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THE DAILY GAZETTE.
t. OFFICIAL PAPER
Of Pittsburgh, Alknife/Il Cityy and
Allegeny Coun ty.
GAZETTE II tritotva:
Comer et Btxtla Avenue as 4 girriq
140NliAY MOBNLIG, MA1(,I1, 1870.
Boioa In Frankfort, 9,5a951
_l:'z : EBoLlci : x in Antwerp, 541
Glow closed In New York Saturday at
1144a1.144. ' .
'ME farmers of Central and Southern
Ohio had most of their corn planted last
week. The season has thus. fa been un
usually early and fayontble.
Now tluit Jordan Lea come back from
Cu*,b it will be, porhaps, convenient for
him to clear up that little story which
'charges_ him u a defaulter to our Twit
Tax charge of the intpmeementa of
the Ohio riser has been assigned to .I'ol.
W. E. kfmtnni., of the Engineer corps,
who makes his head quarters at Pjlts-
Tag Oil City /May Ti 1714111101 won a sue
oess, by meritorious.oßort. It comes to us
with a fresh enlargement of its border,.,
showing prosperity as well as enterprise.
It ilidecidedly one of-the best. j4urnals in
the oil district. . ,
Ws aro 'happy to
. stste .. that Senators
geneially do not concur in the frividOus
objections urged by Mr. Edmunds. to the
Hour, resolution directing the enrollment
of Mrs. Lincoln as a pensioner. When a
vote shall be taken, he will be found in R
very meagre minority.
Axis,. or Crawford, and McCreary, of
Erie,two et•llepresentatlres, are candidates
again, the latter for Senator vied Lowry,
The*publican people of that district will
improve the opportunity to - pinch" those
fellows, and "roost" on them so vigorous.
ly that, by Orober, they will find them.
selves in a very unwholsoonie and un
savory condition indeed.
A 111111F.E.DAT8 . RECESS of Congress. for
- "the usual spring house-cleaning, has given
to members an opportunity to visit their
constituents. We hare thus had the plea ! '
sure of welcoming home our own excel
lent Representative Hen. NEALKY, who lung
met the most conlixt reception from every
one. He retnrns to his post to-day, justly
gratified 'with the universe' approbation
of his *Modal coarse.
. Out statement, of the other day, that
the work of construction, on the :Northern
Penile Railway, would commence at once,
is verified by oar advertising columns this
morning,. where bidders _are invited for
the first 230 mile ~section of the line.
We hare reason toknow that the matter
is worthy of close attention from contras.
tors, the lucky bidders fading themselves
in . the right position to compete '
vorably at a later day for-the residue of
this great undertaking..
WIIATYCLR, the HOMO 11485, LS
tariff measure, the Benate hat not the re
motest intention of concurring in It. Nor
will the House agree to the views of Ben-,
.aatas who favor a radical change of the
internal revenue system. The bill report
ed hy Mg. Shaman on, Friday last, is not
at all acceptable to 'the House Comthlttee
of Ways and Moans, a majority of whkh
fully accords with the opinion of the Pres
ident, on the leading questions of the tariff,
the funding policy, and the reduction of
taxation within such moderate limits as
will not too decidedly cripple the mud).
,lished system of contracting the public
. Tar. Yenango stre - dater and Crawford
Journal affirm, while the Titusville
Herald denies, that a resolution, offered to
the Republican Committee of Crawford,
endorsing Representatives / Ames and
.7ohoson, was "squelched" without a vote.'
We apprehend that there would - hive
been no difficulty in the 'apices-al of Mr.
Johnson's course, but when It commie the
other man, we should rejoice to be certified
• that his Republican neighbors wuh their
hands of him. If such men Si this Ames
are samples of the efficacy of the "Craw
feed county system" in securing suitable
mph:n*44 the sooner the system . is "re
formed"-the better for the Republican re
pute of Crawford, and for the interest of
'-t . A 11Elr miss of railway is projected.
- aid likely to be built, from Warren by
1 Salamanca and Warsawio Mount Morris.
It is proposed, also, to Istend the Genesee.,
Valley road into the coal districts of
1 Northern Pennsyltsnia, The line from
13ktinerrille M Greenrille.is also regarded
1 as certain of early construction. The read
1 - . - ' from Hollidaysburg to the 'Hap wi ll . be
. - . finished in four months. '
• : L In Ohio, the Atlantic and Erie line his
f - been pit under contract, for one hundred
I nod eighteen miles, from Bucyrus to the
, Athens county line, Intersecting a very
1 . .. marble coal thiM e zat its southern end.
'''''''''. years two
to Toledo will le also put
inkandat an early day. The road from
.111illerrelnin to Mount Vernon is partially
eared for: contract. The river line
ftribißellaireiby Marietta to Parkersburg,
Aiwa in progress. ' .
It /5 15/AITO tfi.t Ron. lolls L. MP
*MO Fayette courtly ,deelines to be s Dern.
ocratte 'eriaiditte in the XXlst Cougree
sierra notffiet. We regret this. Weleye
. . .
suit r7mpat67 in that. gentleman's political
and:were he • candidate weshould
aftemposedy oppose his elective for politi
aareieceMßut it would always gratify US
.tio mho that, in all the ranks of hisparty,
tIo - Cholos of the diitrict could not tallest
arsurrthler, citizen. His experience feu
bees largeilds natural capacity is
ted, and outside of party, hii 'public like
his private ieeord, has been honorable. In
deed, It is but a meagre compliment to say
of Mr. DAWION that bass stood, as a
~'Democratic Representative, conspicuously
the average levelof Perutaylvanla
Congressmen of the same political pelmet
It would be 'pore just to say that we
should always prefer to have such an an.
tageni4:: ai this distinguished partizin
from Fayette to the. riff nal' whom the
nreasey take more kindly to.
The Gootgia nuestion will cane up in
'ie./Unto this week, on tho Senate bill.
- Manbers exhibit a strong disposition is
• - fa 'Jar Of the amendatory proposition of
htt.lettalM. - Theie fa but °neve/taus
•-ottautiettto Its ateoptauee. In attempt
int. thi.bOuthuttatoe of the
6W5!;408/APlTekfor tw orettift?kOtelf
.:-"gfiretabea - , it pretiiitte oenditlee iis
as ft. to'plieMloafy:tutimifitd:
p!efttatile , Moffeel-ointit
roil* of Georgia base adopted • eonsti ,
intim Republicsa in form. By that in.
ittrtuttent the legielatiss term Is fixed at
tyro years. Udder it the present Legis
lature was, - two yeti* ifin next July. or
ganized and rentmeneed - he sessions.
No net of .siltorgia,,-.in'the ,rebel or
loyal interest, can hare the effect
to protract its legal existence he-
yowl the constitutional term: nor can
any act of Congress attain the sane end,
least of all, a bill which expressly TlYog
nises the Constitution as valid, and legally.
adopted. and legally a warrant '• for the
legislatia. organization under it. Since
the premises aro granted, the conclusion
is ittevitable . .nod the legislative life must
expire thie season unless Congress so
sautes the power to go behind the repel,-
Bean fandamental law of the State. In
that ctur„let ?Sir. Cessna preserve appear
aaces, and strike out his preamble !
. But we prefer to hope that a majority of
the Flouse'voll amend tide amendment by
providing for another legislative election
in duo course , this year, and then agree to
the residne of the Cessna bill. i. e. if they
shall discover Insuperable objections to
the bill sent don't front the . Senate. If
we are not to have 'that, the (*emit bill,
with the amendment .suggested, is! deei
dedly the next hest proposition befo ' Con
green, for the eettlement of a most Tea
sinus question, ,
A CLISAN 'TEILAStRY.
A very general public attention
been attracted to the recent • state erg
that our outgoing Treasurer of the State
had delivered . to hie mums.r in thoAof-
See the first clean Treasury in the finan
cial history of the Commonwealth for
seam past. Even outside of the State
the situation is commented
, utui be the
preen. One New York pipet — remarkm
" It le comforting to find a State Treasurer
whOse accounts tally. If Mr; Msen.EY
will only tient , to New York; we may run
him for Governor."
The eery striking contrast, preSented In
comparing the condition of the Treasury
In May. '7O, with 'what it was one year
before, when the late Treasurer took the
office; embarrases the Select party of,
"reformens" who ',repulse to co-operate with
their friend, the present incumbent,:. in
"getting their money back." An interior
journal has already been "seen," and in,
stigated . to deny that the transfer of last
week was a clean „one. Broken bank
notes are specified as Included in it. True!
AemalVemount of such paper bad been
on hand for years, most of it since 1861,
but all of it bad been turned over with
the other assets last year: N. - muff irs
rount" whaterer nnjiim-Incleil in the *dile
pent of last week! The "vault account" of
May, '6O, was Vll,OOO in amount, of which.
it. is said, the awn of $112,000 remained still
due from Treasurer Kemble, who went
nut in '6B, leaving 499,000 as the -shorts"
due front Mr. Irwin, when ho - retired in
'O9. These little deficiencies appear to
hare been cleaned up pretty thoroughly
by Treasurer Mackey, during his year in
office. Inasmuch as official figures 'tell
the exiet story, we hare the pleasure of
peeing that he left the Treaenry clean,
bust week, by the appended documents,
corks of the original receipts on file in
that Department.- The first shows' what
assets were delirezed in '69, and the se
cond thetfctual situation in 1870.
xAczrr's aecaer •rn nmLs. • Im;..
Timascur DICPAETNENT or PILNIPA. I
HARIIIISBURO. M. ItlW. f
Received of. W. W. Inrin. retiring State
Treasurer. one million one hundred and thirty
five thousand one hundred and ninety-four
dollars and ninety-two cents as per statement
In Bank and Banking Houses ..... 58
In Vaud 211.30301 n
'Dash is Drawer
Advances to 0111cers of Govettiment 4 A5.405. to
IRWIN'S Racsizr TO mAcxtT: Ink
TREASURY Dirsiengwrr Or Pinfrwri.Wuki
#Araisnrwl, Nlsy 2, 1870.
Keen-ive.l of R. W. Macke'', retiring State
hu t a w n o d
mtoimi' .u t m it e ne '
d h-u a n nd e s d i x th yo
doUare and thirty-Sr* cents, as per statement
In Banks and Ranking Mouses /I.7MAAS
Cash In Dntwer 55,485
Coupon Account F. & M. Nat. Ilk. M 1.128 50
Advances to Officers of (iovernm't ZI
Commissioners of Sinking Fund, as
Per Statement :4.9.517-di
—Any effort to escape from the logic of
these,two documents, would be "hoeing
the stumpiest row" even in the experience
of the financial and literary wonder,arlio
has just entered upon another twelve
months' job of "getting Ws money back."
The FreiJuila Freund talks long and
earnestly, under the heading of "The Bth
of May," about the great question which
la now agitating France. The article is
too long to give in detail here and ,does
not bear synopaising. The editor, however
has no doubt of the result of the election
—the Emperor will receive a large major
ity of the votes, but the greatest danger is
that he may be so blinded by this Penult
as to proceed to too severe mounters here 7
after and thus produce a dangerous re
action. ' -
The Rtputßikaner finds the threatened
Indian weir a good question through which
to blame the present Congress, and while
stating the farts of the Indian situation
clearly enough, manages to bring a grrn4w
two to bear upon the -Indian ring" alp:I
indirectly, upon the Orrrenunent. " • -
The Temperance question in next ridi
culed in an' article which ends thus,
"When will the radical temperance men
become clever - and learn to we that their
prohibition • laws are humbugsr' We
can no more answer this conundrum than
the author of it can give a good reason
'for saying Radical temperance men.
"The Downfall of the Spanish Power in
Cuba," Is the last editorial In this paper.
The Vetkobtatt gives an epitome of Chief
Justice Chase's oration in Richmond. This
ie followed by the remarks of a German
American upon Blimarek in which that
statesman . % regarded ac the. apostle of
German unity as well as a giant among
dwarfs. The. Volkoldalt thinks a political
should beanawerable for theains of
its oMetals; and rejoices That the 'radicals
received a lesson by the recent election in
St. Louis of a Democrat to fill the office
of city treasurer, although' his opponent
was a man of undoubted ability and
who was thus made to suffer for the
sins of his piedecessom: . .
TUN Uinta:Ger Inquirer my, :
General Irwin will undcrebted t y "get his
money beck" this tline,,sus thalw O has
not only left him all the opportun ities he had
whenthere Mefore,.but, In addition bas In
creased bls salary from SIAM to ghee& A bill
securing the interest of the daily balance on
hand to the State, passed the House, but was
defeated In the Senate. So General Irwin has
every opportunity he could ask for. . •
The summer time-tables of the Pc . •
sylvan's. Railroad make some important
chang . ea in the rum** time. The most
truportant is that of the fast mall train.
MIL train stops nowhere between the two .
cities except at Harrisburg, Altoona and
Oallitzen. The stoppage at the latter
place is In compliance with the rule of the
road, which requites every train to stop
there, on account of the heavy mountain
grade each side. The run from Philadel
phia to Harrinbirg, 107 miles. is made in
three hours and twenty reinntes.' Pyom
Harrisburg to Altoona, lit nines. a n d
from Uallitzin to Pittaburgb, l 0 miles,
are the other long stretches, and the time.
on them is - correspondingly short. On no
otherrail in America are such loan
dietances trade without stopping for w oo d
and water. But they are made on the
Pennsylvania Railroad without inconven.
knee. A day or two ago, when the train
from Altoona arrivedat Harrisburg there
was still a good supply of water. in 'the
tank, anethis after a continuous run of
182 miles. The New York coMpanite
tried this year, as usual, to make shorter
time over their roads to the West than the
Pennsylvania. But the latter, having the
shortest road, the best and the safest,
eforforfbis train; which le one with which
the New Yorklines cannot pretend to corn.
Joax Rusami. Yormi's attack upon
Dana of the . Bun seems to be received
with almost universal satisfaction by the
prima of this country.
. Tot: potatobug in ravaging Tesam.
MONTILEAL nerds an inebriate asyluxu.
TirrEnturz, renowned in Loudon. is
$145,000 in the amount of the Stanton
VON FLOTOarel new opera, - Shadow,' in
noon to be brought out, •
At:mm - 1w Boston terms a cock.fight
a .chicken unpleasantness.
Du CIIAILLU ix in South Carolina, probn
hit hunting guerillas there: -
LEECIVES are taxed four cents apiece in
Germany, but are not stamped,
an publication of admimion to church
membership to a new feature of journal.
A TUEATRE, a hospital and a church all
in one large building Is the latest Omaha
A YEARLY license fee of fire 'dollars is
to be redulred of all who carry firearms in
OLIVE 1.00A.I.; leauresoe authoress, tier
tress reformer all were in Chicago on
THE Dubuque Ileruld estimates the dam
age done ih that city by the recent freshet
Wmcrox, the walker, propoace to fall
again, this time in walking 100 milea in
CANADA leaned her new fractional cur
rency mat week. This week it has been
Is tbe Ilungarian Empire they aro
about to eelebnite the feaat of the 1,000
• Mtge KATE REnniqt.unt lovory popular
Catuida, which ohowo tho good taste of
lx Illinois they occasionally hang the
wrong man for horse stealing—they did
it the other day.
Miss noncws, an English lady, ban ad
veered to-the degree ofltf. D. in the tni
vereity of Zurich.
A cAPrivE hoise thief, in a New Haven
jail, took laudanum last week but the
stomach pump cheated the coffin.
Tug Chicago White. Stocking an, to
play in New Orleans on Sunday. The
Cincinnati ited Stockings wouldn'tr
EDWARD BRIGGS, who endeavored to
ffied an unruly horse in Manchester, Vt.,
last week, had a very creditable funeral.
el - Amos - mix has a haunted house. House
haiuding is not • however so popular an
amusement this year as house hunting.
ALICE 0AR4 . 13 many friends will hear
with regret -that she is so ill as to be
obliged to suspend literary work for a
Tux anchor frith which Americus Vet.
puck's touched bottom and discovered
Americi is said to be on exhibition in
Mn. PLATE, of Cincinnati, ordered a
matt out of his shop one evening recently.
The man had a knife, and Mr. Plate hte
been measured for a cofrimplate.
TIMM seems to be scarcely a promi.
Dent newspaper In the country that is not
down hard upon some other prominent
journal for some reason or other. I. •
AT Dee Moines, lowa, last Friday, Mrs.
John Swift fell from a chair on triach she
was standing to hang clothes, and died In
half an hour from the injuries received.
Dr the township of liewbridge. Allegan
couney, Mich., Sunday last, Mrs. J. A.
Ilighy and Miss Peak were drowned in the
Kalamazoo river by the capsizing of a beat.
A Nem- Onus:mot lady lost .or mislaid
her baby while chopping recently. She
thinks she must have left it in some dry
goods store, and feels quite badly about it.
Miss tca, a young lade of Cincinnati,
tipped over a kerosene lamp. Deceased was
a member of the M. E. church, from which
edifice the retaining were consigned to tee
Ommvu Timuun is the licetoyi name for
eggs, which fact would not alone convince
a stranger of the justice of Bosten's claim
to be the most aesthetic city in the uni
Tun is arising in Philadelphia a reg
ular scars caused by the spreading Tara.
ges of relapsing fewer Which diocese has
broken out in some of the better portions
of the town. -
F. BRET. Harm dark Twain's. only
rival as a humorist, and one of the most
feeling and original poets in the countrr,
is chief' clerk in the United-Butes mint In
. Tile.:Vets York .9asiikird . would like to
sets lion. Galuaha A. Brow once again in a
position oft influence, and thinks he would
make a very strong candidate for governor
ON Friday morning a fire broke out on
Vine Street Hilt Cincinnati, *Lich de
stroyed seven dwellings and . $30,000
worth of property. Twelve families were
JOIIN HAINun was killed by his martin.
Sylvester Haines, at 13elleview, Calhoun
county, Illinois, recently. The. OCCIMIOR
vane an old grudge. The murderer was
committed to jail at Hardin.
CArT. S. N. FREEMAN, Maier of of Fer
nandina, Fla., wart recently tilled by a cir
cular 'Law.. He was standing upon bench
endskioring to , open a window. when he
clipped and fell under the saw.
A view days ago, Samuel Laughlin, of
Metropolis, 111., tried in a fit of drunken
nem .te kill wife with a knife.. She
picked up a spade and struck her husband
a blow which caukeditis death. • .
ME colored cars in Baltimore are, it is
said, .Inconveniently crowded, became
most of the white folks believe other
white folks won't ride In them, and hope
on that account to find more mom. .
A hi-casit Yankee, ham invented a Ri
nesting machine, which Is about an large
as a four-bladed jack knife, and is 'self
feeding and knita a perfect elastic seam.
It looks like an Approparer or a nutmeg
Mom VAN Lew, the Richmond poet
mistreee, has been elficiefit—in , pmcuring
attention and aid !or the Richmond suffer
ers by the late disaster. In herwase, a wo
man•cf right to do hem been inserted in do-
A MOTIMAL POLICEMIX, the other day,
arrested a boy for cruelty to frogs. He
and his companion had placed a kettle of
water on a lire and soused seven frogs in
It , to be boiled alive. The naughty boy
was fined $2.
U. SnannAn Rays 'he le pleased to
hear that the people? of New Haven re
joice at . the appointment of Mrs. Mowerse
postmistmes: he says: "Let them now
help her in the discharge of her of
be patient' until she Masten; it." .
THE Terre Haute. /dry, rips has "good au.
thority for the statement that the Indian. ,
apolis and St. Louis Railroad will be aim.
pletod and opened for business between
the la and 15th of July. This erent will
be, celebrated bye grand excursion."
A LITTLE bay was relating a Story he
had heard one day. Nis ideas became con.
fused in some any; he find no winds
to explain his meant's; at last - he wild:
"Well, I know enough big words, but I
don't know where to put them In.':
CAPTAIN COMMEIVEL. of the British
steamer Monarch, labs written Secretary
Robeson, in behalf of the Queen and the
British navy, to express thanks and as
knoVrledgenents for the attention which
their 011ieere received while in thin awn-
PITILADELCIIIA COUNCILS have decided
that all the nutnufactories and hotels there
shall purchase and nee water meters. This
is looked upon as a tentle "job," as no
-practically useful water meter is known
and the profit to the Chief Engineer—or
"umebodY else—will be enormous.
A man named Hartman, living, in 13.111.
more, is accused of attacking and at.
tempting to outrage the person of Mrs.
Gearhees, a physician, who was retiring
late at night from visiting a patient.
Mr.. G. was so terribly, braisedand ex
hausted by her fearful and effectual con
test with the brute that she *as unable to
leave her bed, but Identified the prisoner
when he was brought before her.
Tux Newark Advertiser . sayer YesierdaV
cautious young man drove his team
ukultrvide of a ear loaded with lumber
standing on the railroad track .at Somer
ville, and preparatory to loading his wa
rn tied his hews to an 'empty coal ear
mu mood in front of them. In a few
minutes,- while he was busy about the
wagon, a locomotive was backed up and
the ear to which the horses were 11444
.on. The ear . 1.0 started and d
the horsee—after it. But for the 'weak.
nese of the haroeee, which fortunately
broke, the noble steeds- would probably
have made the -fastest time—Mther dead
or alive--on recent. . .
THE uatuttore.4,7l6eiennip qn : On Tues.
day afternoon, panie, and - Weli at one
time threateed to result serlottelv, co-
marred td Public School 1T6,19,.0n Walsh
street, near Lanvale. It originated u fol
lows: A colored boy hativisited the school
for the purpose of 'handing to one of the
teachers an umbrella, and in a mischievous
PITTSBURGH DAILY GAZETTE : MONDA
moment he thrust Ids nakell arm betweOn
the door and jamb. A little girl who wan
seated near the door caught a glimpse of
the arm, and not being able to disery the
balance of.the boy's body. began acretuxe
big at the top of her }nice. The other
children in the room became fiightened
and rushed lell moll into another room.
The appearance of about sixty affrighted
children into thin second room inocrttlated
the other children with terror; and in an
instant the little ones were looping down
the stairway and out of the - windows,
The teachers for - the moment became
powerless to prevent.. the,. children from .
rushing and jumping oat of the wiiith - iiva,
and many of the children did not cease
running until they had reached their
homes. Notwithstanding fully one bond=
real of the scholars leaped down the stair
way and out 'of the windows,tuMe of them
were Injured, Fare a few scratches and
Amostu the incidents of the Richmond
disaster are gouty of an exceedingly re
markable character. A northern lady and
gentleman, !Idles Frothing - ham and her
father, of 13rooklyn, .N.'''T., who were
viimin tht surrounding country from
the cu la the building at the time a
the en ' ev mt, were entirely cut off for
two hours,'and wore kept in, terror in
their lofty prison, from which o'l7 multi
witness thq. movements of the excited
crowd }whist, the display of dead and dy
ing on Clio square, the endless scene of
onnfusionovith the tolling of bells, wall
ing of women and children, without the
remotest Idea of the occasion of it all. In
this predicament they remnined,all escape
being cut off by the falling of 'the stair-
MAO by which they had ascended,
wail, -by breaking n skylight, they
succeeded in reaching the open air,
where they beheld, in all Its horrors,
the disaster that so nearly included them
among Its victims. Patrick Henry Aylett,
one of the killed, was a prominent politi
cian and editor, and during the heat of the
gubernatorial contest which culminated In
the nomination of John Letcher, he adv&
rated the election of that gentleman with
much vigor, provoking a challenr from
0. Jennings. Wise, editor of the Anquirer.
The gauntlet was promptly accepted and
the fight, with pistols, took place, both
parties conducting themselves with great
coolness. Aylett's ball grazed WWI 'S ear,
while Wise reserved his fire and after
wards discharged his pistol in the air. lie
was a grandson of Patrick Henry, and in
eloquence and fire of intellect is mid to
have partaken somewhat of that of his
RECIPE TO MARE...I KOK.
Vroni rosehads yet ablown, whose venal morn
Perfumes the gale, 12110,1110e10a. of • thorn.
The panel purple take, and Meal from May
The pearis that sem the lawn when *mina the
Crop the day.
young violet from haw:anted bed.
And starll the primrose of Its velvet had:
lYtth love's own Iwtorschargnoloaad.4.9.ll. Joy.
The honeyed labor of the has employ.
Hot search ash earn the aromatic work,
lent danger the sweet tempation hut.
And MS( the luscious toll—for shouldat thou
. . . _ . .
One sting behlnfl.ltwonid WI thy hope. deceive
IMO new e lragrant gram let Zephyr ding
The t. ear - heel tdsbury of the dieing:
Mantra ilarllng blrit MOM,
And mix the murmurs at the turtle there.
Itm smiles and graces Venus mend Infuse.
And thrice embalm the whole with Nifetll.o els
if the blest mixture daintily you'd sip.
me found perfected en thy loreethearVelifl.
The GLOM OW Newe.
From the Indiannoolla Journal.
A powerful skeleton remain has bean
earthed In the virinity of Mooresville.
organ county. A correspondent from
at place says:
"Supervisor Dray, in opening a new
road, three milen southeast of this place,
on the land of Mrs. Martha ',ether., un.
earthed a skeleton, the like of whith was
never seen before. It has, to t considera
ble extent, the appearance of a human be ,
leg. It was fnund - inalmost a perfect state
of preeervation. 1. made an examination of
the abject discovered today. Standing
upright It measures five fret and ten
inches. The head in narrower and mote
reened than the human skull .-
Thereare two pmttiberancv4 or horns
coming out on each side, or rather at the
top front, resembling at the bane those of
a. buck sheep, but instead of a curl make a
gradual curve 'awkward. The capacity
for the brain is not more than half as large
as in common for man. The inns arrp,
rently resemble those of man, hut the
greatest curiosity yet Is the prolongation
of-the spinal rolmttn, fanning a tail shoat
a foot long, the end of which shows signs
of decay. Probably in thit living animal
it might have extended to the ground,
and, armed with a tuft °their, have served
as a defence against flee in warm weather.
There in a bony exerewence on the
front .part of each kire is though it had
been formed for walking on the grouted,
in cane of necresity. The feet and hands
are mottle decayed, so that I could net
given definite description of them. Since
the dineoVery people are constantly going
to see the curiosity. The sons of Mrs.
Leathers retest. to let it be taken away.
hnt take great pleasure in showing •it.
The moat difficult part for naturalists to
decide in to what rare or nperies It he.
longs. as I have never 'teen or heard of
anything of the kind before; it cannot be
properly elaineti either with man or quad
Tntt following are given in a recently
published work on English surname@ as
specimens of the old Puritans in England
about the year lgriB. They are taken front
a jury list In Sussex county, and cannot
fall to cause a ensile in onr day : Faint-not
Hewer,' 14. k-wisdom Wood, li-esteemed
Compton. Accepted Trevor, liod.reward
Smart, Make-peace Heaton, Becourteous
('ole, Repentance Airs, Return Spelman,
Kiel .tn Pimple , Fly-debate Roberts, Be
faithful Sinner, Rope-for Bending. Weep
not, Billings, Elected Mitchell, Eight-the
good-fight-of-faith White, Standing-on
high Stranger,Search-theScriptures More
ton, The Knight.
SATURDAY, May 7.—Court - met at the
mud hour. Sheriff Fleming in open
Court acknowledged a number, of deed.
and made special returns in a number of
MAL LINT NUN MONDAY.
91 (0.1.1 MOMMIII9. v.A. V. R. R. Co. et al
SC (0. a./ Tr*: es. Same. •
66 (Q. t..) Leaky es. Knobbs.
Idux. n.s Mellon.
ple TB. oChieg".
3 Klan& et al. ye. Holden et
5 Jacobs es. Roedelhelm & Off elder.
6 Semple, Reynolds & Co. vs. Rees & Co..
SATURDAY, Ml] 7.—Court met at the
usual hour, Judge Sorer, presiding. No
finsiness of general Interest was trans.
TRIAL LIST ISM WHIDAT.
PH. Stewart vs. Dickson.
188. McCafferty T. Lanahan.
174. Iladevick TS. Hatch, et M.
MIL Oppermsn vs. Homier, Koeglexic Cb.
177. Dais es. Hain.
178. Powell, for use, vs. Hamilton. .
116.Homberger TS. Huttuigle. •
Hit McCrory & Wiggins vs. lifeCatby.
UM game Ts: Dolan.
DM Mackey vs. Mauxaman.
1114. Mishima vs. McGrew:
talk Allegheny County, for use, vs. 'Thompson
' Mauler Wnisms—Xagge litereele •
SATURDAY, May 7.—Conit met at the
usual hour, Judge Sterrett presiding:
Henry Barton, convicted of larceny of a
watch, the property-. of. John W. Taylor,
was sentenced to-pay the costs of prose
cution, a fine of six cents and undergo
en imprisonment of eleven months in the
• The rejxirta of the viewers appointed by
the Court to review and assess tax for
cost of constructing the Fifth avenue and
Fortysecond street sewers were presented
In the case of, th.e,,,,Cmnmonwealth 4s.
John Hollingshead et? al. Burgess and
Council of the borough o! Temperance
ville, coniicted at the last term of Court
of maintaining a nuisance, were 'sentenced
to pay the coins of prosecution.
Zia. Commonwealth vs. Mesh Barns.
817 Commonwealth vs..l. Parker Sweeney.
Cbmmonwealtbes. Leonard Broker. •
UN Commonwealth vs. James Johnston, (two
• cases.) • •
Mi. Common/teen vs. Win. Menyconn.
Onnmonwealth vs. James A. McFaddea.
13). Commonwealth vs. James Freed.
88. Commonwealth vs. Pat.. Dargon.
Tic Commonwealth As. Pat. Gareth. •
Ckimmonwealth vs. Thomas Stanley.
VOL Cirmmonvilagth vs. Peter Berrie.
KS. Commonwealth vs. J armee McKee.
:40. Commonwealth vs. Robert Ramsey.
ate. Commonwea lth lth
vs ys . W. F:Samuel. Kaiser. Reed.
WILL USW felt TMOSDAY.
MS. Commonwealth vs. John Stein..
SM. Commonwealth vs. Pat. Welsh et tie.
• " Commonwealtz vs. Pat. CasteilL
• • ' Commonwealth vs. Peter Wilbert.
'PM. Commonwealth vs. Thomas Smith.
Int. Commonwealth va.John McCiarrier,(three
11>silege Jelmset.—We have received the
.Atittb number of this ore= of the
Etrai?: g o74T i lt=rarel l gurtg
editor,. Every old member of the thel
varsity shmaid imbseribe for it: Whether • be be
sirMoste or not. u it et:attains all the M-
I ormattoo there Is to be
as well as the present of our home eel
ib trog i t t re o W. m .ug le n tl er o t s h es at o . a f o " iti ri t e' ime o s t
Lit t it h i.. ell o n u i r y
e w m ould t
be be fo o . f lo . tero di s4
• • •
- - •
Comets. Plgea—Joise Mime
'TRIAL LIST YON MONDAY
The Tobacco Nsop, corner East , Lane smd
Locock street. Allecheny, wan eatered Felder
night br InuTlara who removed a panne! Prom
the door and thus gained entrance:._They car
ried off several Imes - ot clears which were
' eVr=grefeg7t7. d . NTIL"e'. I • bc*rd
Iresr . Stark and Louis Porker, two pain
teraltarktritlarrel Saturday while painting
house on Ninth street. Subsequently PurkeY
won held to bail for n henring by Alderman
MOlastere on an Information for surety of the
peace, Stark prosecuting__ .
. IX/MED9SE AND.PIIMPLE REM
• Tha /Pike- only /rtralllbleillinedi ho , .n W acl
entA for that unslehtly 41rease of the serretluiii
known as Cornedisne's Black Worms on the nose
and fate. It also var. those Msdirerlop Mseases.
Arno and Smola. Red:-White and Maltreated
Dimples un any part er the body. It !sates the
skin soft. smooth and healthy pold at
JAMES E. BURNS & COjS
2. DRUG SWIM
Censer Pe and Olsti (old (lair) 0.
THE WEAR AST TEAR OF lIIAINEMIS LIPS.
The orrra antlabors of business life are apt to
.tell misemiY e n the health and constltatket of
the ardent. <net business mon. and .hen We
need of canoe s Ming egent Is frit; stimalsals
that muse only Itzmpankryesldleratton.an leave
the system in a s of pa collapse who their
Ant effect. has palmed off, ton often reso to.
Ae oetiolnlY as Ore leases hind It • reside mof
ashes., the U. of the mlulforated 1110070 of com
merce Orodates premature estanastlon end Y•
Tooth them not. Tone and reg.'s. , O.'''. ..I
what Machinery with linalettere Rommel Bitters.
In that wholesome ellelr. the aleeholle element.
which Is the petrel derivable gem any ware. is
tempered by the choicest temile,speltent , ot."" -
104 e and anti-febrile vegetable reined' and Woes.
To strengthen. recruit. enlace and nstrllf the of
tem le the mission el the great vegetable •fft'dff.
When the sloteseh le In a healthy eteto, t h e Idle
flows recut/iffy. the bowels perform their office
leered]. and the teltgraphle fibres of the nervous
system ere In perfect working order..e anon:whim
amount of labor ten be borne without rich or 111-
cetivehlenee, and the direct effect of the dietary le
to'pronint• tblavtgorouti condlUen of the fur:Whew
egm which the nourishmen dep e ndbody. end tt•
penver of enderanee unduly Tne , era%
toble and altermire /a, therefore. emphatically me
otronendird for its retnertable oaten/Owning pen.
eellee, to all nine, whom the responsibilities of Ille
homily. and who feel like fainting under the
bunben. A lively appetite. a splendid digestioe.
elactic spiritA and • marvellous ability to telt tatand
fatiatme..re mond the blessings Itedly aserthal to
the renovating °penal= of this palambleimd pow
erred cordial. Indeed there Iseuthing In the ellsdeffa
medics that clin be compered with It.
367 Liberty St eet;
• PITTPINIITEI, PA.
STE;AM ENGT. _,S,
IRON AND WWI.) %TONKIN(
N.E.Z : '‘.CETINER ,
Steam ' Pumps,
Engineers' and Machinists Tools.
STEAM FIRE ENGINES.,
Woolen Machinery, Machine Cards
11111 - .Mannfactorers' and Mill Sup.
piles. A constant supply on hand and
tarnished on short notice.
ort - ovatm elorr,tcrr.v.t)
STATE -VENT OF THE
APRIL 30th, 1870.
n v.l Partearen . (I , at Bans no w
LeirLads. at par sif
IM flevaltas. , 4. . 7, -11611.247
D r8;0 .7'"4 " , 7 177,
14 234 14
Coating...us Fond dP.3 • 1
Theo .tome la • true Plan:Peal.
R. A CAURBRII. Traustrer.
and N•allitle, and monied the th - 7 ••• itad o sTSC
Ifig i fIkAR . VORGSLY.FP. C477"77n7e.
• CTol4tat- A iiI 7 ?7I2ETH. •
• Soneltor-r.. BRADFORD TODD.
IlaiL mon. M. Hum. I C. G. Morn T.
Irg. j elltd . sen, j =dra M tni
l‘na. IL fical
legate &hawed o . n - littitit al • per OWL per aa ,
6 M +atz ." ,:ll; . 4 '.1?4,T1',1°,7r,dbm
NA .o 0.4. •
Own for depnolLa from 01. M. 10 r. dor
and ever), Man
@nolo, trout Mn, Ist to
ilannber lit., Man tsIP, and from Piavembar st
to May If Frau, to 6I o,ctoet.
GS Fourth Aveene,
PEARL I JAL.
?Limfiri . P.PEE'tlM l 'hi , ""
COAL, NUT COAL :& SLACK
Ihinell PEARL COAL WORKS. eau. Pitiiptwit...a rt.
ORlee and Yard: .Corser Saidusky
and West Penn ILA,
SEWER':; PIPE' CO;'
6.5 and 67 Sandusky St, itllegheny.
highty *ATER AND
isi f 7.1.61
THE CHEAPEST rLACE 91 the CPI
TO BUY WATMS
101 Fifth Avenue.
A loM Mock AYERICAN soft IMPORT=
- WATCHES Jost rnoelml and ft tile@ MOREATLY
RIMUCITI PAWNS Tu77
This Muth,. ham Wen 11he erithe meatellalfor
Yoh, New Jenny ond nate. Pinn.ylvanta.
A Perfect and Being Working Aladdin'.
. .IY. W. INOX, Solo Agent,
. 13T L11910(1'1! ImzXT.
Flower Trellistis I
The hendlouniest. neatest. eheelefrden
meet. Over.2o deetans.
W. W.l KNOX,
- .13, Melte etreet.f4tte. , Pe.
Lent Menweri. ate, wri. w, w. idrox.
LA F ID- PLASTER, GUANO 4 AND
AMMONIATE SOPICII-PIIOSPHATE Of LIKE
Always fu suns.
glair 131 Liberty street, PittalniulA, FL
MORNING, MAY 9, 1870.
Nos. 180 and .182 Feder
LATEST NOVELTIES IN •
HATS AND BONNETS,
Dili bbns and Flowers,
DiVANTS' . 110111 T. ' —,.. A
' E'EHROIDERED ILDGLNGS - InutiNfIERTINGO.
LACE COLLARS AND HANDHERCIIIEVIL
' LACE ZIMIJINGO ■nB INOZATINUS.
At Popular Prices,
PARASOLS. MIN VAIIIIIELLASr
RAIN CM O lIT.I.LAN,nt very low Weep
CH K GINONIEVS,IH AI4IIB MCW4g?%C
A Complete Stock
ISO and I$ Federal Street ;Allegheny
Third Arrival of Spring
Be,ll & Moorhoue,
21 FIFTH AVENUE,
Are Offering Great Bargains in
READ THE PRICES
James 11 bag, Jr's,
174 rederall St., Allegheny
At 10 emote. 30 platens Wish Papers: brhth
goml At the Wee- 1
At 19 1.9 e., Greer Bright llord *all Papers, •
At Id data Idea Mita riPera.
At 93 dente. yardorldiarkilleaitddalt Gotland
for 1111aeloar Shaded good at the •
Me Ott Ooth Window Ilhalleal • low plots.
Yard Wide door Cloth. bright um 43 eehts.
1/16e Oil Cloth. cat to Pt hella. ...• ,Ad
=errant Gold ard Hand Made all Paper. at low
• - •
JAMES 1 . 10./. G, 'Jr ')
THE BEST BA
• 0 •
Ladies' Henry British Cdttos Elotkiirgs
• AT ETTNA BANUAIN.
. AT 3 PAIN 2011111.00.
Ladies' Soper British Cenci Nothings.
AT 20 C 2372.
lea's Heal Calls' Socks.
AT 23 CENTS.
Ant's Heavy Brent Cotton leeks.
. • Lammas. AND
MERINO GAUZE UNDERWEAR
111151721, BOYS AND CSILDIZICEIL
AT WIELATLY REDUCED PRICES AT
ettec!il!M - 0!SOICTO
MAORUM, GLYDE &
Non. 78 and 80 Market Street.
• • .
Hosiery ! Gloves !
• Estentlve• and chola! astuatmeats at
Prices Unknown Since 1861.
• ALSTANDRICII BM , GLOTER—• full awn.
nest at111.7/3.• • •
ootriviononsir's Ribs •
LONG TOP RIDS. choke shades, at &JAR
/MOLAR MADE BRITOIL( ROBE. Hasp. 3l
PLAN AND imam!) COTTON HOSZ, 1.
costa and sp.
noxrerrrc by cue or dos
. omit!' SOPER irro7r HALT 1108 L .26
own' strmairiss HALF noisitalScaia
Ab e iptesdkl asaortsuista BAUM RAIN sittl
BOW ILIBBOBB, LADISN FANCY ROW& ,
_Large Additions to Stook
J . ; .„,„t„„,„„,;.,, brt* tM ablastkel
Mamas Sad /Labatt Cash Barns.
7 . 7X1D 78 MARKET STREET..
ST, LA" NOE HOTEL,
ED. BARKER, Proprietor,
Car. han M. gad 111 k, knurly old Caaal
NEW A D VERTISEMENTS . ] NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
al Street, Allegheny City.
AL 12 1-2 c., NEW STYLESPIILNG DELALNES
At 23e_1X111131.E WARP INlPlANRT,oryehrap
At 571-2 c., BLACK AI.PACCA POPLINS.
.11 II 14c., GOOD CALICOS, '
At 10e..LIGIIT AND DARK CA LICOs.
Az 31c.. IMAM, MB QUILTS,
At Bee...HONEY COMB CRIB QUILTS,
At 19 .1-2.e..GITAT KENTUCKY JEANS.
CASSLIIEItES AND JEANS,
Colionades and. Linen Drills,
VERY CHEAP AT
'LIGHT SPRING AND SUMMF.R6IIAWLF.
BALMORAL AND GORED !WRING SKIRTS.
MARSEILLES QUILTS. TABLE. DAMASKS,-
TABLE NAPKINS. TABLE MATS, TOWELS,
Rt.. A.. .
complete in Every Department,
160 and IS2 Federal Street, Allegheny
Services of Chapels and
Lodgel; as well as Home
Never tto rest enlisted with mediocre success hes
been the motto of this house. And with erary
yaws experience they expert cut only to aminteln
their present poettion. but to produce Instruments
if greater end morezerledpower.thusentleipeting
the Inereeeing demands of the most cultivate&
Instruments with Pedal-Bass and Don
ble Manuals, foi Organ Students.
ALSO, A VARIETY OF
An Illustrated Circular. coulninlug full descrip
tiona and prices -wine° sent pest paid. on applies- .
I. OR BALK In PITP,BITIBIII BY
Johil Zweitlinger ,
136 SMITHFIELD ST.
On a Par with Gold
WE NOW OFFER
Our New Stock
BUYERS ARE INVITED TO.
Examineour Goods & Prices.
Ni. 1.151V00d Street.
BUY THE GENUINE.
JORN Q. WORKMAN
WORKMAN & DAVIS,
Para . ..lora to WORKII A:14100R8 & CO., mans
features, and Dealers In
. Carriages, Buggies,
SPRING & BOCK WAGONS:
41, 46 and-48 Ikaver SI., Allegheny.
f. P•ift . W a nen m tir ezz i nted i Or.
tZrlvelallataetlon t Imtten u rn even Bi : lexa m e f 1' k
_oons4ntly on hand.
or theNoi; Ire W_Onpl COP.
P n ' en•hotiniltgirck 81111:r sod Antl•Battler
H. FUCHARD DAVIR lutirtng purchased the H.
tenet Alex. and W. D. Moore. In the late Inn
herWRAN. MOORS co.. .ten d let. nlll
eafter be etnitlneedV the old_tunler the
snow end ogle or WORKMAN 1. DAVIS. Orders
eoltelted. • • . • . . .
10IIN O. WORKMAN,
11. RICHARD DAVIS,
- Atarlth linUonal Sant, intlaborsh
110 T IR & CHBLNEY FrUES,&e.
A Iwo .01 toll interlatoat tont;ll.l7 on bawl.
HENRY. R. COLLINS,
PRIBLES P. STRIGHT,
Carpenter and Builder,
gr= attend=4.4hi wtw gr torlajz i a
" = . 4BNsior Aubmitty.Va.
39eake and Ohio Railroad Co.
The Chesapeake and Ohio
Is completed and running from ItICII310M). VA,
1 , the eelebruted WLIITE SULPHUR SPIIINOS.
In West Virgin's. 227 miles. It is being supidly
extended W the Ohlo river. 200 mile. farther
making In all 427 miles.
In its progress Westward. It penetrates and opens
up to market the WONDERFUL rtmi t DEEOSITB
OF TUE KANAWHA linnoN IN WEST Tin
(JINJA. And thus bank" the superior and abundant
teals of that section Into ennantanlattlon with the
IRON ORES ON VIRGINIA AND 01110. and the
WESTEILN.SOUTII WESTERN AND E.ASTERN
When Completed It will connect the SUPERIOR
. 11AJtBOlt FACLLITM-P TUX CIIFSAPF.AKE
BAY with rehablo nootottltm on the Ohloolverould
thud with tho ENTIRE SYSTEDI OF RAILROAD
AND WATER TRANSPORTATION OF-THE
[TREAT WEST AND SOUTHWEST.
t will mates SHORT. EASY. CHEAP nix! FA
VORABLE ItOLITE from the WEST to the SEA
d 111 rnsomand a 141 WE SHARE OF THE
RYORNOI:9,FItEUIII Tit eeeking tennepertation te
twin thus bocometme or the most IM PORTANT
ASIF I•RO4ITABLE EAST AND Wail. TRUNK
LINES OF RAII.ROAD In the enuntm end cern-
(1 a tn.do of Imcoeuee value.
The completed portion of thoi Iterod Is doing a
PROFITABLE AND INCREASING RUSINESPL
and Is' fully equal In onion to the whole nmount of .
the mortgage upon the entire Llne-813,800.-
Tim loan of Gm Chmapeake and Ohio Rellrond
Company, belng n FIRST MORTGAGE UPON THE
ENTTRE LINE,PROPERTY AND EQUIplf ENT%
WORTH WREN COMPLETED AT LEAST WO,-
000:000, LI therefor° one of the most Mthstanttal,
toulaerratlre and reliable Railroad Loans e'er of
fered lo the marker, and le pecullarirkidapted to
the went.. of
Investors and Capitalists.
Who florin, to mann their invoWments with tha
moot .lisfactory ineurnnco of POnITIVE AND
The Bonds are In denominations of
$l,OOO, $5OO and' $lOO,
arid may be had 'COUPON or REGISTERED.
. !steroid SD per rent. per annum. parable MAT
lel and NOVEMBER
PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE
GOLD IN — TRE CITY OF NEW YORK.
Pd. 90 Asp ACCRUED INTEDEUT In Cur
runty, at which pricy Mar PuT uerLOY.SEP ER PER
CENT. TN GOLD on their cost.
All Chn . ernmeal. Bond. awl abor Hecuritles dealt
ht at the Stock Exchange recelred In exchange. at
their full market value. and Bonds sent to all parts
of the country. free of Fspress charges.
They can be obtained by ordering direct from On
or through any responsible Flank or Banker in any
• pert of the country.
Fisk & Hatch,
Maps,. 'Pamphlets and full
information furnished upon
application in person or by
S. M'CLE.A.N & CO.,
65 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh,
piNIVD i i 3Ve4 E
12T.1 ttr CHESTNUT ST,
14qvaGto k am!.
The reputation and cap ri
ence of 40 years, warrant in
saying that our stock :of o
Timekeepers of the best Euro.
peen and American Makers is
now the largest in the coun
try; and'we guarantee that each
Watch we sell, is finished with
great mechanical precision, has
all the late improvements, and
will run regularly, well, and
Inquiries preen/41P replied to.
Wachs lambi ty Ewen for alma
Murray & Lanman's
The most 'celebrated and \
most delightful of all per
fumes, for use on the hand
kerchief, at the toilet, and
in the bath, for sale by all
Druggists and Perfumers.
Patent Stamp Canceler&
No. 41 S. Third Street,
General Agent for State of Pea'minutia.
All order. will be filled through earl:Alec !or Ude
It IL McCOWAII .1 It MOKOWN.
BOULEVARD lq - VERS,
Pave Sidewalks,Cellartylaalde Yards,
A 4I O 9LtifTED AGAINST CHANGES OFHKAT
trIVIINVAre I g E ggr I roI= I 7:2 I 4IW KRAL
.11. RICIIARD DAVIto
Sealer of IVeights and Measures,
Na u FOURTH AVE., Pittsburgh
CAIA roLEs. - -
thavea dna assortment of time Poles left
over nom last year. which I offer at a very low
prim Parties 'moduli should order early. so as to
Insuntt their orders being fUed.
The best sad cheapest }luting Slaehlaas
the market. Price 1e.60 each Medd.. Ca end
see them et
I As. Jost received . asserneent ot Pirein-
Idli Irons...Ude nsed nnieb m me Cut bT
tL.l.dks tar ending teiew bnk, lee nle "
eSdl 136 Wood Street
BUTCHERS,,TAKE NOTICE!. ,
/ flare We lInM assortment et Circular
derma. Htlucea. .sita elm sub and enameled
fro., complete m ararl part and warranted, foe
. JAM= DOWN, •
aWI 131 Wood IltrewL
CAILT'ET4 OIL CLOTHS, 41.. c
Fine,'Medium and Common
Our StOch In the lament n'e brie 3
ever offered to the trade.
Bdvatd, tOse &400,,1
21 FIFTH AVENUE.
April I.A, 1810.
Film thin ;tate silver (Image...lll ba glTia to all
cash c.tornere, at
.71 and 73 Fifth \Ve.
fir nor weleie ere the lowest In Shli time!.
New Rooms! NpwGoW
Re harm Inaugurated the opening of Our New
Room with the
Ever Offered in this Market.
OWEST PRICES SINCE 1861
OLIVER MeCLINTOCK CO,
Reduction in Prices
TO CORRESPOND WITH
N 0.51 FIFTH AVENUE.
AUDIT WOOD N;PREST.
KAI-mm*lm gatberMots ma mow..
Chunk Ceshbona. rorcure Mouldlnies and %Uri
f Vphola.... Mao, dealers
etude. Mat timen-tuall hlte Hollanda.Coores.
Tassels. an-- Mettler attention is Mem to Mit
te d fr and Mashing. shelter and relay
fear mode of donning ott-ml la Me way la
whialt you me
mi lemewed Mat the niers am ont
Di ed nod the Momently freed Dynan
dant nod senate. The prim for cleaning be. Deer
ont of d e a .. still nail for and de.
ROBERTS, SICHOLSON & TKOMPSOS,
Steam Carpet &ding Establishment,
=lanai Near Flitb.Oesitu.:
S. E•SHRIITERI&' CO.
"°21°7474 . 47:81%,1Ve1;V: 1 4 41 . .:;', 7 '
, Nes: fig and.lil•Libtrty SI.,
Atume the bead of 'WOOD NTRZt r. where they
will be pleased to see ad their uld Wends =Am.
S. P. SIIRIVER & CO.,',
RE 4 AIOV.A.U. _
THE 01.71 CE OF THE -
Allegheny Insurance Company
becn removal from No. 37 Mai
No. 67 FOURTH AVENUE.,
BETWEEN MARKET AND WOOD STUMM
C. J. DONLL
_l2k EMOVAL—FREIA SCHROEDER;
Nertbsot Taller and Dealer In o.l4temea's
Ite 'Maim Goods: *Le Centimes ~e q -brie
gobble wetland sad leads to °Met , w tbe abaft.
eel both" be.s removed trete btelsleatesd,Zio.sta
roues emu, to. No. 51 ViCKM. MIAT.
pore's of Tblrd arcane.
. • i
-ALDERMAN JANES LINDSAY
Ma restored hi. Ohne. from comer of Wender
avenue and Washington sireet.to 1f0.1197 FIFTH
The Pittsburgh Sink for Savings
vismoivd Itaas No. ST to el. FUITRTIIAYI6-
NUN. to tbo Merchants and Yansturtaras Dank
. • • spit
The Monongahela Insoranee Company
Use removed (rta No. ale Water Meat to N. E.
cameral Woad st reet and Fourth ...me °woad
Own) antrum', on Iroarth avenue,
aptaltt . 4011 S H. CLANEY,Soeratat7.
PONTININDITO TREAT.Ah.I. 'SWAT% DORA.
HIM SyphMs In all Its forum all urinary ellseemm,
ami the Owls of mercer, ma rompleteM vodka.
led; pe w or timohml ITlo ... srajnd
Wiener. easalllng from
sad win. pro tore mom or w •
as blokhow. nom, wealterna. rim On. eon.
~,,A1.0 , 00/11 to sodet Mem. dread
jf fumy events. loss or memory. If:doh:am nor.
~,snat ...undoes, and nnally W Proartiqd the fez.
ammjc .. s rksgrieCo nat i rfr . z.
o mom sainted with the. or en,' other rlell depu te
hasp mandl on emmtltutional oemplat . nt
Mandl: e mandate
re the Dodor a trial; be nest, gan..
attentlon w ren to kb a
o le eons.
= " o7lsil , ;Ti r the WOMb.
It=stient that hytdclan ho condom
wasehmtvely to t h estudy of aeoliths els.
Of &wpm, and treat thou.:ado of macs ererY
year mob aemare greater skill is that apect.7
Dian one la newest prartlee. •
She Doctor pobilama a medics] pamphlet of OM
macs that giros a fell espnaltion at venereal and
inmate Mamma that can be had free et ullkofar bY
mall for two atelnPa, ana hid enrellm, ..-
.men., contains nstrnalon to the =lowa
enbling them to determine the proolse natalA
their Onaiplainta. -
The establishment. cm:noising ten to
b central. When It M not ansrenlant to Mel Qs
dl?. the Doctor's opinion am Pt obtalstscl ea bi . dirtoll
• written statement of theca., and m eau
be fOrwarded by mall or enema. In KM,
eta, ammo a personal • ormolnatlan le anaMotely
neomaary. while in others dolly personal ettemUOn
le required. and for the accommodative: of each'
patient& there am apartments cermscied wttli the
Mho, that am provided • :nth every reandstle that
ealcolated to promote moor err. Inclodbm mem.
rated super tatb. preamipUona are premed
In the Dodoes own labonlbrty, ender hie perm.:
soperrtalon. bledlod pamphlets at oMoe free, or
by mall for two mamma. No rustler who hare failed,
read what the atm Hoare 9A. at. So 9r.
daya Pince. O. 9 WYPI eon.E.
V ISZ Man UMW
136 Wood Wee.
JAMISs E10W215, '
1311 Wood Street.
Re tined !
23 Fifth Avenue..
V Diu plater.. =A Pio . ptioilrs of
NO. 127 WOOD. STREET,