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A Relic of "Southern: Bar ulna: i
A correspondent of the Cinci I nati Cliron
'i te, writing from Chillicothe, ilhio, says:
- , k eOrriittgout over the Marietia and Cin
cinnati road, on the evening .lof the . 22d,
with Conductor. Rardin, I had the goad
luck to fall in company with Messrs. - ,1.. N.
Wright and B. M. MeMahill, :o Greenfield,
• Ohio. We had been talking bl
a_ - few min
sites when the conversation t sil upon the
'condition', pr affairs in the South. The
operation.of the Ku Klux Klan, the pre
vailing rebel preference of Andy Johnson
and-Brick Pomeroy for President and Vice
President, (Fee. &c„ were freely and radi-
Cally-tdiscussed. These topics naturally
elicited sundry parenthetical comments on
Southern character, and in the course °fano
of these Mr. Meal:hill happened to remem
bei'lliat he had in his pocket a relic of the
barbititszn exhibited by the F. F. re. to
wards John Brown and his . confederates;
and, producing his pocket-book, took from
that receptacle a small piece of well-finish
ed leather of remarkable tineness of texture.
"That." said he,
"is a piece of **Wined
skip of Oliver P. Brown, son of tra filmy's
John Brown." "Can -it be possible ?"
asked .azi excited bystander. A full expla
nation was of courii immediately de
manded, which I her resent, as substan
• flay given by Mr. 31 Ishii', whose repu
tation for truth and veracity stand unian
, peached by any who know him: '
During the action in which Joint - Brown
and his little abolition band was captured
by the Virginians Oliver P. Brown. was
shot dead DD. the ' railroad track, near. the
United States Arsenal, at Harper's Ferry.
..So soo nas killed he was taken up, pat into
a box and shipped to the Medical Institute
at Winchester, Va.,"to be used in the pro
• motion '.. of the professional training of
Southern Esculapians. Upon the reception
of the body the students of that school took
off the hidd somewhat after the manner of
skinning a beef, tanned it, and had it mane-'
- factured into moccasins, which, in themost
truly chivalric style, they deligh+cff to use
as, ornaments to their "blooded" pedal ex
- tremities on all public occasions. -
The piece shown by. Mr. Me.Mahill was a
scrap left from the cuttinig of these "Yankee
skin' slippers, and was procured in 1860,
at the Winchester Medical Institute, by Mr.
McMahill, while he was visiting some rela
tives in the vicinity of that, place. It was'
Voluntarily presented to him by one of the
students, who, after a triumphant parade of
the slippers, and a bloviating description of
•the processes by which they were produced,
heroically exclaimed, "That's the way we
se've you d—d Yankees when ye come
'mongst us an' don't walk afteh oub style!"
The State of Southern Society
There are certain facts which must be ac
cepted by the people of the North, and upon
these they must base all future action. They
are as follows
1. Thewhite people will not work.
2. The blacks do not display a very great
amount .of industry, though in this respect
they are superior to the "dominant race."
3. The chief occupation of all these is pol
4. An inveterate enmity exists between
,the whites and the blacks, and they will not
affiliate to an extent greater than is abso
5. Every man here wants every one else
to work for him, and the chief study of all
classes is how to live at some other man's
O. However chivalrous the ,Southern peo
ple may be; their chivalry does not prevent
them from begging alms from the Northern
people they ptofess not only to.hate but to
These are the facts which must be• accept
ed,itrid, altogether, then, it would[ be well
to act from the standpoint they form.—Cor
respondence Cincinnati Commercial.
Interesting to the Wool-Growers.
The Wool-Buyers of. Ohio have just held
&meeting at Cleveland. They ask in their
rhsoltition& — that the Wool-Growers,
have - been instrumental in procuring the
Passap.of a tariff that excludes from .unpor
tation.certain qualities or grades o f wool;
much qieeded by manufacturers, such as
strictly fine, light, fancy clothing,- and
combing wools, give their attention to the
production of these grades, in order that
the wants of the manufacturers - `may; be
supplied: The importance and profit to
,producers of paying more attention to the
production of the coarser grades of wool,
was especially urged. It was asserted that
they cannot be obtained in this country. It
was asserted_ that in 1801 there were three
firms manufacturine , ° worsted goods, and,
they consumed 300,000 pounds of . wool;
now there are 25 mills in operation,, the
yearly consumption of which is not far
from 12,000,000 pounds. A.. resolution was
adopted recommending all 'buyers to k urge
the growers to bring their tags' carefully
tub-washed and loose to market, outside of
the fleece, and agreeing to pay for them the
price of the balance of the clip, provided
they are in equal condition.
In California it grows to a heiglit'of fro m
six to ten feet, and in some localities covers
small hill-sides with one tangled wall of its
vines. ilt , 3e a liandsome. iamb . , resembling
~somewhat in appearance the wild currant,
having slightly corrugated green leaves
with a purplish tinge near the tops,'and • a
very small flower. I have seen people so
poisoned lip simply standing near it, and
breathing the winclwhich had passed over
it, without ever touching it, that their fea
tureawept for the timcyfairly
they were rendered blindand deaf for weeks
and lever fairly recovered from its effects.
It is perfestty harmless, hi, alloitu,nb*iiinabl,
• and many people can handle It`With inipu
nity. For myself I haVerdiandligi;
chewed it, and marked my clothing with it
-its juice litavesen indelible, -blackstain.--
find - never li•Derienced - the 'slightest - evil
effect from it. I would not recommend the
handling of it by anybody even in its dried
state, and think it would:be best ;to exhibit I
it under glass.
DR.- tr, eco 'metaphysician
and divine, who, has just been.elected Presi
dent of. Princeton College, New Jersey, is
one of the inost'accomplished modeinschol
aro in his special department,of rnental r and
moral philoiciPhAi 'the -blither /of a
number of masterly works, some of Which
have become text books, and all of which
exhibit in perfection I those . high qualities
for which the, 13cotthsh metaphysicuunk , and
theologians been distinguished-toed
antury past. Dr. McCosh will give great
strength to the already eminent Faculty of
Princeton. qe.corpgs to this country from
Belfas t ,l (friland,l4here r lieluiiiitildir Pro
teseorship for some years. I.
A , G1W1243(42c from Tennessee tells us
•thi4trit the ' . ilelsiVSS4 ike47o3 skerMg
bms . • - waft: pcpsts VIO: imam
to hisicoin .. ..`. *far itie.lsi'matt
to onatßuld v - lii:th`O'Atatitugll Vie
i sit a
.e 2 r ha *, fl*i.T trii , POsew,grownlaw'
, tiugpA AA gm flit bavtaughtate ',
, iherelnaytlie, danger =Alta
+mellow luta given ttholgacks anerao to
itte , 'ttiKl ba tild:,q,trif otk..
h roreftvititheictildilx.-- • • .
4L14.0.7„,1 5 , „
How to Get Slee p..
Thisis to ma . ny.persons a matter of high
importance. Nervous persOns, who are
troubled with wakefulness and excitability,
usually , have a strong tendency of blood on
I he brain, with cold extremities. The pres
-1 sure of the blood on the brain keeps it, in a
stimulated or wakeful state and the pulsa
tions in the Tread are often painful. Let
them rise and chafe the body and extremi
ties with brush or towel, or rub 'smartly
with the hands to promote, circulation, and
withdraw the excessive. amount _of blood
from the brain, and. they will fall asleep in" a
few moments. A cold bath, or a sponge
bath, and rubbing, or a good run or arapid
walk in the open air, or ageing up and down
stairs a few times just 'before retiring; win
aid in equalizing ciraulation and promote
sleep. These rules ' are simple and easy of
, application ln the itastle or cabin, and may
minister to the comfort of thousands who
would freely expend money for an anod,yne
to promote "Nature's sweet restorer, balmy
Timm is a gentleman in England who
proposes to teach the people the Chinese
laxignage. He encourages them by stating
that the grammar is rather difficult. Eveiy
word may be - viewed as a separate sentence,
for it may be interpreted. as a verb, a stib
stantive, an adjective, or a grammatiCal
particle, its import being partly determined
by its place in the sentence, and partly,
when spoken, by its tone or: accent. But
no Chinese understands the spoken lan
.guage unless aided by repetitions, expletives,
pauses and gestures. A man who is read
ing aloud frequently delineates the charac
ter in the air with his fan, to prevent any
ambiguity of meaning! In conversation
this ambiguity is chiefly avoided by the, use
of expletives. Poo, for instance, means
thther, and seventy or eighty things as well.
A Chinaman,. therefore, wishing to express
the idea, father,. says foo-chin (kindred).
So we have rite, wright, write, right, etc.
Ix Putnam's Magazine, for May, Mr. C.
W. Elliott gives• a sketch of life in San
Francisco which is not very gossipy but
statistical. One of the hotels there must be
a paradise for confirmed old bachelors. Mr.
Elliott says; "But the 'What Cheer' hotel is
a Yankee shoot grafted upon a California
stock, and proires a most profitable growth.
All is done for cash, and your bed is paid
for,before you get into it. A large restau
rant supplies four thousand meals a day at
prices from fifteen cents upward. Ample
means are provided for you to black your
own boots free; and the library, of five
thousand volumes, is open to ail. There is
no bar. The house has one more peculiar
ity —no woman is allowed within it; the
servants are all men, and no man's wife
can sleep with him aethis house. It pays
at the rate of $30,000 to $40,000 per year."
TILE Superintendent of the Erie Railway,
in his official report of the accident a Carr's
Rock, says : "In all, nineteen persons were
'filled outright, and five others have since
died of the injuries—making twenty-four
deaths. About sixty others were injured,
some slightly and some seriously, though it
is hoped no more deaths will result from the
injuries received by the accident. The los§
by the breaking up of cars is estimated at
Ax OFF/CER of the Pennsylvania Railroad
says that 'on Wednesday last took place
perhaps the largest frgight movement in the
history of the road. There were 1,337
freight cars (eight wheel) passing Mifflin
for the twenty-four hours ending at six p.
m., of which 789 were loaded. This ac.
count does not include passenger, baggage
' coming and express cars, nor cars in at
3farystille for the East.
THE highest income return ii St. Louis
is that of Capt. John G. Coplin,l $132,000.
This was made out of contracts t¢ transport
Government freight to the military posts in
the Upper Missouri. Wm. M. McPherson,
Coplin's partner, reports $106,000; John J.
Roe, the heaviest pork packer. $32,000.
Robert Campbell, owner of the Southern
Hotel, $64,000; James H. Lucas, the largest
land owner. $128,000.
Gen. J. S. NEGLEY
/a a candidate foi nomination before the Union Re
iIy`'CONGRESS- 1 22d DISTRICT.
THOMAS HOWARD, Esq.,
Is a candidate for noinination, by the Union Repub.
limn. Congressional Convention. mh.3l:d&T
gar t V: , likA
LEVI BIRD DUFF,
Subject to the decision of the Union Republican
County Convention. • auß:olra-d&T
frgrirOß DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
Gen. A. L. PEARSON,
Subject to the decision of the Rubin Republican
County Convention. - mll24:nabdaT
ar I : ;) f:l4 0 irbii •To ko-'0
WILLIAM C. MOR'ELAZiID,
Bubject to thedeelelon of the Ireton Be
County Convention. • oth27:n
arASSISTANT DISTRICT AT
- . TURKEY.
JOHN W, RIDDELL
iiaritildate for Assistant 'District Attorney,'
subject to the decision of . I.be
Convention. • • • •aple:d&T
ASSISTANT DISTRICT AT
subject to the deettlett `Q[ the Union • Republic-mai
County Convention., •I a mh2o:na-S&T
Col. WILLUM ESPY,
. . ,
Of Scott township. stthjectto • the decision 'of 'tile
Union Republican Convention. ' • tny4:p6O-d&T
TgriFOß - Asszateur; - , _ ,
VINCENT MILLER, r..
Of North Psiyette'iowlishrp i en Wit t$ the dcainicin
of th_e - jfig.rubilcauConnty Convention. 'my6:l46:T
Of Lower SL Clair•toWilsblo;(litte bf co. B. fitild
P. V.,) subject to.tboAticialsiityttbe Union Iloa b..
!lean . County Conyention. „
.SPEOIAL No CES
This. splindid lisle bydisiiiii , hisi in ihe world;
the only. true and, perfect Dye; 7/aradervr,r_flishie.
Ilistataneousi no disappointment; ri6' ridiculous.
tints; remedies the ill edema pribadhstymwinviga
rates and leaves the Mar soft slid beautiful...black
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PITTSBURGH. GAZETTE : FRIDAY; MAY g, 1868
For HALLS. PAILOHS.
For sale CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST, as
N 0.107 Market Street, near Fifth
JOS. R. HUGHES & BRO.
GROVER et BARER'S - '
1 - ELASTIC STITCH •
• - .
WITH LATEST LIIPHOVESIENTS,
At the New and ,Elegant Sales Rooms
51 FIFTH STREET.
Also, NEEDLES. ATTACHMENTS. MACHINE
SILKS and COTTONS, THREAD, MACHINE OIL,
&c., &c. The citizens of Pittsburgh are respect
fully Invited to call.
Applications foAgencles solicited. .Cireulars or
temples by mail on application. Correspondence to
be addressed to
GRAVER & BAKER S. 31CO
• 51 FIFTH STREET, PITTSBURGH.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
UNITED STATES, for the Western District of
- ennsylvania. -
HENRY M. ATWOOD. a Bankrupt under the
- Act of Congress of Mareli 21d. 186 7. having applied
for a Discharge front all his debts, and other claims
provable under said Act—by order of the Court.
notice Is hereby given to all persons who have proved
their debt., anti other persons Interested. to appear
on the 20th DAY OF MAY, 1808, at 10 o'clock,
A. M. before SAMUEL HARPER. Register, at his
office; No. 93 DIAMO?iIi STREET. Pittsburgh; to
show cause, if any theyhave.whya Discharge should
not be granted to the sold Bankrupt. And Ihrther.
notice Is hereby given that the second and third
meetings of creditors of the said Bankrupt; required
by the 217th and 28th acetions of said Act will be
had before the said Register. at the same time andplace. MeCDE.
Clerk-of U.S. District Court for said District.
WESTERN DISTRICT of the'PENN
__t7Pittsburgh. 234 day of Aurll. A. D.. 16136.
The undersigned hereby gives notice of his appoint
ment as Assignee of jOHN W. O'BRIEN: WIL
LIAM H. STLIIPLE and ALEXANDER BERRY
HI LL. partners as O'Brien, Stimple Co. ! ! of Pitts
burgh, lu. the county of Allegheny, and. State of
Pennsylvania • within said district. who have been
adjudged bankrupts upon the petition of O'Brien
and Stinaple, by toe District Court of said district.
JOHN H. BAILEY. Assignee.
ap2i:p7.r Attorney-at• Law. 99 Grant
WESTERN DISTRICT of PE.NN
ttsburgh. the 26th day of 31arch, A.D. 1988.
The undergone,' hereby gives notice of his appoint
ment as Assignee of JDIIN SCHAUB. of the City
and County of Allegheny. State of Pennsylvania,
within said district, who has been adjudged - a bank
rupt upon his own petition. by the Iliistrict Court, of
said district. JOHN H. BAILEY Assignee,
mh27:n47:g Attorney-at;Law, 619 °taut street.
frau is TO GIVE NOTICE that
on the Rid day of May. A. D. 18603, a War
rant in Bankruptcy was Issued against the
ESTATE OF JAMES. JOUNSTON, Jr„ -
Of Ohio township, In the county of Allegheny, and
State of Pennsylvania, who has been adjudged a
bankrupt on his own petition; that the payment of
any debts and delivery of soy property belonging to
such bankrupt; to him or for his use, and the trans
fer of any property by him are forbidden bylaw:that
a meeting of the ereditors of the said bankrupt, to
prove their debts and to choose one or more
signees of his estate. will be held at a Court of
Bankruptcy, to be noldeu at No. 110 Federal street,
Allegheny (My. Allegheny county. Penna., before
JOHN N. PURVIANCE, Es ry" Register, on the Rd
day of June, A. B. ISCIS..at 10 o'clock A.
THOMAS A. ROWLEY.
rny.:pBB U. S. Marshal as Messenger
,HlB 18 TO GIVE NOTICE that
on the ilith day :of May. A. -D. 1808, a War
rant in Bankruptcy was Issued agalbst the
iSTATE•OF HEIMAN IiriCEDEB,
OfAAlleg h eny. City, In tbe county of Allegheny, and
State of Pennsylvania. who has been adiudged a
bankrupt on his own petition: that thn payment of
any debts anti delivery of any jpropertv belonging to
such I bankrupt, - to hint, or for hill Lee, and the
transfer °nun. property by him are forbidden by
law; that a meeting of tbeereditors of the said bank
runt,/ to prove their debts and to ehoese one or morn
Alsisuees or his estate, will be hold at a Court of
Ban ruptcy, to be hoiden at the °glee of the Regis
ter. t /16 Federal street, A Ilealten City, Al.
legheny eonnty, Penna., before JOHN . PLM'.
ANCE, Register, on the - Oth day of June, A.
D,lBOB, at AO o'clock A. M. •
• , TIIO.3EAS A...IIOWLEY;
111 3 4 :P87 ' - 'U. 8. Marshal, as Metsenter.
1131111 N ISTRAtOWS SALE.-7-11y
Virtue of order of Orphans , Court.. will ex
pose to sale, on the premises, opposite Phillips' 011
Clot Factory. ih 31celure township. at-3 Weitlck
r. 31. of SATURDAY, May 2341. 1888, a LOT
knownN, having a fsout exten d ing . on what is
as Ohio ASCUIIC, and back north
erly, or same width, about , llo'Tect to n street or
alley, helms Lot No. Atkin IL P. hmith.s Man:-
TYR.BB-1115 when the property Is idd orl. Of the
balance: h to impala on contlrtnation of sale 7: resi
due In two equal annual payments. with Interest:
_ The lot has on it shrubbery and grapes; a beauti
ful Wand!' ; no Windings excepts' smaiLidable.
, • ' • ADHADLEMI CUMMINGS, • • '
• ' AdminiStratOr of Thoutas Hughes; deed: -
: 'tarp - have been issued 'to the itridersigned in
tate or Col. JOIEN Pi GLASS,- late .of the
Sixth ward, Pittsbnrgh t . deceased. All . persons: tn
debted to'said estate
pay the . aurae 40 JOliElli
it. BUTLER; .Aidermarn; No. 128 wyne street: and
those. having. claim! present them for. settlement.
- ! •
• • . ',JOSEPH .4"..131.1TLE1i, .
• .- 1 • ' ,•• ••• • * lliAl - Y B.' GLASS,- • '
ap17:0754, •:,. • - . • Administrators.
. . BANK ., kdrL7S/LvlplGs
No : fii i X'cliir it3treipt,
NEARLY Or:mean inn./ 4".•pt or L'423911"/Gri,"
CIIARTEBED IN lea". : . ''. ~ - . •
orEN DAILY from %to 4 oclock, and on V Et-
NESDAY end 13A131,11DAY EyENlNGikfrom May
let to Novemberlat' from 7 to 9 .0 • c10ck, - hUd . from
November Ist to Sinyltd, - 6 to @o'clock. ! ~ .
Books ofliy,Laws, 80., furnished at the office.
ghls , institutlOn.especially o ff er to those whose
earning" are limited, the opportunity to accumulate,
by smalidepOsitkettelly saved, a sum whicht will be
a resource when needed, and bearing interest In
stead of Ten:minims unproductive.
80AM:I Ot IiMANAGERS: ."
""GEOHOE A. BEftity. ' ' '' ''' ' l . ,'
VICE , YEESIDENT6, . • ' ''''• ' U ''
B. H. HARTMAN, '''' 'JANES I'ARK, J.n. .
SlCltttAltY, AND TASCAECIuin t , _
0: E. ' II ItIAD_EY_ I '' ~' '''''' - 'i
A. BRADLEY,' . : -- ,1'.. • , wati It. , NiallCK,'• - ,
A. S. BELL, PeA14214
JOHN H . DI LNORT , J aIIitetRIADEN 1
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lartiS 4 . 1 64- 11 - 0
floats and n rs: , and ,
length, one Inch meandunt will reyelVeln slew deo
00 al;10 70 yaritieltsea.—"rdrtlea wlablng Witco lied
-betteretall aodnosont, to EOM* virtnor heart bed;
i pslialrOt'lo gat *Meath/0e nnfead ordered •
'earl In the *lnto'. leor see by
J.AIIEfLIKAWN, 136 Woo d 'street
CHAMBERS and KITCHENS
In 'GREAT VARIETY
OP THE COMPANY,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Are prepared to sell at Auction STOCK'S. BONDS,
and' all kinds of. SECURITIES, REAL ESTATE,'
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, .kc., either on the
premises-- q r -- rade Rooms. •
s herre, to the
O Bid niCl entry attended.
Ina., cup am a in 1'
Vila la o
to let Or
n 034 . the city and su
MY. with 20 acres
which I will Bell
Dwelling Houses for
~..ter particulars Inquire
110 Grant Street opposite Cathedral.
CHEAP BUILDING LOTS FOR
SALE.--100 .cheap BUILDING LOTS in toe
flourishing village of Allentown, adjoining the Bir
mingham line, ten minutes walk from Carson street
or by the Pittsburgh and
,I 3 rownsville Road: delight
ful and healthy location. During last year 50 build
ings were erected on these grounds, besides a large
schooLbuilding. The above lots are large sizes
will elqsoUtem out at very low prices, say from $2OO
to $3OO, and only requiring the small sum of 11110
paid down: the balance can be paid at the rate of tlO
per month (If preferred). Call and examine our
plots of the ground, at corner of Fourth and timith-
Held streets. [mysj it. MCLAIN & CO.
AP FRAME DWELLEWS
TWO FOUR ROOK DM.IW:NIi HOUSES
Washington Street. Allegheny City,
be sold separately If desired on the most
reasonable terms. LOTS 20 by 130 each.
!LI'L'LY TO •
.STEEL & WILSON,
Brokers and Real Estate Agents, No. 60 Salitlifle
1 - ACRES OF
CHOICE LANDS FOR SAT.P,
Union Pacific Railroad 'Company,
Lying along the line of their road, at
0,00 TO 85,00 PER ACRE,
And on a CREDIT OF FIVE YEARS
For thriller pa.ritcularo, maps, &c., addreE's
JOHN P. nEviestux,
Land Conn:Metloner, Topeka, iiansaa
Or CHAS. B. LAMBORN, Neel',
OWNERS OF .DRAVS, WAGONS,
CARTS, HACKS, (MINIBUSES,
And every fiescription of CARRIAGES. are required
to call at the OFFICE OF TIIE CITY TREASURER
and TAKE OUT THEIR LICENSES. on or before
the Ist day of May next.
For each , and every Wagon,Cart. 'Car,
Dray, Buggy or Carriage, drawn by One
horse. the sum of $ 3 00
For each and every one of the above named
vehicles, drawn by two horses, the sum of. 00
For each and every - one of the above named.l
VelllelVf, drawn by four horses. the aunt of 10 00
For each and every Hack drawn by two
horses, the suna of 10 00
For each and every Omnibus and Timber
Wheels, drawn by two horses, the sum of. 12 00
For each additional horse attulted to any of
the above named vehicles, the sum of 1-00
SXc. 3. It sha be the duty of all Liyery Stable
keepers In said titygo make a return to She City
Treasurer, within twenty daysafter the passage of
this ordinance, and annually thereafter on or before
the Ist day of May of each and every, year, of the
• number or velarles of every description, owned and
used by then, in their business, end the kind there
of, and the same return shall be made under oath.
SEC. 4. All owners of Carts. Drays, Wagons and
other vehleles, Who shall negleet or refuse to pro.
cure a license as aforesaid. shall be subject to a pen
ally of not. less than ten per cent. for every thirty
days the same remains unpaid after the Ist day of
May of each year. All Livery Stable keepers failing
to make the return required In the 3d Section of this
ordinance, shall, In addition to the foregoing, be
subject to a penalty of not exceeding fifty dollars,
all of which penalty shall be recovered before the
Mayor, or one of the Aldermen of said city, by sum.
!nary conviction; and It shall persons uty of the
Chief of Police to seek out all who have
failed to comply with any of the provisions of this
ordinance and report the stune to the City Treasu
firer, for winch service he shall receive the MIDI of
fifty cents In each case, to Ins taxed and collected as
part of the costs, upon conviction as aforesaid.
The penaltles for non-compliance with the ordi
nance will be' strictly enforced after the above date.
D. 3LACFERRON. City Treasurer.
Allegheny City. April Ist, 1808. myt:pso
OTICE TO OWNERS . lir
- DRAYS, HACKS, &e.
is hereby given
.to whether s of Drays,
Carts, carriages, (niggles, &c., resident or
non-resident in the City of Pittsburgh, to pay their
Licenses at the Treasurer's Office of the City of
Pittsburgh FORTHWITH, in accordance with, alt
Act of Assembly; approved March 30th, 1800, and
and an Ordinance of the , Councils of the City of
Pittsburgh, passed April 10, 1880. •
All Licenses not paid on or before MAYIS 1888,
will be placed in the hands of the Chief of Police
fur, collection, subject to his fee of 80 tents for the
collection thereof,_ and all persons who neglect- or
refine to take out Licensee will be subject to a pen
-ally, to. be- recovered before the 3fayor, double the
amount of the License.
turnedd metal plate Li ce nses years outgo re
at the time Ire takenpay
25 -cents therefor. . . -
• • RAT,EB OF LICE N SE:' •
Each One Horse . vehicle $7 80
Each Two Horse, ''" • - ' 1- 200
Each Four !torte " 15 00 .
Each Two Horse Hoek 18 00
Omnibuses_and Timber Wheels drawn by Two
Horsea,_ Eighteen Dollars each: IFor - eacb addl.
tiottalHotse used In any , of the above vehicles. One
Dollar. - SAMUEL ALLINDER,
f i ___—. 4 /941Ci la ittatiatli m igi te l n oP rt. 1
ovrora at izaakNi On tan a 4 s A
°M!ficr'i 4 ser - aigeavok,Aitrect.
- i . Virfro „ ,
It li ftqMti4'
• a a MA W%
19 1 V—W-TrTrl:o7l, OSOOttigegOr Otto
't ,s nide art th0!80__... i .,„,, , ihmirei eyb ese
a olu, ,To' 3 , 10 ; trUltiont M i / ;;IfilieLana la, Pit, Ne t
polcal art% o groan. OW atm ". , yor NAM oy , /
*rot. all andelacianliie ..,....,,,, ~,,,,___. ,
; 4FAIMIIII SOWN! Bila I.'"n"".'r.'"!,
le finest FARMS In
sties ou relnarka
onerdestrous of buy
her. Call and ex-
G. M. PETTY,
;NCE ; FOR
Eluding. double yar
n the modern Im
filled with fruit,
nu* Idlnerevllle, at
et Passenger ears.
Vous In Allegheny
rhood. Apply at
°thee, 87 Orlin
St. Loull4 ML court
OMee And Yard — CORNER ',OF. BUTLER AND
MORTON STREETS. First yard on Liberty and
Clymer streets, Ninth Ward, and on Second street,
near Lock No. L,Pittsburgh, Pa. • ,• •
Families And manufacturers supplied with the
bert article Of Coal or Coke at the lowest cash rates,
Orders left at any of their offices reedy°
prompt attention. • - •
A RBISTR ON B G &. , 111UTORINSON,
fifirLAnxiiirth:A,RtS c rirec=ni v i r ce..ku. CO.;
MINERS ~ SHIPPERS ',A ND DEALERS, BY RAIL.
ROAD AND ItEVED, of apperlorYougblogheny,
CAS AND FAMILY. COAL.'
Colette and Yard--r6or or Thy STREET; 'near
the Oae Works:.
. • .
iiikkers and Shippers of PITTSBURGH. GAS, TODOE
and FAMILY COAL, NUT COAL and BLACK.
Goal delivered FromPUTIO -.4'l(3:tarts -or the (titles
,atthe lowest market rates. •
Omce and , Thrd 4- CORNERFOURTN AND WATI ,
SON (formerly Canll4:BTllNETs,,rataburah.
F. O. BO? /$0. 93 .tt r • • QC23:
118. PRicTicA 4 . 118.
*O. iiet itipia*tric tkimiamyr
' imßtiaid Mtrfetr 'Or p,ttaxin and
JCIOADESExt.' FUILNITIIIitt, ..teAteller : wltb s com
plete eseertsßeßt, of common- pgralture at reduced
• • Th ese litomMt Of sitythlng OUr corateus .
In to cell befortputeltaalmg. . '
1% rlc guerseteed. • .• . •
• - • ;- • • t'tMON' •ww•4o.
JOBS & A.IIIIIIIIDOCH , •- '
Nurserymen Floristfiand Sees Men.
tztDifTemw-ilii ELMS6I4I/111D 'mixer,
~ ? ( Aiteabotries oililaildi:',-4!113 " 0 Mht /1
OM I ."' ' l , ' ' 1
OF ALLECIJIENY, FA.
°Mee in Franklin Savings Bank Buildings,
No. 43 Ohio St., A.lleghen37.l
A HOME COMPANY, - managed by Directors well
known to the community. who trust by fair dealing
to merit a ebare of 3 our patronage.
PIENRY IRWIN President.
GEO. D. RIDDLE Secretary.
Henry Irwin. 'D. L. Patterson, IHenry Gerwig,
D . Riddle, ' Jacob Franz Gottleib Peas,
Simon rum, '.ra B. Smith,' Jacob Rush
W. M. Stewart, Ch. WhLston, Joseph Craig,
Jos. Lautuer, H. J. Maimed, Jeremiah No - hen.
NATIONAL INSURANCE CO.,
• Or THE WY Or ALLEGHENY.
Office, In ALLEGHENY 'TRUST COMPANY'S
FIRE INSURANCE ONLY.
W. MARTIN, President.
- JAS. E. STEVENSON,' Secretary.
A.M. English,' ( o .ll.P.Wllliams'Jno. Thompson
Jno. A. Myler, IJas, Locklmrt, 1 ,708. Myers,
Jas. L. Grahain, IRobt,'Le a , • IC. C. Boyle,
Jno. Brown, Jr : !Geo. Gfersti • !Jacob Kopp.
mb23:n • .
tSTERN• UISURA.NCE COM
PANY DP PITTSBIITIGII,
LEXANDERMI3II . OI3:, President.
WM. GEORGET. Secretary.
CAPT. NEELD, General'Agent.
Office, 82 Water street, Spang & Co.'s Ware
house, up stairs, Pittsburgh.
Will ln:ure against all klnds 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
DinEcron o s h : n
Alexander Nimick, j McCune,
B. Miller,Jr.,uly, Chas. J. Clarke,
Alexander Spe , William H. Evans,
Andrew Acklen er 1 Joseph Kirkpatrick.
David 31. ' Phillip Replier, "
D. Ihmsen. Long, Wm.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF PITTTSBURGH
OFFICE, M. FIFTH STREET, BANE BLOCK.
This Is a Home Company, and insures against lois
by Fire exclusively.
LEONARD WALTER, President.
C. C. BOYLE, Vice President. t
ROBERT PATRICK, Treasurer.. •
HUGH MeELHENY, Secretary.
i George Wilson,
• Geo. W. Evans,
J. C. Lappe,
J. C. Fleluer,
C. C. Boyle,
— Jas. H. Hopkins,
AGAINST LOSS BY WIRE
-FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO. OF PHILADELPHIA.
OFFIC.E, 435 & 437 CHESTNUT ST., NEAR 82n,
Charles Bancke IRECTOR
r, Mordecai H. Lords,
Tobias Wagner, ; David S. Brown,
Samuel Grant, I Isaac Lea,
Jacob R. Smith, Edward C. Dale,
Feorge W. Richards, George Pales.
CHARLES G. BANCSER, - President.
EDW. C. DALE, Vide President.
W. C. STEELE, Secretampro tem.
J. GARDNER COFFIN, AGENT,
North West corner Third and Wood Streets.
A LLEGMENY INSURANCE COM..
PANY OF PITTSBURGH.
OFFICE, No. 31 EIFTH STREET, BANK BLOCK
Insures against all kinds of Fire and ;Marine Risks.
. JOHN unmr, JR., President.
. JOHN D. }IcCORD, Vice President.
C. G. DONNELL, Secretary.
CAPT. W3I. DEAN, General Agent.
John Irwin, Jr., DIRECTOns: ;
Crpt. Wm. Dean, .
John D. McCord, ' R. L. Fahnestock,
C. G. Hussey, W. Ever son ,
'Harvey Childs, Robert H. Davis,
T. J. Dosklnson, Francis Sellers,
Charles Hays. I Capt. J. T. Stockdale.
10I1EOPLES9 INSURANCE COM*
OFFICE, N. E. CORNER WOOD & FIFTH STS.
A Home Company, taking Fire and Marine Rieke
Phlllipi, Capt. John L. Rhoads,
John Watt, ' Samuel P Shriner,
John E. Parks, Charles irbockle,
Capt. James Miller, , i Jared M. Brush, -
Wm. Van Kirk, Wm. F. Lang,
James 1). Verner: I Samuel McCrl.ckart
AVM. PHILLIPS. President.
JOHN WATT, Vice President.
W. F. ,GARDNEIL Secretary. ..
CAPT. JAS.. GORDON. General Agent.
. COAT, AND COKE.
BEST FAMILY COAL
ALWAYS ON HAND
And Delivered Promptly to Order,
AT LOWEST MARKET RATES, BY -
OSCAR F. LAMM & CO.,
Corner Sandusky Street and P. Ft. W. & C. R. R.
ANTHRACITE COAL FURNISHED AT THE
LOWEST RATES. jet:
COALS COAL!! COAL!!!
DICKSON, STEWART & CO.,
Hoving removed their 011 ice to •
NO, 567 I , l:l3ElyrY snrxtvap... , r,
(Lately City Flour Mill) SECOND,ELOOR.
Are now nreparell to fin &god :IrOUGHIOGHE
NY LUMP, -NUT CO Ws W+AC•lis at the lowest
-All orders left at their °Mee; :or addressed• to
them through the mall, will beatteuded to promptly.
CHARLES H. ARMSTRONG,
DEALER . IN
YOUGHIOGLX6II' .4ND OMIN,LBVILLE GOAL,
And *rninfacturera — of
COAL, SLACK AND DESULPHDRIZED COKE
Q~MA 9 OITHAL~.
. 1324, 11:N01'S
EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING,
May 8,9, 11, 12,18 and 14.
ALL THAT WAS SAVE nom THE
Burning Ruins of t f ite Museum.
air To accommodate Ladles and Children,
Receptions Afternoons and Evenings.
Exhibitioni'from 2 o'clock twill 5.1 n the after-I
noon, and from 7 until In the rening.
Admission..2s cents; Chl dren under ten,
fRrTHAYER hz. NOYES,
CIRCUS AND Ip*AGEME,
RED LION iLOT,
Commencing MONDAY, May 4th.
TOURNAXENT - EVERV I NIGHT.
c9 tr ii rgKr gi s t cy2 d l i. atd . 7r. Performanc!s
. ;:- mycpa
FRED AIMS ' • ' MANAGER
GEO. H. BARTON *ims M
Delighted audiences, to witnesalthe chaste, ele
gant and witty
THE VIRGINIA CIIID.
The Family Matinee ;Saturday afternoon. .Great
attraction for Monday night.
Comprising WORKS OF ART an 4 GREAT NAT
URAL LIVING CURIOSITIES; _
AT , FRANKLIN \ HALL.
Fifth street, opposite Pittsburgh Theatre.
Cards of Admission 25 cents. boors open from
8 o'clock A. , 31. to 10'r. M.
WE LEAD AND COLORS.
McCOY'S TERDITERA GREEN ,
Corner of Liberty and Way, ne Streets,
SCHOONMAILER & pON;
White Lead and Color Works
WHITE AND RED LEAD;
ZINC, PUTTY, BLUE LE4D: - -
And all colors, d mecovs VERDITER GREEN,
ry , or In 011.
OFFICE. No. 67 FOIIIIT/I `STREET.
Factory, Nos. 450. 452, .454, 450 and 458
Aneßebecca - Street, and 49, 51 and 53 Locook street.
~.A NEW SUMMER RESORT.
LAKE HOUSE, Stonetioro Pa.
(On the line, of Jameatown & Franklin, Railroad,
one hours ride from Franklin.) Thisl house is
large, new and commodious, well furnished. has
blilUrd rooms ten-pin alleys and covered Prome
nades. It is 'on the banks of the Most charining
Fairy Lake In America, abounding in fah, and ad
mirable for sailing purposes, surrounded with Sul
phur springs, romantic scenery, C. ?It 'is the best
summer resort in the State. Addresa.e.
13_T. KENNEDY,' I'Vcoprietor.
T HE 'MANSION
undersigned beg to announce b;;_tbele Mends
and the public that they haye_purchpged this OLD
ESTABLISHED and POPULAR HOUSE,
No. 344, .11brty Street.'
-- . . e . . . . r -
And will continuo tb keep it in the beet style The
MANSION HOUSE has over one hundred moms, all
newly :Undated In the best style,•and only two min
utes` walk from the Railroad Depot. .Ttsyelers.will
find this house an excellent one to stop at, an d will
be accommodated any hoar, day or night. -, •
Connected with i - the HOuse la a apatoild Ha/I.hr
poncerts. " . , , •
ramilleis or. Single persons take n boa rdod try, the
day, week or month, with or without reotris,t , - .. '
1 . .w , • 41. WA__CIVIE.R;',D :
nihmms? . - - riyxsuumiL
Alai ; PL41.1.-
ST . ,...'ATAIVXES HOTEL,
Noe. 405 - ant.l. 407 X;slbert-y ,
Opposite 'Onion ,i)epoto PIT'I.I3BVTIGEL • •
JAMES.' K. LA:DURAN Pioprieter,
This honse Is newly built and lentldly tarnish
ed, and convenient to.all the - coming Into
the city. , Strangers visiting thecity will end MS a
very convenient and ehonomical You secure
your room - and pey.for. your meals as you get then , .
The Restaurant- connected-with , this hotel open at 4
is til n i rp h i O te Uri d.
w oli h tll, B e nv ds petr y an a
. d ikt Vg ut h e t. s . oo ßi rt lr st, ! n u ti d
iese: Pan au le c t ri
LUMBER! • LtritlWEß! LUMBER!
YARDS No. SO ruble Streit formeri n b
and No. ISlRebecco streetOPPosne Chu }pocks,
Roiggh and P4,11,&ed
Lob A ud Pa.11,,n,m...; • Oak and Yvtoir_ylna..—
RT PITT COMPANY
13 HCHILYASIt...T.A. 'WSW
SUPEH ISTIRDSHT..-411.W. v Loos •• : .
Ge o ,. Ir . D d i i. .,
.19M0737 too 41' ell'4l-P44*441.-
, noon flitiept:Nli
7: 4114 ,' 7 1 . • ''
FOR SLX: DAYS ONLY,
Dwarfs, Fat 180-s,
Giants; Etc., Etc.'
Appropri.ii4Mysic, CastOnies, &c
FOR SALE BY ';
31 ANTLFACTURERS OF
Le i,e: 7-0•