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CITY ,OD giriqMß4o.
TEE Gszwrirs fir tiehett in the city
the ..eix dip of the weak , for IL cents Per
week t by mail, 1.3 per annum.: 3 mos., V.
Allegheny Councils will meet to-mor
row night. •
Fall llouse.-.Mayot Drum had nine
'eases before him yeaterdsy. _Something
nzu?st.44lf9rTgesdnYMloPitilg.-.- - 7'
Committed. -- Yesterday Alderman
*eine committed for a , bearing W. H.
Shannon, charged with larceny as baileer,
on oath of J. S. Davis.
Peaches are becoming plenti, the
markets,.but the prices don's seem to
decline. There's great room forlln2 prove.
-went in this respect.
Workmen were, eng_ged'y sterday in
laying a double track for the 'Miners
vile Passhnger Railway on Fifth avenue
between Grant arm Ross 6trests.
Iteleased.--Biartinßrawdy was itileased
_on bad 'yesterday.' Martin la charged
-with felonious assault 'and battery, and
will be heard at the neat term of Court.
stightri Floa:4—Yeaterda3r4 Irnorning a
Blight the occurred at Braddock's Field's
by which a one story frainelhouse
•partially destroyed. We di not learn
The Allegheny Parkwas pro - videdwith
the new seats from- Boston.: yesterday.
We noticed munners- of weary , pedes
trians taking advtmtage :of , them 'last
evening: ' • - -•
1103gtor, 4 1114411133M-4341110:1law8o1,
yesterday, made information before the
'Mayor, charging Maggie Williams with
keeping a bawdyhanse. latekgie was ar
rested and held to bail for a bearing.
Obstructing Street. Cars.—A. couple of
•coalliaulers were btotight before Alder
man Donaldson yesterday; charged with
-obstruoting therunning of the Carson the
Citizens Passenger Railway. They were
held feria hearing. Saturday. ,
Postponed.—HiSey and Best have
agreed to postpone their race one week
from the time ' designated. It will come
offa. week from next. Satitrday. The
Monongahela course has been abandoned
and a new one will be selected. _
IPic-ttic. —The annual of St.
sohdols will be held at - Iron City
Park, on ,Thursday,. the 12th inst. A
special train will leave the Union Depot
at nine o'clock. A pleasant time may be
maticipated by those whq attend..
The Paid Fire Departmint question is
-likely to come before the Allegheny
. Counclis at their next meeting. dome
.sort of paid system will undoubtedly be
adopted in our sister city; as :the idea
meets With universal approbation.
VIEW High\ Way* If Ga
tins maddinformation:YeaterdaV, before
Alderman Taylor, against Frank Toner,
for highway robbery: Galina alleges
Toner knocked bitn down and carried off
his wAtoli and chain, valued attn. War
rant med. ; •
Alleged False Pretense.—Moses Green
bourn- made information before Alder
man Stewart of Allegheny, yesterday,
algaliud , J. H. Huff tor
_obtaining a lot of
goods by - false pretense. Huff was,,ar
rested, and in default of ;bail was com
mitted for trial.
A Tentimiance , Mass Meeting, was held
in front of City Hall, _ Allegheny, last
evening. Several addreases were made
by advocates of the cause, who strongly
advocated a prohibitory, law, and the
election of the temperance candidate for
Bad Language.—Mrs. McCabe, of the
Third ward. Allegheny, -Complained to
Alderman Bolster yesterday that Mrs.
Eisenberg had .used bad languatie to
ward her, calculated to , cast an im uta-
Aion on her character. The official 1. ued
a warrant for the arrest of Mrs. Uteri
,Bold Robbery. 'Yesterday morning
-about six o'clock Michael Hinds a real
-, dent of Kittanning, was attacked while
passing - the Elevator, by two men,
knocked down and robbed of a watch,
$25 in money and a number of letters
and valuable papers. Where were the
iteartrendlug.—Certainly Mary Dod
,‹; son acted in a disorderly manner yester
day if she used obscene language toward
her neighbor. Mrs. McCabe, and threat
enedlo Wiz' that ladioa ligart jtaaand
Aldermen Moreland acted properly in
arresting and compelling her_ to give
tlell unable case could be investigated.
somebody hiei, suggested that a tunnel
Might be cut through Seminary 11111.
Strom Irwin avemue t 6 Rebecca street, and
:4itted np in the center wiPt• a refresh
ment saloon, which could be made a
source of profit. The suggestion has
been referred .reipectfulir4o the Park
• Commission . ;It will Probably get no
Ia Daily Fear --Mrs. Catherine'Ham
iltoniftated to Alderman Bolster yester
day that Mrs. Caroline Miller had threat
ened `to, do her bodily harm, which
causes her to be in daily fear that the
threat will be executed. 'The magistrate,
in an official mannar, notified Mrs. MU.
ler,. to ca ll at hia.pffiee and give bonds to
.keeti %helme) towardsi her neighbor.
M — . •
issing Xtatt.—A few evenings since, a
raft of pinelnmber, value d at 075. mys
t,erionsly, disappeared from the landing
on the Allegheny river at the foot of
Eighteenth, street. The raft was owned
IStr..,Are.; MoUlintook, who yesterday
made- sinfortruition behrre Alderman
Keeper, against Stephen Yorkers, °bars•
ingida vfitit . ..taking it sway. warrant
was Isenett. , : 4 - - ."
14eclety ofthe Reatidtteads.—The third
annual meeting of this society will be
Pal dAtjqqa!, Bflgbtoit. On the Nth: of Sep
tember next, (anniversary of the battle
Of South Mountain) at two o'clock, P. at.
The orator of the day is Rev. J. W.
onneoif O r h Wamthmboersn ;
que a ed n a d s
;the meetlup •
Biting Morse.--Yetterday Margaret
Caitiy madelnfortnation before Mder
man Koenig against A. Martin, of the
k f irm o f ~ isigatojrVo;,. wtibtesille Coafec
-timers, Allegheny, charging' him with
t keeping •a viciotts horse: T kid proseatr
tris alleges she was passing the animal
when It, reaobed. forward and bit her se
verely on the arm. The aoculod waived
hearing and gave bail for Wart.
- night a boarder at Mrs. Hare's, Ormsby
street, Birmingham, had a valuable
silver watch and his pooket-bOok, con
taining five dollars in money and valu
able papers, stolen from his room. the
robbery was revealed yesterday morn
lag, simultaneously with the discovery
that two of the boarders had flout" their
bills and mysteriously disappeared. The
/ police are cm the lookout.
CENTRAL BAUD OF' EDIICLTION
Regular Monthly n ee iteg—Reports of
Committees —1 Igh scnool colored
A regular monthly meeting of " the .I
Central Board of Education was held
yesterday, (Teiesday,) August 10th. 1869,
at two o'clock r. at., in the High School
Building, corner of Wood street arid
Members present: Messrs. Brash,
Chadwick, Craig. Caddy, Duncan, Fiero
log, Getty. Harrison, Humbert, Mays.
Mitchell, Neckermann, Sergeant, Taylor
and President Wilson.
'The minutes of the preceding meeting
were read and approVed.
SUYERINTENhENT'S REPORT. -
Mr. Dean, Principal of the High School,
submitted, the following report:
GENTLEMEN: Since my last report , to
your honorable body, . I have become pos
sessed of sufficient information as to the
wants of the High School for the ensuing I
year tojastify me in asking you to pro
vide for it rinother room and another
teacher. The vacancy in the proposed
schedule can be satisfactorily filled by a
female of requisite kind and degree of
scholastic attainments. It is probable
the l lteard will have no' difficulty in find-,
in such.a person.
The report was received.
Mr. Sergeant, Secretary, reported ver
bally, that the .warrants drawn during
the month amounted to 5972.74.
The report was received.
THE COLORED BCHOOL.
Mr. Mays, Chairman of the Committee
on Colored Schools, submitted the fellow.
GENTLEMEN:--"Yonr Committee on Col
ored Schoole, to whom was referred the
petition of-colored citizens praying for
the selection of J. B. Taylor as Principal
of said school, would respectfully submit
the following report:
After the object of the meeting had
been stated by the, Chair to be the hear
ing of such facts and charges as those
present could offer and estabish two
complaints were presented against Mr.
Atwood: First. That ho had absented
himself from the city institute and other
educational measures of the city, and,
Second. That he had placed an unquali
fied person in the school to teach in his
The first of these complaints was ex
plained by Mr. Atwood to the satisfaction
of the Ownmittee, and the second was
explained by the Chairman of the Com
mittee (who was cognizant of the facts)
in such a manner as to relieve Mr. A.
from all blame in the 'ratter.
No charges were preferred against Mr.
Taylor, except the same acts which caused
his separation from the school last year.
, The Committee, therefore, beg leave to
submit the following resolution and rec-
Commend 'its adoption:
Besolved, That your Committee hereby
recommend there election of Sir. D. W.
Atwood as Principal of -the Colored
Scho4Y, of this city for the ensuing school
The report was received.
Ur. Craig moved the adoption of the
Rev. Mr. Peck being present was call
ed upon to make a statement. Mr. Peck
responded by presenting a petition num
erously signed by colored people reccom
mending the election of Mr. Atwood.
Mr. Hopkins, a colored man, replied to
lir. Peck, by stating that he had noth
ing farther to say in favor of Mr. Taylor,
except that ho hold a better certificate
than Mr Atwood, and should therefore
have the school. The school he said had
been going down since Mr. Atwood's ad
ministration. 13e had nothing further
The question on the resolution was
then called for and the resolution was
On motion of Mr. Mays, Miss Mary
M. Ware the present incumbent, was
elected intermediate teacher for.the en
suing year. and Mrs. Emily. Burr was
reelected primary teacher. The present
Janltrix was reolected.
Mr. Craig moved that the matter of
providing'an additional room and teacher
for the High Khoo!, recommended in the
report of the Superintendent, be taken
up. Referred to the committee on High
Mr.Neckermati said that while con
sidering that matter he desired to call
the attention of the Board to the neces
sity of an advantage to be derived from I
the introduction of the German language
into the High school.
Mr. Craig replied that that Matter was
already under consideration by the com
mittee on High school.
On motion of Mr. Getty, Rev. Mr.
Brown, who was present in the interest
of the Mtge Sunday School in the old
Sixth ward,i.was called upon to address
Mr. Brown stated that his object was to
obtain aid from the Central Board, in
order to enable-them to establish a day
school. lie desired that an appropria
tion sufficient to employ two teachers be
made and a room furnished in some one
of the public school buildings. He didn't
know wbether it was in the power of the
Board to grant his request, but If so, he
hopeltilt would, be done, He presented
the casein a brief and 0011C130 but "very
forcible manner. ,
Mr. Kerr said that a room could be ob.
tamed in the First Ward School build
ing. He stated that he had on his role
forty-two setiolars;' twenty-six of whom
,belonged to the city. He said that a
gentleman and lady,. brother and sister,
who were fully competent to teach, could
be secured to teach the school.
Mr. Harrison 'moved that two teachers
be employed: of the rank of intermediate
and primary departrdents, provided a
room can be`preCured.
Mr. Craig moved to amend by refering
the matter to,the Poinnaittee pu teat:here
and salaries: to report at the •thee next regti
lar. meeting. Ton 'Namendment was
Mr. Sergeant, Secretary, read.the res
ignation Miss. Agnes C. Way,
teacher of :free - - hand drawing. The
resignation WAS received and the Corn.
miFtee nn High. Schflal :dltected cto . fin,
the vacancy occasioned by the resigns
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terns isuit' ail 'oA o zittt..''WrtgfpDA% .:.2.A,Verr, . SI" ~11, ;1809.
The following communication was
read by tbeSeerftarY•
.1 Pillsavuon, hugest 3,'1869.
J. R. McCune, Esq., Treasurer of the
Central litOrdOrEdnaii , ti(np!
roast" exoneration of ;16,000
heirs, Sixth 'avardiP_ pcl ittsburgh, after the
school taxes bad, been paid. ,They
are entitled to have the tax to that
amount refunded._ Yours, respectfully,
A. J. Coormax, City Treasurer.
The communication was received, and
on motion, a warrant ordered to be
drawn in favor of the petitioners for the
sum of ninety-five dolLars, the amount
bills were presented and war
rants ordered to be drairn for ;the
The President announced the Commit
feel, appointed to visit the High and Col
ored Schools: For the month of Septem
ber Messrs. Itartman, Taylor, Shaw
and Harrison compose the Committee.
The Collector for the Lawrenceville
district was allowed an exoneration of
On tnOtiOn of Mr. Taylor, the exonera-
tiona asked for by' Mr. rrarin,
of Balaton District, were allowed. -
Mr. - Craig suggested that there was
a large amount of money laying in the
fiends of the City Treasurer, which he
thought should be placed on interest, and
moved that the matter be referred to the
The motion was adopted.
The application for exoneration by
the Collector of the old Sixth ward was
referred to Mr. Hartman, member from
Mr. Brush moved that the drafts of
the High School Building Committee on
the Board be honored for any amount of
money, un an estimate from the archi
tect, in accordance with the contract.
On motion adjourned.
THE DUQUESNE GREYS.
Another Meeting Last Evening--Reports
of Lommittees—Ottier Business.
Another large meeting of persons in.
terested in reviving the organization
known as the Duquesne (Treys was held
last evening at the hall of the Young
Men's Jackson Association, corner of
Wood street and Virgin alley. Captain
J. B. Moore occupied the chair and Mr.
J. J. Albeltz acted as Secretary.
The meeting was called to order by the
President, when the Secretary read the
minutes of the last meeting, which were
The report of the Committee on Con
stitution and By-laws was called for,
when it appeared that the chairman of
the committee was absent and no report
had been prepared.
Col. Neeper, Chairman of the Commit
tee on Uniforms, announced that the
committee had nothing further to offer.
The Committee on Armory reported
through one of their members, Mr. Dun.
seath, that no place had as yet had been
procured. The committee was continued.
Col. Neeper, moved that the chair ap
point a committee of five on member
ship. The motion was carried, and the
chair appointed Messrs. Neeper, Sorbet',
Steinmever, Loomis and Collier.
On motion of Colonel Neeper, the in
itiation fee was fixed at five dollars, the
rule to take effect at once. All persons
proposed for membership after the meet
ing of last night, will be required to pay
Colonel Neeper moved that the Com
mittee on Constitution be instructed to
prepare a new Constitution for , the gov
ernment of the company.
Captain Moore stated that such were
the instructions given the Committee at
the time of its appointment. •
The motion was therefore withdrawn.
At this point a short intermission was
had to afford the members an opportuni
ty to contribute toward the purchase of
uniforms. In a very short time overpne
hundred dollars had been raised. Silty
five persons have enrolled their names,
and the indications are that the applica
tions will be quite numerous. Consider
able interest is manifested In the matter
among the young men of the city.
Capt. Petrie, chairman of the Commit
tee on Armory, who came in after Mr.
Dunseath had reported, stated the com
mittee had not\ as yet procured a hall.
They had made an, rrangement.however,
by which the cornpacy would be permit
ted to hold its meetings in the hall of the
Young Men's Jackson Association until a
suitable one can be rentexl, The commit
tee was continued. N
Mr. Charles F. Porter moved that the
resolution in regard to an initiation fee of
five dollars be reconsidered. Carried.
Captain Petrie moved that all persons
who enroll their names hereafter, and,
procure uniforms by Thanksgiving Day,
be permitted to come in without paying
the initiation fee of five dollars. The
motion was carried.
Captain Petrie moved that a Committee
on Finance, consisting of three persons,
be appointed by.the chair for the purpose
of soliciting donations to be applied to
the raising of a company fund. Carried.
On motion of Colonel Neeper, a com
mittee of two was appointed to confer
with the great Western Band in regard
to securing its services on the occasion
of parades by the company.
On motion, the meeting adjourned.
.lionnielnien Tailors' Convention
The International Convention of Tour
neyinen Tailors' Associations. reassem
bled yesterday morning at nine o'clock,
and was called to order by the President.
The minutes of the preceding meeting
were read and approved.
The report of the President of the Asso
ciation, a lengthy document, in which the
history, objects and conditiOn of the asso
ciation were fully sot forth, was then
read. From the report, we learn that
the association is in a healthy condition
financially and that it is steadily increas
ing in numerical strength.
The report was received and ordered
to be tiled.
The report, of the Treasurer and Secre
tary were then read and accepted.
The several standing committees were
then appointed by the President.
On motion, it was resolved to hold a
public meeting in this city, due notice to
be given of the time and place by adver
tisement in the city papers.
The remelt:oler of the session was oc
cupied in reading the_ reports from asso
ciations not represented by delegates. a
large number of which have reported by
On motion, the Convention adjourned
to meet at nine o'clock this morning, in
order to give the several committees
time to prepare their reports.
A Horse Tratusaettoe.
A young man of this city is in difficul
ty if certain statements are true. It is
alleged that a few days ago he was in
New Castle, where he hired a team of
bay , horses and a fine decade buggy.
Bringing the turnout to Pittsburgh, he
finally succeeded, after several unsuc
cessful negotiations, in selling the ani
mals, oned'or seventy-five d ol
l s ea
other for sixty. Previously he had
been keeping them in a livery stable on
Third avenue, and one of the firm upon
learning the price at which the horses
had been sold—far beneath their value—
telegraphed to New Castle. In answer
an (Meer arrived in the city with a war
rant for the young macre arrest on a
charge of stealing the horses from Mr.
Charles Nov% proprietor of kinky
stable at New CaStle. Mr. Norris re.
covered his horses, and his case will
likely end there, as the friends of the
young man have agreed to pay' all the
expenses incurred. The accused is quite
Oting; and there is talk, so it is said, of
hqving him committed to Abe House of
Fall of an Arch.—Monday afternoon
while a couple of workmen were engaged
ilk tearing down an arch over the door
way of the new Catholic, church, Se
wickley, it gave way and they were
carried down to the floor beneath., One
of the men had his collar bone broken
and was severely bruised about the head. s
The other had his leg so badly-crushed
that it subse4nently had to be aniptita
ted. Dr. Jobs . Dickson attended their
in pries. • Bolts patties are Germans, ye
siding in this city, ind mete brought
home yesterday morning. •
Regular; InslilblY Meeting =- Street Imp
provements—Sewer to be Constructed
—Theeuengahele. Valley Ra il road.
A regillal onthly meeting of the
Council of the Borough of East Birming
ham, was held yesterday (Tuesday)
evening, August 10, 1869, in the Hall of
the Walton Hosa.Cotripany,Sarah street,
Burgess. Ammon in the Chair.
The following members were present:
Messrs. Jones, Miller, Force and Beck.
The minutes of the preceeding meeting
were read and ariproved.
The following bills were presented and
warrants ordered to be draw for the sev
i. lioupetz 0.88.52
R. pub,to arlvertibing 2/.00
C. riolbst ker 4 50
T. tichutte, street CoMmissioner 505.93
T &tante, graolng 129 CO
J. W. C 011.013, Jani/Or 21.66
ttOli Zs. bare. RI ase Ss CO 244 65
A bill for cleaning Sarah street was
referred to the Street Committee. -
Mr. Beck moved that the street -Com
mittee be instructed to repair Railroad
street. = - -
Mr. Jones ammended by adding that
Mr. Keeling be instructed to remove the
fence or posts from the center of the
street. - • •
After considerable discussion, the
atnmendment was adopted.
The motion as amended was adopted.
The bill of Mr. Jameellehan for ser
vices as lamp lighter for eighteen dollars
was presented, and ordered to be paid.
Mr Becgtmoved that the Street Com
mittee be instructed tto make the Uwe
sary repairs on Sarah street, in front of
the School House. Adopted.
On motion of _Mr. Beck, the Street
Committee wereinstructed to have the
obstructions removed from Page street,
if in the opinion of the Committee such
removal is necessary.
Mr. Beck moved that the Solicitor be
requested to state whether in his opin
ion there was such an alley as Edwards
alley in the borough. Adopted.
On motion of Mr. Jones, the Clerk was
authorized to have one hundred copies
of the Solicitor's opinion relative to Rail
road street printed.
Mr. Beck moved that the Street Com
mittee, in conjunction with the Regula
tor, be instructed to advertise for pro.
posals for the construction of a sewer on
Joaeph and Mary street. Adopted. 1
Mr. Jones called up the matter of the
petition of the Monongahela Railroad
Company, asking for the right of way on
Mary street, and moved that the matter
be indetinately postponed.
Mi. Beck was opposed to the motion
andlmoved to amend by referring the
matter to the City Solicitor, and further
that the railroad company could have
the right of way over Josephine street
as formerly granted, provided the same
be accepted within thirty days.
The yeas and nays were called on the
amendment, which was adopted.
The motion, as amended, was then
A warrant was ordered to be drawn in
favor of Mr. A. S. Radford for the alnount
Mr. Beck moved that the street com
mittee be authorized to instruct the
street commissioner to pave - all side
walks, not paved if the same be not done
by the property holders within thirty
days the cost of the same to be collected
from the property holders. Adopted.
Mr. Beck stated that the interest on
some of the borough bonds was due and
that there was no money in the Treasury.
He then moved that the Finance commit
tee be instructed to borrow money mild.
cleat to pay all interest due.
The motion was adopted.
Caught at Latt.
Lieutehant Barker, of the Ilayor's po
lice, yesterday made information charg
ing William N iloore with house breaking.
Ileore, it will be remembered, was some
wrks since arrested with a caddy of
to acoo In his posiession, but for the
want of a prosecutor he N was allowed to
escape with a slight fine for disorderly
conduct. Subsequently he Was arrested
on a charge of stealing a boxof honey
from a grocer on Liberty street and again
escaped with a light fine. Monday, it is
alleged. he entered the house of Frank
Jones, on Penn street, the family beta
absent. lie was arrested and in default
of bail was committed fora hearing.
II you wish to sati4dy your appetite with
the luxuries or subAantials of the table,
prepared in the beat'atvle, go to the
tinental, Fifth ayetre, below, the Poat
"Fresh as a Maiden's Blush" , is the
pure peachy Complexion which follows
the use Hagen 's 'Magnolia Balm. It is
the True Secret of Beauty. Fashionable
Ladies in Society understand this.
The Magnolia Balm changes the rustic
Country Old into a City Belle more rap
idly than any other one thing.
Blotches and all effects of the Summer
Sun disappear when it is used, and a
genial, cultivated, fresh expression is
obtained which rivals the Bloom 'of
Youth. Beauty is possible to all who
will invest 75 cents at any 'respectable
store and insist on getting. the Magnolia
USE VOTHING but Lyotie Kathalron to
drew the Heir. - • etwrF.
A New Furniture House.—Our readers
In want of anything in the furniture line
will please call at the extensive ware
rooms of H. Berger, No. 88 Smithfield
street, before purchabing elsewhere.
Welk Kept tables. polite and attentive
waltera, and everything pertaining to a
first class restaurant at the Continental
Fifth Avenue, next door below the Post
The Bight Place.—Decidedly the beat
place to call for bar in summer
oods, and ladies wea , is at Moorhead's
No. 81 Market street All the articles
have been marked do • . to the smallest
possible price, and in some specialities
such as white goo. - bats and bonnets,
straw and gimp hats, bargains of an
unprecedented ch: voter are offered.
Ladies, don't forget the place, No. 81
Bates and Bell,
Offer at low prioes,
Ladies under garmints.
The Continental, Flitli-Avenue, below
the Poet Office, is the centre of attraction
among epicures, and all who love the
good things of life.
A New Furniture House,—,Our.realiers
in want of anything in the furniture line
will please call at the extensive ware.
rooms of H. Berger, No. }RV Stnithileld
street, before purchasing elsewhere.
Travellers and strangers In. the city
irill do as other people do by patronising
the Continental, - Plith avenue, below the
Auction Sale of Dry Goods.
By order of the 'Adruirdstrator, J. W.
Barker, Jr., the entire stock of dry goods
is to be closed out at auction, at No. 20
St. Clair street. The sale has been
progress about a week, and the goods.
are•soldat very low prices, as the auc
tioneers say, actually i'slaughtered."
Now is the time for bargains in fall and
- winter goods, as everything muse be sold.
Sales each v day, tilt all is closed out, at
934 A. at.. 2 and 734 P. sr.
Goods sold at; Barker's old establish
ment, 59 Market street, by private sale at
auction prices. \
Go to HoHal:minters "Continental,"
next door to the Poat'Office, Fifth Ave
nue. for refreabments.
Remnants of dress goods, silks and
poplins and wool goods, cheap at J. M.
Burchfield it Co.'s. .
Chafped Hands, face and all rough
ness of the akin, certainly cured by
using the Juniper Tar Soap, made. by
Caswell, Hazard (ft Co., New York. It
surpasses all other remedies as it will pre
vent roughness of the akin *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 most tender skin,
without irritation or pain, making it soft
and clear. Sold by the druggists gener
Printed P. Y's, worth one dollar, dos.
ing out at 50 cents. J. M. Burch field
Co., Ne. 52 St. Clair street.
Everybody should patronize the Conti
nental, Fifth avenue, below the Poet
Survey of the Southern Rallway—Rev
enue Collections—Death in the Pulpit.
CINCINNATI, August 10.--William A.
Gunn, Chief Engineer of the Southern
Railroad, commences a survey of the road
to-morrow. One corps of his engineers - ,
under F. S. Wallace, will-commence at
Lexington and come north; another
corps, under W. C. Crosier, commence
at Walton Station, on the . Louisville
short line, and proceed toward Lexing
ton, to meet the first-named party. The
route will pass by Georgetown, Scott
couty, Williamsport, Grant county, and
is to be twenty miles shorter than the
Kentucky Central. The survey will be
completed in two months. Meantime
an able engineer, Ernest Rube, will
make a tour of observation in Tennessee,
commencing at Chattanooga.
The internal revenue collections in the
sth district were a million dollars for the
last three months. `
Rev. Wm. Hooker died in the pulpit,
on Sunday, of heart disease, in his own
church, at lairwell; Indiana.
—The Siamese Twins arrived at New
York on Monday.
—Work has been commenced on the
bridge across the Mississippi at Si. Louis.
—Seventeen car loads of butter were
shipped from Omaha far California, on
—The United States monitor Dictator
went to sea from Delaware breakwater
on the Bth. ,
—One of the nest soldiers' monuments
in the State waa dedicated at Plymouth,
Mass., on Monday.
—Phillip Andrews, a youthful sculptor,
was thrown from a buggy in Cincinnati.
Monday night, and instantly killed. his
neck having been broken.
—A train of seventeen freight cars was
smashed up on the Northern Miasonri
railraod, ten miles west of Waverly, on
Sunday last. Lossl2s,oooto (30,000.
—Two brothers, Frederick and John
Hodges, were drowned in the St. Law
rence river, near Presoott, Ontario,
Monday night, by the capsizing of a
—Charges against Gen. Young, Super
visor of Internal Revenue for the South
ern District of Ohio, are undergoing in
vestigation at Cincinnati, with closed
—President Grant will make &pleasure
tour'ayer the Erie Railroad, leaving New
York on Friday morning, 13th inst. Ho
will remain a few days at Corry and at
Kane, Pa. N
—Edward IL N Hoyt. formerly of New
York, but recently of California,' was
found dead In his`om at St. Louis, on
Monday, having committed suicide by
taking laudanum. , _
—Monday night an a tte was made
to burn the boarding house O(the Young
Ladies Seminary at Windsor. C(Tn.• The
dames were extinguished befor great
damage was done.
-.-After reaching a depth of three tho s
and eight hundred and forty-three fee
the County Court of St. Louis has order
ed the dual stoppae of the boring of the
artesian well at the Insane Aryftito.
—Tuesday morning at apoal bank near
Massillon, Ohio, the iron cage containing
eight men fell forty feet to the bottom of
the'shaft, severely injuring all, breaking
the legs, arras and ring of the sufferers.
--Election returns from eighty coun
ties in Kentucky give Tatd, Democratic
candidate for Treasurer, a majority of
4903. Out of eigbty•six members
elected to the Lower HOuse the Republi
cans return only five.
—Hon. J. Ycnng has' returned to Mon
treal from England, and is said to have
been successful in starting a company In
Copenhagen to lay a sub-marine cable
from northern Europe to America, via
th&Faroe Islands, Iceland and Green
—Dr. Goldmark, who was implicated
in the revolutionary affairs of 1845, who
some time ago returned to his native
land, has entered into a contract with
the Hunarian Minister for the manufao
tura of t en millions of Cartridges for the
—John Quppy Adams (says a New
York correspondent who "interviewed"
him) will accept the Democrats nomi
nation for Governor of Massachusetts if
nominated, though be does not seek it.
He approves Secretary Fish's foreign
policy; does not favor territorial expan
sion; thinks the Democrats will soon con
trol the entire Southern States; that the
Fifteenth Amendment is invalid; that
signs of dissolution are apparent in•the
Republican ranks; that the Democrats
should accept negro suffrage and the oth
er inimitable results of the war, and
nothinateTohn T. Hoffman for resident.
AddlUonal blarbets by TelogniPb.
Lorin°N t August 10:--Evening.--Con
sole for money 92%; for account 93. Five-
Twenty Bonds 83%; do. at Frankfort.
firm at 88%. Eries 19%; Illinois 94%;
LIVERPOOL, August 10.—Cotton timer;
sales middling uplands at _12%; Orleans
13®111%; sales amounted to 12,000. bales.
Breadatuffn: Wheat-irecelpts _at Liver
pool for the past three day . were 85,000
quarters, of which 15.000 quarters were
American; California white has advano.
ed to lie. 3d.; red western ' to 10a 2d.
Corn 29e. ed. for. European.
Flour 2,65. Oats Bs. 6d. Provisions firmer
and Pork is quoted at 102 s. Ikrof 90s.
Lard 71s. 2d. Cheese 62a. Batson 635.
Sprite Petrolenm 734 d.; refined Is. 734 d.
LONDON, August 10.—Tallow 455. 9d.
Calcutta Linseed 61s. 9d.
Awrwsnp, August 10—Petroleum 524 f
HAvna, August 10.—Cotton closed
easier on spot and afloat, but quotations
PARIS, August 10.—Noon, via tench
Cabie.—Bourse quiet; ratites 734
OSWEGO, August 10.—Flour active:
sales 2,600 bbi a. at $7,75 ®8 for new spring;
f.B ®8,25 for amber winter, $8,50 for.whits;
59®9,25 for double - extra. Wheat firm,
with an upward tendency; prices study;
sales 7,500 bush. No. 1 Milwaukee •_Club
st $1,84 ; 2,000 bush. No. 1 Milwau
kae Club 'on spot brought ;1,64; later
100 bush. No. 1 Milwaukee Club brought
$1,65. Corn flrm and higher; sales 1,000
bush. kiln dried at $1,10; 8,000 bush. No.
2 slightly warm sod at $1,05. Cornmeal
$2,30 per cwt. Mill feed steady. Shorts
521®22. Shipattiffs ;25. Middlings ;28 •
®3O per ton. ' Canal freights to New
York: wheat 8340.. corn 734 c., lumber to
Hudson $2,75. Railroad freights on flour
to Boston 68c., to New York 58a. to, Al
bany 50c. Lake imports: 97,000 bush.
wheat, 157,000 feet lumber. Canal ex
port: 1,719,000 feet lumber.
Naw ORLEANS, August 10.—Flour -
scarce and firm at $5,05®7.00. Corn
scarce and quoted at $1,05®1,0734. Oats
656. Bran VAG- Hay scarce at 1131
Pork held at $33,50.—8ac0n in retail ,
trade only. Shoulders 16y. ®l6lO. Clear
rib sides 193 Sc. Clear sides 183‘®260.
Sugar cured hams 24®25c. Lard; tierce
195,i®20)03; keg 22®230. Sugarquiet
' and firm; prime 143(c; common 11 04120.
Molasses dull; re-bailed 65®79c. Whis
ky dull and lower; western rectified
$1,10®1,15. Coffee inactive and pomtnal;
fair 15®15}4c; prime 16340;163;c. Cotton
dull and nominally unchanged; receipts,
38s bales: sales, 75. Gold 1343./.. Ex
change; sterling 149; New York sight.
Buvrero. •August 10.—Flour higher,
with sales of 1,200 bbls city ground spring
at $7,25®7,50 for Nos. 2 and 1. Wheat
excited, with sales of 150,000 bush No. 2
Milwaukee at $1,44®1,50; !No. 2 Chicago
at $1,45®1,46; principally at cutside
price for Milwaukee, and i equally divi
ded for Chicago; closing quiet and a
shade easier. Corn quiet and firm, with
sales of 16,000 bush No. 2 western at
51,0435; 38,000 bush warm at $1.00; 20,-
000 bush per sample at $ 1,00®1,03®1,05.
Oats dull at 65c for old western. Rye
nominally at $1,20 for western: Barley
nominal and none in the market. Pork
firm at 634 for heavy. Lard stead* at
19X®1930. Highwines held firmly at
Csioh.oo,. August 10.—At open .board
in the afternhon markets there were few
transactions in No. 2 wheat at $1,42, and
closing quiet at 61,4134 seller the month.
In corn there was nothing done and the
market closed nominal. Ruling prices
on 'change in evening market dull and
unchanged. Nothing done in, lake
freights or provisions.
NASH - MLLE, August' 10.—Wbest mar
ket firm, with red Mediterranean at 1 1 ®
1,05, red $l,/0@i,15, amber 11,15@ 1 : 20 ,
and white $1,25®1,30. Corn 95c. Flour
$7®7,5010r best family brands. '
HOFFMAB—BLOCIIM—On Monday, August
9th, at the parsonage, by Bev. B. G. Bresital.
Mr. WM. B:BOIFFMAN and Miss MARY OLO.
CUM, all of Eaat Birmingham.
ROBINFON--On Monday evening, Amulet 9.
'1159, at the residence orher aster. Mrs. .D. . 1
McCreary, Huntersrille. Ohio, Mrs. F. 4, ROB- •
INSON. in the 95th year of her age. Funeral at
(Beaver and New Brighton papers please eopy.)
MAOINNE% - On Teem's!. the:l9th inst.,
JOBS' ALEX AN 5aE8MA.9.12(N2.5.55in the 78th
) ear of his age. '
Tile funeral will take place TUTS (Wednesday)
'ArrgatcooN, it 4 o'clock, from the residence of
DM parents, corner Beaver street and Benton al
/en Allegheny City. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend.
TiIoMFSON-On August 9th. 1869. at 734
o'clock A. ti., ELLIZ A Bel H, widow of the Late
John Thompson, In the 8510 year of tter age.
Funeral OUWEDNESDAY. the 11th inst.,. at 9
o'clock r. x., from the residence otter ;
law, W. W. Wallace, 191 South avenue, Alle-
gheny city. The friends of the family are re-
spectrally Milted attend.
JOSEPH SIEVER & SON,
U1,4 - I)P.it'T 4 -W-FlriSs
N.O. 434 PENN STREET.
Carriages for Funerals, 52.00' Each.
COFFINS and all Funeral Furnish:neat at re
duced rates. . ata
ALEX. 4IaE Uzi obli.-
.4-3. TAKER, No. . 1t FOTIRTH STREET,
Phisburrh, Pa. COFFINS of all kiuds,CRATES. •
GLO , MS, au.le. cry description of Funi.ral Fort
rushing C.ocos IV:niched. Lim= one..
na , riages furaisbec fo: city Ina( rats
$ 00 each.
itarsnarcxs — Rev. David Eerr. D.D., :: :_t.i.
W. Jacobus, D. D., Thomas Ewing. Esc...U.3V
0- Miller, Esc.
I: • RILES &. PEEBLEN
DERTAKEBB AND LIVERY SIABLY S.
corneq,lAN-DINKY STREET AND CHURCH
AVRN RA Allegheny City, where their COl - 2 . 11(
ROOMS to„e constantly supplied wit. real and t
Vults.tton Ro ewood, Mahogany and Waltrati
Oottlus, at.pece.s varying from 64 to WO. Ro•1
dies prepared for in err:sent. Hearses and Care
riagesinrni:hed: als :ll sinds of Mourning
Goods, if requireCN 011100 op= gag' hours.. day
Persoas who are stifferlnst frour-w‘esh eyes or,
(Huambo of rig= can end nothing better to re-e.
store them to their groper standard than bpuslng
THE SCOTCH•PEBBLE SPECTACLES -
An article we can aureate. to be genulite:and
at mien a price that %bey. will ,come within the
reach of all. xli we 111 k. is - for you to call and
examise therm find .we will prove their vaned
crity over all o thers. . ,
JEWELER.AND % o '4, 50 /arra 4.V/1*
[HENRY 444 HALE, - -
Would ressect.fully In tbrat tds Blends till
pnbLo generally. that.
_ _ .
SPRING STOCK OF GOODS
IS NOW COMPLETE,
SOLICTIINO' EMT CALL. '
Corner of Penn oni Sixth Streets,
Iff HESPENHEID CO, _
- --No. 50 SIXTD STREET. (Late Su
.911114) have test received from the East the best
lot of New Goods for Spring Snits ever bronsiS
to, the market. The firm wurant to eat and as
and make Clothes cheaper and better than ory
nut-class hone in this city. A. new nnd trolce•
did assortment of 9110STIMIZIPEI
Die GOODS are at all times to be found at his
hoar. Oar Number Is $0 SIXTH STIMIT