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EL , a
Titz - Glihrlis Wriciihixt
the etz day* of' thee - 4watt for 115 - eatta•per
week ploy nail, $l3 perfinnuet:. &mos., $2.
The `City Polick s .NFerp 04d off rester
day. . . _ ~. •
for the Beason. a
swaitelige#6l f . r l 4 - 1::;j ii .1.1.
n le-Fel:4ns 4 are .thoroughly.reorgani
zibereabonta. • Whatiipes inean: o ;
Don't fail to read the oWtrmnit occ - Opled
by_Dr. George tl.qtriyi4iz-tliii
City Ball by a complimentary.ball to the
City Councils., .„ . ...
Changed.-.-The time for bolding the
bas been' e 11834 0 .20
potober-gthathiind•Stb. , • .
The uommenceineut- exeraiseth or the
ed yesterday and! *ill - continue to l day,
and trmnorrew. • • ' ', •
were issued poor, Tree of *huge,
during •the avouch July, train the
of locating the soldiers' monument in
her celnetary.-_ Mieery; Roves , - company.
We 61 , PittSbUigli are , the Immo boat:
Ther`ittlir-br 1 0 1$roititig TWArtil. area
is tolittlieneafortk6pttabed. ;forward 'xap
two gni Llty Eogineer. - Resi
dentstliemitiouttikill be pleased to learn
'Noy& celebrided:Orqs City Cu us
will visit on'Friday next,
and exhibit twice, in the afternqon at half
past two.o'slocat and ; in the evening at
-half past seven. -
Among hereafter will have to. be_per
formed inside 'the jail. Matt
our sports leafathat here
after the numb admitted towithess ex
ecutions musttaectustarilY be- elnan• '
Leisure Hours ter June is at hand and
is parlicariribteresting. : ,Besides a
It contains„a brie portrag „of Hon. Asa
Packer, r.oltirlibi l ; with, 41i biographilial
The improvementa at the Court House
rapkilv -progress. The new jail wiil oe a
modefof security.- It 18 more enbatan
flalthtm iron - safe, And out of it
therecan be no redemption ; save in the
legitimateWay.' • -
The itartydayi c ommitments by the
Mayore•of the two eitiee made within the
laerthree days mean - ,that, the prisouere
*hall PinAtOtOtttinte at the work
bonawahletqamaty rasdy, jor a oaatber
of summer gueatt.
Jones Locked VV.—David Jones was
conSignedtQA cell in jail for thirty day%
by Mayor ,I3rnalityoterday morning. for
creating a disturb] the evening pre
yionS at the "lionsetZllen Hose,
Without Liemisay:-- - Edward IteCafferty
made information • before Alderman
for sellbik'll4ncir - wituoitqldensci. Thello•
ferulapt resides on Railroad street, But
Biradrigham. Tirar;ani issued.
stock Sale.—The following stcoo4 B were
sold last evening on second floor of Com
mercird Sales Rooms. No. lob Sqll44teici
strett l .-1* A: ' •
Third National .. ..... II
GermotflnsurtirtoeCo..... - 85 00
Day Fited.;'—"Wit see iky* the lest King
wodd • Journal, of Wen Virginia that
Elthu Gregg, the man charged withbuna
ing the Preston' county' court house, has
been found guilty, and sentenced to be
bubg on. Friday; September-3d;' 1869; he
tween the hOnris of - 19A;,at. and 3 P. M.
Aitegheil• Park The, Park Commi
ssion held a' Meeting' list 'evening, at
which the iocation of the.liu.mbaidt Mon.
nment was considered. hut no action
take& _ _ The feastiiiiity of, malting -a
road for equestrilin puipoges - atoudd
the Park was also talked of, but nothing
definite decided upon. ‘
_ , .
Pockilbooir Lost-=-Yesterday morning
Mr. Felbaugli, Who bas , a stand in the
Allegheny ttiarket. lain his' pocketbodk,
containing fifty dollarS, on the bench be
side him while hliettention was directed
to a customer for's; tew minutes. When
he looked itrotnad again it bad dLsap
peered. No trace of it could be . diSCOV-,
Emancipation Day.—The _Lincoln In
dependent Grays, :it =arTugsw. -
tion of colored men, with their friends,
celebrated Emaiitipaticol Day by a grand
-picnic and tnilas - meeting yesterday at
Pleasant, Valley ,Greve, accend ward,
Allegheny. "The affair was largely at
tended and passed; off ii 2 abarmonions
manner. - •
..Versonal.:.:PisSengera up and '.down
the ldonongatieliv'river will be pleased to
learn that-Capt. B. W. carmack has again
taken charge of the elegant steamer
ElisliaAtennett., l !l'he,QaptEdn Is flue of
the - moet genial and pleasant gentlemen
acquaintances will cordially welcome his
return to the pi:AlM:in."
. _, _
yp4), ~ ...y 11 _, .9 , 'f_
...f. i .i'l ''
ODDery at FraniunC-13' ri Fzidisy night:.
hat; the wife ofthe ,lisothonotary. of VeZ
napvlo4tori at ',Franklin,'}van brolten
caw, and APOtit. anent; 'idollais in our.:
Toney taken th—erefrnm. OAs the .Pro.
thigmtary isa4l,',ll6l3osite(l.;hift :tapaey'at
metestrateetated'id V etting but little , tp:
11191411thetilldritheiX ,- . l eam ,,
- Peed 144rFrbe_PPIOR,g stinting on
UM ,Panhandle.. A mow. was stopped:
Yeater(W-07341_011440104 of th e tlini2el
atVork's Run, Anima; Per . miles ; from,:
tketity4i , Atte , hrealt will requirseaday ,
or so to be ritialrietlind ire t he - irlian; -
tinto,lDODlPatilisfidllo tleins;irill make
tasi; Direc 4o %
immoithomegs . . . 44 :ou t . , :intrai a , sneet * ln aan g eg
IktillifiAls i ' i pefler th avi reeto O xer4
email go • r , r6 the ensuing year;
+rhea. Fokisa i nzittevD.W C.
elifTolljilitnairJk ., opk,,lngi - IZ ) ,____ o( iitie.
' - Binghsas;fianlltisi tVi•erlies--puwu•
Paul - EC Ike^ ,P'."./PWalter, ;game!
Lyonsaiinat, mow; josepia' F. Den,
e l a ett ty yes.
Murray 4 - --- W 4 fil4ll
terday, which .. v tall, required the
as to settle. He did it by stinting WIT
for setingAleorderip bri„the,house of
Wilson, as Wilson alleged, but Tailed to
OWe, and. sew result JOieph was 1 'eeni
eompelled.4oatettle, - the. - dam lwz paying
the aostsi.Mare having beet' discharged
Abrms#ll - I , iOPIT 3ll 4# l2tilET ! :
-- . • - , ~ ~
tiluidan Death.--BanmakoDook er,
an old and respeeted lithheibl Dayton,
OW. - went - to bed, - on Friday. night;
-*Wit 10 o'clock, apparently—Os well -as
usual.' When bis wife retired, a few
minutes afterward, she found him dead.
It is believed be died iof spoplemy.
tinder.--41.1/ Dayton,!Otdo, 'on Sarin.-
davi evening, John Chamber,' while'rkti.'
der tbe influence of liguertat tt . ttopse
ill-fame, made an assail - 16h
Sehaefer, whom be fatally titabed. ,Cham
hers was arrested, Aytit afterwaids re
-3leased on, ban.
.6aseliall.—The match game= between
the Olympic and Enterprise Wein -ball
olttbs, played at Union' Parityeateiday
afternoon, restated In fad(/ Of the o . ly*
pier. by a score of fifty•twri to . - nineteen.
There was a large 'Crowd in attendance,
and much interestfreir felt' -kr the game.
atriek and ''Jane , Threatin:-"--The
fan:lll3r circle was brokerk:leaterday by
Patrick and Jane Donlielly;itho entered
Biddy, R• residenceKand-terrified the Su-
Mates' Withilefee threat 4
monstrations of a vigorous' character.
For this action'a warrant has been issued
_by Alden:bin Thomas' for the arrest of
Patrlek and Jane. • ' "
sitruck: the , Wrong=' Womant--A man'
mev• perhaps with some impunity Strike
his own wife, bdt 'when he does so with
-anOther'man'e; 'the oase•sesiunetquite a
different phase. - Jerry= Brumley -will
,discover the fbree of , this state
ment,. as :a variant for his arrest has
been issued by . Alderman Thomas: , , Efe
.is 'charged With entering -the house of
'MM. Jones, creating, Mii - rein a row ,and
etriking : Jonois' „wife, 'Wl4ch . , : he should,
not have dime.
he lttouthl.is Cabinet."—A very ne,at
and jadiclowily' arnutged journal fOr
the yehtiGvatiblititorlayll'U. unthboa, •
Esq.,. No. 39 Sixth .avenue has been
laid. on tour table. It is • !beautifully
printed and contains just such reading,
matter as shotdd- he galled ...for by. the_
rising youth, and its price, sixty cents'
Per year, places it within the reach of all.
It should have twenty thousancLeircula
,tion in this neighborhood, ifrita 'high.
Merits were fully known and appreciated._
Allegheny Letter .Carriers.--Rdlow
ing is thereport of the Allegheny letter
carriers for: the month of , July. The
number of letters delivered -during the
paSt month exceeds, by upwards of five
preVlottlimorith shine the thrferSyStem
ht#3 been Introduce& =•
- • • inruvrimb. potaxernn;
Maillietterri • 40,489 - 15,585
In justice. to Officer - Charles 'Garber,
who was Made to figure as - having
grsbbed wave;-dollar Wlfetan a Than
namedZartman, we should say that the;
chaTge was , not warranted, as the dream
atincei growing out 'pf . the bet were not
'of such character as to establish any in
-taut to- commitsfraud: Dir. Garber we
have personally bassi' lor man+ years,
and believe him to be honest and up.
right is all: life _deallegiV. and above do
ing a mean or .diahonest act. He is one ,
of the very best of our , city' police, and
-we are Barry that injahtlea should have
beekdone him through out columns.
TheWesterntruiveridtv. corner of Boas
and tilsinond streets; whose next term
opens_Ansmat_24 offers-all the _advan
tagest'of tiret class liemitiarY,
are *Nen ihreartmehhi,loNilleglate.
CIVIL atiii!Meclutticar Zugineerlog,
Military, Science, Commercial and Pre
paratory.' In - each instruction it is thor
ough and no pains spared to give Batts
...faction. After the freshman , year: if de
sire:LAW-of _the regular- branches may
be - olnitteiLif ineiittivaltdit for .thein be
substituted... Past suCcess warrants the
assgrtion 1 that sttidents are ftuxiished
with as goud-opportunitiew as can be hld
at helm - Or abroad. Parents and guar
dians are earnestly invited Weal' amiss°
for themseiveker send for a catalogue. •
vt'e, are debtor to,our .vrhilom Western
dent. Ek . ..../.4.lnEarren, Eel a Portespoic 4
a copy of the Star of Empire vol. 1, No.
,4; publishect,l' - it,` Tookai -Idnisigk, filled
with htto.rination..celativet to,the State:of,
Kansas,interivstingto those who Contetn•
plate emigrating to the West, depicting'
the wonderful agricultural resources of
that young Titan among the States. Mr.
MeFarren has been appointed ttgetVffir
the,Nallonal Land Uompany, resider. t at
the new and thriving town of Detroit, on
the line of the Union Pacific Railway,
Eastern Divisioii, ninefeen`miles Wed of
,Junction. City, .in ,Dielienhon county,
, Kansas. , Mr: IdcParreni we feel sure,
Will prOve hitosblra capable aiad'elli.'
cientoffieer of the Land Company,and a
prompt, intelligent:and obliging corres
odedeut of any perties In the -Ent who
may seek informationlit his hands.
himy Eaton, aged about ten years,
yes playing with his companions in a
spbte on his father's premises, corner of
Beaver street and •-North alley, .Alle•
gheny, when one of the lade threw down
a pitchfork which he ;had been using,
one of the tines of which passed clear
through youog Eaton's Oat, pinninghim
down, His screams quickly brought re
lief, when he'was carried into the house
and medical attention- procured; It
feared that lock-jaw will result fiem the
wound, brit he seemed'better yesterday.
Monday' morning ~tat uonseithe, etti.
pioyed in, she , family of l!Sr. James B.
Orr, 13eaver' street, - Second ward',` Alle
&mit, died veff suddenly. She had,
bMivalWaren A 43 sciod boat:lib*,
a few minutes be ore her death. While
inttbe; 'kitchen . she sat dot,* and oomc
plaitted of a' difiletilil of breathing.
Sore atpkullellinclould,tte summoned she
:was a corpse. A subsequent medical ex. i
aretThegit Abet abto had died
from heart disease and an inquest was
not ;held: tlidaximrste friends in thevicin
ity,-the mush= per . p,taltencbmto4„by;
tthe fatnilrabd interred liitisOemel .
lOU 9.ffsPFAT•,I) :4= .191 (.1
L. i)143 1 4 Feitivc•V A .fd,
Ant.oBl64llfrtiOsiyiew,toAhe Tio•Ne of
the, colored folife l _ in Pleasant, yeiley ,
butt .unforttinatstY,-,CalnellOittieW Other;
PhilstueltO r .Panlel pot.'
nccsirllbn was nitfaverable, , !
to nevernn t 'hapPyclit falt,seems never
happy ar-all, -masa 'engaged In a row.
tti V i tproVlZ l Ab e g t InArtive
spirt came sted r him y_es rday t
he gave evidencetheraofibY
tog his imiffenkive wife down and trey
ing two, or threfi,
friendg In & el milaril t m
leasinanner. - e
was in tne height Ortiz 'glary, and ibitnt
proceeding to dispbse 2 Of - several -other
picknickers, when the police.',lntiiirAF
ted his festivities and damped the aid or
of his-ertjaymentibyeSOPOing #.OOO
Allegheny ltick-ttp, where he was al
lowedto-aparld thellisMitgler of the day,
and last. evening. i lia will be attended
to this morning._
.PIMBUIPL , G42ErrFA
A -,--4,:kr;_rtetser, ,_ .
birgeokini - 0+; fitgLia*:4 L y - 1 13
'occupied by - ttn ettVertisamentl= Dr: -
Keyser, who has been a constant *dyer,
riser in the Gamma,
for , tiearlYtwenty
Years. he C has established a
tt:alt49dlniiila City in the line of dial'
liases*lich , lie preps:nee 'to deal with,
that ;fa - truly' enviable. • Those- Or our
- miners who have paid attention tains
zdverasements can artlie at but one con
cloak:m.4 and-that is, that the man Who
writes them must, at least, thoroughly
, understand thetsubjecle upon which he
writes. • The arrangement of the matteri.
itself, leaving out the iticontegnableivti
deuce furnished by :. the cures
e Ives, stamp the Doctor 'as a; man of no
dinars ability. The 'array or facts
minced in to.day's GAzqrrit are . of
ch a character, and" so forcibly 'suer
'tied bY each a number of witnesses,
as to-render all doubt out of the ones.
tion.,,,Tlieonly wonder writhave or any
Ono can have, is, that -the DoetZu. Is not
overpowered with work and wholly un
able to meet the demandemane upon his
*vices. -yve commend -the 'matters of
, whicli•tie treats to the consideration of
our readers, with.; the - , assurance , that
they can in no wise •extffer from a trust
t repoSe4 ha so worthy and useful a Mem.
liter of our community. - , • .
ISt. Xavier's Academy.' • .
Weeltewhiatie publish to-daY - the rates
.f St LaVier'a.A . .cademy for. the tuitiOn
of yo ladies. : -No better place for the
eduCation tof.girimi ezistain the United
Staiek,' and "none is i condictea
more tact, enterprise and, ability .': The
curriculum embraces all-the branenes
' essential to a plain or. polished English
and classical ~education,. white' the fine'
- arta 'are by .no means- neglected. The
:Academy la under the4Clusive -control
of the Steele ciliary Whose ,religious
trainhi and the austerity of their lives
devote 4 to,thelf Mester must have great
influence's'. shaping and moulding „the
Minds and•Charactere of those submitted
.to their charge. Scarcely a community
,in the - countrybut boasts in. , polite so
ciety of graduates from St.: Xavier, and
they are.the best recommendation in
, themselves, which the noble institution
could. ; desire. . The buildings of the
Academy are all new and , models of
,comfort and convenience. They
''are situated in a delightful • and. health
giving spot, away from the -MONO and
turmoil of a busy world. We' bespeak
for Si. Xavier's a fuhijabare of the patron
age of our friends having girls to educate.
In the United States District Court
yesterday , morning, a decree of tbrfelture
was, issued in the case of the" United
States vs. two cases of leaf tobacco, a lot
of cigars, et WM", claimed by Halstead ca
Miller, and the sale`ordered.
A similar writ was issued in the case of
-the VattedSMUTS. the distillerret ails
owned by Charles Montague. Writs in
the nature of a ben ex.. were ordered in
each cue. returnable the first Monday of
In the Circuit Court, in the matter 01
the estate of Michael Allen., deceased, F.
G. Bailey, Erq., resigned the receiver
'hip, and the court appointed Dr. 11,. Wray
in his stead. - •
A. bill is equity Was filed by John C.
Bryan vs. 'Fisher, Morris &Co. to rows
er for en alleglid infringetient of patent
"drilling jars. -
Yesterday morning about six o'clock
-a mui giving his name as Thomas White
was picked up in the yard at the Union
Depot, by officer Wooldridge, who ob.
served-lifuilyl4 there apparently very.
badly Injured: An investlgation - sliowed
;that Ilia telt foot and ankle were badly
,cut and sprained'and that his back had
been injured in some way. He could
give no account of the manner_ in which
beim' been hart, but it was 'supposed
that he bad been walking along the
trar.lr—of the _Panhandle road in an in
toxicated condition and:,:been:, struck by;
a train. Subsequently it was ascertained
;from him that he had come from Louis
• eon'the towboat "Star," but had no
friends here. He was removed to the
Maine Hospital, where he will - remain
until recovered. '
A young man• was released from the
lock-up yesterday who displayed could
erable,aptitgattfor. gettiPg-in .1114.914.,A.
the smile. •• He WltS . arrested threeor four
times Since hioridaY night: The first
time:he paid the fine; the second time
pawned his gold watch; the third time
persuaded the officer to accompany him
to a certain house for the money to pay
the fine and when there victimized the
official by'going in the house and disap
pearing out the back way. , Yesterday.
ne was rearrested and endeavored to beg
off, but finding this no go,' he finally
pawned hie watch the second time, hav
ing redeemed It the first time. He thus
secured' sufficient funds to 'set him at
liberty. Drunkenness was the cause of
his arrest-, ,
The following persons have been
chosen As teachers - fOr , the . Third; ward
ant, Miss Mary Oglesby, Second assist.
ant Anna Frazier, -Grammer depart
mt BUM ' Black: Id, 'M. Len
kart, L. G. Tite, Mary MOlatattg,
Gomnill. • ' • •
BroWel.istie thiamin. .1 •
Primary Department, S. J. May, Sadie
McEwen Jennie B. Dallas, Gorgie
Neely, Jr Login,4l. .!Coopei, Til
lie Jamison, Maggie Galbraith, Ada
Rho ee, -.A nna taitth Adal.r . 4
Jenn e Atehdhel an,-"vaiting teacher,-
E. J. Bennett.
A twel / cial election was held in the
First Yrar / ii,Alleghiriyitellitiel a#;1431111
the vacancies occasioned by the resigns
tlo of. i 8.1 r 9; of - Abe-00p, blenr
and (r . 4 11. Flirty/fat of the Select
branch of the City Councils. There
lowing wgt,s3/ / tl}eillwidtk Fl 4 :3
strttyneti .1-i .eakt te .14 4202
Jerrtallyricier... ',IA i• - +; • v) .4 1 -14/11-gg
. . .
The. Great Naves' Crescent 'City Oirayla
performers, will visit Birmingham on
FridAy p, The best.. horsaa c „ bes) 'clowns,
best gytdrudds, bOat vahltetii arirrtum
biers in the country are gathered together
.PlPPinitallrainft r VitA ,
w. Nt., 2 r. X. and 734 , P. x.„.at No. 20 Bt.
Vu t*d Stites Conn:
In and Out.
- 1 4tpys' 4, :mga
TIM Plguefil4,6_l*Dt•-neoPlitzed - .. - Azt
1-ottulteleettnryoljr. bt---,New Blames
~_Trnifolini-aracte au Thanksgiving
ill' ii " it 'ti r th e,
Last eVO ng .iiscou mee Imo
"Duquesne Grays" was held in the Hall
athe Young Men's Jackson Association,
Third National lank building, corner of
Wood and Third streets. The meeting
was called 3WOrtlet :at" eight; =o'clock.
Cant. J. B. Meore Pit:id - ding, and M
.J. Albeitz acting as Secretary. The
'ininutelfpf thqpi'eFetiltigmestipg sherd
jead,P l l iiitrOve d ! -1 ' :-, , _ ,;
CON -TITIITION AND BY LAW&
I . .Mr. James Petrie, from the Commit
' tee on Constitution -slid - By-laws, re
ported that the Committee had learned
that the old Constitution of the organi.:
zaticnivka Alain etietence, - and *GUM
be procured. The Committee have there
fore done nothing in tEcildatter. It was
ascertained, that the .old Constitutio n .
had riot ye E been discovered. - ' •
• Captain Kennedy suggested ,that the
Semmittee write to the . Washington
Constitution and By-laws of that organi
zation, which, he salcli—was similar to
that ofe Did- DPcine# l2 e i g `• raY B . • A mc"
,tion.tili thatiffett was me „ ~ ; 1 •!.
'Mr. George liV. Leonard said the old
Constitution had been—in tko. hands of
, - Thomas M. Little, deceased,late a mem
ber of the companY, arid he thought it
might yet, be founcL. -- • • -,- ..: •
. On mution'the Cflannaittee on Cettititti
. lion and:By.Laws witeecintinned: ' , "
~ No action, was taken,on _Caps. Keine
dy's motion. - It 'whit understood;„how:-
ever, that in the event of failure to .diti:
cover the old Constitution, the Commit
tee would write for a copy of that of the
' Col. - W. B."Neeper, from the-Commit
tee on Uniforms, exhibited a sample of a
Part of the uniform worn by , the Seventh
New yoldellekitikentitionelliting - efiltrar
coat and 'blue - cap. 316 reported that
Mr. Hale had pr: pased to furnish the
uniform, consisting 'of coat, pants, epau
The Committee appointed to examine
the State laws in reference to the organ.
ization - of military companies, reported
throtigh,the,Chairman, John McClaren,_
Esq.; that there was nothing in She „laws,
that would interfere with this organize
lion. Mr. McCiaren held that the Du
quesne Grays, as an' organization, had
never, been dissolyed and :it therefore
- cauict 'Within - the - meaning 'of the law re
lating Sq,old military _corapanies,.• which
can prOcuilititins an& eqiiipinents:frotti
the State upon the officers giving the
On motion of Mr. J. C. Bnifum the re
port' was accepted and. the Coinmitteci
continued. , . . • . ...
• A number of additional names were
enrolled. The number now reaches forty.
Mr. Petrie fildiiLtliht according lei Zia
'old constitution, mgmberswere required
to pay four doilars per annuls'. •He
would, therefore, move that a President,
Secretary and Treasurer be elected to
serve until spermanentorganization was
effected, in order that the dues paid in
might be properly taken care of.
Capt. Kennedy moved, as an amend:
ment, that the officers now acting be con
tinued. Carried. •
Mr. Buffam moved that a temporary
Treasurer be -- chosen We the - pirrpOilitrof
receiving and disbursing the moneys Of
the company untilits permanent organs-
cation'. Carried. -, •
Capt. John S. Kennedy was then nom
inated and unanimptudy elected tempo
rary Treasurer.;',..-„, ~....
Mr.:Petrie moyedSluit, a Committedbe,
appointed tolirocute, DO arm for lbw ,
use of:the company. , • The on str4
-.carried, and Messrs- - James trie, J".C
-Buffum and S. H. Dtmseath rt-Oappetti=
bin - Petrie inoved;the adoption of - tl4"
uniform reported by the oeinmitter:
with the exception of the cap.': tr....r-
tCol..Neeper move4ss an aulapdmaig
he adoption of thentyle of uniform wort'. .
by the Seventh New Ydrk Regimeliti• •
which:was earried_ .
~, Tax VIREO PAliltDß,•• -,'"''
here wen- an informal" discussion - h . ;
re and d to tho fait ,parade of The com
pu y, in whieh it appeared that thersir
ga,ultation.cduld not ,beTtompleted end'
equipped before the iniddie oUNovcio4
bar. -FroM'tthe dpoussien we inferred
that the 'Oafs" vill make their. tyq
appearance. on Thanksgiving Day. ...1:,
dir...Sarbev e rnovol• ;hat each'inernber
be reituired to pay '2;50 per week until
Thanksgiving day; the PlxrPose- 'of
paying for'ilpiforms. CarriertPA, ...._,..,;,.
Captain Kennedy moved that the firth
payment be fss, and-that the paymdnfli
oo!nmence on nex.G.Tuesday night. Ca N
pol. Neeper mope d : : that all who feel
dispinied, have perudision.to pay-in.theiz
first weekly, installment -at once. The
motion was durried, and &large npmber
of tlie members contributed sums of 'lwo
and a a half and five dollars.
'he meeting adjourned to meet in the
.e hall on neat Tuesday evening.
Interesting to Farmers.
ra112143113.1111d others having lands or
other property for sale will find . the
"Pittsburgh Real Eltate Register" an ex
cellent mediuni by which they can bring
their property. before the public. It is
published by the enterprising Real Es
tate Agents, Clroft tt Phillips,llo. 139
Fourth avenue, and . will be sent by mall
' , free" to any one regnesting 'it. The
extensive real , estate business done by
this firm fully justifies them. in publish
ing and circulating gratis a work of . thiS
kind. All intbrmation Concerning the
manner of dofng inisineSS Will be found
in tbe , „Regtato6 •• • • , •
Forward - your address and-obtain a
copy or Call at'tbeir office as above. ddrg,
t e lit Ra Ibg;
lUdellicesialtrAfet Iliifbara Moue,
are now engaged in a lively discussion,
which has already ISiZinvolific of several
snUl dttk Ater crealbara wi x l4 :
eoud ei bu d lars • ,
or g Albin fo re it; .
.Barbara allno-Aluit o Vato ff carried off
.twelve dollara Wertit'brEwir _wearing sp.
eared. Alderman Mc:Masters was enter
tained wnksthe imolutiow...3of-thisr legal
tangle; While - the dislithatta - enga ged 1n
another field of o rations, resulting in
for assaultilitid AlKethalakitttiguiing
sr_proeeentrix and Barbera as defendant.
Tbe 13 4 4 0, 11 ). ! ) .*thi i . • -
A. new warnaturnAwne.„,;„,ourreadik,
it womt.,l7l' anythinic ti=the farniMrellpe
loth pleene' ? call. 44 - the, 4intenitne wank
rooms of Fr H. Berger,. Noo 88 iihntihfield
"Mt , befx*PlF9 l .41)04 elsewhere. "
%11:1144644 JrVb iskoucitom
e atm drritigxitNci.lo 13g. titer
street: Balm - to- commence TM:midst,
5 t4; 1914:014100 vutil 0 4 ;0,6
• •.• , •
yadlei w 1 ringl a comillate.aesortMent
of fine goads, trimmings, &e.,
bead's, 81 Market street. ff ;41
Dry uooda Store at aUction,. No. 20 St.
yinit° treat , eOutunencingltiuroday, Ati
gattAn.:: i . - , „
~Y.~; _ ' : n ..ti~..r *..y .~.... Q _~ n w'ki.:.:. i.Cr.
~i~ , ~II~ ~~ViiY
_Regular Meettng—Street Paving—The
lionoUgaltela Vatley Railroad—New
A. regular monthly meeting of the
Council of the borough of Birmingham
was held had eveniofi t ln,the office of
In the absence, of the Bn!gess Mr. Atr
terbtAy was called to the chair. A
Present—Messrs. Oliver, Schwerin,
Mcllwain, Ward and Doyle. y'•
The minutia of the meetings
were'read and approved.::.t
-,.l"he-Chairanext read a petition 'from' the
owners In property on , Ninth street,
south of Carson street, requesting that
the Counaile authorizs 'grading and
paving of the street, _ '
-On motion, the Petition was referred
to the Street l Committee,
Mr. Atterbury stated that he had ex
*mined the accounts of -the various
borough.:officers, and found the same
correct. . • :
The Chairmen read the bill of Sleuth-
bach, Reese & Co;, for i 178,27 to c psNizo?,
done, and on ;notion the billt was rote/•
red to the - Finance Couitnittee; Wee
Mechanics' of thMechanics' Rose conipany
for 76,75; salaiy of Janitor, house expen
ses, &c„which tin motion was ordered -to
be_paid. ." • ' • -
Warranttcwera ordered inlayer
various - borough officers for sal:
and anninber of bills present
OCCOPANOR OF STREETS HT 'HAM
1:4 1 4
Tbe Chairman theorea&the op
the Etoroctet.So il eitori.A.lfred Re
in reference:to the right of the
galiela Valley Railroad Compan to _se
lect. any s treet -of the, ,borp upon
which to ley lie Aracks. The stop on is
as follbwi: : - • •
A general railroad law was ' by
the Legislature the4th day of April, 1868.
The 12th section of this Act' forb direny
company fbrmed under it 4,0 ent e r upon
any street, lane or alley in any city or
borough, without the consent ,such
city or borough. • -.
'---,,A special act of Assembly waspassed
on the Bth day of April, 1867,1 (servo-,
rating the - Mohoggithela Railroad inpa
ny, and a supplement"tthereto - wag used
on Pie 81st • day' ofMarch, 1868. • Wei.
these acts the Company would have the
right to lay: its track upon any of the
Streets -of the borough, as its Directors
might deem most convenient, ..witheut
the consent of the borough. . • . ~ .
The Solicitor then stated , that be was
not Inforined as to ender which of the •
laws the present . company is Organized,
but the impreesion was that it is Organ
ized under the general law'of 1868. • If
so, no street can be entered upon with t
rc i titti
out consent 'Of - e 'borough. -If organ
ized tinder the a laiv,- the company' ,
MD use finch st 'as best suit -thorn
without the consent of the authorities.
Of course. Carson street is excepted on
account of the Passenger Railway Com
pany having vested interests in that
street. Under thews latter _acts_ there
would be only a question of the damage
done to private property: • - • • •/-
Burgess Salisbury now appeared and
"took the chair. • ,
Mr. Oliver then moved that the opinion
I be referred to the Railroad , Committee.
Carried.' . ,
Mr. Kerr asked the Council to author-
Ise him to discontinue the suit against
Joseph Walton for wharfage. , •
„..,„ Oa motion of Mr. Ward, the Solicitor
was so instructed. /
THE HONONGATIVA VALLEY RAILROAD.
Mr. Briggs, President of the Mononga
hela Valley Railroad Company, was pres
entouid ,bv-invitation made a few , re
marks. ,Be stated that the Company were ,
anxious to procure the_ right of way, and
he desiredro know if the -matter was in
the hands of a Committee. He was
answered in the affirmative,
stated, that anew plan had ' been
presented by the Company, shoWing
a new route through the borough. In
stead of traversing Manor street, Breed
street has been selected by the Company,
then along Mary Ann street and Into
Manor street between Ninth and Tenth
streets ; This route would be more de
sirable, being of an easier grade, and
Breed street would /I/Bird—the Company
more radiate: for depot purposes. He
stated that there was very little, if any.
opposition to' the • Breed street route
through Enid Binisingham, and the Corn:
parry had not any diffieulty about the.
route through- Birmingham. " - -
A member .stated -that there was de
cided opposition -among the citizens of
Breed street, in Birmingham, to the
route. - -
Mr. Briggs remarked that the Manor
street route had never been approved by
him,,and had only been recommended
by the City Engineer: He had consulted
the President of the -Pennsylvania Rail
road, and hestiggested the Breed street
route as the best-t - - That Company's En t
gineer had - examined the. Breed street
and also reported in its favor.
Mr. Atterburi suggested that the Coun
cil hold a !special meeting a week hence
to 'consider the aubjecj of :granting ,the
right asked by the Company ; -
On motion of Mr. Schwerin, the . Coen
cir agreed to meet on' Saturday afternoon
next for the purpose' of going 'over the
route with Mr. Briggs and examining
the same. . . - • • • , _ :
On motion of Mr.. -Ward, „the. Burgess
was authorized to -pay Messrs. Hastings
& O'Neill 11,000• in sums as they desired
_ . - _ -- ___ ___.__•
On motion of Mr: Oliver, a warrant
was ordered in favor of the Street Corn
mitisioner fOr two hundred dollars' for
the current Month.
On motion, the School Directors were
permitted to place a cinder walk in front
ofithe sehool house on Fourteenth street.
*Pram as .4 Maidents Bhtstm is . the I
propels:thy ..Complesitlß which follows
tissues Haggsn's i•Mogookis 41403. alt is
the True BecretScr.)Pela •Feldliehahle
Utdiss in Society 0000 0 V:his.
The, kg ..114. *lnt I.ho
eaduntis , Giti into a ' !Cit y e'3. , :tfqrs rap
Idlythatitaititlitirinie thing. • - •
Redness, - Stillborn, "Tan, — 'Freckles,
"Blotches antVall' elibbts Of 'the &Wither
stinadimppearimben it is used,, and s
'genial,. cultivated. a .itesir•-espressicm,..hs
101441 1 4 0 d 'Which ?Wilk the , Bloomo•af
I m P l ath.• _Beauty
.1' P9104119t0a ll
invest: 74, cants St. any Tespepts. le
store and P4OO l th, .4410, 3 1 1 ,
108 *mints. butt - o , oo's Hathstrect to
this* the Mir. JJ • a - • • strf,F.
I. • 0.1 -
ficods NOR, 0001siaxiieetist
meal, gall. st.the .00outiseatisl:.; Fi4o
below Vest oince.
- • •
146 - Ood 'oAyles e iliest'fabb!Ola
and PoPular__OUtP 3 -4 ,3l o orheadV;lBl
Aittcil be Plaid it auction, at • Ito. 7A' St:
Clair straaii tales viptaimenaing Thursday
m o r igniv; ;
irrinß 4 RP 01, 1 w 1 ,)All one
ehfaild & , elm
6 maw.. itig
PO., No ,S 2 St. clot street , - '
ta :gouda, -tr np, an 407
dress' goodiat W. W. Woriiisaittfi J NO.
El Market etTbet4' - •
As more o,sersighty thousand dollars'
*Portia: Of atook.,tecoMne . still`unsold,
W. Barker, Jr.„ 'Administrator, has -
been authorized to continue the, great
closing out sale at, tbe: warerooms of •J.
W. darker & Co., 59 Market street, for
'ten days lony,er, before rendering his
account. In order to induce purchasers,-
goods will be reduced still lower.:Many •
articles will be offered at twenty-jive per t
cent, less than they can be purchased in .. .
the eastern markets at the 'present time.
-The stock, which saw. be gaidd,•embraces
desirable Fall and .Wittter goods, such
aaMerinom Wools, Long Shawls, Blank
eta, Dark and. - Medium',Dress Goods,
Cloths, Cassimeres, etc., etc. - Ti'holessle
and retail Invent' should by 'all' - means
- embrace this opportunity . or rePlenish
ing their etock, as the prices are de- -
'cldedly low and the-goods must be-clos
'-ed out.. au4 4t.
Dlaririn!s Crackerf.—Maryin, on Lib
erty street, akes sujierior 'mcrackers of
all antlevery variety,sod.sorcte kinds of
the beat; are not znae; at any other' es.-
tablishm ent. - 'They are sold. by all gro
cers and nainriiiimailk effi6r`fainily.
New and seasonable Dry Goods at'ano
non, at No. 20 Sr. Clair street, com.
manning Thursday, A.ngnst. sth, and to
continue Until all'are Sale at 934
A., it., 2 p. 3r. and 73i P.
Meals at all hours , day and evening,
at the, Centinental, Filth avenue. The
tables ate 'sunplied with the be,st the
Offer, at - low pri 9, '
- Figtired Grenadines;
f. (Ladies under garments
Chapped , lace And, all rciughz
news of the sidn," certab3ly cured by
using the Juniper' '.%ap, made by
Caswell, Hazard = New York. It
siirpaases all other remedies as it will pre
vent roughness 'of the skin if used 'du
ring-cold - weather. It is easily applied,
avoiding all the trouble = of ,the greasy
compounds „now in. use. , It can be used
by ladies, _ with
_the njost. tender- skin,
without irritation or making it kit
and clear. Sold by Lhec rugßlStB ge m
Teats !tor, Vamp' Alestings r —Htuiting
and Fishing parties; "Wall". and
iiHospitati , • tents, good lib EIBIV at J. H.
Johnston's, 170. Sinittitiald _street, . Pitts
btirgh/ • - •
Renmairts of dress goods, silks and
poplins and*oor goods, &cap at J. M.
, . .
Attentive IN alters, neat -tables, - the la==
test delicacies oftheneason; at the "Con
tinental," Fiftia'avenue;.beliiw the Post-
. A Wew Furman House.—Our rollers
in want of an' ythinginthe furniture line
will please call at the extensive . ware
rooms of F. H. Berger, No. 88 SinlefiellA
street, before purchasing elsewhere. -
ws:4w • - . •
The Continental, Fifth avenue, below
the Postollice, is the mnat convenient
restaurant for business "met in the city.
Anttion Sale of Dry Goods, No. 20 St.
Clair street, commencing Ttntraday,--An
gust btb, and to continuo until all , hie
'sold. Sales at 934 a. M. and 2 and 734
Birmingham will be made Jively on
Friday next with the - presence of the .
great Cresent City,Circtisof C. W.lloyea r ,
which is very generally conceded,to be
the best now traveling.
Merchants, Lawyers, Physiblans,
tem, Clerks and the community gee s •-•
ally are the patrons or the .Continental,
Fifth aVenne, below.the Post Offiee;'
DIED: ..- . • .
Travietts-on Monday might, , Angoit •
1669. JOHN FRANCIS TN.EVE4B, In, the-5M_
'Tat of his age. , ' •
The funeral will take'placcltas
at 3 ci.c3ock, Mona the tesidenob of Ids parepies .
on Washingtodstreet,•Pittathutb. ThittlendS •
of thelamily are respectfully Melted to tined.:4
• COOK.-Tuesday morning: Angus ;3:1 - at •
CIIRISTOPSaB COCK. sited OS-Years.
The funeral will take piece frttllla Atf- 01 . 51-
deice. (butlers street, '6ltegiitfts:titt., Cate
Maneheater. airiseirO9m •
The friends of the family ate InviteillWatiend.
UNDERT _ .
TAKER. tea , re ETILEE.T. -
iteburgLl. Pad COFF/1413 Of all liuis.C.B.A.Pr6, -
G LOVE, 1:0MT eft ery description or Fr treerilieUlft
Dial:g Goods Ita• Witted. Knows one- ,
Cerrlsses farnisuou fo: city Um rals
ssues tzieS—B4Y.Dr.vld Kerr. D.D. seejek.
Jaeolautduller:ioD. D.., Thomas Ewing, Kroi•• 'TtAr. , 3
!`ARLES "E‘ PEEELES,
-DERT-LICEES AND 'LIVERY sTABLES.
7ooreel • f ft&RDESKY STREET AND C'EITECIE •
.A V ElfP 4-11,40.3211C1fT. where theIrCOI , YIN
ELKBile s:e constantly . _ nwplied vita real and
imltaticr. .ILo- ewood.• Z5110g3 11 .7 and•
Calyx, .atPrlcela clidlringtrora ti LO UPI?. 80. -
-dies prepared for try artnant. Ilearses sad-Cie. 1
rtagea ranalete.it also. rinds of MoerElat
Goode; If required. Oitlee open mail L'Oirrak 413 , •
and olrbr. • • • -
t PBC reemis
Persons who are fratferitur frima weak eyes or r ,f
(limners of ittion can tlll4 110thltir better so - re— 3
store them to their properstands.ra than by :icing
THE' SCOTCH - PEBBLEAPECTACLESr
An article We ,eats guranteeto be genuine, ana,, ;
at env% a 'price that •• hey Will -come within this—,
tenth °rah: vU_we.ashfaforyontotaltan4 5
examine *es°. and we win - PlitmeAlkeix frfue .
erttyn!rer all otherS. •,, • - • _
, , ,
aziOzwariacti OPT 116 - FIFTH
3 1 24 . NUS.= .;4`.
VEIIIII - CHANT' - TAILORS.;,.:-_
4 410 1 1 11 n=
1 W 0414 2 =tra t rer '3l i ) ; l 4 *:; l 4 4l4 40 1
SPRING-TWOS OF GOODS
JSOLICIUBRIALI EASILCALLe . s•
• :-:ot /
zirvoi - - . .Penn , Sixth Stteetee,
- " MESPENSEIO 11 CO:
t •• AO: 'ECM 11T88313:: , 11$1* 81.
hare Dist received trite? Ilie:bad ilta 8(6111
lot Of Few Goods fer Bprivil3Oitietet W4EO
f4i • 'de 14u - el:. pie eimwarr>tat r toe fa a dlt
tia'ate is 1104,017• 4 ztvw. 4 9ll• 3 rale4pl
did titscelditdal faRML / 11.105'8:ML8/811,
GOODS ate -at" ail tam to Oa Mud at
Dante: liasabarl 13140 laiills2 •