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ADAM . BEDE. By George =g. boar
per'sLibrary Edition. With' illustra
tions. Published by Harper dr. BrOS.,
It hardly seemd possible that a work so
elegantlY gotten npingreen morocco cloth,
printed On good paper, and dear" open
type, could be sold for the low price of
seventy-five cents pervolume. Such is
the fact. It is a beautiful edition for li
brary and tumie purposes, handy size,
and suitable for the family, circle, or on a
journey. The work is among the few
that will be read in years to come.
Of the merits of Adam Bede it is un
necessary to speak, as few 'who commence
its reading will cease until it is finished.
The sale of the series °tight to be large,
and widely circulated, as it deserves to be.
AUNT DINAH'S PLEDGE. By Mrs. Mary
Dwittell •Ctiellls, author of ,"Temper
. anoe Tkxstor.' 'Published by the Na
tional Temperance Society and Pub
lishing-House. J. N. Stearns. Publish
ing Agent.. For sale by R. S. Davis it
Thbatory is one of much interest, and
is especialliadaPted for - family reading.
Itcoatalnslessons of value to the young
thit are worthy of following. It de
: scribes the temptation of a youth, who
was finally led into the path of safety
through the instrumentality of old Aunt
Dinah, a colored woman. Her pledge
included swearing and smoking, as wall
as drinking. The book will do good and
deserves to be scattered broadcast.
KOENIUSMARK The Legend of 'the
Hounds and other Poems, by George
a: Boker, published by J. B. Lippin•
cott tic Co., Philadelphia. _ •
Mr. Boker has stood deservedly high
for many years in lilerary circles. His
dramatic powers are of a high order, and
he has always ranked high, combining
elements that few attain, writing a play
suitable to place upon the boards in the
very form it has been written. The plot,
representing the schemes of a bad woman
Ina pretty German Court, presents phases
of characters which brings out the genius
and drathatic power of Mr. Boker. "The
j Legend of the Hounds" is a well wrought
poem, and though a fearful one, con
tains passages of great beauty of
thought.. In the minor poems there are
some exquisite verses, and the glowing
fire infused into the patriotic ones will
represent the decided views and course
of the poet during our dark days. "Sot! ,
nigmark" should be regarded as an ac
quisition to the genuine poetry of the day.
BERTIE'S BIRTH-BAY, PRESENT; OT, Pa
tience Rewarded. Published by Henry
Hoyt, Boston.' For sale by F. G. Rein
Much may be learned in this liVe
story will do young people good.
The gift to Bertie was designed to teach
her how to. be patient and happy, and the
simple present had the desired effect, in
making impressions that she never forgot.
It is a pleasant story and such as any pa
rent may place in the hands of their chil
dren in safety.
woon. Published by
Henry Hoyt, Boston. For sale by F.
• G. Heineman, Pittsburgh.
This little work will richly reward
; every young person that reads it. The
story itself is not only delightfully told,
but there is ahealthy moral tone through
out, that will leave good impressions on
the mind of the reader. It Is an excellent
work for the family circle.
WALTER OGILBY. A Novel. By the
Authoress of "Wan-Ban." Two vol
-names in one. Published by J. B. Lip
pincott & Co., Philadelphia.
In this stout book of six hundred pages
we have quite a spirited story, in which
the leading characters are admirably pre
sented. It is full of sketchy bon .mots
and passages relating to the tender ques
tion—love. The plot is rather diffuse,
but cleverly executed considering the ex
tended circle of events described. Its
chief excellence is its vivacity of style,
charming descriptions, elevated tone, and
avoidance of the sensational type of some
novels. The authoress has made quite
an addition to American novels. It is
elegantly printed, and bound in purple
SHINING LIGHT.—By the author of
"Memorials of Captain fiedley Vicars."
-Published by Robt. Carter and Brothers,
New York. For sale by S. A. Clarke it
Valuable truths are compressed in this
little volume that will tend to spiritualize
the mind and heart; and lift the soul up
to God:l'm:id. heavenly things. Each
chapter of the "Shining - Light" is short
but couched in terse, vigorous and evan
gelical language. Risen excelertt pocket
companion, and reminderer of duty.
NEW YORE. ILLUSTRATED. Published
by D. Appleton it Co, New York.
For Mte by: S. A. Clark it Co., Pitts
This is a capital hand-book for visitors
to the metropolis, and .gives an eicellent
TieW ef noted places, streets, churches,
etc., with kill explanatory text. It will
also impart much information to those
who cannot:visit it, but desire to ' know
something of its greatness and grandeur.
The illostrations are very superior for
' . wood cuts. •
ELEMENTS OF THE GREEK LANGUAGE.
4 Taken from the Greek Grammar o
James Hadley, Professor in Yale Col
lege., Published'. by D. Appleton Jt
Co., New York- For sale by S. A.
Clarke &I Co., Pittsburgh. -
A wa s
, suPPosed at the time. Prof. Had
ley's Greek Grammar was published, that
it would not only serve advanced stn•
dents, in the study of that language,
but also would be . usefol for, elementary
instruitionrlt Was, however,deemed
beat to propose au ... abridgment , of
work;suited to the wants of the begin
ner,' This book is the result, Which pre
serves the sat= mode of treatment, ob".
• - 1 t
prittsomot, QAc r •
served in - tie tarter stork, except to
change some fornia of re=pression. The
fine reputation of , Prof. Hadley for scho
lastic abilities and pre-eminence in • this
department is not questioned. This
work is admirably adapted to supply the
want required, and no doubt will attain
a standard reputation. Advanced stu
dents may also study it with , profit.
Bums. WONDERS. By the Rev. - Richard
Newton, D. D., Author of "Bible
Jewels," etc. Published by Robert
Carter dr, Brothers, New York. For
sale by S. A. Clarke Jr. Co., Pittsburgh.
Few writers equal Dr. Newton in the
ran talent of writing and speaking on
Scriptural subjects, in a popular form,
for the entertainment_ and instruction of
young people. This divine enjoys the
double reputation of being a charming
writer for youth, and is equally superior
as a'speaker to an audience of young peo
ple. The "Bible Wonders" embrace ten
chapters, each presenting a different view,
in language simple yet forcible, and brim
ful of pointed and striking incidents, at
once valuable and instructive.
HENRY ESMOND . AND LOVEL THE
WIDOWER. By W. M. Thaokeray.
Pablished by Harper *Brothers, New
This edition of Harpers' is remarkable
for its cheapness, and cheap as it is sold,
the paper is fine and white, and the
print bright and cheerful. Persons may
bind several of these pamphlet volumes
of the series, and thus secure an elegant
copy of Thackeray's works, No one
need be told of the merits of the great
COUNTESS GISELA. By E. Marlin, au
thor of "Gold Elsie," "The Old
Mam'selle's Secret" etc.
FOUND DEAD. By author of "Carlyon's
Year," —One of the Family," etc. Pub
lished by Harper Brothers, New York.
Recent translastions from the German,
have \had quite, a streak of success.
Among the recent translations, "Coun
tess Gaels," has been received with
marked favor by the lovers of Action.
The reader cannot help being interested
in the presentation of the diffierent
characters:, It is thoroughly German
throughout and as it is a new vein in
light - reading, and is a change from Eng
lish and American works of fiction, it will
be relished by many.
"Found Dead" has just been received.
From a cursory examination we think
the good reputation of the author will
not suffer by this publication. It will in
terest the reader from the out set and
hold it till tke close.
Sir John Franklin—The Record Found.
The San Francisco Bulletin gives the
following communication, of which the
telegraph hai already given some ac
"Noma froiri Sir John Franklin.
Found on the beach at San Buenaventura,
on the 30th of August last, a document
measuring 13 by 10 inches, much mutilat
ed, requesting the finder to forward it to
the Secretarylof the Admiralty at Lon
don, or the British Consul at the nearest
point. This request is printed in six
commercial languages. The margin and
every vacant portion of it has been filled
up with writing relating to Sir John
Franklin and his party, and was evidently
cast to the waves in latitude 69 degrees
87 minutes 42 seconds, and longitude 98
degrees 4 minutes and 5 seconds. It
gives an account of the desertion of the
ships Erebus and Terror. At the time
of the desertion the party numbered 105
souls, under the command of F. R. M.
Crozier, and succeeded in getting as far
South as the latitude and longitude men
tioned above. Here they found relics of
the late Sir - John Ross. The document
states that Sir John Franklin and party
wintered at Beechy Island in 1846-7, in
latitude 74 degrees 49 minutes 29 seconds
and longitude 91 degrees,3s minutes and
15 seconds, having descended Wellington
Channel to latitude 77 degrees, and re
turned by the west aide of Cornwallis Is
land. It also states that Sir John Frank
lin died on the 11th of June, 1847. It con
tains accounts of many interesting inci
dents connected with the expedition,
which will be made known hereafter.
The document was found by James Daly
of the firm of Daly &Rodgers, lumber
merchants, San Buenaventura
"San Buenaventura, Sept., , 1860."
The Bulletin adds: That le document
riferred to above may have been found
on the. each at San Buenaventura, in a
bottle or otherwise, is entirely probable;
the next quesCon relates to its authentic.
ity and value. 1 o far as its contents are
given by our corr&nondent, they tell us
nothing but what iSiClintock's voyage
discovered as long ago as 1859, In relation
to the abandonment of the Erebus and
Terror, except that the 'records found by
McClintock put the date of the abandon
ment in April, 1848, and did not say Sir
John had died. The person who found
the document, if hp believes it is not a
hoax, will send it to the British Consul in
this city, and transcribe its lull contents
for publication. Meanwhile we give his
Statement for what it ill-wOrth. Possibly
some ingenious wag has taken a hint from
Hugo's Howse qui tsi, the plot of
which turns on the discovery of a bot
tle containing a wonderfnl revelation,
twenty years after it had been thrown into
the sea by a sinking crew.
ADIEU TO CHIONONS.—.4The Empress
has decreed that high puffs and,frizettes
shall no longer exist. The chatelaine
braids, lobped at the back of the head and
falling to the shoulders, are hereafter , the
style. -There is an evident trace of the
changes in the Empress sentiments in
these modes of hair dressing and the Mk
ions that follow them. In her brilliant
prime she emulated the splendors and
frivolities of Marie Antoinette's court and
the minauderies of La Vallerie and Pom
padour. In her pensive and• graceful de.
cline she reverts to the stately and exclu
sive manners of ?the ancient chatelaines.'
These snit the hoopleas skirt of flowing
velvet or poult, the cavalier plume and the
wide brimmed hat, the embroidered
gauntlet'' and the-drooping braids. One
will no longersecrignize the fashions of
the demi monde, and of kings' favorites in
allurements alluremen of coquettish puffs and
long crimped tresses, in the dress flutter.
ing with ribbons and bows andlightdwith
bouillions; a quiet, more , .. decorous , and
aristocratic., style,. none the less.costly,
.has its advent with the chatelaine braids.
Or SCIFIENCIL . 9 8 POLMONIC
__- STHLP, rtiIIaWIFED TONIC AND
MANDRAKE MVO will cure Consume on,
Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia if Ir taken iii....-
In gto directions. They green three to be taken
at the same time. They cleanse the stomach. re'
lax the livorind put it;tolltork; then the - appetite
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 outgrows 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 puhdonary Consumption. The Pal
motile Syrup ripens the morbid matter in the
Wags, nature throws It off by an easy expectora
tion, for when the phlegm or matter Is ripe a
slight cough will throw it off, and the patient has
rest and the lungs begin to heal.
T , do this, the Seaweed 'tonic and Mandrake
Pills must be imely used to cleanse the stomach
and liver, so that the Pulmonic Syrup and the
food will make good blood.
Schenck's Mandrake Pills act upon the liver,
removing all obstructions. relax the (mats of the
gall bladder, the bile starts freely. and the liver
Is soon relieved; the stools will show what the
Pills can do; nothing has ever been invented ex
cept calome l - (a deadly poison which Is very dan
gerous to use un•ess with great care,) that will
unlock the gall bladder and start the secretions
of the liver like Schenck's Mandrake Pills.
Liver Complaint is one of the most prominent
'muses of Consumption.
Scbenck's Seaweed Tonic is a gentle. stimulant
and alterative. and the alkali in the Seaweed,
which this preparation Is made ot, assists the
stomach to throw out the gastric Juice to dissolve
the food with the Pulmonic Syrup, and It is made
into good b.ooti without fertneatatien or souring
in the stomach•
The great reason why physicians . do not cure
Consumption is, they try to do too mucht they
give medicine to atop the cough,. to stop chills,to
stop night sweats, hectic fever, and by so doing
they derange the whole ' digestivespowers. lock.-
big up the secretions, and event ualW the patient
sinks and dies. ~ ,
Dr. Schenck, in his treatmeat, does not try to
stop a cough, night sweats, chills or fever. Ne
move the caus and taey will , all step of their
own accord. n Com p l a in t s . 'be cured of Consump
tion, Liver :Dyspepsia, Catarrh,
Canter, Ulcerated Throat, tulles" the liver and
stomach are made healthy. • ,
If a person ens consumption. of course the
hogs in some way are diseased, either tubercles,
abcesses, bronchial Irritation, pleura adhesion,
or the lungs are a mass of inflammation
decaying. In such cases what must be lt
is not only the lungs :net ari wasting, but_ is
the whole body. The stomach and liver hav7rlit
their power to make blood out_of fo_d. Now me
only chance is to tale Dr. Schenck , ' three medi
cines, which will bring up a tone to the stomach,
the patient will begin to want food, 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 pandit gets fie thy 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 I sufficient, without
the Pulmonic Syrup. Take the Mandrake Pills
freely in ad billions complaints, as they are per
Dr. Schenck, who has enjoyed uninterrupted
health for many years past, and now weighs 14145
pounds. was wasted away toa mere skeleton. in
the very last stage of Pulmonary Consumption
ht. physicians having pronotced his case hope
less and abandoned him to hi fate. He was cured
by the aforesaid me, lames, a d since his recove
ry many thousands similarly &filleted have used
Dr. tichenck's preparation with the same re
'makable success . . Full d ellen' accompany
each, making it not absolute y necessary to per
sonally see Dr. Schenck, niess patients wish
their lungs examined , and 1 this p urpose be is
professionally at his Princl al O ffi ce, Philadel
phia, every Saturday. where li letters for advice
must be addressed. He is o professionally at
No. 34 Bond street. New York, evert , other
Tuesaay, and at N 0 5,35 Hanover street, lioston,
every other Wedneiday. Bel gives advice free,
but for a thorough examination with his Bespi
rometer the price 1385. Otnce hours at each city
from 9A. Ir. to 3P. Y. I ' '
Price of the Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Ton
ic each $l.BO per bottle, or "7,50 a belt dozen.
Mandrake Pills 85 cents a box. For sale by- all
druggists. 1 mt19:151-d&F
-..,CT011. WEITTIER CON
TINUES TO TREAT ALL PRIVATE
DISEASES. That numerous class of cases
resulting from self - abuse, producing un
manline ous debility, irritability, emp-
Lions, seminal emissions, and tinWly im
potency. permanently cured. Persons afftict
ed With aellcate. Intricate and long +hind-
lug constitutional complaints are politelyinvited
to call for consultation which costs nothing.
Experience, th remedies } teachers. has enattied
him to perfect at once effictent, safe,
permanent, and which in most cases can be used
without hindrance to business. Medicines pre
pared MOM establishment, which embraces of
ace, reception and waiting rooms; WACO. boarding
ana sleeping apartments for patients requiring
daily personal attention, and vapor and chemi
cal baths, thus concentrati g the tamed mineral
springs. No matter who ve failed. state your
it y tl
case. Read what he says I his pamphlet of fti
rages, sent to AQT address or two stamps in sod
ed enve.ope. Thousands f cages treated annu
ally, at Mace and all over he country Consat
tattoo free, personally or mall. O nce No. 9
Wylie street, (near, Con House) Pittsburgh,
Pa. Hoare 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sundays 1.56 ii..
to S r. x. Pamphlet sent to any address for hoo
stamp/. .. aPh .
grIIATCEIELO 1 8 HAIR DYE.
This splendid Hair Dye 1 the best in the world;
the only trne and perfect Dye; harmless, relia
ble, instantaneous; no appointment; no ri
diculous tints; remedte the All effects of bad
dyes; Invigorates and 1 . yes the Hair sat and
beautiful. Nock or brown.' bold by ill Druggists
and rerftimers; and properly applied at Batche
lor's Wig Factory. N. 16 Bond street. New
CITY' ENut EER'B orvicx, t
A.LIAGELTY CITY, Dept 20, 009.6
NOTICE.—The assessment for
GRADING of H NDEBSON STREET,
from Federal to Sandusk street; also, for grad
ing and psving of BL SOOSI ALLEY, from
Turner to Peach alley, re now ready for ex
amination and can be s en at the oSice of the
City Engineer until Sept tuber 25,4560, when
they will be placed in the hands of the City
Treasurer for collection
undereitted, appointed Viewers to assess
aamages and benetist for openlngJefferson street.
Second ward. Allegheny,' will rn.et on the prem
ises oh S sTUBDAY, october oth. 1.60. at 111
o'ciscit r. B. to attend t t the fixates of our ap
pointmeta. b. W. SVOUINNES.t,
JADLES 0 KAHAIIf.
___ -AW DEEW DAVI.D.ION._.
miler. OP CITY MIGINSiIi. AND efrrisVETOß, t
Pittsburgh, 'Sept. 10, 1.869.
TOTICE.—The' Assessment ' for
Grading Paving and Curbing' Fortieth
treet, from Batter strcet to the A. V. B. It.,
is now leady for examination. aud can be sees
at this office untiIIIONDAY, September 97th.
when it will be returned to the lAty Tressutees
office for collection. I B. J. MOORE. ,
5e16:031 I . City Engineer.
VALUABLE PROPFRTY IN
TWELFTH WARP.—On MONDAY. &p
-lc nber ltb. at 3 o'clok, will be sold by "CC
tion. on the pretnises 'thy property .No. 703
Fenn street. The tot ' fronts twenti- Itur feet
on Fenn street, extend.og back 0,,e hundred
eet to 'Mulberry alley. Os Fenn street
there is a rood two story brick twildieg, 24,x36,
containing store and dwailla house, with gas
flumes. On Blu'berry aley there ts a dwelling
house of 8 rooms, with good high cellar walls.
This paoperty le shunted In a good business lo
cality. mud as an laves. ment is worthy of special
attention. Terms at sale.
se23 A. LEGGATE, Auctioneer.
TOM; H. 13TZWAILT IitOBT. H.PATTYHBOA.
ROST. H. PATTERSON & CO.,
08. BURMA. KUM LIBERTIV
onion (771:64 . 17M11116.11 AND tf UEVLTOU. 1 •
Pittsburgh. bept. AL 1869. :
OTICE TO SEWER, CON-.
TRAcron.3.-BE AGED PatipoSALS will
e received at thi- belies Joe rebuilding : Try,
ntrett Sewer. until FRIDAY. October 18.1889.
at ar. X. Plans and specifications can be seen
at ttils office. • • .
The Committee reserve the right to reilet any
or all bids.
5e21:002 H. a:MOORE. City Engineer.
pig El OPT 110 RPE SCHOOL for
GIRLS. will be_pin Its second year D. V. Co
t 15th of SKEPTEMBER next. 9be number..
of pupils• all of whom live in the house, is lim
ited to 'luny. Freud' Is taught by a resident
governess. and so tar as possible is "1111d6 the
Isngnsse of the lawny. Address, for circulars,
etc.. MOB VIIASE, nishoptaorpe, Bathleham.
Penna. • sus°
ENDEBSON J.& BROTHERS,
'266 Liberty street, Melon, :xi-Drake:
t gut and Patent Medina. - pittai
, •4 •ci , • • -
LIFE, FIRE, ACCMENT,
No. 63 Fourth Street.
CAPITAL REPRESENTED OVER
$30,000 5 0001
I, I. CARRIER &
SEC. 1. Be it ordained and 6:i:toted try the Select
and Common Councils of the City of Pittaburoh,
and it is hereby :ordained antnernaeted by the
authority of the same, Thatit WO be lawful In
constx acting awnings to place and erect on the
sidewalk at or upon the curbstone. iron rails Or
posts of seacient strength to support such awn
ings, but such post or rail shall not exceed three
inches la diometerc. and, provided, that ' all awn
ings erected or to he erected. shall In other re
spects be In accora anft wlte the Orilnance eon
t‘ined 1a the Clcy Code, entitled • 'Awnings,"
SEc. 2. That any ordmance or part of ordi
nance conflicting with the passage of this ordi
nance at the present time, be and the same is
hereby repealed so far as the same affects this or
Ordained and enacted into a law in Ceuncils,
this 30te day of August, A. I). 1869.
A H. txllOS53,
President pro tem of Select Council.
Attest: E. S. him:mow.
• Clerk of Select Council.
W. A. TOMLINSON.
.1P President of Common Council.
Attest: H. liichiAsirmt,
of Common Council. . si22
A PEKELII DIIITUAL COMPANY:AN ORDINANCE
Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
For Western Pennsylvania.
Namberlig Nearly 60,000 Members.
ASSETS, (JUNE Ist, 18680 OVER
SUBPL US. OYER ,000,000.
Current Dividend from FORTY
to SEVENTY PER CENT. Cur
rent Inomeover $10,000,000 Per
Annum. Its Income from Interest
alone more than pays its Claims
ALL POLICIES NM-FORFEITING
For Every $lOO of Liabilities,
IT HAS $145 OF ASSETS
Liberal Arrangements made
with Insurance Agents and So
licitors upon application at this
The Most Successful
FIRE INSURANCE CO, IN AMERICA
Travellers' Accident, cash assets, $1,2151
Albany City Ins. Co., " " 401
Aetna Ins. Co ,i. Y., " " •50
State Ins. Co., Cleveland," "29
Lancaster Ins. Co., Pa.," " 26
Insurance Effected upon all d
'scriptions of .Property at FAIR .
RATES AND ON LIBERAL
TERMS. Applications Solicited.
Poticies issued without delay and
all business attended to with
fidelity and dispatch.
Cot. Federal St. and Diamond, Alleghen
BUILDINMoe. In thip BBOOND NATIONAL BANK
John A. Wrier, \Ju. Lockhart. \Jos. Myers.
Ju.L.Orsham. Robert Lea, 0. 0. Bovle,
Jno. Brown,Jr. George Rent, Jacob Bonn.
0.H . 8W liliams Jno.Vhoropson .T . mesaus - her
W W. MARTIN President.
JAMESBRN t )n:...Vice President.
R. tiTlivßNisON. Secretary.
DEOPLES , INSURANCE COm.
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rt. James scalar. Jared Id. Brush,
es. Vail Hirt. • Wm P. Lank aart
19V ra ,_icerresident.
gi v nt.'4A.H. PORTION. general Agent.
COg‘LLEG MEN YPITTBBURGH INSIIRANCA
MPANY OF •.
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malsist all do of Vire and Hutu
T. J. ROflrciftHON. Flee dent.
• G. G. p_glifißtilft_. _booretarT.
CAPT. Wt. DEA N. General Agent,
Jahn i nr4 dl 2.l B. L. -Yabnestoolfi
.f J., II .••• W. IL •Sverson. •
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IPS* Wine T. lie ACiro.
Ar il' ORDINANCE
ating t h eill Posters and Provid
ing for Granting of Licenses.
SzerlOw 1. Be it ordained and enacted by the
City of Pittsburgh, in detect and Common COWI.
ell* assembled, and it is hereby ordained and
enacted by authority of the same, That no per
son. firm, or corporation •h all exercise or cam
on the trade or business of Bill Poster within the
City of Yittshurah without having obtained a
license from the Mayor. as hereinafter provided.
and every person. firm or corporation v
this ordinance shall. upon conviction thereof be
fore the Mayor, be adjudged guilty and subjected
to a fine of not , more than liftidoltars for each
Sac. 2 The Mayor' shall from time to time
grant a license to each 'person, firm and corpora
tion, wh shall apply for the same and pay there
for to the City Treasurer. fur the use el the city.
the sum of fitly deniers to taut' lte and carry on
the trade or business of ails Yostet for the periol
of one year.
Siff. 2. That any ordinance or part of ordinance
conflicting with the passage of this ordinance ert
the present time, be and the same is hereby re
pealed so far as the same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law la Cattnclas,
this 30th day of August, A. D. 569. 1
A. H. GROS 4 .
President pro tem of Select Councilt
Attest: E. S. Monnow,
Clerk of Select Council.
W. A. TO3ILINSOIS.
President of Common Council.
Attest; H. lIICMASTE , II,
Clerk of Common Council. • se=
'supplementary totheOrd inane ecou„
tained in the Idly code, page 213,
Dnpplementary t o the Ordinance Cow
tallied in the City Code, page 231
section 21, emitted ”Carts, Carri.
• ages," eke.
SECTION 1 Be tt ordained and enacted by the
City of Pittsburgh, in Select and Common COUR
els assemble a u thor ity it is hereby ordained and
enacted by the of the same, That so =CD
of the Ordinance cot.tained in the C dy Code,
paste 231, section 21, entitled "Carts. Card
ager,r, ac.,as empowers and requires the Com
mittee on st cets "to designate the street or
streets on which carriages, necks. omnibuses,
spring and other wagons may stand while wait
ing for business or passengers." shell be and the
same is hereby repealed.
SEC. 2. That any ordinance or part of ordinaice
conflicting with the passage of this ordinance at
the.present time, be and the same- is hereby re
pealed so far as the same affects this ordinance.
th O s d3aonth d d a a y n of
Augu ed ,
A t D. a 126
A. ii. GROSS.
President pro tem of Select Council,
Attest: E. S. MORROW.
Clerk of Select Council.
w . A. TOMLINSON,
• President of Common Council,
Attest: R. McMASTYII,
Clerk of Common Council. set
Atithortsinir the G•ading, Paving and
tor bins of Forty-third street.
SiC. I. Butt ordafnea and enacted by the City
Of Pittsburgh, in Select and Common Councils
astern:aut.. au thors it is hereby ordained and enact
ed by the ty of tits tame, That the City
Engineer be and he Is hereby authorized to ad
vertise for proposals for the grading. paving and
curbing of Irony. third street from Sutler street
to Pearson 's line, and to let the same in accord
ance with Acts of Assembly and ordinances of
Councils In °clang therefor.
Sac. 2. That any ordinance or part of ordi
nance conflicting with the passage of this ordi
nance 'at the present time, be and the same is
hereby repealed so far as the same affects this or
Ordained and enacted into slaw in Councils,
this 30,A day of August, A. D. 1869.
A. H. GROSS.
President pro tem of Select Council.
Attest: E. S. Monnow,
Clerk of Select Connell.-
- President pro tem of Common Cound
Clerk of Common Council.
lir - pm:dna Roup Street the Petra.
sylvania Railroad to F ilth Avenue.
SECTION 1. Be it ordained and enacted by the
City of Pittsburgh. in Select and Common Coun
cils asscrobied, and It Is hereby otrialued and
enected by of the same, That the
City Engineer the
be and bets authority
nereby authorized and
directed se survey and open Ron p street, from
Centre Avenue to Fifth avenue in accordance
with the plan in the Engineer's office, and to ap
praise damages and assess benefits caused there
oy Wm. istrebilelfi. Wm. A Herron and George
Raubauser are hereby appointed in accordanfie
with au as of Assembly, approved January 6th.
sac. 2, That any ordinance or part of ordi
nance conffictiug with toe passage of this ordi
nance at the press nt time, be and the same le
hereby r. pealed so far as the same affects this or
Ord•iped and enacted into a law InCoanclls,
this 30th day of August, A. D. MG..
A. H. GROPS,
President pro tem of Select Connell.
Attest: E. S. Mouttow,
Clerk or Select Council.
W. A. TOMLINSON,
President of Common Council.
Attest: R. Mcliwarka
Clerk of Commoni Council. se23
Authorising the Grading. Paving and
tubing . of Diamond street. from the
Diamond to Liberty street.
SRCVIOfc 1. Be U ordained and enacted by the
City of Pitteburgh, in Select and Common
Councils assembled, and it is hereby ordained
and enacted by the thority of h e r e byme,
Teat the City lingineer be ana he is an
thorlzed and directed to advertise icor proposals
for the grading, paving and curbin. of - Diamond
street, from the •-Diamond" to Liberty street,
and to let tbe same in the manner directed by an
ordinance concerning streets. passed August 31.
1857; also, en act concerning streets, approved
January 6, 1864.
SEC. ul." That any ordinance or part of ordinance
conflicting with the passage of tale ordinance at
the present time. be and the same is hereby re•
pealed so far as the same affects this ordinance.
Ord:alm day nnacted into 18 5 9wn Councils,
this 30th of 11.ngust, A. D.
A. it. tIBOSS,
President pro tem of Eelect Connell.
Attest: E. n. MORROW W .
. A. TOMLINSON.
President of Common Council.
Attest* W. McM.heyatt,
Clerk of Common Connell• scl2
A N ORDINANCE
Caling the Place of HoldinEleo
Sl m one to the Seventeenth W ard.
BBC. I.‘ `
Patß a ordained and' enacted by
he City of e/urge, in, Reject and Com
mon Councils assembler:4l and it. is here •
by ordained and enacted rby "Me authority
of the same. That hereafter, the elections of the
teventeenth ward , be held In the new tcbool
bonen on Fortieth street, the other school lit-use
havlnc'been sota to Private partials.
, Sze. IL That env ordinance or part of ordinance
conflicting with the passage of Out ordinance at
the present time, be and the same Is hereby re
pealed so tar as tae same effects thls ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils,
this 30tu dap of August. A. D. 1.569 U.
J AMES Mc A LEY.
President of Select Council.
Attest: F. S. MORROW,
Clerk of Select Council.
A: TOMLINSON. -
Preeldent of Common Council.
Attest: A. 3ichirisTin,
Clem of Common Council.: se=
SHEETIN GS AND BATTING.
TIOLMES, BELL & co.,
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS.
Msaltsoturent of HEAVY MEIDIOII andLIOE7
Ammon Auto igasunous
SIXTATIN3S AND ILATI7II4I.
'NEW OPERA MOUSE.
- BENEFIT and last appearatice but one of the
DIRS. EDIMA WALLER.
FRIDAY RYTTRING, Sept 21S, 11369 , will
be presented the gr,at HlLabetnian tragedy or
THE DUCHESS OF MA.LFI.
Duchess of Maifi Emma Waller.
To conclude with the farce of
MR. AND MRS. PETER WHITE.
Grand Matinee on Saturday.
Monday Evening. the popular Comedian Hr.
JUHN E. OWENS.
rff - PITTSBURGH THEATRE.
H. W. WILLIAMS. Sole Lessee and
Manager. Farewell nosed.. of
A s'lCer medal to tbe best amateur comic re:
callst• Send names to box office. A splendid
bill. Saturday. JAMEII TAYLOR MATINEE.
Admission to Matlir , e, 25 cents.
IW'ACADEMY OF MUSIC
MONDAY EVENING, Sept 20th,
AND ALL THE WEEK,
rt Gt - Tt I VAS,
COMIC i 'PANTO MIME.
Wlll appear in her wonderful Parlor Entertain-
Elena. and GRAND I'EANOSPT
New character songs by
Also, first uppearance here of the celebrated
OF DROTEFQUE DANCERS from Paris. and
many new attractions. .
SIEBE GR NEFIT this Friday Evening, of Mica BES
WANTND. for a Grand Spectacle, to be pre- •
dated cy the Eiregories next week, 100 Can,
DRF N. from Sto 12sears of age. Apply at the
Academy of Music this day and baturday alter
PRICES OF ADMISSION
Tarot:tette and Dress Circle.. ..... . 75 cents.
Family Circle 50 *"
Beata can be secured witnout extra charge at
the Acsaemy of Music Box Office, or at Hof ataa
I Hale's Music afore.
FIFTH AVENUE lIALLe.‘-
No. 05 Fifth avenue, opposite the Oilers
House. Pittsburgh, Fa., is the coolest and most
desirable place ot resorte. Liquors can be had
at this place Pare and flood. The Billiard ROOM
are or the ground floor in the rear.
/3 lots 2157.131 feet. graded, only . $5OO-
per year. 4 lots 247132 feet. $4OO -
3100 per year. I lot 257129 feet, $500: Geed
street. Frame house of 3 rooms,- lot 7114.7100 -
feet; only $l.lOO. Brick house of 7 rooms, batk
room and stable; 92.1.100-s4,aue. 11 three
storied brick houses on Fulton street, each $9.-
500. A nve roomed pressed brick houses finely
finished, new; lot 60x100 Two blot houses.
pumps and hydrants, all tor $4,000. New two
room- d and cellar b and SUM p rick house, lot 21.1.71P0; *l,-
400 -$6OO cashper Year . Good
seven roomed house and lot 247260 feet, $21,-
5110. and easy ...rms. 6 roomed frame houses
lot 214760, $1,500-4500 cash and alan-e in 1
and A years. A lots on Wytle street 947E00;
$950. 1101 on Wylie street 97ex143:41.500.
1$ lots on Centro avenue 22.5“1215: 190 0 eisCh
-150 feet front on .Centre avenue by 125 feet
deep, will divide south. 6 lots on Ce ire avenue
from $3OO to 48110. The above property Is well
located and within 10 to 19 minutes walk of the
Court House, and on t e New Lentral Passenger
H. H. 20 acres on Western Penna. itallroad,
miles from the city. 20 acres on Pan Handle
Railroad, 4 miles Irma city. New G room frame
house 1 mile from Court House. 225 acres ,
Persons d- sirinato purchase a. borne or make
an investment, and those wishing to seU, please
call on or address.
MCCLUNG is RAINBOW.
att3o Nos. 195, 197 and 199 Centre avenue.
Near Osborn Station. on the magma.
iFt. Wayne and Chicago Railroad,
Containing About Two Ache Ent;
W. MACKEOWN & BRO..
195 Liberty Street,
HOBOKEP STATION PROPERTY
This benutifhl situation cannot be surpassed
for private residences in any direction, so close
to both cities, being only eight miles up_ the
Western Pennsylvania Railroad. Any person new .
siring information about this Property can oblate
it by calling at the ()Bice of. the IRON CITY MU
TUAL LIFE INSURANCE . COMPANY. TS
Federal street, Allegheny. Lots from one-halt
acre to Ave acres: also. small lots to Snitl,lll".
chasers. There is a good location or a mannfae
%tiring establishment, between the Railroad and
Allegheny river. aulicn2ll
VIOL?, ALE.—A. very Desirable
12 T OP LAND, containing about 46
acres, situate within five miles of the cltr and
about two minutes walk Wm ingram station of
the Panhandle Railroad; has .a front of &boil
one-third of a mile on Cha.tiers Creek; all capa
ble of being' cult.vated. being rich bottom land
and admirably scanted to being laid out into iota
of from 4to 5 acres or less. binall house, orch
ard and well of water on the premises. Teem,
easy-_ Apply to B. kIeLAIN A CO.
se= N 0.104 Fourth AVelltle.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.
Notice Is hereby glyen that by virtue of am
order of the °Whams' Court of the county •
of westattoreland, there will be exposed to ran
11c sal- on THURSDAY: the 30th day of SEP
TE %INK% at .1 o'clock ii.x.,lBB9,the following
real estate, to wit:
A Certain tract of Land,
Situate in St. Clair towhehio. in said county, at
Houston 'talon, on the Penna. R. 8.. idiot,:
ing lands of tbe Byeroe. Martin. Juo.timith
and the Conentaug containing
263 Acres and 123 Perches,
with DWELLING HOUBE. BARN and other
!too , ovemenis flier , on sate the real estate of
EDWIN a. TOWER. deed. hale to tate plum
on premises and be conducted In 11. sai d ow
sr sod A.. F. Brooks. adddinatrators of de
cedent. Teems—cash on Cementation of sale.
and th.t said sale be subject to the payments due
and to become doe on the bonds and mortgage of
- James W tto Dixon Houston and Wm. Hous
ton dated Nov, HU. 1863. and recorded to the
Recorder's Mike of • ald coonty.lll mortgage
book No. 3.lisps:la. and also subject Co the
t,ayments of the bonds and mortgage of Edisto.
W. Tower to James Watt,. refolds& on ttte 9th
day or March. 1569,-in tie same once. ID MOne•
gage book N0..4, page 19. By the
J. W BLATRVeIek.
Underlying the above propertY le a good veld
of coal; persona wishing to plinantile can tate the
mail train at Pittsburgh in UM morning and re
turn by the Johnstown accommodation the tams
evening. . : sennide••
W 'MEDEA& LEITTERSOF AD
Mt NIATMATION on the estate ofIrRANM.
LIN G. WILLIAMS, kites been granted to
undersigned. All persons. Indented to said es
tate are requested to mane immediate mann
and those waving claims gainst raid %state
please p:e sent th • same for settlement, prop..
authenticated, to the undersigned:
BAWL A. IMAM:,
No. 195 SandMOstreet„Third Ward. .
- tiny. lrUnn6l-ir
rTICE. - -Letters testamenga,..
Rit o gr a ntee tate t he
nee beet to the' andernigned 'by the
Register el Allegheny comity, CI ners.ns la
de oted to said estate Me be,rglit• ,310Ltiled LO:102k0
payment. and those' having elating against the •
est.te ars request..t to Pre tent`thein 'beg&
without delar. RAWL o. BO itlB4 l2el4 _ ,
QUIN cY A. ttOBIWN,..
se3mB2-P Extensors, xte. 255 LibenT