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. AND s u B uRBAN Trial of the Steam Engine Independence.
va ' ' - '''' --- 2 - 1 •a,Tinirrideporitisane Stearn Fire En
of Alderman Janus L. fliatherland— gine was tested - - yester day L afternoon, pre-
Deathf i the bands of
- Coroners Inquest, paratory to accepting it from
* ; , 1 , •ro b i f'. ..._
The ileilth of Aldeiman James L. Suther- the- inanuiartnrers, the Arnoskeaft, Man-,
nificturing Company , .
land, of the Tenth m ard, which occurred T Chester, N. H.,
Tlie machine h .
Thursday night or Friday orng, was a '
wine is tv very
one, of elaborite w orkmanship and, splen
very sudden and unexpected one. Mr. S.
had been in in health
.4 . 40 . some • time, did finish, li a§ first tested a the corner of
to be improving, Market and Water streets- Owing to the
but recently was thought
face that the Lowry plug there was out of
and the day before his deathats well ins for order, refusing to supply ane ..sstry quan
several dsott,prexious thereto, Ari bad been tity of water, and Al wharfuse the owners
much betKt 4liiii t 6 111ittaf antrittertaftig to of freight on thy Prevented the
throwing is water on the ground usually
ins business regularly. He occupied an used for testing purposes, thus compelling
office on Diamondstreet, near Cherry alley, the throwing against the wind ,up Market
and slept in an adjoining room. He retired street, the trial was not satisfactory. The
to bed Thursday evening between nine trial resulted in throwing a solid stream
and ten o'clock, and about'eight o'clock through a DA inch`nozzle, the distance of
the next morning Mr. J. .N..10 1 .4 0 wrY
, who 262 fdet. Net satisfied with this result, the
occupies the office m itli him, went to. the engine was taken to the corner of Liberty
place and on looking into Mr. Sutherland's
J ana Morris street, and with an ordinary
sleeking room, at the, rear of tbe office, sit t li i i; slug was tried with very satisfactory re
the. Jilleinum lying on hist bed, with init. Through aI% inch nozzle a solid
clothing ou, and apparently dead. He xv,as stream This mat 2T2 feet, and through the
lying partly on his face t with one, hand same sized nozzles tuo heavy solid streams
doubled under him. Going up Whim, Mr. were thrown to the great distance of 22.5%
McClowry found bun quite dead and cold. feet This extraordinary result of the ea-
The faceoleck and breast were very,much
liacity of the elegant new steamer gave it
discolored. proud place amongst the best throwers of
Coroner Clawson was notified, im- the city, and the Committee at once accept
nneled a jury, and, After .yiewing the e d it. • The engine worked smoothly and
boly, adjourned the inquest until half-past with scarcely any jarring of machinery.
four:o'clock, in order to allow a postmortem R will at once go into service. We con
examination to be made. gratulate Or friends in the Ninth ward, on.
The jury convenadaLthe hour appoint- the possession of such a creditable steamer,
ed, when Dr t Ge6r II eCook, Sr., who
made the posniertel z, ed as folio , : .
ip k a s it reflects much credit to their public
spirit and enterprise.
Dr. George . : evz ./ sworn ~,,,. de ~ , ___.L.:4 4 ,,, _—_- ~ f.
a post mortem . • al.
, ti • 0 of th.
~", ed No Smoking Allowed,
and am satisfi • 4 . it'' ,ed 0r..;, .plexy.
On exatninati , ~ '-. elo ' • ''• all the
1A few evenings since three prominent
, , "ifitly,, %- . ,Apoplexy business men of the city were on board car
occurs in sober d hilts-.men. No. 4of the Citizens Passenger Railway
Am quite pDsiti t .l* ha_ lita 1
e --- and being the only passengers they con'
his death. -,.,..*'••' i, - - 72,,,...r" -- ",
This t ra4tfietlitiniony-of any;lmpor eluded to take a smoke. The rules of the
twice en •
„,, gully jurt Ten- Company positively forbid smoking either
dexed the owing "Ifirdilit`i;"-4 on or in the cars, and the conductor, Harry
"That a aaltilames L. Sutherland came Palmer, who, by the way, is one of themost
to his death on the night of 30th of April, obliging on the• road, politely requested
or the 'morning of the first of May. in the them not to smoke. They insisted upon
Tenth ward, Pittsburgh, and that Ms death doing so, whereupon the entire party were
was caused by apoplexy." ejected from the ear. One of the smokers
Deceased was about thirty-six years of feeling himself aggrieved, appealed to the
age and unmarried. He boarded with his law to console his wounded dignity. He
brother on Fourth street, and slept in the made information before Alderman Taylor,
roam attached to his office. For several. charging the conductor - with assault and
years he has been quite extensively kJ:Latin:4 l _battery. The conductor was arrested and
and has taken a prominent part in certain after a hearing dismissed, the Alderman
political movomedla. He was a member of however, reserving his decision until to:
Company I, 12th Regimentimder Colonel day, when the conductor will doubtless be
Campbell,. and (subsequent belonged to finally discharged and the prosecutor re-
Battery "H," Independent Light Artillery, quired to pay the costs.
(Nevin s). His many friends will regret
his sudden and untimely departure from
Explosion and Fire.
Between six and seven o'clock yesterday,
, „ n . expl .
morning aosion and fire occurred at
the patent roofing manufactory of Mr.
James McCtme, on Mulberry alley, be
tween Carson and Allegheny streets. It
appears that the valve of the boiler, in
which the gas tar was prepared, became
disordered in some manner, and the melted
tar boiled over into the furnace. fire. The
flames of the Inanifig -tar communicated
with the gas in the pipe through which the
raw tar was pumpeil into the boiler from a
large tank under the ground some distance
away. Through this pipe the fire was al
most instantly convey!id to the tank men
tioned, and an explosion of the tank fol
lowed. The burning tar was scattered
through the building, and the latter, a long
wooden structure, was speedily in flames.
The'alarm was communicated from box 62
Independence engine house, in the Ninth
ward, to which the entire fire department
responded promptly, but before the fn e
could .be extinguished, the building Was
much damaged. At - the time of the ex
plosioti two men named George Barrington
and Henry Serrel were standing near the
tank, and were both injured. Serrel re-
ceived only slight injuries. Barrington
, was quite seriously hurt, receiving 'severe
burns on his face, arms and breast. His
injuries are not thought to be dangerous.
The,lqss by the fire will reach 6800, and
there isno' insurance.
• Coroner's Inquests Held -in April, ISGS.
During the month of April Coroner Claw
son held inquests as follows; -
April 6th; felnite fouild in the
Seventh wardrBth, Mattias field, killed by
coal cars at Braddock's Fields; 10th. Lance
APpleby, died , 'suddenly ^ of epilepsy; 12th,
William Siebereisen, accidentally shot in
Duquesne borough; 14th, Charles Gerberd
ing, fell down a flight of stairs in a saloon
on Pennsylvania avenue and broke his
neck; 15th Enoch Mclntyre, sudden.death
from natural causes, 16th, B. Ratienbuch
ler, heart disease, Birmingham; 17th, Hen
ry Strottlioff, suicide at East Liberty; 21st,
Joseph Moung, infant, drowned in a rain
barrel Troy Hill, Allegheny; 21st, Jas.
Fleming, Mag. ee street, from naturalcauses;
21st, John Mfchel, killed at Keeling's coal
works, Lower St. Clair township; 26th, Jno.
Murphy, killed on Connellsville Railroad
at • Braddock's Field; 27th, *James, Berry.
killed by Citizens' Passenger -
28th, Charles Kehrein, suicide at Brad
dock's Field; 29th, Martin ConnoridroWned
in the Monongahela river; 30th,
Cox, killed by coal, cars at Port Pery.
..._.lC'itt,9ll•4l„,, . tY•
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Dr. A. ''‘.i. mcCandlesa;;Physiclin to the
Board. of Health, reports rtbi3 following in
ferments in the city 'of Pittsburgh, frorri
ApdU9tb to-April:26th, INS:, , i . - . i '2:
Mew; 161 „,
White....:. 26 ? ~..,
Ffiliales... 10 'Colored—. 3 i 4 .".‘ , ••••••- V
Diseases—A nits : ConsUmption, ' bi - Ili- 1
sammation of the Lungs, 1; Natural Causes,
:1; Concussion of Brain, 1: Fracture of Lbub,
- I;;Vid, Age 1. Chronic Bronchitis, l• Can
ti_elft!tSfeali nee:, t4"-.17 - ci Voluire
-sonactuogs Meningitis, 2; Inanition, 2;
~ 1; Typhoid Fever,. 1; Premature
l ri . ro Ge ph n y e
1;A p ß th u o pt us ur S e, tim i ra ti c 3 e .pe ,
, r p al f
"'Heart, 1; Croup, 1-12. • .
Of the above there were: Under one year,
9; from one to tiVo, 1; two to five, 1, five to
ten 1; fifteen to twerity,2;, twenty to thirty,
2; thirty to•foity,7; 'fatty tia :My. '1; fifty
to sixty, - 2; sixty to seventy,2; eighty to
nimity,a.,:is:C , .. Ei if., . a ;,.; ',, :: . :.,
4 4,00 4 .139 y plow:mol t ..
About five o'clockfast evening. Patrfck
Finsieity; aAittlstfliy otsiatieoen qatits/of
age, syaskrowiled in Clio Alleglseny v ilY,er,
near tfierYelnd 4 4 14 lithe 3ellolii iiasiyiny
ing on an oil boak-twhen be lost his tboting
and fell overboard. There were several
ssniaelsjtdien od flie'briet'with'isim at lbe
time bat none of them, large enough to
give s him any asSistance; and before asSist
ance avrista4 fie 4isciVeaTrect. The body
bad ilitikt y fttoVdtell le fed o'cloolc, last.
A. WieW at „the Glrens.—A disitraCeful
row occurredsikthe titrodSdnEast.tnrithile
ham. Thursday night. About the time th 6
entertainmerasleseda_sart c g "
TIVIONLI ling, %M k I..th e 21 -.who
cal). ha shoyfaientp jilkasstisqikice, Vfl o r
a :moped. 1 Anima9r
cob •iv stones were thrown through e
crowd more than afetv:
row was in progress soinVthier
ti4eir rtaitatit o t
iing 0 ,1 eac r nio
Another FOlse eteuse Can.—Mrs,
laher, a widow, was charged b a r malsrl
man Thomas, on oath of .11k,
with obtainio: ' 8 li g er 4te ln ig
Graham 4w - e .• "
and he alleges that the, emuled., obtains
goods from him to the amount of natty
collars by -certain. false • • • tattoos.
Mrs...Gallaher was, 01 40 1 to
• ti ffi t hsr i ltr o fti Istq ALCM'
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Monthly Report of the Superintendent of the
Fire Alarm Telegraph.
Alr7. S. T. Paisley, Superintendent of the
Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph, furnishes
the following report of tires and alarms
during the month of April: There were
ten alarms during the month. One - hund
red and sixty-nine blows were struck 'on
the great bell in sounding alarms. , and two
hundied and forty blows in • striking the
hours. The most serious fire of the month
was that the Fort Pitt Works, on the 22d
inst. The total loss daring the month was
$2,230, and on this there was an insurance
of $1,900. Fifty-three police messages were
sent and received . ,
Assaulted a Woman.
A. W. Holtzman, residing in the 'Fifth
wani, Allegheny„yesterday made informa—
tion-hefore-tiaerinan I;lcMasters, charging
DaVid Davis with assault and battery. It
appears that Davis, - who is ~a boy about
eighteen years of age; re<Ades with his
father in a house adjoining that of the
prosecutor, and the families, as neigbors
sometimes , do, quarrerefl about some very
trifling matter, since when an ill feeling
has existed between them. Yesterday
morning, the prosecutor alleges, Davis
attacked Mrs. - Holtman and struck her
with a hatchet. Davis was arrested and
helcVto bail for.his appearance at Court-
Larceny of liaruess.—John E. Morgan,
proprietor of the Farmers' Hotel, at the
corner of Ferry and Fourth streets, made
information before the Mayor, yesterday,
charging James Marion with the larceny of
a bridle and line valued at three dollars.
It is alleged that quite a number of articles
have been stolen from the stable connected
with the hotel recently, and on Thursday
night a man was placed en watch to catch
the thief. He concealed himself in the
stable, and had not been tbere long when
hd Obseiirdd - tlie i - ae - iiiea . cciin9 in and take
the articles -Mentioned: -:HeLvho-hrreste d
and after a hearing held for COurt.
Choice Groceriesv—The Diamond Front
Grocery store of Messrs. Mcßride Ja George,
Federal street, 'Allegheny, has recently
been supplied with a very large and judi
ciously assorted stock of choice groceries,
embracing:teas, coffees, sugars; ,syrups,
spices, canned and dried fruits, and all
table and housekeeping goods. -Wholesale
dealers will find that they can purchase to
decided 'advantage at this well Managed
house; while retail patrons are , supplied
With groceries at very reasonable prices.
Call in and be convinced. .
New Niusic,'-;We -have received, from
Messrs. H. 'Risher & Bro., Pittsburgh, a
copy of a sweet and charming new ballad
entitled “The Land Beyond , the Sea." The,
words are froarthe,gifted pen of onr fellow
citizen, James•M. Mitcrnm, Esq. ' the mu
sic from the opera of ' Torquato Tasso," ar
ranged by W. H. Everson,' Esq., and dedi
cated to - Mrs. 'N. G. Macrurn. The' ballad
will w certainly , and at once enter into the
catalogue of popular current rnuide, a posi
tion its merits demand. Messrs.. .R.leber
dc Co. have it for Sale..*'
The Circus.—Thayer &Noyes' Great Com
bina-tion CirctiS Menagerie; -give
two exhibitions in Allegheny. Cily to-day,
this afternoon and evening. Monday it
wilLopen on the Red Lionlot in this city,
.andremain one week. This is: said to be
one ;of the largest. and best shows now
traveling: ..The • menEtgerie ,coinprises
greater ..variety of Wring curiosities . than
any.other show in the country, And the
circus oomprises some of the best talent 'in'
the arena, They Will doubtleas.4o. a thrlV.
inibbaineSti - • • =
Disorderly r I
llonse.—Annie Keeny was
charged with -keeping a. disorderly house
on oath of Morris IdcOne, before Alderman
Butler„yksiterdey, The_ accused, reside, in
the Sixth-Ward; and itzls alteged'keeps"tt
very disorderly house, where, parsons of
lewd habits frequent, greatly to the annoy
ance of all good people Am the
hood. The female was arrested, and after
a hearing, in default' of the- raittired bail,
was committed to jail to answer a t . Court,
A Ctitlery Buiduess.—James nu es yes
terday male iniOrmation before A lderman
Strain( charging William "Jones: with ,the
lagenypi Alotot.cutlery..-,lt , appears
Jones was acting up l agenkfor the prosecutor
fn the sale, of hardware' 'Mid' cutlery, and
PPro.Ptialq,47—alValititY of the.
_pis own use. e was arrested ands
i b i el t rin g"
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After Him.- -()leer Btcluoto of Abe May: ;
Police yesterday startpd_to Boyer af
ter piildrillaWiiihn law pfayea theAharp
7 , * ?matting ra ft of lumber
rrom, soiretrortiti, thp Mayor halW
ntrfdrtrieft - ,tb0 1 2 0 , '4 I VV I SIM'
ho raft; -' ' ' ' ' ;
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111441 Ititeki6iieiiiM , ,. ';LID: lOU ' ''.
Belling. The senAla r aithies in the 7th
Ward. A lin irralbrlaisarres‘
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teed ".ateitirlika. ii
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PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: SAT U RDAY, MAY 2. 1868
EvidOnce of SM.
Tfeaftiettirhalrbereil liferestirik-Wtt-nie - . for -7- The' abeiv - e" well knoWre stinither' mart,
the last ten yearly soth.s.tll..eguld not hear a 1 which itychartninglv situated , in 0110 of the
clock tick. I applied to Dr. Aborn, 134 I ,m_ost pleasant, healthful and romantic
prnithfreild street, and after eight days' treat- curves on the bank of the • beautiful Ohio,'
ment I can now hear a watch tiekdistinetly, t about ten miles distance from the city, at
and am s „ till improv ‘ i A n i ! m '
sox t3oorism3.- llaysville , station on the line of the. P. Ft.
W Ar,. C'' It R., will 15e opened shortly for
BROCKWAYVILLE, Jefferson,. Co., Penny., l'
the summer season, under the auspices of
:Nlay 1, 1868. , fi r , \f. B. Miller, and willte so conducted
, e and managed as to rank• high amongst the
most - popular pla .s cf recreation. It is
surrounded with s:, ings of crystal water
of medicinal qualit ~ together with flower
gardens, parks, p :menades, gymnasium,
wings, tenpin , lleys and all the
ther auxiliaries to the eejoyment of
ests. The sere' •- of asteward ofinany
yews' experience in first-class hotels have
( i n
been secured for t: e season, and aided by
all necessary help the patrons can depend '
on receiving eve attention conducive to
their pleasure. T: e terms are very reason
able, :and we kno . of,no place which offers
such attractions : those who would seeure
all the pietist:res . : f-the country retreat and
yet be t ,within a :w . minutes ride of - our
bustling city, the trains pasliing very often
everyday. Mr.: ' er, the proprietor, can
be seen at the je elry store of Wattles Sr.
Sheafer, No. 101 'ifth street, from 4:15 to 5
o'clock P. At. eve • day, of whom full in
formation may 13: obtained.
mYLVANUS J. ZENT'R, suffered with a
sore eye for twelve years. applied to Dr.
Aborn, and in a few days Was restored to
si ht. ' • S. J. ZM.iTZ.
FOREST COUNTY, PENNA.
After long suffering *obi deafness, I ap
plied to. Dr. Aborn and believe he has
permanently effected a cure after a few ap
plications. TO persons troubled with 'dis
eases of the Ear, I •heartily recommend Dr.
Aborn, of 134 Smithfield street.
- trENRY YONES.
39 OHIO STREET, ALLEGHENY.
Chronic Catarrh and Deafness.
All diseases of the Eye; Ear, Head, Throat.
and Lungs, successfully treated by Dr.
Aborn,,No, 134 Smithfield, street. , _ tf
Pure Country Milk
.scan of milk of 400 degrees test by the,
lactometer, whichme understand to be ex
actly pure milk—no more -and no less--
was kindly sent to us from the Country
Milk Company's Depot; corner of Fourth
_and Rosa streets, Wm.• Thomas agent. ,The
%only . instrument in our possession for de
termining the truth of the reported pprity
of this milk was our palate, which, how
ever,,iir so 'unused to pure milk that we
can only testify that since we lived, on: a
farm, we have not tasted . a lacteal beverage
so rich:and luscious as this. It is mom
featly a stranger to pump or hydrant, and
with verylittle.coaxing would resolve -it
self into butter or cheese.' We advise our
readers to' see to it if this "Milk Company"
is not the best cow in town.
G t o to Iloltzhaimer's for a good-meal
The best restaurant in the city.
The most orderly andchumly.i i
Meals served at all hours.
Green peas, g.reen onilne,zreen salad
All the novelties of the market.
All the garnes'and fish in Season.
The bar supplied with best wines. •
Best ales and beers always on tap.
Patronize lioltzheimer's Continenal.
• Fifth street, next door Postoillee.
Menagriuns to order, at Pittoek's.
French and merican,i3oc: and: upward.
Large assortment, I.:ery cheap.
Balmoral in great variety.,
Handkerchiefs, 10 and 12e, eacb.. •
Just receiveo this day at Burns & Cangh- Wid e
ey's new ,drug store, corner Penn - and St. .
Clair streets, the finest assortment of drugs, Hemmed Handkerchiefs, only 25c . each
Linen Shii t Fronts, . •
chemicals, porfumerv, pomades, cologne,
Sewed, wog en, Plain and Embroidered
soapseand toilet articles of every descrip- pi „ a ,,
tiqu. A very large assortment of English I white and Colored, all_qualities.
and Scotch ales, wines, brandieo, whiskies whit e G oo d s,
of the best brands for medicinal purposes.
Also, a very large stock of fine segars and Pliiid, Check, Striped, Plain,,
In great variety,
mineral waters of all kinds' Remember ,
the place. --.8.--
Bums A: CAUM:MY, . I
Cor. Penn and St. Clair streets. 5,000 eopies of the Real Estate Register
• ,to be, distribnted gratuitously. Don't fail
Living Curiosities at Burnell's Museum. to get one.. - •
Moral entertainment at Burnell's Mu
Ladies' Hose, • - t • .....-....
B tt' Fl im 1closely; embles the
• Itisse'l'.}l°s"e, ..
I 'odor grue s . or d e
Gent's Half Hose. , - • - f flo v
Boy . s'Half Hose, - of a rare an de Fa g bouquet.9.._ %-,
ers and in this respect stands unrivalled.
Beginning at 121(c per pair for really good
qualities, and running np into the fine A few drops will leave its peculiar and de
lightful fragrance upon the handkerchief
grades, all very cheap, At Barker's. i for many hours. , .
' I BURNETVii COLOGSr. is equal to the oest
N. - Y. Evening Post at 10 a. in. daily I imported. It is put up in a neat•and ole
(Sunday also,) at Pittock's. • t gant style, and wina for itself a favorite
- - - 0,------ . ! place on the dressing table. Its intrinsic
Initialed paper at Pittock's. , ' . I merits really justify the high reputation. in
---i which it, is held.-;- - PrOfdencc Journal. . •
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Get the Best Genuine Vulcanite.--Don't
invest in any "new base,"' but , get that
which has been tried for years, and proved'
to possess all the requisites for "a good set
of teeth." Dr. Scott continues to manu
style, at pricea• which defy 'competition.
'No. 278 Penn street, third door above Hand.
Real Estate Ilegister.—We are indebtep
to Messrs. Croft A: Phillips, the responsible
and well known real estate dealers and in
snrance agents',for a copy of the May iinnt
ber of their Real Estate issue. It con
tains soli&dy-four pages ;of description of
real estate in city, town and country, offer
ed for sale by this enterprising drill.
Private kalc.—This day will be , sold by
private sale to all eitho call, at wholeiale or
retail, the very elegant stock of custom
made boots,;`shoes• and' gaiters,• for men,
women and children, at -rkiltliscm, Van
hookFs: ,IdeClellind'a auction:, rooms, Nos.
55 and 57 - I'ifth street.
Aromatic Coifees.—At the old established
tea mart of. Joseph -.A. Robinson, No. 20
Fifth streetr-there has just been opened a
very fine lot of freshly imported coffees of
delicious aromatic brands, which house
keepers...eau obtain at _very ...reasonable
Fresh Teas.---Flousekeepets will.lind at
Joseph A. Robin Son's old established tea
mart, No. 20 Fiftitstreet, a fresh and inviting
stock of fresh teas of spring , importation,
warranted pure and' free from any adul
teration. The prices are very reasonable.
For any and everything in the lino of
trimmings, notions, straw goods, laces, em
broideries and general - furnishing goods,
go to Moorhead's, Igo. 81 Market street.
where a 'very excellent collection is offered,
at most reasonable prices. _
Pure sPieei and.ginceries, syrups, sugars,
canned fruits; table sauces and condiments,
toijet soap?, driftd very-rea
sornible prices, at the old' established lea
',mot of Joseph A. Robinson, No. 20 Fifth
Web' „,trizanlin'gs . .land novelties, new
styles, received, daily at , W. W. Moorhead's
fashionable trimming notion' house, No. 81
Market, street, at, , resyxkriable prices.
Ladies* Uuderilething. - -Bates dr. Bell;
No. 21 Fifth tftrei 4ry'goods dealers, make
a epee...laity of iadiOle• underclothing Of all,
styles MO, descriptions.' These goods are
in the cloak.; room , and in the exclusive
Charge of .the ladies in keeping of that.
payinteAft. The , firm Dave_ on hand a very
fine assortment ofgeneral arY . , - gebiii; to
which they' invite attention.k%
copies of old' picture's &irefully aiid'ap
tistically taken at S. V. Allbee's photo-
graphic rooms, Nos. 2 and 4 St. Clair street.
Card Photegraphsi the l est i anA clearest,
can be °Milled :at ff. 'T; , Allbtie's rooms,
Nos. 2 and 4 St. Clair street.
Ladles' furnishing goods at W. W Moor
bead's No. 81 Market street embracing al
the Integsbores atve:iirtoskzade prices.
The PSI* to:.get 'White Lime Calcined
P.kister, Hydrimite - ,lceeveti, h4.a1, , , R.: F 4,,...
ir f elsr e, 167 First street. 1 .", V.
t . likfii* Slate Mittiledixid •Rtieaustio
it t=iiiv hankat D . R Eeker'e ,
rr en's furnishing_ goods of all the
4: , 9.,t' , • - e i -1, t.,; • ';'
..„.. . • -
Gas Fitt ' ~ . ,y,tiended to
M e rra a ty i ". c4 itowacis
, 1 4:r .
l ee ,
.h t ,y , T , ..:1` ;, . ,
} fly). f...;=•-!!- - ;': -, ' ' . -, ci.- V;.,..ii. , V 1 )
Fire Brick: . + .: ; !ILAN, ,in any'ltititt;:'
ity, at D. R. ~, ' Aloctestripci
Pate u 4 i t we i , yhk.A4A44; Ila6d at
T. TativetAWl ' . wood atii3it...
I, .1 .&
et . :t h tia l,,,,w 4y . • '..25 .. lair acat
Hosiery and Gloveg.
The filverDitle Suaiziter Resort:
It is an actual fact that oda train Of can
recently wrecke. • the only thing 'saved
from damage • d destruction was a large
Saratoga trunk , hich, on- close inspection,
proved tocontain the wardrobe of ti'newly
married bride on her bridal. tour. This
trunk was examined' closely, and need we
say that it turned out - to be one of Liebler's
--everybody. -knows Joseph Liebler, the
proprietor of tne premium trunk factory,
No. 104 Wood street—manufacture. It was
made to stand rough handling, and it ef
fectually accompliahedthat purpose. Lieb-.
• ler manufactures out of then best material,
* employs the best workmen and sells at the
chl 3 aPest Igioes. He'deals' in , all sorts of
, trunks, carpet sacks, valises, fic. Give
' him h. call for anything in his line. •
If you want to buy a Farm ' don't fail to
get a Real Estate Register. Office No. 139
Burnell's,Museum is &permanent insti
Call and get the Real Estate Register, at 1
Croft Az Phillips'. , Office 139 Fourth .street. : c TAKERS ARLES & PEEBLES, .
AND LIVER] STABLES, corner of
. S. INDUSKY STREET-.AND CHURCH-AVENUE,
Ba Kangaroos at AlurnelPs Musetun. I Allegheny City. where their COFFIN ROOMS are
. - , . • • constantly supplied with real :‘.nd imitation Rose
, wood. Mahogany and Waluut Collins, at'Prices va-
The war among the dentists continues ; rying from 4.1 - to .100. Bodies prepared for inter-'I
unabated, and in Pittsburgh it rages high i T i e n t dmr u si l a n u g a ti auzi , s i g f e rt s ;
=Vil ic ligrO'pen
as ever; although' it is new a generally con- i At an hours, day and night.
ceded fact that Dr. G. W. Spencer "No. 254 lOllO OBERT T. RODNEY. (J DER-
Pennstreet. has,the principal portion of; jt TAKER AND EMBALMER "N0. , 15 OHIO
the respectable trade -in :his own hands., STREET, Alleghenv, and No. 'SO DIAMOND
Were it necessary we should - enter - into a ' onts i cW't i t i g i l .e. ° s l T2t i gi, n iLseNTOOi i ,Viinu al taa
detailed account, giving the - reasons for imitation Rosewood Collins. - Walnut Coffins from
this tact; as it is, however, for the present i !Mir . ogs 9 i- R°s"rtri Collins up‘ads, all
we only refer our readers to his advertise- ; pirnished at lourrares. ° &ape ar , al t gs, Plat e e nr a s in
Meta in another:column. - ' I Engraving furnished gratis. Office open day' and
. _.m...____ - i night.
___ ___ _. --
send yOur address to Croft Az, Phillips, 139
Fourth street, for a Real Estate Register-
Ed Per 'Pain—More of those beautiful
Kid Gloves, at Barker's.
The Variety is unlivaited- , -English and
'rench paper of every pattern, at Piatock's.
Houses and Lets.--This day at 33VO'clock
p tn., on the premises, will be sold two
Two -Story Frame Houses, four rooms
each. The lotifront Sixty-seven feet - each
on Meadow street and extend ono hundred
and fifty-one feet bark to an alley. See
advertisement of Smithson, Vanhook &
Have you seep Croft ,& Phillips' Real Es
tate Register ? .Office 139, Fourth.street.
,Y_lttork for . Base' Ball
Wonderful Tvidis, B urn ellu . trr Museum._
Horses, Mules and Wagons at Auction.- , .
This morning, at 10 o'clock, at the Soho Oil
Works; Dinwidditi •strtet,Avill be sold by
auction, three horses, two mules, wagons,
harness, saddles. Etc. See advertisement
of.limithlion,yAnlrok 6c Mocielland. z •
Dickens' works and Dickens' photos, at
Admirers of the beautiful in nature ap-,
predating that which is of meriti wi l Ind
the flagrance "of Woodworth's “Flor del
Espiritu Santo," the most enchanting and
delidous odor lit thO , Fot sale by all
Family Portitdbiof all , sliea taken at the
shortest notice and in the highest style of
srt at S. V. A.ll.lme's new photograph.roons.
Nes. 2 and 4 'St: Clair street:-
All the novelties in straw goods,.bonnets,
fraikles %., flowers and triruniiiitrn at W. W.
litoOth4tita'ti No 81: Market street at reason=
. . .
abl? prices. .. :'.. . . .
lffleipitit”.btees and =enibroide'ries-at-W.
111tKalienti's fashionable retail trimming
e, No 'Bl litaritet street, - at reasonable
Psiitles eniiil.ratitig South or` West will
find :it tot their interest to , call at No. 189
Fourth . ifiXpeA
_and get a 'Real Estate Rig:
Landscape, arid views 'of all descriptions
taken in the best style of
by fil; N. , ! tithes, Nos. 2 and 4 Bt. Clair
pite4 Force Pumps put down anywhere
ordein3d, at reasonsbleAlciA la T:T. Ewebs,
No: 165 Woocl street, •
PI ttl~C *frie 4 jr.eirdefteri — Talon-attend
ed to promptly blo illwens, No. 165
Wef rest,, •
Ategulil O t t ,pFe.ll4idpiert4p44,
tended t o. 11.. • us, s*O.l 1 6500 d,
street. • . "." u r -
_" • e , *"Alir g
W. 4 Art /4c4i-
No'. 4 rlderket street, at reasonable
A .1 , Ts. • •„. -
...46s 14; iWar gi a) 's' t 6 rt .
•or • +l-Sts s r
• . tuff )4+,4 Ico3 Tsr.4
- • 1:t tg A ~17' V.Trik It ,')
• • ...tt I r^,4l .Nato t-rqf
Opened this Morning
AT-liiirnr.4",,Seinplefit,:-160-'-and -182 Federal I
streets, Alle m. glie 1
• Plain and beaded Parasols,
' Cotton and Silk Sun Umbrellas,
' &v., Sze. - '
Also a very large, assortment ofthe most,
fashionable Shades of Alpaeas,
Wool Delains; - - '
Irish Poplins,' '
Light and Dark Cassimeres„
Balmoral and Hoop Skirts, ' •
White and Colored Comas,
Kid Gloves, • ~
I' ( Fringe , Halt Bands,
and other P ney Goods,
I, At very low p ces at wholesale and retail
at Wm. Semp e's, 180' and 182 Federal st.,
Allegheny. , ' '
The Real . ate Register contains de
scriptions of Farms, Mills, Stores, Country
Seats, - Hotels, Mineral Lands, Sze., Jrc.
Office 139 Fourth street
1 1P0011 TOIL'S COLD."
How warm soe'er the genial sun '•
May look in kindness on the earth.
In Tom Jones veins no cheering warmth ••
Dispels the gloomy sorrow.of hiasoul. •
.Dyspepsia, like a goblin, hunts him down.
Ague, grim chamberlain. lights hirn'to bed.
While Dullness, Vertigo and Headache dire
With fiercer aches combine to make him
Hearken, Thomas, toinstrnctiort
For all thy, ills a remedy is found,
A panacea, ' . pleasant, sure, ,
PLANT-aim • •Byrrarts-- , -S.
A,iiirtaadro ,, Tonic,made by Dr. Drake.
~We! pres , l
e oor Tom's" case Is. not
- worse than hunilredawho are cured daily
by this :wonderful medicine.
ht4oribm.A. WATER.---A delightful toilet
article—pmperior. to Cologne, and a3tg=he
Lad Sys and , children visit Burnell's Mu
The' best and 'Origirial'Tonic of Iron, Phoe.
phorus and Celisaya, known as Caswell,
Mack & Co's Ferro Phosphorated Elixir of
talisaya Bark. The Iron restores color to
the blood,' the Phosphorus renews waste of
the nerve tis Sue, and the Calisaya gives a
natural 'healthful tone to the digstive or
gans, thereby miring dyspepsia in its va
rious forms, Wakefulness, General Debility .
and Depression of Spirits. Manufactured
only by Caswell, Hazard itCo., New York.
Sold by all druggists. s
The May number Of Cioft"dt Phillips' Real
Estate Register is just out. Call at 139
Fourth street and get one.
Burnell's Museum is opposite Pittsbu.rgh
WEST.—On Thursday, April 30th, Mrs. NANCY
WEST, relict of the late Thomas West, aged 67
Funeral will take place from her late residence,
Millie township, -- Tilts (Saturday,) AFTERNOON,.
BISHOP.—At his residence, on Friday morning
at 9 o'clock. May Ist. WM. BISHOP, aged 49
The funeral.willtake place on SONDAii" AFTSCIc
NOON. at 3 o'clock, from bis late residence, St. Ma
ry's avenue, near Butler street, Lawrenceville.
The friends of the fandly.are =spectrally invited to
attend. _ _
Ci.ALEX. AIKEN, UNDERTAKER,
No. 166 FOURTH STREET, Pittsburgh. Pa.
'FINS of all kinds; CRAPES, GLOVES; and ev
ery description of Funeral Furnishing Goods fur
nished. Rooms open day and night. Hearse and
Carriages furnished.-_ ~..,....
ItEvEnnacEs—Rev. David Eerr, D. D., Rev. M.
W. Jacobus,-D. D., Thomas Ewing, Esti., Jacob 11,
DUNSEATH & HASLET'T'S,
65 FIFTH ST.. OPPOSITE MASONIC HALL
Adapted to a FIRST CLASS SIERCIIANT TAILOR
Owner `'lRl'entliand St. Clair Streets.
FOR A COOD - srli OF TEETH; •
Somothhig ENTIRELY 3 , TEIt . . Can only be ob
tained of the inventor, -
• DRSREMERe' 254 Penn St
ckiii4cwil titAmi*t. ,
edwithout.nain. : - ' atr2s:PB,
WALK IN! WALK IN
` Axti.wEE Tire NEW
SPRING' • SUMMER .1001)5,
FOB.bAlan M'abi 4
th r.-- , olo,o HOBil e
n rarElE o6.44
at private sale, and any ottiedesiroustof tine building
sites.would do -rell,to imakei aeleatlinit,„ The village
Is located oil a bcautialaini healthy Met. two and a
half milet true oil the Weetern Penn
sylvania Untold; Wei mud Wont
It, making it
much more valuate . Intimate
prepallakins Or erecting a number
of tine houses, which wilt prattimptuagtant,—Vil,
town. The reinelnder of MEW Leta 'Winn - to
,verY rant Iltautt Art.tatinale
esty. Data. and / 31-
, 2111 AMAIIIat 5i 144 t
1 ,:40-01A tiIIUT4 • • •
i • d r u nl ? v fesdi,l cza.
usemunt at Burnell's Mu
ai al WA :4
IMPROVE THE ,SIGHT,
JDWEI.ERS AND OPTICIANS,
iIIST (WENM:I, AT
J . ttlAT BEd;I'MD AT
L SAM'S. Tailoring .)*blishment,
• ; •
No• Nil.= .13bAliT,
• 'Confer of Petleral.
NEW ADVERTIS 34„e Ti
..i.iii . FATS:t ,
' . . CABPIETSi'P
CARPETS.! CART TS !
CARPETS'! CARP ETS!
CARPETS. I CARMS.J
CARPETS ! CAR PETS !
CARPETS! CARPETS !I
CARPETS! CARPETS!' ARPETS!
CARPETS' CARPETS' ARPETSI
PRIVATE St# l 4.E.'
SMITHSON I VANHOOK & MiCLELLAND I
SMITHSON I VANHOOK &
SMITHSON I VANHOOK.& I itITLELLANDI
Nos. 55 AND 57 FIF I H STREET: .
Nos 55 AND 57 MR STREVA,
Nos. 55 AND 57 FrEtil MUM.
Nos. 55 AND 57 FMB STREET.
4 DRT 'GOODS,
,' DRY GOOS,
BO OTS, S*OES,
-8AW10114 1 %
BALIIO/efiLS, . 1
GAITERS, l'• 'ERB, Am
GIBERS, i• i 'FRS, &c.
GAITERS, SLIPPS, &c.
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GAITERS, MTERS, &e.
Smithson, Yanhoole & McClelland. i
__ t 1
Smithson, Nanhoo S. McClelland. 1
Smithson, Nanhook &' McClelland. 1
Smithson, Yanhooll. Fe. McClelland. 1
mx , rv. - NsioN TABLES,
HAIR AND HUSKMATTRESSES.
HAIR AND HIISRIatATTRASSES.
• I •
AND Hun MATTRESSES.
"RAIR AND "IIiTE.I 4IATTII.EBSES.
PRIVAT I I SALES
riaVlo SAI X S , i ' •
.Day andi veining,. -
l• ' '
Day andi i evening,
AUCTION '.. MPORIUM W
AUCTION ' impo.nrumi
AUCTION LEMPOIIItarp r
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Desks and Hol4holdlgoods flew
f.- h t‘4l•.; Ir, ..rr,;or
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