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CITY 'AND SUBURBAN
Ism GAUT= finsilled Iss eks City
fib► sts days of the speak Pr 16 COM per
and ; suaa, 18 per amass : I vim, FL
•term Mt managers are rejoicing.
Pow V In the Allegheny lock
up last night. •
Deputy Mayor Nienogs had five CUM
berme him Sunday morning. -
The holiday vacation •of the schools
lemmas's, next Tuesday, to continue
She Libel Case.—The Investigation In
the Quay. lannstrreial libel cue will be
resumed at three o'clock this afternoon,
'WMe office of Alderman Neeper.
- Train Stenv.—Fellx. Honkle, proprietor
-Of a boarding house on Liberty street,
made inlbrmation before Alderman Tay
lor,' yesterdsy, charging Wm. Eaton
with obtaining boarding of him to the
amount of US, making a false show of
beiggsge. Warrant Issued.
Ilimmerigtbilty.—A. young hid, Charles
Brown. about eleven years of ago, was
brought bears Mayor Drnm 7esterday
by Ida parents, who asked that he be
committed to the house of refuge for in-
Marrigibillty. It is said he Is uttogether
lin:manageable. He will be taken to the
CerroMode—Emanuel Safer, who was
arrested on Ittunday evening by Ofttorr
...Moore on a of seduction, on oath
olleliss Cranberry, an account of which
• we Wished yesterday, was, after a
morning, rf 7ird a m P itted
to Ja edtilf bail committed
at Court. " •
"Daddy" Agate.—The notorious "Dad-
Deihl yesterday evening stout are
o'clock, succeeded in cresting a large
crowd on Ohio street, near Sandusky, by
his drunken antler. °Mier Shafer hr.!).
along that way and intefered with
show by taking "Daddy'. to the
w h o ta. rkhou is It is probable he will go to the
A Warlderer.,—Sonday night a woman
Of middle sire came to the Allegheny lock
up pand acorght lodgings. Boa remained
Woe estarday and then aa
observed her staggering along the lower
side of the Diamond. Intoxicated. She
sr probably be gent to the Work Howe
• .day for eagrancay.
no Verdiet.—The Coroner's jury ern.
tennelled In the cue of John D. Smith.
0000 nos of whose death we publlahed
yeaterday, met at the Coroner's office
yesterday morning, at 10 o'clock. and
Oar hearing the testimony of the engi
neer and Bremen of the train by which
M was killed, a verdict of accidental
dlootk was ren dered.
Ariatker Batt —A few daya age, Mary
A. Pratt brought information before Al
derma Taylor against D. Hatch, for
ateeibly taking Jjameetwelon of her house
Lewreneeville, without proper author.
Blnoe tben she instituted suit
rianother party. D. P. Hatch, for
nse offense. Hearing* In both
eases were4cl yesterday, when the ao
mad give 1 for °and.
Abet let polio. yesterday
Mahe_ jcpddattlelal Malta to two houses
aw Third amain" over which Mollie
limb and tire Thompson prodded,
'adulated e proprietresses and In.
.'- It&maim that Informations
Were maleas%ahe frail creatures
above named, them with keep
Ina bawdy houses. upon this =shor
ty theyiowith their boarders, nine In all,
were_ arrested. They were locked upfor
Osesonal.—We had the pleasuro of
repairing yesterday; a friendly call from
Mr. Jasper Lawman, our well known
wheit painter and artist. We are glad
to announce that he proposes re openbag - 1
Ms studio bore although he will not
abandon the one he has presided over
for some time In New York. Mr. Law.
umn's works in the East attracted much
ettentlon and he gained for hlmmilf an
_ enviable reputation In the estimation of
the toren and counlsettes of the, One
arts. We are glad to Welcome him hem,
One Dozen of Stetuway's have thus far
been mold expressly for Christmas Pl4l/1-
eats, and the prospect Is that a dozen
more will go to the agate way. People
nete to roars that the beet is
the cheapest, and that the Steinway
Pianos are the beet will not be gainsayed
by any and all who can distinguish be..
tween a Plano and a Church Bell and
who have taken the trouble to compare
the Steinway's with other makes of
itudniments: If you would confer a
lasting benefit and truly delight the
hearts of your loved ones, buy them a
Sae Steinway. .11 Bieber & Bro. are In
receipt ol• splendid new stock.
Triable About a Itellecter.—Aldermah
Moreland is engaged in investigating a
llttLe business transaction" between two
ladies about a looking glass. Mrs. Mary
Arny states she borrowed of Mrs. Mary
Ekren, two dollars, alving as security, •
actoking glass, which ahe was to claim the
tbliowing Saturday, by the payment of
the money borrowed. She [failed to- aP
pear at the specified tim bot el
weeks thereafter rime with e,
the mon ms ey,
and demanded the article. It was too
late „then. It had been sold. To get
back the property, Mrs. Amy now
brings snit against Mrs. Strati, for lar
ceny as bailee. Tint accused will have a
Heal Estate Transfers.
The following deeds were admitted' of
record in theadoect T. H. Hunter, Esq.,
Recorder Itur the arnnty of Allegheny,
&lordly. Deeetober 20, 1868:
Jtalot a. .vlts to lobe B beta.. July 7, 1107;
lorta bvloo but oa 06.15 t moot, arroatocatb
toss.. I hawatab WO
ItrAtoa 1. Wagaor to Jootaa B moan I).e.
1116 . Lott° 07106 tattoo an. aratt, Elovtote
• MIA. 1100.01110 S OW
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staritao. Nuststialb want. Pittsburgh...atm=
,1 est aattou let al to C. 11. •al. 7
100 in VlM** a wan .Pllttobaratt. oiCro
itrlttlaa Moon so Joao blank. Beatelobar77,
INN Jul No 67 ',tatting - rift's alma, itfiber.
• i."7 l lo ls: mill b :7° D , ° "' •
if•Da amber 11. tr 67: lot
• 'a Visa. Ceartiersom!nsuin.
A Squo Pipe Barsti.
Testenig morning about four o'clock,
es the Mom tug "Clipper," with a tow
of ow bargee filled, was coming down
Cie 140nougabela Elva?, the main grim
pipe bunt. near the engine room, making
a kind report which (wakened people on
the shores In the vicinity. The soidect
occurred opposite Farrow de Gumbert's
yaks, 'above dam No. 1. The engineer,
Mr. J. Johnsen, wee found, after the so ,
eident, lybig by moot the cylinders with
hie arms and boost badly scalded. With
great nidiculty a g was ffected.
when the injured man landin was con e voyed io
the residattoe of Mr. Thomas Farrow,
where be received m'dlcai attention.
The boat wee owned by hisecre. Clark tr.
On., of Ude din and was not materially
damaged beyond w e e d bursting of the pipe
which wee coosaio by • flaw la it.
Probably Rital Accident.
FA* afternoon. about %font o'clock,
Yr. David Montgomery. e. rumor man,
wu driving down Thirtyeditth street,
thwenteenth ward, ( Lawreneeville,)
seated upon a load of hay, when the
bones became frightened and started to
trot. •• The driver attempted to attach
them, but In doing. so, war drawn from
his eau aed fell to the ground In from of
Usk wagon. Two of thewheals passed
ewer his piciumb, crusting him very
lariodatr, Haws taken to the realdence
Olds mother In Hatfield, and Dr. Rabin.
edhsalied la. It is probable he will not
recover, as his injuries are Internal and
very aerlame. At last iscanants he was
.1111 hiving, but In li veryprecationa con.
&hon. The young man was unmarried,
about Monty-three yeah of . age; and re.
aided with his uncle on a farm above
We !law Jail.
• Through the coartasy of the efficient.
end'kind-heortrid Warden Soutdretb, we
mare permitted yosterday to , look
through the new Jail quarts* which! are
well and comfortably filled with in
mates. The jail la a model of convent.
gm, and to all its appointments vainly
superior to the old one. The cella are
• warm, cony, well lighted and thoroughly
• ventilstad. The Warden congratu
lates himself that the Inmates have
sever enjoyed bettor health than now
`and intricate' the Mart to the im proved
geni arrangements of his hotei
Le thinks is largely arti.
dude, to the prisoners' health, via t the
auttedtation or wooden floors Ps the diri.
corded dons dogs. The °ells are all
. edam and In excellent order.
carton liesudreth' and hie able ands.
•• 10, Deputy Smith, deserve West credit
ibr the much improved condition of the
e and /or the good care they take of
aosadited Ofir itesplatt. _
Quarter Sessistsa—Judge Stews.
MONDAT, December the cas e
the Commonwealth vs. Daniel Jordan,
Indicted for larceny by bailee, J. D. Day
prosecutor, the jury returned a verdict
In the cue of the Commonwealth vs.
Christian Statfield, indicted for larceny,
Philip W. Hoffman prosecutor, the de
fendant plead guilty, and was sentenced
to pay the meta of prosecution, a fine of
six cents, and undergo an imprisonment
to the county work house for a period of
The next case taken up was the Com
monwealth vs. John Travii, indicted for
the larceny of sight yards of cloth val•
oed at *to, William Digby prosecutor.
The jury returned a verdict of not
Robert Hubbard, indicted for the tar.
ceny of =overcoat from R. J. Radians,
plead guilty, and was sentenced to the
work house for sixty days.
A. D. Dean, indicted for assault and
battery, on John Travers proseontor,
In the case of the Commonwealth vs.
Jecome Ranee, indicted for selling liquor
to minors, the jury returned a verdict of
The next cue taken up was that of the
Commonwealth vs. Charles Kopper, In
dicted for larceny by bailee, ands second
count cf - larceny,' Margaret M. Quigley
present:ann. It was alleged by the
prosecntrix that she purchased a vett
from the defendant, who la a clothier,
doing Detainees on Ohio street, • Alle
gheny, for the. sum of three dollars,
giving ham, as ehesuppossi, a five dollar
bill in payment, and, receiving two dol•
tars in change. She iubsequently awn ,
tuned that she had given him a ten dol
lar bill in mistake. She called on him
to rectify the mistake, but he declined
to make the correction. The jury. after
a short absence, returned a verdict of
"guilty in manner and form u indicted."
Sentence was suspended r and thedefend.
ant directed to pay the costa of prosecu
tion and refund the five dollars to the
The next case taken up was the Com
monwealth vs. George Bechriat, Indicted
tbr obtaining EDO& under false pretences.
It was alleged that defendant had ob.
tamped from T. Adam Webber_ goods to
the value of lilt, alleging that /US broth.
er owned property In Allegheny and
would pay for any goods purchased by
him, the defendant. On motion of Mr.
Glenn, defendant's counsel, the bill was
quashed, on the ground that the alleged
fraudulent reprenentatimaiwere not suf
Orient to maintain the Charge of obtain.
tag goods tinder false pretences.
TRIAL LIST FOR TOISDAT
132 Com. vs. Edward Paran.
J , John Helbang.
138 Thomas Berger
•139 6 . Frank Kerr.
lit " RfirannatT.i'Y
1 4 8 le . 1"
218 a. Samuel Rill, et al.
155 Richard McGovern.
421 Jno. W. Plttook and Jams
268 .. Henry A. Heedgrasa.
TRIAL LIIiT YOU wzmigsn•T
147. bass. vs. W. J. Robinson.
• • .
198. Mary Higgins.
149. Henry Hirahhanaer.
150. .• Frederick Ditranbaugh
151. Harry Girt.
15/ • Beltheaer Burkhart.
154. . A. Aronson et al.
TRIAL LIST FOR THURSDAY.
127. Corn. vs. Laurence Bell-1 oases.
133. . 4 Anne Gordon —2 cases.
Si. Jessie Jones.
88. . 4 John Silvis and John n
Compton Pleas—Judges Sterrett, and
Mannar, I/somber W.1.-51cOreedy vs.
Penna. R. S. Co. action to recover dam•
ages for injuries sustained by plaintiff
while in the employment of the defend•
ant. On motion of defendants Council,
judgement of peremtery s nonsult entered.
with leave to move the court in bank
SCi take it off.
TRIAL SART POE TOIO3DAY.
319. Stewart-ve. Clark and Sumner.
827. P. .t C. R. R. OR va.
151. Rodgers vs. King.
334. Welble v5..11111.
335. Coal Men's trust CO. 1211. Slarshall.
333. Samuel P. McClean vs. Pabneatock
341. Nett& vs. McCleland.
342. Jenkins vs. same.
340. Beall vs. Bracken.
345. Kletzley et al.'va. Jacoby.
341. Mellon Bro's. vs. Moundrield et na.
343. Noll va. Waldschmidt.
The Titusville Herald asserts that
operators to the oil regions complain
that they cannot get a good quality of
rope. in Pittsburgh; that our ropeit are
made out of old Junk reworked into
cordage. We think there Is some nits
take In such an assertion. Our mann
facturows la that trade certainly would
nut neglect such an oriel:cave patronage
by supplying an inferior article, and
playing Into the hands of dealers else
About two weeks ago ■ new well was
struck en the Blood firm. The Kadin,
tion was not over five barrels daily until
Thursday last, when it increased rapidly,
and is now fifty barrels.
The 'production of the wells on the
East Foster Farm, which It will be re
membered unaccountably increased ma
terially about the 15th of Int month,
and which afterward fell off about two.
thirds or the enlargement, la again on
the Increase. One well that was pro
clueing fifteen barrels three days ago, is
now producing sizt five, another has
Increasedlrom al: 'barrels to twenty,
and a third from let to twenty. The In•
crease Is still going on. It commenced
on 'Thursday. The operators In the
vicinity cannot account for the increase,
and this time no theories as to Its cause
have been advanced.
Week — her - o lut new w was
struck 012 Lases 91 of a
the Rynd ail
The yield le now thirty five barrels daily.
The working Interest Is owned by
?deur'. DUD dr CO.
Lost week Mews. J. H. Hebert, J.
Hoops and J. A. Contant took a lease of
the 'Wright tract, attested east of ths
Armstrong and north of the Ensign
tract, Pleasantville district.. This tract
has not been developed, but it is sup
poaed to be over the green oil belt.
Opens Hones—"Nanahon, the Crick•
et: , wax prompted at the Open, House
last evening, with Miss Emma Maddern,
the versatile young entree In the title
role. Her rendition of the character
unexceptionable and unequalled by any
other Nexus who has attempted It In this
city, except, perhaps, Maggie Mitchell,
who, notwithstanding her identity and
almost ineeparablo connection with the
character, will Had • powerful rival, If
net her peer, in Miss Maddern. Tula
evening abe will appear In' eidden
Hand" and °Sketches in India."
PrITB3I7I/011 Tautsvar.--There was a
large audience at the old Theatre last
evening, and the entertainment was a
most excellent one. Dick Sands, the
champion clog dancer of the world, la
the .principal attraction, and from the
enthusiasm manifested Cio his spperrinne,
he will doubtless prove a good card for
LaI"ATILT= Efata..Tbere wilt doubt
less be a large andlenco at Latayettellall
this •PoDIOQ, to bear John O. Saze's
LAntruw on "The French People at
Rome We presume there Is no One
who boa read the many good things Mr.
Saxe has written. who hag not a desire to
hoar him lecture; and three who hare
been to fortunate as to bear him are
doubtlessly anxious to hear 411 m again.
Then will be no reamed seats.
,:ACADEXT OP. Munro —Oran'a celebra.
ted German Opera Troupe will oven a
brief season of dye nights and a Christ.
man Matinee at the Academy to-night.
The following fevorile and well known
artists among others will appear: More,
Athena Jackson, MarlePrecierlci, Bertha
johannaen, Sophie Dente, Meant The.
odorre Hablaman Medina Lyric
Wong In America ,) Pratt: 1111:101007, Wil
ho/01F01131(11; HWnrich thelnecks, and
Joe. Weinlich, under the musical dire°.
Don of POW: G. Pan Ohel. This evening
"La Dame Blanche, or the White Lady"
will be presented. Beata may be pur
chased at H. Metter &Bret's. wall knuwn
music store, Pio. DU Wood Street.
From Mirth I. Pats.
Lust evening two gentlemen ware rid
ing down Federal street, Allegheny, In •
alaigh. when the horse took fright swat
Hemlock street, and ran Swig'. ru his
flight the affrighted animal anoseeded In
bringing up against a tree, smashing the
vehicle. One of the occupants, hir-
Wimple, was thrown ant with anch id&
lance that his right 'boulder blade was
fractured. The other gentleman escaped
with but • few alight bruises, The in
jured man 11111 conveyed to his resi
dence In the Third ward, where his
injuries wire tistontiod to.
A Barroom Flght—A Han :Die. from
One more cue has been added to the
long hit of homicides which have been
committed in this county within the last
DM Menthe. Another man bu died
from injuries received in • a barroom
fight, and our court of Oyer and Term
iner will be called noon to Inquire into
and investigate the facts of another case
of murder. The last victim was John
Blaine, who. It appears, was at Philip
Eictumzenbach's saloon, No. 169 Fifth
avenue, on Saturday, the, llth inst.,
when, It is alleged, be got into a quarrel
with Augustus Ebbert and Junes
O'Hare; which terminated in a tight.'
During the difficulty It appearithat
received a slight wound on his lel
thumb from a knife lu the hands of orie
nt his antsgonlins, which at the time
gave him no concern. He went home
after the difficulty, and in a day or two
afterwards the wound began to pain
him severely, when Dr. Dancan was
°ailed In. Nothing Redone was . appre
hended by the physician until Saturday
morning, when the injured man bad
symptoms of tetanus, and Saturday
evening be died. The Coroner was
notified of the case, and summoned
jury, who were sworn, after which the
Investigation was postponed. -
Yesterday morning Eliza Dining,
widow of the deceaaed, made informa
tion before tho Mayor, charging Ebbert
and O'Hare with murder. A warrant
was issued. and officers Ruch and Strain
arrested them and took them to. the
Mayor's Office. After a partial heiring
they were committed to jail fora further
hearing on Saturday.
fleform and Art
Ono of the largest audiences of the sea.
ion assembled in Lafayette Halt last
night to hear Bayard Taylor on "Reform
and Art." The lecturer discoursed for
about an hour and a quarter In that
pleasant style which eharacterigea all
his performances, dwelling. upon the
salient ?suite of American Society, which
need reformation. and the method or
Art of bringing about the dealred end.
The thoughts were clothed in the choicest
language which served as a sort of
silken robe Gloomiest the fsllaoy and re.
putsiveneas ofidealiatio akeptico--moral
theorising npoo which the changes have
been rungand exbaostful, by others long
no. It is some time since a pittsbeirgh
sudiencp hail been treated to Ruch a die.
quisitiot abounding fort e b meat part
in sophiatry and fanciful logic, and they
'manifested their approval of the sand ,
meats uttered, by a coldness and a lack
of sympathy seldom observed In oqr en.
thud/ado assemblages of lecture goers.
Only upon one point, that of Women
Suffrage, did the speaker seem to ad.
Vance a practical and correct idea, and
this, like a diamond in the midst of
drain, was mogalzed with appiedative
'The next lecture of the course will not
take place until after the holidays,,and
will bridnly announced.
The largest and finest selection of in
ittrnmenta ever brought to this city are
now to be seen at the piano waroromos
of Charlottes Blume, over Not. 43 and 45
Fifth avenue. They were selected eepeo
tally for the holidays from the factories
of WM. Rxiabe @ Ocr, (now the largest in
the United-Suites.) Knobs's inntrimanta
have been before the public for thirty
two years, and upon their excellence
alone attained an unpurchtsed pritemt
pence which pronounces them unrivaled
for their font. Muck, workmates/Up and
durability. They have been awarded
eixty.tive gold end silver modals at dif.
ferent fairs over other competitors. All
at their piano. havo theirnew Improved
cverigrung scale and upper three
.octaves agralfa This establishment
Is elm tole egont for Haines Brrs '
pianos, acknowledged by all "the
bet planes at the pile • made."
Prince dc tb.ii world renowned organs
and meloderma, and pianos and organs
from six other mak ern. Penione wishing
anything In the above line should, by el I
means, pay a visit to the extensive
wareromus of Charlotte Blume, Nos. 43
and 45 Fifth avenue.
Mr. Louis Shamburg, the well known
and enterprising rattle drovor, who la
always up to time, has just brought to
the Altegheny drove yttrd a trio of as
fine cattle as ever grazed in a field. They
are FROCiMenll which would eel whale
and hearty Englishman in a fever of ex.
pectatlon and Impatience for the first cut
and roast, or would chain In en
thualastle ' admiration a Rosa Bon.
hour, who would glory In the
fair proportions of these bovine monsters.
They are pretty as pictures, rot, Heels-,
and in as good health as any could de
sire. They should be bought and placed
In the "ring" on Daqurane way to wony
the '•bears, and a lively corner they
would make; but the owner, who secur
ed the precious three on a thriving form.
to Clark county, Ky., proposes another
disposition. lie will put them up at
chances, at ten dollars on each one, to
all comers who wish to draw a "bully"
prize. The disposal will 'take place at
the Morgan House. where the cattle can
now be seen, on New Year's day.
Taken over to the Penitentliry,
We happened In the jail yesterday
when Hartman and Beaconler were
brought•out of their cells for a transfer
to the penitentiary—the former to make
a sojourn of fourteen years and ten
months, the latter a stay of ,fourteen
months. There were present a good
many friends of both parties to bid them
good-bye. Hartman, who had his leg 16
• sling, still suffering from his accidental
seltimpsed• wound, looked as though
ho didn't care shat the situation, while
fisuMiller wept bitterly, as though his
heart would break. They were band•
cuffed together and ware placed in - a
carriage, and, ca:ampanted by Deputy
Sheriff ()Inlay, and another gentleman,
were driven off to the penitentiary.
Hartman goes Into confinement a bale,
vigorous and hearty young man, and if
he lives to larva out his term, he will be
between forty and fifty years old when
he comes out. ..Elnibbs" Arnold will
probably be taken over next Saturday.
Verily, the way of the wicked is hard.
A Hint for the Holidays.
Christmas and New Year are close ne
on us, the season of joy and pleasure to
many a home circle, and the Ingenuity
of many a father or benevolent uncle or
Mend will be put to the teat to provide
just the thing that will make a suitable
present. We think we render them a
real service, If they desire to make a
present that will be a perpetual promoter
of innocent pleasure and rational . enjoy
ment, by advising them to select one of
those beautiful pianos and organs out of
the immense holiday steak now on ax.
hibition at Mellor ,t Hoene's Palace of
Mamie, No. 53 Fifth 'avenue. Many of
these Instruments are already selected
for holiday presents, but Mellor -A:
Hoene's stock Is so largo that they could
yet supply about hall the city. Persona
wishing to make the handsomest, best,
sad moat useful present, should go to
Mellor & Hoene's, and buy one of tnelr
beatitlfuf pianos or organs.
- wlltlamwo, Shop, 190 Federal street,
Allegheny, is first class for luxurious
bath, for shaving, hair dyeing, hair cut•
ling and dressing, plain or by curling and
frizzle; also, for cupping and leeching..?
The Pltlsburgh F.male College has
seven or William Roabo'.4 Co.'s cele
Itcal Fine Lace [Axel/ for holiday prea.
tints at Macrum dr. Carlisle.% 2/ Fifth
ATtetetwill be given to every pur
chaser at Tobias, No. 13 Bt. Clair street,
good for the Pittsburgh Theatre.
Haines Brothels' Piano. Ira' gold only
at Charlotto Blume's music store', $3 and
45 Filth avenue.
Get Your tickets free of charge for the
Pittsburgh Theatrer to every one who
buys ' garment at Tobias, No. IS Sixth
Glom. Bane arid otbor useful Articles
for gift; at blierum dt Gull& o's, 27 Filth
'roc the Pitteburgft Theatre-grey
tickets aro given away at Tallish No. IS
f3txth street, to every purchaser of ctottl.
Car Llama Preto/m..4-ore.; variet y of
(spay articles at lowemt Friers. at
Macaumb 01405 4cCo'n.
Don't Bay a Mao until you have ex.
amined the unrivalled /Inaba, for tale
only at Blume's. 45 and 45 Fifth avenue.
If you want to go to the Pittsburgh'
Theatre Ms of charm go to Toblax'. /hi.
IS 81. Clair street, and buy a good over
coat at 110 worth 120. and you will get a
ticket to the above•plaoe, tree.
limy—five gold and /diver medals have
been awarded Knabe'a pianos,
Pirgl3lll3l3ll DAILY GAZETTE: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21, 1559,
Immense Stock °tiered for Holiday
Week at Wm. Plemlog S Co's. 139
Wood Street—Great Bargains, lb to
. 245 Per Cent. less ipso. Any Other
• /souse. .
It would do every lady in this com
munity good to drop into the elegant and
spacious salesrooms of this firm and ex
amtneithe magnificent display of choice
fors - that have Just been opened for the
holiday trade. It is well known that
there has been a great depression In the
brudness circles of New York, gold be
ing reduced at one time to 120. Taking
advantage of this depression Mr. w
went to Neork, and purchased an
immense stock of furs, at prices less
than they recently could be sold for.
This stock is of the very finest quality,
made in the moat fashionable styles, as
will appear to any one who examines
them. It embraces Astrachan and Per
sian Lamb, Hudson Bay Sable, Mink
Sable, German Fitch, Water Mink, Si
berian Squirrel, Alaska Mink, made up
In the newest and moetfashionablo styles
of Sacqnes, Etrenlas, Berthas, Capes,
Collars, Cafe, two, three and four ring
Muds; etc.. Those who have a knowledge
of the house of Fleming 6: Co. need no
assurance from no that the goods offered
will be found such as are represented, as
the firm has alt established reputation
There can - be no more useful and ac
ceptable present for the Christmas holi
days than a nice set of font, and surely
no better opportunity was ever oftered to
secureauch a one than now at Fleming
& Co.'s. When it Is the universal testi
mony of all, that Fleming et Co. do sell
the same goods from 15 to 25 per cent.
less than any other house it is certainly
worth while for every purchaser to call
and see for themselves before purchas-
Mg elsewhere, especially as the store to
centrally located, and can be visited
without any loss of time.
Beautiful Prewnw.—ln the search for
holiday triftP. Meters. barker ,t Hazel
tine, 18 Fifth avenue, should be visited.
Some of the finest works of art in the
country are to be found there on es hi
ration, and for Pale. For a beautiful gift,
what could be more appropriate or high
ly prized than "Christian Charity,"
"treater Morning" or "Rock of Astae,"
prodpctlone of 'some of the most eminent
artiste. These are but a fewof the many
which should be examined by the seeker
!titer holidaY gift&
Like every other first elaee arti
cle, Pier, Cannata & Co.'s Cream Ale
ache freely. Great quantities of It are
brewed and taken oil the mutate°.
Laren, hands without delay or trouble.
MIS le why it la better to make a good
article, even if it costes little more than
an Inferior one.
Herr Holtman at the Pittsburgh Thee
tro Is the greatest performer In the
word. If you want to Soo him. go, to
Tobias. No. 13 Sixth street, and buy one
of his 55 overcoats worth 110, or s4nto
worth s b, and you will get a ticket pa to
tho above place.
The "Beebe' Is decidedly the best
piano made. To see and hear them Is
the best way to judge of their superior
merits. At lower prices than any other
tirst4dass piano made. For sale only at
Blume's, 43 and 45 Firth avenue.
Phrenology.—Fowler and Wells, at
Lafayette Hall day and evening, will
make elamina , lona a few days longer.
What to do and how to make the moat
of time and talent explained. cr
Everybody can go to the Pittsburgh
Theatre free of charge, by going to No.
13 Sixth street. to purchase a coat, a pair
of pants, or boys clothing, and you will
get a ticket to the above place, free of
French Beastlea owe their elegant
romplexlons to the tine of Milk of Vlo.
tem now the wont popular cosmetic
in Europe. Sold by all drumlins and
fancy goods dealers. 17. .W. lirineker
haft; N. S., general agent.
To go to the Pittoburgh Theatre tree of
charge : all you have to do la to go told,.
-Tobias , So. 13 St. Clair street, to pur
chino a garment. and you will get a
ticket to the AbOVO place, free of charge.
Toys, Dolls, and many fancy articles
ftr Christmas, at hiscrumdf Culla/8'8,27
nectar's Hanna forma a very agree..
able light nutritive fund, a auperior arti
cle for puddings and Jellies, and la highly
recommended by phyllclans for invalids
and children. Bold by all grocers.
Merchant■ and Dealers in fancy goods
supplied M Eastern prices, at
Nos. 78 and ho Market Street.
Seven litops.ln ['Tines& Co.'s" new
stylerantoMatlo organs, Price only $125
cash. For sale only by Charlotte Blume,
43 Fifth avenue.
Elegant new etvlee Jewelry, Just
openen at liner= F Carlfale'a,ll Fifth
ConatitationWater um a aertale enre tba
-Dlabotee and -all dimmest of the El&
non". For ale by all Drugglata.
Alexandre'• Kid Gloves,full • assort
ment, black and all colors, Just received
at Idecaux, GLYDN CO'IL
Jewel, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes
for presents, alserum d Qtrltele, 27
Handkerchiefs, Collars, Saari* @o., fcir
the Holidays, at bfaartma & Z .
Bows, Ties, Suspenders, all now holl.
day Roods, at biker= & Carlisle's 27
Kttebe's Plance are warranted eight
Captain Palterson'e Ind3oti
[From the Oont a Rep uelleen.]
Captain Patterson, of the Fourth United
States infantry, who he► just' arrived
from the west, encountered considerable
difficulty while crossing the plains be.
[wean Forte Fetterman and Lanunle,
some days since. Captain Patterson was
accompanied by an escort of one Set.
genet and ten men of the Fourth mounted.
On the second day out from Fort Fetter.
man they were attackted by a band of
redskins, numbering one hundred and
fifty. A running fight 'was kept up by
the parties for several hours, resulting in
the death of one soldier, an old reliable
veteran, and several Indians. The Cap.
tats came Into Laramie an Wednesday
morning, bringing with him the body of
the slain soldier.
The Indians who did the fighting were
Arapahoe?, and it Is believed they were
led or set on by the notorious white un
egsde antrdesperado, Sohn Redrew.
The same fiend is an outlaw from the fact
of his having murdered a Corporal at
Fort Fetterman a few months ago. He
seta word to this post last week that he
would be down upon the command with
his tribe and destroy everything which
came into hie power. Such implicit con
fidence did the half-breeds and other
settlers hate In his word that the maim ity
puked up their household and other ef
fects and left the country. •
,is a French haltbreed, of a
fiery nature, and shows no mercy to any
white man who is unfortunate enough to
fall into his hands. He is well known to
many of our citizen! and known, too,
as a desperate character; and who does
not scruple to commit the worst crimes.
If caught by the officers of the Western
army, or by the troops, he •will be shot
like a dog. He bas sworn never to be
taken alive. He has also sworn to mur
der every man in blue with whomh e may
come in contact. He is a character that
should be looked after, Minted down and
severely punishid, In fact, the country
Should be rid of his presence entirely, for
as long as he is at liberty no white man
is safe in tho territory which he infests.
ittinutietere of Vtoun strings,
An English paper says: "The mann.
facture of strings for musical instruments
has been carried on from timeimmemorial
in some of the small villages in the Abruz
zi, and at the: presenttimetheiceapollian
provinces maintain their superiority in
the production of this article. They , re.
quire the greatest care and dexterity on the
pert of the workmen. The treble strings
are particularly difficult to make, and are,
made at Naplem, probably because the'
Neapolitan sneer., from their small sin
and leanness,salford the beet material.
They are made from the small intestines,
which most be. well scraped; the lutes..
tines are then steeped In alkaline.leys,
clarified with ',little: alum, for four or
live days, until the gate are well bleached
att4l. swollen. They int nextArawn
through snopen brass thimble, and pres
sed against It with The hall, in order to
smooth and equal their mutate; after
which they are washed, span or twisted,
and sulphured during two hours. They
are finally polished by friction and drie d. are sulphured twice or
ished betweeabor beforeethey areudr dri co ed, an " d are pol
Plants In Steeping Rooms.
Though the air is - dependent for the
renewal of its oxygen on the action of
the green leaves of plants, it must not be
forgotten that it is only in the presence
and under the stimulus of light that these
organisms decompose carbonic acid. MI
plants, irrespective of their kind or na
ture, absorb oxygen and exhale
acid In the dark. The quantity of nox
ious gas thureliminated is, however, ex
ceedingly small when compared with the
oxygen thrown out daring the day.
When they are flowering, plants exhale
carbonic acid in considerable Ausnay,
, and at the same time evolve heat. In
1 this condition, therefore, they resemble
animals as regards their relation to the
air; and a number of plants placed In s
room would, under these circumstances,
tend to vitiate the air. •
While the phanerogamia, or flowering
plants, depend on the air almost entirely
for their supply of carbon, and are busy
during the day in restoring to it the oxy
gen that has been removed by animals,
many the interior cryptogamis, as the
fungi and parasitic plants, obtain their
nourialunent from material that has al
ready been carbonized. They . do not
absorb carbonic acid, but on the contrary
they act like animals, absorbing oxygen
and exhaling carbonic acid at all Rime.
It is, therefore, evident their presence in
a room cannot be productive of good re.
Aside - from the highly deleterious ac
tion that plants may exert on the atmos
phere of a sleepingsroom, by increasing
the proportion of carbonic acid during
the night, them is another and 'mord im
portant objection to be urged against their
Presence In such apartments. Like ani
mals, they exhale peculiar volatile organ
ic principles, which In many cases render
the air unfit for the purpose of respiration.
Even in thadays of Andronious this fact
was rccognixed, for he says, in speaking
of Arabia Felix, that "by reason of myrrh,
frankincense and hot 'Tien there grow
ing, the air was so obnoxious US their
brains, that the very • inhabitants at some
times cannot avoid its influence." 'Whig,
the influence on the brains of the Inhabi
tants may have been does not at present
interest us : we have only quoted the
statement to show that long ago the em
anations from plants were regarded is
having an influence on the condition of
the air; and, In view of our present igno.
lance, it would be wise to banish
untilour sleeping apartMents, at least
until we are better informed regarding
their true properties.—Dr. J, U. Draper,
Additional Markets by-Telegraph.
ALIIANT. Dee. 20.—Baeyes dull: re
ceipts of week 3,553: few Christmas of. first chum scarce, and prices are
about the same as last week. The IMF.
ply of . Sheep Is fine, mostly Canada:
common to fair 4%*@:50; fair to good 53
@No, and good to prime Bc. Hogs: the
reoWpes of hie la light as dreamed have
taken their planes, a few aales, how
ever at lovjgdoxa for light, and 108i(3:
lit& for heavy.
DITELOIT. Dec. 20.—Wheat a shade
firmer at 11,011(41,11 for No. 1. Barley
Arm at $1,110(41.85 per cental. Mlll feed
higher, with wales at 540 for (name mid
dllntre and $l5 for bran. Drafted hogs
"Wady: heavy at 112,25 and extra heavy
HILLNDS-66 Sabbathrhhac th• ;91.
r i y,..cir s tazaher, 11169 , at mo
irnueral firots his late residence, Atm. tows.
ship, mar Perm.'lie. on TIZAAIS4T, the MLA
dAT of preetsb,. TASIO. at TO o'clock A. 5.
'CURRY—AI Poland. Ohio, Dee. 19 CILIA,
defiant.. o Juno ants harm% IA Corry.
funeral from the federal aDeet & teflon. Ails
then, City. Tilt• OAT. OA lOts o'clock A. It. Tha
Crietdsare Invited to attend.
B. ParraYana lames L. WILLI4MII.
•TTI• RtlOY & NlLLimps&
• ttttt re,m
coet ol Filth avnue and
art effect. leletaburah. moo et . ii thuds,
Shrouds. Crap. • and le loves, all every &scrip.
Hun of Neer.] herolehlunaood ?endears, 00 use
moat r. uoualer term. In thu city. Hearse Boa
tarrinee. f •rnlette.l. 110 j,
ItLEB 11 , PEEBLES, tug.
P5: 4 _4 Villl z u ft
AV...KUI A/lee:way Cll7, where mei.. Mier..
BOOMS we eceerLsealy 1113pplled Eft teal al.g
lealtuJon Hu glued, liatveser woun
Maim, at peters 'well,' teerd lee to 11100. Lc
Mee prepared foe lwercieu. Hunee and 6. - •
Mo 4 dl. 177e=i A u . w n ' t
JOSEPH MEYER & SON,
- No. 44* PENN STRICT.
Ca rrtogas nit rawszalls. $9.00 N. 4.4.
001111N5 sad 1/11wers1 Fundament are.
WATTLES & SIIEIFER'
New Jewelry Store
• TO BUY YOUR
LAP/Es , GOLD WAITIDES AND rFI4INS,
II• NTS` Go , D WATCH IN • hD_C,IIAINI.
ratAIN AND "AND BRArELETs.
lISSDELIRCHIEF 11OLLPERs. Mae assort.
I' I7IMiOND RINGS AND PINS
MOS". AGATE RINDS • SLEEVE BUTTONS.
SOLID SILVIO& A .1.. PLATED WARE.
OuLD AND I•ILVILit READ vANEs.
Tomer tiTe, VASES, PARISI( 'NIMBLE
•ll boushtln Na. Tort at the reduced rates of
Gold, and will be soil very low In or der to re--
One* oar abort as much a. oosslble. 'Plot a Mt;
and tee as.
WAT7I.IIB & 1111EAFE L
101 01Pril AVI3IOC, atom 110tbleleitreat
JOHN M. COOPER & CO.
Bell and Brass Founders,
IMRE, LOCOMOTIVE a< LOLLING MILL
Made Promptly to Order.
Made and Kept on Hand.
Proprietors awl lissoftetsren of
M.Cooper'slmproved Balance Whee
Office, 882 PENN STREET.
Foundry, Cor.l2th nod Railroad Ettreoths
IitENRY G. HALE,
Coiner of Penn and Sixth Streets
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
'LIMES OR GENTLEMEN'
X 7,4 1 2, 3 j. c .. Mame wee pretest for their
IVNIMMOWM. 7 2TMIVi i .f
vEszar..../12* aekl: poAternajust
tneelW. • G. DD NSEATIVEL
• JENNLIN AND orriclar. . •
' le MTH AVZNIrs.
BAN*. FOR SAVINGS,
50. el 7tWRTIi
' GHARTERXD IRISH. •
5i17 . 104 1 1.1xMa 9 , L t .? to . f11 " 15. "' NO!
ember Int, from to 9 o'elock,.. ft groin * No.
rapper Int to WO Int, 6to Ito'clook. latorast
truor:ittliPalretl9; Pej ""' u'r " it.
J.tamT and Joir. BarkiNtllnatV2, 7 l.•
Board of Biaatrorr-Geo. A. Bury, Toesideatt
B. H. Harlow:. dna. Jr..lflon Trraidentst
D. X IV Blain!, Secretarf and Troasurnr.'
A. J. tiraham..A. B. Bolt, Wm. R.
'Bolick. Joao IL ith.orth, r. Raton Oi
k t Vocau itkozos,doo.soott.Robt.OrdtrOmmut,
D TA , T h Z ' a!txtoil. &mums •
THE UNIVERSAL CLOTHES WRINGER
Is the best In one. For mll4 ar"t"'
at Non. 1111 and 11118IsI6 lama.
J. An. PHILLIPS.
Wringers'ar kinds repatr.l3l 00 wpm
E PIE copal.
Montane Beet Batting. VADM street.)
2 Yr.. os MONDAY, JAAwy M.
CLIT•MaY to betuid trap the lelselpl. -
AMMO NAY. Y. SMLLAY;
,Lost,".Trants ." .. .Ebund,"“Boarding,"
de., not exceeding FO 7R LENA( will
be inaerted u Mae cohonne once for
TWENTY-PIV23 CENT'S; each add,
lion d tine P7P2? 0.107.174
WANTED.—From March or
Awl' next, THREE PtittNl,llllCDE
rtiFURNI•HED ROOlllO. +ll6 boarding ' lor
FLOYMILIeT SC. Clear
Rime; BOlee 01.11 LEI and MGM for dinereeo
wee. Of employment. Per.. .tinf pelf
OS ail kinds eau eupplled on short noMea.
WANTED—An AGENT for this
T 7 d TV 871Wildi l ltretrait i go Ab er i n t lentt
offers...rine more liberal thou say otter company.
Call and examine at 151 Wood .treet.
H. C. WILCOX_ Travellar Anent.
WANTED.-4 GENTS every-
WIIS RE to he
the All ItHICAN
TWO KAGHINF., the only Ptactimil Family
Knittin Machine ever Invested. Fries OWL
Will knit g,.
20.000stitehes per minute. Ad.
dress AiIIIKILIcHN KNITTING KACHINZ CO.,
Horton. Mn... Drift. Louis. Ko.
WANTED. - ZNORTGAGEL -
$30.000 to Lout la lug. or mall amounts,
at a (sir rate of Interest.
THOMAS K. PETTY,
BM, Bontutd Real Vitale Broker,
No. 179 Bir. , thtleld street
WANTED. TO BORROW
•7,ooo.—Three tD ocumßd doll.
sums of 11500 or mon, for tumor three Teem. et
0 per cent. tutinst. A gut mortgage on host
els. property /1.1111 Y security. Address. la-.
Medlately, X. X.. GAzsrrx orTICE.
WANTED. AGENTP. - $250
pr.TvigllAllB2t n ellgrAWßl l Pl:
CHINE. Price only SIB. Great Inducements to
L A rtr of To. tr,vi,,sram VI;
oot BittelPl—wal do anv,k I s d or wera tbarcan
he do.. any maehln• - 100,090 cold and the
tly Increasing. Now lithe Gr.
I. take an Agency.. Bead for Grattan. Whs•
ware or nfringers:NM Addrela
CO., Boston, - Baas., Pittsburgh, PL. or on.
L'OIUND.—On Saturday even_
The cl ' rf;r, l tn b pgr . ht ele ß h o t U ng plru l t ‘ g rc;11 .
vertising, eau obtain It on application at Um
house furnishing store of (Inc. Wr litabler, No.
OS r. aleral stree., Allegheny. •
A GOOD MOON D•HA2ID
BRADBURY PIANO. 7 1.2 OCTAVE)
Nearly now. Also. seisral su.lrs of
VENITIA N BLINDS,
All color. awl Dearly new. The obora sTt
wlll be told away, for want of room.
Comer of Strth ♦OOOOO arid Szollhaeld Street
FOR SALE.—STOCH AND Fn—
TIMM LEASE AND GOOD WILL. of •
lint.classi/raerry, antis. 400dbuelnees. The
ande rein , an being eagegeil In other trosiness. le
the rennin fot selling. O. W. DIMLY, 49 Fed.
ars' street. /I_,llttly.
FUR EIALIEL-1, FIII6IC CLAOR
NEW : NICK DWIELLIAR
sot •0 d sows lI oe On ed.
A 1,11,1 61•ObSt•nt111 Brink Rouse and
Larg o Lto
a P y r 00.. w
r s ckHone of ale room.,
eet. goad eel ar. to and wain.. Forty
Also.alltlClMMlt Faure Roam of tsar room,
and hall on For y - ltweth•lle•t.
Also. • well Mau
limas on Forty-
Fourth street. Paved In Iron. Ind a a . . with *
.:penleg for ano.b• r boom sac lot.
A so. A ant Clam modern style a tame Room
1.0. • number of Bulk:Una Lots on different
A 1.... Building Lola in Bloomield, with ten
hairs to t ay.
Itwolre of D. I. Williams, Real Istate and
iaalonne • •aent. rete•teealti .are. Flit..
pt.. John's Illyslseolml
Tiothe soh Lots on Sprfng Hlll Eleventh ward.
tolSs *3,500: 104 aer • near Pleasing Station.
43,000: house and Lot, 64 James street,
425410; 51 house. on Phallus street. 12.900
X 300 ;
2 houses and 3 lots In Pleasant V. ley,
14 300; 6 acres Is Reserve township on Erse•
reen road, 111,000; .1. on Vresnont street,
honor and lot In Salem, 1/010, 451. hOU;
acre (mild lleolevne Boro,11:000; house
and lots, head of hearer street,l6l,ll34ll; boors
and aurae In Elisabeth horn, *IAMB house
and lot In Bridoewawr, Beaver coon,c—l:atm
male. 01 roams, lot 63 by 1110 Rot II 000:
Arm at lair Slaka thaildn, 34 aorta, per
acre. Inquiry at
Real Ingle Agent, corner (AIIITIM la and yangnalq,
DERSONAL.—AII persons seek.
LI.O 110.1141. or lorestmarda to Real 14•
told. vlll sore Use,, trouble and moll burp,
f iltrillillt .: VlWlVe U nllitay aat l i
or alll be rent by mall elms lousy nemeatlog Ir.
Person. Cannot Mil to get mired out or the mac
Ila It banal.. IiBuTT LLIPm Po
Idakan and Seal Patala AgooM P . No. 179 Poona
FUR BA LE.--Eugines and 8011.
ra, New and boo-mud IlOnd, of MI Mud.
comlunly on hand. -
JAMES HILL It CO..
Co.n/ r Harlon A eeeee t P. P. W. t C. H. W
CHEAP PROPERTY for Yale,—
No. 47 Garden 'Arnim tenty.
torte lett slit Inches front by ona hundrdd and
ten de• p. to an alley. A large frame
imitable fur a nianeleetory or doe ling. Alto. a
dwelling hone, of Its rooms Pivotingon t a
alley. g•h2r A o , pe t : a ti will be .old ata bargai.
CUTHHERT ' , WM
deli 39 Sloth A .
XOWA LAND FOR PAL V.-300
ker.. or etiolee land ln one of the ben Goon.
s In lows the line or the chianti,*
Northwester• Octiis rand, •sd In o•e of the won
'indeed ;anions or the State. Will be sold
" whole oe pert. fVI . M7 t s o..
VOIR SALE.—ENGINES AND
1301T , ERS. new and warond-hand, con
stantly on hand and boul6 ex a
Corner Seventeenth and rite strata..
*Less. OEINA, CUTLERY
100 'WOOD sTnEET.
NEW GOODS. •
ISOMMEIIII2 ASH MUM •
B la i rria
814" i" B r' BAsk tt
SILVER PLLTED wow t t i
Is all deseallsOom _
Rat 0 11•4 ao w O .
gralWribralted e . O
E.„ BREED & GO. 0
100 WOOD ISTRZET.
CALL AND $L
China Seth, Pariah Statuette,
Vises IM Pluvrelea.ll7 opralag for the
H. HIGBY t., COIL,
• No. 189 LIBERTY STREET.
B.—A Wee sssortumst of Pine Whits
granite Wars tor titsuby sue hotel use Winn as
Semi-Annual Repoli of the
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK.
Amndue dencilltora :!)•••2,11.4410
Contlnient. Fund, De, I, WS:: Ti:11::
• Tow Lilt,lllllo 11 9 .593,371 60
Tema on road and A llVirrt: ... . $ 1 ,901.0123 39
llt ' Lln•
Ate el le Pittatiargh hanky
12. 5.52150nde. teen and •1C.... 4407..330 09 4
.1. 5. de her bent, Salida, Mel— 50 0113 23
Mlle he e• treble 9 634 10
Cash le Bank. and on bind_ 133.339 43
The undersigned, And•ting Coenmlttee, re
p.. Rutty r.lant Suet they bore r unlined the
a . ..sewers tlepnit far the lad els enotiths, end-
M g itreni. r b74l . a 1 4. 6' 4 . , :lit etaTill'oltliVAT.l
Morita' ii. DM,. of Real Relate, p.eite,.,.. of
10.50 t 0.... 001. 11.10civalsle. Rioted bee,.
eler-Terenty de her cent. Donde. 115 and 33,
I.f.ited that • lox per can. Hoed., 1331. nod
a %eh in Ra.7lt:mhoz.baa!,4ollllll . the same to
'Vr ! " Ti o ll. 4 4 1 / 1 1)3380a, I
./442.9 A .
ATLLY. Andllieg c •
PlTTendnall, 11 e. W. ige9.
The Trustees bee< Cleland a d hilted of three
/3) per Cent. ?nt of the peoeto for the lest ale
en tots. end.es e °Tenter 30, Iseo. ft e of
linemen:sent Tax. 1 4 7.5.111 ioylheri.b. Knot
dn '''' Will
PliTincemll Dee 10. 1340. TUN,
Laporte/ and retail dealer la
errerrionrEays r .
WEDDING, VISITING. PARTY AND BUSINESS
MONOGRAM. ARMS, ILLUMINATING M.
gyews by tug seedire simapt. mamba. Saul
LS= Meatus* ■t.. Frail..
MIENDERSON JAL BROTHERS,
M LVMattja Nam is Dm.
d oat J,ric
BILLOU & ADAMS
167, 168, 169 and 170
Are now preoartd to hiralah VINEGAR at*
LOWEST MARKET HATES. Attention Is nu
EXTRA WINE VIIITEGAIL
II'PIIERSON & 111111LANNONG
W. B. &
Be. 10 BUTE BT, late Bt. Clair
We have Jest reeelved a large .apple of Fal
zed Wleter (locals, watch velli be
able prim. Mr. YU 81.41.111111N0 wlllatal at
teed to the Cotne r De_parteneo t.
dolma° MePIIXII.BON t MUHLANBRIIIIEL
NEN AND . BOYS
aid 4.leAll u ao .1 complete aesortment of Math=
was. at the lowest pli as.
GRAY & LOGAN,
47 Sixth SL, 89 Filth Avenue,
MatW.l. Clair. • Mar
(Moths, Casainteres and Vesting&
No. 93 1-2 Smithfield Street,
la. Do 110" Y
t , s Clothing mode t cedar lama Wont
NEW FALL GOODS.
• nleadld aenr dock of • .
CLOTHS, 6188/21/SREA 4C6
/In mend by lIENEIT MICYZII4
sal Martha= Mahn. TS Itialthlleld anat.
COAL AND COQ
'Gas Coal Company,
BAS, BLICRINITII IND MILT COI
Nut Coal, Slack and Coke,
ANTHRACITE - COAL.
Or all slam, and of the test quality, can be fare
at reasonable rates. Leave sedan at .1.
gee Rod yards, 7..13 ANDERSON STREET,
Allegheny Cite. and Liberty Ones (opposLe
trtn:bwreef ) Plttbargh. Address Powoltlea
Box 587, olitsbarga, and they vrtli mules
1.1 . 0.1)t attention
Ea. Prompt attention given to western ship.
CHUBS t ARMSTRONG,
DMZ& Elf •
Youghiogheny and Connellsville Coal,
Alta lessafactobir of
COIL. ILICIr lAD DFSIJLPHIIIIZED COKE.
vines AND YARD, earner Batter and
Mom, -Dorm Llbertv and Clymer atreetr.
Ninth ward; a , ro &mond street, Nlgrith ward.
wad. toot of Hem mast. P. U. N. A.Datot,
at Other of too above offices, or ad.
dm.. to me thumb Plttabargb P. 0., lUln.
eatze r nbemrgrinfloll.
• 00,s,Wg. ealltb, '" NlTlVZ:ll l li_ZT l ._t; W sl!.
ter A kro./thete l t. atennenson stitie ' lia
Co.. Part, DeCorrly Cu., Been, Grad A Doll.
Wm. N. Faber A Co., J. 11, Lyon Co. James
llaratall Co., McKee Co. 11n . 01% Da.
i stt t eßis ' . ° , * : ', :llq l ll. ' it P."6""'" E'
COALS COA COALIII
DICKSON, STEWART & CO.,
Hoots/ romorsd Matz Oaks to
NO. 567 LIBERTY STREET,
tratoly (Sty Star taIIIBUSOFID EX•001.
Vs saw smwrod to tersisb
_good YEW Wile.
sIiENT Lumz Iftrr QUAL 011814101, at the
boost *oast Alm.
All onion taft as the/ oZos, or sdentssot
Lbws tlowash taw wall , wall to suasolod
DILWORTH, HEM & CO,
243 LIBERTY STREET,
HAVZ JOST RILCICIVID
The keel over broutbt to tido atttot.
55 BARRELS E. 0. MOLASSES,
CEOIC NZW °war.
25 MIDS. N.. 0. SUGAR,
'arms YSILLOW 0LA21117171
2b which they Invite the Atte*.
lion of the Trade.
Another Lot New lillinery Goods
Cheaper Mast aver, pa
.rtsterai Street. Atiegheny
Velvet Hata, 35 cants.
RuffiedCollars, 10 cents.
Cord Hair Nets, 15 Dents.
ALL OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION
New 10% Linea Collars,
ALL 6TYLE9,- CHEAP
92 173DIBIZAL EITTEIII
QA2iIDIES ! I CANDIES 1!
Over 100 Hinds:
♦t pliant° comma with Mu, at
112 /FEDERAL -ferRIZET,
AVON AL • • HMI IL STOCILP,
Wltbrn/IN PILNIST MURIA OIL 00.
ESIJAY EVZHITIO, Dee..lllss, ss_lo,6
srlll - 0.3 sold on nosh d Floor st yam
eetil4B3,leo Weals, /06 ,, ildittlield stmt.
2 0 aso4lolosessllaUenal Om_
. 140 .11160.1.1 °Zahn,'
O saws Coshosh , o Trust Co.
500 shares Pease. WII 0,
SIO shares Celstabla 011
40 shams Isser.sas Co.
SS shares Mogossahsts %Hags
4r23 ilcla.Va JUNE, Maim.,
Vira THE 110LIDAYL—Hease.
bt:g W . :417 h at g e rg ItTs: x i " "" "
Ir...hemmed 1 1 / I raten h me lo
apdem..l Yatipoeith i rttiAl."
Peas ericl eftsalmir ono C.,6, lr ii:._ -
11.141.0. Currants. Le.. tor 111•Aer
/Amity One.; mon, .f"
an •.d I ftNnwAw •
TT It LYON,
sealer of W_Lb aad Reatars,
Onlee-bo- 5 FOunxil lILVENtrZ.
ast a. JoBll itiessfit nUsbisgli
Ltiont. GEO. B. YeNULTY. fit. And.
US 'wits Tatham
14 um' sad for Wiz
I DIOLIT os
Keep eoutantly on hand
01110; N. Z. OOKITIN WOOD "iris rm.
A. Haas Ompsay,4tlskiltra sad Manses IliskE,
refs "Perk:lon" Drips,
PANY OP PrITNID:
ir 1 FIFTH wril ...rr.z
113.3 w writ Bus.
sa.hut AU Ma& o r pi. .41 pur.o .
4711 1 4 TV A. ; p r iVal .t. • '
g r . .. . DON ...Le,.
&At — ' . ..., . grit fa.l . r 4 "arS.
WHOLESALE GROOMS. &a.
L & T. GORMI.T, 1812.
W. X GIMILY,,
No. 271 liberty Street,
cDzsgen.T OAP, I.Asur. Rom.)
ITITABITA f Oa. TA.
Y. BTXXLIC J. A. OTTILI.
M STEELE & SON
N. 95 9 1 / 1 0 51.51.12.,]tesriilv 003lISOIN
PZTKiIr KEIL .... . V. =MLA=
Tout., & RICO ART,
-I &pininiatiort iiffEreCl&urts,
'ups, Gum, ems, KILL rz.ri, aft
849 111., Pittabaftit.
MEMO& & HARPER,
7 LOI7II.GRAIN AND ritormos W. p.iir MAMA A 1ra,13
Za. as L NEW; WALL PAPER STOII4
191 Liberty Urea.
W. C. ARMSTRONG,
macaw to Neu •Lauren', )
PUMICE COMMISSION I: 4 : 04
sri o• ni Market Street.
Wholes:de and Retail Groner,
VA L u E t .
% B ac A rn ßD m a Sr:
e k PA TTeOaN,
Prod... Moor, C••••••._
sub....ub. b. , ' abut 'OIL /..Wr
anl4ll TWOS am all MAK.* WI nese
. 1 1le nut 114 excuND Mart.
JO RN I. novas.. cow. zwraz....u. H. nom.
TWIN L. MUSE &Ettlg, SUP.
Y 4".• comers to 1 WEI L IL lb CO., Wb01...
6 Groton ar.st Commission Marettutt. Comer
at *salth lett ast Water stream Plustargh.
1 " • tirMft e let
4 • 4 ,4
3 1 :
79/ J. 11. 01111111:LD.
LIFE INSUILINCE COMPANY
OF NEW IVER.
/stabnab.] Kals.h . 4th. ISSO
• • •
One of the oldest and most reliable indite
tione In the country.
ASSISTS. Sept. Ist. 1869- .t 3.2416.077.9/.
A surplus over all liabilities of almost bat( a
The Dlrectors are among the most respectable
lasacial mem or New Tort.
1 / I .I.I[IMICI.S.
B. L. BOLLYAII, P Y. A. Y. Nat. Bank.
OZO. A. BARRY, Pm's ("Weeny. Nat Hank.
JOHN HARPER. Pret•t Bank of Pittsbarik.
JOHN 'WILSON. Dlieetor Brion Nat. Bank.
JOHN .D• BC r LI.Y. Cashier Tint Has. Haat.
AUBVSTIIS II A ItTj E, Dlree•r 34 Nat. B.
'A. WILBE. Pres% Gentian Bar. Bank. Alice),
J. 0. BACK:CT/WA SON. Bookeelten and
Wizen] Arent for Foonsytraol., 45i
W. H. !CHIN,.
•Rent for Allrgbeny .onty. 0111ee In Penn
Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
NEWARK, N. J.
Assets, Over $500,000
Ali Pollees Weed by this Company are perpet
ually Tion-Porfettleg after the payment or one
Dividends .12 malty declared and applied on
third annual oranddm, either be the permanent
filnrande or the MIMI. aria reduction at
0 DLL •
HENRY - KIRKPATRICK,
167 1-2 Wood Street, CM Initott
Mr Bal/able Agents wastiod
so. as I/Plfek Atreettaa. Soma/ Plow,
capital 41.11 Fold MN
71..1:11glery. IH.WASrer . Jr,
Deng Wallace., H Hartman. A. ehambere,
id io r . lVelerkan. !Jas. N.
TkOlaca Beath drp.B. 24"1.
808 H. KING, President.
3210. 7. JENNINGS, Tice Preddeat..
JOS. T. JOHNSTON, Secretary.
east. H. 4. GRACE,. GerVl Agent.
lniunm on Liberal Terms on all Mrs
and Maine .
rm iT n gaßr ror rmsßußaLr.
=AND= NORGE. President.
MfbiIIIMMIRLD, &Teal Amt.
Ogee. MI Water meet. ElpSng 00. MallOo
up nabs, Pittshernh.
14 110 Lure against all kind. of Me 4i4
rine Risks. A home Institution. msnagef byDl
radon who au well known to the cossulty,
and wbo an determined by podminates and other.
WO to maintain the chant - tdr 'olden theyhue
Gemmed. u of Urine the but I la thcole
sae Orally So be Inured.
j P. 1 %,
Jousts McAuley.. riai J.
David 11. . Wln. Monism,
iNSUILANCE COMPANY OF MITIMIUNIKI
07170 Z. No. MTN WOOD . BTRILLT. BANN
OP 13010001.0 Z BUILDING.
SOU la • Homo Commny, amManna
loot_by Pha ozelnarretr.
LzoNAILD WILLTEB, Preadant.
IC. BoYLIff floe PreGacut.
rar i LP k 7 . 4§ :
B Tz . l .e taa t rir . .
0. C. Boyle,
6 .eTP Wilsey
J C 4. pe,
e. F r
AGAUIST LOU E 7 '
issicus 111111111ANCE CO.OF FMILALIEMILI.
omosoms • lIST 0111CaTNtri er..neir am,
W ai laa Wt. Zarmtfa. -
Mordecai H. LOOP
Wm. • tarld B. Wows, :
licamarant, • . eau Lea. •
Jecob B. Ida, 1r ar . derhi.
Will O. HAM rrrrearar
Ig : O. DAJ : V, The, President.
w. isehumsnirirs, ii= „
Morth Wen comer Third mut Wood
Car. Federal EL lid Diamond,
2 011ah rti tt . the SZCOVD NATIONAL
R. W. StiIITIN Proddeat.
u s irgialvi c ai r a i t a Zra i tt. •
Ririt &pa ist...kx.khaltl.
& MatirliMgapio Mairalten.
I •) >a)
pr anll94 I IlamentejidaP. gibT,..l",
h,„ ery4ksr. Charles Af j l ,.. :
b o lams.
H. Loan Jared M.
. Vaa Jure. • Wm IP. lasue,_
awes M. Versa. Barad seaw.eiall
Fe , . PEL4IIFUr a p Adx4
W.V. EIAMDkiM, IleeretalY: _
N. 396 110621 irrnicrr
OrNEW OPEILAk HOVE.
Coallnued stemma of the Joan[ ood bo.oUna
Mlu EMMA MADDERN
TUZSDAY ILVLNINO. December '21;1,162
will be present.d the now n4pnlar
C.lllto/... Vlth cone ....... . ...... Zama Deedern.
Toconelnde with the heart Le comedy
111VICHIC5 IN INDIA.
rally Bernill tome Muhl
Emma llachlern Matinee en eh...,
orPrTTSHITIRGH THEATRE ,
Lessee en* Manager.
TO MORT. the great clog dormer and eowe o ,i
DICE ei•ND.I. ••••DP . Ars. , .. of the Sweatt/1i
ocalist. Illss OL•Ra BO MTON •no ov.
w ee otaadtestee, Mho LUC), CLITTON.
eek of the gresvest camera ball peer,,,,
the world. Bad II HOLTUM. All the ttttt •
new Programme. Ladles' Matluee ed.".
dn. Thrre gland berfoormace• on Christmas
Dart moretag at ION: 1 % XS soaks
at IV /May, ,bearli e. Oleo. Miller. %roarer
d"... - JLC A D ,nll,lB IC
MAnastak Dtnetor •
111713 NICMTZ OF
TUE CELEBRATBD .
°EMILE OPERA TROUPE,
ILeorgeniaed and strengthened by fall Ctiotos
ruoviirNitiater ° ,7;:eigter2 l e t .
LA 11 1 AA1.11
WIIb TRIO. HAUL/ MAN as tiEl tROK
BROWN. Rhine the arm • Robin Ars Ir.•'
eindlng also JACKSON. MERU BA. PICA VY 8.1.
W• IN tacit eTrAsiIiCKIL and AKHEINUEIt.
W l LDNWlDAK — tionnoit's
Wilt. SIAM VREDURICI as ItAROBIRITZ.
1110BISDAY—Aluzartie Master. pm re or tbd.
M .GIcPLUT E.
In prep ration. Grand Opera,
TFI F. otti:lV3clfde.. 1 A.... 110
SATURDAY—timid Gata Attune,
erl • eaf i t , sow s te 4 bal l at ill . sLer S A
of Mole al nigh , . LlitTgLl a 1.1 set and 4 B
/abb. corrected and retrietd, ror tale at; b•
Academy or Rioter Bruis.
EjErG. A. B. I.ECIVRES.
JOHN G. SAXE
troves AT -
LAFAYETTE HALL, .
Tuesday Evening, Dee!. 21. •
ISU RI ter:
`'The French People at Home.
Adrelenon. 60c. N Reserved Bee's. de f
ormaisoar HALL. • •
The PIIIILES and . tiII.ADUATZS Of Mr. and
Mr.. art'a Academy. n4l it,. •_:MEIAND
DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL INTEILTA 1.
lONDAT AND TOESDAY EVENING&
December 110.11 end Met, for the benefit of
ORBIST itYinCOPAL CIIIIII4II, Antibes,.
Idles Km E. Orton, the talented young' Po.
raft. and the glut Brother.. acrobat. , and
ContoiVenlste. Will entree emelt treeing.
• All th• places trial be rendered in C0.1....1.•
Nader - Oa magma at the L►DIIS noble.-
PATHIO 011AMTABLZ AMOOLLT/ON. ■t
CHI liana eommanclos Deramabar.7th. Opa
from MOM toll P. Y.
131.43 erei7day from If to 3 o'clock
Dlmu.r and adolsalon...
Xl.lo , l.2ltlt'S ‘ , ,., ca.
ALL/AB/AV VITT. L. 19 , /NM
NOTICE.—The assessment for
,;(tradisg of Buena Vista Street,
7. Taylor Arcane to Carroll at:eet, la now
ready for izandaatlot and eau be ow at ill.
°Moe sotlt sATllllDAY,Dee.:7lBthll99;whes
Will be placed lo the band. of the City Treawer
for oollectlos. ' •
ALLla t lar r efV.7.V ii, It
NOTICE n -The assesomenta for
The Grading and Paving of
/rem Tastier street to Talton atreet, are Oar
ready for aunalemlogi and cut be 'seen at tide
mete oath TIWItIiDIT. December AM.
111611, When tbey. will be eNeet laths tksadr of
the CUT ?resumer for eolbletlon.
h....glees that the undersigned, 'notat
e • U.... •1141• As totlicill• toe
ntettnegrorette reet, (..I.y of •Ileghear. trom
aaaaaa 4•11.1•0 to lite ()hot rtter wig meeten
the ofen.lllM on TUXBDA.Y. - Iteeemoer 05th.
1169. 041 .-h my., to attend to the dation
of TOW. appotattoaet.,
1050 A. 1505
EIWIA A IIU DoWtl ELM
7 1 : i
OSTICtI - e• Crrr Exonrzaa a etravrroa.
Pmearmou, Dee. D g
11ALEI for the osestractlon of • PLANK
WA.LIC on Me GraensbeerTernelbe. from Beg
ley Leas. to Beeler street. Also, for a
BOARD WALK so Illsworto msd Canto Ave
nues. Rom Alkea.• Lase to Llberly Ball, 0111
Ira received at this oral mall MONDAY, De
cember Both, MB.
epeelleatio” eas be seta at Oils olleei
TM. *Ol Is reserved to roirot mum and .11 Ws.
4,11:01 CI TY BNIIINIZR.
WINES LIQUORS, &Q.
SCHMIDT & FRIDAY.
lIIIAIDIIS, GIN, at,
PURE RYE` WHISKIES,
409 PENN STREET.
Have Removed to
NO& SSA AND 388 PENN,
elev. Eleventh EL. 0bn 31 0217 CanaL
JOSEPH El. mown & co.,
xop. 118. / 117 . 1 mh1noissaaill vas. •
From SWIZZ% ITIII3EIIIIBa.
Dlotllkd Pars e
off.d Wg yW Oa s t k LI .
ELEGANT - •
PA:PEB,,.I I IANGIN.OI3.'
'lour - to soot nod smoke. veranlUon rroo•dit.:
;11.1-I.°IIiViI I IIWITTP I. 3 illefejhu - •
amt.' d primedtukl.
--;kipletelmported and not to b. found Camber* .
• • !
Vir,COIIIATIORS.—In Wood,' •
Marble ~.41 TnyeeLLlaltatlons for W• 111
ssa relltsge of Motes mama. Bli!s, te.., sr.
No. sof Martel ellen.
rry, JOSRPH R. 131:16111f.8 & Dgp.
VOWED GOLD PAPERS for
bn st. No. 107 Market wag.
JOSisyll it HUOH7II &BM/
APPLICATIONS TO SELL LI
gluon& Mee te the Cle WU* far the
IMPSIta or December. In%
Tbeednre 'frank. eallBB Lose. 3 , 1 watdl
James Z. Barns .% Co, Mbar food& eth ward.
J. n. Henan, other R oods. B,a ward:
n. itcLetry. other Roods. 10t0 ward.
Pre/. Niitte. - etbcr (mode. 34 ward;
Henry butte, tavern, 41m.a. d.
The IJgnae Board will ilk for heartaßtheahare
r 1 . 11 , : 14 rf 2.2 Lab A , Deegan/ff . 99.
dell JOCEPIX azowicc. Clerk.
141/GE SEUPOIENTO Or ALL. •
kinds of trn► tak
b e Ibb are neared daily
• rnPrele , _popular dsb mad. s•
Dlsmond Yarkot, Flastrordbond , " tb. =
Ca 7 B Uad. Alliribear city. earner Y _
bad Obba .treats. oar bad e.g.- 6e ." u 64.
blithleje BOUM UV,blur. ban Ino
d, d• Int
Heinle'and mls !nubs Inns. balsas. .
di'. Black Ban and Wilke Penh dltstmery
Wtmleru or nLII. ill Lz.r. tia