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WEDAIIUMAY, ■ASCU 10. lino
BONDS i Frankfort, 951
Parsourit at Astrarp, 67it.
Gossi amnia In New York yesterday
sit 1110111 i.
Wz reprint, from the Philedelptda
V Igia, an article on the appropriation bill,
sow pending at Harrisburg, which should
add* lnielf to the reader's thoughtful
ad. city contemporaries yester
day bulletined the news of the explosion
of the tow-boat "Eagle," In the river,
1, sixteen miles below the Idly. At the same
1 timeithe itEsgle" was quietly moored
id our lone, Ind the nly explosion heard
I of was the mirth of the river-men over
this reliable , mite/prise of our neighbor.
Yon the shocking brutality with which
Captain Eyre deserted the crushed Onto*
sad left ono hundred and dfteen Anted.
esni to perish, whom he might Imre
n • BOA Court- of Inquiry, at
Hong Song, *hes "suspeadwi Ids certia.
Cate for six montliki t. It tequila another
form of mapendoa which he hu merited,
i64.jOdiCOOtIV Of In Ciaistendoin,
except his cormrrymen.
Cosmsoncuy holds her State electlois
on the'llrst Monday In ApriL Her votary
musthe registared twenty.days previous
ly, Wei the right to vote accrues sub
eszpreftly, when the citizen may be
regialeru' . l_ to within a week from the
elecdon day. The 2,000 colored voters
of Me Vote will therefore be enfranchised
by thd President's proclamation, if leaned
befotietha 25th hat. That depends upon
the idmissiOn, seasonably, of Texas and
Tan.mllitis, of Tennessee were dis
banded by the last Legislature, and no
othec mesa' were provided, to enableihe
Governor to enforce the laws among the
turbulent population. That anew bas
IPPelilld, therefore, to the President for
military aid, which, as the Fede ral Luis
are now said to stand, can only e
dered by calling the militia of the gjoin
leg States into service. We doubt this
last statement. The - Government has
- glvea : military aid, 'with the regular
troops; to State authorities in several lu
ster**, and notably in the mat
ter of ,tbe Dorr insurrection In
Rhode Island. The President • will
therefire be • able to comply with the
demaild• made by Got. Berman. Beyond
that, there would be no difficulty in the
preadmi if the Governor were worth his
salt. But,,ualortunately, hi is very much
under Improper Influenwis, and no roll-
Lace eta be placid upon his energy or
ofildiarlntegrity. Tetnessee is reaping
herself all the just fruits of her own polit
teal- mistakes, - and it Is questionable
whether any intervention•by Congress is
Tan. Lath new. near Madrid, between
two • aspirants to the Spanish throne—
Prince Henri of Bourbon and the Duke
of Hontpensfer, a eon - of the late Louis .
Phillips, Fling of the Preach—is one of
Yier-allskra "2110 . 4 Cite the recent tour
der committed by Prince Bonaparte, is
fast bringing royalty into contempt among
sensible people. - After considerable fir
ontoth sides, the Prince wan shot
through the brain, and of course fell
dead. "My God I (exclaimed the other
party) what have I done I" Mad be
asked himself the question while going
to the Held, or while firing his first shots,
"What am I doing ?" it would have been
a little more sensible. Pride, pusion
and rMual cowardice goaded him on till
- the fatal point was passed, and then re
sirse and honor suoceeded, as deep dark.
ness succeeds the lightning dash. Per
haaNbdwerir, ft was better that . one of
that fools should be entombed, and the
other go' forth a wretched and self con
deinned homicide, than that either should
haie monsfed the throne of that miser
able nation, which, for more than a year
puVbas been feebly trying to rise Into
light and liberty. -
art" PEQOI3I2III, in Wyoming Terri
tory,' s 1 treitight woman face hi face
with one of the m ost trying responsibill
ties incident to e fullest political rights
of citimmship. is all very fine to talk
about the right of suffrage, and no doubt
it would practically be very pleasant for
her to exercise that right. But the ptivi
leges of the Toter are accompanied with
other duties, imperative and far less an
*Wile: •If her :physical ' conetitutine
disqualifies her for military service, Mat
plea should not &Tall to release her from
duly e & juror. Accordingly the panel
in:a capital case just tried at Lam
Inies.ineluded three or four women.
who were duly sworn, took their
seats in the box, heard the testimony, the
sirramesnOt of counsel, and the charge
Ira* fit - Court. end retired. with their.
male associates, to deliberate upon the
verdict. For four days this epicene jury
hung in debate upon its finding, until at
last all wen of one ailed to convict far
wrikts. We' shall conclude that the
female jurors were of that opinion when
they first left the court-room, or that the
merits of the case must have been very
s trong to have changed their minds. We
have no other comment to make, except
to cheerye that to very many women the
bart ingestion of an exposure to a duty
so painful as that of a capital conviction
would itself be \ quite enough to impel
their desertion from the cause of an sm
eared rang e.
Tat London Times, in a recent article
on the decision of the Supreme Court of
the United States, declaring the legal ten.
der law of 1868 unconstitutional so far as
it related to debts contracted prior to its
Passage; suggests 'to the foreign holders
of tiondsof our States who received their
interest in currency or its equivalent
In value under Trrotest, that now, they
can, by legal process, recover the amount
of the difference In the two currencies.
The Thies in ! this to mistaken. In the
case of the State securities there are _ IWO
bus to ituCtv,* process of recovery. The
noticing Coestitetion expraudy proiidee
rhigrnor Stele shall be llble to 'suite Ia
the warts of the United States on
the part of dams of other Stater,
or of chinas of any foreign
.. „B , lore k ,
Bat were that ',Dot esti the law of
both England sidlhe rotted Btitairie:
elaryitiutt It creditor accepts mutant
olt&lloehethelL : lie proteste oi not, wales,
Ids — right to my legal reFedles In the
panntses. We know - that a dfiliremtlii:
MR* prevalls, and Unit In nips Weil
ipioteiiideil bien entered; :but
this being the law, there - will be no raking
up of old scores on• ith*9rukt 4ti data,
whether. prlncdpal of Interest, which hate
been gold la ettnency, and that paymeat
• 110copted. Tlga Is wells, and it Is well that
everybody should know It It was law
ful to pay debts In that way before the late
derision, although contracted before the
passage of the legal tender act. It Is not
Purity Samarium 'enjoyed w brilliant
fame for hli gallant achievements in the
galley of the Shenandoah, and few names
made great by the war of the rebellion
called forth more spontaneous and hearty
acclamations from his countrymen than
It Is sad to think tint a man may have
spirit, cottregeAnd dash, and skill to
renderthem Available,- end yet be desti
tute of the higher ud nobler qualities of
manhood. That side of which we read
and sing was - glorious, far it changed
rent and disaster Into yictbry; but that
order to Cal. Baker to ride over the
i n. and
northern plains t surprise
butchera camp of Welt In d~w, made up
of both sexes and all ages, . as the got of
a barbarian rather than it hare. The
order itself was atrocious, the manner in
which It was carried out wait equally so.
To attempt to apologize for either would
only make the matter worse. But, worst
of ill As the labs order from General
Sheridan, congratulating Col. Baker and
his party upon their murderous achieve.
By this act General Sheridan has in.
Meted a sorer Wound' upon his country
than traitor or rebel ever did.- It is one
of.those damned spots," as ShAspeare
expresses it, Out will not out. It Is one
or those Mile dark sad shameful episodes
which tarnish the fair lame of men and
nations, and which history neither ignores
nor .washeak OM. HOW ROW can good
men, spliointial by government to gather
thine miserable outcasts al humanity,
those Limed' of our border, upon reser
rations, and labor to lead them to a better,
safer sod happier PCs, look the survivors
In the face, and ask them to put their
faith in the words of white men ? HolP
now shall they tell thom of Bre
hose mission it was, not to destroy
men's lives, but to save them t That
order, witk its execation,_ was an im
measurable calamity, ap ever-during
statue. . • - '
Senator Sumneris apparently not con•
tent with The slow bet steady movement
In our finances toward a geseral resump.
lima cub payments. - Ho would hasten
its progress by express enactments, talc
log the responsibility of thing an arbi-
trary date only nine months hence,
from and after which the Government
shall resume payment in specie upon all
itabilltleo. The Ilrat effect of the in
trodaction of his bill, a synopsis of which
appeared in yesterday's Gezerre, was to
advance the gold 'premium. How the
passage of his bill filially would re-'
act the other way, it passes the pub
lic comprehension to imagine. Since
he proposes to lock up gold in I
monthly - instalments, in the bank
malts, until one hundred and fifty mil
, liens ehall be withdrawn from the market,
one must conclude that either that policy
whuld be a mistake,,or that the ?Secretary
his made it palpable blunder in reducing
', his own reserves by„monthly Bales upon
Rthis New York rachangn Yet the
Treasury Wier, lisdisitted to have tier
ilend a potent Inituence; not only Idcrash.
jai speculaticin; but in: convincing , the
Ipswich] world of the actual abundance
of the supply of the metal for all the de
mandsof the market. Ha bas made gold
.se active commodity in the exchange of
solid vetoes, Instead of withdrawing it
from use, and boardieg It up on the prin
ciples of the Sumner bill. If the Secre
tary be right, in holding that we have
gold enough in thb. country, pine a re
stored patine confidence, to warrant us
in expectiog • reasonably earn) restora
tion of specie payments—and his opinion
is sustalneitty the settled and resistless'
movement of the market Itself—is not his
pelisy bearing its fruit before our eyes,
in such a solid appreciation of the paper
resources both of the Treasury and of the
banks, as shall, at not a very distant day,
maks these resources convertible at plea.
sure, dollar 'for dollar, into their coin
equivalent? When all these assets shall
have recovered, ander that policy, their
fice value in coin, not only without lock
lig ono - dollar up - , but in fact with the re*
lease of the bullion se fast as it accumu
lates from other causes, is not a policy
which accomplishes that' - potential result
doing more to forward resumption, by
rendering everybody able to resume, than
war have any reason to, expect from a
Mauna of so opposite a character as this
which-Is oraml to us by the Senator
from Haseachussets ?
Mr. Sumner has evidently adopted the
Idea which is mi . satisfactorily urged by
a New York journal. "The only way
to resume is to resume," and so he brings
Ina bill which in effect would run down
and crash the struggling marktt, and
lend the debtor class to the bottom, with
as little care for the oonsequeucez as Cap
tain Eyre exhibited In the we of the
' —Esitomptkin"will come to stay when
'it comes of itself, and the country will
have cause to delineate any legislation in
the premises which shall go one inch be.
fond recognizing the situation as It shall
be arranged by the-course of events.
Such bills as this of Mr. Sumner's can
only do mischief by obstructing the way;
It would certainly do as, little good as a
papal bull against the voted.
Omintse Bzmi, writing to the London
Aidingawn, gives one more "wrinkle" of
an intending sort. 011 that rather indis
crest subject of th Nile origin. Refer
ring to the 'accoant of Linage' Magyar,
a Runprian traveler, who wrote mlB5B,
he concludes that the Kalmar!, a great
river, rising in the mat forest Oberbuid
of 010 Minds, near the west coast of
Africa, is really the origin looked for.
Livingstone, in 1854, low this river, and
thought it ran westward, but Beke says
it trends to the north aside runs through
the great Nyanza lakes, taking the name
or "Nlie_," on its way to the Mediterra
nean. One thing la Mum' of this conclu
sion is that the source of the 'assert is
the very forged any one Can look to,
since it Is in the last mountain ridge of
Africa on that western side; between
eleven and twelve degrees, south latitude.
The guess tarries a show of probability
with It; and if it is a Imo one, that re
nowned old Nile willbe found by far the
longest river on the globe.
A liiitAzi.z antkority gives the follow
ing decline 1* retell prices In New York
during Um week, as the result of the cot
ton in gold, • from .115: Staple dress
goods, from 10 to 13 per cent; carpels of
domestic msnufactiire, II per cent; for.
alga lints, .5 per. cent; American silks
and ltillsll4otbs, froM.ls to 20'per cent;
shawl', from 10 to 12g per cent. Java
agree tas Wien from 45 to 33c per pound.
Best white anger s which sold a month
ageBID4 Is xcter held at 1210 1)y the
P•Jrpui Ira from 10 to 15c per
k i firie. I. Good' brands of flOur are
offered at $7. Boots and shoes are not
elected, as labor 4 high. mid the price. of
Wittier 11 'abaft:lllg. "
AU *ie this 4tailikal7 Commit.
granting to' all'wtportZons mated
bythe States the sights and inununities
of atoms in all the States, will probably.
not be reported to the House until the
Warn of Mr, IThsgiume, the ;OW:man of
the Committee, who is now ill at his
pomp Ind io The bill is spoken of fa
41,0robly men of ifl *ties; 11111C8 the
digptlolll of several of the Stain to dis
criminate against non•resident corpora
, Voss hi feltio be &growing evil. It will,
if adopted," interfere with some of the
railway legislation of Pazuuylvaala, as
well as the llfs lastirsautlaws of several
southrt and western Mates.
Infallibility in the Connell
The Roman correspondent of the Augs
burg Altvmeins Zfitung writes: "The 1 ,
members of the Council are divided by a
Tait chum into two Instals camps The ,
question of infallibility, though the most I
important is net the only one which sepa• '
rates the bishops. Both parties have en
tirely different and indeed conflicting
programmes. The majority, with its 800
Papal pensioners, speaks and acts on the
principle:—.We are here to accept all our '
master, the Pope, submits to us without
objection, and without any substantial
change. What the Jesuits are as priests
we are as bishops, the heralds of the Pa
pal power and infallibility, and the obedi
ent executors of its commands. We shall
therefore vote against every, proposal
which does net probeed from the Pope
Asa has not been sanctioned by him, and
oppose everything that can displease him ,
or tend to lessen the revenues of the Cu
ria both' in the Council and elsewhere.'
Hence the 180 or 140 Lishoin who desire
ecclesiastical reforms axe met and hinder
ed at every tura by the opposition of a
well led and disciplined majority of 400
prelates. In this respect, Cardinal Har
nabe, the prefec of the . Propaganda, has
rendered most eminent services to Ike On.
ria. He keeps the missionary bishops in
good order, and does not hesitate to spend
a whole evening in laying sego to one of
them who is supported or assisted by the
Propaganda, until, by threatening his
with the withdrawal of the subsidies his
diocese enjoys, he induces him to vote
exactly u the Pope may desire.
"Iletween these two hostile :camps
stands a party of BONA 150 prelates be.
loaging to TIIIi01:11 nations, who are
averse to the manufacture of dogmas to
which the - Jesuits are driving the Pepe, •
in general, dad t 1 the law dogma of in-
Llllbllittyv particular who abler ac
knowledge that many reforms are secs.•
wary and desirable, and yet, for various
reasons, do not wish openly to support
their opinions withtheir names and Mllii ,
"As far as I can Judge from frequent
personal intercourse with many bishops
who favor the propcieed dogma of Infalli
bility, the following train of thought is
the secret source of their zest. They feel
more sr less distinctly that the old dogmata
are not sufficient for the wants of enr
age, but new articles are required. A I
single infallible ecclesiastical dictator
would be more likely, as they think, to
sanction suck an addition to the creed of
the Church than an episcopal assembly,
for, even supposing each new dogma
should not be opposed, as it Is almost
certain to be, at any rata by a minority
to a Council, the bishops can still only be
regarded as wanes:we to the tradition of
their Churches,' whereas an infallible
pope, standing under the direct Inspiration
of the Holy Ghost, might at once pro.
claim a new dogma, as for example the
corporal assumption of the Virgin Mary,
without heeding the history of the put,
or the tradition of any single Church,
even that of Romp.
"'Again, and this Is the principal thing
to beremembered, the differenoe between
ignorant bishops and those of great theo-
logical leaguing would in future lose its
signifleuice. As the prelates would only
have to announce and execute the Papal
Edicts, they could not Justly be blamed
for being unversed in divinity. Those
who can never be required to pronoun 4
a judgment need not be ashamed of SAM S'
Incapacity for doing so. They are
merely the spesking.trnmpet of a higher
"Thirdly, theology Stuff would be
simplified; it would become an easier. and
shorter study. The long and careful in.
quiry into the history of a dogma, and
toe painful investigation of its scope and
consequences would be superseded by
the authoritative dicta of the Pope.
Such rescripta might be collected and
published ander the title of 'the Art of
Theology learnt In eight days.' A copy
of this work might then be presented to
every candidate for Holy Orders, and It
Would supply the place of a whole.
EinigianU and the South.
The Commissioners of Emigration, in
their report which is now in press; speak
as follows of the disposition of ensign:nit
to settle in certain sections of the country:
"The South still strives to find the
means of attracting emigrant labor, but
it loses sight of one important fact,
namely, that most of the immigrants look
out for the pram where they are sure of
employment It is In rata to tell them
that many tracts of land are to be had
cheap, or even for nothing. Work Is
more attractive for them than land, at
least at Ara. For this reason, =din con
sequence of the large Xuropean settle
ments existing there, the Immigrant is at
tracted to the West, and especially the
Northwest, where the fertile soil enables
lumen to give ready employment to all
the laborere that may present themselves.
It Is only at present the West and North
west which offer them a secure support;
and, once employed, they easily arrive at
independence. By economizing their
monthly wages, they secure the means of
attaining it; and, when the proper ma
sent comas, they have learned by experi
ence where to settle, and what they must
do to succeed. The matter is simple, and
requires on the part of the Western Maths
no exertion, of thought or money. On
examining the conditions offered by the
Borah, we can easily detect the causes
which put It at • disadvantage la the labor
market. •A clue of farmers ready to re.
ceive the laborers who may offer them
selves, is, with few exceptions, wanting,
especially la the extreme Southern dis
tricts, where there are only great planters,
whose mode of cultivation has no ottan
i tion for the immigrants. The European
Immigrant detests to work in gangs as
much &atlas kind of work Is sought alter
by the negro. Ills Individuality is over
looked, his self-respect impaired, and be
is viewed as a mere unit in the mass. He
seeks not the Planter, but the farmer.
• • • • What s hould be done un
der: such circumstances may be inferred
from what has been said. In default of
hands these large-planters have to 'be »-
Placed by small farmers,' who will begin
to work themselves, and who will be
able and" willing to employ the white
Immigrants like the Western farmers. A
modest culture is required, with two or
three hands living la a patriarchal way
with the farmer's family. Immigrants
will then come and remain, or, if they
leave, it will be to settle in the neighbor
hood. Farms should be laid out for the
reception of European laborers, and It Is
upon the formation of these farms, and
the Introduction of European s , that the
(attire of the South depeada.'
The lieeUiseepe at the Lhhat4its Ob.
The spectroscope recently procured for
the use of the utronomers at the Chicago
Observatory has already been employed
to advantage. Mr. Stone has examined
the great nebula in the sword of Orion
with much care. In other instruments
this - bearded object is represented as
giving a gaseous spectrum, with three
bright limes. These are a hdyrogen line
(F), one corresponding to nitrogen, and
another representing some unknown Fab.
ounce, but occupying very nearly the
position of a barium Sae. In a com
munication' made to the AcadeMy of
Sciences, last Tuesday evening, Mr. atone
announced the discovery of a fourth line
near the solar line CI, bin apparently
somewhat nearer to the red end •4:11 the
spectrum. The instrument is not, how
ever, so well adapted to the measurement
of the lines on the scale, as to enable him
to say with certainty th at the line-le not
the well known G line. The phenome.
nen of four lines has been observed in the
CAM of only one other nebula—known in
the catalogues of 1811 IV.
Mr. Stone also described the Zollner
Bpeetrescope—a new instrument recently
invented for the especial purpose of
enabling the inventor to measure more
accurately the rate of motion towards, Or
from, the died stare
Tirs Texas delegation Is pow all Sit-
Washington and the proper papers are on
file. so t h at there need be no deli In the
adminton or that State. Geor a my' be
debated le • few days on Mr. ingliam's
amendment, which will be stricken out
and the bill passed. The House will, no
doubt, concur. and before the week ox.
pires both Slates will be admitted, and
the President's proclamation will bo
ed announcing the Fifteenth Amendment
is now spar 'of the Constitution.
IN the State Library at Harrisburg
there is only one picture, sad that is of
Gnat and his Generals. Grant, Sheri
dan Mead, McPherson, Pope and other
distinguished soldiers were an In the plc.
tur; but the artist omitted the portrait of
the hero of Lookout Mountain, so the aid
of another artist was invoked. Tbe pic
ture Ims been reconstructed and the
features of Governor Geary bans been
n slated over those of General Pope.
PITI'SBuRGH DAILY GAZETTE
IPe :Appropriation Rill
On Saturday, we called attention to the
neces.ity of early action by the Legisla
tore on tho Appropriation JAIL Since
then we have made an examination of the
one riaisrd by the Bones and now before
the Senate for its consideration, and are
confident that, unless early and careful
action is taken on it, we nail bayou ex
pense account to' foot far beyond our
means. Our revenues for tue year cad;
tag November 30; 1389, amennted to
$5,240,000. Under the existing laws
they would amount this year to $5,400,-
Our expenses for 180 were $4,874,000.
This year they should not he se much, la
there will be a reduction is the amount
of interest to be paid of $lOO,OOO, aid of
military expenses of $70,000. By these
Items our expenditures should be reduced
to about $4,200,000, leaying for the re.
duction of the public debt $1,200,008,
which is lust about the amount that
should be paid off yearly. This, we say,
should be the case, if this Legislature was
simply Wallow is the tracks of its pre.
decessore We had certainly expected
better Missed' it, bat are now willing to
compromise on Ws buis. •
But taking its action so far, with the
bills sow beforelt partially acted on, as
an indication of its intention, we do . not
hesitate to used that the 80th of noyem
bee, 1871, will *ad ns Makeup:. We
say 1871, because the misdeeds of the
present Legislative will only go into the
portion of the year between Jane let and
november 38th, as the appropriation bill
commences on June Ist Rare are' the
Koreans senordlor te➢ment laWa skeOttot
aide now In progress to reduce too Rev- j
Cralfottlo bUi n . !AZ: " "4--
cos also 3
lo redoes avast Mock In Slot
dead, glued bonsall/
Approprialiaa =as plume bi ,
Deleteney btil gas sod ..... *. rls:Pla
do .yac to pass . ...•.
Paper and prtatlag sot la Ay
plaprtatlon MU MOW . .
Passau expenses nailer special '
Y 4 man • likely la dame of -
. • SI,ISS,OOO
Alums& far Ilepildailia of debt II N,Ola
This statement of expenditures does
net include $250,000, which, by the Con
stitution, we are required to apprepriats
'towards the liquidation of our debt. Now
we submit to every intelligeat reader
whether we are not marching straight to
bankruptcy, mien the Legislature con.
term their appropriations to ourrevestum
We shall net go into any specific state
ments as to where this reduction should
be made, as we are not advocating the
reduction of any special appropriation,
but simply demanding that the expendi
tures be reduced at least as low u they
were 11 1889. We repeat our caution to
the members of the Legislature that those
voting for the above :aids on the
Revezue will assuredly be held to the
strictest accountability,: and that this ar.
couatability will have to be met by
open and practical issue of the ballot-box.
LOVE'S NEER= SPRINGS.
La aakfat bow I <Mil to abeam
Shia tower to Sate 967 brow to Woo.
Yon mem to Lay 70. Ct. W. 1..
T 497 990199., ,97 Mead. Whtli I bid WWII
Ana by roar 111114 brow axolotl.—
, •Wbot clams tiara charm.. Ya. 7 ., . thrl:
Nay. toixdon le, I cannot say
These are the charm. and these powers.
♦nd being Ina traxee one day.
I took let for lay Sewer of Sewers.
Lore detl net Satter what he pea—
tint hen, sit. are some motives:
, 111 mot the Itttla entlk-wlelte hand.
That grace whatever work they do:
•Tls not the braided silken band.
That shade :be area of to edar blue:
►nd Oct the voice se low and sweet
That holds me captive at her feet,
9'ils not In frowni knit up with males
Whertmllb .be scolds me for inn el.o
Nor pain trielary wnit nor wiles
That I .an sty true lova begins, •
Out or tuat sou It did not iron I
ura.—and that is all I kaow.
Jim 141. Urbane g feet so mud',
Nor shoulder enelaz testa her slays
Nor yet hsr'llrtues, on sad all;
• Lora eras act born to uk oaf lean.
Sae was not Irwn!, nor was I won—
What draws Ms dewdrop to the sae
pardon so. the. I casual telt— •
Nor san yon hope to sudentaa.ll—
I stkoald lm my loin krerall;
leer hoer noon the border land
It fell Oat dm 46110 go ertib toe
Through time into eternity
Tux little daughter of lamb Miller, a
resident of Qeborne, near Mt. Vernon,
Ohio, wu seat to the house of a neigh
bor on the 10th, and upon arriving she
wu seised by a couple of ferocious dogs,
and literally tons to Pieces before USlS
tasce could anive. Sho died almost in
rOit NINE 111.11DITIMILANILAPI
illatblSS EP O AP.. 6
Buten' amp Naomi,
n.• Toilet Spay.
at lam deleriPthm
PENN AND MTH. Atm, a full anortacui
WS N , Clair ru. Intim pawn;
Mold at the vote lowest lo dee. St
JA.3.1:0111 E. 1317111 4 11116 efli COMO
CONIIIIIIPTIOII OP TUB LONGS.
If tiers IS say one siesesilos list needs to
be . man cerefelis 'nomad epee tie Wade of
thou rn►lect to the Monts of Um hap MA
staissaare mass, it is tad titporttht het that
uteatioo s►oath M athi to t►a irst begtastagi
of lame skews• La the start a hw Illues of
stab seedlshess as DR. LlTai[`D PiCTULLL
8111117 P wal be tam be arrest t►s flame, ale
mot ooly MOltly tanttloas of tla
sots, Mt alto of tbovholo Why. Of .11 TV
diet fey dleease• at Ow talks mad oloatlasdat'
emus. Dr. Keys ee ii rectors' limp has Wood
the teat of years of experleace4ad yes sesaaol
sad a @lnes person who boo not latest It that
will sot speak highly of Its ttetes.
Let say owe all lete4 with a meta only UT ono
acute...ma ►. mare as It !stakes It .111 rare then.
Dr. Imes has as othwi stumbe4 to Ms Great
Ileshd” More. whets all =swats Of e►reau
dleesww are sacaessfally treated. wipleeta/ly
those of ;is hullo too Palmnv7 , uA
ha would respect:ally bulk Lawn who •Fs sat.
falai' and bass MINI to get 1•11•11 . •Mar
t. all htaasstked tmstassal a Mal.
Nat long aims, klablirtopeated gsattetala,
sea masa wit► tie sewayaper press of the city,
called at le. Kayseri Dace W ink his midi.
Car, sad was israil Ay Iwo than lull . kettle.,
Another (slalom, who bad soasbed wt..
ter. sesaared la KU shoo Oren.
♦ ladT e w ..... od sad onsauted with lawy
inuattai. wits sew la bloom Into rewired health
0.. d Tiger, was inked winos PU wet the awed
undiesne that erred Mr. 11e saswor wane at
♦ sklld, pony and title wsn'ontscdatod, was
soon oared to a notes or two of Dr. "Omer
• lady *a Maw*" atrial. abuse kap wira far
dimmed, was regored to perfect kW**, Ils
***Mut us of DI. ILZIIZEI LUPO CIII•T.
*ad Dr. Eel ?Wand
• orations* nit dor to Dr. loser'n Ron
MI IS will refoomend Dr. I. yser's Potosi
Syrup is all osas; Ins tram sraottis sued
Dn. NLYSIIVI ORZAT MEDICAL limas
AND XIDICIAII, 07710 E VON C 11160610
DUILASES. No. UT LIIIEIIII STREET. Or•
floc boo' until 1 o'clock, WI trona X to 6 sad T
sot at sight.
•THABIIa AND 11111111111110.
. It Is dot neeeetet7 tojeardel froth the Oehler
to Almlta le et.ier to expertelea the en:rases of
beet aid wild. TheueeediendirgOalltle !noon
venteneen of tble thereenetrleir ehaals bear
ay. or eyeryuther day. as Ile ease goy be.vltb.
at the ttonbla st shoving Ober the threshold
word, with thee, iniolenta y Oaken.. Whet are'
they doles to aspod!ta Unite roma to a thedluin
temperature 7—to break the Ols Mend balk the
[veer? are they dollen tliteitelves eltb eetaltere
thereby Imperilled the soendeess or 10010 Deere
and Imparts," the vigor of thelr tralal end her.'
yens eyeless? done of Ulaln are. no donbt. but
not the Oiajovlty of Ur At. It is believed. The
v alas of Seetettire Menai k *awn Au • karate'
lees and servals . wall!, for fever and area le ea.
deretood end sppreslated In alloartsel lbS aeliv-
Vil ' lrlinlr:s a kl a t Vat It l. T rlil . ll7l l l
ep. tea as a preteenon stela ther . lesteeibe
vele% they ere urreinda• hot all of them. nee-
ill for &bible edit. britto One[ lent opal
.. of wee le. Oast MAIO auntie. •
if there is any lied fools [hers
teat ta• 111111001 are lan WANT INtegnard
ditalati all tbavaslatlrder.PerlddiglillllMll"P" .
ludad l lly . aawbolenana exhabaless than any
e,... r 4 r.=,l t tag :
Irma, ths bat OW 0, an 'lnvariant
stm angtiddarlf onnarno
td . nossparta of iheeonetrY.
temp. Pb.uil Marge. It Lima hew
VT=wea eve. an ia.
, :d__ pr4 ,,, e 2 :Z z dead i f l24 ...t.
WEDNESDAY MORNING; MARCH 16, 1870;
Mr. Howells recently gave in the At
lantic a very pleasant 'ketch of horse
= traveling, into which he threw some
nicely -cut profile views. The subject is
far from being exhausted, and perhaps
when theauthor referred to comes to re
vise and enlarge his essay for some future
edition of the ' , American Claealcs," Le
will not object to a few hints in the same
line. For instance, and dna, there are
the people that never learn the most or
atory rules of car management. They
persist in expecting a car to atop on a
curve, and when the conductor has rung
the bell, they ring again, and never com
prehend that they have undone kis work.
Ms rule about stoliphag on the farther
side or an intersectis g street will never
get through the heats of this class. See
ondly, we have the people who always
get into the wrong car. If they want to
go to the Baltimore depot they Invariably
take Navy-yard mr. It Is in vain for the
company to put all sorts of lettering around
the cars, aid to paint thereof dB/ere:Mines
in colors of the most glazing contrast—
these people who may be sharp enough to
be detectivu In other matters, will con
tinue to delegate those of their clue to
repeat the same sort of a blunder every
day. Thirdly,- we have the people that
never move up. They sit LS inflexible as
the Ramis Senators when the Goths
broke In upon them. The only way to
do with thane fixtures is, after having
counted and made sure that there to room
for one more, advance to the 'pot, tarn
deliberately around, and then—beginning
gently bat giving away at the right angle
—sit down. If you have sufficient weight
in society, the movement succeeds.
Fourthly, related to the above are the
people that sit sideanays and thus manage
to take up a sat and a half. ' The plan
low been recommended to those who sit
next this clue, to open a newspaper and
thus accidentally give them a dig in the
ribs. It must be skilfully administered,
howevin - or else the effect is to give •
still farther turn to the sideways posture,
making it a greater nuisance than ever.
Fifthly, then are the people who
dodge fares. -Is it possible? most people
will exclaim: ask the conductors. They
will tell you that it is a vice or a foible
confined to no social rank or station. so
far, at leut, as dress or appearance affords I
any indication. They are apt to have
curious stories to tell on this topic, which I
not being very agreeable, we peas to our
last clam for the present—the mysterious
people. They are the romance of horse
car traveling, -which would be Insuffer
ably fiat without them. Sometimes it lea
straage-leoking man, who may be a
Westerner or a Cuba n, at any rate he is
entirely different from everybody around
him. Again, it is a lady, who bears a
bewitching mystery in her eyes, her hair
or her dress. Again, it is a couple. Can
she be his wife, or is he her father? We
see the-whole car evidently posed by the
conundrum before them, and gazing out
of the windows to see where it vanishes.
Such are some of the curiosities of "hu
manity on a horse-car."
Tan furnace house of Karns, Head
man and °annuli's Gamuts's window
glass work at Zanesville, wu de
stroyed by fire on Sunday night. A
heavy wild storm prevailed, sad if it had
not been for the rain and snow, the
whole square would doubtless hue been
destroyed. The" roof of the Masonic
Building was blown off, and the Ma
railed ite beautiful fruco r work. Several
other buildings were dueled by the
IN reference to alleged murders and
other outrages ea Ammican citizens,
Secretary Fisk assured the ~ lianate com
mittee that they were greatV exaggerated.
It appears that he does silt destair of
Waging about a settlement of the Cuban
question that will be satisfactory to both
Spain and the insurgents, provided Con.
greas does not embarrass the admlniatra-
Lion with nseleu
ELECTION FOR PRES
IDENT and 612 DULL' x! of the
MA.I(CRTBTIR 56171223 BANK will Da held
at the t anklea Haase. N.. 209 Bearer mate.
on lIALIURDA.T. Yank 26. 11170, betemedi the
60Ctra / and 2 &cloak r. N.
711011. B. UPDIXT.,
ALL 111)112117. Kassa 111. 1210. sakiertle
DRUMM. C.o.—Tlia President mid Mans.
yen of this Company AND
do . ismit s Dividend
CItNTi per Ain. - p 4 t to u. etoeseela.r.
toproso• tads.. at the Hankins
Bons, of N. Molars rm. ionliwith.
JAILS . wmanr, 'newness . .
rittaintegl, Match 7. 1170. whl:eaT
LJLU . 2lll . =allUi2
HATING.ON THE nth Inst.,
Italf of the atuntloat. 01111.11-
13/LCIL to Mr. YEEDIRICE 17PNEEt.
LARGE ADDITIONS TO STOCK
Jest arrivlng, to which we'lnette the atteetles
Of Wholesale nod Bethlt Chub 1 , 117.11.
JA IL rs B. Amis. 177 411 r 79 MARKET STREET.
Ps rreeman. lb; h mbM:el3
!ialu of Telghto sod Imam,
N 0.5 F4IIRTH AVE., Plttaburigh.
Harbsir's & 1 / I :sess.
Illwitoo*o& Ilyear,L4aoksonW Saws.
Swisaess . • Files,
Solames /sloe fools,
Week Pismo, &e., &e..
Family Tool Chests.
-WHITESIDES 8; DRUM,
gawky° verIMERAL ST.. ►ll .1.1
OLD STORE IN A NEW PLACE
Tea anderslgsed Is rrepared to furnish,' le
In , ds ssP7. Is
sr in say desirable
eaeatlty, e Ulan lee:
Crime Mute's,. New Cedeslsceseekid and
Netted f aloes. Hell./ and Mauer Merriman.
.1.11 . 01.1/11. •
•lie Artlt fee WAYILTOII JUNTA' Oat
!Items Ware. esiostirsettred at Oreestbero To-
Basoutk Sad Seal patterns. countstiss of dugs.
Jars. Crcals, eta.. 01011 sties. Large or Mall
cotton Tares. Walt, Sod Colors* Comet
Mau, Posh, Dried ppd Canoed Fruits, loots.
!assocs. lslttes. aeon artle'• to be fOlftll le
•irst.sluss Bose. Maple ttitelell Of OroltriCh,
loch So Sugars. 07,101, 05111. 4110••
for J.bblui Trade, gaol at low ruts..
RD la/ MID lIIIIAZLICTON.
Sus. 119 and 89. hOuth. Welt o,roer Plarnotio
roosts, 3102:1PL•rousal .
W"trlst to cell the attestlou of A Pen
to cot Iw/tam:to vonede twort mental •
Solid !Dyer .od Sllvrr Plated Spool..
• 102k tIttor 11:71.111.be. !
• • Cato Ittitett. Ms Bow. to.
. A P . llltOTT '. lVi d (l7tx,rt:7ll t of y . rett inc ja N
Pall et • 1/11101 ItsLUCTtutt r uti
/ 0 / FIFTH ♦VINO', atm. BmltheAld qtnist.
NOTIVE.—The arm of
OLIVES VOLUM= = CO
Diuolrett by Maui' Consent J111.1;18714
b 7 the Iltbdreeral of W. WeOLIWTOCK. The
business will be wet/need by the remeteltht
paitnera as b• motor., ozder the SIMI of
0. MaCLINTOCK & CO
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
PEW Bourii TO
BUFFALO AND TO THE • NORTH
• ThAALLZOII ENY VALLEY RAILROAD CO.
an vo• rapared to dila ►reltetdlns , to nur.
'PALO. DUNKIRK, and all points la WIDITARW
apply to • • • . .
W. W. C. MILREDITAI. Yrelitht Amt. '•
Corner Plka andlltb Amp.
I. S. L&INNIENCE.
61411/111 Iluaatta4adtat. •
BENING, Hen AID MIX Pioll3lo
of tun Dootou B<e■CgopoOin P ow. AlOll
001p7.(.001000 0 00 thdoooD9llnd at moue•
J:d, mutt ir
Jut received, Te chats Mir _ Punt
,e seam Duch deeded n' 7+
Austria% tdierrieseusie letter., l ll l4 f4 joi
Corder Libenr tea
FIIIII. FIST". . .
TnIA I t tle Ilm.lasi
WI No. 71, II oad a arjaili—sa /WI Ob.
kg . nor iu rblackond; . . • :
Cod risky tit" as -
fa ATY. UV% COO 4,
140. 111 sad Crok wood as
„ a: sol,lh l Po.A so
ker111; . •
*0 bath do. • de ii
• ad Dino No. Large Yoeleroli
PM bard do. • do:
1.5 ibis 4 Medium • do.;
PS ballt do. do. , do; •
5 0 bOts Pickeadattlitr r t. i .
tat . 4. Mk/AIM: AUL
Non. 180 and 182 Federal Street,
It it.; fort Leitthi et-Prints
it i 14e., Dark ?flits.
it Be., rut Colend hints.
it e., Best Intl PAiti.
It II 1.h,, yard-wide Ilibl'd heeling.
At II 1-fe.,yard-wlde WI /leash Sulk
t.selmertz, Jens, Raffle Men,
'key Red Damtek,
striped and Figured Dsmuby
Napkin, Towels, ,
flirt Fronts, Rudierekiefe,
Aprons, lid glares,
Reek Ties, ie., lie ,
Wholesale and • Retail,
NoB.lBo 0.1111 182 Federal Street,
FINE AND DO
BILL & N
IN . CO. En Fitt
HORNE & CO'S.
. Hosiery ! Gloves I
lIIENHIVE AND CHOICE 11801TIE171
Prices Unknown SincelB6l!
♦LIX•NDItra LID GLOVILI,
♦ MI alumna:mat at $1.15.
At al. T 5. '
LONO TOP NUM chaise shades,
ITOULAN MADE BBITIIB ROM.
Heavy. al 011.1t1.
rwait AND BIBBED COTTON NOM.
SO seats azd
DOKBI2IO COTTON nosrs t sr.
By OW or Dew.
ozlrre• sum ETU HALL goat.
mums , surza Tzar Holm
Also. syleadld worts:meta
SASH AND BOW RIBBONS.
LABILE' TANGY BOWS.
EILANING MILL MEN
The osdertlvre4 boa letters patent of the
United Sulu for the Uprou4 unstrostion of
weather-b. tralog, 10e14e Labor mot or wales
gotlog bootee. The weatber- Potreo& h 1
this Wasted Isiprouneat. Deus more particu
larly laten4r4 tor earthed am u 4 oomblidot
Mot oluabslll7 .4 *matt' of suearsato; sad
It Is fro eeosionoted so to wallets • *told tke ame
of OM MAO% and to prevszt inter rhos eats. ,
tot the er tau gulag or taw shuloltot
the lototo by scum of the wntue ea the Um
Melee liable- sad tralasecelss he Me We
method ere se easstreeted to Ana Del thet
peewee as cheaply es be the ordleare bootleg
board@ eloae; thereby pretreetiag the &howler of
the Jonas from ”y abut , . and leaving so Woos
for beret , •
Be boa &leo parebaeld the palest right et *bat
ealMl.ollo7 hrwa se the • ••Koaleed Weather
Us ►as dispoost of the followtos Sarritorte and
bop right Ix ♦ comm. for both PA
T. lgotgarisoo It Mme.'s, the right . lbr the
Vbs.. ward Of Pittsburgh.
To Nolte* Doti/Ism shop sight for OW,
mill listortith Tssrd, - Pittsbursb, _
To Will. Pallor... II 0o..: shop right. for tiog ,
NHLXth snit* Pittsburgh:
To oz. leselaro, for a s borough of We-
To tor • Pool. for •Int, bevoltd, TOM sad'
' W '
il d strn of£ 41 0 :il
prat S = ward,sayof/Ari. t ayit bolt mall. 11
To Dunham. Point t 00.. for Um boroughs of
liburosburgh sod I.; also tits tosraswto of
Ind Ind sou.
All prrras ImutA .(cleat tef I•glAt
upos either of sad pates% awl Shoo visaing
so pasha.. •'lll nleue t•II. err address as, as
N0.1.131a114,1.111 street, Pllt.lmarsh. Ps. -
J. O. Jaill2ll6olf..
NEW WALL PAPER
N 0.197 Market St., near 15111 Avenue
We wow otter to lte nubile • nook or PAPIER
HAI 011011110.0Temed in the West for 'why
ate be►ott or stile., embracing ►llth. novelties
1.1111500. 1e011.1.10,19111111.0 end 0101011.21
11111011 II plain eed bright felon. for Halle,
111.111 BMW, de. Also. WOOD end YnISLI
DICOS&TIONM, TINTI9 sad 011.1 PABLO!
PAP'S% Will an Wet eaglets earlier 'or
0112 AP ILTIII ?Ant wurrs and BROWN
Mai= for thembers, Is. Atk' wblob we
propose to sell so low el ids loweetUe tbotpealmt.
0111004 see. et
N 0.107 Market St., near sth Arenas
JO& K. HUGHES & BRO.
WRITE.LEAD AND COLOR WORKS
SCHOONIARER & SON,
Boßibiataren of WRITS L1141:L. RZD
lon BY OINA% Fr PUYtlt
017105 MID PAOTORT.
440, 461, 464, 446 and . 4lB, Rebuts Aired,
We call attnititia to the flambe pelted os
Oar WWII rani While Wm. cod whoa Ira tap
a ' , Velar carbonate of Moo* .."
aim, pan. , tkat,lt, Rag Item Assists Sail
drug, sad thiwto , whit. aad sapanot, balk
la sad amanita ptopany.
UttARANTEID to be a putt Carl:oasis of
will tarta sail w
' haalals, llow than any la the L aad
n at UM pay. If egplala.
las Ile text adaltaralloa.
CHOICE AND HARE
FOR PRESENTS." AT
112 /Federal Sired, driterhetsy
`.'+`~.+" -. ~nfl ,✓ } o a,5.,-.~~lf _. .hr.
3-4e>,.:x,.n...r x~i,:~~'4h.~s~~rz.r~?~»a~''~'':.rs'a~.°~..E~"i i ~yS~ i !L•,,~•'~' f ~
~ si ~y,;~<nc: 3' -. ~'
Nos. 180 and 182 Federal Street,
Black Alpacas at 370.
Black Alpacas at 50c.
Black Alpacas at 371 c.
Black Alpacas at 50c.
Black Alpacas at 371 c.
Black Alpacas at 50e.
Having purchased over $lO,OOO
worth of the above
HOBBLE MP ILPHIS,
which for weight, color and On*
cannot be excelled, if equalled,
tie attention of my patrons 'glut
ted to them, feeling assured they are
the best value I ever had the pleas
ure of offering them.
The Goods will be received daily
until all are delivered
NOII. 180 and 182 Federal Street,
ZL -AL "fge 0 MIL IX 0
26 • Z
VAi 5 1
46 g 1
g, P z I m
.*4 4 . r ''3 : 5 P
= T ce -4 4 1 4 W
S 0 0 I diM 1
gi 0 4 0 Pi
rLE-4 0 E4 r 1
.-, a _m
g A Z'
UNITED 'MATES MAIL
' POSTOrlici DIPAISIIMXT.
WASIIIMOTOW. January 81. 1870.1
PROPOSALS will be retell , . d at the Cosix.el
OM. of this D.oarinsent de c i d ed ..lack P. m.
or Mardi 341. 11170. (co be by the litta
•pril.) for elleylrg lb• =WU or tut Unite,
BMWs mem July 1, 1870. to Jame 30. 1879. ea
the nilowlas routes le tae State of Pemseyleskals
and by ti a Kim do lc. of departures tad *Meal&
natele speelned, via:
No. SlllO. trout Mositroie. by Jib LaYa,_ An.
lan goer Cornet - Lamborn Omar/Ault Math
Auburn, to Let:ovine, AL% miles nod 0008,
three tia ee a week. Leave Montrose Me..
day Wednesday and le riday at 0 111 •• 9.1
a rrive at Lae•TrOle 1 7 4113 r• P. 0.; um..
Lagervlll. a ursday . Tbanday and oatardav
at . 1.30 a. a.: Arrive at llentro.• 17 111:30
7. 300. From Lockno . t. Station to Weal Fidr
told. I ' d suss and buk, Mx times •wesk.
, Leave Lockport Ins too daily, es ea pt basdky.
At 10 A. M.; /Mate at Wen. Falrield bv ll
8. se.; heave Wait 7.1,8.14 &by, except
, at • A. le.; arrive at LOCaPnri Bier
Mon tre gl A. M.
No. 5333. Prow Washington. by Clots), Dan
. min/wale. wooer 71 It. )(aeon/she. Mtn
Beanyde and d ilir, tO Wirt Pearls:el.
014 mu.. IMek. six limes • mink.
• , Leave Washington dally,_etteerst &today. at
8 • M t •171•8 at Wttr. zio.ten by 3Y. N.:
Lea.* Wert Newton daily, aneeot O . at
10:20 A. et ; AMT.'S!, ireabillgtoa by 7139
Tor forme of proposal, I.loooloe zed mill.
eats. and also far fastrucUens sa to Um wadi.
moss to be eantieaced la ibe ....tract. ie., lit
aderrireeteeut of °meter 31. 1761, +annul lg.
3. 1879. Inviting propmds
for molt wink. la Penn .... .alt,
ac., to be
Nand at the vitae/pal post einem
Side ehould be tent In sealed envelopes. Miner.
milted ..Mallpront.eals, State ef Pea•Olvna , a...
tad ad deemed to the radioed Assistant roma.
JUNE A. J. CSIVEIWALL,
I" n. 31 5.1
Mthutheturers or PPRINO. HAIR and HUSK
PlaTTlti bid, Feather Fosters aad
chump tumble., Com.* Mouthing. and all
leads or Upholstery work. •leo. athlete I.
Wieder Phodees Ir,_Orren and W hits Holland e,
0r..5.T11.41. , g o . Particular all, neon lathy.
to UMW, up. elthalug .all brushing, al teeth gad
Oar more or *leaning throat U tha ref b 4 1a
which you eau reel seemed that the colt to ant
omen. a n dat the good, thoroughly feted tram
ad doe venal., The pd. tor Gleaning hatt
peepprosily thcluced. Our as ore. will pa for
eta delver all doese the of shard..
BOBROTS, NICHOLSON 16 THOIPSON.
Opholstems and Ilopri.U.l.
Steam Carpet Beating Eltablishmeat,
No. 127 WOOD STAMM,
40 MOISES wide elate at Tie. per roll.
UILT—a areas varlet, at 500. per roil.
OLAZZD-611 land. Attlee per roil.
IL.II.UAn'T Preece and AZIOlit•Il raper Haat
toasterre, -ealeerier 10 027 ito-
Nutmeat la the. For Ws al
W. P. imor A 111.R17 A T1:13
New Wholesale and Retail . Store,
191 plberty agree&
M.TON S. lir DANIA_
GAS AND SWAN PITTION,
PIRh Avian., Dear /DIM Street.
Lead rits, *um Um. 4 1 . BUM*.
talk Tubs and ,WWL Mazda. Iron .11=
flitlads. Al. .ad Beer Pamairala Ulu 041•43
slim. as hand. Fabliau/ irlyste 184.108.40.206
PHIENII STEM BRBURY,
SPENCER, WRAY 8; CO.,
Maltsters and Brewers of 415,
PORTER AND BROWN STOUT.
ROBE= WATSON. Eissagar.
E.:TICE TO FLOITR DEALERS
D 110111317LEBS:—Wo LI sow randy.
T. yardmen In Gibson. Puts. Orton
orM cantata, Law. 74L lot of
_Whom le the Tory bon to Pt Mad and ainnot
rlanooloa 1 , 7 or 7 tao United BtAtIM.
We nave alto Ward oar Irinatte In
Iloollnu. Bolting olld best
sad ore now pdrat to Lonna roar
wo mods for tin years at rotate LL do*
at an Um Las grades or !oar.
T. 111.1:111111110 1 r & Eno..
in II Allagnona.
Edentatina U. Me.
lITC7OII AND TIMIWATUI,
lIINDII6B, OVAL DOM, snug TRANI, M.,
P. O. marry&
IMI Om& One*.
FISK & HATCH,
Bankers and Dealers
No. 5 Nwan.Street,
The remarkable isioeu which hie attended
oar negotiation of the Loans of the ClnreaL
r•cm• RAILROAD COMPANY and SRI! WIMPY:RN
?amid RAILROAD Cotentin', and the Imbhlef -
try eat *MIS which them Lo maintale.
ed in the mutate, bOth Ia We «mon and Eu
rope. km skews that the /SU Yamada Sonde
Of wisely 4ocated and Dominate-m.IMM frel•
foods are readily Sakes is the most enitable,
Rafe. and advaitageose form of lareetmeat.
yielding •inere liberal lemma than santereafter
he derived from Governmeet Londe, and averts
hie to take their slam.
• Aseateed Qat, L W aeleetlos sad begotlatlos
.f superior lallroad Lana, wo aro meet's, a
mall 'Wolfe want, au/renderla a valuable eer
viol to the bolder' or .
Pl4l sad WU!. Mat
Nsdotal works of internal troprovement whose
Intrteste stern at stbitedlel ehdeder *tittle
shun to She tee of Cantle and the confide nee of
'seeders—we now offer with tooted ocoeldenos
end satufsetles the
FIRST IOBTOAGE BONDS
SWAB AND 01110 R. R, CO.
THE CH LIAZZAET. AND OHIO RAILROAD,
connecting the Attest e maul and the =gala.
east harbors et the Chesepeak• Hsl with the
Ohio ever at a polat of reliable navigation, and
time, with the entire Railroad teetem of the
great Weitz ante lionthweet. TOIIIII THE AD
DITIONAL ILIJT AND W EAT TRUE IC LINE.
se imporetively demanded for the accommoda
tion of the immense and rapldl7•gtmwtng traw
-1 portation between the Atlantic seebeerd and
levels ea "t►e one baud, sad t►e greet pro•
dogleg region of the Ohio sad letaeleolptit Val-
lays on the other.
THE IMPORTANCE OF THlll ROAD AB A
WSW OUTLET FROM THE WRIT TO THE
SEA masuldes It Into one of national conse
quence, sad Insures to It an extensive Houma
trallo (rem the day of Its emoplctlont mhlle, fa
Um development of the extend , * agrlcalturel
and =Mend resources of Flrglnta and Wes
Vlrrials. It no sssssss Moen Its on llue, the
•• ota of • Largo and probable local basin
Thus the greet Inteiuts, bath cameral and
local, which demand the completles of the
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILROAD to the
Ohio Blear, afford the sweet anarastee of U
omen and value, [lid RENDRE IT TEI MOST
IMPORTANT AND SUBSTANTIAL RAIL
ROAD SNTSRPRISY. NOW IN ethcatEss IN
Its superiority es an Zest and West route, and
the promise of an Immense and profitable trade
awaiting Re..aviation, have drawn to It the
attention and 000peration of prominent Clout-
Witte and Rdiroad . snen of tide City of gonad
lodgment and known integrity. whole Gonne*.
Got wills .1, tog.ther with that of eminent
eithiens and bullies. men of Virginia and
West Virginia. INSURES RN ENERGETIC,
HONORAIILE AND SUCCESSFUL MANAiii.
Tim Reed is esimpletiA anK in operation from
Richmond to. the eigetireted White Sulphur
flintege of West Virginias 997 Wien, 'and Oath'
reasela hat SlDOaslieslnoerpartlallysononthoted)
to be eomplatod, to eery it to the proposed W
alton lea the Ohlo flyer at. or our, the mouth
of the Rig Beady .190 tam shore Mein;
nall, end ISO miles below Pittsburgh. '
Lints are Row inoirctril or la taboo= through
Ohio and Kentucky to this pohitoshich is I Icon
sleet the CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO WITH
THE ENTIRE HMV/MAD BYITKIRS OP THE
WEST AND souruwEsT, AND WITH THE
PACIFIC RAILROAD. • •
• *Linable franchises andsupertoradeantsges
Kill idiom the CRESArrairR AND OHIO RAIL
ROAD CoßrearY usiong the richest sad most
ponerfal led truethrorthy aorPoroffoßii of the
otiotarTi AHD THERE WETS A PRESENT
VALUE., IE COMPLETED ROAD AND WORE
DONE, EQUAL TJ THE ENTIRE AMOUR/
OP THE MORTGLEOL
Tee details of tb• Loan Inma been arranged
with insets' reforests to taa wants of 111 elasaes
of tovestosa, and cambia' 1b...541M Algona
• f safer,. met ',Maalox mann
Tim Nona an to dooomloolloai of
$l,OOO, $5OO and $lOO.
t 1.7 Irtll Delimit as COUPON HOND3, ?AT
.um111 ; to Swim, sad May be bald Is ast ham
The easpaas our be detsebe4 wsd wee U 4
the Bold /wade n IMINANINT 8101111TZIIID
Baint. transferable only on the Imola of the
Costo•4l. end the 'Jewett wade poyota4,l7 to
tae reestered 'owner at kit attonley.
The three slams will be known tetpettitelT
M. "COUPON ' BONDS PATABLX
"EVIIISTICHICID • BONDS WITH 00H
MSS ATTACHZU. , . . ,
34. ..siorsrmazu BONDS WITH COO.
PONS £TTJOHID,•• angsbool4 be ea designa
by Correspondent. In speelfying the elan 01
?bay has* THIRTY TZARS to tau from Jan
-11. lIITO. with Waren at six psi oast.
Dar imam from Niinxiabor 1,111410.
PAL ADD brmitSr ELT/ALSIN SOLD IN TOO
OriT OF Nam TOXIC.
Tbee Interest le payable la MAY awl Nov=SIM
WA It NW, take the pima of that of the earlier
ham of-Iflve-Tweatles, OOA ..It the ecorreeti
moot wee Mends vino already hold Ceaust sot
Pesten Pae Le Moot% with totalize Pere!hie to,
Fames!) sad art/. and yrito may deelve, In umb
ras sadidooal.lavesiensnia to hare their lobo*
eat reuivable at dlirersat MIMS of the year.
Ile Loan la steam( bj a ntortpie shoo the
whirs Liza of Rood hots ittelneoad to the Ohio
Rlyer,mith the equipment and ill other Prop
erty and Miparbroanora anal ere/ therewith.
♦ lIINEITIO YUKIO OF 4100.000 Piet Ale
NUM It FIIOVIDZDZOR THE ILIDEYPTIDIC
UP ram noirDs. lUD TILE zrrscrr otrs
Tina JulTliit TIN 'COMPLITION OP Till
TOAD. • • •
n. mosque Is les 1.8,000mu0. whleb
1.000.000 will be nagerred and Midi* Unit
for Um redemption of initglanding' Nona of the
Virginia Centrallgallrii edema:may. now mined
La the Cm iggragma vain Ow o.
Of the remuning 117.000,000, a nilloWit
amount will be seld tweinatdete the road to ttni
Ohio river. puree& rate lainewri the portion now'
is animation, and hhorooohl7 eglttp the whole
far • large and native train,
.0. J. WIIAlli
The anent Delta Is" ad d scorned intend.
♦ Loa* aeastalyloadired, so aandallyeauded.
aad w aertala karmattar le command smith:pal
}law =crag the • tavoilia imaarltle. la the mar•
kola, bola la tido coati aad !drop., will be
at adds dalddelalad and Wally aboorted.
Yen resucaltally. -
111111. & HATCH,
I.W.r. have Laud laamblets matalelng
fill parties], as. itatiftlcal detW,. maps. au
IrkkJilrllllAs tarnished apos applici4ol6
tB'A7 but and NU Govern
ment Bonds. and receive the ac
counts of Banks, 'Bankers. Cor
pora Gone, and others, subject to
check at sight. and Wiwi, interest
0 * daily balaiscia.
al. , IN , CMAN & COk,
git a Marti LTG's% Plitsberge‘ Fs.
CARPETii:OIL CLOTHS. &o.
C A RP ETS.
111BL4ND & COLLINS,
Wednesday, March , 1611), 1870,
• SPRING STOCK. •
The goods lel Ibe l!lleplayed each • meaner
that more can he !men of the.liew Palter,, tow
few momenta then Dr Shoppluc for boon.
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO CALL.
Itsitors AIII Not be Urged to Buy,
Prime will be found low enough to Pell the
.13 Fifth Avenue.
LIVER IrCLINTOCK & CO.
Reduction in Prices
TO CORRESPOND WITH
IffoCALLI I N BROS.,
51, FIFTH AVENUE,
ABOVE WOOD ITBILET.
Va.. determined upon removing tomi Dom
at the halt Work.. near T•renturn, ogee for
sale the property where I nowt eride, .totni.
the borough of bewicsay. Th. gunds coeslst
o(nearly acres. finely d iversifie d with gnus.
blopes. level mud • abrupt bon,. A planet
rook. panes ,natal by sham.
dad •Ane old lariat trees of • 000:n wan..
There are near) 200 - 04.1.1 Pear Ger. of
cboleest selectious, Insides apt[, peach, plum,
cherry, de. 'Aloe, allpt., runt, rrrrrr . black
berriesUGad weber - Geo and other mealier holt.
There Is a large ape. for Tra..ble (Miler, The
ornamental %OMNI' reenr.ers, roses and IWO
Diana are an attrac.ise very TrP.Pri
p9;ll.l4.llllslgs D VIZS " tj " :e " ge 7114.121:
111/1216d the vallty,reeder tit t le .PG matera sued
in tl i gh.erall=fa a Ant cll. brick, .d
beside attic and cemented cellar under the whole
—contain. 14 rooms and •waanr.o nod coal
htn.. in temeatent, with Betutron. lane closets
for China. stores and clothing. There lea large
and never-M1.4 stone-walled cistern •
with ...ter from sin e roof, and pump. 'for boa
end cold water In bath room., latches/ and wash
..e. waste waters duenarged through pipe.
mane dletaece Mtn the house. Therm le as los
boon and coma , dices COOliDf room, • good.
born, carriage sled and chicken yard. The place
Is bounded on • I aide. en highways, and totem
la can Gem relieved or t.opiks.
Inewlekleyielle miles tram the city, on the Vt.
Wayne Gal troad,aud roams. enny ettmetioe.
for a suburbs& ...Ideates. Thu nu Mere. K cam
modailo trains Travis nattier to be sabred In
the way of communication. and the railroad
kill in t illfe ' g i etTraf7 " T gre%tra h Ol thy
Valley must 41eatt able, or, besides Its worthy
farmers and artt.ns, here are found the reentry
seat. of many city ...to, prole...ea. Wrier.,
bankers, son other business MR and retired
ebrch.le. Good schools abound, and arm are
urce. of 'anon. ecilaillinello2e, Perin the
Co , price and terms call at my Dreg Store. No,
111 Lanny etre, I, Pittsburgh. If not old be
fore/Lyra list, this property will be t 0... •
punue SALE OF
VALUABLE, REAL ESTATE
In the City of Allegheny.
• By thine of an order of the Orphans. Conn of
of Allegheny County, the underslgned. as Tr.—
tee, under the wilier gather st.kt on. deceased.
wig offer et pablic We, on the greeds.. on
711T1/150AY. the n h day of Mach neat: atlo
(ed.:ft A.. 4.. • lot of ground belonging tot.
estate at esig decedent, situate an Stockton
aysnute and Webiter street, fronting *4 feet on
Stoekton arena. and pre; the .ante width
along Webster etre. northwardly 940 het to
Water street, on arbleb Is ereeted a two luny
Bret Dereillogilllntalnlng 14 e.t.a:id • fame
liable Tills property mso located that Roan be
seb.divided into lots P outing on the Pat korblich
for beauty and convenience cannot be s•hassed.
Tangs or LlAms—One.third of the purchase
money cub on contirtnatlon of lb. sale, the bal
ance In two echal annual pa - Mlnth, scoured by
bond and mortgage or the r '
Per hale. Information thqulreef
THI7II. B. 11PDIICL.
At Ve kflochester lacings Rank, 909 Deaver
avenue, Allelthettl. or of
W. A. SIPE, Attorney.at.T.aw,
I 90 Diamond greet, Pittsburgh.
M4DII. PALE.-lIIIILDING LOTS
IN ALLEGHENY CITY.—I off,r for ante
the moot dellglnfoi helldltg tots elm.ed to the
Second Ward, 4111Pgi.by. OU Pen-wally glean
Road abb Obseivatory avenue, adjoltdeg the -
Observatory grtneds. These Lots are Pert or
tin one-balf 151 d) scree. • plan 01 items
Lots un Ins seta at thy store, No. LA WOOD
<BIST.. The plan hoe also n ene coded.
Each Lot la a front lot, fronting on Perryttll'e
road or Observatory anoint; sine, BB feet wide
131de T.. Ton iots opposite the reddened of
Wutilegino and Walter lieClintods. Ewe.. are
111* by 115 f.et. Most Of the tote are
/1. wlis to
been etteted axle. ger
.. dis t ant to leave the low vrounde and
meaty moles tan here end an oppOrtoUily. The
locality Is one of the Inset In ton two cities. and
hot fans soleutiret wait frog, the brat of B
street; a tend watt lead. to the prtubsey The
greet beauty of scenery and dirratuidogs ere de.
- Telma eaty; prices low. gatittre of
No 13 Wend street. Plttabargh, or No. BO 'raver
• •Ileghsny city. , &
20 LOTS FOR SALE R AP
—Blllllh nearly adJolelos th e Mere
°baba oQllradaybeis E E
and boelb eleubargb M . lusd
veltolo Aileen teltspea 0 of Canto eet
Cam Tfauthr 800 lota b s a lo se lately be., cold
hem, a good many of .bleb have been bell:
epos. Only .twos IWO remain th at are °fend
far sale by the erlemele .bleb east how be 610
toe balance 10 see.
' . 7
f Lou bow zsies 11170 to
ply en 804 Yohgese*..
VOR PALL—Engines and Bo il
ints. Now and Second flood. of .11 Matta
eaastootly on bond.
Orden from all parts of thicouatrr promptly
Jamas luta. a co..
Oorne, Marton Menne and P., 7. W. • CL.
Allegilenv. Ps. -
riONTINIIES TO TREAT ALL
sagrate discus", Syphilis la a/1 its Mom. ail
IllseueA ano um citects of musary ase
Completely armited: liperramorrbee or Yew.
nal Weakness and Impotency. tannin Mole
stitabase es other muses, and 'MIMI annum
rose 01 tae following wireete. as plateau, Wel?
weatnees, Indigesiloo, consesopti=. aversion la
sociesy. arimmiltnees. frost% or Mara menu.
lees otasamory. Indoleaoe. nocturnal =Mania;
and Muni gio prOatistlns the Ismael sysonn ro to
render assirlase onmalstscbery, and thereloni
os 'tit mammas
M a l: emapleint shomm
Alva Um Doellor • Mal: MI lIICT. ham.
A. outage. attootiOn Oren to all f ernala Dent.
=Micosillte, lo•oomber. or WhitesOtellinsCaz
s ty me Ulceration or Um Woreb, re aria.
profit% Amenorrhoea. Menarrhagia.
..,,,t buteinty Or BarrellEra. Of unto ••4 llb ,. 4,,rar t tat e rply#P la who easZula
exelasprely to the staayof • cenCli, Casa
of Meal =andl ., miatej . ......zia.
=prim enamel practice.
TO . Dosses yablisbee • atedleal pampliPA OP
Oty p Siml AIM • WI errfaltion *Mama'
.. isaases.nhat can be had trertlitMlo
or be MS Soo iMMIsli. bei seated es
=emitanol WOW= Inflaroadol . to . --. 711
sad alpitilaig Wan to dein - alas IM pinp.
dv a. s, we Of =Mt ootololnla. •
sistl ft;m Whe . tictegNi orlido " Vin be ale
Ulna a writtea Mimosa Um Mar
mad forl ff , Sorwarded by man or rels
=pore lastaneas. , lurever, ar
Is abeolataly Uffealial. 1r .1.•
= "M armoso=relheVale r a i Aull
mertamals loiraaer:iWl wit\ SU onteetlyit
i ssClir rnigr a tat is NJ _.....
All preactiotions an p la."W•
a a ltaioal ben aprairs id ot& nma _.... TO
67 anti PO Soo aterapa. _o =en ,••-
Kop p re ilin."l:l7. 7 :4 li " "
.laser .floort MM.. •
' I RE POTTERY.
S. M. KIER &