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CITY AND SUBURBAN•
Tar 13hrrrra is purerked ok. way
forlas &to of the reek ler 15 erre Pa
emetke "by stela, $5 pee airere OM, rit
IlasasSapkrda Bridge stock sold but
araainteat Mellwalne's Mock room, at
The second span of the A. V.qt. R
indite. al OD city, Is completed. Only
ow spin remains to be constructed, and
tbe bztdfe will be linished. •
liatracted.:—Dr. D. N. Rankin yester
day extraeted the ball from Leonard
Hartman's led at the penitentiary. The
wound was ght, no bones or ar
teries hating be es oilfired by the ball.
Capelmik—Aboat three o'clock peter
day a wagon Loaded wtth sand; to which
there were four horses attached, while
sseendtwg the Incline iodate from Fifth
avenue to the Jail yerd, all& off the ta
dthk precipitating horses and wagon to
tbs• West. but the hones was
emir Inking!, no otter damage was
Released en Ball.-11 icholu Hoffman,
Indicted ftir the murder of James Leash•
ran. and who him been confined in the
county jail fur over two months, was
=released on ball. The ball
at 1120,000 by the Oonrt, and
Francis Hogle and George Hoend be
raspotudble In that amount for the
apples:anal of the sonased.
Christmas and Art.—The Mined and
cultivated gift makers will not need to
be advised to Walt during the holidays
the elegant art establishment of Boyd,
Murray & Fawcett. No. 110 Wood itreeL
Fall lines of painting. chrome and en
gravings. in frames and framed to order,
will be found at prices reduced to suit
thetimes. No more acceptable present
Mould be Male than a beautiful chromo
or engraving, mounted In &pretty-case.
Cagat.—Moille Basch, Jaime Crawford.
Rata Armstrong and Mary Prloe, who
wore arnotal on Monday, on a charge
of km= and maintaining a bawdy
house, a bearing before the Mayor
yostardiy. and were committed to Jail In
default of ball for their appearance .at
MoParland, Maggie Thompson.
Matte' McDonald and ahem, arrested
on • idealsr charge, were discharged on
condition that they would vacate the
boom on Third avenue.
thmestiA mailed concert via - given
as Eo.wlson appointment, Ltwer St.
Olalrtownahlp, Monday arming by Prof .
DiliPler, Tor the benent or of the Know!.
eon Sab bath School. The affair win a
complete wooer in every respect. The
bones wee Stied with a large and appro.
Motive audience - and the entertainment
was all Shat could have been desired.
The programme, included both vocal
and instrumenta l gems, which were
rendered try the Maio or Prof. Delves
In a highly Artistic manner, reflecting
emelt, bath upon themselves and their
'Beal Estate Traturttea.
The tbllowing deeds were admitted o
record In the Milos of I'. H. Hunter, Req.
Recorder fbi the county of Allegheny
Tuesday, December 21, 1869:
to 1, pastas Mclntyre. 5 .55C11 5
MO: tot ea Nixon atm. oilexheoy. ru.. 340
. env Robert. a. 0 arta lire lenio; r
110 elm Logan anent. Tint Warn. Pit—
0. Monte to 11.4nird Pens. Jan. 11. leort
rut y rgi Nei on 11005'strer_150 , ydsto 4-,
0•1. Wm: Deaploli 0 Jam. A. tep,
1,101; lens woe of protean to Ylloabetli tor o
ille; 1*17 ..1110ta tio , dllin to
tneins pli 0. Mu Mard ,. Ni, V!
M. Non, 15 tre. •
*ad poyJn•• plan. abonion townobt p.. • 44 Ul
Anagbeity has had another sensation.
In the Mghway robbery line. Monday
night about half past eight o'clock. Wm.
Hart' aiming man, was passing along
Middle allay. Second wart, toward the
Diamond, when be was suddenly con.
botded'hytwo men, one of whom mak
ads...insme while the ether ig
nn- bastant — knocked - -film down
with a. bandy billy, at the same
time making a thrust at him with a
knife, which out through a gaga percha
Makatea:Ms vest. and, grand the Hts pockets were than rifled of-eighty
= dollars, when the , thieves left him
Hart ...recovered In a short
tines: and Made his way to his board
. Ingham% the Bolshoute Hotel, on Ohio
t. He wag employed at Olendlnnissfe
isddlary tstsolistunent on I Federal
etre*, and "at. the time was returning
from work. He can give no clue to the
Om, a n d does not think he can identify
them, which renders their arrest ex
THE Losr HOMICIDE
Laveriligetron by the Coroner—The Tea
The Corm rr's irry emptiotelled and
sworn to inquire into the canoe of, and
after what manner d'Ohn Noting. who
died of, loch Jaw, or tetanus, from loin.
ries received, came to his death, met at
the Cereeeee cdgee, and commenced the
Invedigation. The billowing testimony
Or. Deescas. aworn.—Was ealloltsies
John Dialing, the deonsede"--IDe morn
ing of the ISO Inst.rltoritil him suffering
..• • •- , Cr Manua, molting from
a wound on the; thumb of the left hand;
the wound caused his death.
MoSMas BiZOV. bre th fr of the de
ceased. Wald that be was present at
• the dlflentlty In which deceased received
the Wary. referred to, on Saturday, Doc.
• Lit& ' , They bad gone Into the saloon to•
tsther Midi somber brother, and had
taken one :drink. Before we lest, two
men who wore sitting at a table com.
viewed throwing bonaeat us. Deceased
smonstrated with them and alterwaids
sat down On a chair and one of the men
who bad been throwing at him got up
and MB him In the face. The other man
;got up and struck my other brother In
• - the face. I then went to the door and
'Galled "watch!" When I turned back
deoNead told me he was ant =disband.
I know the parties when I see them. I
--lea% ow bow many persons were pro
sent.- There might have beau two or
three more . than those engaged in the
cOmagnenoe of the absence of im.
plaint witnesses, the Coroner adjourn.
' edThe Instigation until three o clock
Dentemmet of erase -An Intercedes
Teem elan - arrested-Inereawe to
idarestLin the League-Me nets Clow
leleattel, sea neat Qum Of it.
Yisterday arta:non' a young man-
Thome Sothtt-wasanssted by Mayor
Brush , " police an en Information fOr lar
ceny' preferred against blot. lie was
Charged, together with
- With deallogAl_lllm Taoa and attain,
valnintat forty dollars. fro -- 1 - n be.
---a-11 Mil. Ifteaffarty, L _No. 6 Stamm&
Smith bad Ind been released from jail,
where he had been moment/ad briday or
' Drum for &stoke:mem • few days ago..
Attlee lockup be occupied the ad with
lfrankkat and ^Hiunbrigba, the alleged
Might stealers, particulars of which
are given In another column. It seems
. . l e became quite confidential wit
two partners In *Motion. end oommuni
. salad IS them several Interealog panto-
Mars f ' life. Re was too con Wing.
sad wail brought to stlll farther grief.
KM two now and Mende learned all
they could of Mahood sold him vary lit
' de of thereadves. Soon after they wok
. - lane before the Mayor and bad a bmr.
log on the charger against
I them. At the
enneheeket, their own case being settled,
' Franklbtte -- b dont - Wog again ru
t mended to the sell, annmunkated to the
It 'Mayor his knowledge of Smith, who, so
l. Gorda" to his statement, was engaged in
'limner badness, and had In his posses
don keys Mitch would gain him admit.
. team to any freight oar on the Air Line
monad, between Cleveland and Toledo.
. Intektbrt further stated that Smith bah
atalfessed the theß ors tot of teas. which
had bean sold' In Toledo, and boated
of kis inure hopes is this ilea
w Acting On the Inforatadon received,
ithough hardly believing le, Clerk Pat
, terlowludd et_itilltinung Smith end
4 • searched hie pockets. .mong --- Aestmt
i yellow coyared literatitret,--- and other.
Poristall .PrOPerty , terwheYa were found,
- ma of wotettiborelthe hsecription of the
Ill.‘Ralboted. sad answered to
^ deetuiplion of (base used by the baggage
masters along the line. In answer to
I • nun* Smith mid .be belonged to
, that one Mike keys opened his
. estebel, end the marked one bad been
bond in Cleveland, .
\- -No further Information could be ob
- Mined from him. HU satchel was es-
Mered lannottdo of Imp ortance
t i ll=eleiltote, and in Mee meantime.
twinformation of him, dente.
11101 ate sit stork man Si am In am- ,
INNIS= with able* oweasuope ca tit*
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YIRE L't ALLEOHESY.
PI M. wird Public locbool BullAluß De
stroyed—Lou over 11114,000—lusur.
once 541,000—The Parilcuiars.
Yesterday afternoOn shoat fire o'clock
fire broke out In the Fifth Ward, Alla•
gheny, Public School building, corner
Fulton and Page streets, and In a vary
short Um° tho magnificent structure,
one of the finest of its kind In the State,
was In mina. The fire originated In the
cloak room, a . small apartment on the
third Boor, underneath the gallery, at
one end of the main hall. School had
been dismissed about an hour, and no
one was in the building but the janitor,
who at the time' was engaged in the
lower rooms. The flames were first ob.
served issuing from the roof, when alarms
were mounded from boxes Ave and seven
in tee vicinity.' which brought the en- 1
glues out In a few minutes. Glen dial- 1
culty was experienced, however, for
want of a sufficient supply of water, and
hot little headway could be'made. The I
flames spread through the interior of [hal
building, destroying everything In their I
path. In about half an hour the roof, ,
which was of slate and had withstood the
Are until all the rafters undirriente had
been 'burned away, suddenly fell In a
mass and cut through for the most part
to the ostler. The beU In the northeast
tower also fell crashing to the
ground, but strange to say: the
walls withstood the pressure and rte.
retained firm to the last. - The firs burned
for several hours, and when our reporter
left the ground last night at nlneo'clock,
the flames were still destroying all that
remained of the woodwork between the
walla. The only part saved were the
teachers' desks In a few of the rooms, to
gether with a very small part of the fur
niture. All else was completely do
Tne origin of the fire is not known. A
flue from the furnace in the cellar runs
up the wall near where it originated, but
It is hardly poesible any defect there, was
the cause, as the flame!" were first ob.
served several feet away from the well.
There was not a stronger fire than usual
to the furnace, and the cause of the die.
artronsOontlagrattOn remains, and prob
ably ever will be, a mystery.
The total ices is estimated at 104,400.
Tbecontract twice of the building was
$40,000, Adoed to this, the furniture,
heating apparatus and general fitting up,
made up the amount stated The lot
cost $10,400. Upon the property there
was an Insurance of $ll,OOO. divided
as follower. Merchants and Mann
bunnrers, 510,000: Peoplee, 116,000;
Allegheny, 55,000; Citizens, $5,00k
burgh, $5.000; National and Ben Frank
lin, of Allegheny, $5,000 each. If the
lower walls of the building, which seem
strong and firm, will be safe to build
upon again, it is probable this hour.
awn witl nearly, If not, unite cover the
loss. This remains, however, to be in
The honsewas erected on the corner of
Fulton and Page streets, and was oound
ered the best public school building in
that State. It consisted of seventeen
school rooms, and was arranged to com
fortably accommodate about eleven hun
dred scholars. exclusive of the main hall
on the third floor, for exhibitions, con
certs, ,tc.. Everything about it was of
the most approved modernized pattern,
special care hating been taken to make
It perfect In every reopen. The scholars
occupied it for the first time at the open.
log of the session In September last, and
were jeer getting accustomed to their
better co when It was thus
Iso quietly destroyed. A new building
will be erected as won as possible, while
in the meantime rooms will be secured
for the pupils and the school be carried
on in usual.
We extend thanks to Mr. Robert Lea,
one of the Directors. for gentlemenly
courtesies extended In our search for
Quay.iiCommercial ii Libel Case—Final
Hearing—lleiendaina Held to Bak for
'eir appearance at Court to ttiesum
of 111,250 Bub._ . .
A anal hearingin the case of the Corn.
monwealth vs. C. D. Brigham and R. D.
Thompson, editors aid proprietors of the
Ornisserdal, which has been engaging a
corederabte isSition of public attention
for several days past, took place at the of
fice of Alderman Ziemer yesterday, Tues.
day, December 21st, at t o'clock p. n.
Mr. Hampton stated that after consul.
tation with Mr.• Carnahan, who was his
oolleagnein the ease, he had concluded
to ask the Alderman to dismiss the case,
for the reason that probable grounds bad
net bean shown for holding the defend
ants to ball for trial at Court. In all crim
inal cases the defendent bad a right to
meet his accuser face to fare and cross.
examine him on the subjtet matter of
the inforination. The prosecutor had
been present at the bearing it was true,
but tbe.defendeeta did not have en op
portunity of. - a thorough crow examine.
tion, because tlin questions were not an
swered., He (Mr. Hampton) understood
the alleged libellous article to mean
that the money which was expended in
the erection of the $ll.lOO home in Bee
yen had been obtained corruptly, and be
attempted to get at the truth of the fseta
connected with that charge,had asked
the questions, but they - had not been
answered by the prosecutor, because of
objection by • the counsel for the Onn
monwealth. He held that the defen
dants had been deprived of their rights,
and he therefore demanded that the ease
be diatolised. He desired to know bow
ths- Alderman would rule in the are,
and he would then mate Ids intentions.
Mr. Marshall objected to Alderman
Making amy decision until the_ defend.
ante should sigh* that they had closed
the examination. The counsel for the
Commonwealth did not publish a paper
and were not Interested In getting up
matter to promote the sale of papers:.
They would, therefore, in order to pat
an ereirtaghe ease, !tit that defendants
be held fortria6 -.
The Alderman inquired If the defend
ants desired Si offer any testimoner
Mr. Hampton replied that he would
state his intention Mier he bad heart
whether the Alderman would dleadas
. The Alderman replied that be had auf:
!Went evidence to jostifyhim in bolding
the defendants for trial, and would,
therefore, bold them to bail in the sum
of $1,260 each for their appterance at the
present term of Court.
Mr, Hampton replied that the Alder
man was hasty, aa be had something to
may before thecae' was finally disposed
of. They had testimony to oiler, but
he thought It useless under the rulings
of the magistrate to bring his witnesses
here, many of whom lived at a distance
from the city, sus he would want to inter
rogate them al to matters wlitch the Al
derman bad already ruled as irrelevant,
during the cuss examination of Kr.
Q Mr. Marshall, said he stood ready to
justify every ruling the Alderman had
made dttrlng the Investigation, and was
willing to Make hie reputation as • law
yer, that the. Court 'would sustain him
After some Miter opening between
counsel, the defendants entered hall, their
attorney. - Sailers. Hampton sad Carna
han being reepooadtde for their appear
ance, ma the crowd "which had assem
bled In theoffloettlepereed.
China Ware and - FRllCyPtiodf.
The palatial salesroom. of Moira. B.
E. Breed Co.; 80. 100 WoolVstreet,
which have recently been supplied with
an immense stock of Ibisign and Amer
lean China and queeruiware and general
mberelbuiyof statuary, also, sliver and
fancy goods, is daily thronseewith pat
rons briefly engaged le making useful
and ornamental selection} This home,
whichis one of the oldest and moat sub
stantial and reliable of our horns ',stab
battmenui, has recently taken On a frisk
quantity of enterpneo, and are to-day in
poslUon to cordpetir with the leading
importersof the E &tern cities. L would
be needle.' for no to attempt thennmer
te the thousands., of articles which are
luxurtottaly spread out on the-shelves
and counters to attract the via.
liar's attention. • Indeed, unless
the prenentnnaker `made up
hill mind as to what be is going to s&
tech be will iind himself in bewildering
altisaelarint on entering the Mom as the
tempting array ir viewed of China wares
of moat elaborate character, rich pores
sequidte alms ware,artistic statu
ary, Chaste qtmensware, • elegant silver
ware, One tea and chamber seta, unique
fancy articles in the war bf writing
desks, work ands glove bases.. cigar
stands, card receivers; and an indefinite
number of articles peculiar to the Moot
trade. The ...tort is thoroughly aim
plate and is offered at largely reduced
prices, lo order to meet the popular de.
mends for ortnmodltie* it gold retell of
the present day. • Wholesale pairmiii; as
well as retail purchasers, will appreciate
the advantages offeredlaits house,
both iu quantity and q of stock,
and the reasonableness of - e prices at
which offered. We' earnestly room
mend our readers to visit Messrs. Breed
&Co.:durum the holiday seism - even
they do not want to purchase, as we feel
same d they will be delighted with the
&Wing array of handsome goods which
they will find to please the eye and pet-
- and varied assortments at
ribbons; trimming; Isom, mei; collars,
subtler and notklns in 'WWI ct
Moorbilidil/2 30.10 - 1/Stkatatztolt. _ •
Extensive Robbery Developed—A Freight
Car Broken Open and Emptied—a
Flee Thousand Dollar Larceny-i-Ar
rest of Two !inspected Parties—lbe
Evidence Against TIMM.
Mayor Brush and his detectives are
just new engaged in the investigation of
an important ease of larceny. The trans.
action occurred In the early Dart of No
vember, at the outer depot of the Penn-
sylvania ,Ratiroad, when a freight car
was broken open and robbed of the
greater part of, its contents. The
°facials of the road, upon demote
log the robbery. next' morning
set to work to develop the perpetrator',
at the name time observing such great
caution that none outside of a few en
gaged in .the Investigation know , any,
thing about the affair.
Mr. J.MoC: Creighton, Assistant Super
intendant of the Western division of the
'road, undertook the case, and worked
I at it indefatigably for some time before
the slightest clue could be obtained. It
was at last discovered that a house near
the place of the robbery had boon rented
by two men who told conflicting stories.
Tee rent was paid but the building ap.
parently not occupied. The neighbors
in the vicinity occasionally observed
men climbing in and out of the windowv.
Several times largo. bozos, evidently
filled, were brought to the house under
cover of darkness, and afterwards
smaller boxes taken away Under like
auspicious circumstances. A raid was
made one evening on Vie dwelling but
nothing found there except two empty
boxes, but bearing the marks of the box
es taken from the ear. With this clue,
Mr. Creighton proceeded and eventually
discovered that a lot of freight answer
ing the description of that stolen had
been 'hipped to Chicago and sold by the
two men who had rented the house.
The geode were sold by an auctioneer,
and the next step was the intercepting
of a letter to him from the sus
peeled parties, dated Lancaster,
and asking for the balance due on the
sale, about POO. Mr. Creighton lifted
the balance and answered the letter in
person. Lest Sunday Officer John Fox
at the Union Depot received a dispatch
from Lsncastei, instructing him to corns
on with another partv, to whom a email
lot of the goods bad • been sold by the
men, and who thought be could Identify
them again. 4a a result, yesterday
morning the detectives having in ensign
.the two prisoners arrived in the city and.
found lodgings for them In the lockup.
They gave their real names as John
Frankfort, apparently about thirty-five,
and Samuel Hambright, a young man
of about twenty-five years of age. Each
of them had about &deem' atoms which
they have been ' Levitating under, at
various places. An information had .
been made against - them by Mr.
Creighton several . days ago, .upon
which the warrants were issued, which
secured their arrest in Lancaster. Yes
terday morning, however, a new Dila
motion was preferred by W. 0. H. Saul-
Iv, Transfer Agent of tbe road, charging
them with - the larceny of the freight,
amounting in value to about live thou.
The accused were brought before the
Mayor Is the afternoon at three O'claelta
for a bearing, when the following testa.
mony was elicited:
W. 0 . H. Scully. Transfer Agent, tub.;
fled test he was aware of good. being
stolen from the cars and platibrin of the
Pennsylvania, Railroad Company at the
outer (Weed. Teseedsome of these reads
to No. IU, Hines' Block, Liberty attes t.
Found empty taxes end the faimslos of
some ofthe goods there.'`
Mr. Hines, owner of the property. t
tined that he idenehed one. Of thei Tele
oners (Frankfort) as a man who had
rented - the building No. 10 Libertarstreet,
from him, October Mb, len9. 'Did not
know what time the prisoner left there.
He said he wanted the house for his
family. The neighbors said there was a
great deal of hammering going on there
Mr. Stagher testified that he saw Frank
foal in October. He rented a house from
witness, fors month. Ile said it was fur
his wife and family, who resided in Bal
timore. The prisoners were both to
zither. When Mr. Fox went there be
found two empty boxes In the cellar. He
saw men several timer, go in and out of
the building at night, through the win
Mr., Ifirk.patrick testified thkt the
prisoners came to his store to hire an ex
press wagon, some time in October. lie
wanted it to haul feathers. The wagon
was - engaged and s lot of bedding and
feathers hauled from No. 10 Hines'
Block to a second band store. The
goods were brought out to witness, who
Old not go Into the house. The next
time he saw. priconera waste the Harris
burg 'jail, last Sunday.
Mr. John Heath toutified that he made
empty boxers. In October last, Frankfurt
came to his mill and bought some dry
goods boxes. He thought Fraultfort, at
that time. was accompanied by Ham.
bright. The bezels were sent to No. 10
/31.,e's bleak, Liberty street.
At the conclusion ornate evidence, Mr.
John Dairell, solicitor for the railroad,
mated. uo other evidence was on hand,
but asked that the accreted be committed.
se the tionapany expected to have other
witnesses present in a few days. They
were accordingly committed in default
of ball for • further heartily, until Mon
day,. January 9d. It is said other parties
are coming in to make similar Informa
tions against the accused for their depre
dations. Frankfort at drat was about to
waive a further bearing and have his
case go to court, but when Informed that
other Information would be made, con.
eluded to hale a further heating, when
' all the etssiges against. them will be
A Dastardly Attempt ferestrated—A
• Little Girt Atittera—llow Use Chap
was innuaned—And not 'through Yet.
Yesterday afternoon about two o'clock,
a little girl, bright and attractive In ap.
Rearanke, bat bearing'evidenoes of great
111-usage, was brought to the Allegheny
Mayor's office by • young man who had
met her on Anderson street, and to
whom she bad appealed for aaalstance. ,
The child gave her name as Bridget Ma.'
antra and had a strange story to relate .
She said she lived with heir aunt on Patin.
sylvanla avenue, but had been seeking a
place to be raised, for tame time.' Hear
ing of such a situation, sbe had come
over to Allegheny in the, morning, nut
lost her way in wandering around, and
tiould not get back again. In this diffl.
nutty she found herself near the Third
ward school bones, on North avenue,
and was .inquir tog of • lady for Ander
son street, from whence the knew the
road home, when a man came along and
offered to ahow her the road, saying he
was going by It. She gladly availed her
self of his supposed kindness, and walk
ed with him down Cedar avenue, ex..
paining her circumstances with childish
confidence. as she went along. When
they had reached the foot of the avenue,
the man suddenly turned around and
endeavoredto induce her to aoooropany
him into a stable near by, and yield to
his fiendish desires. She atone° refused
and attempted to run away from him.
when be strtvk her In the eye with his
fist and knocked her down. She got up
again, however, and ran door: Church
avenue and down Anderson street, when
she met- : the; young_ mail toy whom
she related -bor- story. The youth
waited until her* pursuer came along,
when be knocked -the fellow - down,:
and .idurinlitered to bleu a dreasing
It prObable he will hot forget.
After That be accompanied the child to
the Mayor's ol9ce and mode informatbin
agalnittlhe man for riswinit and battery ,
with Inbred' to commit' raro. -In the
meantime the chap wan picked
taken -to Tr. Ba se office, where
half an hour was event In patching him
op. Re was then headed over to the I
police, who put him. in the tombs. .The
hearing will, mite place Ibis morning,‘
the little girl in the meantime having
been provided with lodgings at the hones
of a friend' Allegheny: She la
not yet twelve years of. :age and
makes bee •statement In a 'straight
forward, artless manner, never IO the'
least 'deviating The • matter
frilly investigated at the hearlog.lieri,
ever, and unless the accused eau- bring
something to refute the evidence against
him, be will quite likely spend a meson
Orval:Mont In one of our prisons,as he
richly deserves- He is* resident of the
Second ward, Allegheny. and quite well
known.. For the present we withhold
his name milli the crab ties beau official
ly Investigated. . .
hosaithhqg Nem for the Holiday',
Moller 8. Rayne have just received a
ireah Invoice • for the holiday
smil e, o f thoes . siqulatto Eureka . Grand
Ghtena, the most wovel instrument of the
kind ever tnyenled, and fez ahead, both
ter, beauty, and usefulness, of the
red fashlotted Eureka Organ. •Thar.
1 43r.u..4" are delightful in tone, oom.
bletugllte gresteas power and sweetness,
and are the moat charming pluce of fur
niture that can lo ve mgied. To see
them, le to fall in with them. Per.
mai in search of a, novel. =eta l t d arable,
present. should examine the- - o Granda.”
Remember, the Eureka , Grand Organs
'alai only be found at Mellor Home's
Rooms, 63 Fifth avenue, next door to
The Oontinental;next door below the
Poinettiee. will be may today rqr. the
atoenuiodallark of hutgry. people. Bo
;motor the Ideal. *- -
PITTSBURGH DAILY GAZETTE d WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1889;
Grant made s reputation for Gernert=
brevity when be slinuncantly telegraph
ed to the interpid Phil. Sheridan, ..Push
things." and ••Sherry" did push and
came out with victory parched upon his
banners. Ss it is In everyday life: we
must prish thin= if we would be Imo.
caudal in business or politics. "Push
thinly." Is the grand, though simple
.ecret of the great =axes which has
attended the perseverance, energy, en•
Woes° and devotion to business of our
(lend Mr. Joseph Llebler, the proprietor
of the ever popular and extentive Trunk
Factory, No. 104 Wood street. Front
humble tegiaming this gentleman,
wham best capital was a disposition
which knew no such word as fail, gradu
ally assumed place among ourmorwprca•
parous merchants, and to.day finds him
ruff, after a few years Incessant toll and
labor, at the, you bead of his business
and proprietor of a trunk manufacturing
establishment, which has few equals In
the country. ',Meter "pushed" things
with vigor and force. He "pushed"
nothing but the very beat made articles
en the market; he "pushed" his patrons
to a knowledge of the fact that he sells
cheaper than competitors; he "pushed"
Ms Idea of popular prices and Is now
reaping a benefit In the way of an exten
sive whole/lain and retail trade, which
"pushes" himself meet its full require
ments. His fac'ory Is constantly kept
going, and affords employment to
none but the very best and most skillful
of mechanics. His salesrooms are fairly
gorged. with goods, trunks, valises, toy
trunks, and satchels of more styles and
varieties than old Mr. Noah would have
required for his numerous family In the
ark. Llebler's name Is sus fatnlllar mg a
household word, and It is Insepetably
connected with well made, handsome,
and durable trunks. He tolls at prices
to snit the stringency of the money
market, and during the holidays has ar
ranged a grand clearance sale. during
which he - will offer special bargains.
Those contemplating making presents
will do well to Invest In a stylish trunk
or nobby valise, and of course makethe
selection at LieblerYs.. We must cantlon
our readers to look to the number, 104,
before entering the store and to remem
ber that there is another trunk store,
not Laebler's, next door, Ito. 106. Bo
look to. the -lumbar and sign, before
entering for great bargains.
Scott Township Teachers , *emulation
The last seeded of this association was
held at liansileld r , Pa., in school room
No. 7, whitey depaithient of the graded
school, Miss .7; R;Davii, teacher. The
exercises In the forenoon were conducted
by the teacher, and taking into consider
ittion the site and age of the scholar., the
great inconvenience which they for the
put three or four years have been com
pelled to labor under in-the way of
school building and actic3l furniture,
apparatus. tko., we give them credit fur
the excellent manner In which they te•
cited their leasonat and we must nesse
verily compliment the teacher for the
strict diesdpitie which she seems to have
established in the school room, and also
for the neat, clean and tidy appearance
of everything connected with . the room.
We trust that this WIT will not soon be
removed from a position which she so
..faithfully nil.. These exercises were
witnessed by alarms and Interested au
dience, among whom were Prof. Dou
glass', or Union township, Wes Mary
easton. of South Tayside, Rise Via EUll
and Alas Rarhilion, of Robinson, and
Prof. W. B. Whitmore, of Ch anters
township. The institute adjourned to
meet to the grammar department of the
Kanstlidd-pnbiloeiatic 3l , W. M. McCu!-
lough, tauter, on Saturdo — c - theriktrof
' January, - 1870 , for- wf:tch time an excel
lent programme of - peqoartances has
been prepared, coniletine of lecturer,
essay a and claw drill. _ Splendid ex e c
odes aro anticipated.
Boole 1 8004 21 Boolig I I
Webster's Unabridged Pictorial Die
tionary. • .
Carpenter's New Guide. •
Alison'a History of Entnpe, 1 vols.
Brown's Philos:tram, 2 veil.
Dryden's Poetical Works, 2 vols.
Modern British Emmylsua
Horne's Introduction, 2 vols.
Watson". Theological Institutes.
Newton on the Prophecies.
Wesley's Sermon's, 2 vole. •
Chalmers on the Romans.
Junklo on the eropheeies.
Sorkitt on the New Testament, folio.
Classiest, Theological, Medical and
Mechanical works, among which are
alms very rare and valuable books.
Stationery In great • variety and of the
best quality, at p ices lower than at any
other store. Toy Brits for Christmas
and New Tsars, Sabbath School Broke,
School Boots, Pens,. Ink and Paper.
Call and get hartalos at — (LL J. D.
Egan'e, No. 41 Sixth avenue, near Smith.
Yesterday we announced that Goals
the popular cattle drover, bad
received three monster prize cattle,
which he will expose at rams on Now
Year's Day at the Morgan House, Alle.
ebony. The monster bulls have attracted
mach attention, and the chances are be
ing sold at a very lively rate. Ten dol
tars is the price axed fora chance In each
One and. if lucky, the winning party
may feel that be has very soddenly
grown rich. These cattle are the very
finest specimens of bovine excellence and
perfection ever_preeentc d In these puts.
They promise many regal enters, but It
would be almost a sacrilege to slay them
In order to gratify the human appetite
for. juicy roasts and tender outs. Ibe
cattle are at the Morgan House, near the
drove yards, where those Inter ested can
inspect them. Our sporting friends will
not be slow to invest in chancel.
Mr. W. Heapenheide, the minter
clothier, No. 60 Sixth (St. Clair) street
depends not onanv sensational clap trap
methods to attract cnstomors, but rests
his reputation upon the principle which
has already won him such great success
—that of warranting every article that
leaves his establishment to be exactly as
represented In style and quality of goods,
and to be equal to the very beet in the
general make up. Acting upon this he
has, built op a large trade, which is the
surest evidence that his goods and terms
are satisfactory to those who know bow
to appreciate nue workmanahlp and hon.
orabledealing. Our gentlemen readers
should give him a call or leave an order
to eithly themselves.
Cortatmas Pratt:M.—Groat variety of
fancy articles atlowast priors, at
blioacrw, GLIDE dt Co's:
The /labia). —ln making holiday
presents. nothing can be more beantlful
than one of those elegant engravi ngs em
braced In the _stook of Barker it Hazel
tine, No. le NNW avenue. Among the,
choice new pictures. "The family scene
in Pompeii," "Little Eva' sunshine
reverie," and ..The Birtlpplsoe.of Whsr.
tier," appeal Irresistibly to every lover
of the perfect in art. Call tn and look
over the stock.
Drop In at Burn's corner of Bmlthdeld
street and Sixth avenue, for, lunch or
dinner to-day. Fresh ousters, game and
other dollen:ilea will tempt the appetite
and prove be:inking to the partaker. No
better 000ke In the city, or more wont.
modating waiters than at thh: establish.
'med. Everything neat, clean, well
prepared gild healthful, makes Barn's
our of the! Most popular restaurants in
the city. .
~ Giover, Ilona and other useful 'Jutted,*
Tot gine, at 3farsnm & Coxlnt!a% 27 111111
.. Mem,. Kier & to., No. 383 Liberty
street, have a large and varied assort
ment of queensware and Bristol ware.
A very neat and appropriate gift may be
selected at this house in the shape of a
table sett, handsome and durable, com
bining beauty with weft:anew. It
would be an acceptable present to any
Alt saudree Gloves—full asacrt•
ujoni, black and all colors, just received,
'at MEDIUM, OLTDE Q CD'IL
'"Call at Youngman's, corner - 'of - Smith.
.bald street and Diamond alley, for
Christmas confeetloneriem. They have a
merrlarge stock on hand. and no place
In the city* affords a better choice for
turchasers. In. Cheatham
rees these ' articles ,are trimmin
geoure a supply at thm brat elms mash.
lishment. • •
Jewel, Glove and liandkaraidef Boxes
Ind , present*, Micrinn esidisle, 27
Bathos* men will God something-to
their advantage by calling at the • Oontt
nental at their earliest eornimienerk,
Elandtatattleflatollara, fioarfs,•&a , tbr
the 11011 ClaVa; at Mamma aparlialtea; 27
Fifth avenue. • • •
Frith shell oysters, game and otber
varieties at she. Continental. Fifth ale
mia, below the Postafßee, today:- . •
Even to teme appetite .sod
esitery t he bi g
of th hunger, $t the
Continental in aboodanoa, •
}Aimee Bud ano tapas tor, tbo Ldle' M
blotaboottor -Ito. at. Market street.
A Joy Foiever.
A good piano or organ In the house la
"spy fcirecer." for aside from the pleas
ure and improyement which It affords to
the pertbrmer himself, who atm estimate
the benefits which Ii 'confers upon the
other members of the household f to that
such a present will be a source of enjoy
ment to the entire family. Therefore, if
` , llelsy present buy— desire to confer
hob. resent buyers to
• lasting benefit on their families or
friends, they should rah In at Mellor tr.
Hoene's mammoth music store, No. 53
Fifth &wen°, and select a beautiful
eno or organ out of their holiday stock.
Mellor & Hoene, being Such extensive
dealers, have the .insicia (sack" in the
music business, and can offer induce
ments to purchasers, In the way of gnat-
Prices and terms, that far -'coed
Icy, phase and term . ,
that far sit any
ether house In the city. Remember the.
place, o . Fifth avenue, next door to
Merchants teal Dcaten In fancy goods
impelled at Eastern prices, at
MADAME, GLIDE S Co.',,
Nos. 78 and Btl Market street.
For Holiday Presents.—Jett received,
• new supply of the celebrated Bertram
dr. Fenton sewing machines, expresaly for
'holiday gift& A very appropriate and
rueful present. Office at No. 77 Fourth
• When yea aro thirsty ask for a glass
of that generous liquor which invigo
rates the body and cheers the mind.
Ail first alma saloons sell Pler, Dannals
ft Co.'s Cream Ale.
Toys, Dolls, and many fancy articles
for Christmas, at Maar= & Carllale's,l7
PhretielogY.-Fowler and Wells, a.
Lafayette Hall day and evening, tell
make examinadons a few days longer
What to do and how to make the mos ,
of time and talent explained. • If
Elegant new styles Jewelry.pat
opened at Mamma et Carlisle's, 27 nth
BasiicTlee, lilaxpendere, ell new boll.
A Superb Saturday dinner la to be
served up at the Continental, Fifth ave•
Don't pass op Fifth avenue without
Ito ping at Holtzbeliner's Continental
Real Fine Lace Coeds for holiday pees:
eats at Maernm & Carlisle's, 2/ Fifth
Fancy artlelea for Chestnuts presents
at Moorhead's, No. Bt Market street.
1101:111TOS-8CHOML—On Toe.day morolan.
Dee. NIA. at the realdcaoa of the bride's mother.
137itea,Tbomaa-li—nlanoa A. P.' nousroN.
of Lowellallia. Cato. and Itrifi — N2l3.lLl
SCHOYEII. of Alleataf telti. No War.
I 1.1161 Pf A You day evehluir. D
cumber ilOth:18119. at She rulderiSo of lb
bride'. father, A. Y. Coulee , . by Ire, Alex
Clark. Yr. 00011.11 E P. HILDA kill. of ton
eord, Mass.. toCAMDIL C MCC of Pittsburgh
B. ratillallOS YAW L. WU.Lia
1:11 sTra MON &
Undertautry. cornsof Vltth .venue ono
gh street.. Blltalror.S. Calu of all .2041,
Shroud.. Crap. rand Gloves. and every amyl..
Bun Of Omar.' fa fnt.hl ca Food furnished on the
maatr a.o. One term. Iv the City dram and
earrnUres f-ren.hed. °Son olendy eud
CEVI(`®ABLER £ PEEBLES, Inil•
RTAXERS AND LIVKRY
even.. f 6ANDINLY SUM= AND CHUM 6
ANIC6IIII Allogbury Clty. whaee theta COP7II
60031.5 ape oentetanUy_aappltad WILL mat act
teoltattua Rea DaaoetaAT gaol' Walsh
(Natal. et prloos varying Ron 16 to 6100. Ec
Deo teremred foram:ail:um. Ifaarees sod Ca,
Altos foralebt4; also, ell &Inds of Doane',
bloolLL.lf matelt. Oftoa vrale Si all how.. 6.,
JOSEPH MEIER & SON,
Carr/alma ftr 11Pasuraii. 33.00 r. 4111
6.ee d CONTENT owl al ?aural rariel.bamet atseer . re
C 1430 TO
WITTLES & HEIFER'
brew Jewelry Store
TO BUY TOUR
LADIES , GOLD WATCHED AND CHAINS,
41. MTN.UO WATCHLa AND CHAIN,.
RELAIN AND AAND RHArELITIL
HANDEENULILLE HoLDEtis, 01.• assort
ment- ) _
•MOND RINGS AND FIFA
MGR% AGATE FUROR • r LIMY? TIUTTONS.
WAIL/ OILININ • • D PLATED WARE,
GOLD ANI , r•ILVIN HEAD GANN..
TOILET BETA. VAISOL rAltuN MARBLE
tems at tet New York At the redveed num of
Gold. add wio he apt I very doer to o' der to re.
deco oar stock as mach as 0014010. Blesz•fuol
and ue A
WATTLES & SHEAFEE,
101 FIFTH •VLIUZ; .Dot• emlthield Meet
JOHN M. COOPER & C 0.,.
Bell and Brass Founders,
LOCOIOTIVR k LOLLING JILL
Muds , JProrspSly to Order.
Made and kept On Han&
Proprietors and ManaActuren of
Office, 882 PENN STREET.
Tawdry, Oar. lltk sad Ba!brad Streets,
Seml-Annual Bowl of the
Ara O depositors Ikea, .11.,111,16 1 410 9*
luVas .• •• •• .• 64,494 06
Connsont Peed, Deg., UM.. 113.444 SO
Total Liabilities 0.599,311 60
Loan • on Pond and 1444041444-8.1.9 0 w.rw...
'Seal Saute 111,11 , r• 69
el le Titiabstgir II 034 04
U. 5.41)605tia. leased .11•7.... 4.10.1100 oti
U. 6. six twr &sit, Boob. SOL. , 80 04. 15
le ir•bie 91066 4.0
(3•414 ha Bank. and on /mad' 183.389 49
•TaW Airet• ' mage.aii 60
The antlerolgned: . 4.4 . 4ing Com:dater, re
-11011) r pout um* um, .0 .0.1•10101114
. 14 sunset . . • goon for the mist sin mootba, sad.
ing boweiab r. 39, 11449 sod 44114 esamlord
40 Asset.* the Bs• k, oor•sisting orPonds sad
Mort s. bee& et 41•111.44146, 4 4411fiestes rot
Back 6 cc , . Bilis Boogie able. 1:1•14.4 61strt
rise-S*444y six war pat. 8.44. 116 sad 417,
U. 14•4 41.01 • six pet ad t. Kola. lilt. sad
rut in Balks sad os M. sad So :Um mum to
corn. w r n i t alib i: v=4lr
• •48.41 KVLLY. Auditing Cos.
P. A. 9ADEllia.
Pirta6Utan, 1) e. 1869 ,
Tbellastaw bare i t dared a dirl4nol of tbloe
. 3) Dement. onto! the profits tut theist 41x
ni atDs, ent.s.g ovewbet 30. 1869. tt •of
I.4.,veroment , aSy.ble 10rb.141. U not
drimn, will bear Inters.; holm let mat
HAS. A. gurLIVS, Trea..t.
Pirrsvonilit. Dee 10.'11480. t .10044
HENRY O. .HALF,
Omer of Penn lug Sixth Street,
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
LADIES OR GENTLEMEN
nun pretest Mr their
Would do well to rtotica anil examtoo my Moot
of WATCHILIS. vLOCRO, J ILLItY elle
vice waits at tba moss a. all Plat.r/4. Jost
.rawatza AND opvictwsr.
SAS 1117Til AVZNUL
ter Tana WEN* oa YONDALT. January , ad
Ora.laia to be bad flagilbf Crtuotp i l.
*Ohre ay. V. olif LAY."
250 13BLEI CHOICE APPIAN:I,
ramie J. S. CANFIL9).
iTX TOW' BEST BRAINDS soda
• •-• mo.••••••••• 3. B. CAIONWLD.
at" rot Well J. a. CASnaLU.
"Low. as Trani'," "Ibud," ...boarding,"
de., net =veiling POUR LINEQ wal
be inserted in thew columns awe for
TWENTY•FIVE CENTS; wen add&
firma! Lim FIVE CENTS
WANTED. --From March or
April next, THREE TUBI:33HR.DOII
USFURNI•LIED 1100 11 o„ setee noarning for
Ilse aloes persons, to a genteel pllolle
In Pltteburall or Attest... 7. An.rtss. ho.
BOYS MUMS and MAN, for dinere M m
Mee of employment. Persons mantling bely
of all kinds eau be sunned on Mart noties.
WANTED—An BERT for this
v city to .11 the erJebrated flAhTithal
TAUTON SEWINU MACHINE. on erbkh wt
otter ters more liberal W aal
any othei company.
Call ann e x amine at 161 Waal atreet. -
H. C. WILCOX. TraTellne Agent.
WHIM to sell the AMSMICAN KNIT
TWO MACHISE, the only thentiesl
Knitting Machine ever Invented. Pelee 123.
VIII telt $llO,OOO stitetith per. minim. Ad
dress AMEUICAN HNIITINO MeeCRUM CO.,
Keeton, Meth., or St. Louis Mo.
WARTED. - MORTGAGE&
•30.000 to Loan In lan
• far rate or Interest.
THOIIIII K. PETTY,
BEI, Bold tad Seal Estate Lecter,
No. 119 thetbneld otrset.
WANTED:- TO Bogsorv.—
s.l,ollo.—Three ttousaud dollars to
sums of $3OO or more, for two or Wee years, at
0 per eat. Intnert. A first m 0 ,100.00 nin
elm., property 'lvan u security. Address. la"
'mantel,. X. X.. Gazrrill OrrICS.
WANTED.— AGENTO. $250
per month to sell tie only SIINNINN
PNOVitlt CUNI4ON e.If.N , IC INSWING Ks.
CIIIN E. Price only 118. (treat Inducements to
nitents. Tells Is the Most Popular BentNt
thlne of the day—msles the mmons
Lott Btltch•l—well do any kit d of Port that can
he done po any toschlw-100.090 sold and the
demand contmetly tocresslnfp Now Is the Um.
to tan nu Agency. Bend for circulars, silh.Bni
0 0 Address tINCONB
Boston, ratt.hqff PL. or Bt.
FOR SALE.-STOILIi AND FEL
TIMIS, LEASE AND GOOD-WILL, of
dee:class (honey. doing • good business. Tle
undirsig• ed beteg ermined to other bedew., Is
the reason fat selling. G. W. FIDDLY, 69 /ed•
end street. Allesh, ny. 1
♦ GOOD BZCOFD•H•RD .
BRADBURY PIA 10; 7 1.2 OCTAVE,
Neatly new. Lien. several pan of
Alt Wer.ud neatly new. The above trite
"all be • old nurse, for want of room.
la. 1130 11031",
Corner ' Inr - iresnue and graltbleld Entreat.
ciallrs3 , rer Fnß • •
SIME.-4 FIRST MARS
nut. s d
soot ren 04.
Also. A men 0004 MU' Beek Hansa and
Large Lot o Prolpect street.
a lion, an any sr tr linen Moose of six rooms,
ball. auk, good cel ; ar, ga aed vret:r,
Ale. an excellent "'mu. Bonn of ffAirrOcana
and tool en Per 5-1, earth •Lre• t.
Also. A Well built rt,rio• Ilonen on Potty.
Your h envoi. Pared In Iron. end sv. erten a
• Ana I Ocular for anon, r house ea same 13t • .
A ro. A ant elan modern little !Tame Noose
of lax rooms,
• Al.o. A ember cf Iltalding Lots on different
Lads I Blaaailidd, alai tan
aware or D.
R. William', tt6ll Irate and
'cabal.. • gent. Ward. Pau
appall at. Jobs , * I.i.plaapal
lim n and Lota on Spring 9111. Sarentb 6ittat
orice 46.400: 11011 wre. neat /lesion Station.
66.400; Reim and Lot, 34 .. 4 1k
9.3.600: 9 bons. on Yli min[ attn. 1.1,3
0i3011: b ; re " Trait eger ' ilhii i n ' arroit Y ttrilt
omen mid, 06,1100: iota on Fremont street,
$6,0491. house awl lot to 000 , 00;
a.. Eros. In Bellevue Bore. 311,044; bonne
and lota, head of Beaver 0.....161.6150, 0911.
aer. In Iliaateth Moro, 01.000: noun
an. lot 131141(1M11.111 . , eount7—bouse
nontatia 01 moms, 63 by 11110 featy4lloo;
Wm at Pair Va. Mallen, 34 any., spa per
arm. tn.. 6.
Ilea re ale Aimed. corner Vldo •414 bandllay
FEIIRONAL—AII persons seek.
IN& HOPIPS, or Invesua.sia Is Real Po
tato: .111 nye Woo. trouble ouLtikoney byrioi
curio. • copy of tae "PITHIBUSIJH
HOTATIL lila ply. away ozone
or ertll be loot by Hall Pitt to any notitoollsgll4
Pena. ammo% 1•41 to pet eon. out of the oupg
Ust eoptols& CHUFT & PHILLIP., Pat,
Usher. sao 11101 Palate Agents, Ho„ 139
VOIR SALE.—Engines and Bon-
Az ars e free lead &Toad Mad, of all Mode
coustaatir ca W.&
Orden from all parts of ihr Country' promptly
JAMES MILT. A CC...
Corm r Marlon ATIIIIIIO A P. F. W. lb C; H. W
e44EAPPROPERTir for Sale.--
N.." No. CT Port.. trout
ture• feet els lueles trout by one hautleld bud
t•n de p. to an •lley. A large (Ivo c outlet
sultable (or • roan , 504117 or dwell... Alio.
n dwelling novoe .11 500 ms frontlet, on e t
s propetts 0111 be sold sta. bargstn.
S CITTRBART * 'OB9.
dsU 261 ntstb Avows*.
row& LAND FOR ALE.-800
„S. Aoow of choice lend !tinee beat onto..
II lln lowa ear tee of the (-Want° •
Northwester , walwpad. nod In o e of.the tooat
teodertl e port.eue or the State. 'Wall be told
low, the whole or a put. APT.I? at ono.. to
R.110../t1 N two.,
OR SALE -ENGINES AND
Cornet !Westmeath an 4 Pike wpm.
nolktf Plttsbundy Pa
NOnCE TO FLOUR DEALERS
AND CONBl7llllltet.—We are acne read,-
ato% of 40,000 bosher b erendly4edeeted
; l.teth4reatteatl. - 71.9 T,
end Morena coaaUee. Induna. This lot of
Wheat Is the my best to be Mod and cannot
be eorpassed by any In the United tDates.
We hare also !Waked .oar lesprovenntate to
.Naebleary. Bohlen Clothe and Cooling Room,
.4 are now prepared to furnish the beat Floe,
we hare made tor ten years St prices that dter
oteapeuttel , on the wee grade. of Saar.
IL.IIEZENE COY & BRO.
reAti lime= NIA, Unb ar.
LOEB! FLOUR! FLORA!
111301330 TA BAZZIiS 11.1.1M1 r •
4110 bblo. Leiral_Tender, 311711411•_
beim %MUM. no Wit oamsoll - 8110.10 300101 a
11111soni C0..1110 bb.ls 3ted 31,0 t. 133 We Nay
CH OWN W 111.0013113 noun..
360 001.31sentlde 11.114 bbls Vinlta thar. 100
1011 ...tious braoMria• 10 best noun
WiNTY.III.II T r3.1311LT-TIA)
• 0 . 77 Nll 1. 014prl uLi=hlo, p llool=
31n/ W i teas sad C U rtnnik, 010010411.
/4, 10wer 13.3. 00.0 belprok tbe
1110tt.: WATT._ 00..
3111 • ' • aTili 00.11 IT Wood Streoo.
EIOyEEEh BELL &
Easabatarits of MUTT lIKDIUX aaILIG
axone' •an it•exioila
tirtW7TWill , l
HOLIDAY BOOKS • •
CHRISTMAS PRESEhTSI •
LANNPIT; AND. BEST
I).A.VIeI - dr. CO
Finals Illuerated Works .dillinmit
Bible, Tuts= nts and Elam Books;
invenlte Books of all Mods.
Tay Hooks, Fame. and Puzzles .
naln P . me • stationery.
Dtat C.. roast Book. Loa
rtttaaDesta and Panay Inkstands.
Plantar/rat h Myna..
Chan Man as d Beards.
• Tim Lataat Pablte Mon..
Praise Cal, and Exatelna
A. , BRADIIEY &
PO. $O WOOD STREET,
Manafoot t oraro of fixeslest yanoty oe
Cook, Parlor and Heat Lug !stoves,
ear amortme to found an the LATERT
PATYKIISa LS D IMPILUVILMINTS, and the
mtmtatlon or mune,. a to tech that any one In
want of a (0.1 antes ehoulo purchase none het
rhos. manullatured try no. no they wllt be toyed
t , s. most durable an .Ulu ere melee?. Would
run ;intent. &MIAMI to our new VULCAN()
OVSYS. for churches. hall. andetorm. Wee
6Weold 'hr. Mont/M.. ?need, d foe with or
'mho= .0.101. AU WINO tate Oiled Inca WY.
nomnr th. m morr.or 10 any other m3dltas cheap.;
er. tend for Cambs. And Prise Llet. ter'
,4ARGE SHIPMENTS OF . ALL'
linden( freak - Tata dab are reeelarg Call
I,,,,lpme_pagatlar and nd: las. CI
Diamond Market. YlmatArght at' the
My nand. Allegheny City, egme
and Onlo streets. Our 10121( IMPtne.fir the
VlMletu to alnayahaye on bandanna
glass ankle, and east Deli Whit.e nob. gm...
Merrsa. Inset Haas awl White Prefab an at yen
Irgarei v 6 i i=mze=rav A til l u g .
ifadstrie Nkas MA -%
• slIZE:11 . 1C ATINIVICiI SAM ,
‘ 4l 4 : l** l l W 4A a l / 4 U"i"
BALLOT! & ADAMS,
167, 168, 169 and 170
Aso aim prepared so 1 urolah VINEGAR at SA
LOWEST MARKET RATES. Attention la oar
EXTRA WINE VINEGAR.
II'PIIERSON & MUHLANBRING
w. a. nsuniz & co.,
No. 10.11IITH IT„ ha Bt. Clair.
We have jest received a large ...POT Of Ten
and Winters oode, Welch Wilt be enld at reatoz
able Oen,. Mr. Mil ttlAti RR. NO will still atr
tend to the Cottine Departtnamt.
de.1:00 - Mall/CH.SON 6 MUILLASIBMEIO.
MEN AND BOYS'
A Imo sad complete assortment of Malt=
a Flee goods, et the lowest vela..
GRAY & LOGAN,
ME CHANT TAILOR.
Xteps constantly oa Mad
Cloths, Casainserea and Vesting&
AIso,OIINTLXIMPS YITILNISHISIG GOODIS.
No. 93 'l-2 Smithfield Street,
les.airilienV Oa e Clothing made to order in West
NEW FALL GOODS.
• .platelld new stock ol •
CLOTHS, OASSIMHRES, /17.,
Jut reutud by lUdilti 111:19MIt.
rah merchant Ttlln. VI Ikniabgeld Mist
COAL AND COST.
Gas Coal Company,
MINERS AND BUIPPZILS 07
GAS, :BLiCIMIITII lAD FAMILY COAL,
Nut Coat, Black and Coke,
and Of the teat duality. eau be for-
Mabee at leasonable rates. Lerre ord... at o f
and yards, No. 13 ANDELOSON UTELET.
Llteatieny Cllr. and Liberty atteettoPPila•rl.
b wive% Pltt-bitrab. Address POS
Box 51114 tittabarria, and shay will real
Sir tromp% attextton [hen to western ably
CIIBLES 11. EMSTNING,
, H= tx
Youghiogheny and ConDellsville Cold,
Lid Msangacturer of
COIL. CLACK IND DYISQLPHURIZED COIL
or/Ica ANTS TAMIL turner B auer Gaff
Norton eUvel. Marty lad Clgwer amen.
lama also Second streak. /Math ••sLi
envoi .aro ' Po e Gy". P. • CrH. S Depot,
Orden ieftat either of the at offleet. or ad.
dram to me through Plttaborith P. 0.. wW w•
ogre prompt aortal=
Hafer to 'whom lam sualff VOW Deasy t We.
& Co.. Wm. Smith. Cele. Iron MUG, 11,. Vog
ler • Co,. Mitchell. earphereloy & Co., Slaarll •
Co., Graff & Huger. Ale: Bradley. Park, Bro. &
Park, Macon? & Co., Hem. Urea • Dun.
Wm. M. Faber & Co.. .1. B. Lyon & Jamo.
it...tun a co.. McKee • Co., 1.10 on M-
H. IL. Pennsylvania H.
QOALT COALU COAL 11!:
DICKSON, STKWAItT k CO.,
Wants roamed taatrlto to
NO. 6437 LIBERTY MEET,
allure, Yknu• Z3II OILIONDII.OOI.
1121 2 RZWIA ' 001rdralrIfft
Au onion thalTollae, er Aftt
aim uuogsgA at
asu. will be sa se
WINES, LIQUORS, $A
SCHMIDT & FRIDAY,
MIS, BRIBES, GIN, 120,
WHOLX/lIALIL Diatts~ 11.
1411:4:01441•11 . ,1:11:)1r , '
409 PENN STRUM
Have ltainioveld to
NOB, 884 AND 888 PENN,
Cor. liloventh St., Ocawatt Canal.
01111P11 & FINCH & CO.,
O £l.o. Ul.
10111:11IN VIIIN Wil
CIIIONS. Is ar. Mamas.
ROBERT 11. PRIEM & CO.
Seventh Avenue and Liberty St.,
Wilt on Event Saturday Sok'
AN AUCTION SALE
HORSES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES
In Liberty Street.
SA. to otlt *sus lo ..bar
I=4:kpiong a omatt za , balbro Tliatoda t y of
tenUon altoortari vl/I " o3lretail i ra
• • JOHN H. erEwAirr.mtuoseer.
7087 H . 11111WAIIT ...,110XT• ILTATI2IBIII4
ROM IL PATTERSON &
COLIBTEITILOINIIII 11 1110?! ft
ELEG PA ANT
Zamaled, Wall rums hugalai taste MM.
vlaus us foot and MOO. , Yptlllll.llsl4MTMldll
riltrina l VA "lffi d t air...mnna
the coma . Womb if - •
NEW -WALL PAPER.. STORE,
181 !iiberesi Street..
DEC On AT 1 0 Bi fi.-.41111 1110042
MOM lad Treseo szoltatioul toe Wald
ase I"etileg. ot . Dtalasxl
-E!iss. Bally *a
~,,, )(Serif 11. Ii1710111:1.& BPX/..
ITAINIPEIO I 4IoLD PAPERS for
AMU% u IoT Yakut stmt.
- - •
WHAT SORE ACCEPTABLE
• • cnrutm.p emit to alopniF s!tne. =Other
or stator than s Polley of Llfi Insurance In
THE PENN MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company
?le Only Truly Mutual 'Company In the
ACOUNIULATLD CAPITAL ' 10.500000 0
►n.ry.7Lg loss. tole. .m•t ot-.111000.000
Than Is a special WraM•[e in taking out a
volley now. as thaw who gel their policies Wore
January In will hare the benefit of the 50 par
cent. dteldend of January next.
JOSEPH S. TRAI7IILI, Agent,
TEE NEW JERSEY
Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
Assets, Over $500,000
All rade. Issued by ibis Company sre perptM
nally.lton-Porfelting after tile payment of one
Dividends annually declared ant applied on
third annual premium, either . ..ea the perniaaent
Inerease of the policy. or in reduction of Veldt-
167:1-3 Woodfitreet,(2d floor,)
XI- Retail* Affirsite vrautad.
No. SS lrlrth Arrow. liorood Floor
N. J. Earley. 111.W.Oltrer. jr,lpard.N.Bslier.
Dan e n ul allsee.. I N. H iv ti ci ert u, Ler . .
j e....C m. hern i.lin terei
Ternisie Smith Jno.S.
ROBLiT 11. KING, President.
alto. 7. JENNINGS, Vice President.
• JOB. sonasroN. neersierl.
Cart. N. J. 011./LCZ. Hen.' ,asset.
Insures oneral Terms on all Pita
N IINSUILINCE CORP
as ca. Prgadent.
WM. P. 111.1111Zirt. !Secretary.
CAPT. tiLtalltll NEALE.. tlenersingnat.
Dino% BC Water
t reettseng &
%TIM - are ails% Ifitinds of Pre and Yr
rise stns. home lostitetton, managed by Di
rectors who are well boson to th e
lad who ma determined br Prdhinthers end ub
alit) maintaln Me character warn they have
assumed, as othe best yralatittnnt to the*
whe dales to bu ret: •
&Ignader Maga. Jean B. harCallirs
B. Miller, Jr. Chas..). Clarks. i
Jame. hienult , y, W 1111sa 5.
Alexander !Meer, Joseph Hir=r,
`a r rle
; 47 ; rer= .
pENaunri.veniA. , .
.INNURAMCE COMPANY OF MITTENIUSSNI
-0771 CK. Ito. 151)4" WOOD STRYIT. BAIR
TAW" klo=6 00:nralii, WI Warns sestast
lota by llre
vimI LiONAILD IMES, Preadult.
0. C. BO Pre.ddent.
t. C. I=.
way. PI. A. ArraV iL s.
AGM:NI= LOSS Br !TIM -
MUM INSURANCE CO. OF PHILADELPHIA.
Orizos.ass.i IisiONSATNITZ szmar ANN.
Cot. Icdend It. and Diamond, Illigkony,
a m iti tt . u. aRCOND NATIONAL MANN
M 7 :7NsTr.;7l
WAIL PAP lE$
City or State
2l Floor. Boom No. 3.
Capital All .IPaldilio.
CRIA211:11W. EUtek.V. Ifordecol&gdell
Totdaa Wairar, David B.
awb p.m .! ittrain. Dal..
Crari ti. MA Prtoillr-
VI 4 I m ati t ee rrealdaat. •
• J. ktAltDkilang r afr;ll.=
Moth West corner Third aad Wood
XllWnWirreddel r . id
i c aum B ETTINAZITB....Z•
JY.L.9tfbr , m. ItoDelt Lea, C.
b I aIT.
03177401. Z.l VOINKIL WOOD i r 1211,113%
REM FaZ4l* " l " 2l".
... _. Ley, .1 e L 4 /= '.
!. oa te n Mitt W. /...WIIII..
4 mu D. Verso, Flamasl ..m.smouri
iv. , - .. •
'F. OALUDirrar. k.
&resat t : . ' -
C.E RSIEN le INSURANCE
COMPANY IV PITISBUROR.
(MN*. 1111Tr713 ITlMT.liass.BLOcs.
sislatt all kinds of TVs and 11lianas
JIM= rawrs. Prral_dent. .
I I J. laeliltiso2l , lo4Prasiaant.
Vii!N_ Z . 414 1 . "1 .1 Tratinistett
. tgat i l le mz.
Guar . /Let. J. T.lstockdala.
Guru Wm. Daf. T. H. Nevin.
•LABS. =NA. crutuamat
100 WOOD STDEET.
ammumg AND CHINA.
cw OIPT ours,
SILVER puma GOODS
of all dasaiNgtions. •
611 ca . z ia r
B. E. lUMED & CO.
100 WOOD. STREET.
CALL Al D LEE
China Sete, Pariah Statuette,'
sad Pomp:leek% a: t oropealog t the
H. HiGl3lr . & C 913.,
brio zsaortmoot oft•
Omit. WWI for fasalay and hotel moo AVOWS Con
orrlolt OP Title '
Coarraottas or ALLCancst . & mar, PA., 3.
. rrrisuaaals, Dec. 90th . lAN/.
NOTICE TO BilliEmi;— Seated
9gAt.B. addreised to .. Thatospea.
torar Os! aneshearCoanty Crosoa..artubir.....
'oared at this atlas nattl alat last. luelastre.
tar tarnlatrlng the Cl :titrl'ilsoltyrltli Bmo
Or *Li soatha frau 'January ano.
Loaves to ta , IN •
+ewes to weigh - to A poiuide respeeileelli
suet. b• of app.:Fred quality.. Bids to be wale
ao math pet pou.s4. Dowd for two thainattd .
dallan will be I : vivaria tor rattail paiitilasc.
of contact. The same of the uses eitY
itealiatty the ad. Mill, redacted by the Werke
aad probatia at this tU a; will be pad at. 12.17;
Orman of ern' beam= t 11c.71 1 41 `;
Prrrastraans. Dee. 9111. 1 ._
!ALB tot the eopotraettos ot• PLANK
WALL on the GROSSUIIIt Terapil.. fro. Mat.
My *raise to Haley (met. Alto: • On` •
HOARD WALK. on .Ad Oast .411 m.
lug. host. Aiken. Las. He'..lll
1. realtad st - t 11 ores naut 11011DAY.1.
Ilaracilkalle•a ass be oboist Ibis'
The eight la ••sarred to nikaini . •11•14i1:
IarNEW OPER& ROTIVE.
Last night nut three of the young and bean Ural
Mb' ENNA DIADDERN. ,?
tarItD.LEDAT EVENINO. Deeeunte, AA
egg% will be presented the great 3 act drama of
.SATAN IN PARIS.
Mtn Emma Madden In ate. ehartotere.
To conelede with the popular fare. of
IMMO Naddern Malin. on Chrlattnae.
Iq PrePeralloo—Erooch ELI and Pocahontas.
IVOI shortly be rrodoong—lnoeh Arden:
U. W. WILLIAMS. Lessee ans Mutates.
TO r iNlti HT. Ike great dog 11•171Cer and cowed.%
DICE Zia liDa. ileappearseet
_Of the resettle&
•otellst, Miss CLARA - BURTON and dis favor-
Ise torasidienne, Miss LUCY Itltltrlldst. toad
a h ;11711 ►
new Programme, }I
LO Misstate on . edge.
'Oa, Three grand performance. os Childless.
On; morning ratlehis•Ftessoors SiAS: night
at! Pettey, beat& os Isessudir.
al .- ACADEMY OF MIMIC.
Grand German Opera.
THIS wzmit3DlX—Gounod`s Brawl Hpera
Can lOUs Um following great sitininiwnni.t
presented It so the Atne quo Dunne:
yARI TRIEDIRICr r vest sole or MAU-
preptrattop, naeey. Wean Open,
riar...TlErtvraisek LA arrivv..
BATURDAY I —Orand 0.. Matinee
&Mahal. .I.o6'll,erved 5.05..11.50
155001 y Mee 60 410107 06
•NI/ ceri ma* bs ma .% Efeber*Bnx Igo
ISt Ward meet.
• FALII=I.; .
IN lI►9EIINT OP Oki /MORAL.
• 'Tbll depot, lugs ida commodious 0•41)0
• .1 n theroughty refit.' end refunded.
ed. and la new offered tor rent. for Italia.. portico.'
I rono lons. It curer end (en - rat emus.
meu. tla the largeatand tar.t veallteted room
theln oily. end I. the 0,0 7 11• ff will
D.P. mimes Or eV*. In case of are or •eri•
dent. A upper hall, dinlng room sad kitchens
ell In lint Mara style. have neon r coolly added
lete Anyelotene4e. masts, it the mint colleen.
and de:miriade Mr vans parties sod rtuulfine.
AitsonlCY Clfl. Lee. 11. 1869.
NOTIEE.—T4e asseument for
Gradng of Baena . Vista Street,
Iriotra.Taylor ►venue to Carroll at sat, Is aww
is and eau wseen gm Ws. •
will be pined In the binds at Lbei City Treamor
N OTICE.—The assessments for
The Eintding and Paving - of
Yrom Ytthiu street . to Triton street, are nob
reedy lbt examination and con be sews at this
oboe until - THURSDAY. December 224.,
WIT, wires, they will be pieced lathe beads of
the City Truant ter collection.
VATETTE sTur,ET.—Notice Is
berebr Oren that the undersigned, appellat
e view Fa y et t essess damage. Ane n tuellts tor.
*Denten street, they of ny. - litten
avowal to the Ohto rlrer, nil] meet on
the Onto.. on r CINSUAY. Meamber
1109. at 3 o'clock T. te, to attend to the Mates,
a' their appointment.
augg B. INOIIAM. -
gra W. De CANC.-
ATTORNEY MID .COUNSERILOR AT LAW. •
oinua 157 YOUSTIA AVlghltriz Mee
b ylgehe, h. Mirgetre grent r a
Lou t Qoaren la
y e Stair I weine and ell Ws
Court m a t eghen meaty. and snake ogle°.
bow of theaellseeneleanntles. Wen=
OS I/IM' 111111LETT.
Z2•4120104131tee_ ftri • ?Ir c ollee ma
sad all 7sharU Ea/1140u amonia!
wtt =nu • • eaa and dlanatell. • Natal
o or Tar rracneArn
CS tintlltATZ. •
• 0110.7.1 R 'arra Wirt. on:wane the Cow
thettal. itstatr. Dtta..
tUM [wt... tea, US
-Lows Sulam& ta Dip
ALDIMILLIN ASI . I . EX..01771710 OBTICIN 01
• .104FICIC, 8 . 9 lITFTW AVENOIL
o, liMt attentive/ sarea is. eaneeptagg=l
as. ada...Dana. a3a4 11
Illa also all legal ?enlaces WiepadelWralat4l/
APPLEDATIONIS TO SELL UL-
Qlltthe. Mee In the Chit'. Ones the the
tamale or Deethater.
Pittabiersit . .•
Theodore Tr/Wk. estlir bowie. ad Ivied;
Jenne Z. saran &Co., other toads. INA vosr&
J. e. Mertes, other goods. La went;
e. IleKstri. other geo4l. wu Trerd.
Tred• 'Matte, other goods., 3d ward;
Bann rgne, tsvera. 4ta &rd.
Theldeense Soard bartinia• store
et 1 . D x 1.1 MALAY r iled's:Ma MR
• Cray C. /11.7.4011ENT. PA.. t
TaxisuariVs Orrwm. Leans.. 13. 1109. •
NoTiez BEJR:OBIE HIVEN
• • may've. citoNT;
ilasicipal•Botido'raf the City of illtglioly,
.that the C0.T.11..21•480nds 4 cotes& One:Tna
vary IA Idlo..orn no pale on' said esy OM
nno State. tax) dins Stank of rlttibutign. in the
'elty of .Finiburi,"*.-.. itACITZESION.
Tro•antar Of the Clfy
PRY tiI'IALAOILIMP PA:
Thiaenarms r,e_rtoz:Der.monte 'a, um. g
A LLEI4IZENT CEEL . - '
iftompinnifse Bonds Wanted.
. . .
Pe lm* bolding Comyromh Bosh of lb* MY
of Andr•oo.T. r." an bonny ooti ed that dm
blobleg hnd of limp viit, lomegted to taw
.loath u the loweit Mos offered. 'Prolongs
Teedynd.brnbg ondorolont3 tosUlagT ,
Istday*Oaarry, 11171 i,
, . MAO/1/111074
Tressuror of th Clts of Allegbfa7./1,
Xnuatacenreis and I.l.lers:hillOOTS, MONS
ANDWArraltg., Kew =Alaska, stn., nue.
Pe:ltchier &Waistless /Wm. Custiod Wort.
We beg leave to alma She, attention of the
Debits to the p Oaf are nor grew. to
anannthetatre to sad! aboes for, persons
troubled with ants, Bunlons, - or dammed act,
under the personal supers Monot our Xt.
rftiLT,tormeny oldlltte. ellY•uboull be
Wens. to see custosnal W.. we bars
adorned Xr. jusert , s mods of measured Um
toot, hs unfelt ...it ber sahibs marmot. easy
Mid comfortable Foot. .4 Mtn. for the tender
est tea. MMus SIAM sn4 FT 0211 1. .'a rartat airport rlttablit.b.rs. :
111,1311111111 1 WASZ. Baicsrei. wogs ,
caw sa4 Waraboass. 283
entlnrt cntenntlV alinnonni tn.
jo, 6g Eiddy~tl , EL, illeshcny, h.
• • • sAmarusest at ,NZWIEL POSTS taa
lea s 112inanatlyosk laaA. . TURNINO
.a: tearer* email member Mat we tarp oensi
b.t Wilihv. 181.11. Naha Mikal„ Y. kW.
feta rustled drat.... Lae le the 11n, ak
04.1. UN okea Favorite Momato. Teeters
Feeettes. . kfer..foes
.Yoratee Omen una, from
re., sad Ilaitarooss, eea.er rlel Corn. nave.
R L. • Overalkse. at... a,. for awe al. lawns
. " "b.
tail Omar takm Illso anau.
si r re rarlid i t=t. D•Ons II ill