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NATURE AND ART 13 EUROPE*
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Street Scenes—Equipages • and Dress
Crowned coachineu—The Prater—st.
Stephen% Cathedral—The cement°
Vaults—The: ritusuious . Dead--The
Picture Galleries. - • •
tCorrespon deuce of the the Pittsburgh Gesettei3
Vign.NA, March 8, 1888: ,
It is hard to know where to begin to
describe this splendid city. From the
moment you arrive in its superb - depot
(for beauty of architecture, size and com
pleteness of arrangement, far above
thing we have ever seen ) the., wonder
grows. • •
Dashing through the brilliantly lighted
streets, so wide that there are double road
ways for carriages, pedestrians and horse
men, you eross by a bridge, handsomely
adorned with statues, the. Danube canal,
and enter theoid city: - Here the streets
are narr ow,' brit you iee the same flee
buildings, ornamented .with statues and
balconies. 4 1'ffe . shop ylndows are more
brilliant than. In Pkris, the ladies' dresses
for bright color and' "richness of material
rival New' York, and . there Is the . same
air of *try' rush , and 'excitement that
catekeslrold of on this moment he enters
Broadway: ' The coachnien dniO furl;
ously, and in the noire* streets, some
without eidewalks, : you • are, startled., by
their peculiar, _, prolonged and, musical.,
cry, audit behooves yonto spring actively
for the - fLost•doorway.: Their skirts' are
clear if yen getrim over, - - for they have
given warning. Ito not knOw-whether•
they proseente•yen • if yon get run over
here, as,they do in Paris.
Why - do Americans so rave about Par.
is, and Say 'nothing of Vienna? It is not
so large, to be sure, but it is Paris itself;
only more* so . More show, more dash
and splendor' than we saw there,- and
surely moiatilanty; it is a positive de
light to walk the streets of a city, where
every few_steps you meet a beautiful face,.
odeliglitnet tasted before since niy last
walk dOwn . Fifth avenue. The Preach
women:dress exquisitely, but I really pity
them thit they have such poor materials
to work upon. ,
- One day we walked up and down "The
* Prater,',!: the•Bons do Bologna of Vienna;
there was the most:, splendid show, car
riages without numer, with liveried ser
vants, : coachmen in great .cocked hats,
and horses with gay trappings of leather
and brisk' ' The liVeries are , quite a few,.
tare of Vienna, being much more showy
than in, Perla The Empetor is fond of •
fast driving, and often drives himself rap
idly through the streets of the city, quite
unattended by, guards., I saw him one
'rainy day, in a little c3upe, all glass in
front, driving from within; six fleet but
small roan horses -flew alongat
a tearing 'trot,. 'While up and dartn..
bounced . two. bright • . yellow ' postil- .
ions with cocked hats trimmed
with silver lace. His Majesty's -rapid
drivinii":thust have been more agreeable
..to him" han ,totheir surely-shaken bones.
Behind the carriage was a small high seat
in which sat a solemn and gorgeous foot
man, in a bright ' yellow coat trimmed,
also, with silver lace, with: folded arms;
he seemed quite conscious of the exalted
state of having an Emperor for coachman.
The Ex-King of. Hanover, too, ,was
*Anted - out to . me. - His c oachman and
footman were lathe brightest
black cocked hats and with great collar
and toffs of fur trimming over almost to
their wrist and elbows. Before the doors
of the dwellings of the nobility yon see
moat wonderful creatures, tall fellows with •
cloth coats of all colors,.red, green,
and yellow, reaching to their heels, •
lined and trimmed over •with -fur,
cocked hats on their heads, and in their
hands long staves , bound with silver, and
' with a great silver knob on top. I have
never seen them do anything * or, say
Anything, and for what reason . they con
• sent to make a free monkey show of
themselves I cannot tell. _
To return to the Prater, many of the la
diesa left their canitigesand walked up and
t ; chatting - with ' acquaintances.
Their dresies Were magnificent, velvet
and satin,- of course, and just behind them
walked tall and solemn footmen carrying
shawls, stopped when they stopped, mov
ing when they moved, being kept as by
some invisible machinery just so far be
hind them. Over • the broad green lawn
near at hand dashed many horsemen, and
though the carriage horses are not as fine
as we see at home; the riding horses are
liner. But to my eyes. used to the easy
and graceful riding of our countrymen,
the universal and awkward English fdsh-r
ion of rising in the stirrup, with the body
leaning "far forward, was exceedingly
ugly, and gave an ides of pairirathef than
pleasure in the performance.
• Onetromes continually and unexpected
ly across statues, fountains and monu
ments: At every turn and from almost
every part of the city the lovely spire of
St. Stephen's Cathedral rises high over
the roofs. - That spire is famous for its
gradual elope from base to summit of 430
feet, and is . indeed a most exquisite and
noble . work. The interior, with its
. lofty r6of, borne aloft by eighteen great
pillars, each crusted thickly with niches
filled with statues, is very beautiful.; It
. is dark With the soft color of age; paint
ings, wood carvings and stone are all
toned down to a colt deep color that is
verybeautiful, while the windows of the
deep ehened, with .
.its fluted roof, are
filled with old glass • of very rich and
brilliant hue, giving exquisite _ toadies of
' Aloft and vivid color. The whole interior-
is being restored and cleaned, bringing
hack the light Original straw , color ;gibe
'stone, and a think • the artiste! effect will
be greatly impaired. Only one chapel is
iir.ished,ut the light color.; of the atone
throws, to fult - volief the, th wdy'gilding
And poo -
t ipictures with which ; all th e
Contine Cathedrals : are 'filled: --: , '
This moping we went into the Vault
of the Carmelite Church, where lie the
dead _nt, thelnipodsa ; family .:'; We bad
Some - trouble in finding the place, as the
doorway. that seemegthe right one was
crowded4ithbeggarsi ;It was the h.our
for distribudarloup- to. the -poor, and
ragged.women, of AVM,- yarkty ; with
any number of ,ragged babies hanging all
ahoutflie*,TePp Owning_ ent; ;seating_
themselves On the side-wade'. the 'Atwell'
eteps; , • - • erefitiitifie, indlreedilf • de?.
Touring : the' 'bowls • of! vegetable, ionp
handed theta:: Ode liettly.4kpecteti:lo"
enter. thaimperial viudts through a slum ,
of hungryLbeggerse.butone of: them goods
natureuty pointed out the way, and we,
went la__:' I !suppose' the - good fat little
Came. lite brother kept ni.willting Ise leillf
in hi s''Cold' halls' to ' finish ' his prayers
.iltit, at last he appeared, clothed in a neat
brown serge gown, with pointed hood,
knotted cord for girdle, and a queer lit
cover the tonsure,and tin this one:wender
ed. how on earth it stuck on I ". He had a
pleasant kind face, gray hair and a clear,
Vue eye, and greatly to our delight spoke'
pure German. We went down a long
!light of steps, our guide having ligi•ted
a lamp, We, dutifully went through
dark cell after cell, containing
the bones of Emperors so long
deed one could , not feel much in
terest. But at length we came to a well
lighted vaulted room, with frescoed walls,
and there in the midst was the great
Sarceplaw:is of Maiia Theresa and her
baloved husband Franz I. They lie side
by side; in the same tomb, it is of metal
—the guide said bronze, but it looked
mach morelike lead or. iron; profusely
ornamented with medallions in relief,
and full length. sitting figures at each cor
ner. Maria Theresa and her husband are
ieclining upon the top, not at full length,
but half sitting, leaning on one elbow,
looking 'in each other's faces as if easily
conversing. A small, flying figure of a
child• holds over their: heads a starry
crown. ~/Icross the foot of this splendid
tomb lies the unfortunate and unhappy
Joseph 11, in a sarcophagus of extreme
simplicity, perfectly plain, but for a
large, slightly-ralsed cross, and a small
marble tablet, bearing his name. He lies
alone, away from his equally unhappy
wiver, who have splendid tombs by
oach 'other on the other• side of the chain.
• Isabella; his first wife„ lies there, with
her two cldldren who died in infancy be.
side bet, and Josetihine, his second wife,
near Isabejla. She had no children. The
monk touched - Isabella's tomb 'and said,
",Toseph loved.helbut she loved not him;
Josephine loved him, but he 'loved' her
not," He paused and added, "That is
what we monks believe." One could
not but remember Miss Muhlbach's tra•
gic story of, his life, and however poor 'a
history it may be, I felt indebted to it for
the reality of my impressions of many ; of
the dead whale there.
'There lay also Napoleon's second wife
and his son, nothing 'left of that great
ambitious dream but a heap of dust!
Pointing to a tomb standing alone, and
covered with wreaths of immertellea,
scar& and ribbons, our guide said, "There
lies Va-Yiraliliau Emperor of Mexico."
It made my heart:beat faster...lo stand so
near to one so unfortunate; a •man whose
sad story would be told in history, and
who was yet a man of our own times. A
silver wreath lay at the foot, sent from
Mexico, and a large one at 'the head sent
by his peor wife. The ladies of the court
had covered it with wreaths, and I was
glad- that heTested with his ancestors
among thoie who loved him!.
Onr kindly guide seemed quite moved
as he spoke of him, but either to hide or
recover from his emotion he hastily blew
his nose and offered his snuffbox to a
lady accompanying us,_whci graciously
accepted the courtesy! She hag' evident
ly! an excellent friend of the little old
man and he helped her up the - stairs as .
galli;ntly as a mans& the world.
I have left butlittle space to speak of
the great.picture galleries, and none stall
to describe the many. great pictures, so
beautiful they tempt me constantly to
to rush oft in rhapsodies, but the arrange
ments here are so different from Dresden.
or indeed any other city I have yet seen,
that I must say something about them.
The Belvidere is a palace belonging to
the. Emperor, with handsome grounds
about it, lilted entirely, through- three.
stories, with pictures; freely exhibited to
the public two days in the week. Here,
for the first time, have I seen the Vene
tian school in its glory, and at last under
stand why Titian, Tintoretto and Paul
Veronese have names known over all the
Tim other great galleries belong
to ndblemeni and are also free to the pub
' lic on certain days. One of them is a col
lection of Archduke Albert's, consisting
of drawings and sketches- i there are one
hundred and fifty of R aphael's, among
them his original dra*ing for his great :
picture, of the Transfiguration; as many
more by Albert Darer and Rubens, and
many more equally curious and beautifill.
You enter a 'warm, light room, a gentle
manly man comes forward, learns what
you want, gives you a seat at a table, and
a servant in neat livery bringeyon the
great cases, looking like books, remov
ing one as soon as looked over, and re
placing it with another.
Prince " Litchbinstein's gallery contains
over 1,200 pictures, occupying a splendid
two-story building. A polite servant in
livery attends you, ready to give you In-.
formation, but never obtrusive. No fee
is charged, though you of course give
some small sum to the man .who has pa
tiently waited upon you for an hour or
more. One feels like a guest rather than
a stranger. 'This gallery has more first
class pictufes in proportion to the com
mon-place ones than any rhave yet seen.
Indeed, Vienna is so rich in works of art
that a week or ten days , is absolutely-ne
cessary to examine them, and nowhere
can one spend his time more charmingly.
• BRIEF TELEGRAMS.
—Pneumonia prevails to an alarming
extent in California;
—The Rutland, Vt., Incendiaries were
sentenced to thee. State' Prison for ten
—Two hundred and qAfty thousand
&area of government land were sold In
Ca.Ufokuis during March. /
—Au earthquke was felt with cough'.
arable form - on Thursday.
_ior Ban Jose,
Stockton and Petaluma, California.
-.Subscriptions to the amount of $.50,.
we have been made, In. New York, for a
Home fbr aged and Infirm Baptists. •
-.Nearly-the entire business portion of
Rodney, Miss., was destroyed by fire on
the night ef the Sist nit. Dash g2u0,000;
partially insured. • •
1-The Indians made a raid on
two hundred And thirtrmiles, south of
Salt reske.,..loEfisSurdsy, and captured ,
one htintirpd head of 'tacit. .
M. Clapp, the, recently', elected
P~fbliO ; Y;i4ter, tub slispesedAf his. own
and his smes Interset in; tho:Buithio
Press to Pfslaersi,.
;-Seneral-Buohananc has - relinquished
the cdntandof ithe - department of
glans to Gieneralldo*er, And the. district .
'of Lonisisnatt di.seentinttede -
Wehti itss:iiisunied` Stunt
mend id irginia, lindlane& an or ,
der reirist V atimr Golernor' Wallis. • CIL
-0 Jere Kaye een iecelisd,at Mort*.
nloitt pe r
of itl 'Or 'diem *orkmen end clerks
twenty per cent front issimonth's rated.'
`-• —A bill Inui been repotted in the New
York Legbdature imposing baby pensij
ties on sellers of lottery tickets, drawers
of lotterieb, or publishers of lottery
vertisements. ' ' 1
N' t e:4 `.
; : ' i MONDAt APRIL 5, "18(*.
POI 4 IMAL.
ligrrelkagillll/111NiVatt - Lt
WILLI EMI AL • 111113 WWW,
Wlll be a candidate tar the - *Mee of blieriff. sub.
ject to the decision of the 'Union Republican
County Coniehtien. tab9antia-d&I,
ITO THE CITIZENS OF AL
LEUEIHN Y CO ~11Tt : I r. spectfulli .
annow.ce myself as a canoldate for the office of
'LEXIE OF CollitTzt, subjuct to the decision of
the Untob Republican Coturtv Convention. I
would state that I ask the offi ce but for ONE.
TERM. at the termination 01 . which I w Uhl
cheerfully -retire. believing that there are others
equally entitled to the honor and anotuments of
the office. and as competent as myself 1 wilt be
• under obligations to the citizens of the esunty
for their support., Very reuoicitillv.
JO -EPH BRoWNR,
Late 102 d (old 13th,) and sth Pa. •Vol. Reg
arNOTICE IS 11E8E01 GIV
to all OWNERS OF DRAYS, C .
CARRIAGES. BUGGIES, do.. (whether re • eat
or non resident,) Li the City of .Plttsburg , to
pay their Licenses at this office NORTIIWIT in
accordance with an Act of Assembly app ed
March 30, 1881:1, and an ordinance of the • • na,
ells• of the, ulty of Pittsburgh, passed A • 10,
An Licenses not . paid on or 'before MAY 15,_
1889, will be placed in the hands of a pollee of
ficer for collecti o n, subject to a eolleetien foe of
50 mats, and all persons who neglect er refase
to take oat Licenses will be subject to a penalty
double the amount of the license, to be recovered
beibre the Mayor. •
Tke old metal plates of last year - must be re.
turned at the time Licenses are taken out, or 95
cents additienalwl)l be charged on each License.
BATES OF LICENSE:
Each one.horse - teldele 4 7.50
Each two. horse veniele 18 00
Each four horse vehicle 15.00
Etuiti two horse hack 13.90
- Omnibus and Timber Wheels drawn by two
horses, $lB.OO each. One dollar extra will be
charged for each additional horse used in any of
the above vehicles. A. J. COCHRAN,
fel2:44B:mwr • City Treat:mar.
arDOCTOR WHITTIER 00111-
NUE% TO TREAT ALL PRIVATE
Diseases. rypbilis in all its forms, Gonorrheal,
Oleet, etricture, to., completely eradicated.
That numerous class of cases resulting from self
fibuse, producing unmanliness, nervous deblll4.
Irritability. eruptions. seminal emissions, an d
flnall impoteucy.. permanently, cured.. Persons
hpelltate. intricate and ling stend.
hag constitutional complaints are politely inelted
to call for anndtation, which costa nothing,
Experience, th e _best of teethed'. has enabled
Lim to perfect remedies at once efficient, safe,
permanent, and which in most cases cm be used
without Idnorsuce to business. Ifedie.neepre
pared lathe establishment, which embraces of
fice, reception and waftinms; also, (warding
and sleeping apartments g
for roo patients requiring
da'ly personal attention, sad vapor and attend;
cal baths, thus coneentrating the famed mitered
springs. No matter who have fatted, state your
ease. Read what he laysin. his pamphlet of fifty
pages, sent to act addresafor two stamps. Thou
sands of eases treated - annually, at office and ail
over the totuttry. Onnsentetton free, personally
or by mall.. Qfilee No. 9 Wylie street, (near
Court Rouse) Pitoblirgh, Pa. Minn 8 A. W. to
&P. X. Sundays to di r. it. Pamphlet
sent to any address for two stamps..api
tarWORKIIOITSE:—Pre . Patois
win be•reeptn4 on or before APRIL
4th. for - a lIORIZONCAL FORTY.IIOR6F.
POWER •EPSINE, including boilers,
eettvered anti. pet itto 44 the ALLIGHERY
COUNTY' WORKHOUSE.- crowsal. to state
site of eyUnder. (Magna:lna of boters, and gen
eral ceetuattleitof errant.. Bits to- be telt at
the *face of BARB At 1110bER. Arritlteett, No. S
and 4 ninth (111,6 St: Ciatirt street
, , • • 171, 'FLEMING,
aitt=.ll4l2 '' S. BISzEt.L. 1 ""••••••
garatTCHELOWS HAUL DIM
Thu splendid Hair Dye Is the best in the world:
the only true and perfect Dye; hartedess, relia
ble, instantaneous; no disappointment; rV.
(Unions tints; renivdtos the 111 effects of bad
dyes; invigorates wol le.t.ves the Hair so ft and
beautiful. Mach or bro , ln. Sold by
and Perfunters; and properly' applied at Batche
lor, Wig - Becton-, No. 16 Bond street. New
York. . an22:028
Ier'MARRIAGD AND GELIIIA.
_ CY.-r An Essay for nn r men on the crime
of Solitude, and the DLYEar.e.S. and ABUSES
sure meartsof .t3ent In sealed letter en
velopes. r tree of charge. Add , vet, Dr. J. !MAL-
I;int HOUGELEGN, As sociation. Ph
delphia. Pa... .littenl&T
UNITED STATES OF AIKRICA
Chartered by Special Art of Congress
• Approved July_ AS, MO.
aisre Of" - - --: 81.000,000.
PAID IN FULL.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING,
Where the galena business of the Company's
ranssetba. and towhich, a general corset
apondenee should be addressed. r.
OGARENIIR H. CLANK. President.
JAY 000E.E, Chairman *dance and Executive
Committee. • -
lIENUE D. COORS Vice President.
MUSSON W. neereLary and Actuary.
Sbis Cempany offers the following arissnrasec
It is a National until:tau. es entered gysiecial
get of COngrets. leev , •
It has apaid-up capttal of .1,000,000.
It rfferslow rates of premium. •
It lurnlshes lariat insurance thanother imin
pantos for the acme money.
tlt is definite and certain in its terms. ' • •
Its italicises's exempt Iron:ratted' mud.
There are„ao thuseasssary xestnotions in the
Exert policg habit, •
- melee I:n4 : be teken which pay to the insured
their full *moues, and return ail the premiums.
so that the insurance epsts Oily the haters's an,
the anthill payments.' -
rolicies he he - Alslen that 11 /11 Par to the I.-
mired, after a cedilla *ember of yearn, during
11111. as animal illoeuse Pfiefingentlit lb. amount
!.IfoMirestrwraa fn the ra t s policy.
charged for MIMS upon Utilises
Of tousles.. ,
• it Mara, sot tie trifdleideidir to policy-bold=
era, bat at so lows coat that, divldeads•will be im
passible. • - • -
Cheaters, Tairethete, aid folliartteidars grim
oa , application:ld the Bratetrefiled of the uosa
s of Ole " Aligs 00., VialittelP t e '
tiene7l•Allens ll •tOr rennsllynala and nibern
New ernes. • . , „
iAT,43OOiLE wratuni rtont 6) 0
for e wscei Yirgbilit ) District
Of Collanbiamtu West Virginia. , •
'111121;13';- IiIeVAT & CO.
4tpentiiike h rtglienf , •tiefiiiiri Butler,' 'Mercer
and Wsui ton count lee.
airmsjA Atl?.N T,ABR WAIITUD >a 111017
City, an Tonto : - ant aPPlioetions mom comps.
Sent parties' tor 'sash t gentles with Imitable en
derma:mut, should be addressed Tie, THE CM.
rA NT,g. e rsrum.. in their
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Boominums Emu ciannews
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FOR THE IrIZZA,IO7.
7, • • • •
SMITHSON't EMPORIUM ,
OS AND lIT FIFTH AirENI7E.
- Messrs. S. 8.. smerlisohr & Proprietors
' of the well known - blatataoih Auction lionse are
creating an excitement conseqtient upon• theat
rical of new , gooda. width are being sold at re -.
mark ably low prices. floods ofecery variety; the
finest sewed b.' ohs, the• most fashionable bal.
worul gaiters and anklet shoes slippers, le.,
blankets, Mum*.• clothe. casetmeres, ontlenr
and carpets. Call and examine. t rouble . to
show :goods. Ladles' misses' and children's
furs. at almost your own prices. Ali goods war
touted as represented: notil
OUSES , AND LARGE LOTS,
in Etna bOrougb, on MONDAY FTER
OV April sth, at 3 o'clock; o u the - preinlaes,
In Etna borough, formerly Stewartstown. will be
sold that valuable Improved pi °peril tit nate at
the Junction ot 9ridge street with ttie Freeport
and Tim burgh road, hiving a /rent of 103 feet
on the Freeport road, and 95 feet in depth to
Strawberry ale,. 'I he Uiprovements are a new
two-story brick dwelling, with six rooms and
double cellar; a two-story .frame dwelling, with
two rooms and cellar; a neat two-story frame
dwelling, with hall. Eve mow.' finished attic
and cellar; and a two-story frame, with store
room, three chambers and cellar. Also, tie
doable lot In rear of the above, hiving .00 feet.
front on Eicansure street, and 100 feet. in depth
to. Strawberry alley, upon which are erected a
large slablA and a slaughter house.
Terms of-gale—One-half cash, t h e purchaser to
assents the present mortgage of 114,500 due
March 93d, 1871; balance in Ilk and twelve
Months, mith • interest, secured by bond. and
,mortgage OU the prem seg. . •
ap1:: A. McILKAIIII, Auctioneer.. .
oNSIGNEIDS SALE . IN. BANK.
lIIPTCY.-111 ACRES: IMPROVED, IN
trim . TOWNSHIP.- bATURDATML•UN
INO. April Me tMat 10 A. 11:,byorrIkr of John R.
Bailey. Assignee of. Win..ll. Ilsmiltan, a •Bank •
rupt,will be sold at Momenta Bales Rooms, 198
Bmititiel l street, 11 acres and 20 perches land
in McClure Tewnstdp,• Allegheny county Pa.,
adjoining lands of. John .P. Mall and Mrs. Han
man, upon which is a modern style frame dwel
ling of 9 reader, with, stable and other outhouses:
with grapes; of the best quality • and orchard of
large and small fruits, the whole under good
fence, making a handsome and desirable subur.
ONE ACRE of good land, suitable for
gardening. adjoining the above, and bordering
upon the ; Township - 9041d. The said real estate
being part of eleorg.e Draher's plan of lots.
Terms cash; sold free et liens. •
apl . A. McILW ADM. Auctioneer..
ITTSBURGILI GAS STOCK,
GRAIN' SPLEVATOB, TELEGRAPN.
LEGHIENY - CONINTY BONDS. •
TUEsDAY EVENING. April Bth. at 7%
O'clock. will be s 1i o second floor of COmtnes
aa sae. Room., 100 Smithfield street:.
as shares Pittsburgh Oas Co.; •
. 75 shares hionongsh.la Navigation Co.:
4 shares Pacific and Aglantio Telegraph;
23 shares Pittsburgh Grain Elevator; .
34 shares Central Transpor anon Co
44 000 AllegbenT Co. Compromise Bonds: s
ap3: A./ItILWAINE Auctioneer.
lIWNEAS OF. '
Drays, Waging, carts, , Itteks,
And. Every Description of Carriages,
ARE REQUIRED TO CALL AT THE
CITY TRELSIIBEE'S OFFICE
Take Out theii- Licenses
ON OE BETOBZ
THE FIRST DAY OF MAY NEXT.
For ea:tt and ;every Wagon, eart, Car. Dray,
Buggy or Cartier.. drawn by one horse, the
of VI 00
each and every one of the above 'aimed Ye
hides, drawn by two horses, the sum orate 00
Tor eac h and e% ery one of the above named Ve •
Males, driewn by fon , ' horses, the sum or 4 MOO
Tor each and erect , Clack drawn by two horses:
the anm ofl.lll GO
For each and every Gmtibus and Timber Wheels.
drawn by Iwo horsey, the sum of 015 00^
For each additional horse attached to any of the
ab.ire named Wattles. the sum of 51 , 00
Szeriair 3. It shall be' the duty of all "Ldvell
fitabic keepers tn said city, to make a return tor°.
US City 'l'reasraser,sitliblu twenty days alter the
passage of Olt Ordinance', and an gaily there
after. on or before . the tat day of May of each
and every year, of the number of Vehicles of ev
ery description. owned and used by them in their
business. and the kind thereof. and the same re- 7
turn shall be made under oath.
Sze. 4. All owners of Carts, Drays, Wagons,
and other Vett totes, who strait n•glect or refuse
to proem*, a license as *foretold; isnall cent . t
to a penalty of not less than sew per for
Ivery thirty days the sam.ll , llllditt Stipaill after
the lit day of slay o. tonteae... All Livery
stab e Keepers faillnir to mate 'IDS - iisturnve.
mitred in the 3il Section of this otillnance' shit%
la addition to the foregrdng. be subject to a PlM
alty of not exceeding fif y dollars, all of which
DeWitt', shall be recovered before the Mayor, or
one of the Aldermen of said city.' by summary
corryletio; t o nsd it shall be Ur. duty of the Chief
of Police eek oat all persons who have tailed
to comply with any of the provistons °Obis Or
&mince and report the same to the Cltrriessur.
er. for which service he shall receive the mem of
iSay cents intact' ease. to be taxed and collected
raped of tne coats, upon conviction as aforesaid.,.
The penalties for non.conipi lance with the or
dimities will be strictly enforced after .he above
date. lr. hi ACP AItRON,
ALLIOMIXT CITY April 1, 1569. , ap2:113
ANTHRACITE COAL 1.
THE BRADDOCKS FIELD 3
Gas. Coal Company
Has this day been appOinted BOLE AGENTS for
rt• estairgh and Allegheny Mites and suirounding
towns for the 'minor tike Coal of he Pennsylva
nia and Ohio Anthracite Coal and Transports,-
lion Company. .
parties In want of a superior quail , y of Anthra
cite Coal from Eastern Mines. wlti do well to call
General Mike and Yard—CORNER OT AN
DEMON ST. and 1.. Pt. W. s .O• It. It., Ana
B anch Once and Yard—LlßEßT7,.opposite
SIXTItir NTH STREET. Pittsburgh.
Postoillee Address, Hoz 557 Pittsburgh.
J. D. , MAHON, - • •
Superintendent Prune & Ohio Anthracite
Coal and Traniportation Co.,
No. 114 FOURTH AVENUE, Pittsburgh.
TAGGART & SIMEN.
. Spring and Summer
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS,
WHOLIMALX AND BET/44,
NO. 129 .FEDERAL STREET,
Gleam e canoe:ire tObvlnted of the I:terabit
1 1: 1 11 1 :11 ZIA eglt 4 1 41377.:,? irucle at the
lowest prices. - • 4
BOOTS AND SHOES RADE TO ORDER.
imistra ' '
The undersigned have this day termed s'io
partnership nutter the name and • "
•i;T BHLLEUB di dO.,
" • pro •
wiliton"_t v e
.J , L•4/
wire- bi t We*
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MURAL - 1,111 - .I.NSLIIANCE CO,
. * oppelin.sylvania.
Office, 75. Federal St., Allegheny City.
Hon. JAMES L. (MADAM,
Rev. - J. B. CLARK. D. D.,
Capt. R. ROBINSON.
Rev. A. K. BELL. D.D.4
Rev. S. R. l'• E BIT. u. U.. .
W. A. REED. C.:shier Allegheny Trust Co.
JACOB RUSH. Real Est.te Apent,
SIMON DRUM, 'Mayor of Allegheny,
O. W. BE NN X., getter,
A. S. BELL. Attorney at-Law.
IL L. PATTERSON, Lumber Ifferchlult,
D. WOOER, Insurance Agent.
Capt. ROBT. ROBIN*ON, President,
Rev. J. B. CLARK, D. D., Vice President,
JACOB RUSH, Secretary,
C. W. BENNY, Treasurer.
M. W. WHAT, MEDICAL ADVISED.
DANIEL SWOGER, fien 9 l Agent.
This is a tome company. conducted on the mutual
principle, each policy holder receiving an equal
share of the profits• of the Company. Policies
will be issued on all the different plans of Life
Insurance, and being conducted on an economi
cal basis will afford a safe investment to each
girl tol holder,
ttin r : h iTid re n stteri4l. t he
he money at
No. 22 Fifth Avenue. Second ,Fleur,
• - PITTSBURGH, PA.
Capitol All Paid Up.
• DIRECTORS. -
N. J. Insley, IL W.oliver, Jr, I CapLM.Bailey,
Bang Wallace, M. Hartman. A. Chambers,.
Jake Hill. •' K•Clurk.n. Jas. M. Salley.
'Thomas Smith, JlM.S.Willeck, ,
RoNERr R. Simi, President..
JNO. F. JEN R INGS, Flee President.
JOS. T. JOHNSTON, Secretary.
Capt. R. J. GRACE, Gen , ' Agent.
Insures on liberal Terms on all Fire
and Marine Risks.
Clffice• .No: 424 PENN ST,
(IN NATIONAL TatifiT co. smiansa.)
Robt. Dickson, 11.0. c, Liddell, W. •J. Friday.
G. Media, C. Nan Buren, P. Kirsch,
Z. H. Myers, . G anrwisch, Chris. Siebert
1.. J. Blanchard, J. Weisser, P. Sebildeeker .
.DICI I4 7B I A
, BORT.J. GEIER. TV
fel9: J. J. ALBIETZ. Bezre
INSURANCE COMPANY OF PITTTSBUREIN
oITICE. No. 1111,11 WOOD STREET, BANK
01/ COMMERCE ' , BUILDING.
This Is a lietb• ‘. ool •Plity, and Ileums against
wag by Fire exclusively.
LEONARD WALTER , President.
C. C. Bo Vice Vice president.
' BOBEET FATEICE, Treasurer.
HUB EI WE NNYY Secretary. . ' •
• .' Dtax.exoßs: ,
Leoaard Walter, eiternWlMOT4
C. O. Boyle, _ Geo. W. Evans,
Robert_ratrica.. J. C. Lamm,
Jame Fainter,. * . .1. C. Planer,
Jonah King,. - . John Voegtley,
Jas. H . Rowans, ' A. Amnion.
Mawr Sproul. ' . IS:
AGAINST LOSSeBT MAIL
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO. OF PHILADELPHIA
OFFICE. 431 it*STCHESTITIn 87.,ncar ern
. 1 DMZOTOBB.
Charles X. Boucher, Mordecai H. Louis
Tobias Wagner, David S. Brown,
DasinelDrant,_ Isaac Lea,
aids George dwa t6I I IVPI. • Erd C. Dale,
r ue thw waen rates.
.11.: BAN B, President. •
- = W.. 1 : DAL& Vice President.
. c. STELE. Searetary.wro Sims.
J. GAUDYEB. COVlrtii. Avert,
North West corner Third and Wood =vets
B o lWritamiLut •
OF ALLEOHEICK, PA.
°lnca IN !FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK
. ' BUILDINGS,
No. 41 obi° st., Alleghen3►.
. SONIC OOMPANY, rhansitsd hy Director*
web =own to the comitraity, who trust try Air
deatthe to melt a share of your patronage.
MINIM IRWIN -
OW. D. DIDDLE......
Henry_ Win, D. L. Patterson, Wm GoOPer.
Geo. H . Riddle, !Jacob Proms. Gottlelb Yllllll,
_Simon Dram,' J. B. Smith. Jacob Hash
W. H. Stewart, Ch. PeWhiston, Joseph Craig,
Joe. Lauttiar., H. J. Zinkand, Jere. Koher,
INSURANCE C 0..,
• • - ox , LONDON. •
ESTABLISHED 1903. CASH CAPITAIs PAID
UP AND INVESTED FUNDS EXCEED.
• weige,ooo,ooo IN GOLD,
Insurance against Tire effected on Houses and
Buildings cloods, Wares and Merchandise,
Blesaiboain. Pollees issued payable in gold
or correnc tar United States Branch °Mee,
40 PINE itrr, New York.;
All losses of the Hulled tltates Munch will be
adjusted In New, York.
! PTPIBBITEGH, PA.
Office, 67 FOURTH STREET.
MB. MoLAUGHLIN a also Agent for the Man
hattan Life Inm:trance Company. 50:v72
Ivy:STERN INSURANCE COW ,
ANY OP PITTI3I3BROH.
LEXANDER WHIIOM, PreSident. .
__._P. HERBERT.' woman. .•. •• •
CAPT. GEOR G E NESLl4elesseval Agent.
Chloe, lai Water sheet, Bpsuigils CO. , s Wire.
house, up stales, Pitts h. - •
Will lame wing AR nds of Tire and Ma
sins Risks. A home institution, assuaged by Dl
rectos, who are well known to the community,
sad who ars determined by promptness and liber
ality to =WWII Ike character which they have
assumed. as offering the best protection to Mamie
who desire to twassured. • • •
nisEBB7118: • ..
"Alexander Nimick. •• • Jens B.
R. lelllcs,..Jr., .Cbas..7.l9 rs
James leesuiey. William ans.
• Alexander Bpser. , • , ;Nob Soklimidar.
r ---- -. Kumu: '
avid M. Loam • -
PEOPLE' INSVItANOM CORI ,
riNr. • •
oririClE, IL IL 001Ungar*D £ Mill Bah
A Rinse ClealidirAtakidg Ere and KlLiil last g .,
•• . : , Dusicemun _. , '.,' - ; ~
i r 2 anvihlt. mtelph.._herds ,
,„ 0 . riltiMi_ , . -.. ii: i t o let t amtnielde::. ~
,ept. James Muss, :, . AnA,,,
~r acte7l lll. fe 1;14
mty 1 ! • Sanaa' rriiiii-
.• . , . PHILit 1404.
OH, it i ET ) . ic, d u itt../p
... 1 Apr: JAB . = i Sall Jlaeat.'
IttLELEGAIEICIFINS if: . ' E
aohteANT at Privirinnut : • - •
cE t No, suirra STRlXT,lartz.l3lMall.
Tames agalnet llllklisair. a Illvi:)ind Rubio
~,TORN =Writ:. e..'toieitleml.• ' ' •
'- Ti-f i HOSKIN N - Nrke •=deats
tariM. D na Agliii,
.tott imin t ir" mul i gi t:Tabseitook
T. J: ildekteem. • . , , : H."Zvetion,
' et. U. ii rt Robert H. Davie.
Ramey 1 ' 1 ' Francis Sellers,'
Charleii To, i . fIanNJ. , T. litoebliale.
riot. Wm. Dem' • T. ii. Nevin..
2;ooor B C„" °F , r " en
184.108.40.206. --Et I3TIC UNSON.
igROARRELS OF 1101101101
DILI4INOX2; a =mow
'(ANEW OPERA H01111136-,'"'"
'' ' w. -CALIONMNI:
Benefit of the popular nod ravorite actress.
Mrs. MARK LIATEIII.
For...bleb ocelie ion p rtnlotk of Sir. int•thei
or the Amer can Theatre he e, Itb:sted DASH
WOuD ntsTE hayh kin,ll vo tiotee, e a.
MONDAY EVENING, yrli sth, 1869, the
perfoitnanee will commence with
NIC ROLAS I P ICLEBY.
To be fo'lowed t,v rhakespeare's comedy of
n kTIIAItINE .AN rulT( MO.
Petruchio Mri:hlark. Bates.
Alter which the CeleDiated DAI - .11.W00L1
To conclude•witb the face of YAMIt Y &M.
TueslaT evenlug,berefit o 31r. and Mrs.VAN
igg'" J. MERCER LANGSTON,
Professor of Lily in the lloward University,
Washington Cita, D. C. at the earnedt
tion.of leading eitilens of both mtles,
Will Deliver a Lecture in the
. ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
On Tuesday Evening, Apt 6th, 1869.
*DXISSION, 50 CENTS.
Tickets sold at IL H. DAVIS' H. MINER'S.
C. MELIA/WS. S. A. 41L,AttreE & Co.
It Is hoped that the public wiltavart theou elves
of this, the only oopor nutty of hearing this able
and instractlirs Lawyer and_ eloquent. orator in
this city. aos gat
Iar'PITItafIURGH , THEATRE.
H. W. WILLIAMS. Lem* and Manson'.
THIS EVENIND, the great Londen'Sensation.
Miss ANNIE HINDLE: BIGNORITR. I OPER
and her troupe of JD Vittri6R.:ACI3OBATB.
Miss BL A NCB If ANLICY.. &Pile coccutror.A.
BuNZ ATI; . THOMA.I B 'Mr.- and
Mrs. EDWIN BLANCHARD. and all the btars.
Bee bills of the day. Ladies Me tune every Wed
nesday and - - Saturday. Admission - to Matinee
ggrituttiVELvs MUSEUM .
AND PARLOR IDENAGDIMI,
The Great Family Iteeorte.
FIFTH AVENUE. between. -6mithgleld and
Wood, streets, opposite Old Theatre.
fir Open Day_and -Evening, all the year round.
Admission. :as cents : Children. 16 cents.
far - FAHL -THE LADIES 0
ST. AGNES , CHURCH, SOHO. an- ,
non nee the opening cf RAND P AIR AT MIL- '
LEE'S HALL, correr of Pennsylvania Avenue
and Gist street, on • BIONDAX " RYENING,,
APRIL 6th.' Musk, Ice Creams and Refresh
ments and various attractions each night, to se
cure the ei 'vment of visitors.
IW'GRACE CHURCH •
A Concert will be given lb GRACE CHURCH.
Mt. Washington, fer the benefit of the Chinch.
on TUESDAY EVENING,'ApriI 6th. Tickets,
ASSIGNEE'S'S - ALE.
- 1 - 11PIJRSUANCIG Off'` ALIT
A. of the District Conn of thirDnite4., States
tor the Western District of Penneylittaill; Made
March 4.h. 1869. there will kits:exttated at fPnb.
11c Sale, st MeILWAINIC'e AUCTIDII „BOOMS,
la the City of I'lttaburgh, on" he
10th Day - of .Aprili.lB
At 10 o'clock tr., the foik:Wing deserlited Rea/
Estate. of JOSHUA BRODeEt. Banktept, sub•
leer however , to existing Itensotia......
Allthat lot of ground. situate Le the
ward of tie city of Allegheny; county of Alle
gheny , and State of Pennolvaada, bounded and
described as follows: Be4inting at a point 132
feet 3 Inches southwardly of Rebecca street, 14
inches westwardly from the line ii,tvidingent-lots
numbers 23 and 24 In the Reserve trio-opposite
Plt,sburgh: thence para Lei with said•line south
415 feet 3 incises to - Bank Lane,_• thence
along Bank Lane westwardly 192 feet °inches.
to line of land of J. ii. I. ndsay one II D.Whlp
ple; the , ce along said Lindsay . and Whiople's
line northwardly 442 feet '2 inches toe point
within 132 feet 3 inches of Bald jlebe.cca street:
thence north 68% d green east 205 feet 9 Inches
to the place of beginning.. -
A.so, a certainlnher'Lot or stele
of land, 14
inches in width and running srom Bank Lane to
within 132 feet 3 inches of Rebecca street afore
' sald along the eastern boundary of the lot of
ground above deacribed.and extending from said
eastwardly boundary to the dlvidin . line between
ont.lots numbers 23 and 24 aforesaid, less the
following described -piece of the above described
to-wltt All shat certain lot or plere of ground
beginning at a point at the line of property of
Joihua Ithodes on Bank Lane; thence arong the
line of sald.property of said Rhodes 941 feet to
a point; thence by a line 24 feet 4 inches to.
co ner of property of Lindsay and MeCtOcheont ,
thence by thelune of said Lindsay's:n.4 McOn' cheon
295 feet to Bank Lane; t.tutsee along Bank Lane 46
38 feet 5 inrhal to the place of beginning, on
which first and second described pieces:3f ground,
less the last described piece 4. f ground, is erected
&Large Brick Matt House. . •
. Also, all those two certain: lots of ground. situ
ate in the City of Pittsbnrgh,con. ty of allegheny
and state of Pennsylvania. bounded and de- .
earthed as follows: Beginninon Irwin street at
the dial ance os 188 feet 7 in ches from Duquesne.
Way; thence at tight angles with Irwin street
00 feet:. thence parallel with Irwin street 40
lest; thence at right angles with irwin street 60
feet to said. Irwin street; thence along the same
40 feet.to the place of beginning,' being lots
Numbell 3 and 4 in a plan of lots laid out by
Joshua Rhodes, recorded in Plan Book, vol.
W. msosicir, Askispee.
IPHAMP .COURT .BALE.-By
virtue of in order of the. Orphans , Court.
of Allegheny county, - datedAlfarch Stetb, 1869.
I will cell at public sale, on the premises, on
Saturday, April 17th, at 10, A. IL
A lot of ground fronting on the Monongahela,
River, In Elizabeth township, neir McKeesport,
containing abcut..fout and ope•half acres, with.
good Frame Dwelling, out build!' orchard.
&c., together with an-adjoining-lot-fronting on
the Townstup road sixty feet and Isktending back.
onb hundred and-twenty feet: all of rtdch is well.
improved. conditions made kno gu at gale:
mhZ:g3la TtivMAß PANN&YiDiaardlin.
jjiNIITED - rmtviirtmanitti:-
The undersignedAttre 16 Vied - Limited
arum- ship midi= the !Immune of IiEteARD &
ittlEnSON. 'for she - purpose 'of manufactuting
and selling Irertilisero And. more 'especially the
• 11IIRICKA PERTILIZER4r the manufactory
'and chief place °rigidness in the City of Pitts.
burgh. 'the beneral Partneri are. Whi. T.- SE
WARD and 11UYIIS H both resid
ing In the City of Pittsburgh. The Sp ecial Part
net is J. T. cosNotLy. who resides In tf e city
'of New York, and the amount -cn -Capital con
' Aributed by him to tne common stock.lo fifteen
thoumnd dol are in visit, • Tne Partnership 1:10.
gins the Bth day of 11.A.11CLW1.809 -•nd It will
"liEWA - um
J. T. CONNOLLY.
t Millen lath, - • 1
. . .
':100.1 1 ,1N9 - BIXTE T4A9 llB :'
Qualities ,. and --Oolors.
Particular attention SW* to lagnit Maio am&
r iv er r t e l: a t te tea:Tilden esaked p ! leea .
- lON 41E11111"
3lfo. 43 seventh Ay e j zpie,
WHAT EVERYONE NEEDS. •
That Will Blake Chola; Mead at a Lati Pried
Bare succeeded in stettlegthe hest Tlotir - at the
lowest price offered ie Aids , mulct tor the lest
ace Tout. They rylerraiii,s - ever y ",bedrelcto sive
entireil iltat t irail lu .,l, " Dt i r
gli fi ti l e e ti l t i , i se a
o n ei le jvaittage hat e v e,WlllTZ „Vilna. 11l
Br , trial ' : 'Rept' slily' cons on hard at sitelr.yrate 4 ;
Douse. 82i114814147 hilliSr.T.Plitsbargh,Tai,-