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7 Oct 1868

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7 Oct 1868

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Pittsburgh Gazette (Newspaper) - October 7, 1868, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania8 r in a i City and suburban. Prayer meeting from 12 m. To 12 30 of clock at the rooms of the Christian association no. 23 fifth Street. anvils will meet to a a Morrow evening. A a ,thrv�?zenin8 companies turning out in for the service0 demonstration were paid vote taken in the i tombs last irgrnaltei1 follows fo1r Seymour Inatio a ush 3 Blackmore 16. The jail vote has no yet been heard from. A of off inf or ate. Last evening a Man so re trains on the Pennsylva Santow jew rl7 station and was in ltd in Fzli not learn his name or farther particulars. ,. A Eurc Png a can primary election of the / a a t Ward nominate Ward officers and ?6m�?o6rs of Council will be held on Satur by afternoon at the school House Between the hours of Fiir and six of clock. Release Don Ball a from a st. we learn that capt. W. B. Donaldson charged with killing a negro boy on the i Quot i Steamer Republic several months since j. Pas been admitted to bail in the sum of one j Hundred thousand dollars. _ j a a the National a cards. Captain Schoon maker hold a meeting to Morrow evening st Mccallam Brothers warehouse 51 fifth. Ayen Meffor the transaction of business con ceh Fang the torchlight procession in Allegheny on monday night next. I. A sea quiz Wrights,,�?�<�?~ruster.�?� a buro a a Bast a a blare a a a taxation a a curency a and a fit Inge Are a few Sam pies of the orthography of the opposition on their banners on monday. A schoolmaster. Is wanted democracy. Ti2venth an0 eighth Watts March a and t Del assemble this evening at six o Elk Elk at Franklin Street school House escorting Hon. Henry Wil son from the Monongahela House to the mass meeting at hares hotel. Aggravated Pillow made information yesterday before Alderman Taylor against Neil Mccallop for aggravated assault and Battery. Prosecutor alleges that Moca Liow knocked him Down and beat him m a brutal manner. A War Raht was issued. In styling As a a mean scamp gentle. Man who figured in a police Case reported yesterday we feel after learning the full particulars that we did him injustice. He had cause for his conduct and like All men who can a shoe their own Row used the violence reported. A. A he Cincinnati express which a Adolphia monday evening at eight tote of a be train was taken by t jts we Iyo of Allegheny Republican and Jno. B. Campbell of Altoona Democrat a resulting As follows Grant and Colfax 166. Seymour and Blair 34. The Columbia Hook and ladder company announce their annual Ball at Lafavette Hall on thanksgiving eve. Tho affair we have no hesitancy in saying is in Good a a 5 those fond of such amusements will Fand ample Opportunity to gratify their desire by attending. The redoubtable Christy does the figure calling. T.rt11?re was carried by the butchers on monday in the democratic procession a transparency representing a Frisky cow having a Man hanging on to the Tail. It was supposed to he bomb Dematio of sey Moor the Dairyman a exploit. The cow represented the government the teats the could get no bet a a than the Taiin and a no More editing is necessary. Two Waters made two. Informal on before Alderman Mcmasters yesterday against Rachel Kinney a one for aggravated assault and Battery and the a fr-d0r fuse to of Tbs peace. Emma states hat Rachel jumped a other beat and abused her and struck her with a Brick winding up the performance with divers fierce threatening. Rachel was arrested and gave bail for a hearing to Day. Grape a bowl this annual Exhi-5un a a graph comes off to Day 7th inst., on the Knox fruit farm and promises to 9� very great interest. In addition to Ehul Ngtye grapes on the vines or. Knox will exhibit Over seventy varieties on tables the Opportunity of seeing tso Many ends in one collection is rare and will at tract Many visitors. Many distinguished grape growers from a distance will be pre the Allegheny 8ch00i8 me do log of of school controllers a reports of local boards teachers elected in the eighth Ward the eighth w Ard tax difficulty the Holiday Lues tion. A regular monthly meeting of the Allegheny Board of school controllers was held last evening in the common Conneil chamber City build my at seven and a half of clock the meeting was called to order by r. B. Francis upon whose motion in Tho absence of the president Rev. E. E. Swift was called to Tho chair. Rev. Swift opened with prayer. The Secretary r. B. Francis esq., called the Roll when the following persons answered to their Nares messes. Barr Brown Jno. Jr., Brown Jno. K., Boyle Barker Chadwick dii Lap Eaton. Francis group re Jackson Kollock Loomis Lea Lockhart Moul Mccleta cd Rtse Mccance Mcconnell ton Sim a Pitcairn Parka Sut ind White Fnu Torreno treble the minutes were read and approved. Reports of the local boards. Reports from the first second and third wards were received showing a flourishing condition of affairs in All of the schools. _ or. Kollock from Tho. Fourth Ward Hoard reported an increase of two Hundred Lnor av0rage attendance in that Ward. Parke from the fifth Ward Board reported the schools in a crowded condition and the refusal of the sixth Ward Board to accommodate their scholars according to agreement. A or. Chadwick from the sixth Ward reported the schools crowded to their utmost capacity and the impossibility of receiving any More scholars even from their own Ward and the consequent necessity for refusing admission to those from the fifth Ward. There were no reports from Tho seventh and eighth wards. President Clark having now arrived Tho chair was vacated tin his favor by or Gnu Aguren Gazette wednesday. Oot omm 7, 1888. The 00x1 Quot a that committee or a vested with Power to . Aitos Row a a a red that ave per cent be a a payers As shall have paid the school tax before the first of november considerable Disen Sion ensued on this motion after which it was carried. On notion adjourned. Chapter of misdeeds How democrats do 1. Things. In a a few items published yesterday we referred to several instances coming incidental to our notice of How at least a portion of the democratic moving figures operated Khile going the rounds the Day before assaulting insulting and out raging decency wherever and whenever the least Opp Ortu sire to i stration anything rated. Ity presented. We have no de the participants in that Demon he least wrong and will Correct which May be misstated or Aggra he formation of the procession in Allegheny in the first place was a pre concerted movement intended to create a breach of the peace because the people Over there Are overwhelmingly against them and it is a notorious fact that the delegations from the Bill run District and the first and twelfth wards of this City threatened before they reached Allegheny that not one of their number should be arrested that they would Rescue them if it necessitated the sacking of the mayors office though they they were Ever so guilty of misconduct. Now to the facts in front of Coronado Row on Federal bloody third still rampant a a number of the Grant and Colfax were marching to the Republican a Wing on the Fulton Street and Webster Avenue Laah evening they Neces Samily passed through a portion of the Buu run distr in. The head of the column had scarcely reached the foot of Wylie Street whet symptoms of an assault were fearful prevalent. The denizens of the Bull run District lined the site Waif am 1 a filled the Street scarcely nne of no a alms st for the clubs to. March to a s r0?m they hosted groaned cheered a every indignity possible to th0 i own a column Wiio passed on Ouier allx i everything Good humoral la to is served to make tire crowd More and the rear of the c�?ol., Rravis is i itts Burgh and first Ward Alleo Hen a Wisnia membe�1 Swift or. Kollock from the committee Street some Little girls cheered for Grant m response to cheers from the ranks for a a or a air the Brave Niue larks of the old third ran out of the ranks mistaking however the source of the cheer cup ,.lnto.an old maa named Clokey from California Washington county who came to the City to see the procession. He and his wife an elderly lady of Over sixty years of age were quietly watching the pageant doubtless appreciating the display As or. Clokey himself trains in that Seli ool of politics. He was knocked a Gai Over the Bead with Torch hand Les kicked and to add to the Climax of the club the Browd the while Grad ily closing upon the moving column to interrupt its Progress and Cut off a portion of the de negation. The members defended themselves Swedas the could against such Odds resisting the pressure and marching m close column and fighting their was through. Word finally reached the head of the column that the rear of the process 0aw�?obei�?o8 attacked and immediately ale. A Callow of Tho fourth Warco a Etheny mute men ordered his men to about lace and charge Soublo Quick in on the enemy. The order was readily complied with and for a Little while things looked Lively. The attacking Dart gave Way before the charge of the tanners retreating Yelling and groaning like demons. The order to halt was not Given until thereby a had been driven several Jium Bor of them severely evening schools presented the report of Thia abuse one Hugh Ward an offi that committee relative to the opening of i struck the old Man Over the head the night schools for tha or it i with he a Otto Fri n. The City Republican executive committee Willinett on wednesday next 7th instant at three of clock p. M., in the Counce chamber. Members of the committee Are requested to procure from their respective wards a full list of the Ward candidates and hand or Send them to t. J. Craig. Carman of committee on printing so "�25l�1y a May he printed in Good time and without Cost to the respective wards Lull most bag is desired. Bad orthography of the transparencies of the democratic banners on monday was As mortifying to the few in. Tell Igent a Sun terrified a As was the bad spell of weather which the republicans experienced at their turnout. Here Are a few specimens above the head of a negro a an intelligent voter a a Wea Aundo our a a Trust in gob a was the most striking motto and served to show that the democrats have forgotten How to spell the name of their creator. A. A. The Allegheny stabbing Alexander of this township who stabbed Charles Pfoff Adam Beplar a bar keeper and Christ. Schrey on monday evening had a hearing before mayor drum yesterday afternoon Oil a charge of felonious assault and Batter preferred by Christ. Schrey. Conclusive evidence was shown that Alexander did the cutting and his Honor held him to Ball for trial in the Case of Charles Pfoff no information has made and Alexander still to. Mains in the lock up awaiting the result of Poffs injury. The night schools for the coloured children recommending the establishment of the same. The report was accepted and the recommendation adopted. Or. Eaton from the committee on coloured schools reported that the schools had been opened at the proper time with the usual attendance the average for the month being eighty eight. The committee recommended the adoption of the Resolution for the payment of a Janitria for twelve months instead of ten As heretofore. Owing to the establishment of the night schools for the coloured children the introduction of Gas into the school building was rendered necessary which they recommended. The report further recommended the payment of the same amount to s. A. Neale for his services in the coloured evening schools As that paid to other Ward principals for the same labor. The report was accepted and the recommendations adopted. Or. Kollock moved that 1,500 copies of Tho animal report of of control be printed instead of 750 As originally ordered. Adopted. J or. Kollock presented a preamble and Resolution relative to the proceedings of from its organization up to 1860, requesting the former secretaries to ins it Ute a search for said record and deliver it to the present Secretary. Carried. Or. Francis read a communication from the eighth Ward school Board reporting the election of the following teachers for the schools in that Ward for Tho ensuing year principal miss Helen Renwick. At a salary of $90 per month medium miss Theresa a Ebert at $50 per month primary miss 8. H. Haller at $40 per month. The communication was received and the elections confirmed. Several Hills were presented and ordered to be . Francis stated that there was some difficulty in regard to the collection of taxes in the eighth Ward. The treasurer had with his sword and it is further stated against this ponderous specimen of Manli a knocked Down and struck the old lady. Be this As it May mrs. Clokey was Ternowy abused by this blood thirsty gang. At this Point the Polico made an arrest of a Man named Jonn Fox. One of the party and with great difficulty succeeded in bringing him to the lockup. In the disturbance old Man Clokey lost his pocketbook containing Over two Hundred and dollars. This loss can readily be accounted for. The old Man and lady wore conducted to Carsons on Ohio Street where they were stopping and Are receiving All Tho attention possible. The fact of i to arrest of Fox coming to the ears of Hugh Ward he headed a column in to. Effect his release. The rescuing column wore kept at Bav along the Street by a detachment of the police Force until Tho top of the Steps Leadin to Tho mayors office was reached. At this Point the excited democrats were repulsed by additional reinforcements of the police who pulled mysterious weapons but of their pocket leveling and taking deadly aim at the rescuers. Not being used to facing this kind of argument the great mass of them turned Tai band got Sutof Eracli As quickly As possible. A number of follows full of fighting whisky Romai nod hut they were soon felled. It is stated at tb�3 juncture the police Woro ordered to charge and charge they did. Not less than Twenty democrats were felled in a twinkling Anil almost As soon secured Loav a a a Mace having done Tho worke at another Point in the procession some injured the second Ward Allegheny Grant skirmishers also about faced marching double Quick in support of the fourth Ward but they were not actively engaged. The entire column then marched to the meeting. It appeared however from what we can iat Tho roughs were not satisfied with their prowess and while the meeting was in Progress mustered in still greater isr�?.,t0jrerle t the assault on the return of the clubs homeward. Fortunately for the Good name of on City we were doubtless saved a bloody exhibition by the Grant clubs taking an entirely Rii Lerent route. Of a s0, sent of a mayor Blackmore of the intended assault and he immediately responded in person supported by a police. His presence and counsel with the police to support contributed severely to prevent the intended outbreak. We would take this occasion however of suggesting to our boys at no time to provoke an assault but when assaulted de lend by an understood movement and Well defined plan of operation. This is the Only redress and is your privilege. Allegheny City torchlight procession. A mooting was held on monday night Quot at the Mot larks 8tul Moying they break in and steal. Not satisfied with thrusting burning torches into the faces of Little children breaking their Torch Sticks Over the Heads of inoffensive old men and women firing pistols promiscuously into the crowd wielding the Sabre indiscriminately on any and every person in their Way robbing and stealing whenever Opportunity presented while participating in the grand Torch Light procession of monday night they carry the War. Into their own stronghold and on tuesday morning commence a systematic pillaging and desk oiling of the Quot stores of citizens known to them As unfriendly in politics. They smashed the show window of or. Jos. Abeles drug store Corner of fifth Avenue and Grant Street. Covle amp Bros. Shoe store windows were Ais Oshinash de and the goods partially ransacked. They then attacked ithe jewelry establishment formerly kept by or. W. Wiley but now by messes. Begs amp Hoyle. They burst open the door and smashed furniture and goods to the value of $400. A Man named Gustave Gravner was struck in the Side with a Boulder and seriously Hurt in connection with the affair and other parties were More or less injured during the Progress of the attack. Information was made before mayor Blackmore charging Thomas Grogan John Morphy John Mccarthy John Bradford and Bernard Gallagher with not. Or. Gravner also made information against Grogan for felonious assault and Battery and Richard Jenkins also connected with the jewelry store made another information against Grogan for malicious mischief in breaking the window and smashing a valuable looking Glass. War Ere is3ued and Grogan Bradford and Gallagher were arrested. They will have a hearing this morning. Collected part of the tax As a representative of the City awhile another tax collector of the Ward had collected As a representative Ward the former had collected ten Mills while the latter collected but eight Mills. The matter should be adjusted As soon As possible is the treasurer was making up his yearly accounts which would be rendered before the next meeting of . A a a the president suggested that the Man a should be referred to the finance com Mittee. A motion to refer the matter to Tho finance committe with Power to was c3fn6dia a. Or. Eaton read a communication from the committee onco lored schools giving a history of the organization from which it appears that the schools wore organized on the 15th of november 1837, in the basement of the Baptist Church on Robinson Street. Miss Matilda Ware was appointed As their to principal and continued in that capacity for nearly Twenty nine years when a higher salary called her elsewhere a 8. A. Neale a then elected to Fiu the position which he has occupied for the last twelve years. Since their organization in the. Church building these Honda personal a Rev Joseph King the Minoh esteemed and appreciated pastor of the first Christiari Chapel Allegheny City a heed Home yesterday after a very pleasant ? tour throughout Continental Jott lug by the Wayside have fts�on���1mshea in the Gazette and will 222 a bore than favourably with the 1 h0 0 instr us that Vejl a a Dray. We Welcome take occsllnnt16?11�?� Home and Here 8ddreoiated lift p m put a Bis Minoh �?osrekdisthi&sf�?Tj0 on journal from of on pages. To secondary feature pm Uro the ladies of Grace Church mount Washington have prepared r at masonic her. Where Alro Rafra ii m we win be served this evening. No a thai a re Cessions Are so much in Vogue gents most and ladies not opposed to a non n he state of won find the Hal Quot convenient and attractive place for a Point procession or promenade around table covered with Chaste adornments or Laden with tempting viands. Any profits arising from this fair and festival will be in Aid of Grace Chur Obj mount Washington which we mention As a still bettor motive for the patronage due to the estimable ladies who Nave gotten up and Are conducting the Feir. A a a a a a a a a a.--7-, building the schools have been located in various portions of the City and finally became settled in the comm onions and convenient building which they at present occupy. The present building is located on Webster Street second Ward and has been fitted up in an admirable manner for the purpose. Ito on gains four rooms three of which Are furnished. It is Well lighted and ventilated and the Fernl tire is of the Best Quality. The play ground is of suitable size and the whole affair is one which entirely meets the wants of the coloured population and will in All probability do so for fifteen years to Home. The enrolment of pupils for the past year was 278, who an Averige attendance of 178. The fifteenth of november in each year is al Way observed As anniversary to commemorate the organization of the schools. The following appointments of teachers for the evening schools in the various wards were approved first Ward assistant principal miss Mary Carpenter. X by and Ward assistant miss l. V. The rooms of the fourth Ward Allegheny Tanner club on Sandusky Street by the delegates from the Tanner clubs of the different wards of Allegheny City with a View to getting up a torchlight processor before the october election for Allegheny City. The meeting Wes largely attended there being in All Over i ort delegates Rop resenting every Ward in a Etheny City. Am Rhyns so a was a a Elled to chair and. H. Davis appointed Secretary. The Teo unanimously decided to have a u Loy Jukim Anu l a in a scr. Procession throughout in the tombs the Sirato electbin5"v?1.if Evsi a be it re the a. A election october Irith of All Fhy procession some and Tanner clubs of Allegheny City Little boys hallowed for Grant and a portion cobs and Irant Andje Ann a of Tho same crowd made a Rush to redress 7h�?z he a k Quot hic a organizations also Tho grievance when officer Montgo Koerv ,8 Bataz a a a Dray Dent and firemen of Alle tried to preserve quiet and for his trouble seen pit a Burgh and a a surrounding he was set upon by the rowdies beat with. Quot a Wuhs and townships As could join i5 stick and Cut Over the head with a Saber ? evening. General Charles Barnes by a fellow named Ward the same i divid Quot a r�8.e?,c� a met Hal by acclamation a a f and capt. H. S. Fleming As chief staff. It Waff understood that Tho procession should too Aiston five divisions two from Aileese a a a two rom Pittsburgh and one trom Tho boroughs and townships South of committees were appointed to Bonds al Menlai. Our genial Friend Alderman Mcmasters was pleasantly engaged on monday. While seated in his cozy Little office he was startled out of an agreeable reverie by a summons which required his immediate presence in the county boarding House better known As the county jail. In obedience to the mandate he quickly placed himself within its massive portals when the reason of the sudden Call became apparent. Charles Cole of a Coal Hue had met Eliza Hackett of the same complexion. Meeting Thev had loved loved wisely and As the sequel v we a these Twain desired Mormance of that Peculiar ceremony which of two makes one. The obliging Squire Ever ready to accommodate made haste in the twinkling of an Eye it was done and Hackett. No longer Hackett but in be tiv e9eiv Quot a Tfaye congratulations of her friends m the private parlor of the courteous Warden Scandrett. A ceremony Over the worthy official to roughly strongly opposed to the doctrine of a Greenback for Bonds a a was never the less compelled for once to forego Bis principles and in fact the doctrine. By some process of reasoning he brought him Folk Fnu ten Lei up t0 the p0int�?T but retired feeling that in some cases at least it was the perfection of honesty and Justice. Amusements f the opera was a Small attendance at the opera House last evening the people being too much engrossed with political affairs to devote due attention to the drama. Or. Mark Smith As Clever an actor As we have had Here for Many Aday sustained the character of sir ant r8 1� , in th0 Standard comedy of firm j�7�,1 a u a manner which fully Cou it Oil 5 High encomium is he has won elsewhere. The other parts were very Well the no by be company and altogether was put on the stage to a highly creditable manner. This evening a London we Hope Ual who struck or. Clokey. Ward was among those arrested previously referred to. A charge of aggravated assault and Battery has been preferred against him by the officer and in addition to the payment of a Fine of $25 and costs for attempted res-1 a a a i m a a to Cue he is held to bail in the sum of $1 000 a Leot division commanders to designate for trial v i the route on invitations and printing the committee re a a 6 the River. For trial officer Dan. Graham a very Good Democrat in his efforts to preserve peace and save a number of Little girls from the violence of the rowdies was attacked and beaten Over the head with Torch handles and clubs. His head has some very largely Dot Jve loped bumps. Yesterday morning on Federal Street near Swartz Sprng store a great Burly fellow on horse Bank Rol sponged to a faint cheer for Grant from a Little girl by inflicting a severe Gash on her Cheek with his whip. He Rode on unmolested proud of his prowess. I on Ohio Street in front of John Bush a then adjourned to meet on ,? at the bime place. The �f1�?~h"proues31�u. The divisions and positions to be assigned the different clubs Ana the route will Beon nuanced at As Early a Date As practicable. Y it is intended by Tho republicans of Allegheny City to make this demonstration the granel one of the Campaign and they Are it Wax ?,lh0 preparations for it which cannot Bat insure Success. The fir ladies of our sister City Are lending their assistance also and propose giving a Bat we cd or exec to Quot tobacco store a woman named mrs. Gill debt rect which turns out on the evening of by that was <1 vat a a nil to _ a. I tll0 a in 1 Oto roof or it a b a. Assurance will be pre see Tel and a How dance. A a a a a a larger audience in Wattem by the Way a very Good Democrat in some Way offended a horseman who had dismounted to take drink. It is possible she was a Little Spunky and showed fight. She wa3 kicked in the stomach Aud knocked Down by this cowardly brute. At the Columbia engine House a num. The procession the largest num her of men in proportion to the Republican vote polled on Erinkay no phrase Nihti a by made at the Kink. All the neighbouring Dobs and associations will be cordially invited to at Tond. And join in the demonstration. The ,r,, will be out her of the members of that company had Tbs re will be a Brilliant display of fire their wives and Sisters assigned places in along the route of the procession their Hall overlooking Tho procession. Of a Hen re to pet a that a be streets of ailed a Vanir in from ugly dark touring the evening of Tho democratic procession will thirty Ward assistants misses Hunter Dogan or testy Hull and Bennett a Hoghes Ards Mossea Mary Morton sad after some Disen Sion the App in Mente were confirmed. The Holiday question. A Surv ? moved that the various shools be dismissed one Day daring the county fair. S or. Eaton amended that Friday be the Day appointed for the schools to visit the fair in a body a or. Brown opposed the motion. He thought that those who wished to attend the Lair should do so and those who wished to attend school should have the school open for them after some further discussion the motion woe lost. Tor. Swift moved that the question be referred to a special committee to report forfeiture operations. Or. Boyle amended that no school be dismissed for a Holiday without previous notice from . A a or. Brown thoughts Standard Rule would. _ o f. A we a to k v/11. I n Cas Lodal cheese were Given for Grant by some of the ladies when a number of Mudlark left the ranks and attempted to go us stairs to punish the indignity. It is needless to Sav that Columbia s sons we uld protect her daughters and the assailants were met at Tho threshold by a Wall of republicans who never turned Tail upon the enemy whore the rebels were braver than this invading column. A fight ensued pistols were fired and the a mud so retreated in disorder. Further on As the old third Ward Dolega tion was standing in line on st. Clair now sixth Street in front of the Sherman House a fight occurred Between one of the members of the delegation and a Man on the sidewalk. Or. Lowry proprietor of the House stepped out among the combatants at d attempted to. Restore order. The members of the delegation misunderstood h s movement and at once turned upon him. He ran into the bar room closely pursued hut succeeded in making his escape. His pursuers then comment eco to destroy the bar fixtures and their efforts in this direction were an entire Success. Fancy bottles were broken mirrors shattered and windows demolished. About Twenty dollars 1u postal cur Fenoy and notes Bach were in the Money drawer were taken by the crowd. The House was finely Lum Lnor cd at the time of the attack and the Lan erns and flags with which it was decorated suffered considerable damage it is Idle to enumerate. We have not the space. The professions Day and night were remarkable for the views displayed More frequently on inoffensive children and women Ana old men., l we will not close this account Wilmut giving great Ordelt to the Allegheny Pouch acting under mayor Drums orders to it Reserve the peace for their determination to do their duty under the most trying circumstances. To their Devotion to duty in places where it was a much As a maps a be to differ let alone make an arrest they battled against Odds and As far As their Foroe would permit raved the City Forfi greater disorder and riot than did prevail. To following arrests were made for the a a a granted Rescue and disorder at the a Etheny mayors office on monday night. They had a bearing yesterday morning and thai cases were disposed or As follows or. A. Bid hard Burke $25 and costs committed inert. Rey �?.?�, not b�111? pm to jail. Hugh Ward $25and crafts Hedaia his Fine. David Clemens pah. Cup Nelly James Mito Holl Pat. Gui and Peter Martin each paid Twenty five dollars Fine and Costa. George a boons Richard Haley and John Fox in default of Fine were Oom muted Lor. Thirty Days to jail n amendment not Neidg Seo adopted. A Rigual motion was pm 4 fofes1 0"11� eighth Ward mkt did a �.,mation respecting the ool Lection of Uzee in him a a ii have to wait wbk a her they would Alt Antii a he report of the finance be Brilliant with the Chi Nese a Antoniw flags and decorations with which her Cul Zens can be so profuse in decorating their ce��ion8 g re utes of pub loan pro arc Stop a thief Aud recovery of stolen goods. We stated several weeks since that a Largo Quantity of wearing apparel consisting of several overcoats dress boats and pantaloons and also a Gold headed Cane had teen taken from Tho office of j. A. Emery no. 68fifth Avenue. The Stolon Pron erty jointly belonged to or. Emery and his Brothers. The attention of the was directed to the a a Mossner Gumbert Atod to work us attached to a Man ltd she 80n�?T wbk a via a cd the a fico always Wop pretty fair was without apparent Means l set a h m Lon of the a an was Given to Tho officers. A week or ton d?y8.Ai,n.c�r Messner a labors were in neighbourly. Mrs. Emma Richey and mrs. Mary Evans Are next door neighbors in South Pittsburgh. Mrs. Richey states that mrs. Evans has been in the habit for a month past, the contents of an article of chamber furniture on her front Steps she was Only detected in the on saturday a a do mrs. Richey having forsaken for do any touch to keep watch Der All we Bisberto unknown Offen der., Alderman Mcmasters issued a warrant for the arrest of mrs Evans on Achara mischief. She was App re 8 3ph. 8378 for 8 bearing to Day sudden death. A Coroner Clawson yesterday morning held an inquest on the body of an elderly Man named Samuel Black a resident of Rochester who Feu dead at the Corner of fifth .8tre.et k appears that m come the Cir a in business a Quot onday it and was on his Way to the Allegheny depot intending to ret Rhon the ted6 the to a when,.he fei1 dead As st to taken to the residence or h.8 sister no. 77 Grant Street where the hmm was Beldy and verdict of death from apoplexy rendered. Instructive amusement. William Eyler has Wagon making establishment Corner of Cherry and Virgin iviity8 Eyler so ates that the Brothers Hovore 8\. I7wo other lads named respect to Verron and Goggins Amasa 88 on a Sanday afternoon by do to Lishing a considerable portion of the establishment. The windows doors several wagons ac., ac., Bear Marks of the band of destruction. The two oilers were arrested and gave bail for a hearing. The other two have not been arrested. Error and . The great Cox motion that has heed caused by the extremely Low prices at which the finest and most fashionable styles of ladies furs Are being sold at the great first class House of William Fleming no. 139/wood Street still continues. The people do appreciate real bargains when offered and they also appreciate Fine qualities of goods and neat and Beautiful styles. These Are Hbl a Gre a and a a a portent features that have draw to this House the Trade of All classes of the Community. Whilst old fog House Are grumbling and growling ant Duffil times and customers being scarce and Whf few. They get unwilling to Taree Perfito tor inferior goods this great v hat Cap an a a Dies fur al Oustis constantly thronged with customers both wholesale and retail departments who Foffi by appreciate the favor of being boo of save from fifteen to t Wenty five per cent on their purchases and at the same time get fresh made new goods of belter Materia tand of Quot or a cd Ore desirable than can or Bouses where Thev Are tin r willing to sell Uncle its Thev ran profits on old and inferior a cd ods Sam big the Marathon Suver a Lang company has a special charter from the Stote of Pennsylvania. By the private prospectus of the company their working capital is $100,000, of Winch $50,000 is preferred Stock which entitles the Holder to draw interest on its i Par value at the rate of 12 percent. Per j Cherae ftk8ess/ not avowed join a i sfmf3 y anamnl01i8 consent of the Stock a present at a meeting called for this a spec it Ai purpose. Their property is Oaid for place their Stock before the Nubi the Fri Quot indebtedness to liquidate. Jim big a r8�are business men and of experience in Ming affairs. It is Detty asserted that no better or safer in s a raiment a Ever been offered to the Phi fun not Filat paper y j11 1 6611 tested Ai found first class and in a Short time it presumed that this company will been inter put 9 re Jarge dividends beyond to interest guaranteed on its preferred stoc. For wednesday october 7th, at we. 25 cents pair mod Ozen coloured gloves sightly spotted a Good Bargai Brown and Black water proof. Heavy Jacque cloth barred country flannel White country flannel Plain and willed flannel i Btte country blankets extra heavy coverlets and other desirable Winter goods at extremely Low prics it War. Wholesale and retail at we Seattle so 180 and 182 Federal Street j a Etheny. A a of App a hands face and All roughness of the skin certainly cured by using the a a pm of wry rap. Read by Caswell Haz of How 8w York it surpasses All other remedies As it will prevent roughness of the skin if used during old weather it is easily a sued avoiding All the trouble of the Greasy compounds now in use. It ran be used by ladies with the most tender ski without irritation or Jain making it soft and Clear. Sold by the druggists a parties interested in Church buildings Are invited to examine critically the character of the stained enamelled etched and gr�?deias3 made by Page Zellers a Duff 8 Wood Street. In uniformity of color Beauty of design and perfect finish the article made by this firm will compare tav orally with anything imported. S?.�?~ White Lime calcined s?shlu�cste�?otnt�?T18 81 e0ker died lmabeth�?~c0bsatt. Gea a a a by in to Morrow g a Prog j res a tineral furnishing goods of tire Oisby a. Booms open by and no hot 55 carriages furnished s Heine and cd so Rev. A sold Kerr n to we w do Bomm Ewing Esq Scoti a City where their cos tin i a a a a dwt inn Coffua stat a to sloo., bodies prepared for inter of wnw�7 Emery three charts a y 616 preferred against Steven the him log 7 thsta5ding the vigilance of a a in evaded arrest until yester i a was a akan into custody by Ssiss ift�i10?-�nd grab or. He is Ift look up Aud will have a hear Albi uhf s3 go in examination of his Pawn tickets were found a a old 3-f.8 and 1�?~ la an probed that they answer1 for the stolen property. A a i More of it. A v. Frank Moffat a philadelphian was Bhot pud dangerously wounded on monday morning bygone of the participants in the democratic procession. It seems that Moffat was Riding in one of the cars of the Cit daa Siiger railway on Penn Street when the procession came along. To cheered for Grant and Colfax which matted a discussion when one of those in the ranks fed a revolver the Ball taking effect in his shoulder and inflicting a a painful and dangerous wound. He was carried into deafness. Blindness Catarrh and ail affections of the Throat lungs heart stomach liver and nervous Svel Tom treated successfully at or. Aborno say fun a a a ? sure Loal Institute no. 134 Smithfield Street. pm a a rens of Holt Zeimer a first class ri3.?,mr00ma�?T atre8t> next door to the Post Offit Are always sure of receiving the very Best in the Market served in the Moet elegant and clean Liest style and at most reasonable Caster reason has opened and the �?v6rb a Fobe delicious bivalves once More we dicing rooms of6 i to Hehlo Stoffler a Etc Dext d00 new Aid second hand books. Novel magazines ac., bought for castors so on Oom Miralou at col. J. Egante Lith re a cmos metallic 8elf-iei���i��ii�?f51�a-Ward. Brewood Fml Tatton it a no sss&c5no3.noc5s�?~1 tevet sefts Ebarle. Bert Hora be an<10iirtas.ft,�?.krse of a Bort notice. Carriage.fo�sh3ifto rsss2r� Meh the a. A a a Quot a scotch Pebble spectacles jabs after to impe0ve the sight Street next door to the Post office stationery of All kinds and Tov. S1�?1 Jarley wholesale Andreton mini Quot j. Egans 41 sixth Avenue. L we mrhra8ntohawe%fi quarters no. 81 Market Street head at col cd egans. 41 of in a rare and valuable Ameri Rantej 5,venn�. Publications at half priced my pm reign Barry books Rhia of a egans a fifth at h new party who fired i to shot was not arrested Mew a w e 8ale by dun8eath amp has Lett. W fifth Street. Mercha1�t tailor Corner of Peak and Stclai streets fall and Winter goods a a go Otke Calimeres uniting a or Reo a big it Attu Lonb of Good herpes he do Quot merchant tailor #0.60 at ?e�of1e��l� with All the Jaako them of in a now prepared to. Zoo let Oura new one i 8. Sutton m. D., / surgeon. No. 167 fourth Avenue

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