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Dab' PAL --'llPrittri)l2lNG.-16
}CEO o'clock at the Methodist Church, Fifth
street, next door to GAZETTE office. •
Alleged Larceny.--Henry Householder ,
charged with the larceny of a caddy
yeattirday, wes committed for trial.
Arsattlt and: :Itattne7,--Catolina getzel
made information yesterday before Alder-
Man MeMastera against George fletzel for
aWniult and battery. Tee parties reside at
Saw Mill 'Run. A warrant was issued.
Surety of the Peace---Elizabeth West
made tnformation yesterday before .iustice
AlFithon ;against, >Catharine Gilchrist:4er
surety of the peace. She alleges that Cath
arine threatened to cut her With a carving
knife. 'A warrant was issued.
Ella M0rr04.4 . of the "laird'Ward, with , the
larceny of . a couple, of shawls, a quilt, dress
and"other thinateamounting in :value to
'forty dollars. warrant was !alined by
Alderman Mo rs yesterday'.
Committed.—ldayor Bhtckmore yesterday
morning committed six persons to jail for
twenty-four hours each, for dtscirderly con.-
duct. Four of the victims were "nymphs,"
three of whom were arrested in the.ll4
ward and the'other in the Mist ward.
Disorderly Hou se. `-Peter Barrington
made information bar! the Mayor, yes
terday. charging 'Aim Markles with keek
Ipg a disorder s The amused occu
pies a house o n F our t h
street in the First
ward. A warrant was issued for her arrest.
Slight Fire.—The; alarm of fire struck
from box 23, Allegheny'. Fire Alarm, yes
terday morning about 11 o'clock. Nag eau*
ed by the burning out of a chimney in the,
Seventh ward.: No
yond the burning of a small hole in the
Hit with a Poker.—Alexander Neele al
leges before Alderman Mullen that on Wed
nesday last Isabella Mothillougb etruok
him a severe blow on the arm with &poker.
She was arrested and gave bail in .the sum
of Sve'hdndred dollars for her appearance
at Court., • -
n!, Scater--Elwabetit West made .in
fornuttion oh o =ustice Amruon,- yester
day. char ng husband, David West,
with assault and battery: Elite alleges that
he struck her with his &kind knocked her
down. A warrant was issued fot the arrest
of David. -
Broke Down.— ' Yesterday, as the truck
of the Columbia Rook and Ladder Compa
ny, of Allegheny, was going along Ohio
street in response to the alarm' struck from
box 23, it came in contact with a water pave
with such force as to break the forward
axle and tear off one of the wheels.
. Alleged Gambling Hoose.—.Tarnes Meely,
proprietor of the Union Hotel, Second
ward, Allegheny, was before Alderman
Mullen yesterday , charged with keeping a
gambling house. on oath of Alexander
Meely. He was held to bail in the sum of
one thousand dollars for Ids appearance 'at
Noisy.—Mayor Drum yesterday arrested
an individual named Osborne residing in
the Second ward, and tined him live dollars
for disorderly conduct. It seems that Os
borne, took a few too many drinks the
evening before, in consequence of which
he•-bectatatt • Very noisy, and annoyed his
Tapped a Till.—Offkor Green; : 4t. Mayor
Drum's: pollee, arrested a boy named
O'Donnell, yesterday, Merning, charged
Wilh•stealing seven or eight dollars from
the till °Mellinger's eating saloon in the
Market House. The lad had three dollars
In his possession when arrested, and be was
held fora farther hearing..
Forestalling the Market.—Joseph Ryan,
a huckster in the Pittsburgh market, was
fined twenty dollars and costs, . yesteiday,
by Alderman Humbert, for forestalling the
market. It seems he bought some cher
ries and afterwards offered' them' far sale
in the market during market hours, a di
rect violation of a city ordinance.
A Fatally quarrel.--Peter McMaughty
and his brothar-in-law, David Cozzeris,
had a a quarrel about the possession of a
child which was somewhat summarily
closed by Cozzens knocking his relative
down. A warrant was issued by Alderman
Mullen for the arrest of the pugnacious
party on an information for assault and
Serious Aecident —A....lady named Ilan
fans, aged about fi fty years, residing on
Craig street, Allegheny,was very Seriously
injured yesterday morning by falling dowri
a flight of stairs. Medial aid - Was Immo
'-diately.summoned,,but at last account she
was lying in an insensible conditiou, and
but little hopes were entertained of her re
' !else P retense .— Jacob Biagio made in
znation before Justice Ammon, of. East
Birmlngham,againstJacob Miller charging
him with , obtaining goods under falsepre
tense. The prosecutor is proprietor or a
grocery in East Birmingham, and ne al
leges that the accused, -by false and fraudu
lent _repoaseutations, Obtained a griantriy.to
groceries. A warrant was issued.
'gobbing a Till —Joseph , Rills, a - negro,
Wai l ,' arrested yesterday at` the Tremont ,
gcnise, in the Diamond,lY offir Demler,
while in the act ft robbing t he money
drawer, Louis Liddeieli the proprietor of
the house, made information - before; the
*tray charging lareeisy t • and
after a t hearing ha was committed to jail in
default of bail for ,his appearance at Court..
Insane Man Arrested.—A telegram was
i,eceived at flip , Mayor's ` office : yeetetday,
from Solomonßuffer , Canton, Ohio,
uouncing that his father George Beffer, who
partially 'deranged, hid Won" the cars
forfor= this city; and would arrive at half past
three o'clock, and requesting his appiefien.
niim. Officer Irwin visited the depot at the
time stated and; arrested . Ittin. He is now
in tile lockup awaiting
. the - arriyal of his
:: SrlcY"vs.:Hegd .- Peter gamMill Must
hi4e-thought Patrick Eagan's skull a thick
one, or else ha was very reckless of cdtist,
auen oes, when, he threw the brick which
Ntrick alleges came in contact with his
head, causing a rather unpleasant feeling
around that important part of hie person.
Notwithistandingthisi patrlck was enabled
to make an informatibn for aggravated ft/3
swat and battery- against Peter, who will
have a hearing before Alderman McMas
"rsonTuesday Pq4t. • ,
Serious Accident.--A. little, boy about
twelve years of age, whose name we could
not ascertain, was kicked by. a-• horse and
seriously injured yesterday evening. The
I=4, was hitched , to n port in front. of
Thbillas Hare & (X.'S stere; Wood street,
and the boy, it appears, struck him with a
widi4totais tri g 'him to kick, Striking the lit
tle fellow on the head, knocking hhn down.
or i triocptek,ettnp and retncired to Ihe resi
dence of his parents, where he received
roper ,medicak attention. ~ • ,
Itsprovementw—Tustloe' Ammon, of East
liirmingthero,l,Egke many other enter-
Miig men, ' 6 with's spirit
D of f
of improvement, which has manifested
4601futO ,ivesat jOo repsifs,he has
veSairit hTs . 6 4/Oet . o t* : ggP ea4 have been
:papaw' th ,eik Taper: and , vs r_
ftibhoO, 113404#10.1_ limye wbri,inaa9
taw front 116000kliDielt is itAngl ground
ems transomwith the Aistioe'eAspiteatly
Pigreve4.t!Penttf ~el 4 the I,49loehtblAh
- meat presenis ROW andlamirsopossamoo.
was brought, before Alderman Mullen yes
terday mean inibrmutiowfor surety oft
Peace, preferred egaineldtolir Anthony
Repast. It is alleged that the dor efen
pf dan th t e
endeavored ! tip do.
preseouter'eliouse and threatened to bare
the house down.ar Arrested and held in two
bail for his appeance at Court.
Piobabie llcimielde.—On Frlday evening 1
June With, a Mr. Hull put a man named
Weinberger,eat of;a saloon at licrw „Pop;
enee,--Westmorehnid coiinty, - *ben'the lat
ter picked np a stone and knocked Hull
down, and then raising another lug°, atone
he gibed it on Eftill's hoiid, - crushing
his scull and causing 'death do Wednesday
last, Hull was the father of the man who
is at present Keying a term ; iit the Peniten
tiary for the murder of Mr.:Parker, a con
ductor on the Pennsylvania railrout.
Alleged' redury.-- Leopold Veterle made
Information against Wentzell Lerach, yes
terday, •before Alderman " Idclidasters,
charging him withiperjury: •The'prosetOr alleges that in a case of surety of the
peac; pending before the' Court of Quar
ter Sessions, on the 13th of June last, that
the neighbors of Teterle "threw stones and
bricks at him because ho was such a mein
man and. made such a noise and disturb-.
anal. in the neighborhood." A hearing
has been appointed for Thursday next at
Coroner's Inquest.--Coroner Clawson held
an inquest on the bOdy Of • Mr. M. J. Hall,
who died yesterday morning from the
effect:of injuries receiiiiidliy tent thrown
from a buggy at the corner of Pennsylvania
avenue and Gist 'street Thiitidny evening,
an account of which we published in yes
terday's GAZETTE. , ,A.vertitatqf actOdental
death was rendered. 14,11 . Hill resided on
Sandusky street, Allegheny.: „13esmaabout
foity-five years of age, and a Member of the
.flrm of Thompson. & Hall, proprietors of a
planing mill in Allegheny.
:About Hogs.—Aldernroi- l'Aullen had 4 11
hoggish 'ease before him' yesterday. It
seems according to the information that
Henry Gimber sold a couple of - porkers to
John Gills for thirty-five dollars on credit,
Daniel Ellwanger going security for . the
payment of the money. Gill it la alleged
afterwards sold them for forty dollars, and
paid.twenty dollars to IGimberatisivlng fif
teen dollars Ettill due, which he has.refulted
and still refuses to pay. -illand his secu
ritwere arrested - on a ; charge of raud and
held for court in the sum of five -hundredh
Atlanties of. New York.—Ttds celebrated
club, - which has for so many years carried
the chamnionship of the United States, will
be in our city on Wednesday next, and play
the Allegheny , Chib at Union Park. Their
seine against Western clubs have been
and as they and the Athletics
are rivals, and the Alleghenies- hating
made made the best average score against
the latter club in their trip, we expect - to
see a ,magnificient display of our national
game between the two clubs. Seats will
be exclusively reserved for ladies and
those accompanying them.
Cut his Board Bill.—Philip O'Donnell, a
coal miner, at Six Mile Ferry, boarded with
Dora Robinson, a widow, who is striving to
make an honest living for herself and
family of small children by keeping a
boarding house. O'Donnell, she alleges.
through false representations, was allowed
to run a board bill of over 140, which in
stead of paying as an honest. man-would
have done, he refused to pay and left the
premises. Mrs. . Robinson made informa
Lion before . Justice Ammon. of East Bir
mingham, charging O'Donnell with obtain
ing board under false pretense. A warrant
was issued for his arrest.
The examination of the pupils of St.
Paul's Select Day School, in Ashland Hall,
William O'Dougherty, teacher, and Rev.
Father Kerr, Superintendent, took place
yesterday. From the creditable manner in
which the youths acquitted themselves, we
Infer that both gentlemen in charge of the
school are fully equal_ to the task imposed
upon them. Interspersed with the exer
dies were a couple of comic song!. "Larry
Doolin" and the "Quack Doctor,' the for-,
mei. by Jno. Maloney'and the latter L. J.
McCaffrey, both of which were well render
ed and higbly applauded. The school was
dismissed until the first of September next,
by Father Kerr.
Odd Fellows' Picnic.
. Of the many picnics to be. held in the
vicinity of the city to-day, we know of 1 ,
none which promises a moreagreeable_and
pleasant day's enjoyment than that of Me=,
ebonies' Lodge, I%To. 9, I. O. O. F., at Moyoe's
Grove, near SharPsburg. Thy managers
have been "untiring in their efforts to
make the affair a success, and we
have no hesitancy in recommend
ing our readers to , attend it. An ex
cellent band of music has been engaged
for the occasion, and the grove isone of the
most delightful' around the , city. Trains
will leave the Net Penna. Railroad Depot,
Federal street. Allegheny, every hour.
The services. of •Lietit. 'Seth .Wilmot end
officer McKelvy, of the Mayor's pollee, have
beenengagsd to preserve order. With suc,h
ell; W il l
Alderman Humbert, James Pur
nell, Will. A. M'Roberts, Samuel England.
and Ales. Hunter, as managers, the affair
cannot , fail to succeed.
Man Drowned-Coroner's. Inquest.
Coroner Clawson was called upon yes
terday to hold an inquest on Itte body of
James Hetherington, who was drowned in
Turtle Creek, near , the . Monongahela river,
about.ten o'clock. , Thursday night.A.,lt _
pears that Hetherington and. his brother
William, both of whornresidsid the ., op.
polite side of the river from Braddoces
Fieldiir crossed the river and went uts:Tur
-1 tie Creek in a skiff to Myers' tavern, where
they, took: several. drirslm Between, ten
and eleven o'clock they started home, and
had proceeded but a short distance after
getting in the skiff, when 'Jannis, who was
very much intoxicated, fell into the water
and . wssdroWitedo - Hisbro t h erendeatned
to rescue him but - failed..'lle''retritned - to
the tavern and informed Myers and others
what lad bappened,'WhOn they went with
him and recovered the body; The"water
was about ten feet ; deep, rhere , he, was
drowned. The decetud3d was forty-01Tb
years of me and, Innen a 3 007i:with font.
The entire Third wardwas thrown into a
state of excitement yesterday' by a rim;
only which' becurred on- Tunnel street
about ten , o'clock. A horse attached ibis
light wagon took fright near the corner of
Temnell and Webster , streets and dashed
along Tunnell 'to Wylie Street at a break
neck pace, and in. turning the corner at
Wylie the wagon - collided with - a - milk
cart, turning It ' over . an& spilling the
milk in the street and breaking an axle.
The' collision appeared to, alarm the fright
ened horse to a still grcater , eiteht, mid' be
continued in his c.a
wild reM.atait incrOsed
;M k of
'up Wylie sfrecit' same die
ice,When the vehicle' to 'which he watt
attached came in contact with soap
*igen, turning it over", and'; Spilling Me
soap man and his stock' in" the street. Sy
thbrtimethe excitement-was . raging at its
height_ i tt:mid the street.andlibbnwalks were
crowded With men, women and children,
(about a thousand' 0!: the. bitter,' 104 $4O
horse beomping slightly entang l ed _ inthe
wreck of the soap after
which the excited cirowd.dis_perpri and rs
tired to . kOsAsoOttef ° fir OboOei
and the ,4431/11 unit ' di stri ct once more
atibldd oll !SO' it 1 ,044 AP* and 01 , 2 00 44 -
WITTSBISII9II , eitfingiffluAATrimv InTrvenNe.
Sad Dead Wit sate eclat While
13"11 2 '...
Yesterday Ahls , -(X1 Ituity4tair eta,
ottetover it , by.. the Painful announcement
that Mr. ..,Tohn i ft. /*Nilson, .of the firm of
Mair & Davison; thfit and 1114 son, an
interesting la&nt :twelve ''aummergi,ftad
been drowned-in thil Bawer river, a tribu
,tary of the Ohio, at Rochester, Penna. It
"marl that the, deceased, who temir-
IM•Ily taken up - a Bumme r residence with
his family-at Rochester, had taken his son
to bathe in the river and to give him in
structions in the artafswiniming; in which
Mr. Davison was an adept., The. boy,
beyond his - depth, and, it Is sup
posed,,took crampe d sinking - be
neath the • aurface nailer -a rift. The
father dived after him, and on coming
up under the raft sustained such Injury on
the head tia -must have_ rendered-him -in
sensible, and he Was drowned. The body
of the stin - Weis 'recovered about eleVen
o'clock on Thursday night,and that of the
father about. - nine ;o'clock Friday morn
jug, a short distance below the rafts. Tbe
forehead of Mr. Davison ben) a deep sear.
supposed to have been received in striking
the raft. The bodies- were brought ;to thie
city, and' will be burled from their resi4
dente, Bellfield, near Oakland,. Sun
day afternoon, at one o'clock. _..Carriages
*ill leave •Pairman' & Samson's, corner of
Seventh and Smithfield streets, for the
house, at twelve o'clock, noon.
litr. Davison was one of bur Moat worthy
and esteemed business men. Relied long
been-connected with - the • Bellfield Union
Church and Sabbath Sellicel;inid much of
the credit of the elegant. new church erect
ed at 13ellfteld and about . to be dedicated to
the worship of God, is due him, as: he con
tributed, largely and aided materially in its
erection.. Onthe very night of his painful .
death he was ret.leated Superintendent tof
the Bellfield Sabbath School,. a position
which he -had long held - with Credit - and
honor. Rind, - genial and friendly, suf..
rounded-by wwhole host of friends andne
quaintananced, lie has Wen called to eter
nity and will be - sincerely mourned a
pious and good christian departed.
Tius & Dixey'a
Minstrel., troupe, which has for the inlet
week been playing to large and fashionable
audiences at the Opera House, will giVe a
60mi:1-Fourth of July. Matinee this-after
noon, and an e'ntertainment• this evening.
The troupe is a most excellent one, end i ve
are grati to see it so 'liberallron
ised. The manager, owing to the e x cellent
business; has concluded to remain for one
week longer. -
THE liftsEux.—Major Burnell will have
his museum open as usual to-day, and we
would advise all in search of a pleasant en
tertainment for an hour or two to visit
MCFARLAND'S GROVE.—The pic-nic of
the St. Vincent de Paul Society, at .Mc-
Farland's Grove, will be a splendid affair.
The Committee of Arrangements is com
posed of some of the leading men of our
city, and they have been energetic in the
perfbrmance of the duty assigned them.
The arrangements have been completed,
and the Committee have been exceedingly
liberal; so that it cannot fail to be a success.
BEAVER FAT-ie.—The grand Social Pie
ta at Patterson's Grove, ..Beaver Falls;
given to-day, under the auspices of the
ladies of St. Joseph's congregation, New
Brighton, will be one of the most pleasant
and enjoyable entertainments of the day.
The grove is one of the most delightful in
the country, and is beautifully located.
The company will be select, and every
thing has been arranged with a view to the
comlort and 'enjoyment of those who attend
it. • A special train will leave Beaver Falls
for Allegheny City at 6:15 P.M.
EAOLR PICNIC The picnic of the Eagle
Fire Company, to be held at Mcifee'sßocks
to-day. will be one of the most delightful
affairs of the season. The Committee have
been unusually liberal in their arrange.
ments, and have left nothing undone calcu
lated to add to the enjoyment of the occa
sion. The steamer "Ellen May" will make
hourly trips from the Monongahela wharf,
stopping at Mancheater going and return
ing, and the accommodation trains on the
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Rail
road will stop at Wood's Run, opposite the
LAFAYETTE HALL.—The ladies fair and
B. Chu r ch
a he h i b s n Ha t l
will Ross street hf.
be an attractive
place to-eight. Great preparations have
been made for the occasion, and the ar
rangements for the entertainment and en
joyment of visitors are all that could be de
sired. The object is a worthy one and de
serves a liberapatronage. •
Onsxwoon Gnovs.—A grand celebration
will be held at this delightful grove to-day
in aid of the Frankstown School. Liberal
arrangements have been triad° and visitors
cannot fall to enjoy themselves. Trains
will leave the Pittsburgh and Connellaville
Depot every hour.
G. A. H.- 7 -01licers Elected.
At a meeting of Post 35, of the . Grand
Army of the Republic, bald in' their Hall;
on Laoook street, Allegheny, Thuilday
evening; the fellowing Wagers Foie elected
for tho ensuing term: •
Post Commandant—John C. Semple. _
SomorYiee—Josiah t plsy, •
Juinior Vioe-Wni. F..l2Larvey.
Adjutant—Hiram P. Callow.
Surgeon—Wm. B. Hezlep.
Chaplain—Frank E. Tyler.
--- the DIW-701380 Liston,
OfDior ot . -Jesst.
Otlicerfot thethiitra-W. BaYers.
Delegates, to the Semi-Annual Convent
tion, to be held at. Pottsville, Wednesday,
Bth inst.—Jobe G. Brown Augustus Beck
ert, C. A. Miller, Joseph F. Neely, Wm. J.
McGratty and 3. R. Oxldy. • •
ltegedjisfaulter. T - •
John Laughraln, a road contractor; yester
day made information at the Mayor's office,
charging John YOLLIV, Road Commissioner
of the Peebles district with larceny by
bailee. 4,, appears_that Air. Young had in
his Possessionn'best POO of the city funds
which vas •to be appropriated to the -
provement of roads in his distr 4.ict., port
tract was let to the'prcsebtitor, and'a Yew
days, sines ,be • called at Mr. Young's red
dance to draw some money, nut failed to
end" thatlentlemaxt -atiltune:r4DlAlleges
that Young has decamped with, the funds
of the city with'intenttOotiVat and defraud.
' warrant yfatlisanti ,
special ' Announcontint erg ',, to the
great rush of patrons at the Masonic Hall
Auction Rooms last might , forth imnohwie
of bargains in the dry and s traw goods
lines, at the great marine° , BON ~many.. of
whom were turned , ,away ,without being
waited upon, Messrs. Smithson, VenhOok
and MciOlelhind have revived 'to keep
their rooms open for the accommodation of
all ,np till noon to-day. Those desiring to
procure great bargains should not fail to
incocence...-Only lieffens, an infant '.o
nine months, was found playing with a
snake, a few days ago. His mother wagon=
Kaged in the garden, and left the child - sit
ting on a border near by. Her excitement
st beholdintc the sight was such thatch*/
could give no.aatisfactory, account'as-to the
stye' or - nature of the reptile,
de even after
having shaken it out of the , han of the
child.-rParkercburg Times. '
'11? 4'l /field • ur 36
a , eat, —The " aynosbnrg. 8
seVerthairthe following: Some days asms
Mrs. A. B. Miller, of this place, In coming
Awn stairs . ith Latta in her sririli trip'
pedr and fell headlong, by, w hi c h th e .01111(4
sirriZteen was 60 badly
In , it died : ati.Sunday, Morning
list. 3 MAN "Miff waa also pretty severely,
though. denlOgisii!‘ in
Jur • 6'.
GatingMA' 41 7 7 * 1 V 7r • 17 i
A newdevioe to decetve,l4 l 7,.ilnonint bal
'fatal' i'lreiCiaginteat 'Aistusisting , OU-sit
iron rod galvanized w ith " sine.' This has
been pushed into all parts Cli the oonfitry,
and:* it.has a neat atiirsiibstanttal appear;
ante,many persons look no further .:', t3cl
- , . ~
entitle investigaticsa proves ainc to be little
superior to iron as a conductor, and exPerl
once , proves this rod , to -be absolutely
dangerous. In R0A4300,T,, Xs., Ju..-Wheel ,
iii ; vila
ing,'W. W.; and other plachbOenwhieh
hadlhis galvanized rod p up_onthezithis
summer were struck and badly damaged:
The braiding at Wheeling . almost ruin
We We he publi - to buy only the
Munson -Copper p Rod, w eh has stoodihe
test ofl a dozen .years, d is- conig4ntly
growing in favor.
(plena "MP*, nd,,Front" Grocery,
of- aritie ' Clet - . • - '' lin. , 'VW-Federal
street, • Allegheny, co • tinues to receive , a
fall share of the pub a-patronage. ...The
proprietors have ever; made it a rule` to
keep constantly bale . d a large and Judi.:
dourly selected stook of groceries and , prol
visions, and their patrons can ; at aU times
depend on procuring tlevery best the mar
ket atfoids eV iniist r&wnable:triceis: N'S
where else in the two ties ears be 'found si
larger or fresher 'of pure and unadnl
terated,teasi coffees, plass, general gro:
write andr provisions. Tellers Who buy to
sell again,- aa well- retail patrutserwill
consult their own interests by favoring the
original" Diamond Front Grocery With a
parchaalug visit.— • • • • . .:
Sale of Real Estate.—A very attractive
sale of real estate took` place on the Perrys
ville road on Tuesday afternoon list. A
five acre; plot near the Observatory had
been divided into fifty-six building lots tty
Mr. • Dihen, of No. 107 Wood street. The
prices realized were 5400 tp 1!(.4.50 lb? lots
twenty-ibie 'bY one hundred and: fifty'. to
twenty-five by one ,hundred and seventy
feet. -- Fifteen lots remain, which iay be
purchaied at private sale of the' (kw er, or
at the office of the auctioneer, Mr. Leg
gatg, N0..158 rederal %red, ..11.11eKtpuy.,
Articles fer the Toilet,—Jo*ppli iiiirflett
*lc Co.. the disthiguiebefl Chemists of Bos
ton, are the manufacturers of several high
ly celebrated and excellent art:idea Mt the
toilet, yi= Coconino for the hair, Kalliston
for the skin. Florimel, an exquisite hand
kerchief perfume and OrientarfoothVnih.
Barnett & C. are also the manufacturers
o of fruits and flowers for flavor
ing jellies, preserves, arc., which have
great celebrity for theirpurity and
strength. They are very popular inthis
oity.--21firittrea/ Herald.' : . . ' TisT
At Col. J. D. Egan& well known literary
and book depot, Sixth street, near Smith
field street, scholars and others wilt find
a very fine assortment of rare volumes as
well as the current publications of the day.
Fulillnes of legal; business and ladies' sta
tionery are kept constantly on hand, while
all the leading magazines, periodicals and
literary newspapers will be found on the
counter.. Readers desiring anything In this
line are recommended to favor, Col. Egan
with a purelasing visit. ‘: • •
The Strawberry season is rapidly drawing
viea close and our readers who have not yet
ted the first class rooms of P. H. Mo.:
Guire, No. 105 Fifth street, to partake of
the delicious luxury served with tempting
ice cream, should at once do so. No where
else in the city will parties receive more at
tention and courteous treatment. Ladles
oan t this saloon for ice cream, straw
berries, luncheon or meals unacoompanied
and Gas Flturel.Di —r. T. -
Ewens, plumbler. gas and steam fitter, at
No. 165 Wood street, has on hand at his es
tablishment an extensive assortment of
pumps of the most improved patterns, suit
able for the country trade, and the l argest
and best assorted stock of gas fixtures to
be found in the city. We cheerfully com
mend both him and his establishment .to
Gas and Steam Elttiug.—We take pleas
ure in calling the attention of dur readers
to the establishment of Mr. Thos. T. Ewens,
165 Wood street, near Sixth. Mr. Ewens is
engaged in the ptumbiug, gas and steam
fitting business, and being a practical me
°haute superintends ail - work entrusted to
the establishment. Special attention given
to work in the country.
The word Continental is a very familiar
one, and always reminds one of knee
breeches'and surtonta, unless it is coupled
with saloon, InWhich case the smiling face
of Holtzheimer and his welt -laden tables
loots Up in the imaginatiodef 'all who have
an appreciation of the good things to be
found at the Continental saloon, Fi ft h
street, next door to the Postollice.
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• Hoitahelineros Continental 'lateen, foils
dies and gentlemen, is the resort of epicures.
His tab filled with te lux-
cries of les
the season are
and a competent h corps
of cooks and attend always arits are always on hand
who take :pride and pleasure in waiting on
customers. The Continental is , one door
below the Fostoflice on Fifth street. i
Holtzheimer is proprietor of the Conti
nental Dining Saloon, Fifth street, next
door to the Postofllce...7t is one of the
most popular establishments of its charao.
ter in the city, and receives a full share of
public patronage. The rooms are alvmys
clean, cool arid oomforta)le, and the taoles
supplied with the best the market Gorda.
Mr. P.M.lWGnire g s elegantly furnished
and handOrnoly situated private dining
rocana should be generally known by those
of our citlzena who take meals during bus
inem hours in the city. Clean tables; goad
attendance and all the substautials and del
icacies of the market , can' at all times be
depended Upon. . . ,
Actual Tidal Tens Which La Best i—Mr.
J. P. Keeter: I can recommend your scales
above any others Ittave ever seen. 'for au.'
curacy and quickness in weighing
0. C. House, Manager, DrY7Run Coal
Works, Monongahela Cltyl'Junelo,lB6B.
Tent Preachtag.—To-inwrrow (Sunday)
arteXXle ,at te
a gnatter past'four• oloolt
there willhe Sondem held in.the “Tent," ,
under the auspices:of the Young Menge
Chrlatis.U':Mitiodation,Pn the *met lot , 0 P•
posits the Atlas. Works, Ninth•ward. , •
Pure Taw , Pure Coffees, unadulterated
Spices,'Table Sineesind COndinients;',Oanl
nod widtDrted Pi,ults; Toilet Soar% /Iru t ta
Molasses and general,Groceriesf n.sp en
variety at established-, Tea
Mart, No. 20 Fifth street. '
' and totili Allegheny at Pilate:
Sale.—The properties, 15 Linden street and
17- Jaulegt street. Third ward ;Alleheriy,
will be sold on Monday next at two o'clock.
See advertisement in another otilumn !;1'
A. la:agate, Auctioneer.
~'What though , the spicy lweeztri blow
soft o'er 'Ceylon's Isle?" softer and,moxe
delicious is the odor of Woodworth's new
tierthnie, „nor , Santo. Sold by,
all dealers in fancy goods. vo.
liliesleey.—A very line aasortment of
choice heisery, suitable for the seasou has
just haat °pane& "IttriV:,' W Mairhaild%
fashionable retail , trimming hou,Se, NO:
Maritet street, , I , • A
Sweetmeats and general oonfeetiOnery
adrnlrabla aeleotion arid assortment can no
wherwelsirbetter be obtained than at P.ll.
WA 3l 4Tielkl i o - _
er;e 4 . ooo aolv in use, Of Prince ar. Co• 8
MitOfilfitin Organs and Melodeons.'
only:by Charlottaltiutne, Fiftb '
Pins, as., at
Leader Building, OPP, P. 0.
Perlin* traroti Mt: Wrinuirhr , adultera .
garde the t t r‘ernikal, ginsi nUns and whis
kies, dealt.ln this Rroppreseive _day ain
whit ( is'fbisted ,uptin the "Market' by ‘ irre
aonaible dealers as pure China and Japan
teas: Ilousekeeptis eannotbb too careful
as to whets they . purchase. •• :The old ell ,
able tea mart, Na 20 Fifth -street, has long
sastained•a high -reptdatitirclet the purity
and Savor of the teas sold there, and mega
body can defend on receitittg, just what
they • desire - pure, , .unadultersted,, .• fine
flavored fresh -teas :at; very 1 ,reasonable
Prices. -One trial is all that is ;asked to ae
cute YOU? patronage, as satisfaction is guar.
anteviand must follow. • ; ,:•, • • -• •• '
-T.:ll.l3mnd Social Pic-nio will be held at litot
Farlandl *Grove, for • the' benefitl'ot the
the = anspicest .1 cif -;-(.the
- Society of Vincent, - De: . Pant, St:
Pinks Cciideritnee, ofc- July Dinner
and admission tickets, 50 centsv adtitission
to: the grove . mitb.out :tickets, 26- cents:
Trains eu the Teennsylvenia Railroad will
leave tad , -Unkni) Depot'. as follows: :at 7:50
and:ll:sk. a. and in the afternoon at 3:05,
4:00 and 6:10 cieloctiL -Returning trains ar
rive! at,, 2115, 6:50, 7:15 and 9:30 p: rn. The
Oakland Passengerßailway, cars run to
the grove every , Wf honk.: 3L
•The Continlaital.—Holtabeimer's -Conti
nental Saloon, Fifth street; one door west of
the , Thistoffice. is one of the best dining sa
loons in tne city. hfr.. If: has' an extensive
experience as a caterer; and gives the mat
ter-his entire attention, awl' the result 1e
that his extensive" and , comfortable rooms
are filled with citstomers At all times: •
The best qualities of tate, coffees; sPicesi
dried trait and groceries will be found at
Robinson's Tea Mart; No:' 20 Filt at _ll street, -
reasonlible prices. "igguick' Males and
small pofite is theinotto at tills- bathblish
ment, which, perhaps, accounts for -the
laigeshttreof patronage its redeiVes: s-
• Print% & Co., have' sent fbrth a greatet sTEWART-tiEcatASTERS.-On Thursday. July
number of Organs and Ifelbdeoits that! the, 9.1, at the residenteof the bride's mother, Rm.
whole of the other manufaotnrere In' the LeonortiMeldniteri, by lieT. D. 11. liollook. It. R.
United Statps ernlibined:'-lrorty-six diff6r- STEWART, kaq,, of Stewarvs Station, and bliss
ent styles noW-Mr-exhibition at Blume's oARRIE3taiIAsTERs, of Turtle Creek. Pa.
Music store,,43 Fifth atTeet. Each..iniitru- 1 _____-J------.•------ -
meat warranted for,five years..- .
New. York Conventlon.—For ftilf - partio-
Went of the DelllooTatie Convention of to
day, by special telegrams -ands Associated
Press, ilea the 'Leader of tomorrow morn.-
The •Library of a deceased RonuraDath.
clic clergyman in Ireland, embracing
French , and Latin sermon boOksland rare
English-publications. Cali and see them at
,J. D. Egan's well and popular
news and library depot/ Sixth street, near
At W. W. Moorhead's faihipnable retail
trimming and notion, house, No. 81 Market
street, the ladies will find a superb stook
of new novelties in the way of. laces; in
sertings, .4341,311185, embroideries and lace
goods. Prices very reasonable. . -
Robinson; at No. 20 Fifth street, 'keeps a
very, fine. assortment of green and b lac k
teas, coffee , and spices,
which he warrants
fresh and pure, and unadulterated.. His
• rices are reasonable. •
Gentlemen wi./1 'be delighted, With the
very elegant and seisonable, stook of fur
nishing goods just received at W. WJdoor
head's trimming and , notion hones, No.' Si
Market street ,
The oldest Melodeon and erg. an establish
ment in theljnited States is that of Scioto
A. Prince dr, Co. Their wholesale ['Raney is
at Charlotte Blame's Piano and Music stare,
43 Fifth street , . • • ,
Convention.-For rn MI Particle
Convention of to
day, by spbcial telegra ms
Press, SOO the Leader
of to-morrow mem
ink ' "
Pic NW gloves, fans and light gt.ods gen
erally, at W. W. Dloorhead's popular And
fashionable retail trimming and notion
house, No. 81 Market street.
Delicious soda water, drawn from frees
ing marble fountains, oonstaritly on
draught at P. H. hfcilnire's, No. 105 Fifth
The placit o get White Lime, Calcined
Plaster, 1 Hydraulic Cement, is at D. R.
Esker's,' 167 First street. . -
Gothic and Plain Chimney Tope,' Drain
Pipe and Tile, at D.. R. Eckor'a, 187 First
Builders, Plasterers and Bricklayers sup-
plied at D. R. Baer's, 107 First street.
Fouriti of , July—Flags, Lanterns,
Pittock's, OPP. P. O. • ••‘ •
• P i tt tt oo k'a, OPP. P. (3-
Base Ball Goods, at
Dililenity between the Mexican Authorities
and a British , Steauter.
(fly Telegraph to tire Pittsburgh tiesette.i
• SAW Ft/Armco, July 2.—Massatlan.advi
ees of June 22d silt a serious
is reported 'between the . edinggan
4er-of the war steamer. Chanticleer
and the Mexican autnorities.•„ The Chantl
. , ~.
deer, while off Alta, got...into a dangerous
position ~and,., tired signahgunar roe WO
tame. A pilot went- oat and , released the
ship •from danger, when the - Captain refas
ed to.pay him for the rservices. rendered,
and Wont to Mazatlan. The Collector of the
p_ort.ef Mazatlan found one of the MUM'S of
the Chanticleer convey ing specie aboard to
avgid port him. arrested,. search
ed,'and found gold on his _persbn.' ,The
Captain came ashore in great °schen:lent
and declared the vessel andbimself Wird=
ted by -being ::searched by his subordi
nates. Some • words--•'followed,: which
ended by the: Calleator ordering the Capstain to be searched !under the impretislon
- that he also was implicated in smuggling.
The' Captain , then., went. aboard the Chan,:
tidier and notifirid - the inhabitants by a
proclamation that was to bombard
Mazatlan - for'• the -, intuift <to the Engllith,
Numerous notes passed' between 'Comman
der Bridge, 'General Corona and the civil
authorities, the American 'Consul ISession
Baling •as' mediator. Ultimately Bridge
mod:tired - 111s proclamation se as to play°
the'poit - of Mazatlan.- tinder the: blockade
safer -:as Meatball vessels are concerned
not <inteirfering with,-American or. other s
foreign vessels until he htid-rebeivold order
from the Admiral ibminanding his station.
The action , of •Gen: Corolla andq tbe fd_ela•
earoauthoritled is • generally apProwa l '
ties!' r-tect t he
left Aespiltto Ibi,Uttra ” tad . stews
States war!' stSiower es.
American interests.' ; Tbe e hr .-st T ,.,
steamer Reggeg• arrived st" l / 7
dem ee t-vd e- inste•and seized
Bridgedlet. <• s '
, first that the officer
who searched - ids - •
hiatioleenir,n.:)Yhe sentaboardthp Chan
dest w be itn WKS.' saw lit' 9 6 '
s ooner than subnlit to
tuna replied ' r an ep o li n ed trige < t•ha t t o w 7 " vi ld t th e city to
be bemberoodc m 'in indign ant
oat ithe has retaliation te make
iftegeT,, make •It" in a manner customary
he " civilised " alone, -through' the proper
channel! •• , •
• '< • Es piosion of a:Powder-Mill, • •
vwrelegraph to the Pittsburgh Chszett94 •
(11..ailTFoR -Clititi77Uly 3.—A powder
niftlinSoltleomitiidlisut, belonging tethe
ifazariidille Powder -. ComPiny,..exploded:
on --Thuindar•mbritiilit,< Mulling the only
two persons •in the -Militia shocking um:
neri so bad .thst theirtlivee' are despair mY• ed',
of. , Mind rgairmi; work Man fttr' nU
yearrabourthilW.l4 and 'Wanda - Riallisa. l
aon,,Suparlntendent of 'tbilrecittety
ment,' , are tha• •aufflovitr It. 'but 'three:
Weal! since !a tettrihk. the same Nati, Was ,
blawil tip In the night; b#t. 114*,'
near to be injured. •• •
—Henry- Schroeder shpt W in..Jericho,*
c A o ft s e u n b n .
in rn * ing b ! o h iri atlmah, bider. ,
Schroeder was (arrested by Jerlcho t in the
moping on t_t process, and m eet
hirnin the *.S'erneen Invited him to ill
a glass of beer,lind while he was
it Schroeder sh o t . hint. Schroeder is now
in jail. 4 '„
7'. 1 0,Y1P1"
eS /1" 44
City Telegraph to the Plttahargh Gazette.)
Nsw 0111.14KNS, July 3.—Cotton , firmer;
3034 c; *ales, 545 bales; reixdpts,
341 bales; exports; 3,098 balesr sales for the
Week, 2,033 c 415 0, exports to Liverpool,:
1,811 bales; coastwise, 2,598 'bales; receipts
for- the week.; 4401. Dales; stock by actual,;
count, 6,055 bales. Sterling,, 153a155. New;
York Sight Exchange 3 : premium. Gold;
1393:a140. Sugar ull and declined
ly; Nos .-12 and 13 d
Cuba, 12a13e. Molasses
noinhuil at 401152 c. Flour steady, at 19,24
superfine: and $lO , for treble extra,
Cate 90a95c, I-Hayrm and unchanged.
:uiet at,70%. Pork quiet at $29. Ba
con; shoulders, 13c; clear sides, 1.7 c. Lard
nominal, at 10c for tierce and 20c for.keg.
putrid° Market. .
tßy Telegraph id the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
BUFFALO, July 3.—The receipts for the
past twenty=four hours amounted to 600
bushels wheat,. 179,000 bushels corn, 100
buihelpments t fos oas,r*id
the. s ame ti m barrels Sour. The
she were 220,000
bushels wheat; andi 32,000 'bushels corn.
Freights are unchanged. Flour is dull and
unchanged. Wheat is- unchariged and
nominal. Corn is =settled, and sales
were made early in the 'day at 900, and
towards the close of the market sales were
made at 93c for No. .2 sound. Oats firmer,
with Sales at173a740. Rye; there is none in
the •market: Barley is nominal. Mesa.,
POrk is unchanged. Lard is unchanged.
DIED; • --. • . ,
HEBBIOTT.--.011.-Tisursda7 eventing. July Ad. at
le- o'clock, Capt. JAMES HEERIOTT, la the
771 h year of his age.
.The funeral wIU take , place from his late residence. -
No. 131 print street, ep - SuanaAY -1311113r00N, at
3 o'clock, :.to proceed to the Allegheny Cemetery.
The friends of the family are .respectfully Invited to
FABLE__,_YJ--On Thursday. July 2d. 1£1514. MATTI
A. FAILLEX. eldest daughter of Thomas Farley,.
Fenerar_yrche the residence of WM. P . swam.
corner of osa and 1 4 :egity streets, East Liberty
1 On Sunday July sth, at 3 o'clock r. M. Carriages
Will leaVe e 'Post Office, Alleglieui City, at 1:30
P. ti., and t,he corner o' Fenn and St: Clair atreeti; .
Pittsburgh, at 1:45 Y. M. , - . • .
MATTHEW Friday morning. .Tuly,3l, 'at 1 o'elnek,
HALF., in the-4-3d year of hie age. -,.
The funeral will take place from the residenc e of ',
Ins motherrin-law, Mrs—Vetoer, on Stoond street ',
road, : on SuNDAY. Jell sth. at 1 'clock'.o m - . The •
friends oft the
family are respectfully nvited to
attend. C rriages will leave the establitibment of
Alex. Aiken, No. 100 Fourth street,at half pest '
12. o'cloc k, - •' •• . _ __...•
SCOTT-Oi. Friday morning, July 31, Mr. Hun.
SCOTT, at •bls late realdence .
No. 42 Franklin .
street, aged 67 years. • - •
*Funeral s ervices at the Sixth Preatryterian Church •
on iiricnay, "Jnlysth. act° A. in. ' •. '
• LEVIS-4l ThursdaY. July Ad. In Pernasints, S.
Westmoreland county. Pa., Mrs. ELIZA J. LEVI
wife of H. M. Levis, of Allegheny CitY, In the 2.lbd ,
year of ber age. . • " •
The funeral will take place on Sawituai,:Jaly
4th, it 41• o'clock r.. 24,.•, in Pariummts. The friends
of the family are respectfully Invited to attend.'
' DAVISON—JOHN' S. 'DAVISON, aged 43 years.
• and JOHN It. DAVISON. son of the above; and An
bie U. •Piin, aged Az years._ - _
The Inneaal e , of both father and sou.will ne
in - the Benefield. Presbyterian Church. near
• ifbabusdron Einnosi ArpaiNoo2l. next. July sth,
commencing OA o'clock., The friends of the family
are Invited to.be present.. Carriages will leavathe
office of Feirinan & Samicra, corner of Seventh and
Snalthileld streets, at ISl.ov.ii:Kk. 11.
AILFAEX.. AMEN,_ UNDERTAKER,
No. 100 YOURTEI STREET, Pittpirp.rh,d Pa.
INS of all kinds, CRAPES, GLOVE, , and ry description of Funeral Furnishing Goods fur
nished. Rooms open day and night. Howse and
Carriages furnished, ... •
REFERENCSS—ReO. David 'Kerr, D. v.., Rev.
W. Jacobus, D. D., Thomas Ewing, Esq., Jacob ii.
,AAILLES &PEEBLES 'UNDER-
J TANEMS AND LIVERY STABLVA corner of
SNDUaIEY STREET AND CHURCH VENI3I.,
Allegheny City. where their COP IeIN DOohll3 are
constantly supplied with real and imitation Rose'
wood, Mahogany and Walnut Coffins, at prices vs,
fling from OA to (100. Bodlea prepared for Inter
ment. Hearses and Carriages furnished; also, ail
ids of Mourning cloodd. If required. Office opei
sa all hours, day and night.
nOBERT - 'l'. BOONEY,,01111)Elt•
TAKER AND EIdRALMEB, No. 46 OHIO
EST,' Allegheny, and No. KO DIAMOND
SQUARE, thY John Wilson. 8r05.,) keeps alwandays
On hands the beet Mstal , Itcsewood, Walnut .t,
Imitation Rosewood - Coffins. Walnut Coffins from
015 upwards. •Rosewood Coffins 00 Co ill
other Coffins I • proportion. -Carriages and Heilrael
furnished at low rates. Crape, <Roves 'F'lst y e and
Engraving fa :Lod path. o ffice open i da
We brave Just received (tom there tinfnertnrer.
A 1 1 17 LI: AZI.!,OIIMMENT OF
IN maws MI►DF PROM
Pirr•rslasiJit 4 ala •lsTrEZlX..
They are the best yetciffeiad 1,6 ottr,trute.
DUNSEATH & HASLET'Ts,
65 EIPTH ST. OPPOSITE MASONIC ItAu„
EkgAlenie:ll l SFl ) rina th2
617 t 4t r u s i rT MOB IMEEDG:IIA ,
. JUST OPENED, AT
HENRY (3k - 171A1,,,
CArner of Penn and St. Clot
t i - 4 , in -4, 4 / F*o l* * it I
1.7.- BILH AND THit./Fi9) :V
Gept'll Gauze: 'Maitn44 'BMr,.. and
'lq! ut t al ', l:l 7 7w F rs !
s ul i t eadept, Ingreat.varicaY, AT
Black Laic Mittel, at
i , ASAMECOHEIL
I I .
mtt. DEALER IM
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