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Mink iI . IIIDINg, 84 AID 84 11111.41.
. Ol/11101/a. PAPER.
Of Plttsaaeia• Atlairkelay on 4
hfrigo - ilAntirerp, 601 r.
V. B. BOOM at Frankfort. 92
Soaveloved in finer York yesterday
bit Bow's Rsyncw strongly advocates
the Introductionot Chinese as laborers in
th i 1 P 12 9 1 :1 3 i 1 _9. 3 V.!" . : -
Tip' &Crease the public debt...lnce
Jaikpaill U e 8.938,664.89; duce
Ntai ',440 071.09.
"NW iew -thndtag•bill, hued on the
reeosuaendelloas of Seczetary Boatweil,
will noon be =potted to the Beate.
Air:batt " hill' Was at: list reporiOd
yesawday—to s House which will pro.
bsbly *sr it all to pieces, and then leave
larlif now. After this result,
the - Internal Revenue bill will be taken
ja,lcsosra that the Postmmter Gea
arat that the Home bill, far Athol
bhp* g the franking•raiTtlege, be- so
emeetted, In the Senate, as to restore the
ireidradation jounals in the counties
nomination of Judge Bison° for
upilittpreme bench should hare gone to
tbrfiennte yesterday, the rscancy being
dans tienlained by the retirement of Judge
QRWt,ctyppasactvn on this nand nation,
apitsinists Will also be expected to tonne
try M'direet 'Tote on the nomination
Titer StKIIIITB2( 1111tAWCW of the ran
liewEllentafem Junotion.City germ the
doe ova of the Ewes river, la Wahl
ad se far u Emporia, and two reviler.
dallv*na ate to between thole
tire points. Thisigt - attests the truth of
tilrlirtilintlintilistnittrf the mirvelom
rimier of that.s3tristif.i 'Junction City
l i serevniat oUtie Jeotouri ; iiresat,
•- "* I
-10intirobable that 'Georgia ratland the
..I[Tth Article yesterday. Ills action;
*tuner, taken, completes the needful
a:Redone for the Anal Incorporation of
that Article hate the Constitution . . not
dim* Mato was needed : Georgia - is
tem.:Meet the requirement, Nebraska
and -Texas will follow; making thirty
tatltektotitit / arthti, the taiet : eieeetiOtj
Itsltprinelpla -of 14,0ablIcan Freedom
Whfcle km bees
. e from the me;
tioatoes mate ot the last ten years.
filwascon Rnitin replies, in another
conowsignlzieet whic h it was our
duty t o. film. Rh clad will at.
ttagilfe attention of oar readers, who
7 1./4Aztitei-F , n! , 11?-sucePiluit it an an
aarrily • clear and satiefer,esplitigt
taWolotlie emir. It is erident 'That the
Senator-had committed only the error to
1100cfooIedtiddettori in the wrong place.
Let justice be done to Idr. Ratan, wheal
illsearddias been, and we are-gaze - that It
isilibe.Valmpeachably dud of a Repo&
, :tcriss,44llairdstration of Pusident
Gitirrj has &Oaf teas money than did
thigt . brAti predecessor. The ofddad fg•
stied for the' current flied year chow a
told. amduction . of. oxpordithrea. ja
Clitar . 'it ',first half as_ compared with
YoLaau 'smathslt, of 1217265,190.. This
conOM down to October '6O. The next
quarter, to thenewyecr, soon to be made
peddicorill read. the same way. .And
teigh ita redaction of expenses, the same
OW thrum show an actual increase of
$61,186,1110, in the receipts of the same
lard nix 09111thfl of this administration.
A'QW.Trit Pew cPunt3' bill. lOtir f h
Ago pinta ihit Beitate: With . the iota AA
AU:the Demoasta and two or three ma.
4141eltg/61/?`F*11"/ / 1 1 17 5 151 ' 1 g M, , !‘•
The peonage of the bill lea kmaioneoost.
cdoeimpOsitice evat7 Democrat will mote
Acta, ? pother eritti two professed/le
jaktbrosts; lind Os' In' the ring. — Daring
ialeatelettirs erperlenoe of thirty Setts
we have never before - known one party
albs other knits Par or against the pas
sage of any local bill; but we live in •
grange times, and when the kistilry of!
titbit - de transaction becomes known, the;
*wet people of the Commonwealth will:
hart tholes-dim In such corrupt schen:ice;
Tll3 NATIONAL - WATCH Closinitr it
111/16,1lifnoWeruplloyd Mar hundred and
ewe:Myrtles persons, about one halt item
aseifernales;. , Thht company claim to
money." atone and)
1.44;601 , fvf=
Aght wide, and two stories bigness
-Vow ct eighty -term feet; besides enianl
_bow, eta, EseijUdni is-dorte by ma 4
eklaery. There are nine separate departd
mats, each under skillful superrbors.,
It Is said the demand for the watches of,
Ude establiehmentexceedethe Company's;
ability to Opply.
kireih Thr- tie
Bere the tills :Ogee oflsllN
ult. Marble to the canalenbergement ,
trVecti, "Of course, money could be
mule Odor ale work, and, Or *4100,;
fecioriey ought to be made out of it, on
any other work, for that matter. But
wi appreheml no more corruption In !
thla than in any public enterprise, u
tree oa ben° I *i M C I tU V I T•r ,
Oceeree,—it : Is the drew, not the GA
=MP, which P 431 signidautUy and
moldy maples 'together, and althea, tbe
bleu of money-making and corruption in
r— We UM .crut colempara.
ry's frankness, and the "friends" of thei
sinking fund raid, In our own comma. ,
- airf;r live been equally candid. Scathe
people want the paricularc Who Is to
' Mike tbe money and how much? . Can
-the Argus supply tts with the terms. of
tbrit secret contract for Reed's stock ? It
seems to be of no use to apply to the!
dumb but most competent witneues here
In Pittsburgh. Row much "money" is td
be "made" by the engineers of thli
raid ? Row large is the "eorruption,"
for which its friends are so eager te
. apology ' '
Or Tit City comscrt, meeting on
igeudg, the Osetrusreial says
'Able siefeel or "retrenchment and re
came up, inlwo t d
or three upset,
tinting the session. au a determinsUon
Stwonlhotod tar reap substantial advan•
• awes los the tax payers during the year.
~A ft expenditures will be closely watched.
• - JUIlt WI For exemple, the Municipal
.g•ora sob, • wholly useless publication
Of the Counal proceedings, in pamphlet
'Amin, for Which the. Osstetsreiat wee paid
year And tide, too, when all
the ionise& were giving the fullest
telpeeti,hi each following morning,
*niii;,feixeediees . . We state,: in the
;111 . tereas, for the Information clean
'that, considering its otter
iseattinee,'Msd the high price paid,r this
AO °, )03 la, pro rata, &Milt,
One of nubile plunder than
ilulles Ascent about which
the Oommereica has bad so ranch to 817.
A proposal to renew the publication this
year peened the Common Council without
much opposition, not being generally em
derstood. The Select branch, however,
very properly slaughtered it—even If it wan
the Commercial's own petty but favorite
illustration of its notions about "retrench
ment and reform" and "substantial ad
rtta the coalltloi have succeeded in
pattsing, through the-Senate, the little bill
to enhanie the vsli Of Mr. 7.lrry's Ti
tusville. real.estate, we .hen -a rumor.
frontArespitol, that some of the screws
have got loose in the House, where this
part of the coalltion contract Is likely to
be defeated. .2fer , is this all the bad news
Int that quarter for the bargain and sale
people: the Philadelphia police-bill has
gone through the Senate, by a vote of 16
to 13, two Democratic members dodging
and not putting their names onthe record.
Had three two voted, the bill would still
have carried,Ato 15. At this writing,
we hatro' not 'the yeuand nays, but It is
evident that the bill received every HePub-
Ilan vote, while two renegade Republi
cans, Hi. Lowry and one Uttar, were not
on that side. The yeseind nays will show
who that other. way; whether Billingleit
or Kerr. This, however, snakes little
difference,' the two men, in • finding that
theyttould not defeat the tneisure, did
not '.vote at all. But their intended
tritiChery is equally apparent, and would
bays;been put in practice but for the de-
teetion of Vie two DeWtocratto otembent.
Thfr'w 11 not be forgotten witew the day
of settlement comes between these faith
less Senators and their Republican con
'taunts in Lancaster, Ede, Crawford
Butler and Lawrence.
IRO! RIDGE, WISCONSIN
Away up in the hilly raglan of the
northern part of Wisconsin there is a
remarkable ‘deposit of Iron ore, which is
'described by a correspondent of the
':Ohicago Boman, as consisting of a mass
bri bed of ore about fifteen feet in Wa
imea,. and known •to extend over more '
than ono thousand acres. The first set,
'tiers avoided .:that, age of 'poor red
;earth,' deeming it worthless. It conid
'these have been puehased.for a . few Man:
dred dollars. After Its value wu die-
Icovered it sold' Sir $535,000. One fur
inaCe his been erected; In' which charcoal
:is used es fuel, which. Is making tea tons
:of ,tnctshiir ley ef "cold short".lion . of
!very suplirier qualify, teat wlllch is
:greatly improved when mixed with aboin
one.quirjernr Lske Superior tron.either
In the smelting furnace or puddling pro
"The ore consists of 'Small graini, of .
dim seed else, slightly 'peel and &timed,
of a bright red color, 'Creasy to thdietch,,,
and gains like rod chalk !lithe handling.
When . iound place It Is firmly packed
In regulSr_ strata, Interspersed by Joints
and cleaseite idanea When: the ore is
eTP 6I O tolhe els, it soon crumbles down
abd'caa lie Shineled up like sand, and is
knowdiatoirg thefarnece rrien,who work
it as 'seed ore'." By chemical analysis
it eit , e5,32.6 lint cent. of peroxide of trim,
and 60.77 of metalic iron. To smelt this
ore requires only three rourthatieiriorMi
of fuel required for . Va4rilidperior ore.
DOILTWIPAPPIa this mine as practi.
-EXPLANATIOIII IM ORD/R.
A Cold fin Mr. T. J. Bioiksx will
be found ebsolltbeeti la `1211160. _COlnmxts;
and we esil partici* attention, thereto—
espeelail,s to ita"ennui", as well as to Its
ke s siotal. itisitsinents, and to its lack o
statements ;catty pertinent.
The fincrrs,forthree van put, tuts
ateatllly advocated the enlargement ot the
Beaver canna, to a enacity to admit of the
paettage of Teasels which can and do nevi
gate the talus. It will continue to advo•
irate that policy.
The editorialkof which Mr. Sioux
complains have all seen written ander
driusplratlon oC he xespaftsible editor,
"*** 1111111 :4 1 Tilfg VnTeri st : l 9l‘
a day or two ago.
What remains to'-be-added is, that Mr.
BIG . ELAX funislieknp explanation, of , the
coritriptt. for the Clispoidtlon of this : bonds
of 'the tdvere - Cank **int bald
Mr. C.M. IN RES which is a matter of
buthiest T•to`the people& this
county and - the whole commonwealth.
Will ;ales Mr. Moult ror any ona of
Lis Isaxbdeijuitildt:that informidon
To ivold g,lstrig It by a "displarof per
sonal Indignation falls far abort of the
reign‘baiit alba omecau
.gr.C.,id.,Rerm,.of.,rie, holds .a just
Ilea tiatim Beaver . Canal
. ef $1,700,000.
it is now proio'sed . te.t4 . 11 6 . 000 , 4) 7 00 P 1 4
of the r tiinking ;Find and put it into this
inroyeteriotudy widsjoired that
ender i I arrangement: las
consented to take from certain unknown
..r.'tetef E2l/41.. Leisylbr.`hla; cldm this the
face of it What we want 'to know li,
who will potlict iths c istye difference ?
Every tax-payer has a right to put this
Abestkin, loitridung 1 97-.Ket
answer, canztoknatuntlly fail to infer the
wont. Weiuire put Mr. BIGIUM blot
self on the ,witness,. stinTi toninF
made one fatal 'ln admitting,
he did In dig' C.; enntre'''idt 'Cie existence ,
<FA Wane; pa now thtsb bezt,t9eltsde
'tbi . ther • Izqntiies as - 'to Its - pfeetie'
teni Sirrybody seetlhst he ;.kin
but won't speakidthe facts.
z-ns to: the ..
Committee to which
refaik, comprises . tie
tine:* ;lionet highly resPected
thlietweituilty. . We believe that these
neftletent are themselves only Ignorant
of the real desigusofsome of their associ.,
atsr and arena, In active or passive
sense or intent, compromised In the Is
tngue 'Which we have exposed. ' .
ova PUBLIC BALLS.
Pißebuigh has long felt the need of
some good assembly-room, for the proper
iceomModitloi of the public, .attetidlhg
lectures, concerts and other non.riezetrired
entertainments. Nor have we yet had a
theatre which, in tie areltectrind
tious,,hes fairly, pet the more exacting
inelierdents;of !liter yam. With tier
contracted auditoria, limited platforms,
defective ventilation, rudely arranged
lights, end, above all other delicacies,
their positively dangerous vomitories, or
ways of egress for a. crowded audience
Reeding to bcparmtly diecharged out
side the walls, such public rooms as We .
have hitherto warmed, although equal
to the public needs in former years, have,,
of late; ceased to fill ell the needful condi:
lions, for a large city as rapidly increasing
in its , perdition ass — its social refine
merit-and. Inie s liiiirual callers
It is not, even now, IleCeally that all
our pnblic halli Should be equally of
grand proportiotut, or possessing the
other Improved characteristics width go
to asrapa the wifely, or to minister to the
Convenience or the luxury, of the most
ammo= audience& it to not every
entertalnment—lecture mart, fair, or
opera - which may be expected to collect,
at the stone time, all the scientific, charit
able, and relined people of
oar cities. Such halls as we now have—
we need not specify them—meet admira
bly the larger number of , current de
mands, in that way. .But we repeat that
Pittsburgh has of late felt speedier need
for at least one or two such commodious
assetablproomar 'with all those. special
recotaiendatious, is the !my of light,
PITTSBURGH DAILY GAZETTEe WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2, 1870
ventilation, arrangement of the auditori
um, and the absolute safety of the public
in attendance, which are now known to
be essential In respect of health, comfort
and the security of life,—and of the capa
city to receive and seat comfortably the
most crowded throngs collected by any
These demands are about to be met on
Penn street„ near Sixth, in a quarter of
the city WMeh approaches as nearly as
possible to the heart of its moat active
business. and which is equally accessible
for the populations - of either bank of the
Allegheny River. That splendid pile of
buildings, which has been erected by
the Young' Men's- Mercantile Library
Afisoilation, attracts, by the ele
ganee of its great prOportions,
the peculiarly fit simplicity of its ex.
tutor architecture, the admiring - eyes of
citizens and strangers. This building
primarily intended for the better accom
modation of a large library, which IS not
yet large enough 'no be the moat creditable
representation of the public regard for
the freest diffusion of popular knowledge
in these cities—will at the same time offer
as a public hall, by much the roostrnomy,
the, most *drolly arranged, best venti
lated rad lighted, with the amplest prat.
form or stage, and with the most secure
provisions for .the safety .of a large
audience . In any emergency, that
the people . of .Pittsburgh and
Allegheny have, yet knoirn. Indeed,
after a caleful inspection of the building I
in all ita pasts, we do not hesitate to pro
this Library Hill an assembly
roomwhich,in.allits features, is fully
up to every just -expectation of the pub
lic.. This Hall, with Its passage-ways,
and means of ingress and egress to the
outer air, satisfies fkilly all the conditions .
of modern taste, architectural . skill, and
the public safety. It is Intended to seat
more than' 1500 people, every one of
whom, while seated, ahall have full view
of the stage or platform, and of speak.
,musician, with an abundance
of fresh air, • brilliant . lights, and
a sense of absolute eacurity. The
main auditorium is surrounded on all
sides wittfivery possible convenience for
the comfort and health of any audience..
The coup d' oa, from any part .of the
house, when : occupied the, public, will
be one of striking and brilliant ooniplate.
'new. We are entitled to expect that the
'acoustics of the room will be satisfactory.
And, more than all, the le made
'so fussily . flre prior i - . With . such broad
passages,. staircsises,' - isnaliCas so many
of them and so judiciously arranged, that
the largest audiences need not be hurried
by any partible catastrophe,' but may; If
need be, be delivered to the enter pave.
meats In lees than half the time now re
quired from any other public WI in this
The management of the Libraty Assn:
dation honor themselves, the excellent
society over which they preside, thepub.
lie munificence which has entrusted 18'
them therdistersement of the large sums
involved in their present expenditure,
and they have honored Pitteburgh,-in the
really gust wore which draws tot ta corn;
pletion under their care. They'have but
nee other point to - care for, and here we
trust that their decision 'may be In keep
my with every , other feature of their
splendid structure. Let them take ears
to seat their, audlences' welL The' public
have a rig ht to 'ddmend 'good,
Fits, each Well. Wined, proln!id . from
the intrusion of. neighbors, and convent=
ently accessible 'hirm the' ' neighboring .
aisles. , ialery settee, Ca: a cramped
and; . ,straight:baelreA cha i r, with .. not.
More ' than half spade • enough for a
good many knees that are stiff In
the joints ; or for the exactions
of the modern femirilne costume, to say
nothing of the necessary intrusion of one's
neighbors passing to or ftrom other setts
on either side—thla sort of thing won't
do. It would be -a gnat pity to impair
the wetly and ample attractions of that
beautiful auditorium by two•penny no
tions of mistaken economy now, Weare
told that the_ comfortable grating of this
Hall, in secordince with Modern Ideas,
will cost' $15,000: If so even that sum
will be wisely.,epent. The ,management:
stud spare DO care Or expense needful to
Under their Bali; not Only' foe this year;
bettor at least a generation . to come, the
most comfortable and desirable place of
mitt&en teriainmetit ilt.Pitteburgti.
We have -also, the : ;deltaic of stating
that the new OPeittliotnie property', on
Fifth avenue; Is: to 'be radically ream.:
strutted; with ledge additions, during the
,year. The auditorium or the
present theatre is le be converted, Into
splendid concert-rotten, and a theatre, with
all the modem', Improvements, li to be
eredted in Itsturmediste rear, and extend.
in teek to; Diamond 'etreet;with 'its
main antra:ice:l4 aapitelons hall-way
frobt l. Fifdraveritie. - 'Bitch, we leant, are
the settled 'lntentions of the proprietor,
yrkd, twirls consummated; all the other
Prelitailniriei, Is DO* , engaged in tie ar•
range/tent of the building plans. :
We may coitkrniulaikatg-PIOF, there .
fore, upon the present certainty that, at a
;very early day, our wants In That &rec.
Lion are to- be met In . every reasonaid2
particular. . Library will, be ready
In May next. The libragy,jtielr
.be removed to its nteig ipuOreur in lees
than eight'_ weeks. The - Opera House
intprovementa are likely to be complete
I "deci'ng the year. We Commend. to,the
architect of the latter, the same sugges.
dons herein addreased to the management
or the Library Association.
/may be:needful that Georgia , should
flag new. Senators. This view obtains
iniku best informed enema Influential
.tmarters in that State, and isnot unlikely
. prerail with the Legislature. The
Macon Union holds that the preieut body
was never legally .argenlsed, prior to its
present, reconstruction, and that all of its'
acts 'wire therefore invalid. Says the
General Meade allowed the Legislators
to convene and scramble, pell mall into
an 'organisation on its awn 'book, under
'a fundamental law that' had not been
reached, and then the farce of allowing
'each House to purge itself of Ineligible
members under the New Conatltutteo,
'which Constitution could only, legally.
come Into. use after, all the require.
manta imposed by the reconstruction
laws had been complied with. • •
Here .was a very ImMirterk link left
out; AO amp from chaos to the legitimacy
'of a State without anybody knowing'
exactly how it Inki"dotte—a sort of. leap
In the dark: The Legislature Of Georgia,
under the reconstruction laws. never has
been legal: then It follows none Its
acts were legal; Senators and officers it
elected are eqslly illegal, and instead of
going bank Valhi) act of thin Illegal body
which expelled the colored members, tt
becomes iteceasary to go to the bottbm of
the difficulty and reorganise the Legisla,
biro. ' Thiele the view President Grant
takes of the • question, or be would not
have declared martial law In the State.
It la the only tenable position that can
A Efanrusonao letter to the Deaver
Radical says: •
The local interests of this section of
the State have suffered terribly . ' by. the
action of some of its ReDiNintallitiree.
The line of the Beaver and Erie , Canal
fornlibed more than one-half of the men
who have entered'on thework of de.
atroying oar PIM'. Lowry, the- cigar
osnst3lrator, has warned unasked, to
be the champion of the Canal Enlarge
ment project, and we fear has destroyed
its hopes by tbo blight of his unsought
friendship to it, and' hls unprovoked
treachery to his party.
Tau ;Watertown end Rome Railroad hi
New York recently kllledn passenger for
the diet time Inelghteen years.
• 'Mat Sand Bar Bustntaa.
Coire.poadeace of Pl:taboret Gs:ate.)
HARRISBURG, JIM 81, 1870
EDITORS GAZETTE--GESTLXIMN: In
reply to your inquiry as to- the name of
the person who dent me the bill declaring
a sand bar In the Ohio river an island,
allow me to state, the bill was prepared
by Mr. Shaffer. an attorney of your city,
and forwarded to me by Dr. W. J. Lang
felt. of - formerly :a resi
dent of Beaver county. ,_He is a :/emo.,
crat, but for cow years Ilia been a warm
persorislfriend, and_ is_ a gentleman of
of high standing as a physician and a
man. He told me the bill was an- right,
and Howard would favor It and that Gra
ham would not oppose it. . I took the bill
to Senator Howard and, asked him if it
was rieht.; replied that. Mx. Shaffer
had spoken to him about It and he thought
it was all tight.: not think to speak
to Senator Graluon, as I supposed every. ,
thing wu right as - represented. This Is
the whole affair so fugal am:conoerned,
I had no interest except- to oblige ia
friend who has Often obliged me, and if
called ripen I know he will state I wall
lO no way interested. The fact 'ls I
knew nothing about this so called
sand bar, and was astonished to see your
strietures in reference to my connectio n
therewith. I erred only in taking this
bill out of my district, and shall not make
the same mistake again. I hope,- gentle.
men, this will be satisfactory, and that
you - Will do me the justice ..to 'state my
error was naintentionaL
s, . J. 0. AIITAS.
EDITOIS GAZICTTE ;, Mr.. Buten has
Plat submitted the foregoing letter to me.
I have read it In regard to the Sand
Island td11; I havelo lay: lei, I never
readAe'bill; Id; I never ear it; except
ldr.'llutatei hand ; • 81, I never pram ,
teed to vote rorlt. tact I knowmotli,
to at &IL:shout It many way, except ilffa:
The day I left Pittaburgh for Harrisburg
Hr. Shaffer told me that Mr. Rutan would
offer a bill for a survey and appraisement
or an island In the Ohio river, in Allis.
gheny county, bear the Beaver line, that
belongedlo the State and said It was all
right. I understood MA Rhaffer'a object
In vesting to me was` to explain. why
/Ir. Ratan- would offer It, so that Mr.
Graham and rpyself would not consider
itdis tons In his' offering It I
do not know Dr. Langton; never saw
him to my Anowledge. And u to the
merits or demerits of the bill know abso.
lately nothing. Mr: Milan spoke to me
one day billte Senate 'about. offering It.
I said I bad ito objections, (I did notlook
at the bill) that /had been told it was
tight. I have since received letters from
respectable parties near the Sand Island,
Informant me of the 1 shall not
vote gar the bill. -There Is another Band:
Island bill hem,' not in the -Qhlo river..
Rich bills -Ore, frequently -- sent here to
Members.. ' Tau cannot .-preVent them
being rheas hut when the facts are
learned, as they. will bo when the bill Is
published, they will not be voted ,for.
No doubt Kr. Ratan has. been' imposed
upon. -. Respsottnlty you,
-Taos. HOWARD.' '
THAT efATRACT—C4Ip FROM
Egirgegta rile Marra : I think I
have greweasule to complain of the lib.
erty taken 17 one of Your employes in
'the riilVa - rialefillaind of the tiiiaarttaiiff:
terdery montleg. LNdpPoseQtwasentl.
tled to the privileges of a private citizen,
and was therefore no little surprised to
find my nameltxy6hr eiaper;thargingme
.with having written or dictated an. edito
rial in Meeday's Ca . nsmereidt, on the sub
ject of the Erie Canal enlargement, and
also with with being =caged corruptly in
Efforts to defraud the . Commonwealth.
Permit me to say, in the broadest and
'most unecjuivocal terms, that I neither
wrote or dictated a tine in last Mondap'si
Commercial. That I have not now, and
Bever had, one dollar?' interest •in the
present Erie Canal, orin Its proposed en
largement; and this charge has been
several times Intimated in your paper In
!regard to some or all of the committee
:of whiciri ant Secretary, permit me fur
: ther to add, that I do not believe that
.oeii. Morehead, who has been specially
named, or any other member of that cam
mittee Is interested to the extent Of a dol
lar, otherwise than as property holders In
this viciatty. - Nor do I believe that any
Member of that committee in any way in
terfered to the State Treasurer's election,
out a which these charges appear, In
some way, to have originated.
(Sri. the organization of the committee
appointed to further this canal enlarge
was. appointed Secretary end had
specially devolved upon me to watch all
movements in any way tending to em
barrass it. Messrs. Penniman and Eine,
whom I have always recognized astriettas
and gentlemen, bad declared !to me that
they were flan friends of. this enlarge
meat... Two or three ,articles that I rev
regarded as unfriendly bed appeared in
thatjounaal. Won calling I was referred
town employe little known to me. In
stead of being '"gushingly communics,
ere'. I said very Mee except In answer
to interrogstorieti. The great • body 'of
what be states in this inorning's paper is
either'tliefeoluageof his own imagination
or else.leszned from othm. 'None of ,it
was Intinded. Or - . the. Dulalc. The few
things I did say are incorporated in such
is manner as to make the ;whole tin-
I will now add that I have been fawn.
able to the enlargement - of this Erie Canal
for some years. AS I have done within
the last x Weeks has hymn' as Bscrelary
of a committee comimedof„Pittshurgh'e
best, men.. I have , lived het* thirty-three
years, and , expect to die here, end:decline
to handy, ; words with every :whipper
aciappenteet , datidleei pen. •
. :• , , , T.. J. BMUS.
February 1,1870. - -
Beaver Radical. says:—Tile Goe
ernort surl?Attorney. General' Brewster
have agreed- to take the-obligation of
Oakes Ames,Oliver Ames, Sidn ey Dillon,
and lir. - Barnaid, ti(( Rhode ifilkiid, , as
swedes for theywymenVotticeledtmemt
against' the' Credit Mobiller for tikes tins
thei Blatt. The counsel far the iserwite;
den hate taken an appear from' the det
elision of :11‘uphhi"County Cond tOthe
Supreme Court, and in order to do'ed. tF
is.neoessary that security, should be en.
tared for-the amount Hof the -judgment,in
the event of the Supreme Court of innin
the decision of the lower Court. Usually
such security is required to be enteredby
parties owningproperty in Pennsylvania,
bat in this instance this was walted;:as
the • parties obligating, . are
abymdantly able - to- meet the:lodgment,
In case of a decision adveree to. Mem.
They have also hypothecated $7/50,090 of
income bonds of the Pacific Railroad, as
edditlonal- security for-the payment of
the judgment, the bonds to be deposited
with some saving fond or bank in Phila
Sobbery,of 111stster Illinley'a House.
Tho.Poli MdU Giretts of tho lath soya
- Yesterday, at the Police Court liver
pool, two young men named Edward C.
Steele and Thome& Mortimer, were
brought ap - on anspicion of having been
concerned to the lute robbery at the Lon
don residence of Mr. Motley, the Amert.
can Minister, when . upwards of £2,000
worth of pla te and jewelry was carried
off. On Toesday the prisoners, who said
they were natives of London.. offered in
pledge, a 2tlr. Cohen, of Duke street
Liverpool, a statuette of Victory, which,
with its frame or stand, (from. will& other
figures, &c., bad been broken) is of mas.
sive silver, and of considerable value.
Suspecting, that tho men had not come
honestly by the article,. M. - Cohen called
in the police. •Prom inquiries they .teade
there hi reason m believe that the figure.,
&c., formed part of the robbery at Mr.
Motley's house. •The prisoners were re
fittcUitiatt Benooi. la Sew York City
Of the appropriations made in 1860 for
New York City-the following melba dig,
area showing the - total amount voted -to
each iech' _ _
Episcopal, $19,235,09; - .. Hebrew, 1614',
404;40;- Reformed Dutch, C burch,12,660,
86; Presbyterianil6B,B63,44; Baptist, V,-
700,34; Methodist EON:opal. $3,07 3 .63:
German Evangelical, $2,027.24;. Miscel
laneous, 044,085,12; Total, 0.28,742,47„
Tim lake' tunnel to - suing) , Clevelaid
.with pure water, which 'was commenced
last August, is being excavated at the rate
of seven feet's day, 'and will be finished
in two years. Thu./bore...abaft Is done,
and the crib at the outer endof the tunnel
will have a capacity. of sixty million gal'
iOll/1& day, which is twenty times: the
quantlty.nove consumedby.the city. Tim
length of tholunnel will beone and one.
BT J. T. TROWVIIIDOZ.
()Ter the tall the terre•bnyioee.
His shadow lengtliene along the lead.
♦ kisat star Ina giant band:
k the Dopler tree ebore the wring.
The katydid tepee to sing;
' The early delve are Ea
Into the stone. beep dery the mint:
The avraLloere skim the rice:•, brink,
And home to the woodland dy the crow,
When over the hill the ferm•bof seer,
Cheerily ealltng— '
bme: coy toots: a& I ee , t n• 1„
Farther, farther, over the Ohl,
r ea. bogie 1-eo• I ec,l,
Tote thlfyardtbe tamer - roes,
With grateful hurt at the close of day;
Harem and chile are bong arrel;
In the wagoh•ahed stand yoke and plow:
The Untie•a la the Mut, the hat le the =OW,
- Tbe welter dun are falling;
The friendly abut, Ms welcome bleat,
The pip come grout leg to hie feet,
The vrtilmayheir mite her ouster kerma, :
Into the yard the farmer R. ea,
na cattle eal—
"Coy. boast c 9 ,, boss! ea.! ea!! co'!"
Whlleitlll the cow-1137, otawq,•
Goes eeekteg those that have gene astral—
ton! eo , , Waal eo.! ep,l"
Now to bar task the atillunald Roe.. •
Theattle come crowding through the gate,
Lowing, wishing, little and great; •
About the treagh , by the Intun•Yera . Phteß
The grolleksome yearling, frisk and JUMP..
. While the pigment dews the twang;
The new mita bolter le fetch the • •
-Nut the old Dow waits tettihtran4oll eye;
And the white stream into the pall flows,
When to her task the inglonsid gets: '
'lieu bon! so, bout sal eel mot",
The cheerful laillonald take, her 6;0°4 . •
And alti and milks in the taillight coo 4
Saying, "So. both I so. bout .01 sot?.
To upper It lett the tamer fere.
The apples are pared, the net°. rood,
The deltas are told, then all to bed. '
Wnhoot, theentelist% osaarkae sea/
Wakes' shrill and Altotee all night Walt
• The heart' dews are (ailing.
'The bonsewlte , 6 hand bee turned the loch;
Drowsily hake the kitchen elect;
'The honeebold sinks to deep nepoieV
Hat 01111 to sleep she ihrai-tWy goes • '
•Te% bart co', bout ea , ' ecOf
ll.rd oft the milk - mil to ter -' -
Drams ID the p.d pith the !bathos mew.,
Mensating, "Co, beset rot' ,
—4(taltne 4tetn,tor for 1170,
VARICOSE OR MORNS VEINS.
Thousand. of person .u.f,r Tear In and year
out with a broach down foodition of the veto..
of the legs, Which to our , Deets ane easily re
tiered and frequently susceptible Of • cure, and
safer on, onlytoteausethey do hot thole when.
and to hrheis . to - appiffor Cutlet. Now, SO iive I
iltaioied4l leforinallon nets like this, rem.
tO ne'Whiniier dlitf on part of the newspaper
Preie,' an. 'elves as great Pleasure to be able
to reconimand W Inch th y. °p ; l67
WOOD lITRILLT, whites cut• number of apidl
inc., and hi, great elriP . In thronto !breast..
enables Mini.* afford the grcateat'aiioust of re •
lief that the velment stare of sentare can adore.
Beaton these varicose eondltlons to which we
have - referred abase, there are other sources of
Inconvehleaci and suireilng, such ass:willies.
tad Almon:tat VOlrths, Ildriati the Doctor, with
hie !5p0i1..., bruin to relieve.
Then irate the abdointital week-hems and
rtalleglitellenpaeullar to Anal.. to • seam Of
terrible endering and sashay; for Mom the
Doctor hot belts and ..Phortc..l.l.b era sa
tohttroetidu to insure attrastlearounlty Dote
they . do not promise a bertstoty
The Doelore exoetieree come a netted of
over thirty yearn. betides. •, natural aptness for
this depiutataut of his protessigu, , snakes Ws,
more than *Mustily skillful. regal lus that
ostalled upon fatore seneratloas by un-
'feet the.troper =ie.% los.ofreet the petsut
ITO., eaglet of Wolf ba.el sefer.lent emu. to
enlist - pot only tl. attent!on or Perm. atm
se!welr, bit also ttut of .It Intelligent thyekleas.
Dr.'Keyeei7i 00ee sad Medlolse Moro, /In
A BODY...MID MIND DISEASE. .
Sea L dleyetters.±LTlSe Stomach and the brats
era Aso InUmatelli &filed for the one to saner
without the other.ai 4/Let gisTielagh 104 dm -
Powlettee erste...m.ole. Doane. addae..toe.
that Irrlestteasief the Stomach is aimmt tamale.
biy emonapenled el. Irritation of the temper:
Tha laelgoratlea WWI Lnisahallisles oyerstlos
of Hostetter , . Bates* is mote rrowerfullY devel
oped In eases or Inelmetion. Tee Ant effect of
Mb agreeable o.'o Is comforting and erotism.
aging. A mad Mow pervades the system. the
Cluvelo eaemlnem In the region of Um talhaeb.
Is 1.180014. sad the nervous restless:sem wild
characterise: the Were. I. abated. TWA in.
privemetit Is not trim/lent. It Is not enecesdad
by theneva ofhbe old symptoms wilt super
aid ed tone. as always theease when named'.
este etlapluSte • 6.13 given for thi 001.1 D
doe. ease aetler. to 'Malt% • uennanent Moms
-400 Theean...lL leymormion But this Is not
all. •perumt end anti bllken orooenles of
the preparallinart acutely secondary In tm
portent. to Its tonic virtues. If there Ism over
flow Of tale, Sam tee,. Isna Owns breeze...M.lA
yr .yer Ilmita. end if Ole Misery ortso,lnert
and torpid Ills toned and regulated. The effect
upon the ditcher..., organs L. satetary. Sad iL
C.. eenatlpatless mtbartle action I ism
sufficient to mem. t a Cellred Mutt greaually
etre _without pile. - the S he w promote
healthy •vaperetion tram the mem. winch le
Yertleelerlr el•arehle at that Ile In. wbea and.
el. ape IL• of rilgoanple matt weather era apt 10
cheek lb. eaters' penplratlott and erode.. cos.
ite•tton of the der, courts and Colds. IL bed
mfifiaiird drifeet off thereofe trboatte vigor.
these.. yea. Weenahla Sestoreur. esere.
• . PirrStumm. Jai: 90.1870.
'NATIONAL DEFINING and
~STURI.CI CU —The annual meeting of
the Sinaloa etre or tha National me Ina ant
'MOM/ COatpanr. for Ile elettlon of nicer. to
SOT ?a tor the en uluttrtUastifo.etber bastoorsa,
U bald Oa Hallo! rA. Manche, Woe..
No. 00 Walls street, 'ate St. CLair, on MON
DAY. Y. bow 7 Lt. at 10 o•claak
syle.V . J. LICA OLu. Some lam
: - • • WLITOLIRSIMISIVI A AIL
• ' . ,/eettaty 1/110.. •
lAN ELECTION FOR 'DP
* .n n ei n irtruTiTitt fb e l t"T l l7: l 4 l :3 tho ""e li ti gii m" t "
Mir stly . .laiw. between the home '
• 41.1.toinurr Vo.ratT NALLILOAD CO** U
• Zlltabarrri, JAnusfy 919,1611 r.
'l 4lnriir IKEETING
IteericiAhntiei Xi. unit ortheliltoethold.
er• of thialleirtteir Company
.1111 4 - at %hie OrnCE 'or Ter, COY
PAiii llro. - $lO Pttd .met, Plttrbargh, on
W FWA Da I% X.Y.A.r7 sad. 1870, at. 11
40,4 IL:farther:moreOf elictlakalloh! , l
.1111411 k Ibr ttie ettenttig Tear, and fur the
ltineegtnQ let inch other Dulness se mad be
iretirftitto:oh:y II 44.4,11,17-P
IarILNAIP TOUT ; PITT iroviir.
• vto Co. OW PITTIBIIIIOII. YA.—rhe
Asamahonlis et ges atelabouuni assu
paarldg butbalel ettee Were on nib Meet. ea
~ TWAXlS2..WeSsresztetla'at f o•ofeei P. W... Ai
Vila Aber* WUS be au eleelluo tor atm*
SW .DIRSOTOILL • . • .
„ 0. =TO ► 4.11 P. Treasurer.
.Orrsom or 8171•Irai0e Lush= COXPUT, 1.
Conte-111MA and haltroad Bindle.. 1,
ti.WrEn MUSD OF: DISEf U.
TOWS of Ole Compeey bare th . der de.
alaeeel ., trodk the• melees of the Den Mei , e
snosths.:adlehleed of TWILV/11 Poll , 1111 T..
and !Ave also placed Vigil; per out. to the orient
of the ttentlnvot
' • ED W. 01111111 DOE, Presteeht.
T. A. WIIMIT. peirrotare.. • 1.121.17
CO- IiTNIiiSHIP NOTICE,
Ths • oadarslaned hive this day entered lain
parthorthip for the 'our; out of earning on th
Witotassio rota Stull
• NOTION TOY,.
FANCY GOODS .8 mincEss,
No. 148 Federal Street. Allegheny.
IfxsOir.a Monk. undo Ins Ono nano of •
O'LEARY & SINGLETON
7. A. OPLIAHT
Yuan. O , TICAJILT t 81N0LCTON.bswe
returned s ome
the E wit. where they parch/m.l
fur euh roue eft storn of NOTIOnn, T.,ye
and **NOY Oenurlshui fa rut of
Maslowebildr Is e e
rt=Wairo^.. . urea.' yid
lOC tale THiIIBO,LY. 0.. 1810,
when we t e tareeta to bays o 81. Mende and
4.lte realle generally to tali and elluntne ow.
01111 . O'LeASCif a siAnizrox.
3EI. 311 WC CO 'VAL T.:
„..,, GRAY .4:;LOGAN
Hue, resnored from ii.BIXTU 6THLCS. to
69 Fifth Ayenue,
Ufdll'lldreinosonts . 011 old Maid QV
OALTBRIIIIGH ' , PROPER/ 1 r
TOR VALT. , ‘Tirree Amu rid - from Ms
lith, sirtzteet front , co. Non - street lo UM
doloila tie nutrand.4l to ate Is tie nano artb•
Mt irtalrat9.l.4ll,4oloa Room!.
O. OIITHIMET some, • .
RO lOROI &Tens.
At 25 Cents,
4-4 TWILLED POPLINS,
A GREAT BARGAIN.
At 10 Cents,
Light and Dark Calicos.
At 12 1-2- Cents.
44 BLEACHED MUSLIN,
At $2 75,
LADIES' EMBOSSED FELT SKIM
Nos.lBo and 182 Federal Street,
PLAIN' BD STRIPED DELAINES,
Black and Colored Corded
Black and Colored '.llrags, Bilks.
.CASSIMERES AND . JEANS,
Wholesale and Retail,
4 ' AT ' •
N 06.180 and 182 Federal Street,
LOGIN, GREGG. It C 0.,.
62 Wood !Riot,
(roar doom &hoe.
40esintry Morebitsits are limited to
call one examine ear sleek when la
Asenta for Andersen it Weed.* /heel
and Northwestern horse Mom Nail
• hill stet* et Neelthilate. Sleek-
Slatnat sad. Carpenter's Tools. Ipso.
ere.. Wiles. Leather seitinit, Lace
teatime, he., always ea haul.
CHILDREN'S FINE FELT SKIRTS
LADIES' BFST • FELT SKIRTS
• Warraattd Pal Oct—worth 111.09.
Ladies , Braided Felt Skirts,
Didded Bargalla—wortit $1.50.
AT HALF PRICE.
LADIES• AND CHILDENNII
Superior Cashmere Stockings,
78 Ina 80 MarkrA Stmt.
Will OPei Dilly Is Week,
HORNE & COIL
la .orillor to
.itUl melon dock. bears
taking oar &alma! !wreaker, in coatiasa
to offer oar stook at •
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Many Goods Below Cost.
Woolen Goods, Hosiery,
Lace and Lose Artistes,
Gash and Bow Ribbons,
13stin and Bonnet ,
Gloat Loops and Ornaments,
Bon!overdo Skirts, Oa, &n.
AT RETAIL BARGAINS.
77 ts 19 Jl.iltlitET STREET.
Eddies': Gold Watches
Just studied at
waTeLaa a ntllAPaill%
, . 101/MTH ' AVICNIIZ.
W once PTIP B I,7yElt.
.warnms a azzarrawa.
ILl: ec t. LION,
st Weight" and austral,
1 Oae•-2.1., I TOSZTH /MOWN, Pliabermlb.
l i=ioEM AMPIINI&A...Derith Iltioloils
Lint. 9110. 5. YOWLS% .I).tio7i An*.
IMMURING DRY GOODS-I
Pillow Case DlNlBlins,
Shirting Muslitdt and
Plain Linen Shirt Fronts,
Embroidered Shirt Fronbk-
VERY LOW PRICES.
WILLIAM , SEMPLE'S,
NIA 180 mad ,182 Federal Street,
-' • At 81.50.
WARE . 111)NEt COIIB
At $1.75 a Dozen,
• As xX1".134. BARGAIN.
At 10 Cents,
WHITE LINEN TOWELS.
- At 96 Cents,
Wkulb LINEN' TOWELS,
A ORRAT ' BABGAI.N.
Nos. 180 and 182 Federal Street,
The most celebrated and
most delightful of all per
fumes, for use on the hand
kerchief, at the toilet, and
in the bath, for sale by all
Drnggists and Perfumers.
The SPRING SESSION. of Sze . motthe irlll
commeenne or, TUESDAY, February LS. Terms
The Institute oxen thorough Deletes for Bill
taus Or College, •t N0..1/(11 PENN STREET,
end • dnt.o:•ss Rome School for Yuen Ladles
la • eae•LL bull4.lne, No. 25 5
DEAD: HEAT , I READ
Bestoesd minute. 'without biesdhlie or
terrine tarsus.; Baotou sad Diseased Nails
jibe:towed Ina low minutes- All•operatioal par.
lonised without mirror bloodshed*. •
Pardiet comfort hisoisdtatalyi
No trolsorsrus meals:Misused!
No sore feet alter operatledi
Misread sod Stiff Joint. totaled rams.. Judi.
Yost-Bits sad ChilbLalas cared 10 a Co. days.
lislislhetloa ere. or gooney reloaded, (load
City Ramses. glees. • .
Igemelubtr the plseg. No.. 49 Styli Moot. .14
St. CM% go
PiG stair Ts.
Dr. D. ZDZSON. Pittsburgh. Ps.
lre!thants Fire hr. Co., %Imo,
MARKET FIRE INS. CO., N. Y
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co, Hartford,
EDWARD I. 1117141/Ell;Airant,'
Itemdiek to 106 Ifflllll7ll tortween
Wood and ifiddthlleld itzost. PlStaborelli .
FULTON & NUNN,
OAS AND STRAIN prrTraut,
Irtfib Avails,. Near Mei titres%
. . rrITGGIGGIAII. PA.
,d r lass : bans Boss, Gas !firms.. alas.
Lath A'nba and Wash Stand...hos Flpa and
litilso. Al. and Baez rumps, and BLOM CoeSs
alwaya an band.. Publ:o and Prlsata Glslldlnal
dual an with (Sas. Wales and trteisis Bastin
Ass •assins. Aabblud Drosassli attended to.
ALPERT at KOHLEII,
Warlibitnrces . and Dealers le noon. mama
AND tiAITS23. Na no Narked street. Mt.
eitsepost to (htsunitWo&:
td direct th e attentlda D en t
pobilir the - net that ens are now prepare
nowanfrotnre Boots gad Shoes for
troubled with Com,.Bunlons, or4huossee P =
sedes serso raper . , (sift of oin• Mr. AL
PERT, fbruserlrer Allealwar Mir :who will ter
pleased toere his old coatraners deals. We luny
gaepted Alpert , s mode' 01 mmtha
- wet, hp Which we can be safe to warraating Beet
and eemtortahle lleets
est fret. etre na • tidal be 1011•Inded.
Ammar a 10131.11. ••
1,111•1911 liaritet street fittehergla.l%
To ' , Eason ErAvvirolumbe
REST.—Wanesd, to rust. tor • Wei sr pus
with softness of boynic. • Luse
owe pima. awl minable (sr sessofastsnitteSZ
sleanown Implems aft sold *Mu Itgb Closabli w rY:
and Asir to or ormossied wpb'ftinsiry.
St Loots or rinseurSh Dreterftili or
men point am win drawl riser or raltroadoossi.
•• • • .
Pomona Pavlof such property fOr rant or raie
will Monte address,. wile partkularo, (Mop
=Mal of Poor room, moonap of powu, roatomd
sALyarAt t ic tu
HlTiOil bean 'matted e►eana'DU MTV&
IllartCPOS far Anrehany Ceenty, nature is
hereby given that van tte neet6.l , 7 arm eha
Ilachanlcal Pestle' Iternlnery can be prarided.
I erlll be Sarni at the 0141011 OP WIZ F 4
TIONAL POONDRY AND PIPS WORMS
Tweaty-thlnt street, near Peal. Mama&
IL IL 1111111111.
au sad Gail ItstuUm4.*3r
RWINT & MUTT;
IJ ascurr. itrius. AND
h. 6t Sandusky AL Mem, A.
416,MILlioonsag 00 0004 Ml.rfil
JOHN 'I GRAV
How ! . 'slut Hips Patisterp
c;its.rlv.it. Amu, GixAsza.Mig.
aro. 4 llntu street, • •
/02 . 121 (Late Iliad .treet.) Ptltstauithces.
STOVES AND TINWARE,
lizancB4 cvAi. sorms. mut IRON!, ie.
P. C. 8137/1 , 14
j.tai , 146 Groat Asset.
RAU wusca, y►rr &
' wuolanuat DrAissas l
ittagli and Annan Dry 11044
"tra 8 1 .."!mn, a gAnmte,, -
flll CLOTHING. '
axe, PANTS, OVIBALLIS, Can. /R.
1. a H. PHILLIPS,
AO N sad MI amok stria.
7 PER MT. INTEREST
121 GOLD, L. ' 7 l
P•nblio.liay wi.Aova6Da la Nor'/ark sad
Loudon, tree et (ioTeriznieni Tai.
Convertible Sinking Fnnd Bonds
EBl TZD BL T HE.,
RURLINOTON, - CEDAR---RAP
lipeaota Railroad Comppay,,
Yleldlian about 10 per cent• currency; prthilval
mug gents to rasp, bayntote L gal& general b r
the rallroed. bmuchea, depot grounds; rolling
stoak eealpment end franchise OfAse ocaspeny.
These bonds are only issued aeon each sec
tion of the bind to test as thsi anise. In completed
and la successful operation. Two and a•aalt
millions of dollars Imre Mtn expeaded on this
mad. letglety-thies wales sea neafly comptetid
and sostipped, and te Mmarlameastniegs,
and the rarest:oer of the line turapidiT prop .
sing in construction.
;This Lo r an hes been [elected by cosy got aftme
thorough ind urefel laresitgattoe, onseqaent
ly we have .no hesitation In recomateentlog It to.
our Wends a perfeetly.safe, profitable and
teeartt►. Oar opinion is fully eohlrm•
ed hY the folleiring stroag letter from the expe:
rtenrod'asol eminently szroessfal nun.es of she
• ' • rifierDini • ellielCaL
Items, BENEY CLEWS,• 00, - ,21e. ,
Wall .Lust.-Gentleman: lit sealer 14 ril•
quest Of the • Tat ult. for Magian al bathe
unhdltloaeudierultureaa of the Busitegton, Cedar
Sapid* and Illhatioaa Bellboy, the eberaottr of
the country through ehlth It puke,. and 'the .
hrobanle eueeese of the enterprlae. v e liquid
nate that Defer& wean lee the tiuet lamed,
epee ea by the lir t. Mort/age Bondi of this.
0 0 ...1but1, we hod folly satisfied ourselreaertliu
praatteablLUy of the enterpitae.
Theo:road • start. at otke of the recUtionlialnir
dice. 00 the KOral'in Affealsalpoll l l . Yer.aad ,
inns to a eorthwesterly dl .:ellen - Up the great .
rich Cedar 'Valli:7Y eduileillni prinetneut
slotnle albs the Ilse with alSilldareht rall4neadi:
low to 011100 operation, nearly all of erlan't.
mut to. mum or pus, tributary Ve Ulm!!
This enterprise 'ls destined to become, In son
editors with . olbsin now lw °vacation for bathe
constructed, one of the greet trails. lines from
LA* !Superior r:a Bt. Paul Cedar •Itaptde, and
Burlington toe:. Loots and to theirs:A, Over the
To'cdo. roosts and Warsaw, UM the rennsflea
niaßallioads, which we represent: • '
Bat nada from this. the populous coseszon or
Use country along the line of Ibis road, Its put.
productiveness and urral:ll. give =MO.% gnu .
army of •.goad local buslaosa..l.l., for a.'
road: is the bat retina for moron. -
• good Indas• of the RrigPeritY end wealth of
the warts through which thls road passt• may.
loe found In the het that the Company repnrts
over a altlma and ntierterteniia iabacrited
sad cipeaded bI Indlvidaals realdlat WOng the
line In pushing an arta haudrad and slaty mli es
the-work. and it Is also a stronrProof of the
/oral popularity .d aseasallyfor.the read. .
J. EDUAtt, TROMPIIOI4
r 7rd.`Aficll,l'3l'."!. ' a t 1 'lOOO.
Pres% Toledo,Peerls• Warsaw iteesa „
• As an eeldenee a she resource. and Immense•
Who of the motion or the coast!" through
which this 'road tubs; we pt.tent the fbnowins ,
°Metal btateraest of the Enrolee ,A4ir,tcultural
Prw4bele ...lON from th'e Stetter pwibY
different Istlrovis thereto., dosing the fair MI-.
law Atult 30th, 111119,)ust issued • by the Sec.n
nuseter or horses • ASA
limber of estVe.:.-- 110.981
Lard arid pork, lbs
Other grains. lb.
Ofber grater, bushels.
Other scricantaral yralucts, 1b... 111.1108,10!
Flour sad other agacult.nlPrc..
.Ailaukprodacts .not %Atte:wise
The ereoadhig oGlehif Vetere 'IS
almost exoto sleety of the et lymeitte: Etetwird:
and does not Inetradei the aun Le nt 'or,proldritie
skipped Etastward.: tioni'Dutrungeof Iffelreaors
all eh Would swell Oa totals ntatetialty. If the
eldlneetata Westward b'y the rinse:teat waists=
they would well trentenseli the surprising ex
hibit of rumbas products!. . . '
THIS ROAD ALSO Mika THROUGH THE.
RICH AND GROWING STATE OP MINNE.
ROTA- . Referees. to the mutt cf P . .- Vatted,
States will allow that THIS ROAD PASSES
THROUGH TBZ MOST ENTERPRISING AND
GROWING TJETION OT • TIM WERT' AND
PORMH ONE OT THE GREAT TRUNICLINES
IN DIRECT COMMUNICATION NEW
TORE. CHICAGO arid 'ST. LOUIS, biter s 'ttt
the tatter thy, 00 settee hearer from Itortbeln
lowa arid all nor tlont of the Slate of Minnesota,'
than coy other reed tow lola 't r 'itrotteted, and
Woo tte nearest TOMAS front gentral aad South
This load le required be the moats of that tea
Ohm where &large and Increasing ULNA is watt
le/ rot it eael heeds railroad oeunattaieraion;
THE BoYEII.OIr TIME BONDS IS. THESE
PORE, GUAIIANTEED BY A GREAT. BUJ,
NEM ALREADY IN EXDITILIICE.,AND NAB
NOT TO RUN ANY UT THE CONTINGENCIES
WHICH ALWAYS ATTEND UPON THE
OTZNINO lir THE EUADS /NW NEW AAP
UNEETTLED 00IISTNIF: - ;0L., :
We offor4lstr. bandz for tit•Hrow LIGG
who'd laturaG. WE RECILIMIING.TREM
TO lIITISTERE AND OYSICERIS VT MAHAN.
VIAL INST,TGTIOTH WHO. DESIRE TO
CHANGE THEIR HIGH - PRICED I,..VEST.
mat b',E A •issctrarn WHICH 'PEE
ELEIUNF °Foxe/mt. AND
AT THE SAME . TIME 'YIELDS .4- RUCH
WORSE HATE OP INTEREST.
PuoThlat■ and fall pasHeislafs airnllsl4
HENRY... , CLEWS.
No t az vraulitreet,
PLINLICIAL AGENTS Or. :111Z Cpple.A.2lllr
S. McCTEAN of CO.,
B..k 79I:YRTH 17
Batiken andDealerila eald. /fa,
.aak all tlaiaes ' oY sidurttles
aikan'la iaSaattitprtht &bora italvelasi knit*
c- , 041
d , us , 04
43 fri - - -
z 1 id ~,'
t _ia , 4 1 ,
a A) °. PI ga' gi', ai
-ed IQ al' tb xi- E 4
-l cg i iis, 41
4 , t i -e
Cil.) cm k =
.4: 1 4. 2 gn 1
" a 4 'li :r 4 g
g 4sel 1 ii 5
0 1 ,4 Z
eso I~IA Rte.
jegerithliate Asa bieriretioace
:r. T•rl •
80 days. Hai* saxiwt oaiyfOr 0
ETES, OIL ,OLOTHS, &O.
EDUCTION IN. '
1 r Ir -a Short Tinto to Prepare for ,
,' ' :4: MIMI= a CO,
v. mi tiElkatf gikii.dornbaleslast as
?LD.ni:u. lull Una or
* 1 ""S•
nr.; tt rir :inn . rL be waren by th e. gaud.
, unr r :sat t rq• takteirsarlmtw of th•
dacescomu off rr ij wit ^ i .„. c . kl
I Walt XeCLINTOCK it CO.,
el 2,11 Anil 'Avenue,
;ARP E T S.
NEW FALL EfFOOL
I !- .
1g1044 1 / 4 Window, Shades .
it gw, .Lowest Prices Ryer Offered.
:.o.y*, - *o* . 4 - 00 ;
Positive iiedne,tion in Prices
Fri st ' sz i er t-On Russ,
. • 'crumb cioshs,
1 FIFTH rzsrus;
de t, A4OVF, WOOD =ma
11', 21, 3,
Suitable -tor- Parlors.
DINA% 6001 NUMB CM,'
Arnolen, lnen and Cotton,
LO lif ~er ^ i
/101.3 TEO LIST HBO
Notwillutzadisix tDe nontainisbed WU, .„,
,tjitAtifir:r .L COLLlA .:
71M4 73 Fifth Arenne.
BUSINESS CH -
,rIIHE FIRM OF , OHL I .-.4 ',': ..'' '. 1
. .I.• , BRCWir a CARSON was tall C) '.. , -O. I
'by. mutual consent, JA.K.ra Y. CA eOrt .1... ' t -.: '.,
St VI s o f ETC . w i llt t. :g to "'VI c;.- 0 „ fall: . L
I ave. Oldebterf to flerwlllVesselsarlAnd . f
mate tunneftlata payment., ad ail tenons bare '
',lag claims will tutesent the tartlet.) iota &Maas ' i
roe, at nor otace, nrl ?federal street, ha Warr- .
.antlsorlaad to &ante an seconnts. •
. .1001LPH O. SAILITS, '
•.:, -. . . ' T A H I O LI M SN. / ° O A WN n .
ALLT.Grrawr C'. Ja` nary 15t.,31170. ' t. t ''.
Yu retlrlonlYom of %LW, Brown*
Curzon' scald take n eo n
pporuy, or 1M prs.
ylon my thanks to my Moods for trim,' oust
(Lyon, sae scold respectfully tacit omtiou
solos, 00 tittle: &Toni .for , Ws- Arm of BalAr
BAILIFF a Brows', ,riambera Bee_,,utit
Bum PIN Fltterr,lss Peaertil stunt. AllfguerlY
Muteste...lrot rim% .their ththke C h et
had the public gtherally fur their ea" )
I' II itgril. IMO "MUM respectfully thllelt • COll,
Benetton °YAW. esteemed Imre An.
a. 12 the eta ,
IAUSOLVTION , r
.a f f . Rser Pony 11:3741 . . r.
„The Dros cr extra a WAYWIOY Wi thtr
been dlioolred„try t coneent, W l ll-
" ' ' WM. WALEWPII.
The trusintil:or tati.latif Ina In I be sank.-
End &bib:teed tfy , tla tuidexilined under tht dreg
SZLIITEE. .& , CO.
• • -JanTriti
eciattiffluEs. TO, TREAT: AEI
a latra dbottommv e g al U. torso
Comoptetalre=atodr OPOllaaSolt ' holto
tot Weakaaas fa* .lamotootik=oal.
:3=4ao bl 5.1.1 1 / 1
trodbcostlmotzrasanillw . ottiolios
noodTr n 's: ' arr ' una v" =Toulow-aaTtoorli a o o
gdia r d rAT la =1 kroVelr .
or mustillagotoutt.otlootaloo r coot OWL!
Rive Lao Doctor =al& Oa moor •
. t. pot i -I , W; =WA% Lt , Aar it
anotoo •on Olooratlon =nib. &runny.
e, ara Dy=
onlol greataaildocooo. • ,
to=xtroly___Vet" the NV: =Wm:d=
or diseases 'um orr
mt . MA_ poplin orrestar alb that "." apolraltt:
thatboaautganacalynottoo: , -
Tba IN:latoc pothliobeaa Medina Dna i tt n an 'On
p=ll t h rll=Kto t a = m TAIT& atottea
or by man Ibr ntonipn. In scalca conolopoo.
=Wu co b alt tgr/Ite 4 = t3 tb . a
olgloax.ro ot theft tom * Dloblia.
Is Mal, Wil °4 ea Criumvonlant i t
=ln City. Docooroa , oy?aloa eon be ob.
'A:V i agr a ir "' goIV;UPI oral.
•is wan tastanoos. Inroravar, a torooost
Io elmalataly neeniary, • whnn
'a en daniparsonal Wootton It osoulrod, la 4
tor tin aeonsamodatlos r fleet oratlonto thee
coonootad owtob the aline than aro pro.
eiM n rrrit r e ef :Mt that Is calocaltad to
o andleated rs
W * All pcnritotlos. aro prepared, lo tha
ennolstorntory. soder ids persoual
o=dl. yam:Mats at tolbto or
ttlr two atazoto l No tostu r wbo rrS tao:l
Abed. res 4 what he mi. anre 9 am. tatty, to.
PM!? z. r%1 " :1 m e Ni t tt ol="_!1
XOW4CLAND FOR SALE.-300
Lem °rebuke Lind in one °ride ben wen
•in lows. near the line or- the Clime is
Nonni/Mere gel:road, lied le nee
of the rot
toodsctl per il ous et.the BUN.. Will be sold
OR'S ORBIT FINAL
Is Now' in
d and must be sold in