The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, July 29, 1870, Image 4

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    THE DV , 1 1, - Y GAZETTE.
\IIOME NEWS.
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Persons Yearne the city for the summer.
std wishing-to ;Aare the Gazers% sent to
them, m ll blusse semi their addresses to the
Office. Prble by mall. 75 cents per moeth.
For Sala—ltanlea.—Twi, good route+ ur‘tble
paper yr 111 lie livid eery low' to good, energetic '
carrion:- None ,them need :can't'. at VA
-zrrre-Coitialag 'town.
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The aog star-that on Itobert's
A clilld of Clete.Haire, Ohio.
drunk noncentinted Ira and dl Ed.
The Ara:try Zoo:ices will parade in
,r,alt
Liberty; this evening at 6!. o'clock.
iieurc•liounte, one of the oldest •and
most rel,pented of Washington,
died
,
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, Timer li no truthlu the. rumor that Magg,
.. ' and Ilazoo Pre in sutrtuctship lu the dar boll.
- , lug tunquess- • •
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Snooks iays that the lightnlix has lash
uronnitArthtlyla It the mewlart)"
but It can't be found. •
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The concourse In the West Pal k, near the
Humboldt toonumem. has been named 'The,
Chlldren'a Chneourse. -
ThecFloanco . Counnlttee of Allerhenv etttlo
- held tt meeting bt-t night. Nothluk , hut
routine blab:leas aCII6 thlosactel."
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The history, of the_Sublistence Committee
during the wor.haicheen restored on the tab
lets bier the stage itt City Hell. . • •
.
We &awe received from Mr. Henry -Miner. 71
Fifttiareune...rutnum7 for August—an Inter
tlug and ra.:3 - . number.
A tteir ronente pavement it to- be laid
around the Chlidren's Coneourle in the Par:.
..11 an experiment, nt , the expense of the in
.
The 400 of Washington county are killing
sht•ep at a tearful rAte. Hague with Ills
•-:lldstned eassengen" should go out on a 'tuts
'loll thire. '
Fer-sele Cheap. , -:t retail grocery at,
doing a gotta business, good reasons for •sell
lag. A rare chance, especially for fora young
ruan. See advertisement In another' column
pf Mary Meredith.
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Planck by . Llghtnina•—Durina tb storm
yesterdnl: n house on Wylie xtreet near-Fed
eral was btruck be lightning. Seveiol bricks
were knocked oil the chimney and. the roof
w•as damaged.
' Yesterday Elirabeth Smith clannintried. to
Alderman Boater that John Frederick.
neighbor. maintained a ferocious dog settle h
bit her little son. The Alderman held the ac
cused to hail for n healing.
Deputy Mayor \lehol. yesterday had Daniel
Vilna.nn before him for noting in a disorder
ly manner and annoying the ponce and happi
ness John .I..oniridge. To-day laiii.bren
tlird upon let the hearing.
Louisiana esdnell yesterttny persuade
Deputy tll Insue n warrant to
the arrett of 7.Theodore• Landis. a [weal:lna
'youth. who persists In throwing stone•
through the windows of her mansion on Forty
fifth street. -
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Iron Drlage.--Tbe Sharpsburg and Law
rducevllle nontiany have decided to
build 'nn iron bridge ou the site of the old
bridge which Wll3 destroyed• eV the time of
the recent nil fire. contract will be giv
en out soon. -
Otanst too dent:M.oY In the sPeelOittleni
of the buts for tte erection of the nor •Fifth
avenue market house. they will all bare to pe
again taken. It was owing to this irregular
ity that the subject lens nut brought op in
Councils recently.
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The attention of parties desiring tui rut
chase n nice two-story house un a nice and
spacious lot in as and clean locality
In Allegheny city, nod with all modern -con
yeniences. isincited t the
,Lohn Ramsey, Esq.. in u
•Tor Sale - columnadverthetnent of
The Ebensburg. ..Iflcohenhot of Wednesday
says in Its Johnstown correspondence: "A
man named Ilennehan eamehence from Pitts
burgh. a few days ago, to visit a relative re
siding heti.. I , lfortly after his arrival. he took
suddenly Mond in a few hours thereafter he
sena a corpse. - ,
non dames.—WAlLm 'Beeves. driver of ear
No.lo on the Birmingham Passenger Railway,
while drivinghis car along Pmithfield,Street.
yesterdiseas et.ekeir down with the heat
and fell teriarard rat , the dash board!' Fie
was carried into the oOlce of Dr. Rodgers, and
otter proper"restoratives were given neon
. erect, • "
Ben. Marian, in his Prussian issolutitins,
referred tO Red C 1.1141 when tie spoke of the
ued
had of War. thinkini perhaps that
wernor had left the PotOltme to cot ni' cneern
on theithine. Nothing like mint figures of
'speech. but Rea. was. mistaken; for Red Grind
is out West on the war path and knows noth
ing shout the Rhine.
• Stolen end Deco , err.—Wednesday night.
last. a valuable horse, saddle and bridle were
stolen from the stable of Mr. Carson. of the
firm of Carson .5: Darlington. Vafterday
.4;i--...morning the horse SV:IS found bitched to a
Jst near SAO. , and was brought to the
Mayor's office where it was afterward turn
, . ell over to the owner. , ••• I
taurety , ofthe l'eacr.—Jaeob.apang and Wm.
Weitzel. necordinr to the statement of Adolph ,
eil. acted In a disorderly t o
yesterday.
and -laid themselves Ilable to the law by
threatening Lb do Adolph bodily harm. Jus
tice Ammon was uotihed of the offal... and
dented a Warrant for the arrest of the at-.
eased for surety of the penee,
!II Patrick Lyenssuffered an Indignity at
the hands of one Miss Mary Hawkins. Mary
slapped her In the mouth. Mrs. Lyons consult
ed her husbaud. lie in turn consulted Deputy
Mayor - Nichols. and Mary wos held to Mailer
ahe for disorderly conduct.'. cross
Suit yin. entered by MarY against Mrs. Lyons,
Suit
will be disposed of at the same time.
gent rp.—J units Porter. no account of whose
dolor. we published yesterday. was before
the Mayor yeaterdny morning for n bearing.
and he to thVorkhbuse for
thirty daysMAW
in Committe d
default of a boa of VA for dis
orderly conduct, anti in the case of disorderly
assault and battery in which Alderman Koe
nig a ns nmseeutor. he was held to answer at
court.
Disorderly I•air,--The .buidness ;of calling
names was monied la the 'ride,' Ward, Alit ,
&way, yesterday. by Michael Kanberger and'
his wife. The object of, their synth, was'
Sarah, Rummell. a , neighbor. Sarah Wean.'
alarmed at the violence of their emotions. and
called won Alderman.lki , ster. -That official
issued - a warrant for the arrest of the disor
derly pair.
(o Mai Order.—Take the pfeeti saireages and
bold IL in your hands til a dog comes up to
you. Then hand it to DIM: /Walt ,tfl he cite
IL If hedoant met It donnt leeve• it on the
strentatult pick , .t up and malt for the next
dog; striekt obedience to these regeluttonsoure.
demanded of all the dletribitore of the sairen
ges mode for the unmutled doge to met. -Thar ,
moot be obeyed.
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The mammoth area ,, of R. l'aul'a Cathedral
I. being materially enlarged. and wean the im
prownmsapowompue pede ti w stu m e he luegt
of New York. In addition lb another bank
of keg's and an octave of ;leviathan pipes. it
wilLbe supplied ylth an octatept afiver belle.
which will form a plenslng,accompanlment.
Thu imprnts will probably Le completed
Suside of tunek.
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Hop-at the Rink.—The loversof innocent
amusement should visit the Rink to-night, as
there Kin be a grand hop given there as a com
plimentary benefit te. Mr. W. Brown—the
gentlemanly superintendent. whose courteous
manner has made for hint a host of friends in
his connection with the institution. The sr:
fair will be select cud a delightful time may
be anticipated. Music by the Mused Band,
and floret by Col. Joe Christy.
Cut tilt *Ser.—People should - be careful bo*
'they treat other folks progeny. It would
have been well for John J. Mcßarvey If he had
noun yesterdsy . . In that case he would
not have shoved the youthful scion of the
Breams:non taco &gains: is post with mach
violence ns-lo Imtlet a serious wound upon
the yolith's cur. Nei f ther . would he have be
n
came an object o Interest to Alderma
Taylor's police such as be Is now.
Trtudee ..le.—Du our first page Mn.l O. S.
Darker. trustee, ofbirs fpr sale some very vat
; stable land. situate in the borough of Dearer
. Palls and Patterson township, Hearer
7 ebunty. This property is Co desirable that
speculators should at once climatic lt, and be
prepared to bid on day of sate. The . .deserip- -
, Don is fully given In the advertisement. The
opportunity is certainly a rare one for a good
investment I f
Caned our report lof the - fire of
'Wednesday evening. among pie Allegheny
tanneries. our trees made us any the amount
lost by tho Cacti insurance Conurany was_
POD whereas It WWI .writtenotvectiT PAD ,
Toe Cash load is her losses so
promptly. and seerns delle red to pay them
that if the loss had renilr been as LIM at
first reported IL would ouly have given the of
' ' Doers additional satisfaction to *bow their
readiness to adjust and lay It. -
MIS the
meatsarc
lieji os t.—hiane lieniite 'tire very for
• \ fretful u: their promises.
.1S rectal° state
',Her read itroul?ri'v‘:gs.cee(i'v'e':llnte q f oti h n i ; = S i
tI
Lug .` dru Viers, u to procure tIcV,`",T;
.1 them on the steel: train bunad east-ward. Ile
didn't procure thetichets; neither did he re
!=hu'iirtiPeo. i t ; v e A s tl i gte tteKraVer has
an d as a n n
Important kireliusluary tins issued a warrant
afor'Autatts arrest for Inreeny ns
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Ezra tionit.—During the thunder stall° of
- N t • Y inel-:brs4indill.n.t •
l ,, eft,son township, Shis
c •sv tr I; • s r , g
deesorrci are. 11,1. 1g b.1 1 , co : a atrA ir n l i;
. crop of wheat. 1.. y. e Sc.. together with
1:4, wagons and several fano iroolententst
KuPpetilriPlOM fa
tend &WO with. n I r.
ances"-Wet.-Instierstend sane rue 00.41.=
• .1 fi~
;4 esjttt Thlrlllg the inst.
tqler couar. l'a
HI —The bill In eilidlY !Mt%
The
.ontynn
and
•- Jolla r!Leeeg;,,,..l7 7 G,g. the City
14' • be 1 ""` - m collecting tax lar '} r ,..ce et
6'1711:711;e last
BPPP'rnatment in the Die
ed. o,l_ chine op. for arrii rkpgeck
won%pen._
.d.y., n Th i ,„Lp aarr f;l:int, and be t ;onn he i ßS: a e n 'a.
by Mr. liar
ilaeif
• to_ tile, ill
the egal ity
followed i f s?a r s t h et it r ltled by
r in which It KY luuud•
V.'' , the o 4 - Ug e : n & t irt then.tir ti t t ir
' C rolk P %:) . l . it r ie l in e r ,r e : es and "w .T.TIy . day
11. ` L -78 ;sina *gel be rendered at
Deudble' r . • . •
MORE OF IT.
The utorm Cautioned—Farthe Da r
ma Devastation—
Another Chapter of ges. •
The dark storm claids which Tor the put.
week have hung so imrtentiously over our
city. seem not set to have exhausted - the
spirit t
wa
of desttion with whit.W thetheir ad
rain.
at
vent
grs . s m ruc arked. liesterday
wing.:thudaer and lightning prograa‘me was
repeated at intervals until evening. when
the atmosphere became very cool. and.
In cumparmon with tne previous Intense heat.
very eshlliarating. The record .01 clannigeS
M the lightning was continued. although the
result was not so fearful as on the previous
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dor. •
About two o'clock the Entunel . works. River
avenue. Allegheny. above .the' upper.bridge.
who struck. The bolt knocked offm corner of
the tall chimney . , ran down through the roof,
letting Ore to t6e niftersould disappearing in
cloud of smoke. Mr. Merles P. Duff, Of lois
city, with two ether gentlemen , all interested
in the works, were sitting in the office at the
time, and were stunned for a few moments.
Recovering. they perceived the roof sthoking.
Happily the establishment is provided with a
double line of hose, and the worktnen.with
these , forßhly extinguished the 031.13C5, with
M. U
T J
The barn of ohn Kemal. Esq., located In
Pluni township: Was struck also nhout. half
'milt Awn. Tee building with ito- contents
cuosirting of hay and grain. woe entirely con
sumed: involving a loss of MOW. Mr.Ser
roe is a resident of this city, and was par
tinily Insured. '
The lightning descended upon a frame I
house on Veto. street.. Second ward. Alle
gheny, tearingind a considerable 11011.100 of
the root but fortunntele injuring no person.
The residence of Mr.Villintii Tate. Jr.. cor
ner of Bennett street and North avenue. Alio
ghee'', was struck and a bole burned In the
roof. No other dnmage.
The Ellsworth engine -house, Eighth ward,
Allcgbenr. also suffered, n lot of the shingles
being torn tiff the roof.
Kellar and Hart3e'll foundry. In the Eighth
ward. received a bolt, nod the- building was
slightlf dittnnged.
Stephens and Schmidt's brewery 'on Ohio
street, nen: Pine street, had a chimney de
molished and some shingles torn from the
could limn this composed all
n worth noticing.
HABEA S .CORP-US.
So f.tr .s
thi.
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Alleged Abduction of 4:6ll.l—The Moen , An
the' Case--The Writ IThuntosed.
A. hearing took place 10 the .Itharlct C.Sort
yesterday morning, Judge . Kirkpatrick on tin
beach, In no application for ri writ of Solon
corpus, made by Bernard Manna, of Blairsville
Intliana„county, forlbe recovery of the cus s
tidf of hisdaughter, Mary Ann Bantu, agkd
sixteen yearit,ailleged to ho In the castedy!bc
Mrs.J.T. B. Smith, residing at No. l 6 Penn are
mie. The petitioner net forth In his petition
that 'liana threeo
t years diode his daughter send
abducted from his house at Blairsville, :out
brought- Pittsburgh. since which time until
within it tow weeks he had heard nothing from
her, although he had made active search_ Ile
further alleged that he had ascertained she
was lathe custody of hies. Smith, thearesoon
dent. and that when be went to the house of.
the latter, and demanded the custody of his
daughter, be had been refused. Mr. M'Kenna,
ttorney for the father.. alleged that Mrs.
Smith had undertaken to raise the girl, and
lad full control over her.
Col. Glenn, who apputrect for the , respond
objectml to the petition on the ;frosted
.hat It did not set forth that the girl was
restrained of her liberty. lie also
henwer of the respondent to -the
u whic ns h-she stated that the - girl came
house on the third of April last, and
non her mord she was received into
tally to work for her clothing and
t cnotoing. She further salt the girl had gone
way when the father appeared and destine,
'her advice had refused to sec him. That'she
had left the brme, and that she wan unable
to discover her whereabouts. • 4. ,10 ,
Mr. McKenna contended that the a
was evasive, and he called Mn. Coll, whoj 1"...
tilled that the girl had been living with
Smith since 2 pril last, and had appitrently
been treated as one of the family.- She Was
la Mrs: Smith's house shortly after.the lattice
bud been.there and had seen Mrs..?. watching
the girl departing from the house. •
Mm. Smith was called to the stand and teS
tilled substantially as set forth lathe petition. -
She further 'stated that the girl told her sbe
.knew her father would i a coet
and that was the reasonp lace
why her
she n
would nv a nt
see' Mtn.
The proceedings were dismissed at the cost
" :he petitioner.
CUT HIS THROAT
Melo:ras end Insanity—tied Terminerlin o
• k ,
'Vesterdaymorninga life was truinated i
Allegheny. undge the most sad and paten
circumstances. rm.' some Mite past Mr. Thus
ltolAnon, who resided at No. 24: Chartier.
street. Fifth ward. lead been HI. but wns no
;.,
thou ht to be le danger. lie woo able togs
alum during the da4 .1d the house. bi NV:I
still der medical tnestment. At tim s lit
of de ression would come upon him. when h.
Won! manifest symtoms of mental aberration
Ttmeattacks, however, did not continue long
•Allli for that reason were not looked upon a •
.. .
sorting:et very minas. .• ,
Wednesday morning he seemed pretty iv
and,botiyant, bat tiering the aftern evi d en tl y
the melancholy fits came upon him,
in greater force than any previous attack
About Ave o'clock his wife left him alone is
[hempen while she went out to prepare sup;
yer, She was gone Init a few minutes when a
noise in his' room attracted her attention.
rime going in she discovered her husband ly
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ing upon the floor. sprinkled w lb blood and
with a razor clinched in his 0 d. Closer ex-I
andantino tesealed a deep h extendlim
from the right ear to the so dpipe. He was
err faint andoveak from the. loss of blood.
Assledanoe v was called in. and HY ..1. ff.
Grottard summoned.J The ~taationt by thin
time was easily managed but tn ,, flow 01
bleod was out completely stunned until aboun d
seven o'clock—two boars after the cut. The
victim lingered during the night and until ,
yesterday morning at eve o'clock when death
Put an end to the scene.
Robinson , ' was a machlnist by occopatio
and; was always a sober. industrious Mau
He Was about thirty-dve years of ad.. ao
[caveats wife and severalchildren. The egad
was one of the most distressing and sorrow .
ful we have been called upon to record forgo,
longtime. .
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ZelE• Popular Encyclopedia
C.atinues to come regularly. and we can del et
no • depreciation In its value as Ito growf ,
larger and older. There are errors In it,
ourse.- but we may believe these are to be
found in every other book of reference. A
work embracing so vast a held must fleets'.
Sarilly.howeverlearned and competent its comt
pliers, contain some mistakes: but this oak
nlthough apparently , more than half way
through and already far down in the W.—to
Mensuration. Sr. think—has proven unusually
correct, and we feel very mach like concrete -
Wing ourselves for possessing. and Mr. Zell
for producing, so Excellent a work. As we
have already stated. the first volume is al- -
ready completed and the publishers have for
sale various styles of binding suitable for it.
It make. a very handsome hook, but we ten
tore to doubt it the shot work can be com
leted in two such iolames. We think that a
third-will be necessary. and of coarse the
regular mebscribers be greatly the gain
ers thereby:
IMEIN
Martin Garvey has been insulted—serlously II
.
insulted- The offender was Mrs. Welsh, PrO
pfietress 'of the Red Onio n' ' Hotel. Better
street,. Lawrenceville. Mrs. Welsh and Mar::
tin were once good friends; many altlmahun
'artin tipped while pensively seated in the
Red Onion bar. But the Red Onion barknows
Lim not knoW. , Between he and Mrs. Welsh
a coolness has sprung up; Mrs. Welsh hates
him now. Yesterday she manifested It by
following him through the street culling him
vile names. espressl i np . an earnest desire that
he Should...stand up c a man" and fight her.
and characterizing e maternal .parent .ag a
fetdafe of unenvinble repastion,—all of Which'
Maftin considered very Insulting. As he rela
ted the story of his grievances to Deputy May
or Nicholls the fountains of magisterial sym
pathy were opened up. Mrs. Welsh was or.
rested and fined $a which she cheerfully paid
and departed, OW breathigg vengeance
against the object of her wrath. , :1
Ms-Meat—Narrow Esespe. I• ,
Georgians Ifuldey. aged eight years. daligh
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ter of Gee. W. nobler. f.sq.• era..amusing iter ,
self on Tuesday evening. by swinging do the
door of the hay loft of her father's stable, ,In
the rear of his residence on Uncoil . % ACCOUV.
Allegheny. She held to the door hr lone hand.
and swayed It to and fro for pastime, . wrier,
middenir losing her hold, she fell;twelie; to
fourteen feet tothe ground ,beinlv,iber Mani
striking upon a 'cobble stonel She was {Milled
up by her brother. who win present, and car
ried, apparently dead. into the house; the
was one of violent concussion of the brain.
rendering the child unconscious.. In which
State she continued for twelve hours. When
happily her senses returned. She bed no
knowledge of the occurrence or Incident* of
the modier, which came i, near proving
fatal: She Is • lovely child, and we felicitate
her percale upon her complete recovery from
such extreme peril.
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Pretend Pleamiairtmi
,
Chas. Haney and John Haney are brothers.
There exist between s betwn sham a peculiar brother
ly feeling.' Each firinsplred with It to desire
the demolition of the other. Yesterday, they
met Ina magistrate's Mace: John became
exceedloglY rampageous. He flourished a
dirk knife, bbasted of the posilesidow or, seri
eral revolverv, and Vivre-sued most frantic
desire to remove the Innermost lining of the
abdominal cavity of •his relative. Charles
looked not with pleasure upoheldn the' wouldbei
surgeon's design. Four teen the gentle
.reatlemmi with the knife ,he mauled
down. Then he was held for a bearing en oh ,
Information for surety, of the peace by Alder
man Kalil/.
ethos re meg
Another *baiting affray oceere;id 0 0 10
Solent Side yesterday. hot fortunately the fel;
to* who shot was not s "crack shot". and
telmted his mark. A iiarber. thesiorygoes.
hted a slight difficulty `with his father-in-latr
which difficulty terminated in a light, and
after the first mead the barber. after t be man
ner of warfare adopted' On that side orthe
dyer, resorted to his revolver and fired one
Ant at his aged Inman. who, to prevent Ids
daughter's hushand from committing homi
ide; Dent s hasty retreat and lett the battier
In possession of the held: The matter , was so
slight that It was not taken into comilderatioc
hr the legal mittiosities. al thob Progle.,!y,
.
Ideesse.--ltusoectur Robt: lief; y
Made information before Commissioner Ga -
ble yesterday. chargLug C.II. Wateoncin h
Street with manuf Suturing And e
packages without having paid the neeesm
Governmeuktaz. Sib). The accused wait -
rested land held la V. 5.00 .10 1/ for. trim, at th
nest term of the Matted States Courts. to
formation was also made by Mr. MoCresdy\
.charging a-wholcsale drug arm. oh .. Penn
street nittrielllnglionor at, wholesale with-.
.out the reauired Governmimt=licenite: 'The
accused gave boil for trial at the nest term of
the United Mize Court.
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Thle morning, about two - o'clock, an_alarm
seas gonad from box 73. corner of Matlerand
.FoKy-eightti streets. bat owing-to ,tite dis
tance. and the lateness of the hour,' no {Artie
elate could be ascends*
PITTSBURGH D ILY GAZETTE : FRIDAY
COAL SHIPMENTS
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The Rise la 'the. Ithers—rshlppelli for Ports
• .ttelow.
The recent rains have had .the effect of Vitt
ring our rivers into navigable order. and there
Is
' Ity ' among shippers. The
i bus= i rin u rn ' le ti the coal - dealers. who have
been befiog up the "black diamondsr In boats.
barges, and oihr Craft, for some time. Yes
terditY the shipments began, but only a Por
tion of tllat ready has yet been started. :Up
• to latest liecountsZthe amount shipped was as
follows
cm:lst:sm. '
Coullssits.
11.011 , 1 n.
1:10.00U
100,000
10.000
103.000
)16,0M
, 77.000
tiol,nuo
16 r.m,oun
In 120.4 , 0
100,u1.1
. 0, tin.uoo
to 120,00
11 70.000
1103.0 i
I v.OO
we
ell%
idler
Niagara
Arro
Tigers
(Tipper.. (Tipper
Fearles% . •
Diamond....
Leopard
Tigress N 0.2.
Sampson No. ig
Resolute ...
Blue Ledge .
WI-L.ll I
• 1
120.000
SSAIO
ml loots
12.1,01 k 20.00,1
110.1“)
1011.010
48,101
150.0011 -
soAny
tio,ooo
' Immo
1 mini
Tom Rees .
'V. NN thou
c"
12
Panther.....
Fred P neon.
Ureybound
Mc11.30
I ouvr‘lll
UNPROFITABLE PATIENT.
•Zfffir:
Valuable. Lot
r
Jr...ley ellolrn- The Guilty
Depredator le tereestrel and the. Good*
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About a week etuce a woman entered the
°lra, of Dr. Nicholson, corner of Beayer street
and Benton alley, second ward, Allegheny,
.and asked for medicine for n sick calld. The
physician, in Prionring it. had occasion to
leave the room a moment. When he returned
woman had mysteriously dlsappenreCand
ith her about. s&d worth or his onnnerty.
coa,isung pi a gold watch valued at n
Ai: nand oreastpin worth WO, and a set of
shirt eltude worth * 1 23. These had been lying
anon he table in the room. Nothinglons
beard of the property or the thief until Vid- .
•neoday night at a late hour. when Josephine
Bassett. well known to the ponce, was arrest
ed for disorderly conduct and locked - Mi. Sul.-
sequently she confessed to the theft, and gave
'lnformation which led to the recovery at all
-. taa stolen goods yesterday. .to iniermatiun
was °lade against her. Last nights
she bad h
hearing before Mayor Callow, and In default
Cl WO) bail WWI committed for trial..
! - . : • • .
Iten are pleased to note tlutt George It.
Corhntn. Est.. who has been absthit during
the past two weeks on a pleasure excursion.
returned hotne last. eveninf ntuelt luntroved
Lit health. and is note, prepdre.L to attend to
hit usual bu :these.
Itry. Joni: A. G men. pastor of Christ 31. I::
Chum:l e ts rusticating at Fayette Springs.
Mu_ W. 11. Boon's. the well known mana
ger of the Keystone 'Skating Etch. has been
tendered a rnd complimenta hop. erhich
ill come ofg a
fat the Rink to-night .
17.oricm.U.O. Jour: 7dattrsC.CT, of the Sev
enth-ward, l'hlladelPtilt. ond Hoe. Ely Lee, of
the MUM place. were la our city yesterday.
attending the-quarterly session of the prand
Division Sons of Temperance. ..
,
We are glad to note the convalescnnoc of .
(tad. Ito Of the Night Police Force!, ,Al
though not entirely well he Is sufficientlyre
stored to occupy his arvinopi• position at the
tombs. . .
TENtiCSAIC II:I.Art.IN was at the St. Charles
this treekl She'catue hither to . reeve. for her
new paper.
Ma. Joni Sevben, telitpular host of the
Summit House, above rmootoxn. is making
his favorite resort one of the most attractive
in the State.
liAltltlr lizzi- a very. (sever. genial young
Pittsburgher, to the courteous clerk ofr.e Get
-1 dYstdtrg Springs IloteL
I
310 N. JOHN Pore HOXI.Nt.TT's lecture. at
1 Lanyette hail. on lriatt colonization Knit the
admiral and agricultural resources of Dakota.
has been postponed until Saturday. evening.
Th e re should be adarge attendance. especialiy
II
to the port of our fetch ettiCeu, .-.
The In. • •
The foil... Wing is the mod corrert list vof in_
sunincv on the property destrored hr' lire on
WedrosMay evening iil AllezhcoY '
James Callery . . . • • . tll - .:ssi
Pittsburgh Tanning Cutup:my.. , I:t.:s.)
Peter (iillins . 1. - Pla
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This is divided among the Nilo% tag cOut
' V * .eco ' irs ' 'int. .. ............... ...- --. . .$llOO
.
Albany Lit) - •,...• .• •
I
PC,lples'. of Pittsburgh 5-101
2000
Norsgles misett- y . . d
... ... . . ..... .. , 'ISO
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Peop ..o f'A weeder._... ... . . 1J.7 „,
Buffalo Lity
Surprise, of dirainnati .... ... ...... 2.50 , 1
. terprise, of Pittsburgh
law are Mutual
I Continental
1.00
1.230
1.0:0
The remainder is divided In foreign cow
pautes.lthe names of which could a n t' he ,as
certahred.
Stoire
A fgis . daysi since officer Hook, discovered - a
man at thif cow market with a valuable set of
single harness which he was trying to dispose
of at very low figure, The officer thinking
the harness were stolen arrested the man and
took both him and the harness to the Maybr's
•f Mice. As there were no evidence that the
harness had been stolen the man who proved
to . be Charles Blakely. was discharged and the
harness retained. Yesterday morningskfr-
W..W. Patrick who resides .nt No. 131, Center
avenue., called at the, Mayor's office and
stated that *set of harness a fly net and a
plumb robe all s tab at about k 75 had been
stolen from his le recently. Ile examined
the harness lathe Marne'. office and identi
fied them, and made information charging
Blßlakely with the larceny. warruit woo
ake for his arrest.
Debtor runirbed
Debtors generally have n bard time of it in
the world. Luke Martin Is no exception to
the :rule— By frequent visits and numerous
notations in the Sixteenth Wool !louse be be
come indebted traklurrLi Sobel. Since then he
be
hoe enjoyed bin Shire of misery. Yesterday
the feelings Of Martin culminated In a com
bined attuclOpon his creditor—whose face,
bend, optics i rese, and other pitrts of his body"
attack Ve i t: i " s p t a i tTenTl t m o t t tlrs rireVrh o e f l re:
of being made in modern .101, rn prevent a
reenrretice of tbe unpleasrmt scene, he has ba
r amed proceedings before Deputy MayOr
~ Nicbols against Morris. who Will be arrested
os soon as possiblte!..
•
`. • i SIMMIty.
,The Ttient.loll of discharged soldiers en
titled to either bounty or pension is called to
the card of B. F. !frown. F.swin another hot,
um*. IMr.litrown tots been etriged as a claim
.mrent for itnombeS of years. and tint's been
eminently sneeessful.' Ifaringu personal ac.
qualutance with Mr.tfrosen. we Can without
Itesltanuy recommend him to all who have
claims hplitlit the Clovirninent as an honest
and experienced agent. °Mee nu the second
floor of the o.t.Zrrft; building, Corner of Sixth
tveune and Smithfield street. , Entrance. on
the . nrcolle. •
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IMEIM
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Yesterday John Fritultoltz Woe brought be
.
fore Deputy 3fayorNlcltola on n t!rivlal charge.
While the matter was beleginveitlgated, John.
, , ,
Immune pugilistic, and made . divers fierce
threats itemised thenfacial. He coucluded by
reauesting the Deputy Mayor to retire copes
illtiously to-a country where he'd have need
of his thinnest dothing. The seine rettiark
wns nlio made with eua Irwin, wile out
one im-appled John and laid him out
gently on-the" pavement. Subseuuently be.
was Ilned'Ave dollars fortis brief pugilistic'
l' display. , , ,
Rerer'erleg.
Michael Murphy,,t.he man who Was shot by
iciseph Aldridge In Illradngham lasWedoes
‘l,l; evening, an recOunt of which we puV
yesterday., is improving. and the at
,
tending physicians entertain hopes of his
recovery. Aldridge tins not yet been +WM- .
headed. Information has been made against
\him for felonious assault and battery'. and
although It is quite probable that be Is .still
' In Illrmingham, Ills precise *hereabouts are
put known, end there seems to be but little
ErOrt made to and him.
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leviolea the Ihnetell.—Tberesa Poobtel like '
.utiful daughter objects to the invasion of
b r' home, :and tb6 b -tiruc.Of her aged ma - -
teal relative. During bee absence yester
de morning such was the case. Two young
till . Thomas Dradford and Jacob Melt, Alba
sat a entered the noose and cruelly beat. sick=
1
rd ad cuffed her mother,an old lady. with
out . fly airperent mud The injured woman
Mrs Catharine Diets, resided in the Third
tea, Allegheny, Merman Taylor has
isenOst a warrant for the attest of the mural.'
ta!lt=
. ' latent . abont one
.
M ork.
--I'."'"l''Litetirinfght police nr
d'elock. ne of the Al _
rested Richard Kopp, w ho woo amusing him
self lit the , AnajberlY Market . Manse by axing
i ofr a revolver. Richard was intoxicatedd.
tinhard was accommodated with a cell In the
ock-up. lie was not sober In time for the
1 ioruises levee.. In the afternoon he devel
.Ued delirium tremens. Dr. Thorn was called
bland rendered him medical attention. Last
evening be AVM Piling In a fearful manner.
To day If he I/ not better be will have lobe
removed to the liosuital. .
._ •
°Miners.- -We are patted to annonoce.the
dcethosrter n lingering Moms. of our Well
known and higtds respected fellow citlrect
Washington McClintock. Esq.. which foot
piece yesterday afternoon at Ore O'clock.
ale deceased was widely known sr I burd•
nose mot lattrese parts. and her eastalnett a
very high repaintlon for honor, helmet,' mal
fair deWleg. , He MEP en naive christinn, and
bas left behind a bright record of good deed'
performed. His funeral will take place to
morrow afternoon at three o'clock. •',
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The residence of Mr. Jame,. Ilaater. Bearer
r fifil'te.°Y_fiwe asep=ir.b?*.thtlx,
the
boos
but were frightened off before they
bad enured anything but a mall .amount of
fractional CIIII2IIC. It Is *apposed they en
tered three:th tile front doo,y ‘ -whleb ens left
unlocked. • • s•-•,•-•-•
GENERAITIEL.
I)Futru Las en Odd Fellows' lodge,
MINNEAMILIS is building gas works.
VAN rrl, is re viving the NVe,4,
KiitisAs . Mrs 1,500 more men titan
PorrEn of New York in at
carport.
Tact dollar. tier ton is the price of ice
Thronto.
tilt...FE; the renowued Hannan nee
dead. •
THE WOMEN of Peoria have deciaro
gainst suffrage.
PnOrEsson liccnv of the Smithsonian,
nUtitute io.ht LnCAME
THE Prince of Wales le to delight India
by his presence Su 1871.
has been doing much dam.
age in Maine this season.
Ei.va C. S. Senators are to write
ithw for the New York Ledytr. •
I•:t,tvES Doctors of Divinity supply ti
), I)., department at Hartford:
Bosoms . dreads a scarcity of water, as
t chiltnate has gotten very low.
TIIE Boston Post st4rgesta that the war
t SOMAS he'earried on with the needle,
A VVNISY exchange -lays that the petrcu
tin Inep are great bores. hut they glean
. I.
Itumitt says Briirneli the one popular
:nor limo married- fist Isabella
A NVlscoxsti: hen is said 4to have paid
tee respects to the weather) by laying - a
iard.boiled egg.
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Mu. EDWAtin bALlie is now editor of
the Obsesses, he fortmdly had charge of
the London Sears.
WilitAN in Philadelphia was recently
indicted .no it common scold anti plead
guilty ' when brought to trial.
/Tim Past published in Bhosten, the Ub
of the Ilunlverw. still Spells Pittsburgh
without the legal terminal IL A
Mt,s EDNILUNI , AuNIANCEII hes . takety
out a United States Wain, as an insurance
agent in East Saginaw, Mich. -
•A sqIi:VXKITCG.III.O .E
in the elegant'
reference made by one of New York's Sig.!
nifted journals to Mlle Nillsen. •
.• GEN. SIiEnNIAN, Niajor Gen. Hancock
and Governor Marshall are to go shooting
prairie chickens in Minnesota in a short
time.
Tug. temperature of Key West, nhnost
the extreme .101,1111 , 0111 t of the United
Statos. Inta averaged tith degrera this hot
weather.
LADY FRANIMIN didlnot find Sir John
in Cincinnati, but she was furnished ;With
jawiti enough of another Sort by her
interviewers.
TIIE latent cure for Sca-nickno,s it to
spend the whole thin. of the'yOyage in a
string. Tali= hi supposed to Ito quite act
cooling to Ilahmunn..
Cincinnati on Monday, Mr. Solomon
Blume was stricken by the snit and- seem
ed to recover. but on Tuesday night he
Mew. his brainfn out with it pistol.
Tor tan be quite-nicely buried - in •New.
'York for t:2O. for which. you can be sup
plied with a hearse, a, carriage and a styl
ish coffin, as neat as any body need wish.
As 'exchange thinks the Prince of
Wales' is to be sent to luditenext year. in
a sort of forlorn hope that the counties's
missiomtrica there might Ire able to it ll~i.
prove'his morals.
MisSEaeOLIS has a female rower eel o
challenges the crack oarsman of that'
to row for the championship. the•beid.
three in face. Miss McAlice. should look
out for -her laurels.
A CIA' so married lady in Brooklin,
receiyed ass wedding present a fan'
made in Paris, at a cost of 4...!,:i00 in gold.
It is of 'tortoise shell Ilititilded with tiny
solitaire diamonds. ' I
Tine; bloody dikentery it the wane of a
- fatal epidemic prevailing in Osalpee,
11. At last accounts; nieveuteen persons
had been attacked and thirteen of them
were tan adv deuehs
S.I.AntS RQBINS.ON, a prominent and
respected dry goods dealer nit Lowell.
Mass din d on Monday from tlintiellectit of
cos o w ,; application of a rator tin his jug
tulnr titin on Monday.
Tit F:,..,-. a wan living iu l'ittidiurg.
whit has not heard it thunder ilk siiiii•,
titer, another hen not seen any light Mg;
'Me rest of its have, however, had en, ugh
of both to sullive for us all. , ,
he.fitd.E.:v 13. FEllt:1:,oN st.ys tl at'a
women who an excel in (maim; is pint
as noble as one who edits a 'newspaper.
or the woman who _may eventually tiger
our Congrew or Legislature.
Tng &talon Journal of Chemistry nays_
that th e one hundred grains of metalic
iron found in blood of a healthy mirth
would be ',efficient to make a good' sized
penknife blade but no useful implement
of a larger size.
A.:: insane Scotchmau succeeded in
creating quite a sensation ou the cars oft
I the Rensselaer and Saratoga Railroad
last week, by tearing out his beard and
scattering It about the stow. Ile - bad
only been in the titulary a few days.
t'
vrtzEti., of Nei,. York need complain
no ]
longer of the monotony of the terrine ,
ation of their existence, for since the hot
-weather sot In a large number of them !
Lave !succeeded in gettinrsun ',truck be
fore their turn. had mine to be - munlert.L.
AT Kingston, Canada. u dry goods clerk
was recently accommodated with the loan 1
of a revolver 'to blew marlin brains with, 1
In ender to spite a lady who haul rejected '
hint end married "mother. De s ober sec
ond thought-he ooldthe revolver`and g!!!
'TRE Alaskans It seems are In the• habit . ]
of untithnthuman] 'sacrifices. and it is be- 1
Roved that such:custom must he stopped,
although they will probably • protest
ngaltist any', interference, oral .claim the 1
p ro t e ction of the Constitution for their ]
religious freedom. ] . • ]
Tug inserts know this is causes year i
and'ate thronging all over the country to
tenke nsgrmde shout as possible in the'
returns. There are at least a hundred ]
flies for every inhabitant of Pittsburgh
and a million or so that ere .unattached 1
nest circulate nroend pmed.cuounly.
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ATTIEILINE lic i t, a delicate girl
function yearn of age wan 'no cruelly
'beaten' with a whip by her drunken father
in Brooklyn on Monday that she dleti on'
!Tuesday. The brutal halter who is quite
en old man how, it seems,been In fle habit
of shainefelly maltreating his child. Ile
ix now in jail..
] . „
• "sow diet the she's rays are of 1 0- I
ermined power:]' coolly remarks an editor
out Went, "a large amount of enjoyment
May be obtained by juveniles by throwing
the reflection thereof time a mirror or a
piece of tin into people'. eyes. %\:hen
rightly teenaged thin is a source of tench
°innocent pleasure." ' -
,_,, I ,
!"E - 7•.,.•Titv. Pltiladelpltia Lcilg'er stains that
the bridge overate Pennypack,at Ifni:nen.
berg. Philadelphia, It in said, is ontf the
oldest in this State, having beet built
during the yearn 17117-13. The bridge Is
still lu admirable order, and ,will last for]
yearn to come. 'Flit' oldest grist mill in
the State in also to be found at Helmets
burg. • s ° 1
' ligoutat C. lIATIIA WAY', a prominent
railroad wan,' and for many yearn con
-1 nected with the Minnesota Central; died
it Minneapolis en the :fild. 'Mr. Hathaway
I wits for sonic tithe' connected with the
] Pitteburgh, Ft, Wayne .•& Chicago Rail
way, and was widely knoivn and enteemed
fix this city. • His family have (mit/arm ]
eat ... •
] Os •TuestlV teeming; in Philadelphia.,
John Dallaghtwand hie wife wercl: fond'
i l dead in 'Hicki bolt f fAS' there itetei no
r, : nittrks of violence and the man wad known
1 to ] drink, and a mall kettle partly filled
whit whiskey was found 'talon the floor,
the jury rendered . verdict of death from
1 intemperance for the man; and death front
the extreme heat for the Wainer,. 'j • '
,
lsn.til, Queen of the Delaware tribe of
°lndian., was the wife of tinceoln, present
Ring of that Mee pol . prfal nation:, They
' lived at Williamsbridge, N. T., and •wl en
tho-King_ ordered the Queen to was a
' linen cost; belonging to 'a young: 'ln ] •
' living In the Loyal pitlact,'ltor inejenty
] allguantly reftined and went and hung It -
I self In the attic. The coroner held an I -
quest on the royal corpse next dui: -
, . .
1 • A CALIFORNIA paper adis: All wh
have attempted to swim in liar ,}raters o
Lake Tahoe runlet. hair been - startled - at
ciheir •stmnott lack of buoyancy., tiood
swimmers launch - forth into the lake with
] tint utmost .edafldenee in their skill, and
' at once find themselves floundering, and
i ,
only able to keep afloat by the nit* atten
tions exertion',. Tne liedies of 'Nona
drowned in the lake are never see 'after
they have eon" sunk. Of the fit white
ppersons drowned in the lake, not single
body Ilan ever been rerovered er ev r twee. ]
Pine logs !float in the lake but a very ,
short time, then sink' never again 1 arise.'
In . places fir down thnitigh the 'eryntiill
fluid are to lie seen resting upon': th,\ bet.'
tout great' tinentlfies' 'of Islabie,'lugetid
en
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PENN9YLVAPiIA.
INDIANA is raining a company of nitli
'rnEnn are six colored preachers in :Niont.
ANtuEttEuu!to has about. 7,590 intlabi
an a. • • , .
Clusuir..anumiu has ir public bath',',
bonne in two Compartments, one for men i
and the other for women.
A link in Washington county won't
take& newspaper because it would Wean
his attention from his Bible.
Tim Greenville A egos nape Mr. A. .1:
Troxel h it struck oil at Mecca. Ilia well
now viel about two barrels per day, for
illicit he Wilily gets *2d per barrel.
Nt:w I tiiTLE .Is to have a new bide
written epublican paper. It in to bo
ailed the Lawrence Guardian, and is to
ippear on or about the let of August. .
.ON the 2ill, in Marion, Indiana county,
the renidinice of Wm. Richard/win was
burnt. As the owner is old and poor and
lin no insurance, the neighbors are tak
ing up ii collection for his relief. \ .
MIL low: O'lLiiilk's dwelling, opringi
lions. , and bee hives, in Grant township,
Indiana coutity,woro destroyed by fire on
the 22d. The bee house seas said to be
the bent in the, county. Loss about
' AN en-ph - mien of fire fifth'', ofettrreti !in seta
the Diamond ruinen, near Wilkes-Barje, sweet
on Tuesday, John McKonitn and Henry • _pal
Milligan were killed. The latter had just i`;,li
recovered firm injuries ho • received by a r un
ear.FUtining over himaimpri time ago. -: reran
i,lo p.
A MAN. Raja till'-a k.
Mercer Prro . . whose ,
name we did rug learn, whit fatally injured m ow ,
ii F riday last, at Shaw's naill In Pine town- 3 ,,,,'"
nltip. Ile wan attending itpuzz fit s., which
in some way threw a pitioeof timber that
strati: hint on GM breast and abdomen,
canning death Mahout nine bourn:
Two brkhers by the name of Gallagher
took in boat out into the Lehigh at Allen
town, on T mriulay afternoon, and when
near the Eat Penn. Junction commenced
reeking the boat, as bays often do, when
unfortunately•the younger one, Patrick,
aged about sever( years, wan thrown --.
anti di-Owned.
Tux JOUNKTC;#,N•corrempondent or the
Ebensburg AllegNosiona rays : • The brick
work - upon the new Woolen factory at
Woodenle it being pusited.forward rapid
ly Inc .the large...forcee! of hands employed
thereon. 'Thiel wonkier building is three
hundred and live feet in length, and
about sixty feet wide, and will be three
stories in loight. To the rear of the
main buildin ^ • a dye . house, &e.; will - be
eret;ted • onehondred and title feet in
length by about thirty' feet wide. This
will be•one (if the largrt factories in the
roiled Stakes
•
Tanta: then have been 'arrested to Al
toona charged with being the perpetra
tors of the frequent acts of MciTidinristu
wiiich have that little city so much
unenviable notoriety 'The men are A. J.
Eoyaer. tieorge T. Morrow anti Win. 31r :
.laughlin. -They art all respectably con:
nected McLaughlin is a mere lad of
eighteen; Keyser keeps a bmit!anti shoe
store, and Morrow has been an engineer
on the Pennsylvania Railroad. The (fit
. deuce against the latter is concluslie if
the witnesses' oaths may be. believed.
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'VALLEY.
it i tsburgl. Gazette.]
l arroti, ill ly 2.tt, Itf7o.
'I have just retu ned Wow a short visit
~ Enon Valley, nil trill, for. the benefit
of vour'reatfers. 'lee a briet.deseriptigm
Correvondence Pit
N thud,.
of the place.
It in located on the Pittsburgh, Fen
WayneA China"; Railway.about 45 miles
from Piffshurgh and about a mile from
the Ohio State line. being on the Penn
, sylvania side, partly in !leaver county and
•
~ partly in Lawrence. It in Ili sidles 'from
Illelver town, the county seat of • heaver.:
and 12 miler 'front New Castle, the count.',
• - •
I ' „
1,
seat s of a Lawrence.
.It huts some i rnminencs a railway
station. The ret Ir 010.10 fn} this dints-'
ion are located. ere, 8114 , V . trains atop l
for water and e. aminatiot, The water ,
in supplied in ab Willn.7l! front a spring
on . the hillside in le edge of the village.
1
•It is not an invorp, cited - 'borough. The
popolation of
_the v Ilage,l! about 200. -
'lllll, alt. three veil ty stores, one cloth
ing. one shoe.store, besides several shoe.
shops, a stealn nOming mill. one carriage
mannfactorvl one distinerv.three licensed
taverns, and pre lager and ale shop.
There is almblle . school house in ,the
•village, an M. E:., Church jars outside,
and a Presbyterian . church about a mile
anif a half out northward. The tined
Templar: ue; at . !kirk trying to reform
the tipplers. They , are doing very well.
The Lodge is Only three months old and
has between forty and fifty members.
Titers have 'been a dozen or more
dwellings erected during the past year.
There is a etueterof houses Mast
now
Ohl :son about. a halt mile north of
ei village. I suppose It has a ptipulation
.1 front seventy-five to a hundred aouls.
Ferment about there report good 'crops.
Though there are several little marshes
in the vicinity, the health of the place - is
reported good. , . Yount !Le. • C.
it
A Letter from the Count De Par a.
• The .Iwiritfol de Pori.. publishes the 14
lowing, letter from the Count de Paris 1 to
Count de lieratry, in reference to the fate
petition of the Orleans Prinebw. ' •
. •
TWIL,106.115 11 ; July 4th. 1870:
Slut 'is-the gates of France remain
'Closed toes no before. it is 'from a' dies
Lance that I tenet express to you hoar
much I Was inered On-, reading Vont
speech of Saturday. Yoh have a cted
like an houest 511 a deputy
faithful to, his country. in • nuking
•whether there existisl one l single
Jl,rnof to justify the penalty whichlweighs
on as. You have made'the truth clear
and shown by a single , inthressiott bow
odious and contrary to the modern prin
ciples of equality and mitt/dial sovereignty
ore these measures which condemn a
whole family of citizens to the eprivile
lresY' situatton, an it has been termed
with cruel troop, of exile. 1 lnto "PH to be
able to thank you for the manner in
Which we have been defended by yon, a
member of the young generation which
hostel* in thesLibemi future of France.
and, looking forward rather
than backward, seeks in the rem
ininences of the past only expeth
ence, and.. not, ,motivei -for'. rancor,
or divislob. No barrier can separate mi.
from that party; for we share its ardent
advotedneas to the decisions of the
Tuitional will, the sole and Sovereign sr
Wier of the destinies'of France. Thu vote
which rejects out demand wqpid have
caused 05 the deepest affliction, had we
felt ourselves called on to regard it an
final, for our intention was not to provoke
a barren debate; but we believe that, in
putting before the Chamber _and France
the question as to the laws of exile, we
have hastened the advent of the
day when these laws - will
'fall be
'neath the, load of public reproba
tion. You have pleaded the copse of
right, the common right of all, for the
siuthorityito inflict exile cannot exist in
presence of universal Suffrage and the
sovereignty appertaining to it. Public'
feeling has declared in such a fashion
that thedecislem come to by the Chamber.
iu order,tei conforns' to a powerful` will.
cannot, I feel sure, be long tnalntained. I
coocluthvby.onee tiers addressing to you
the thanks of. those 'who, from afar MT,
have seen yen combat, and who have been
orsable themselves to join Su the struggle.
Accept, I beg you, the sincere regards of
your oflistionate.
LoansPifft.tie
. -
Did yOu ver bear it'rieldled that Fred,
rick{the rest, King of Prussia; was
4
-cry .fond o cherries! Well, he wan; lid
and a poniti „vreaknean that way. OPe
ay he -foga, {lie sparrows had 'beton Td
nibble away at some of his favorite fruit,
and he offered a-bounty of nit faxtbings a
Unice for all birds of the sparrow tribe.
Now, when. the King said "St-boy ,:"
it wan vinongli.!'. The ' ertir,li,trif 'did
gun wan heetd all over-Prussia, until Iliti
-modest little nos:mows were neninilated.
In lees dem two yeanstliero was BcM ely a
cherry in all Prussia, and all other fruits
lied angered in proportion. The trees were
completely overrun with caterpillars, and
completely stripped of their leaves;insecte
had increased to a most elm:mous extent,
for, other 'birds hod been frightened away
by , the crusade against the . sparrows,
The King- did not, however, admit
hat be had louden mistake; it would not
. .. ye been kingly, perhaps, but he knew
that the sparrows would Jiever rettinrof
their own :account to the end of time.
T o marrow, you know, Di; one of the
meet sedentary of the feathered tribe; be
(Mei' not like to travel, and will not do it
' to please anybody if -he can help it; but
' the King countermanded hie decree, and
,rent to work . importing - sparrows 'from
RNING, JULY
abet iterolxers. rid
munition Imd*Gun material of all kin
doted prices: at J. O. Johnston'. G
ern Gun IrOrks,llllSmithfleld street.l
lug neatly done. Guns for hire. A .
Carbines and Rex°lrers bought or
exchange. Call and see or write to
List-
U.,0,7 G. MO, Merchant Tailor,
‘Ted a lnrgeas.rtment of linen
ace., also a complete assortment
or stimmer Wear generni/Y. c° r n
venue and Sixth street,:
*wormer. Cathartic syrup is use
cases Instead of pills, caster oil, epso
&c. }flab's . finvored. Twenty-11're cm
t. • Sold by all druggists..
- -
Was .Is IT lila every OW,
Pier Mannale. & Co.'s cream ale
think it is because every one kno
it is what ituVracked up to be.-
Thanday, the 2Sith ins
C male. of consumption. WII.LIAM A.
the 2 . 4.1 year of his sue:
Funeral Tuts (Friday/ ri YuNocus. at
from the residence of.hts Mother. NO. •'
street. The friends of the. family are re
Itivitp.ttuattond.
McCLINTOCK—On ThnnaA7.
McCI.INXOCK. n
• • • ... . .
' The funeral will talte ph., on SAIP
00th Incl., et 3 r. sc. from hh , lave ms
'.. Perrysville Plankrosl. Carriage! ,
-n & Saul neural, Seventh aienue
I
era, 'lttchurghi also, Sandusky
Allr bee/. at 2r. U. • •
it-0 July '2l. et 11S Welnet.
.1 JO, Pil BOYD. Infant tutu o
A. Bo d i aged 1. year, and 20 de
rani II Mite plum from the reel
nts,lo 2293 Swell etreet,FArat •
E 4 lie] irk Vila (Friday) saint:l3n
Ty:NI N— On Weeneaday. Jul/
• o Norman end Powell& fret
take plan! front thel!l
• •
t Oakland, P.C. & St. 1.. It. U..
FrWe?) the 29th Inet.l
.MtTCIIIC Thninelse. July 2..4.1
HARM KT M . c71 7 11K. In the 09th 7.1'.f
Ilnttalntln iFriiiity) AFTERNOON lit •
fiTlltho First Nittitioillst Choral. Meisti
nut litirnitntiltatit.liostln of tho fool
tiptictfullyl44l to Attotia.
FItANCR.--Ato'clock Thursday
Zsth Inst., ANDRCAF FRANCIS.
' Funeral will take Flare !rum his late
10$ Beaver Street, Allegheny. 'Mtn
TlnaltooN at. 3 ...d.wk• •
CARBOLIC SA
need
hyelehnie,
n , eoly and•
• yet been
Henry's—lAsect To der,
For the trettenction of 110ACHY.S. 11UGS,
ANTE. Sea CRICY.. JS CIGIT9,et •
Lll. .P SE 0.11!S
Patent Medicine D pot,4
14 SMITII.FIEI. -ST.
JUST- ARRIVED.
Eade vrtl.h pure CARBOLIC ACID. and
in_llovpitals by threctton of Eminent I
in already proved Itself to he the most
oftetuAl cure for all Malignant Sores a
and for llama. Cult. Wounds. and all St
no equal as a Heald Curative Agent h.
discovered. PRICE. Ea CENTS.
A;l?ther LOt ihusa
Plathd. Brad
4T $3 PER
Mrs. S. C. ROBB'
No. 91 Federal St.. Alleghen
MII.I.INERV GOODS .r. 4 THIMMINUS wlll Db
Id •i snd wdd ini 30
OHN M. COOPVI & CO
• Bell and Brass 'flounders,
ENGINE, IJICOMOTIIE VW BOLLING 111,
BRAS FS
made Promptly 1 o Order
BABBITTS hl .TAL
.
Made and Keptn Hand
oroprletnes and Mani lows of . _
d. M. Cooper's Improvid talanit Wheel
STEAM PUMP.
Ottlett—FDßl PYLV: RTREiT. PoutOrz—Comer
17 . 1 . 11 and RAILROAD STIIILETB. Pltt.burith
Ps.
• •
NEWELL tigSTITUVE.
OW. 455 and SU refun et., plttsburuDA
Will rs‘opert on 'AIONDAYf SEPT. Stb.
Tetms—
*to persuasion or stirs.
Ladies' School...
T,.ll.schirs-Mlsses {Ceram, Llgatttt. RiCketA
Stanch—Prof. Dense. Aluolc—Pruf.ltsm.
Drawing—Ms* X.L•11300 - 1.
A full course of study ttssued.
•
School.
Toucher. Maerctuit. Burchfield. Moan,
Brubaker.
Cluem lo German dallranim Elocution
Regular tlon of Masses forrittonl lir the
I • ffncf nil. il.drenit. roweled. •
limitless and Collet, Ibutranne Diplenma to be
"Verit;ritgrodenificTll9lllTy."' •
The pact mimed of the I input* ad•ons p •ge
- of trelitifent, vocuchae. ul work ere cafe
beg .. eaten to Insure tko i nft , i.AMMAA . ,;,
- •
Bakery; CwifeetiOne
ICE CREASI.
In the ♦e
Wft is , lpt AV.:PP, Allimberly, onwhalf b •
rg:reTta rteUrt=l::4l
as for the consureersof l cream, who will nd
Tem convenient. t the P er k. Pethlteotten we
ranted In woods, ratandautoe and price.
pelsonage LL eolictted.
WIL A. IMOD &
SUMMER RESOI , 9
toretuo Sprft ,
•
CAMBItIA CO., •••
• This Sommer B• 11012 Is 4 miles from
A.Pranlfres uoestelled. Ifecentoe Ticks tiyt
Proms. it. It. Co. can be had doting the • • ••rn
Tarins very moderste. Fat realer and ful Int .
maim,. address
F. A. 431.13 t •
jutoa97:w
Furniture,
DRY
AT AU
LISGUATE wil sell at
rdersi
1114, e
at M o x )
esn er I
mar sad Volr d Ctitb t
ta4 * L
Vest. and
at 9 vr nen. at I
. At dc.. tOO
11
ARTISTS ANR
MAT
11L
rac T P u%a.K.,.Digavara7-
* ) %l
Fir. 'WO .
AtLAN C. BA MULL Sc CO,
• 75W00 Sta•eet.
A PULL SUrri
STATIONERY
Can be obtoOVAlit theotoff , Of
W. S. HAVEN & CO
COIL IPOOft STII6I9T AND THIRD AN'llO , , ,
• I ••
10/1/gStOn. & COL
Ttantfactwer of 14IIIIT arum IRON
1 'CASTINGS. .
tisht wort ow specialty. Loose Joini. Batt.
Mater sad (hts rum gull Pollan, and Mbar
antele.ol BAblers! gran alas)' on band. •
OMand Work., ,lo
Oar Dep._,Allogbe.7
City. ngtallles M.dreis, Lock Hsi 302.
:DEANITTS. ,sacks, handpicked,
.a. in 'tore. for 'We'll
9, 1870.
SPEC ILLL NOTICES
• West
•RinZ
y
aken e tn
a Price
YRS"
_ .
rSTOCC.HOLDERS'
REETIiG-
Teeee ❑be s meetlati of the eiorkbold.
•
et. of the Blearret. ent and Lawrincesllle Bridge
Company, at the of Ice of heels. Batley. Dalren .f.
Co.. Sharnsbant;ma WEDNESDAY. Angel , / 3. at
3 O'ciOdt I. >I.. to &Ike WARM In reference to the
Pe.erectlon of the No - lege. By Meer of the Board.
DYB:wil - .VlO. ABED; nemem,
C.V. Mai BANK. DITTY/wenn.
Irr TIIE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR
Directors of chls Bath will be held at the
- Banking House on T MIDAY. August Bd. he-.
theen the boom of Biel - en and one. -
J., 19. INTO.-. J. W. DAVITT.
Junbalg _ _ •, Cashier.
BT.BOUNTY:
$lOO Bounty Collected
Tor all 'omen who e abated between May 4th and
Jell 2'26. IbBl. who Wei* discharged foe disabil
ity bean, wrong two years. and who have hereto
fore received on bauniT. .
_. . .
The undersigned has "emoted hie office te
r.kne But:ding, corner .elath aeon ue aud Sailthhatd
street. and is how prepared to collect claims sptied
lip and at moderate rate e. Cell on. rr addrees. with
B. F. BILQWiI•
Claim clizrrrs Bah - dine.
' Comer Sixth arenas and Stolthdeld street.'
D:rrUBLIC NOTICE.--liartur, been
hypototal GAS and IiAS METED INSPEC
TOR tor Allegheny tounty, nwttoe Is hereby wlwon
thwt until the ascesswiT office and Machwhlcal Tett;
Ins nithlnery hen be provulwd. I will be (nand et
the OFFICE OF TIM' TI
NA
FOUNDIIT
AND PIPE WORKS, en atreet. oer
Pine. Pittsburgh.
, "r"'",VoT•3l)l'lAV:=.?;:; , •`i."'"'" .., .
Free inly 21. I b 470
fr"'NOTICE--A Mooting or Stwk.
hi:Merced-the 'Friumbh Oil Company win
,entstiiy"_
. 1.ct70. t2:3OP. Mw fur the par lnc the action of the DirPC(l , lll in makinglease .
".1121%sir"'n?NlirliTiniCSSI.ICit. Secretory.
Iff—NOTlCETheundersigned halo
chartered the Stearn Ferry Boat, Capt. W.
C. DENNY. end will run her , its Ferry 'Oll and
niter July tfth from bharushumt to Pittsburgh side.
until the Sliarbsburg Bridge Is rebdilt.• '
WM. It. CLAMMY,
lib ,SC. A. brII.OI.IL.
ETT--31.0NONG-AIIELA INCLINE
PLANE.-NOTICE -The 'Plane will. be
open for Pannengege end Freight buttons. EVERY
MORNING et 3 o'clock, and will closo at 11 r.M.,
connecting with the lest car Rona l'lttsburgb on
the l'ltteburgh and illrEuhnti... 1 . ....Rer 'Ren
ner. •-• ' he:thi
POLITICAL
[l 3- EO It COR9 NEIL,
A.T. W. 11. 110 PE,
et' the 13th l'ett nth Itexrvetto t
decision of sine ensuing I:niun Ile.
tnty Curis entl tvi• Jy.ls
itrFOR PROTHO:NOTARY,
M. G. COREY,- .
Late Cepteln t;.. ha/ I. Volt.
SUbJeCt to the decision a ,JlO ensuing Coval lie
Er FOR. SENATE.
GEORGE JI: INDEIISON,
Subject So the decision of the. eniininn Union lie
iniblieon enmity . Convention, Pahl •
aTFOIt, COUNTY IXIBLNISSIONER.
. GEORGE REELEY,
Of Me/shall Township, *e *legit w the fl'. 0
the Ceeet Republican Coo sty Convection.
aiM . d/td
c - 3 - FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
BENJAMIN DOUTHEHT,
of thdiths township. Is candidate for . County
Cortuoissether. In subordination so the deetrion of
the numbness Convulsion Eel mod. lo rebus.
splO,45dST
WHOLESALE GROCERS. 8642
BY A. T. 6011)11A, In
\V. M. (-1-0.11 - MLY,
Whdlesale Grocer
271 LIBERTY STREET,
juvaais Oppaalta ragio
STEEI7E & SON
'Commission Merclurtitey
No. WTK l er u r%. ° .l"):llt: CoMm on. Au
Meaner & Harper,
FLOUR. DRAIN AND PRODUON
. -
Commis ion Merchants,.
No. 329 LIBISATT STIMIST
miwri
W. C. ArmstrOng,
atuoceomor to Fetser d inoit'foos.l
'RODUCE COMMISSION NERCILINT,
L. J. BLANCHARD,;
Wholesale and Retail Grocer,
ta 9 6 PENN . STREET
ITTLE, BAIRD k PATTON, Whole.
BALE GROCElRS.Conmtarlin Merchants and
Denier, In Praia.. no.. Raaaa Chrenn,SUdg.
Carbon and Lard Oil. Inm. Sails. Glass, canton
atroWl;l6 itTAßVAlfiirtAtTg.-7,.
IMIN I. ,
nurs....wiw. plocrar:•,..rni. N. nova.
tTl ) n l igl a i l l; P, eftgBl6BlBekt°WnelrG"° 1 4
and Com...ulna Martbant i rener of SolltbnOtu
•nol Water alwata.Wtteba
A. _
. gililpii & WALLACE , ttlicilesa%
sig.Ztt..l.largrlCE DEALERS. No.
itt.,movims
- DaraiLov:A.L.
Laing k McKallip
'Have removed to 347 Liberty nu lately occupied .
by Culp S. gheproil, where they will be gleaned to
meet their friends and the nubile generally. They
have ounstantly on hand a choice assortment , of
Family none Grain: Feed.. Land and. Calcined
Plaster. White Lime, round," Flour, listed tiny
Or. 'They are also general agents for the celebrat
ed Johnstown Ilydraulle and Louisville Cement
and .tsithraclteCoal.
-
' loth .
OODS
,TIO
-REMOVAL.
S. P. SHAME, & CO
I 19 Auction Hou
MT. oo FRIDA Jul
lot of irOoll lu Iton
les. Ir
• s lame lot o Som
.= Putts. C. and
• of :0111,toeho ood
hoods. Norlllos. Do.
I Mod..
et: ATE, Auctioneer.
it.'7473.l7lqlll=lothad. t 3" . 7 .n 8
SOL M. and . 4al Liberty Kt.,
alxi4e the be.d WOOD STIMET; when She/
will be pie:most to see all their old Mends sof etts.
lumen.
ENGINEERS'
• JALs.
S. P. SIIRIVEIc.& CO.;
07(11:t.. I
•
Ctn• or ALIA:OIIEN Y. July VIA. I.SIO.
N OTICE TO DEALERS ill HOSE
il u s tit u rigtg!Z u NlDll , 3 l Bl`,ll' ) NTy
1,050 FEET
Doubje Rivite,d Leather Ho
rto.le
.1t
Also, for' 150 :Batteries-Zink
•
Fur further information 14111.11 V at the uffte Uf
the chief matelot °pate late DepartateMUClSY
AI he Col:mottle
the lowest or
/1.31
PROPOSALSFOR COAL. --The imp
e.numed slt Proposals for theret:mil of
4kl, for al& eretulug .year. wag to be depleted.
at ta..ir Wort.. brraller stye: Amount reettlree.
:1.0110 to 2.3 .. 1! bushels dell). Proposals re
mit eel loth • In lid.
=l=
00 Cleveland White Lime. '
1 btde
ilasov..=At
14 , ,b 41 4 by
11.
/711 J. CAIiFIELD.
141 Pint avian.
INSUB-i!MCE -
s was THE en frinioN ch. EX-
C 6
The Empire Mutual
Ilse sebleseil s success els:Last Vinnaili&Jed In the
history tit Life Insunsnce.
DEGANIZEIi ATIM. S. 18119.
Bt kez,:s 016.3(20mi)Ivav
H TUN FIRST FISCAL MAIL
7. l l',:ri4=l;:' r'''' "°°' - g . . iifi
Amount( , awed ,07.L.13..53 .0.
Itatla'of .' aims and Mal". to Tot. lt , mme• 17 . 0
A VCIAAC I. ntto of a 0 C_orbbatatea .31.311
For 'every 81.00 Liabilities the E.Plte. has tall
of Attaett .
wrenge Ana.aunt vt l'obeica • ' 02.106
Tbtal Am.. 6330,090
8 108.00 U Canh . rarbtal glepooltett 'nth the
State awl the 'baos nonsecurel7 thaoattl. '
WM. A. FULLER.
• Mes,acer for Weston. Pehnirlaahtb.
°Moo PO bvJUItTIL Aa WILIE. Yttlabbrah th.
Vir - GOVI , All ENTa. both 11.10 ILOI female.
anted.pat,
. •
. -
- .
A- Mx-I - ARLAND, . S. a
VICE HARTMN,
1.1,10,111. T. PHEISI Ac,
NV GititioN litLLEß.SecretarY.
P;deral Insurance Co.
OF ALLEGIIr-NY CITY. PA.
'THE : Con Federal and Work Simla
. 1 . idos.•rone,
Edward Gregg -1 W; CI Cit 4o °•
'VnlWltine Baker. J. Kohen.
At. l'Orellaby, • F. .% B. Smith.
Jot. 11. Borland, W. B. Anderson.
Win. echos,. 1 M. 11. Sued.,
W. J. Lange". . J3llle. Allison.
1ell:y7.1 . F. M. I.OVE. Gonenel Agent
CHARTER 1829 EEREETEAL.
'RANKLIN FIRE INSIIIi. CO
OF PM LADY.LPIIIA.
OFFICE 433 AND .137 t,tllMaTNl.rr STREPT.
Assetson Jan. 115 t. IS7O, 102.8 . 23.73 4 07.
capital. 0400000 00. Necrud Burro.and
Premiums. 02.423.731 137. Inane, paid slues
lIM. over 113,300.0110 Perpctunt And Tempo
rur7 Policies on The Coupon also
booms policies upon the Rents of all kinds of If nild•
nr:111-;173167Wrel It Bair. Pa mu al
Geo. W. tichurtls. iNuic Lea lieu. Fides. Alfred
Fitter. T h is. Spat.ks. Win. Grant, Thomas H.
Erns, Gustavus H. Benson.
G. 8AK1.7.1t. President.
4 , KO. PALM, Vice President-
W.NcAnister, Saturant'''.
T. if. Racer. Arishahht
noiG. Co, Third ATenhe end Wood M.
WESTERN INSURANCE CCiAIT'Y
Of Pittsburgh
ALEXANDER NIMICE, Presblimt.
' WM. P. lIERBERTo Preyidimt.
General Air h - t.
"nice 92 Water street. dpund co. •
PUmordh.
W.II insure Arabia,. all blade of Fire sod Marine
Melo. A
knob Inatitotion. managed by Directors
who are wellwn to the community. and who
asdetaaanin proniptnera and liberality to
maintain the characterwhich they bare assumed
as Offering the hest protection to their who dent
ba Insured.
littLaCirallut. • •
Alexander Maack, I John R. McCune.
It. Miller Jr.. Char. J. Carte.
James McAuley. Witham IL Emma.
-.Alexander Speer. . . Joseph.
Andrew AckleY. •
[lurid M. Long,.. Wm. momson.
D. Ihinsen.
hal
- ,
CASH INSURANCE COMPANY
Phelan's Building.
No. FIFTH AVENUE, S
P ECONI? FLOOR.,
PITSIMURGII, A.
•
CAPITAL ALL PAIL VP ,
DITUCLTORS: '
N.J. 11101ey, 'John Floyd. Capt. M. EAU.) ,
Dan'l %discs, S. IL Harman, A. Chambers.
JlOgs UM. S. AlcClarkan. 'Jigs. H. &Way.
. r"m" 'rn lttN . Er+ll.ll l rel l re!ld.nt.
3NO. F. JIGS %rice Pmldess
JOS. T. JOHNSTON, Secretary.
Lpt.. GRACE, Genenkl .AtenL
INSITHIN3 ONATAII,IIII.Ai. T2IILM AIW IRN •ALI
.4 EIKE
.0340;
ALLEGHENY INSURANCE CO.
Of Pittsbilrgh.
OFFICE. NU. 8! FOURTH ACkNUK.
Insures sialint nil kinds of lire and Karin.
Hist,
.10ILN IRWINI.Ie., President.
T. J. 110SKINPON. Vice President.
FfAT I VI ELL
DIAN. anerSl Agent.'
elxECrnx
loran Ins n, Jr.. 11. L . Fhsto
T. J. llostinson, W. I ETersOn.
C. G. Hussey. Hebert 11. Davis.
Itsrrer Childs, ush S. F:enalnE,
C.balek Capt. J. T.
..le.
• Laos. m. Dean. T. 1 . 1 , ..,Nerin. .
PEOPLES' INSURAM COMP'Y
OFFICE. N. E. 911 - 4 4C11 NVOOD FIFTH STS
A Home Company. UAIU flit and Marie
nreactolut:
Wm. PhUN,. C+ll , L. John L. Mostls.
John Watt. Samuel P. Shrive?,
John FL I- mite. Charles Arbuckle.
11. Love, Jared L. Brush,
Wm. Van Kirk. • ' Wm. F. Lame,
James U. Verner, bananel Dictrickart..
PILILLIPA. Preslent.
• Jollt: WATT Viol Preetdent. .
W. F.tiALDNXII. Petrofina , •r' •
.NATIONAL INSURANCE COMFY.
POIL FEDERAL wr: AND DIAMOND. ALLE
.
=E=
•
Ogles' In the SECOND NATIONAL BANK
BUILDING.
W. W. MARTIN. President:
JOGS BROWN, Jn- Vice PansldenL
JA.NLES E. STEVENSON. S.:rot...T.
Dlnscrote: .
John A. Myler. Loektpul. Were.
Jas. I-Graham:Bonen Loo. C. 130.71 e.
John Brown. Jr. , Geort e GCMG, ...bom K
b opp.
G. B.P.WMainelno. Thocupeool.l. MeNansbar.
eel
-
PtErsuction, July 2Stb. 1870.
OTICE.—The assessment for the
1.1 grading. puling and curbing ib
street. Iron, llatiett street in the Greensburg
pike. now ready for etnicolllation and can be
feen at this office until MON DAT. AUGUST It.
1870. when it will be re Gimlet to the CU?' Tree.-
office for colleetion.
City J. MUG Enginee GE.
r.
im
1 —l7--- " . -CI T Y . -._._
. EI.C...F.TICS Orstmt.,
MISCH - ENT CITY. J ul y 1814, Ib7o. I
VOTICE.—The assessment for the
.11 grading of CIIAIITIERS STREET from
Western avenue to Franklin Alley Is now ready fur
smonlnstlon_, and can be seen at this ofncenntli
SATURDAY.JuIy 0010. 1870 : when it sail ha
placed to the hands of thellty Controller to serve
notices fur payment of sawn.
ci
lAS. DAVIS. •
.71 . . City Engineer.
No. %a MARKET STREET
July 471. b. 1870.
NOTICE.—TiIe novel sment for grad.
log, paying and curbing of 4.2 d street. from
!haler street to the Allegheny Talley Railroad. is
now ready for eystninatloti.aud can he ...en at this
It
until FRIDAY. AUGUST 3th. 1 K7O. when
it be returned to the Treasurgen ogles for col
lection. 11. J. 1100 RE.
City Engineer.
_ _
CITY ENOIStEIC.
CRNuTiY or 'ALLEGIILNY. July 26. 1870,
imessment for the
od paring of Max alley from Ohio
street to is now reedy for examination
gear be aeon at this apes until SATUUDAY.
.A an utritst 6. 1870. when It will be placed In the
hands of thatlity Controller to serve nutters.
CILAS. DAVIS.
tett city.tinetneer.
CRY TRZABURZA N OIVICL. 7 I
• • - prrtamynan.June 1.11510. S
lAccoRDANc )PITH rrn THE PRO
LTISIONS of the City Digest, notice Is hereby
given to the T. Payers of thellty of Pi 11....
that the aseesmenta of
ity, City Building, Special, Poor,Bus
ness, City School and Ward School
Taxes and. City Water Bents
Yor the year 1870 hare. In accordance with law.
been this day returned to me for collection. A
deduction of Fite par minium will be allowed on
all Taxes d Water Rents paid on or bittern the
tint day o f August. and Two: Dar canton. If paid
between the first days of August and Ofteentk
day of September.
NO tIITANCEIN PRIM;
Wattles & Shearer
•
tva .e relllnY ~ue WATCHES. G 01.1) Cli Al NB,
DIAMONDS. J KWELRY, de.. oi the •.tve vnae .•
ter ore
The Advance In Gold. •
c..rTne.g in onr line wit miro.4llln4 chew , '
than any other Tease In the city.
pie.. gleens a eat
NEW GbOVS_
Shoes,-'Boots and Geiteri,
PROPOEVadi
HENRY PA.III.IJS',
N 0.104 0: 110 . APNNVE.Ikl..1.10011!NY CITY
The wad widnaed ha Wt. taken
of Ws old alma.andstockedltrrltharloh aYhri
meatof BOUTS, SUOES AND
Gonda or wealas mien Will 0100 eattafactlon
Former Pattwaa aael - tha pobllo are Invited to visit.
• 14394 hIRNItY PAULUS. •
do not bindthetoselves to ...fps
' l d iY.!L WATER. °otter°liar.
Ittro & CO:
luiSsOl
my 191,1M10
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N THE COURT •Or QUARTER
ay.to , - A of Alleabeny County,
"..,_. 7 .lB7o,sll.oelinntio.D o etat. ,
maltag,of Op °pent. of Mlitiniberger
Pitv Paraburaii.
Ann .23, 1170, on motion Pt.'. V.Sloale
t.Crt appoint Nv. W. 1' hralion. Eng tea.
Limon y off ertin by the tante. , steu ite m spiv,
caw m retsthm to the matter. at Lii%ne
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eth hle t4Ablon
r.p n e d r e r" ,11 . .. " t t ,.> " •l3 " g:a=tl f = j o c f the tee.% of
viewe,s ae'sbould be made . If any: end the form
of au order tal lbe made by the
l ourt. ;g o d=
to th e Dart ) 'fib e ' s "' ebT c d ' etlitro o r f y.b el rattor no ys see
D 7 pu e bllcatlon th r ee tlmee In Utle y DAL tr , t , lr r. , -
, . - .
Attest: Juxxea anowNa.Clerk. • • • • •
• Parties Interested Sr. bereby noiread that I win
attend for the D.n.AO of performing my dubbin
MIRP4,I,I:gIITAVA L II,7II,Az.sTATZ;
10th day of AUZIIIt. A. U.. 00. id 'A Values T.
ti.. and at .oth alley llama]. ms)Ue toed by ad
journment.
W. TIIUMSpN.
JS.
TAISTRICT COURT OF THE.TNI
AL, THD STATES FOB TILE. WE:STERN akin
THICT OF PBNNEITI.VANIA: JN BANKItUPTCy.
In the matter Of Robe.. Pt ton and oebt a ,r, •
Dtton, partners at Diann Brothers. bankrupts.
•ICotern Dinner of Prnendruerm
Alwarrunt Is -Bankruptcy hasbeen issued be,o .
said Court against the hstete of Robert Dixon'
and'eutbbertDlion, partnerpl Dixon . °n rothers.
of the Count ) Of Allegheny; Baal of estl
es.
ia. n slant district, who bare neerrdult a:trudged
bankrupts upon petition of o their creditor, and
the pa, ent of anyiltrbts and the dellverv
e 4 any
V.rt*r"t.hreiTCrale7agod
the
re.l.lV7tr;
them. are forbidden by law. o lt meeting of the
creditors of said bankrupts, to prove their debts
and cinsme one more Asalaneets of their estate.
will be held at aOr
ion of Bantometur be f hiVr ,
" Diamond
"'" et, no tne t . b lai n f JIAY OT ,
r he Mat of ilf
Registers to
Ilantruptey eald t lr i
In21:al1 O. B. Mamba' for Messenger:
I TIIE COURT OF QUARTER SES
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NONE of Allephenl muntr.
OFFICIAL.
TAX NOTICES
lUI FIFTH AITSUE
RAND RE•OPENIFfi
ST. LAWRENCE , . HOTEL,
' - En. BARKER, Proprietor,
tor, Penn St. and 11th. formerly old Cana .
RITIPBER77OII3 --- .
All slum ,f I tuba robber Tubing, amstantly
J. 1 n. yvg.tres
===l
DEA NuE5 . .4.4.6 Bags now landing
f ro omj team er GI e rata g i r i to r tf
Co.
1.16
rrENNESSEEBARLEY;--6001 Be ae
Nem Van in Wire. Ea sal. by
• ISAIAH DICKEY & CO.
•
biro rEipirs 7 -4 4. lbufor sale
LEG
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No. 1 ;Demo:Ase Term. 1610.
N o tice 1. hpriby given that the ee oat W Vleir
!!!!!==i
.
Merl Jul, 7. 1870.1111 d connrcued N.. W ~.0.1:111.
sbalut, tinlesa ex re plioef ere Mel taerea , e‘thla
•
V V. Cri; A AV . Or
p THrMATTER OE THE
Opening of Easlett Street,
1, y of PittlOotoch • ,
NOtico le (torch] elven that the tiowoonente
node by the elewere ins niudined by the, Con, in
he above ccewre now In n hands 1 or.eoklectlon.
end that If thq some Dr not t
aid within thliny day.
Item the date hereof. Ilene will he pled for lb o nen
paid iteserosnients with lnleresf. root. and remand
the seine collected by lerellnoPeeni
J. F. SLAG LE. lity'Attorney.
11179. Ju'a..44
t DIINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.—
Wberens. betters of Admkrdstnit4on , to.tkA
estate or DaVattZTlTatt:tea,tbe Town
TubscTiflnildpereons Indebted to UTemid estlre!
. aft requested to make ImmoUlate p . rent.
_Ol
itio. hating claims or demands seal t I:!eestif i
untie veld decedent lON make Matsu tot a
wtlo,elgar w
KRNIIAN, Administrator,
nlanaar No. 119 Carson
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TN THE .MATTER OF OPENING
AIEENS In the City of Pittsburgh.
:fantails hereW given that the assesatnente made
b att y :ohllvdTirgy",tg rt We rgli o cfiri t al:trgtfaltri!
e.
( collection. ano that if the mt me be not pant alsola
thirty days from the data hereof Ilennallt wit h ed
therefor against the ortipettlesassessed. In
terest. eon and teen and the same collected by
legal Ococ° ,. • • J. Y. St.AGLE, City Attomeri
J tity 12. 11470. •
VXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Letters
teetamentary upon the estate of EBEB,
HARDT ELLWANUEIt , Isto of AllegheaY CETI
deed. W ring been granted to the ohderelfireed, su
perto Immediate to sold estate ant mutated to
matte payment, and all persons holding
galms. s i t 4 l rtate.tiogimellt nraisitri
StiGua. Mate's, N 7 u.iolerkltth . aortue.
b 13.19 Wlt. F. PLLWAIXtiEII Executor.
WALL PAPERS
NEW WALL PAPER.
FOR SPRING SALES,
4t No. 107 Market . St.,
I NEAR FIFTH AVE.
, .
We now offer to the public a Mock of PAPER
lIAIIGINGS nnsurasaneo to the West fcrr.let7
i
If: VlrlM: A lltitlrfCriVr tctirgtia.lorftlatAA"
InltiNS In air toot ItrlA.tocio,lorca fia i r ran i
DTFlxt"(fltiNfit".:4s,°iLN4;"l" and GET P FLEUR
monAln ;14Wr.ix1101Vand 114
BLANKS for Chambers. ff.c. All of which e pm.
mveen . ., kat , pe the lore. In the rliet.
No. 197 Market St., near Filth Avenue.
JOS. R. HUGHES & BRO.
Incute:o '
WALL PAPERS.
.
SPRING, .1870 •
•PRICES REDUCED;
40 INCITES wide lints rt/Lie kr real. •
GILT—• great variety Li alio per roll. •
GLAZED—MI thiClant 23e per rolL
ELEGANT leretieb and American Paper
t" ' T T °".
W. P. MARSHALL'S
Meet. i
Wbole ale a end Retail store. 103 Liberty
P M .
TAILORS.
P McARDLE,
Fashioriablp
MERCHANT TAILOR,'
! KaVIMATZLVIATZUNIT I AT
00010. •
No. 931-2 Smithfield St,
PITTSBURGH. PA.
Clotbtor made to °rear to the Wee& .
et Yl4l.
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES
• 1870. •
a. C. ic'enassox. NUEll...Utitallo.
.11'PlIERSON: & 311111LANBILINC.
Mo6b.mt isnorst,lto.:lo sum srnicEr.(littifr".
81. Clair.) Wo bare rroelved Ism and well
lected Block of the best and 910 st raPPortabla;
'Goons In our lino. • gonna portion of which ikre oar •
own trOPfrnallQll.
Fee t =tootktout of our pAnti to Pre ccetact
.3 =nallan7t our stoYck":41loo rom alreaurl
metes. Vostlopt.,&c. •
McrulOSON R MeIILANBRDIO,
NEW SMOG 090DS.
♦ splendid .. stock of
Cloths, Ca,ssimeres, &o.“,
Nlincli . utt Tailor. 75 Molttieold *tree.
R.M.WColvan&Co.,
BOULEVAIIP PAYERS,.
ti---eFai;aill:s,Cellurs. Inside Yards,
Drives,
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WARRA.NTILD AGADItIT CHANUSS OF MCAT
AND CDLD.
Ordm left AtilAzirentOtnee.orat 39 FLDLILAL
SWOT, Allothes7; Mr]) attended to. Cu.Elam 11==..to..ILLob,
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WM. KREBS,
ICE, DEALER,
351 River Ave., Allegheny.
C. BARNES,
Sealer of Weiehts and Measures,
OFFICE:
So. Zo FOURTH ATIE., PHlldmnrh.
VOR SALE -- STOCK • - FAGL—Con-
TsFarLAAlSS . V , rdrzt t ad
i sixty
lent-% aliening/a Ten large barn ear ,able, '•
and atieep basses, inenard and tell Inland by • •
r e sigi Merit tritginsearise plms. atiskatedin
win/Fits kattnal% tkrttirn"n t eiateogrool
Mar to Ilagr : stia l n - thumbs, wise fm can It
laji t rtra-r. ‘,..-NlPtv;• •
. . earth Assi.,
DOG NUZZLES! DOG MUZZLiS
30 Boren
LW MUI2LY..ii, assorted. suitable •
fur all rim ears. Thu. having • vaniable dot .
Amid yarehase one. Pot Ntle at
CROQUET! CROQUET!
WLDtnt •u close eat ter enure mock of the
above aPatiuned sued*, I Will NU anr-ef. the pets
-I have cabaret Debut met, et '
..fAHVI DOWN*,
. : '.137 Wood ureic
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BiSE 7/ , .11 . 441
I Lire i gaud assorts:mat. of BRAE •Lat.p.t4
ca:aaag.. Any party or Mope WILIIII.II{ the abaea
'gouda can pumas. the Rome bolms wet, at
RAZORS' SCISSORS: ,'
Arid all Wads or cotter, crowed and renalre4
ha the best mariner. Abn STEM. RTAIIPS,
Breads and Caneening Rtamy. irm4rmee repaired,
at
r‘RIED. APPIES.-10 bbis
J. tt:stexovix
JAM RN
136 Wood.rstrtftt
EMM!MM3
JA1111:5 BO
1316 Wood