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FART, GARDEN AYD HOVSEHOLD.
TEE SWEET POTATO VINE.
(From tlpartli and Home.)
One of the prettiest and most simple of
wall decorations is a sweet potato vine:
It resembles ivy in appearance, but has
the peculiar advilutage of growing very
rapidly when once started.
It can be groWn in a shaded, room, and
will twine about househohj, thui;gs in a
familiar riad graceful way, peculiar to its
self, creeping around the pictures and
winding its tendrilS about their cords; or
clustering in window corners it will play
bo-peep among the mirtaias in quite a
charming way, and at last will send forth
its Pretty coavolvulus flowers to brizhten
all the room.
If you wish to prove this pleasant fact,
select •an ordinary sized sweet, potato and
place it in a large mouthed glass jar. It is
not absolutely necessary to have a glass
jar, unless one wishes to watch the sprout
lng procest, which is beautiful and nter
eating. Cover the potato with water
= nearly to its top, leaving only an inch or,
two uncovered, and replenishing every
other day to make up for what is , lost by
evapration;. and in about five weeks rit
will begin to sprout. It requires subse
qUently but very little attention, it being
only necessary to keep the roots constant-,
ly covered with water. The vine will be
found to grow much faster when SW
pended in the sunshine, though it grows,
rapidly Sometimeslt is more
convenient to place the vase containing it
on it,bracket against the wall. The pen
dent shoots will add to its, pretty effect,
' 'While those which have a tendency to
• creep upward will soon find something to
which they . can
Nothing in the way of ornament is more
easily prepared than the sweet potato
vine, nothing so well repays the little
trouble it costs.
All will agree that there is no bean
grown at all to compare with the Lima,
especially when eaten green, but even as
a winter bean. Used in •• the winter it is
different:from all others, from the factthat.
it is nearly equal in quality to what it is
Lilts green state. But all may not know
that it is the most difficult of beans to
raise. -Its principal enemy is a wet
spiting. It is of so large a size and inflim
that when planted, if the weather is moist,
it becomes soaked through and rots, some
tinies even after it has sprouted. It not
=frequently haptens that two and even
•!three plantings ate necessary and the crop
fails afterwards. Sometimes a hot, dry
August, renders the vines barren; some
times heavy rains just at the period of ef
floreacence will "do" for them.
The ; best mode to raise Lima beans sue
' cessfully is to select a dry spot for the
bed, plant the poles firmly, elevate the
• Ins, and set the seed perpendicularly just
under the surface, first greasing the seed
with lard or butter. If the soil is rich and
• not too wet, the chances are that a good
crop will be the result.
But to insure a good crop as nearly as
it can be done. plant the beans in a shal
low box tiled with the best soil about one
- inch each way, Say about the middle or
20th of April, place ; the box in a hot-bed, '•
• or in a runny window of a constantly
heated room of a house, and start the
plants there. - When the period arrives
for transplanting—that is, when the time
of probable - frost is over—set them care
.::fully out by the poles, taking as much
earth with, sufficiently moist to adhere,
AS possible, make a hole with a round
. Pointed stick of suitable size, and draw
up the earth and prese gently. Should
a frost threaten, cover with old paper,
straw or haY, the former being the best,
as it is easier to manage,makes less dirt
and can be saved for future occasions. A.
few clods will keep the paper covering in
its place. • '
But this should be what might be called
the early or first crop of Limas. The
second crop should be planted in the us
' nal way, and from the two it.ould rarely
happen that enough for summer and win
ter tiae=in case the plot of ground is large
enough-L:Would not be secured German
f .TeTegraph. , • '
THE CUSTOM OF BEE-11.1.,STING
Used to be, and is yet, to • some extent, a
favorite pastime among the inhabitants of
O reen Mountains. To hunt success
, fully requires' a thorough knowledge of
the bee and all its habits; and, therefore,
like any'other game, those who love the
sport pride themselves upon their proft
ciency. The hunter starts out armed
with a small box with a sliding cover, a
=card of. honey-comb, and a small bottle'
-of honey, molasses, or something , suited
to the taste of the bee. When near the
locality of wild bees he fills the comb
the honey in the bottle, places itl in
the bottom of the box, at the same time
• - closing the ; Lox. The prisoner will buzz
for a wile, and then goes• to filling his
sack from the honey in the bottom of the
ibok. The hunter then places the box II in
favorable , position , for seeing it, and
slides back the cover. Having "filled,"
~as the bunters say, the bee flies straight
to his tree and retails to fill again bring
, ing otheig With him. Oftentimes these
Workers increase so rapidly that a steady
:stream well be seen going to and from the
• box, which can easily be followed.to the
'tree at on; Frequently large clepcsits ,
• • .of -honey found in this .way, •wilich
, the little workers' shoves much bravery,
in defending as :industry in gathering:
M.A.NUME FOR POTATOES. ' r
eic i tiange says the'following receipt
• —ler raising potatoes is worth the price of
, ; t ,any lam, for Mittr•-YearYt° 14 ' 3 ' 1.a/tile
that bilked of manure. - it is as 'good as
-an the hest atitierphosphate of limeoind It
will not cost half "so much. It has been.
two Yetre, and is good on dry land:
• •• • 1 " : Take one cask of lime and slack it With"
water, lind then stir tit one bushel of fine
94t; sad thenmix -1 '
A . ' loam oashescnougo,so umaltlNUlnot bminne
tn . ; 'twill make about live barrels: put'
bAlf, a ,pint in a hill at planting. All
• manures containing potash are
Jarly.suitable for the potato..
41n . more than any other natural fertall
, r,.and_should be freely used and.care
•My saved. Any farmer seeing the anal
yais of the ashes of pewee, , given in last
weekspaper,van readily - im ag i ne
fertai . izer produce the
greatest effect and
what the plant most needs, 2,r y
.p cadent =
SMUTTY corer 4 , 0/80'S
several 'cattle have died suddenly of
late in the western part of Massachusetts.
which is attributed by a correspond ent n i.
• `, the New Engtamd Homestead to their eat
- • `lag smtitty , cern, which was, found in
*Lost fields the past autumn, to an unusu
al extent. Some cattle having,died at
West Springfield, Professor Garagee; who
chmce~6to,be;;;near ateintzulitwas balled,
!and decided that the disease ryas undoubt-
edly caused by the stunt on the corn with
,which the 'cattle had beed fed. He pre
'scribed purgatives for the cure of the liv
ring, and thought that with proper, and
timely . care.ffiere would be little difficulty
in-saving the lives' of cattle which are at
tacked. 'His prescription is a pound of
epsom salts, an ounol of aloes or five
pounds of sulphur ail two ounces of I
ginger, the =whole •ed in water and
poured down the thr, at of the sick mi
-1 \ mal. - , ..=
HOW TO HAKE AiCOMPOST HEAT.
(A good compost littip may be made , by"
first providing a suitable flooring, upon
which muck, dry earth or leaf mould
should be spread to ;the depth of ten
inches or n toot. As the manure is taken
from the stable, place it in a layer five or
six inches deep - . Then more muck, and
after:that more manure in. alternate hip-
ers, until the heSp gets too high for con
venience in pitching the materials upon
I it. After layine for tAtio or three months,
it should be forked , ovet several times. If
troughs are laid to colnduct the liquids
from the stable to the Lkeap, so much the
better, and the additi* of hen manure,
-and such similar stroitg fertilizing mat
ter as may bd at hand,i will be found very
CURE FOB COild IN IEOEBEB.
The death of. Roberti3onner's Auburn
horse induces a New 'Luker to send the
Tilbune a. remedy which he has never
seen fail to cure colicAn horses. It is
simply to drench theta with a preparation
of chlorine and pennanianic acid, which
can be procured at any drug store. He
has used it and seen it used repeatedly,
and has Borland/ confldeace in. it that he
would be willing.to insute the recovery
of any horse if it was lulministered in
CUEING HENS OF SETTING.
We have lately - :Ten, we for.
get Where, ' an. .. easyi and , rational
cure. It is simply to i put under the
hen a few eggs just About ready to
hatch; or put one or twd young chickens
under at the right time; take her off and
put her in a box with the young chickens
a few hours, then take the chickens away
from her and turn her old, and in a ma
jority of, cases she , will. 'after clucking a
day or two, commen&. - iiying again, feel
ing in her own mind wtell assured that
she has flailed the mateinal instinct.
1 TO SEEP GATES FROM SAGGING.
Set the hanging post . Ztiree and a half
feet in the ground, tramp! well at the bot
tom, on the side oppositp the gate; then
dig a trench six inches ideep from one
post to the other; - in ;this put a 3x 4
, scantling, or a pole of Valle oak. black
walnut, mulberry, or same other lasting
timber, seeing that it just fills the space
between the two gate posts, and cover
with earth, and the gate; will stand as you
hang it until till the post rota off.—Rural
World. ' i
TILE wOOl. qgbwini- of the United
States would find it to their advantage to
keep themselves better advised as to the
classes of wool most needed by manufac
turers, and arrange their flocks in accord
ance therewith. It is statedby competent
authorities, that three-fourths blood meri
no wools are now grown in excess of the
wants of the country, and, as a conse
quence, the tendency of this description
is tow ard relatively low prices. To ob
viate this difficulty, and enable them to
raise t4,ls staple. at a better profit, it is
suggested that our wool growers cross
their stock with the Leicestershire breed
of Canada. This would produce a hardy
race of sheep, and afford a combing wool
now greatly needed, and which commands
relatively higher prices than any other
class, realizing, in fact, two or three cents
a pound more in its unwashed condition
than does the three-quarter washed merino.
These hints are thrown out to American
,wool growers, and if adopted, they can
hardly fail to result in every. way to their
advantage.—N. /". Commercial and Ship
A CORRESPONDENT in .one of our ex
chtuiges writes as follows: "I.have suffered
severely from potato bugs. In 1866 I tried
various methods to 'destroy them, but
with no effect. In 1867 they came on
again, and I tried th7t again but with
no avail. I then- took handful of Ding
grass end went through each row and
:whipped them thoroughly, and got a fine
' crop. In 18G8 I had no trouble with
them, and raised a fair crop. Others
tried the same remdy with the same suc-
Mo." . .
SOME. idea of the magnitude of the
American Cattle Trade may be derived
froth the following'facts, gleaned from the
Report ofthe Department of Agriculture
Beeves received - in New York 293,101.
Beeves received in Chicago, 108,537.
, Beeves received in St. Louis, 40,000.
Beeves received in Boston, 118,000.
• Total consumption in four cities, 559,-
Cairo' Ruth, with Poor Man's Sauce.
We call "pluck" ;the membrane which
envelopes and sustains the bowels of
calves, , lambs, ! It is a choice dish, es
pecially for breakfast. A calf's pluck
ought to be selected that Is white and fat.
It iarprepared in dryers; fashions, but, in
all, Old following prelude_ Is necessary:
Thwfirk thing, cleanse it very carefully;
let it soak a certain time in fresh water;
'Mat:alit-by letting boil up once or twice,
land alien plunge it immediately in cold
water to freshen it. At last put it on the
'fire in a pot or 'saucepan large enough to
admit plenty of water in: which a hand,
ful of dour has been sprinkled; season
with - salt, pepper,t pot herbs, onions and
little carrots and cook it until thoroughly
„Poor Iran's Ifauce — .-43 erre the pluck
boiling hot with the following sauce; 4 / 9 1 )
five or six green onionsnttd .pgaely , into
a saucepan with a glass of .Moth and half
&glass of vinegar; 80115011 with salt and
peppittlholl it until the onions are done;.
-iambi end serve.--Baion Brims. 1 ' I
Alfeai Pid."--Take of veal or mutton
sufficient for a stew, season well, and
1pt(49.0i, Ctlt', hail medium sized pieces.
savor with .onions and 'stew until done in
plenty of juice. Line , a deep dish with
rich , crust,,pourin the stew and fins the=
fragments of the crud Etlace a rich
crust over th 'top, ' crimp -thel edges and
forth a 1st); ewer of the leavings of the
mast and pu on the centre' of the pie..
Bake to a light brown and eat• While hot. ,
, , .. .
Oyster-Ratetes in Patten—Make a batter
with - the yolk of one .ogg. or „more, .ac
cording to the quantities of , oystßa you
intend to prepare a little nutmeg, sOme
' beaten mace, a little flour and &little salt;
dip in the oysters and fry them in lard to
tt,nice light brown. If , preferred, a little
PITTSBURGH GAZEITK; TUESDAY; MA.Reff 9, 1889.
parsley may be shred very fine, and mixed
with the batter. , The batter•may also be
madithicker, and formed into the shape
lif-aisittycor put into a small tirt-mould, .
•the oyster being dropped in and covered
over, and the whole baked as a pudding
To Freshen Salt Fish.—Many persons
-who are in the habit of freshening mack
erel or, other salt fish, never dream, says
the household, that there is a right and a
wrong way to do it. Any person who
has seen the process of evaporation going
on at the salt works, knows that the salt
falls to the bottom. Just so it is in the
pan where your mackerel or white fish
lies soaking; and as it lies with the skin
side down, the salt •will fall to the skin
and there remain; when, If placed with
the flesh side down, the salt falls to the
bottom of the pan, and the fish comes out
fceshened as it should be. In the other
case it is nearly as salt as when put in.
Tripe, and How to Cook it.—Tripe is
one of the moat nutritious, as well as
healthful articles of food we can procure.
As an article of meat diet for summer, it
is unsurpassed. It can be obtained in
s market; put up in vinegar, either by
th kit, whole or half barrel. We,' give
be ow, two excellent inethods for booki
Fried Tripe.—Cnt the tripe into suit
able pieces, say two inches square, dip
into a batter made of eggs, flour and
water, then drop into boiling lard. Cook
Tripe •Rolts.—Pick the tripe up in
strings; mix with a little goer, chopped
onions and parsley; moisten with eggs
well beaten; form a roll and drop it into
hot fat. When nicely browned it is ready
for the table.—Prairie Farmer. •
CONTROLLER'S OFFICE, I
CITY Or ALLEGHENY, March sith. 1869,
IaSEALED PROPOSALS will
be received at this office until 3 o'clock
VRIDAY, MARCH 12th,
FOR-GRADING AND PAYING
The Following Streets, Avenues and Alleys:
CHARTIEP.S STREET, - from Fayette street
to Washington avenue.
FRANKLIN STREET, from Beaver street to
the Ohio River. •
SPRING GARDEN AVENUE, from Main
_street to the City line.
DEVINE ALLs.i, in the Fifth ward.
Also, FOR GRADING ONLY,
JA.LAPPA. STREET, from Allegheny avenue
to Walker street. •
BLOSSOM ALLEY, In the Third ward.
Also, FOR LUTING ONLY,
ITER STREET In the Seventh ward.
Profiles and estimates can be seen in the alce
of CHARLES DAVIS, Esq., City Engineer.
R. 131 FRANCIS;
mhs:cto - City Controner.
arBATCHELOWS HAIR DYE.
This splendid liar Dye Is the best la the world r
the only true and perfect Dye; harmless, relia
ble, instantaneous; no disspy.otritment; no ri
diculous tints; remedies the 111 effects of bad
dyes: invigorates and leaves the Hair soft and
beautiful. - black 6r e.ottos. Sold by alt Druggists
and Perfumerstand properly 'lmbed at Ratebe
tor , . Rig Factory, No. 10 B o nd. street. New
MrPIARRIAGE AND CELIBA.
cy.—An Essay for young met' on the crime
of Boltmde. and the DIJEANZII and ABUSES
which reate impediments to MARRIAGE, with
sure means of relief. Sent In sealed letter en
relopes. free of charge. Add. ess, Dr. J. bKlL
notrouros, 'Howard Association. Phila
delphia, Pa. lal9:d&T
IigrOUNAMENTAL AND USE. ,
, SUL. - BUY ONLY
SILVER TIPPED SHOES.
For children. Will outwear three pairs without
ORPHANS' COURT SALL—By
order of the
Orphans' Co urt, t :c0.41n
Partition, June Term, 181313, there will be ox.
posed to ease, on the premirea, _
On Friday, Narch 19, 1869,
All that certain tract of land In Wilkins town
shlo. lying on the Pittsburgh and Greensburg
Turnpike, one mile east of Wilklusburg Station,
On the Pennsylvania Railroad, bounded by linds
of James Graham's heirs. James Kelly, George
Johnston and others, containing 53 acres, hsv
lug erected thereon a frame house and barn.
The whole of said tract is improved.and in the
highest state of cultivation, and all bat three
acres underlaid vr,th an excellent vein of coal.
Title indisputable. Terms made known on the
day of sale.
Sale to commence at /0 a. Y.
D. W. ELDER. Esq.. Trustee.
Corner cf Grant street and tlCtb avenue.
TN THE COURT OF QUARTER
8 8E851058, Allegheny county, Pa., In the
matter of the VACATION OF GRANT AYE
.ISI3E, between Ohio and 'Washington avenues,
In the Second ward, of the City of Allegheny.
And now. February 25, 1860, the petition In
this case having been presented in open Court,
is ordered to be died.
And the Court-do grant a rule as prayed for in
said petition to show MO why that portion of .
Grant stvennA lying lbetween Ghlo and Wash .
button avenues In said fiecend Ward, should - not:
be vacated andcicsed non mid do further order
that notice , of the filing of said petition and of ,
'the granting of the rule aforesalt be punished
twice A week, for four consecutive weeks, in the
PlrrfihtritGlil Gazgrre, published In the City of
(Prom the Record.l
JOHN O. sitowx.
,Clerlt of Qqatter Beastoes.
Afi gIGNEVEV 'NOTICE OF AP...
-,t g3TKEttf - 1118THICSzOr PIINNSTLVANtA4I.I9BI
Aj, Pittsburgh,ithia Slid day, of lea:uteri,
To Whom K May Coneern:—The undersigned .
.hereby ilia. • notice, of ids appointment as
algae. OF NIUE OuAts MlLLittlt, of Allegheny
ditY; in the' county 'of 'Allegheny and State of
Pennsylyamin..wittiln add 111qtdetertbo boa been
ntkpplipro • bankrupt , upon his own prAttion bY
e.Diattict court or t•rd District:
d, W. RKIER, Aisslgnea,
fe211;e211.-AttornO, pat. , La Kl w, $1 rip avenue . .
ASSIONEVEi NOTICE 0F , A1 0 . -
POINTIKENT.' ' • •
URN DIST 111( I. or . PAW* SYLVANIA, 88
i ',At Pkttiburgh,tne Sth day. of Sebruaty, A. D.l
'• 18694. ;
To tohdrt it 'may efitic4re'r . "' • •
The undersigned hereby sires notice of his ap
pointment IA Assignee of 'JAMES FLOY it s
of Allegheny City. In the . County of Al
ledhenY. and State of Penarylvanla,•withip said
Dusrlot.. who has been adjudged bankrupt upon
own Petitlork.'bi .the Dlatriei Quart of wild
• J BISKES,
••_ • - Attartiepat -Law, ST faith avenue.
MAUSUALIV — S
` 6 7ICBSIIALLIS ELIXIR WILL °Mil HILikIiACIIIL
1110An8iLikLL's 'ELI= WILL CIIIIILDirsItErnIA.
MABIII4LL , A ELIXIR, WILL CUBA COSTIVZ
.• price-or Mirsiialt,sEux% $l,OO D er bottle.
:For We Depot, 1301 Har
lo, ereet. IKA.II4IIALL co DrUgglsts,
LEAD. - 500 so ft
piGll.e;s4 Lead for sale by
J 1 11 4 . 1
r N a ILL e .11Da,
- DT I g. B. SMITHSON Es 00, •
BOOTS;IROES' AND CARPETS
FO THE MILLION.
Messrs. H. lit BMITHSON & CO., proprietors
of the well known. Mammoth Auction Hou e are
creating an exelivnlent C011601./elll u pon t. to ar.
rival or new ria which are twills' au:l at re
markably low liCr6. 00045 ofeverV i varret : the
finest sewed ot., the most ilisli una b l h a!"
v: oral galleys- ainl anklet th..ep Aliers. Ac .
I blarikets. 'flannels, cloths: ca.seintero , , , 0 •tier 7
and carpets. Call and examine. No trop le to
show goods. Ladles'. misses , and chil ren'a
furs at almost your own prices. Allgood war
ranted as represented. , . 0044
55 AND 5 FIFTH. AVENV
BY £ WILWATELE.
lITTSBURGB AND BOSTON
311 %LNG AND EAGLE COTTON MILL
TUESDAY EVENING. March It, at 73.4
o'clock, will be sold on Second Floor of Com
mercial Salesl/toms, 106 Smithfield sir , et,
410 shares Pittsburgh and 8061011 Mining Co'
,of Pit tsburp b •
200 shays Yagle Cotton kill's Co.
mhs A. McILWAINE. Auctioneer.
/INK AND MA.NUFACTII.-
RING STOCKS; SUPERIOR IRON COM-
Y , &c.
TIJICtDAY EVENING, March 9th, at TM
o'clock, will he sold on second floor of COM
mercial Sales Rooms, 106 Smithfield street.
91 1 3 shares Jones & Nhalcitlitsofact uring Co, ;
50 shares Superior Ina' Co. t
15 shares Pittsbnrsh Savings Hank;
10 shares Coal Men's Trust/m.; '
35 shares Fort Pitt roa' Works.
- iah o -A. M'ILWAINE. Auctioneer.
Winging the Place of Holding; Mee.
lions In the Twentieth (20th) Ward.
SEC.oI. Be a enacted by the City of Pittsburgh.
in Select and Ormsn an Councils assembled. and
it Se hereby ordained and enacted by the author-
Up of the same. That the , il ace of holding elec •
lions in the Twentieth ( S till)) Ward be changed
from the old Better house to the shop of Otto. F.
SCO. A. That any ordinance or part of ordinance
conflicting with the paesagesof this ordinance at
the present time, be and toe same Is hereby re
pealed so tar as tee 811.111 t affects this ordinance.
Ordained and entu e i Into a law in Councils,
this A9d aay of !remnant. A. I.t. 1889.
President of !glee Council.
Clerk of Select Council.
W. A. TOMLINSON.
President of Common Council
Attest: 11. Mcld Assist,
Clerc of ummon Connell
Appointing Viewers to AppralseDstn•
ages to Oa Batter's Property..
secrunq 1. he st l ordained and enacted by pm
City of Pittsburgh, In Select and Common Com.
eV* asivembted, an tt La hereby ordnisted and
*waded by autAortty cf the eat That Adam
W, thomu Rourke and Jab. Weaver be
and they are Ito eby appointed viewers to ap
praise the damages to the property of Galina
Bauer, caused by the grueling of Dinwiddie
sirs et, and assess the same on property be netitted
there y. .
Sir. 31. That any ordinance or part of ordinanoi
conllicting with the passage of this ordinance at
the present time, be and the same is hereby re
pealed so far as the same affects lids ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a taw in Councils,
this 3d day of March, A. D. 1869.
J it3IES IidcAULET.
'President of Select Council.
'.Attest: E. S. Monnow. I
Clerk of Select Connell.
W. A. T0311.3N.:',
President of Common Council.
Attest: H. 33c3lasratt,
Clerk of Common Council. mhB
nturnbering th: i B e orsew on Butler
SECTIOti 1. Br tt m , brindd and enacted by the
'City of Pittobtarph. in Select \gild i;ornmors Coun
cils ass,mblea, and it es glereby or - tuned and
ensiled by the authority or rue xame.'lltat the
houses in tne Fifteenth Beventeszah w arils,
(late Botoagn of Lawrenceville,) song Butler
street, be numbeied in aveordsnee with the. Yull
adelotila.plam, beginning at Thl'l,3' third or
SW. ii. That the Street Cnstist .tee be and
they are autborized and direct &to vert 4 643 for
propotals for putting up seta numbers, the con
tractor to collect the cost of the same from. prop
erttr owners. . .
&sc. 3. That any ordinance or part of ordi
mince conflicting with the passage this ordi
nance at the present' time, be, and the game is'
hereby repealed so far as the same affects this or
dinance. • :
Ordained and enacted into ti law 'in Councils,
1 this Agld day of Yeoruare. A. D. 1E49.
YA dES /icalfLET,
President of Select Council.
Attest: E. S. Monnaw,
Clerk of Select Council.
W. A'. TOMLINSON,
President of Common Council.
Attest: A, MebtesTen,
Clerk of Comebon Connell. mh6
A N ORDINANCE
the Construct loa of aBOlllll Walk
on pearl and. Cedar Ntrects. from
Main to Laurel. (late Bloomfield.)
SEG. I. Be : it ordained and enacted bv the getect
and Common Councils qf' the City af teburph,
and tt is hereby ordained and enacted by the
authority of the' same, That the City Engineer
bil a ni he he is hate by ad. Waited and directed to
ad Wee for proposals for the construction of a.
• boa side walk on Pearl and Cedar streets, from
Main to Laurel streets and OIL connection with
the Committee oe Roadt o let the
ht.C. IL The cost of constructing Mat same to
be hist seed to progeerty•fronting thetton; and to
• be Collected as the assestmeits made by the city
are eol - ect ed.
Sec. 3. That any ordinance or part of ordinance
conflicting with the passage of this ordinance, at
the present time, be mill he same Is hereby re
pealed so far as the same - vets this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted; into a law in Councils,
this Bald day of Ytbruari. A. 1.). 1063.
J AMES Mehl, LEY,
• President of Select Council.
Attest E. B. Monnowl
• • Clerk of eet Connoil.
W. A. TOMLLNSON,
President of Common Council.
Attest: H. Mahlh , .tinf,
Clerk of Common Council. intf.
Authorizing the Cfrading, Paving and
Curbing of Webster Avenue from
/Whorls street; to Kirkpatrick
. , .
Szc. 1. Be U ordained and enacted by th. My of
Pittsburgh; is Holed and Common Councils at
oembied, and a is Aerial/ ordained and enacted
by an-hority ef the saw, That the City Engineer
be and :se la hereby authorised and directed to
advertise for prciposalß for the graiiiiiikpaving
aNd curbing Of W etalret. avenue, from Roberts
street to Kir kpatrick street, and to let , the same
In. the manner d Im-ten ibp an ordleance concena
eerning street,: passed:August 31st, i 8117; also,
all act •coni.erning• :streets, approved January
0th.'11164; - _ • •
• 131:43:3.'11nat any °reliance or part of ordinance
'conflicting with the passage of this Ordinance at
the present time, be Und the same is hereby re
pealed so far as the aside effect this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law,in Councils,
thin 3d day of March, A. 11. 1809. • •
, 1 •
__, , JAMES .111c1AULET..•—•
TreSident of Select Connell.
Attests E. s.lisoanolrt" 1 ', , "
rre ,uifd.otineltecotrucoonwnviciol. n
V1'..,A.• TOMLINSON. , ••
Attests 11:'MallASTIS, • ' ,• • • .1- i....
•, T .
Clerk Of Common Council. Mlir ',
fik.ll ORDINANCE, ...,,,, ,
tar ale Coastallotion of &Board Walk
i , s flon of Thirt2 4 :ebf*delfreetto Laurel ,
riJ i giroolt:Thod 'bloat/ lamarel , .Bfrdot fat
as Nireof, (late 1114001101 d. ). i - 1 0-
r•,. , I. ~•,.,; 1.,.., -•; ,••••,,, 1, , . ~, . ~f, •,,
00. i. Be ft, prclaino4 asd enacted ? eke .
' *Pattirarfrnilis Relent andrOommon as.*
fe frerriti , and tt le hereby ordains and
enacted' , the -atttkdrlty of GNI sabre. That 'the
iii k i t z geteno 4e ;dZta: .' sti% r gai i itregtra .
astruction of a Bo id shieerrala on Boundary'
em the inaction of Talrty-third (13d) etreet t o
iniarel•,streek, :and alongrt.auret arrest to Elm.
street; Isle Blocatield. and in 'cOnneelltra with
the C inadttee on ;streets to let the sonic. • , •
I brio.. S. Ts: cost of constructing tue 'sante to
li assessed property /rootingthereon. cud .0
e cottoned s the assessments made by the 4117
a e nuilected. - I .. . . • . r
~ S ac. 3. That al Ordinance or part of °red ,
nate° conflictingw ith the parsage of this ordl
4tonee at the pros nt time, be and' the' came' Is
'heronry repealed so gar as the same affects th is or
1 . .
Ordained and easctedlata a: law InConnhtla;
this glad day ofJanuary. 009 •
. , eisamod PfcAULFX, • ;
PresidentOf select Council.
Attest: E. S. AtonnoW., .
, - Clera of .effect Connell.
W. A. 70111L.I.NSON.
Attest: . n. m
Prcsiacst, of Common COUUCIi.
i Clerk of Counden Council., mh6
OF frFITSBURtiIf, PA.,
Ofilee, No. 424 I'E.NN
TRUST CO. BUILDING.)
Robt. Dickson, • litobt. Liddell, Friday,
G.•cledle, C. Van Buren, E. Kitsch,
E. H. Myers, .J. f 4 =Minh, Chris. Siebert.
L..J. Blanche d, Weisser, IP. Schildecker
BOBT. DICKSON, Vice President
itT.4. GRIER. Treasurer. \
4..1. A LID ETZ. SeereTrrV.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF . PITTTSBURGH
OFFICE. No. 167;i WOOD STREET, BANS
02 COMMERCE BUILDING.
This 15 a Home Camping, and Intuits agmliast
los. UV Fire exclusively. -
LEONARD WAITER, r
C. C. BOYLE,_Vice•President. •
ROBERT rAntrtm, Treasurer.
HUGH Mc.ELDBNI. 'Secretary.
Leonard Walter, George Wilson,
.• C. C. Boyle Cleo. - Vir Evans, •
Robert Patrick., J. C. I:appe,
Jacob Painter, J. C. Flelner,
Josiah King, John Voegtley,
Jas. H. Hopkins,', A, \ Ammon.
Henry Sproul, • • jys:
AGAINST LOSS BT FIRE.
FRANKLIN INSURANCE C0..0F PHILADELPHIA,
Charles Ar. Rancher, idordecai R. Louis
Tobias Wagner, David S. Brown,
Samuel Grant,. Isaac Lea,
Jacob It Sntith, ,Edward C. Dale,
oorge_W. Richards, (itorge
CHARLES G. BANCKER„ President.
EDW. Q. DALE, Vice President.
W. C. ErTEELE. Secretary:pro tees.
J. GARDNER COPTIN, Acuff,
North West corner Third and Wood Streets.
OF AiMMllfff, PA.
OFFICE IN PRANWIAN SAVINGS BANK
No. 41 Ohio St., Allegheny.
A HOME OOMPANY, managed by Directors
wet =own to the oonwounity, who trait by fair
deaUtty to merit a abase of youliatronsite.
DENIM 1RW1N.... .....,.President.
G.O. D. lIIDDLIt •
' _ _ 'ntazotbßS:
Heary_irwm,„ 'll:L. Patterson, Wm. Cooper,
Geo. G. RldiGe, Jacob Pram, Gottletb P
Simon Dram, •J. B. Smith ,. • iamb Bas h.'
W. H. Stewart, Ch. P. Whlston, Joseph Craig,
Jos. Lauteer, H. J.,Llakaad,- Jere. Holum
-FIRE INSURANCE CO
ESTABLISIIED'IBO3. CASE 'CAPITAL PAID
AND INVESTED FUNDS EXCEED
ING 48.000,000 pi tiCILD.
Insurance against Fire 'deleted on Houses and
Bonding,. Goods, Wares i and Merchandise,
Steamboats, Le. Polieles issued gamble in gold
or cam cy. Mr 'United States Branch 0 0 ce,
40 PIN STREET
Alli es of the u nited States Branch will be
adjusted in New York.
J. Y. oILALUGEIMEN, Agent.
Ocoee, 67 FOURTH STREET.
ME. McLAUGHLIN s also Agent for the Man
hattan Life Insurance Company. seS-v72
IArESTEIRN ILNSERANCE COM..
-PANT OF PITTSBURGH.
WM. I'. HERBERT. Secretary.
CAPT. GEORGE NEELD, General Agent.
Orem 911 Water street, Span, .k Co.'s Ware
houee, upstairs , Pittsburgh.
Will Iniure against all kinds of Fire and Ma -
rin' Risks. Ahome Institution, managed by Di
rector' who are Well - known to the community,
sad who ax' determined by promptness and iner
ality to maintain the ter.whlch they have
assumed, a* of te ri ng the protection to those
who desire to be insured.
Alexander Nimick, Jelin R. MeCtmes
It. Miller, Jr., - Chas. J. Clarke,
James McAuley, William S. Evans..
Alexander Speer, Joseph KirkpaoWr.,
Andrew Ackleu, PhilUp_ll.eymer.
David M. Long, Wm. Morrison,
''''.. Ibmsen. I lion ..
p E t p A rI,ESI INSURANCE COM-
pirincE, N. S. CORNICE WOOD & FIFTH BM
A Homo Company, taking irtra Ran Marine Bida
John Z. Parka,
Wm.. Van. Kirk.
James D. Verner
W. P. GAP,Drin. :
"CAPT. JAS. 414yR.
4.L.L E 'f4 N INSURANCE
COMPANY or prrrsßvium. •
07 'ICE,No. 372EF.TH BTBEWT,Bartir
Insures agatimt all kinds of Fire and Marine
JOHNISWIN, Js"; President.
JOHN D. MeCOBD,
C. G." DONNELL, oemetary.
. • OART.IPAI. +DEAN: General Agent.,_
John Irwin. Jr.. Orpt. Wm. Dean,
John D. McCord. B. L. laiineatoek
0. O. Human W. 11. , Evenon
Harter Childs, Robert H. Davis. -
T. J. Hoatinson, 'Francis Sellers,
Charlea Ham, Cant. J. T. BtocAdale.
FOE SALE. • • •
Acre at Woods Run.
4 Acres and House in East. Liberty. •
Acres, unimproved, on 'troy HUI.
M Acres on Greensburg Pike.
5 Acres on Four Mlle Bun Roa 11( miles from
P. C. B. E. • " - '
10 Acres near P. V. W. & C. R. B.
118 Acres near Pa, R. It., Westmoreland court-
90 Acres at Hill Bide Station, Pa. R. R.
4 Farms in Preston county. West Virginia.
195 Acres in Armstrong county, underlaid with
109 Acres andlood improverienia, in Trumbull
900 Ames a. Timber land, with Mill and
picriuse •and. Lot on Center Menne, near Birk-
and Lot on , Vier°, street. , ,
House and Lot, In East Liberty. . •
House and Lot In Mansfield.
House and Lot on Carroll street, Allegheny.
• House and Lot on•Reaver avenue.
.A Rouses and Lots, very cheap, on Vine
Lots, very , cheap, on Vine street.
9 Honsetf and Lot on Franklin street. • I '
1 House of 9 UOOlll3 and 9 Lots on Roberts Bt.
-Farms in nittiott, MleCouri and West Virginia:
• coal Laltdslic Allegheny, Westmore/alkl., 11 . 67-
,edte and M ayer counties in Penna. ; • •,
• ..' 11 14:0 6 1:Mr• t . •
L SI RollSeS orb BOO*" 111 the 17th ward; rent 9300
3 do. of 3 do. do. 17th do. do. .144'
sa doaof8: do. do. 19th y d0,.d0, .186
ii d 6. of do. do. Bth do. 'do. 360
1 , ' Bth do,:, do. . 300
X „ do. 0f.9 do. do. lid .do. do. - SOO
I • do, of 3 do.,• oth_ do. do. 14
1 do. of at do. do. oth do. do.
; dO.,Wf it do.do. • /7th , do.' do. /0
• .do. of do., 40. .Ad do.
• " d o of ' 4 ,`-clo. '-'4ltatistreali •• • - •
At = that have for rent wui be ren ed
ireq low to!tood teams - • eke balance or the
: 1 9 4 . 44 . i••• ' , - •
Ampex Air • ,
D P, 'llnters 'Real Estate Mee
NO. Grni 11.Sti." 1 "1" 1 4 1 .
uca:Dis a •
ESOMME OUR jriplae by
hong the . vaigu
CENTRIFUGAIIe (10,11110110 1 4
the only true and esally,, regulated easterner
made; perfect In Its opera mug and truly relLatda t
~atae GOVCTIWT can be+ tne_o7Le..t
PERIIIs VAL PIPPCKETTLII teal imesg,
:and deUeltor of ratents..rto, 7 -Federal street,
Allegheny City, the only agentiOr GonarrAor
lllthe West. --
DEIOIiEMING, of a superior quality; alto
leather Belting of different altos.. A lArge
on hands; the lOweit prices.t ff.V . _im , .
,f. • 510 anddS dilth n
e 8 .
. . 1
W'NEW OPERA HOUSE.
Secnnd night 'of the cOebrated arld yopular
Trngeulan, - • -
Mr. JOiEPR rnorron.
TUESDAY JEVENINt3, Marra 9th. 1569,
will be presented the new dramatic romance in
nye acts, entitled,
OR. THE TOMB. TEM THRONE AND ScaFroLD.
Eilietwold Mr. Proctor.
Wednesday Ecening-31.1.C.1.tEl U.
Proctor Mat%nee on !::att relay.
S MYTH E'S A3l Euic ,us
THVATIIE. (late 'rranble's Vsrlettes,l
TUESDAY EVENING, March 9th. Crowded
from pit to dome!. Lw.,t nights of the VITO
BELLI& Serio-'omit drama, MADMAN OF
TIIE WoODS. Miss JENNIE BR.VOIiEN,MIss
NELLIE TAYrmt, the romical GUS. WIL
LIAMS In new son s. ballad'. MissCs
MARSH, EAGAN, FAIIRA7i. WILSON, FOS
TER. &c.. &c.. n fascinating dances. splendid
EL W. WILLI/M5....5.01e Lessee and Manager.
CLOSED UNTIL THIIR=DAY EVENING
Look out far future an now.eemeut si Cornier.
AN ENTIRE NEW COMPANY: For tu it par
ticulars see bills of the day.
A= PARLOR MENAGERIE,
The' Great Family 'Resort°.
FIFTH AVENUE. between '3.mM:field and
Wood streets, Opposite Oni Theatre.
sir Open Day and Evening all the year round.
Admission, %Scents: IS Outs.
arAcADEMIIt OF BIIISIC.
Samuel P. Walter,.
..lared IL Brush,
Win P. Lang
.M. W. CA!•INING4
.LSAT'- GALTON -OPERA [MORE
REBPECTFULLY ANNOICTCE . ,
THREE NIGHTS ONLY
Comic. English _ Opera.
MONDAY EVENING, Minch Bch,
OFFEINBACEUS dOMIO OPERA,
LITCHEN AND FRITZCHEN,
BONNIE FISH WIFE,
LA BOSE DE ST. rittoß.
TUESDAT FVENING. Maich - oth; the Must
eat Barltua of .
'THE SWIBB COTTAGE; •
With all the 'original music, and ;
IVEDNESDLY EVENING. liaich 10:h, the
- SUDDEN TROTIGHTT.
Ana OtenbiA's Comic Opera
• ST. FLOE,
A MARRIAGE BY, LANTERNS.
ADMISQION—P6rgnette and Dress Circle,
$l.OO. Family Circle, 50c, Gallery 25c.
Sale of sews will commence on Friday morn•
tag, at 11. Sieber's; Wo. 1.22 Wood street,
w r e ed
w sea ho u o extra
charge. ven gs m mh b:frAe.
tOr''ACOEMIt OF I G. •
GERMAN DRAMAONI FOR THREE SIGHTS
FANNY JANAUSC -EK,
Queen of the German Stage>
THURSDAY EVENING, March 11th.
FRIDAY EVENING, March /MO.
, DEBORAH. - •
SATURDAY EVESIBti. March 13th, '
CA.TIIERINE. THE - •
Reserved Seats $1.00: Fasn , ly CI ele. 50c.
Gallery, 23 'cents. Reserved Seats can be ob
tained- un said after Monday at Kieber Bros.
Music Store, 12)4 Wood street. . mh4:170._
ECONOMY BUTTER CO.
ask the attention of all interested In the reduc—
tion of the extravagant cost of Butter, to t ' their
practical and economical system of making pure
prime Butter bythe aid of the
EXIiIACT OF B
A brief allusion to the origin of t
discavet y may mot prinanninteres
the anthdrateated reeOr;la °Vibe re
twin, 'Coors voyage around Ihe fro
the statement, that while solournin
time on the Brazilian CoSsZof tonth
observed the natives using, in'tbe
their lOod; a tleCuliar oil. 'which, u
tion, he found to possess the appe
and flavet•of Einttert,nron :Otter,
ever, he ascertained that .it iras
stance that the
_natives distilled 1. a crude and.
imperteOt manner, from a rich # d luxuriant
Plint that grew spontaneously and• bundantly in.
Oat warm tropical country. - tsr 3 ears ago,
an eminent French chemist, while on a profes
sional visit to the tropics, made nu.. eroes exper.
imentawith Ibis retnarkatde pro! elton of nis-
turn, and succeeded La extracting
essence ofthe plant. The formal
ration, and the 'dole Bien" tor
country are the exclasive propert
party, by whom It was purchased
nal discoverer. We claire for thli
yet simple and perfectlyharuileas . reparation
-Its.-That by its use a net gain oft iinso to 200
per cent. is inside in the manufacture of Butter.
4d.-That Sutter, which from aor whatever'
_cause, may be strong, rancid, streaked or
* conrse.grained. and compszativ useless for
use, general u, by the aid of this E tract,' is
s i y
stored to its original' freshness d sweetness,
tine-grain, and even color.
2d.-By the use of this - Extract,, one pound of
• deli - inns,' fresh Butter' is setiallifmade front
one pint of milk. i
4th.-That a pure and excellent tahie Batter can .
-be Made, at - a cost of from 15 t 0.20 c nts per
• pound.' The elder expense wherein being But
ter, which is the essential. base.' 1
oth.. That Butfer. Manufactured by the aid of
this-Extract is equahin every respect to the best
Butter :made by the ordinary method.
Bth.-The lextract _after thorough analyst', by
. ' able &deists, ill proncanced Per Y free from
- 'any deleterlOits stibstanbe.,the 1 (Bents be
ing. hurelyer a vegetable nature. .
fith.-lii prod( of the foregoing rtions, the
thetorY Ot this company.ls
one ton of
Butter per ay, wkleh meets with ready sale
• In thei New York hirrket, andisconsumed from
, the tables of the first gotels. NOitaurants and
: irrrate remillea lit Ms Mt, and elsewhere.
..,k simple packase of theltxtroetimumelent _to
Mae 50 lbs. of Butter)
_sent to any address on receipt of $l.
- with rad aimnons Mr
CAUTION:-rjur articles of real merit are sub-
Rollo spurious' imitation& wi t ) would Bruhn,'
caution thermion) arminstcoun w an Br uhn,'
" til . "ir e Am irtile trael , o as ee ° Bl e t r te g i nit '''.
ajrapaeedand sold onlY bY i
(, ! . .The .Econoloy Butter Co.
ie . ri. sw Yo
Yaefou t I.,.ii' 1;01 1 ,11ty Mena fo 'ale, e Coring
' feteWaiiiisis We OPportunttin awaiting.:
a simple business. paying iteeresottelpronte. \
meets ffented y.verywhert.
• 11. cIV IDS 1 DS re
v eV" c°"ri 4 ' l '
st ,, c .3ePi vel g°Trt;egs.awhit.utteiaieutopia_
.rage.-secit to our address. No Farmer should
worth wi rth ib fro °n Ui t -61S' iX a to s w ten hite een a tl 4 6 a r a ttl Y t li ese inul te r ea ul
markets otito , tltetof a richyellow. feS:eiti
j • B. TOIaiGION 64 CO.,
lOK 61041431 and DINLNQ 9.4.1.00 N.
83 Bmlthileiti , street, corner, or Diamond alley Pittsburgh. •
sir rates and families armplied with. lola
Cream and Cakes on short notice. •
id, is found.
: fora theft
• II ereuana
••p]y a sub.
for Its preps
ts sale in this
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