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airy- AND SUBURTI sR
-The Citizens Of thin. phca_gan - beAo
eolamodeted 'With -thri latest reeding
met4llir on ei !Saving orders
01 iirernelman do Stevenson, notion and
'.helot dealers. They are agents for the
bAILT OA.ZETTII, which IN delivered by
Warriors at fifieen-testa per week. All
Orders promptly intended to.
wore hen been ticancooneed on the
“Tbe Bible In tho •Schoola” question
attracting soma attention in this local
ity at. present.
The Board of Hollitti for the second
thaefalled to meet yesterday afternoon,
for wan: of a quorum.
WHIM' .—Attachnienta will be leaned
Oar all witnesses In the 'gambling eases
w ho hays been subpoenad and fall -to
pit In an appearance at halt past nine
o'clock Mb morning.
A sew well waa struck on FrldaY at
West Hickory 'which la known as the
Humbly well , is doing about lolly
barrels per day. Developments are
Improving in that vicinity.
Mamie Dudley called Alderman But
lers attention yesterday to the fact that
James Broderick bad threatened. to do
her "severe bodily harm." James will
be arrested lithe police can find hint
It la sate that the Oil Creek and Alio.
gheny River Railroad aro about coin.
;.• mincing work on the now track to be
lard woo the river at Route:mills to 011
Olty. Tub la to avoid the heavy grade,.
Padden Drath.Coroner Clawson was
1 , - ealled upon yeaterday to hold an inquest
- 1 -
on the body of Rachel Morgan, a colored
woman who .died suddenly at her
. residence, No. 100 Monterey street,
1 Allegheny, Monday evening. The jury
l-- ,fond that she died of heart disease.
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Fifteenth Amend at ent.—By reference to
AEI adiortlsement on the Oral page of to
j • day's paper, it will bo seen our colored
citizens have their arrangements corn
plated for their grand procession on the
26tb instant. We have no doubt It will
be one or the grandest Aurnouta ever wit
nered by our citizens.
A Gate.—Sarah Epps and Mrs. Lines
are neighbors, residing on Union alloy.
The former: is colored. and the tatter
white. They have had a disagreement
a gate, valued at two dollars,
W Miss Eppa charges. Mrs... Lines
with demolishing. Alderman Thomas
has Lensea. ed • warrant. for Um arrest of
, The Several committees of arrange.
manta appointed by the people of Alle
gheny county to get up ,the XVth
Amendment Jubilee, together with the
Mate Executive Committee, are notified
to meet in the hell of the Colored Public
'School Room, oa Miller • street, this
• (Wednesday) evening, at seven o'clock.
Hudnall of impartance will be tranzated.
Jour; Pace, Chairman, My,: tem.
8. A. NEALE, Secretary. ,
The Burglar.—Mr. Robert Bruce made
:Information before-the Mayor yesterday,
charging James Kelly with larceny. Mr.
B. Identified some of the goods recovered
as abort of those stolen from his house
some time slime. Mr. Saint, of Sharpe.
burg, who was the owner of the overcoat
stolen from the Merchants' Hotel and
Imbed to Kelly. identified the coat 'and
made Information, charging Kelly with
the larceny of It. Holly ils still In Jail
N. waning a bearing.
Iron Orea —There have been found
adjacent to the city of Cumberland,. Al
legheny county, Md., and bordering on
the Chesapeake and Ohio canal and Balti
more and Ohio railroad, large and rich
&peak.' of Iraq ore on the lands of Mr.
James M. Jones. In view of the fact that
a large rolling mill Is now being erected
In Cumberland by the B. &O. Railroad
ComPuly, and of the superiority of the
coke made from the coal and the abund
*haat wood. the ore are well worthy the
attention of our iron masters.
Personal.—We are glad to learn that
otfr esteemed yoting friend, Charles M.
Clearing, Esq., formerly of this city, has
been admitted into the old established
and reliable real estate and auction lirm
of Meagre. Chambers, Cannon & Co.,
Kansas City, Missouri. Mr. Gearing has
a whole army of friends in these parts
wko will be pleSed to learn of his *lm
mo In his new western hems, and pos
sessing shrewd business abilities and be.
ing honorable in all dealings, be must
prove a valuable acquisition to the firm
Into_ whose partnership be haebeen ad.
Deatistiy.—For goOd and cheap dentle•
try, go to Dr. Gillespie, 248 Penn street.
He Is. a skillful dentist, courteous and
obliging to his patrons, possesses all the,
'improvements pertaining to his profan
ation; makes a llDrily of extracting
teeth by the me of his improved laugh
ing gas, which h arrant. succmaful
and perfectly safe In every else where he
decides tovtdmioistor it. His &treat ex
perience In Its use Is a safe guarantee to
all who may wish - to avoid the pain of
teeth extracting. No charge for extract
ing when teeth are ordered. His office
la at 246 Penn street.
The Oldest - inhabitant.—Yesterday
morning some excitement was created
In Sharpsburgh by the finding of the
skeleton ore medium sized - man. Some
workmen in the employ of Mr. Nicholu
Altmeysr. while digging a road up
Scarp Hill, unearthed the curiosity.- A
knife blade, live inches In length, made
Of deer horn r was found sticking In the
skull behind one ear. Dr. W. t.X . Oster
lob took charge of the skeleton, and
after examination pronounced It that of
a white man. The theory Is that the no
Ibrtunate deressedrtame to his death at
the hands of Indians. That must have
been many years ago, a■ they were fur
nished with steel knives almost a hun
dred years back. Major Montzhemier
has the knife on exhibit ion.
Our rising generation is not a model
clam, Jadglng from several represents
tires who appeared before Maypr Callow
yestirday: They were four boys rang
ing Id MOO from eight to fourteen years.
Two of them-had been ted on West
street; Third ward, for throwing atones,
anisaltlng window glees and gas lamps,
and playing smash generally. The other
two were brought up for stealing eggs.
'thickens and other Utica", In the First
ward, their last offence' being the rob.
Wag of a hen roost on the premises of
Mr. Ferguson. The four youthful crim•
-- -Zak were looted up and will doubtless
, a total of
'ha ving-a total
Ilse of the ateam
,srirtee..--110e have issued liftmen to
entrelraingineers and aixty-stx pilots
have 'suspended the Hennes of one
engineer for Mx months for negligehex,
while on watch as second engineer. Four
balers have been condemned aa being
unsafe, and we have also condemned
twenty•five sheets In boilers and ordered
them to be replaced with new ones, which
was dons. We have ordered repairs to
be wade In one boiler head, and one flue,
-ch.on examination, were found to be
ditfactive, and also condemned three
' steam pipes, which were deemed to be
rum& on account of cracks In the copper
and flanging We have refused licenses
to two applicants as second engineers,
because of Incompetency.
The report then refers to the explosion
of one of the hollers of the steamer Mag
• Ile Hays, in the chute of Island sixty-
Mx. near Helena, Arkansas.. After stat
ing that the boat was Inspected at this
port on the 19th of January last. the
pectore gave a somewhat detailed
account of the clrmunataneee attending
the digester. In concluding , they nay.
..When the boat left this port her boilers
were sound and In good condition, and
wire le the earns condition when abe
reached New Orleans. If otherwise the
ofloera would not have started up the
river without having everything all
right. -The boilers were burned a etc .
munstanoe that often happen. , will, the
beat of engineers and the beat of hollers,)
after leaving New Orleans on the return
trip, and if tho return of the first engineer
had been awaited we feel allured we
would not now have the deplorable
accident to record." / 4.
The steamboat business from and to
klds city has been up to the capacity of
the tonnage, and the result Is generally
sailidsotory; act much ao. Indeed, that
our boat builders have new orders, and
some seven or eight boats are already in
the stoclow - The coal btudnesa has been
unasuallyhrlak during the winter.
There port was signed by
= fe l
n and Samuel Walker,
-ef Controller. of the Allegheny
enstrtet—Re.getar Monthly Meeting.
A regular monthly meeting of the
Board of CentroSere of the Allegheny
Public Schools was held yesterday,
Toesday evening, April 6, 1870, at half
past seven o'clock, in the-Common Conn
ell chamber, Rev. Joseph Ring, in the
Member" present ?desert. Barker.
Brown, Borland. Batmen Chadwick,
Claney. Dunlap. Dennison, Eaton, Fran
cis, Haney, Hallock, Miller.
Messier. Marthens,,DfcConnell, Nesbit,
Patterson, Parke; Riggs, Torrence.
Trimble, White and President Ring-
The meeting wai opened with Prayer
by Rev.. B. H. Nesbit, after which the
minutes of the preceding lusedoir were
road and approved.i•
• The reports of tho Visiting Committees
of the several wards warn then presented
Mr. Eaton, In making report of the
Second ward. reboots, said that the
schools ware in a flourishing condition
but that . they had lost two of their most
experienced teachers, who had been
induced to go to Pittsburgh, where they
had received higher salaries;and they
would in it probability lose two more
for the same cause.
The committee of the Third ward re
ported the election of Miss S. Sample to
MI a vacancy occasioned by resignation.
.The appointment was confirmed.
In the Fourth ward Miss L Lyon was
appointed to fill a vacancy oecsaioned by
the resignation of Mtsa fdatehett. • The
anpointment was confirmed. .
it the iiisth ward the resignation of
Mies Boland was reported, end the oleo.
tion of Miss Orr to fill the vacancy ap•
Nothing of importanOe was reported
from the Seventh and Eighth wards.
Mr. Eaton from the Ltommittee on
Colored Seboole,: reported the echoola In
rood working condition. The Commit
ter also reported rye resignation of Miss
A.. Packer and the nomination of Mine
Miry M. Ware to fill the vacancy. The
Amin atiop wee confirmed.
A. number of small bills were pre.
seated anilliapproved. '! •
The Bee%Cary reported the amount of
salaries paid in the several *lards during
the month of March as follows:
..lan,h Ward ..
Calone , &boot
Tota • 161.691 60
- The report of the enrollment and at.
tendance was then presented by the Sec.
4 - 49.14. larollmtAt. At. ACend.
In 592 6=
24 1 1.164 1.60
3.1 1010 , 1,117
41b-Ist precilict.s...• 600 413
4111-34 precinct........ , 666 409
560 6C 417
auk 7C ' C 1
7th—Nol 10 79
710-1 1 10 2 101 bil
719-119 a te
8.1. 197 149
Col4red ectiool • 177 19
Total IL= LSO
Tile report was accepted.
TUB BIBLE rN THE SCHOOLS.
Mr. Trimble said that there wag a re.
port that the Bible Was not read In the
school. in the Seventh ward.
Mr. Haney said that the Bible never
had been read in that school and he
would further state that there were a
number of Catholic children in that
school who would not attend if the Bible
was read in the school.
The President read an extract from the
State Supwintendent's report stating
that the arable was considered a text
took and should not be omitted from
Mrc Haney "said that he thought there
was nothing of that character In the law.
Dr. Riggs asked what the law was on
Mr. kremlin thought it was not policy
to agitate the question any further, that
it would probably come up soon enough.
Mr. Marthane submitted the following:
Witgases. The common salmokts the
only rational method of rearing a 'Demo
genoue people, where all - classes may
learn and grow up together, and thereby
become fitted both to rule and to obey.
which is the glory of our republic: now,
therefore, be it
Resoteed, That the Board of Controllers
of Allegheny city view the public:act:col
system as the great means under Heaven
of joining Into one harmonious people
the heberogenons multitudes that flock to
scar shame and the: tits them for the
great responsibilities, both as citizens
sod rulers, which thereby devolve upon
Resolved, That whoever attempts to
break down our school system by claim.
log a share of its funds that ho may draw
off from our public nurseries a portion of
the pupils to give 'them a sectarian and
ascii:Lave education is an enemy to our
country's peace and good government,
Resolved,. That the Secretary transmit
a copy of the foregoing preamble and
resolutions, to the President of the Cen
tral-Board-of Education of the city of
Pittablirgh so that he may lay them be
fore his Board, with a view of bringing
out a spirit of determined adherence to
our nobler policy of universal education,
and no exclusiveness. --
The paper was accepted.
Mr. Francis moved the adoption of the
The first resolution was adopted.
Mr. Marthena now arose and read a
manuscript as follows:
Until quite lately' it was undreamed
by us that there should or could be any
opposition to the continuance of Com
mon Schools, by intelligent people, or by
any people except tho moat illiterate:
for'we had been under the delusion that
each individual citizen had a stake in the
gotd government of our country, which .
would impel hint to unite with all the
rest for .its preservation. But recently
our eyes have been partially opened by
movements m New York, eincinnatti
and St. Louie, to the fact that there is a
met among us, of great 'and increasing
strength, which has its religions and
civil doctrines so compactly united, that
they cannot be sundered; and that these
doctrines are, unforuao .tely, Incompati
ble with free dom of education.
The system anon which the . Roman
church Is built is autocratic, and allows
no right of private judgment inns vota
ries. Its Pontiff Wog ago decreed that
freedom of education was contrary to the '
icily of the church; there is consequently
in no land where his rule acknowledg
ed at this day any inch thing as . educe '
lion apart from priestly Instruction; nor
will there be any here if once they get
the power. And even now they are look
ing forward to the time when this will
happen, and think it not very remote.
Patriotism then demands of us that we ,
prepare for the combat; for If a sect once
succeed in securing to Itself a part of
our educational funds...upon any pre. I
time. the lethal system dies. And If It
dies from such a cause, then anarchy'
and religious war will soon take the
place of our now peacefol condition.
The question of Bible reading la the
ephools is suppered by many good citi
zens to be the great and only one u n
which a conflict with the Papal eh
will be required. But they are atly
mistaken. That question Lae been raised
merely as • thin entering wedge, to be
succeeded by the greater one of a divis
ion of the exibiOol fund, and it will split
and shatter our school- system to pieces
if not at once arrested. Romanist/ say
that they cannot consistently send their
children to schools wherein their own
'version of the Scriptures is not need; but
this is a mere pretends, for no sooner do
they fled some board aufficlenly comph .
ant to order a discontinuance of Bible
readings, than they exclaim that they
cannot consistently send their children
I to an Atheistical school! Some of the
more outspoken have Indeed already die.
%badly and authoritatively informed us
that the entire exclusion of the Bible will
In no degree reconcile their sect to• our
owl:tools; that nothing short of direct
Romanist teaching will suffice.
The wellteing,. nay, the very exist.
saes of our Gervernment, demands Mid
the children of the land shall be brought
up in habits of entire equality—am much
like the children of one vast family uf
potable.. The Roman church la our
great hindrance In lids good work, be
cause it says, °I am holler than thbil;"
and while Its devotees flow in upon us
In vast numbers, to grasp the pecuniary
and honorable prizes that are equally
open to all, they odematiously build
their own orphan asylums, their own
hospitals, and provide their own cents.
tildes for. their own dead exclu
sively—proving that, whether living
or dead, they - are thoroughly
inflated with • the notion of their
own superior sanctity! While we cannot
help being offended ly these things, we
say nothing. When, howeyer, our pct.
lineal life is touched we demand that all
shall stand on one and the same plat
form. Let us then pledge ourselves to
guard the school syetem with increased
vigilance against the &snuffs of the foe,
and indignantly frown down every at
tempt to subtract from that fund, which,
in its entirety, will continue to scatter
blessings over the lend, but which, If
divided, will Mamma a root of bitterness, I
whose fruit will be to us and our pros.
party the source of unnumbered woes.
Mr. Nesbit moved the adoption of the
Mr. Fronde desired to know If there
had been auy attack-made the r e hid
tern ha this State, or If there hid been
anY to divide the School
Fund In this city. He thought this res.
°lntim' was premature, and appeared to
be an attempt to force a con fl ict which
would doubtless come soon enough.
Hr. Bauble said that he would give the
resolutions his kisirty support. HP
thong t the Importance of the subject
Was • erloOked in a great missive.
The question wee not whether an at
tempt had boon made to divide the fund
In this State or In this city. The attempt
had been made in other States and other
cities, and It was only a question of time
as to when it woold be made here. He
thought It prudent so guard against It.
A number of other memt ire made
brief speech.s on the question, after
which the resointion Fr an adopted.
On motion of Mr. 'Nesbit, the entire
piper was adopted as a whole.
Mr.Chtneyeffered a resolution instruct
log the Secretary to Inquire if some of
the wards had not more teachers than
they were entitled to.
After a considerable amount of talk
and numerous amendments, the resolu
tion, as originally offered, wan adopted.
Mr. Francis, a resolution instructing
the Committee on Teachers and Salaries
to report a basis of average attendance
upon which wards shall be entitled to
teachers for the. coming year, based on
the attendance for the year. Adopted.
Mr. Dennison stated that he had
beard there had been some legislation
during the present seniors; giving power
to this board to levy additional school tax
this Year. • ! If such was not 'the case,
there shotild be some such legislation,
as It was necessary If the city was de
sirous of keeping good teachers to in
crease their eateries. .
While the matter was under discussion
the Board adjourned.
IRE EDUCATORS' WORK
Steond Day at the Inatltute—Dlieuailona
■nd Essays-Music and Lectures—
Clara Drilla and Oher Ezerelsea
The Institute was opened at nine
o'clock by the singing ,of the "Corons
tion,' hymn, followed. with prayer by
Rev. J.. Bittinger, D. D., of Sewickley.
Prof. Brubaoker lead the audience hi
Dr. Bittinger was then introduced, and
delivered the opening Motu e on Geogra
phy. He divided Ms subject into three
parts. ist,Hiatory. 3d Science.. nd 3d,
How to teach it. He dwelt particularly
upon the fleet di% talon, .History," tee"
lug It from the earliest times, and illus
trating by numerous citations, the theory
of teaching geography by connecting it
with historical facto.
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General discussion next ensued upon
the subject "Should ohildien be allowed
to use the text book In reciting. oral
alit:melte." The dlsoosslon was-partic
ipated In by Measrs. Still and Brubaoker.
It wax followed by a recess of Live Wu.
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Prof. Bailey next took the stand and
discussed "elocution,.. dweinng particu
larly upon emphasis and illustrating by
pertinent illustrations the diffarence
between sound and ersse.
Prof. Townsend resumed his lecture on
"Civil' - Government," presenting tbo
subject in topical form on the black
board. The Professor is an experienced
educatur and lecturer, and never fails to
make his ' , tails" entertaining and
Opened with musical exercises, 'Prof.
Brubacker pranging at the organ.
As the first performance, bilis Bethel
McGinn() read a very finely written
and practical essay on "The Teacher's
Werk," which seemed to be highly ap
preciated by, her Macneill. The essay
exhibited thought, an observant mind,
and a trenchant style of communicating
the resultant mental effort, In the highest
Prof. James Thompson now delivered
i lectdre on ..Language," Language
should be taught in connection with
spelling: he would give the child • word
and have him nee it in connection with
others, and make a complete sentence.
After a reeves of live minutes, Prof.
Benjamin Jones give a class drill on
arithmetic. The teacher had a close of
twenty-six pupils from his school .in
Birmingham and taught them priori
pally on "Frlctions." Re accompanied
the drill with an explanation of his
theory of teaching arithmetic.
Prof. Brnbacker sung " How I love
my Mountair. Home," when Prof. Bailey
continued his remarks on "Elocution."
Several amusing anecdotes and recite
Sons infused life into this performance.
The Institute adjourned until seven
The evening session opened up with
the singing of the song "Sweet live and
Bye," after which the Rev. E. Y. Oar
slate was Introduced and delivered • lee
wire on ',"The Teachers of our Public
Schools." He thought the teacher occu
pied one of the most responsible positions
in the world. The teacher had the form
lug and directing of the minds of the
children. The influence of the teacher
would live forever either for the weal or
woe of the , pupil. There were certain
characteristics which teachers should
poseurs. First, They should be intent
gent; they should be mentally lit fur the
position. The teacher should have heart
power—that is be in full sympathy with
the Work. All their energies and ear
nestness and enthusiasm should be en
gaged. This was why sea general rule
women were better than men. They
were intensely in earnest generally In
anything in which they were engaged.
Dews In the Desert." as teeny by
Miss Saline Ackley, was the next per,
fwmanoe. The lady evinced ununual
excellence of composition; the thought
was original, and the language simple
and clear. At the class she wearewarded
Mr. Malerung a pathetic ballad which
was well received. A recess of Ave min
The Rev. George P. Hays next follow.
ed with a lectors on ' , Fashionable Edu
cation." At the close of thin lecture the
President announced that Pref. Mark
'Bailey, of - Yale College, would give an
elocutionary entertainment, to-morrow
(Thursday) evening, at the ball. Prof.
Charles Townsend, of New York, will
also deliver one of his characleriatle
Mow on "the Signs we Hang Out."
The Allegheny Quartette Club will be
In attendance and intersperse the exerci
ses with music_The doors will be open
at 7 o'clock—fre to all who purchase a
ticket for 50 cents.
The evening session of the Institute
then closed with a song by Prof. Brut.
Hew Pittsburgh Teachers Sensibly En
joy Themseives—`Spec eh, Sentiment,
Supper, song and Enjoyment.
The second annual ra•nnlon of the
teachers of the Pittsburgh Public Schools
was held last evening at the Ralston
school house, (old !Fifth ward,) and a
more pleasant or more enjoyable ricer
r Mon was never afforded Hie Mende of
popular efincation. There assembled
several hundred couples of ladles and
gentlemen, teachers and Invited
goats, which went to make up
an audience oonspicctorus for Intel-
Bronco, beauty and brilliancy. The
meeting organised by electing Prof.
Andrew Bunt, chairman, - a gentleman
who showed In his high toned and exact
executive order. a capacity for the posi
tion which few others amid claim. The
exercises opened with. charming vocal.
!anon by the Allegheny Quartette club.
Messrs. W. H., and W. B. Black. W. Dar
ling and Harry Horner, entitled “L'ive.
Friendship and Truth." After this slas.
Ing offering,. Prof. A. Burtt made. happy
and pleasing speech, in which heexplain
ed the object of the occasion—that of in,
enlacing a friendly feeling and relation
*ship between the teachers of the city and
those Interested In their great work. The
gentleman spoke tersely and to the
point, and received not only the earnest
attention of the audience but likewise
the heiutleat of applause. • .
Next sentimental taste followed In the
subjoined order: ,
I—Our country, the lade,. which eked. th
nations of the earth to a higher deelley.
Appropriately responded to by Prof;
IL A. Moen= of the High BohooL
2—"ateltigenee, the I:re-blood of Liberty wet
Responded to by Mr. A. W. Folder .
3—The Civil Law.tba hahrark whirl. unbar.
rtmed for Um gototection uf human rights.
Eloquently responded to by W. O.
Moreland, Esq., who dealt with the cub.
Jed in an able manner, eliciting the
heartiest and most enthusiastic applatuie.
+—To provide far the edoeettea of the people
Is the prime deity of the Istate.
Appropriately responded to by S.
Murphy, Esq , Superintendent of Cont.
mon fiebooLs, Armstrong county.
mot smeiltetou toltb.
t.-vrse olautloa develop"
Sensibly responded 10 Pbllotus
A. Dean of the High School.
e-Odde sad .10. or school e p. r sate. _
Respondott to in brief and matter of
fact style by Prof. Fulton.
The various toasts were Interspersed
with fine vocal Offerings by the Alleghe
ny Quartette Club. At the conclusion of
the 'marches' the entire party adjourned
to the dining - ball. where an seemliest
supper was I n - welting. After refresh-
ment the party Indulged in tripping the
"light fantastic toe," which was kept up
till after midnight. The oecssion was
decidedly pleasant and reflected much
credit to all concerned. -We are Prenu
of onr teachers and proud to know that
they am enjoy themselves In a sensible
Wanted—Everybody to know that
Mrgraw's No. 45 Hand street, le the beet
place In Sheehy , to get tobacco, snuff....
gate, ever7thlng of the beat character
and warranted. Itegraw has a large
stock on hand. Itls full, and mouds:a
all the latest moraines in the It o. of
Peached. m ersc hannas, PiPee• and other
atiloles needed by the smoker.
PITTSBURG - H DAILY GAZETTE: WEDNE S DAY
District Court--Judge litaini4on
TUFADAY, April h.—The case of the
Cltinma i Oil Refining company vs.
James Bonney, Jr.. and Joseph Dilworth,
provloualy roport..l, was resumed and
was on trial when Court adjourned.
TRIAL LLST POR WSDNb'9DAT.
112 Jacoby vs Selman & Laurent.
176 Brown for use vs owners of steam.
180 Owners of steamboat "Gray Fox" vs
Milllngar, McCoy & Co.
194 Brown vs Sel forth.
208 Sells vs Brown.
209 Same vs same.
134 (0. L.) Waring d: King v■ Miller &
101 (0. L.) Napier vs Darlington. "
91 (0. L) McMannua vs A.V. R. R. Co.
92 (0. L.) Trax vs same.
Common Plena—lunge Stow,.
TUESDLY, April s.—The ease of Sued.
grass for use vs. Snodgrass, previously
reported, was resumed and submitted to
the jury. Verdict for the plaintiff in
the sum of 11147.53.
The next cue taken up was that of
Sumner & Co. vs. Updegraff et ux. Ac
tion' In replevin for..a sowing machine.
The plaintiffs, it irklleged, Maud to Mrs.
Updegraff in July. 1888, a Wheeler &
Wilson sewing machine at five dollars per
month, with the privilege to purchase. it
at the regular retail price of eighty-live
dollars, the amount of rent paid to be
deducted from the purchase money.
They allege that she . paid about thirty
/lee dollars on the machine and then
refused to pay any more and also de
clined to return the machine. A writ of
replevin was issued and executed and
the machine given into pouession of the
plaintiffs. and this action is to determine
to whom It belongs.. On trial.
TRIAL LIST FOR WSDNERDAY
61. Murphy vs. bnro of Monongahela.
62. Botinert vs. Stirling.
67. Clark vs. Mclntyre. •
70. Stevenson et al. vs. Prescott et al.
72. Cuthbert & Bro. ve. Read.
78. Jambe. va. Hanna, Hart t CO
77. Simpson vs. Carothers.
78. 130thime vs. Wet.
79. Kyle re. Lynch
Bi),. Sellers ye. Baughman. •
81), Danmark et ux. ve. Gilmore, Straub &
Quarter ilesidens—Judge Sterrett.
TONJDAY, April s.—The Unit case taken
up was that of the Commonwealth vs.
AbrahaM Taman, Indicted for larceny,
J. Dehappens prosecutor. The defend.
ant, who Is a colored boy, It is alleged,
entered a confectionery kept by the
prosecutor and took, from the money
drawer the sum of ten dollars. The
Jury, owing tonere° extenuating circum
stances In the case, returned a verdict of
not guilty. The Court ordered that the
defendant be remanded to pal, and he
will probably be sent to the house of
The next case taken up was that of the
Commonwealth vs. W. F. Hadgrass, In.
dieted for a misdemeanor lu fraudulently
entering a deed, Mrs. Ellen Archibald
prosecutrix. The defendant, it was al
leged, had In his poaseasiun a deed for •
place of property in Missouri, which wee
deeded Jointly to himself and brother,
Remy Hodgman, who was the first hue
band of the proliecritrix. The defendant
plumed that the property was his ex
clusively, having been purchased by him
and paid for with his money, and that he_
had inserted his brother's name in the
deed on condition that he (the brother)
would go to Missouri and settle on the
land. After the brother's death, the
defendant erased his name' from the
deed, thereby working injury, It to
alleged to the defendant.
The Jury returned a verdict of not
guilty, and county to pay the recta.
Martin Dunachlsen, against , whom
there was an Information - for surety of
the p o ace, Stewart Robinson prosecutor.
The parties have lu.d considerable
trouble about a piece of property in
Penn township. which they both claim
to have a title to. The defendant was
ordered to pay the costs of prosecution,
and give balrin the hum of pop to keep
John Black, Indicted Jointly. with
William Barney for entering a dwelltcg•
house with intent to commit a felony,
was placed on trial. alone,. Barney not
having been arrested. It was alleged by
William Mlle, the prosecutor, that the
'earthed had toreably entered his dwel-
ling-house. The jury returned a verdict
of not guilty, without leaving the box,
and the defendant was discharged by
Jellerson Douglas, indicted frirburg
lacy on oath Of J. D. Thompson. The
variety store kept by the prosecutor on
Liberty Street 'was entered some two
months since and a number of articles
stolen away, among which were Igor
revolvers- Jacob Barnes was armftiA
and plead guilty to the chsrge, and was
sentenced to the work bonne- While
there be implicated Douglass In tho
burglary. On the testimony of ttarnea,
who wall brought from Um work lonroo
an a witness In the case and testified that
Douglass and 'he went to the back en-
trance of the store and Douglass entered
by climbing nvor Lisa fence, and ho
watched outside until Douglass returned
with the stolen goods, the. Jury returned
a sordiet of guilty. Sentence deferred.
Vpt.si. LIST PUB WKDNESDAT,
270 Com ; vs. Elijah Hall,
272 311 C, C. Patch et at
311 Henry W. Taylor et RI
308 Fred Dallmen.
309 A. Dallmen-2 ewe.
306 J. Smith.
. David Strain.
303 tiarimel Rend
304 " David Morgan.
302 " Cas. ?darker.
301 W. B. Koonizman
299 " Lyman Plummer.
I 8 ~
LIST FOR TRU/LYDA Y.
255 Coro. vs. JOE. W.:Bonoof.
330 Frankailder et DI
208 " W. B. Newell.
Neat laapectont Report for March. IStO
The number of above -visited during
month was seventy two, out of which
number I have flossed twenty-one as
being number one, forty-five an being
number two, and six an being number
I have condemned seven calve. belong
ing to farmers, on account of being too
young for market, tho oliendere being
IgOdrant of the city code in relation
therhto, and living some diatoms from
the city, were permitted' to take them
The cow that died In Michael Barret's
stable, and dressed by Andrew Bother
and Frederick Frankenbach, butchers,
an account of which was published lu
the daily paper, is still under investiga
tion. The parties charged with this con.
temptable act are still skulking around
to evade the vigilance of the police, to
escape that Just punishment that the law
prescribes, and which they know they
richly deserve, It matters not what die.
positien wee made of dila meat, whether
they worked it up Into Bologna sausage
or cast it into the river. - II publish their
names to the world that the public m■y
know whom to tryst (or wholesome
moat. No botcher of good repute, who
had any tuiltrespect, woulk risk hie rep
utation by engaging ill so villainous ■
In my next monthly report I hope to
give • final report of the above case.
:You will see by the above account that
I have . incroased class No. 1 to twenty
one, No. 2 to forty.fivo and No. 3 he been
reduced to six, which : speaks wel end
shows a disposition on their part o re.
form. • Tdomita W. LINDSAY,
Pittsburgh, March 31, 1870.
The following deeds were filed of rra
ord In the ofilre of Thos. F. Hunter, Ego.,
Recorder 'of Allegheny. county, on
Tuesday, April 5, 1870.
•'m. Pattnn to Audit L. Hart. March IL 1070
Richard 'faddy to John beliald. Marsh W, .10 . 01
lot Pi by at It: Co Dimness alley. II It want
Ileac) HOPS, to ettaarriSeil W Illls . Worth
lots Nos. land In eat... raom's pl.nof tom•
Mite, Ie h ward, Ylltsbars b.... 61 100
hwarl lel to John Bald ado.. Jr.. Mob
tats lot 50 by 111 ft. on NC50.1,113 Si bos on
Cleo. Lytle et al. to Adam Holt, entot. a, IWI7:
acres nod K. perches of Mod to 11111111 u 11.•.11712
Joh. M. Kennedy and f.tiot G. hltttonntll,
algae... to /enacts A. Otlinre, March 30, .1170;
II Jots tn BrownstOwn . Lower ht. (.11s. r tp.. Ito
Sister's o) imsrs
Thor p r
avi. to Jos. Bendy. Moan! , Wit. 10701
.• . . • .
lot 30 by I'9 ft. c riJualita M., Allegheny 1.11. v.
deo. W. Unbolt. to Job n H. Hy, January 2. 1217.
6100 by • 0 ft. on Alexander Is., bore of Tem.
SMAne• vllle 11,011
Josn'Kelly to Thos. F. flembberger, April Im.
Daemon to P abov•
Trace!. liblp eehmer. •prIIICU;
4.1 serer In Versalhes to. ......... ...
J. H. Tomllnson et al. err Thos. P. Hershberger,
March 1010. IVO; Im 00 by IM ft. on Male at.
rro of Temperancorllle MI
Bob!. °Myer to Wm. trlllver, Sept. 21. MC; In- '
tercet In 141 germ In Mlolln Meier,
Teter Haberman to PI et Meyer, March
11GO; lot 26 ty HP In born of Monougahr 1..11,000
Mont. M. Xill loll.nry J. Wargbt. March 20.
IMO; lot 22 oy PHA., boro of Obsensburg.....llslo
70. manse to K. F. Wal
lot 24 by IM It. on Sutler at . Plltaborgh..6l.l6o
Wse. ebaffer t al. to Z. F. February 3 0 ;
IM6; lot 24 by 121 It on Batter Denn y ,
Geo. K•oserelPer to 1 atnarlite Blsenll6. March
IKT; lom ot. mpl M In Kellar's pram 17111
Aprll rm. 107•01 rot al I a by .. ..AS ft. Ow Yltvenits
it ,Out. of Strullergham .. .. ... •••••••-14.0.0
Carpets and Household Goods at &no
tion, Wednesday, April Bth, at 10 et it.
and 2 - r. H. Be. advertisement of - Port
on et blank auctioneers.
A SCANDAL. .
A Sensafianat Item—A lacasenabie Query.
Several days 'ago we were pliced in
I)""si alleged breach of promise case, ill which
the ..te es at O f
r•a t h e
ehflay r espected 'United
Presbyterian preacher, of our alder city,
and a very estentable and virtuous
young lady of the same locality, figured
conspicuously. We refrained from pub
lishing the sensational item, although
the notes were In possession of our re
porters several day, anterior to those of
our et:temporaries. Inasmuch as publi
cation has been given to the circumstan
ces of the case by two or three of our
daily papers, we desire to explain why we
took the liberty of depriving our readers
of the morsel of intelligence, which, for
the moment, might have tickled the fancy
of readers and have added a tri
fling sum to our counter-sale of papers,
because, forsooth, the name Ofa Minister
of God was dragged down into the caul
dron Of police business, and that of • pure
maiden, of high social standing, was
brought into unseemly notoriety. In
order the better to understand the case
1 we reprint with slight obliterations the
account Of a.cOntemporary, as subjoined:
Rumors have been current for some
weeks past affecting the reputation of
Rev; J. B. Clark, D. D., pastor of the
Second U. P. congregation of Allegheny,
one of the largest In that domination.
The Doctor, who has sustained an are-
I proachable character, Is a wide r, his
wife havind died some three y since.
Among the members of his cong ation
was a young lady, daughter of • dow
formerly residing in the Third ward,
Allegheny. The young lady he the
position of teacher in the Third ward .
schools, and, was well educated.
While pursuing .the stridy'of the hu -
guagea her mind became affected, and IL
was found necessary to send her to an,
asylum In the east for treatment. After
I remaining there for some time, She re
turned to her borne, bat • relapse occur=
red, and she was again placed under
'treatment Finally abeVras pronounced
entirely cured, and returned home. ' The
young lady was of prepossessing appear
ance sad pleasing address, and with the
pastor, as well as with the members of
the congregation, a great emeriti). It is
alleged that the plater became a suitor
for her heart and hand, and was finally
accepted, and that the young lady has in
her poseession numerous letters from
the pastor, showing the, peculiar re
latlons existing. One, it 'le said, re
ferred to the promise of marriage, and
agreeing upon June, 11170, as the time for
tue wedding. It le further alleged by the
young lady that the Doctor.hu recently
expressed his determination not to merry
her, giving as a reason her. mental weak
ness. The friends of the young lady, as
sert that, she is as rational as any person;.
that mentally and physically she is as
healthy as ever she was, and • that the
rut cause of the failure on the part of
the Doctor to fulfill the contract Is that
he is engaged to a young lady In Wil.
We have not listened to either side of
the story. We de not believe that the
lady or the reverend gentleman ever
donated a publication of the . public scan
dal. It was a matter in the province of
a Presbytery of the Assembly to decide.
Instead of referring It to • court of • frail
Publie Opinion, it should have been
submitted to an Ecclesiastical Court to
have been decided, as to the depth of the
minister's offending against the laws of
Plaice and humanity. The high social
position of both parties, and the lila-
Platy of either to misconstrue the
actions of the other, were enough
barders thrown op against mak
ing the matter public property
until It should have assumed shape In a
c curt of Justice or a - religious ooancil.
We propound, In conclusion, without
reflecting the least •on our contempora
ries, whether it is not better to patiently.
await the development. in such cases be
fore publishing the damaging, true or
false particulars, which attend all
such senutional items? It 'requires
years of diligence, of, energy, of cor
rect deportment, of•
~ morality and
of good example to establish the
reputation, stacidieg and position -of •
monistir of any religions denomination;
it requires but • single breath of sus
picion to tear down the elevated peat, on
which he sits, and the sinful world looks
laughingly on the wreck brought about.
Is care and charity, not to be exercised
where so much Is at stake? Who
818. IN UHAS .00176
The Borough VIOSOCOS—PCUUDEI
A. regular monthly meeting of the
Connell of the borough of Birmingham
was held yosterday, Tneedity evening,
April Ltb, 1870, In the Council Chamber
on Fourteenth street.
- - -
Member. prevent—Mesas. V.ualey,
Redman, Oliver, Duncan. Schwerin,
Schneider and Bargees Anghlnbangb,
The minute. of the last . meeting wore
read and approved.
Mr. Redman, chairman of the special
committee appointed at the last meeting
to examine tho proposed route through
the borough of the Pittsburgh, Virginia .
aud ' Charleston Railroad, reported
Oa motion the Committee wee con
The reports of the old oorongh officera,
for last month were read sod approved.
,The bonds of the following named
biirough officers were presented: Mr.
Conway, Wrlghtmulter, 1500; Mr. Pfeil.
Clerk of Maakets, 14,000: Mr. Beech,
'fro:surer, $20,000; Mr. Wank.; tax col.
lector, MAC M. Elchley, High Con.
■cable, '3OO, Thu bonds were, on motion
• Mr. M'Clean Board Measurer, presented
his bond of MOO, which was approved,
arid the oath of 'office administered. •
Bills against the borough amounting
to 1778 37 were read and warrants order•
ed for the Tarlotui amount. • •
Warrants were also ordered to be drawn
for otlicers' salaries. -
Nine citizens residing on Miteenth
street petitioned for IL sewer on said
It was said that the cellars along the
street were constantly filled with water;
it wee proposed to construct a sewer at
ti, cost of the property holders.
The BurgreCstated that there was . •
4'l:Nation as to whether the Connell had
the power to construct a sewer, as pro.
posed, without an Act of Assembly.
There should be an set of title kind
passed, but it was too late now to procure
legislation at the present passion.
On =MOM the petition was laid over
till the next, meeting, and In the mean.
time the Solicitor Is requeeted to 'scar.
lain what power, If any, the Council has
In the premises.
A petition from citizens ma Frederick
street, between Eleventh and
streets, for, the grading and paving of
said street, 'was presented. Referred to
the Street Committee.
A. peUtion for the appointment of John
Noble as night watchman, mut referred
to the Pollee Committee.
Petition of Hosea Huatead, asking to
be continued In the position of night
watchman. Referred to Polio. Commit.
'H. B. ?doCurry is 'leo an applicant fin
the position of night watchman. His
petition wee similarly referred.
The Barger said the condition tf the
borough finances should be looked after
without delay. He therefore recom
mended that the samessmenla be made at
an early day.
• Mr. Oliver Inquired as to what divest-
Lion the Council proposed to make of the
office under the council chamber, now
occupied by Justice Eat !Asbury.
Action In the matter was deferred till
the next meeting. •
On motion It was resolved that when
Council adjourns Ct adjourns till Thurs
day evening, when the matter of &seem
manta will be considered.
• On motion the repairing of the borough
clock was placed In the bands of the
/3chool Directors, the borough to contrib.
uto its share of the expenses.
Constable Elohley Informed tbe Coun
cil that the borough lock-up was in •
filthy condition, and needed repairs. He
asked for Information as to whether be
would go on and clean the place and
make neoeasary repairs, or If it WWI the
business of the'Police Committee.
It was decided that It was the duty of
the Pollee Committee to attend to the
repairs, end the matter was acoordingly
referred to that Committee. .
On motion, Adjourned.
The following etooks were soli last
evening on the second floor of the Com
mercial Raise Rooms, 106 Smithfield
Street, by A. Mollwaine, auctioneer:
Iron City National Bank.— 90.23
Exchange a .. 37
Mechanioa . 4 . 4
Bank of Pittsburgh .
M. mid M.:
do L.. a a
Pittsburgh Inenranoe CO.
Monongahela . 4 . ..
Pennsylvania . 4
Allenianin .. " - 39
Enterprise a 30 '
Allegheny Valley R. R. - 20 ' 25
A. V. R. U. 73.10 Bondi MK Per et.
filesseth Blm Tint Tate;" II
Shalmpure said when quilling • goblet
of Pier, Dupuis & Co.'e cream lie.
ORNING, APRIL 6, 1870
The Patrons of Col. J; D.Eras
should remember that be has removed
his establishment to Smithfield street,
next door to the Methodist Denoaitory
building. With the change in location,
however, the Colonel will make no
change in hie method of doing business
—that la, selling off Standard Worke in
all branches of literature at haltprica.
If you want anything In the book line
give him a call.
Fashionable Clothing.—The new spring
styles have Just been umlaut at the
merchant tailoring house of Hespenheide
& Co., No. SO Sixth (St. Cfair) street.
The-firm have on hand expreuly for
spring and antnmer wear, • new and
choice stock of material, to which they
Invite the attention of young gentlemen
and others who take • pride in wearing
neat fitting, wall made and atyilah cloth
ing. made of the beat material in the
market. We can recommend the hurt of
Hespenheide .t Co. to public patronage.
One of the chief charaoteristics of
"moving day," which makes It memory.
blo to the housewife, is the disastrous
effect which results to the crockery and
Queensware: Formerly this was an Item
of considerable importance,'but since the
advent of the Keystone *are, and cor
respondingcheap prices with tine goods,
the annoyance has not been so seriously
felt. The warehouse .of the Keystone,
hlesars:Kler dr Co., proprietor', is at No.
WS Liberty street.
Loot In at the new fashions for ladles
at Moorhead'a, No. 81 Market streot.l
Every lady is sureto bays the latest out
by purchasing at Moorhead. The
stook at this bowie is always kept up to
the times in price, quality, quantity and
freshness. Dices and trimmings and
velvets and cuffs and collars and ribbons
and sashes, and everything in the line of
ladles PubloSable goods can be had at
No. 81 Market street.
There is one place In the city where at
any hour of the day a lady or gentleman
may obtain a clean, palatable and appe
tising lunch. — _Youngson and Co., the
ponniar.confectioners, corner Smithfield
street and Diamond alley, make this
branch of their business • specialty.
Those who desire to test their success
should call at their establishment and
get a lunch.
Lathe., Tools and Patterns at Auction.
—The large sale of Machinery at Mr.
Tomllnson'a Works,' Duquesne Way,
comes off positively to morrow (Thurs
day) afternoon at two o'clock. This
attractive sale deserves the special atten
tion- of machinists, engine builders and
rolling millers. Bee advertisement by
A. Loggate, Auctioneer. .
The Spring silica et Henri C. Hale.
Merchant Taller, at corner of • Pend*
avenue and Sixth street, Is now largo
and complete. Moneleur Sonpalne con•
tlnues to preelde at the cutting. tf
After the trouble and fatigue of "mov
ing der," call In at Holtzbeimer Conti
nental, Fifth avenue below the Postadice,
and refresh the loner man with a rich,
dainty and rionrialdnr: repeat. •
tioltaheimer , s Continental, below the
Peen:Mee, Firth avenue, w ill be found
Just the place for business men dining
Tempting and appetizing viands at the
Continental, Fifth avenue, below. the
—Bettina from the primary election
in the Fourth Indiana District show that
Jallan has been defeated by Judge .Wll•
son by a majority of afew votes,
Additional Markets by Telegraph.
CAltillimax, April b.—Reef Natio—
ns:septa 332 head. and prices 5(05.34.;
higher; extra 112.7.5@13,23. brat quality
1124012,60, second quality f 111515050,
third quality $9®10.60. Sheep and
Lamba—Mcelpta 1733 head and market
not buoyant; miss in lots at 113@4,60 and
PHILADILPHIA, April 6 -Flour, super
fine ;4.37%4.50. .).?Wheat: red $424®
Rye bald at Corn better, yellow at
$1,0501,06, Oats In fair datnarrat SO@
820. Ideas Pork WA, Lard .14,;(4
15340. Whisky higher and holders are
Naw Clai,grats; 4pril s.—Cotten firms
middling 3.(c; sales 1.700 bales; resell:4a
4,444 balm; exports 2,713 bales; stoat
SHE►N — YDWARDS—Ou the Seth of lebru.
Are. 1170. by the Rev. Wm. Owen.. at the real.
Ideate of the hrlie•s matbtr, We. ROBERT
SHEEN lad Mt.. MART EDWARD% both of
.NES EDWARDS—op the :14th of 7eOrn
-11170. by the ReT. Wllll. Deeps, Mr. 11164 HY
W. J 024 AO nod Mn. ANN R. V.D W ABMs. boa.
of Eettsbareh. •
at minutes mut 4 o'clock, RAN
LIN, In the lath 'ear of ale are.
Funeral terdee at Mt. Paul'. Chard, Lady-
VIII.. at Lir-put 1 o'clock OP THCA-51, %T. the
7th Ind. ?Arida of the family are remedially
Invited to attend the falters'.
61,11.1. LAG Timed Amil Sk A RI ;
damiliter Dominick ate:and ry ki allae. nice •
Funeral from the realdeam or her mints. No .
199 Wetter armee. on TutlatlDAT. •t P. , /..•
tal Pro Med to It. Marla etenetery. /elands or
tie fatally are remmethilly Invited to attend.
11•TIIBIS—On Yoadav,lnrll 4th. 1810, at 11
85'clock A. 0. 11, J•MIZtI MeTURIL. n .the
ths year of taa age.
Funeral from Ws late reeldenee. No. 130 SU
teenth etzeet. Birmingham. in WZDMIISDAY
drrnanoorr at. o•eioek. The friend. of the
family are Invited tot teed.
HUGHltel—On Monday. Aprll tot e r 010. at 1
o'cick A. it. - LIDA VAUD. ca of IL H.
1 . 4 ".. 011, ..h.fb.% LLM 11.ontbs
nineral (root parents' reuldente, So. Va .
Federal &Haat. Pltubtrik, at 10 o'clock Wolk:
ananan sconataro. Friends and Walloon*: tbe 4
inolly are laniard to attead.
JOSEPH NEVER & SON,
N0.'41811 PILAF BTELIT
Cardamom Zoe Tumoralls Pair*tubed.
0017119 n • ion all Funeral Furnlakteent at rt
BALLO!, & ADAMS,
167, 168, 169 and 170
Me now petard to nada Milian at Um
LOWIAT MAIM= BAT. Attatan n Du ,
nalstly anted to oar
rou WINE VINEGAR.
pROPOILIII.B WILL BE IRE
CILIVID al the Orrict or m.e WATMI
1 . 112.,./ 7 , a r z u lfzk h el. House. • z :
Lotr, CLZA 11410 LIAN PABtrLuPPAoT
thrush not team teas • bs loch meets
sad nu over • slut meter. of hot leas thae ft of
JUMPII /BENCH, nnpenn•t
JOHN M. COOPER & CO.
Bell and Brass Founders,
MINN, LOCONOTITE h LOLLING NIL'
Jlade Prosseptty to Order
Made and Kept on Hand.
Propriston lad NIRROCAIII4.IIoI
J. M. Cooper's Isprovedßalanee Wheel
Mee, 882 PENN STREET.-
roondri, Ow. De awl Railroad fitrooldas
eremantim. p •
J OSEPHII. FINCH is CO.,
01mea80.11117.1014 an. Isa..d M.
Mgr MM. rrrreatmea,
Corpse Distilled Furs Hie wido w .
Alan &alma la 11 , 0111191 a W 1145 and LL WHIRL HOPS. 116 1•121...11
PEAUL Afill.-115 casks reef ale
bY J. X. CAXILSLD.
rarrioTlOBB—"2b-Let," ati lS
w a w" "Pound," "Boarding,.
&a, not exceeding FOUR LINES, sell
ba inaerted iii them &damn/ once /or
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS; epee addi
tional tine FIVE CENTS
wrll estgallsbed .d good paring balb
gess. good taaner for a E. est . rt
with a raw hundred dollars. Apply 1,1543 rena
• • or neeP the city by &STK AM ENGINEER,
with perfectly satlefactoryifstinton Isis 23 to his
experience, isatistry, skill and sobriety. Ad.
dress Rh GINEX It. No. 33 H-nterer street. Al
legheny. or refer to JOSIAH KING, et the GA-
Pgris ofilee. .
WANTED.—A TOILING MAN
11,6 Moen to tight...en ) , sra or 37.
6 16.116 a re•tanrant. Ah4lr at 176 :+mt thfield
atom eINNT 2,1 o ,rroorletor.
WANTED.—Fifty Coal and
Ore Miners. no ulne.• fee to wine fart
Raid to the mines. .4.,eral Girls are for
and country Annly dourploymen Oftlc,
No, 1 edr.th Street, ant trout caapenalon
WANTED. - MORTGAGE&
1130.000 to Loan In Large or small mounts.
►t a fair rate of Interest.
111031111 K. PETTY.
BM, Uond and neat Estate Broker,
• No. 171i1Stelthael4 street.
Friday. March 23,
.tween Port Perry and aragAraport th e:
%reek Orlbe Connellsvllle.Nallroad, a PUC K
Bourt,obntainln• about $5O In money and •
proud Nor? Note on eamtwun entre], for VW.
Any one finding laid Pocket Nook will be liter.
ally rewarded by writing to DANINI. VA NS,
Irwin dertlon, Weatmore`and Co.. Pa. 3-9
TIP:PLET. IRPOMS.— Parlor,
ining no.] •nd Kitchen. with range. bur
an water, gaa, Ac. All In good order. For
oarticniare tequirii at C. ItLeillAid °wiry
enact. earner of Fourth Arena° nod Libe , ty
XoLET. ROOM, Fri rn ished
or ovforahheil..ultable fora tleman'e
ing room. Mt Pull ILTII AVE.. 4.6
rje-LET St ory Brick
LINN HOPSP. No. la Ackley (late Caron)
street, g.tondwan!. All. enemy. Contains nee
TO MT, aisle SOO WOOD MOM. Ulf and water.
Heat low. Apply to '
ape Al Lm Allegheny.
frO-LET.—Brick House of S
L Halms, Hall, Was, Water, No. 140 Market
&reel, 6th Ward, Allegheny. •
TH - LlT—Brek House of 6 Rooms. No. 140
Middle ...ay.near elarnpson rt...., 241 wa d.
Allegheny. The above Houses will be reuttd
low end pocesslon given Immealstey i.it roly to
aps Al Diamond. Alleaber:T.
mo n LET.—A new HOUSE of 4
tttloW. C. 1t.A1 1..a1 ml lea
s roat luriulru tt 11511
10 -LET.--1 Orst•class STORE
ROOM, No. 45 Uhlo sir et . Allegheny, 3
" west if the Diaz ad; also 4 ItUUSIS over
meld store room. Wilt be rented et °erste er to.
gather. If d sired. One of the beet business ice
tattoos to the city. Rent moderate. Inquire Of
1 - 3 0400 Ohlo Street.
FRENT.—The Three' story
BRICK WARICHOWYE to Church alley . ,
b) rear of No. 1130 Waal street, formerly o-cupled
Wm. Cu.as sirr A .? 4 ,6-Itzu.
No. lnind IT* Woml.gt.
rLET.—One good Store room
ad it iVELLIZt Li, No: 45 Onto street. 3
teas from Dlanr.od and nem. door to Ift &natio
Saying. Bank. One or the Mai !mations In the
oil;. dentmoderate. Alec, la 144/115 In Um
mar of tald More room. • tottoll l_or
meri,9e W. CARSON. 44 Onto street.
r , LET.—A Tavern stood, No.
fifth avenue. Vine &evidence on Mt. Wulllne.
lon, Third uvula" Mall. Upon" and omen. on
illerket street. 8111./eMeni Nos. FT nod TO Third
avenue, I.IAZZ /Of & Co..
Attorneys at Lass.
OA PIM avenue.
Olt PALE.-One pair No. 10
PLATFORM MCAT. orn In good order,
D. at No.* Hand de . Plasburgb.
VOll, SA LE.—STOCM, LEASE
and YiN.l LIKES of I to.o fo 21 Dia mon I,
.Allcalomy. Dow ocmalr 1 as a dorr and fn. d
mom. Tar mon lomthm In am Dia
mond. 0 , 11 to erg. ,qe In can. r Mamma
Enquire on Dap premise, 1 case ..ren years to
FOQ SALE.—AN ELEGANT
COUNTRY Sf AT.— • Eloarrn Lyle USE
a... 1 &Loot TWU I) A HALT ACE.s DI
rrial ' itrrr ( y . l' s ti ' n "" I "
or IL "
Mooke at 03 ' , CUM AVE:R.7 . em .
l IsA AC .1 'NES or S. O. CARRIER.
rfILIE A—A Ilegheny County
000 HOUSE lio:11/$. 130,13011 In
'Author el each, muting three to nix
Yeats, alit mitres.. at 1 per cent. Free Iron
State .3 chanty taxes. ape]. it
331 1110. ALIIREE. Teens',
von PALE.—Engines and Boil-
A: [LILY, flew nntl &nand Hand, kat .1l tin&
co... Lap un bund.
.MKS HILL At CO..
Corner Marlon Avenue and P., F. W. & C. LW
FOR k ILE —Elegant. BRICK
Housx:.. 10;11 9ro Inn. modern eolith.
with Oss, Ranae. t liot ' a K nd Odd Water. Lou 30
by 197. situate on 44thstn. This Is a nor
opportunity fur th ose &shun, a handsome rest
dt nee T. R. MLA. &
run !SALL—Yew. MUCK 110000. 7 room:
mobs rn finisb, sli nate on 41un swett. Possow
stun alverk Ist of April.
T. IL SILL &SON.
YOR BALE .— N TRAIIIC HoUE, 6 MOM.
alitotte ...sr 39th nrett. street
race $4.9119. icup terms.
Pen, a nd 334 meet»
OR SA LE.—BUILDIN G LOTS
moIIN ALLXCIIIENT CITY.—I offcr fo laale
t delighifol bolldleg tots eltuated the
gvcond ward. Alleitheny, on Perry,ville Pleat
Immo and Observatory avenue , sulluining tter
Obaervatory ground.. Them Lots are part ol
five and oneelialf tfiti) rev. A plan of there
lots can b, re. n ac my store, No. 03 WOOD
nTlitgllT. The plan has alto e o rtcorritd.
Euh Lot le a trent lot, fronting on Perrysvil e
road or Obserfhtory avenue; sim, 34 feet wide
34 be 173 feet. Most of the lots arc srld.
Flee d•clituge have been erected sir, ad,. Per
sons desirous to leave the low ground. and
smoky miles can here And in
locality la one of the finest in the two and
but four minums• wale from the head of Deuces
gtreet: • hooted walk lead* to the prelate.. Tile
reat beauty of socciel7 and iprnendinn are tier
h e ttoP
`1,0. 0. f 1 )11111.
No 93 Wood stet, Pittsburgh, or lave r
Avenue. Allegheny cfly.
FOR ES EL
The moat et tenth.. and sobstant'al Saw Ilia
In Allegheny county situated. In the bunt.
net.iportion of the . cty, at the (oat of Beth
meet, Plitscura h. with mega Yard. and good
WaPr. Barge *ad Poet Yard. i
The Improvements are on leased ground on
err, valuable tarfie. The lot lire 355 feet along
•Ileabes• Valley Itallroad. ane agen , • from
Spruce wley io River boot 550 feet. with 800
feet Ricer landing.
VkLUABLE SWAM: MILL,
Separate Won: Save .1111- Plr..class five, litid
Boat Sned, Black=lth Stop, liana., .0. Poo
tees on Ilya. any time. Thl. 1. a t rare upper n
atty fur 1111 eat pedia&
tat.om.. In *large
and end:Sable Lumber oat Mashies., re.
nutria. bat a sen•il eon
Our particulate, enquire at the 11111.
14 2 : , 46 root of T W n tycCLenNaPO t PE,
ITALUdi OLE OAK LAND P OP
XEITY .111/9 RAL.-100 fuel front on
0v. 1 4 . 1f; portion, 90 3 fr ee :
111, large parlor, lair
ble mantle, dialled room, *Melon, large 'cellar,
three chamber., three 01110 rooms, porch, rte.,
cistern and hydrant water. Molt sea elmde .....
Concord grates eke.. In desirable lociatlon. ere
Minutes wale from the Station, and emy of
aCcen by lotincliptille Flaliroat
S. OUTIIR SAT & &)R,
39 eir,b avenue.
VALVABI E FARM AND MILL
PROPERTI Tun SALE.—ollosted at Han.
tan Otntinn, Panhandle Itallsosa. Cowman:loo
sere., TO of sittleit ate imor.d; all under good
fence: Allaeres of Coal, The Improvement. are
• 3 story flooring Mill. with 51 inn of twin. lo
110.4 Order. Mill uss large. own*: In fell op.
era lon. Cottage Hon..,.roome.Tenant House
and large young Orchard. Pant. wishin
the milling audios' liminest. e the above g
PO/Maio a raid opportunity. Price low. PVT.
r. muiy. Apply to R. 11141.41 N A 1.34.
3115711 104 Poorth &mu..
EERSONAL.—AII persons seek.
INU HONKS, or Investments In Real Ns
,VIII save time. trouble and money byline.
241514 flimagt: l ;l7:a u .Nry.R.VM
or will be sent by mall Tun loony executing It.
Persons cannot all to get salted net of the large
Ilst It contains. OIWYT 8 PHILLIPC, rob.
Milers and Heal taste Agents, No. egg Mount
NIVS;ATERN DISTRICT OF
At Plitormiz N b BY tti V 9l/1:;I:y r of Much. A. D.
1 h. under. tithed hereby glees a.. , ttee that
mom t order of Court, • terond &terra' Meet.
lug of the Creditors of 111.11. in 11 MURPHY. •
B•skrupt. will to held at tiwtoth • of JOHN N.
PUHVIANCII, Esq., Realties It Bankruptcy, at
No. 110 Federal itrret. lu theetty of Allettheny.
toe 010 DAY OF •Plills A. U. 1010. at
IC for het peft ssa named is the 311th
BCOLIOU Of the Hankroput Act of Starch 2; 1851.
JOHN HAILICI. Assigoee.
2010 . Attorneysatstatw. SD (Irma ht.
A DNINISTBATOII8 9 NOTICE.
AO&—Lett erg of admit latraUom having been tills
nay'rime led to toe au deralintd. on the tome of
JANE E. DONNELL, hue of favra tettnthip.
Al Won, mainly, Pa , dee'd, all person are,
hereby notleed to mat et unteedre haynient, and
thelonavloo claims .111 pre . e them. nroteele
a.theolleated, tor lettlettent.
WU. V. EVANS.,
JACOB DONNE LL,
lgOTlCE.—Whereas, Letters of
Alottelstnalyn noon the t o AS
A. HOTCHKISS. de, Jae of trLt.h ward.
Alleg havoc been granted to the ander.
slaw hall peewee Indebted atrald VIM! wilt
Ma, Imonedlate payment and all persons
n n eigg nygyno against the tame 1,111 present
them properly allthentleated for hettlement-
ALROG Y. HOTCHKISS. Adat'a.
mltH.w Wll. Y. TIUMBLIC, Adw'r. .
THROUGH IN FORTY DAYS.
We ...Jost In receipt of • small Invoke
*oleo . Japan Teo, Dut up In baudsosso
try cbole Japan Tea. v.. ..,
teepered ten pCnind addle.; also by Ilia posod;
r.i711 vla Sao Inltteitao: for Sala t 7
JOHN A. ILLNBRAW.
vaINO Honer Merl!' sad Math straits
EicENDERSON Lit BROTHERS
Bee tabui_y sued, De.4es• la Dna.
sad Mat airrllalsas. mar
Alt ORDINANCE creating the
•Dear., ftisnteto . of Mlle, and ReLulaUOi
the dale Or Milk
do, I. Be It ordained and Muteted by the CM)
of Pittsburgh', In reject and Common COUncllS
and tt is hereby ordained and enacted
autiurltrmf lb: name, That It shall be un
-1.1'4 need r
071`10F17teh".ififofor axle [talus the
070..,71;5'ri'; a tut
i :ins: i ri.cil str
utsobn moo:nolo u sual] be
r uts. and If. a'Zi..s.l'ilVthe "ay"
" . "d
sue th e Mayor shall ad
/re io entity, he stall impose a
ne not extending the sum of tarty dui Mrs and
" rVerrarsVe 'r g 1?.! .Id i
ni burgh and '
Or the InspOet.r of Milk.
See. M. It stall be the duty of the Councils In
.1 , 11111 session annual ly 10 Orel a sellable person
as — lnapector of 1111 k,•• whose duty It shall he
enforce the provlslone of t.ls enli.
nanceito arrest wl ntrenorrs and make c,mrislut
against th. m before the Mayor; to sole all
sold. reposed or offered for tale contrery to Ibi s
ornance.anddispom of the accordance
ivlth the Judgment given by theela n
))r upon the
hearing of each case, and he shall ker p sn_
pucount of all sorb sales and dinto sit lons and re
n the game quarterly to the I,linclis.
Sec.limp, tor of Milk strait have the
right to ter In and upon all places where milk
Null be isnot. ex payed or °dere i for as and In
ppee a sTs i ors:te i r elii! . .l M n ' t i ritnTy r' an n r
male alike Ina•ectlou and examluatlon of Snit
which may have en sld, r epored. off. red or
delivered to be sold, when.•er the same may be
found within sand rlty.•ed report Me same to the
Mayor, In ease any violation of this ordinance
abed appear o have born committed, Provided,
however. 'hat •ny eltiarn requlrlog such Instit••
lion shall drat pay to the Inwstor Me sum of
for thn one of the elle. -
C. 4. Alt moot TS made by sales of forfeited
milt, and received for In.iretthns made, shall be_
athognte for and patti quarterly ands tlltr
TreeAirrer for Or use of the eiru, all tines
eolleettd by the Mayor absit be seconnted for and
paid to the city as In other cases. The salary of
said thvßector shit I it: the sum of t— Per WI•
num. pays Ile as to th • lite eases.
Stn. 6. Betore entering noon his Maier. the
Inspector of Mill avail tate and suldcrille before
the Mayor an Oath o d
r affirmation that he with
faithfully perform the utiesof his oencei and
sire bond In the sum of 4—, with two sureties._
In tho manner pr.. " of
ior:YEeTri - spre
nog. The Pollee, under the direction of the
Mayor, shall Mil the Inspector of 1111 a In toe ca.
foretment of this Ord I. aces, nod so) 1 3 who
00.11 hinder. Interrupt or Teals, the inspector In
the p Tromso. beforem unties. stall
vict.. thereof the Mayor. be adjudged to
pay • doe not exceed lux dr. y dollars.
Read twine and ordered :o be printed and Ie
the pipers au•hor . sed to-do the city prlntlost.
ANAN ORDINANCE authorizing
the (leadlna. Paula!, and turning or Tue.
street., 110,0 tierces to Heady street:
!sacrum 1. Re f, Ordattted and enacted by the
City e Pittsburgh, in Beleet and Common Clouse
ells ageranbled and ft le hereby ordained and
enaetot by the authority; 41 tits mete. That the
city ne and' h.e nereby eatharleed
and•dlreeted to advertise tor prc_posill for the
P(racing. paving and earning or Tustin Weal.
eon neaten street to hi: street. andto let the
C omely the max err direct d he an ordlnaneecon-
Corning .tree tt. paw An net 31st, 1331; al.,
an set wacernlng etreenk approved Jan. eth,
rte. 2. Thst anyordinance or part or ord
Dance conflicting milli the pmeage of this ord
mince at th e present time, be and the same
bore repealed On tar MA tlie name affect. 0020 dlne.
Ordained and enacted Into • lase this the Atillh
day of March, A. it. 11128. .
.1 ssalli.`l McAULF.Y.
President of belect Connell.
Attest: Z. B. Winnow. •
Clerk of :select Council.
W. A. TOMLISSON.
President of Common Connell.
Attest: 11. Mc Mks .%
Clerk of Common Council. an/
AN ORDINANCE authorizing
the opening of Tocht strect, from Seneca
street to Arad, street.
• . •. • . .
Br Crusted. Be 11 ordained and enactor by the
My of PM,burgh. in Select and Common Conn
eft, ratterited, and it is hereby ordained and
snarled Ms authority of Me Rama. That the
Cl'y Anton •r he Ansi ne I. hereby authorised
AIM din tied to surrey and open Tustin ' , Meet.
from Vent . stmet to Brady • read s and to ap
praise dam es and &mem benefits mused there.
by, Jacob Iller , B. C. Sawyer and John Flynn
are hereby npoented in accordance wi th an Act
cone-rnms irceta, approved Jan . filth. .1191214.
ann. I. 1. lit any ordinance or part or ontl
nance con I lettng with the p ..... e of this cord!.
nen e at the present time, he an
the same Ls
hereby repealed, so tar an the same affects this
',lathed and enacted Into& law thLa Seth day
of March, A.. li. WSW.
. . .
Pr sl JAMES MeAULEY
Attest.: F.. S. li/okkOw '"
Clerk of keleet . Courtell.
Tre . TOSII.INSON
Attest: H. Mektkair W. A
AN ORDINANCE authorizing
the Grading raving and liotlilng of Mad
ison street, f cm ram ay. one to Toetlo street.
riscriatt I, Be ft ordainedand moot tv
the Cap of Pittetiorgh, to &Bid ooei
mow (Antoci/. GI W. Intel o f ortfatned nod euaet Enginee r authority p e rt
snow. I hat the City be and i s 1.," authorised atol directed to mtvertlso for
proposals tor the Ctraidnit, Pacing and Curb
ing of •Ilatlison street., from Filth Srenne to
Tuttle sir et, aud to let the same In the
manner dlrrettd by au nrelnanne eoneernlun
streets. passed Aviscurt Mist, 1837: also so Act
coneerving stratts.appr Veil .I.l:leery Otti,IES.I.
hoc. 4. that any ordinance or Of
nance conflicting with the atlas part
sege of tal ordi
nance at the present time. be aud the tame Is
herelty repetied so far al the same a ff ects this or
Unl .b... 1 a.) enacted Into a law In Coned!
this Willi day of Mare. A. D. 11170.
• President of talent Connell,
tic t i ir tof Se wet Conorll.
- A. TOMLINSON,
' • President of_Connuon Comoll.
Attest: 11. .IfollAwftn,
Citric of t mow. Cornell. as 4
AN ORDINANCE .authorizisig
the tlialing, loving aril curbing of tilo.
street. front Filth avenue to Bluff stri et.
Yat'. 1, lie It rdalned n
P(llsuurpA, In 0.1.4
i n,r oy ' Om atitiawity (he ram, That the !,10 ,
' Zitilt c i r'o h r ' ire 7 se domed
cur. lag edit at net, from Filth arcane to Bluff
street... awl to let the tale In the manner.
directed by an oldinance • eoneerning accents,
putted Augoit 31n, 1857; alone Act concern
ing streels. approved January 6th. 1861.
Sac. It. a lint any ordina ors,
Myer eon dieting pith thencep.m sathit null.
canoe at the prevent Unte.he and the ela here
hy relented to far us the ;ale affect. tide Ordi•
ordained soil eracied Intoa law . In Connell , ,thlv WWI day or a: rcb. A. I). 1810.
Presittnftl A taTlCil.
Atteati E.S. BlOnnOw.
L lerk of Select Conn, 11.
_ W. A. TOAILIBBON,
evident or Common Council.
At" i ' :lYrit ' c i a l itgi T tiftl Connell.
(47eeN- ORDINANCE authorizing
the onenlng of Homewood avenue sixty
E; an l kstown line
t la Width. from Greensburg p
( Ike d
rtieMon 1. ye U ordained and eneetted•by lb.
Oast of 14114,04 inSelert and Comma* M.-
cite ...bled, and ft it hereby ordained sad
amulet! by the autkorify W fita .soms. That the
ellty Engtoe. r rO. and bet, in byam hortred and
dirt Ctea to surreyan 1 tonto Homewood ave.
one to sin/ (60, feet In width, from. Greens.
burg Pile to Yrankstown Road; and to appraise
damagesan sed asss lenebta caused theretry, T.
Unction. 'Coley Torn nee an 4 11. H. Toner. are
h reed nopomted 1p necordonce with an Art eon.
evening ntreets. approlred January elk. 1464
Kr.: , . a. That any oultnnuee or part of ordi
nance eonhletiog with the pateagcof this ordi•
tuner at tbe present time, be and the came Is
hereby repealed so far as the same affect, this or
Ordained and enacted Into a law In Councils
this 10th dry of Horeb, 4. D. 1870.
President of Select Council.
Attest: E. S. Monson,
Clerk or Select Council.
W. A. TOMLINSON.
President of Common Connell.
Alter?, F. MCHAterso,
Clerk of CoMmort Council. apt
AN ORDINANCE authorizing
the treading or Castat street from asdfo.a
net to Arch st. eet.
IMCTIOII 1. Br a ordained and awortsd by tka
Can N PrUsiorrya, fa Select mut • Cornrow Cob.
at, .remb led. and ate Acneti, ordains& and
marred autb VD& rams. That the City
furthest be an begs hereby authorised and di
' reeted to ad vsr Ilse for proporals for tha rang
of C aaaaa Street, from -. Hydrant West t'r Are
street, and to let tbk same In .he manner directed
bySA Old Itt•rwe torero/ler streets, parted Ay
rust 31st, 1051: also ah not window,' streets,
approved January 6th. 1064.
Sec. Thatanv onStranee or partof ordinance
roadiettng tim e .he passage of tars OrdibllUM
the presrotbe sod the name la hereby re
psaled so far aa the um. &frets this ordinance,
Ordained andenacted Into a law la Conraslis,
this [lBth day of March. A. D. 1850.
Prcsioent of licloot Council.
jat lieYlt gi lf trreCT S jOunoll.
W. A. TOMLINS,
• President of COmmou Co O rnell.
Attest, 11. MClforrcu,
Clerk of Common Connell. .64
AN ORDINANCE changing the
name or-Wettmlustar avenue to Ifrasks
blur. I. Be It Ordained and enacted by the City
of Pittaboreh, In beteet and Common Connell.
assembler, and tile bert hy ordsdned and et:Meted
by the authority of lila me. 1 hat the name of
estmlne.er overrun be Changed to Frankstown
elec. 2. That .y pastor ordinance
eon al cling with th ey,sage of this ordinanco at
the present time, be d the ...Is hereby re
pealed so Par as the same affec thi oinance.
Ordained and enacted into awn la iCamelia,
this Ninth day of iffareb. A. 0. lin%
Presol.t of Helsel Comet)
Attest; E. O. llosnovr,
Clerk of &leer Connell..
W. A. TOMLINSON.
Attest: ideMAnenn. President of Common Cooncli.
Clers of Common Council.. apt
A N 011DINANCE authorizing
.rxor. W. Anderson to erect str e e t clad addl.
Uon to his milieu Waseinston
bacon:. I. Be it ordained and inutedulag i 44
UUy of PitrOnsrylt, fig Baled and Oseginon tans.
els mumbled. osid fe Meshy mdsisted and es.
titled Ow tAs anditority CO. mom, hat pee.
den talon be and to hereby minted to W. W. no-
e to erect so iron clad addition. twenty by
101 , h e t. O ne atm blab. to Ms mill on Wash*
bic. SI That any °Minna. or pa rt of MO
nanrn nano condoling Me bagasse of this owl.
•t the present time. be MUT w eal me is
hereby ri pealed mo far an the same this
Ordained and enacted Into • law In o..nneas,
this Sigth day or March. A. O. /IWO.
PreeldJAM t E ,
Attrat: IL it eonaow , _
rii7k — on - 0 - .; . n;ou
PtWd:nt of Common Coune]l.
A.A.: H. MOM 0001.&
Clort of io.moo Council. MN
- - -
AN ORDINANCE authorizing
the construction of a Public Sewer on gt.
+Sclos Misr. from Miltenberger street toOtst
CU escriole 1. & # ordatudenadeddedby Lis
f PUUtogrok fa &Led and Lionogoo Ono.
essonbled, U Amery, ordained ad
darted by Go antherils et to saw. Tut Me
City Engineer be and he is hereby authorised
and directed to adult-Ise for propouls for the
soutenchos ef a Puhlto Beret, on et. a . alrick • la
alley, from Illitenbermr street to Gist meet.
and to uses. the coat of the um-. Jamee Pub.
James chambers, and Jacob Miter are o.mby
ppointed In aecordanCe with eh Let or Amiably
approved Janury 6th. IR6 i„
Thu any ordmanoe oh
of ordl ,
nonce coodicting with the odes* or this ordi•
nerd at the present time, be and the doe Is
her "T al so lbz as the more afoot. OM es-
.j r ;
ed and enacted In t o C'thdth.
".O lb der of ktareo. A. tr.llo
Atte . : s. s. , mo Pt u e , e4ent of detest Coaxal.
• Clerk of &lees Cirestell.
Attest: - 11. f
li P "cllslrk e t W°.f "1".1158°'
Clerk often:mon Cooktdl.
OrriCz CITY IxOtadagi IIrD atTarlYo3l, a
',rue:mpg. )(arab 30, 1310.
VOTICE.—The assessments tor
ASV Grading ard llarddlemblag LAYMILKII
aTelltle.. from !Mottos ouselgpriag mrdes„...
DOW ready for ...inseams ud ma be seta id
WOOuntil WIMP ISDAY April 9,1110
WOO • B. J . MOUILE, Cup idgtgaer„
INEW OPERA 11014 E.--
Ore/147s A sri-ntt
Grand English Opein Compaiq.
CARL ‘ , USA, (I)l•eetorm C. 1). Item• Co.
. S d • Vito
ONLY FOUR NIIIIIIS 11 2 tiV . E IL" . 4".
ch d a agl ing E OperEßa, M NU. AV ha.
MARTHA. MA KM Ne MAMTRA.,
Mae. FA RICA CUL In Ny r g • eat and anus
Proacheble role of /11•RTH A, watt Me. M
OWN, CAnTLI, CAMPRZLI.,
HALL. Conductor, Mr. CARL Mika.
Seaso n MOWTh Ureat Musk Mann eee the
, Will betas production of.. Yaw.
terwork. THE MARRIAGE of rtu•%o, (guy,
Mme. Pampa Rom and earl 7
all the member, of the C weeny In the Cut.
FRIDAY—ROBS OF CAsTILLIf.
SATURDAY—GU sgenerali menuth-MARE,
TANA Mislead ef TRILISCEICTZ, for width
•• ais msy be exchanged.
ISATUUDA .111) GALA. MATIE/C . F.—
ROHR ASIAN Gilt! .. Sheet now ones.
TOUR IND/NTS, ONLY.
Sin iX7 o ° a V, ZDNISIDAY MVOS LAS, l pril
'ALLEN & PETIENGILL'S
JOUNNY ALUM and
eiIARLIR PETTENW LL.
AND Tann .GREAT STAB COMPANY.
Loot °rs' SO
rlnt aew NUMSRIL I SO
Admissloa. 33a •ots; Rasaresd Remo, 30 mats
SILTINZE ON SATURDAY Arra RNOON.
LllStgY7lll.4=tl- Witr I SVN Y O, H /gr 3S i t "
Pea Posters lad Programmes tar sartlonlars.
Tickets far stale at Indentaartre Root
3103 .p 3.43
BY PORTSER & MAINS.
HOUSEHOLD 00 0.118
• AT AUCTION.
Wednesday, April :6th, at 10 A. V.,
AllOB /Mb avenue Salesroom, two doors below
Cathedral, will be sold one Family Beroncha. let
Oroeerlen, new and otiono hand raralters.
Hair, Hoek and Cotton linemen., Feather
,Bede. Bolster. ant Pilows, Oak and Wallet
.Extenuon Tables. Ilinlng Chair.. one elem.&
ten foot French Pints If nor, right oft Medina
sloe; two self-winding !flat Brunets for show
windows, Ire watts wiorted yeeensware, three
hundred sets iron, Bone and Coeon handle
Knives and floras. lotol Port and stun" Wine
In bottles. At I Weloct will be sold new and
second hand Brussels sod le idals Carpets.
pertlee wishing to Purchase Carpets will do
will do well to attend this tale.
PORTSER do MAINS,
• •-• AUCTIONEER 1!!3.
LAMP, POSITIVE. SALE
TOMLINSON'S MACHINE WORKS.
Ott THURSDAY, April 7th, at A o'aleek, will
be sold withoat reams (hoeing Salt Marna...
at Tomlinson's into Machine Works, corset of
Duquesne Way and Cavils alley, the following
property: Largo planer. with eatenaion and
tools; largo lathe, with Istarea; Kanto., wood
torOlog, and other lathes; small planer, slop
drill press, yard and 'terra' drill, prone, Wl*
strew salter, taps and'dles. band or mall Dowsr
screw cotter, lboadry Crane, shop mom *halo
radizss holster, wheel] ores., hand poach, mor
ticing machine, vises, band screws, lathe cheek.
.sand tape, dies and screw. shop scales, seals,
beam, guano s blackandln forge and tool., 11,000
Moods bar Iron, car doon,engine and passages.
railway pattern., peen patterns fa copper
works, car wheels, lathe, locomotive and tow
Patterns, pit ar blocks and hinges, and • largo
salseellaneods eollectear of machine tools Or
value to machinists. The topeelal attention o
Insekrattsts is directed this Important nod Tory
attractive p.remptory sale. '
apt A. I,ECIUS.Tr, Az:Mk:neer.
Pt. M 11 9 1 ICO
GRAY & LOGAN
Have removed from co YUPTEL AVIINII
47 Sixth Street.
lining resume!! busliseas. le now reeelirl . 14
No. B 9 FIFTH A.Vilifttl. &stocked' eutlri
NEW AND FRESH GOODS,
for Genie year, emulating of Cloths. Cesstmgrei
and Vetting', and all the esew.et styles of beotels
and inglish Cost nos, whleh he Is piepased to
make up to order In the most hthlouable
Gentlemen desiring she!? Clothier TOWN to order
ean rely on having them mode to their tents sat
isfaction, both as regards style too
89 7I►7H AVENTIL
SPRING AND SUNDER STILISI
18 1 10.
J. C. WeiMeng. C. L. larilLannilge.
Merehait Tailor,. N la ItIETII STALL!,
bC. Oak.) Ws • bare received • large and
well mimed Owe of Um best portiont fashio
able 43.4.10 our Ilea. • great of rebid'
are our own Importatioirr
Peelle,/ EODll.llt of taracillly to Idea perinea
sallefact.on. we rerpeetfolly fr. m 'Poo an
early ega:alortios of oor iliock of Nee Clot intr
° ""WfritiliPik riffmnamintru.
.510 No.lo Biota stmt.
NE.. SPRING GOODS. - •
01'241(111M stook a!
GLOM % o.isslaufficEs, aci„,
Jut meired REMIT naval, •
na: Nerehaat Tailor. miltbsem aroma
Li ;)'A a1:1:11
NEW WALL PAri:
No. 167 Market St., near sth Anne.
We now offer to tbe pabllo a Met at PAPIlit
N DlNOSunsuMlAmod In thew, Mr vartatse
aud beauty of stmt. ambrselog all Ma Noveltlao
la FRESCO. MOSAIC, PERSIAN and OBROTAN
DYALUNS In plain mid bright Colon. for Elalls,
Duane Somas. Se. Alto. WOOD and HAZELS
DEEDS/MONS. METZ" and GILT PARLOR
PAPERS, with an almost eadlasa rubbly
EDNA' . SATIN PAM'S. WHIT= and Damn,
BLANES for Chamber; de. All of width we
Droneue to soil as low astbe lowest la the smetust
Cell sad sea, at
No. 107 Market St., near 6th Avenge.
.TOS. B. 111116111123 t BRO.
mbll ell I
40 INCIIPoI -*ldr flats at The. uer Pun.
U I LT—lt 'rest variety at Mk. per roll.
(*LAZED-415dr at file per roil.
ICt.irti Aar T ocu .4 American Itsperlhas.
store. superior to any so..
enamel in thee try. For sale at
W. P. MAILIMALLIII
New Wholesale and Retail Store,
191 Liberty Street.
*LABEL OHINA. OUTLNRY
100 WOOD .OTII
vino French 1•
CHINA AND GLARE.
Sliver plated Goods. • .
unman AND TEA saes.
Trayß iuul Cutlery.
Ilti be timpani* WIIIIII !minis
WAKE am, colcuoix (mops ap.
. - u si loWprialia.
Be E. RatED ag CO.
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