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Depart arc and arrival of paid Euci. Train. Pit Burgh fori Wayne ted Chicago Railroad. Ffora Corner of Liberty and Grant streets Pittsburgh loupes. Arrito. 1 60 a. M. K&0 p. M. 1 4,. P. M. 2 1o a. M. For new arrives. 8 16 a. M. 2 10 p. M. Ail and express train. Express a Riun. From. Federal Street station. Allegheny Brighton and Way stations leaves. Fir to train. A second train. 4 41 a a a. Fenny Winin hair Ckuj. A from Corner of Quot Liberty and Grant streets loaves. Arrives. Express train. P m. 1 40 p. M. My al a a. 5a0 a. M. 1 16 a. M. Fast line. A. M. 1 44 a. M. Johnstown Accomma ovation iku6 p. M. La Rte a. M. La Cost Turtle greek 11 20 a m. 6 60 a. M second a a a a. P m. 1 10 p. M. Turd a a a a a a a a a a &20 p m. 6 10 p. M. It Quot Attebury and be Railroad. From lil it erty and Grant streets a leaves. Aves. ,.� rate. 1m a. M. Flu h. M depress train. P m. 6 46 a. M orphan so fair Apex neighbourhood news. Gre by a a co?a prisoner in the Wayno Burg jail on a Barge of a tuft escaped on Friday last under the following circumstances a it appears that a gentleman Hud gone up into the a a loft of the a institution a for the purpose of getting a bag of outs and left his son at the outside door to provent the escape of any Pris the latest news owners when this Man Henry Bealer came irom his cell with a Largo Cli Lub in his hand. O x t every night at -2t a a. L x. Meeting of councils. The cite a a nails hold a special mooting on thursday night. _ in select Council or a maid irom to Quot Wazir Goin Mitten presented a report submitting the annual statement of the superintendent of the water works the total Extension of pipes during the year was 2,890feet which added to former amount 142,02.1, makes 145,-1 08 or a Little Over Twenty seven Miles of Pipo now Laid in the City. Tola i Revenue �69.21 3 o total expenses s27,, balance Irv favor of the City $41,113 29 the report was oct opt Aid and referred to finance committee for information. Or. Ward from Oom Raitto on Street presented the annual report of the Street commit tee the total Cost of work Dono chargeable to Quot citizens was $10,367 6� Cost of Street Crossings $1,664 71 appropriation $500 deficiency $1,164 71 amount expended for cleaning streets $1,999 78 balance in funds $200 22. Repairs in 1st District $3,624 23 in 2d District $2,663 10. Sewer appropriation $1,670 60. Report accepted and referred to finance committee for information. Or. Phillips from the Market committee reported that they deemed the renting of City Hall and the markets wholly inexpedient. The same gentleman presented the annual report or the Market committee. Amount of Revenue collected by the clerk $9,708 77 no uncollected by superintendent $11,003 63, of Kingan aggregate of $20,712 40, an increase of $1,092 74 Over last year. Report accepted and referred to finance committee for information. Or Blair presented a report from the joint committee of Allegheny and Monongahela wharf to whom was referred the plan for extending the water lines of the two Rivers recommending councils to take such action As would secure to the City the title to and control. Of Tho land Erato acid within theft posed lines. Accepted. Or. Hurdman offered a complimentary Resolution to or. My Auley the president for ule proper careful and courteous manner in which no had performed hit duties. Or m Auy rejoined in a neat and appropriate Farwel speech. The Council then adjourned nor die. In common Council or. Robb presented the following Resolution Tia Ohad thai the controller tie authorized i Transfer for 2ft from appropriation no. To appropriation no a 11 read three Rimes and passed. Or. Campbell from the finance committee and told the boy to let him pass or to would kill him. Tho boy stood aside and let the villain escape. The sheriff of the county was away from Home. Up to thi9 time no clue to the runaway has been had. Westmorland county?on last saturday a Man named George Shaffer a Weaver residing in South Huntingdon township procured a Jug of whisky and got drunk. At night while warming himself he fell backwards into the fire and was severely Burnt before Relief reached him. At last accounts it was thought he would not recover. On Christmas Day a Man named William Cairns residing at Eagle Coal works one mile West of Irwin station had his hand terribly lacerated by the accidental disc Nargo of a pistol which be was handling the Ball entering the wrist and passing out at the top of the hand. Washington co?on Friday morning last a Young lady named Isabella m i shall residing at the House of or. John Dickinson in Franklin township was terribly burned by her clothes catching fire while standing before a fire from her Knees to her shoulder she burned almost to a Crisp the most Evoro bums being on her Bank. She lingered in great pain till sunday morning when she died. Deceased was Only sixteen years old. Armstrong co?on tuesday morning last Little Bild named Charles son of or. We Jack of Kittang. Was accidentally horned to death it had been left a few minutes by the Mol her seated at to breakfast table when its clothes caught fire with what result to have state. Thu jul Fiat january 611�, 1880 mrs. Murphy nn4 mrs Marron tried yesterday for Esnault and Battery were both foul guilty and sentence deferred. Louis Uredell was tried for assault and Battery m kick ing Rachel Rapp which was proven. Verdict guilty of Assa Ait and defendant sentenced to Poy the costs. Adam Zechma was tried for assault and Battery on James k. Polk Myers and George m. Gallas Myers with a sprig of Willow in Mccully s Basket factory fifth Ward. Verdict not guilty county to the costs. Noah Ray a lad of seventeen was tried for the larceny of several articles of clothing from John Miu hell in old coloured Man who keeps a second hand clothing shop in the basement of the Post building. Verdict 3st teleo Bap ii. Special despatches exclusively tor the Pittsburgh Post by the National Telegraph congressional intelligence guilty with a recommendation that the prisoner lie Scot to the House of Refuge. The com t aids he had already been there for the same offence but that nevertheless the recommendation would be Coua dered. John Thalhammer of Stewartstown. Was placed on trial for Selling liquor to minors on oath of Rebecca e. A eth a a Quot a a Hanna on the 26th of december last. Several witnesses testified to having purchased liquor St various times. Wilson Reichart a Tad of eighteen residing next door the Art manager of the Art exhibition now in Progress at Morton s Hall lust week informed us that they would probably close with this week to night or tomorrow night kit we Trust they Quot a a by a Oon Ider their determination and give to the pubic the privilege of enjoying this Fine collection for a longer period. There Are we know Many of our citizens who have not own it and Many who would gladly go again. The Experiment has been a Success and although the receipts have not been extravagant they have been sufficient to defray to expenses Long us ibo number of daily Mil fittes Penayos of Gas rent and no it May to kept open at presented an ordinance entitled a an ordinance relating to the a a a a a a ing Resolution and the follow a United. That the City solicitor is Scruby out hosted to assign under the direction of the commuter i owned by the it by to such person As said committee May direct m payment of liabilities of the City. Keao Lutious and ordinance read three tune and passed. A Resolution authorizing Charles Nelson to erect a Frame table within the City limits was passed. The second joint Rule of councils was amen business of the select Council was then concurred in and the common Council of 1859 adjourned a sine die. Stein at a pianos a it will be seen by card of the messes. Klebor in another column that they shortly expect another Fine lot of the celebrated Steinway pianos with improved full Iron Frame Over strings it acc. These instruments have become exceedingly Jio Pular he of late and the messes. A Veleber inform us that the Supply is altogether inadequate to the de Rand for them. They have sold As it Aji pears two separate lots of them during the Holiday and Are at this moment without a single piano of that make 111 the War rooms. A b w Days More will see them again Woll supplied there with and we take pleasure in apprising our readers of that fact. Ufos speaker yet a from h a v a n a. Death of a Philadelphia physician. Philadelphia january 5?the Snow storm continued until Nightfall yesterday covering the ground with u sufficient depth for Slough aug causing a general turn out of everything available on runners. The weather was moderate until after night when the wind freshened up and it blew keen and cold causing Tho Mercury to fall to within a few degrees of Zero during the night. The Sleigh ing is very Good. F on tuesday evening a Man named Frederick Steinbecker who who employed in the glue and curled Bah manufactory of Baeder Delaney amp Adamson. Fifth Street below the Germantown Road fell into a vat of boiling water and was so dreadfully scalded that he died of his injuries vhf vierday morning. He left a wife and be Elul children. Pennsylvania legislature. Hope that so tors will cover insurance we hone it May least a week or so longer the Franklin banquet and Ball a to committee of the typographical in on who have in charge the banquet and Hall to Uko place on the 17th inst., the anniversary of Franklin s birthday Are using a 1 exertions to make it pass off pleasantly. We have been shown specimens of the invite sons and to amp Keri which Are models of typography executed with commendable taste. The other Deta u Are in Progress and we have no doubt but the Occam icon will be More interesting than any of like character for years and that Tho attendance will be Large. Discharged and recommitted. A the grand jury having ignored a Bill for assault and Battery against John Quinn committed to a ail on wednesday he was yesterday discharge. De by the court but sent Back for costs on e Bill for assault and bakery against Chisto Pher Burns upon which he was prosecutor the grand jury having ignored the Bill. Burns was discharged _. ,. Mas. K Mccollister widow of the late Jacob Mccollister will As will to noticed or her card continue the business of her husband tobacco snuff and cigars at the old stand fifth Street. Tho freq enters of tha place will be glad to learn that they will not to obliged to change their place of purchasing the Weed As it Cau be had Here in All its varieties. _ the Gold weather seems to have but Little effect upon the Quot workmen employed upon the new suspension Bridge As although the wind blows keenly up the Allegheny Tho Briare still at work wrapping the outer Cabin and laying the planks upon die girders. The Bridge will probably be so far completed by the first or March As to allow the passage of wagons. New books a John 9. Davidson Corner of Wood Street and Diamond Alley publishes in another column a list of now books received by Hui. Hoha a full Aua orment of Standard works and is constantly receiving additions thereto. To would advise an examination of Hla Stock. Amok liquor baying sometimes on credit. This witness testified that this any to noon when court adjourned George Kiskadden sons Label of to Haler township went to him and told him to had i etus go Home and not appear against Thal Hamracer. Defendant and the Constable were together the com a passed on while Kiskadden was talking Frith witness. K. Said be would give i tue Money to take Hisiu Home and burrowed fifteen cells from some one which he gave him tolling him to Clear Oft Home. The boy started hut afterwards returned and to formed the District attorney of the circumstance. Subsequently Kiskadder met him in the Rotunda and told Hui if he did not go Home to would be put m the Jug. Or. Collier counsel for prosecution said that another witness a boy Voung a Ciao Reichert who had la Een m attendance in the morning had gone Home. I Aluig also to it Een tampered with by Kiskadden. Or. Collier remarked dial this tampering with witnesses had of late been of serious annoyance to the Commonwealth and he thought an example should to made in this Case judge met lure said that if Ihu party wore indicted and found Guy in he would get ample a untie a chi motion of District attorney Millor the court directed that Kut Kadden be hold in $300 Trail not answer at the present term of court for Laisiu Ctm witness a in the above Case Kiskadden gave the required bed in the ease it Thal Zommor the jury found a verdict of guilt upon which a emetic was deferred w e no the a that is add a a by to ramp sowing machines Are eve by who re ask Tow Ledger to la i the them for family and it mud Aetui Rory us. Person Vii a a tug to i Nuu Hlucny will do Well a cull add the above before buying other on Winch they can Only do certain Kinda of work. Whit the a will , heavy nod Light work Equi Only Woll and i o not a liable o get out of repair a. M Mornh amp it a co. It it of Allegheny Cuy Are the agents of tie Ai Jvn valuable Machinot George w. Smith a amp Iwko malt8tku, and hop Draluk put Street Pittsburgh. Havi no cum minced Rke wino for tie Mut on. I Ain now prepared let furn a a my Cua Loroesh with a Riu prior article if fresh in Addison to my regular Iwanda. I am inane if tur my a very Kinf. Flavoured bit Eft ale put up in a mail packages expire Aly for family us a. This ale i Anothny a Deh Gotful Bev Trug. But � highly recommended by the a Nedic i faculty. Fat a a valid a lug re a mild noun Ahing tonic it in Purtil. I hat iii of it celebrated we Gelison bottled Albs on hand consist log of Kennrtt by ?Ttp.k and Champagne Porter and brawn St it Dot. Package sent to any not of uie oily. Hiigli a death of Bishop John n. Now Hau thirty sixth in of Latess. Tho Loti a Peti of new the ii tout or do. J. amp Stokach brr Reaa. The most remarkable Medicine a it the Day of Tho Man our a that have been performed with it in Cut of la or complaint by pm a to. Nervous la bitty and other Dia Enave arising from a disorder of stomach and hear places it at once among the most astonishing discoveries take a pin a in the medical a orld. The diseases to which tuers Aro applicable Are so uni vent amp a. That there Are but few of our Friend who May not test their Virtues in their own families or cd a Cir of acquaint Nova and pro a to their own Suu Astruon that there in amp i least one remedy a Doug Tho Many Ady ruled med Clumb deserving the Public to toll bold by druggists and dealers generally Ever where him Zettek a Mitu. Manufacturer and proprietors a tag no i Atoy. An jut of Root december la 1n.�9. From this Date Joseph w. Spencer to. 80 Iff Arket will i he hit his sly Fenior Stock of Silks shawls cloaks Merino burned to death?ou wednesday Afler noon mrs. Harris the wife of a tailor at work in Ici tanning who resides in the third Story of a House on Isabella Street a few doors from Federal Allegheny went Down stairs about four of clock leaving her son a Little fellow of two years and a half old in Tho room. Soon after she heard screams and on returning to the apartment found Bis clothes on lire and the Bild enveloped in flames. He was terribly burned to much that be lingered in great pain through the night and died on thursday morning. The Coroner held an inquest and the jury fou id a verdict in accordance with Tho fact. Ice?"workmen Are engaged in cutting from the Allegheny River below the Sua eur Eion Bridge ice for the ensuing summer. The River is broken nearly half Way across. The ice has a thickness of six to eight inches is Clear As Crystal and is better than what we wore obliged to last season. The Supply is plentiful and our dealers Are taking advantage of the fact to fill up their houses at the earliest possible time and prevent the Scarcity of last year. _ Dis Charuka a John Gallagher who has been for some time con lined to prison for the alleged murder of mrs. Gallagher who died on Prospect Street last fall As was then said from the effect of cruelty on the part of John Gallagher and upon whose body two coroners inquests were held the physicians before the latter testifying that death ensued from natural causes notwithstanding which the jury adhered to their verdict implicating Gallagher he was discharged yesterday by judge my Clure Echo grand jury having ignored the Bill against Biro _ i i Toje new councils meet at eleven of clock to Day in their Chambers for to purpose of receiving Tho returns of the i amp to election and organizing for the present year. The mayor controller and treasurer elect will also be a worn in though they do not assume their duties until the first of february the Republican have As last year a Large majority in councils thirty seven to eleven on joint ballot. The democrats have three members in select and eight in common Council. I far grocery and commission firm? Call attention to Tho card of messes. Means a coffin in another place. To it succeed to a he business of my landless Means amp co., of which both were partners an old and Well a to abolished House in the wholesale grocery and commission line. We Hope they May have their full share of business As they Are both Good business men honest and competent. Died suddenly?a Man named David Jones died quite suddenly in hardscrabble on wednesday. To had been drinking freely for some time and his death was attributed to that cause. A the orphan he fair at City flail still continues to attract Many visitors. It will remain open but a Fow Days longer and those who contemplate a visit should go soon the of the Diamond i acc and the Marst meeting of tin Market commit a a on the slut Ull the acco Ouia of the Diamond Market were examined and found to be Correct. The amount collected and paid to the treasurer of the Market and the City treasurer for the year 18w, was�1,002 76, and balance of $2 68 Cah in hand the amount Fouec Teddy 1868, was �0,601 33. It will be seen that the increase of the receipt of the present Over those of last year is 102 80. This increase is More notable on account of the fact that for More than two Mouths of the year while improvement on the Market House were in Progress a considerable portion of the Revenue was Cut off. Thi publication is made to Counte Raol the effect of certain Idle rumours which have been circulated respecting the inability of the superintendent to Settle his account he always � and Settle his account he always � an it. Ready to Settle correctly and produce his vouchers. Allen Cordell always Wilt be vouchers. Ordell superintendent of the Diamond Market. Katino by steam?As a testimonial of the Workmanlike manner perfect action of their self Reguia ung machines safety Economy in fuel and the Little attention necessary to keep each room comfortable and dress at goods Pantic prices. Panic prices. Panic prices. Del 6 _ _ _ ats cheap at Fly Ming so h clothing cheap at Fleming a Caw cheap at Fleming a by steam a. Rumburgh and which has met our approval and Jve would recommend them to the Public to give entire heating by steam. R. Miller or. John Marshall or. M. Tyndle George Wilbon John Wilson l. Wilcox directors. Davis k Phillips steam beating one up emf plumbing and Brant founder Deaten in every description of at fixtures and pump no 67 Wood and 148 first Street Pittsburgh. Stirtm cheap at Fleming uiajve3 cheap at Fleming a umbrellas cheap at Fleming Selemi n g it sde81 Corner of Wood and Tith streets. For Sale. Two scholarships in the Bir m1ngham commercial College. Enquire at thi v ears gifts. A boots and shoes a very suitable present for a gift at the cheap store of Jos. H. Borland 98 Market second door from fifth Street. 49givo Meao All _ first session. Washington january 0?sknatk.-Senate Mot at Ono o clock thi not Oroson. Or. King of new York Tion for governor Edwin d. Morgan o York and Throe Hundred others praying for the passage of the Homestead Bill. A Resolution was adopted that when the see Alo adjourn it Start adjourned until Mon in a. Hamuud of South Carolina naked to be excused from i Erv Irig on Tho finance committee. Motions to print the Brest Cut s message and treasurer s report was referred to the committee on a Nnttie or Fessenden of Maine asked a it be excused from the special committee Oil the to Utonn Laud Grant. The Senate then adjourned Over till Mon Duy Houk or. Morrish a of Illinois offered a it of lotion which was re tid fur information that the of Public t Uil Ditzig he directed to replace the do a it is and chairs of they we to in this Hill previous to their removal and to enable him to do of that to be directed to prepay for temporary occupancy the old Ball of representative or. Morrin said he would no Mccall up the Resolution thu morning. Or. Bingham of Ohio and uhf cd is objected to the Resolution. Or. Montgomery of Pennsylvania said that or. Colfax yesterday at looked Bis former proposition for a temporary organization of the grounds of it immig a violation of the Constitution he had offered it in Good Faith. We Are in debt to the mail contractors to the amount of Lour millions of dollars. It is an honest debt honestly contracted for a service honestly performed. It is not a democratic Republican or american debt but a National debt if the House should adopt his proposition they could pass the Post office appropriation Bill and redeem the credit of Tho nation. Or. Wilson of Indiana said that if the gentleman was anxious to Pov Tho debt be would ask him to adopt the plurality Rule now. Or. Montgomery replied that if to wore to accept it others were unwilling to do so if three fourths were willing to accept it. And Tho other fourth protests against 11, an organization mid not i effect a nor if Ovon ten men protested. His or. Montgomery s propose lion was fair Bones and just he insisted that it was constitutional. He referred to the past legislative history to show the precedents established in such cases. Or. 9tevens of -pa., asked whether his colleague could show that before Tiro permanent organization of any Goue no Ike a or. Irm. Had been elective or. Montgomery replied that la 18.19 and 1840 John to Liucy Adams was elected chairman of the House. Or. Stevens was or. Adams speaker Quot or. Montgomery considered him such As or. Corwin would be to Day namely to Mora by speaker if the Llou a would adopt his Ruso lotion. Or. Morris of a. Asked whether there was and legislation while or Adams was a Luicir narc or. Montgomery Hail not examined the records to see Quot but if. There was no legislation that did not prove that Thore not Havo been. He renewed his Resolution. Or. Stevens raised the Point that Tho Resolution was not in order that previous to entering on business an act of Longress requires that the oath shall be administered to the speaker and by him to Tho clerk and All Tho members and no Resolution or this body can repeal it. The proposition is therefore an Absurdity. To cases referred to by or. Montgomery Are not applicable to his Resolution. Hore the matter rested. Or. Reagan of Texas resumed ins remarks from yesterday resisting that the republicans disregarded the obligations of the Constitution and invaded not Only the rights o the people but the reserved rights of the states. Their candidate for Speake bad not said that the doctrines of the Helper Book were treasonable the fact that there Are men who will not res pert the constitutional obligations is one o the startling features of the times and has raised an intense feeling in the Soulli urn slates. All patriotic men should come together rising above to Ordinary prejudices on transient questions and meet the common enemy whose Success would increase the danger to the perpetuating of the confederacy. A running discussion followed parties a ruminating and recrimination a. 1 he House proceeded re ballot for speaker. ballot Sherman 194, lacking three of election. Vallandingham had 69. American vote scattering. Second ballot Sherman 103 Bocock 55 others scattering. A running debate followed mostly of personal explanation until six o clock when the House adjourned. There seems to be More anxiety evinced to organize. From appearances Sherman will be finally elected. It is merely a question of time. Philadelphia january ?dr. Thomas h. Yardley fell dead while visiting a patient Vesterdal of disease of the heart. Age sixty years. A a Philadelphia january 6?bishop John n. Newman of the Catholic Church died it us al it Only in the Street to Day. Commercial. Allegheny cat two Market Alloh kit pm january -5th, 186�-the Supply of Stock this week is lighter than last Frith a Valr demand and sales chiefly of a local Pharao ter. There is a Small Advance in the Price of Beof cat tie and hogs. But few sheep Are offered. Union drove Tafida John duende proprietor. Cattle is al a j. Wylie. K a a company. 55 Wood Street a five now Ruady us extensive collection of Holiday boook8, for new yrs re Prev a us court swing in part of the Ful Rewiug Fine a Dit it is brim atm l\.�rris. Illustrated Holiday edition Fine l Uit int the a like pm Ari Hallady i a. Maple on. Rhyme a ii or it und lays of country life a a autust graph Kew nip. Lay american artist illustrated from american Pix a in a a from the land of Luther. Superb volume. Dann a it Househ idd Book of poo try Turkey antique Wordsworth a pastoral poems or a trivia of Wyoming. The Farmer Hoy eve it of St. Agues i piety bound and illustrated by Hirkes Foster and others. Irving i do of what a Hington. Sunnyside exist Ion Liaf a a a if. Do raied Xvi nut 1<ife t f Wash tort. 6 vols to Uvo Etui Oij. Full Turk to Monk-�. St caland s to of a is of England 7 Gnu Hniz Turkey. Tho work of Chas. It tilt h. Half All the works of Edgar a. I Nuj 4 vols half Turkey. a la Ife of Johnson 4 Van. Half antique 6iu� Ellanez Gnu work 4 vol fit of i it Lui Tuque. I o-.qs-?T.h Tea Tajet i it vols full Call Cooper s leather Hub Keg tales 6 vols of Tell calf. The a Verlcy novels hou�4h�du edition 60 vols. The Waverley novels Boston i ahtum.27 Vole Lack a is mks a a a a vols. Together Trimi a Large Stock of tingly Cumi and Illus tray get i a a Dii Oiin f the Man Nard authors of Europe a uni am Rio a m the of literature. Jim Van Iris a a Bevy also a splendid Slock of books for children and youth by Tbs writer elegantly ii Piid and ill or to Diu the Moat attractive styles. Family and pocket , Tco a my nth prayer books hymn books in every variety of styles and bindings. A writing desk. Albums portfolios m great Var qty of style. D31 Kay k co. 65 Wood Street. No. Offered by 42.hays a Patton _. By 17.p. E. Frederick. 14.a. Lytle. 21. W. A Minaey a 24.j. Yeatman. 14.rl Kline. 13.5. Carey. 12. We. Harper. 1 s. We. Cru Marine. 9.paxton k Wilson. 20.marks 4 Trorman. 16.�c Shoemaker. 12.jas. Turner. 13.wm. Kidd. 16. W. G. Huns Croft. 7.cook 4 co. 16.j. Mnira 34.morgan 4 Maholm. 26.j. K. Miller. 64. Myers 4 Bros 106 sent East. Hog i. To. Offered. Offered by. 66. L. Spencer 236. A. Barrell. 67.b. Taylor. 77 . 64.j. Each. 66. A. A Quick. 11. P. E. Fre Dencks. 37�?j Puxton. 76?zb. We the offer. C6-.wm. Blackwood. 94. A. Long. 119.George England. 140. We. Boot land. 60.a. J Burns. 57 j Johnston. 104.-e. D. Allhouse. 198.j. Holmes. 111. R. Benedict. Sold. Once. Sent East. V amp a sold. Once. Sent East loft Over $6,00 $ 100 amp a. 66 6,0066 6,2011 6,0037 4,9076 6j25 re. 66 6,2694 6,20 ii9 4,90 re .149 486. 60 4j3067 4,76�,104 6,06 498 �vo0 Krelll 4,8i p it Isburgh by exhibition the first Monum. Exhibition a or. 0? by. A Pittsburgh Art association will open a. I a. A. �?�1. Holds i december 1 Lutfi at to Fiton shale fifth Street opposite Post office. Gallery Opeo from ,10 a m to 4 p of aha froth still ooh Loek Lii tile Edom no aunts sloa28eta. Season Bloke Turlo Eta. Rte Bayard Taylor will ?tur8 at Lafayette Hall in to Kasday even ing,9th, lost. So Aith a Quot Mosca Jav Horace Greeley will lecture at Lafayette Sall on to mesday evening 10th i i a a. a a an Overland journey to California through utah1 a a a a ,7. Tickets 26cents� Tail had at to Mut pc and. Book stores hotels la Bartuv room Anekt the open at o clock lecture to Begina Fioz cd k. W?Tbl Kincaid. Joseph Albree w. D. My Rowan. Joseph _ o Magee .4v. . Niew classes hew classes now forming. Prof. a f Ashooh Abb dancing Academy a Quot Neva Lle Hall Comer of fourth and Liberty Street amp to Pittsburgh. Prof. Cowper would respect Fuu inform the citizens of Pittsburgh and Allegheny that he is now forming new tests at Tho above Hail and will continue to Quot a a Ach the accomplish intent in All its various branches in amp traction a in the St Idette of the Ball room a hdm reial �5frclfe,ttiicefa3 Detent of person a. A All the feast my. Mom Fash Honable Bell room and parlor dances of tango by him a a Coti Uona 1295 sold. Quadrille by Lancor quadrille sch Uttah quadrilles Quot Lon do Lancer for and sent East. Sheep. 36y in it 2wl head offers a a left unsold and shipped East Pittsburgh markets reported a apr amp uly or the Day by morning poet pit bumb january 6, i860. Be plus Ultra skate. Approved and Beau fun fimm hot in s k a x Mvi used. They or adapted for Ladie or a untie Nien a us a. Also a full assortment of skates of All descriptions. Ckeefkr8, to protect the wearer against fftl1�onih� ice. M talk by. 4c. Bown 4 Tetley a .le24 no 136 Wood it rpm la resin g Robes and Robe de Chambers just received for Tho holidays at l. Hir�hfelda80n% the must flour. Dull sales from store of 600 barrels at j Fiot girl pm Bra i a3ao/fd in the Eastern Vitae Poliah Mazo Ark it Polk quadrilles. Is _ firmes. Buss run Mazurka quadrilles Plain or Ger i Man Walt Eemer Iddo Waite a sri Vram writ Tel Schot teach or German polka Cinque or five tej Weitz Cun Lienne iii Takin. Espay Ola and Bohemian Rollae. Be i Down. Polka Mazonis by Llu pm de a Hrdy a Keiever Green polka of Collienne circe will be taught at i moderate terms Days of to Dit of will Boas follow ladies Glass thursdays and saturdays from 4 i to 6. P. M. A a a a 4asteb8 and misses a thursdays and saturdays i from 3 to 6, p. M. _. Quota a j qenttaemen�?T3 cla8s--thujsdfty8 and saturdays from 8 to 10� p.0, pm Ovate classes Fob rabies who dem roil _. Or Tyr. Instr actions to private $6ji6 for superfine $5,60 3 5,80 for extra $8,00 for extra Oaas Pym a to lib a Denby , family and i6j2s Lor fancy brands. I pint. C. Be so Eek Attu Abov j Hail on Days Grain half a 246 Bush Oats from store at 3gc. 326 j of tuition from2 to 6, 10, at Tho Scott la a Corn at depot a tie. House Dao. A a a Oln 4delo men it Fumio hog warehouse no. 83 Wax a Street . Chadwick no. 67 Wood and desk lilo Coxa. Can Irwick. Amp son commission merchants dealers in paper and racs and agents for the Sale of Mahoning fire Brick and pot Clay us 149 and ill uni so Wrai Suth Pittsburgh. A a Rupf it ing Puchir at manure Turer a prices. Cosh Jet re Tiff a burp. A. Iy4ilypi� l. I. Yiep blk attorney at Law and 0onvkyan0er, Uff lok with h. Hepburn i no. At fourth Stree. A tax. 1ai� of icon Cater. Lou i 4 a a of pills go Geo. E Bryan amp co., commission merchants Pur the Hale of pig iro blooms &�,., no. 52 >voodst., poll Bur a. Rtvtocncxs?lyon, Shorb 4 co Hitt Burgh Lav Iuga Loti. Of Luck a Pittsburgh thou. E Franklin. Esq a Viiu a in a. Hon Simon Ciu Neron Harrisburg or a a Wordner 4 i?To., Holiday Surg a. Je2s 6m James x. Ballu Jook p. 0lajm� a Hauler amp Glass agents Pennsylvania Railroad Buthi Ambusat agents and forwarding amp commission merchants Avo 68 con Mereial St., and 34 levee. St. Louis to. A a a prompt personal Ati Eulius Given to collecting and Prei Ahlm. Se24 to i u i a y perfumer y. Hair a Rahileh and Artler it put i Joseph Fleming s drug store do2u a or. Of Marks i. And in Iamond. To Pityn i Jium. U. It sol Cham. R. 0ujuftsoham, d. A dw�?T1 cd n n 1n a h a is amp k. P1tts c u r j h cite Glass works warehouse no. 119 water Street and 166 first a treet Pittsburgh a three of buckwheat floor ales 69 sacks from store at $2,12 11 100 lbs. Hay Hale 13 loads from City Scales at $1822 ton 2 tons Oil meal at $28 9 ton. 0 Hhd . 49@9c. 1c bbl do at 914c. Molwe.8ale� 37 bbl. N. At 6263o Coffee sales 42 sack Rio at 12%@18c. V feb. 12 Bra at 6c v feb. 64 boxes w. R. At 10a to. 8 bbl. Rolf at 17c it it it. 10 bbl at of Bias 16 bbl lard a 1 at 89c. Gal. Apple -3alea 68 bbl. Choice at $2,763,00. 60 Bead live at 6c it in. Dried fruit sales 90 Bush apples at $1j6 v Bushel 18bbls. Louisville at $126- bbl. a i bbl. No. 1 extra at$1,10- bbl. Material for Sale wit. Flee at Bates a to 90 lbs. Prime Western at 49a it a Field Street for attn store. 47 bbl rectified at 28c 9 Gal. Bates amp Jonn sorts roofing we. Joh Stox a \s70dld give Niff be Bas Pur a chased the in tweet Ofsa a to partner o s. Bates Iffie amp Sooeng Budsin Boffl amp cims the sole _ ,. ,. Xxx a i a f. a ill in final three distinct and dealer int be Folio kinds of 9 1st gum Jeff title Cement Felt and can a a 2d� j improved. Felt Cement and gravel roofing 3d Patent a Guib air Baltic Felt roof to psf a a a a f a Quot a a a j t % Allward a i it a of a by so no Wii amp styx a if. Booing Atavia far Sale wit minted instruct Man for Usui. Of item instructions for a aug Quot s old stand 75 Saith pm Ladelphia Market january 6?-the obstruct in is to navigation by ice and limited supplies of produce coming Forward from tie Interior Ana the West tend to materially restrict business. There is a steady demand for cover need at $5 5 5,37 u or common and sync try prime 16ts,at which avos Wera old . Eles oed sold from second hands at 5526. Timothy and flaxseed continue scarce. The floor Market continues in a Verv lifeless condition Bat holders Are firm in their demands. There is no snipping inquiry and the Sale Are Only in a Small Way at $oj>0@5j62i4 for superfine $&,75@6,00 for extra and 6,12>�75 for extra family and fancy. Rye flour Dull at and Corn meal at 3,i 5. Wheat is steady 2600 Bush sold at 1,86@1,30 for red and l42@ii,52 for White. Penna. Bye92o. Corn ad-1 Pittsburgh a. Special orders of Copper cute Auy. Late 1 ired pattern. A a a yellow 78c. Date a Delaware 440 no change in groceries or provision. Whisky limited is 2fi�27jc. Vance 4c 2000 Bush sold unchanged o00 Bush sold at 42 aua.�. In in Nanamae in Previ will1amjqh n8�on. N. A this Gara cements As a faint for Metal Booth lasting twice As Long at Teal. Is amt and cheaper. _ Stipe Bike Goppel Mux a r and a a a a a 7 a smelt i of a w o Lac for spark amp a go a of Fife Athing Barrier so and Bolt Copper pressed Copper Bottoms raised still Bottoms welter ,4j&, til of pm porters and dealers in meals. Tin. Plate al Heel Iron wire. A cons timely on hand to Mon a my chives and Qew Tio Xua Mannaa nq.149 Obrst find 120 second streets. Rex Law we. Tocts. A Sui amp Jaas pres a Cincinnati Market Gnu Nikati january ?the Money Market is without cd amp Ngy. Hogs there was a Good demand to Day at foil prices receipts 6000 head at from $�6@6,76 the Market closed steady. There is no change in provisions sales 700 bbl mess pork at $16,60. A air business was done Smith ?j3kbk amp cd ninth War a Olja Jet a a ,1 a. Pit spa. Warehouse a Freo a. ��4 cum Una a a Uruu. of All Alsea an desc ton of Coal Oil in bulk meats Sale 300.000 lbs at 6�4 and St to be de qua Kudwa Fermi Salt on dog Vered in february 100,00 lbs offered at 0 and 8c to be i Irons wtnboxe%jeeymoqld%pl�/-rififier8fttt�?o delivered next week without finding buyers. Lard in i coupling demand at 10c. Green hams advanced to 8c i also jobbing and machine coatings of every Desemp flour unchanged at $5j30@5,40 for superfine. Whisky 1 tto made to order. Kaj Dull and unchanged 700 bbl sold at 21e. Groceries 1 Boving a Complete machine shop attached to the firm but Dull sugar 8j�@9c molasses 46�4jc Coffee 12 i foundry ail necessary fitting will be car Emu attend fh8c. Wheat firm at i0@1j22, for prime red. Corn i tnv33iyu�w pm at 62ts63c in Huik. Oats firm at 49c. Rye Active at 1,00. Barley Dull and prices unchanged. New York Stock Market new York. January 6?first Calls stocks heavy. Chicago Rock Island 6ll< Reading. 20l Illinois Central r. A a 67> Pacific mail s. S. Co. 75>j new York Central. 73 Mich. Southern pro. 16j Galena a chicago�63 Harlem Railroad Cleveland a Odeda. 19 Baltimore Market bal Timora january 6?flour Dull Howard Street and stocking Emporium cheap aim durable m. D Alt stocking borne fifth St and Quot Market Valley has of hand at Zemp id tis a ssh Rimert of Wool tar Ere. Amp try Exten � m Light Supnuy and prices un-1 Sivess Ortmei of aude Palosi afro i 11 changed. Corn Dull White �@72cyeiow75�r8c. Pro-1 suitable to the season. He setts pome articles at Low Ohio $6,26. Wheat vision quiet mess pork $160. Bacon �c. Whisky Dull Price nominal at 26c. A prices. Calla�d�xamine.-?��remember, m. Daly is on the Corner of fifth St. A de31__ ac?the m.ich-ahic8�?T Institute?this institution the want of which Haa been so Long Felt by our Citi eos is now open under the superintendence of messes Jackman 4 Johnson in the Lafayette building. Entrance 66 Wood Street. It is designed for the perpetual exhibition of Tho product of mechanics manufacturers inventors and artisans acid As a place of resort for those seeking information relative to those branches of Industry either by examination of samples or scientific publications. Those having articles to bang before the Public will and it greatly to their advantage a it leave samples. A the Public Are respectfully invited to visit the Institute. S p a l d 1 n g a s liquid glue skates cutlery guns attention of those in search of suitable Holiday gifts is directed to our splendid Slock of skates All kind of table pocket and toilet cutlery gun pistols. Rifles Etc Etc. Cartwright 4 Youngs Daso no. 86 Wood Street Quot a Tea stove works. Alexander Bradley Hhd dials in Szuy Vax utt or cooking parlor amp heating stoves flair and �an0y a Bank fronts a. Sole proprietor of the celebrated Patent Gas burning and smoke consuming Cook stoves. Office and sales rooms Quot oc23dy2p no 4 Wood Street Pittsburgh a. Cubist Adoron a hair Dye Brown s bronchial troches the District court was engaged _ in the trial of the Case of Irvin a. M of Llonch a auit for damages buffered by plaintiff in the failure of give him a Good to the to Home land Puro hoped of him Otter $7,000 Hod Bon. Paid thereon. Also a Large assortment of pomade perfume by Etc., we. J. Taylor amp co., wholesale fish dealers no. 122 and 124 North wharves above Arch Street Philadelphia. Oct amply da24 sup be oor.pea�acdat.0l�ir�tr��i Purs furs frs no. M Wood Street. Adanne Leit a prepared to clean a alter repair and to make to order any do strip Tion of ladies and Gentay Purs and la Able As a Prefi Cal furrier to do it cheaper than any House in the City. Ladies who intend to have their furs enlarged will find it to their a Krisburg january 6?House?1the committee appointed to revise Tho standing committee reported. Or. O Neill offered an amendment that All applications for Charters to incur pirate passenger railways be referred to the members from the locality in which the Road May be located. Tho speaker ruled the amendment out of order at the present Lime. Jar. Strong favored the appointment of a committee on the subject and spoke highly of Tho Utility and importance of these Roods. Or. Abbott moved to Striko out from the report the provision to appoint a committee on passenger railways. This question led to a protracted debate pending when 12 o Olock arrived the hour need for the selection of a committee to try the contested election of Thomas w. Duffield. The doors were closed. Or Wallace appears for Tho contestant. Messes. Jacob Turney and Jacob Zeigler for or. Duffield. Henry r. Rouse Thos. Hayea David e. Bayard Lewis Mann James d. Bryson Samuel Durboraw George v. Lawrence l. P. Williton Henry k. Strong selected committee. They met at three of Olock. House adjourned. _ sknati?the report of Tho state librarian was presented. The governor transmitted the returns of the late election for auditor and Surveyor general and several veto messages. Bills in place or. Bell a Bill relating to evidence. Or. Palmer a Bill relative to making and repairing roads in Schuylkill county and for the Relief of George d. Boyer late treasurer. A supplement incorporating the town of Ashland and to incorporate the dim savings institution in the Borough of Pottsville. Nothing More of importance. Senate adjourned till monday afternoon. Tow re below Mon Onia Chela hour a. Manufacturer Pitte Burglin Cuy window Gla a. Druggists Glass Ware Ani american convex Glass for Virlor and i Public buildings. »el2 by cents furnishing goods? Ariel 3carfh. Neckli tied shawls a Rewiug gowns mutters sharia and collars at reduced prices. Chas. Lippner it je31 7ji mar net it reel the Best remedy and the one that All doctors recommend to a your Good lie Olih is Wear Tluck Soled boots a gtd 9hoes, such As will keep your feet from the cold. James Robb no. 89 Market Street has now on hand a Large Stock of indies misses and children a High heeled and thick Soled hoots shoes gaiters. Skipper a a. 4c. Menus boys and youths boots shoes Brog tiv gaiters. 4c. Menus City made double sole and upper French calf boots. Ladie a High heeled double sole Glove kid Congress Aud Button gaiters and As he is determined to Aell cheap for Cash All in want would do Well to Call and examine his Stock before purchasing elsewhere. Del 4 James Bobb. R. T. . Amp. Kennedy. Wigs wigs wigs and ornamental hair of every description and latest styles of fashion Mam Fotu Redby re Cambron no. 84foubtii8t. The subscriber having resumed business in Pittsburg wishes to inform his former friends and patrons of to City and surrounding country and would Call their t Montion to a new Andreau Tiff a self adjusting wig. To puts All former plans of wig making in the Shade. Its ments Are lightness durability not liable to shrink bears equally All Over the head and easy and Graceful appearance showing the development of the forehead True to nature. Ladies Are also invited to Call and examine his new Mode of bands half wigs and wigs. They do of Twat with the heavy and formal appearance so much disapproved of in the old stylefu____se21 to fall no As they can of skins from a High to find it to their a Dysna tin ii the largest Assort me. _. Loot a Large assortment of from 13. Up to $200�?at retail now on hand to Waioli Tow Public a invited to examine. A it. Water pepe?3,000 yes. St be water of a a Hie oin s to a Inch n new Orleans january 4?the steamship Desota arrived with Havana dates to the 1st inst the news is not important. The sugar Market was Dull owing to the holidays. A a the Stock in port 10,000 boxes. Prices unchanged. Exchange on London 16@15� Bills on new York 3@4. Port Law do january 6?the Bohemian has hot arrive?T Quot the report of liar arrival a amp a rematare.?T a. Dwelling House Pearl steam Mill a House no. 68 Ross a fret be Tweeter third of. I Kurt streets is flared see Well. A Rutx re 1 Finif bad and Haa Efthi a Oast with hot and cold water paved7rd Cement Cella Sloor under the whole building Gas in nearly Alithe Joaq terms $4,000--$lx00 Oah and tie a Ianez in a payments. Payable in eight years. on the first of april. A Fri Loire on the Prem he. A de2 4m a Adies j al spy furs allege by City r. T. Kennedy amp bro., wheat Rye and Corn purchased?T it our Corn meal and Hominy manufactured and delivered in Pittsburgh and Allegheny. »u7 id a terms. Cash on delivery in the most durable Maimer and in Tho latent Stylow at w. E. Schmertz amp Are offering at reduced prices al of ladies gents misses boys youths and Sqq i he a 0eni��lhat.gtobe>7� Wood Street. Rill Man to toll Arp. My Ginley so be Cream Saloon and con pm Oti onery Large and elegant assortment to. 27 1-2 fifth bt., opposite thab Changa Bank of child req my Ginley at Jis spacious Quot arranged rooms located As above All the Loxi Meb Oft he seas Otrin boots shoes and gaiters of All styles a at Low prices St Deso no. 31 fifth Street. Scott House Cor. Irwin St. My Duquesne amp Fly a pitt8bubgh, pa., b. X3 Jodl a. B. Dec b Deal proprietor. Q h i set m a s p r e 8 in t s. Beautiful fenders Coal vases fire Irons plate warmers trai8 and vases tin and Britannia Tea sets at t. J. Craig Sisa de22. Five doors from fifth. Jno. Thompson amp House sign Jund Bona mental a painters. And glaziers to. 135 third Street a no i a go Mimre a a of a a�1 a =5tby, we Are now opening Many nov Elk Seq in Winter goods aug talc a far Holiday presents. Fur gloves fur collars kid gauntlets so Elk Robes Caff Mere mufflers silk scar it and Les Winter gloves h o sier y 9 i of Flam Diu ill. At reduced prices. It it. Hir8hfeu a son ie29 no. 83 Wood Street he co partnership heretofore existing Between the undet8igned.nndbr the name of w p Marshall a co expired on Tho met Day of de m is prepared to Fumii his Une. Delicio of. Lee Cream Pratts Presta pies cakes of All kinds 1 and every description Ocon Fec onery Ault of the Beai i my Torwal win be served to order la,an3t ring 1 a a a Root a amp Apay Itsos amp get 8tepheyg. Dodge a attorney at Law _4jto.alk it pox Ola i is "7 Washill it to it it d a 1. A Large experience in the Lidji Estment of import i taut claims especially for pensions and lands Haa prepared Hin to pro Seante Best Prosi pedant Success. Pd0< mus Tiosh a. A Badiha. Robert Dalzell amp. Co., we Ole ale grocers cows she Ltd Foj Minu Ber chants Daless 1hpaosdc and i Asfe facture to Nooft amp Lub amp to Streff Agio fir Ign it Byln. ?T 0�mpb Kro. A Geld. A tul Joseph Meyer &s0n, and wholes in and retail dealer m oember. 18m, by Lirrie Taisoo. A coolants win be settled by either party ache old , f. E. Tough a Pittsburgh. January 2,1880._ ja4_ t Vighi Light?i am at present Supply. K i a i Uke and chairs which dim prepared to Miri Tojo ii artent Attow-1 _ a Pem Street alive .ti�.canal, eat new and we a ten �j ,hnijs5feigsst,d a j have Imd ,.j�g9� and Sta. It , mum a spirits turpentine alcohol 4/tf _ . Of i �4 1?�3 a a a a Feahr if m us f k a laity. A. Way oi4i Gtna. It it tet Street., a Quot _ r a f a we Hins Law so to Ali ?4-k, a r&4 it i 4 amps car Quot no f a by y v a a�7 a a q i 5 a. V a a 1 re w. It V�vv-y?� r?~l-&Quot. Up. In g 7 Arito a 9 i a I?� a a a nov .-t.&Quot�.v a a in Vav a a was a a a a. Is a Ray j Quot up to. -18 i / �?�4 i i i t i if i j \. A a Quot. A

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