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BOMA -at Frankfort, O
PrIZIOLZUIC at Antwerp, 58i1.
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GOLD closed in New York on Bator
day it 1111.
Tax Schuylkill coal miueni struck on
Saturday but, is predicted.
BIMAIRA Stamm And other express
the opinion that Conon! may adjonm
IT 111 likely to be May-Day before the
Ilona° will have the funding bill fairly
before it. " . •
CONSILIUM will probably pass an ens•
lat Zig Ant, looking to We early admission
of New Mexico as a State.
♦ Bei:million decrease In the public
debt for March, disgusts the oppoltlon.
and gravels the advocates of a reduction
of the taxes.
_ . .
Ocuinscrictre 'holds her annual elec•
tion to-day, the results Qt which to mar
row'sbrinTra will chronicle. A very
close note, as wend, may-be anticipated.
AXOTHLIt effort Is to be made to mum
an seta Congresepeoildteig that ail Rep.
eteentatives to that body Iball be cbosen
on one uniform day throughout the'Uoton.
DeOlOCtiky of Connecticut—also
in Melnuit—aro tenderly courting
theicolored rote, to day. As a Gest effort,
their wooing goes a little awkwardly, bat
It is not their modesty which makes any
of the trouble.
• Waterman) scandals, touching certain
I -private partial who may be involved in
the San Domingo baldness, are to he in
vestigated by the • Dow, berm, any
money shall be appropriated under the
treaty now hanging by its • Cy'e Uds In the
' . Senate.
Tax Venango Citizen changes its sdl•
toriel management.' The retiring editor,
Mr. Reisinger. made hie journal one of
- the bed in the Commonwealth. His sue
t orasor, Mr. Smiley, who comes from the
Forest Repubilean, undertakes, therefore,
• trip In whlck be has our best wishes for
Rantranxim In our last issue to ex.
Justice Clam, we wrote of "Judicial
duties which he was once able to perform
with much credit to him elf and honor to
that tribunal," but the inaccurate types
substituted "unable" for "once able,"
thus doing an equal Injustice to the lien•
erable Justice and to this journal.
A nris.- before our Legislature enacts
that, in all cues where an incorporated
plank road, turnpike, canal or alackwater
navigation company has for ten years
owed to Make me of its franchise, works
or improvements, this 'non-user shall be
hold to operate as en extingulihment of
its franchise and of all rights thereunder.
Tan Brune :concurs with its Commit•
tee in reducing the duty on tea from
twenty-five to twenty cents. The sugar
imestloa onyxes next, for settlement to-day.
Progress On the tariff bill will be slow,
and no reliance can be pliced upoll these
intermediate votes, since nothing is more
possible than that the entire bill may be
dually thrown overboard, by the com
bined votes of disappointed special in.
Ir re beriCatily doubted 7laether the I
Hope , wilt consent to vote:11,4,000 to Mr.
U. id, Poster for Intruding himself by
the aid of fraudulent votes into . a Con
gressional scat which did not belong, to
him. It is to that gentleman's credit that
he did himself effectively abi - Mdon the
awe s long before 14 Anal disposal, but he
ought also to have choked off his lawyers,
for whoM, probably, the effort is made to
get this $4,000 appropriation.
Tams are contradictory rumors as to'
the President's purpose to issue a proc
Lunation of universal amnesty to persons
engaged In the late rebellion.. In any .
event, no such amnesty can be universal
without the approval - of Congress, which
alone, by the ElVili Article, can restore
the franchise to one who has ever taken,
. i sad TiOblted,ll l Ugh to support the Fed
, =I Constitution. There may be a propri
ety in an Executive recommendation to
Congress to enact a general law of relief,
1 but's mere proclamation, as rumored,
the oath-breakers, stand now excluded
from political rights, and the load tender'.
I ey fa everywhere to the removal of all re
maining restrictions. . .
Tarr Olneineati Enquiter stigmatizes
the Secretary's proclamation of the adop
t don of the XVth Article as "an official
Ile endorsing i bartard as legitimate.''
Yost of the opposition press are having
i it equally bad. Tho New 'York- World,
1 Gov. English, of Connecticut. the "young
1 .--- democracy" of Philadelphia,. and even
the Collin:11)u &megaton have proposed
the milder process of vaccination, to pro
tect the party from the dangers of equal
su ffrage, but the..Enquirse and its friends
have ruled so far in the councils of the
Democracy, and the result will be,•natu-
rally, exposure, Infection, a violent, per.
- • haps fatal, attack, with a very. offensive
it eruption upon the surface. The Demon..
: ,•. racy just sow -present. s very repulsive
case of political small.pori .
• In his veto - of the bill to change the
day for our municipal election from Oc•
tober to December, one simple sugges
tion will convince our readers that the
Governor was entirely right.- The
itself contained no provision for any
registrrof voters, while the registration
alleady•directed W a genets] statute for
the' whole Codtmonwealth is expressly
provided for' all the clutions,' - whigb ,
without any exception, were directed to
beheld on the second Tuesday of October•
Consequently, our municipal election in
Deoembec, u imposed, mast hart been
held in direct contravention of the tenor
of that statute, and of the Bettie:a public
policy of Pennsylvanbs.
—Bat it is stated that the. Executive_
veto in this ease rests rather onAtie
ground that . s . precisely similar bill bad
bean alreadY passed and Iggiied. ' It fol
lows, then, that an earlier veto would
has been apropos. Without it, we .
to !Mit ieibstistfon in October, and lu
December none . at all.
Tax Federal Court-room In this city I
has been for eight days past the theatre
of a trial of the greatest importance to the
distilling Interest, 15 well as the forum In
Which aconsidenons professional triumph
hag been won. Our local columns afford
the details of points especially adjudicated,
which we print for the Information of the
In this place, we propose only to I
refer to the efistingnisbed ability and sue.
ewes with which ,District Attorriey Sworn
has throughout a protracted controiersy,
maintained the Interests of the Gov-
ern meat and vindicated the dis
cretion of his official superior; in
committing the most Important trusts
to his hands. The proceedings being
in the nature of a criminal information
by the revenuethificers, against certain
parties for a violation of the law, three
counts, ontof four, in tho indictment hsve
been sustained by the Court. And this,
notwithstanding the most zealous efforts
of, counsel for the offenders, who, it If
said, had not hesitated more than ale°
to predict their amplete trinmP s °vet.
the Elistnet Attorney. When it is seen'
that this officer has in this contest been!
opposed by his ',Own prcdecessor to tha I
place, whose familiarity with the techni
catkin of such lineation must be admitted
the result cont ha marked honor upon itui
professional abilities of Mr. Sworn.
OUR PROGRE , SIN ' EALTH
The House Ways and Means Com
mit-la) is ready to report a bill . reducing _
the receipts from internal revenue by 'a
sum.of thirty millions al ... dollars. No
inlormation u to the specific items of the
bill has yet. transpired. The internal
taxes were reduced at the first session of
that XXXIXth Congress *00,000,90 0 ;
at the second session *40,000,000 more;
by the XLlst Corigress $70,000,000-,
and now *83,000.000 arc yet to be taken
off. Hera are *200,000,000 abated in
these form . , -of taxation. Yet for the
year ending In January, 1809, the total
receipts were only $159,181,127.29, and for
the year ending is June next, in the faro
of aU Oats reduetiou, the receipts cannot
well be less than.*175,000,000. What a
magnificent illustration of the rapidly re
cuperating wealth and national strength
l of- the peopled "We now tax," says
Gen. GARTIPLO, "only throe things,:
First; the vices of tlio country in its con
sumption of liquor and tobacco; second,
the Inutries of the country; third, the
realized wealth of the country in incomes
and gross receipts." This, continued he,
`iconstitutes the simple creed of our inter
SUBMISSION UNDER PROTEST. -
The decision of the Supreme Court, to
reconsider its former decision o'n the legal-
Lander' Act, and to reopen the argument
wee reached after a t.. .protracted coneulta
Ilon of the Judges, four of whom dis
rented from the conclusion. These were
Justices Chase, Nelson; 'Fields and Clif
ford, the tame four'who promulgated'tbe
judgment In Griswold's case. Justices
Ili ter , Swayne, Davie, Strong and
Bradley have determined to hear further
argument upon the great question at issue.
We take this occasion to repeat that, so
long es that judgment stands care.
versed, it should command the pub
lie - obedience. Judicial forme have
been preserved In its rendition, no
matter what collateral objections may
have been disregarded by the quasi ma
jority. That these objections have a
weight which now controls a majority of
the 101 l bench, to show its readiness to
re-egamine the basis of the judgment, is
no good reason, either that we should re
gard its reversal ma foregone conclusion,
'or that the people should deny its present
—We hope that the judgment may be
speedily reversed,but until then we should
njolas to see It universally suspected as
the lei of the land. _ _
The decision in Griswold's CIAO ex
prosily held that greenbacks were not a
leg►btender for debts incurred before
February, 1862. Inferentially, thalami
of that judgment not only did not ex
clude the idea of a =betel:tent decision
'invalidating legaltelder for debts of a
subsequent date, but have actually seemed
to justify a grave apprehension that even
tually the same four judges, if unchecked;
would proceed to overturn all that was
thus left of the Act of 'B2, and extinguish
the legal under principle altogether. For
this reason, we may find .satisfaction in
lbe general belief that, whatever the Court
may now hold to be the law as to debts
of a preview' date, the absolute constitu
tionality of the Act as to debts later con
t tracted will be emphatically declared.
! We should then know - the worst of it,
I and have less difficulty in becoming rec
onciled to The principle of cola-liabllity
I for debts contracted on the coin-basis.
rem BORDER !MATES AND THE
Of all the States, in which the old doe.
trine of political proscription for race
or color prevailed, Delaware la the first to
render a practical submission to the new
Constitutional rule. The colored men of
Wilmington voted at the municipal elec
tion on the end. Sow theyvoted is of
'no consequence comparatively; that they
WOO voters at all is of vastly more sig.
I filth:ant importance to Delaware. Her
material prosperity In the future has gain
ed new forces, the reach and vigor of
which language cannot adequately ex.
tinder the armor regime, Maryland has
been very largely Democratic. The fu
ture. situation involves much political
doubt; if the new voters support Republi.
eattnominations, it would not be impose&
lite for the Democracy to lose their con.
Wolof the State. Hence, It has become
an interesting question, in their Iregisle.
lure, how thoroughly and cordially they
shall acquiesce in the new order of things.
It is the settled policy of the State to zeg
later all voters, and provision 'must be
- tirade at once for the admission of the col
ored 'men to the lists. We note with
pleasure ! that the Democrats decline an
Unprofitable contest with the Federal-au.
thority. Their State Committee advises
the Legislature to, amend the Registry law'
at once, so as to conform to the Article,
suggesting that any failure in Has duty
cannot but challenge and receive the
speedy Interposition of Congress. Mr.
Stone; one of the Maryland Congressmen,
was present at the deliberations of the
Committee, and made this very forcible
• - The adoption of It Constitutional
Amendment wax a political end not a
Judicial question. If the political de.
pertinent of the 'Government declared
the Amendment adopted, the judicial
department could not decide that A was
not adopted: that we ((. e., the Demo.
creole party) could get no relief, if we'
considered it a grievance, by any appeal
to the Courts.
It remains to be seen whether the Leg
shall adopt In good faith, and ex.
acute the recommendation from the Dem.
We have as yet no indications from
Kentucky, of any official action to con
form the actual franchise in that State to
the obligations of the Article. gut we
hive too sincere confidence in the political
tact of the hitherto dominant farty, to
doubt for an instant that Kentucky will
submit herself to an inevitable situa
tion. Her acquiescence may besome
l'what dilatory, but it will ultl.
mately be complete, The resulting
effect upon her State politics will be con
spicuous, but it Is by no means certain of
extinguishing . a fifty thousand Democratic
—The border States are thus to be re
constructed in the only method practica
ble under the Constitution and warranted
by the facts. Whatever the political con
sequences of the new policy may be to
these Staten, le will prove is si true of
the.other two ss of Delaware that this en
largement of their political citizenship, to
comprehends numerous class heretofore
proscribed, will add wonderfully to the
active elements underlying the material
fabrics In all of those Commonwealths.
Si E. 00111) OF THE .SILNIKING FOND
ROEMER I. •
The Lancaster Esathiner publishes a
correct report of all
Cull :n ot d es sP
ir P td intenti chw Y ere taken in the House,
on the hill to construct four railways ou t
o f the assets in the sinking-In)d of the
commenwealtb. ThefSenate had already
passedthe bill, and it had been sent down
for the concuirenc6 of the other body.
We extract so much of the record as ex.
hibits the votes of the six Rspresenthlives
On-the 17th ult. it was moved to pro.
creed to the second reading and consider.
lion of the bill. Carried, 55 to 37, Taylor
and Walton voting aye, Humphreys,
Kerr, Millar and White nay.
Before the result of thi4 vote was de
clared, a point of order was made that a
two-thirds troth would-be necessary to
take up the bill. The Speaker pro tern
decided against the point, an appeal was
taken and the Speaker sustained, 59 to
27,-llnmphreys, Millar, Taylor and
Walton aye, Kerr and White nay.
After the first section was read r it was
moved to postpone the bill to the next
Monday. Lost, 42 to 47—Humphreys,
Kerr, Millar and White for postponement.
Taylor and Walton against It.
It was then moved to adjourn. Last,
34 to 55—Kerr and White aye, Millar,
Taylor and Walton nay.
The previous question Rag was en
demanded and ordered, 57 to 34—H -
phreys, Millar, Taylor and Walton a 6,'
Kerr and White nay.
The question was then put cat.the ft t
section, which was agreed to, 54 to 11,..r
Millar, Taylor aid Walton aye, Hum
phreys, Kerr and White nay.
The next morning the bill came up on
the question of its final passage. A motion
.to postpone was lost, V. to 64 —Kerr and
White aye, Humphreys, Millar Taylor
and Walton nay.
A motion that the main question should
be then taken, was carried, 62 to N
I Taylor and. Walton aye, Humphreys,
1 Kerr , Millar and White nay.
1 .- And the main question was taken, Surd
the bill passed, 01 to 35—Millar, Taylor
and Walton aye, Humphreys, Kerr and .
I White, nay. ‘ -
—Messrs. Kerr and White fought against
the bill in all its stages, and upon city
motion; Messrs. Taylor. and Walton ss
uniformly supported It In every vele
which they cast; Messrs. Humphreys and
Millar were sometimes on one aide and
sometimes .nn the other. Of nine votes
upon this bill, Mr. Illamohreys acted with
its friends three times, including the call
for the previous question,
five times, and missed ono vote. Mr.
Millar voted with them six times and
against them three times.
The Republicsns of Allegheny thus
know precisely where their4Represenla
LEGIML (TIVE 'NAC EMI .1E
Forgery, as well as robbery, seems to
be the fashion at Harrisburg. The Gov
ernor, on the 30th, returned ► bill with
the announcement that "It had never
passed either Senate or House, although
a bill of the garde number and title, and
essentially different provisions, did pars
both Houses, at the same time the one
presented for approval parports to have
been passed," whereupon the Governor
adder .. .
On examination it appears that the bill
aproved, when presented, was in tin,
canal form, certined by the comparing
1 1 clerk to have been compared, and signed
by the Speakers of the House and Senate
as usual In other case*. Bow did the
false and fraudulent bill which did not
pus get substituted for the genuine one
which didpout This la a grave 'ques
tion, Irrespective of the merits or demer
its of thesetwo hills; and I earnestly in
vite the immediate attention of the Sen..
ate and House to the subject.
If this novel and diegreoefni species of
fraud shall bo tolerated, no one can fore
[ell the evil coneequences which may
ensue; and the Legislature owe It to
themselves, to the public interests In
volved, end to tho Executive whose of
ficial signature has been thus secured to
a fraudulent bill, under false pretenses,
to at once institute a prompt and thor
ough investigatlon, the end that the
guilty perdu ; mayto theme
speedy and condign punishment. I also
recommend that if the facts be found as
alleged the abt be forth
ou W. with re G pe a aled.
MIS I S. THEIR UAL •
The cottio 's guard of Cuban bond
holders in New York bad thetheek,hut
month, to elect Gov. raLnen, of Illinois,
as one of the Vice Presidents of the A
ssociation. The Governor promptly. de
clines the doubtful honor. His official
position does not comport with complicity
in an illegal conspiracy to make War
against a power in amity with the Union.
"But if not prevented by the foregoing
condition! from accepting this position,
there are others that are sufficient to pre
vent me from doing so.
"I have no evidence that the so-called
Patriotic party In Cuba ban decreed the
abolition of idavery, and the feet, that
1 1 their leader is Gen. Jordan who was for
years in arms against our ' free Govern•
e s v la id ve e r n y ee ,
o a f lrd
~r a d c s h m a rze
Intention The curse et Cuba is slavery I
—the political slavery of one clam, and
1 the personal servitude of the black and
i mixed races. I have no sympathy with
slaveholders or the friends of slavery;
and until the insurgent party of Cuba
openly and solemnly denounce the in
stitution of human slavery, and make
theinselves responsible for its Overthrow;
I atn unwilling to assist them, or ask
others to do so.
. - -
AN earnest effort is to be made to re- '
candle all differences among the 'Repub.
licensor Virginia. The respective chair
men of the three Republican Stale Com
minces have united in a call for a general
conference of the party is mase-meeting,
at Richmond, on the 21st inst.' The call
It is deemed of the utmost Importance
that all the elements of Reptiblicsuilim
in the State should be united in action.
as they ere no doubt bound in principle,
and gives es the object of - the conference
the taking of. such Asps as shall moat
=rely result in ,the reorganisation °Ube
Republican assty in
people the State
in its t rue
piste It Wife the
light as the party of liberty and equality,
and as alone suited to the present emer
gencies of the , State and nation. .The
mil farther recites that, the platform of
the party should be broad and national
In its principles; and its policy liberal
and just to all clause and conditions of
men. After the example of the State
turned over to the enemies of the part y
bye faithless Executive, the Republica
should require no urging to meet
perfect the organixatiou ,for the future.-
A Committee from the l cilicalio
at Washington, having declared that "the
entirebniinem interests of the West-were
opposed to the Funding MU. "tho'.Chl
raga Journal offers this pertinent com
We cannot believe thou* gentlemen
would allow their zeal to so far outran
their honesty alt to make any such state
ment. Nothing could be farther from
the truth. Lyn Monday a petition was
introduced on 'Change protesting against
PoolallY. The Prost
ate passage of the Fainting bill. the
its object and the deek
d er d seventh
fw eeet e
thin to it , stating
at w hi c h jt might be found. After two
days the number of shmatures attached
were pnly eight Conetgerlng that there
are some - thirteen hu members of
thoßoard of trade, is a firedmtly bar
and full exponent of pubilo sentiment
among Western buignetes men. In the
fsoe of this it is idtnply absurd to damn
that the West Ls opposed to the bill. The
fact is that outside of the national banks
'there Is remarkable unanimity among
the Western business public in favor 01
ITTSB ItGi - 1 1 A ILI GAZETTE;
TEE DCIENGO VOTE. •
We have heard that the islanders have
voted ten to • one in favor of American
annexation. The official dispatches paint
everything in rose color: the CaIITBE
was peaceful—in the agricultural dis•
tricts almost unanimous; "the ,peoPle
only wish for -tcanquility and security,
in order that they may devote themselves
to industry," there was no governmcntal.
interference, not even one soldier being
near the polls; everything in now quiet,
but everybody anxious for this American
union which is to bring salvation to the
public and 4 social interests of Ban Domin
go, &c., he is all very flee. Let
in hear the other, and probably the real
story. We quote from the Boston Post
k as follows:
By a private leak ; from San Domingo. I!
under date of March 3, we learn more I
about the reported enthusiasm. In favor m
of annexation to this country. A well-
gentliman writes that no
voting by ballot has taken pacO, but that
the so-called will of the people was ob.
tained by summoning all citizens, old
and young, to appear before the Govern
or and sign a paper which represents
their wish for the incorporation of the
Island with the United Status, as a terri
tory. The Commander of Arms orders
.all the soldiers In his command to sign;
the Commodore of the Port brings up the
naval officers and seamen to swell the
list; and the municipal authorities do the
Came with all under their control. It hi
stated that Admiral Poore and the new
Consul have been grossly deceived in
I the whole matter; that two thirds of the
llpeople are opposed to annexation, being.
deterred from expressing their opinions
only by fear of punishment, and that as
soon as the transfer takes place our Gov
ernment will have to send troops to sup
TUE BORDER RAW CL LIMA
Isere are samples of the claims audited
and allowed against the ConiMonwealth,
by the Commissioners who "examin
ed" theabills put In by suffering citizens
in the boNer counties which were inva
ded by the rebels. It 'was pay. Xhese de
mends, that a two or three million appro
priation was recently about to be made
by our Legislature. Read I
Charles Seltzer, DicConnellsburg:
Salt of clothes (black cloth)
One barn, is pound; at 15 cents—. 270
One shoulder, 14 rounds, 1234 cents 1 70
Sof:Fenn in township of Ayr, Fut
ton county: 180-days service for
horse Improperly pressed In Uni
ted States service, at 40 coots per
day 72 00
For lose on said bores by reason of -
being broken down 00 00
'ate destroyed 75 00
Two blankets taken by rebels 10 00
r.. 47 00
Sufferer In saute township:
Half barrel of mackerel } 2d 50 0
Sundries . 20 00
New hat 3 50
Henry Bear, Franklin county:
_Two haute, about 16 nouuda each 20
Soap, butter, apple butter, - and
mackerel _ 16 00
lisp of horse eight days 3 20
Tile Supreme Court Prothonoiartee
The Philadelphia Press says
The Prothonotaries of the Supreme
Court of this State In Philadelphia, Pitts
burgh and Harrisburg have, ler the past
twenty years, beton. Democrate,•owing to
the fact that when the time came round
for their appointment, every three_yearai
the Court was composed of a majority of
Slncoll36o this State has been Republi
can, though in ISIS the efforts of one of
the Democratic appointees came near re.
storing the Democratic party to power;
sod. but for the timely interference of
the three Republican judges, he would
have succeeded. Had not his system of
fraudulent naturalization been peremp
torily stopped by Judges Reed and Ag
new, Mr. Pershing might now be upon
the bench to reward the -e florts made in
Fortduately. however, our Supreme
Court is today In harmony with the ma
jority party of the State. and Will see to
it that these onlosa are Riled by gentle
men who were loyal at all times during
the war, and whose integrity, political or
otherwise, is above suspicion.
Wo deem it unnecessary to suggest that
the new appointees should be gentlemen
of experience, robit'and fitness, and
trust that Judge p s Reed, Agnew and Wll.
Vets will appolat no others.
Tax refusal of the managers of the
Philadelphia Academy of Music to open
their building for the delivery of a lee
lure by the colored Senator, REVSI.9,
elicita a dignified rebuke from the Nora
- American. We quote :
The action of this b,erd of filrertors is
too, to the. additional objection of
Inconsistency: for, unless our memory ba
entirely at fault, they permitted their
stage to be occupied by blind. Toni, a
'legs) boy with a very decided genius for
music, but otherwit:eai moat revolting .
object. It hen not considered inex.
podient to degrade t building dedica
ted to mnelc by the a [Maiden of wander
ing troupes of juggle . acrobats and the
leg drama: but it is u wise to permit the
rostrum to be occupied by au Intelligent
gentlatrian of good oduradlon, and. ad.
witted as a peer in tbst body which is
coeslderod to etnbrace the highest talent
c t t
In the nation, solely. so far as we eau
learn, becalms in hi veins flows the
blooded that'unforton to race that, until
thievery day, were recited and de.
prived of the dearest rights of manhood
only because of their-color.
TnE Dominican treaty, like a wounded
snake, drags its slow length along. One
of the severest blows yet dealt it was
that administered by Senator Casserly,
The ground had appeared to be very wel
covered by the speeches of Messrs. Sum.
ner and Schurz; but though coming last,
Mr. Casserly contrived to present the
subject in an entirely new and most in.
teresting light. Besides the point
was strongly urged against the inrpo.
ration of more persons of an Inferior
race, the Senator urged_ further that no
great people or nation had'ever flourished
in the tropical region. The wisdom of
preserving a homogenous race and people,
and of adhering to oar own spCcial field
of development In the temperate zone,
was also presented, Mr. Queerly etuoting
with facility the passage from Tennyson,
••ie,lerefty vs. of YuroPe than ride of
Thu plea fora great naval elation was
met by the position that the past had fully
demonstrated the power of the American
people to meet all the emergencies of a
ghat war without recourse, beforehand,
to the bloated armaments which are so
EurseVero s burden upon the laboring poorof
Europe. The United States Were, he be.
lieved, able to defy the hostility of all
Europe combined. The important point
was also elicited that, by treaty, both the
Doininican and the Ilaytien governments
have guaranteed the integrity each of the
other against foreign absorption. firr.
Sumner and Mr. Conlding, and other
Senators have warmly complimented the
ability of this speech.
Tax Senate Committee on Military
Affairs will take up, on Monday, Gen.
Logan's army bill, as passed by the
House, and. also the one introduced in
the Senate by Senator Wilson. There is
a disposition on the part of the Commit•
tee to take the best parts of. both bills
and make a new one. There is unanim
ity between members of the Committee
on the subject of - ieducing the aggregate
expenses of the army,„ is probable that
the pay table in the Rouse bill will be. in
corporated in, the_new bill. Senator
Wilson's propositio is to reduce the rank
and file of the army about eight thousand
men, and 4.0 provide for mustering out
those officers whose services, in the
opinion of the commanders of dif
ferent departments, can best be dispensed
A I.ARON number. of Representatives
and many members, of the House Com•
mittee on Postofficei declare their belief
that the Senate will take no decided action
in regard to the House bill abolishing the
franking privilege. It is believed that
the Senate will delay the corisideration of
the bill as long as possible, and endeavor
to postpone action until the end of the
session, or that it will be so eded, If
action is bad; as to render it im . impoest n ble
for the House to concur, and thus effectu
ally defeat the bill.
FOR ROOSTED WELT= OASTME n
• For Unsorted Mtbite fholtalo Soso,
' sae Importad White Castaie Soap,
l " g P 'f3l l iir
t rort hs For Mottled Oat
rot Mottled CaSthe boa?,
Noy 'Mottled Castile hasp,
isby tbe box.'slosle osidr by helm , nd and
ts totsileskse, at etill-Tery 101 SI. st
DitUlf sTOltdo -
!kenor lose oaf 81.s:h Snewdd, told
Where yld end Eambleit ILlniontliOnt Of
ntui., thou:dealt, reinunerloa and ratent
Itadletaea of alt Mods.
Mao, ICalltsh ae4 Scotch Mee bilhe east on
'Mole dozen, at the loweatialeaat
MONDAY MORNING, APRII, 4, 1870
Revenue Officers Requlie.d to be Cour
The following circular has been sent to
all assessors and collectors throughoutthe
Orrick OP herds AL REVERT:FE.
WAPIELINGTON March 29, 1870.
fint : I desire to call your attention to
the fact that frequent complaints are made
by tax-payers that Internal revenue offi
cers are-uncivil and offensive in the exe
cution of official duties.
Yon will especially enjoin it upon your
assistant assessors to guard against giving
muse for such complaints. The greatest
4vnity and Courtesy should be observed
officers while in the discharge of their
official duties. No rude or offensive lan
guage should be Indulged in, and no harsh
or improper conduct practiced: . Anyi vio
lation of theme directions should be re
garded as cause for removal. •
These suggestions are not intended in
any, manner to diminish the efforts of ofil•
cers to enforce the laws. That work
must be done efficiently and resolately,
without fear or favor; but It should be
done kindly, decorously, and such 4
manner as to give no just 'grounds for
offense.. 'I am aware of the difficulties
which internal revenue - officers have to
encounter. During the war the abunl
dance of money and a spirit of patriotism
prompted men to pay their taxes;tithe - tut
complaint. Now, money is mor valutif
his, business less remunerative, and all
fear for the stability and perpetuity of the \
Government has vanished.
Persons now resist taxation who here-,
tofore paid cheerfully, and rulings of this
office made by former Commissioners,
and which have hitherto been cheerfully
obeyed, are now not unirequently op.
pJsed with bitterness, and denounced as
the arbitrary and Illegal decisions' of the
This is referred to In order to show the
neceasity_of prudence, c ourte s y, and con
ciliation on the part f outcast in the dis
charge of their official duties, and not in
any manner to justify any neglect or
Minion to enfOICOLJEIIIy and fairly the
laws against all persons, without distinc
tion and without favor. Taxation, in
order to be just, moat be impartial, and
enforced upon all classes according to the
exact measure of their ability. a. great
wrong would be done, therefore, If the
law were enforced
only against • portion
of those who are embraced within its
provisions, and nothing could justify ex
ecutive officers In allowing any discrimi
nation In this regard.
Very respectfully, •
C. DaLsao. Commissioner.
Mr. TILTON has cant oat a circular, says 1-
Hie New York Times, a circular inviting
people to forward, at once, their names to
him as supporters of the "woman en-,
franchisement" movement. He promises
all who reupoud to him favorably that the
"day will come when their children and
children's children will be proud -of the
record." How Mr. Tilton can be sure
of this, be does not explain, but the poet
Whittler has sent him eletter in which he
says: `I have very small faltli - in my
ability to settle, or help settle any such
differences. • • it I do not think I
ought to send my seine at random Into
what is to me altogether mysterious."
This letter is called by the Independent
"characteristic." It is certainly (lame
teristic of a ;cable man, and all persons
who also possess common sense will
share Mr. Whittier's reluctance to send
t their names at 'random into what is
ADTICES from the First Booth Carolina
district repreaeat that Whittemore's re
election is by no means certain. Ile has
s strong opponent In Mr. T. 13. Dann,
who Is said to be a conservative, a' man
of ability, and until the close of Ott war
a citizen of Massachusetts.
'BATH FROM A RUPTURE
The danger from niptare Is ten times greater
ban is gent-rsily believed, and wklist we have
• o detirs to excite Inordinate fear. we would at
he same time layltaltte attention of the afflicted
to an appropriate rented Y. sod that remedy cau
date In a properly ettJusitd and so!table TRIP.
ate coin of which Is very little more than sf even
nu ordinary Instrument. to =octers arpertaln ,
ing to health. and even life wet. no one.can be
toocare fel. We bkve often known a badly suing
tram to allow a rupturebeoome unmanageable
and bis Tend the control of the p :non so aftleted.
which need never have been the eau if • truss
bed been attcd by one stilled in the net of amity.
110.• often have we lens pereone for Teen al,
.cd with. a Bationocceele or rupture
tt know what ailed them, ami have allowed It
continue Without knowing o whom to apply
rr redid% 'go one Iroold !coll t ege In soM care
Ames. with retard to line other et the realltom
,r difficulties or lire. lied it the y were aware or
he Imminent danger Mar nemt upon heroin
would not In that.
There are. be•ldee. 40 many other conditions
or en atmenrusal kind that .Iml...hernia, that
It would al wars be best fir those oaletid io
.poly to the most competent sad unproved sour
ces. They oR, ndo this, and the public are rut
Limn. out that Inch.st apoltance l•
the cheap st, nut only In regard to ii, but
alto• Potter =otters where ko Important •
mar ter no health is concerned.
A good rm. surgeon In • Community where •
displacement like that of rapture exielg to such
(maul cute t its it does now, ought to be prop.
trip appreciated and encouraged. We ante fre
quently seen m malty as her a dotes tenors Sp.
plied for the retention of hernia where no bemire
extorted, and neglected wh_ir one ought to have
hero applied.-Is it any wonser then. that. we
Invite the attention of those Millar d In that gray
to our superior facilities and applimee• for the
relief and cure or tosommon and dangerous is
TIPS]. an•t apollanues for every dlplanemeni,
lth competent sad experleneed.nertone to • •
IT them, at Dr. Keyser'a 0 reed -Medicine titer •
na Medical Ofdeo, No. SW/ Liberty street. Dr
oiler's onion Winn from oL. 11. until 1 r. Y.
MI 1,00 3 until 6, and 1 to 9 at alight far Us
atment of all chronic dtseaare.'
Tun RESPOIOOIVM ER. LITIES OF THE
The liver hoe a very 'moonset pert to perform
In the naiad ecunomy....lts Yaw lon le twee fold.
The hold whlsh It secretes tempers the blood and
regulates the bowels, and rya.a the moonily ad
einal:ty of the secretion depends. In a treat de
ree, the adatetlon or the blood to the acquire
ments of the ' , yenta sod the due remove/ of the
refuse matter winch retains to the leteennes
otter the work of digestion led LW,. Imam.'
floe of the principal ages of Meter. to billtomach
inners is to tone end control this somewhat un
ruly organ. The anti-Whoa. propertie. of toe
Prearatlon are scarcely st combat , to Its virtlP •
as • atom...hie Ile operation upon the liver le
not violent like that of mercury, but gradual and
gentle. Instead of creating a sudden Lumen In
that aeosie. cloud. It regulate. Ile action by de.
Wee.. Hence, It la • Sqls remedy for bilious dis
order.. will., mercury, being • trefeenala
chant, Is not. The more naturally and nuttily •
Aliened urgmn eta he teetered to Ite•ormal con.
dition the better. end It le the peculiar property
of thie hared...Ye:enable alterative to retntorce
and regulate without exciting or caavulaing.
Toe, access w Melt bas attended tle r use sa rm.
ea for affection. 01 the lin ris proverbial. Pee
lle. of • idllous habit who take It habitual'. m •
Protection agaluat the attacks tow atch they are
censtitationelly liable. pronoun it the beat
liver male in eminenee. The enaptome of an
euronal Olaf billoumess can hardly be mis
taken. At pain in the right side or eider the
blade., ir entree tinge lie the White. Of
the *yak tick headache. • feeling of
low 'Plate , 'S.. of appetite. .nattPation ana
general debility aro among the usual lodination.
of • morilld coalitioner the liver. resorted to
they appear the hitters &Mudd be to to
order to ward, off more set Plus et osequences.
Au ulti'iirttla".3gaS.A,Yalmar'clb 8 A A, 171870. I
Mr:AN ELECTION FOR SEVEN
' DIItItCTURA to terve r tbe cata
log g , ar oat be 11.14 at the Banking House, No.
43 Ohio ttreet, on TUILSDLY. APRIL 411 4 b 4"
10. en tile boars ad andtt F. N.
JAb. N. RIDDLE.
ksi7g/rAeWesOokit)amia l ,.iliu4
'TARTANS AND GARDENERS
W. W. KNOX'S •
Agricultural Seed laouse
.PII3;fII3ERTY 13T 11 P.
NOTIC TO SHIPPERS.
BUFFALO AND TO THE NORTH !
The ALLIta HEN it VALLIVIr ItAILBOAD CO.
.1 , 717;7 lIU1 '4541
Klllir, tableralrrpuraila In%'YICOTY.P.Nr.
NPIW i 010 C.
Yur rYIYY. apply to
ly. C.-MICELI/ITH, Frelyht Agouti
Corm, Ylko m.llllll Werth ritt•bumk•
STOVES AND TltQmeßn
FENDERS, MAP BONZES, TIBZ IRO% le. ,
1[1[1[01:W11 IN. 11/11TV ioksys.
' are jut Itt receipt of s t o
very gimlet," gapes Tea. Doi OP *.
torquer - 0
tea pound redeirret 0 0 Ay OA
er:tval , vls flen Tritielseo; for eslat.l
Jon A. 31.gleS8LW.
ml , lO ' • Corner Liberty sad Moth Mosta
'CORD & CO.,
Wholesale Dealeis in
S, CAPS AND STRAW GOODS,
131 Wood Street,
We have in our SPRING goods'
bought for Cash, and at GREAT RR
IiIIETION IN PRICES. MERCHANTS
are cordially invited to examine our
Stock, which is very large, embracing
all the Late Styles in
SUN SHADES. ETC
CAPS lir every variety, and a gen
eral stook of all kinds of STRAW
GOODS for Men, Boys and Children.
We are daily receiving FRESH
NOBS from the lantifacturers,
which the great decline in gold
makes our goods as cheap as before
U.S. CUSTOM floor. roar Or PITIOIV.OII. I
Soavaroall inc.; Watch AIL IBM I
G i VERNMENT
BY •UTIOUIIY 07 :11.
Hon. GEO. S. BOUTWELL;
Secretary of the Treasury,
I telli . offer it rubbe ►action, on MONDA.T, tb
4th day of April, 11174, at 151 M.. at tha COS
TOM ROOM aforeaslO, tbst WOO. of too MA
HINZ I:IO9CITAL LOT Iylcg east or on the oppe
llosplel Itel:ding by .Id street. This probertY
between two •od three acres
led cta ie to the Ilna or Altextien7 CUT, and
unaorpassed for snanntieinitna PusPonnes
log to Its proximity to the <kiss of Ylltaborik
Allegheny. and Its fseilltna tor moat's'
asij Crinilonby tba riusburib. F.%
•bleaato Itallroad,and the Filtaborin
id railroad, .tale the Onto rlveit.,
equal quarterly payments...he first of which eball
he mode on the 10th of June next, w*.th In crest
from the day of tale until paid.
Tall details will be elves at the Ifeds and plat
All bids must be made subject to
the approval of the Secretary of
the Treasury, the Departmeit re
s tvia.r, the right to reject any or
all bids if deemed to the interest
of the Goveromint to do so.
IitIRVITOU Or CtibTollS
TRE BEST BARGAINS
. AT 90 MITS. _
Ladies' lean Britlsk Coadu MMus
AT AS CENT'S.
Ladies' Heavy British Calton Stacking*
AT 3 CAIRN 1011 01.011..
Ladies' Euper Britith Cotton Stockings
♦T 310 CZNW.
NBA'S BEIM BRITISH COTTON SOCK
AT 3115 CENTS.
KEN'S 113ITY 'RUCH COTTOI_,IIOCII.
MERINO GAUZE UNDERWEAR
AT VARY WW PA10621
HISSES, BOYS AND CHILDREN'S
COTTON STOCKINGS .
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICKS AT
lORGANSTERN & Co's,
ILICRUM, CLYDE dc CO.,
Nos. 78 and 80 Market Street
J. G. KTEPIRNSOX
V. T. 81111001.
No. 115 Wood Street,
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
Of New York.
IMO BROADWAY, NEW TORR.
°edifier. wank, Life Pelletal •BOOLUTZLT
No a-TURVIIITABLI from payment of drat
epeeist ln.anuee NON-lAPIITABLO. after
ton anneal payment. All policies • IiCoNTILIT.
ea u i fina .1
T r u „ r r
lITI tril d STTIVZ V AV . I :Fan
Prred Premiums, and NO INCREASE of annual
ritrglit VitilgrirerLll6Ta ton p uTe d M i er
ANTLE N INTERICaT pian..l7o noTz
cleabeeome. rilita!za r lf:P_Alre &NI/ in about
Te a ploTAPlreer e Llitt ' lerTin i ti2 n erd=en e t
policies are hinted; also, amtranw. Den.
cies and meanie.
CONNENCEMENT RUMPUS of this Com
pany ewes la one year to April lat, 1810: Ma
ori% nft(NLOOD; Paltelet issued. a.soo:
amount Insured. sl,64lo,lftift; nmornt or Ore
Rood, MItITO ti nted Ur. it
pence, or Tallaeoltilt Or ALLSaillrY 00..
muumuu. Apro Ist, 11110.
IPIIIEUVANCE OF THE slit
-In• &Wee of an Aet relatlegU; Allegheny wan
ts. ef4refed the Jet del of KeY.2161. and of
the amendment to bete settles. approved the
3010 du of March, 1500. I do_ hereby give So.
Dee that the Duplicates for the several Ward..
Boroughs aud Township!, efillbe open. aad I will
be pretared to nestra the
County, State, Poor, Work Home and
Improvement Tani for 1870,.
Oa sad after the Ist day. of ILIT. 11110.
gudd maaa can be pad at able odleeinitil the lat
day of Allfili.i with u dedoketlas of 71V& PER
PENT. r,. .r. 3.1)% MUMS to all persona DaYlelf
the whole menet of thele Lazes. '
There .11 be no deduction allowed &Thad the .
Meath of As pat. There will be
IN v. purr vs.
146 Cirvit Arret
T 1328 PER oincr. ADDED
ITo an Lasaa nosalslas sagad as Meld Salo
seitlPer• Is t , ' ie. iiinsitivrox.
apt „•4!:deir TNI of auger es, ow.
Nos. 180 and 182 Federal Street,
GREAT BARGAINS IN
COLORED POPLIN ALPACAS,
Double Warp Black Alpacas,
AT VIET LOW PRIOk.B AT ,
iSEI\ 1 OLE'S
111E•LiTIFUI. IiTYLIES IN
NEW SPRING DELAINES
VA - AtT CHIrAr £T
DRESS ANDSHIRTING PERCALES
AT POPULAR PRICKS; AT
A Large and Complete Stock
TO SELECT FROM
Wholesale and Retail,
Nos. 180 and 182 Federal Street,
HORNE & CO'S.
Hosiery Gloves !
EXTENSIVE AND CHOICE ASSORTMENTS
Prices Unknown Since 1861
ALZMANintr..tl YID OLOVIZ,
♦ MI assortment at 5i..76
LONG TOP KIDD, tholes shades,
• At 19.00.
NIGULAB MADE BNITISIIIIO3Z,
PLAIN AND RIBEED COTTON HOSZ
• 10 cents and no. •
DOWLITIC COTTON ROSISHY.
- By Cue or Demi.
UXNTB' SUFI& STOUT HALF HOU.
BOPZIL PINS HALF HWY.
Also, eplendid asserutients
SASH AND BOW RIBBON&
LADIES' FANCY BOMB.
.LARGE ADDITIONS TO STOLE
Jut arriving. to which we Invite the attention
of Wholesale atilt Retail Caih buyers.
ig 19 JVIARKET STREET.
CO-PART N ER SHIP.
OltiratT M. COST bas Wads, been admitted
a. smatter of our/rm. U. RIGBY a C 3.
/Tut. 1, 11110. -
Etirr.A.131.11,31-IED 182 S
111 MY 1110117'..11.1[1211110111'..1011T. Y. CC,
CURT & CO.,
No_ 180 14BERTY ST.,
atteetto„Altfhltegttlrie ge - hts In the chore
curd Wrier dlock, ttuperted directly
feuds the hen ILdrupeau saaraals.aad we are sty
reeeelog a rtesh and de...Lester 16t ef above
The most extensive and substantial Saw Mill
la Allegheny eoesty.. situated ha the bust•
nays postion or the ell yy ak the 1.4 of liltb
west. PitUburt with large Yards and-good
Water, Barge sad Mont Yard.
The Improvements aro cn leased ground on
• ry valuable terms. 7he los Ilea WM feet along
allenhen• Valley Rallroad. ans talon , . from
Spruce ' , ley t o Myer bank sho feet, with 800
feet Silver landing.
VALUABLE 13 EUEEILE KILL,
Separate from Saw 11111- 71.at.ellas Bmge and
'teat Yard. Blacksealth letsop..i.abase.•e. Pe
se. on Orem any time. flit 1. & rare tippers
nAy for an entorrprlatnir party teen age le &largo
see Inu,Stable Lumber sea Seat - business, re
eaten, but recuul cap
Foot o Twonty•soventb atreet•
SPOONS, FORKS, KNIVES, Ac.,
WATTLES & SREATER'S
rersotim doing td hoodtketplax woo d do we
to WI and ea our dle BTOCKOP SILVER. PM,
Alm, a Lip acartment AMERICAN
CLOCIEd, altealjyta at year low Dtle.. ,- . , 14. 1
NeNAUGIIER & C 0.,,
No. 271 Sandusky St.,- Allegheny
Stone andißrick Paving.
Cab 'Stone furni led and set. Grading and
Cellar Digging. All 0,,,,, prointal Worded
to. Office hose from IA M. to St r. N. rostot
gee addresi. Allegtiesy oily. Cs. ndati.telltrx
Proposal. for the erection of the Alleelvy
Candy Monument (to be vetted on
nesethary 8111, 'Alls &say.) will be received at
t►e one. of the nudersigued. No. 64 Grant
etreet, (where the plans, spathe ,000 nue epee-
Mien of done can be seen) no to APRIL 14th.
1110. ,The antral to be .warded to Mob:meet
and bolt bidder.
'pommy. TO motile DEALERS
ALND COWIMMIMS.We are now rreelv-
WA :Cr Ahalbit&U'TND ra."1.8111.1
WYILA pnrchasod to tilbeces. Perks. Alma
end Mem cotosues. Indiana. Tbli lot
la t his best to be roma sod cansot
Wheat y la the Uoltod htetes.
_We lace also Waited oar lotbroyemeAt44
Ireellml. Bottler to .12d 00. 110 0
Coe are 00. brewed to Varnish the boss river
ire Yoe au& (Cr tea years as prim th at defy
cotepolittoo on the same :trades Of lour.
W. W.& EWA..
I ' rearl Stews 11111. Alleabay.
1;40 A -V.1:4 *CO)
Cor. Pen IL and form. rly old Cant
JOHN T. GRAY,
Howe and HVIS rattier,
one.rzma. AND cam.szrork
o. 313ALRIV - ZIEB ,
kale; of ireighk ae . d !Miura,
T . -rt.•r.veugs, •
• IsTel..4%.'Fitth Avenue.
llasis sod spectScsitons Moored mita esti for
Exams ; rasumucK
R•oP scum:Sips Nerobint Tailor aadVes'or
an GaaUctoWs laraUklue Goods; also Geste
. . d Boys , oohing ois baud ~anal. td
,ososs ;,s os, saottast sotto. tsas removed frOok
.15s LW stud, No. 95110011 t, ,to No. 51
Wool) trritarr,.terser of Ilard
;NEW DRY GOODS
Nos. 180 and 182 Federal Street,
OASSIMERES AND JEANS
Tiekhigs and Bed Checks
TABLE LINENS AND TABLE NAPKIN
Bleached and Unbleached Sh tangs
♦LL WI DTII3, LT TOCUllia TRIM. LT
Rats- AND BONNETS
Ribbons and Flowers,
Wholesale, and Retail
Nos, 180 and 182 Federal Street,
PLANING MILL MEN AND OTEDKES
The andersignid has lettere patent of
United Stott. the improved conetrootion of '
weather -boarding, loside lining and of waists
.ooo for bon... The weather -boarding. 01
Ibis patent imoroventrnt, being more cortical..
IT :intended for vertical use, and cOmbining
anent dorability and booty of ePiarevencei end'
it is or. ennetructed el to entirely avoid the use
of Joint stew, and top revent water um enter•
mg the Joints. or the caging • r the .bowing or
the loints by action ol the writhes ten the tlm-
lulde lining and walneutint by this new
method are so constucbed as to form perfect
panels as cheaply ea hi the ordinary luring
burds sin's; therebyoreseetiug the ebowtme
of the Joists from any menu mai lautot so
rearms for bogs.
Halms also purchased the patent right of what
Is commonly known as the ••Jdouldod Weatarr
U. hos Crowed of Ma following territorial arid
shoo right. iii Allegtreor county. for both pat-
IN GREAT VARIETY. AT
101 rirxu AVENUE
A. i. PEARSON,
O➢elrmea of Radii g Committee
ED. BARBER, Proprietor,
Ile. 54 Ninth
ENEEM!!!!=== E ''l
No. 5 F4,17E1-11 AVE.,...Plttaburg
BURP IttltUINS IN
AT VERT ,OW PUICILS, LT
roc to eft! .
To U. A. Wandorlf. tha right at the Unitary
south •f the rirc • ia ssid coins T.
Tolet/news , A Douglass, Um slight for the
F 47.l7elte o e f I . .l7..rg r irtli. shop right their
bletessuth warts. Pittsburals.
To 11111. Patterson it
S Co.. shop rights for Shale
.To.A.V.;.'lTetlill."l.TN:tle. borough of
17 r 0 o . . S igier p.oi. for First, Soros s, Third
r A g l iral.7l . seir raid lh
Slyeuth sward, 017 of All, •
To Durham. Point & Co., for the boroughs of
tlharrisbure ”d isms; also tho to•nstaP. of
A aler usd Indiana.
U persons are turned stair it Infrin
b, and erg
ut lro l • '' ih ibt tin het t r it o ll s h a i di sUe P l V. : ',t
u o 1 ~~~ D +
LAMP, POSITIVE SALE
TOMLINSON'S MACHINE WORKS.
Tltt; it ‘tif,Y, April I,h, at. 9 o'clock,
be scla wltboot rearres (haying gall handsaw.,
atTossltusoet'• late Placktrie Winks,..corsepof
Duquesne Way and Ceellsalley, the folloyrlng
property: Large planer, with a:tandem - sad
taiga:llrd. lathe. *I th limos; wood
turning, sad other lathes; small plan,. shop
drill pros yard and turret drill. Prior, large
screw matter, laps and dies. baud or small power
sneer matter, foundry erase, sh , y arm's, chain
anal...h.-later, wheel onus, baud pooch, mar—
tlclegmachluo, elms, hand aerates, lathe chock.
baud tree, Was spit screws shop scales, scale
beam, smell., blickamlt a forge and tools, 1,000
Pounds bar Iron, car dcorceallae and PM...gar
railway patterns, pram patterns r,r rapper
worka, , ear wheels. lathe. locomotive and crass
patternr, yll ar blocks and hisses, ands large
miscellaneous ealleetWn of sickish tools, of
valuate =dant... The tap: elal attentlon 0
umetintsts 1. directed to able Important and eery
attractive prremptory sale.
sot A. LEdti fag, Aaelloneer.
E LEAD AND COLOR
L SCHOONIIIAX ' ER & SON,
ManolAtturell of WHITE LEAD, RED LEAD.
BLDZ LEAD, ZINC'S., LIT'S/JUIN, PUTTY
And ANColors DRY AND IN OIL. ' •
OIETIO9 AND IPAOTORT.
OR, 461, 466 and 08, Rebuts Ural,
We call att . ektlon to the manatee patted 011
our ntiletly Pure While Lead. and when we say
'borer carbonate of lead,'! we meal ...Mend
tally pure.* that Is, free from Acetate rad
dead e, and thert fo, t wittier and eopestor, both
to color and carrel/1g propene.
GiI•ItA.PTICED to Oa • parer Carbonate of
'Lead and whiter than any In the Inaftet, and
will torten the Deice or the enclose It contain-
Iniethe lent woolteratlon.
Murray & Lairman's
The most celehl . atctl :111(
uost delightful o
times, for use on the he
at the toilet, and
in the bath, for sale by a
Druggists and Perfumers.
:4 •S . • • )11: • ,
X ICIER & 00.,
Queenssoare, Bristol Ware, ale.
Milos and Warehmse.363Llllloll srss rr
/WA orders promoo• •
'CANE POLES. - -
1 have • too as sortseat of Cant role. left
over from. Int year. width I tier at • very low
pees. Pirtle, outlet' should mire early, go as
to inure their orderabelos fated.
JAM VI BOWL
LIG Wood Street.
Lod all kladi of Cutlery ground at
136 Wood Street.
I Woe last reteleod a coopleta•Weoiln l
of the steno owls. emblatla • V• 11 1 .0..,
all the late. kntels la the mantes. The lollow•
en of leaao Walma will do well to 001 •/-
malsemy assorlment Gad m ws.
• .1 .1911. WOOO duvet.
BAMBOO POLES. •
nue • full assortment of Ititaboo Polti
Ith Or 1•14t1011L )011t . SI" Wltirlel IMMO
%! I=OT. " eS:lg 9"*C "'" ll:4
sVZ 1 4 uee 1
. w as - stiw}l.
128 Wood Wet t.
BEIM% ROBE AID STFAX..RACIFING
of Wa Ito sten TtsltLog Composts° ae. •
=7,..ig :Leas. TOO usds supplied at m
J. t IL PITTLLIPP,
ELVIDEILSON ft main n stir
• se e Lawny tweet, Dealers II Demei
sad Patualliallesee. islaf
CARPETS. OIL CLOTH!.
APRIL 1, 1870.
Specie Payment Resumed.
FROM THIS DATE,
slim Change Will be Giren
ALL CASH CUSTOMERS,
WPARIAND & -COLLINS'
CMLPET STORE, .
71 and 73 lifih Avenue.
11.4). pr;tll. am the LOWEST MIDI. mate.
CI CO WC WC I"\T
Our Stock is khe largest tee ha
over offered to he Trade.
BOVARD, .ROSE CUO.,
81 FIFTH AVENUE.
Reduction in Prices
70 OURRIMPOND WITII4
McCALLI I M BROS.,
51 -FIFTH - AVENUE
DIMINO WOOD liTartM
OLIVER M'CIANTOCI . Iii CO.,
ON EXHIBITION. - 1
1 - ir Pit 0 ILISTE/OFAR X
/ffshafsetarers or SPRING. HAIR and HUBS
SABTErtISZS, Beath: . Bolsters and Pillows,.
Chords Cushions.. Cornice Moaldlags and all
kinds or !Jokester, nark. Also. detain, In
Windom Shades. hal,Green and W line Holland , .
Cor4s.Tassols, le. Partieularattautton Is alvne
to talon[ up. eleaulag and brushing. alterlaa and
r.157 10 1..r1i"'" •
our snot • or eleaulur Chinni is Om oa , y waY in
which 700 eau reel amused that the toll snare
sadd the geed. themeghlr freed froze
ati gust veneds. The prlee let elesudegbe•
been greeigg relines , Our express will eau tor
ea.& Manes ta i geed , grim of charge. 1
1011BIT8,111CH0LE01 & 11101P801! '
uphoutaroos =a rf ooffeforo of
Steam Carpet Beating Establlshmet,
No 127 msroorihsTnEET.,;
mL7plall Near IPLITA Mentle. flitsburib, Pa.
AYS, WAGONS, GAITS, IRONS,
Mid Every Deser Ipiloa of ['tulips,
►BL LTA/MUD TO CAict AT TILL
OFFICE. OF THE CITT:TREASIiHEIT
►ND . I
Take Out Their Liceu6es
ON OH BEFORE
THO Flask DAY OF MAY NEXT.
For .sob and sorry wagon. C. l .car . D . Z.
Hasp Hat or Carriage, draws bY ob. ,
m of 18.00
For cosh sun arrry os- of too • above sassed V.
Weirs, draws by two borulbe sum uf.:1110. 00
For tub sad *very one of W. sboTo fasisedVa
Ulu duos .by four horser. the son IK
Tarrsol sad ..re Hark. draw. by sop 1904
mu as of
ler swig and sow, Uss.bne sod Timbal , tvleel. •
obeys sued Traddes. Shama ofs. ' Ge
etc. 3 It shall b. Ih. dsty of all then_ Stable
K4e pen In said city to make a return to the City
Tr. suave. within twenty days • alter the pawns
or tills Ordinance. owl *sunnily thereafter Oft or
before to Ist d . ly ot May Cl nub and era year.
?Mid %Vim d v b; h g. i ..4 117:PbtitatsM
the kind Waned, and the sass* Tatars emit be
be made ender oath.
SW. 4. 'All owners of Cats. Drays:. Warms
ad other Vehicle.. who shall aegleet or raga
to moors a name as Aforesaid, shall le abeam
to • yeah, of not enshee too oar saate_fa
tit Lfoolef ll l . ;hot yrgM"lreiyagitr
shall be rrawered aloes the Mayor, or mar
Ike Atlantan of sold city. try gunman real,
Moe; ad Is shall be the dell of the taller of fe.
Mee to Ilea .at le I venom, who has failed to'
comply with noy of the provltione of thla Ord'.
IMse ad report the •amo to %teeny ?ranee , .
for taloa aryl.", he shall receive the am of arty
oats la 1100
upon be taxed and collated es
part of Wilma. cone talon As afstesalth
• . .
ell. far moo•eolsolls nee With the or-
Att. -Ul. be tertetly enforced after the shine
, CITY TICCOUSSIL
LLIGUINT VITT. AP tl. 1110. E flaeTl
fIONTENUE/11 TO TRICOT /VA
1,..) berate liaeseelASlTA Ml
unwary diseases ? as 00_,,,,„• 01 8wi‘
eosepletely era , dts a t IMO
pat westeese 'sae irebote
ulf•atmse or other sea m% ead .7,r 0 0 rziora
scaso en Me following ed...
aaye es lo Rd! , ,
satiety amass:X.le.. oroad os Mare dreamy
low of iearearY,lddsdsbo6lo=l e=istrldi
tr a t i tlio_ geslSSlS.2.Cared•
—.7:;setier a alai: be liner
etuuttios_dlien to ell Yamele dams
t,riajdowsyrtoit of wmttes, Valley teems.
we A Zl:=l, l ibe %n i t i= „.
I r " 4" add btorillty or kenneled s, ere MPa.
Trellre g =tv phYsie.asiwito abeleda
eiiLii - Aezedosteely t0i1..0.40f wen=
° & in ab leirt 7noo*.neis
Moor paid/4m a aledlest pedlidlletA
pecesteet ewe MI owDorttloe of ...err' .
add yelyete dlauses,dbat cad 100 bed free 04010
by mil .templ e to reeled susslopeS.
casesteme vOOlOllO. lastreetios 00 tea 00.
mad fleabites them to dateraleaebeild b,
else daoars of thr complaints.
TWO asdatalebresdn.u.tersise Ms
n atet a lto W Doetor's orelos Yobbo des,
Weal 'by gilled etatereest ante el"
and median. caw be forwarded .14
%parlone tostratel. bummer..
• LUIS IS - 111.01114311 IMISS I I I I. • ape
o ars tally pereasull attention is reqt bed.
for the se
o ed .o osseodattdo cresol,
o2Ce yetlests there ere
lteo IZlfts . m Tic
idesocrlbttoos are pretwro .4 daa,
owlit t aarrry.XfXrittri..ri....7. -
gi for two eta= Bo st i llelwaVlTll
wad whet be se) , lISSTS • ,atii
-01 so lir. ltd WWI. a.ll
at. V, Goers Sbra!,,b!,.ef.!..!rPO'f—