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WEI , NESDAI JESE 39, V... 67
The untoward course of events at the
State Capital, particularly during the
last few yeais, has crested a very gener-
al feeling of distrust' as to the Weill ,
gence, and honesty of many members of
the Legislature.' She state has been sit
eulately deipoilcd. No public property
later( that could he converted to private
use. 'Laws have been notoriously pass.
ed, not to promote the 'welfare. of the
Commonwealth; but to stare: e the
greed of memberiof the two II ' s, and
the outside cormorants with V/ m they
were associated. Bills of the, utmost
eqnity, and the most pressing import
ance, have been often defeated, because
members found pecuniary advantage in
opposing thezq We sae aware it Is said
these things cannot be proved. By way
otrejoinder, it is only needful to say,
that hoWever Aliflicult, in the' present
'condition of the laws, It may be to make
legal pritof sufficient to convict the guil
ty, a moral consciousness of the Justice
of Aheae incriminations is felt by every
citizen of the Slate who is at all conver
sant with Legislative proceedings. - This
consciousness isbne of the highest forms
of proof to those who feel it.' No
amount of sophistry, al eclat pleading,
or abuse, neoii against it. The basis of
It Is circumstantial evidence.f A bowl
zod nate ure and al Mart i rnpalp Ole things,
considered seonrately and apart, combine
to force a 'conclusion which .is irresis
tible. . , ..
Of late many plans have been pro
posed for remedying tine evil. Among,
these is this—that special plans be taken
to send better men . to. the assembly;
Not bet some of the most desirable sort
git there every year, but that there is need
of increasing their number, and corm,
pondingly diminishing the other kind.
Citizens who have never taken an active
' part in political management are apt to
think'thts hard to do. In this conjecture
• , they are mistaken. It is always easy .
for the people of any county or district
' to have suitable nice nominated for
brace, provided they set about it in the
right way and with a determination not
to be baffled.
In each county or district, ordinarily,
• comparatively a i t ew individuals are
potential in thcrooatrol and direction of
either, political party. It may safely be
assumed that the denser the population,
the fewer relatively take an essential
share In party arrangement. This hap
pens In obedience to a law that pervades
all civilized communities: When many
thing's arc to be done, they are besi ac
complished by a dlNision of. labor. In
all departments of business this 'princi
ple is recognized Mad respected, because
of its undeniable conveniences. labial.
popUlations this rule is allowed to run
Soul political matters. .3lost men have
their hands and heads full of their pri
vate concerns, and let those who will
take possession of the local political
machinery and run it as they please.
This is one of the main reasons why
this machinery is frequently put to tel.
fish and corrupt uses:
"The bulk of the members of a party in.
any ie.-alit): have two means of redress
within their reach. If either of them
alone is installment, the two appiled.con
secutively will pretty certainly prevail
The 'first of thead means" consists in •
each citizen doing Ida duty'as such, and
• aa a member of theOarty with which he
. elects to act. Ito citizen kas a right to
stay away from the primary meetings or
to go and blindly ratify whatever lead—
, 'era may propose, and they when the re,
suit, proves unsatrsfactory, turn *away •
• and grumble. Each citizen is bound to
.iestst at the start all improver candidates
mind instrumentalities. It is his daty to
demand the nomination of competent
' and honest men for all places of honor
pmt trust. There are such men in every
epmmunity. Einukere, mechanics,traders
and manufs4tarers, have little difficulty
in ffisding men whose intrffilgence is of the
• honest: order, and whose probity is proof
against all tempts lons. Here and there,
'indeed, a rascal turns up, and is forced
to run the country or submit to be caged
in the penitentiary. Bat these are ex
ceptional instances. - There is a vast
amount ? of sterling uprightness in the
wofld. - . Nothing is stronker, after all,
than Man's faith in Joan. If this was
not so, society would disintegrate and
cease to. exist. Commerce everywhere
proclaims that there are plenty of men fit
to be trusted. It Buds suitable agents on
all sides Misanthropes and hypocon
drias ,may prate as they will about
modsi . n degeneracy; but •there are a
' hundred reliable men, at least, for each
• salad. - There honest and capable men
can be had for public as easily as for pri
vate service; ens they will no more goal
or defraud at Ilaniaburg than at home,
. in the shop, in the hank' ~ o n the farm, In
..the factory, or in the stole. •
Meant integrity.andlimse have weight
and lrdlnenee wherever they may be.
- Get them in position' and they- can be
counted On to a. certainty. Scamps
know them by instinct and keep away
• from,them. "Temptations are not laid.in
their way; and even If - temptations
- Amid be Presented, they could be pow.
mesa. How is it that such men ausbe
. found for partners, clerks,.foremen,
perintendents, maiden, and what not,
sad cantina° had to go to Harrisburg?
The, very . staternent shows there is a fal-
laCy Ittrklng in It. Party Jeaders can be
made to nominate gOod men for all pub
lic placeb and there are. enough each
men willing to be nominated' , under
• proper circumstances. Sometimes this
would interfere with the plans and am
bitions of cliques, that wish. 10 consti
tute their Seth cloth corporation's But
( It is. wen , useful occasionally to learn
cliques that the masses constitute a power
T:`tere is =other, initruraentality the.
'members of a party aiwayLbave at com
mind, when other , agencies fall to Induce
, party)eaders to nominate suitable can
didates—and that Is what to commonly
gaited t?olting. This _ls a harsh exile.
then; in voiles analagous to rebellion
in govefrnmenl, and should be resorted
to only in extreme eases, when all other
reeinkof Fedreaa have fella. But it is
a legitimate agency. .A had man can
d isvo no, valid eliding to support. If he
has no !merit ill himself, he cannot be
invested therewith by . a thirty caucus .
An attempt by a caucus to foist such an
one upon the people is an insult and an
outrage, deittringof prompt and deci
Let us illustrate. Certain Republican
members of the list Legislature were
nomlnited 'and elected [ander the ciper
tation that they would sustain a gel:allot"
Frog Railroad Law, They did no inch
thing; but violated either expressed or
Implied pledges. Some of these .men
want to go to the Legitlatore again, and
may perhaps manage to bc re-nominated.
If any of them shall succeed in worming
th'emselves on the ticket, there'll bat one
way for the friends of Freedom in
. road Bundles to take with them,:and
that la; to . vote square against them.
Alt the fleptiblican members who voted
. , against Senator Bionex's bill are not to
' this hoot. Some of them kept . their
pledges, if they wide say, and fairly
„ represented the views of their constits•
eats. ' Our auagealkds do not apply to
there. Neither tio tbe foregoing remaika
4ply to any member of the Allech,ny
delegation. The cue we hare adduced
: illustrates a principle; and for thitt object
only we brought it forward.
—The myiiterlous rids:don of the Dal.
ted States at, lunar Gettysburg to the
Wee Indite, has resulted la s aline!'
Meaty of amity, commerce, &e., with
the Dominican Republic. It Is nothing
ee,,re dr hie then the stereotyped for
pfallry we here gone thrr,gialth
'every Wile, big and little, la ,the ex.v.rt
Or* of A=4llolll pOUrL
1 - Tee Mogi. or Well Merest, NEW ADVERTISE - WS - NTS
Tlai. Nov, York I ..,,,,1 Of 0,,,,,n, , . . • .-- „- . ...—.....--.--
—Nearly all the battle fields around thus trie. to educate an I:l.mi:w.f . : HIGH SCHOOL EXAMINA-
Richmondd are now sewn with grain. ' A stn:: int ire • orryo too lec t •,u1,.. an 3100 -Tro sus - mu-OS In sTr,IiN or
~,,,,,,„,,,,„„ „, ~,,. ~ ~ „,
~ ,„ „,,,,,,,,,, ...pure. i, felt snots... is the cirTeettlion
—There tire one thousand acres a', ! ,_„,., ,„ ice, , ..,.i. ~‘ , I - , ti.. ,, , me... -m ”eee ,,,, r•
strawhorrica on the line of the Illinois • " ' r '' ''" '- " "
tndr'' tr . '. 5t.•.10 t V Yam 1 dog•X A. X
Central Railroad, - stood that rho-, built. di phi aw-t are etie P‘ r"..1" or Ito
Central lb '''' '." Er'''''''''
— Wotermelonocan be bought et Cu- , p10y. , ) .•itteaj ler .e. '• •' . ..:1: of :he th_ ten °°'u st. sotto e ANT. ,n.f . re....ry.
lambus. Georgia, for the refrigerating i man-. 1, o tio readily yet oprt bend theta. - L) A. CAMERON. .
price of .c. 4 each. i :old 'de not thootottsl . .0, mi.ell:moo. XL. .
Buffalo reitient ten,. tire 1........ interested in the ' •
—A severe case of chew . in .„ quesitoo. it' espinotir,g, o. t. will throes. - Attorney-at-Lav,
has been caused by i e deigence m • state A 1,, gqi,j on baud, kept fur it rise or
sausage and sour beer . ' ' future use, and want, to torsos curn.ney 1 N o . 95 Fifth Stieet.
—The Emperor of Russia has ordered 1 upon it to 'oak. il a t .atilableas capitol for ; lela:a ‘
that Italian ors:I title . t
d without -""i". hl.. NEW ICE CREAM SALOON.
re shall reappear ' at St. , present. poyment. i
I to it. lie inn ereYsit the gold wish a .1.
1 peteraburgia Peptember.
hank or other copitidist, awl hiwrow
—The Prince of Wales is going to 1 money on it to about its market vale., P• H. IN'QUIRE.
,„ „„„„ , „„ ~ „,
take hie Princess to the. Date Of Sucher. i at, say foyeiter , lent. per tin nti to interest. ;',':„.„•... run t,_,.,...".., -- , ,,,",,•,,,,',',7, 5 ,T i,r,,i'7.i . ,!'"`i'fiT,
land's seat, in Staffordshire; on a visit. But if he nods gnu it hieytoirreticy to r t neoat, slots ' W
5'1•055. Fostie CARKs.
pare and'wonts the money to use, he FRU,. • 01F t.O ili Cs nit% Re.
—William Cullen Bryant and the ' maker an even trans:ethal. , That is, A, e •e'ricla • inti sir Irmo'', fenoil•t oitie'i•ii at
' BOIL Henry J. Dawes, Member of Con- I /ends It h s money for Ito iwiIDVDD,D in • "ST ' -• "" I 'r '''
' great, were born in the Same holm, ln ' paper money at the market rate of the . CITY of Ar Lgraißligy.
Cummington, Mau.day, on the prontiso of It to return the Tae.,-rue. '. ols ice Jeer 10. u . T. i
—Lord ' Brougham, who has been re- I gDIII for the paper tondo upon detnand, N OTICE' IS ; HI REIFF GIFF.N
ported dying several times, has arrived ' ar'iiii•T P ".l3' " I . `"Y "..1. - . interest. This s. it iitt . : ttgfi r t5f.i 0 .: , 7,.;),..4 ' ::,, !. .1 • ::, 1 4,i
in London from
c . a. H. czen l.tiClittlge is called • • not. • ' It makes o„ coo, os ~ tia pond: stn.'. nee Joie let,
" .ditleronre whether the owner or tint 'A, at. he paid o 1 mid naT loss the Suds
is in excellent health. ' A It k fPI e s ' h 'lt I
pale's or the gold has a right to cull for a ' 1 - 4 • ‘ ';jet • ,,,, ` . k.: ' u i`' " ,71 -- .iatiettiA,' °
—lt is announced that the City Coon- I settlement, jr each party has the use of . isistsit L'
Clay I ri ware,
cil and the Gas Company of Elmira have ~ the tailor's money Until the call is aisle, -
had w falling out. The Council have i t he rule in street Psflunfe isffof. 1 IN -HITE, OBR h. CO.,
abandoned gas for kerosene oil. i It - there is more Wild offering iltan pa- i
per, the owner of the gold may have to .
—A Washington paper says the Ron. I pay partial
co tor the use of the
John Morrhteey won forty thousand , currency, o'rej mie le emb.d a one ..,,,,.
dollars on the late fi ght between I carrying"—that is, A borrows the cur
/Laren and Collyer. We don't believe it. renry of B, giving the latter the use or OFFER FOR SALE AT REDUCED PRICES
his gold, and agreeing to pay him, Is
-The following curious adiertisement
irides, sop two, three, or four per cent.
apgiears in a newspaper in Paris: ~r annum a__um i .
nterest When the tronsiwtion t
Agency general for ItTernational mar- '
is clotted. or cost... the DUO for Carry
lieges. Happiness gUaranteed for a
the highe s t,
I S UMMER DRESS GOODS.
year. " than full rata's for it cull loan, las i :luso
—ln the large cities of the British the owner of the gold can al w"IS b orr ow j,te,
North American, Provinces extensive upon UM that anyo lien , to the street.
Rohl I . , WILLIAMSON'S
It sometiums httpitons roar preparations are being made to celebrate
scarce and wanted. Thee the borrower • VT
the birth of thc "Dominion of Canada "
Jul Ist. rowin pays for I. use,and this i 4 rattled a. "bor.' DINING ROOMS,
on y g" rule, :mdistinguished from the
—Sojourner Truth was in Rochester •• carrying" rate. The , is always reckon. ' JP • o. 36 Jr/sr/tee St.,
last week, with a Brined of farm laborers ed by the day. A few weeks ego we ; .
from Virginia. She soon found situa. , i
were gum ngsrom 1.32 to I-lii as the Our- 1 I lietwuto Surtind mid Third Streets, i
rate. This 11101111.1 that 9 le. A
tions fur all of them , and received op- iii7ii‘i,vointi6 cu rrent } '
i iiii , iiii I PlTTailkitintill, PA.
plications Mr many more, • ' ' . .I . • •' . TIIP Sintise 18 newts futulilied with eventide,
traction a one per vent. a mit for Its , ~,,,, ~,,,,,,,,,,,,, ~,,,,,„„ ~,,,,, ~ Tt,,,
—Albert Pike has performed one great use. The Ott/ is too
l ovn balanee between .. n,. ~., r et,thing tne nark , . attirils win be
achievement. In a resent editorial he a tate to were', too a rate to carry, If •ur •edopat IN oust of the do or mph,.
• 0 1,0 house, ticond floor.
produced a single sentence of two hum- there is a Lorriart tog mile the owner of the , r r,... "1.
tired and ten words without any other 1 gold rectives no worts Der day ret its use, ; - .1. H. WILLIAMSON, Proprietor.
1 out to. the currency townies. If th ere. I -
stop than a few commas. . l/r - The hlehett rosrkrt mkt veld for alt kinds
I a rarrvittg rate, the owner or tho en rren
-Mr. Mayne, the owner of Demi% 1 ey rot Myer so much per seam for Si,, t '''
who Wen such enormous BUMS on the I tote of his paper money, and has the use 1 TO GLASS IIiftEPALTUREGS.
Derby Mee, has subscribed 5.12,000 of or Clo weld lowlides. If the rate is fiat,
Loa winnings to the fund Mr the restore. , each has tin use of the°niers. " ii
"•. e * ' THE UNDEIisIONED haying
t.on.of Lincoln Cathedral. i rind neither pays tmything. We Intuit i . .oeurwil tee sole Warner for the sew of Um
—Edmund About, rho well-. 1„, own I this is Intelligilile to the iihnplest Under- eel..rated
standiugs We quota dally the °potting I , , COPLY POT CLAY.
author, says: " There arc tv thipgs in highest, lowest and closing rotes, mid -
this world which a man - does not otter tbote terms e pt e t„ dii,de.oh„.a. The , t i :.i. i loz i i•=.7t i t o t: rur11 , 1:11 h 11.2 . 1 . 7 ., ,,AV1Y
find away from home: the first ia good toxin •• trighest Wit" means that ite high- . Duna. Moen jean: . u ' of thls obir"Wedit” ....ri
soup . the second disinterested love. " est price for Me nue of gold during the . =,!,! , 1;1!,t2r,.,:;11 . 11:4 7,4hu,nr etsei , te
—queen Victoria is about to devote day vett. nn even exchange with cur- !wo Laving secured . ..... (6 IlllTOrt m ar t en
s2,fitAl,lloo to the foundation of a conva- I
rest f 3"." •
tor taco tad , an d s.. rne lasting se lons as
_...... e _______ _ • te4t stol n.. months, We el I tun.. rt.att..
looeeot hospital. The money used is the -
municipal Enterprise in Cincinnati. , (~r the propurldoraor the mixture c r mt. clay to
• aorta. pnorphaotti.• Tao Clay Is papaw] sod
accumulation of her p vy purse allow- .
The Cincinnati Commercial accuses 1 i°"•°i ' -" " . " :". i" roe __ doisr. u•
once during ' the year of. her widow- I Miss HIRAM & SON.
the present government of that city of '
hood. Fort FM ulnas Works,
profligate cmienditnre Of the public mon- i , ~
- • - •i ts Paris l ' i •- ' "
—About the Paris Exhibition, the
latest report is that It is a failure pecuni
arily. A daily attendance of forty thou
is necessary to pay the running ex
penses, and it has thus' far fallen short
of that. I
—The Winona (Minn) Democrat says
that recently three gentlemen of that
place returned from a tishing excursion
In Wisconsin, with tlie hundred and ten
average size trout—having been engaged
mashing less Man a day.
order to keep a thee fresh during
a late ball at Paris the. Prince of Wales
carried a phial of water under his vest,
in which the stem of the rose was in
serted: A new sensation for the Prince
of Wales to carry water in a bottle.
—The indulgent papa of a NC* York
belle, presented her, on her last birth.
day, with one valuable horse.. and coupe, j
one pair of diamond ear - ridge, one In-'
dia shawl, four boxes of Jouvin's best,
and three different colored silk dresses. • I
—A London letter writer says that
when the - body of Axtemus Ward was I
shipped, "the coffin was inclosed in a I
case and shipped as a statue, to tumor
the superstitions horror of English sail-
ors, of sailing its Is vessel Which carries I
a corpse." . I
--Since ISA -England lets expended
no less than $5,000,000 for special "Com
missions of inquiry." Among thole
now existing are the Children's Employ
'meat, Schools, Scottish Educatron, Mar
riage Laws, Trades' Unions and Pollu
tion of Rivers. .
—A female, dressed as a bloomer, - ex.
cited a sensation in the streets of Troy on
Thursgay evening, and was followed by
a crowd of ill-mannered boys, who went
screaming through the streets after her.
Sae was obliged to take reluge in the. Po-
—The last sensation is contained in
the Oswego Palladium which says that
a serpent forty feet lung has been discov
ered in Lake Ontario.- A party of ex.
curstuf hos sailing-on the Lake, the other
evenlig, are reported to have been scared
nearl out of their wits.
• —I has just been discovered that the
20-inch gnus will bear much more pow
der than was supposed. The New York
Times says one Was recently fired lour
times at Fort Ratrulton, and the charges
used were respectively 135, 150, 175 and
200 . pounds of powder.
• —Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, and
Illinois—the States which term the great
Ridlcid belt of our Country—hare all
emerged from the crisis of war with di
minished debts. The majority of the
Mates Wore increased their liabilities
from thous4-ds to millions minor 1060.
—One of the beat oes to which the
Atlantic cable to put Is the heading off
of rogues. Heretofore European and
American villains of every kind rushed
on board the steamers and. were sate.
Now thelightnlng stops this little game,
and they are captured the moment they
set foot nn land.
—One of the - most disgraceful exhibi-
done of religious fanatic..ism is the perse
elation tit the Jews in the new State or ,
Roumania, instigated by a Ministry I
whose Members heretofore lidd claim to 1
the name of Liberals. The gOvernments
of France and England acted nobly In
promptly and energetically - Interfering '
in behalf of the persecuted Jews.
—The Great Eastern has a wild sort of
a legend comiectet with it, to the effect
that between the outer and Inner frames
or cases, a smith end Ids riveter perished
while at work, and their bodies have
never been found. It is said by the sail
ors and shipwright that the spectres of
theie two victims haunt the dark space
between the outer and inner cases of the
—The Board of Health of New York
have organized a disinfecting corps, with
a view of an Immediate and thorough
purification of Wealthy tenement houses
In all parts of the city.. Tile awful
ravages of the cholera in South America
bare given rise to apprehensions that it
may visit New York before the summer
is over, and the Board •15 detertiuned to
place the city . in a condition to be pre.
pared for thewent.
—Among the passengers for Europe
on Saturday were the lion. George Ban
croft AIM wife, A. T. Stewart and wife,
Blerstadt and wife, Mr. Simonton,
Agent of the Associated Press, John:
Austin Steyens, jr., Judge Henry Ili Iton,
IL E. D. Sarruiento, Ilinister from the
Argentine Repribllc, Mira. Simeon Dra
per and family, G.. K. GIUTISOD and
family, Miss Maggie -Mitchell , and
mother, and Mu, Carl '*.ituir: and
-There was amok execution in Wy
andotte last. Wednesday night, at mid
night. Two nogro men named Web
askr and Van Buren, =need of murder
ing McMarrow, were taken out by a par
ty of about one hundred men, and an
end put to all their earthly troubles.
The unfortunate Wows plead tor mercy,
but they begged in vain. A rope was
put around Webster's neck, but It broke,
and be wu diapatehed with the revolver.
Van Buren attempted .to run, and was
shot, two balls taking fatal effect.
-One of tLe interesting knildings In
the great gardens of the Exposition con.
tains • collection of models illustrative
of the aeries of works on the much-talked
or Suez (final with Stuffed specimens of
various creeping, crawling and dying
things now existing in the vicinity, fop
ails and curious exhumations of all sorts.
It is now lincen years since the French
began to seriously agitate this project,
although they. hays been at 'work not
q ua," eight, with a eapitsi of 340,000,000.
It is at present about one-third finfihed• , ,
and one-half thalength is excavared;and l'bTE w ARSEII.IIBEDIEBTB,
that only a little worn than a third of its ;
W'B/171 , 821.21, Jr ado Aver ur
tuture width, while the depth, which Ss ' Ilse, a s 7 2, 14 8 " ' i n .. .W.. 1 . 4 4 : ". ° °
to be twenty-six feet, ribw liVerarros only i new". A smote
tor Me 0 4367T.C. mad
seven; but all the preliminary works of j V...,t0tpr.,, =.l h* " 9ll " g "I tiogrd Lames
survey', plane, estimates, itc., are of '. -in! 7-_. ______
course complete. .
( ROBINSON BROTHERS,
-In 14 liquorealoon in the Nineteenth I
ward, New York, on Thursday evening, , 31Eltsaalit.ex.a4,
six largo tom rate were SeCnred, and a. 110.7 a FOURTH ISTAXlBT,Pletabarah.
number of invited if'sportamen". wait
bled st the saloon to witness anhhcoun 1=."::41: , Vall1114":: gaV`Z
ter. The first two cats were tied firmly ad. or
together by the caudal Ott:emotes, and 1 VT 10-g_ Vitsgersibista-irusga ,
•en thrown over a sMut line tied to two ""- a ---....' .-..- ..."-• ...... '' ... - 7.-- " .
upright posts in the yard in We rear of Alt_areemnvil u t'sbiirim„irvvii 5 °10.0a Smola
the balooo , sod immediately a fierce con. i g i ,". -- ;,,, ir t grk.„,r,, - a,a ., irg.tt. k. i,.. won " .
teat was commenced, In which the quad- , W ATXD .-° . °,°. °l° ... 14, . °Vat
rapeda aendthed and hit at each othdr l'Llirwlrsiglir it i t i sn:::ll ° ."''
shockingly, meanwhile uttering the moat
' &Peeling cristawhich mingled hideously
with the Jeers and oaths of the bystand
en. Aiwa contest of ten minutes' du
ration, one of the felines died, while the
other hong motionless by its aide. They
were then _taken from the cord and
thrown into a, *hilt- Four other cam
were then euaichel to the line,.-and the
, coops araa reenacted to the evident de.
• tiv..t - , ,t the observing, who oared small
I betS Oh their favorite aus.
ey. The bonded 'debt of the city has' "" 4 W"hinn .- "'" ' rn"°"_
reached thasum of $0,2:9,000, find the 1 pITTSBURGII; LEAD PIPE
city tax this year is more than two per ' ''' c AiN u
cent. Adding the county and State tax- ; ;
es, the people o( Cincinnati pay more ; SHEET vgAn WORKS,
than three per cent., and the valuation ,
of property is constantly rising. Behind i mass to oroer and keep on baud t it .tee.,
this loom up the national taxes. lenotbs and toleknets. of
Complaint Is made that the City Coon.'
i Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead,
ell takes no account of these serious
facts. The Gilbert avenue project, AT LOWSSS Al/LUKE - 1' II a:l'74,
which it has adopted, involves an ez- I
pence of $200,000. McLean avenue will
cost at 19ast as much more. The line of PLEk !lel MATEPIAL,
5 , e latter, says the Commercial, is "not I ➢
B alke; I ftiV4l3 ° . 'C'Ea' '
unfrequently covered by the Ohio River. i nT.F.AbI PU. Pd.
PLAIN AND OALVANIZen
When the water is up 'we may passalong ' Iltati Pita, de.. de.. at.
that avenue in gondolas, and we antici. I BAILEY,
pate a proposition to send a committee t I FARRELL & CO.,
of the City eminent° Venice to taste a ' .
study of municipal water craft." ter estituritu) STRT.F.T. ritesearsa.
Mr. Englestoa's "boulevard" will , P•lSOnetedo
probably cost $ 1 , 000 , 000 . The now so= w- ' ,i, - V A LIT A 111. E BUILIDING
erage system, work house, and comnier. - LI c. 0., kr Vali, KU oral'. V. me.
crab hospital, will cost about $500,000 .se , b , ,7 .....!h , x.,., r ror,Wapte a ca-.
each. The new gag works may cost . f...rs ' , tt5 7 ,...• : ,., ', 1. " c4. - , l : L i - Lti:lt ` ..g.l i i•• " : .
1 anywhere from 111,000,000 10 t 3,000,000 41;rnrfa'et r f, , tinve woe i r obe a' - ffeefian d
IThe renovation of the "Garden of 'Eiden," ' •trtTet...l,7oOl broo , a•VeTo . re ' a ' .. "l :4[ll ° :b7o ' , ' . ' .
the Conynerrial thinks, may be safely. r.Z . "11.:* . :•.-1'•::,t rg , r . , sod a;esmeatal ...I
debited with . atl additional owls . , of '. p.e.tantly ...este !trolera ' %ll: . ollVj ' firt”:l7l
152,000,000. What the projected water. , ';‘, , , ;,t, vg'se; ,. l • l , :.l , r, j:areis Llse e , nt N ten.
I works would cost it is impossible to con• eto.ss -A. 1,.. .11,, ~ o ff ' .. tero ‘ ::oft,':, r ,'Tri
bo .1...31.....t, Ina .foren 1 1ot - excelsior
jeelllfko.: • ir .r. oo Ikt of Ltad. , ., tote. • Oeteolo. and
t of sten Ire wort., the.llll..ooeau rover moo
—Olt last Sunday, as some children too , c , osllfal• our s.w. ,, s.eurronzollnoe 00.
Pr ;....1 f.‘.. - t vs.. b e se,,, too n is deelnob'o an
• az lull
were playing In the stable 01 Mr. Albert
O. Johnson, at Palmyra, Missouri, his r i Tt. , * ,,,, r. , o , ha , r.....t .. t. eon offered,
I little graeidaon, about four years old, was L:= ' :.1 . 4. ` ;..17d:Vri;,771, 1 .7,,, 1 Vi11gi ::t
shot and instantly killed. An orphan , 50,r0,t0 r, t11,..T....1- , .
' boy, aged about thirteen years, whom eheot Deporat ;Orelfft . i a.V. I . 1 1%.V.1ip; AU.-
I Mr. 'Johnson wail raising, had by Kane th.i..": . :, , or ~r.r.r._,ao,, nitre
means got possession of a revolver, and three ease anon. osy;uonte. ' jet s o t rg n e7a ' sra
threatened to shoot the little fellow It he .' e l ` 55 e s re'''....0 . ,.. 1 1it11
A or .. s.
[ entered the stable, being at the time A. etLWAINI. Anctlonot7. ' * 115 1:4
„.7mounted on the back of a stallion47ol3 - 7 --- --_-- - -
I the cblld entering the stable the pistol
was fired, the ball penetrating eusleeiy
through his beat. The boy ran away,
' but wee taken wale three miles ail, with
I the pistol still in his ludid. Ile is how
l lodged in our cormty jaiL
P CUE LIQUOnS.
Pore Liquors, Pura Liquor.,
Pore Liquors. Pore Liquor..
Pura Liquor, P., Liquors.
/or medicinal rummer..
For medicinal k mpom,
' Fonmedirliial purpose..
Cognac Brady, Pon Wine.
Cognac Brandy, Whm,
nberrt Wins. IWad•lra
:inert} Wine, Madeira Wine.
C 0../ ba W Ws, Pure iloilandKilu,
earamba Wina. Pur. Irallann eta,
Pin Jo:calm 1111.21.
Piro Jamaica nun.
Pare Rye %Wake
Pere etie wm.%y
Pure Eve Plat 7,
Pftre Rye a n.ky
Cores of tbi Mot/toad sod kt•rikeL iereet.
ear...of theilllocao d soft a. so !et .tree [.
GOAT HAIR, BA L HYENA. DAINH
iU F. ANY .4nEADE Dr THE ACALC..tbi
DIECOVERY CAN ../HPLIDLWITH •Ltra DON
110111 COIADI It7HtT(tLit AND DNISSIN. .••
l•Loodon Our Ban Hair Color Honor no ,
"London Harr Color rtasterer•
“LonlOn rhytitlaii Hair Color tl...storor •
cLondon Hair Color Restorer ,
"London . trre and lantr.,.tor
'Hannon • H alr Color Enterer •
"London inoommarol IL HAD Color ROStOter ,
Itstevor falls to Import no.ol, aod noor
to Um woo...tan', futenand stop. flat ll.na,
And son to prOolace •Kew growl.tiL of halt
unto, It to grow MEI and atrun4. tally Yt
onto • bOttha.4 , l the bet dos..
Sold by IarCLAKHA DI -HoIEZNNAN, PE
Market Amt., GED. A..KELLY 37 Waal st.,
- and JUCt. PUGH' NH. P 4 Marlon mon, I Du
ncan. ILA o • • DILUITT, Anna , nY.
AN . OLD FRIEND,
. lot moor yenis the Frets of the country hae
chronicled the beneficial enecte of LIOnTET
TKIP8IITIlll1C11.1112T;lid• Editor, t J.3.2
phyttetene, mtratahte, °Beers er the army . AORAHANI LINCOI6IIII
tavy, armisu conowors, faffutsten of the • •
/101190; 41011. • great Mod ef witness. of ,
eve. profmlon. trade •ad .111., ha. WU.
11.1.010 es • lon. 00.1 rilcalatleg nep•
len.. no aunts nod rtttitioents nt Mei. wit. REA L wit OF ABRAHAM:I.IIIOOLN."
0r.... have been pabilahed lo thapablle prlata. Illnetratad nttli a vplandbl for which
, mgr. Mucous sat, at alr. la/ at° • •• oral requvt.
Ilan, or theta are :ell known tO •hole Puns .1..
Ile. Tart, testlnioav toot never been C1113 . .0 tt rZ41::•4'1'.1140":g
or Imong.d. This AtT
OLD ./lIIIL/113 Moois,rea ontain i cops, Pepe by by
I ptice.lheititre to Vir.A.SIS
tme been tried and pronounced. on lbw authority Su Mole }knee • k . • • •r • sei2.s
of the. Whole Ile,. and health it hae preservsd,
spore. hartnime nod.. ietly saint., Prone. ! The Highest Market Price
ration. Atoonote bore been envie to oval
dhey base failed. 'here Is nolbien equal to the PAID. fU 3
enjoyment experttheed ley the •Stetted net%
Minn telt tolueblenpecide. It. nand tone. Its
are sad vidernus sena& epee a dlsordered
.Winsch. and the eleaeolog of Ow etttlre ham.
recotomcid I% the whole commmity , g OLD, SILVER
• BELIABLIL RIIIESU. ,
A tree welch I. abundant to Canada, Nava
aeon., and the man uorthern parte of the New
Zealand /flat., and le also fothd In the elevated
and esountalneell neon. of the Middle dial..,
sod abound* In medieloal virtue.; Ur. *well,
of flektan, baa - nrepare , a eledleln&Yrom the
tweet Ithlile bath of the pine tree. *allot PO.
LAND.% iikrti tit ru.r. COMPOUND. ...itch
or attire vela. in all debilitated stake of the
kidney.. II sew liken charm tit all elesascauf
theirlllentbraece ceabllng them to ...win
their ost Hamann energy. it will ho found +ell
adapted to all Ito. disease. where Heck.
noes tried and failed. It is likeirthe Well soiled
to ebronle eott.•
and en inieltthle epode. fur
old and Mild dui.. oath. of townie. Meet per
sona who at ant naly took • bottle a( tam moil.
C 1,.. to try..afterwarda rana back awl got a
decker,. or hell Skeen: whim casco., Mlles t
earth of 01.ethes of th e bladder and kidney of
7 124eVel d , illiteate that has been looked anon
Lenn= theloeurablee. I. Immediately relieved
Of I. Noll.. the eerlidcate Of A.a Ithounue,
pa 'liked twee Ulna •ro.
The Manse Mew LOtherthatory, eloatlna of
tth, one, any. i.lt is Dreserlted la leueorrlion.
rbole sad otberdl.thesof the urinary puthgea;
on Ihha 7=l; 17;C:iVnT '
and la earth. forme rbetnatlem." it 1. ex
In all greeelly effectlon..
it sad one/. there is red and white
e aVo ' Ci:ties: r r aigla c' n!
"'"'" . o'llo f . ;74.1144"!L0f"d
-r•17,74'ParA,i04,-,...ii'iTit tif t ut.
COI DN V.
tha aneid street. apth
INDIA avaasat • • DELTIND.
Packing. Oaakatn; llsabata
Maas. Nap.. (round sad naaarrn) Tablas. be,
• f•u aorraiastly on low, at itte !arrant
T Itt , Aft Pp r • HEAT lILLE OIL
roma. aLa Let. UWE •tre.c.
If 4. A H. PHi,LIPS.
r vs. QUALITY.
"cf, Iiimiso•••• =wt.? sl•le•P•ans•. Th•
bon Is•viall. Time v. b• • Vir=
IT 104 kap 4001111!alle
25 Fifth Street,
Also. keep on hand
A LUIGI STOCI Of 161 BIM BRAID Of
O,I7AILTiRS AND TENS,
WHICH 111 OMR AT mAirriemaytticts,
B. & M.. JEMiLNON,
Excelsior Tobacco Works,
No. 6 FEDERAL STREET,
101` Wood Sired,
Invite ehe attention of buyers to the!. large and
octt aeig.et,d •lock of
ilLnera - DINUIS, SCUM!. UN/K..
OILICD 'WINDOW lII:HAUL%
Complete Sunday School Llbrarlep,
FRANZ. MOORZ. d eedtrne
of Ma ••liabelllan
Rez.ord,"• [LA. Issue
• ILdilloa.' of lac az ezeellaut ••reoplaya
COUPONS AID COIPOCID BMUS? NOM,
J. F. STARK & CO., Bankers,
Cor. WOOD ♦ND TISIIID STILE DIN
i , elqiXl , 4l)ll/ bTOCK?.?
Fine aeld and Silver . Watches;
FINE COLD JEWELRY,
:• 11 . ‘1 : 13 T:ra l uVtli e tur T AVIM;jr: re bu t ug
Water remitting promptly attended to. at
• W. WILMA'S.
NO. 54 /1.111,TH - PTRLIT.
Two doors obboa Marlon Unmet. oka•lt •WO
M'MIASTER,OAIZAM & BUTTERFIELD,
Attorneys & Counselors-at-Law,
AND SOLIOITURS IN BANKRUPTCY
011 es. k Glum? arnsirr,
Urro.tn vs. 0.11T11i....
1400 -FEET OF 110-INCII HOSE.
CITY OP Ata.salloalY, 'Jvh HET,
REALECT o in, isid.ti win no e m ir. st Into
!Ince ohttl OAT. ItIIAY LA lost, t 4 teoluch
o, K. toe rowan,' 141/I! root ot ‘lllO-INCII
,LE bin Alt flodE, *AI tint nt the llattle• to he
lot oboe, With the T mhstne, Improvement, and
all to be tenant to he mist/ sloe. sod In the'
'7l::t.;alle c ierl'‘Ta"::M:cf:f4ti All bids.
JeCcil • IMANt/1", Amy 1,311k0i
A CLEAR, SMOOTH SKIN and
LAITII. COMMLIIIIN followe the
DI DPI. Dna t,l oroalounf ',tootle. • snlf . mor.
410. ZDADDISI— DA.11•1. rIt•DICIMT.
1 ) &S. FHANCIEN,
A V ND BUILDERS.
Contracts taken tor biers yroutla,
2'"'"°Attnic ro ' s ' v: ' l , 4 ""°, ll,logr 'az
411pu.n. " sa
11u.164 nod RA Behiuu B. Allegheny City, h
TZEOZRAL IT.. AiLIIGHENIG
• tr•Atilidoor alleva Dittata.4.l,
Glee& Odes *are ,a Table finery
At le • ATICAN PMIOR Itverythla• I.l* , tit!
i• •am els. tune. tuna. esti and gum...
OAr g 094. • AA to
WEDNESDAY, JIM 19, 1567
P ECE 7 T 511tICELLANEOES
I . I:I3LII,ATIONS, f..r tri
33-41. - Ir Off C 0 12P8 :STY.
or. Wood st, Lafayette Building.
Etzbtl, ant i 4 ('Lott.
Wont, Pt..... at. 7,.
fl a 3 1 .4 1 , 1 .1., —A to T' , , alop•
, coVard and A bl ece. ai.so.
TINI,—T and Dn ,, lng
IVitisKa—Tl - eCamo,ou le.
CAOY—Tbe 131/14,,, Son. A Sovel.
Prim. 01.71. •
t•Attb:l4A. —Tbt. Jesuits In North Amtrlca
th a , tl2ll . );:l h el ' fi'W;-14,71 . :„T0p10Ae
A ten aso beantlful 00104,, p.10,041t7,• nand
P VZ.P . MlitiLtUE—Netalinars NTISes. A Novel.
Pelee. at to,-
THIC.P.CII,II. C. -Stnalea In ate GoKpels. at.
P ~OEngtand Is. ec , nere. art• and
111.1 5111 K he tt nr ,j,-i. 41.4.
Ilsnagemrmi of twei. A ~O, ra
ttan. Pelee, .
GNA 01.0n—The 0111
1.1n41 of Tlvir, -$ 2 -
1 YTT:I.fs • U ' LIV Ell— • ' Family
I,lt roN—ram, -dtt n• n Ati, S erle N.
ant of Ilerent
%INT.". —The 10,1,0 Decl•lve Baal., of
th r.117;jr1A1 1 1:1:11—A - , onrn , -; to A, , Ladeo Land.
lACKLAND—Home-ron: or. Fire and . ] wen
t; Yeats Ago. $1.75.
The ..naginaPol country. Ey Ebbta.Tome•.
Prßb stt Wl-tce.oollort Grange. A ~.I',ry•
' 01 m1 , ••. of the tom, Life of or
retie at '
IluN ELL, ,—'4' The l.lter.r. t eltrttan Lae.
blvd l'°" 1 1 .! .' 1,• ` „ "". 7; 0
z -'h Inierzo.
TToll:t!Tt, ` ,
New -• menes• by William meparot h [axon.
f•t , en 4175. lOO
NEW PRY GOODS STORE!
Monday, June 17th,
WITH A LARGE STOCK OF
NEW DRY GOODS;
Cassimeres and Cloths,
WILL RE HOLD
Wholesale aad Retail,
AT LOWEST CASH PRICES I
S. C. HESS,
No. 100 Ohio Street,
SUAMER STOCK OF
Ca—aClsil I * G.
latge sad mmotev saaortment 01 FOLIEIUN
Cassimere, Flannrl & Linen Suits,
Prom the test Eastern honor.. Al: the vow opl
TOWll sTt.y ALIa
ge•a.t e a r ly t•rt a 4 ..1 PHICE3
No. 47 St. Clair St.
GRAY A; LOGAN.
A IFVONDEMEICL DISCOVERY
BENV.FIM ONI: PDX OF THE
TOBACCO TASTE DESTROYED
It *1:1 iTtetrop the appetite for Pmoalcit Or
'CliewitiTionereo loatantiv.aao nonne will aver
whale to ate it aikido. It • Igo eradicates the bad,
tercet. of Itaineal, fire.. hoc... • strong apps•
lite, strengthen. the stomach. calms tat terve,
Clara it, ailed and linproiac the roomery. the
cat awhile," f•4our one. man ferl
ILLe Tit, anatbar porton. T, ed•r it t
-ons. The proprietor Lao titre offered SAS for
the recalpt. Seven Mic4red tames sold In one
vitas. Pont CC mail. Frlea 111Piat We-
LOOK AT THIS!
vicD4y scnom. SUPERIN.
TEN PENTS, I.7 ,, MMITTtEi and
It ,\ ?in nod a lain and well•eiveiretaasort
Imbra , log the lotoot publlcettdca af sCgtrading
mxictles ad doom at
DAVIS, CLARE & CO.'S,
OS Wood Street.
N. lI.—NZW COTLLOGUII3, CODUIDIuj
1.2.11 bud orlon of th,ossatts of good Boom
seat so say .14,50 aa spy.lestioa.
. Liberal Illsoothao from ocialL priori whoortar
proct , eoblo. A 101 l noply of all Boadoy oroool
no. 12 nub street,
The moat yertety, the Wen novel-
At./. the Wetpt tnetweetents wen et New ligee.
Perfect Filling French Yoke iirts,
PUTNAM ‘& HOUSE,
CV:i "Ir AILL,OIIENr.
Turdanrsz's tirm. Jane
Nolte. •i/ hereby Alien that the Arms°. hare
new use re.l In the Yel.atureef Ltelre the Dooll
*awe of (;Ity, Poor, City Modern, noneol.behbot
nottelloreatol iinuaty Tfit•and of Water ett t a
foitha year WM, at ll tha. sold Tates 1011 now
be received to purf•attre of she Acts of Anent
hit of Yet. u. Mb. lbae. ano of April
sublert to the fallowing reybtallous and
allnwstooras " •
/71,:. pee aut. . I/IWO on or before the !Intl
' Voe r r P i e 4 . l • 7 4ei., 11 pelf on or before the ern
,;,v7:11.. If pale .doe or before the Meet I
•IT ;:171 1 11VgJe7 host clay itf ,e
Au eel op
Or before the Ord 1•1 of October, Au deduoneo
0111 he mob,
Irrodo Loaf ibe tint day of Oetober. and cni'
or before toe dot day Of November..
of Ihtlprr e.ot..our bolo/OW to sod peyablo
9tl the ome.
After .1i• nret of liovember warrants will be
Issa.l raturce the solo-eta. ot all tsars re
stslaing unpaid. 10611tth r with the ner centime
sheruhl thereon... , the t.
. /atm D. alactlictillitti, Clt7 Treate Per.
JAMES •111 - TOUSGSON,
1it0.200 Wylie Sired,
Kropeelolly Interco& all Moho are le trout
nrancrthlacc In hlo Doe Mat ho his 01.0.1 •
first clot." •
BAKERY- AND CONFECTIONERY,
At the ecerce 000000.2 . re/1h 011E4D • CA KIM
*4 OV.: 1n,"1, 1 47,1'.11'1 , °;ei1ke. 1 :4 0 1:(14.T%-
2:111:P:1 , :17. 1 ri r:lll2,nt:,;:g°."„igiaj
Olin olle OHL 40, 0400. 404 ?AIM'.
41711,1 , BE clt II READ monttnA And et-ening.
onlo Ayr Aiwa
tirESILLP. whero m.y .. round • relent
FRESH DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
hermit. awl Fart!. PERTIMEN, TOILAT
A la Ti ll iru C e
S n or O . v er P r n,huigsno th e
rHuea or p •i urns
ecompound...rat all.nours,./ my or night, easefully,
meanly, qulell7 ,
Corner liblo JorenuAnd Lincoln Street.,
TO uIHAERS OF DORMER.
DR. WIGHT brat to Inform Mends *ad
tht .thst he has taunted hit telex and
".b1.."...,••H•H LIDA yard to ht. CHAR! Ha
B . l47 t W algtr D arn:A " ba, d s o lidettre
taten In end •ktllrafty treated, st• otodttal4
tang* Burt.. co toy Intone. ditto.. sot
Ata.ylT. att by at. we .
toluelted battelanry Conte.. In Lme will
tun all bout. WIOd Or baddio OW It. Here out
r lt : :trln so tl ;gr. rt,,!°21.7....
TH.IRD oTitHISH, opposite Ht. Chaska Hour!'
FL IEI AGE CO NT La.
• 'Hari maned to •
No. 31 Market St,
maxis or llLCOSlD,femismmuli.
h. an yrep.od s?sseae:nr•
Meares is thet a Use lewdly kept IP
&N ORDINANCE to authorize
Al" , I
S• f a ir
th.e. I liat ttir • ••niu
dirrel...l to 1011.. rcite
ir r at i l i t ' E n y . :a 9 lierfgm " ttVc ''
tn. lane, In tbr Y.rtnot ward: and a t r,
thtllne , .Ctht\Ce-t. l'
to contract thrrrOrl . wlyt . to:• pr.... a
t r IC•T ' 4,VF ' O 't frat
rout and ea pc.. of the told 1111l.ro.
there be. and 1. herchl levied. eiyclat
he equally ascr•ecit U the o.reeni WI a
ing and abutting up o n the .old
argil, In proportion to the reel from
r•apective.y coutpritC.l. and hounding a.
a. That .! toot, ae thr Nod lure pent.,
ot ealat Impedvetnent• shill be font ajoo• talortt,
It shtli . the duty of the 'Meet Coin... otter to
apportion the same am ne nos
•ereral lots bounding awl ahuttnt nicin told
alleva respect', cly, according to I. rule
Indlcate.l. and thereupon proeord to
a, demand arci mileci the tame, accotding
prortitunt of the Act of thclituural of
the Commonwealt i h of Prun ee aylt onto. in Cu a tliled
;ite n n A te " .•
and attry;of theCifr ti Ai r tegliene. awl for other
purpuses.'• t o f day of larch'.
haC. 4. That I.ft of •y or.tinance maY
with. or be atipplied .the
be and the tame it licrehr repealed.
Ur dained and enacted Into • law thin the my ,
day of June, Anna idomlni. VAC •
Proildent ol Select Council.
em lettliC Y. D. eirDDT.E.
• • Pretident of Common Council.'
Atte": ItollauT IttLwOtalt.
Clerk of Common Connell. Init
A N ORDINANCE , to authorize'
the llMtrad log and Ito-Pavilg of chonnot •
c22on 1. Be O . ordained and the
&lent n ot Corwin Counrilwvf the (My if Alk
yheiy.miltr herthy aim. wit [nada( ea,
authority of fie ion, That the tt •tnedttee on
oe and they sr. e.rwbr kuthor.”'d ano
ditected tp invite and rendre proipoiSle for the
In-nradloht and tte,pa , l• F 0h... , Strati.
rrom one al ey to locher'. un. In too 111 d
.rd, tool to chtnteset therefor veal,. lowest
and be t thd ler or bid p a s, at tto it dis cr etion.
N.G. That 'or the purpose or defraylutt the
r it end entrenne. of the tab). le.nrotreatenta.
there fie.... le hereby , . led, • stieclal
he equal), toteeseed .on toe teverai 'Ott boom!.
Ind cue- .1, ttlua upon toe tail !nape,
ttytlty. prop, ,lot to the feet front In tt.ein
teetteetlveoy comprised, and bound and abutting
I , lto 3 That aa an it a. thr, coat 40,1 expenses
01141.1 Improvement. • hall b.. fully nseertal.,o.
I.oa 1,, th..l ton otrct t Coma:lA.looer
to asaereand appal t Um the same moon. lb. aer.
oral 101 l bobotll. a an 1 abot , lrg 11.0 ash, street
re•pevtive , y. ere,tclloz to the tole 00000 10,11
001,1. at,. tbereopou prco.o,l to make ,IPutabd
ft,,clell.el the 1.10,11 . • aceaielvit
a to the rr
Wag of the .wet or the Oieur.rat baetut , y of toe
eouttoonarraltb f Yeon.ylv•tcla, entitled - nn
ts.linteg the manner •rt collertlog the
plena.. gratllnt, •ott navlua of the atre. , lg and
dr,, or toe g • 00 for . 111 ..
Pbroo.cl.•. traottl the 3Uth Joy of March.
011 . O. TT...100.h of at y or4lmance as may
0000101 with. or he suptAleu by toe iorogoloo.
be the aame It hereby reposal,..l.
Urclalued .d 0000,0,1 Into. kale this the Mb
clay of Jute, A.D./W.
President of the nelcct Council
Attest: 11. Since taindis,
Clerk of the Select Council.
President or to e Common ßl il
ORDINANCE. to authorize the
racing of Ilanllla. Hope and Arbuckle,
filets +(taunt slenua,k sal curbotone.
nahrnoN I. Be it ordoined dad enadod by IS
Sel•rt VneencllN 4 th, I:tr,or a /is
City Code De and Om auto ien nersus rr . pr dud
solar ad ink O•dx rel.. Manilla and, bop
Alit,. and , tbuctle, ads) from Lacoca strert
to the line of the West. Yenn•ylvanla Itallraad.
anti the Cotroalltse on Silents art humpy
lei to have said auks, parrul without
wa Its or curbstone.
. . .
Ordklved nod enacted Into a law tide. 11/015th
day of Jou, A. U. 1.
r realdent of Select Connell.
Clerk of Select Council.
grl'ti pl : i7 l'remtd. of Common
Cl ISOneser Ilts.wcie ou rts,
erk of Connu 50.15
RESOLUTION to open Indwell .
ilvfolre.f. by ills &Ira tole ,
n+ 11+ yresent ter n d s to
•ifo.•.... a elre ' t:,. Is Lew
nfree a tO a d ß enT, a 4 . t 3re hereby a B.
minted rt....erre to T. r , • n4ees the °mosses_
benefits to sr...dun . .Ma t he orurlel,us
the Act of ArfOf As•toal..•so. , .:tler f.fer tst.
f WI. and that k lurks notify
Ih , to of ' :I ' = " t7VITS to s lan this the 13 II
Pf jaL'. 1
355111 i 11,11111 ER,
o uot of rk.11 , 3 Council.
'attest'rs Clerl of •
IRII. it. Itllllll.E,
Presi.lent of Coultoon Council.
Attest: PoUnce .1iLunfol:11.
Clerk of Cotstuon Council. jell
DINING, LUNCH, tOFFEE
IND ICE CHEM ROOMS,
TOE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
64 Fourth St
lil^; , ur filtHlNttai LUNfillESserved
from if to 1l ff. filNil Eft stirred Imo 11 to
dAl.ti,liti.titi for twelre, or 110 cents
litiftl attentfun ifirco to the wof
Idles And wtntlemeit tuslrloir s otoraf ant,/ ona.U.
fatal. esJoti meat of a g..od dish of et ear, .a
aoy of the istitufleti of th e station; Also. to the
fortiltitilos fssuillea. plat'. and ocher., at their
reel ^etsresor eltirwherti. with Olio hest of
WEDDING. POUND AND SPONCIE CASES
With the rlehetit :.asoortinent of Itotikot and
, l i i r r:stirtsf tn wistier lltringup
.1171,;.N 4 q...•:11ns:.rnentll lime.
..noall r iarkeq. Coffee. l'hoemiltr. tite. •
' O W Alf u zand Music foreasheo ps Irate pa I !pit.
li eZtva, &tremors, Cnticrr, Eflusware Lod
'hide Linen fur hire.
I THE LAUGEST AND MOST
I COMPLETE ASSORTMENT,
BEST STYLES LSD QUALITY,
TOD LADLES, •
• MISSES, mud
AND AT MOST. REASONABLE PRICES
1 TO ➢E TOOND TUE CITY. /5 AT
31 FIFTH : STREET.
W. E. SCHMERTZ & CO,
PEAS! TEAS TEAS!
or ALL imams Asp QUALITY, AT
Beat Onloan *Loner pound.
BLACK TEAM—pdded.,, MoachooE
Iflne Bedd Flay.d Bost Breakfast sl.=
HlALc &fe:, - ::: " " . do I.
Uncolored lapse,. no, drelnot decor k1. , 0
Janata. Yonne Ilya°. 0.40
• ' MIXED TEAM.'
- . • • ••
2 1111k,ed r i 4B o tlek. IA /a 1i,11.561n
Prow the Above Ant
andtllll select Jut wllitt
kind of Tea they went here them put up la
any, quatitilli And foreranuel by sty of the its
peers Campania., who
awe!. et Cir/
10. ratts, Rod by dolna son eve Lonely cattis pee
and In she price., borldea getting pure And
antalii Which yitiwtly thelf,4lla.
; •A. KRUK. •
wrdriylo 1174 'Pedant nt.. Alleenen7. . ,
lIICIIIIIO BRFiED &- CO.,
ThrO. 100 Wood Street.
BRITTANII. AND • aILTZR PLATED
WAWAUE. Tit...TRAM and TAtll.6 OUT.
LZICT altrave os baud. '
TOltA • nET T It
tMVAliowelitiak """ F th"
i..INA TAM, • •
ilitlatt A ta VITi et all varieties. to
en It whoossala a d retail 11•1412./ 1• '
The Ivrea, an • Moat 000Plete 0I0•16:7
thintmlo4tH In the .
Meat and te the. we ID the Ca4try
NEW ICE crtmem 8 &LOON
wul open tan new ILint elnn.
ice Cream Saloon & Coalectlimery,
At NO. r Allegheny, 011 TUES.-
Ifl, Orleod, .00 the Irtterally 000 re.
00.00010 favatlbe new estabil.bment wlb
Melt. - 100011
IRON - CITY CUTLERY CO.,
• 11i0..1 St. Clair Street.
Harlan purchased of •111)111LW plops tee
attire Honk of Hardware, Cutlery andNarletY
troode. at His above stand. It is til Intention
Sodden Oa nand a firs, data stood of er
Chins, 711liaillarelvers, ristols,trlstilnw Tooth
L .= Fr.grraux.L'eflx-x:thrAnlil
Grin. lug Runts, 'duo's. de.. Collie lt Stencils
and - etaraps, and •ttliall/ff deal Ind Cancelling
Stamps, at sbortast notice. '
W. H. HOWN, Martnallir.
Lend rv il lri n no Ei rtlTl V ol h l ive on
DOUBLE WALLED ICE PITCHERS.
allt.R,',llXll. l ` 7. "'" 4 wA T"'"d
J. E. HEED* 11 4 0.,
..1. a. Infat Street.
CI‘LLIRS 1 CWAII
One Million Cigara,
On Wad sad for sa`• ♦t
ELDISAL oz.. AILLPELIAT
BAKERS' & MRCILINW
Special, Important • and
Last IVotice !
IT WILL POSITIVELY' TAKE PLACE AT
V.UNING OF JULY /TU. 1867
The Largest and the Greatest,
and the most Success* tit Err
ti rprise Ever 'lnaugura
ted In the %ins lill
A MIZE R 1 CB EWEILYTICXET!
A out WITH i".VE ,, Y TICKET
111: 4 rend Inscribed. oLfrtz•s .031 be Coo
deck,' en the kintuat Benefit erine , plc. .'ro
rata bi.r1.1.1013 or flouts to Ticket lio'dert.
Capital, - - $1,257,145.
'rnKrrN, Si EACH
4 Pesent with Every Tirket
A reference to the number Of o+esent3 and the
general plan of distributlat, given below, will
convinCe den the most at,pt.cal of the great
advan , aires which will arra , to al ell • partici
Managers apt oantets thereo, ill, oey ot,
prov, ,osran,er . th., faunas and
ll'ir:rn7r'll'et ‘rlcwltb 7tlCri'VAeend,Tegi;ietcl'f'tF.l.-
tereats ot tleaet-holdera will moat attic:Alf ...tell
, and guarded, In Met, MI. the °eat. of
Me Managers to conduct every tranaactlun for
the Inutual en neat •huesee shall purchase •
I,,tet, •ne l sem:melons!, to avoid any and ev , rt
thing whien eon d in - the slightest degree dimin
ish the pia ti warn are to acetic to all
who it, ir
List er Prizes—Cash PriieS;
Ono Gull prise at 075.030 07 3 030
Ortv eg,l orh.e at 50,000 60 00
ca sh C.ll,ii priA. at • 23 W.' 43,001
. - a t 000 .3
T . P
'Three ea prises a at 01
Vour cash Nita. at 3 Ofo 17 WO
.. . . . . ..
Five cal. arises et 2,0 a. 10.1.00
Ctgb t cash arse. at 1,0 ko n.• 19
ronrteru suds prl,a at,—e Om 7.000
Tweuty nun 041...5 at......,......... 301 400.
1 wen t.tra. rash PC, es at7t.o 6.0(0
Vent care prfaea at 100 4,000
ate•uty.llve caul r.rl/.• at 60 S:.'.o
Une.undred • NI ty caao prlaas at ...,, 'ASCU
ope Itu . dre •.0 ally easu prls..• at DO ZAP)
Oat 1144111 ml azd locveutp.ive cash
prl/es at 10 1,30
Two hundred cash prizes al 6 1.01.0
tkli cub Twist . . amonntingto.... $274,000
Stt w litand a_ct 7.l.lctave
33ChIcherines do. 7L,G1.5
NVltc. in A. Wilson's
:Us of binges.,
Pt” 11..... Irma . .. Oars and I•Ind ?
9= Flue Citut islogs t 101.150
Cala ter Ow. .
rise G 91.1) WATCHES.
443 Ladles• sua beets• 00ki Watcbee.. :1319
PG Ladles• and Gents SlWes Watches. .".).:11
Aasurten erwes. ess.ols
after Grand ',Willa:Win. a
. LL o.
o t ttt=it:r. .. w . will be priattd avo
. .. • .
Hai will be the fairest and most Impartial plan
llho yet t•firred .o the public.
To end tel nate eonsi.reed the sale of
Veleta and the re. Wering ut - the •arne. to
aßithir. A CO.. Hankere.and Stan-
a. cre,. he. ..t2 Broadway. hew sthio will
=:.•VranVi t ; " e n nt= r n ' LlVl,MT.V.l.tl
V71.7'1 1 : 4 1 TZTA`Vd; Vl=
tion of rreathi.S.
Tickets, $1 EACH.
Per sale at the nankin( House' of CL ABS.
WEnnEBB A tn. , . NO. 6/ oalway, New York.
Po hystme ge. on receipt of price and stamp for
tai ls •
!SPECIAL IBIOAS OR CLUB .11/P1E. , .. •
Any arla procuring a Club of Pre or more
thees ou r tickets and sendine um thy moue, for
name, still De &Lowed Lb. following com
3 4141c:313 one .0114444 f0r..... 14 .0
......... l ' ;12
I To oratt that sorry flub...lanes aims may be
nits el td, send tan F. th Adam., with town,
out} awl - tate at NIL
raft, t'krat Ontre order, exp r rem, or
L r."ll7 ` :4l '`""'`Y
communications most to
CLARK, WEBSTES &
82 Ere ,Sew Tort
COMM BOOT!: DAMPENERS,
Call and gsiusilne tbem.
Blank Books arid stationery.
Writing Fluids lz Copying Inks.
Invoice and Letter Books,
Copying Presses and Books.
Receipt, Dray, Note and traft
Time Books and Memorandums.
Blank Books, of every descrip
tion, on hand and made to order.
HMS, SCHOYER & CO..
Blank Book Makers and MaHoner's,
WALL PAPER !
AT REDUCED PRICES
TO SUIT THE TINES!
At No. 107 Market Street.
JOS. n. nunnns .7 BRO.
.11:11111 BOSS ) 011 1 1 1 1 11•1 1 1.11.....10111111. 1101 - re
PITTSBDRGII LAMP COMPANY
JOHN ROSS & CO.,
No, 23 Wood Et., P!ttsbargb, Pa.,
LAMPS, LAMP BASES, CHIMNEYS, LANTERNS, ETC
Laa,iT, Malang Itt Cray/Met pertaining to the
a Red, LA4L. ilr,kr°W
FIRST CLASS LOOKING GLASS
AND PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTORY.
No. 110 Wood St., Plttsbutrgly
1 5 f 'MT if . m.railltrrallowl.ftil'ai
PAM+ It vA AOTtia 4 Pittstrs.uttlal%
tilirttV l i t n"xr) InarLDING <seemed to the
30 , 0011 jOUNDS OF LEAD
ellY of Allegheny, Job •
eleu Prop.&le wall be recelwed at lbls olgee
3 . 111 ook, 11 AM. loth lost', at 3 o'cooelt 0. m
I k e? loVfldelligr`Pd° tilt' with 0) iOOpenods of teed.
tames es oh:Agate, Committee. may elect, es',
manta will be insole velthlb teddy de ys alter de
livering of Cecil lot •
11Lth e— .1. the wh e t, Peeled Propowals
be no eelved furler.ltiolltAS may be re ,
our ulreolot oorleg the year. bidders wrillfstate prlee
The rabbi to receded to velvet niy and all bldg.
IL /3. FRANCIN.
jultolC • City Controller.
TINE RAYAIII) &NSION, iota.
ted en the ••sotsabo Over and the (lonnellt.
Til te nallousal. soots. welieesport, sotto..
hoer. sonettale tone. 110 et Yltlaborah, ts •
On entsit, ailWantsgeoes terms. The house b
One snort hrMt. toorttow rooms. modem style.
Must excel/sot outoollaloas all oew with
Yet.RTY WINCES tit LA ND . hlultly tmo ' roMd.
, fourteen r ents per dat"..mol tratul
each day ss moles rlllll, without l aShiltlonal
Wargo. Apply to
str.tLa wiLsos; •
/Inters awl Ftal latate kie.l4
jej7.l • Ito. GO imlthileld anat.
so n p. 0L51E.....;. If. WATt10.....0. r.//1"
rnoN (Try BELT WORKS.
CEO 0. CLARK & CO.,
ifononctororo of every C 1.4.101021 of rateot.
Ouelcbod, Cosomed and Uttered oa/y , asmod
,No. fog LIOKUTT (d 11.4 J
Mou ooto , t. rlttens7l3. a
Fancy Cake Baker & &Effie*loner.
Aag.dAstar la rarely, and Me ,
I—Os WW, icx of 0.0 001 ;
IIr•SVAILRFN AND 11 , ENANGO
LIM Cia.—lrtio Annual Martin of this
con:pane. f.r the rtattlon atCla•ere . far the
epatane ac . wall! 1ta , 1.1 at the natlee.ta
~ txrl. an .11 , YNDAT. Jen, alith. MI, 1510
will me" at the ••llrntic ttoo.r.•• In \\IL•
I LIA)111'VIIT, on '
iße4llleNday, 20th day or jarie Ne:t
At 1110 . C1Oa A. ~. t,. horn • e•ndidate for
I Judge of the Sooreme Court. and to inlttate
Properesuret for the eernlng State canvas..
As heretofore, the Convention will he corn.
posed of RepretentatJrr and eenatorlal Dele
gates, chosen In the natcal way, and•,tnal In
number to the whole of the E, actors autl not
seut-tlves Cu the General Assatehly.
lip order or the State Central Committee.
Urn. W. H1.a888.51.T.
.1. Rom., DV Nrit.l,oS.
E . ~oCyTOS S CO.,
And den'ara In KEN ...Nu ciArrituqo
and I.3E,STN . FURNISIIINief onaM, No. 107
FIFTH NTRECT. earner of Chcrry aheF. Ups
tom wort made to the latml lav a , an d moie
domb e manner. Prlcma-fre realanaMe.
- II EMIT CAPPELL. Merchant
••-•• TAILOR., and dealer Id • .
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
142 IMITIIFIELI) STREET.
Three door below Sixth. .Pinwrenon,
All the lat.. Spring and Otimmer style. of
Moths. Caselmeres and Vesting. an hand. and
Made up In toe moss fashionable style. wt the
lowest price.. laTtoats
Metropolitan, Garibaldi, Grant,
DULANEY AND CUTAWAY
ALL SIZES AND OF HI RIFFS! FABRICS,
A. Ini - Re and complete amornmeat now on hand
GILLY & LOGAN,
HENRY G. HALE
10111111 D COL PDS AID Si. ME OM
NEW SPRING. 4 GOODS,
All the Novelties of the Season,
Suchas I. only found In a
Flsi-Class Merchant Tailoring
FtITJEBING. GAS FITTING
C. L. V. YILLYIt i
BuEnKLE & wLLEn,
G4S IIND STEIII FITTERS,
Beer and Ale Pumnr. all kinds of
BBash eer and Ale
Bath Tabs, 00" , Hose, al ulna Ware, to.
No. SSC, Claaler street,
(Beller= bast 1 ate and Chestnut St.,) •
ALLECiIIEAY CITY, PA.
ngi o ce i,,
us . el fitted up with (lux and Wateragairt
OSO. C. BPANGLIC .IA3. BRAMIOCD.
SPANGLES & BRADFORD,
Plumbers and Gas Fitters,
.r0:47 Ohio SI.,
House. atei pvettb WierElt. HAS and
ISTWAnt by experienced workmen.
I...ltemise attention even it, cannery 'work.
k it and ALB rUMYIS. latent atyle..
JOHN H. COOPER & CO.
Steam and Gai Fitters,
Ilaauractareen of lUMEO AND BEAU W011:1C,
of carry desertyttt, dealers la GAB.
TIMES LND TLIBOCI, of elkluas.
i Corner of Pike and Walnut Streets,
COLE O. MILLS,
DAN AND STEAM' FITTERS,
OGG . poaa 1811trocot,
Cistern sad WO romps of all kinds. House.
sued up with (ins And Water. in the most ap.
' Pro.ed Mk. by &Untalented workmen.
Special attention paid to country work. •
P. L. ATWOOD..II,EititO2I Seel/IMAM
STEAM AND GAS FITTERS,
r. of Srd and Liberty Streets.
A c .VA L .A, S OIIIII: =l7: .Z 1•.
Special attention paid to the fitting oat and
ottlitot a til itelinetles, Steamboats,
4ents for A.S. Catneron &
STEAM :-P ETIELPS
I BLOWER ENGINES, •
dove superior advantages
others. and every one le warranted to givieutia.
hello. rumps conetantl ir on band. &Z inn
HERLEIVIE & ..10EINSON,
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters,
MITE( STREET EXT/iIOIION,
AU order* by l
Pr rld i tt * :4 Batt Subs, Pump Bag..
ntt ent, MandeHers, Pendants,
and Gat !Mutt
tale at We most reasonable
°Men from ennntfT Patrons by mall prompt'
ly summated to.
• Gam lime of every deftription. Je.M:49l
BAILIFF BROWN & CO,,
ALLigazie.rr ernr. Pa n
PLUMBERS, GAB AND STEAM
PIPE EIYTERS, imp alwrys uo band
lame assortmti of HYDRANTS, SHEET
LEAD. LEAD IPE,I3ATII TUBS, WASH BA
BUYS, Inuit AND BRASS CUClis 1.10 all mita.
rills for itiallik, 11, public or private buildthav
with OAS. ,151r/dtli or !TRAIL tewHan,
Nos. 6 and i SlSt,Clair street. -
Hu a rununal thartsr.
Book-Keeping. Penmanship and Arithmetic, .
' time unlimited .: S4O 00
Adithmetto and HenzaansUp ocr quarter
. of three month..
Pendosounip. per mown
lot ClUnars or Boa hoe.. addrus
N.' nil A rPHIt. or
11041(0/7 .1. C. 11e01.41 WINDS.
LI B. 11/ILLF4I. Bazaar. livery
ft-ew and HALL OTAIILge. Ala • Yore/shine
?if era Aka:. tact caw::
waliateT. otetween Ormsby and Denman stmt..
gleintnehle. llama, Carriage. end new king.
ele• for Olio. wean. mid (lagragea always In
for Yonera•s. Home kept
, et Meaty
with the safest Hones nen loon elegant Cara .
mgrs. Stank. kept Opeinall Donee ttie•day
aad elebt. • • a:learnt
GEAR - DIG,
Planing DIM, Sash & Door Factory,
I braek r l i gAT,Valt L i3ElfErMallls*..
tm.of Wart Copytaatly oa hand. a°Mora nom
U....UT Dom ptly 0/100•1041 to: m 121!..
C 0. VISCIIEWB
Dyeing and Sconiing Establishment,
ao. el DIAMOND dress:, -
`atty.:az Wood •ed SznittalMze t r iaii
u" 4 . k "'
e l,..ALter e. TeelSteei
I NEW FIRST CLASS GROCERY,
110. 154 71113T64L ST., ALtzumr,Nr.
70. b stock of chelp
Teas. .Cop Tee, Alvaro, Ac" Ac.,
Watch we otter 10 the publlo e1301..10,1n5.
A. Q. BRYANT..
13 1 = 18.104.22.168.13.
Fruit Rare k Bakal,
L ' IDILW - ONDIZIAZT.
A 11100 M, WITU BOARDINIi,
'lnc wlratc faddir. 1, a nowlr reiriled don We
drendedglTen and 1vd , d. ,1 1 -
Addre6s 1101 h, owzcn s odr:cc.
:WANTED—Every ono to
lend E•S firm. Aut.ltov Salr
s n ' fi ` Hig:l7:in i r ! cfAi! , Vig, P l4i l7.l V;. '7,":4
Jtsrarol-n Trains to ; thr late Isave 1,0111
thwo,. Allegbet, pittaporgh.uttlit
• A SALESMAN
'Who Is pear:Wally fatailtar SIN the =sacra..
to, or liretnOlasmare, and Ilan had .on
vrn ,ln Address LOUli •4.
t. v = r4h 1411,a6,
TO ATTSNU IS A OWE!,
By an American 010 sixteen years of au. o
good address. and arirn rate aroonnunt.
Address ••51.•' at THIS UT FICA.
benood.atorr -Front Boob, with ebamber
aJP , lnbor.either Surnlabed or anfornlzbed.
wltbotv board. afoot be within tentiliteS .
walk of St. alr atrebt. A family wi th few or
no other boarders preferred. Address, Ov
terms. So.. BOX at. elaaltrra °Falba. :•40
'A: Second-Hand Engine,
Twelve to driven Inch evliniier, With ii.lontile
the •roller. or einnelent rapacity', sod in good
condition. B. net. & CO.. •
54 thenett, It.
ROADS AMR MORTGAGES
MIA, and Neal !,tale Agent, lino GO 811 , TH
VIL D oriurrr.
CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS, &c
WE HAVE JUST OPENED
I NEW STOCK,
nought. at r.ifent Aactiot Sal., In NO.. York
welch wo tater at a
Reduction of 20 Per Cent.,
23 Cents Per Yard
Red, White and Checked Mailings,
To 35 Cents Per Yard
To 35 Cents Per Yard
NOTTIEGIIAM LACE CURrfAINS,
At $t to 610—usnal prlee ►IO to 4207b.inK
A REDUCTION OF FIFTY PER CENT.
1111111 LAND & COLLINS.
71 and 73 Fifth Street. .
NEW CARPET STORE.
' FRESH ARRIVAL OF
CI ALM/ 3E 3 M 9E• fi3
NEW PATTZSN IN
3-Ply and ri-1 2 1, - .
' ' . Tapeitry Ingrains,
A Pull Line of Straw Mattinge r
PLAIN. CHEC:LED AND NANCY.
tbiirsgaUPTZ:lrbirbV: 7 4 / 8 11 1 7.iir t 1111 •
do Well to gilt as stall.
BOVARD. ROSE & CO.,
9111.17 H. ISTUEZT. (*woad IlOor.)
. nanitv7idkler over Ilium Ball% •
-, 51 Fifth Street,
• row ltaaoc ...Iv fled deslm4e D.ttern.)
• large and elaolee assortment of
'Piano and Table Covers,
lOOUirn COW, RC63 .19
THREE PLY AND. TWO PLY
lnd evel , ruulecy *flow priced Caroettail •
359.rix . taitre 424,
HAVE Jun cormar.p .,
For the Sprang. Trade,
TbeliSpleadld ♦46etmeot of
01! l7utLs , Shades,
•ttcutloa ls called W oar Sue stoeVet
SIBIODUII TAM AD PLUG cow
Great Dieting in Prices,
88 5MN .. X.33 1141rXIM77W
et., CAPS, &o
FOR SURER SALES.
ALL TUE NEW STILE ails,
POE BALE CHEAT. AT
MCCORD & CO. ' S,
.tl i (iT.o. 181 . Wood.
3E1.,4TS ! HATS!
GRIMM & BTh
At N 0.42 St. Oats steer
one ct We "Th'zi pest r. 14 040 E4 of
HATS, UPS AND Goias
gh.'s, eft/. And oonstantll 1 ... - 1 - lot of 111 00.1
as soon so they e••
lozr,troolloo Oven ta
317 . Liberty Street,
: i ...PriII3BIIIIGH, PA.
pr THE APHIEG AND SVAEDED
„ ciaturally undenro.
ga . g Mika TM% , Walla