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DRY 000 I Z TR
Irma 'Merinos, 74 cis.
Frisch Merinos, 87 eta.
French Meriiios, $l,OO.
French Merinos, Kra,
21 FIFTH ST.
GIRDNER & SMELTER'S,
Including a Large Stock or HEW GOODS pkas
ed at a very GUEAT REDUCTION, and w ilt be
sold folly SO per cent. Ises than prices TEE DAVIS
* rum BAUATIIEA CIAYTEIS
At 30 cents. Reduced from cents
DARK PLAID rorLiNm,
At i 0 cants. Reduced from 73 cents
VISE EMPRESS REPPS.
At 59 Cents. Reduced from 15 bents
BLACK FRENCH RERLNOS,
I , I,
ALLISLCO per yard. Itediteed from $1.23
WIDE BLACK ALPACCAS,
Reduced 30 cents T•rd
PLAIDS, POPLINS; EMPRESS CLOTIIR
HEPPS, FRENCH PLAIDS, MOIIAIRS •
New Dress Goods
Just parehued. and wlll be sold at
BLANKETS AND FLANNELS
PRINTS AND MUSLIM'S l2i CTS
BEDEWED ONE ILf LF
ENTIRE STOCK OF
NEW DRY GOODS
AT A l REDUCTION.
NEW Goons .7IIST RECEIVED
JOB. HONE & CO
Ton smart:sent et
BOJr X JKT S D .1/74
•1 Ahe leading ?mu styles.
MECillizzleq-sr; 1311 , coeelgs.
•Oi *Quid Fr am es, rruranaja4oo l4 xed 131 k
Vel eta in most desirable shades; pinto Tansy sop.
net and Trimming Ilibbons, new and glob colors;
Incrwers. choicest Enact, and American; Feathers.
gator hat and OBEs.
711 3E5 11 , CP XID 311 211, ' = no,
Oantlyrie. Hamburg. Swiss, Boone, Clarralen.
amine Edgings and lasertings; Ylounclo a, Bands
and ildMings. limbelddered and Plain en
laL a thttra,Beta. Laces and Lace Goods.
ess and Moat Trinasiggs and Ornamental
Zrlz Ti te . ,44 l , mps ß notß i rg:L.
.mart complete stock of Jaaonets, Cambries,
Yoplßlas,, de.. de.
andkerchlefh, Plea. Lace, Bem-stitobed.
mod. Embroidered, Tape Bordered, ete...ete.
Hosiery and Glom In every taristy and aU
Ladles . and tient's Underwear. _
ensPenders and Beces a n d
12r2 . mrjr. Ilwrdez, lion-Ton and LEL 'loop_ Karts;
Bair Puffs. Nets. Union and Bilk Belting.
.13.eirCons—dhe West novelties, all kinds.
egg:n:ll4st: laid= j ar O l o g lgg
and raneom.and Pren Ho-
Gent's In the B
G rob af sg ow as Eastern Jobbing Rause&
Not. TT and T 9 Market Street.
NEW G43ODS AT GREATLY
NLICIAWNI, GLYDE &
78 and 80 Market Street,
woad call sPeedad attention to Mar
line and a 4
EIIIIIIDIDND:6—Oreoerf deocrlPP o n. _
LACES—rank, Toliss . ." . orlao. lattnal. 7llkkan.
111.1GaShillegrlallt. &amide:dd. / 1412.
Htne4,"cd Luc. a mini.
blill.AND THIMMINtie AND BUT.
saistraWlLlM ism= RIBBONS.
PAlTZakii oz;.. In be:!Makes.
Viainsottie istlX4rf—tilie_rX rerdteAs.
• (LENTLEDY.IOB PIIHNIbuItAiT tWODS — .ta fall
and complete stock.
- FANO% Aa"ZICLKIS AND NOTlONS—temptress'
a handaorte and acceptable present.
N" ram Goons,
BEN N CP reat,
,xo. r FIFTII STREET.
VPITATION sod EL LAVE to gran
litt i VitT a; 4 /0 14 a ffirT I IVON de7 - r1; 31
killlP E LAZE, do MITRE do
fsT=Fklie IT ItiVIVIs .
EIT 4 ItI. NJ= incus,Tais. ran= a'Lut.
ffeysV244#l,lB' SHE •
Tuagais, b usol a 7fewvias.ca.,.
Sow &Aft irsioia ea
CLOSENG OUT SALE.
OF FINE FILL AND WINTER
Cl..®'x ix G.
$lO,OOO Worth of
COTTON AND WOOLEN HOMEY,
Scarfs, Ties, Suspenders, &c.
Also, $5,000 Worth of Gloves,
ill Destriptiono, all of ohich ell' he sold at
FOR SIX T 1 DAYS,
AND MUST BE SOLD
Before remoelata ray New Beth Hug
Opposite the• Union Depot.
ail -The lease of Store gad tnreillog, together
Ith Counters. Shelving, Show Cum& t., for rale.
J. D. RAMAINEY)
834 and 336 Liberty Street,
$2.5,00 0 WORTS OF
FOB. BALE AT
Cheap - Clothing House,
Corner of Ohio Street and Diamond,
At Wholesale and Beta il.
Pine FallCy Callihan% Salts
Tina Taney Heavy Caasbnere Bane 25 00
Plna Watt Bang Up Overcoat+
HelTi Bearer Overcoats
Cuter BeliT,et Overcoats
Fine Black Cloth Frock Goats
nun Black Trench Iryork Coats
All Wool rail ts and Vats
WoolFreachCay. Pants sp,i Fats..:. It 00
Ones Mere Vests froxii
Ready-Made Boy's Clothing
CUSTOM. WORK IRLDE TO ORDER ON TUE
GENT'S FILTBNISHDVG GOODS.
Silk Underw ear,
Wool Under Wear,
Merino Half Hose,
Shaker Knit Half Hose,
Awerican Suspender U,
FANCY scaurs, ?weir PINN,
LINEN AND PAPER COLLABB Q crrrs,
lIIITATION Luria no
MACRUM & CARLISLE,
19 Fifth St i reet.
BIIGNIFICENT HOLIDAII PRESEICTS.
•- . •
AIM Bole Aunts 'setae A L
for the WOK% COD I
CLOT El LI ND • Ni) ALL PA - PIN COLL Ann •
. haro• Malt Tags and DUeetton Labels: •
•El ray Moulded Paw enners:
The Linln Im:tattoo Collars; •
The "nue , shirt, warrantee to ht; •
Bradley's Duplex Slnptie 131eIrts. ilt slzes—To
Dealers aeltsnufseturers , Prices;
k at LESS THAN HALF TEEM
AND DLIMPS win And our
Cprtoes°°llirjggilrrl"telibi' '7.relaced. IU:
nod many articles at les.
%Mineola, in order to close out.
Ladies and Uelittemen wlshl cue to make Holiday
Presents %111 And many useful and suitable uticles
it Greatly Iteeneed Prices. •
WHOLESALE DBE GOODS.
ARBUTHNOT, SHANNON &
N 0.115 Wood Sl o Pittsburgh,
San to Cora and reCeiTing,Al fall implrtment
DRY GOODS AND NOTION
The Attention of Dealers is Invited.
c.unnonsur..w. T. ULMNO:Ca. G. sTirneasOr.
I URN, RUCANLDESS&
tuns wisaos. cats c 0..)
weinsasus °SALIM" 111
FORIIIN AND DOMESTIC DRY 000 BS.
we. so waca.
araimron OF AiWant" .
arc. CITY AND_ SUBDRBAN.
(11:BaIONAL LOOM, lEWB 011 Inn PAGE)
Fl 50 to 5 00
Al4o, A. LXILUZ STOCK. OF
SCARF RINGS, SLEEVE BUTTONS,
PINS, 7.11E11L . TIES.
LINEN AND NILE lIANDECEIVIEL
P. H. EATON, 1741fth St.
Bleb Pe.rld and Work litixesV
blikodkeretilef and Wore 1101“;
Elegant PerfaUlelY Wand.; I -
Cigar stands and Dressing Cage.;
pine ram, Belt Clasps. Mbar..
BOvrood and Jet Jewelry;
Tine ',loran° Wallet. and Bag..
Bealalso openings choice eollec lion of
and imitation Late bloods:
Plain gad Embroidered blandlibrchict.:
Ladles' Cashmere rout!: -
Pine Cloth and Mil Glares; •
V.lTer e ll o rtglird t rriatr i :ig. ; a vimplete stock
Mar Knits, new article.
MAOIIII2I & OABLISLE,
Which they Offer at
A2n;TO Irma' f
WIII be oraI:LOMAS.* for re4llotfork roio 0 11 KaOr"
Slot; raVeottOthet;otiontritho Ilatoro SoptibUCOrt
25 BBL& lIMETIAN 11/04:Sng`
1144 "rag w it b itly op".
wous stmt. '
The Biaer4 or Fire raderwriters.
The Board of Niro Underwriters of Aileghc•
ghany county, having adopted anew tariff of
minimum rates of Premium, which went into
effecton theist Instant, it is considered duo
to the propeity owners of Pittsburgh and vi
cinity, that Una reasons which led to this ac
tion on the part of the Board, should be bridy
That the business of Insetithee may be ade
quately sustained by Capital, It must be Made
equally remunerative with other branches of
business. and that it is not thus remunerative
can be shown by a glance at the increase
of Mum, erpenses Mad Sines of insurance Com
panies over what they were previous to 1860.
Losens,—The losses by are during the pact
eighteen months in this country, have beets
some ninety millions of dollars. For the ten
twenty mil ions or dollars annually. The
years.pmceeillnic the war the hisses did not ex.
seedtoss by fire in Al eglieny county from. August
lllth, 154, to March Mtn, ISial, embracing a per
led of nineteen months, as taken from the
°Metal reports of the Fire Marshal, teetclied
the enormous amount Of one Million seven
thousand three laundered and fifty-three dol
lars! and during:the last twelvemonths of that
period, tile losses by fire in this county, (and
principally in the two cities,) averaged abollt
sixty-two thousand dollars &month.
Carre.tt.—The Municipal state end Tinned
States taxes, paid by insurance companies,
'have increased more than 500 per cent. within
the last five years, while the other expenses
have increased since the change in' cerrency.
In proportion to the increase of expenses In
other braneheft insurance losses are Manly
partial, and Mechanics will not repair bellils
lags for Insurance companies for a less sum
than fermi:ere. Delete, enriber and goods, to
replace others lost Or damaged must be paid
for at the increased prices; thus while hares,
capense4 and fosses have largely increased, the
prices paid for insurance have not adVanced;
on the contrary the rates In this city.= many
descriptions of property are actually toner
than they were in ISOM
DiVaDENns.—lnsuranhe capital has not been
nearly so remunerative as 15 generally sup
posed. An examination 'of the amount of
dividend declared within the past three years
by the various companies doing business in
hew York, as shown by thf4roperts of Super
intendent Barnes, will oho that teren-feeths
of those companies have p ssed from one to
three dividends; that only about onsteinft of
the whole number have realized far their
stockholders over per reef. atonally and
that the dividends paid hate, In a majority of
instances, been reedited from the investment
of the capital, and net from the lire business
of those Companies., The business of fire in
surance has been: equally liaremunem
tire in this city. Qfithe fen older local com
panies, only eta kayo, within the Last three
years, paid six pet
. cent. or overt annually,
while all except nee 'hart Passed one ormore
dividends, it having required all of the pros
miums received In their tiro business, together
with the amounts ;unitized by investment of
their capltal,—after deducting leases, expen
ses, and taxes--te lay by an adequate reserve
fund for the protection of their policy holders.
It may les granted that it is contrary to the
nature of things teat the alarming epidemic
of fires, which hka been raging for three years
last past, ehould continue ter an indefinite po
lled, but it requires no extraordinary knowl
edge of the laws of finance to determine that,
unless the income of tire insurance Companies
can be increased in nearly the same propor
tion as their outlay, their soundness financial
ly and their ability to protect trie policy hold
ers, must soon beenclo seriously impairedt in
fact the. manCgers of insurance companies,
both In this country and in Europe. aro pre
f.:int:Ally convinced that Unless there Is an ad
vance in rates commensurate in some degree
.alth the increase of current expenses and
losses, these auxiliaries to commerce must in
a lee' years cease to exist; and for obvious
reasons. The strong companies will lenge on,
the weak encores, nod,
The rates heretofore received were not ade
quate for the losses of ordinary fires. It these
were to continue, upon whet is the policy
holder to rely to meet those inevitably recur
ring conflagrations from which few, if any,
lingo cities and towns are exempts? The
country requires en increase of premium. it
is not lees the Interest of the insured than
the insurer: The Board therefore coned catty
appeal to an intelligent, bu.sineas public, to
sustain them in this slight advance on the
rates of premium heretofore Paid.
We give below the description of two new
counterfeit greenbacks, compared with the
genuine bluest -
es. imitation. Mead on top, Act of March 5,
191;3. The female Is In the centre with left hand
resting on a shield and right hand on a sword;
Lae the hand turned to the left and the eyes
looking .in the earns direction. In the genu
ine the head to turned the same, but the eyes
are ooking front. The foot, in fourcoer
feit is distinctly seen, and counta toes; in
the genuine it is not visible. fi k the reverse
side, In the words "United Ma tesof Ameri
ca," the ehading le t te rs through the letters;
in the genuine the are shaded on the
edge only, showing white between.
59 on the lance of March lii, INS. The words
"United States," when compared with those
of a genuine bill, have a scratchy appearance.
In general appearance, paper and printing.
they are well calculated to deceive.
Ellen . Clay, an aged lady, claiming the First
ward as her place of ;cadet*, was up before
Alderman Ilumbert, yesterday, to. answer a
charge of larceny preferred against her by
Slaty Ilea:ill: it appears that the prosecu.
tn . ; allowed certain articles of clothing which
she had washed on Wednesday to hang on a
clothes line In her yard Mirth if the night, be.
tiering the freezing would enhance their pa
rity. In the morning; however, the articles
were non at, and remained so until yesterday
morning, when Mrs. Idetkill ascertained that
they were in possession of Ellen Clay, being
be-stowed In a wood shed m the rear of her
dwelling. On going to the place designated
she found the articles, as reported. and with
out removing them. proceeded to the Millis.
t rate's °face and made the information against
Ellen. She was admitted to ball in the sum
of We fora hoaxing to-day..
Among the new patents issued for the week
ending December 11th, are the following
henry C. Van Thie, 'or 'Fittaborgh, Ps., lOr
improvement ln. relining petroleum.
Thos.!". roster, of Vl3lOll Mille, Pa., for Ito.
provement In oil wells.
Henry J. Leasure anti James S. Gill, of
Wheeling, W. Va.. for Improved cooling glass
C. IL 'Roberts and .1: S. Hartsell, of /Wilson,
re.,for Improvement In fruit gatherers.l
Aron Dasebees, of Slperville, Pa.. for Im
provement In ininstrumenj for: . destroying
Clemens Weaver, of Easton, Pa., for Improv
ed car coupling.
A. Wells of Morgantown, W. VS., for Ira
provemeneln cotton seed cleaners.
The Turkey Trouble Again.
Joseph Thomas, the potty° market cOnsta•
bin, yesterday arrested Margaret Grant, who
approached the poultry stand of a country
woman named ,Isabella Wilson, in the second
story of the Market' ' House. After looking
over sumo turkeys, it is alleged that she
seized one, pinned it under her shawl, and
started MT, imagining herself the lawful pos
sensor of the fowl. Officer Thomas thought
otherwise, arrestea the woman end conveyed
her to the lock-up. Mrs. Wilson made infor
mation against Margaret before the Mayor,
and the accused. after a hearing, was commit
ted for trial In default of bail. ()Meer Thornas
conveyed her to Jail, and afterwards appeared
before the Grand Jury, who found a true bill
A Word to the Christine Publie .— The.
Lay Missionary of the' City Missionary Hoard
tells me that It meets a great many Caßos of
dmditntion. 'lbis we are to expect and pro
', ide for in such a season as this. Will the be
nevolent please send to the Church Book
More, No. leSilinlthflela street, such clothing
no they can spare, directed to Mr. John H.
Morris, Lay Missionaryt Ile will distrib.
J. L ute it
carefully. Any money sent to Mr. llynch,
Treasurer of the Missionary Board,No. WI Mar
ket street, will be carefully used by the Lay
MbisloruuT. Help of every sort is needed at
0110, and none who are destitute are denied a
share of the es entrusted to mel. I beg
that aid may a t o nc e
on a c n e be liberally given in this
work of mercy. J. B. KCEPOOT, DiShOp.
Venal'lln PaTIOPSInk.—Tho advertise
ment of this reliable banking Institution, of
which James ii. Riddle, Esq., is Cashier, will
bo found in another column. The - place of
business is at No. 43 Ohio street, Allegheny.
Every stockholder Is individually liable, gad
there can possibly be no safer place to deposit
funds. The busluess wilt be managed upon
the molt liberal system, one that will prove
highly advantageous to the depofiltOrse
cheerfully recommend the Franklyn Sa . W
Bank as a reliable anti safe instituticrt to all
of Our readers.
Eastman's Patent Bedsteads.—Decided
ly thn most beneficial Invention In the cham
ber furnishing lino we have recently exam
ined, is the Eastman patent bedstead. now on
exhibition at No. fin Smithfield Street. They
aro Lingle and double. and can be instantly
folded and made. isortable without even dam
aging the bedding, on moving a nut, bar or
bolt. Housekeepers should call and examine
this truly great invention. mr. It. P. Owens
is the general agent.
A Sellable Firm,—Any of rs
contemplating purchasing wagons,c arts, bar.
rows, An., An., cannot find any better or more
durable manufactured articles than at the re
liable factory of Itai per, Gutman A, Co., Bea
ver street, Allegheny. 'They pay particular
attention to all orders entrusted to their care,
.and In eveu cuss warrant to give mare satis
faction. We respectfully commend them to
the.patronage of the community. Their card
refl.—The chimney of Snyder" blacksmith
shop, in the Eighth ward, fell yesterday' morn.
Mg about eight considerableo'l terrible crash,
carrying with It a c portion of the
roof and slightly injuring °neat the workmen
named Fletcher Smith. The chimney bad
been erected on a platform of planks which
the assaults of time bad so far weakened as to
make it inadequate to sustain the weight of
the structure, and hence the accident 06.
Notespaper Chanam.—The Lim and spicy
American Elificen, of Dialer. Ps-, has changed
hands. AM i n
Robinson vacating the ed
itorial chair in favor of Major U. - A. Anderson.
Under the administration of our gattiotia and
highly gifted friend A.ndorson, we look for do.
clued improvement in the Cdfans, and trust
that he may be awarded au the success which
his enemy cud' r . merits. Our best
wishes foUow Ur. Robinson. •
AdJassed.—Asum aaoll9 wu betara,N•
Berman Johns yesterday, ohusedirlth surety
of ths pesos, ou ath. of Slictueotlns Dither, a
holy of color, and a resident at Fort 11,-n t
Outtall street. in the Sereoth ward.'
conshlerable dlsouslon,tho cutter was
c ow auusto4 try Amu plyhtir the OCee odd
Olomenuasv witlidsloniog gult. •
Arrilral of t.e Steamer Vrib
Man Privateer Emelle—llead.centre
Stephen. In Parte—Advance In toured.
erate Bonde--.The Mexican Empire
New Coax - , Dec. 11.—Tlie steamer Cuba,
wnlch arrived yesterday afternoon, reports
that two hundred and slaty miles off the
liook, She Saw d scflodner making signal.%
Probably the Fenian privateer Estelle.
English advlces show that the government
Is making groat preparation to suppress the
Fenian! In, Ireland. Large ntiantities Of
breoch•loadera have been sent there for the
Four thousand percussion caps were found
Detectives are watching everywhere for
Stephens' arrival. •
A. Paris letter says that Stephens reached
there alter staying a day and" night in Lon
Confederate bonds In London had advanced
The Impression Awful Where In Prance Is
that the Mexican Empire Is ended.
The LA's Liberie considers the affairs of
France with the United States as very deli
The Bale of Goverment GOld—Congtets.
tonal Prayer Meeting— Ex• Governor
Lyoli fobbed bf 101,000—roythtfatr
WAA1113(11TO3, Dec. li.—The , House Commit.
tee is equally divided on Ide. DcutwelPs Mil.
directing twenty millions of gold to be sold
weekly. Mr. Harper has not yet declared him
self, and tt, is untie tool that it piactically
Iles with him whothe it shall be reported or
sleep In the committee.
Thirtrone members Congress organised
a player niceties last nib t.. Senator Foster
I presided. ,
Ex-Governor Lon; of. Idaho, was robbed In
the cars from New York of four thousand
PIVIDaSter Paulding has been pardoned by
All delinquent Southern Postortices will be
closed, The Sanford-Conover case comes up
Heeling' of the western Astoetated
CrIMAOI3, December li.—The Western Asso
elated Press re.assembled at ten o'clock a. m.,
and resumed the discussion on the action of
Messrs. Halstead aiol White, of the Execttlive
Committee in New York. [
Tending the discussion, a motion was made
that Mesas. Brook and -Beech, of the New
York Associated Tress, he Invited to seats In
the meeting, with. the right to participate In
This was at first voted down, but was subse
quently re-considered anddiarrled by unani
Mr. Halstead, of the Cincinnati Commereird,
made a specchof half an hour, concerning the
action of toe Executive Committee In New
Mr. Brooks, of Now York, spoke about all
hour in reply, mAking no propositions, hut as
suring the western tree of the rectitude of
the intentions of the .sew York Associated
Mr. Medill, of the Chicago Tribune, replied
to Mr. Brooks in a speech or about an hour,
exposing the despbtisui of the New York press
gang, after which an u.ijournment was sllsti.
ed until eight r. M.
On re- assembling, Mr. Story, of the Chicago
Times, moved the previous luestlon, on the
ratilleation of the recent action of the Execu
tive Committee in New 1 ork. Previous ques
tion sustained by yens, [23; nays, 1 1.
Tne report or the Executive Committee was
then adopted and confirmed by yeas di, nays
3. Neative votes w ere east b the Chicago
Journa g l, Cleveland Ircent,l and CleVidand
The Chicago Rel./thefts announced that it
would he bound by the action of the Associa
tion, and therefore would not vote.
The meeting then appointed a Committee,
consistin of Messrs. Story, of the Chicago
Times; H eldman,
ldman, of the Louisville bburicr,
and Smith, of the Cincinnati Garotte, to me,
moralize the Western Union Telegraph on the
subject of the tranamisslon of reports of the
Western Associated Press; said Committals to
forward their memorial through the Board of
A committee;conslsting of Mt sore. Halstead,
of the Cincinnati Cbuinfercia/: White, of the
Chicago Tribune, and Cowley, of the Cleveland
Lender, were appointed to arrange the details
of business growing out of the relation of [the
United States and European AP , 4OCIatIODS.. •
A committee wits also appointed to commu
nicate the ,adios of the Association to the
press of the country outside of the city of New
Reaolutions were unanimously adopted in
• favor of the repeal of the tux on advertise
ments and tariff on printing payer.
At eleven p. m. tan IlASOClailtal adjourned
From Non Mexico
Lawreswonvu,December 11.—A petition,
fifty-two feet long, containing the names of
nearly all the prominent citizens of New !tox
ic°, has been forwarded to Washington, pray
log for the increase of the military fore; in
that Territory as absolutely necessary to ;um
tent the lives and property of the people
agstrist the Indians, who aro plundering and
.murdering with impunity.
The shipments of gold from Denver City, for
the week ending December ith, amounted to
ounces—en increase of - 71 ouncesover the
previous Week. .
4 From illontreal
hiCIPTIMAL. Dec. 11.—]Ire. Jed. Davis has cc
turn.' to thin city.
The conduct of Ir. Devilujulhe S +rect., burg
trial was severely critic:oc.! us affording di
rect encouragement to lenlenhan.
j MILLER & RICKLTSON,
AND 1m rum Elttl et-
Brandies, Wines and Cigars,
Nos, 221 and 223,
Corner of • Liberty and Irwin Streets,
IRON. NAILS, COTTON YARNS. &C.,
Conats.tir on tistl. .
96 Liberty Street,
DEALERS IR GROCERIES & PRODUCE,
Fresh and Choice Arise les,
AT LOWEST CASH PRICER.
Our aim Is to keep is
First-Class -Family Grocery,
And mate It a lIATIB/ACTIOX to ALL who may favor
" with Trattn7l42.Atl'lTe 41"
BwiIICUS # GII4EF,
04 Liberty street, corner or Ferry.
14 • 111 ST CIAI-4-1-A GIAS
AND PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTORY.
No. 110 Wood St., Pittsburgh,
Keeps on hand and manufactures to order the
YIN If,STSTYLKOI GILT. scuSlaWool.l and *AL.
It'ilOtitz`VlT2lll , lt E eNllTC ,6lll,Tl t: 2
sod BrntAIIIII Consols, Tripod and Ilrletec Tables
°VII,IIIVITddrIV ftleo7lll7NT.eblPe.euted In the
NE WATCHES, JEWELRY, DIAMONDS
French Clocks, &c.
F lo* In
ATUIIB.tI. I, en . to the HEMMING OF
.Vo. 22 Fifth Street
JA.AII , I K. PAIN AL ES . I ITCAARN
ON:EINES AND LIVERY STABLE,
.Iro. 410 Penn Street.
VAIN &PITCAIRS, Proprietors.
id- Oxintlmsci and earriages.lurnished for all
trains. Also, Carriages for rimers/a, Wedding.
and Parties, at short notice and reasonable rates.
Stable Open Day and. Night
PIESICK & 8110., Engine Build;
A% ICUS AND 71A(3111NIBTS, manufacturers of
Ritaick , s Patent balance Valvgs, for Bunn En
faxies,and all kinds of Brower. /Machinery, Shaft
wlll trgrtionliilliatacVVVrger fl o oliN .l a Plre
Enfilltilift and polling no machinery promptly
/Ind dealer In. TORSION AND AMERICAN
YLLOITS. TICKLES, NUTS, do., dc.,
No. 112 Federal Street,
Second door hem ltta First Nation. , Rank, •
WILL[AM & COWAN,
PLASTIC CUTE CEMENT ROOFERS.
s eR 1
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WALL , . PAYER-Ol all 9s ir iv :.
for orto% Ha " P a rr, m
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BELL ' S SPECIFIC REMEDIES
Are warranted In all eases. for the speedF andper
manent acre of sill diseases arleing from sea nal-ex
cesses or YOUTHFUL INLIIISCH.FT/ON. hernias!
Loss. Nighty Mansions and Semen( Dreams. Gen
ital., Physical and•Herrous Debility, Impoteuce,
Lllslet., bestial Dlsesses,_lc-, Re. NO CIIANGS
or - DIET /SI( ECK6IIIIIY.__TE year]. be used with
out detection, and never fall 10eff ect a core, If tined
secordnig to instructions. •
- -- • -
BELL'S 'SPEC C PILLS,
lee one dollar per box, or six boxes for ire dot-
Wet also, large bones. °Outgoing lour
small.. Price three dollars. -
Fp= four to six boxes are ge crane required to
epee ordinary wee of Bernina l eskness and Elul.
nuns, though benefit is derived Dom using a single
Chronic domes, nnd.parti ly when Imp*. ,
teOce or Genital Deblilif wi Die nous Prostra-
Hen has affected the system
BELL'S TOM PILLS
Art recommended as the most Nucleus reJorinat.
log sad Invigorating rem yin the world.
A package, price five dollars will last a month,
tad llgenerally sueleient.
In extreme cases of DeblUte d impotence. •
Ilellls External Remedy,
Price two dant., sUnicient or a monto. can roe
need to good ad. ntsge. .
It gives strength to the o s us, and with the
Pale wUI restore thento ... l4 tr i orroal condition.
before j FeC l a r cli e Tt roVVZ2l'si le r i tkili v r esw greatbseuecs
eon lathe alleviation of huMln misery, ass excited
tl e s s pe 'u cregill f , A e gp n r xl7= l' lll7 h e o irglu t s b ; n 6 d a ltl!
Yedisements, sometimes wont for word, and put up
Morthlese cmpounds teat disappoint the lust; ex
pectations of ihepurchmer. I
If you cannot purchase Belt's Spectfic named les of
your Druggist, take nO other, but send the !honey
DIL JAIWIES BRYAN,
No, 810 Broadway. New York
And Ton 1.111 [keel. them, BY return Of ma ll
post paid, and free trout observation.
JOSEPH FLEnorriG, Draxelst,
Corner ticket and Inamond, - .6 gent,
au3:lZuwe IWT • Pittsburgh, Fa.
WTO LAIDIEB4-11 you require
a tellable rernedy.to t estoreync, and remove
irregularitleo or obetruetions, WHY NOT MBE
THE DEBT. Every lady knows the Wag
ularity of nature Is likely, to bring on Headache,
Giddiness. Low Spirits, Painting, Hysterics, ,fills.
then the bloom of health fade.. the appetite falls,
and other symptoms more dlstreastog, continence,
as Weakness, Spinet Complaint, the White,. Pro
lapses. de, R
de. A REVE.FAILING REMEDY
11l be found In DR , ItAiINEVII
PILLS. The extorience of 31 years a r V I
, they have no equal for removing ye a ' s
Irregularltiee, no matter from what cause they
arise. They are salt and sere In every case. Up.
wards of 00,000 boxes are sold annually, and TIO cum
plstrit of their efficacy Hever Ourd. for theyaccom
felts what they are represented to do. Sold in boxes
containing stay pins. Price one dollar.
lilt. HARVEY S GOLDIN PILLS is a remedy
four degree. stronger than the above, and lutended
for special eases °flour standing. Price live dol
lars per box.
11 you cannot purchase the Pills at your Dreggist,
they will be sent by mall, post paid. eceere fronLob
.ervation, on receipt of the money, by Dr. JAMBSBRYAN, Conseltieg Physician, No. 519 Broadway,
JOSEPH PLEHING, Ornirest, ,corner Market
and Diamond, Agt for Pittsburgh. au:nl.l=YsAw r
SKEET 'IKON WORKERS,
N 05.20, 22, 24 and 20 Penn R.
Having secured a largeard, and furnished itWith
the most approved machi y nery, we are prepared to
Man every deserintiair m adehe
hest manner, and warranted equal to lay la
the country. Chimneys,' Breeching. Fire Zeds,
Mans Pipes. Locomotive Ballets. Oondesaers, Balt
Parts. halls, Agitators, Battling Pans.
Boller Iron. Bridges, boast. Pans; ands ole manu
facturers of BAUNLIILL'S PATENT 1101.a.ESS.
Itepairlng done on the shortest notice. 1e6m41
tar -LAKE SUPERIOR --
COPPER MILL AND SMELTING:WORKS.
PARK, BIcCITRDY di CO.,
Manufacturers of Sheathing, Brasiers` and Bolt
Copper. Pressed Copper Bottoms, Still Bot
toms, Spelter doldur. Abu., Importers and dealers'
In Metals, Tln'Plate. Sheet Iron, Wire. £e. Con.
stantly on band. Tinners , Machines and Tools.
Warehouse, lib. 140 glass and =I SZCOND eiTILLITS.
Pittsburgh. Special orders of Copper rut 1 . 1.1
desired pattern. ntyl4:ol:ditseT
Or PITTSBURGH SAW WORKS,
r.r. or PREtt i ann i ratcttif/t= l:
ed CAtiT n'T EEL SAD of rfeI74eICIVUOSI. SW,
Mute Cross-Cut, Gan , and all other varieties.
Altitude °PK NI V and lirnlii On nude (rep
sheet Cott Steel:KlM reline i lilf.Arkill and MOW
it MN' line dz.
SigeWsrebouse and Works, Oriel WaTin and
31 Vartl R? e dr"Z"L alar siten9lrri bu d h. to re-tOotnnalt." ram
ming end atrsightenint Circular gams; also, repairs
of. all kind.. rune: Ling and Drilling done at rea
sorubla rates.. les:tas
IarROBEICSON, REA & (Sue..
*mon to )loatraox. MINIS at Alums%)
ren.den i nachuit.g., pus.buisb.
Yana:unarm of Boat and titaitonafy Steam En
git=44,"Ctalitigre all Mi d l earfr2l1 1 1., 7.0:r2=2:
and ntlus, itogr e finiencS Iron Wort.
'el PATENT ainCTOll
lAL INSTITUTE FOll
N 0.1.11 BOND STREET. NEW YORK.
Tail nformation.with th• hiptrstastr.onwor;
also. • Book on Special Dissent. L. • eeugeeeen
sue/T., sent free. ISsre Be sure owl afoul fur
18.1 n. and sue will nor mind Br for, as . d iet alb:4
physicians are genersil• importer, , without erne,
enr44 no ti tiger should be tro.ted. Enclose
for po4twge, LE T . diecLAWUENCE!
No. 14 BONDISTIL NEW YOILE. nol2:cet
4 - d„ COKE, 8:13.
PITTSBU RCN NATIONAL
OIL IND:COKB CONPINY
MINIMS, SHIPPERS AND DEAL
KIM- Wholesale sod Ectatt. t itto
- BEST FAMILY COAL,
Nut C7creal t 1 Olassiolx..
•ND TABU, CRNED. Ft/WITH AND
TltY ealtEr. rlttaborgtt,
All orders for delleery Aho City, or: ohlpMent
West, will meet prompt mod Immedlatle attention.
It. A. Sell NABZ ,, , Supertotentlent.
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
IMPORTANT TO CONSUMERS.
HUMIEL . & RABER
vit.e the attention of the public to Mel r lee stock
of COAL Just received, including the following •a
RAMP, 2. 3 and Men &nit,
Lyklis Not. 641, and Chostnalk
which they Ire preps+ to deliver at-the
LOWIitIT ILATZe, by the liagit boa, car load, host
load or thousand tons.
AU orders prouiptly attended to..
Ohre: 102 Chestnut streeti stratinDiai.
COAL I COAL 31 COMA!
DICKSON• STEWART & CO.,
Heelag tempted their Oltlee to
DkTa. 567 lailaort9 Mitrecot
(Lately City flout Allll tICON 13 'Loos.
Axe nagger, g r r jounAth OS alrimjahlt.gben7
It the lovrestUarketprice. to
air Ali order. left at Ilmlr oak*, or adolressed
them through the mall, wall* attended to PromPt l 7
• mil% :MS
CUMILES U. ABBISTRONG,
MS= to •
kland Connellaville Coal
coat, Slack, and Vestal ptiorized Ccike , ,
orneig_ AM D YARD.
Corner of Butler sun Morton; anti yarn o. Meal
Vara ou headed
"t 2 C h i l u7 " Look ri 4 o. tnaill
Iles andlilanufeeturers s peUed with the
bosttllcle of Coal or Coke at the lowest cash rates.
linters lett at say of the Turd' willreOcire/riMl
EXCELSIOR TOBACCO WORKS
R. & W. JENKINSON.
NIANUTACTIMOLS or ALL larrDS or
Tobacco, Snail and Cigars
No. 6 FEDZIRAL:SIMELT,
1 "a JD" humßui""" B a r raGERYI,P A.
Ilmoch Store at. WWI. Ohio. mys4;l4s
R. B. JEFFRIES,
'l"anic.tY.T.r.li.vorgnsieorind 114 alt
TOBACCOANUFF AND CICADA,
No. 6 T. CLAIN' tITIMIT, Pitionosau, To.
sr A witi, asewiMent of ALICEBSCHAUkt PI ViS
ondeintimuiu TOBACCO. of the beat coolity.,kort
on bona. . soyooMn
GEORGE BLIIMEN SCREI.
DRALsn tr ronzaaN Alro'Doxzeno
SEGARS, CHEWING TOBACCO
Smoking Tobacco, Pipes,bc
(Neu corner of 14bert7a
my93:tai PITTSBII RGI4 •
Dannisetorer of and Wholesale and Metall
Dealer Di all kinds of
Tobacco, Snuff and Cigars,
48 isr-prim asTEtElerr.
J ()BEN rr. 431-11,A:Y,
- I SOUSEI2II 51ONJ
PAINTER, swam AND GLAZIER,
and Onursultitia elAsiote atseeptlon
v2:40 order. ♦All waft liamproiewy milaitcr
(Lou or the inn or !magma Itoxecnr,
Mass AND I.le*rapm
Ncotlrolot corm of Thlr4 ash Mirka itreeti
WHOLESALE DEALERS IR
800 1 1%, snow
SOLE T, F. A nER,,
No. 133 Wood Street,
TO IIHORT•TIMR and CASH Drivers wp offer MI.
parlor lode "'Nettie, as our taellltles for buying are
unsurnassed by AR'T house &all Or West. Purchas
ing directly front FIRST nalrne entirely 'or Caen,
we are enabled to sell as low as any East ern Jobbbag
SIERCHAITTS are Invited to call end examine
our stock and note our prices Wore Durnhseln
uperior Conan Yarns,
SEAMLESS GRAIN BAGS ,
COTTON AND LINEN CARPET CHAIN,
Will be Promptly Filled at
gAil orders by mall will receive Immediate and
H. =Lbs & co.
THE VERY LATEST STYLES OF
Fine French Calf Boots,
Fine Kip Boots,
Ladies' Pctlish Boots,'
Ladies' Batton Gaiters,
Ladles' Congress Gaiters,
Misses and Childress' Shoes of
Every Description, at
THOMAS H. PHELPS',
.16 Smithfield Streak'
kIN 1,1.11111-THEO. ANSIICTI PAL)t
ALNIER, ANSUUTZ & CO,
J. A. ROBINSON A: CO.,
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS,
ro: 61 Market Street,
BOOT AND 8110 E EMPORIVAI,
N - o 9'2 Federal Street,
A LLEG HEN CITY
330'x - 6rarue for 811.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
No. OS Market, St., Pittsburgh
Hes lest reeelvett • very 'Wee stock of all
XICOCOIFES 8NX: 1 JESSCOEIII3,
Which he It Alsoo tell cheaper than the.cbear.
est le the elty—: take. orders for hie OWN
MAKE Ur MOTS AND SLIMES, which he tr
rants t EM o EM BE gore-est ß, i...faction:
A . LAAGE i i iiESII AIWIVAL
SUMMER BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS
Jest received, and will be sold at the VERY LUW
JEST rims , either Wholesale or Retail.
arra ES 1 Cis:. Bsroaz rracussisa• IL81•
WHUL J. Qe &W. C. BORLAND;
• No. 9113larket street, 24 door from Elftb St.
Ciiorsa 'max 11ILDIN
C . FIELDLNO
Manufacturers .d . Deaterl la
Chafflotcorta. ' 211104:14 ,
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS,
No. 140 Ohio tit., Alleghehy.
Hosictud promptly executed oa the shorten n
tice. le 7m52.
CARSON, DARLINGTON I& CO.,
BREWERS, MALSTERS & HOP DEALERS
JOSHUA RHODES & CO., Pittsburgh
Wid. W. ANDERSON, ADOEheO7,
The attention of the eettomeri of the two Arms
Is particulatly Invlted to our
ALES AND PORTER,
Which, throogh the careful 'election of Malt from
out exte.lve malting facilities and Ilona trout the
yards last and Weal, we eau guarantee to lin pure
and aatisfastory to the tied°.
Our INDIA Atilt has been highly reeotrukernded
pT riggl[Boll l. B " gistouters will please be
+ o leave their ord. riot his alien adloin
lug his old Brentry, or at our °Mee
- Corner of lloqlemie Way and Ruler's Alley, •
JAKIS Wren. a. A. YOUNG,
TtIOWAS YOU= 1110XA8 BROWN.
Ila (o>t poreha~ed the old
we tuned.. the
Pee Mb, we would Inform the
public that we Intendcontleulng the manufsetUre of
SPRING WATER ALES,
Isle from Pare Spring Water, and from our :uni
ties and long experience In the business, ■e reel
satisfied that we will be enabled to give entire sat•
mrsetton to those who map , fesor us with their Dal•
465 Rebecca Street,
sirkil orders let st SHOWN & 011ANA1113,
003 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, mil be promptly
L to. ocedel
FRANKLIN COTTON WORKS,
E. HYDE'S SONS
♦re DOW prepared to manufectire
COTTON TARN, CARPET CRAIN,
COVERLET YA.N, CANDLEWICK
.WEBT CANAL 11TBEZT. between Itobtason and
Laeoek, Allegheny City. ra.
orders hl zw .
DROGlit DRUGS!! DIWGIOU
JAMES T. SAMPLE
HAVING BOUGHT Vic iral•LicalV A lI ROG
I .llaist . rgikt QL.Firual2ll%
NlultseP on haed• NU assortment WWI =diet
tzter.w.t.g. r cheaper . Os any ennay
Preoertptiona wean' PreDuedby Orliteekaa
dr ag gets of rszWriitlar Anct FANOIr BOIPB
I On MO,
FOR•SALE.---A Fairmot about 551
acres . to Linton Township, Allegbary oi.eaty.
situate about four miles from the city OP toe
Washington Pike. The Lui_proveMeoteare • Lane
two stoty driek Dwellinglioose With L 7 rooms.
taborer ito irt " llVa l k " Ntit 14' it
q , bling ulaclent for 60 head 01 cattle. There Is
• one 1 °nog orchard comprising about 13 urea. I
stocked with the but
1. of fruit trees. It is
ali underlaid with coal. The land ts la ohigh state
"‘ ritl•ulett. well wat.rod, fences plod, and
won suit uon,
almtrably for dairy or gardening Our-,
" Es ' o . , l7N n sore.a the above. with
aneiuC.mage td other t-bollainsal with good
nee uld,Ol ßcoo l. On. TbU pi ece
j ei•• nil on.
Also, 12 acres adlolnia 6 the stbi eim • d
for a•le l•w. This Pleeele also
The above three pieces of property be
the Little Saw Mill . Run and elteubearille *hall be tween
arid the coal can be reached eully from ethic:rill!
Tile coal Corte Is worth an to.; Is asked for the en-
Alsof s. Z •
.1173 Urea, slit:stein Clairtown•
ship, Westmoreland county. j, Immediately on
the line of the Penna./Ilitre . a
area two-story Frame House With Ore rooms
good cellar, a. Frame Bank Bart, 40VO fees, ane
other out-b.thdlor. There leen:the place a good
Young, Apple Ore ud:l2o acres cleared, balance la
good timber: forte nic generaily good. well watered:
underlaid with coal and innOstOn convenient
ehorehes mills , schools and blacksmith shOps, to
gether with the personal property Ouch al stock.
implements, grata in the ground, AM • romet„ loh
•Is o•Fann of 63 urea, slanted Cittartieril
township, Allegheny county,. Pa., about. IL:Cantos
from the city, near the line of the istenbenville
t h ane wi th in one-half mlle of a atation: h) acres of
the ate t of creek bottom land, and la a high state
cultivation; acres of w d and pasture,
e soil bi No. 1, and
I X lL liVa l a s teTo ' r r ica Mi ening . . The attention of thou
andtb embark le the business will call c
ha n ce.
and secure • good barraln. as this Is a rare cnc
Aleo, Farm of 0 4
acres, athlete In Zlissoeett
township, A ll egheny county, Pa., on the Nomin
gahela river,about one mil* from the Borough of
Elisabeth. The soil Is of the best qcuitty. The Im
provements area farm house with six rooms, a
barn and other out buildings; fencing 6004.:
60 urea of coal. Churches. itchools ana Valls Tery
convenient. Possession immediately,
Also, the best Farm In Elizabeth township.
containing about tio acres, tying on the HeronF•"
belt river Immediately below Lock No. 3, on watch
is erected a large two-story brick dwelling, one 1
and one frame bans bun, corn crib, wagon shed.
brick spring house, granary, work shop. do.: *tau
30 Urea of the above is first quality river bottom:the
balance being limestone land, and underlaid with
coal, aud about 2D acres of limestone. There are
two orcherds of apple trees, In good bearing oori_dl•
4n.r1811 2 11:41:1 gardening purposes,
being a abort distance from the thriving borough
of Eli:tn.:tit, creating market at cheap or all the
products. The prourty he sold and.=
Also A Farm of 00 acres,
P untedsi in Elisabeth
township, Allegheny county, about one mile
from Lock No. 3, on Mononuthels river. Improve.
meats Sr. one frame house, with five rooms, barn.
spring house and other outbuilding. The land is uf
the best quality. The above will be sold at
For further particulars, ent Io . f 7OWER.
BeniZstate Agent. IBA Fourth street.
_FOR SALE-100' Acres of Land
in Washington eoanty. Wesley township, Ohio,
goodm:. clesred, balan large Umber; toed house,
barn; wate_rhandy, orchard. school and
churches bendy, and within 4t mile. of Cutler Sta
tion, on the Marietta and Weep:anti Railroad.
tpoper acre. '
. 1 Acre in Hankrville, 0 miles back OfTeMperaneez
vine, ea c hich there are three tenant houses of
rooms one tame house of fou rootos, lot
130 Aerm of Lesd for $2,000, Must. to Swung '
Valley, Blear county, Pa. five :Mies from Altoona
by the bunking Valley ifoad. The advantage. of
this propertr are numerons, and by ca/lingontmwe
V4VreLL, Zres' wrath 11 underlaid with
coalodtume In North Fayette Township, on the
dteubenvilie Road; Improvement., good Yrurne
House, Hz looms, good Book
Horn; about =Fruit
Trees hat 100
their prome. Re
36 Acres in Union Toon the Washington
Pike, three miles Hum skit,
31 Acre. In Scott Township, alz miles out on the
old Washington Me.
15 Acre. fn Township, three miles cut frost
5 Dwelling Houses tot—Alleglieny City, one in
Vitthlu.hurg. one to Freeport, one at Ed ,wood
nation, on the Central rennsylvenba Hallooed.
Also immediately adjoining thl. etation, few
more ACRE LOTS. Flom can be glen at able gene.
Also, Ronda and Mortgages bought and .011.
nolo Reel Estate Agent.. 139 Fourth Arcot.
FOR SALE, '
A piece orland containing 1". to 60 acres or rich
Modal ground. coureLtent to the cities. is .9w
Qered for sale ru reasonable terms. The Improve
. cuts are a
And otb et outbuildings. It b now aged as a 31arke
and is In blab order. i 1
For further particulars, apply to
5i • • .
. BRYAN. •
, Bloke: to Stoca• and Beal Zotata.
dell 57 Foarth at.. (Soma's Building.)
THE TWO-STORY BRIO% DWELLING,
No. 441 Afonterey arrest; Adleghery. Contains
nine roams, besides nrdshed attic, balb.room and
wreb.house. Tor convenience of arrangement,
and tasty and substantial &deli. It le probably un
excelled by annln the two cities of similar alai.
The house is quite new, and bat gas, and hot and
cold water up and down Star/. • • •
Apply for Information to S. S. DUI A, •
...13roker la Stocks and Neal Estate.
au7.l 57 Fourth street, t Hurke•s Balbllng.
LOTS! LOTIR—I can nenv offer'
Lots is ion as we
1010, ll located and In it pleas
Also. Lots locatid on the Pike from .660 to 1,000
tin Liberty street, 7601,0))
Co Bellefontalne street, from tau to 900
(in Horne street, from., to .630
10 Liberty Township. adlotrang the '
Borough 101 g, from. MO to Oh
in Pitt Townstdp,Lots from... 16010 ' 650
TOO shore lots will be sold. termeeto salt per.
eh.ers. • leo, some very desirable Improved prop.
crap located In the Boroughs, Pitt 'township,
lesl:eny tlty. Pittsburgh. and attiolnlng counties.
For scror, gODIT at (helical YAW. a.4.lnourgae•
O. Itt- BATES,
Butler street. Laerrerte.
DRUM STORE FOR SALEo—SIT.
ats oa Peon btreet,ln uneof the best 'Death:rug
In tee City. having an establl.bed Imminent:if from
IS to Za yeses standing. A A ,, Cld alofkol Drool en
band and ntore Rooms fitted up In good style. %glib
the above 'slit be veld the lease of the whole band
ing; contain:no. beeldes the burro Boom., 1167011
Remus bee dwelling purpose. and Twpiliseaent
Booms. Apply to 11. lintalS 27 . C0.
' Fourth Stns.
von SALE-12 acres of Ground,
+L. well timbered and watered. WaltonletelEill,
tenni e• walk loom Passenger station at Shady
Lane Fourth etre.% Road. Also I sena at Homo,
wood etation; and several Warm. well l _ _ o r
Westmoreland and Allen he ny counties" trl rt.. t
perty. Home. and Lou In the ear 1 , 0
1 /P4 further parilculan enon.re of
WILLIAII W.IF 4
(Qpposite th e Cath )
...tn No. 110 WWI Street.
Kittanning Rotting a4a,
To an acceptable panne:. .Ilpp to
Lt. BBICKEU , ,
A LARGE BRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
With all modem tElTrOValleffill, iscomplete order,
and situate on the Yellen: lialissay, -
Inquire at No. 119 mist' STBICILT,
noTO:o37:Yre - Flitsneren.
I : '3l
Stook and Real Estate Broker.
JOHN D. BAILEY. •
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE. BROKER
Raring taken out a commas/dense Anctioneer, and
effected art engagement with the Pittsburgh Board
of Trade, securing the ate of their rooms:aßove the
Title° National Bank, t ant now prepared to sell at
Public. Auction, blocks. Bonds, becurities, Beal
Estee, Sr.. either at the *bore rooms or on the
Particular attention paid. as heretofore to , the
sale of Real Estate at titivate sale.
Oaks ofiteal Estate in the boutletrrettaltled. ,:-_-
!)Vise. 1112 Fourth street. lie=
- peon SALE-400 • Acres of Coal
Land. lyisou immediately upon the 'Ohio Slyer,
1:0 miles below tinting:AL, and lit Milts above eln
etnnatL On the above tract Is • four loot vein of
Coal. which. for general purposes, isnot surpassed.
It le entirely different from the Southern Ohio Coal;
contains rat little snipbur. forges and cokes well.
and for making stanza cannot be excelled. The lo
cation being about midway from Pomeroy and
Hanglnigithek, mutt make It valuable for coaling
bolls. There Is water front of of o mile, wins
bas n d I"
un to htf e i tign g t h gir tr ' s i N
ed to river, together with the necessary fixture' Inc
mining and delivering cost afloat. On amid tract la
nret-Claa• double Portable Oreille? Saw Mill to
gether with nffortabie 41rist Mill, all In good run
olog order, end plenty of the very best oak, ash
and - poplar timber. Would sell one-bait Internal if
destred, , to a party with experience and capital Pm
working same ..
JOthit D. SAILS!, -
SO* and Heil Estate Broker, .-
neni No. Ica Fourth street.
11 — ESIOABLE LOTS FOR - COUSI.•
A- , TRY RESIDENCES —On amount of the
eoeyof the weather on Tuesday last, the sale of
those desirable Building Lota, trout Oro to four
acres each, tbe rerryirrille Plank Road; one
tulle from Allegheny City. was adjourned. • She
tots are now offered at priratesale.
TuloreDne - half wont balance In E. 1. 4 and S
years, with interest. For pieta of:the proPerti and
furtheepartleulari, apply to
JOHN' D. BAILEE.
doB No. ICI Fourthetrosts
gib N-ROSS -Cay
WM. N. OGDEN CO.. _
militrricr Emzus asp via.t.intarar
Oil. Lamps `sila'rlittlfflh
CHANDELIERS,CARBON OILS. &C.
mac,. ea. ZlAlCAm.r. cot
P aY ot r ilregefli l dr id gegl
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g0.,11. wax Ilte most suceesstal employed
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Ladles Will n UrliMealtogue
ip sp epea yp n pe kaatm Mao 2 g ,Drtn o the
touts. No. 1, ',bleb to toot Olett ooo Itoonxerout
desired for obotlaile coo", The Dp4SZl[pg
(Mace bestial& 21.
, 2 3. .0 5 T. D ro s: 14E0,
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The Brestent Baultday Ntsbt Bill of the Damn.
TWA Afternoon. at 2 o'clock. 422ana 2Letlaee
WILD eras. •
TUIS (Satorday) VINING. performance will
onniten. with the Bementlc Irish Drama of
To be followed by the beautiful Nautical Oraw a
To conclude with • Faserlte!ratte.
HU sULY EVESlNG—lrdalliThorne
fOrNIEW' OPERA ..140115E. , •
C. D. EMS t " DintCita..
SATURDAY. December ISth. EatraDela Der.
Grata Grithal Banat Matinee, at 2 o'clock la 'the
afternoon 25 cents adtol-4on tO all par te of the
house. TIII:i erenlng last •PPell - 11.11t0 of
MIL 3. W. WALLACH.
Who will appear as Wllllajt In '
BLACK EYED SUSAN. • . -
And at the request of untoeroas of our toot isfln
-....._". ej..Y la the entire roll Of RICRA.U.I.IIu.
`'....ndaT Mr. II aCEETT will appear.
r0.iti..1 7 tut tn..e utita. longer.
• znzi.a.s. 37.8710.1.T-alr
A.YD BERGER WAJMILY
SWISS BELL RINGERS.
GRAND MATINEE SATURDAY ANTERNOON •
Children to Matinee, 95 cents. - _
Tie tots cents. No extra charge for reserve d
tea t s. Tickets for sale at Moll °Vs Must° Store.
U 09,74 . 0. 0. CHASE, Business Agent.
igg - CEIJUSTLIL.N CHIIBCU
FAIR AND FESTIVAL
The ladles or the Christian Church, Alleghen7
City. Ssloscah Xi, Pti!tor.) Win open , In EXCEL
SIVE HALL, rec ite r of Federal and - L=oa streets.
On Tuesday Evening. DeCeMbeg 18th inst
tineFil 13 AND FESTIVAL, which will con
hrough this week, and the proceeds will be de
voted to the new church bonding now In process of
erection on the corner of Beaver street • Sal the
Fancy &elicits of all kinds, children's clothing.
snits; [ldles. votes, toys confectioneries; gentle
NALl'a tresetng gOgrrle be slipners; omen, coffee.
ice creams, to. .
WM be offered for saloon reasona
AN EXOELLINT DINNER will be screed each
day Dont 1.2 to 3 o'clock to all giving us avail. Also .
SUPPER. from 6 to 9 oicialt.
Admission Tickts, Season Tickets, 51.033
Dinner Tickets, to those having admission or sea
son tickets, 71 ctn.; to others, $1.03. •
A BEAM BAND will be in attendance; also. other •
musk, both vocal and leatenmental, will be Sea
Mr -PROF. COWPER'S DANCING
ACADEMY. AT WILKINS` HALT" rourth
Street, near Smi th field, now -open for. the recep
tion of - Pupils for aeoond tenn. Days G e n tuiti- rEliffiliDAY and !SATURDAY. lemen."
Class arYli o'clock. evenings. - Ladles,_ , Masters'
aad glisses . Masi at 3 T. R. PrITSLa Lessons on
FRIDAY. WILILINIS HALT, to rent lot &tact
Balls and PIItION when net engaged by classes.
Apply to Prof. COUPE& For Circulars, please
call at the Music Stores. deld:Ds4
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