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.v ij Its fel, beautiful and sometimes Ben.
Ai I I i lit ME timental; where the - iimsg men. worn
panted by the ladles oftteli choice, parade
~ , „,
troi---. 4 the streetkfroin morning to night and
./, like p u i4, nrith . -' - tes ; then retire to some public ball where they
4noilt t p' A y . ' "amnion night till broad daSlialit
henWthil ores Idieda - red glom y
t Int.,stialladtajetne ' ' ' '
Av'hich taisometimes e case.-„-the hotels
'Wh • lied altarta met heavy . ~
Our soldiers left their !fumes, though thed— are largely occupied and even the market
'Twee on the eabbath. houses used as a shelter, where the festive
By the camp-fire's noddy light
amusements go on in spite of the pelting
On the sleepless bivouac, .
-,la_hagattlen ngahadelsof night, rain. White dresses and. embroidered
--I.rreolutent ate hard tack—
skirts, at such times, are sadly dealt with,
I I 9Cr ; I lia,th° Sabbath.
but it matters little to the owners of them.
In a h ..ragnionfoht, of battle, -
n nerei tmenation'llate was wrought, who cannot be .restrained, in; least by
hy the muaket , s A arful rattle , by any such supernhmdry Vsitatins.
Bravo/ A Our soldiers fought—
Whit-Monday Is usually 6 great day and
rn O a n nh t mi tte Sabbath .
so it ought to be, for the young men work
Youthful at ength
• When tam, ra,veas beans were tried, better during the season of corn and hay
In the grand and awful time,
and harvest by inaugurating its advent
Bravely our soldiers died—
with those congenial amusements which
._ on the Sabbath ,
With sadde ed hearts
tearful eye,. lighten the heart, dissipate care and de..
w..t..1 around the open graves,
rate the soul above the clouds and \ sor ,
•, And bend t le sighs of mounting rise,
For oaf fa len soldier braves— rows of li re.' ,
` On the Sabbath.
When (Ite *pretense broire at last, •
And the hour of peace was nigh,
-Looting at.the gloomy Past
We thanked the God that rased on high—
tnt the nabbant.
In the glorious spring time.
In the beauteous matth of May,
In every state, in every aims,
Keep sacred decoration dai
On the Sabbath.
rtrrsnunaix. May 12, Isis.
- WE sum hear accounts of mad dogs
• being killed in all parts of the State.
CusEnseriam and East Brady's Bend
in , Clarion, , county, have applied to the
• courts far right to consolidate into a bor
ough' to be called Brady Borough.
-- " ,THE W rights ville,rii York
says the season hati been a most favorable
on e for lumbermen, theriver havingbeen
. in good rafting order, with but short in
. terruptione, for the past two months.
Tire Crawford Journal says that just
as the canal is open and everything ready
for the spring business, the coal diggers
haVe gone out on a strike. The Journal
.• had no particulars, but supposes that all
, _ tha diggers in the Bhenango Valley are in
. - •
- A• STABLE containing horse, cow and
- other live stock, with a sleigh, wagon,
etc., was consumed by fire, on Tuesday
morning, in Altoona, and several neigh
boring buildings were more or less dam
aged. This is very little fire for one
r week in Altoona, but, as usual, it was in
• . Soma two weeks since, a little child of
John Rhoads, aged sixteen months,walk
ed up to a table on which a cup of hot
coffee had been poured out, and pulled it
over on herself, severelysealding her arm
and breast. She suffered severely, for
three days, when death came to her re
lief Mr. Rhoads resides in Cumberland
Ten family of Nicholas Rowe, of Gib
son township, Susquehanna county,-wa s
- - poisoned last week by some soda, bought
-. at auction . ; which proved to be badly
. " adulterated with sugar of lead. All of
the family recovered but one little boy of
two years, end he'Aietl. The soda had
s beatia use, in the - merino of .buckwheat
cakes, for some time,.and'each time the
cakes were eaten disa greeable effects were
noticed but poison was not thought of.
A rEw days since Mrs. Alfred Beans,
of Northampton, left Siet - me to go in
the milk vault, and on returning found a
huge black snake, nearly five feet in
11 length, •in the cradle with the babe, a few
months old. Mrs. Beans immediately
grasped the child by its head and drew it
from the cradle while the snake was lying
across it breast. Mr. Beans was not at
home at the time, but a neighbor was sum
moned and the reptile killed. It ,Is sup
- posed the snake came from a large heap
of stones that, lay near by, which 'bad
new house hauled there preparatory to building
Tag dwelling of Mr. . Martin Brinton,
in Cumberland county, about three miles
from Bridgeport, was destroyed by fire
early yesteitlay morning. About three
o'clock Mr. Brinton was awakened by the
howling of hip dog, in the kitchen, and
opening s door he discdVered that the
greater portion of the house was envel
oped in flames. He in flames, Re im
mediately aroused his wife and children,
and succeeded in removing them from the
burning building just in time to save
. them. Even their wearing apparel, ex:
cept that on their persons, had to be left
behind to be consumed, with all the other
contents of the dwelling. Mr. Brinton
was compelled to borrow various articles
of clothing to enable him to come to the
city to purchase an outfit for himself and . A Little Hera.
family.. ' The Wilmington Connnerdat, of Thurs.
WE find the following in the Westcbes- day, says :
, "The other day a young boy,
ter Viliago Record, which states ,bathe is a son of Mrs. Forest, living at Riddle's
a copy of a license given nearly one hun-
Banks, near this - city, had occasion to take
.dred years ago by John Penn :
nr erns notroamme his aunt across the dam of Jessup d .
~, .JO,IIN ,PERN, EsqtaxtE,
..,... M oore's paper mills, to the east side of
u° v o rner. and Comfnander in fAs . Ol 0 .1 the. Brandywine Creek. On -returning,
the Preeinee of Penufylvania and owing to the strong wind and high fresh-
Counties of New Caftle, Kent and Suf-
,et, the boat became unmanageable, and
fe xonsiDelaware. '
was carried over the dam breast . Provi-
WHEREAS ----......._____hath been
dentially the boat, as it was rushing down
re coimnauded unto me as a fober and fit the rapid water below the dam, struck
'erfon tb keeps Rottfe of Entertainment; upon
and being requefted . to grant him L' the only rock in the creek whose top
cenceforthe fathe, I IR.) h b it . I— was above the water, and here voting
.aildw the fald ---- ere Y lime°, ; w as
scrambled and, thereby was saved
keep &Public Houle in the twin f * f-
~ to from immediate drovireing. The people
• • ton, in the County of 2, 1 . , e - Pa 40011 gathered:. for the rescue, tont, the
the fait% af Um, %leo/3mnd P has to how the bo t
question arose y -:. was o
and other fpirittinur a n d m i xed 10 1 /..n,n be saved from hisperilous condition. At
fens m easurer unt o the 2 , 0 , 14 9 1 171 a.l: that moment a 'lame boy,' with a crutch,
AUGUST next; ;PROVIDED he „ thal e r 1, came forward and said: "I can fetch him
• ; at • an y vaie d at i ng , t ho fed Tenn i . n ot,
.ollr. One of the bystanders obJected,
any Ditliiikki24Eßß, unlitrful '(# until . u ntli his father', Patrick Nalrien 3 ,: who
or any titlier:Diforderf, nor reu i , o ;qr,,,,ek
,was presdnt, said: "Let 'lila '0; you
' to, StutAidfaite,"to debauch' or hurt '''''' .. egk't •
• draNn. that_ half. ° A-roPe was
but In all Tfungf Obferve and praoilr e ai l Procured, and young I •
. . LawfandPrdinaucaf of tbif Governm ent, rope SO crutch', went. to 'the rescue.
, tolif : faid,RMPloymeat relating. Aftfr feeling - the water, a-little he
~, 42 /V4NplaQer • Kay, nand and B eal 10 filthuryPiuthnege4clll.-intett ashore and man
. the , rapik rushing
e'e , , Areiti 'ego Ventb day-ef Auguft, in
~• ..- , la:thetrourteenth Year at the Reign or ,t oe d Of waters; headed fertitelockin the
Vddie df the Creek; 'Where sat ` th e' half
vueftlovereign, Lord 'limo GEORGE
:• • thePirhirdy 't.and- in ••the' 'Year of - our' 11,7114 chilled,:,aini frighned boy:
, 40 143 4 R -r ots , 4 , B e v ri, , , :lur ! ,d re '4 . fhoe i Lea p. 6 . 16411 round and round till "
eddying:water, and on to
le . - :tat7 o the bi r the .
r e o r pe gok ar ,w un laer v e he scram-,
•i t ioiq . ,-. 7 ta York: , Tr.'ne" ' hemocr -l ' E.t . .we bled 41, tied
' - ..gleszt the following, .accountef, *curious est, and with theft mi l l to o z i n h aag For
: mudermpreealeut in - Easter. Penneylva- the rock iii b- seething,:b-osilinligigacu°rff.
y nsed to
n i a ; ;in apeakingef Widlisniday it Says: rent, 'as the boy stubborf,
"ItlnuFbeenn.custent for 'many' years leave the only piec e o r '
in some of tfiikocitiittliCtif ' tide 'common- : numbed with cold, and ;LT' beingebe
wealth, to ke l titi' the - elaY ihiPwirlit as a dangers of ;the :rapid flood - i° re ' ee the
' boliduy on *ltch eecaeon rotir friends men soon pulled him ashor% a g i e l r ' e k ir m A ile
from the ;Ural distriets usually 'flock to hands ministered to his
rewu , to Bee the sights' and indulgiin in- trouble then' was how M sa u t i n xi poloin t / l i , te
nocent, amusements Of different hinds; back again, as he still
hence this Is Called .Whit4fonday. ',it is and looked quietly at the people,
kept AS a general thing in • our county, the rushing flood, /le prepared hilaselltf
although not tattle same extent that it Is for the plunge, and after :circling round
elsewhere. Some of our young - folks. es- the -rpartly -covered rocks, directed his
pecially from the river districts, visit Lan. , course down the , creelri - made headway
caster City where-it-is kept ass universal . with, the current, and Ivry soon gained
galaiday and where thousands of dollars thashore• Bonus distance' eel
arohrought to town and'expended for the of the disaster. '
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FREEDOM has two ellen factories.
Two large stove fUcto es stre just going
into operation at Delphos. -
G EN. En. F. Senumnun ' Attorney
General of Ohio, has resigned that office,
and will practice law at Canton.
DErmrsoir seems to be a thriving place.
It was laid out only two or three years
ago and now it is to have water and gas
Tim Pomeroy Telegraph says there
were 28 deaths in that city in one week—
all the subjects being children. Nearly
all the deaths were caused by measles.
Orr Monday last a large portion of the
Bucyrus machine works was destroyed
by. fire. The damage is estimated at
$lO,OOO, while the insurance was $5,000.
Owing to the exertions of neighbors the
best portion of the worse and a large
amount of partially built machines were
THE Mansfield Herald says: Last Mon
day a man by the name of Jos. Lawrence,
working at Hammond's saw mill, near
Woddberry, Wood county, was rolling
logs around the mill with a team of hor
ses, when by some accident a'log rolled
over him, smashing his head and killing
r LAST Wednesday pril 21st,
a little son of Mr. Thomasßell, a laborer
at the Brewster Coal Mines, while riding
between two cars coming out of the
mine, fell doWn upon the track and got
doubled and jammed together so, by the
cars passing over him, that he died in
four hours after receiving his injuries. --
Akron Beacon, ,
Jolts. HOWARD," Esq., Sheriff of Tug•
carawas county, was driving with his
wife last Friday week when E bolt in the
front part of the wagon gave way, lira.
Howard 'was: thrown oat, the horse be.'
coming frightened ran away and the
Sheriff was dragged for some distance
along the road, receiving such serious in
juries that he died the following Tuesday.
• A rzw days since sortie unknown
persons broke into the ticket office of the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at Bellaire,
and stole,s7oo dollars out of the safe. The
burglars first broke into the tool house of
the stone cutters who are:gettingout stone
for a bridge, and took out from it Owen
stone picks, and with these they broke
open the safe. No, trace of the burgh
has been discovered.
Tot night express going east on the
A. & G. W. R. R., was thrown from the
track- on the night of the2,ld, near Broad
way, Ohio,, caused by obstructions being
put on the track. The Division *twin
tendent, says the Company will- t - L a
reward of 14;000 to any one who will
ferret out the perpetrators this infa
mous deed. The train was f under full
headway and before it could be stopped,
the engine, tender and baggage car were
off the track, but luckily no one- was
part seriously.—Afarysvills ribtine.
—The Tuscarawas Chron 'le says:—
We learn that on Sunday last a Mr.
Chaney and another man discovered a
she wolf in the woods on the Clark farm,
three miles from Cadiz on the Cambridge
road. The wolf ran, the men gave
chase, but she distaiiced them, and
was lost sight of. On returning to the
place from whence ,she started, her, den
was discovered, in which four cubs were
found and captured. A gun was pro
cured, and after lying in wait for an hour
the wolf returned and was shot and killed.
She was a gray wolf and probably the
"last of the MohiCans."
: 'NMI lffatate Transfers.
1 The following deeds were . Bled 0
record before H. Snively, Esq., Recorder:
I. .. ,
Dittaills Von Dollon is E. H. Taylor, Dieemblr
2, 1333; lot on Jane• street. East Blrtningharza
20 by 60 feet
per ruches is Teter Ligonier, February 16,
• lot on O'Hara stet, Third ward. Alle
g ely,-30by 00fOtt $2600
Ann.Wooda (e JohnM. W o oos,•April e, RIM; , let
In Sewickley' borough
AI Wriedelate to David Golden, February 1,1802 i
lOU Kos, gapom, woolal•re's Nut, Torrence
'street, P.lttaburell, 50 by 100 fret two
C.: H. Loy, to T. J: Richardson, April I. 1869; lots
Nos. 49 and &Liu plant f Lorenz farm,C.artiers
401 r tistilp 50-by 100 .feat Ir $ 555
E.' and M. Evans to Thos. Edwards, April 29,
1869.10 t on Cllitori street. East Birmingham.
24 by 120 fe t : 12.5E4
V F. Trimble to Thug. J. Groff . March 22 1809;
• 'lotllllolllllol. or-Hill and.'ll .streeto, Sixth
ward, - Allegheny, 4014 IGO fees 11,300
, w l l e - n li ty lli n . r A n tis w u a e r t j :
22 ey 85 feet ....... .. ............ 32.009
George ltlsser to !nary Paten Mayo P 369; lot on
Canon street. Irrinlnghain 18 bye. feet-04.630
.I.divid Shaw to e. M. Damen et al.. March e.
Pal 9; Hit It. Versailles torroshlp, coot...loins 6
acres and 116 perches . . ... . ... . ........ -. .. $4.619
Archibald Newell to Wm. leohlbepp. March 9,
IWO. lot on Pooh street, Firat ward, Pittsburgh.
30 by 110 1e.4, with buililings ...... .. • .114,125
Jameis c•Olins to Frank Biker , Mara 8, i&.7; lot
In the Tenth ward .... . .......... . .
SATURDAY, May 8. 11.89. °1
William 11 Hawkins Co Samuel Dalzsli. May 5,
mon lot of ground In Wilkins township, .enn- •
tattling 1 sere and 9 perches. ..... ... ... . . 01.200
Chartiers School Di s trict to Pittsb . urrib; .......
nen and Saint bouts nalirosd Oompatiy. Aptil
2211 am; lot In Chart'ent town.,hip, containing
one-fourth of an :aere.....::, ....
„..: ..... . ... 07$0
Charles Flock° Lo 1 heodore route. December
24. 18a8; lot on Ego/a. street, Third ward.
Allegheny, 20 by 100 fete , .... .. ... . ..... • war
Jacoh_Doo !tile. to Pittston ego. , ........... and
bt. Loulaliallway Company, April 23, 1809; lot
of ground In Mansfield. ... . t .. .. ... ~, .... .. . . ill
Jefferson. Reynolds to Edward ". 'Guidon, „April
1, 1869; lot corner P.nn and Mechanics street.
Pittsburgh, 4534 fly IeIS feet, upon which la
erected tne Lamb Hotel; also Ilot 194 In the
borodsh of Eittanolog.. ....“---..,-. ..... 800
Samuel P. Ross to Richard. Bailey, ... 3 c..8 ., 1866;
lot In Penn townslip .... . ... .' ....... ...... - . 220.9
Executors of John G. Se nderdeceated,to Chrts
topher Wagner April 10, 18.50; lot an Clark
street. 24 by 72 feet .. ..- .. • .... . .... ... •-• . ..1.960
A. 11. Simon to Joseph Dierstein, .Aprit 12,1887:
34 lot on Spring Garden Road , Reserve township
by 131 feet . .... ..-; .. . ....... .• . M 0
Josepheh Dlersteln to Louts inerateln, Aprlii. mat
ove described . .. .. . ... . .. .... ... ~$3.500
Maria J. Reed to Charles W. " "ebitinot, April 30.
f 1212); lot on Buchanan street, Sewickley, 43 by 93
eet, with buildings ... .... . . . ... .. .. 02,500
Ellen tichleerrel to John ..an . .l Loots Hoßman.
May 7, 1869;101 In Reserve township, 94 by 100
lee.. .. -.... ... . .... : • .... , . . • ... 28,M0
.Charles .1.. l;oeining iielii, flan eCh . l . s.Zse . l, &Pt
29, 1869; lot above descri Dec .. . .. . .. Nov.'SOO
John mandlton to Duncan Hamilton, Nov. 30,
i 1866: tract attend in Patton township, Contain
ng 8'.6 acres .. ... .—_„.. . .. . ...... . . ... ~ ... OM
Wm. Bailey to J0barW........cil and ....... W.
Soaw. 3fry 7, 1880; lot on Chestnut street, Pitts.
burgh, 50 oy 99 feet. with buflalogs .. .. ... 45.6031
S. James .o Joseph Pauley. April 24, IND; two lots
80 In,Union township, in Clarence thaler's plan,
by 200 f et. . ............... $450
Samuel .. . Little.to.iaMeg Vcoidi;u6.l3 . l . l.y . i, 18Rit
200 lo on Heaver street, Sewlekley borough. Co by
feet- ... ~. .... .. . . ... . Irw in . March
Ea •tlee S. Morro.. t0......bert
iny..res: in Int on Arch street, Seventh vrard.
Pittehtugh. 64 by 78 feet .. - .. ... .. . ..V7.5
John Morrow. gusrdlan, to Robert Irwin, .........
.1. 1369, ; Interest in above lot .. .. ... ... . —SAM
Robert Irwin to James Sp oul, iday ti, DiMi7 the
above in: . . ...
James Wal.itl;s administrate . .. ..
there, Mar 8, .4.29; lot oa Liberty street, near
Win r, PlDaborgh. F ra nz 63 foet ._ . i l l's . 0633
C Hoodoo Love to l•nes. Ap ISlot,
Ave lots in Love's plae, Chattier.. towosidn.
Charles. . . .. .. . . ... . ... ...$BO9
C. Hanson Love to G. Richardson, July
100 I. 16M; lots in Love's plan, Chartiers teal:table.
ty 10 0yeet....' ..... . ............. . ....
C. Hanson Lore to George teelsler. ... It 3 bee:
eve lots In Love's Dlan
Ten mortgages were tiled for record.
- . . . Trt3DAY. May 11. 1869.
• Thos. Lit'le to Louts* G. Clark, September 23,
Der; lot on'Ann street, Sewickley. 25 by IM le t
•....... .................. . ............ ... ..... 4150
to Jameb s. strlckler. Jaime/ y
50 25, 1809; lot ou Centre strcet,. Twenty-llrsterard
be 100 fee!. , .......... . ...............
Promels S. 011ynore to a:1111am Park. April 4,
1.66; 74 acres. and 150 percher; of land la Penn
township. .. .; ... : ...
_, .. - ... ... _ . „size°
John 31chee ioJatmes . hic . biee . , lay 5, NM; lot on
street, Pittsburgh. Z by 41 feet
_ z - ,..• ••• • .. - .... , ......... _-. . .
moat. J. Graham 1 . ) Henry swatting: ...... 7;1669;
lute 154 and 155, Caldwell's plan. seventh ward
.. . .... . ..... . ..... ~..111,10i•
'Wm Douglass to wary A. Wskeliain. Ocitober S.
f 1868; lot on nnyder strcet. Alleghen.V. 25 41%
ee. • .. ........... ...• ........ .. .. lasTs
J. G. Beam to Lyme Chambers. March 70, 1.560;
t 97 acres and 153 perches of land ln. Jefferson .
ownship ...... . . . . . .. . ..07.•91
J. R. stlngton to Robert Watcbmotb. 'V
ri . tember
24, ltW; lot In Peebtes township, 43 to> 110 feet
.......... . ~.. , . *sob
JOtt se Groves to Jona ;VIVI, r, A prillis. AGO; lot '
on Charlotte et•eet, Allegheny, 12 bylto feet
Mrs.. S. reterson to Joseph Walton, Merch *A
14. - 4:, 33 acres and 114 perches of coal bottraa qt
W township.... ... .......... . ... 1117 343
Peter . 0z..1 to G. S. Fisher. Mgr C , 16631; Jul on
fliallroed sir. et, ? ast Blrsolegloon. 96 by 116
Deet ............................. .4xoo.
. It. . .. ... .. ... . ... . . .. . .. ...... .. .. . .... . ... .. . ..4 xoo.
L. banjo i Uoon. ii . ..p . te.mo4 hi. PC:
blot on Nester 'Deer, Nineteenth ward, l'lt.sr
urgh, 90 b. 104 feet .. ~. . ..... . ......... -$1.300
I. , Presser to John Ilis..halt, Jatleary 22. 1369;
lot on Beech alley . Math wardsrittsburgb. 13
hy . 4o tees .... '.....,.: ... .. ... i... .. - .............5330
notanao . se. •
' Fliteen mortgsgr.s stele filed for record.
er EDDISDA Y. May 12.1631.
Fraisets Ditmen to Peter Winner January 7,-
tlna; lot No: ft,
t in Galway's plan. Resirvei
ownshtp. 15 by feet .... . ....... '. : ... .- ... 1400
John Shepard et sr. .. - to Thomas C.. Jenkins. May
~, 10060); lot on Penn hereof, rantilika back 10
NX.erotutre alley. Seer 110 feet'. - . : :: . ... •cOOO
John Thompson to John. O nonlehairs . , Ma, 9,
1363, lot fronting one foot seven Inches and it
half on the South side of ;Forbes street" and
ronnin_g pack 111 fe.'t .. ... ~_.., ~. .... ~.. .0100
H , Orr itasamte.
Henry norserat, starch 29 ,
, 1863: lot on South Canal lornet. Fourth wa.d.
eAlleeheny "L" Get trade. with bundlngs..o3.Boo
Prank shilling to Mrs. Charlotte Dray
lots In the fifteenth ward... , ... ... -.. . . . .noni
Wm. G. Drove. to Y'r..nk 8 . 11 . 1111 cm, ...... mot
...toe lota ............. ..., .. . ........•. ... . ... e,yzo
damn- I B. eluter, .henr. to E. T. ........... Moe
, 8. 1 is 3; In:croft of Hubberd In a lot on cOtner
of Beaver and Jefferson streets, Allegheny.
~ ... ... ................................. ... IS
yo.eph 33..Gazzam, tru,tee to Henry Bruce, Nov.
12 IOU; lots Nu. 418 and 453 In U. 1122.1111.8 anbdt
bviSisn,Thirteezth and Fourteen it wards.tosts.
urgh ... . .... . ... ...- .. - ... „ /323
Barbara Soleil it . ' al, to A &Ore's . M. butcl. and
• Charles A. Woroica , tte.Mat I, 1869; lot In Peeb
les township. contsiutng two acres and elgbir
50n ....... ..... .s7so
A. S. Nictto Mrs. %Vim. Bancroft, Awn 2U.
_b1888; tot on Cartons i reel, East I.llrtolagham, 24
y 120 feet ..... . ..... . ....... . .... . ... ..... . .413,009
Townes thtstiday to-Jeremisb tirautioson,.May 8,
_PilBO9: lot on Overbill street, 6 Eleventrt ward.
ttsburgh, 20 by 180 feet.... .. ........ .. ... . 0.550
John W. Patterson to• Peter 3wanger. October 6.
1888; lot In Vets:Ml.B township, contalzlng 2
acres and 31 pert:hes . . ..•. .. .. .. .....• ........ ero6
Conrad Reiter to V. A. * Reed, Maid. 1, 11019;
lot on Liberty street, near Irwin street, Pitts
borgh, 20 by 80 feet, with buildings .... . . 020,009
John A. thinks to Christopher schang Jattury
25,.1889; lot in the bsroush of ELIA, 214 . by 72 feet
......... ... . ........ •05 0
Josiah Seevev to Pine Creek M.. E.. ehurch,
. March 1, 1882; lot 133.11:Winos township.— nom.
c - MORTGAGES..
Same day tittle mortgaget'stere dled of recor
Fad' Great Events.
One of the greatest events of the cent
occurred yesterday. The present
has seen these four ' great events:
-centuryl. Morse's invention of the Tele
I. The laying of the Atlantic Cable.
liL The death of Slavery in theljnited
IV. The' completion of the Pacific
In twenty-five yetis the eeititten'thati
'been spanned by the wires of , the fele
, graph. Ten years ago.lha lightning. be.
gan to run beneath the sea. Five years
ago the war .for freedom ~inded and
slavery died. Yesterday the iron track
was made complete fl'om•Portiand to San
The young man of today, who ktutseen
all - these things accomplished, will have
tales to tell to his'gtandchildren snob as
no' graudsire of our' day can summon
from the stores of his memory.--4. Y.
Post, 11th._ inst.- ''‘
- Ateonteav 0 to an 'act''passed by the
Legislature, last winter, for 'the destrue,
Son of unavailable . depredated funds of
old State Banks, !J .State-Treasurer of
Pennsylvania paused, be ,burned to ;
ashes, Friday morning, aiNueh Rinds re.;
mining in the vault of s the Treasitry, to
the amount 01141,08400, •
TITS LYnc htiurtli t
ports that recent titscOl
of the mountains :Mai
of a waterfall twelve h
A party was soon' to le;
visit the epot And attest
PITTSBURGH bAZEITR: FRIDAY,`• MAY 14, 1869„
4.) Republican re- JOSEPH . S. MOH St. CO.,
very in the gorges 1/ .lrOsatoik ionmeini,
Allegheny Springs • t i V 313; lazt.;; irtruormtell,ml
'undred feet UM '- " ' , auxbimantßue or • ' I •
sve Lynchburg to
. d ai ni a , magma, p are itys, mows
1 the truth OF lb' -74;ToesirerT 12.77611.011( VINZILM4 ' rit;
MBA NOM ao. • . ' +maim.
BRUSSELS CARPETS, VELVETS &1
The Last Arrival
FROM ENG .ILtivD.
Rave receive , ' h 3 ateam.ra Samaria and Man
hattan the VERY NEW.E.nT !STYLES of the
ENGLI4M MARKET. . •
They 41. offer
Complete 'Line of
To which large addithMe: ere ddll7 being made.
I ti er s re . sea , Fd in this
ALL EIE BROS.,
• WOOD &131.MITHPIELD•3
We a now receiving our Spring
Stock of (Carpets, 840.3 and are pre
pared to der, as good stock . and at
as low prices as 'Joy other house
in the Trade. We have all-the
new styles of trussels Tapestry,
Brussels, Three PO and Two Ilya
Best assortment of Ingrain Carpets
In the Market.
BOITUD, ROSE CO.,
:31 FIFTVENUE. •
aths:dawT H A
SAVE TIME ,A4D MOM
ITAIUND & COLLLYS
EA'S NOW OPAST nine
NEW SPRINe: STO CK
ROYAL AX RINSTER. -
1' B ODY BRussims,
rles ever offered is thls market
A Spittlid Line of Cheap .Carpets.
ROOD GO TON CHAIN CARPETS
At 25 Cents Per Yard.
meFARLAND & couißs,
No. Tl'lipd PIPIEI Avalncrz,
BTER CHAN - T - ILORS.
Bois , ict.ar
naoritnent o. all style. and Alla of
Boys, Youths and Children's Suits,
For Spring and Blinker wear.
GRAY & LoGAI9:.
47 SIXTH STREET; Gate SG.Clatt.l
'PHERSON & MORLANBRING,
No. 10 Stith (Late St. Clair) Street.
Successors to W. EL arciakic & 100. 9 1
Have Just received their carefully selected stock
of Spring and Sununer Goods. and WIII be glad
to show or sell them to old and new customers.
The Cutting Department wit. fill be supettn
tended by WA'. G. A. 31(DILANIGLING.
I take pleasure In recommending the above Arm
to the liberal support of the nubile.
W. H. McGEB.
jj. thute Cutter with W. Heotabs erde.)
No. 33 Smithtleld Street, Pittsburgh.
ZW SPRING O D)
A splendid new •
stock of .
Jest received by ' HENRY WEIfICR.
CHMIDT & FRIDAY,
. ALlMPplittitS OF •-
WINES,r • BRANDIES GIN
409 PENN ST .
NOS. 884 AND 886 poi ?t,
Car. Elevi3ntik . St:, (iormerly .CinaL)
.play 'or Goodg
GLASS, "CHINA. CUTLERY
OONTINUES TO .T ' • T ALL
Private disesses. Syphilis In Its forms,
Gonorrhea. Gleet, Stricture. Orch Us. and all
urinary diseases, and tae effects of memory are
completely eradicated; S permatorrhea or flew.
nal Weakness and Impotency. resulting from
self-abuse or other canoes, and which produces
acme of the following effmts, as blotcnes. bodily
weakness. lhdlgestion, consumpticnt, aversion to
seedety, unmanliness, dread of mture events,
loss of memOry,✓lndolence, nocturnal emissiont,
and flintily s prostrating the sexual system as to
render marriate un t i AtisfactorY, and therefore
imprudent. arc permaoently mred Persons af
flicted With*these °ratty other delicate, intricate
or long sten ding constitutional complaint should
glve the Dauer a trial; he never fails.
4 A partifttarattention given to all Female cam
-Dlaints.,Leneoutea or Whites, Falling, /Whim.
/nation or, Ulceration of the Womb,
'muftis. a m enorrhoea . lifenorrhagta, DYetneli
,norrhoea. and bterllity or Barrenness, are treat
ed with the greatest success.
It Is self-evident that a physician who confines
himself exclusively to the ssudyof a Certain class
of diseases and treats thousands of cases evert ,
year, must acquire greater skill in that specialty
than on. In general practice.
fi The Doctor publishes a medical pamphlet of
ftY Privatethat dimi ti es ti
exposition of venereal
and dimities, ti at can be had free &lollies
or by mall far two stamps, in sealed envelopes.
Evert sentence contains matt notion to, the af
flitted, and bling them to determine the pre.
ciao nature or their complaints.
The establishment, comprising ten ample'
rooms. is central. When it Is not oenvenient to
visit the city. •the Doctors O p 1010 13:43131 be ob
, talg al braising a written statement of the case,
area's,edles can be forwarded by luau ex ex.
In Borne Instanees.• however, a Iltraotial
examination is absolutely neuessary. while le
others daily personal attention is rout ired4em
for the accommodation d flinch patients there are
apartments connected with can office that art pro.
vided with every req j uis i te that it calculated to
promotetis.A IT F IW:c 3 .iI P t i lligni l le r l' xi i reetip2lW Dialler
Doctor's own laboratory. under his perennial sir
oervision. Medical pamphlets at °lnce free. of
b y van Air two stamps. No Inatter who have
,htiltd, read what lie lark Hours 9A o 8 P,Sf.
Soudan 9N. ki 9P. it : Mlles. N ao, 9 Pinar,
wrarsT. (near Court H ouse.) Pitrablirgh. Pa.
Hy; amen% torpo bat.,
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'NEW SPRING (MODS
THEODdIiE F. PHILLIPS',
87 Itfarket Street.
Prints, Muslin, Dress Goods,
IPLL LINE OF
WL::,AWARKET BTREM 87
CtigivautCANIDLESS & CO"
to WHeon, Carr 4 Oa.)
WHOLESALE LEALIutE IN
Foreign and DOinaiittr Dry Gooda,
No. 94 wpon snawr.
Third door above DlionandalleY. •
• PITTSBURGH: P.L.
New and Handsome Designs,
NOW OPWIfQ AT
No. 107 Maricet Street
(NIA.R. FIFTH AVEHUE,)
Embracing a large and carefully selected stock
of the newest deadens from the FINEST sreitir-
ED GOLDto the CHEAPEST ARTICLE known
to the trade. All of which we offer at prices that
wlllpay buyers to examine.
Jos. R. HUGHES & into.
THE OLD PAPER STORE IN A NEW PLACE,
W. P. 1ff.1111.31U=5/3
NEW WALL PAPER StORE,
191 Liberty -Street,
SPRING GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. alba
100 WOOD STREET.
BOKSIIIIAR AND MINA.
DLN.NAR SETS , TEA. SETS,
A large st:w.A of
SILVER PLATED GOODS
of all desc‘riptlowi.
R. E. BREED & CO..
100 WOOD STR EET
A i r sTA4E 6c SOIiT '
Oesilimission item /wne s ,
AND vials= lnr
rzotrig, tanAn.r. pmrea,
Nao. 01110 STEM. nes/East exr..--_,,""n,
PZTIB EMIL .....KEn. & RI TC HART . P. DA%
comat isslON-141ZACHAN TS;
AND DIALINS iN
FLOUR, GRAIN, SEEDS, MID PEED, at..
=724 :ba? Liberty alt, Pittsburg*, -
~_ • .
ITTLEi BAIRD & PATTON,
4wholeauer firocers, Commission Merchants * 1
an Dealers In Produce, Plour. Bacon, Cheese,
Fish, Carbon and Lard Oft, Iron, Mails *Bass,
Cotton Yarns and: all F"irsburgh Mannk E tures ~,,
generally. 112 and •i~•4 arLCOND /3 BT. ';
.thirs 5airPr0ir„,,...."...... A micx.,„1.._ i
ILI BALE G ROCEBB AND PROD MB DEAL- -
BUS. No. 6 ELIXPII tiTIMCBT. Pitt 'burgh. - ?
JOHN L 110Ut3B—ZuW. U 0118 2....W.U. U. LIOUBB.,
_TORN L ROUSE &BROS" Sue-
Bala u cessors l
and I. HOUSE & CO., Whole.
GTocers eornmizeion Merchants, Cor.
nor or Smith and Water dtreets. PI ttsburgh.
C. ARMSTRONG, Successor
to . posA-r ct Armstrong. PhODIJCS -
ON 11211tlak&T, No. 25 Ilarket
W. De CAMP,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. I
Office, lfo. 137 FOURTH AVENUE, Pitts
bargh, (formerly occupied by Hon. Walter H. F.
Lowe%) will practice In the 11. B..Clrcult and
District Courts In the State Supreme and all the • 1
Courts of Alle g heny county , and make eollee-• i
lions In most 0 theadJacent counties. JaZi;d73 i
Wm. B. KEEPER.,
ALDER/C/N AND EX-OFFICIO JUBT/CE OP
OFFICE, 89 FIFTH AITEFUR.
_given ,to conveyancing and
collections Dgeds Bonds and Mortgages drawn
up. and all legal business attended to promptly
. s_tamPartlirADT, i
Ex•OiScio Justice of the Peace and Pon t
trate. Once, _ G RANT STREET
Cath edrah - PmillsUßGH, PA , opposite the .
Deeds. Bonds, Mortgages. Acknowledgments,
D.nositions, and all Legal Business executed
With Promptness and dispatch. Paha
011* A. STRAIN,
ZE- r OPFICIO JUSTICE OP THE PEACE AND' . f
Ottke,ll.ltPUTH STREET, cipposlte the Cs
theeal, PI sburgh, Pa. Deeds - Bonds, Mort
gages, Acknowledgments, Depositions .
Legs Business executed with nremotness and
Justice of the Peace,
CONVEYANCER, REAL" ESTATE, MID INSU
CARSON STREET, MAST BIRMINGHAM.
Collection of Rents solicited andprouiptly at- 1
tensed to. .4,- aty3.llo 1
JOHN W. RIVDELL,
116 rueunond Rtreet,
(oppoidte the Fowl, Rouse-)
Aiming Th------------iLAAL INSLEY,
. e.T " r oitivm - r-A.21-14A3V.
ri'o. 98 FIFTH STREET, , -
• 'I i ITTE4BI7RGFC. PA
I V ELDON $ KELLY, t
Idanulaotorers and Wholesale Dealen la
amps; Lanterns, Chandeliers
AND LAMP COODC.-1r
Also, CARBON AND LUBRICEATING Ortas
"13.E17Z4434. *0... •
N 0.147 Wooct:Street.
creanai Between Otheind'aih. Aierities.
__. der. ,raibit4tiont
.i eentet — b. arid entail= or pointer statit
the'too of the B a n.
It la c l eadhp aL.ma....
...... _lstinCtit aid Pinniuoini
rd__L„,,„„uo , -
by iilereb. piscine the name .of butt the
eau tort *mute t h o poriter and sealing In
the customary manner. o preserver of fruit or
good housekeeper trill use any other artar ones
ATE4I,_ P/PES p ,
A large ,issonl4en4:,
. • • IMERY..I4(KiILr;2I4I3,
aplth37 Ad Avente,aear andthiladite
J. L. DILLIIg77 .......:. ........A. 7. ST7S/07771*
DILLINGEE it STEVENSON,
DISTILLERS AND DEALERS IN
Pure Rye WhislOes.
BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, 85C4
No. 87 Second Avenue,
*D2O PITTSBURGH, PA.
Au EP' VSTISBED BY A. & T
&OIL ABLY, 1812.
W. L GORMLY,
Na 27~ Street.,
Wrarczzy OPP. EAGLI HOPILJ
li r holesale and Retail Grocers,
amai No. 396 PEW .STREZT
'., ~ .'e`'W..