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-1 1 1:43341ukc of Ifontpenisier,hal!Volrn
gray,' 1.. , ,-.••- 'i • .
-the . Worrell sisters have qmatcled
(andlited. • ; •
-abhor/ ; Colenso has written a icip - i t
book pn the Pentateuch. ' ,
-The owner of Marehall Btown's pups,
returtis an income of 01,000,
-;Aufaiit;which perambulates Chicago;
has loot its' head-and no wonder.
I - 7 What a6rt of ham is most like an ill•
fitting waist-coat-A Westiailure.--.Am.
They say it With A. Oakey Hall who'
called :umiak doctorel_iPer, pf the. =ma
of Indies decay early, On , i4qiuit if;r4
swe:of their months4G'.' •
what . Bowers was play=
intin liouton last ,ireefs, Mrs. B. ought
not•Vritilo Bostonians. •
tit ' lisishie.breasted Waistcoats
have , '',ifippessred in New York, and •
are - . 4 o.o , *bligers of Spring.
—An alivertisement in an A.ustra!ian
Pairinites proposals - from clergymen
"for, ma two or more couples."
--The:Boston Post says "the velocipede_
mania *already on the wane." .130 it is
here—that Is if you call a bicycle a wain..
-A s nexehunge thinks the temperance
people should take Charge of the money ,
questiou; tue money *now so'-frequently
tight. - ..
—A Volume of smoke does not tweets
sal* apcompany all light rending, but
will if you turn the wick 4:Ynni:Oading
lamp too high up.
—Wasliington is to, ; iave a fine large
hotel.:for .colored people s , .We seppose
only tvihite- waltee and chambermaids
will be employed.
—The names of - 4e;:biide's•maids,
groontit,usen sah gentlemen ushers am
now Ind on the same card with those of
the bride and groom: •
—Magsachusettslager beer is not intosti.
„The Senate-bas &creed it, 'and
thosepersons who'indulge in the use of
that beverage thankfully acquiesce. ,
—One of the away troops of origLnal
Christy minstrels is, maw performing in
Soutif (l l4 t ica, wice it will probably
derive many new ' and original n •
anti:dashes. • '
4ePtiorth Dixon,', at the ,Dia
banqttht,said that 'As banquet is a very
nobit, pastime," and the Sorosis of New
York seem to agree with him as they
pass a great •deal of their time In that
—A. New York physician reports A
curious 'cilia of a dog, which had just
died, having-fresh blood pawed into the
carotid. The dead animal revived,
on his feet, wagged his tail and lived ov
twelve hours, when he died again.
—George Francis Train may get .
self' into trouble again. He recenti
called Adam (Eve's hnsbatidj a sn
a 3 several of that gentleman's descen -
nts are still living and may object to this
kind of aspersion of , one of their most re
nowned ancestors, George F. may 24
himself involved in a suit for slander of
-Francis W. Goddard, lately a captain
in a Rhode Island regimen; has written
a letter to little Senator Sprague, which
he closes with these words: "It remains
for me to pronounce you before 1 the
world, slat- with a full apprehension of
the words I use, a \ liar, a calumniator
. . , ,
and a rioltroon." When - se ' little re
mained to be said, we : Mb:110v; God-
dard might have finished it all • TV in 66
job. ; . • • ' 1
—On the 11* of April Mr. indictor., P.
0. Wales visited Sebasthicaand the.Abaa•
It is suggested that Mrs. , Wales might
have said' "Albert, what is the difference
between your royal mother and'this little
stream?" Being naturally polite, Albert
might have given it np, and then with
that indeicribable and bewitching little
air of triumph, which only a woman can
assume, his beloved sponse would have
said " because her Majesty is grandma as
well as ma, and this little stream is
—On Saturday we saw four policemen,
not, iii* the Strand, bat OILS' verypram.
anent street, the policemen were. hugely
enjoyiiii,tbe ;, troubloatiflaily In trent,
W ho? was laming, ahead to avoi
it .iarrchr which irsiiiiiiftv t
her. - -At iength,she,c4verateiY, .Z.,
into the etreti,'lnd theiohtiltdditd
laugh% wheeThewewer )" 1 4 Plalefil by, .
thus I t obising* ..thof tour gebtleinen ' d
of theiripawment. .Three, or four fine
looking fellows in aelatinifonnsiparad.
ing arm in anima the avenues; lei pretty:
sight, but the, neanatal ~ waged, would
have been hat-PertiellT rafirrtol if one of the
group had forted that' hanklay wheelbar
rarmo either into the street where se.
tielonied, or t'ollie station house, where emahirre been ,
have often spoken of this nuisance' be
fore, and: siokll probibly have to do so
alaila; as 'it Is condontly - forcing itself
upon oar notice.
• ; A Tzzaa paper observett . - "The price
Of Indian scalps has advanced sin the
netoribue outlaw • Glaiton - niade=ii ' con
tract'irith the authorities of Chihli huts
Mexico; to furnish them at 110 per • . ead,
and attempted to ring MericaDA iPs
,atat the - same price. - Worrell Buck y 4
, Botquo nounty c htlwritinif to,a, niter
pan,ot.Coralcana, says, a ßur Pr
slooohiPi been made uP or the sea of
each and - every Indian or thief kill n
Prayer by Telegraph.
The. Concord sage has suggested that
the electric wire is about to heumonize all
religions, and do away with- every ridic
.tious tradition.. It is to be the universal
medium by which , all creation may 'com
pare notes at once,
and out of the multi
tude of opinions bring , the correct one.
We have also • been told that love letter
telegraphing is quite popular England
and France; and one case is on record in
this country.where a whole 'cotirtaktip was
carried on in that way. But the most
peculiar and astounding
,phase of tele
graphic beneficence is the appeal whicha
correspondent of the /mono/ of the Tele
grok makes, that we may have "prayer
by telegraph." He_ proceeds at some
length to develop his idea, which is that
non-church goers alight be hit in this
way; and smitten to the heart. To pope
larize prayer' is his aim. Tee news.
paper, he thinks, should have an especial
, prayer column. Why - not ? Beecher,
under that system could pray, as well as
preach, 'not merely to lathe Plymouth
Church. congregation, but to the whole
Englieh 'Peaking world. Prayers could
not conscientiously be sold like sermons, •
they are; or ou,ght to, be; voluntary soul'
the range of the vulgar competitiork of
the religionspresa, and free as the water
iire,t ) 4 1 $7 8 PriNif‘aci qra B l9 its,Pob-
Pemisyivania Postmaster, Appointed.
Rimersburg, Clarion county—J. B.
Wick, vice R. Callahrin, removed.
Ball Creek, Mercer county—v. B. Wil-
Ban* vice R. B. Coulter, resigned.
Titusville Clearfield county—Jrl.9•Car
lisle, vice C: Weaver,• removed.
Wattsbmg, Erie cotatty-11.Vananden,
vice W.W. Davis, removed.
Prospect, Butler county—C. C. Belli.
van, vice J. K. Kennedy, resigned. •
Watsontown, Northumberland county
-. 1.• L. Wagner, vice Philip Shay, re
Angliwyck Rills, Huntingdon county
Peterson. vice W. Price, resigned-
Plummer, -Venaugo county—A. S.
Prather, vice W. Alden, removed.
Masontown, Fayette county—James
Bradley, vice Alex. Mack, removed.
Summer. Hill, Cambria county—John
Brown, vice J. D. Plummer, nmoved.
Martinsburg, Blair county—Sallie Sny
der. vice Lydia A. Gibbonay; removed.
Dudley, Hturtingdon county—john S.
Rainy,. vice Wm. Brown, removed.
H. Xennedy, vice E. P. Walker, re
East. Greene, Erie connty--Geo. Cor
bin, vice Smith Corbin, deceased.
McKeatt's Old Stand, Westmoreland
county—Mrs. M. N. Yont, vice Wm.
AN INCIDENT OF THE FLOOD IN ILL/.
IC - OIL-Mr Rouse and his wife, living on
the Rochester Road, near Sugar Creek,
came into the city on Sunday, last, but
owing to the severe rain storm remained
in the city until the next morning, leav
ing at home three children, one. or them a
young man of about sixteen .or eighteen
years of age. On Monday morning Mr.
Rouse started home r and on arriving in
the vicinity of his ..residence found that
his dwelling was surrounded , with water,
the creek having risen, rapidly during the
night." He succeeded in 'reaching his
hotule by swimmine his horse a portion of
the dietande across the bottom land. On
arriving at the house he found his chil
dna all safe, but very much frightened, .
being unable to escape from ,their
pleasant situation. Fftlingit unsafe to ,
remain in the house,, House,tore tip ,
the chamber floor ofitis Con
stru-cted a raft from the boards; and . on
this his fondly took pa aaaje , and forts,
nately landed safely on dry land.--
Bpripgftskl (11t)' Bepubldeao
be T n- I
oDraIZtaAtTEl R E NaALisY
S w v n e .
The criminal code of that country, adopted
in 1884, reduced the offences punished by
deithfrom 88 to a very few crimes, such
as murder and 'robbery with ;'violence.'
Besides, the - Judges can substitita penal
servitude for. hanging. Since 1868,
seven ,persons have. been eXcPfitted t .81
have been condemned to capital punish;
meat, and 285 to penal servitude for life.
No executions have taken place- during
the last two years, 'though a number of
persons are lying in' prison under sen
tence,of•death. The ob., ect in.not
'death warrants for:these convicts appears
to be a desire- to aseertaln whether public
security will be promoted by an abolition
of the death penaly before formally pass
lug a law to' that e ect.
Extextertory from <Eneland to the
United States, it is reporU l here.
after bisysternaticidty or d.
in g members of the Eng trade unions,
sided by liberal capitalists and politicians,
it is stated, have turned their attention'to
emigration as a means of relief for- the
Operstives. The spinners and miner* now
on a strike 4111 be aided to emigrate,
a eomitilttee of three or live W
of the /-
ing working tell are about coming to i thi
United *41044 9btain.l44mntion. and
On their *tint to to Englind
a Bureau of Emigration in London.
.71 , ... , :: , '.
, The oldesYthieltdOwt - to tati : *lige - is
the Great Dragon tree of Orotolni,' Ten
ail% Ifidth - wes blown down by's. btu
• rictane a few mouths since. 'lt . liras ' a
' Mataly uievieTenti or eighty ".feetlhigh,
D. 402, and -
fan early as." A. so. old :'-and
remarkalft a tree then as to excite partiO
' tiler noticejuld care for its • preservation.
When it wandedieled it wastelieved to
be not lees than '5,000 years old.. On the
banks-of. the 'Senegal river, in Africa,
there ate, or,Were i 1748, trees growing
silty or eighty feet 's WO, and some thirty
feet in diameter, which were estimated by
Adanson - the French .naturalist; to be
over 5,000 years old. They are known
as the Baobob, otAdansonia. The Eng
lish yew is another , Very long-lived tree.
T ere are numbers of these trees it Eng
faroanmdl,B4c°ootitano 3 11 ,000 111k,i itiri ere aa beiteled ..ik cy:
s tree in 4:*tice, .Ilietfico :which forty
feetiz i kheight, 118
14 t' llllll43 clrctilitt uredi :; "s 'and ,hicli. Shel-.
to ed semen de, Cones and his. follow
under its wide-sprepAng boughs alma .
. yearslearoldr2inids supposed to
n tltir w e 4 ' i rre
mammoth cypresses which stretch their
heads up 300 or .400 feet, and are believed
to be some, 8,000 years old! There are
many other trees, in differentp a r ts of the
world—single trees, famous in history,
and groups of' trees—as locusts and oaks,
and limes, elms, and pines,. ; nut trees of
different ;duds, olive . and orange trees,
etc.,' etc., which are either absolutely
known, or believed to be, all aloni from
350, 440, 516, 770, 780, 800, 900, 1,000,
and so on, unto 8,000 or more years old.
Boston Traveller. '
:Mai 8 TAM
WITTED- SUMS 'OF'AM:EItICA.
Obartered by SOloelal 'Atter Coagrm,
Approvss July' A 5, 1560.
- - 1.000,000.
iIIEtANCIEN . orpriem
FIRST NATIONAL'BANK BUILDING ,
When the amen' business nf the Comnany Is
transacted. and. to. which all general corset.
Pondenoe should Pe addranidat , . •
CLARENCE H. OLAR-jwar.
JAY COOKE. Chairman ea
HENRY D. COOKE. Vice President.
EMERSON - W. PIET, Secretary and Actuary.
This Companj offer, the following advantags:
It is a'National company.' et artvred a special
act of Coagress, 1886: • •
It has • paid-up capital of 81.0 00,000. .;
It offers low rates of premium.
It furbishes larger hist:ranee thin other eom
panies for the same money. •
It is delicate and certain *nits terms.
- Iti policies are exempt from attachment. -
There' are ho unnecessary restrintions in the
po E icies.
very polloy Is now:forfeitable.
Policies mty be taken which pay to the insured
their fail 'amount. and return all thegremintas:
PO that the. insurance unite Oal7 • the interest on
- the annul payments:
Policies may be taken' that will pay to the it -
cured, after a certain number of years. daring
:Be, an cannel Income of one•tenth the amount
named in the policy. • • •
No extra rate la for risks upon the livis
of i'aka. ,
It insures. not to pay dividends to pellY-hol d
ere, bnt at so tow 6 cost that dividends will be im
poasible.. • • -
Choulars, Pampldets, andfhll Particulars given
oa application ••to the Branch office of the Com-
Pao!, or t 9
w.-CLAE Pena 0.. Philadelphia.
'Gene:J.-Agents forsyfraala and BOnthern
New Jersey. • •
JA.T COOKE CO:. Washington. D.. 0..
_Delaware, Virginia, District.
of COlumbia and we:it'll:Kink.
nit A-11. NeVAY CO..
Agents far Allegheny.' Bearer, 'Butler, 'Karam
and Washington counties.
t Dir y LOVAL AGENIVABE 'WANTED in even
pi and Townt and applications -from comp&
- Seat-parties for melt agencies wjth
dorsement, aheuld be addresaed Ti) THE CON.
PANT'S GENNRA.L AGENTS ONLY. in their
respective districts. tah26:ltwdir
THE, ell- opERATivt,
. Of WsternPennsylvania.
OFFICE : 80. lti inithaeld St.,Plitsbnrgh,
and 1,111 Canon Bt., Birmingham.
• . DIRECTORS:
Oen. P. W. COLLIZIL ;ions D." ennnt,T,
ilon.Enwits H. 8r0w.% W. W. PATRICK, „-•, •
COI. E.. .i At Liras. Jos. WALTON. •
H. W. outing, JR.. "WM. ISANZWZLL I
ALNZILNDZE TINDLZ, C. WHARTON.
A. B. bTZYZNBOir , ,1. P. Omani.
B. A N l 7 O ll. Dr. O. J. W up?.
O. .11. 01131112311, • D. C. BIPLZT.
W. CoATICIRITTBAUGH. President.
A. AHMON,_Vice President. •
E. O. Secretary.
w. PA.TTERION' Actuary.
JOHN P. BEECH.'EFE: ?ensurer.
Hon JACK THUS7 lrkluitrlck; 'Hun. 11. H. Stowe.
Hon. Agnew Duff, 'Junes P. Zan.
John O. Scully, W. Sakewell,
oar. W. E. SteirenUrn, ut West Virginia.
This 1103 IE INSTITUTION la now jully organ.
lied, and claims that itipecnila , Co operative,
uyetem enables it to offer to Its patrons treater
EmnomtSlincolletty. •Equalltv, iMirrenience and
Liberal! , than can, be had with equal security,
in any otttter, and only - mike an intelligent
pinatas with the most Impulse Oompanbrs doing
,on the ordinary plan. apl4:NWr
A LLEGHENY C 01111214 es.
La. In the Court of Common Pleas, Jame Wag
ner, by her next friend vs. . Jelin A. Wagner.
No. 303, March Term. 11163.. Libel la Dl
And now, April 10th. 1809,. C. toirvaiy,
Rag. ' appointed Commissioner to take testlumM7
in this case, and ieport the same to the Court.
(From the Record.]
undersigned WALTER. Prothonotary.
The will attend to the duties of
the abov appointment at the OBee of H. C.
MACKRILL. No. 89 Grant street, on MON
DAY. Apr I Sloth; at la o'clock P. M. •
N THE DIMTUICT COURT 01IP'
THE UNITED STATEs, NOR THE . WEST.'
N DISTRICT 'OP PENNSYLVANIA.
CHARLES O. BALALE a . a Bankrupt, ander
the act of Congress of March Rd, 1807, havin'
applied for a alseharge from all Ms debts, abd
other claims provable under Mad Att, by order,
lione Court notice - la beretry given to another
who - hare' proved , their debts; and other
parsons thieve/tad. to *appear on the.loth day Or
MAY. 1889 at 10 o'clock A. It.. befOre:
JOHN N. ele, 'EsO.l Mighter An'
Raltkraptryi 11 NC Ile Pedeasaptetil
lleghatty Mit.; w,caingo, If arty tEay,
bro g whys os )12791:
this' sald min tarp: .• .11*.i m
gl e ilL..en. - thank 4 % 1 3.4.4 TA
Di ... 0 /path; tiO
and gwvigecltark- esbtAes-bertit
gore the said Regiate r, &SAY') la tutu
.gsgut. ,-0. v. mccov.rviqk
SEIPP - --- iltb CarkAp
1111171 r ,THE • ,i,
. ,n.. *UT PLUTO Allfp 92E424 ,
!lawmaker,'" Oold Imo] Piano,
I. , •
• tie 154:110MAgnont FIA7IO au an 'the
latest 'Valuable huprovements taunt .In the eau,
structlon of a lint (gaga Insuurnent. and bu al
*gre • bees E tiruded ' the - Vibram • tinnultun The
blbiled. Mitotic lo rUll, senorouactaireet. ne
workuutushwr darsbuiti add .' sumer
all others., a IffnetiSpu '9 ,lIIIIU. guarding
go style and 11,1 pp caper than ati other so
ul/saint demi Plano: ~,, ~.-u ,_, _., , ,
EST/tro_tiUMegi RO/LX , • .
littade st tbe 'head or ail reet e linugaminpi, In
produting the Instal pupa pl :quality- o sue
ant alailler /peuruument re kuniw States.
It le u* iota, lump/Las , epama a tt aa, and
not mute to mut of ora ~ ' • r
CIARMANTKO'b ' tATINTA, VOXinnflarii
191M01,0 , , La Onl,ttsubt,(Sund In- this Organ.
tuts, anv SO ITO% p4llplarahlued for live
-"' ' B.inna ItumalßlETTrat_____
• omit at BENJAMIN rIILPBEEts 'popular
b stud, 80. 45 Dlemoed Market, Otto.
bureb.-and et and
ahraer of Ofilo and Federal _
all kinds' or Elea end Lake 111 bT i t,
!teak ,00ditsb.,,Raddoek arok , EeLs, Abe, huge
gupAte of. Matte? Lake Meth kel_etsoq,; Saes.
Borten: months tied Idietelor :remit, 'which
enables us to pellet the lowest, itterkes.teices4
wholesale or retail. We levtte all tortes of
Fresh Flab to give as call, and we will war
theme treat. - Jams
trz , .!.%,z, 11 4; 0 1 1 J 1. .=
$27-70R-: : •. 4
itce=irlly 'wane" wyeeif a ainablata
.4dbleeito Ma' eases of ihe *gam,
italic= Pally; and If suooeseful• pledge Myself
10 devote slimy energy to an boaorable and faith.
dischazite:Of the ihttlimit.f . thee Mee. • -
apn:d&P. t, ' • A. 11. FLEMING;
• ' • .Tolniprig 110214.
Will be a eandldate •fo , SHERIFF. subject to
ni c r u. dettalori bf the 'Reptibilean County Colleen-
Of Pltteburia, subleet to the decision of the
Trolon "Republican Cogoty Convention.
I would reslisctiully ailnounce to the citlseniof
Allegheny counly that Ise be a ca , didate for
'the office of SHERI og, subject to the decision of
n e xt
tasnlagriiltat Depabllein County
•..ap2o:h7owlt (ado Township.
Mal" •AL IrASON.
otElLtabeth towaohip, Privateyeinn D '
-79th l'a. Vole.. will be Candidate [the all e
2 . lBl lERlFFaublectk• the 4lecbsion o Union
Republican ConitantiOn: aoßch72DF
mutat a. 10111 RON,
• Wlll be a candidate for the OSee bf Sheriff, sub.
lect to the decisio n of the - I:Talon ^ &publican
county Convention. mh.26:09-dip,
ligirT e r COVW y 'TREASVII-
J. r..nrarmsTArr,.. • •
Mite Brevet Major LT. 8. V 015..) will bee eandl
ate for •enomtnation. subject o the decision of
the Beoublleah Cobb ty Cooventleo.
IarFOR COUNTY THRUMS-
col 6 J.' a 00113141XD.
of Elizabeth township, will bee candidate ftn•
the above office. bllhject so the decision of the
,Beputdican ConotyConvention. .
Will be &candidate for nomination to' she once
of /Warder for AllegLeny county. subject to the
decltion of the appfoaciling . & publican County
Convention. ' ap30:122
ll i tger t y . ,
a lr g
i f i rlj h r
Be lr t igh d f i gelgor
Battle. 5p27:114 D&F
ItarFOß REGISTER OF WILLS
SOBEPIT B. GRAY.
Subject to the decision of nye Republican County
'FOB CLERK OF COURTS,
borough. ykte Co. 1022
asittatillitpiratiutZetty td the
PTO.TIC CITIZENS OF AL.
LEGRENY COLNTY:' respectfully
annewiee myself as a candidate
the aloe of
MERE OF 4;;OURTS, subject decision of
wouldaton Republican County Conventio
state that I. ask the Mee but for ONE
TERM. at the termination of which I would
cheerfully retire, bellevibg that there. are others
°gawky entitled to the honor and emoluments of
Il e a ci eral l g t att i li nz oTe e n
(' citte u z i kr: l f f the i county
for their support: Very respectfUllr,
Late 10ild (old 13th,) and Stk Fa. Vol. Regt.
a"FOB C COUNTY COBIOOtti •
& caadklate .tbr cous_ty Connnlsstoner ,
iptbject. to the Of:chitin of the Union Republican
COuni y Convention.. ' • apEtttilt
lar/EPI • PAN CAN BE CLUED
friends *filleted are ear.
neatly solicited to fend for &Circular Letter ot
References and Testimonials. which. T u rk o r
vines the most skep_ticel of the nimbi Ms
dismay. Address vAtt BUREN LOC W.
liM. i 4 3543reat Joni* stseer, New York.
OrINADDIASIE AND CELIBA•
which create hilted)Ments to MARRIAGE, with
sure means of -relief: Bent la sealed letter en
geJtoses.- treegd Address, Dr. J. sit !T r;
Lim BOUGH/Dm. mowaid Association. Philo
This splendid Bair - Dye is the bestts the world:
the only true and Pelleol, Dye: hanaless, fella-
We, Instantaneou; no d i sappointment; no ri
diculous tints; 'remedies the ill effects of bad
dyes; invigorates: and leaves the Hair soft and
beautiful' Oka or b ro ws, Sold by all Druggists
andPerfr:meratand properly appned Batche
lore Nirte Factory, • Nci, 18 Bond street. New
Tort. • ardEtada.
arDOCIPOR WHITTIER CON
. T11417E 1 1 TO TREAT ALL PRIMATE
Diseases.. eyphillsn all Its forms, tionorrhees,
Glees, Li:rico:re, &c.. completely eradicated.
That numerous class of cases resulting from self
ablate, predating utunanliness, nervous death.",
!renal:llBY, eruptions , seminal emissions, and
finally Impotency, permanently cured. rations
afflicted wl,ti collexte. intricate and long stand
ing constitutional complaints are politely invited
to call for consultation, which costs nothin.
Experience, the best bf teaohers.' has enabled
him to perfeet remedies at once eMcient, safe,
permanent, and which lnmost-cases cut be used
without htnOrance tO Medic.nes pre,
pared in the establishment, which embraces ot
nce, reception and:waiting rooms; also, 4:warding
anu sleeping apartments for patients requiring 1
dagy personal attention. and vapor and chemi
cal baths. thus Concentrating the famed mineral
springs. No matter whO have failed. state your
case. head what he P aysln his pamphlet of tlity
Pages. sent to atm address for two stamps in seal
ed .envelope. Thoids of eases treated annu
ally, at office and a over the country. 'Consul
tation, tree, pe rson ally or by mail. Mace No,
Wylie ' stree (near Court House)) Pittsburgh,*
Ps, Noon 9 1. • It. 'au 8 r. Y. Sundays 151 Y.
to XT. Ilm i phlet spot to any address for two'
1 FRIDAY ,
• ; -114 0 1 . 10 0 4 or
WINES, .11111NDIES, GIN; &V,,
PURE • IttE
409 PENN STREET. •
Have • Removed to
•.. , •
Ca: tloventhiSt. (torznerlt
mops Ca & co"
NO, Sita*OS% /19%; 716$ Wad 1,5,
nen num, nrroptinsii.
..xiannr4o2thugg i OP • ,
6014)Oi 'WOO Taw RS' video
Staab Wlllte:l.Jule, t J or sale by
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' ./FrMatiWM* APT/ 1-30 . MOW • I
arNOTICEom-The • 'aisesanient
rtreiiii t ribi gri riy libr N e=w w : 41 4Z r f grx ifa t e p- 14
tlosi. and tan beaeen at tote °Hee until May lilts,
1869, when It will be raturnetto the Clty Trem
ont's °Zee for collection.
H. J. MOOSE,
• ' City Engineer.
rgr'ALTTESTIONS REPUBLI •
• !ADAMS ax.EZNTR WABD-.—A - nieet.
of the 16th ward be
beld in the'D.IMING HALL. at the upend of
/row CIO 'Park. on SATURDAY AVEN'I
May Ist; at.half-past.7 o'eloca. for '.the
of selecting six delegates to represent utem.in
the approaching COnventions.
By order of ,
ariao • WARD EX-COMBEETTEE.
'THE ANNUAL MEETING
of the'Stoekholdera of-the PAOLI:IC and At.
lantlo TelegrOb Company of the Milted States,
Air the eleettoti at a President and six Dlrectorr,
will be held se the Board of Trade Booms at
Burrs bulldlag . , Iroarth avenue,MAY 4th, at 10
A. • • EpwARD TAY ALLEN.
atrlll;h97 ;. • .•'; • Secretary.
First Annual Meeting of the Stockhold
ers of the "Pederal. Street and Pleasant Vallry
Passenger Railway Company," will be held at
Gray's Botel, , :torner of Jacon street and Ir.
win avenue. Second ward, Allenheny. on TUBS.,
DAY EVINING, May 4tll. at 7P. xi., for the
election of a Board of Directors, at which time
the Stockholders will reoslys.their certificates of
stock. By order of Board of Directors, -
• art22:lMs • 7 :14. M. CLAbIEr. Secretary. •
7 . l . B .llrlcitWAVltirrAnnis A 8ei8601178 OPP/CB,
.I , l,resstrzcar, April 210th,' 1869.
ligr/VOT/CE.--1 WILL HEAR
and determine at this office, until the
'AY 01 MAY NEXT, all appeals rein
tiveio any erroneous or excessive valuations of
any utessments made by- Assistant Assessors
In their returns ot the annual lists.
Assessor 2.2 d District. Pa.
FT.WAIrriZ kenicAtio B.R. Co.,
P H A., March 6817RG PA. X* MOW.
ar1 11 111E; BOARD OF DIREC
TORS'OF THIS COMPANY ( have de•
dared the regular Qtiari erly Dividend No. 511.)
of two and one-heif per cent. free of Govern.
mention, on the capital stock, for the Quarter
ending Match alst; pavable on and after Mt/A
-n/IPA April XT. - proximo. at the office of Wins.
low, Lanier & Co. • No. , X 7 Pine street, to those
registered. at New York, and at the once of the
Treasurer, to those registeresl at Pittsburgh.
The • Transf.r Books will close on , Monday.
April LS. at A P. N., andre-open Tuesday, April
27, at SO A. 4. . . •
7.1 M. rivrcinxsorr,
ecre , ary..
Ptrsuant to in Set of Aosembly, approved
thellOth of March, 1889, entitled ..an act relat
ing to Interment* In Trinity Church-yard. Pitts
'burgh, Public Notice is hereby given of the in-
Untlon of the minister. wardens and vestry of
Trinity (Episcopal) Church. after the , 10th- of
MAY, proximo. to use a part of the grave
Frond belonging to or, connected with said
church, as sites for new erections of Church and
Chapel And for grades, and that Weorrs. JOHN
H. SHOENBERGER. , JAMES M . COOPER.
CALVIN ADAMS and JOaIAH XING, of the
vestry have beeriappointod a Committee to con
fer an d arrange ,wit h the friends and, relatlveri of.
all persons buried In the ground required for the
purposes set forth In the act of Assembly afore
said, thr their retention under the new buildings.
or removal to other parts of the lot or to one of
the rural cemeteries. One or more of the. Com •
mittee may be found at the vestry room of the
church at 8 to b o'clock P. PI., on every WED-
IitSDAY and SATURDAY until the Ifith of
MAY, at wh'ch time and place parties Interested
will please call. •
Ilyorder.of thoyestry. •
' • JOSIAH KIMO,
IA A w
• PUILADaI. ITR PutA_, A April 2, 1869.
To . THE' STOCKIJOLDERS OF THE •PENN
SYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY.
All Stockholders, as reentered on the Books of
this Company on the 30th day of April. 1869.
will be entitled to subscrioe for TWENTT-EtYlt
PER CENT. of their respective Interests In New
Stock, at_p sr. as follows.
First. Fifty per cent. at the time of subscrip-
Mon, between the lath • day of May, - 1809; and
the 30thday or :7une: 1889. , • •
Second. Fifty ,per cent. between the lath 4.9
of Nov_embe'r, l e B 9. add the 31st day of Decem-,
ber.-• IMO; or, It Stockholders should prefer, the
whole lunount may be paid up at the trowel sub.
scription. and each Ituitalment so psi(' up .pall be
entitled to 'wpm rata of toe Div dead that may
be declared oa fan shares.
Third. Thet every St cktiolder holding less
than four shares, shin be entitled to subscribe
for one share; and those holding more than a
multiple of four shares shall be entitled to sub.
scribd for an additional share.
"burn.. AU shares upon which Instalments are
yet to be paid under Resolution of May 13,
1808, will In entitled to their allotment of he
Twenty-dive per cent. at par, as though they
were_paid in full,
apls:hel THOMAS T. FIRTH, Treasurer.
iIarNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to all OWNERS OP DRAYS, CARTS.
CAMAGIEB.IIO9OIIBB, de., (whether resident
or non resident,) la the City of Pittsburgh, to
DAY their licenses at this otticezonynWrrit, in
accordance with 'an Act of Assembly approved
March 80, 1880, and an Ordinance of the Coon
clis of the City Of . Pittsburgh, passed Aprlll6,
All Licenses not paid on or before MAT 15,
1569, will be placed le the hands of a police of
ficer for collection, subject to acollection fee of
50 Cents, and all persons who neglect or refuse
to take out Licenses will be subject to a penalty
doable the amount of the license, to be recovered
before the Mayor:.
' The old metal .plates of last year must be re.
turned at the time Licenses are taken out, or 95
tents additional will be charged on each License.
BATES OF LICENSE:
Each one horse vehicle • 7.50
Each two horse ventcle 19.00
Each four horse 'vehicle 15.00
Each two horse back 15.00
Omnibus and Timber Wheels drawn by two
horses. 00 each. One dollar extra will be
charged for each additional horse used In any of
the above vehicles. - A.. 1. COC/IRAN,
fe12:e48:1017 ; City Treasurer.
THE'PEOP:LES , SAVINGS
HAS REMOVED:TEMPORARILY TO
No. 81. .foierth daenue,
Immediately apnea:die to its tinnier location,where
It 'will remain until the date Denosit Company
Building is oompleted when the B.nk will then
be iodated in that building.
S. F. VON IiONNRORIST,
rIII4SECRETARY AND TREASURER .
Z. M. GAZZAM,
Attorney-st• Lass. luss'neatoved al, once to No
es Firm AV NUB.
TO 111111;.DVIttit I ' •
InP• 090 . feet: Dry Pine Boards., -
.1.100 het 111 Inch Clear PLank:
715,000 feet 14 Mon Common Plank: '
515,000 feet Dry‘knad A inch Oak:
515,000 ft. Ig, 3. iiudainchrotau:
10.000,..W-Or t PO tar Reantllng:
10.1000 (Set Dry Yello w Pine Boards; ,
100,000 feet 'Hemlock Sc,ntitnr.
803.4101) feet 80, I le Luck saginall,Skin•
- . • '• Met,
4 0 0. ' ' NO. V 116-hich BhiniOes. linWed:
50,0 ' ' No. I lehduch Shingles,. 'navel;
• • 110i0 ' 0 Pare Btlok: • -
$.900 lize tile.
-" • '
s? .e obi wareCia
7: , , • -
A 150,.. killi, r.umber, Loonst• and , Cedar
Pests. em Ali attunes in the line on hand and for
Vie b i f AJAIX&NBER PATTEIB:011. , Yards—
°. 1 I Rebecca street and corner of Pre :Se and
o h aggiuttr IP'"
Atz!.„.„......,,E4 r *11a Nlt INSIYMANCE
wit r OP PITTIMITROII.
No. TRUTH OTHRT.T, 'SANK Buhr".
..._. l u sTilthallilust <all kinds of Fire and /Karl=
!MTN, in.. President.
- - -T. J. HOSHINSoNVIee President.'
,-, o.' O.' D_ONNN,LlA...heeretary. •
CaPr. WK. IN . General A.tient.
. - ' Osherow:: -
itch Irwl a., 1 8.1.. !shiest**
T. J. linsini; , W. H. Xeerson, • ,
V. O. Hussey. , Robert'N. Da - vls;
Harvey Childs. ; Francis dollars,
Charles Hank rant. 1. • T. 8i°011411144
Haw. Wm. Husk T. H. Nevin.
:I - NEW OPERA. .1/OWBE.
I%e M. W. eartleina.
bfaminer takes pleasure w i t h
be hai made an engvement with •. ELL
ti..ER and Ds allEtt.nd their I. elebrated Panto
mime rouge for the pro:mahatma of ta. L. $0.2.1
Grand Fury Track Pantomime entitled,
Cominencitur MONDAY EVENING; May 3a,
eV. it will be presented with entire new gee..
nery and 13 , eine Surprise., Machinery.Trieks and
Traneformatlona, Properties. Decorations. de.
TONY DENIE It an GEO. A. DEANS as Pantaloon: HAUNT LES LIE as Harlequin;
III'LLE AHEM/LAM Columbine.
Matinee on Wednesday and 'Saturday After
W. WILLIAMS, Lessee an. . Man ager.
TO-MIGHT—Mks Annie Gibbons, Emma L loyd.
Sam. Collyer. J. W. McAndrews. Charter Gard
ner% and the Mammoth Company ln a new bill.
WEDNE•MAY—Benefit or J. W. MeAndrlws.
Ladles' Matinee every Wednesday and Satur
COMIMO--Jennle Engel and W. E. Cavanaph.
- WANTED-40 young lacks. Apply at the
AND PARLOR MENAGYDZIO,
'llia Great Family Betaarte.
713411 ..tiIaNITE, between engtldield and
Wood etreete, optiel z teAd Th a e l a i tT.
Adwlseloit. cen t s:
AT LAFAYETTE HALL .
DB. GLEASON, •
Will continue his celebrated course of admirable
popular Lectures every evening this week,as fol
lows: MONDAY EVENING,. on Digestion,
Causes and Cure of "G-neral Debility," etc.
TUESDAY EVENING. on the Heart, How to
"Eutich and purify on ,
N iDA Y E VENIN G on the Lungs, Causes and
Cure of. "Weak Lungs," etc. THURSDAY
EVENING, on the sraln and Nerves, Causer
and Care of Nervous Debility. etc. FRIDAY
EVENING, on the Organs of the Sense_ ,s Eye,
Ear. Note and Throat .lAATUBDA X EVEN.'
ING, on the Temperamen ts Anatomy of the Ha
mad Pace. Beauty of the Human Countenance,
Language of Expression. etc., splend:dv illus
trated with by far the finest collection of Ana
tomical motels and specimens ever seen in the
United States, costing over *25,000 in Paris.
Seats to the first Lecture free Regaining Lee. \
tures, admission 25 cents. myl
TO MISS AUGUSTA L. DAMSON:
The undersigned. entertaining a high regard
for your periunial wont' as an aocomHatted Lady,
co lean than for your widely reco ed abilities,
representing many of your trims fellow • board
ers and other elt . zens of Pitts pure respectfully
ask that3ou will give one. ormore • Pubffe Read-
Ines and Recitations in our city prior to your con
templated departure for the East.
In making timtrequest we' are actuated by a
profound respeolifilor your in ending among us as
well in public as in private. and we dent. e to ex
tend to our own citizens the same strarfeeatlon
and delight which nave attended your Itexdings
in neighbor.ng cities.
ripriDitinfiti, April 28, 1869 s
John B. McFadden, •S. B. Von Bonnhorst,
F. A Madeira. William RegaleY,"
.Wilson..llcCandless, Edward M. Yard,
Chas. A. Colton, H. L. B. Fetterman,
L. It. licAboy. J. M. Caldwell,
John IL Martin, Li...lw Lynch,
Robert 8. Davis, &tett. C. Loomis, . .
Thompstin Bell, ' Calvin Adam,
'Baal. P. 'Rots, C. D. Brigha,
A. A. Carrier. Econ. J. htoneyo
Jas. 11. D. Meeds. Jacob H . Walter.
C. Hanson Love, And many . others.
Josiah Ring, • -' '
• _ T. CuaIthEEMOI2L. • /
Prgraintunn, April 28th, 1889,
Dnan SIUs: Your kind Invitation tome to give
a Public Reading Is very complimentary, and I
shall be most happy to comply.
In furtherance of your wishes. I will name
THURSDAY EYENI3O, MAY 6TH,
AS the time, and the Academy of Mhalc as the
The Lecture Committee or the Young Mena
Mercantile Librery Association have kindly offer
ed to take the entertainment ander their special
auspices., wh'cli arrangement I am sure will
prove pleasing to you as it is flattering to me.
TO you lualvidually, and to the generous
lic of - Pittabureh permit me to pledge my utmost
itzfrtions on that occasion to merit your appro
sincerely your, ' AUGUSTA. L . DABGON.
To Measra. Jonn B. Mc traddetristi. A. Madeira,
C A. Colton. Von- endless. Hey.
L. R. AlcAboy. Johit.G. Mart
BY H. B. BKETBBOB
BOOTS, SHOES AND CARPETS
FOB THE MIL ZION.
"sa &ND av rurTHAvstruz.
Messn. H. B. SMETHSON &COO., proprietors
or the well known Mammoth Anotion Moose are
creating an excitement consequent upon the ar
rival or new goods which are being sold at re-
Markably low rice . Hoods ofev_ my variety; the
finest sewed , boots, the most rsobionablis bal.
moral "Item and anklet shoes, slippers, ac..
blankets, flannels, cloths. csasimeres, cutlery
and carpets. Call and examine. No trouble to
show goods. Ladles', misses' and children's
firs at almost your own prices. All goods war
ranted as renresented. uort
MALT ROUSEAT AUCTION ,
ON THURSDAY,_ MAY 6,
At 10 o'clock A, at., will be sold on the premises
The New Malt House No 5 Penn St.
• • ,
Having a capailts of abont twelve hundred bush
els per week. - The attention or purchasers is
earnestly invited to the above Valuable property.
ft being one or the most substantial buildings of
the kind In this country, and having all modern
imprbvemente. Tbe above Malt House Islyelt
on leased property, having 7 years to run from
April Ist, 1800, a; the annual rent 014848,00.
Parties desiring to examine the preises, or
wanting further I n will call i t the of
fice or. W. H. GARRARD & CO.. corner of Penn
and Water streets.
• • I r Rat.MIS AT SAIL - m.
' ALso—At same thee and place, 3V7agons. Lot
Elarn,aa, Malt Shovels: Waterier Cane, 3 P'at
form Scales. 1 Pair Small Scale., 1 Office bate, Al
Desk,. 1 Letter Press, .11. clock.
Abso—di lot of Malt and H ops , and a large lot
of emote Backe. ,
H. B. 101 11T101031 it. 00.. Anc , rs.
• • • BT e. lIII.W.UNS •
coum 0.--7131.8 D AY B.VotbitNis. Way
t at 8 oleo L. by order of .1. M. KitIiTNEDY
abe nd W. A. LEWIS. Asthma. In dankroptcy, silt
sold on second door of Commercial. dales
Rooms, 100 endtbtleid street. the 'Bony ae"
Umtata al A. ft. NoltlttEr„ sinountles to '1 9 , 0 00•
PEARL MILL FAMILY FLOUR,
PNARL KILL Tbsee Star erten Brand, "lug to
FRENCH FAMILY FLOUR.
c TWA Mont , onti eget out when esp.
PEARL JEW/ AILVENIAND, - •
• • *oleo beet. St. LODI'.
PEA TILL _
Ikea to best Ohio Floor:
SnEtITE DORN ILVOIN AND CORN HEAL.
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Aileabesm !tot. Y. l PeAnt. 1111. t..