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IES ;Oil) XOTECtErMUSIC.
'RS. LANDER LS still in England.
Bovril is making money with his the
Mad KATE BATEMAN is in New York
as incomparable as ever.
Terns. SCOTT SrDDONS is now crossing
the briny deep, canting Westward again.
JOHN E. OWENS is said to be funnier
now in the Victims than in any thing
PESARO - , the birthplace of 'Rossini, has
just been having a musical festival to his
Rossrm's Mass will ' be produced this
winter at at. Peursbdrg, Warsaw and
LUCCA was paid this summer 5,000
francs fOr singing. at one concert at the
TRALBERG looks as fresh and young
as ever. His hands are the smallest of
any of the great pianists.
JEFFERSON is worth a good deal of
money, and his Rip Van Winkle is still
a Fortunatus' purse to him. _
WAGNER is in fresh trouble, for it is al
leged that he has eloped with the wife of
Bulow, the son-in-law of Liszt:
ZUEINAR BOUFFAR is the name of the
latest opera beuffe prima donna, in Paris.
She has made a hit as the Grand Duchess.
EDWIN . ADAMS has made - a real ROSS
tionfin• Chicago. Ills principle role has
been Enoch Arden in the drama of that
MARGATE, the English Trateri ng place,
boasts of a very successfal "Hail by the
Sea," where Parepa has been among; the
ENGmstr versions of "Don Giovanni"
and "Rigoletto" have lately been sung in
England, with Madame Haigh Dyer as
the prima donna.
ji BOTTERO, the buffo singer, who ap•
peered last season iu London, is described
by the Saturday Renew as a liutf.) calcu
lated to draw tears.
AT A Milan theatre lately Pacini's op
era of "Sabo" Was sung without any
tenor, and seemed to please the audience
as well as if they had one.
ADELINA PATTI has been making her
usual successes at the Homburg opera,
though wretchedly supported. A stall at
performances costa gold louis.
AT the recent sixteenth triennial Nor
folk and Norwich musical festival, Tiet
jens, Murska; Trebelli, &Mai, Feli and
Rigby were among the singers.
PADUA, Italy, is to have a new musical
paper, called La lrelodie, to which Verdi,
Petrella, Mercadante, and other well
known composers, will Contribute.
HANDEL'S "Amami Galatea," lately
revived at the Princess Theatre, London,
has proved a pecuniary failure; yet it
was most admirably mounted and sung.
'MADAME PURCELL has lately died in her
thirtieth year. She was but little known
in London, though popular in the prov
inces•as a prima - donna in English opera.
A WALTZ composed by Bela, and
called Ain sehoen en Rhein gedenk ich dein,
is gaining in Vienna a popularity that
'l' rivals l the similar compositions of Strauss.
THE whole season of opera just closed
in London may be summed up in two
words Nilssen and Patti. Everything
and everybody have been subservient to
HEcr r HArnrr is to be the tenor of
Miss Rtching's opera troupe ; which by
the way, is the. first musical company to
announce, a bentfit for the Avondale
• Tun' Anvil Chorus is to he sung at the
• Sydenham Crystal Palace by eight thou
; sand voices with accompaniment ef anvils,
cannon and bells. The idea is sneered at
- by the London'tnusical journals.
3ln. .31.A.cr...k0AN, of the London A?.
hani&ra, is the original "Captain Jinks"
' (for sbfch he deserves to be broken at
the wheel), but is nevertheless an accom
: plished singer, and has sung in oratorio
with first-class arttsts.
ROSE H.ERSEE, the light prima donna
of the Parep, troupe, is a little winsome
creature, English, by birth. and quite a
popular soprano in her native country.
She has been favorably received at the
Crystal Palace concerts.
"liroonErro" was to have peen the
gala cpera on, the occasion of the expect
cd visit of the. French Empress to Corsica;
but the Empress did not get there, so the
' . opera troupe from Milan (lid not have the
- opportunity of singing before Napoleon's
BoucleAutir maintains that all who
take exception to the immorality of
''Formosa" must, to ba consistent, find
-equal fault with the operas of "Norma,"
"Rigoletto," "Don Giovana,"
vitta," "Lucretia," "Faust" and "Som.-
MErrn LUTS, the composer, has writ
ten for .Niissen a new scene, entitled
"Xenia, the Scandinavian Maiden." Its
'theme is said to have all the grac4nl flow
and quaint charm of a national melody.
A shilling edition of Ndssen's life has
also been published, with a portrait.
- Winxiawsitr, who lately visited the
Sultan, was directed to play twenty-three'
pieces, one after the other, and as soon as
be had concluded, received two hundred
noundsirygold. Lie was not presented
to the Sultan,. who placed himself in a
corner so that the player could not see
and 'Winter Fashions for Men.
' The fashion for frock coats during the
- coming fall arid winter will be the Prince
Albert style, double breasted and short
in the skirtoi hich has .been worn during
the past seaso.i. It will be even some
what more abbreviated than hitherto.
The colors are to bp blue, black, olive or
brown, as may be desired. Entire suits
"of- Englisn'i and livotch black and gray
plaids will also in vogue. A similar
-frock coat will be s worn for evening, half
dress suits in making calls, etcthe ma
terials being meibins and plain !dark bea
vers of various Oades..
The lull drees evening snits for recep.
tons and small gatherings still consist of
black dress 'coat,' with black 'vest and
black pantaloons. The ball and opera
costumes are - t0 - ber composed of a blue;
olive, or claret drees,poat, with buttons to
match of similar calors, a white vest, and
_light plaid pantalobns. To this decided
Innovation- over the late funeral garb a
few adventurous spirits rimy add!. brass
buttons, in the style ,of twenty-five years
Overcoats *ill be in the sack style, sin
gle breasted and with fly"fronts. The
4 naterial3 are to be - of Amitotic, fur bea
rt . ..,..- .- ;,t...', ...-. )It.:
I vers, chinchillas, and other rough ma
For sporting and driving coats,and
vests velveteens will continue to have the
'preference, 'the colors 'being brown dark
green or olive, and the pantaloons'of lig i t
Pantaloons will continue in the presen
somewhat tight style, fitting in the sam
manner round the boot, but will be less
striped at the side than formerly. Thei
material will be chiefly of gray plaids.
Vests for day wear will be of the pres
ent gay and varied colors, cut low, with
plain rolls. The light fancy vestings, for
day or evening, will be of white cassia
mores and kerseys, full and double
breasted, in the English lappel style and
buttoned high. For exclusively evening
wear, they are to be cut low, with three
buttons and a rolling collar.
The materials used in the more eaten.
Eire establishments will continue to be
largely foreign, but more American cloth
Will be used than heretofore, especially for
pantaloons. Foreign manufactures can
be well imitated, eipecially in pantaloon
materials, even with
,our inferior wool,
and for ready-made clothing they wi,
continue to be almost entirely used.
Neckties will be both white and black
Silk hats will be much simliar to the
style of last spring, with low, belled
crowns, and brims rather broad; but they
will be. if anything, slightly lower—more
of the bell shape, and whits greater curve
in the rim. Of the low crowned hats,
the broad, straight brimmed Wharton
style, of smoke color, is to be much worn,
with a wide, contrasting black band, re
sembling mourning. The other number
less styles of hats in use will continue of
the same pattern and varied as heretofore.
Boots and shoes will be rounded at the
toes, and similar in style to those now in
use.—N. Y. Evening Po'o.
In the southern part of the town of
Marlboro, Mass., near he Connecticut
line, lives a family by thname of F—.
It seems that this family i predisposed to
consumption. About the irst of January
one of the family, Emily, a girl eighteen
years old, died of this disease and was
buried in Cornwall Hollow, Conn. The
mother and brother, Charles, and a sister,
Eliza, remain. Charles is - now wasting
away with the same discas;. During the
summer a man by the nam of Case, who
lives in a town to the ease, was in that
section hiring cattle pastun He met this
-family of and told them some aw.
ful stories of how personi, nearly dead
With consumption had baen - cured by the
digging up of some relatiVes who had
died with the same disease, taking out the
liver, lungs, heart, etc.,where fresh
blood would be found, anurning them,
after this the sick ones wckuld improve
until health was restored.
The reason assigne d was that there
was a sort of vital current existing be
tween the living and dead —that these
organs in the dead' body that contained
fresh blood and appeared to be alive,
would continue to live until the vitality
of the living subject was exhausted: un
less said organs were taken out and-con
sumed by fire. Eliza heard and believed
these stories, and if they ever appeared
absurd, they soon became matters of fact
to her. Dr. S. of an adjoining town was
importuned to do the dissecting—no rest
could be obtained until the thing was ac
complished. Strange to say the doctor
cons .mted. The 10th of last August the
doctor and half a dozen, more or less
friends dug up the body of Emily, cut
out the liver and a portion of the lungs,
took them some distance from the grave
and burned them. The heart and a por
tion of the lungs were -found decayell—
that portion of the lungs supposed to he
destroyed belisne her I death— and fresh
blood was found in the liver, enough to
thoroughly besmear the doctor's hands.
These are facts. i •
'Smoke and Kalil Drops.
The report of the Eu,glisla inspectors, lIN I.filE COURT OF colvtiroik
rLicA.‘s of Alleghcny county, No. 676, June
appointed to investigate the variQus
causes of the cantamination of the at-
FANN Y B. El( 118A1731, Fy next ['lend,
mosphere in the manufacturing towns of 1
, J , ohn Ble.:r, ys. WM. Elf:III:AUX. In D:voree,
Great Britain, is said to furnish valuable
_o r, t ; lie.abo i v ? : anted Responder t:
addition to knowledge on. the - subject of
mia, u su a b r: oe l: 3 re` i J n y t t h io e tt , ti b e o d l that the Subpoena and
the 4ngredients of the "smoke" • caused
b liz . :i b a y g r t int
r r , e - 1
by the consumption of coal. in :London 1 thrnee non ~,,, inrentus, you :7:
a funereal hue is imparted to the statutes I to app. , ar In this Court .011 the FIRST MON ' u.»•
of public men, the exteriors of churches ()F I.ECHIILIER, A. 1). MD, to answer the
and houses, the trees, the birds and the I complaint in this ease.
clothing worn by the inhabitants, and in sooty EL B. CL CLEY,
other parts of England the smoke ma r 1 .--tel3 ' "3-31 -----
sance is almost as intolerable. The :Aierlff.
"blacks," how - ever, are not the only sub.
jects of complaint, for in some districts
the smoke arising from . coal, highly im.
pregnated with sulphur, condenses into .
an acid "rain which kills the vegetation
u it exceeding deleterious to thi; health
of man and animas. The chemist
employed by the the inspectors under
the English "Alkali" act has acquired
such skill in his investigations that
lie can classify smoke in the clearest and
most definite manner, and can
dissolve it into its primitive ingredients.
In the same way this skilful chemist has
been enabled to analyze the rain drops,
and to ascertain how much acid, how
much soot and how much salt from the
sea they contain. The rain which falls
around certain large towns has been ex
amined, and large diagrams of the drops
have been prepared, in which the most
curious crystal pictures are delineated.
The drop of 3lanchester rain resembles
the splintering and slivering of a large
block of ice in which slabs of stone are
incrusted; London rain resembles the
branches of a large tree deprived of its
leaves, and the Newcastle rain appears to
contain blocks of coal, These investi
gations are very. minute and "spores"
the fifty-thousandth part of an inch in
diameter, have been detected and eau.
what Young man is that whose raven
locks and mustache may be seen wherev
er beauty dud grace reign most decidedly?
Some one whisjpers that it is General
Beauregard, the k rest • engineer and gal
lant soldier; .but- surely that cannot be,
for the last time I saw that great chief
tain his hair was as white as the driven
snow, and his bronzed features were not
those of the ball-room gallant. But an
other look convinces me that my friend
is right, especially when I remember the
ready reply made by the brave chieftain
to one of the belles who twitted him on
this change. "When I was in command
of an army," said he, "I used to dye my
hair white to impress my soldiers • _ with a
proper respect for my age and position;
but after the war closed, and the neces
sity passed away, I allowed,it to return
to its natural color!" May his locks
never turn gray, and may he live long to
enjoy the societ/Of which he is so bright
an ornament.--Correvoylence Richmond
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1869:
IW' SCH ENCK'S •p• PULMONIC
• Snit}... -SEAEED TON/C AND
MANDRAKE PILLS will cure Consumption,
•i erCdtntnhit and ttripeptia 2 if taken accord
ing to directions. They are all airee to betaken
at the sametime. They cleanse the stomach, re.
lax the liver and put Ira° work; then the appetit e
becomes good; the food digests and makes good
blood; the patient begins to grow In flesh; the
diseased matter ripens into the lungs, and the
patient ontgrows the disease and gets well. This
is the only way to cure consumption.
To these three medicines Dr. J. H. Schenck. of
Philadelphia: owes his Unrivaled success in the
treatment of pulmonary Consumption. The na
l:110We Syrup ripens the morbid matter la the
Lun gs nature throws it off by as ea,y eepectora-
Linn, for when the phleam or matter Is ripe a
Bilk ht cough will throw it off, and the patient has
rest and the lungs Wain to heal.
do this, the Seaescl 'lonic And Mandrake
and livuer mst bea te
reely - eel to cleanse the stomach
so that the Pulmonic Syrup and the
Its ed N 741.1 make good blood.
Selienck's Mandrake Pills act upon the liver,
rernovbig all ele , tructions, relax the euet s of the
Fal bladder. the Idle seertt fie ely . ....aud the liver
salt relieved: the eturds will seew what the
Pills can do; nuthinc has ever been
cept calomel (a eleidis mason w.!icr,p r ger
thes ell, ea: wl , a, great care, ) ,:l a : wil l l
unlock gall bladder and start the secretions
of the liver like eche aci,'e Mead ,the leils.
Lieer Cempiatut le eet . of tee meet prominent
:muses of Consumption.
Schenck's Seaweed Tonic Is a gentle atituniant
and alterative. and the alkali. le the Seaweed,
which this peeparatlon Is made ot, assists the
stomach to tarow one the gastric Juice to dissolve
the food with the Puimonic Syrup, and it is made
lido aood b ood without fermentation or souring
in the stomach.
The great sib s rea why physicians do not cure
consumption s,y try to do ton ch: t hey
give medicine to stop the cough, to s top chills, to
stop night sweats, hectic fever, and by BO doing
they derange the whole digestive.powers, lock
uup the secret. On s, and eventually the patient
Inks and es.
Dr. Schen di ck, in his treatment, does not try to
top a cough, night sweats, chills or fever. Be. ove the cause, and
will all stop of their
.wa accord. No one cam be cured of Consume
t on, Liver Complaint, Dyepepsia. Catarrh,
f ankete Ulcerated Throat, unless the liver and
s ontach are made healthy.
• If a person tuts consumption, of tu b ercles ,
ngs In some way are diseased, eithe ,
a eases, bronchial irritation, pleura adhesion,
o ;he lungs are a mass of Inflammation and fast
(I •caying. In such cases what must be done? It
I not only the lunFs ;net are wasting, but it Is
t e whole body. 'I he stomach and liver have lost
their power to make blood out of fo d. Now tee
oaly chance is to take Dr. Schenck'a three rued!.
elites, which wilt bring up a tome to the stomach,
the patient will begin to wartrlbod, it will digest
easily and make good blood; then the patient be
gins to gain in flesh, and as soon as the body be
gins to grow, the lungs commence to heal up.
and the nationt gets fi shy and well. This Is the
only way to cure Consumption.
When there is no lung disease and only Liter
Complaint and Dyspepsia. Schenck's Seaweed
Tonic and Mandrake Pills are sufficient, Without.
the Puinionic Syrup. Take the Menerake Pills
freely in all billions cemplaints, as thy; are Per
Dr. :Schenck, who has enjoyed uninte.rrnpted
health for many years last, and now weighs :AL*
pounds. was wasted ?AV ty to a mere skeleton, in
the very last stage of Pulnionary Consumptioe,
hi, physicians having pronounced his case hope
less and abandoned Ilan to his fate. llc was cured
by the aforesaid me, Ica nes, and sluice his rarove
ry many thousavals similarly afflicted have used
Dr. Schenck's preparation with the some re
markable success. Pull directions accetnpany
each, making it not absolutely necessary to per
sonally see Dr. Schenck, unless patients wish
th,ls lungs examined, and for this eurpese be is
erefessil,r ally at his Principal ( imee, panaael.
elda, every eatarday, where all letters for advice
must be a , ldre...eed. Ile is also prefe-sonally at
No. 33 Bond street. New York, every other
Tuesday, and at No. Zrs Hanover street, Itoston,
el ery other arednaday. De oyes ads ice free,
,'.cry for a thorough ea:tinting:On With MS lieSpl
roin,,ter the price is $5. (..),... ce hours at each city
front 9 A. Si. BO 3 I'. M.
Place of the Pulmonlc Syrup and Seaweed Ton
i.- each el.eiti per bottle. er V7,5U a salt dozen.
3land rake Pills '25 cents a box. For sale by all
"1D111007021. IVIIITTIER CON
TINUES TO. TREAT ALL PRIVATE
DISEASES. That numerousl chtss of cases
resulting from self - abuse,' producing un
manliness, nervous debility, Irritability. erun
.Seminal emissions, and dnally Im
potency; permanently cured. Persons sill:et
cd whti celleate. Intricate and long stand
ing constitutional conc.ditints are politely in cited
to call for consultation, which costs nothing.
Einerience,' the best of teachers. has enabied
him to perfect remedies at once eficis•rit, safe.
permanent, and which In most cases c m be used
without htnorance to business. Medic,nes pre
pared In the establishment, which embraces o.:-
flee reception and waiting room: also, soardinu
slid' sleeping apartments for patients requiring
daily personal attention, and vapor and etteml
col baths. thus concentrating the famed minpral
sprimp. No mativr who hare failed, state Your
case. Read what he says In his pamphlet 0 rfl cty
:mires, bent to any address for two stamps to seat
ed enye one. Thousands of cases treated annu
ally, at bake and all over the country. C,llil/1-
:a:ton free, personally or by mall.. t` Pi tts No. I/
Wylie street, (near Court House) Pittsburgh,
P. Hours 9 A. M. to 8 I'. M. Sundays 1.2 3:.
to 2 r. Y. Pamphlet sent to any address for two
on,: p'endld Bair Dye lc th , .., v
bent in tht r.TI-,:!:
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TN THE COTIRT conr.noifi
i pLEAs.or Allegheny county, No: 677,june
M. A. ti.UICKH ART, by her next friend, :To.
zeph McCorn.leii, vs. it.I3IiIN BURKHART. In
To the above named Resporthnt:
Yoa :ire heret,y notified that the sub; Dina and
ants fubooana having been returned non ce!
nt i.e you are h reby rey II !rod to: paear in this
Court ou the FlltsT MONDAY ;.IF DECEMBER
A. D. 2869, to answer the compla'ni: in tilts
ease. SAM ..EL B. CLULEY.
TN THE' _COURT OF COMMON
-A- PUMAS of _Allegheny County, moo. 736,June
31.%fl Term, 1869.
D. .110 c /K, ne-vt f 4 lend. James
Donnell, I's. DA WM M. BOOK. In Divorce.
To the above named iterpondent: •
You are hereby notified that the subpoeurt
alias subpoena In the above case. having been re
turned non mt invent Sou arc hereby require 4
to aepear in this Coast on thy FIRST .510NDAY
OF DECEMBaD, A D. 1860, to answer the
complaint In this case.
SAMUEL B. CUTLET,
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Hvzry Irwrl -, 10. L. Pa tte C.3.3L, ' WITI, (7oeper,
E„-e.o. 'fa. Riclifle, ;.Tacob Franz, iF. cttic) FEUSI
;31.zuon Dram, :.7. B. z-,rnlt.:,, Jacol , 1:s,
W. M. Sterrart Ch. ''. IIIL:tozi, Tczeph Craig,
Ja, Lxutner, V III. j. Elnkasm, Jan.. R'. - lca,
I. . ZEIZON,
(}L NENAL AGENT.
lii.SIMANCE COMPANY OF PITTIZBURC.HI
011.'10E. No. 157$ 'Woo!) InTRZEr. BAbqi
Thin !s n Home Company, and In3nres agair_:t
lots iby Fire exclusively.
.Y.LIONARD WALTER, President.
C. C. BOYLE. 'Vice President.
ROBERT PATRICK, TreaEurer.
litiE l / 1 .L
LIIIPCTOW > :
Leonard Walter, . .George 1711sc,
C. C. ficvle &co. SY. ras.%
Robert Patrick, . C. Lappe,
Jacob Painter, J. v. Fleiner,
Jo ' John Voeirtley,
Jas. 11. Hopkins. =talon.
AGAINST LOSS / Er FIR.
FRANKLIN INSURANCE,CO, OF PHILADELPHIA
CE, 12534.:7 CE...z. - SYI`.:".:T BT.. LCE.r Eta.
I , ...T.3teTer S.
Ci..e.riex N. lit ncker, ' fir Lon,e,
'..r01,1a4 'Wagner, DavidFa nucl S. Drown,
Grant, TE.ae ea.
pore . Dale,.
poe W. Rtehr.ree, I- George ales.' ".
CHARLES G. .}3A.!.:C.T-i.E.17.,
Y'JV. 7 . C. DALE,VIeP Pre.th.ltnt.
I .('. C. tiTl.i.'l.E,Seeret.r.ry,p.r
J. C ARD Third o, r;:t.yr,
North Weat. torterand Wood Stree
Y vY PANY rirn.±Buil , 'I. '€4
WILY ANDER NI.:TICIt. F — r:isllent. •
W.M. P. liEttiiE:T Segretary:
CA.PT. GEOlttnr. NE:ELLi. Uen gra/ Agent.
o=tt, 94 Water street, Spang C 0 , ,. 7if
horse, tip stairs. Pltttgutrat.
Will ituare against all kinds of Plre mad Ma
r.nt /asks. A home Instltu [lon, ruar..tguti 1:1
are I:nown to Vie turnrntnitv,
trAil Who ar. determined hr protn,'S and
slay to atalatala the charac 'Which they have
asstnited. c';:irlug the bu s t .__ protbettun tO
who desire tO Izswreo.
Alex:incur Nlir_ick s
L v.. Lt.
A.1e1.11.1/ 4;er Specr, ,To.:epo
Thiy e gir,
St - aightening Second Avenue from
'the Birminghath .Eri , ....ge to Brady
SECTIO:N 1. Be it orddined 0714 entitled by the
City of Pittebterg , t, in St t..:et and Coalman C01:77-
et 1. a* " 2 "I'l• ant i
~ it t 8 hereby/ orclaiwa and
int - feted by author ity of the earat, That the
City Engineer t,,.. and is he , el.3 . el 2 [hot ized to
surrey ~nd open Second Avenue from the tr. ast
ern end at thtt Bantin A haln livdge to Brady
Street, In ancorazda, wd,li'l he Wan 'I to the-City
Fngineer's Otlic., and to appr toe damsg s a d
n 5,4-5,,, benefits caused Inert.) y • It M. It.
liitOWN, WM. J. ANIII:nsw. and JAMES
PA itKS are 11.!.r. by aopo'nt,sd lit uccoraanee
u-Ph an Act of Asst.mhly approved January 6,
Ste. 2. That :ely.orailiallee or port of ordinance
. conflicting with the passage of this ordinance at
the present time, be and the samo is hereby re
pealed so far as the same affects lid:, ordinance.
Ordained and . enacted Into a law-la Councils,
this 30th day of August, A. 1). 1869.
A. 11. (UWS 4
Prefilent pro tent of Select Council.
Attest: E. S. 3lonitow.
Clerk of Select Council.
of C om m on Co u ncil.
Attest: 11. Mc3lAs rEn,
Clerk of Common Council. • sett
AN ORDLNANCE •
ablishing fhe Width cf Colwe
SECTION 1 Be it ordarn.d and enacted by the
City Pittsburgh, tn . Select and Common
efts assembled and •It• fa hereby attained and
enacted by the authority ofthe same, That Colwell
street. between Vine and Dinwmilic streets, oe
made a uniform width of fifty 150) feet from the
south line of said street, as Mil 011 t in the City
District Plan, to correspond with tati width of
eeld street ea-t of Diswid•Le strea t.
EEC. 3. That any ordinaniteorpartofordlna^ce
conflicting with the passage or tills ordinence at
the present time, be and the same is hereby re
pealed so far as the SSW: affects this °Mb/at:ice.
Ordained and enacted into a I sw in Councils,
this 30th day of August, A. D. ISOD.
• A. H. 61105.8.
President pro tem of Select Council,
Attest: k. e. 3tonnow.
Clerk of Select Council.
A. TOZ.ILINSON . .
• President of COMIIIIOII Connell,
Attest: A. 314:31A5 - rxii,
• Clerk of Common Connell.
COAL AND COKE
COAL! COAL:I COALLM ••
DICKSON, STEIVAIIT Ea CO.,
Haring temoced their 0211ce to
NO. 567 LIBERTY STREET,
(Lztcly City Flour Mill) BECO9'D
Axe nmv pmenred to 'furnish fiord trioTOUGRIO-
Sli NIJT Cyd.r. CathLACli, at the
All orders lea nt e their oMne, or zuhlresceAtt to
them through the =all, Trill - be attended• to
END Liber ERSON baItUOVVIVERS I
• 286 ty street. Dealersla Drees,c and Patent Siodtettles.
„DRAITLIC CEMENT. --100 --100
bli Louisville rivull.o27Aer. for sale
•. -, ..•,;, , i- T T4E_ IRON CIT - Y 7
11(111AL.--LIFE INSURANCE ..Cll.
Office, 75 Federal St., Allegheny City.
Hon. ,TAMES L. GRAHAM,
Rev. J.. CLARK. D. D. ,
Cap t.- F10.41.N80N,
Irev. A. S. BELL. D.D.,
Rev. S. H. L.P.,
W. A. f E.ED.. Cashler Allegheny- Trust CO.
JACOB RUSH, Real Estate Accnt,
RIMON DRUM, Mayor of Allegheny,
C. W. BENNY, Hatter,
A. S. BELL, Attornev-at-Law,
D. L. I'ATTEI:Sti.N, Lumber Merchant, •
D. RWOGER, Insurance Agent,
CapZ. BORT. B.OBINqO.7ii, President.
Rev. J. B. CLA 88, D. D., Vice President,
JACOB RIUSII, Secretary,
C. W. BENNY. Treasurer.
M. W. WHITE...MED/CAL Aimstit.
DANIEL SWOGEII, Gen , ' Agent.
• This Is a nome cotrtnany. cond noted on the mutual
Drir.cipieveauli policy holder receiving an equal
share of the protits of the different plan
will be Issued on all the different plans of Life
Insurance, and being conducted on an economi
cal basis will afford a safe . investment to each
policy holder, and thereby retain the money at
home toeiicourage home industry.
ENIV,S TLVA Nl.ll
AEI V OPERA ROUSE.
OrENI.NG TI R RF.GT"LAR DRAMATIC
:HON-DAY EVFICts G. set:in-014r 2011.1669.
r:.g.attnrint ins nights only the epithet:lL,
WI1) will nruear In Walter AScolt's beautlfal.
GUY MA N.N.EIt.NG: on. THE GYPSEY'S
Meg Slerrlles....l., . ... . ....... Eir.ma Waller.
Supportel tl - tile w Con:many.
The Der:lin:lane, %ill! ecinincnee with. tlr.ft,
tilt:, here, of t ;t' ,remiiii,re, of the,
Matinee on lieturchiy
11. Avir.l.lAr4. Leese: and
&ci d and last Weekrt the great
JAM TAYsult, ENAA RATTA miss
AL h X.AN DER. A PO.. erfu I (.110 e.ich evening.
La,: les Matinee every. W.-thief,' ilay and SaturdaY.
Acl.l.l:sion L. , Matinee. 25 rents.
rit • 31ATi NEE for the bctiel of
the sufferers by the late ..voniltild disaster on
MONDAY. ETTNING,,/Stpt. 20th,
AM) ALL THE
Vi i. ;- O '. I ES,
1 / 1 .21 . 7.41. T ÜBE CIR C US,
, E'RIAL ACRO BA TS,
COMIC PANTO al IME.
1111 appear in hr r wonderful Parlor Entertain
ments and GRAND I'II.I3:SEPT P1..4(4.11T.
New chara , : ter songs
Also, first appearance here of the celebrated
GIR)TE-QPE DANCERS from Paris, and
any new uttractiu.u.s.
YIZ/CFS OF ADMISSION :
Parquet.e and Dresa Circle
Gallery ............... .
Seats can be secured without extra charge at
Holrrnatt & Hale's Opera House Music tttore.
7,-...:j5-F'FIFTIT AVENUE ELAILL-k
No. 65 Fifth avenue, opposite the Opera
House, Pittsburgh, Pa., is the Coolest and =oat
desirable place of resorte. 14quors can be 44 .
at this place Pure and Good. The Billiard Roma
are or the ground Door in the ear. -
S lots 2.74131 feet, traded, only 3500--
*WO per year. 4- lore 24% - 132 feet. 8400.,-
3100 per war. I lot :25x 120 feet, 350 t, iteed
street. Flame house Cr a rooms, lot 21x1.00
filet; onlr 11,1110. ltrie= house of 7 room,, bath
room a - 1 n ~able: 221100- 31,600. 1.3 three
storied brick houses on Pulton street, reel, Vl,-
509- *4 :are roome:: men-pressed brleh houses flaeii
1 11 , ./. Dr n: L.l OL . XIOO Ti.o b irk he,ni - es_
pom o, ‘n.l 11 y , T:LTI, F. ti n ,'r Itl ;.-. 000. .Vew two
rosin :1 ::::' ...era r brick :•ortit lot- 90.-K100;91,-
, 10961100 rain 4,, ti tart ) p-e reor. food
seven r•olo,..1 t.u . i . :; - 4111.3 . o . ; 2-1:r•200 fzet,•32l;-
000. :;:10.. , , rem , . 0 :0,.17:1..ti frallle 'house.
lot 2:4000. r .
• :a2n•C in I
t in, tz 3..ir . 0 . 2 1013 e.:: r.cv 4, , tree; -.1.r.0;
•.."0, l;0: nu W. i1...,,zr..121'13:1:41:7: i.1.,a00.
ntre ::-vet:o. 9 9. , f,:,:12.3: 4990 eadh.
1.30 leer font : a Centre av-tn e by /155 feet
Greg. ~w ,1,,1,n. t , snit. 0 ;e:n on fee tre avenue
trim , :-.3tot) to .1 1 10 Th., h Jrt. nropertr is well
loo,:te.: an:i wlt lin: 10 to 19 in,.nute.., renlh'of the
, coort linos , . 0:10 en t e .1t,.. tentral Pas3eoger
lt :+. 20 a; rt :, v.: ~ 'es •en l'en. , • ''all:ovl. 1
:::: es fr in ii, :qtr. 29 a .:-e, o , P.in 11 , -Indle
C .1:r 0:1, .1- 11/ I i,..,:: r... 111 4I: V. N t•W 0 ieomfmne
Pottse 1 n.re fruit, Couri, :louse. la:za
..... 11, zonr11.11.(1.
d.tlilng.topurrhise hoine k
an incestmen 1.- and those wLlaina
llOr mace, 'please
call on or athlre.t.s. g , to te
. 1 16.17.,111tiG il, RAVYBOTir.-
11133 Nos._____ 1 95,_197 and 199 Clentre'avenitel
. . .
House and 4 Lots on Sprlnit MB, 7th ward;
In acres :at FletnlngStation: House and 13i acres;
also 64 acres at I .ilenda , e tqat , oo; IC, acre,. about
1 mile train F'. a. II g. Statio n: 31 awes at Pair
Oaks S'ation; 17 acres at lilendare cn P. Ft.
W. a (.7. ft, lt, : House cnd Lot corner Hemlock
and Poplar streitt Lot on 'I roy 11 , 11: tiouse on
:,,andusky , treet: 3 Houses on ,corle street; 3
Farms in inilo: 2 Houses In I, .lghth ward; i , arm
In eern, kley townalilp: Faral 11,...,1. Perrysville;
House on ',emit. stre. t: I,arm in•Westm.ireland
conulv; Farm In Butler county: 5 Lots near
Iln cd'. Grove; 2 aere3 cm i4e...,lenwa's 4111; 1
acre at .Ta , lt's nun ; TlOO3. and Lots on I: 4 arer
stret;t: Huts and &Alta oh Beaver street: LlJuse
and Lot In Nah in, On'ot 2 Lots on Fremont
ritr,e.: other !lollies and Lots In good localities.
_ 3 . 1 ... 1 1:1 - lITMOREC t '
Ilea! Estate Agent, corner t:111.3 amt. sandusty ..
stra.et, Alegi', ni .
au.27 --------- __________________ --.-
~.‘ear the roronch or . Freedom, Dearer alma;
and n, in urea r...,1a Jima L.-tattoo on F. 'Wayne a
and 1.. Illeloto If : :m
I , oac, a small FAEIt or2e.
acre:, ~-ph 704) fruit trews litol r.. ore than 109 -
gm: . t 1 furs, :, t I) , •arlug and cf ehole ,, t 'rade •
4.1 , .-..E.: a a 1,,,,., -turr Yrante nous: , Iriti-, 10 Monis,
large Bar:, .t . e. Thls propeey is offered at a.
bargain. Pard-s vo - o wins to kecure a handy
yard: n f.trat aceesbble to the city. 'will do well .
to E . X1 . 17.1:1e MI- pr.:lltrts, a± a , hanee :Lie Eats,
to i.o.r. a ,l,eap:ni cqnkrortable home. is seldom,
offerer ;o a 71151 Wit ti 4:mlied Ille4LS. • ,
for plrt:eu:ari :Ltrire a:
S';: Grant Stre6t, first floor,
wayit e: e ir O d sbo c rn Statl
:aon n thk7. Pittebar^2l
'.,itio o 44,
Containing About Two Acres Each.
W. MACKEOWN & ERO..
195 Liberty Street,
FOR. StiLE.—tDne of the
FINEST BUILDING LOTS
Ever offered to the Pltlsburgh
for etther pubic or p7/vate buildings; having a
front on a 00 feet Street of 700 feet by 240 feet
to a 40 feet street oncla 20 feet alley, the nhole
depth on one side,. Less than three miles from
th&Dlamond, and but 70 feet from Butler street.
Seventp'enth ward, oppotlre SC.
al Cauran. John's Eptico
OUP STATION PROPERTY
This bettritlitil satiation cannot be stirpassed
for private residences In any direction., so Mose
to both cities, being only eight miles tip-the
Western Pennsylvania Railroad. Any person ne
airing Information about this Dronertv can obtain
a by calling at the office of the 1i10.5 CITY mu-
TUAL LINE INSURANCE CORPANY4 . 75
Federal street, Allegheny. Lots from one,halt
acre to doe sires; also, small lots to milt pnr
ei/asers. There Is a good location or a mainithie
turine establishment, between the Pal/road - and
Allegheny river. ' 31//9:n53
LUALEILE . STOCK FARM.
FOR SALE. situated in Wratuareland
county. three miles' aorta of "New Plorence.,l
Contain, till) a cres,.4oo of whirrt la clearal and
and a Isrge portion fn grass. The land la rich
anti well watered. The buidlur consists of a
large frame Dwelling, two frame Barns any DA.
merous outhuildlusra. All the 'Aar on the grOund
to erect a Poe new dwelling; Cellar dug. Thla
farm is ollemd at tae low price of $lO pei acre,
with euy payments, aPPIT Boon - to -
B,_ teeLaDT- .00.,
sieo • NO. 10a ?mirth 'Avenue,
75 cen s