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ISpeelsl Beeting—Unfinished . Busiamess
Disposed of—Thew Business Trans-
A. special meeting of Sale° and Com
mon Conimils of the city was held in the
Comoilthambers,_Uty Building, yes
terday, Friday, May: 21,, 1869,-at two
Select cb ' an¢li:
Members present: Messrs. Ahltiorn,
Armstrong, Burgwin, Coffin, Craig, Dick
son, Edwards, Gallaher, Gross, Ha'Liman,
Hartman, HOlmes, Jones, Kane, ILehew,
Kirk, Laufman, 'late'', Lloyd, Marshall,
/Morrow, Murdoch, Murray, McClelland,
bloEwen, McMahon' Quinn , Rafferty,
Rees, Rush, Schmidt, Shipton. Torrens,
Wainwright, S. 3., Watson, White, 'Wil
Council organised? by
calling Mr. Ship
ton to the chair, '
On motion, the minutes of the Premed
ing meeting were read and approved.
The Chairman stated that the meeting
.was a special one, but he was unable to
state specific object for which it was
Mr. Moore, City Engi
en neer, being pres
t stated that • the meeti had been
called to take action on unf i
nished • bus.
The following business from Common
Council having been acted upon at a pre
vious meeting,' - was then taken up.
An ordinance providing for the
straightening of Second avenue from the
Birmingham bridge to Brady street
• passed finally in C. C.
Mr. Gallaher objected to the passage of
• - the ordinance on the ground that a part
of the street proposod to be changed was
in the hands of a chartered company.
On motion, Select Council concurred in
the action of C. C. in adopting the ordi
Mr. Morrow moved to suspend the
rules and pass the ordinance finally.
The motion was lost and the ordinance
. Select Council concurred with Com
mon Council in the passage of an ordi
nance changing the grade on Penn street,
in the Twelfth ward. .
Also; •in the passage of an ordinance
changing the width of sidewalks on
Thirty-ninth and Fortieth streets.
In. the passage of an ordinance for the
opening of Hatfield street from Forty
fourth to Jackson street.
In referring a resolution for the erec
tion of a gas lamp on Grant street to the
In referring a resolution for Sag-stone
crossings on Sixth street to the Street
The resolution instructing the City So
licitor to institute legal proceedings for
switch license, which was in C. C
adbpted, was referred to the Solicitor
with instructions, to report to Councils
the-expediency of bringing . suit.
Select Council concurred in the action
of, Common Council in the following
A petition for the removal efgaa lamps
in the Eleventh ward. Referred to the
A-resolution - relative to. - the payment
of a proportion of the Passenger Rail
way license to the south side boroughs.
Adopted. .. •
Remonstrances against taxing the old
wards formaving in the new districts.
An ordinance fixing the salary of the
City engineer. Passed finally.
An ordinance relative to the separate
indebtedness of the Fifteenth and Seven
teenth wards. Passed finally.
An ordinance providing for the con
struction of a board walk from Miners
villa to the Penna. Railroad. Also for
the construction of a board walk on Elm
street. Passed finally. .
An ordinance fo: the grading, paving
and curbing of Forty-third street, and
for the grading and paving of Reedslley.
Ordinance for widening Webster
avenue from Grant street to Seventh
avenue. Passed finally.
Ordinance tor the grading of Apple
alley from Marlon to Van Brain street.
Passed finally. •
An ordinance for grading, paving and
curbing Liberty street from Thirty-first
to Thirty-third street. Passed finally.
An ordinaries for grading Sixteenth
street from Pike street to the bridge.
The following business was laid over
-tinder the rules.
Besolution raising a special committee
to confer with the Directors of the Poor,
of the county, relative to the new Wards.
Ordinance changing the place of hold
ing elections in the Seventeenth Ward.
Ordinance for grading
from Fortieth to Forty-second street.
An ordinance providing for the con
struction of a sewer on High street, from
Wylie to Fifth avenue.
Mr.lQuinn presented a remonstrance
against the sewer,- and moved .that the
ordinance be postponed indefinitely.
Mr. Bu.rgwin moved as a substitute
that the ordinance and remonstrance be
referred to the Street Committee. Adop
The following ordinances, passed in a.
C. at a previous meeting,
,were taken up
and passed finally: .
Grading and paving Vickioy street.
Opening Forty-third street from Butler
Change of grade on , Liberty street, at
Twenty-ninth street. •
Establiehing grades.on sundry streets.
'The following petitions and resolu
talons from Common Council were dis
posed of as noted:
Petitions for grading Twenty-seventh
street and Hatfield street. Referred to
,Resointion for gas Jamp cin Gum it t reet
sod Whitesides , alley. teferred to the
- Resolution for Sag stone . crossings on
Grant street and Fifth avenue. Referred
to the Street Committee.
Report: from the Committee on Fire
Euoll6E:and Haim Referred to the \Fire
Mr. Murdock presented a petition for
relocating a street in the Twenty-Second
ward. Beforreti to Survey Committee.
Mr. Quinn presented a. petition for the
opening , ofvD,eianey allaY.. from Tunnel
to. ,Befarreci to the.
Stmet.Commititte and Pity Engineer
:-Mr, Gallaher.presented a petition for
the opening, grading and paving .tif Mil
itenberger',* alley. ,
an prditumowpioviding for the
opening , of,. the 'alley, and appointing
viewers for the same. ,
• The option* egg_ petition were se.
forted to the ; Street , in con•
junction with the City Solicitor.
. Mr. OoDin presented an, ordipince,
authorizing the issuing' of water exten
sion-bonds to the amount of 1240,000.
-Bead-three times and passed, finally.
On motion of Mr.:„ Burgwin a special
Cominittee of three was appointed to g
amine the. Water. Loan Bill, and rep ort
what changes have Wen made in It he
Chan' appointed Messrs Borgwin,Little
'Mt. Mailman, offered a resolution di
recting the city , Engineer to have • the
*noes sat Da* Wilkins avenue.
~Adooted,, ~„.• • , • ; •• r
Mr. Hartman offered aratolation grant-
ineto! . the Cjentrai Board of Education
the sae of d e t ec t oninniflumber for
holding tl - ie t r meet i ngs .
rk moved that when Council
rn' . it bit° meet on Monday evening.
M. 'Coffin o ffered a resolution imam:tot
mg 'AI Street s Committee to notify the
ow'Aeritof vacant lots Wia lots used for
m etai yards to have the same fenced in.
Mr. Hallman moved to lay on the ta
Mr. Coffin presented a resolution re
questing the Mayor to have baggage
and spring wagons removed from the
corner of Liberty street and Fifth av
enue. . _
Mr. Gallaher moved to -ley (maths ta
Mr. Jones offered a resolution authori
zing the payment of bills of viewers on
Aiken's Lane. Adopted. Rules suspen
ded and passed finally.
Mr. Shipton presented a petition of Mr.
Emery relative to the supplying of coal
to the water works, setting forth that
they had lost an average of v 44 cents per
bushel on all coal delivered, and asking
the city to make up the amount. •
On motion of Mr. Jones, the petition was
referred to the Water Commit Vie.
Mr. Kirk offered _amendments to the
rules, which were referred to the Com
mittee on Rules.
Mr. Burgwin also presented an amend
ment to the rules, which was also re
ferred to the Committee on Rules.
Mr. Morrow Moved a suspension of
the rules, in order 'to concur with C. C.
in the adoption of the ordinance chang
ing the place of holding elections in the
Seventeenth ward. The motion was lost.
Mr. Murdock presented a petition ask
ing for the opening of Juncaire street, in
the Fourteenth ward. Referred to the
Committee on Roads.
Mr. Kehew called up an ordinance rela
tive to the opening of Devilliers street.
Mr. Quin offered a resolution instruct
ing the Street Commissioner to , have
Wylie street repaired between the-rail
road track, and charge the same to the
Mr. Kehew moved to lay on the table.
lhe question recurring on_ tho resolu
tion, it was adopted.
Mr. Lloyd presented a petition asking
for the vacation of a private road. Refer
red to the Survey Committee.
Mr. McEwen presented a petition ask
ing for a uniform grade on Dinwiddie
Street. Referred to the Street Committee.
- Mr. McEwen presented a resolution
for a gas lamp on Granville street. Re•
ferred to the Gas Committee.
Also, au ordinance changing viewers
on Roberts street. Passed finally. .
On motion of Mr. Kirk, the Clerk of
Council, in the absence of the Chairman,
was directed to call Council to order at
two o'clock r.
Mr. Burgwin moved that, at the expl
rationof fifteen minutes past two o'clock,
if there was not a quorum, that units
oils stand adjourned. Adopted.
President -Toinlinson in the Chstr.
Present : Messrs. Albeitz, Anderson,
Ardary, Barr, Batchelor, Berger, Black,
Booth, Carroll, Case, Chislett, Daub, Dan
seath, Gildenfenny, Hare, House, Hons
ton,Hutchison, Jahn. Jones, Kremer,Mo-
Candiess, MoßelvY, McMaster% Moanor,
Meyer, Moore. Morgan, Morton, Nixon,
Pearson, Potti, Reiman, Reed, Rook,
Rosewell, Seifert's, Sims, Schott, Scott,
Vetter, Wanghter, Weisenberger, Wel
, don, Welsh, Wilson, Tomlinson, Pre'st.
The minutes of the preceding meeting
were read and approved.
LIBERTY STREET GRADE.
The President stated the meeting had
been called at the request of several mem
bers for the purpose of considering the
ordinance relative to a change of grade
on Liberty , street.
Mr. Weldon called up the ordinance
laid over at a previous me9ting,which
provided for the changing pf the grade
of Liberty street from Tlitilleth to Thir
Mr. Weldon moved the passage of the
ordinance. ' In answer to an inquiry the
gentleman stated the grade of the streets
would be lowered by the plan four feet. He
also stated the change was adVocated by
the City Engineer, and the persons own
ing roroperty in the vicinity.
The ordinance -was read three times,
and passed finally.
PETITIONS' , RESOLUTIONS, &C.
Mr.. Weldon offered an ordinance for
the grading and paving of Forty-eighth
street, from Butler street to Allegheny
river. The ordinance was accompanied
by a petition for the seine.
The petition was aocepted and the ordi
nance read three times and passed under
a suspension of the rules. -
Mr. Weldon offered. a resolution in
structing the City Controller to certify
a warrant on the Treasurer in favor of
Allen Dunn & Co. for $1,077.50 for re
pairing sewers on PennsylVania avenue.
Read three times and passed
Mr. Weldon, an ordinance for the
opening of Clark street, from Crawford
to Miller street. Read and laid,over.
Mr. Gildenfenny offered a resolution
instructing the Committee on Roads to
postpone action in reference to the grad.
ing of Duncan street. Referred to Road
NEW GAS LAMPS.
Mr. McCandless, a resolution request
ing Committee on Gas to have public
lamps placed at the corner• of Grove
street and Center avenue, Eleventh
Ward. Referred to Committee on Gas.
Mr. Booth, petition for three gas lamps
on the north side of Webster avenue, be-
tweet'Logan and Fulton avenue.
Referred to the Committee on Gas. •
Mr. Pearson, an ordnance changing the
place of bolding elections in the Seven
teenth ward.. •
Read three times and passed. ..
Mr. Scott,. resolution instrneting the
Committee on Gas to place,agda lamp on
the northeast corner of Butler'r - and For
tieth streets. Referred to the Committee
Mr. Scott, piltition for. grading, paving
and curbing Wilson street, Seventeenth
ward., ;, ,
Referred to the Committee on Streets.
Mr. Scott, a petition for sewerin,g, grad.
Ing, paving and curbing Centre street,
Seventeenth ward,. Referred to the COm
mittee on Streets.
Mr. Case, a.remonstrapce against 1410.
olson pavement on Fifth (Pennsylvania)
avenue, from Ross to Dinwiddie streets.
Referred to the Street Committee.
swear courant zusititss.: ;
Common Connie cgonelirred in the fol;
lowing business acted upon in Select
Council April 26th : • "
•In referring to the COmmittee on
Wtioden Buildings. a resolution relative
to the removal of a wooden building on
the Bomb side of Virgin alley.
In referring to the same Committee a
similar resolution for wooden building
on Webster avenue.
In referring to- Ordinance Committee
the ordinance relative to the Inspection
In referring to Finance Committee the
communication relative to phe bill , of
Edward ~ Alleh . for building *sewer on .
Pennsylvania avenue. r
In , passing finally resolution author
izing the Controller to certify warranp
fOr' the payment of ' sundry 'small Oa-
In mferring to Wider Committee the
petition for water: pipe on Mercer street.
In refereneeto•the resolution for *the
ptpdept lof She • Dill. of • Lefferty et Son.
GAZtaTE : SATAIR . PAY, MAY 22, 186914
in passed finally. C. C. non.con
ourred and lay on the table.
The reeoltiti n relative to rules for the
government f Councils, - referred. to a
special ()committee in El. C., ',mislaid on
Mr. MeMasters Presented ?a resolu
tion, instructing the Street Committee
to inquire into the oondition of Penn
street, and see if the thoroughfare is
kept in properorder by the Citizens Pas.
Banker Railway Company, Referred to
Mr. Morgan offered a resolution, in
structing the Street CoMmi%tee toliiquire
by_ what arathority Messrs. Husaey,Wells
.TtCo,'areerecting an iron clad building
on Seventeenth street Read three times
Mr. Batchelor stated thiti he had procur
ed a copy of the Water Commission bill,
lately passed by the Legislature, and
discovered that several changes had been
made in the original bill as passed by the
City Councils. -He thought something
should be done in the matter before the
bill received the signature of the Gov
ernor. - •
After some discussion. Mr. McCandless
offered the following resolution:
.Reseivecf, That the Councils of the city
of Pittsburgh protest against the mennnggq
bars of ourie;Lislature interfering wit
legislation of our city, and request th
Governor not to sign the bill.
Read three times and' passed.
ORDINANCE TOR SEWER.
The ordinance relative to the contitrnc
tion of a public sewer on High street,
between Fifth avenue and Wylie streets,
in C. C. March 29 read and laid over;
in C. C. April 28 read three times and
passed; hi S. C. May 21 referred, together
with remonstrance to the Street Com
mittees to report , facts: C. C. May 21
receded from former action and con
curred in its reference.
The resolution instructing the City So
licitor to bring suit against Knapp, Rudd
Co.. for use of railroad switch, was
read three times and passed in C. C.
March 29th. Was reported from Select
Council with the endorsement referring
it to the City Solicitor, with instructions
to report the right of the city to bring
suits.. C. C. receded and concurred.
On motion, adjourned.
The Democracy of Virginia are sorely
disappointed at the refusal of the Presi-
dent to order a separate vote on the coun
ty and city organization clause of the
State Constitution. Another effort was
made to have him change his • pre
vious decision, but without avail. He
assigns as his reason for his action that
the Republicans of the State say that to
defeat this particular clause of the Consti
tution would break up the present sthool
system of the State, and leave room for
imposition on the blacks. if the whites
felt so disposed. The Virginians pro
claimed good intentions, but the action of
their brethren in Georgia, when power
came into their hands, has not been for
gotten, and the President told the Com
mittee who called on him that he would
be governed by the old proverb, "A bitd
in the hand," &c.
The first sectior. of "An actin relation
to additional bounties and for other ;pur
poses," approved March 8, 1869, reads as
follows: "When a soldier's discharge
states that he is discharged by reason of
expiration of term of service, tie shall be
held to have completed the full term of
his enlistment, and entitled to bounty ac
The second section relates to payments
of additional bounty; the third transfers
the additional bounty cases - from the Pay
master General's office •to the Treasury
Department, and the fourth makes void
claims under the act of. July 28th, 1866,
unleas presented in due form before De
cember Ist, 1869.
There has been more diversity of opin-
ion in reference to the proper construction
of the first section than in the case of
any bounty law on the statutes. Under
laws existing before the passage of this a
soldier or sailor was entitled to bounty
who had served two years in the army or
navy, or who had not served two yeari,
but had been discharged by reason of
wounds received in line of duty. The
first section of the law above quoted does
not mention sailors, but, literally ren
dered, would give the additional bounty
to 'every soldier who had served in the
army, whether three, six, nine or twelve
months, if he had not been discharged
till the expiration of his term of enlist
This so conflicts with all previous laws
on the subject as to render its execution
impossible, and all payments; under it are
therefore suspended. If, however, the
phrase "and for other purposes," in the
title, shall be decided to have repealing
force, these payments may be made under
the law, independent of any other; and
the three months' men will then be as
legally entitled to bounty as those who
served three years. The Second Comp
troller 'and Second Auditor decline to as
sume the responsibility of interpreting
the intentions of Congress, as set forth ,
in the law, and the Secretary of the Treas
ury has referred it to the Attorney Gen
eral for his opinion. Till that is received
no payments will, be made in any case
arising under the previsions of the first
Karl Schurz Abroad.
The North German Correapondant says:
On the 4th ,of March last a German citi
zen of the_lUnited Statee, Karl Schurz,
was elected by the State of Missouri as
one of the two senators who are to repro
sent the State - in. Washington. This is
the first instance in which a German has
been intrusted with this highand influen
tial office in the United States of Ameri
ca. In the great 'cities of the Union,
more particularly in New York, the po
litical weight of the German 'Americans
is inconsiderable, neutralized as it- •Is by
that of the native Americans on the one
side, and of the Irish on the other. In
Missouri, German industry> and intelli
gence are better appreciatedi the native
born American comet more directly in
contact With his Teutonic fellow-citizene,
and finds in him many qualities from
which he cannot withold esteem:
When:the civil War, broke out, it - wits
the German population, of , Missouri Who
were mainly instrumental in retaining
the former slave-state in the Union, and
who, when their Vote was insufficient,
shoulde • red the rifle, and extinguished the
embers of secessionin their blood. Since
that time they have exerted:a decisive in
on the legislation of 'Missouri;
they have filled the highest :ofitnts;•• su ita.
ble provision has been made in• pub
lic. schools for the spiels' educational
wants of their children, and the German
press of Missouri cis equally influential
with the native Athericanjournals. Mis
sion?), as we have.said, is the 'first State
in the Union which' has conferred on a
Germiii the honorable and responsible
dignity Of Senator, and the tidin haVe
been weiComed with feeling •of joy and
pride in every patriotiM: - OirCle in. Ger-,
Nanillidniesii aid Wtolesale A:Alen
Lamps,. : Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP COODS.
Ahms, CARBON AND LUBBSOATINO OILS,
No. '1.47 Wood Street.
se9ng2 Between 6th and 6th Avenues.
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We are • now prepared to sunply Tinnera and
Potters. IV is perfect, simple: and as chean as
the plain top, having the names of the venoms
Fruits stamped upon the cover, radiating from
the center. and an index or pointer stamped upon
the top of the can.
It is Clearly, Distinctly and Permanently
by merely placing the name of the fruit the
can contains opposite the pointer and sealing in
the customary manm.r. •No preserver of fruit or
good housekeeper will use any other after once
seelng.it. ash 26
A large assortment,
apl4:h27 2d Avencie,near Smithfield St
TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, &O.
NEW, CHEAP AND GOOD GOODS !
SILK LOOPS FOR SACQUES.
FINE ASSORTMENT,OF SAME,
THE NEW COQUETTE FAN PARASOLS,
SHAH PARASOLS & SUN UMBRELLAS.
White French Whalebone Corsets,
Purple and Mexique Blue Kid Glove's.
TA. Splendid assortment of
CO T _ HOSIERY.
'WHITE £ BRO. BALBRIORAN ROSE.
LACK 4111EXIBEITIMall styles.
Gent's Spring Utulergarments.
MACRUM, GLYDE & CO,.
78 & 80 Market Street.
HMI do CARLISLE' S
Dress Trimmings and Buttoni.
Embroideries and Laces.
Ribbons and Flowers. •
Hata and Bonnets.
Glove fitting and French Corsets.
New Styles Bras ley , s Skirts.
Parasols—ell the new styles. •
Bun and Rain Umbrellas.
Hosier Y—the ben English makes
Agents for "Harris , Senless 41ds."
Spring and Sommer und erwear,
Sole Agents for the Bemis Patent Shape Col•
lars.✓ "Lockwood's "Irving.," "West End," ,
"Elite," 9 Lc: "Dickens," "Derby," and other
MORIN. & CARLISLE
PAVEXD B Y
CINCINNATI.' • f
Ask your 'Grocer Asa. our DYwul lof
Lard lis Stimie Packages;
P"ked Is 3, P, ; a nd 10 P' s *d Plikilei.
pound Cases for shipesent. Cbeapest eadde .
malls g Lard. Bead for Pelee Llll. _ :
And. Grocers and- Dealers Generally.
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HENRY H. COLLINS,
FRINGES AND GIMPS
In all styles and colors
Also, a large varlet] of
Only 60 cta. a pals
NEV SPRING GOODS
No. 27 Fifth Avenue,
Dealers supplied with the alwlve at
flee'Liberty &set, sy ere In Drus,'
and Pateat Medicines. jainC:
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NEW SEIUNGt r GOODS
THEODORE, F. PHILLH'S',
87 Market Street.
Prints, inslins, Dress t Goods,
SILKS, . SHAWLS.
• rum. LINZ OF
ST. IILtRIEET STREET. SI
CARB I NCCANDIJESS & CO.,
Late WUroo, Our & C 0.,)
1 • WHOLE:BALE DILILIBEt IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goode,
No. 94 WOOD STREET,
Third door above Diamond alley.
- • PITTSBURGH. PA.
liV ALL PAPER 4
New and.H l adeeme Designs,
No. 107 Market Street
(NEAR FIFTH AVKITITE, )
Embracing a large and carefully selected Mock
of the newest dealgus from the FINEST-STANP
ED GOLD to the CHEAPEST ARTICLE known
to the trade. All o which we offer at prices that
will pay buyers to e tmtne. • - -_
Jos. t. lEUGIEES & BRO.
TIE OLD PIPER STODE lAA NEW PLACE,
W. P. stausrukwa
NEW WALL PAPET(ORE,
191 Liberty fitiek
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SPRING 4il);X/DS ARRIVING DAILY. NSA
100 WOOD STREET.
BOHEMIAN AND • CHINA. •
TEA S ETS,
SMOKING SETS, Grim , CUM
A large stock of
SILVER, PLATED GOODS
• of all deacriptlons.
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Call an examine oar goods, and we
feel setts dno one need fail to be milted.
R. E . MIMED Ar., CO.
100 -WOOD STREET.
poIIiTINVIM TO:TBEAT 'ALL
private diseases.. Syphilis' in ell , its forms,.
nuorrnea. Gleet, BtrWture, .Orchitla.. end all
urinary diseases, and the effect* of mercury are •
eam%hely eradicated; Bpermatorrhes grr
nab eaittleau and' impo t enc y , rem:Mist. from
self-a Rae or other Woes. 'and which, preduces
acme or the following effects, as blotetuta.lodirif
weakness; Indigeation, consumption , aversion to
society. unmanliness, dread of, panto s3vents,,
loss of memory. indolence. nocturnal emiludentli
gad &nifty sommetriting the sexual system to
renderMarrime unsatumetery, sod_ therefore
imprudent, are, perntauently cured. yeraolis af•
flitted 'with these orthy other delicite,•latriette
or 'long Marling onistitutionaleomnlaankshould
give the Doctor sr. hummer, Ails: ~
A particular at on given trl'altireurafe coin
plaints,?Leneort a rir whites.: Tailingvlodani•
matio_u er ‘lriertrasloatisljne :Womb, Multi's
pm:trims, Amenorrhoea. menorehaglan'44 l3 anki,
norrhoes. and bterility or Barrenness, it tree;
ol will:it/la greatest success. •••4, -• ' - • ,
It lersylVevidentthat a physician who continea
isionleir exclusively to the Mud, of a certain Mail
of dlamtscs and thirsts thousands of cues' evert'
Year must *equity greater skill,in that ' Msealail -
;ban one. in general practice. ‘, ~ ‘. .;,
Ther Doctor: publishes' w 'medley pampasek 'or
Aft? pages tint gives,: Lull exposltton'Ofienerual•
and private esteem Ws] bebad free atoffice.
orbi mall .or two et s, fn sealed envelopes.
Bre sentelee'oentlan instsnetkOr tO the at
;stud smalls/ them , s - 5 determinethe - pre.
ease nature of their comillant . •
, The- ' aniblitbment; omen sine ten =We'
roomr tentral. , , When it fa not convenient to
vi s it . I , der, , egg ,sromoes.,opinime cap,,tte case, : taint] try giving g Written statement of tue case,'
and medicteeda can be •forwarded: brinailler ehm;
Preis. , In seine haelanees.• however, a persona,
examtnetiou is absolutely,. necessary. 1,11110,1 k
others rtallyPersanal attention is rear Bed, and
for the accommodations f inch TOMOIS there arc
apartments connected with the 0111 it
lto t t m pro.,
sided with every'. reqtasith - that * ' pal,i NI tO
promote recovery, iheleding ' Medic s &per
baths. All prescription,*i
are prepared n the
Doctor's own laboratory, modes his ~personal au.
DervisiOni ' • Medical pimphrete it 'emit free; or
by soall,for two stoma. , /liomiatter who have
raged, resitwhat htsays., Hoare 9 a. at. to B P.m.
Sundays M. to '411.. M: Offfee,_lio. 9•WI'LI6
nTIECIDWA hear Monne Now, I:Pittsburgh. Pl:'
WHITE.' LUNE '..i=Vlo 'lipir pili
1 treablVlilteetliEC'foi raid:.tir i ; ,
i .:.. .1 .T. , 1110, QAMIIMILI4 1
g - r
CARPIIITS AND.OIL OLCPrEak,
BiIiSSELS C i i lEtS, VELVETS, &C
The Latest Arrival
No. 5l FIFTH AVENUE,
Have received b 5 .
simian% Samaria and Man
hattan the VERY NEWEIVT STYLES of the
"G. 1 4 2 . 11 MARKET.
Complete L ine of
To which large additions alt daily being made.
A Display of Goods Equal
To' any ever.presen;ed in. thin market AI
• . ,
- • (BET. WOOD & SMITHFIELD.)
We are now receiving our Spring
Stock of Carpets, &c., and are pre
pared to offer as good stock and at
as low price as any other house
in the Trade. We have all the
new styles of Brussels Tapestry,
Brussels, Three Plys and Two Plys.
Best assortment of Ingrain Carpets
in the Market.
BOVARD,. ROSH CO.,
21 FIITH AVENUE.
1%.. M fr .
WINDOW, SHADES,, .,
LADE AND NOTTINGHAM
New - StockJust Receive&
LOWEST PRICES EVER OFFERED.
J. L. - A. Y. SUMMON.
DILLI & STEVENSON,
Pure Rye Whiskies,
BRANDIES, WINES, DINS, &C.,
No. 87 SeCond. Avenue,
ESTABLISHED BY A. •& T
W. 31. (ORMIT,
(Dtszonar Orr. EAGLE HOTEL.]
Y. 8 Y -J. A. EITMII.
Alf 1 STEET. II I & SON,
• ■ Vognmiestpn Merchants,
Fix,otrik. GRAM. ate.
No. 96 OHIO ETREE'L near Bait Common,
ALLEGHENY CITY. Pd.
Hs. SM MARKET STREET.
no . ; •
-g - m & RITCHART,
4-1 491ingssion mEßcHasicra,
A AND palmiti!' IS •
11, 011 4- I N, ESEICIIsoniz. nildo i 6 , , ,
Mu t, Stw alp
L J. BLANCHARD. ' "
Wholes* and AtetidteriN*ll/2
- No; 119-
WZITTLE, BAIRD & PATTON,
aotestae GroceNerouardision Merchants
t Vto N ii_. D Or l it l a . M aud Lard`oll, tr r On, , N • Mast,
Canon Yarns and all P'..4strarri Man ' nrea
marallt e TISS - and. 11.4 k uo.tfts BM
rittaburnis. •, • , ~. , - - -If 1- .‘
JOLLA EIRIVTON .A WALLACE.
. ‘ ,
s AND PRODI3 (.31 - MAL.
§EL'lsts; szt IEtS3
6 ti EMMET. Pitt 'burial.
im2issa. ..;::, 1- .
Jean I. HOIDBILADIV,IIOtIIdi.v.,.‘III6 11017614
:TORN Li HOUSE &BROIL, Sac..
u cesium to JOHN I. HOUSE 4t, CO.. Witole
oowerooors owl Comm*ton Merchan n t!. Ow.
oer'orSmlthlielrt and Water Stres: Pittsturgb.
FaDIIIIIND . LABEL NO: 124
tiniltlifteld street. Role Ilarinlietafer of
erten! %Fel ',Cement sad Gravel Roofing. Ma.
sale by J. 13. CANFLICLD.
They alio offer
111cFAItLiAT) & COLLINS,
No. 71 and 73 FIFTH ANSNUF.,
DISTILLERS AND DEALERS IN
N0. , 271 Liberty Street;
W. C. AM,INIS'I'ROAcCk,
&locator to Fetzer a Armerong,