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A SPRING OPENING.
The yooras of Madame Pinchon in Blehker
street, Was crowded yesterday by the fash-•
ionable and fastidious, eager to inspect the
designs - so long considered the most original
and refined in the. city. :Most of the dresses
showed some modification of the punier
style - . now coming in fashion. The back
' widths of the Skirts were full,.and looped or
puffed to; give the outline once known as the
toiante re or bustle, which, to the regret of
tastefdl persons, is again broughtinto use-
The size thisnppendage attained when first
worn in the reign of Louis suggested
the idea of panniers concealed under the
dress: It is to be hoped our eyes . will be
spared the cruelty of beholding such deform.
The front and side widths of the skirt are
elosely - gored, and often the lower jupe is
bordered *by a- flounce, sometimes closely
plaited one Ivey with, both edges Secured, or
vandyked and drawn into a ruffle by, a cord
run an inch below the upper edge. Sashes
are worn both broad and narrow; the newest
design drapes them scarf-like about the
waist or hips, letting the ends fall separate,
or tied loosely once. Tablier fronts, sashes
stitched on the width, and triple-flounced
skirts were seen. Waists were of natural
length,. except for ball corsages, which
were low and short; sleeves were of the coat
shape, easily fitting.
Demi-adjuste jackets with mantilla fronts,
and mantilla jackets with sleeves, but no
seam under the arms, were shown for street
wear, but scarcely, a specimen of the polon
aise. Suits for promenade had loose or
half-fitting jackets, trimmed with narrow
satin, smile= :.rid medium-width fringes.
No loose sleeves were seen or garments of
The most 'notable dress displayed was a•
pigeon gray silk, notable for luster and
quality, with plain waist and full train two
and a half yards long. The trimming was
simple in design, yet •hisslily effective; the
• skirt irorderecl...by s. two inch bias fold cif the
silk, piped with satin; and set at small inter
vals'with rosettes of quilled silk, the centers
of which were grape clusters and leaves in,
marcasite, or*the new polished steel, which,
is largely ; used this season for ornament.
This is so.prepared that it will not tarnish
in the air. The side width swept round on
the back:and were plaited half way up. the
skirt and held by a large rosette with steel
center, the band and medallions coming up
on the outside of the shell-like curve. A low
Watteau bodice was defined on the high
corsage, and the round.,throat finished by a
fringe of gray drops and steel, three inches
deep; on the center of the fringe, at the
back, Was placed a satin bow with rosette
and ends of folded silk, each set with three.'
rosettes, and fringed, which fell half way
down the back. A bow and rosette with
shorter ends was on the bosbm. The close
sleeves were finished by a bias-band and ro
sette on the cuff. The price of this elegant
dress was 's4oo.
A dress of pink-striped gauze, in hair
" lines; with full train, attracted attention by
its novel trimming, which was a full fold of
pink satin outlining a court train With tunic
• front in angles of relief, finished by a shaded
, • pink fringe made of quill shavings, which
looked like lustrous feather fringe. The
bertha was of satia rouleax and quill fringe.
In front two crescent puffs at the knee were
_,separated by satin folds; a cluster of pink
satin leaves ornamented an angle of the
tunic at the side, land a 'satin sash fell behind.
One of the most distinguished dresses was
a black French grenadine, dotted all over
with.cut jet seed beads, and elaborately
trimmed with black &pure sparkling
with jet. This Cusappeared early in the
• day, and was replaced by another, ingeni
ously ornamented with small flower patterns
• ,in black silk applique ' the edges wrought in
chain stitch. The gaulired flounce and fichu
were thus trimmed with the effect of em
A seaside dress of white and green silk,
striped in halr-lines a half inch apart, had a
plain frock, and plaited flounce coming to
the side seams; the overdress was apple
green mohair, with square neckercorsage,
the skirt open in front, and rounding away;
the back- hanging loose in two box plaits
from the neck, quilled on the side seams of
the skirt with a ruffle.
A black silk walking dress had three nar
row vandyked flounces headed by rouleaux
bf satin and a silk ruffle; the upperskirt was
looped high in the back, and caught slightly
• on the hips; the border was of clumtilly lace
over two inches wide.
A second black silk suit had staircase
trimming of triple satin folds, with rich
fringes headed by.passementerie on the hori
zontal lines of the design. The edge was a
floun of flat half-inch plaits, held one way
by folds of silk and satin. The demi-ad
just° jacket was trimmed with satin, and
fringed all around. -An outre jacket had a
- long pointed hood-piece falling below the
waist, with knots of black silk up the center
of the hood, the long crescent fronts cros
' • ' sing, and the ends omits' under the jacket
behind, forming a panier drapery on the
hips.., Only'the. slenderest of figures could
carry this sort of festooning about the hips
with any grace. A street garment of black
' ; silk was loose, wtih a deep 'plaiting set
' squarely into the skirts in front, a narrow
plaited edge finishing the backs, which are
looped behind, and have a plaited belt.
A street suit of pearl-Colored poplin had a
double skirt, the lower one bordered by five
rouleaux of satinthe upper one with five
cord-like rolls on , eaCh seam, open straight
behind, the widths joined bitwo satin straps
• across ands fringed bow in the, center of
- each; cord fringe with floss ends all around
the upper jupe. The mantilla_ fronts of the
sack were bordered with rouleaux, the
pointed threat edged 'with points of gray
satin, some shades different fronithe dress,
-as was all the trimming, indeed, giving an
agreeable contrast . he half-fitting back
and close sleeve had three ionleaux on every
seam, and the jacket was. fringed' to _match
the skirt. •
Pretty evening wraps were burnous of
• white crepe 'de civine; a delicate wool and
silk fabric like the finest thinnest cashmere.
- These were neither more nor less than wide
scarfs folded thrice together on one edge to
v ..- form:hood, and sleeve-like openings for the
• arm. They were picturesque garments with
blue or rose-colored borders wrought in
chain -stitch and beads,
fringed with white
and colored crimped fringes, and 'tassels
drooping from every point. Mantles, snits
ble for elderly ladies; were of fine black
cloth embroidered and fringed in gold,
handsome to wear with black silk dresses.
A new mode of ornament for dresses'was*
shown on a lilac grenade ,robe; -which bore
twig work and a large ; pansy spray down
the center of each width in applique of
shaded silk the same color, neatly stitched
on. This applique was observed on several
thin dresses .. : ;
A white organdy a deep, finely plaited
• border, over which fell a piece of horizontal
'tucking very, finely done, cut into battle
- mentis edged with quilled white elhmtilly,
'and headed by a wide insertion of the same
. In front, at the waist, "was a short
• .4' C, apron of tucking cut in shapes and trimmed
with lace; from this a wide scarf of muslin
edged with -twcsirich ' chisntilly_fkiated each
I ,lAciehahind,, and was looped together, by,
' • :
urge., rosette of p u rple satin ribbon. ~
--•- ; ,flounce and waist of muslin Were laididlers
a;,iststelyin.•Vertical doable .'-nartow, box - plaits
aPreastat :the rtop, : and when"lnsertions of
• ', — Maltese'lacetsvo =click OX 'MOO apart: A
' pretty fiehu sash were of organdy in fine
_ s• ', , hbrizonUdinekif.'edked -with valenciennes,
and'double rows of pointed tucked tabs.
1 • - ,Frotct tly! New York Po*t.3:l
ring , Bonnets and Flowers,
The Importers and wholesale dealers in
millinery and straw - goods have opened their
new styles and, there is a prospect of 'a fair
spring trade. , .
It was rumored 'that the new bonnets
would 'be a :rifle larger than those of last
year; but the increase in size is not percepti
ble ; if there is a change, they are smaller.
An effort has been made-to throw aside the
Fanchon,arul it has been said that this shape
will not be gerierally exhibited at the coming
openrg; that the leading style will be the
new shape, with low, sloping crown and
raised front, having a coronet, which is sim
ply a narrow) framework of wire attached to
the edge of the , front, and slightly sloping
backward. It is well known that the Fan
choU has injured the millinery business in
this country. The good taste and tact of
AMerican women enable them to make a
pretty Fanchon ; all that is requisite is to
puichase a frame, and then, with a small
piece of lace or velvet, a spray of flowers or
vine of leavo„ make an attractive bonnet.
IThe latest Style of Padsbonnet is the Fan
chon with a-diadem or 'very narrow rim on
the front edge, against which the: flowers
and lace forming the • inside trimming rest.
There is no other shape-that so Avell becomes
all styles of features 'as the Fanchon, and
this is the reason why it has always been a
favorite. Then, so long as the newer shapes
do not make a pretty face look prettier, and
add a charm to a plain one, the Fanchon
will be the favorite, with the ladies. The
raised front and coronet require a bright,
' pretty face beneath to be effective.
The laces used for decorating the new
bonnets, as scarfs and veils, have been int
! ported of every color and shade, to match
the materials of which the bonnet is made,
Land are spangled with gold or crystal, or are
Ufrosted, being rich and beautiful. Almost
levery bonnet has a lace veil, or curtain or
scarfs attached. The gilt ornaments, which
have been much worn, are going out; small
beads or nailheads and crystal pendants will
be more used. All the new bonnets recent
ly imported are - rich and elegant. •
In round hats the usual variety will be
brought out: The new ones have higher
_crowns than those of last year, and wider
brims. Some have rolled brims, and one
style of high crown slopes up from the brim
to a small flat top. Some turban shapes are
also' among the newistraws, bat it is yet too
early to decide which will be the prevailing
style in straws.. .
t or . 9 ='3lANllooD AND THE VIGOR
OF YOUT restored in four weeks. Suc
cess guaranteed. H
DK. ItICORD'S ESSENCE OF
LIFE restores.manlv powers, from whatever cause
a.istng; the effects of early pernicious habits, self
'abuse. impotency and climate give way at once to
this wonderful medicine. f taken regularly accord-
Mg to the directions (which are very simple and re
quire no restraint from business or pleasure.) Fail
ure is impossible; Sold in bottles at $3. or four
quantities in one for $9. To be had only of the sole
appointed agent in Ame.lca. If. UrEItITZEN. 2.05
Second Avenue. New York. feanl64:rr4
PHILOSOPHY OF MAR
• • RIAGE; a New Course of Lectures, as de
livered at the New York Museum of Anatomy, em
bracittg the subjects: How to live and what to live
for; Touth. Maturity and Old Age; Manhood gener
ally reviewed: the cause of indigestion. flatulence
ana nervous diseases accounted fur; Marriage Philo
sophically considered, &c.
Pocket volumes containing these lectures will;he
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on receipt of
four Stamps, by addressing: SECRETARY, 'l..ew
York Museum of Anatomy and Science, MS Broad.
Cal - MARBILIGE AND CELIBACY.
—Au Essay for Young Men on the Crime of
Solitude, and the DISEASES and ABUSES which
create impediments to MARRIAGE, with sure
means of relief. Scat sealed letter envelopes.
free of charge. . Address Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGH
TON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, remi•a.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT Dr
lIAIIIIISBERG, DEC. IS, 1887.
1 Will .ell by Public Onterr, at the re,"l.lenre of
NOTICE TO THE HOLDERS' JoHN poLLocic df..4,e2,,..1. In Knuth Fa,,ette Tp..
near Oakdale Station, on the I'. C. ‘ ,ll, C. it. R., l'au
TrEADAY, March 31, 1883, at 1 P. M.,
La CY Ak. N
Commonwealth of Pennnsylvania,
DIVE JULY IST, 1565.
THE FOLLOWING LOANS
• Due July Ist, 1868,,
WILL BE REDEE3IED, WITH INTEREST, TO
'DATE OF PAT3IENT, ON THE PRE-
GESTATION AT THE
FARMERS' & MECHANICS'
- NATIONAL BANK,
Loan of .March 27th, 1839, due July
Loan of July_l9th, 1839, due July
INTERFAT ON TUE ABOVE LOANS WILL
CEASE OX THE IST OP JULY, .IS6B
*FRANCIS JORDAN, See'y State.
JOHN F. HAIVTRANT, And. Gen.
W. S. ILEMBLE, State Itress'r.
... • .
Commissioners of Sinking Fund
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF
DlIqS, HACKS, &e.
Notirct Is hereby given to all owners of Drop:.
Carts. ,Carriages Buggies: kc.. whether resident or
non•reeldent , in the City of Pittsburgh, to pay their
Licenses at' the Treasurer's ()Mee of the City of
Pittsburgh FOUTHWITIL in accordance with an
Act of Assembly, approved-March 30tb. 1860. and
and an-Ordinance of /the , Councils of the - City of
Pittsbnrgh„passed April 10. 1880.
All Licenses not paid on or before MAY 15,1808, - ,
will' be plated in the hands of the Chief of Pollee
for collection, subject to his fee of 50 cents for the
collection thereof. and all persons who neglect or
refuse to take out Licenses will be subject to a pen-
IMF , to be recovered before the Mayor, double the
amount of the License.
The old metal plates of preylons years must be re
turned at the time lACCIII3eB are taken put, or pay
25 centt therefor.
SATES OF LICENSE: ,
Each One Horse Vehicle $ 50
Each Two Horse . ..• 'l` 00
}loch Four Horse "' 15 00
Each Two Horse Hack „ 15 00
and Timber . Wheels drawn ,by Two
Horses, Eighteen Dollars each. For each addi‘.
'Donal Horse 'used In any of the star vehicjes, , Ono
Dollar. • .SAILUEL , LtINDEE,
- • , - • Gity,Trealairer,
PrPraninthlt, Feliruaiy ' ' ' •
. w AC _ _
BiILLS • • '
ticar Pitpibuigti Grain 'Elevator
,„ ,;- , •••,'
lienetae.ture of-Ccop.l , l EAL, EYE 71.0171 r, en,
CitqPPED YEEti. Orderk detteored IA either eltz,
free of ettfirde; Grabs or ell kinde%ellopped.,:erig
Vern shelled: an short . • ,
RELTINGL/LlAtalther:' and .: Gum
Beittheaso, Gum bete, Math Packing: Get.
e ' te:i kalifs best, quelltrand at . ..lowest prier.,
and warranted te-giva satisfaction; also. -Lite
Leather., k ad
Rtvett e e., ways'on band lind n ibt7 ells,
wholesale itarretan b 7
• .. ; ~Ji.,, ..e 1 ;.,., 74, kit: "PHILLIPIit, !, .;
fele , A 6 and 29 M. char meet,
P . l.TrsßuTt9li , 1868.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE & TO LETErouses
and Lots f several all parts of the city and su
burbs. Also, FAR3IS in good locations.
Also, a small WOOLEN FACTORY, with 20 acres
of land, and good improvements, which I will sell
ebeap and on reasonable terms. Business Houses
to let on good streets. ?Myr te Dwelling Houses for
rent in both cities. For farther particalars inquire
of WILLIAM WARD,
.13:2 /10 Grant street. opposite Cathedral.
COAL WORKS FOR SALE,
11 capable of running 15,000 bushels daily, in
clu ng tenant houses, store house,flats wagons,
mules, and all the necessary fixtures fora 'large bu
siness and immediate operation. There are 435
acres. of Coal. This Is one of the most valuable
works on the Monongahela river. Will be sold low
and on good terms. Apply to
. • W. A. HERRON,
Real Tstate Office, 89 Grant street.
self opposite the Court House.
SITUATE IN MOUNT WASHINGTON,
Within 95 minutes , vralk of the Monongahela
bridge. The house contains Ilse rooms, kitchen,
cellar and vault. Lot 100 feet front by 200 feet
deep, fronting on three streets. On the lot are 400
full - bearing grape vines of five different varieties,
with all kind i of shrubbery, such as gooseberries.
blackberries, strawberries and currants; also, peach,
pear, apple. quince and cherry trees. Will be sold
cheap. inquire of
STEEL di; WILSON,
Brokers and .Real Estate Agents,
140 . No. CO Smithfield Street.
2,000,000 AC"' OF
CHOICE LANDS FOR SAT,E,
Union, Pacific Railroad Company,
Lying along the line of their road, at
$l,OO TO $5,00 PER ACRE,
And on a CREDIT OF FIVE YEARS
Fr further particulars, maps.; ac., address
JOHN P. DEVEREtX,
Land COMUltikloner, Topeka, Kau ac
Or CHAS. B. LAIFBORN, Seely,
RARE CHANCE FOR BUSINESS. 1
ONE OF IDE - BEST STANDS IX I'ENN'A
As I with to contract a
my business nd devote my
entire time to selling POWDER. I oiler my entire
stock„;consisting of a large and well assorted stock of
Groceries, Lamps; Table Glassicare,
CHANDELIERS AND FIXTURES.
House: consists of the two line. commodious aid
well Arranged Stores.
105. 172 AIM 174 FEDERAL SPINET,
Connected by openings in first and second stories.
and can be used either separate or together; side
door on alley. and stabling on back end of lot fur
; four horses and three wagons. Hoisting apparatus
In each store. Stores 20 feet front and 90 feet
deep: first store 14 feet high.
stock of goods now 110.000. iient moderate.
Terms accommodating, with approved security.
Theperx•nal Estate of the deceased. con,t.tlng In
of Wheat, Corn and Oat. , In the buohel`beep,
Cow cattle, Yoke of Work. Oxen, Farming _Cteu.
ails. household Furniture, &e.
TERNS AT SALE
Administrator of JvLu Pollock, dec'd
SMITHSON. VAN HOOK k ND,McCLELI,
JOHN .5. JOHNSTON, Salemmas. ' '-
1 • tublSmaka l / 4 1,t F
-TN THE MATTER OF APPLICA
1. TWIN OF THE •
Union Building, and Loan Association,
Of the City'of Pittsburgh, for aCharter. No. 902,
March Term, 1868.
Notice is hereby given that an application has
been 'made to the Court of Cointuon Pleas, of Atte- '
gheny County; by the Union Building and I.wom
sociation. of Pittsburgh. ford Charter:that an in
stinment in wilting. specifying the objects. articles,
conditions; and name, •tylo title, under which
they have , been associated. his been presented tattle
Court .and tiled in the Protlionotaxy's office, and'ir
no suffiCient reason is shOWn to the contrary,. said
Charter will be granted atithe next tertn.of this
Court. • . • BY THE COVItT.
E. A. MONTOOTII, •
Attorney for Petitioners._ jetil:lo
THE'BIATTEIF OF.THE ALP
PLICATION of the • • .
Lower St. Clair But 'and ,Loon. As..
sedation, - for's Charter. - -
Notice is hereby - giren that. an appil4ation has
.been flied in the. Prothonotary's Olnue. ) 1 3 , N0.' 39
June Term, 1988, by the linilding and Loan Aim
elation of rower St. Clair -Township foria Charter,
_which will be granted at next_ term of Court, unless
exceptions are flied.
JACOB' 11. WALTER,
inblG:m73 • .Prothonotary.
THE HE MATTER or. THE AP-
PLIC AT IOX of . ,
Building and Loilat Association No. 3;
' of East Ilienitagbant.
, • For a Chartce,oc• Incorporation. '
- • , . .
Notiie is hereby. Oren: that an appliCation has
been tided in the ,ProthootarT's Office, at No. 39
June Term, 1869, -by• ttio Ituildlng and Loan All3O.
eltiou No. 2. of East Birmingham, fur a Charter of
Incorporation, which will be granted at next term
of Court, unless exceptions are tiled. •
• - •
JACOB IL WALTER. ,
• • mhl.s:taNys , • .Prothonotary.
- - •
S $ NOTICE. Letters
Testementary upon the last Will 'and! Testa
ment of` EMANUEL sTOTTLEIt,.Br., late pi rellrt
Township, Allegheny county, Pa., deceasedi having
been issued to the undersigned, all persona having
claims against the said estate will prele t them,
duly authenticated for settlement, and thus indebt
ed are notified 'to pay the undersigned, In Penn
township, AUegheny.county, Pa. '
11. B. STOTTTE I,
• ' - • •LrSTOTTLEit, fn..
I , :0151 . Ex 'CutOra.
-IMXECUTOIRS , , NOTICE.--Letters
.1.. j, Testementary upon the .last. Will Tt ment. of SAMUEL A% 00Ds, late of den SnoW IV"
Allegheny county Pal 4: deceased.' having been is
sued to this,undefelgued, all persons haying claims
against said estate wilt present themi:d ly authen ,
treated. for settlement; and these indebt d are not'.
sled to pay the undersigned, in Snowily township,
Allexlieny count: Pa: ,• - • • • •
-' : - ' ' • ' •-=
•' ,` :• • = • ,:rAtttEi3EF.AiiB l • • .
-' .' - • i •"" ••• . : ;. • IlittllktAld WitS, •Eir.. -
t Id5:1610.; , . , , , : ~, .., , • ' F.:, centers. •
Letters of administration on the estate of
• St AISCIiELMAN, deceased, late of Allegheny
. want'', having been granted to the undersigned. aW
petSons' indebted' to said estate' will Make payment
without delay; =and :tatore.larringclaluts dgsdopt the
[ m 402 1 1 11 Pre* ,, /. F4e4 i fer settlement. - - ,• • %•••• •
, eilltrt ti • 'HARTMAN,
•'-"` ' ' )- - ''' '. , 1114itit; PLIEStiNG,
reff finl l T/1).. " -- . : i , Aditripist rosters.. girtdare Tp.
itLEii ')INEREBNi ,GIVEN:
sptektion srillibirmatiejo the tiriteritor
or the , pard ti of ilijA 11.,ATEIN, cnv
it No. 301, t. igrilfilktrilonsioorrOcti $0,1_1367,
of voinsisiughtert - atuitenr,cd iiovetaber 34-tittj•
• . .
AN the. OIIDINANCE authorizing
Grading, Paving and Curbing of Mug•
• berry Alley,
From Smith street to Taylor street.
SEC. i. Be it ordained and enacted the City of
Pittsburgh. In select and Common Cou ells assem
bled, and it is hereby enacted by the au hority of the
same, That the City Engineer be and e is hereby
authorized and directed to advertise 1 r proposals
fbr the grading: paving and curbing of Mulberry
alley, from Smith street to Taylor titre t, and to let
the same In tho manner directed by. n ordinance
concerning streets, passed August 31st '1857; also. an
Act concerning/ streets, approved Ja nary 6111. 1864.
EEC. 2. That any ordinance or par of ordinance
conflicting with the passage of this o dinance at the
present Lima, be and the same Is her by repealed go
far as the same affects this ordlnane
Ordained and enacted Into a law 1 Councils, this
11th day of March, A. I). 1878.
JAMES B 1 AULEY,
' President of select Council.
Attest: E. S. MORROW.
Clerk of Select Council. ,
W A. TOMLINSON. ,
President of Common Council.
• Attest: ileoitMeMAsTElt.
Clerk of Commit' Council. .
Approved this 18th day of March. 1868.
milliUmnS JAMES IILACKMORE Mayor..
AN ORDINANCE atitliortzing
tiding, Paving and Curbing orSurill•
Frotn'Mort on street to Taylor et.eet. '
• - SEC. 1. •Be tt °Wailful and enacted by the City of I
Pittsburgh, in Select and Common. Councils assem
bled, and it is hereby_enaetcd by the authority of the
same, That the City Engineer he and he is hereby
authorized and dlrectedto advertise for proposals
for the :FratUng, paving- and curbing of .hmallman
street, tromrurton otreec to Taylor street, and to ,
let the same n the manner directed by an ordluaneg
concerning streets. passed August 31st, 1857: also. ari
Act-concerning streets. approved January sth, 1864.
SEC:" ' That any ordinance or part of ordinance
conflicting with the pasfage of this ordinance at the
present time, be and the same Is hereby repealed so
tar as the same affects this;ordinance;
. Ordained and enacted into a law In Councils. this
11th day of - March. A. 1). 068.
J A MES: MCAULEY.
. PreAdent of select Council.
Atleid: E. S. Monnow.
. flerk of '4iele , t Council.
\V: A. TOMLINSW:,
President of Common. Connell.
Attest: Ilt(ttt McMAsTEn, _
Clerk of Common Council.
Approved this 15th day of :March. 1565.
' JAMgS. ItI.ACKMORE. Mayor.
ORDINANCE . authorizing
Grading, Paving and Curbing„at' Nine
From Pennsylvania Avenue t. Reed Itreet.
SEC. 1, De it ordained nod ,nacted (qi tin (WV bf
Pitt/dour/A. in Selert eat Common Counci/e assem
bled, and It is heriAn enacted tit (ha autasm!y
same. 'Phat the Citv•Engineer be and he Is hereby
authorized and directed to advertise , for .proposals
for the grading, paving and curbing' Of Vine stree=t.
from Pennsylvania avenue to Reed street. and to let
the same in the • manner directed by an ordinance
concerning streets, passed. August Mk. 1. , 537; also. an
Act concerning streets. approved .Jannary rah. 1664.
Ste.:. That tsar or,liuunee or part of ordinance
eondicting with the passage of this yrdluanee at the
present time, be and the same Is pereby repeated so
fir us the same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils„ thlsi
11th day of March. A. 1),
• JAMES McAI7LEY.
• President of Select Connell.
St. Lou Missouri
Attest: E. S. MonituV.'. , i
Cfcrk of St•lcet Council . " , ,
W. A. TOMLINSON. t
- . President of Common Council. I
AttMt: Meru M( MASTER, •
Clerk of Common Council..
Approi . eti ibis 18th day of March. A. D. 1868.
zulti9a.l JAMES BLACK MORE. Mayor.
.A.N ORDINANCE authorizin
the ' - .
Grading . , Paving and Curbing of Centre
SEe.l. Be it ordained and tnacttit by the City of
. Patti:irt,li, in Select and Common Connell. , itsi , ent-
I WI, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the
t earns, That the City Engineer be and he in hereby
authorized and directed to advertise for proposals
for the grading. )}..acing and curbing of Centre Ave
nue, frytu Irinividdle street, to Xirtpatrlck streSt,
and to let the same in the wanner directed by an or
dinance cause rninti nt reel., passed August al -t. Ian::
also, an Act concerning streets, approved January
6th, - liait. .•,
face. ii: Trim any ordinance or part of ordinance
coudlet lug . with the pie.sage of this unlit:my... , at the
present time. Ikt and the same is hereby repealed SO
tar as the saute :Meets this ordinance. i ‘,..,
Ordained and enacted Into a 'law In Councils, this i
11th dry of March, A. It. lififift.
.1 A NI Ea. Mc A 1. - I.ET.
- . • President of t-elect Cournill.
Attest: E. S. Montititv.
; Clerk of .aelect Council. ,
I W. A. TONtLIN.SON.'
Pr-lilent of Common
Attest: It( cl Mk.ofCTmm „
Clerk oon Counch.
Approved ihla 18th der of March. MA:'
.tublatutv: ;LAMES ItI..ACI:MuItE, lilayeir. ~ p m c A R DLE;
ORDINANCE authorizing •
• - .
Grading. Paving andr eet Curbing._
From Nutt Sire t to Liberty Street. - t
SECTIos 1. /r , ft prdaintd and enttrted by Me Cu)
r;, , Pittsburgh. in Sari' and tr'otnrlzon Coe n•nito
#.entblett. and it it h•rety enacted by authority ,f Ow.. •
.tame, Tlant the Cite Engineer . Ix. :and he Is he
authorized and tli6.eteti Wi Vi`COOPYOr prop ...ant
for the grading • paving and eortAng of Allegheny CLOTHS CASSIMERES & VESTINGS,
treet. from Venn ntret t to ).)bonefaucet. suet to
let the rime to the martin r directed by tut.Ortlinnnee •
concerning .treets. pa&•ed Attizut.t 31,4, 1147: also, no •
Alzo. GENT'S-PHENIkTING Goons. GENT'S
Act euncerning stroet.t. approved January 6th. IZOi.
'r.%—" any urdinsure or - pnn xtrordinnitee ; CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER, the lateet style.
conflicting with the ott.t.tge of thin ordinal:et. nt the --
present time. IK and the ~aine here) ) ;; repented t... 0 ITOW READY.
fur tie: Um .11111.! MiCett , ordittucc. , 1T
and enacted intoo
n law Oil+ dug Of .
February. A.. 180 S.
JAMES WM. LEA
Vre,ltlent of Select
Attes.t: E. S. Ytiototttw,
Clerk Of Select
W. A. TOMLINSON.
Pre+ltleitt of Common Councllti.
Attest: 11(Git Mc.3facTl:ll4
Clerk of Continuo Council.
Appruveti this ltltdvrinv or March, ISM!.
lithium: l i JAMES IILACKMORE. Mayor
From Dinwlddle ,trect to li'llt.p3trirk. Greet
ALIMPFY. .:*: • • .
ORDINANCE to RE-GRADE 'And 1
RE-rAvE YOUNO'S ALLEY. • ;
'irtic. 1. lie it ordained and enacted hi the
and Common Counctta ef the City of ASlspheay. and
it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same.
That the Committee on St recta be and they arc here
by autho.lzeil to advertise and receive %proposals for
the re-grading anti re-paving of Young's Alley for
such length as Is necessary to make the grade corre
spond w Ith the protile of nue grade Of the same, on
Me in the City Engineer's Otilee, and to contract
therefor with be lowest and beat bidder td , bidders, -
at their discretion. .
tiEC. 2. The cost mutt VAIWIINCIi of said Improve
ments shall be borne by lathes Itnyd, nor shall this
ordinance go into effect um said lloyaf.shall hare
tiled his loud in the °Mee of the vity Controller that
he will assittue.and pay the entire, cost of said Ito
bee. 3. That so much Of any ordinance as mac con
flict with or be supplied by the foregoing; be and the
baum is hereby repealed.
Ordained and enacted Into a law this tue,l2th day
•at March, A. • . .
President of Select Council.
J. S. SLAGLE,"
President of Common Council.
Attest: '. • .
D. MacritinoN. Clerk of Select f:uuncil. •
- it. DILWORTH, (lurk of . Continuo Cootiell.
ESOLUTION to . open PERRY
osolued. 11g the Select and common Councilag
the (iffy of Alleghetiy. l That Perry street, in tilie
Third. Ward. be and it is hereby opened from its
present termhtztion to the Troy Hill road. and that
JAMES GRAHAM, JOHN CUNNINGHAM and
THOMAS SMITH, freeholders, he •ntid :they tie hereby appointed viewers to viese , Bllll assess
damages and benefits In accordance 'With the prow s
inus of the Act of Assembly, approved May lot,
A-. 1). and that the Clerks 44 , :eonnelis notify
them of their appointment.
- Ordained and muted into n. law. this the 3.9lth•day
of March, A. D. 180 S. ,••
-.1A311 3 : NelllttElt. •
President or the Select Council.
. • • .1. S. SLAGLE, • '
. President of the Common Couucll.
1). kf.toFkinzon, Clerk of Select Council. •.
H. DlLwouTii, Clerk of ConunOu council.
REtkiTal; to tilen . SEDGi•
is l t
firgolved, 'By the Select and Conimon . Councils of
the City of Altegltrny. That Scdicwick,atreet be and,
it is hereby widened to fort-lour feat, and
that Messrs. WM. CrllAMltkille. JEN
and JAMES tlitAti,k3l. freeholders, be and
they are hereby appointed viewers to view and as
sees the damages and hellcats in accordance with the
provisions or the Act of Ae.seintily, approved May
Ist. .A.,1). Mal * and .that the Clerks of Connella no
thq thew of their appointment.
Ordained and.etiacted into a law this the lAth day
of March A. 11..1868.
JA3IF.B MollßlFilt. •
President of the Select Council.
J. S. S. GAG LE, • . •
President or Callum/1i council.
It. MActrkitudS, Clerk of Select
R.•Dtr,tvtlirru.• Clerk of Common Cannel!. mhP)
MARBLE. 66 SLATEI,I4OIII.ES;
PITTSBURGH-STEAM MARBLE AND SLATE WORKS.
Office an& Wardroom-319 and -BMI'ViIIEATY
STIIEST. Mantle Warisroomon second door.
Persons arai.o lte les7
it to their interest'AO; Work;anshlprot-;ez
cutniriewris a sw 7 l,l:Esar
hale become discolored he Mae, t or
be Marbleised and made to laok as well as new.
...There is no other place In. Western Penhsylvanla
Where Slate Mantles ar e matintictrited. • -,
- All kinds of Marble WOrledont Inthebestroanner. ,
'Marble.Cutters aupplled with hawed Marble at NaSte
ern prices , carriage added. WALLACE.
nole:d . = - • .
ATA:I3OIIIIW 47 ,
Ex-Officio Jitstice•of the Penci_ and Pollee Magla---
trate. Office. GRANT STREET, opposite the -Ca
thedraL PITTSRVRGH, PA. I
___Deedi Bondi, Mortgages; Acknowledgments,
Vepositions. and all Legal Business-executed with
Tiromptnesi and dispatch. - - ' • rnhl6
USTACE S. MORROW,
EX-OFFICIO JUICE STICE OF THE PEACE XXI)
POL MAG THE D
NO 73 PENNA. AVENUE, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Deeds. - Bonds ' Mortgages, Acknowledgments.
Depositions and all Legal Business executed. with
promptness and dispatch. my
JOSEPH 3f. GAZZAIL J 11. 13UTTZEFIZLD•
DPNASTEP, GAZZAJI & BUTTERFIELD,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
And Solicitors in BankruptCy -
PI'TTS33I7II,IG - 11,
OFFICE, 98 GI:ANT STREET,
thuftice of the Peace, - -
CONVEYANCEK-REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE AST
CARSON STREET, „EAST BIRMINGHAM.
Collection of Bents solicited and promptly attend
ed to. my3:y6o
WlLliAlti H. BARKER,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE; CONVEYANCER,.&C„
Office. CARSON STREET. nearly opposite the
Railway Depot, SOUTH PiriSOUllt-tH.
: Business. entrusted to Lis care Promptly attend
DANIEL. McMEAL, M. D.,
OFFICE AND DESIDENCE,
• • •
No. 51) Grant St., near Ingh.
No. SO Fiftii. eireet,
StiCOND FLOQR. FROST 110031
W . A. LEWIS,
o. 00 Dolatnond Street.
JIMN W. RIDD LL,
A Tin EY-AT- LAW,
Office, No. 135`Fourtli Streets
H. C. MACKRELL,
ATTORNEY-AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, I
No. SO Gtant Street,
JOHN A. STRAIN, • -. .
1 * . • ALICOr,iI3IA.IcI , "
E.T. I FICIO JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND
• POLICE _MAGISTRATE. -
0ff10,.112 FIFTH STREET. oppogite the t athe
drat. Plttshurgh.• Pa. Deeds. Bonds.. Mortgagor,
Acknowledgments, Depositions and all 'Agar Bust
news oxeented with promptness and dispatch.
JOHN C. IticCOMBS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
No. 87 Fifth Stre-et.
Pen•toaa, Bountlrr and Arrrarsof Pay promptly
z.3IITHFIE - I.D'STREET,,PI.TTSBIniari,
Eetps constantly on barola tine assortment of
For the SprinoSeason,
-With a large and complete stock of
DOY§', YOUTHS , AND CHILDREN'S
At the new and teaCting styles, to bC found at
No. 47 ST. CLAIM STREET
JONES & DUFF,
No. 3 ST. CLAIR STREET. base just! brought
from the East a full enpply of SPRING and
,IfER GOODS, CASSPAIERES, VESTING& Ae.,
which tiny aro prepared to rut and make up in
style equal to any shop In the east or west .They
aro determined to deaerre and hope to teeelve fi t
liberal patronage. n022:1234
CARPENTERS & BUILD'.
C& S. FRANCIES,
ARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
Contracts taken for Buildings, Store Fronts and
Jobbing. Particular attention given Heavy
Framing for Foundrica.and Shops of all descriptions.
Nos. 11013 and 205 ROBINSON STREET Vie
gbetry City, Pa.- . ;snifter..
Z 11. PALMER,
• House 'Bander and Carpenter,
Odlce, 'corner of BARKER'S.,rALLY.ir 'apd
QUESNE WAY: t •
Jobbing and -Itepaiting done /with peatness and
dispatch; • jys:b7s •
WILLIAM J. DICI!E;
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
No. 33 PENNSYLVANIA ; AVENUE, opposite
High street, Pittsburgh,. r7l. Itesidenew, N 0.143
Grant street.. • •
Jobbing dune with neatness and dispatch. „All
orders promptly attended to, and satisfaction war
ranted.. . au.llMtii)tWr •
ANT, c..4.:iromx , r - m - xti., 1
BUILDING AND•REPAIKS , promptlp, attegde4
. FERGUSON & BECK,
117 Sraltliffeld Street.
- • HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER,
100 Grant .
o . ppt.elte 6athedrali' PlTTSßUßGH PA
'ULABS'CARDS done to ordet. • ; •
P. It. IICITC111:48014 It. J. grisyliw.
~ . L
• HOUSE - . SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL' PAINTERS,
,R,AINERS AND CILAIEIII3, f=
_ Na 08 Penns. Ayenue, 11$101, 419 . 1101,,
Alllrder, brukall,pkomp;ty 0t0n094,t?.
TOR& CO : AND CIOr
* ' - Manifactatira and Dealers In
Tobaccb, snuff; Piplsolo.;
.No;a FIIDEBAL wr i , allsiciatur
311: 1014 • • •
OTTSBUI:(41 - 1, PA
GRAY A; LOGAN._
M.' W. CANNING:.
T. R. HAI.Z.N
Farewell bennilt and lasi night but one of thst_beat
tlfal Cuban Sylph, `
MLLE ZOE. •
FRIDAY EYX.NINO. March 20th. 1.888,.wa1 be
present , A, the great French drama of
ESMERALDO : OR. THE DEFORMED . - BELL
. - -
RINGER. • , • ,
E.4inerahla, thC GipsylilrlZoe ,
QuashnoPo .............. ... ,
To conclutle'with the glorious farce of ,
' JONES' BABY.
M'ELE ZOE 3IATINEE ON SATURDAY:. t
Monday evening—Fir6t appearance of LOTY.A.
FRED ADIS MANAGER
A'Brllliant Ouatlon greeted the debut of thdf
NEW AND BRILLIANT COMPANY,
AT TUE OLD DRURY.
THIS EVENING; another
BY TUE MONSTRIVUOMPANY
OF - 22:STAII ARTISTES
10 - TRIMBLE'S
VARIETIES THEATRE• .
GRAND EXTRA OCCASION,
BENEFIT OF CHARLEY GARDINER
ITHURSDAYEVENING. , March 19th-on whick
occasion a splendid bill has been prepared.:
• THE VARIETIES MINSTRELS,
In new Songs, Glees, Choruses, &c.
The great drama of the . -
CROSS ROADS- OF LIFE, or THE BOYS OF THR
• , mhll4
FASHIONABLE DANCING ACADEMY ,
At his new Assembly Rooms 51. FIFTH STREET,
opposite Old Theatre. New' Classes now forming.
on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Ladies'. ]fasters' and Misses' Class at 3 P.R. Prof.
COW pin can be seen daily at the Academy, or at
the St. Charles Hotel, where circulars can be ob
tained. Hall to let to'Select Parties. • fee2:l2l
rum° HALL, No. 75' WIMP' STREET, now
open for the reception of pupils. Days of
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 2•P. V., for
Ladles, - .Masters and Misses. Terms, $5. Even
ings for Gents—TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, at'S
o'clock. Terms, 810. Soiree every THURSDAY
EVENING at o'clock. jeMik6l
WLESTERNS INSURANCE - COM..
PANY OF PITTSBURGH.
EXA.NDER NIMICK, President..
WM. P. HERBERT Secretary.
CAPT. GEORGE NE'ELI). General Agent.
Office, 82 Water street, Spang & Co.'s Ware.
house, up stairs, Pittsburgh. -.. ' -
Will ir..:ure against all kinds of .Fire ' and Marine
Risks. A home Institution.• managed by Directors
who are well known to the community, and-who are
determined by promptness and ; liberality to main
tain the character which they have assumed, as of
fering the best protection to those who desire to be
_ . _ .. ..
Alexander Nlnalck, John It. McCune,
R. Miller, Jr., Chas. J. Clarke,
James McAuley, S. Evans,
Aletander Speer, Joseph Klikpatrick,
'Andrew Ackleu,. Reymer,
David M. Loug, Wm:-Montion,
I). Ihrusen. now
INSURANCE COMPANY OF PITTTSBURGH.
OFFICE, 2111Fri - 1-STREET, BANK BLOCK.
This Is a Home Company, and insures against losi
by Fire exclusively. ; ; - •
LEONARD WALTER. President:-
C. C. BOYLE Vice President.
ROBERT PATRICK, Treasurer.
HUGH MeELHENY, Secretary.
Goo. W Evans,
J. C. Lappe,'
J. C. Flatter,
C., C. Boyle,
Robert Patrick, ' -
Jas. H. Hopkins,
AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO. OF PHILADELPHIA.
OFFICE. 433 & 437 CHESTNUT ST., NEAP. 3ra.
- Di nEcvons: - , ,
Charles W. Baucker , 1 Mordecai H. Louts,
Tobias Wagner, • I David S. Brown, . .
Samuel Grant, ' Isaac Lea, _
Jacob R. Smith, 1 'Edward C. Dale,.
4 , ' eorge W. Richards. George Palos.
. CHARLES G. BAN KER, President. •
- EDW. Ci'. DALE, Vice Freaident.
W. C. STEELE, Secretary,pro tem. ,
, J. GARDNER COFFIN, AGENT, •
• North West corner Third and Wood Streets.
A — --
LLEGAIENY INSURANCE COM-
P ANT OF PITTSBURGH. ..
OFFICE, No. 81-EIFTH STREET, Bioix BLOCH.
. ' •
ifipires against all kinds of Fire and Marine Risks.
JOHN IRWIN, Ju., President. '
' JOHN D. hIcCORD, Nice President.
t ., ..,C. 0.- DONNELL, Secretary. ' , .
CAPT. Whl. DEAN, General Agent.:
John Irwin; Jr, ' ' Crpt.'Wm. Dean.
John Ls. McCord, B. L. Fahnestoch,
C. G. Hussey, .
,R Li. Brenton, .
Harvey Childs, , Robert H. Davis,
T..J. llosklnson, .' . Frauds - sawn.
Charles Hays, , Capt. J. T. /Rockdale.
OPLES 3 INSTIL&NCE COM•
OFFICE, N. E. COR,3IER WOOD & F):FTH STS
A lioFne gompany, tatting Flue sud Mirine Risks
Capt. John L. Ithoada,
Samuel P. Spriver,
. Wm. F. Lang,
Samuel MeCtickart. '
lON. General Aent. .
Jobn E. Parke,
Clapt: JaMes.lllller, •
James D.' Verner;
ZOIIN WATT, vice
CAPT. JAS.. (.101t.D
HE lON HOUSE.
' he untiersigneci beg to Announce to their friends
and the public that they bate Tueehased this . OLD
ESTAIILIntIED and POPULAR gOUSN,
No: 344 TalbektyF ,Steeet,
•• • .
And w 111 continue to keep it in,lho hest style. The
MANSION - floutiE has over one hundred ' , crams, all
newly furnished In the ',Motile, and'only two Ma
ntes' walk from the idalirmid pot.. Trelelont wfll
And this house an excellent one to stoti ht, and will
be accommodated onyholir, - Msy or night. •
Ccomeetedtwlth the '=House Is , a gulendid Hall for
Families or iihigle persons tit enHoard by, the
day, week or month, with or Without rooms.
nONDUCTED ON .THE EUROPE..
LA.K.. - t.
No ,405 Sandi 4O ,X4borty et..
Criipinite trOciii , petiot, PIriSBURGH.
JAMES K LANAHAN, Proprietor,
This house is newly built- and , splendidly furnish
ed; and convenient to all the Railroads coming into
the • city. Strangers visiting the city will find thus
very convenient and economical' plan. You secure
your room and pay for your swabs as yen get them.
The Restaurant connected with this hotel is open at
'all boors of the day and might.' Balls :and parties ,
aup pli e d ;with Stippers shortest notice and
reasonable rates.. . . astemsg
g r...LAwiuocz noir-rig
N. Cerner` Feint - and Canal Streets,
.' s trOirifseirry
.J.421.1Ar 9 - ,
• , I + , ',' +l7l '
- , 'Ott bi, e Irae Weil thotougttly - refitted and noir!
if ' thin;ineetilt•ot,tlt - L tetitim
ad , open to qut
.Public. .-' i. - --' 1 . , !;• ' , Ji ~ loft 1..a:11:->.
.• :', .-.r 1
o°D: ''' - -' l /' Ds A R lif.s-'-
. ~ ,
:, , . „..n.04.4 AR,TA ..•-,
i- -1 .CHEAP BREA D ,
~ ills. l ar i a t, and
...4 ' vaklinitilx ' • Ask
• , die • tb.r vv, ~,.... ?w , ,,IiC otk ' e ta . '
1211. i itil. 4-.31. '4":i . ' I' l . Pala"
b4t^ 'O . :. 4 !r 104 300te '!MI;
• Air virdt,o,,... '? . .
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