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THE DAILY GAZETTE
Of Pittsburgh, Allegheny City and
. Allegheny County.
(bract of , _filatb Avenue and timlthorld kkreet
THORSDAY,.MAY 26, 1870
BOMA In Fninkfort,
PrrnocEm I.a.Azawerp. 521.
'‘ 006 closed in New York yesterdarit
Tut: Pension nud Bounty.bills, an re
ported in the HOU.I. involving b dis
bursement of over six million dollars. will
scarcely pass Into ]awe at this session.
Wz have, from the Census bureau, e
copy of the official instructions' ro the
aFiltia r ias the work of enumeration,
which is to begin J one Pet. We too.
sent an abstract Of them tomorrow. -
IT IB MUM that a reduction 'of from
thirty to fifty millions in the taxes will
be provided for before the adjournment of
Congress, in some form. There to equally
certain to be a sharp contest- over the . , at
rangement of the details. le this connec
tion we refer the reader to the remarks
of Senator Sherman. printed in:another
Twit LTIICII BILL, for the promotion of
our shipping interests, has finally been
put aside in the House, although not with
out a strong rote in its favor. The mer
its of this meaeure have been defended
with such signal ability by Idessre. Lynch
. and Healey that even this defeat has tee.
' tided to the strength of their case_ The
. proposition now passes to the next ses.
sion, when its prospects will be mnre fiat•
AME L7:rrstO of the representative, of a
eery numerous and influential .denontina
tionoiChriatians convened in this'elty last
evening. The Assembly embodies a large
degree of intellectual culture and social
ss well cc -religious influence.
come its members to 'this cite, with the
sincere trust that their visit may _be ai
pleasant to themselves perionally . as -lei
purpose should prov profitable . to, their
ComurrrEr: of the last Legislature
is now in 'Washington, to urge the'leces ;
shy as well as tho justice of an Immediate
Intervention by Congress. for the relief of
our navigation interests from the en
croachments of corporations the eree,
We of bridges across the cheque' of the .
Ohio. Senator ChiAn.pr and ex.-liepre
'eidetic° WALTON, of thin county, are of
the Committee, the first-named its . its
THE 3rD!) rnorosmoB, theshort.
tariff bill; ot 'Witt& . we spoke yesterday-,
had a strong Tote In the House, 102 to 80,
- but failed of the necessary two-thirds for
the suspension of the rules. We are
aware that something of this kind would
• -soon be rushed through the noose. were
it not certaii of an ultimate defeat in the .
Senate. We should like to see the smile
• resolution offered again with the iron
clause stricken out._ Let the country see
a square rote on the tea, coffee and sugar
question I •
SENATOR CAMERON will-be selected as
the repreeentatiiebf the Permsylvsila del.
egatiotiontheZieentive Committee of lie
pobliaurs, to be formed by Senator
in obedience to the instructions of a
recent caucus at Washington. A private
letter from the • Capital, advising us of
this fact a day or two since, 'added: "Look
out for a - I.lOwl from the Sormneysial.r r
Aiia . holiiiiii.,Comy/trcia/ did. in its yes
terday's Mite. It was a puny,: feeble,
.starveling howl, but its lack of rola nie was
made up in, spite. Bnt that is not to be
wondered at when one condiders the pre
cise composition of the scribbling crowd
of eutaiders who have the control- of our
neighbor's types. They are very hungry,
and their music' is that of famishing
wolves who smell the flesh-pots out of
their reach. Throw to them a bone will
bow quiet they would be!
But, seriously, why shouldourneighbor
be thus grieved? The Senator - is the
faithful representative of a party Which
the Commercial hates. and by which it
was long since disowned. That journal
should stick to Its "honesty and ref . Orm
humbug, to its canal-enii!gentetit . pth, to
its bootless grabs'at the sinking fund, to
its contract, toltelp the nesv.State Tycasu
ter to got his money back; and to its gen
eral functions as an organ of black-mall—
and let individual . Ilepubliam. and the
TUE NORTLIEEN PACIFIC RAILROAD bill.
with amendments, is expected to pass the
Howse this week. It will be remembered
that the bill, or joint resolution, simply
proposes to make good to the Company
the acreage of Its original butrbgrant,
which has been since diminished by pre ;
empting settlers, to authorize the corpo-,
ration to mortgage its estate for raising
trunk to completa the road, and to change
somewhat the point of junction of the
Portland and San Juan de Foca brat:titles.
This is gird It. The COmpany's ease is
a meritorious °ice,: end should hero the,
public farm. They ask for no subsidy in
bonds or cash, although they would glad.
Iy exchange their land-pent for the :alone
subsides per mile that were given to the
pnlon Pacific Road. In mortgaging , the
property, they would follow the established
'Radice of "railway corporaticats. Since
the met of the work is to be very great,
they desire to draw largely upon Europe.
an cepttetior Its defrayal, nod?* this and
.the privilego:of Creating amortgagb
entity Ie molt desii:able., We are assured
that even with/Mt:lt the rani sill behullt,
but at an additional eXpenze of perhaps a
million of dollars through a lets aterated
credit.! 'There 'tare been elreiai
ono raised In one week's time to build the
first sealers" of:the road, which will be
&dated to Red River by next Jenny"-,
and every dollar of this sum was obtained
foam domestic" parties who.' have thus
Porren their faith in the high value of
the project and the certainty of its accent.
WE are happy to see that the . aew, odl
401 . of 'this Detroit' Press, ii i ctiTored
Democrat named Fox, is welcinedPith A.
fraternal. hand by our neighbor'of the
Port, who , sem '"The Democracy trill ae.
oept allfrich.hatelligont alliances as Mr.
.Fei." We like the sense of that remark,
although we 'can't admire its _ grammar t
But I *Val intprovement is better than
none. • Woquote the greater part •Of the
Pates paragrat4i. for the especial bene4t
Of our Democratic madera 'who used to
bug the cheerful Idea that theirs pv an
exclusively "white man's party." Friends
listen to such talk as this from that relia
ble old organ of white folks," the Pitts. .
If Mr. Fox bad reversed :the order of
thlap, and invested his money and talents
in it Radical journal, it would have been
all light; but for one of the !Lowly' en.
granchiabd race to cut Poole from Radical
• s .
leading strings and dare to think and art
for himself, is an unpardonable . offence.
flea the tiazette mean to nay that there
are no intelligent black men, or simply
that there are no invelligem repreienta•
tiven of that-race who are- found allying
themselvoiliiith - the Democratic party?
Either hornet the dilemma in an unfortit
nate one for tha-Aireileat least an fail
as verar,ity - -Itz;fiaiiceined-r- and 11 it will ,
buebtitianlt itiliistOry, it will find' that it
Is the intelligent negroes, and the intelli
gent only who are deserting the rotten Rod.
ical platform, cutting loose from the in
sincere and treacherous men who desire
to uao them for personal and political ag
grandizement, and who are seeking a home
and shelter Whin the ptasset ~the Demo
erntii tt d -tyl dotty if must tip bard
with lad leaders, to lose any of the
Yreirst atitniztlf;*inion - arhich 'they have an
I inaidieiri, and to which they pin
tlieli -- Tiddri'tbeyitnagine that' they - have
upon him body and soul, and
.thi" have', blur hazard .an independent
of action, is, to their narrow
minds. unheardof-gratitude--an unpar
donable offence. The Democracy teal al.
'rent aff eyed
,inlelligtint yllialaces no Arr.
A x —the ignorant blacks the Radicals are
welcome to.'for within the ranks of that
party they find their natural 'home. -
D. 4. MORRELL
Upon the renomination of thin gentle-
Tau, by Lie fellow citizens of Cambria,
for itieirliepteiwidative in. Cinque's., the
Pittsburgh Commercial improved the OC
eaSiOn to parade the ill-will of a handful
of rualludentsabout Ebensburg an an un
friendly demonstration of groat popular
weight against the candidate. Probably,
our neighbor had no special enmity against
the candidate, but it must alwaye yield to
its own irresistible itching to scandalize
anything Republican at every opport unity.
Judging - front the following article in the
I:l.lensbarg A Rrghania /I, itel raid upon Mr.
Morrell has about as little influence as one
would have etpected. Say. the Cambria
Mr. Morrell is emphatically a man of
the people, and of all the citizens of our
noble Comtism:tweeith, he less perhaps
than any other is the representative of
a mere particular section. Starting in life
with little else than his rectitude, his sa
gacity and a good stock of perseverance,
he has been instrumental in building, the
lergest indostriabcorks in the entire na
tion. Coming in Cambria minty when
comparatively a young man to take upon
him the business superintendence of a fail
lug iron mill, by his tact, skill and industry,
he rnide.what . had been a financial failure
a great &metal success:
.It is owing to
him that anabria. to-day holds within her
hinders 45,000 people rather than 20,000.
It is to hint that Johnstown and: the ant ,
rounding villages owe, their pmaperitv,
'The bleak hill» of Southern Cambria yield
their hidden Wealth of coal and Iron, anti
support thottiamin of hardy and indos.
trious freemen. Daniel J. 3forrelYs in
dustry and ability opened the way for
those cons of toil. Hundreds of farms
and thousand of acres of land in Cam
bria, Blair and Somerset have greatly in
creased or even doubled their values
airouirk id - Other cause than the fact that
lifr."Morrell 'succeeded in firmly eitablish
ing the great industrial works kno‘, : n as
the Cambria Iron Company.
Ills connection with the iron interests
of the State also intimately connects .him
with almost every branch of Indlistry
within nur borders, All the signs indicate
that we are about to enter upon a gigan
tic contest between free-trade and protec
tion. Weirs. hopeful as to the final re
sult of that contest. Yet in it, Penney!.
rania must 'take the lead on the side of
protection. And Pennsylvania could as
ill spire any other of her many brave and
able defenders of protection to Daniel J.
Morrell; no that it is not only the interest
of the district, but Of -the whole State,
that Mr. Morrell be returned for the third
time to his poet of honor. Certainly our
district could not Well secure a Repreeen.
titlve more able, ceurteinis, and attentive
in illpublic mitteis, and In private life
one of : plainer habits and purer motives
In urging the Runiediate appointment,
by the Republican majority of the Sammie
Bench, of Republican protho'netariee In
place of the three partizan* whom they
are still suffering to remain in those im
portant Mitres, we bare expressed the
clear wish of that majority of the people
whose vote* alone placed Messrs. lizxn.
AGNEW and Witli 618 in their own high
' In reiterating that argent request. we
again express the opinions of a people
Which it becoming impatient of a needless
and irritating delay. What is asked
from three three Justices i% not AT' ;hill
their judicial 'onetime, but is strictly an
. . .
eXerrutive, act. 'The :peOple Save a rirt
to ootitiol the personritl of the judicl ry
department, Irmo Chief Justice dawn to
the tit:redeye°, Ind have eterriied that
,tight as far as their political votes could
go. We hate giveli political beads 'to the
administration, and expect the inwer,de
tails to be arranged accordingly. The
ennsiderationn which properly otherwise
govern the strictly judicial duties of the
bench have no bearing whatever upon this
tion.judicial question of merely executive
We add that, while the people entertain
a profound respect for the judicial, qualifi
odious of a majority of the bench, not one
of the three could have been elevated to
that place by their votes, had there been
any reasonable ground to believe th t he
would have favored ._the retentio in
office of the obnoxious partizan% who
now fill the prothonotaryships by the cut
ferizice 0; the Court. 1
The Philadelphia Preis says ,
The Republican party all over the
State, we think In candor, have a right to
complain of the action of the majority of
justices now on the Supreme 'ourt bench
on the subject of the prothonotariea of
that Court. .Janes Ross Snowden, pore
thottertary of the Eastern district, in now
-In cities over his time, his term - having
expired on the 2d of March last. No
man is insane enough to suppose that a
Democratic majority of justices would
have allowed a Republican prothonotary
to remain in office after his term had ex
pired. Mr.Wallate De Witt, prothono
tary of the Middle, and Mr. Thomas J.
Keenan,. prothonotary of the Western
'district, are also over their time, their
terrine having -expired on -the 17th of
3Larch. These gentlemen are all bitter
Partisans. They all voted against the
I men who now compoise the Re
, publican majority on the Supremo
bench. The Republican party owes these
prothonotaries no patronage, and we be
lieve we urge no undue claim, and ask for
no - undignified action, when we appeal to
tho' cormabo-weneo -view of this subject,
and ask that the expired terms of thew
bitter. Copperheads be filled liy-the ap.
pointment of Republicans equally capable
and far more deserving titan they to Offtl•
py thesuporritions. • Let ell be just to our I
selves ass party and admen., The organ.
jzaticm , of the. Repubßcan party . cannot
'estallt WW11:4;0146W.* give our bit.
ter opponents the fairest fruits of onr
hardest won victories. There are young
Republicans who have • earned these
places—men . of 'ability and experience,
capable in all respects to discharge all the
duties connected with the positions. To
Ruth as thew the Republican justices on
the. Supreme Court Irepclo should look for
prothonotaiiie, be the party now unques
tionably looks for such action at, their
Prhenorion. May 24th, 18:0. -
Massns. Enrrons Will you be kind
enough to inform ne through the columns
of your paper , whaler' the Soldier' 0r
0... ght from Phillipsburg
to join in tbo cemmosies, of Decoration
Dicy, arid4Cso,irlieWsndlhirw are they
to be cared for, as we wish to aid in the
good work if We are 'lnformed of the war
to which -we can be useful? toe 'Audi
look for an aMiwer With interest.
Moor READF:Ar Or THE PAZETTE
''[Relpeafillir referred 'to the Committee
on. Arrangements—Ed.] - • ;
A moms? signed by over four thou
sand citizens of San Domingo hes been re
lreived at. Washington, against the rntifi
cation Of the treaty.. for the, purchase of
that Island." It was laid before the Senate
and'will undembtedly have some influence
In Settling the: question, as it hail been
heretofore .rearimented that. the citizens
of th 61 .1131‘ went tutirdutquigy In favor
of selling it to Ms government. -
PITTSBURGH DAILY GAZETTE : THURSDAY MORNING,. MAY. 26, 1870
The National Budget.
WE quote from the Congrepoimot pm
ceedintr,x of Monday last:
Mr. Sherman then addressed the Sen
ate upon the neeemity of greater economy
in appmprlatione in connection with the
reduction of taxation. taking as hie text
the amendments just adopted, which he
said necesidtatedim additional expense of
$460,000 per annum. by adding to the'per
manent clerical force acme bit or lit•Ven
huntirtd lady employee. This was a fair
sample of indiscriminate increase of ap
propriations in the Senate. The uncer
tainty thereby occasioned as to aggregate
-amounts was the real cause of difficulty in
fixing the rates of taxation. The bill was
one et ;eight annual appropriation bills
which Included every branch of expendi
tureaddhe..NationalGovernment: In the
book of estimates furnished by various
Bureaus, these expenditure,' were net
forth as fbllowst '
Legislative Department $ 210.3,000
Judicial De oat .1.575,0 W
Milita Service 'l3 (moon
Naval expenses 24508.000
Indian service 5,048,00)
Pensions.. ........ ...... 80,400,0110
Public Work. 24,625,000
Postal deficiencies " 5.52,4,000
These, with the items of perrianent ap
propriations, made a total of 8155,297,617
of annual expenditure, To these were
to be added What are called Indefinite ap
propriations and that great item of inter
est on the public debt, #129,077,000. mak
ing a total upon which the various ap
fhopriatien h ilis here based `Of $298.516,-
. 132.111. The annual report of the Sec.
rotary of. the Treasury placed the amount
at .t.V1,000,000-m dincrepancy of some
$7,000.000, which. was explained In the
difference in the item of public works;
-the Secretary's estimati being $10,132,000
in excess of the appropriation of lokt
year.. The action of Congress in intro..
ing the items of appropriation, far in ex
cess of the estimate of the De
partments, was referred to as an
additional clement of uncertainty in
determining our expenses for the com
ing rear, as also the Teel of an ;mem
ponded balance in the Treasury Depart
ment of $llO,OOOOOO. This might be
drawn upon largely. In addition to the
annual appropriations; it 'might be eon.
tinned over until the following year. An
amendment has been engrafted upon Ma
hill by which three balances, hereafter,
would be carried to the surplus fund. the
transfer of appropriations having been
forbidden by en act of Februarv, 1858. The
item of claims was also indefinite. If,sas
had been proposed,Congress adopted this
principle of paying all damages incurred
by loyal people in the South during the
war, this item would amount to. at least
fifty millions. The judgments of the
Court of Claims, amounting to $1,250,000,
and the action of Cemgreee on private
claims, would further swell the aggro,
gate No reliable estimates of the tom
for the Indian service could be made.
The House of. Representatives hail hehl
that treaties of the Senate were good for
nothing„until that body appropriated the
money to make them good. Differences
between the two Houses on Indian Affairs',
had mimed our treaties to be entirely dis
regarded on our part. No man conid tell
to-day whether this service next year
would cost twenty or fifty in Wiens of dol
len', as war might spring up at any time.
The Bounty bill, recently passed by the
House, would absorli• about $200.000,000.
Some three years ago the House passed a
similar bill which the Senate amended in
Conference Committee, to grant bounties
to the amount of $80,000.000. This pro
position was. now' nubstantialle renewed
with a ',election of these $BO,OOOOOO.
'this g'eneral resume would show the im
possibility of estimating • with exact
aces until after Cotrieax idjotoned •
what amount of nioney would be
necessary for the next_tisyal year. If the
Secretary's estimate, amounting to $201,-
000,000, was adhered to the one per maid
on the national debt, $24,000.000; would
make $315,000.000, to whirl, would have
to be added the excess of all appropria_
tions above the mthuated figures. 'the
total estimated revenues of the tiovern
meet amounted to $ 2 03,000,000, leaving a
surplus of neventy.elght millions. The
question was what taxes ought to be re
pealed; which among thetu bore most
heavily upon the industry of Our people
Our internal revenue was the product of
war; and was directl y felt by the people:
.customs dutien had' been in
- force since the formation of the Govern
meat, wen' indirect, mainly upon articles
of luxury or consumption, and so well
distributed that their weight fell fairly
and in just pmportion to the ability to
pay, though we might differ in thmriee,
yet under any adminixtration the chief
burden of taxation would rent upon im
ported goods. These now yielded one
hundred and eighty-live millions in
gold, and the revenue was not likely
to diminish. Was it not butter to re
tail.' tide revenue and fur the present
confine nor reduction of tales to new and
direct hurdeno of internal natation"
If it was rod for the Interest on the public
debt all internal taxation might be
dispensed with, as the revenue from rue
time was sufficient to pay all ordinal,- es
prides of the Ondirnment. The • in.s
proposed he the Finance Committee to In,
repealed and those to he retained wire then
referred to. The lanes on whisky and w
hite. were now levied s p an a carefully
prepared law, and it wax nettompoeed to
change them in any way. They would
yield—spirits, $50.000.000; tobacco. VO,-
000.000: fermented liquors , $6,000,000,
ranking. VB,OOOOOO of taxes to be repeal
ed. The most offeasive was the tax on
sales, which was a tax on enterprise, sub
ject to every objection. It yielded4B,ooo,-
000. The next most oppreeive tax was the
tax on grime receipts, mainly on inatirance
compables and transportation. )ielding
$13,3001),0(10. SQ,Vrii la the taxes on legacies,
successions, watches, carriages, Atc. It
was proposed to do away with the whole
system of special taxes; some of 'them are
proper subjects of taxation, but as a
system they were the most oppressive that
mild be levied. They yielded, including
the tax on banks and hankers • shout ten
millions of delimit It is also in contem
plation to throw off fourteen million dol
lars from the income tax. Con the gen
eral question of Income tar, Mr. Sherman
insisted that it was the most equitable
tax levied; that it was the only one upon
property, and the only one that discrimin
ated between the rich and poor man. He
quoted from various writers on political
economy to show Its justice in theory, and
that in execution it was no more objee
tionable than any other tax.
Mr. Morton said the country demanded
a reduction of the Outlet' on articles of ne
cessity extending into consumption by the
poor, and Congress must meet that de
mand before the adjournment.
West Wlekeery Items
The following is•the production - of the
welle in thin vicinity:
Miles Farm in owned by the Warren a
Venango oil company of Pittsburgh, and
the we are an follows: Coe,Smuta * Co.,
7 wells pnxiucing 27 bbis ; new well drib
ling. Collins Bros., 2, producing 10 bbin.:
Irvington oil company, 2, producing 18
bble,: Arnienia, producing 2 bbin.; ide
awake, producing 4 bide.; Hoffman, pm
during 3 bble,; Brocber, 12 MAN. •
Royal E, emit Farm is owned by Scott,
Otatidin * Flatlet. Dewey & Laney well.
producing. 10 bbla.; Flatter & ltabncm'a
well, a late strike, is pumping 40 bbla. and
increasing. Several, otbeni aro nearly
ready to be teakil. • . -
Outlaw 1L.41-Soot4 lower farm ; Thorn
berg well, producing ilnlrla;tioodrich well
pumping SO bbls; Hammy well, 70 bbli;
Cart. cioodrich, ..tnew) pumping 00
On the 11 W. Scott. Orandin a Neyhart
farm, No. 9 pumping 76 bbla.
On the Turtle farm, Venture well. 2..
bblo, flu tarti Is now all leasedand nut.
leased, and preparations are being made
for a large number of new rigss•-•some 25
In number, •
On the Wilkins farm adjoining, McNair
well on lease No.l, is down 430 feet. Rigs
nearly up on No, 6,6, 3.7. and 9. The
greatest activity is noticeable, and this
farm will soon be thoroughly tested. It
promises well as it unntiestionably lire on
the belt and is a sure thing.
On the Isaac Jones farm adjolnlig the
Wilkins, on the east Mr. Rinney has leased
and is getting hierig up.
On the Allen farm, further down the
creek, there is considerable excitement,
and if leases could be had, it would be
The Grove farm company have ivied 40
acres to Irvin, W. E. McClintock and Fact.
vet, and four rigs are already going up,
This is an immense tract containing 960
acres. and looks good.
limmes bare been let on the Faulkner
farm on the east, and 3 wells are-immedi
ately to be started.Tuffoote .Inurnal.
Tunlimuse Committee on Banking and
Correner have authorised General Clar
field, by a epecial vote, to uk the enneent
of the lionseito report hie Currency bill,
with an additional section inflicting much
heavier penalties on the hanks for certify.
checks without holding In hand: the
money of the signer to the fall amount.
We quote faun the ungreosiouttl pro
cot - 4114r of Monclas .
Mr. Bergen, (Rep.. Texas), a cit
izen•of Dorman birth, criticised the re
mark of Mr. Voorhees fast Thuinday, that
the cry iu Indiana was, "Let the Irish gq.
let the Ditch go, we hare got the negroes
in their places." Ile .wanted to let the
111.1 pie know that t'osigress at leim didnot
join in that kind of popular slang. He
inferred front the remarks: of Mr. Tour ,
bees that there was still a class of people
who treated the foreigners and colored
men as voting cattle, and on a careful pe
rusal of that gentleman 'm remarks, no oth
er inference could be dmicn from- it than
that he (Voorhees) was of that opinion.
Those who heird the peculiar tone given
to the wortinDatcle-tsadoome to the con
cluninn - that they were treated in that
way. Ile himself - did not nitro , whether
he was celled a Pliellaader," or a „nGler
midi.", lie kintivihat the word , nliutch"
was but a geographical error, and was
continued by the similarity of the sound to
that of "Deutsch," but the peculiar way
in . whielt it is usied.by the people at large,
contained .tiometlilitg contemptable, and
which ought to be banished from the
House. Do considered the House : as the
dreeinfrroorit of the nation where decent
language ought to be used. The Germans
were an intelligent and logical people, aud
would stand faithfully by the. Republican
party as ling as that Party remained true
to itself. As to the colored people, they
were keen in their instincts, they know
who Millie them free, and they would
stand by them. If there were negroes
who cored the other way it was not the
African who . voted so, bur -it was the
"slave" that was still . !reropping out."
[Applause on the • Republierm side.]
Mr. Finkelburg Mo.], on the
name' subject, remarked that where cer
tain reflections were madetun• his nation ,
ality the other day, he did not deem them
worthy of response, but an attention had
been called to them by the gentleman
front Texas It was perhaps proper. that
he should add a word to what had' been
said. If there was still any one on the
floor who hollered that:the Derman votes
of the country could be transferred frog
one party to another by mere political
maneuvering, or that the Gentian citizens
could be used Like a shuttle-cock by sharp
political gamesters, they not only under
rated the intelligence and moral character
of his countrymen. but showed a deplora
ble ignorance on thtir Own part.
Mr. Cox tDein., N. T.), sirated tha t .
the gentlemau from Ohio i\ dun be
allowed to address the Committee in Bee
' A party of excursloirlsts—ndlsmi men
and editor,—have lately visited the glen
at Watkins, N. Y. Among them was
'Porte Crayon." of Harper's .I(agazine,
and Vokir, the sculptor. - One of the
party thus describes the scenery:
•The glen is a gorge, cut. through the
solid rock be the water, which finds an
outlet into the lake, after many tortuous
windings and eddyings. forming<useades
and rapids at 'every few steps. It was
first brought into notice in Vogt. whin
stairinetes were built, No an to render the
first section passable,
.Bridges have been
thrown arrosw the various, chasms. stairs
constructed and footway' cut in the roeks,
which form It complete wall on either
side; for that now the glen isopen to visi
tors for some miles or more.. 'rhos strange
freak of nature is well worthy of a skit
during the, dUriliner mouths.
"At the present reason, when the MOPS
hare swollen the streams, the seen. , of
this wild place is rendered more striking.
The roar of the water as it dashes from
rock to rock, now forming pools and'etitlys,
now falling with a itullen boom into the
lutaina of solid rock which have been worn
smooth anti circular bv- huge boulders
washed down in the MU, and whirled
round and round by the waters. Tower.
ing shove, high walla - shut out the suc
light, while lichens anti mussed cling to
the strata. Midpines and hemlocks find a .
doubtful foothold at dizzy heights or
shoot out from rills along the sides, at
times falling across the narrow gorge,
forming a bridge, or leaning army out
over tin Waters,' uncertain whether -to
plunge below or chug to their scant foot
hold. Ti... dripping of water is heard on
all sides. A n,nstaut current of damp air
sweep. through the narrow place, and a
solemn,sileuer, save the roar of waren.,
always prevails. No animal life is ...en.
the song of choorful birds finds no echo in
this dismal place, the nimble squirrel
avoids it, a sohtary toad may sometime.
be seen peering out from its damp &bride
among tint dripping wicks, but all other
ingoe of life are "absent. The' stream of
water which _flows through this narrow
gorge wind. around the rocks that
junior progress scenic at times CoMplete•
ly Ironed. A few steps, itutveVor, reveal
a rift through which the tourist emerges
into ?dill stranger formations of rock and
water. Just above Glen Alpha. a the
first glen, and away up on the right of the
rugged sides, Allrrollnded by foliage. r.
now Iseitur eoustroeted a conuturxii..m.
'rite User 4.d 0e r•ity
,m outAn o
3'w-therert sape "Mr. d.. Elliot recently
purchased the Hail farts, on Cottonwood
Creel. a half mile from town. It has un
it a double log house, one story, haying a
roof area of 17x40 feet. On it there is a
dirt zoof._ Mr. Elliot was engaged to r e .
rooting it with hoards, and bad it- about
completed on Saturday when the storm
begun. His oon. a tad of a dozen yearn,
wan on one Cotner and Le on the wink
As the whirlwind dipped he celled to his
non to jump down, and ?Ire Elliot clasped
the comb projection of the boards to pre
vent being blown to the ground. Just at
the instant the entire roof, rafters and all,
wee lifted from the building, and rising
with the whirlwind, sidled away, attaining
an altitude -- of about forty feet at the
greatest, and landing IS9 feet from the
boner, whore Mr. Elliot was dumped by
the concussion. Ile roof performed n
-somersault over him, and wan scattered in
a .thousand fragments op the Talley.
Strange as it may appear, Mt'. Elliot is
only-slightly braised. The lad was unim
jured the board roof gliding out front
under him, lensing him. sitting disconsto
late on the dirt roof, while his father wan
abandoning him at the rate of sixty tulles
an hoer. When it in connidereo that the
roof contained 1,200 feet of lumber, wee
- nailed to heavy log rafters, and that the
whole afair was carried 190 feet Intact,
some Idea of the force of the whirlwind
may be obtained."
Tux Kokomo (Indiana) Tribune of the
19th says: "A- Mr. Disinger had been
paying attention to a Mina Osborn. She
got acquainted with a Mr. Danford and
liked bins. The latter and the young
lady were engaged. and the fact became
known. Dlainger then wrote the young
lady a very mean letter, charging her
with disgraceful conduct. The letter wan
shown to Danford. and he felt much is
over it. The parties all lived err.
eral miles northwest of thiscity, and very
near the Cain county line. On last Sun
day evening the young men met and high
words ensued. Finally Dialuger drew a
revolver which Danford took away from
him. Afterward he took a club Gout him,
but such were the pugnacious demonstra-
Hone of Diningsr that Danford struck
him. He hen:a . 'Crippled hand that fur
nlshes a very bard and pointed fiat. SO
strong was. the .stroke that Dinlnger'e
skull wan broken in, and ho died almost
immediately. The ease rciii come before
the grand jury next week.". :••
Tug Oil Creek Extension of the Lake
Shore road was completed to Oil City and
connected with'the Oil Creek road on Sat
urday list. In making this connection it
becaninecensary.ler the track. to closa
the 'tracks of the Atlantic and Great
Western Railway. Great difficulty was
experienced by the Lake Shore people in
making the crooning, "owing. to an Erie
railway, cculatantly inuring over the
point of' creaming for two or three days;
but the Erie men, becoming tired of the
contest, withdrew for a time. when the
track was put dawn in . proper Atone. ems
that all roads were in an good condition an
before. • . -
Monday morning; hefore 'daybreak. a
largo mob. were brought down to. the.
"field of actiou" on One of the Eric trains
add were ntpnce put to the task of des
troying. the ' Arack and property of the
Lake Shore Company. . •
Wheeling IneellfgeNeer says: During the
dorm on .Monduy afternoon a man, *hose
name our informant dld not secertain, wan
prostrated bylifbtning at one of the sta
tions on the
Cleveland and Pittsburgh
Railroad, above thin city. Tbegentlemen
wan Pitting' on' the platform when the
electric fluid struck a telegraph.polo near
him, and after ruunisig down about half
its length, left hand ran down his person.
Ile wan qUite.t.eriOUSir if not fatally in.
jured. It. wan not known at the time our
informant left whether he would survive
or not. The indications of his recovery
were not flattering. Thiee or leurothers
who were in the immediate vicinity were
also prostmted, but soon recovered from
the effect, of the shock,
v 'mot tir
A- SWEET AMERICAN POEM.
To VI.U.Nrk III•NTL•V‘r.
Sw!wt Arden of Pananninodds:
w-h4:4 the d en
comm union of souls
Pr thadt. , ,s
'Ah, end ill*.
A sweetly sequestered nook.
Where the fair winAluellkinothnfesst Asi
Conjoins with 1.110 SlsCodoowittastw,t:'
inv..Utior two begatiftaliver. •
The. i ' .:i ' le ' lrg:.7. ' . d .o n'g ot::llsrotsid •
; The other teiglakood.lowabstook. •
Ah. sweeten of ,ha unts though unmentioned.
Our cot shall be close to the -sten
And mirrored to kkoodoowabakook I
- :Youghallateeti to the tonne te Inane
r.P h .r01'7„ .. -,,rzr,r0,:.t:L.,,
Whea awallebed by the hem lead the nvsten
Zech were, You shall 1070u2 look
On tho 3UneUun of bkofelowe ekuOtela
- With soft glbllng.Skooflooenbstook!
Tour food abed b. doh from the Deer.
Caught upon the point of a hook,
'rue shall quaff the eon oparkllng of wane .
Drawn forth from a wren' b...
Which tow.lo the Stoowatakookale
And then to the eltoodoowahagook I
And you shall Preside et the banquet,
A well ll of the ou as einnti
And tell of the tikoodwsweliskook!
Let others clog loudly.of Beal,
O ilf ß igudey and Tattainageuehe:
Of Ile%=::::llTell%ehil , '
01 liashwask and F.agsguadelrine.
There's none like thenoodoowacskooksla,
Exeepthig 'the bkoodointabilkiwik!
THE Renate Military Committee decide
to report miniost the Ileum proposition to
make the 30th of \iavin national holiday,
The committee think it to not only utter..
ears, but that it will interfere with the
business interests of the country. aiidi that
it is better to leave thi matter to thel net.
oral impulses Of tho people to comntemo
rate, as they deem most wiling. pitch re.
WHITE TURKISH TOWELS.
larud Turkish t Whits Turkish I . IMON
colured Turkish Toseis, , White Turkish Tows).
colored Turkish Towels. !White Turkish Towels
Colored Turkish 1;ostols, ! Milts Turkish Towels
Enanth and French 11A/11. TOOTH and NAlt
•BR t•stiEst everrlOnd
ENUV' "Z r
EEFF.IttEt:IC=CF Gila et:ATF.I
AitariATE: OF POTAS3A, 01d Whhlesal.
and 'WWI at
JAMES E. BURNS &- CO.'S
loran Penn .4 14Itch told ( 1 . , ) NIA
TUE POPULAR TONIC OF THE
The. gay has gone by when • medicine Without
merit could command and retain the confidence of
the world. Advertising Waneae the public to try
many things- but to tilts shrewd and thoughtful
age. words will not eagles without minis. and tt is
by the excreta. of their private judgment. men de
termine the relative value of thavariOrts articles
recut:m.4rd to their notion through the limbless
mlumnetd newspapers., -11uMetter's Stomach Bit
ters hae now bon subjected to this searching or
deal for :noro that/ eighteen years. and the result
V they it stands at the head of the rims of reme
dies to which it belongs- it has dist...Geduld heed
down lununtemmie evuusenitorr. ant u ti :day the
Standard Vegetable Tonic Of the western world.
The happy effects which bare followed Its Use in
mute. of time:reds, hilionmess. nervous affections,
latennlttont freers end general debility, tad es •
constitutional lit. Iguraiii. hero entitled it to Ina.
venial coondcore. Nothing.. erre eh eke Its repu
tation. tor it la boned on thelndlviduel expert..es
of tens of thourands of witnemes, embraciun
prominent and well.kcown cturens of every Pro
fession. orem cation end class. There is not • rlty,
town or settlement In the.llnited Slates wawa it Is
not • remiletrial Mapie No drugglet or general
dealer Route consider . h it Mort complete without
it. and the returns of the Internal revenue dro.
Pertinent show that Its sales exceed thew of any
other proPrieWrY nodoratise numnfact until on this
side. the Atlantic. The b een gal results derived
during • lone series of years trim. th , t M. of Hos
tetter's Bluer, have eonvinrovi the whole commu
ity that_ the out, true way to restore 10 health a
toseten down or debilitated mmeo.. or to put the
human bud) on IV defame salmi esionted to un
whole.= Influeneee, norm Invigorate. regulate
Lad polity It at one and the tame Uwe.
FABER &T ....H
-. V,:AN -..[KE
367 I,ili(9ly Stre(tt,
STE:VNL ENO TN S,
4N lb W"111 Wisßl,l
A.CI-11 Ft` N.",
Aginters' and Mathinists' Took,
STEAM FIRE ENGINES,
Woolen Machinery, Machine Yards
tirMannfoetsin.r.s. and Mill Sup.
plies. A conquot supply on hand sod
furnished on short notice.
JOHN STEVENSON'S SONS
93 Market street, Pittsburgh.
Bare be hand ell the latest novelties In Flo Jew.
eivll Mgr MB or Pieces and Silver Plated W e re of
nzir d rlai d in f s i s i ii i iMli ,. lci d f i z i sztel d ttglitiftsi. d id
Ana. Both key analiendant Wier:neon
sta.ml On hand, as well as -fall variety of the
i the Setae n d Including Jur.
We mill pirtkilbit 11.ltal3LiOil to our facilities for
repining and wgrulattoe lb. Watches. To that
breech of our hn.iesew we ametinental care.
orders by dr e amUmptly 011ot. limlens or any
egoiligln inss by mall at relay.t.
C. D. ARN9TI4AL t. G. AIIESTIIA
Vii maand Louisville
PIM CM Chewing and Smoking Tobactos.
T . E.IMTUItirLE ETREOT. Plttebersh.
Marble and Slate
Nede I sT Gower. The onlijohte• Wro
wh e ertk l elate wale Itarb Wee
teeth*. Itottetere. Fere= TV47
nisinil slattO vane
aterAeeet.tettr el all Llea end color" :
gT i l m . T .S . e . tgtatewh i nwl.3llll. , l32l Lumen
Tel uni.:2— IV:WALLACE.
. .......... TaeIIOWN
pave Side al ks, Cellars, Inside, Yard
WAARAsiT@. Drives, •
AGAINST CRAM:Ma OC HEAT
Av‘e°7ra 1'"Mli.:i"a;1. Enc"eritig7rf mutts
pk.1. , iga 7 0:1 1 ,71r4gb.1:
I bate • tee valortment. or Cane Poles loft
• ar from last seat.' which I offer at a yen , low
• rice. Parties +mating oh (tale. order early. so In to
mare their orders being Lille&
' nista - 1311 Wood Stant
FLU T ING MAVIIINES.
The beet and cheapest Fluting (statues le
the market. Price 16,60 each machine. Cell and
eee them at
136 Woad Aireet.
I hare just terclreil an assortment or Pinch:
Ins irons; Lc. article 0004 very much In the out by
Um ladles Tor curling their hair. For sale by
ter=l ]AMPS DOWN.
' 136 Wood Surest.
BUTCHERS, TAKE .NOTICEI
t Yawn the Linnet nnoflment ft Circular
spina Balances. with leash and enameled
frante. °mantel° In nen' Dart and inurinned, for
136 Wood &rest
80 and IS'irederal Street, Allegheny
A OMPI /04.101tTlIENT
New Dress Goods
Ict Organdies. Lawn.
Dress Linens, P. KA
Plain and CA•ne 2111:q A I pal i Ptiol
Olack asnOColoreti I)))))
Bright Mummer 111•1411.
A HICALITIVIII. ANNORTMKNT oni
AI, PINY lAIW
A FILE LOT OF
loitonades and Linen Drills,
POPITLA B PRICES
180 and 182 Federal Street, Allegheny
S. 141'Clean, Esq., Dec'd,
Mutated on Elettl betweenr Mintel.l nod
. I.l• 4 Cborebes,nn line Of 0. „ s .
sea t minutes walk In either MU ral•
.a...ramayi,aaw (*.UV .
6 . 41 telrontlAtritat= .na
4 'n' t Wal!
W . WV. /TV IL. an.. an.
Aeininhie Juts id Mt to SO feet trout soma 230
feet deep mind Unpeured with the beet 'misty ot
Bearing Stull. Tree.. me slime will be tote In •
elude of PAIIVi• to suit customers.
Corner Lot, 23 feet front on inn., owner
of pltrewberry alley, andinants beet tu -
ell.) (12 feel wide) about 1 feet, un win; It
tlawlfeble tor teener...tering parlatace. being r(ply
short distaap. Croat Iler Pentuated Penns ve
nt. Bann:ten Depot, eo er Seventh and nun
Fire-PrOof Safe .
A tom Large, aeawd•band Fire Proof leale,doabl
doo. bes furtheror selro cheap.
Put SayLotoromtloa of the obeys Mem
B:IIeCLEAN S 5 CO
Nu. 57 Fourth Avenue, Pittsburgh
THE BEST BARGAINS
This Seasbil .
AT' 0 creNTS.
Ladles' flurry British Cotton StorkillEs•
AT 23 ICILVT 4 9.
Ladies' !teary British. Cotton Stockings
AT 'EXTRA BARGAIN. I
AT 3 PM m
Ladies' Super. Britt Colton Storktogs.
AT 20 CLVIII.
Ito's Betty British Cottoa Sods.
AT 23 CZNTS,
Ines Heavy Prenek Cotton Seeks.
LADIES' AND lIILNA
MERINO GAUZE UNDERWEAR
. AT TEXT LOW PRICY&
MISSES, BOYS AND CIIILDRILNII
COTTON STOCKING S
AT GREATLY REDUCED P1K1C131,...AT .
MAORDII i (CLYDE & C ~
Nos. 78 and 80 Market Street.
BUY THE GENUIN
" O. I S. T.
GEO. A. CLARK
orrics 2 Cr e tlit or l aftstmr . a..l
atAl s n p
Naas, t aerator 14,sa ttiat stisannufdl./sti
Special Tsass.lorossils torsasodasconset.sa4
Incomes, Carriages, Watoha
Silver Plate, &0., •
Are now in Gap oaks, other* payment wlll be I,
Weed there= by the Celleotor, on and after the
FIRST UAY OF JUNE. 1310. These tam hay.
Ind become due. melt be WO before the 23th day
of Jane. 1810. °Moneta addlUonal ooPenta.
111 be locarrod by the tac payer ; •
IL BUFFINGTON. Req. Depot" , Collector for the
County of A...J.n.f. and . EDWIN LYON.
Deputy Collector for the count! of BuRer..III pa
reedy 10 reOnve after the lot of Jona. for their
..peCtIVO . 000,11011..4 ill pout notice. deslino
mg the time end pace. when and *bore thoy
be prepared're receive the taxes oollectable by
them: Tani P.ld 0.17 btfreenbacks or national
Mk" Wm. from 8 A. Y. to 3 P. If.
• JOHN • /IL INILLIV
mll6tri .. •
NOTICL"The Books •for - .the sub
. SCRIM:Mid/hick of the • , -
errial Spring , Ice Manufacturing
. . and Storage Company,
Ar i ~;wapened at the Mechanics' Sayings Batik.
N,24I4.IIITILYIKI.OBi)INri Tht.,Company la
thalred til tbetilleiture of Peatntyl.ate, mod
has • exclusive t -of bleaufactorlng lc la
the unty of All CO?C by Carre'a celebrated
French Pa t e nt ..
JAMIO; BLACKII9IIX, tot.
ED. 'DARKER, Proprietor,
Cor. Penn M. and MY, formerly old Con!
180 and 182 Federal Street Allegheny
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas,
lIATS AN!) BONNETS,
Ribbons and Flowers
A GREAT BARGAIN IN
Embroidered Linen Sets,
COLLARS AND CUFF'S.
A New Stock of
Ladle.% If Lases and Children's Hue..
Kid and Lista Thread Mures,
Ladlin' Lace Mitts, -
Tam Collar. and Handkerchiefs.
Wholesale and Retail,
180 and 182 Federal Street, Allegheny.
BLACK SI ,KS!
BLACK • SILKS!
Thin Dress Goods
Thin Dress Goids
- From . 20 dents
BELL & MOORITOUSE
21 Fifth Aveeue,
HORNE & CO'S
Hosiery ! Gloves !
Mx woo. e am, choir* alarctrusents nt
Prices Unknown Since 1861
ALJETANDHEM RID OIAPE3-• full asimt
mot at 111.73. . .
COURVIORSIERM KIDS at •
LOISO TOP KIDS. chola shade*. at CIAO.,
• REGITLA It MADE BRIM!' lloSl2.llaav7, 33
PLAN ►ND MIMED nOTTON BOOS,: 10
<PM/ .41 rp.
DOMKSTIC COTTON' HOSIERY, by aye ordos.
()MTS . - ' SUP= STOUT HALF HOU, 93
GENTS' SUPER PLVE HALF UOSE,23
Alm eDIenOIA anporthaeMs SASHES, SAW, And
DOW RIBBONS, LADIES' VANCE BOWS. i
Large Additions to Stock
Just arriving. to whleb we :visite the attention of
Whliesale and Retail Cub Boners. !
7L ND 79 MARKET STREET.
On a Par with Gol
WE NOW OFFER
Our NeNv Stock
HUTIM ARC INVITCD TO
.Examineour Goods &,Prices.
SHANNON . * CO.,
N 0.115 Wood Street.
"HILL & ADAM'S
SEWER PIPE C 0;"
65 and 67 Sandusky St., Allegheny.
C. G. Mad:ELLEN, Agent
OT AIR & CHIMNEY FLUES, &C.
larta And mann:lna consl4;ll7 on band.
HENRY H. COLLINSI
PPM 138131:00ND AVENUE.,
Patent Stamp Caneelers.
EDWIN - STEVENS,
No. 41 S. Third Street
Cement *gat for Slate of Peinsylianli.
Allwielder. II be Oiled thrown, Ude office for Ibis
To Oil Cailitalists.
The BRADY'S BEND. IRON COMPANY wlll
,all tacit of land. for betted Pafedeen:ht mar et.
WOO to lb. eew govilli nail en Amite:Kw
They will also BELL LOTS on the beak of ti• i Al-
Sabine River.neer the new wed: for
. . .
. W. D. MACE. Baperintoodest.
Itnewre Wm. Y., Itlth. *SIC mean=
I:exygrADVaS:,4_v_tAk" , • 2 lo•ll:ll
- of we
lialbaad Übaailroad Ca
fie' . Chesapeake and Ohio
I* completed nod connive Irmo RICIIMOND,
to the celebrated, annTs 6OLP1113118PRIIIIIS:
In Went ilociele. 2117 mile*. It It belt. topl/I0
'extended to the Oblro cher. 200 miles hither
maklrtx4i Pla 427 mi. , : •
In th , Wogßess Weatarard. It josnattates and openi
op to znarkst the WONDERFUL COAL DRPOEITS
OF TIM KANAWHA RFAIIONIEf WEST TIM.
GINIA: Andthubtinge s taa raparlorandabandant
Coals of that section Inth commtusteatlas with tlas
IRON okra OF VIRGINIA AND OHIO, and the
WESTERN. SOUTH WESTERN AND RASTKILN
When rompl.tad It CD oosbutet Um SUPERIOR
HARBOR r.p.ciLmicor THE CHESAPEAKE
BAT with rvliabla oarAmtlao On I.l.o)slortwor.sod
thus witkIbs•ENTIRESTEM OF RAILROAD
AND 'WATER TRAN SP ORTATION OF THE
GREAT WEST AND KWEINVEST. '
It will make;. SHORT.EASY; CHEAP and FA- .
VORABLE ROUTE from the WEST to the SEA
•na will ornnnuuad • LARGE SHARE OF THE
ILNORMOUS FREEMTS waling tranaportallonto
It will thoi /*notme one of the most IMPOWFANT
AND PROFITABLE BART AND WEST =DNB
LINES OF RAILROAD In the eounul, and nom
mind a trade of tmmenee vein.
The completed portion of the Rau 1 doing
PROFITABLE ANIL INCREASING BUBIREPR.
and la folly equal la value to the whole samust of
the oinoePee toon the eatlre une-1115,000,-
The loan of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
Compeer. beine• FIRST MORTGAGE UPON TILE
ENTIRE LINE, PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENTS,
woriArn WHEN COMPLETED AT LEAST SNP,
000.000, Is therefore one of therhostthbelfuglal,
taitherratith and reliable Flathead Laths seer of
fered lh the market, thd.la plocollarl[y
the wants of -
Investors and Capitalists.
most oatiofselory esouranee of PfISITIVIL AND
The Bonds art In denominations of
$l,OOO, $5OO and $lOO,
and may In hid COUPON or REGISTERED.
!Merest SLY per pat per aptsnm, payable MAY
ly/ and NOVEMBER Ist.
PRINCIPAL. ANI) INTEREST PAYABLE. IN
GOLD IN TUE CITY OP NEW YORE.
Price 90 AND ACCRUED INTEREST Ia Car
rel:icy. al which price they pi) aPoIY SEVEN PER
MIT. TN GOLD on their coat.
All Government Bonds and other BeauttleeneGt
In 'et the noon ?Autumn. reeplied to manna, et
their full menet value. end ➢ones met to .11 polite
of the country, free of krpnos
They cm be obtained by - ordering dtreet frout
or through anj responsible Bank or Hanker auy
part or the country.
Fisk & Hatch,
No. 5 Nassau Street. New York
Maps, Pamphlets and full
information furnished ; upon
application in person or by
S. M'CLEAN & CO.,
65 Fourth Ave, Pittsburgh,
Airents for the We of these Boeula.
SVARNEWS PILE REMEDY his never felled
loot even In one ravel to cure the very worst oases
of Blind. Itching or Bleeding Plies. Thosewhoare
entitled should Immediately 611 on their dragetet
and get WARNEIrd PILE REMEDY. It le ea.
➢reavl7 lov the Wes, end is not recommended to
any other dints... It has eared many mese: brer
thirty Teary standing. Price $l. For We by drug
gists everywhere. •
- m31.178_ .
LARGE SIIIEREITS OF ALL
kg. nr fresh ash are received dallat :
Neel Muurer • • PlitrtZt. and at d itr 44in Clef
Reed. Allegheny' CUT. corner Federal sad Obt
SUMBLO. Our 1.011( experience In the Ileisiweel ea
-Wes ns to Gear. have on heads nratehtee ertlcte ,
B ead can men White Fish. hairoon, Herring. //hut
Amu. and ite Perch, ell at very low
Give ire a e arlwe will theme a tine arthrie. Argr.4
sale or retell. All orders fOled.OnontetlYr
COAL AND COKE
MORGAN & CO.
At their Mines, Bronyord, P. & C. L M.
Office; 142 WATER STREET,
SNIP TO. ALL POINTS
And Deliver in the City,
COAL, NUT COAL & SLACK
E Z:lt i kay .i. WORKS, neat pittaborib. no Pail
°Mee and 'Yard (benne Sandusky At.
and West Pena R. R.;
ALLEGHENY cm. PA.
Youghiogheny nod Anthuselto Coal
OFFICE : ROON No. S. Gazelle *WNW.
Ca - Oion nejrattolly matieitse. •
YOUGHIOGHENYOAS COAL (11;
This Company are now progied to fenlish the
beg Coal otatiyan m riehtitY.AT
thsgod Tart agliohdrur the Connelle•Me Fiall
- Depot. foot of Try Street, Pittebtoeti. •
Orders s4dreased to either Mom What Newton,
Pe., or to Yard, ellt be promptly mended to. •
• DEALER 1N
Youghiogheny and Connellsville Coal;
And Yaoahtallees of '..
COAL. eLACK AND mraLpgviuzan corm
olTsCie 'YARD, corm Bath: sad Yokeo
slsc ftn r*ont sUr vrtf 'es,n" (.4rif=4,°..rantli}coolSti'
Mee Meet, P. d u: ones, nAled
orders sett as either of the seen oases, aroma-
P dressed to see IhrOadtlPltlelnirdlt P. o..edlllWeise.
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c.,3yrn. Strat. linforlian Auds. !114U:
Flurrenses A Do ‘ Drai me
,. Dates. AIM Mulles, par Bra. D..
11'.1114 Th a.,RlT4ralr A7:4Z C+6
vide R. lc. enesylraAla S.
COAL ! COAL !! COAL'! !!
DICKSON, STEWART & CO.,
Having remould OW Moots
No. 567 Liberty Street,
Raley City Fkmr KIM MOOD FLOOR,
g%V La nivtit m'rArOAl'tAl'rg M 'ib•
Au =L i ra ettord4rMird la limn'
through tio reast - be ssiendad lam=o4.
CARPETS; OM CLOTHS, &c
Fine, Medium and Common
Oar Stock. Li the tartest vve have
ever ofered to the trade.
13ovard, Rose & Co.,
21 FIFTH AVENUE.
Apri] ISt, 187 0.
M=; 1 ;11111
71 and 73 Fifth Ave.
tr-cha prim sr. Om knent In Mb atuitan.
. CA STS:
Z o llztl&scrunted the op ane of elp N.
FINEST DISPLAY OF
Ever Offered in this Market.
LOWEST PRICES SINCE 1861
OLIVER McCLINTOCK & CO.,
'23 Fifth Avenue
Reduction in Prices
TO CORRESPOND WIER
No. 51FIFTH AVENUE
ABOVE WOOD STREET.
Manalattarars of SPRING. /IAI and MUSK
IIATTIIEBBI63. Feather Balton and Pillows.
Mirth Cushions. Cantles Mouldings and all lands
of 1:0o/stars work. Air.. dealora - In Window
Shad*. Had. Gomm and White Hotheads. Cords.
Tassels. Be. Partloolat attention Is arson to tak
ing ap, claming and brualithg.. altering sad Mat
°woods of &minis earns' la the only Way to
width boa tan feat amused that the cruors ara pr.
and Ws goods thoroustd7 had tram W
dot and .polo. TM Ph* f b..
"testi, Waned. Oar atoms Mill tall for,ind ds.'
Inman woods firs of charm
HOBBITS, NICHOLSON & THOMPSON,
Upholsterers and Proprietors of
Steam' Carpet Beating Ettablinkment,
NO. 127 WOOD ,STREET,
inh.7.111 No. Flier Asenne.littaroariti. Ps.
Of still Colors,
ON RAND AND FOR SALX AT
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS,
GlagitiS (grEENSWAILE &o.
100 WOOD STREET.
China and Glass
SILVER PLATED GOODS, DINNER
AND . V EA SETS, TER TRAYS
ittr...l - MI.4"NL 712
IL E. BREED & CO.,
REYNOLDS STEEN &
124 Wood Street
DREXEL CHINA, FINE CUT GLASS AND
anon:mot at New VaMpricea.
lbarr 111011Y 7 .411111r 1110itY.,.11001r. Y. Mire
HIGEY,..CUST . Sc, co.,
189 Liberty St.;
; wi ler i ZANNTßlMlng.47l 4 .llllllde
01i - ti• abcm.
h4O cif Dl,t
°2s Ariv_ "rtt . d ra u j
reostlrlat trash sod wo•nraboldi lot of the . s . ise
CONEYI TO TIOCATALLIMIVAITE DINKA.
BIM yebylts la ell Its tut. all estuary obsesses,
Ma ecta of nuoesoy ens qopplooely s
Moms. "'be. " rgs other eja
..ening from se • r •
aid 1611401110040. wine Vitt ft .
se:bilithes. bodily peathees. . eon-
Meloo. sowed. In modal/. tinsel
r ... =.loos of no .•
on 4 Pithy ... /Mi.
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1 , ...Wm.'s*, an :tsenW7iiiia . ars * t.
t:pye sy Ong tbsa • pboiettn . sth " ee
" ' efWenisely to the studs o a JOU dial
-1 of tllsseeth and vests thousands ' of meth IMO'
=...ppLactimlLe . ,=%!iati In thes op.:iny
", TO* OnflOg7 • ...nod iltanalftt of ell
=elves alO eXvositton of menial an
Amen. that eon be had ffee thoelos or b 7
ark toe two Wasp.. to seethe ...Woke., pen ,
wedelns lastroellon to Lb. enoeseo. end
_ f=o determine th e pmts. nature of
sieot, complislng tee maple swath.
tlleel of . . IS Is not moven/sot to visit use
Offf.the thsethes *Solon on be otethespellothther
• WPM. ~froths of the aw. aall
edethreliftell by null. meow , sa . L issal
. 0.11, bOIIIIVIR, IL 04111.1111 a eatolnallso Ss ty
tosmortrt ...Ana to others da7
.1s swum. ea/ ' foe she noseersoda fe, of nob
.1.,..%Le ro=if n at= "d ssfalri k e
bs =sew sesenreg i , thelfullse sown
Van owe Istr "cn . under ra peesonsi
Mediati pampe st o rs
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OM IL liValt M.. Oaths.% o. 11. i B g .
gam. y , . mmiel Mumma. ,
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