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Rs lash* Gay*.
The Rev• W. C. Smith, in a recent
work called the "Indiana Miscellany,"
tells the following political anecdote: In
1842 • Joseph Chapman, (the same' who,
despairing of the success of his party,
was admonished to "crow, Chapman,
crow,") and Thomas Walpole. a Whig
lawyer, who then resided in Greenfield,
were'opposing candidates for the State
'Sent . Walpole had been in the Senate
and hapman in/the House of Represen
tally . The Senatorial district was
composed of the counties of Hancock and
Madison. The canvass -became warm.
The candidates stumped' the district' o
gether.' Walpole was neat in his apparel,
and wore ruffled shirts. ' Chapman was
peculiarly slovenly inhis'appearance. !'ln
those days the Democrats charged the
Whigs with being the "raffled shirt
gentry." By this they made many votes
among the yeomanry of
rptin this charge Chapman rang the
changes well against Walpole as they met
upon the stump, from time , to time, very
often pointing to the ruffles on his bosom
as evidence of the truth of the charges.
They had spent some two weeks in
Madison county, speaking every day ex
cept Sunday. All - this time Chapman
had not changed his linen, and it' became
so much soiled that even he could not en
diire it any lon ger. He told Walpole one
evening that he would be under the ne
oessity of go g home, in order to get a
clean shirt, and could not be with him the
next. day. Walpole objected, and pro
posed to lend him - one. Chapman said,
“Thrit will not do. Your shirts have
ruffles on them, and you knew I am fight
ing the 'ruffled shirt , gentry.' " Walpole
replied, "You can - button your double
breasted vest over your bosom and hide
the ruffles." He consented, and next
morning pot on one of Walpole's shirts.
That day it was Chapman's turn to speak
first. In his speech he reiterated the
charge — of'ruffled shirt gentry," and
pointed to the ruffles protruding from Wal
pole's boso. When he closed his speech,
Walpole arose and with great indignation
referred to the !abuse he had received
from Chapmanlduring the canvass for
wearing ruffled shirts. Said he: "Fellow
citizens, I do wear ruffled shirts; you see
them now in my bosom.= lam an honest
man. Ido not try to conceal 'them. I
abhor a hypocrite. What character is so
much despised, as . that of a hypocrite?
This dishones t , hypocritical opponent of
mine has een abusing me from day to
day for w 'ng ruffled shirts, and I have
borne it patiently, refining to expose his
hypocrlcy. - I will expose him now, and
prove to y u that hewears ruffled shirts,
as well as ." Atthat momenthe caught
hold of Ch prom's vest, as' he fiat near
him, and re it open, when out popped a
handful of ruffles. 'At this the audience
raised a tremendous shout. Chapman
was so much surprised and confused that
he did not da
_re to gob up and confess that
' he had on. Walpole's shirt. The trick
gained several votes for Walpole.
Bow a Primatt of England is Installed.
The enthronement of the Most Rev.
Archibald Campbell Tait, E. D., D C.
, . i
L., primate of all England and metropol
itan, ninety-Second Archbishop of Can
terbury, took place in the Metropolitan
church of the pr vince in, the presence of
a vast number o nerSons. The dean and
chapter, with oth la connected with the
cathedrll, assemb ad in the audit room,
where Sir Trave Twiss. - the ;Vicar Gen
eral of the province, produced the Queen's
mandate for the enthronement. A pro ,
cession was then formed and passed
throngb. the great western door of the ca
thedral into the choir, immediately upon
which the Hallelujah chorus was sung,
and divine service was proceeded with.
At the end of the 'first lesson the Arch
deacon of Maidstone, acting for the Arch-
A deacon df Canterbury, who, on account of
his Reza age, was unable to attend, con
ducted the Archbishop to the throne, the
-dean and canons, standing round, and
said:. , "I do induct, install, and enthrone
you, the Most Reverend Father, in Goa,
Archibald Campbell Tait, Doctor in
DivinitY, Lord Archbishop of Canter
•buryOnto the archbishopric and arch
episcopal dignity of the see of - Canter
bary, into the real, actual and corporal
profession of the same,With all and sin
. gala the rights, digities, honor, pre
eminences, and appurtenances thereof;
:and the Lord!preserve your going out and
coming in fr m this time forth forever
more. Ame." The archbishop remain
ing on his t roue, and the dean, vice
dean and ' arc deacon having returned to
i l l
their stalls, e service proceeded with
the "Benedicite," the anthem being "This
is the day which the Lord path made,"
by Professor s t. H. S. Oakley, of the Edin
burgh University. The archbishop was
twat conducted to the marble chair, and
then to the deSn's stall, when the "Te
Deum" was sung. ' The dean then read
the suffragesd the prayer for the new
archbishop, Pronounced the blessing
from_the dean'stall, and theproceedings
in the cathedra closed, the legal formali
ties being go , through in the Chapter
The Inauguration Scene.
The iiiniplicrty of the ceremony was its
most'atrikin feature. ' "My God," ; paid
:a foreign diplomat,' "Is this the way you
make' ulers of this great country?" and
.added that the investiture of , a medal a
foreign Court was attended with twice the
ixunP"atei . He , acknowledged,
ho*pyer, that the freedom of, the occasion
4 a .s. a guarantee cir the strength of. our
- The , nddreas written in Grant's
.own handwriting, and bore marks of re
.cent changes,- as a glance at it disclosed
interlineations and 'erasures In the origi
nal form. ' '
Whin Jefferson * was inaugurated be
. rode to the 'capitol on horseback. No
friends accompanied him," and no proccs
*ion filled the streets. ;When he reached
- the capitol he dismounted, and with his
.wn hands tied hishorse to the fence. He
en ; went in and took' the oath of Ofilint
returning m the same manner. Jeffer
401l'S inautural was not unlike Grant's.
"Srrna. is the place where the'lraveller
tither gains Or loses one dtkylrithe *melt.
A person piing eastwardly around the
world; gibe the day which is lost by'one
who goes to the west, and Sitka is the
point at which the two reckonings meet.
The - RuaAlai who have;journeyed to.
ward it eastward through Siberia cele
brate their accustomed Sabbath, while the
Californian, who has reached it by a *est
, ward journey across America, finds the
shops shut and business suspended on his
The Eighth •Avenue.
Under the title of "Glances at °Owns"
the Jewish Messenger has an articte the CITY or
ALLZAHENT, March bib, 11039,
Eighth avenue, from which we quote .the Iig'SEALED PELOPOSAILS will
followin be received at this office until 3 o'clock
• , P. 11., on
Saturday night is glorious on the Eighth
avenue. From Thirty-fourth - to -Forty- FRIDAY, MARCH 12th,
second streets especially is the sight ex
hilirating, lively. ar.d chaiacteristic. FOR GRADING AND PAVING
Everybody goes marketing—one grand
exposition of fruit, fish, and vegetables,
usurps the street from the railway track
to the crowded sidewalk. It is Amster
dam, Rotterdam, and London, at our
very door.' Unearthly cries rend the air,
smoky lamps lend a wierd-like bril
liancy to the spectacle, small boys and
stout old women alternately direct your
attention to peanuts and onions; here you
gee a female bent double with age and in
firmity haggling about the price 'of a small
measure of potatoes—there you are dis
gusted with the parley between the ven
der of stale fish and a very particular cus
tomer; the noise, confusion, unearthly
glaceand decbledly uncomfo rtable odor,
do not predispose you in favor of the
company. There seems to be a fine trade
doing in unmarketable commodities,
while countrrwagons, their horses quiet
ly munching straw and released from
harness, are diawn up in single file all
away along the pavement, and are soon
relieved of their harden of fresh produce.
There are two - liquor stores on'every
block, and a drug store at alix6st each
corner. There is not a single church on
the avenue—a remarkable fact, quite un
parallelled in any other street of our city.
There was, indeed, an attempt to estab
lish a synagogue once, over, an oyster sa
loon near Forty-second street, i but the
members soon beckune ashamed of the con
ConvenUona I “Mourithig.!,
The addition of so many inches of
crape for every degree of affinity is irri
tatingly absurd. Apart from this, crape
itself is a peculiarly bad material for the •
purpose,: from its expensiveness and its
liability . to injury from every drop of
rain; The too common addition of quan
-titles of let ornaments, or still worse, of
black flowers and other dismal transla
tions of finery into funeral trappings, is
both lugubrious and ill-timed, and nobody
can think the result really beautiful. To
lay aside one's ornaments is the natural
symbol of grief, and a relief when the
feeling is real. The French plan of sig
nifying "depth" of mourning bylincreas
ing the degree of plainness of the simple
black dress, and by the absence of orna
ments and trimming, seems to me much
\the most reasonable,-and appropriate.
The period of, wearing mourning is con
siderably shorter than ours. I believe
they never wear crape 'at all, and I can
not see how any one, living or dead, is
the worse' for it. The free use of white
in all cases of mourning, however deep,
would also be a great gain. In hot wea
ther to condemn mourners to the use of
heavi black clothes is a mild form of
Suttee, and should in common charity - be
New Brighton Churches
[Corr, spondence Pittsburgh Gazette.]
New -BRIGHTON, March 5,1869.
There are nine Ecclesiastical denomi
nations represented here,, as follows:
One Methodist Church, oue Methodist
Episcopal, one Presbyteriati, one United
Presbyterian, one Protestant Episcopal,
one Church of God, one Baptist, one
Quaker and oneloman Catholic.
They are all self-supporting, (if I am
correctly informed) except the Baptist
Chnrcb, which is a mission, established
perhaps three years ago. They each, ex
cept the Quaker, have a Sabbath School,
and together are giving Instruction to
about seven hundred children.
PROBABLE VALUE OF TRW, CHURCHES- ,
First Methodist Church, S. F. Crow
ther, pastor. Two storied brick.-gotlalc
style, substantially finished, with large
and beautiful grounda. Valued at about
Methodist Episcopal Church, J. Mills,
Pastor. Two storied , brick, new; when
finished will be worth about $25,000.
Presbyterian Church, Rev. Critchlow,
pastor. Stone church in process of erec
tion. will cost about $50,000.
United Preshyterian Church, Rev.
Wallace; pastor. Single storied brick,
substantial building, large grounds, val
ued at about $15,000._ _
Protestant Episcopal Church, Rev.
Taylor, paster. Stone building, worth
about e 20,000.
“Church of God, Rev.McKee, pastor.
,One-etoried brick building, worth about
15,000. ' •
Baptist Church, Dr. Winters. pastor.
Worship in a hall at present. ' Will build
Miring the coming summer.
Quaker, or Friends, Church. Brick
building worth about IMMO.
Roman Catholic Church, Rev. Bigham,
pastor. One•storied brick building, worth
From the above, which I think is a fair
exhibit; it will be seen that Neiv Brigh
ton is well provided for, as regards reli
gious pridliges, both in respect to de
mominational variety, mimber, condition
and variety of churches. -
As far as I can learn, the pastors are
well received, and each in his sphere do
ing a good work. Harmony prevails in
the churches, and among the Protestants
a fraternal feeling towards each otber.
In my next I will speak of Fallton. .
Real Estate Transfer's.
Tim following deeds were filed of
record before H. Salvely, Esq., Recorder;
March 5. 1869
JaMes Ots to Louisa G. Rankin, Julylo, 1304; lot
in Ross to% nshlp, Allegheny county. N. 5. 11
and 17, ln Orshamsville. with buildings...4lo,6oo
Sidney M. Marotta and finial% Fitzsimmons to
John D Thompson, July. 5 1868: lot No. 3 in
Fitzsimnion"s Ssndusky str..et. Altughe
ny, 20 by - 9 7 feet. s l -,200
James Pinkerton to Thomas Pinkerton, August
1565; lot In Marshall township, containing 10
Beres: With buildings • ow
Henry G. Hale to John MeCannon. July 1.• 1588;
lots Nos. 1, 2 and 31n Ranclitr's plan, on Alfred
street, Wilkins township, 72 by MI test 4460
Go-orgts. Rowley - 4oA. Rowley. lot on
PASO street. 24 123 feet • $l
- Winter te /lons to G. reloert._Feb. 1, 1830t1e9
in Lawrenceville, on Bellfonie street, 24 by 100
feet with buildil Fi.. 43.000
wm— rt.binews comenry Dawson, March 1, 1348;
lot No. 64 in Robinson's plait, Ist the Buena Iris
' toi extension of Allegheny... ..... '•••• •
W Rogers to- .llth Med -and Geo. Ovar,
Jan. 22, 1$60; lot in Chowders townatup, togeib.
er with cosi 110.601
W.tn. Dreckeorldge to - jacob Joints, June ID, iwn;
two lots la H artisan township' - $l9O
C. ibtheen to John Gallagher., March, -5.1030: lot
'in Lower St.. Clair township.i. .. . 4400
D. It Revd* to Job* Wilkins, Aug. 214 18074 lot
of 0 acres, '2 rods and ? percher of land in de -
wickiey township, end a
_lot „ In Milne place of
am es Sa.finw
hoqueste . - cal Company TO Joseph dohertson,
- Marco 5, 1869; 2 acres tind 550 perches land In
Wilkins towasbin • . . ...... . ... .
Wm.'Clavin to .1 kr..ginitk . , iC • firiiary if, 1B50; 11
acres land - In Versailles township; with ent.d.
--- ' $ 0 . 038
Alex. 1311ando to Ellin, M. CraWford, J 114 . 1 14 17
27.1909 t nacres and 85 perches of land in Ohio
toWnliblD . . .. • . ~.43.01 17
J. hit Plakt , ri.7;t . J ames Vecem tier
27, 1807; % , sores 3 roods and 17 pennies In M
bar - -
Theism Pinkerton to Andrew McAuley. 'March
1. 1609;13 scree and3o perches in Marshall town
dame day sloven mortgages were died of retard
~,.: 4 :.4i.i*tt.::WtV,l,- „ :..„:.;..10..,0.*.y•;- _ : : *:4*:B;_. , .iao'...
The Following streets, Avenues and Alleys:
CHABI'IER4 STREET, from Fayette street
to Washington aVenue.
FRANKLIN STREET. from Beaver street to
the ifh' i lo River. . '
SPR 140 GARDEN AVENUE, from Main
street' to the City line.
DEVINE ALLta, In k
the Fifth ward.
• i !L
I irSO9 • FOR 41 DING ONLY,
JALAPPA STREET, from Allegheny avenue
to Walker street.
SSO3I ALLEY, in the Third ward.
1• i .
Ali% OR PLYING ONLY,
N STREET in the Seventh ward.
Profiles and estimates can be seen in the office
of CHARLES DANIS, Esq., City Engineer.
CITY TIULASITIIZII'S Orricr,
'PITTSBURGH, February 11th, 1069.
ler NOTICE IN HEREBY GIVEN
to all OWNERS OF DRAYS, CAWS.
CARRIAGES. BUGGIES, Ac.. (whether resident
or non .rf.sident.) in the City of Pittsburgh, to
pay their Licenses at this office FORTLIWITII, in
accordance with an Ait of Assembly approved
March 30, 1860, and an ordinance of the Coun
cils of the City of Pittsburgh, passed Aprlllo,
All Licenses not' paid on or before MAY 15,
1809, will be placed in the hands of a police of
ficer for collection, subject to a collection fee of
50 cents,•and all persons who neglect or refuse
to take out Licenses will be subject to a penalty
double the amount of the license, to be recovered
before the Mayor.
The old metal plates of last year must be re•
turned at the time Licenses are taken out, or 25
cents additional will be charged on each License.
RATES OF LICENSE:
Each one horse 'vehicle $ 7.50
Each two horse veuicle 12 00
Each four horse vehicle 15.00
Each two horse- back ' 15.00
Omnibus and Timber Wheels drawn by two
hones, 818.00 each. One dollir extra will . be
charged for each additional horse used in any of
the above vehicles. A. J. COCUILIN,
fen:US:NW? City Treasurer.
far BATCHIELOEIS HAIR DYE.
This splendid Hair Dye is the bestin the world:
the only true and perfect Dye; harmless, relia
ble, instantaneous; no disappointment; no ri-
Menlo:a Blau; remedies the 11l effects of bad
beautiful..orate and leaves the Hair soft and
black or brown. Sold by all Druggists
and Perfumers:and properly applied at Batche
lorls Wig EaetorY, No. MI Bond street. New
MA AGE AND CELIBA
CY.-An Essay thr young men on the crime
of Solitude, and the DISEAsES and ABUSES
which create Impedimenta to MARRIAGE, with
sure means of relief. Sent In sealed letter en
velopes• free of charge. Add • ess, Dr. J. salt,
LIN HOUGHTON, Howard Association. Phila
delphia. Ps. • . Jal9:d&T
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA;
WASHINGTON. D. C;
Chartered by Special Act of Congress,
'Approved July 25, 106/3..
Vash Capitai - 81,000,000.
- Brach Office: PHILADELPHIA,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
Vhere the general business of the Compan;ls
transacted. and to which all general corres
pondence should be addressed. .
Jar Cooke. Philsoa. E. k. Rollins. Waslen.
C, H. Clark, Phillula. Henry D. Cooke, W ash.
John W Ellis, Clneing. W. R. Chandler,Wash.
W.G. Moorhead. Phila. Jibe. Dodge,ree
Geo. F. Tyler. Phila. Ed. N. York.
J. Hinckley Clark, Phila. H. C. Faunestock.N.Y
C. U. CLANK Philadelphia. President.
HENRY D. COoKE, Wuhington, Vice Presid't.
JAY COOKE, Chairman Fltance and Executive
EMERSON W. PEET, Phil., Sec'; and Actuary.
E. S. TURNE R, Was Ault Secretary.
FRANCIS SMITH „M. D., Medical Director.
J. EWING, MEA.R.S , Asst Med Director..
SIEDIOAL ADVISORY BOARD.
J. E. BARNES, Burg. General U. B. A. Wash'n.
P. J. HORWITZ, Chief Medical Dept ' U. s. N.,
D. W. BLISS. M.D., Washington.
SOLICITORS AND ATTORNEYS.
WM. E. CHANDLER, Washington, D.
GEORGE HARDING. Philadelphia, Pa.
This Company. National tufts character, offers.•
by reason of the Larg- Capital, Low Rates of
Premidto and New Tables, the most' desirable
means of insuring life yet presented to the pub.
The rates of premium being largely reduced,
are made as favorable to the insurers as those
of the best Mutual Companies, anti avoid all the
complications and uncertainties of,Notes. Div'.
Which delude and the misunderstandings the Ist
ter are so apt to cause the Policy olders:
Several new and attractive .ta l ea are now
presented which need only to be nderstood to
acceptable to the_ public, such as INCOME,-
PRODUCING POLICY and RETLIN PREMI
UM POLICY. In the former, the °Hoy-holder
not only secures life insuranee‘PsY le at death;
but wilt receive, ft living, after aperi od of a few
Tears, an annual inconteoeuat heaver mat.
DM pa. cent.) of tho par of AO poi cy. The lat.
ter the Company agrees Co return the assured
the tout/ amount of oursey he has' IS in, inld.
Sidon to the amount of Ate 'policy. eattentWn
of porton. contemplating insert their lives
or increasing the amount of inn C 4 they al
ready have; is called •to the sped . advantages
offered by. the NaOlbnal. Life Ins eel COM
Circulars, Pamphlets and tali part milers alien
on application to the Branch Office Of the-Com
pany in Philadelida orlteGeneral Aaents.
4IPLOCAL 'AG MS ARE WANT D In every'
city and TOwn; and: applications' ow compe
tent parties' for such agencies with suitable en.
donsecnent. should be addressed Tei THE COM.
PANT'S GENFRAL AGENTS 0 Y, in their
respective districts, • - :' . .4-
, GENERAL fiGiNTR_
R.W. fYLARR. et CO., Philad Iphis,
For Pennsylvania and Southern N w Jersey.
. • , JAY COOK& & CO,, Washington D. 0.
rot , Maryland, Delaware
' 'Virginia, 'District.
of Columbia Mid Nt'eld Virg inia. .-. 1
. IRA. R. *BRAY Id CO..
Agents for' Allegheny, Besiter, Butler, Ileocer
Foraalog counties. . i
farther . particulars ad dress B. S. RUBS
SELL. Manager,-Philadelphia. andlotwair
Bum iSit MOSER,
/Yarn ROUSE Assocrwriox AntraNee,
Nos. IS and* St. Clair Street, -Pittsburgh. Pa.
SPealitl attention gien to the ng
baildlair ;et , COUST v BOUM and desig p ni
R. B. FRANCIS,
BY IL B. 8111171130311 r,
00 , 01, SHOES .AND CARPETS
FOB THE MILLION.
b 5 AND 57 F11. 7 / 1 AVENUE.
Messrs. H. B. SMITHSON . tik CO.. proprietors
Of the well known Mammoth Auction House are
creating an exciten:ent upon the ar.
rival of new st'ods which are I fissr so d re
markably low prices. Goods 'lever) variety: the
finest sowed 'lt Ott, the most fbettlont Me bal.
tooral gal'ers and anklet Aloes .tosers.. &e .
blankets. flannel, cloths. cas,imertst., cutlery
and carpets. Call anti examine. Vo trouble to
show goods. Ladles'. misses' and children's
furs at almost your own prices. Ail goods war
ranted as rehrebented. mr_4
BY A. WILWAINE.
SI(3IITTSBURGUI AND BOSTON
MINING AND EAGLE COTTON MILL
TUESDAY EVENING, March 18' h, at 7,4
o'clock, will be sold on Second Floor of Com
mercial Sales Rooms, 106 Smithfield smet,,
410 shares Plftshu , gb and Bo: ton Mining Co.
of Pit tsbure hi
200 shares Eagle Cotton Mli's Co.
mll5 • • A. McILWAINE. Auctioneer.
•pANEL • AND INANUFACTII
RING STOCKS, SUPERIOR IRON COM
TUE,DAY EVENING, March 9th, at 73i
o'clock. will be sold on second door of Com
mercial Sales Rooms 100 Smithdeld street.
SS snares Jones N inlet Manfactnring Co,;
50 shares Superior In,n CO t
15 shares Pittsburgh Savings Bank; ,
shares Coal Men's Trost Co. '
shares Fore Flit on' Works.
A.. M'ILWAINE. Auctioneer.
Winging the Place of Holding Elee.
lions in the Twentieth (20th) Ward.
elm. 1. Bs it enacted by the City of Pittsburgh,
in Meisel and Common Councils assembled. and
ft is Zurek/ordained and enacted by the author
ity of the same, That the plate of holding elec.
Mats in the Twentieth (10th) Ward be changed
from the old Beitler Rouse t o the shop of Geo. F.
itanhauser. Esq. ' -
Sso. A. That any ordinance impart of ordinance
conflicting with the passagoof this *ordinance at
the present time, be and toe same is hereby re
pealed so tar as the same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils.
this glild (lay of February. A. b. 1889.
• 'President of Select Council.
"Attest: E. S. Mon.now,
Clerk of Select Connell. •
W. A. TUMLL NSON.
President of Common Council.
Attest: EL MCMASTER,
Clerk of common Council. mhs
Appointing Viewers In Appraise Dam.
_ages to Gallus Bauers Property.
SECTION' 1. Be it ordatneer and enacted by the
City of Pittsburgh, in Select and Comment Coun
cils agent:bled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by ant/tor/tit of Mt same, That Adam
Weaver, Thomas Bourke and Jac. Weaver be
and they are betel annotated viewers: to ap
praise the damages to the proper:) , of Gallus
diner, caused by the gracing of Dinwiddie
stn et, and &seem the same on property benefited
Sac. - 511. That any ordintmce or part of ordinance
conflicting with the passage of this ordinance at
the present time, be and the same is hereby re
pealed so far as the same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law In Councils,
this 3d day' f March, A. D. 1869.
.1 AldEs hicAULET,
President of Select Council.
Attest: E. B. Monitow,
Clerk of Select Council.
W. A. TOMLINSON - ,
.---- President of Common Council.
Attest: H. llCHAsvan,
Clerr of Common Council. mile
Numbering. the Houses on Butler
szcnon I. - Be ft ordained and enacted by the
Oily Pittseturyh. in Select and Common Conn
cite assembled, and ft is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of roe /tame, Inas the
b i ouses in the Fifteenth and Seventeenth Wards,
t ate Borough of Lawrenceville.) along B tlir
s reet, be nutubeted in a , enplane,. with the ail
adelphia plan, beginning at Thirty thir or
.Boundaryetreet. Boundary etreet.
Sao. 2. That the Street Committee be and
hey are authorized and directed to ar vert'sc . .for
proposals fur putting up sat.. numbers, the on
tractor to collect the cost of the same from p op
e rty owners,
Ec. 3. That any ordinance or part of ordt
na ce conflicting with the passage of this ordl
us ce at the present time, be and the same is
he .toy repealak BU far as the same affects' this or
Ordained and enacted Into a law in Councils,
this lad day of Peosuary. A. 1). 1809.
JA dES IicAULEY.
President of Select Council.
Attest: E. S. Monnow,
'Clerk of Select Council.
W. A. TOMLINSON.'
President of Common Council.
Attest: 11. MCMASTER.
Clerk of Common Council. mh6
rtrr the Construction of a Board Walk
on Pearl and Cedar Streets. from
11aln to Laurel. (late Bloomfield.)
SEC. 1. Be it ordained and enacted hy the Select
and Common Councils of the My of Ptaaboryh,
and It ti hereby ordained alai enacted by the
authority, of the came, That the City Engineer
be sod belie is her r• by gu.horired and (Ore.:red to
advertise for proposait for the construction of a
board side walk on Pearl and Cedar streets, irom
Main to Laurel streets and to connection with
the Committee ou Roads :o let the Mine.
Sze. A. The cost of constructing the same to
be ass( ssed to property fronting thereon, and to
be collected as the assessmet to made by the city
are cot eeted.
Sze. 3. That any ordinance or part of ordinance
conflicting with the passage of this ordinance at
the present time, be and the same is hereby re
pealed so far as the, same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils,
this 2,44 day of February A. D. - 1869.
JAMES 11c AU LEY,
President of Select Council.
Attest E. S. 3fontrow,
Clerk of Select Council.
W. A. TOMLINSON, . .
President of Common Council. '
'Attest: U. Melith•Tzu,
Clent of Common Council. mt. 6
Authorising the firading,Paring and
Curbing' of Webster Avenue ;from
Roberts btreeS to - Kirkpatrick
Street. • ,
1. Be it ordained and enactedby Us , Oity r4r
Pittsburgh, in .y,teet and Vommon Connette as•
embled. and it ie,Aereby ordained -tind enacted
by an /unity of the same, That the City Engineer
ha and as la hereby authorised and directed to
advertise for proposals Mr the,grading, paving
is , .d curbing of W. beter avenue,Morn Roberts
street to Kirkpatrick serest,' an d let the same
in the manner directs , by an °rot wince concern
cerniag suet ts. passed August 31st, 5857; also,
an act conLerning streets, approved Jautiary
Site. 2. That any ordinince or part of ordinance
conflicting with the passage of this ordinance at
the present time, ;be, and the same is hereby re
pealed so far as the same affect this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law 4n Councils,
this 3d day of March, A. D. 1869. , •
President of Select Council.
Attest: E. S. 3tonitow,
Clerk of Select Connell.
W. A. TUMLINSON,
President of Common Council.
Attest: 11....?de FtEn,
merit or UntnEPOn Connell. nadi
AN ORDINANCE •
the Construction of w ßoard Walk
- on Boundary, Street, from the junc
tion of tbt rty•th I td Street to ILourel ,
issreou t unis :stone , Laurel Street to
Elm 'Streets, (lute Bloomfield.)
811.01100). Be it ordained and '
enacted by the
City of 7tafburytt, in tided and (.521111X071, COUR.
etla assembled, .and u is hereby ordained and
enacted by the authority of the same, That the
Cl" Engineer be tad ne Is li,reby , authorlied
and directed to, advertise fur proposals for the
construction of a Board side,wala on Boundary
Pram tnisJunction of Thirty-third (33d) street to
Laurel street; and along i•auret street to . Elm
'street, late Bioomtleld, and in connection 'with
the C mmlutee on duvets to let the same.
SIM. 3. The costt, et constructing tne same to
be alleisello property frosting thereon, and , o
be collected as the aSsesamenta made by the city.
EEC. co n fl i ctsany- ordinance - 'itr part of ordi
nance g with the pottage of this ordi
nance at the present time, be and the, same is
heroin repealed solar as the Same affects this or
Ordained and enacted Into a law In Councils,
this hind day of January 1869. '
President of Select Council.
Attest: E. S. Mounow,
Clers, of Select Council.
IN. A. TOMLINSON,
President of Common Council.
AUeet: U. , SCitABTEn.
Clerk of Common Council. -Sae
OF PITTEUIVICOH. PA.,
Office, ,No. 424 PE.NDT
(IN N A TIONAL VONT CO. BUILDING.)
(Rota. LicidiTß, IW. 'J. Friday,
0. Van Buren, IF. Kirsch,
J, Gummi:eb, Chris. Siebert
; J. Weisser, P. Sehildeeker
B. H. Myers,
L. J. Blanchard,
11. MYERS Prt.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF PIMSBOR6H
OFFICE. No. 1137%•W00D STREET, BANK
OT COMMERCK BUILDING. -
This is a Home Company, and insures against
los/ by Fire exclusively. . •
LEONARD WALTER, President.
C. C. BOYLE, Vice President.
RoBEBT PATRICK, Treasurer.
HIIEIH hicELHENY. Secretary.
Leonard Walter, DillaCTO D B
e B or : g.e Wham.
C. C. Boyle, (leo. W Evans.
Robert Patrick, • J. C. Calve,
Jacob Painter, J. C. Flemer,
Josiah King, John Voegtley,
• Jas. H. Hopkins, A. Ammon .
Henry Sproul. •
AGAINST LOSS BT FIRS.
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO, OF PHILADELPHIA,
orrics,aaa a 437 CHESTNUT ST.,near STH.
Charles X. Blacker, Mordecai H. Louis
Tobias Wagner, David S. Brown,
Samnel Want, Isaac Lea,
Jacob IL Smith Edward C. tialti,
Vaorge_W. Itlegsrds, George rides.
CHARLES G. BANC It, President.
ZDW: C. DALE, Vice President.
W. C. BTEBLE,Secret ro rein.
J. GARDNER CCPIIN, ASaisT,
North West corner Third and Wood Streets.
B pi FRANKLIN
OF nLIMUNF, PA.
OFFICE IN FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANS
No. 41 Ohio St., Allegheny.
HOME COMPANY, managed by Directors
wet+ mown to the .community, who trust by fair
dealln, to merit a share of your patronage.
HENRY . .... ...Presides&
filko. D. - RIDDLE ....... • .......Seeretsury.
. , • DIRECTORS:
Irwin, D. L. Patterson, Wm, CoPpm',
Geo. H. Biddle, Jacob Franz , Ekittetto yam.
S imon Drum, J. B. Smith, Jacob Hush, -
W. M. Stewart, Ch. P. Whiston, Joseph Craig,
Jos.' Latimer, H. J. Zinkand, . dery . Bohan
FIRE I MPERIAL
ESTABLISHED' 1803. CASH CAPITAL. PAID
UP AND INVESTED FUNDS EXCEED
TICS 88,000,000 IN SOLD.
Insurance against lire effected on Houses and
Slings, Good' Wares and Merchandise,
Steamboattwae. PoHetes issued payable In gold
or currency. United States 41ranc4 °facet
to PINE STB EZT ,
All losses of the United States Branch will be
adjusted In New York.
J. 3C,, AteItAUG-13ELTN, Agent,
P TTSBIIIIGH, P.A.
°Mee, erIPOURTH STREET.
MR. McLAUGHLIN .8 also Agent for the Man
hattan Lift Insurance Company. - ses:v72
ASTERN INSURANCE COM.
PANT OP PITTSBURGH.
EBANDER NTMICK, President.
WM. P. HERBERT. Secretary.
CAPT. GEORGE NEELD, General Agent.'
Onlce, 9B Water street, Span: /Co.'s W are
harm, up stairs, Pittsburgh.
Will in:nre against all kinds of Fire and Ma
rine Risks. A home Institution, managed by Di
rectors who are well known to the community,
and who art determined by promptness and liber
ality to maintain the character which they have
assumed, as offering the best protection to those
who desire to be Insured.
Alexander Nimick, Jona R. McCune,
R. Miller, Jr., Chas. J. Clarke,
James McAuley, William S. Evans,
Alexander Speer. Joseph Kirkpatrick,
Andrew Acklen, Phillip Romer, .
David M. Long, Wm. Mormon,
D. Hansen. .' nor
pE l arf r .ES' "INSURANCE COM
OFFICE, N. E. CORNER WOOD & FIFTH STB.
♦ Home Company,tatl ng)nre and Marine Risks
Wm. Phillips, Capt. John L. Rhoads,
.John. Watt, Samuel P. Shriver,
John Y. Parka, Charles Arbuckle,
Capt. James tUer, Jared M. Brush,
Wm. Van Kirk, Wm F. Lang,
James D. Verner, Samuel McCrickart
WM. PHILLIPS, President.
JOHN WATT Slice President.
W. F. GARDN&H, Secreta ry:
CAPS'. JAS. suanos. General Agent.
XX.A LLEGAIENY INSIMUNCE
COMPANY OP PITTSBURGH.
OFFICE, No. 37.FTPTH STREET, Bars BLOC,.
'Fumes against all - kinds of Fire aid Marine
JOHN IRWIN, JR., President.
JOHN D. MeCORD, Vice President.
0. G. DONNELL. Secretary.
CAPT. WM. DEAN. General Agent.
John Irwin, Jr., Crpt. Wm. Dean,
. John D. McCord, B. L. Pahnestock
•C. G. Hussey, • W. H. Everson,
Harvey Childs, Robert H. Davis.
T. J. Hosklnsoll. ''!ltrancls Sellers •
Charles Hays, - (!ant. J. T. Stcickdale.
ORPANS' COURT SALE.-By
order of the Orphans' dont% at No. 4 in
Partition, June Term, 18813, there will be ex
posed to sale, on the premises,
On Friday, March 19, 1869, -_
All that certain tract of land in Wilkins town
ship, lying on the Pittsburgh and Greensburg
.Turnpike, one mile east of Wilkinsbnig Station,
on the Pennsylvania Railroad. bounded by buds
of Jamegleratiatn , a helra t iames Kelly - , George
Johnston and otners, containing 03 acres, hav
ing erected thereon cfratue house and barn.
The whole of said tract is Improved and , in the
highest state of cultivation, and all but three
acres underlaid wsth an eicellent vein of coal.
Title , indisputable. Terms made known on the
day of sale. ,
Sale to commence at 101. *
D. W. ELDER, Hen., Trustee.
Corner of Grant street and Fifth avenue.
crPECANS': COURT SALEy--Ry
virtue of proceedings of the Orphans' Court
Allegheny county, the undersigned, gua rdian
of the teams of John M. and James He often,
minors chlldren and heirs of James Mc liken.
- deremied. will offer at l'utillo Bale. nettle COURT
HOUSE. In the city of Pittsbur 4 h * on
Monday, March 22d
At 10 OMOet A. N.. the folloCring described Lot
or piece of ground, altnate44 the Borough of
Birmingham, being pmt of Lot No HS in the
plan thereof, bbunded gegbuning at
the dig , once of fifty-Ave feel from the tonne of
•Netrille and Ormsby , streets, in ll , matoystreet;l
.thence along_Ornisby street 40 feet to thellne
.of Lot No. 513 i -thence westwardly along the line
of said Lot No. aa 8O . feet B Inches; thews.
n rthwaruly on line parallel with th meby street
40 feet to a tive foot alley* thence along said
Mies eosin, silly a xtv feet six inches to the place
of beginning. together with right of wav to said
five loot al:ay, a two story Brick Dwelling House
being thereon erected.'
Terms will be made known on day ot sale, or
by application to
mh2:f40.11- JAMES BRYCE, Guardian.
'MrTICE.—AII Persons know.
ling themselves Indebted to the estate of
ET JONES, late of Ylttsburgh,
mate immediate payment to the subseriber at Mt;
store, In Temperancevllle, Allegheny county, and
all persons having claims against, said estate will
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
JAB ES BIDEADDSoN
December 31, 1565. • ja7:o34t.
PEARL ASII.-25 casks. for
sale by J. B.CANSIICID.
larNtif' OPERA R..
k g .
.E. , ogite.t.ra for ne week or the celebrated
anc r.p . , /, I .3f Tragedian.
yfr. JOSEPII PROCTog,
MONDaY RYENINO, March Bth, 1869, wilt
he prese'.ted Miss 3ltdtna•r grant American
The Jibbenaincsay Mr. Procter.
In rehearsal the historical Tragedy of AM. 1..
Proctor Matinee on Saturday.
Or PITTS iIIUR Gil Tli EATS
H. W. WILLIAMS....Soie Lessee and Manager..
CLOSED 'UNTIL TRUE =DA'S' EVENING-
Look out fur future an now, cements! Coming.
AN Ye: TIR E NEW COMPANY! For th ti
Oculars see bills of the day.
10 - S MYTHE'S AMERICAN
THEATRE. (Late Trlmbles Yarieties,)
Increased arractions for MONDAY EVEN
ING, Mgrch Nth. Positively last week of the
wonderlui Gymnaste. the 7 HREE VICTOBELLL
BROTHERS. New and exceedingly laughable
acts by RAGAN and his Corps of Comediade.
TO-NIGHT. the side-splitting farce of •_llO
- Wife." am w ?ek of M les JENZHE
HI/ALDEN. GHS. WILLIAMS in new and
original comic songs.
AND PARIAR MENAGERIE,
The Great Family Resorts.
FIFTH AVENUE, between Smithfield Lad
Wood streets, opposite Old Theatre.
AlirOpen Day and Evening, all the year round.
Admission. SW cents: Ckildren. IS cents.•
ggrACADEMY OF MUSIC.
SUSAN GALTON OPERA TROUP'
THREE NICHTS ONLY
Comic English Opera.
MONDAY EVENING, March Bth;
OPPENEACEPS COMIC OPERA,
LITCHEN AND FRITZCIMEN,
BONNIE FISH WIFE,
LA ROSE DE ST. FLOG.
TUESDAY ' , TIMING, March 9th, the Musi
cal Barktta of
THE SWISS COTTAGE,
With all the original music, and Offenbach's
tteg,sa stec,” “843,” 64438,99
WE IiNESDAY EVENING, - March 10.5, the
- SUDDEN THOUGHTS,
And Offenbach's Comic Opera
LA BOSE 'DE ST. FLOB, •
' A !MARRIAGE BY LANTERNS.
ADMlS‘lON—Parqueite and Dress Circle,
$1 00. Family Circle , 50c. 25c.
Sale of seats will commence on Friday morn
ing, at H. Bieber's, No. 192 Wood street.
where seata for sny or all t venhigs may be re
served without extra charge. nibs:lU
WACADEMY OF MUSIC .
GERMAN DRAMA. FOR THREE NIGHTS
Queen of the German stage.
THURSDAY EVENING, March 11th.
FRIDAY EVENING, March
• SATURDAY EVENING. March 13th,
CATHERINE THE SECOND.
Besereed Seats $1.00: -Fanifly Circle. 50c.
Gallery, 25 cents. Reserved Seats can be ob..
mined on and a' ter Monday at Bieber Bros.
Music Store, i 9 Wood street. mIti:111
ECONOMY BUTTER CO.
ask the attention of all interested in the reduc
tion' of the extravagant cost of Butter, to their
practical and economical system of making pure
prime , Butter by the aid of the
EXTRACT OF BUTTER PLANT.
A brief allusion to the origin of this hatortant
discovery may rot prove uninteresting. Among
the authenticated records of the renowned Cap
tain Cook's voyage around the world, is found.
the statement, that while sojourning fora short
time on the Brazilian Coast of South America, he
observed the natives using, in the preparation of
their food, a peculiar oil, which, upon examma-
Bon: he found to possess the appearance, taste
and flaver of Butter; upon further inquiry, how
ever, he ascertained that it was simply a sub
stance that-the-natives , distilled in a crude and
imperfect manner, from a rich and liMuNant
plant that grew spontaneously and abandantly
that warm tropical country. A few 1 ears ago,
an eminent French chemist, while on a profes
sional visit to the tropics, made numerous exper
iments who this remarkable production of na
ture, and succeeded in extracting a concentrated
essence of the plane - The formula for its prepa
ration, and the Sole Bight for its sale in this
country are the exclusive property of this Com
pany, by whom It was purchased from the origi
nal discoverer. We claim for this remarkable.
yet simple and- perfectly harmless preparation—
.l.o.—That by its use a net gain of from 50 to 200
per cent. is made in the manufacture of Butter.
Std.—That Butter, which from age or whatever
cause: may be strong, rancid.' streaked or
coarse-grained, and comparatively useless for
general use, by the aid of this Extract, is re-.
stored to Its original freshness and sweetness,
lino-grain, and eFeri color. • .
3d.--By the use of this Extract, one pound at
.delicious, fresh butter :is actually made from.
- one pint of mllt. .
4th.—T6at a pure and excellent table Buttercan
be made, at a cost of from 15 to 20 e nta,per
pound. The chief expense where* being But-
ter, which is the essential bass.
sth.—That Butter manufactured by the' aid ot
,this Extract Is equal,ln every respect to the best
‘ Butter made by the ordinary method.
tath.- The Extrdct after thorough analysts, b 7
able chemists, is pronounced perfectly free from
any deleterious substance, the ingredients be-
Ins purely of a.vegetable nature.
Bth.—ln proof of :he foregtdng - assertions, the.
factory of this company is mating one Unt of
Butteper day. which meets with ready sale
m theh ew Yor Merkel . and is tomtit/led from
the tables of the drat Hotels, Restaurants and
Private families in this city and elsewhere.
A sample package or the Extract *sufficient to
make 50 the, of Butter) with tall (Mettle.= for
usee., will be sent to any address on recelist vr et.
CAUTION.—As articles of real merit are sub.
ject to spurious Imitations, we Would specially
caution thcpublic counterfeits *Dilworth.
less imitatdons, adverttsed as pawders. COM..
putinott, de.. as the Extract of the Batter pmt,
Is prepared and sold only by
I. s 3d ir rirts Tr es w E'rn icu mm ter . .,
• The Etonolity g u tt er co ;
pOreTTooty!. Maw Yotcr„
slate, Comm? and City Eights for sale, tfralir
tO CaPIIDUSti rare opportunities for establiallinig
a staplebustoess, paring ettorMOuB profits.
pouts Wanted . Everywhere.
c , A DAgrd Pure Vegetable Coloring, $1 a
r o u c rtatttl o icica l l: eit e lt i rl s o i t o t golden
nacksge. sent to any address. Flo n F " a ilet r e shor r a
be wttuout 11, as white and streaky Batter
worth from Mx to Len cents a mina lean la 1114
marke4ll9 llll hlt'of a rich e o re9:018
PURITIES THE BLOOIi 1
iroll BALE BY DRUGGISTS EYEB7IhOMR.
..M. W. °ex-N=6w.
NICK Or THEIWOODS