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IS II /1. NNT
A Large Stock at
BATES & BELL'S,
21 Flllll STRXET.
T47.1N1 IN S ()Ml' S,
No. 27 Fit th Street
EMBROIDERED COLLARA and CUFFS.
LACE HAN DEERCHIEIN and LACK MITS.
HA.MBURAII EDGINUS and INBERTI NOS.
JACONET EDDINGB and IN.9.ERTI NOS.
BWIMI EDGIODIE and INSKIITINGS.
PARASOLS and UYfSREI.LAB, marked .
close Dot the .tuft.
ColimEni and R ,, OP SKIRTS.
WELITR. SHIRTS. IS F.CK
COVLARY and FEB
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
Selling al Low Cash Prices.
NEW GOODS MST RECEIVED
JOS. HORNE & CO
full Assortment of
Zi 0 ..T XET S .I..TD Il el Ts,
eory 43- c.c)cl a
Crapes cud Prune. Paris Fancy .d Colonial lk
VeleeLe Fa mo.t desirable shades; Plain Fancy Bon
net Lod Trimming Ribbons • now and rich colors:
Flower.. choicest French awl Ainerlean Feathers,
fa. cy hal and itarz,
13 Mr 33 XL 4CO XX) 1M FL 1:E113,
Cambric, Hamburg, Balsa, Loon, flung, Palen
came Edgings and Inserting.; Flemming, Bands
and ItotElsors Embraidered and Plato Linen Vol-
Colfaels, Laces and Lace Goods
De am and Gloat Trimmings and Ornaments;
Ssu Fringe, Gimps and Itralds:
Dress Trimmings, Bugle Frames.
A most complete stock of Jaconets, Cambric.,
Molls, Ate., tr.
Handkerchiefs... Wain. Lace. Hem-sta.:bed, Ilem
nted, Embroidered. Tape Bordered, etc.. eke.
Hosiery sod Wore. In every variety and all sires.
Ladies . and tient'. Underwear.
Suspenders said Seek-Tim Heavy Shirts and
tSratiren • Duplex. Ron •Ton and IXI, Hoop Pk lets:
Corsets, lisle Putt, Nets, Union and nllt Beltlu R.
Buttons—the latest novelties. all kinds.
iety, Cwilintere, Lanais Wutil
and Knitting in the various mixtures. plain color.
Gent's raper Collars, and ever, thing In the Na
Prices as loss as Fautteru Jobbing Houses.
'rem. 77 and 79 Market Street
:00DS AND NOTIONS,
At Present Eastern Prices.
A FULL LINE
In all the Departments.
No. 115 stood Street, Pittsburgh.
ARBUTENNOT, SHANNON & CO.
MA CRUM, GLYDE 8c co.,
h 05.78 and 80 Market Streei,
Tri rninings, N otioi ts,
AND FANCY GOODS,
Hare Just received the LAW/ tIST and It .1
SOlld FIST stock or 1 A Kisfl ever brought to this cll , .
to Which they cnII the attention of Storekeeper -, au.l
Knitters. The stock
. consists Io port of
Boston, Gerinantuwn, and rountry
In WHITE, BLACK. s(` BLET,
FOLFERLNO, BROW N, PURPLE.
CLOUDED, DRABS, MAGENTA.
FINE, CHINCHILL A.
BLUE DE LYON.
dT WHOLISA LP. lIITTILRA Surpt, V.l, AT EASTERN'
MACRUM & CARLISLE,
No. 19 Fifth Street,
Cluny and Maltese Collars,
Edgings and Insertings,
Linen Tucked Setts,
Morocco Travelling Bags,
Fine Fans, Necking. •
Elegant Styles Fanc / Jewelry.
JUST RECEIVED, A FULL LINE OF
Alexandre's, Courrolster's and Jourln's
GAUZE MERINO SHIRTS AL DRAWERS,
Bradley's Duplex Elliptic Skirts,
AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES.
Pittsburgh Agents for the we of
Cloth Llned and All Paper Collars,
MACRWIT & CARLISLE,
ABB, IticCARLTIESS & CO,
lJ (LATZ W. 1.15071, CASs t C 0..)
WHOLIMAIM DEALEMB IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY BOOBS.
Dira. 94. liMrc>cocil
(Third house above Diamond Alley, )
TOBACCO CIGARS, &c
EXCELSIOR TOBACCO WORKS
R. & W. JENKINSON.
auffmacnnucas 07 ALL Al D 6 or
Tobacco, Snug and Cigars,
No. O FEDERAL ITTBEET,
Third door Qom boaPertMork BArrab,""A.
Brooch Store at SOLO,. Ohio. mr24:ttal
R. B. JEFFRIES
lung .3,4 Wholegate and Wall 9
&ler 1.1. at Made of
TOBACCO,3NUFF AND CICARS,
No. e tn. ciant 6111.12.17, rrrranuno.. PA.
lianas. of METJELICHAUM PIPES
an lianas. TO BA UCU, of the beat qutliAl:lbgat
DULKM IN PORILICIR AND DOILZSTIt
SWABS, Wiz w i NG TOBACCO
smoking Tobacco, Pipes, &c.
Mira. IBercrozi.M. IMlttrocet,
nir ear owner ot Liberty.)
Manntsettreff egu ao i d .
a lc i t sad lietall
Tobacco, Snuff and Cigars,
4.6 Evri=r-su Err.
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CITY AND SUBURBAN.
(ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS ON FIRST PAGE.)
The Meath of X eeson—Contlnnanee of
She Coroner's Inquest.
The Jury empannelled by Coroner Clawson
in the case ofPatrickNeeson, reported In yes
terday morning's home, met yesterday after
noon at three o'clock, in the Mayor's Mike, to
conclude their investigations.
Dr. Edmund S. Umbstaetter was the first
witness sworn—AL nearly twelve o'clock on
the night of the fourth of July, I was called
upon to visit Patrick Noeson, at his residence
In Pitt township; found the patient with a
fracture of the skull on the left side immedi
ately above the eye; made an examination of
the wound and found that a piece of the bone
of the skull consisting of both plates of the
bone had become entirely detached from the
rent of the skull; I lifted the bone out, and
found it about the sine of a finger nail; I in
troduced my finger Into the opening and dis
covered a fracture running downwards to
ward the eye; the general system was In a
better condition than is generally found ',i dler
sons suffering (reinspect wounds; cleanse the
woeful, applied cold water dressings and di
rected the patient to be kept perfectly billet.
I hail examined the wound with a view to ills.
covering any spiculao Or loose pieces of bone,
but could tied none. Dr. Daly then examined
him with the same slew and with the same
result. The patient was removed the next
dog to the Mercy Hospital, where Dr. McCook,
Jr., mid myself visited him several times. lie
continued to Improve and get worse alter
:Lately, but at length recovered so far that I
considered him out of danger, and about the
.9th of July he loft the hospital and went alone
to his mother's residence. He subsequently
came to my office to get ble wound dresses!. I
dressed It and told him to return In about a
week, Before the week had expired I ass
sent for to visit him he having become worse.
This was on the ri d of August. 1 found him
considerably worse than when I saw him last.
He was suffering from attacks of vomiting and
Ills system was generally disordered, probably
in sympathy with the injury to his brain. On
the whole be grow worse after this, though he
was a little better one or two days. He con tin
ned to grow gradually cores until the night of
Friday, Sept. 7th. On the 4th of September he
was trephined by Dr. Gallaher. We expected
to find suppuration at the seat of the wound,
but none was form. A small spicule of dead
bone, consisting of the external table of the
skull, was (mind on this occasion. /lo did not
'reprove after this at all. Was present at the
uiortem examination on Saturday wit,
Drs. McCook and Gallaher. We discoVeree
suppuration In the lateral venticle aria In the
substance of the brain. The injury done to
tne brain was sufficient, in my opinion, to cause
Jas. McCormick, sworn.-On the 4th of July
evening last I was on en Oakland Passenger
car. Jas. Creighton, Patrick Neeson and my
self were en the car toncther. On the 11111 this
side of the toll gate, the conductor came to
us for our fare; I told him that Creighton
would pay, Creigli tau pulled out some money,
and handed it to It.o conductor; the conduc
tor said It was not go .1, and refused to take
It. Neeson•remark. ;I !lost it was United States
money, and tens goe.l, sntl lie would hate the
conductor arrested '1 lie refused it; the con
ductor still relused to accept It, and Neeson
said that he was tree to ride for nothing so
long as the conductor refused to accept United
States money; the J.introctor Ordered us off,
but Neeson refmc.:, and we all rode ou till we
got to the tolloy,a , c; the conductor and liga
tion had some semi e talk before getting to the
toll-gate, but no serious quarrel; we al/ got off
at the toll-gate, having gone as far as we in
tended; Neeson w ant by Illruself down the hol
low of the road a little way Lo the right to
wards his home; Creighton and myself fol
lowednim at some distance; Some other party
also got off, but L could not see who It was;
some hard words passed between us and the
party on the car, and the man who got off
threw a atone which hit Neeson on the head;
cannot swear as to who the man was; he wore
a shell coat and low hut; did not see any other
stones thrown; Neeson tell as soon as he was
struck, and several of us took him up and
carried bon home; cannot say whether the
stone was thrown b 9 the conductor.
Or. Thomas J. lfallabcr, sworn—On Satur
day, August filth, I was called to visit Patrick
Neeson, ut his mother's residence, In Pitt
township. Next clay, In consultation with Or.
Umbstretter, I visited aim again. From the
symptoms I Judged that there was an abscess
formea,elther on or within the substance of the
brain. I proposed trephining for the purpose
of relieving the abseess. This was postponed
for the present, until further -investigations
could be made. lie became worse a few days
afterwards, when the operation Of trephining
was performed by me. This was on Tuesday,
the 4th Instant- NO abscess was found, but a
small portion of the bone was depressed. This
portion bad become so re-United with the
skull that it mold not be elevated without
another fracture of the bone. A portion of
this bone was dead, and a small fragment was
removed. No permanent benefit resulted from
this operation, end the patient died on Friday
night, the seventh instant. Was present at
the post, mortem examination made by Dr.
McCook, Sr., on Saturday. A large abscess was
found in the interior of the brain , occupying
mostly the interior lobes and tne lateral ven
tricles. This abscess resulted from the origi
nal injury, and I have no doubt, caused the
pat Lent's death.
satuuel Denning, sworn—Was on the car
with Neeson the night he was hurt. left town
oof the half-past ten o'clock ear for Oakland,
was driver on the read at that time, but was
not driving that car on that night; as we
reached the city line we saw three men sitting
Scolds the road, who called for tne tar to stop;
they got neon the car; did not know any of
the men; the conductor, J. W. Deemal', came
to them for their fare; one of them handed
him some money, which the conductor refused
to take, because he said it was a counterfeit
fifty cent piece, and returned It to the man;
Deemer Bald he would rather carry them out
free than take thati money; the man who
handed him the money said that unless he
took that money he would have to carry them
I free. At the toll gate the men got olT; I was
needing on the rear platform all the time; the
car had been stopped once for them to getoll,
but they had refused; When they got off some
wants passed between them and the condoc,
tor; immediately after they gat ott they threw
a stone against the rear dash-board of the car
they may have thrown more than one, but 1
ran forward and do not know; I know nothing
more of the case; don't know whether Deemer
jumped off the ear or not., bat he came upon the
platform from from somewhere, after I went
there, and passed through the car to the rear
platform; don't know whether Deemer or any
body else on the car threw any stones.
Officer Andrew .1. Moon, sworn-1 arrested
Deemer on the Mb of July, on the eta rue of
assault and battery with intent to kill, coup;
mated upon Patrick Neeson, on oath of Jas.
Neeson; had some conversation with the prie-
Oner; he said that after leaving the rear end
of the car, on his way to the front platfoi in, he
threw a stone, but did not know whether it
hit anybOity; the reason he left :he rear plat
, form, ha said, was because stones were being
thrown at the car, and he was afraid; at the
time of the arrest he wore a box coat and a
low plush hat; this was his usual costume.
Thomas Christian, sworn—Ras on the ear
with Necsoo on the 4th ofJely- evening. When
the ear stopped of the toll gate and the three
men got off, a stone was thrown at the rear
dashboard. I got off and went to the front
platform, the conductor also got off and came
around to the front platform ahordy after
did. Did not me the conductor or any other
person throw a stone. Nobody except the
conductor and myself jumped MT the rear
platform that I know of.
Samuel Denning, re-called —After Deemer
rejoined me on the front platform, he told me
that he had thrown a stone but did not know
whether be hit any person.
Thomas Christian, re-called,—When the ear
stopped at Oakland, Deemer and I were talk
ins together, and Deem. said tn. when he
got off the ear at the toll gate he threw a stone
hutdid not know whether It hit anybody. lie
said he was going up stairs for his "%hooter"
to take back with hurt, and would shoot any
person that Interfered w n 4 Plitt,
This closed the testimony, and after some
consultation, the jut y being unable to agree,
the Inquest adjourned to meet again at three
o'clock on Saturday e, ening, at the Mayor's
Our readers will all remember that on Wed.
nesday Last, Mr. Joseph O'Brien,janitor of the
Third ward public school, on Brant street, dis
covered an infant on the door step of his res
idence, on Chatham street. Tie circumstan
ces of the affair were fully detailed at (he
time, and tlytre is no need to repeat them. Mr.
O'Brien determined to keep the little one on
probation, and applied to Rev. Father Burke,
to have the waif christened. so that when it
should be sent away, It might take at least a
atm° with it. The name proposed by the rem.
porary foster father was Thomas Chatham, In
commemoration of the place where the young
ster was found. The Reverend Father de
murred, and at length refused. outright to be
stow such a name on the Infantile stranger.
After duly considering the matter and feel
ing his heart warm towards the tiny adven
turer, Mr. O'Brien determined to adopt it as
his own, and yesterday morning again presen
tediit for baptism, thin time proposing the
name ejJoseph O'Brien. Father Burke we.
better pleased than before, and christened the
child. So now the desolate waif has a home,
and Mr. O'Brien's home has a "well spring of
joy" in it.
19 FIFTH STIEEET
James Dann, convicted in the Criminal Court
on Friday of assault and battery an the person
of Pat Slcuslow, was brought before the Court
yesterday, Judge Mellon presiding, and sen
tenced to pay a fine of re, which he did, and
was discharged. The leniency of the Court is
doe to the fact that liinslow is recognized In
the neighborhood in which he lives as a com
mon nuisance, being the greater portion of
his time in a semi-state of Intoxication. At
such times ho Is guilty of uttering the most
foul and obscene language, and frequently, for
lack of other amusement, reviles the character
of his more respectable and well behaved
neighbors. Young Dunn committed the as
sault Complained of while Patrick was stand
ing on u nubile thoroughfare pouring forth
vile Blunder on the character of the boy's pa
rents. The provocation was so great that he
Court very wisely recognized in it a palliation
for the offence and sentenced accordingly. In
addition to this the defendant has hitherto
borne an excellent reputation.
The corner atone of the North Presbyterian
Church, now in course of erection in Alleghe
ny City, will Do laid with appropriate cere
monies this r iternoon, at three o'clock. The
members of the various Presbyterlev Churches
in Allegheny and Pittsburgh, iv •11 as the
public generally , are cordially 13 .1 to par-
Uclpate in the ceremony. Tile 11., nation,
which is under the pastoral care o . •A. A.
Bodge, is in a very flourishing ono naming
oomf Mon. Ample fcmcie have sires ty been
raised to complete the edifice, and, from the
architectural design, we are ledi to believe It
will be one of the handsomest ImUdings of its
character in Allegheny. We hope the earn
mendable enterprise of this congregation will
Meet witha hearty imptsort from our Ululation
Oipeetall Cbeettoti.—bire. Window's Booth
;rig Syrup has becomo so popubm that various
emetbeet bare cutout artieles - calling thorn eire.
w ltci c... Wielkile_tekke bottom that . Mrs.
Ayrup U not connect.
Corner Illtoue Lityllisig
_.__SPECI A L NOTICES
Late Foreign Items--A higuilicant
tipeeeh by Bismarck—The Finish In
Slaw Tomr, September In —The following
foreign items were received by the City of
Boston, which has arrived at this poi is
Count Bismarck delivered a most significant
speech In the Prussian Legislature on the 26th
tilt. in defence of his Merman annexation pol
icy. He declares that Prussia meet lay bold
on and keep what Is offered to her. That a
European Congress would produce war, that
the Crown is determined and able to defend
the new territorial acquisitions. The leader
of the opposition denied that the consolida
Ulm' of the power of the Prussian Crown
strengthened German unity.
The French commander of the camp ut Cha
lons In dismissing the troops addressed the
soldiers, by order of the Emperor, calling
their attention to victor'r's by name In which
Napoleon I. defeated the Austrians, Russia.
and Prussia., and telling them ever to cher
ish the memories of Jena and Austerlitz.
Polish accounts from Cracow assert that the
Insurgent Poles, in Siberia, defeated the Itus.
Sian regiments, and being Joined by revolu
tionary Russians had marched towards the
frontier of China.
Now Tong, September 10.—A Trib ,rte Wash
ington special late the following items: Ru
mors of the intended resignation of General
o 0. Howard as Commissioner of the Freed
men'. Bureau, are again afloat; there is no
truth whatever in the statement that. General
llowaro Is an army officer detailed to the
charge of the freedmen's stairs, and ho cannot
resign. lie could be relieved, but no applica
tion to be relieved will be made, as the Presi
dent would construe the wish Into an ac
knowledgment on the part of the General
that he was unable to administer the affairs of
his department, and Mr. Johnson would claim
this Justification for the dtsmiasal front the
army of a well-known gallant oilleer. General
Howard's friends insist that he shall not
piano himself In such a false position, and
secretary Stanton plainly anti emphatically
assert, that, so long as he is chief of the De
partment, Howard shall remain Commissioner
of the Bureau.
Destructive Firs In Ming Sing
111 r Yonc , September 10.—A fire occurred
In Sing tiing early yesterday morning, which
destroyed over twenty buildings, Including,
among others, Vunarden's large file works.
The rest were stores, d welling houses and
barns. Flay families were rendered home
less, and the lose 18 estimated at IMSI,OOO.
Nearly all the buildings on the lower dock
were swept away, and the homeless families
wore provided for by the villagers, and the
American lintel was thrown open to the suf
ferers, many of whom breakfasted there and
received every kindness that could be bestow
ed upon them. In the afternoon the subject
of the tire was adverted to by the clergymen
of the different churches, anti collections wore
taken up to afford the sufferers temporary re
lief. To-morrow a public Meeting will be
held for the purpose of raising money to help
the &filleted out of their troubles.
Adjournment of the Fenian Connrem.
New Tone, Sept. 10.—A Herald Troy special
says: The Fenian Congress adjourned nag
die yesterday, havin it been in session all Sat
utility' night. Col. W. It. Roberts was re-elect
ed Presltlent,• P. J. Meehan Prestdent of the
Senate, and J. W. Fitzgerald Speaker of the
Rouse. Gen. Sweeney was deposed as Secre
tary of War, but no successor has been named.
tits accounts were satisfactory, but be was be
lieved to be Incompetent. Gen. O'Neill was
appointed Inspector General of the Irish Re
publican Army, and Col. Batley Chief Military
irganizer. It is still hoped that Gen. Sheri
dan will be prevailed upon to accept the com
mand of the forces. another movement on
Canada will undoubtedly be made during the
fall, if the contributions are plentiful.
New York September 10.—The American
Cotton Planting and Loan Company, purport
ing to have a capital of $1,..500,000, has col
lapsed. The Treasurer, It is t.id, has loft
with 6300,000 of Its funds.
CINCINNATI, September IO.—W. 0. W. Only,
who murdered old Mr. linty, of Fayette coun
ty, Ohlo, In October, ISO 4, was found guilty,
and sentenced to be hung November 13th.
BOOTS AND SHOES
BOOTS & SHOES
J. 1. ROBINSON & CO.'S,
61 MARKET STREET
TIGHT—ROPE WA EKING.
A Terrible Fall
TERRIBLE WAS THE FALL OF
Boots and Shoes,
Al No. 87 Market Street, Yesterday.
DM IS THIS MN GOODS ARE iDTANCING
The proprietor of No. ,S 7 Market atreet has re
duced his prier. TWENTY I'ER CENT. for thirty
day, In order to sell nut Muniediately a large Isoct.
of nummer lioost. to make room fur Fall and Wsuter
Boost, tSFIEAT IlAitleAl an ARE s/PFEREII for
THITY DAYS. Our stock is Large. All can be
wilted. Crowds are coming already. Come stool
and get bargains. A largo lot of Men's line t: alt
Pools selling very low,
We also by to acquaint the public that we Inann•
texture lient•s first are tine Calf Boota to order
one dollar and nn)) cen
to lower than any other
house In the city. Weo 11l up loan to the feet
by plarlng a lump on e &l
the last furevery one on We
feet. 1 td• la the place for men who horn trouble
getting a 111, (or we warrant a perfect Os, and at the
some Lime pcnevtty comfortable.
Ladie•' Isaltkra. Balmoral, Boots and Blippers of
a superior quallts. made to order; likewise ran,'
loth ell opera bottomed and made to order.
ante W. In. MAHAL - Yr:Y. 07 Market it,
BOOTS, SIIOES AND GAITERS.
No. 63 Market Street
HAN log *tided to my stock of
BOOTS, SINKS AM) GAITERS
To .011 yentirmcn. ladles, mine• and cllll.lrea. of
market, I will sell a: eery moderate
urtorcers and my friend.. with :he ionblir.
No. 433 Ild.a.rls.eet Eli tweet.
. _ .
Booms AND SHOES. _
9 2 FEDERAL ST. 92 FEDERAL ST.
Prices Marked Down.
areal. Bargaina to be obtained. A full asrortni, nt
of everything to the Boot, Bboe and baiter line.
A good GL, good goods and low priers, at
92 Federal Mt., Allegheny.
A LARGE AND FRESH ARRIVAL
sumiti GH BOOTS, SHOES, (MITE HS
Just received, And will be old at the VICRY LOW
EST PRICES, either Wholefele or Satan.
litve ua CALL Bsrous l'inicusstmo emot
J. D. & W. C. BORLAND,
No. 95 Market .teed, 24 door from Filth at.
o s s n B Es agaTi n u d sus.
-A FINE UALF INIUTe c ,
FOR LADLES — FINE BALMORAL awl
Choke NIU BOOTS asd MAPPENS.
Stock large and varied, manufactured expressly
for city area, of bmt material, suited to all feet and
every taste. etlltOlnere promptly and politely ter,
ed at No. 83 Market street.
ant J. W. CARP ARAN &
COOPLIE PICLIMMO JOWS 1..61 at.
C FIELDING & BRO.,
Manufacturers and,Dealors to
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS,
No. 140 Ohio St, Allegheny.
atring promptly executed on the shortest no
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
.ro. 24 St. Clair Street.
A large and welleeleeted etwek of LAD/Z13 . .
madCIIILDRILIIII °MUMS, 13ALb10-
pa i L/dl irm o . to., , w . :lelt i. w .o ll.l o l.le rcluttsijkijuwear.T
NOW 'RECEIVING, a large and
For BOfl. YOUTHS .ad 011ILDIUM
AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
attar -1 .g.otiett,r,
THE QUEEN! THE QUEEN!
TIIE QUEEN OF
MILS. WI N MLOW'S,t,IIIEEN HAM HESTOItEII
le ()UPI , N. not only In tura, bat In
lathe Best Hair Restorer ewer offered to
An Infallible RESTORER •ad eaasinran of the
Flair If faithfally applied.
It is no Hair Dye.
It acts directly elm° the roots of the hair chang
ing grey hair to Its original life Orion-, arresting pre
mature decay and Millen out of the hair; eradlcul -
Ing scurf and dandruff; and curing all humors of the
It ImparU a delightful fragrance to the halt.
In short. Ifyou wtsb to restore ' , out halt. as In
youth. and retaln It through life, win
Price SI per bottle. Sold by CI Dreifft to
R. R. SELLERS & CO.,
W"W111. BARNHILL & CO.,
SHEET IRON WORKERS,
Nos. 20. 22, 24 and 26 Penn St
Having secured s large yard, and furnished it with
the most approved machinery, we atut prepared to
Manufacture every description of Batters, to the
best manner, and warranted equal to any made in
the Country. Chimneys, Breeching, Firs Beds.
Steam Pipes, Locomotive Boilers, Condensers, Salt
Pans, Tants, Oil Stills, Agitators, Settling Pane,
Boiler Iron, Bridges, eager Pans; and note manu
facturers of BARNHILL'S PATENT BOILERS.
E! , Puirtng done on the shortest notice. JeSteil
COPPER MILL AND SMELTING WORKS
'PARK, MoCIIRDY & CO.,
Manufacture. of Sheathing, Brasiers' and Belt
Copper. Premed CoPrier Botom., Raised Still Bot
toms, Spelter Solder. Also, importers and dealt rs
in Metals, Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Wire, to. Con
stantly on hand. Tllinets• Machines and Tools.
Warehouse, No, 140 FIRST and 1.20 SECOND STiossis,
Pittsburgh. Special orders Of Capperera to any
desired pattern. xeriteltidAwT
FR - PITTSBURGH SAW WORKS.
rers of PATENT GROUND CIRCLI LAM.. warrant-
Md CAST STEEL SAWS, of every description, Mill,
aley, Crom-Cut, Uang, and all other Tarletles.
All xlnds of SNIP ES and SPoINGS made from
Sheet Cast Steel, Extra rennet' REAPEIt and MOW
ING KNIVES, tic.
/fir Warehonse a
nd Works, corner WAT6II and
Smarr drama - 11h Pittsburgh.
Partlents, attention pal l .
to re-toothlng, guns
kiand •tralehtenlos Circular bass; also. rspairs
of all nds. Plapcillng and Drilling done at rea
minable rail‘s, Jet:r6l
ROBIIIiSON, ILEA & CO., (Sac.'
Caa•Ors to Flotillison. Mutts a am,...)
Founders h Machinists, Pittidottrih.
Manufacturers of Boatand Stationary Meant En
gines, blast Engines, id 111 Idaclunar7, Gearing
Shafting, Castings of all deseripelonst 011 T•nits
and Stills. Boller sod Sheen Iron Work.
fort4 . I,I n ct f r.:% IFIJAII.D•S PATENT INJ ECTOR
RrJOHN COCHRAN & BRO.,
Manufacturers of Iron Vaults and 'Paul
Doors. Iran Window Shutters, Window
hoards, Sc., Nos. el Second and en Third etreet,
between Stood and Market. have on hand varie
ty of new pstterns, fancy nod plain, sultsble tor ail
Pu Xra ' r . t leular attention paid to enclosing Grata
Lots. dowsing duos at short nonce. talietly
.r,TirfILARRIAGE AND CELIBACY,
an Essay of Warning and Instruction for
Young Hen, also, pita... and Abuses winch pros
trate the vital posers, wiLt, mestt• otsura relief
sert free of charge loses eal letter ent•Plopes. Ad
dress, 11.1.1 b HOUGHTON. Howard As
sociation. Phlladelphla, Pa. an/A SIDIPS vrT
MT. A IL' MU RN
YOUNG LADIES' INSTITUTE.
This 6 , h00l has jest • oncluded Its tenth )ear, Its
111,011 T Lae Leon 0. of prosperity and growth
from the commencement- The last two yenta the
.1,3 &V.l . :kat 'LOCO b. hr. P.M than two
he ndre.l. anti .I.s n, La\a tree refused for want of
A NEW BUILDING
Is noir rimier oontract, to be ready for occupancy at
t °toning of the Yell Seasion In September, and
It It loved than hereafter all can be received aa
poplls who apply.
The LIBRARY, APPARATUS and CABINET
are recell ring yearly. valuable sulditions. and tile
LP ' r " ;vL :r".= I o to s t km",,„h. '""
, ra,-iiity cousmts of four m.O •i,d teven re
ntalr her., all e perienced Instructor. In their
sr, eran de pante, rule.
nebool is fully graded from Om Preparrtory
dr-pant:rem., through the enure course of Academ
ical and lilas•leat studies.
I. H. WHITE.
25 West Fourth Street,
CI XCIA:VoI T 1
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
cn•kr the Monagomocrt or
TIAPILI3. M. S.
A sslstrd by • conspetenS corps of prole..son
No. 25 Hancock Street
The FALL 9F.10N will commtnea MONDAY
For Circulars, A., apply at the onitatte,
MISS ANNA M. SELEIB,
Teacher of Vocal Music
C. C. MELLOR d CO.'S,
• di WOOF) STREET
Gr.u. e. 6OUTI. JOUR 1051
JOHN ROSS & CO.,
WM_ N. OCDEN & CO..
MANUFACTURR"; AND DEALNILS IN
Jarbon Oil Lamps and Fixtures,
CHANDELIERS_, CARBON OILS, &C.
No. 841 Ilactiqs.cat 11 3 / 1 2reot,
ms - 19:a79alAwT PITMIII7B9R, PA.
SUPERIOR OAK TANNED, PAT
ENT STRETCHED AND RIVETE D.
LEATHER BELTING AND ROBE,
blbstofacturvil at. No. 88 LIILITHVILLXI OT., by
HA.RTLEY. PHELPS & CO.
Oleo, Agent. for New York Rubber Co
China Belau gr.
hand a superior lualltr of LACE
LEATULLIL and ii it e HYDBA.NI HOBS, QOPPICii
ISIVETO and HU BELT 110014 s, eto. I 104.010
- - - -
STEPHEN M. OTT,
Die Sinker, Seal and Medal Engraver,
STENCIL, BRAND AND MIL LE4988 CMTEI,
SUPERIOR SEAL PRESSES,
Cancelling Stamps and Visiting Cards,
Also, I'LATEB YOH MADBINU CLOTHINO.
93 Wood St., Cor. Diamond Ailey,
(AIIOV. 1 , 0011 IBTORZ,)
J. W. JIIIINIVrott WI. SCAM
JOHNSTON No SCOTT,
Fine Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
SILVER-PLATED WARE, ETC.,
Pit t nib marg,l3., Perazaart,.
Water.. Clocks and Jewelry. Ail wool, wArrato,
S . S. BRYAN, Broker in Stocks,
BONDS AN!) SEAL ESTATE, 67 FOITETII
FinEET, (LWOW. Dulldlng,) buyr and ..Ile on
Commis!.Sou BANK, RAI LIW.W. INSURANCE.
PETIZOLELIM HTOCKS, and UOVERNMENT
MUNICIPAL, RAILIVIAL A/tint/TH.611 PONDS
Orders executed by telegraph at the NEW Tons
and PHILADELPHIA STOCK BOARDS at tho rates
of estmmlselon torrent In thou elite*
PITTSBUROK AND OAKLAND
JOHN R. *A. lIIIIKDOCII.
(Succesigorm to John Murdock, Jr.,)
NURSERYMEN AND FLORISTS. PIUMNNEW
solicit attention tonic!? eSterksiVe stock of U
AND ORNAMENTAL TeLES, EVEstiRICENS,
GRAPE VINES AND OREENSIOUtE PLANTS.
rittenitith and Oakland Passenger Cars ron to
tleetinnoum neer" it minutes. 11as21
HOLMES, BELL & co.,
Anchor Cotton Mills, Pittsburgh,
daceosu i v lELEIMIk
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS
Monday, September 10,
51 Wood St., Pittsburgh.
PRESENT FOR INSPECTION,
FALL TRAD E.
FOR THE PRESENT SEASON
TERMS, YET CASH,
94 WOOD STREET,
WROLESA LE DEALERS
Foreign and Domestic
Announce that they have just
received and are now opening
an UNUSUALLY LARGE and
WELL SELECTED STOCK of
all articles in the
DRY GOODS LINE,
Which they offer to the trade
at the lowest market rates.
Dealers will find it to their ad
vantage to call and examine
their Stock, comprising a hand
some assortment of many
Scarce & Desirable Goods,
Together with Superior Styles or
all the best makes of
American Delaines, .
Bleached and Brown,
. Col'rd Drills, &c.
fr - 1
Plain While, Scarlet, Mixed, Red and
Grey Twilled, Rob Roy, Miners,
Shaker and Shirting.
re.), +t r=4 =4, b:lrie'F-=
di!/C3., 4rb 0., dbo.
FRENCH, GERMAN AND ENGLISH
FANCY DRESS GOODS.
Our Stock will embrace a great vari
ety and all the latest Novelties.
A Full and Complete
IRK, 1111INDLESS & CO.,
94 Wood Street.
J I LN - T. f_kitALlC,
LIOUSE AND SHIN
PAINTER, GRAINER AND GLAZIER,
No. 54 Hand St., Pittsburgh.
.112Vrollei7artlIr t :LTIOreop f raVtl i d el.`gfaT.
able rates. Jelke.B7
WILLIAM H. BROWN,
of the Ono of BROWN' t Monnow, )
notraz lOW SIGN PAINSNG,
IMERIGIN IRON 1101115.
JONES & LIUOHIES,
l'lW'rt323l7l=l. 4 3FS,
AMERICAN AND CLAIR
Bar, Roop, Sheet and Plate Iron;
Angle and T Iron;
Coal Screen Iron;
T Raill,l6 and 20 lbs. to the yard
Train Rails, punched and coun
Boiler, Bridge a - id Tank Rivets
Cut Nails and Spikes;
Ship and Boat Spikes;
Railroad Fish Bars and Bolts;
Railroad Car Wheels and Axles;
Street Car Wheels and Axles;
Coal-Pit Car Wheels and Axles;
Patent Cold Rolled Shafting;
Patent Cold Rolled Piston Rods;
Mower and Reaper Bars.
120 Water and IN Front Ste.
Nos. 22,24 and 26 River St.,
KENSINGTON IRON WORKS.
LLOYD & BLACK,
Beal Common, Refined Charcoal
Juniata Bloom Iron.
MERCHANT BAR, ROUND and SQUARE IRON
HOOP, BAND, T and ANGLE IRON.
BOILER PLATE and SHEET IRON.
MOWER and REAPER BARS.
CYLINDER and GUARD OR FINGER IRON.
SMALL T RAILS, 20 and 16 lbs. to the yard.
WILOO lila CHAIRS and SPIRES for same.
FLAT RAILS, Punched and Connlersank.
COAL SCREEN IRON.
NAILS and SPIRES.
Warehouse, No. RS Water sod No. n Market stn.
Works, beetled street, Eighth Ward. adjoining
Ctty Gas Works, l'ittsburgh. au21:14
DUQUESNE IRON AND STEEL WORKS.
HAILMAN, HAMM & CO.,
Iron, Nails, Springs, Axles,
PLOUGH. BPHIHG AHD A. B. BTEEL, &O.
Igo. 77 107a,tipx - Ellitreot,
ARSENAL GLASS WORKS.
MODES Sz; CO.,
BLACK AND GREEN GLASSWARE.
Druggists' Ware, Bottles,
DEMIJOHNS, CARBOYS, &c.,
Worind and (Mee, Lawrenceville, Pa.
rosv urrlcs ADDRESS, P ITTIth URCi 11, PA.
Always on hand, C1,,..,,1aa of the alvoye descrip
tion. All orders promptly attended CO.
Particular attention paid to private Moulds.
McLEAN & BLATOR,
No. 83 Liberty St., opposite Fourth,
CABINET NI A K FRS' HARTWARE.
They make a specialty of Iron Bedstead and Pivot
Castors . . Porcelain, Bedstead and Pivot Castors:
IL dstead Fastenings; Stops for Extension Tables,
Ile. They alsotuanufactun, and hare eon•4antly
on hands Thu 131 n Latches. spring Lateites, •Lean Is
Window Sash Supporter, 31•Lean•s Eccentric sash
Button, Utility Shutter and Butt Hinges, Urind
"One Hangings, had irons, halt Weights, dc., Se.
jr1,14., . _
LIPPINCOTT & aIIiBULL,
No. 118 Water Street,
CIRCULAR, IMLAY, .
RILL AND CROSS-CUT
15:.43.. w S.
K. W. ....... H. RAELAIIILL
OWARA BOILER. WORKS.
MORROW & BAR HILL,
steam Milers, OUI Stills. Agitators, Tanks,
malt rams, Gassometerto, Wrought
Iron Bridges, Sheet Iron
CORNER LIBERTY AND SECOND STS.,
• lap R.F.PAIRLNO DONE PROMPTLY. 133 y 2 4 tea
AMERICAN MACHINE NI OHMS.
FISHER, GRAHAM & CO.,
Engine Builders and Dlachinisis,
Oil Engines, 04'Toola,
And everything necuseary s tor Koring fill
Partlaulnr attention paW Fl Lung up abutting
Pulleys, Hangers, An.
Marton Avenue, near Ft. W. & C. R. R.
REYAIRIIS 0 DONE PROM
IMMO X. SOLI ...Ulf TriLSON...TIUNTZB 01711
HOCH M. BOLE & CO..
POUNDERS, ENGINE BUILDERS AND MA
CIUNLSTS; Manufacturers of STEAMBOAT KN
(111IRS, OIL WELL ENUINES, LOCOMOTIVES
for Coal Works, .11 kinds of Lied sod Marino N
DIN ES,mado so order.
k'rom the well earned reputation of the Manager,
Mr. JAMES NELSON, we hope to secure a liberal
share of patronage Rom Steatnlaat builder. and
others wanting good machinery. Our aim will be to
do all work In the best manner for • fair compensa
tion, and to do It in the time we say. All kinds of
OASIINOS made to order. Repairing Machinery
promptly attended to. We can turn • Shaft 83 feet
long, and bore or torn • Pulley 20 feet diameter.
flikerShop on Dequeane Way near the Point.
foundry on Third street, near Market, elt p t i ti o li m it m os h .
ID. ILATLuIt, W. a. a•sa.not, Secii
PITTSBURGH BOLT COMPANY.
WE ARE PREPARED to W ake
all kinds of Bolts, from
hi to Sinehos in diam
JOINT BOLTS, CAB BOLTS,
PLOW BOLTS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
811 l LIM NE/ BOLTS, FOUNDATION BOLTS,
SPLICE BOLTS, SEI SCREWS,
NUT WASHERS. it.. Ae.
Uorner Horton .d
Butler Sta., Ninth Ward. Or
dere left at Furt Pitt oury,
lietteral Illackstalthlng promptly attended to.
FETROLIA MACHINE WORKS;
rt. S. x.antass. - sr,
Nu. 33 Ohio Fitreol, Allegit...al, ,
reaerruvirx BORINO TOOLA, AND Fi STD Man
USED IN SLNILING OIL AND SALT WEL! A
PUTIZIAJT attention Invited to Ma Patcliteal
t to . jf en n eN t a i l:;la i ft oo a r t i l r,; loin l ts, maZo d f
numbered, so that parts ein atrdered by rash or
telerph, and found • penoot at all times.
thYl i e tf% n a:s h i:lM L Ern i rtnts ' n ' reCrse ' WA
.).L. to order. Orden by mall pronitli attended to.
lam pared to grant asepses to other manufac
turers tar these ituprovelaents on liberal Len.. Lk.:
17 Allegheny I'. 14
)623:03 . 11. H. LRCM Y.
BT - IBMIL:La ‘71701 . 133.1191,
PARK, BROTHER di CO.,
BEET QUALLITI WitYLNJED OAST BTillsl..,
&pare, gnat and Octagon, of all alaes. W arrante
equal to any ported or manufactured In Ode noun
441 - 001ce and warettoum, No. 10 and.tal rir,t, an
and 12Sacond .treat.. Plttaborsh eao.e,/
JON. P. 11A1011 WM.1111..1.Z¢.
DIMUESNE AND WEST POINT
,MHN FORGES, PITTSBURGH, Penna., man-
Sufacture all classes of Yorglnge, vie: steamboat
haft Cranks, Piston Buda, Levers, Pitman Jews
ndWrists: also, Railroad Axles, Locomotive
Frames, and all shape work. The tsudersla tett
having been for many years engaged In the
are prepared. to tarnish all orders entrusted to
them with promptness and Winston.
JO:F. at. HAIGH Eta I,
LA BELLE STEEL 1;11:IISTAIN. ";:;
XLEIXTMELTIL elb (70.
Alaoufactofero of CAST STEEL; SrKINO. i•UIW
and ULAMITHA UTKEL; dPRLYUS, AILES, CHOW
Air °Sec, No. OS WATER MTIOCET (op stain)
Pluentnro. Pa. 1,12
EVERSON, PRESTON &.-O-0-:,
p EXXB rt. 1M1X.1,4
IRON WC) 11:11 - S.
311 1 =iret &.-1:184V
Q, SEVIBILINCE No. 158 WATIIII
ra.ernurieT .ritubs.rgb maufactarerorßolLlES
MIMS, WHoUtiliT 14r amino . wi natum
• .ilinktollg alllipb4,lsDttes and time
RANGES, STOVES AND GRATES.
•% LL PEIISONS WHO NEED NEW
etroKlu.: ItA N , , t.a .re In to rail and are
BISS.ELI. NEW CIN/K,N,4 R o sy
No. =l' I.lhertr .trees, whert , Inc; "In 2.14., d
complete dupply of ype sod common enameled
GRATES. COOKING SitIVES, ?ARLO& A HATING STOVES,
Wash House Forhsc-• sal Lsen•lre Move,
BISSELL .61. LO.,
Manufacturers of the eel,,,ted
Tniraren COOK STOVES. t`Ort VOAI,
And Black Oak for wood
ROSED4LE STOVE Iwo/tics.
L. PETERSON, Jr., & CO.,
Illsorkliretarer , mad I)e &lora In .1: 11,11 of
Cooking and Heating Stoves,
HOLLOW 'WARE, &c.,
Of the rCrr LATEST PATTEU WTI
Warehouse, 197 Liberty Street,
WORKS. k A`l nu3l lag
9th 'Ward, Pittsburgh.
THOMAS N. MILLER, President
These Works are a 6) 1113 V the terge.t mud moat rout
plete eatablt•htnen, It. tin Wt.,. and ere now pre
pared LEI rurnt.h
Engines 01 Ever) Devcrlption,
BoHera, 011 Tank.,
Railroad C astings,
Rolling Mill Castingl
Mae Wee Canting-9
General Una - tinge.:
?Magi I. I,IITNLI 8, .PILACI Al. r•HTHILItB,_
&HUBEI.: .1111.1.i,C1L, 15.4.11.• L M. 'OYU
GEO. W. BARI , liklit'L DUPY,
- - - -
CRESCENT swEr, WORKS,
MILLER, BAILS & PARKIN,
BEST QUALITY CAST STEEL
Warranted Equal to any In the Earke
either Imported or or Domestic
•TTIENTION PAID Iv Fink CAST
ANL, LiDi STKEL.
Office, 38 Wood Street,
IN BT. CIECILLEb HOTEL tIUILDINt.
rITTSDon.OII. Ju.e Il IL, ILfie. la•Itl:d19
pITTSBURGR STEEL WORK
ANDERSON, COOK * CO.,
Muufacturen of lb beat refined Cut Stall, &lure,
Flat awl Octagon, of all sta., Saw Plat., Hoe, Fork
and meet Cut Steel, Oast 1,4.51 for
REAPING AND MOWING MACHINED,
ST EET PLOW WIN ON, SPRINGS. AI LEA;
1.3111,C11 LAMM, Ike.
Card and Common Plough and Spring Steel,
WO co—Corner of rind and Eden .treetn, two bloats
- 0.;,;(t. to licn/ae
FORT PITT FOUNDRY.
CHARLES CLAP NEPHEWS
D ALL %INDS Or If ZANY CASTINWL.
. . • •
lipecialattentiOn knead to ItOLLINO MILL WCIILISI
BLAUT kIACHINEIII( nod itiFFORTS.
ItILFAIRS attended to promptly.
As heretofore, the twet materlals will always be
used at this Foundry.
Haring disposed of our old patterns, we are pre
pared, with NOW AND thruueicu patterns,
structed dunder the supervision of fir, }tunnel - to
(nrulah NAIL hi AL LIINES at short not Ice.
JAS. L. WOOS.
VALLEY STOVE WORIiS.
ALLEN. M'KEE & CO.,
Oates •nd Worehouse 1301 LibelLH Htreet
Manufactures* great variety of COOK, PAIILUIt
and HEATS/v(1 bTUVKS, among which are the cel
ebrated Allegheny and Monitor Coal Coo/Ong
Shoves: also, the Autocrat and :Sentinel for coal or
wood, and the unrivalled Btar of the Empire, for
ood; also. Arches, Orates, fendersr'hugar Kettles,
Dog Iron* and Hollow War roundly. mile
A.ltialhgT... VaI:KIRK J. 8. 1111.ADLIT
/ETNA STOVE WORKS.
A. BRADLEY & CO.
td.efzetzt re every varlet] of
COOK, PARLOR ANO HEATING STOVEIP
Amon/ which are the celebrated KIIREKA, TROPIO
and TALIAMAN (Coal Stovcao Vt/lIAN A. YET.
IRAN and 11tONSI1E8 (Wood Cook mores.) Also
GRATES, GRATE FRONT'S, &c.
Office and Warehouse, comer of dueoud and Woca
streets, rlllsburgh. Eutrance un na,ondlilZeel,k...
PITTSBURGH IRON WORKS.
J. PAINTER & SONS.
lima Bucket, Tub and Trunk
HOOPS AND SECRETS,
PIANOS, ORGANS, &c.
THE BRADBURY, NEW YORK,
Schomacku• If Co., PhLiadaphia
3E 2 I /LINT CP EL
The Estey di Co. Cottage Organ,
At:1in0...10,1g.! by the best musical talent In tee
United State• to be superior to all others In power,
purity and quality 01 tone, and thorough workman
These instruments have for years taken the first
Premium over ail competitors, at the various State
ad ounty Vali,. In prices they are lower than
any others, All warranted for five years.
112.1 No. 12 N. Clair altoot.
160. Simllhlie/d Street. 160
Formerly of 00 FIFTH STREET, tn 4 rvmorefl to
No. 160 Smithfield Street,
Two doors above Sloth street, where he Lu to so
rellont stock of
Pianos, Melodeons, Organs,
Knd all kinds of If lOAI. INSTEWIIENTS and
nTHINtId. 4fartduslnal Instruments repaired tsltb
neatness and dispata
EIGHT SECOND-HAND PIANOS.
I Itomtrood, roond corner., •• Knatie•s''
••make. Plano, very I fill., used. . Price WO, fog
ISO. One 7 octave ave richly carve d ew Plano Forte, over
.mm6 bass, lour round corners, pat One 6 et:
Poctave rosewood.' Y. Biome" make Plano, with
ollan attachment and iron frame, 1 504 (Me 6 0,1.-
talre rosowood iron frame MUNN
good FM& One for en;
WS, 690 and Jleel.
_They are all in order.
auZ elkft KLUTTZ bLUtiE, 4.9 Fifth street..
COAL, COKE, &c.
COAL ! COAL ! ! COAL ! ! ! •
DICKSON, STEIVRT & CO.,
Having removed their °Mee to
24 - 4=ii e 1387 '46x-t - y• Mitzroot.
(Lately City Flour M 111) SECOND FLOUR,
Are now prepared to tarnish good Youghiogheny
LUNN, NUT COAL. UB SLACK,
At the lowest Market price.
Me - Ai. Ortlrts left at their office, or addressed to
them through the in., will be attended to promptly.
CHARLES H. AItIILITROti
Youghiogheny and Connelleville Coal
And Manulacturers of
Coal, Slack, and Dentlidiurlzed Coke,
OFFICE AS!) YARD.
Corner of Roller an I Morton; first yard nu Liberty
and Clymer•treets, Ninth ward, and on Second
street, near Look No. I. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Patentee and Manufacturer, eLpplied with the
best article of Coal or Coke at the lowest cask rates.
Order. left at .y of the yards will receive Dermot
It/t A.NTIOOD:— fI - Lost! How
AXE RIMTOREII.rIIIt PIO
envelope. Pelee, rls cent Lecture on the Na
tural Treatment, and Radical Cure of lioennalor
rhyme, oencininitliVeaknese involuntary Emissions
aaaaa" DOWDY, and Impediments to Marriage gem
Fits; Mental and PhysicAl
from Self-Abase, e! NOar• .• ""----
.11. D., author of the 015.50 WOK, *C.
“A Boon to Thousands of.bogroToLs.,
Sent tinder seal, In a Wart aa •e.° P . '
... .1 two
dress. post weld. on clia „ . c. ELIA
r.37l::ery, P T . erlforit. Post. 001 mo Bee
. 11.,.5613.. m
also, Dr. Culverwellbi ”Mieffialre .as tit t a d 'inj i ,i
~ODA.SU-2 00 casks best brands,.
c., mon H o d. A ult, and SO euks best brands RC
tlnedkoiLtAkb. Insteps sad far utebs - .
r NE W OPERA HOUSE
ErtlHaut a:ld ,r.l . nulne etweees of the youthltd, bean-
UN] and arraatlle American artiste.
MISS LCCII.IJr. IVILSTEMMI
•N HT. ihn orint nal and only gensin• piny of
&AST LT S N F:, OH THE ELOrIitaLEITT
vetch MI. Lucille Western to her great doable
character of Lady isiltelettre
tett. ‘001:1 br produced. the thetlllate theloelraane,
OLIVER INtth Y. Mt.. LUCILLE la her neap
reherevatai tee of NANCY OVELEE.
VirACADEIIII" OF 111ESIF.
...El TIN°. MANAGER
trr or. MA
,tr. , llt, I, t , ,v tissaity and fashion of the
\ Ilth. forth., last thus.
'MEI N I:F.s, T 111:.
....... . r„,.. 0 . T o ",
To conelnde wsto the ltd. Farec of Van
.001 , FM: NOTIIINO.
AII rart:, N0v..1E1,, In preparation.
}miss Kate Estelle
145 r" PITTS BU G H THEATRE,
L.stax ANL , MAN . NA, AI .li. ISFiIVULNMOh
mentor"' re., pliun °Cour Pittsburgh ISYorttn
MILS. ETTIE I! Et. I , E/Mos.
Who will appeor 11, • . t- ter of
*III Is (Toestlay) EV ENI Nlt ',PI I, performed the
TILE nCllt.tttL F.. I t.t NitAL.
Lady Tearlu M,., r,i t I • liendenton.
Supported by I I' as% of °hornet. , -. Ilium eonnled In
the Western country.
NF.W FACES, NEW St'F.l. Et, V. EFFECTS, We.
To-morrow tWodnesdny I thl. sure of Mrs.
ETTLE rt EN DEff, ,N.
'TREY ARE comniG.
And Brass Band,
IVILEII..EI CD VS Ci 13AL
MI. 'AI. TUE , DAY AID WEDNESDAY, Bept
HARRY FENTON, troprietor
VV'. C. SMYTHE:
First appearance of the renowned Gyranuta, tie
LEVITdrt tenet, In conjunction wlth
the great YAM ETI TROUPE, appear Ude evening
In a eplcudld bill, Including the 10-drams, toil
tLett TH n JULIA/LS EAUE; ten, A 'Lehi or BLoon.
}IL E DAN( 1 NL: ACADEMY. MILL° LL ALL
75 Tr, ILL Gtr. tte burgh, Is Dow open day and
evening. .Invellll.o \Veal:l.4a,,and nat.],
days al 2 P. 31., Ladle, Class, Tliesdep and Friday
at 2P. a lietalenlen•s (lass. Tuesday and Friday
All the lashionaltie Walttes, Quadrilles and to
tllllous tell! Ito taught on utodenste Let3l2.. Please
call at the Muslc uturrO for circulars containing
here. ..to. gel:180
B. F. BROWN,
Local Claim A-gent.
C. S. S.ALN. COM.,
Office, No, 67 Fourth Street,
ttiEl'uN I) FL,....1t0
Pensions, Bounties, and Arrear
of Pay Promptly Collected.
No charge made until claim, are nettled, and then
but a mode. ate fen t0y9.b20
L . R. LLNDSAY, •
Office, 63 Boyle Street, AlleittleuY
Special attention given to drawing deeds. Lanes
01.8. r I.•gal documen t..
£llcolientson• 10 trusted to tam will receive care
tel sue prompt attsantissn. JeZ tf
JOHN W. TAILOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 69 Grant Street,
DEL E. DONNELLY,
Office, Sixth and Grant Streets,
Agir - dpectal attention given to all cages requiring
Surgical toperation, Je201:11go
MACKRELL & NoCOREIBS,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS:AT LAW,
No. 69 Grant Street,
OHN A. STRAIN
Ex-Officio, Justice of the Peace,
A\lf 1 . 01, I C AIIIST ILA TE,
Oilier, 112 Filth St, opposite Cathedral,
r ITTSB CEA. PA
Reeds, 7Sondt, Alortgagre, Aeknowledgments, De
potltlont and all Legal Business executed with
promptness and dispatch. mytntkl
WILLIAM JANCEY, NOTARY
13 LI C, JUST ter. or 711 E IMACK,AN D
BEAL EBTATC AZ:ENT. (Mee, cornet of Butter
and bravo,. "mete. Lawmncevlllo.
SpeeLd •1441.1011 given to the purchase and sale
of Beal Estate, the Coneetlon of Rents, and the pre,
natation and acknowledgment of all kind, of Legal
Justice or the roue sad hiotary Public
EUSTACE S. MORROW,
ALDERMAN AND CONVEYANCER,
72 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Foot of the Exteasioa and opposite Chatham Street,
MILITARY CLAIMS, PENSIONS
BOUNTIES, BACK PAY, nod Military Cla/ms
of even description, collected by the eubscrther, at
the following rates, via. Pensions, SO; all other
charms, $3 Kt.
C. C. TAYLOR., Attorney at Law,
Diamond street , opposite the Coati /louse.
- N. 13.—N o charges are made If the claim does not
succeed, and all information given gentle. see:ly
CRATELLII T. EWE'lit4,;
Attorney at Law,
No. (19 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sir Commissioner for Ohio, Kentucky, West Vlr.
gnu. Alkuouri And otber States.
L. P. STONE,
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE, De DIAMOND STREET, opposite the
Court Roust, Pittsburgh, Pa.
C. W. ItICKETISON ‘
MILLER & RICKETSON,
BRANDIES, WINES aND CIGARS,
Nos. 221 and 223,
Corner of Liberty and Irwin Streets,
IRON NAILS, COTTON YARNS, &Gil
Constantly on hand.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
MORELAND & .1111TCHELI4.
Nos, 425 8t 427 Liberty . Street.
Tba very best HORSES, CARRIAGES wn,14117 0- .
tIIES kept for hire at all then.. TDe• ttnes
RIARISEs lo the city. Yosterills, Ad, st":""
to on short notice In the best manor_
Persons wishing to entO4l. "Y i be.t gtYier
can rely upon being turned
Me proprietors give toot+ jr:ean
S C. 2cIKASTEII B VCO.,
No. 1165 Ohio St., Allegheny.
MuSassie sod ROAR Denlars In
3Peaci. df 411:Wa'zi4xL.
CAA paid for Wheat and -1.7,7R1
J SEIICHiNIMAKER & BON,
Pittsburgh White Lead Work
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