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larrunLic LECTURE at the
NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH, conifer of
Wood and Sixth etreeta on hIINDaIi EVEN LNG.
March ' BabJect—Taz ANCIENT RITE OT
EMBALMING: ITS NioNirtcATToN AND USE.
far THE FIRST METHODIST
OHURCELIRaIIroad rtreet,_near Depot,)
New BiIIGIITON. PS. F. (MOWTHER,Paator.
Preaching EVBRY SABBATH. SS 10% H.
P. N. Public cordialli invited.
1C H PROTESTANT
BENJAMIN F. BROWS.R. urhfrmphis,
will ,reach In this Church, oir TO. MORROW,
letiollay). Hours, lu% o.cioels A. K. ,and 'l%
iIarFIRST ENGLISH EVAN.
OELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH, Sev
enth street—Rev. SAMUEL LAIRD, k'astor.
Services To-nonnOvr (Sunday.) and regularly
hereafter, at 10,4 a n. and T) P. Y. Sunday
School at 9 A. 31.
ay' FIRS CHR'ISTIAN
"CHURCH OF PITTSBURGH, W. S.
cirsy. raster, _meets statediy
ALL, corner of Liberty and Fourth streets,
Bermes every Lord's Day at /OM A. x. and 7V
r. K. The public are Cordially Invited.
:VERY SABBATH, et 1.0.30
Free seats and welcome to
tt 9 A. H• and 1.45 P. X.
Or THE F 1
Smithfield and Orai
A N .
S n nd Sc h oolT
OrIIJIVIVIERSALIST CRIIIICH I
Errais ii4 , ll.N e _ Or iv IaI I t r A,N7S I LND THlnu
'Preaching EVeia BLINDLY at 10 1 31 z . e.. li it t end
bestiSree and weletnneto all.
t. TIAN , 0 i 413 BCH, corner Beaver street
-and Montg_omery avenue. Allegheny City, Jt.)-
SEPIi HMO. Pastor. Public worship To• Mul
l Day.) _at JLON in the MORNING
and 7) in the Evas
Pre - -eats, and a cordial invitation given to all.
OrMESSIAH • ENGLISH EVAN
GELICAL LUTHER/01 CHURCH, (Gen
eral Synod.) Hand Street. below Penn. Rev. J.H.
W. IirrUCKENBEILG, Pastor. Religious servi
ces regularly on SABBATH reafter. Sunday
School 9a. H. Preaching at 10% A. x. and
73( P. X. Prayer Meeting and Lecture Wednes
day evenings. Friends of the congregation and
public are cordially invited.
WELDED/. WENDELL Will
be present at QUINCY HALL. Laeook
'street. Allegheny, TI i.stORROW, at 10;311 A.
at. and 3:30 and 7:30 r. .11. to proclaim the
word to those waiting the co ming of Jeans and
the resnrrectiori of the dead. bubJect in the
morning, ••/eighth of Daniel and our nearproz
finny to the end." Meeting on Tuesday, Wed
acids), and Friday evenings.
OITICE OT THE PITTESILIGH War COMPANT,
"'Mob ugh Idarell'l9th, MD. I
THE BOARD OF WRVS.
TEES of this Company hereby announce
st on and after RONDA:Y.
antll further nottet4 the of TAR be
vexl y b i r rd re , d a lec 11614 r busliViglire r ns& e thla
the amid bounds. W. IL MCCLELLa..I , M, '
ashienrat • - Treasurer.
Pittsburgh & Cow*nimble liallroad.
Proposals will be:received up to . SATURDAY,
Ma) lst, inclusive, for the
GIIIDULTION ILISONKY AHD BALLASTING
Of the remaining VI Sections of ti Is Road, situ.
-aced at Intervals upon the 96 milesbetweett Con.
fulleville and Cumberland. '
Specifications will be ready for distribution at
the Pittsburgh and Cumberland Offices, on PSI.
DAY, the* 9111 of April, and all information
necessary for the proper- examination of the
work will be afforded by the Engineer upon the
By order of the President and Directors. .
BENJ. H. LATROBE.
0171= PITTR'BOR Als Cortiritimmintit It. IL Co
Pittsburgh. Starch 113th, 1118 I
• - TOWELS TOWELS
• Having just received a large assortment, w
Invite an examination of the prices.
ONE LOT VERY CHE IP, $1.50 Per DO2Oll.
ONE LOT VEEX CHEAP, $0.40 Per, Dozen.
i t 'ORE LOT EXTRA CHEAP, $3.00 Pgr Dozen.
OTT LCT.EXTRA. CHEAP, $3.60 Per Dozen.
AB of Which are Bargains,
JAMES. M. C.ARR'S,
118 Federet Street, Allegheny.
w. 1610: -
110IISEICEEPING GOOD 8.
We Epeeist attention to our stock of the
above icopds, embracing
maw! PA. l 4 6ll **: kt ot
• 10.4,.9 4, 5-t smornosres,
PILLOW Qin musialre,
SHIRTING M 17814513,
SHIRTING. FEINTS AND riescouss,
TOWELS! TOWELS! TOWELS!
C A:l4' , XS A. 0 XPr
118 .Federa . l Street. Allegheny.
;EARLY SPRING GOODS.
BLA.CIC. porrAN 'ALrecAs,
rif..t t orf, LtISTRES,
MEE momenta, •
PLACE AND COLD WOOL ,DILLAINES,
PLAID, AND, EITRIPZJI POPLINS,
*ACP BILES ,,
FANCY GODS, '
TABLE. AIM KFJ , ODZOISI COVERS,
HID (LOVES, ai Woo, sum sad 41.50,
4-4 BLZACHICD MUSLIN atisge.
AT 13c. ILIGANT CHINTZ mum
fIaNTS. Ver3 Choice.
WITH A FULL LINE OP
giWION , A.BLE GOODS
At die Lowest Fria&
.JAMES, M. , CARE'S,
118 Federal Street, Alieghemy.
0-LET.-BOOST, 40 by 405
feet, with !lower, on corner of Penn and
r artn sttekts. Inquire of ROBERT RILL..
a good established Manufse , nring Com
with a capital of from $lll,OOO to $20.-
000; one who is coo potent to manage the noon
chit part cif titetavdnest. Addr. is. giving real
name, J. IP.•DENNING. llctx 531 C. O.
POSTAL MONEY ORDERS.
Under guarantee of the North Ger
man Postale. Department, thil Office iVtU
receive money to be paid b) the respective Fest
Offices In the Confederation FREE OF CHARGE,
and also pay ell orders issued by the various
Postotrices for parties of this district,
At, the Banking H.ouse:of
PH. R. MERTZ.
To -LET. •
. • TWO PARLORS
Suitable for offices In thateligibly located build
ing; N 0.1119 PENN STREET, three doors above
Si. Clair. Enquire of JAMES VERNER, office
of Citizens Passenger Hallway, , or W. H. KIN
CAID, 18 Diamond Square. .. .
A §140,000 FIRST MORTGAGE
BONDS EAGLE CeiTTON RILLS, NAVI
TION, AND OTHER STOCKS AND BONDS.
TIIE•DAY EVENING, March 813 d, at 'I'M
o'clock, will be sold on second door of Com
mercial Baits Booms, 106 Smithfield street,
$140,000 First lilon'gasie bonds of the Darts
cahonds. Improvement Company, Elk county,
Pennsylvania, , •
0000 Allegheny county Compromise Bonds.
61.800 Conuellsville Railroad Bolds, Tussle
40 shares El9le Cotton Minis- '• .
,15 shares MonorwohelaNaylgation Company,
34 shares Central Transtniriation Company.
mitt) A. M'ILWAINE. Auctioneer).
WANTED, • .
TO RENT : OR. PIIROUASEL
On the line of the - Pittsblvgh & Conntibiville
Railroad, and In first or second Pool, Mononga
hela River, from 300 to 600 FEET OP RIVER
FRONT, so locatei that Barges can be loaded
from aside track , o be - put tn, conareting
above Railroad. The narrower the lane between
Railroad and River the better.
_ Addreu or apply linmedietely to
SWEARINGEN & MCCANDLESS.
nah.23:04 No. 134 Fourth eve., Pittsburgh
Infanta Hood., .
White Shetland •Shawls,
Scarlet Shetland Shawls,
Bnglish French and fiarinan Cotton Hosiery
All JAMES PHELAN'S
Old Stand. Stocking Store,
ni1120.8. No. 24 FIFTH AVENUE.
FRUIT Lin AND NURSERIES
IA: &r., in.
Saving made tee cultivation of the above Fruits
a specialty for a number of years. our collection
Ls mace toe most complete of any In the country.
(buttock of •
• VINES AND MUM
Yor sale this Season is Teti large and superior,
which we offer at prices as low as the same QUAL
ITY of • OEN tiIDIE article can behad anywhere.
, The country is flooded, by unreliati e spots,
with inferior or 'parlous stock. which wluilve
nothing out disappointmentto the canter. vast
sums of money are thus ' annually worse than
ilirtrwis away, and by the time the Vines and
Plants should produce fruit,-the party wbo fUr
abated them is out of react. and the planter has
iralitire to Small Pratt Culture Is geed:Tally the
result of a choice of Inferior varieties and poor
stock. We eIIAIIANTILL 011 r stock toglve ENTIRE
SATISVACTION to GINVININ2IS_,EI QUALITY_, p
ata. and, with proper culture, OF TENT.
The NEW EDITION of -our DESCRIPTIVE
and ILLLtdTRATED aMALL FRITIT CATA
: tIE of .83_ times; and PRICE LIST FOR
PIING 01,1889, will both be sent to all 'pull.
Calls Inclosing 10 cents.
Whether growers. wish to purcbaet stock or
.not. - they will find these two Pamphl. to of 66
.. 4 . ) n l4T: o a s.
t i value, and worth more than-ten
. J. KNOX
BOX 135, CITY OFFICE 137 LIBICBTY BT.,
ATTRACTIVE NEW BOOKS.
Annual of Scientific Discovery. for 1850..0 00
Primeval. Man, b'y' the Duke of Argyle 150
The Blustsated Library of Woad ma—
t. Thdnder and Lightning
11. Wonders of Optics
Others in preparation.
Sunshine and shadow in New York. By
Matthew Hale Smith (Barleigbj 3 00
The Life and Epistles of St. PauL, By.
Cen_ybcars and frowner 50
The fishe Malden. By the new Danish
Mahon Il)oerasen - 1115
Arne. By the same 1.00
Dyer , . Pompeii; new supply 7 00
Bowler , Colorado Ac 100
Dr. Syntax—Three Tours—a cheap edition
of this Duet all the illustrations 3 75
The Ingoldsby . Legends. New and cheap
edition . , .. ... 35
Captains —Arranges Knight - Sintram. 1
Bound in ono Tel
Charles Beade's Novels. iutiform edition.
8 vols. each 100
For sale by
ROBERT 8. DAVIS & CO..
New Store 193 Liberty street.
ashlavroTrms Aboveln. char.
TOSEPII HORNER, Bookseller
v ant Statiouer, METHODIST BOOK DE.
POSITOHY, Nettiodbt Epumopal Block, No. IA9
thnitbileld street.' • Prise.
A Garden of Spied' . g A 00
Ancient Cities and Smpires..s - • 1 75
O t rds for the Warfare of Life.— 175
Man and e Gospel •
Yesterday to-Dar and. Forever AI
HUM a n d Heaven 4 I 00
Wild Life tinder the Equator 1 75
Oreitir.L.BriAim—by Mite 100
nun words on Christian Living I BO
Christ the Light of the World 1 50
i: harscOristies of Christ's Teachings.u., ' 150
Simple Truths for Earnest Minds 1 0
TbeEmpty Crib ' • 100
Tales fronsAissice . : 150
Noontide sit Sycbar I 50
Memories Of owe • Al 00
The Lfe of Wm. Marsh, D. D 1 75
Our Life In China - , • 150
studies of Character - 175
The Pivot Words of Scripture 1 BO
The Pearl of Parables ' I A 5
Mind and Words of Jesus '' ' • 50
Views from Plyo.outh Rock I 50
mhArnt.S.s. • •
SPRING STOCK OF'
NOW RECEIVING BY
GRAY & LOGAM,
table 41 fIIXTEt STREET, (late St. Clair
ITIVOtrIna - GAZETTE - SAT URDAT, - : 'MARCH 20, 1869.-
J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO.
JUNE JUST ISSUED:
LORD BYRON'S MEMOIRS.
Recollections of Lora Byrinr: By the Connrras
GrucctoLL With those of the hye-Witnesses
Of his Life• With Steell'ortralt. bvo. Extra
cloth. $3 50.
"This book is of great vain•, for it col'ects the
varied opinions of Lord By ron's nioeraphers and
Present. them at a glaace.—Pail Malt Gas..tfe.
THE WIFE'S• MESSENGERS.
A Ti Nov dp a ßy r . bi Ex e t r M c loth. 3
Attraction and Repulsion. The Radical Princi
ples of litorgy graphically discussed in their
relations to'rhysica. and Morphological Devel
opment. By (Mantas FREDEVICH WritSLOW,
M. D. Bro. Batts cloth. $5.00.
DAMON ON THE SKIN.
7he Btructoral Ltisone of the silo: Their Path
clog, and Triatment. IHustr►red. By How.
Alta F. DAIMON. M D. etc., author of
•The Neuroses of the glitn," etc. Bvo. • Tint
ed paper. Cloth. 'PAW.
NEVER TOO -LATE TO MEND.
A Matter-of-Fact Bomunce, By CHARLES
BMW.. nmo. BEM" cloth. $4.00.
'ibis form. the Second Volume of Llppincott's
Illustrated Standard Edition HARD CASH is
also now ready. 2 3
A New and . Cleaver Edition of
BARON BUNSEN'S MEMOIRS.
A Memoir of Baron Bunsen . . late Minister Pleni
potentiary and Envo Extraordinary_ of-the
King of Prussia at the Brit' r h Court. Extract
ed from Family Soure s by his BAnox,
ran Braman.. Roo and Chean.r Edition,
sligh abridged for Beueral Readers. With
Woodortraits Engraved on Steel and Four
Cuts. A vols. Mlnno. Extra cloth.
A Historical Review of the Rent/lona Poetry of
En land. By ozoitos MACDONALD, M. A..
anther of "Alec Yorbe.," etc.. lilastrated.
Extra cloth. •A.OO. Forming Vol.-
IV. of "The Sunday Library."
THE GLOBE DON QUIXOTTE.
Globe Edit lon of the ndientares of Don Quixote.
• By unnwerra. With four colored Steel En
irlvtgsdstttynjtrative Woo -cuts.
o : .n r 3olois il .
For sale by all' Nookseuers, or will be sent by
mall, postage free s on receipt of price by the
Pitblished by J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO.,
715 and 717 Market Street,
MONDAY, March 22,
JOS. HORNE & CO.
Will Open . for theinspettion of the Trade
A large etni complete aetortment of
,TRAN GOODS, HATS, BONNETS,
Fine French and American
LOWERS. ROSES AND BUDS
RIBBONS,. in alll Widths,
Uro de Nap Trimming. Laces,
To which we Invite the 'attention of
Milliners and Dealers.
77 AND 79'
GREAT AUCTION SALE.
• ➢ACRIIH & CARLISLE'S
Fancy Hoods, Hosiery, Trimmings,
FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS,
aucimaka CARLISLE haying removed to
Pour doors otiose their former location, bsye
opened up with a fresh new stook. to whim they
invite the attention of theirold customert.
They hare also coociatisd lo clear out tne en
tire stook at their old location, No. 19 FIFTH
The first sale will commence on SAT ORDAT,
March 20thrat 10 o'clock A.B. and at 2:30 and
7 r. Y., and continue from day to day till the
stock la sold out.
S.Les,Jon Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Ylidaya at 31,5 i and 7 T. se., and on baturdays and
Wednesdays at 10 A. U. and 11 and 7 T. U.
Great bargains ma' be expected. any of the
goodi'are new and the entire stock must he sold
out by April drat.
Goods sold in lois to suit both. Wholesale and
Afternoon sales will include Embroideries,
Handkerchiefa. Hosiery. Soaps. Perfumery, and
general variety of lad le s goods.
The Counters and bhelving at private sale.
H. B. BKITHIO3I CO.,
SPICE . AND MUSTARD M ILL,
• 4 .
Fifth Avenue, near High'St.,
STRICIeLERIC INIORLEDCE •
Wholesale dealers in
Put up in Round packages or in bulk to suit Par.
chasers.. _ We call the attention of consumers to
our Einatinoit COFFEE. sold in pound pack
ages, which we warrant to be the very best,- We
also manufacture pure SPICES AND MUSTARD.
Fresh. Corn. Meal: from sound and good Corn.
'round dally. Coffee and Pea Nuts toasted for
dealers and dellvered tree of charge same day.
We keep everything i
orders pice line on hapd ,
end are prepared to nil at all times.
All articles Warranted to be of the best brands.
r • STRICKLER tlt MORI:EDGE,
mh a gIT. Filth Avenue, near High ,trcet.
IT. A. SHLNN, Attornepat-Lawl
Has removed his office from No. 139 Fourth
'Avenue, to . No. 75 GRANT STREET; (corner
of DisMond.)' ' mhbffill
28 Latent iberty_
_str ee icint, Dealers In
Tic and P Medes.
GIMPS, ORNAMENTS, &e.,
No. 19 Fifth Avenue.
No. 27 Fifth Avenue,
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t- ' ' ' ... 4 ~ < — , ` 4 A.l"-574ilez,lik _, ' '.l, _ ~.,
At 121 c. Best Calicoes, New Styles.
At 10c., Fast Colored Calicoes.
At 12ic., Yard Wide Bleached-11ns
At 121 c , Yard Wide Sheeting Mus
At 12ic., Fine Unbleached Muslins.
At 10c., Linen Crash for Towels.
At I*., Heavy Linen Crash.
At 140., Linen Towels, red border.
At 87ic., Dozen Linen Napkins.
At 75c., Balmoral Skirts, full size.
At $2.25, Gored Felt Skirts.k
At $l.OO, Men's White Shirts,
At 1.5 e., Men's Col'd 'Ribbed Socks.
At 121 e., Boy's Do. Do.
Sheeting Mt ins,
.Pillow Case MlMllila.
' White QuiltB,
Table Linens, &e., &e.
AT LOWEST PRICES,
WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL
180 AND ISt
APPLETON & CO ;
Noe. 90, 92 and 94 Grand.St,
PUBLISH THIS DAY:
VOL. 4 OF THE LIBRARY EDITION OF
THE WAVERLY NDVELS. To be eotupleted
In Volum e s. niggiorm with-the "LIBELANT
EDITION OF ,JICNENs." Each volume Illustra
ted with numerous One Steel. and Wood En
gravings. Hound In morocco cloth, gilt side and
back. Trice, $1.73 per volume or .10.50 per
PERCIVAL KEENE. _By Captain MattityATT.
Being the twit th and concluding volume of the
new cheap edition of Marr att's Novels. Hand
somely printed on Sue paper, from large clear
tyre, with an ornamental paper- , orer. The se
ries consist of: 'Midshipman Easy," "Peter
simple." "Jacob Faithful," "Naval °facer,"
...Ring's Own." "Jatthet in Search of • filth er,
"Newton Forster," "Paella of Many Tales."
"The , Po a cher." "Phantom Ship," "Soar
"ltyow, ' and "Percival Keene." Price, SO
THN TIN THIINPNT; Or. HEADS AND TAILS
rob THE WISE AND WAGGISH. New edition.
Paper cover. /Arno.. slB* pp. Price 80 cents.
D. A. & Co. Have Just Published:
FOUR WEEKS IN A BALLOON. By
Jules Verne. Cloth 11.1.50;
M &Kt:EL ON. THE STUDY OF LAN- -
GUAGES. Cloth E:35
LETTERS OF A SENTIMENTAL IDLER.
BxH. H. Leger' .. .. .. ..... .... X. 501
Luz AND LETTERS OF EITZ-GREEIIE
HA LLECK 51.50'
PLICENIXIA: QO Or, 51CCITHILS AND Bob- I,
MORE'S EASTERN AROHLPEL- I
AGO. - Illustrated 5.00
CpAMPBELLer 50 `S POETICAL WORKS. Pa- I
Sri MIL. YoW. By Capt. 1 biAIIItTATT.
Paper coTers. 50
GAGE'S HISTORICAL ATLAS. 8r0.... 3.50
Either of the . .sbove sent -free by mail to any
address on receipt of the ' , rice. mhl7 raf-tee
WELL AND CISTERN PUMPS
BRASS AND IRON COCKS;
Steam Gauges, Steam Pomp,
PLAIN AID GALVANIZED IRON PIPE, AeJ,,
FOB SALE BY
BAILEY, FARRELL it CO
161 Smithfield Street,
. STEM -WINDINC .
These Watehes are of the well•tnown N Vine
style, and warranted to satisfy the most exacting
demand for beauty, finish and iconraey.
The manufacture of Watches of this
due quality is not even attempted in
this country except at Waltham.
YOB. BALE BY
3.8. JIBED & CO.,
mht: - PIT BBILIIGH.
84 - • Platt, 1G and 20 Sizen.
To the Mattlifactire of these finasWatches the
Oompilny have devoted all the science and skill
in the art at Aber command, and confidently
claim that for dueness and beauty, no less than
for the greater exoelencles of mechanical and
igLestine correctness of &lids and execs ion,
these watches are unsurnsesed anywhere.
In this country the manufactinie of
these Ana grade of Watches Is not even
attempted, except at Waltham.
YOU SALE BY • • ,
3. H. M'F*DDEN do CO.!
pirtOPOSALS-For the EreC".
Von of Bank. Building for Dollar Savings
Batik will be received at No. CIT Fourth avenue,
room No. 3,. second story. mail ege segth ! mt.
Plats and specifications can be seen until the
Seth inst., sad all information given by .
isem3 HOBOS & ems,
XTOTICEr—Taken Up, about
lr outrweek since.
A. Black and a Bay. Thekowner Is requestedto
prove property. pal Charges and take them away
or they, run be soul according to law.
rein JOB. A. BUTLZA Chief of Pollee.
RECEIVED ` TO-DAY.
Paisay Square Shawls,
I OPEN CENTRES.
SQUARE AN DOUBLE SHAWLS,
180 and 182 Federal Street,
SPRING - DRESS GOODS,
Tine Black Alpacas.
BLACK DRESS SILKS.
NO. 180 AND 182
/ / / •
jp, • ;
No. 37 FIFTH AVENUE,
P. DUFF, Author of Duff ' s 13 ' , stems of Book
Established twenty-eight years, having educa
ted many thousands of 'Merchants, Bankers and
Aceountanta in the United States and Canadas,
In the most perfect class Instruction, and is now
the first College in America to introduce the new
important improvement of combining that class
instruction with comprehensive exercise In •
REdL BUSINESS, • •
BrWil. H. CHARLES P. and- ROBERT P.
DUFF, all experienced business Accountants,
each having kept books in extensive firm, giv
ing our students the rare opportnnity of becom •
ing at/ once practical Accountants. DUFF'S new
srstem of Merchants", Manufacturer's, National
Bank, Railroad and Private Bankers
Splendidly printed in - colors by HARPER a
BROTHERS New York. pp. 400. Crown Svo.,
3T. Pos tage Sic. The only work containing
National Bank and Private Bankers , accounts.
No other work of the kind has been so nnani•
mously and emphatically recommended by. the
Press, oy business men, by teachers, and by those
who nave been educated from. it. Bee our new
Circular, containing also lac simile of WM. H.
DUN First Premium Penmanship; Medals,
ac. Mailed free .bv
P..3.31:71r.P de SON. Principals.
P. DUFF & SONS,
124 lieeond Avenue, Pittsburgh,
Vonunissisn Merchants. Manufacturers Agents,
and W.holesale Dealers In Flour, Grain, and
• • altkinds of Produce. Oonsliniments
Welted. Advances made. . , •
airgend nagidef libr our Weekly Price Current.
IiIIEPTCY PLAYED OCT!
$2.00. -THIS CARD
entitles the bearer, , on presentation,
to TWO DOLLARS abetment on a
cash wartime of 1015.00 at the great
cheap clothing, house of
EL O. TEAVERMAN;
.08161NAL BIG 1:TUI1Bilt 11,
Sixth Street, late St. Clair.
Nobody beat by Obi establishment, but Dale
dealing to all I Call and be convinced. All
clothing plainly marked by printed cards, at
SLOWEST CASH PRICES,
Bo that no one may be deceived. Remember
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NEAR SIXTH, LATE ST. CLAIR.
W. C. Smythe;Sole Lessee andl4la6.l,,er.
DOORS OPEN AT 7, 001LNEIOE AT 8 O'OLOOL
Crowns every effort of the management. •
proof of the manner In which business. •
Is conducted at the
The Manager= respectfully submits to the gen./
ent public the following copy of the
RULES AND REGULATIONS
governlnteaoh sad every performer at bla es.
Punctuality and attention .being necessary to
success in business, the Manager deeths It cape.
diem to establish the following Rules and Bekal
battens for the purpose of guarding against re
sults which might ensue from the carelessness of
those persons wno do not sufficiently appreciate
the responsibility which they assume in a pro
fessional engagement :
. FIRST—Itds assumed, In all engageMents, that
the perfonnei is an expert in the business, and
fully qualificid to perform aCcorditg to the ertaii.
tract; therefore, incompetency will render the
contract null and void, and subject the per
former to Immediate dismissal from, the estab•
SECOND—AII the members of this Compant
are regarded,by the Iffsobager at the time of en
gagement, as . adies and gentlemen.: therefore.
any cone nct . tt:liich is unbecoming the above
mentioned chars° , er. or calculated to Ining the
establishment into disrepute, will anbleot the
offender to immediate dlsmlesal, with forfeit of
the salary due at the time of such occurrence.
THlRD—There will be a r 4 hearse( every morn•
big. (dundeys excepted,) at 10 o'clock A.
(Weis otherwise arranged by the Stage Manager.
FOURTH—BeIem late at Reheat. sal, (tetvieln.
rates being allowed for difference of clocks.) $l.
Being absent tbe entire B.ebearsal, $3.
FIFTH—Any member • mak! .g unnecessul
'Oise behind the Ctutalr, tither on the Stage or
in the 'Dressing Haan, during the llama the
Performance, will forfeit 25 cents.
SIXTH—Any member - bringing strangers be
hind the Curtain, or on the Stage, or into the
Dressing Room, without the consent of the Man•
age?, will forfeit $lO. • •
SEVENTH—The Stage Theor is the proper en
trance for the inembera of the Company, ending
performer passing tifrough the auditorium after
the hour of opening, will lorfelt 115.
ElGHTH—Persons commencing the evening
performance mast be rt ady at the time adver
tised in the Programme of the day; $ will be ex
acted for a failure to amply with this Tale, and.
$1 forfeit will be exacted from any perform°
who skall make an unnecessary stage watt during
NlNTH—Every Performer Is expected to ac
cept an encore when the bell is rung by the Stage
Manager. His decision is alone considered ne•
ceasary. Falling to comply incurs& forfeit of $5.
The Stage Manager and Ballet Master will
hand their weekly accounts of forfeits to the un.
dersigned on each Saturday evening •
W. 'C. SMYTHE.
The above rules are deemed sufficient to satisfy
the public that none but the
Best and Most Talented. Performers ,
Ever appear at the AMERWAN. • "
In Respectability, UNEQUALLED!
In Merit; SURPASSING !
In Orlginality, TRIUMPHANT!
• THIS EVENING,
A SPLENDID PROGRAMME,
Replete with the humors of
Under the direction of that *dig of Comedians.
13.11.713181 LT W. EAGAN,
And sided by the equally droll and inimitable ar.
MR. W. BLAIR. ,
NB. E. MORLEY,
MR. E. GARDNER,
,And others. In the Department of
THE NAMES 01P
MISS JENNIE neepapprair
Are respeetftilly submitted as Artists of the Bret
The great AMERICAN STAB COMIQUII,
MIL GUS WILLIAMS.
SIR. GUS WILLIAMS,
' MR. GUS WILLIAMS.
In his side splitting Comic Bongs, including the
ever popular • ' -
41 Kelser, Don't Yon Want to But a Doe*
DRAMATIC - COMPANY
Embracing the names of •
MR. F. A. TANNEIIILL, '
For many years the )eadlng Tragedian of 1:U0g
era House, Cincinnati; the Olympic Theatre,
ew York, and a number of our best southern
Theatres.). - . •
MISS CLARA . BROOK, .
I ... or. C g r i e lk d i krine and VOcilistt
MISS JiNNIE FOSTER.
Ml And a corps of first cills thh i tit E cTlMts. •
THE CORPS OrDANSEUSES
MESS JENNIE HAGAN
MUSS EMMA. MAHAR,
MISS MARIE DI nET,
- MISS .Ti PARKA,' _
31ISS h Err] E TOMAS,.
AND A FULL AND SUPERIOR
CORPS Dir. BALLET,
AU In all, the performances at
SMYTHE'S AMERICAN `THEATRE,
SMYTHE'S AMERICAN THEATRE,
SMYTHE'S AMERICAN THEATRE,
SMYTHE'S AMERICAN.. THEATRE,
Penn street. near St Clair,
Penn street. near St: Clair,
Penn street, near St. Clair
Penn street,. near St.
Surpass In Orleinal Merit, Respectability and
Any similar entertainment In Europe or
The Manager respectfully eolicit
and support of ih 'Amusement
of Pittsburgh, feeling satisfied t
tabament will prove worthy of It.
REMEMBER' AN EXCELLENT
Particular attention h call
GRAND: - OROH
Of the American. The musician
of the first merit. selected by t
MR. !RID TEO
The grand Piano Is under the
ME. NICHOLAS T,
The overtures of this Braes
an attractive feature In the Pr •
• MONDAY, Marsh 15th. new
Boxes S Admlselon d
Sae, 000. Tlie