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Peaniman, Reed &
AT GAZETTE BUILDING;
No.; 043 Fifth Street. '
F. B. PEJOINLIIAN,
T. P. II OSTON,
j°9l"l RUM I Business Elanagers
NELSON P. REED.
Flneta Caplee ................................. a cents
Louvenni bY earner. (per weeki, .... —. 15 cent.
Mat bobsellrs. ni t 1 05 r) 11 8,00 •
Liberal reabeuctios eirstiOrli *55 Agent..
THURSDAY, DRUMMER 20, 18G0
' We have already spoken of the situa
tion to which this. great enterprise was
placed by the act of April, 1864, repealing
the charter of the coinpany on all that pis
_ lion of the route lying southeast of Con
, nellsvilie. We now propose to refresh the
memory of our readers as to the road itself,
and its connections.
The Pittsburgh and Counellaville Rail
road begins at the font of "Grant street, on
the bank of the Monongahela river, in the
city of Pittsburgh. It follows the north.
east bank of that river fourteen miles to
the borough of Mckeesport, where the
YOughioglieny unites with the Mononga
hela. Thence the road follows the valley
of the Youghiogheny to Connellsville,
forty-four and a half miles, making the
whole distance from Pittsburgh to Conuells
'title fifty-eight' and a half wales. Tnis
part of the road has been finished and open
to the public for several years, and is at
this moment doing a large and profitable
business. It has added vastly -to the busi
ness and to the permanent valuation of the
country throligh which it, passes, and is of
- great benefit to these cities.
Tet it is but a local road. The prime
object. of the ,enterprise—a direct connee
-t ion with the Baltimore and Ohio itailtoad
at the town of Cumberland, in Maryland—
is still unaccomplished. The universal
financial crisis which culminated in 18'17,
and which so seriously affected all railroad
enterprises for several years, compelled a
suspension of operations upon this line,
except such as were necessary to complete
- the line between this city and Connells
'title, and prosecute steadily the work on
the great Sand Patchlunnel, . 1861 the
pletion of the section between Turtle
Creek sad Pittsburgh gave us a continuous
and independent connection by rail with
Connellsville, and, by a branch, with
The great controversy, however, is about
that part of the line lying between Con
nellaville•and Cumberland. The length of
that division Is ninety miles, and the whole I
of it, except about seven miles, lies within
Our own State. From Connellsville the
line continues ap the Youghiogheny nearly
25 miles to the mouths of Casselman's
River, and Laurel Hill Creek. After SS
cending the valley of the latter stream some
three miles, it crosses the ridge dividing
that valley from that of the Casselman. I
. Here there is a short tunnel. Thence it -,1
follows the Talley of thelast named stream
thirty miles to the great Sand Patch tun
nel, passing south of the town of Somer
set, to, Which a branch road, eight miles in
. length, andel' easy grade, has been located.
The line of the road crosses the State line,
in'o Maryland, just at the • southwest cor;
nor of Belford county, and about seven
miles this side of Cumberland.
The highest - grade on any pan of this
road is seventpeight feet to the mile, and
that only on less than three miles on each
side of the summit. From Pittsburgh. to
Myers' Mills, some three. miles from the
summit, the grade in no place need exceed
twenty-six feet to themile. Fromthe sum
mat •to Cumberland, a distance of thirty
two miles, down the- valley of Wilt's
Creek, there is a continuous descendihg
grade. For the greater part of the line,
where there is any grade at all,
,it is kept
at or below 26 feet. Now that the great
tunnel, of which we spoke yesterday, is
almost completed, there is no difficult work
on this ninety miles of road from Cennells
vine to Cumberland.
At Cumberland; as before observed, this
'road will form a junction with the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad, 178 miles west of Bal
timore, making the entire distance from
Pittsburgh to Baltimore; by this route, 827
miles, and to Washington, Ma the Relay
• House, nine miles this side of Baltimore,
But it will not be necessary to take that
route to Washington; for, at an earlier day
than this road can be possibly be com_plet
' ed, the "METROPOLITAN ROUTE," from
the "Point of• Rocks," (70 mileS we,st. of
Baltimore,)-to Washington, will be knish
ed. The distance, by this route, froth Point
of Rocks .to Washington is only 43 miles.
This will be 49 miler lees than to go round
by the Relay House, and will make the
whole distance from Pittsburgh to Washing
ton just three hundred miles-27 miles near
. en than to Baltimora by this route. This
ahortens the- distance between Fitsbugh
and Washington sesenty-four miles, as
compared with the present route of travel,
Harrisburg and Baltimore. The trip
can be mole from city to city in ten hours,
and the traveler avoid the, yemiUdus and
often, expensive delays to which lee is now
t,Cumberland la St miles west of Harper's
FtrrY, and 101 miles east of rafton,where
the two great branches of the Baltimore
and Ohio road diverge, one to Wheeling,
• and the other to Parkersbur g From Par
kersburg to Cumberland the insta aca is 003
miles; from Wheeling it la 201. talks" .and
from Pittsburgh 149 mile". •
' ' At Pittsburgh this road meets a l l ikt
great western and northern lines v u lva ,
concentrate here, as well as ear great mit a .
ral thoroughfare, the Ohio river. But it s
most direct and important connection at
this point will be with the Cr.avELAND AND
MAIIONINO EXTENSION, which will be tan
tamount to an extension of the load to the
lakes, to the Mississippi, and, in abort, to
• the entire continent west of Pennsylvania,
as far as railroads have been ozhhall be ex
- tended. This Cleveland and
Exteriiion, like the section between Con
nellsville and Cumberland, is but a cont
. paratively short link. in the great chain
• reaching from the Chesapeake Ifay, the
Potomns, the National Capital, and. the
seaboard cities of the South, to the vast re
gion just syv,ken - This.addition chain
.roommunication is now - greatly deeded,
and its necessity will be more and more
Egli as population and business Increase.
, Pennsylvania has no right to shut this
avenue It is a glad the Creator, not to
Pennsylvania, and still less to a Pennsyl
vania corporation, but to all the American
people; and if the people of Maryland and
• Ohio'my they wish to improve it, so' that
they can use It as an avenue of communi
cation one with another, for purposes ~
tratio and social intercourse, what right
halerfre, as a State, to forbid II? But the
real case Is still stronger than the one we
have supposed; for a million Peensylyani.
ens unite with the people of Maryland and
Ohio in desiring tide thing, and are ready
. to cid the work required as soon Batley can
get legal permission to do it.
An interdict upon each an enterprise . as .
.9415, some from what authority It may—
even though it be from the representatives
of the people, and surrounded by all the
forms of republican institutions—has in it
the essence of despotic oppression, and
bears all the features that may define a
tyianny. But when the interdict 18RC . 00111-
, panted by an outrageous act of spoliation,
, as in the case before us, it beComes doubly
1 odious. Were a single rulet,to do such a
thing, it would tarnish his reputation, dis
honor his memory, and history would en
roll him among wrong-doers and oppres
sors. is wrong less infamous because per
petrated by many than if it were done hy
one? Surely not. While speaking of this
thing as we do, we would not for — get that
an apology for tie original wrong may be
found In the presutnption that the men who
divested the Company of Its franchises be
lieved at the time that they had been for
feited. But now we know, and our rep
resentatives know, that they were not for
felted. A , refusal on their part, therefore,
Ito rectify the error of their predecessors,
would hO a dereliction for which no spoi
-1 ogy could be offered.
A. MONTI! AGO the Democratic journals
professed to have discovered a conspiracy
having for its object the election of Gener
al -CAMERON to the United States Senate
by a coalition of -Republican and Demo
cratie members of the Legislature. These
journals, as by pre-concert, joined in ex
pressing great indignation at what they
were pleased to denominate an experiment
upon the political virtue, of their friends.
They seemed to suspect them of an inher
ent weakness, whereby they were unable
to resist a pecuniary inducemeni. General
CamEttoN promptly deniied that lie was
concerned in the enterprise attributed to
him, or that 11. i designed to be engaged in
any such_exploit, and there the matter
Recently the Democratic newspapers
profess to have discovered another conspi
racy. They now charge that. the friends
of Governor GIIRTIN, dispairing of electing
him to the Senate, will submit overtures to
the Democratic members, proposing to
unit. with them on Mr. W. M. MEREDITH.
This allegation is said to rest oti "a private
letter from a prominent politician at Cham•
harsh urg. - ,„We think there is just as much,
and no more, foundation for this report
than former one—and that is just none at
THAT kr. Raymond, i.s the New York
Times, should be found supporting Mr.
Stevens's North Carolina bill as a proposi
tion that could not "be more generous or
more conservative," answers to one of
those eddies in the swift current of politics
that quite confounds one and impels him
to ask—what next ?—Comniercial.
In essential elements, we do not perceive
wherein the case. of the Times differs from
that of the Commercial. Each of thein fol
lowed the President and advocated his
Policy, until gulfs of financial and political
ruin yawned 'before them. That the Com
,lerebil turned Inch soonest is not due to
its larger development of conscientious
ness, nor to its neuter intellectual percep
tions, but solely to the fact that Allegheny
OW less favorable than New York to
charlatanism of that description. Our
contemporary ought to understand that it
cannot, in this matter, hold up the Times
to scorn without drawing universal hiss
ing upon itself.
I•r is announced that a large manufactur
ing company in - Chicago employS aloung
lady only thirteen years of age as paymas•
ter. She has paid out
,since last May a
quarter of a million of dollais, keeping the
time-sheets, pay roll, and a private account
book with and for each of three to foir
hundred men employed. She receives the
money weekly from the bank to the amount
of $4,000 to $5,000, pays all the men and
settles her balances with the cashier. She
knows every man in the establishment, and
commands a salary of $625 per annum,
'takes two music lessons each week, and at
lends an evening course at a commercial
college, where she has a scholarship. Nor
does this produce any overstrain of her in
tellect. She is said to be in the most ro
bust and. vigorous health.
WE fully concur with the Cleveland
Herald that the managers of the Western
Press Association did not add to their rep
utation for faitness, good sense or decent
manners, at the late meeting at Chicago.
They exhibited an the blemishes of the
New York Association with none of its re
decining qualities. Mr. E. Brooks, of the
New York lirpreas, by his superior bear.
ing, would have put them all to the blush,
if they had been capable of blushing.
IN Kentucky the Confederates and Con.
seryatives, who naturally acted 'together
last year, are finding some difficulties in
the way of farther cooperation. Each of
these factions is afraid of being ignored by
the other. It is now proposed to reduce
them to harmony by holding up the Radi
cals as an object .of mutual detestation.
On the other hand, it i.e proposed to organ
' ize an unconditional Union party, and
"fight it out on that line." -
A. BILL has been introduced is the Rouse
providing that hereafter Congressional
elections shall be held on the same day in
all the States, viz: On Tuesday after the
first Monday in November in 1868, and iu
every second year thereafter. This is the
day on which the majority of the North
ern States now hold elections. Provision
will bi made in another bill for those States
whlCh have not chosen members of the
PATRICK FARRELL, a desperate villain
of New York City, died on Monday, last
from the effects of a bullet wound inflicted
'by a policeman. Re w mdiscovered at an
early hour Sunday morning endeavoring
to force an entrance into a grocery store,
and was shot by the policeman. fie told
the officer previous to his death that he
freely forgave him, as he had only dis
uluirgeu Ids duty.
T "ti 3 nvreme Court of the United States
has decided that, - even in time of war, Mil
itary Commissions for the trial of offenders
arc illegal., The' Court has but one step
more to take, which Is, to decide that in
time of war it Is illegal r„, the military to
kill or wonnd any body.
Is some of the remoter parishes of Lou-
blacks arc still held as sla m. It ,
rently, two planters were brought before
the Freedmen's Bureau for holding staves
and whipping them as in the olden time,
TnEns will be a large demand for him,
em, after the Ist of January next, on the
Le Claire Marine Railway, at Davenport,
lowa. Three dollars per day wages are
TUE Chillicothe, (Ohio) Adrertiaer says
some new disease has attacked the potatoes
In that section, and they arc rotting with
Mns..Nuouvr, who killed her cklld and
tried to kill herself, at Parkersburg, has not
been visited in prison by any of her family
friends from Mutate.
Gov. likmiLToN, of Texas, has lo
cated in Harrisburg, pa., and will soon
commence the practise of law there.
IT looks as if General Harriman would
become the Hermi!lican candidate for Gov
ernor of New Hampshire.
Ftritali PRESIDENT ROBERTS Wrote to
Col. Lynch a sympathizing letter in which
be says: "I regret to tell you Wet LAlo*
not believe you are to be banged." Poor r. as• •• -
consolation that, but the Fenlans are all JAJAMES
T. BRADY &
praying ardently that the prisoners in Can- CO.,
'lda under -sentence of death he hanged. , maccessora to 8. Jone. 60.0 \
as a few martyrs to their cause necessary. Corner Fourth and WoOd
li:be ct l om a
pi c s a i r n d m in g BANKERS 86 BRanao
ofl in one of the journals,
and of the support he received at the thea
'try. In "Hamlet," lie says, "the parts of
LnerteS and the Ghost were played by one
actor, as well as Polonius and the grave
; digger. Rosencranty and Guildenstern
were performed by ladies, one of whom
arose from the grave to appear as Csric."
UNTIL lately it was supposed that the
i relative weight of the brain, as compared
witl?the body, was greater in man than in
any of the lower animals; but alas ! for
poor human nature, it is now khown that
some of the smaller Eouth American monk
eys have, proportionately, a larger share of
brain than ourselves.—Phila. Bulletin.
What a sad confession !
IT is stated that the extensive maehinery
of the New York Central Railroad is to be
no longer used for the benefit of the demo
cratic party. Its iritiIICIICC under the man
agement of Dean Richmond was potent.
The road employs G,OOO hands and bash
Capital of i.'26,000,000.
IN Columbus, Ohio, according to theyo
lice reports, there are fifty six brothels and
257 salvers and dram shops.
Tun Legislature of Georgia has repealed
all the laws denying foreigners the privil
ege of holding real estate. i • •
• Tun Galveston, Texas, Literary Associ
ation has invited Horace .Gieeley to be
come one of its lecturers.
Mn. AND MRS'. HOWARD. PAUL arc to
open their drawing room entertainments at
lu Virginia black people, convicted of
crimes, are still sold into slavery by order
The United States Senators p. In Connec
tion tv It li the Suggested 'inject oca Mass
• • •
Metars. Editors Gareth.: I see it intima
ted in one of the morning papers that a
project is on foot to have a mass-meeting
galled, for the purpose of obtaining an ex
,pression of the popular choice for Senator
in the approaching contest.
If our Harrisburg delegates are anxious
to asceriain the true preference of the peo
ple, let them take the matter in hand, and
invite a county contention. Party-usage,
very properly,•lias fixed upon this method
as the moat negrly perfect one to arrive at
a true expression of the popular opinion.
Mass-meetings are at best but. mob assem
blies, from which nobody ever expects to
receive a sober delivery, and when a seri
ous purpose is contemplated, no man and
' no party of nien, unless eonsciouß uf the ut
ter weakness of their cause, ever resorts to
them. The delegates can control the mat
ter. They will be held as the accountable
party in it, and as they are known to be
gentlemen, anxious to meet the wishes of
their constituents, it is expected that they
will assume the responsibility and Oct ac
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for Syphilis the Samarlt•n's bout •n 1 Herb
Juices ere tice most liotent sod • dectue.: recoe•die
ercr prescrlt cd. It rcacl,4 8.1 eradicate. tern
particle of lone venereal 1,0130. Wlllnlito, Over
ventage of Impurlttes from the i yAtt ell
the bsd note of mercury. Trice 41.15 Per put
'ol.l only In rattburgb at JOStiPti Fi..L.11.1N1313
Drug and l'atnnt Medici:, Depot, No. 04 Market
What Swayntes Ointment
,-it will care Itch In from 11 to 40 °our,.
2—lt will cure the most obstinate cases of Tatter.
3—lt ni l cure Chronic Erysipelas of the facc.• •
4—it will cure Balt listen a... Could Head.
b—lt will cure Itching Piles, all Erupt'. ns.
nlll positively cure all Skin Diseases.
7—Use beta.KAZA 010TIMN7 and scratch no more.
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"ITCH" Dr. Siecignes Ointment. ••TETTEilt''
"ITCH" NEVER KNOWN "TILT-FEE—
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roe. ch and Market (streets, Pittsburgh. KANE it
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10-1. 0. 0. F.—The members of
i'r . ..11.011111-ILODOIC, No, 340, arc I . IIIICA,
eti to meet together with brothers of altiter Lodge ,
at their 1111/.ootlter of Diamond •ml Grant streets.
at IV. o'clock noon. THIS it Y. to attend the
neralot P. G. J. W. ItItANSIMUP. M. D.
J, B. IVILLIA.SI , . 64cretary
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A Clergymen, while gestdiag In booth America
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dy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, garly DeesT,-
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the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful
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medicine. In a sealed envelope, to any one who
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Address JOSEPH T. INMAN.
decopi nation D. Bible lio.me. N. Y. City._
ALLIiINDS OF BRONZE, GILT,
Oarbon Oil Lamps and Ohandeliers,
Lamp Trimmings, ts.c.
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`JOHN ROSS & CO.,
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LLEGHENV .COUNTY, es,—lii
.“ tilt Court of Gammen Pleat!. o. 477 of 31arch
Term. te..h. RICHARD WILLI All: et us v.. NA
THAN Y. WILLIAMS et al. No. 712 In Partin..
And not., November Vitt,. A. P., thud, ho.exeep.
Ilotut baylutt.been lied to the report of 1.4 c 4onee,
e d! fti mg ,d. o : ;..
ttll .:Y the Ilet:s,rdtrze Auditor to sne rtaiu stz!
the .aid Trontee Is .obj ect, coil tllettthute
lueluttl•g the curtllcr tali en by cold
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daY OfJar.usry. A. t mrgl.. on TUESI/Alr, the
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For We by
ITTSBUBMI - CHILIIICIEf GUILD.
—A meeting of this rocletr will be he at their
Nor Boom., cornet LH:wit' Meet And Vlrilo
tklrd floor. on
Thunder Evening. December 20lb,
At 74 o'clock. A full • attendance Isarticularly
J. M. SNAP.
delt,ll7 Committee et Beadlug BOOM.
DIALID6 14 Att. RINDS Or
Gold, Silver and Coupons.
COLLECTIUNIi made da Ii accessita• 9.1. 11
the United litates itsed-C,alisdas.
Interest allowed on Time Deposits.
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5,0(H) PAIRS OF VARIOUS MARES
Before purchasing elsershere, call
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No. 136 Wood Street.
A SIBERIAN SQUIRREL VICTORINE,
On Market street. between Thlrtt street eked Jos.
Herne's Trlnctututi horn. A reward will be raid
ter the recovery of the some. by nhittYtniettt , Not
00118 AT AUCTION.
PIN EVENING AT 7 O'CLOCK,
et the Auction Bout,
150 'FEDERAL STREET. ALLEGHENY
Le sold by (latni - gue. Over 300Stand
ant 10 Maury. Poetry Theolny, Belles
Lettere, Me-lletne. Vietlwn, Cy eluDedlas. Maio:s
eries. and Illustrated V. arks suitable for the nes:
Use atteutiwu ur rewires Is tilt - acted to,
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Bouts afro for exatuleatloo. Ana catalogues new
realf. 5.11.• will commence at: precisely.
de:.l A. LEGOATIL Ave [lancer._
I'ITTURURGU, December 17, 1966.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
....UTOCKISOLILY.IIIII or TILE
CULltti hfl AND FITIIHIE PEIROLEUR COMM
Was held lids cI4T, at the °Viet of the. Company.
N Iluquerue• Way.
e . ty C. dolt esp ryas called to the chair, atpl
11. M. 1...07:0 eleetea:rcret x 5.
The Report of Capt. 7. . VO CE DALE, Tee"-
aver, seas presented a, Ito fow ,
Working Capital ao On
Lash trout Jadgs in VII. etc 4;1.2 r.
.42;72 . 7 27
Cleh ro‘lkl as rer Ittport ut TC , x , -
wror alolvouoltof ,
itleuel • 1..,0
•. Balance on band
T4vo claims amount...
On motion of Mr. lt. a. WARING. the report as
read. was sccepled. •
It. port or Mr. IL M. LONG. General Soperlu
lendeut was mod. and on mutton nereptml. .
on matt. of Mr. JALLICS Montgomery . , the ',rel
ent It .ard wtre 1n,1te.,.1 to bort Me 'vett on the
lblny-nre Arm. 00 1 110 Ir rl,kter.
motion, thr thanks. f the.:l.ltol.lwrs wtte
s. , erelary Slid
Treasurer, ael they tem, to Mout Mile In
trioU n It was resolved that theAtnlntitt -nf
meeting rutollshed In Mr 1/..1,11,Y tTerVAI'LTE.
def., It. ,rcrtts , l•
GERMAN AND SWISS
Carved Itaatets. IttarLetr,
Jewel Bose. and Ornament.,
I•ort , nonale ,
fatql,ls, Card Caa,ea.
!troche ...teat!, lane! SoltGuedi.
Lace Collar,' and liandlerchtels.
Colri.res and Barber,
!MG Gen Ca and Ch.ldren . s Kit ttlarea,
Itoawood and Garnet Jewelry,
Totlet hotpa, S.c.. do .
GEN TLEM t N'S UNDER WEAR
ball Ne•e, :Scarf,
- earl :Isere Buttons
AT LOW PRICES.
F. H. EATON, 17 Fifth St
CHRIS' DIAS, PRESENTS.
New Books for the Holidays.
PUBLICATIONS OF TOE LON
UU SOCIETY FOIL KOMOTINU ISTI AN
}EN oWLEDGE, TII NEW YORK. SOCI
ETY. CHUM:111100E SOCIETY. a c.
Bibles and Prayer Beaks,
FRE CHEltell ALMANAC FOR
Clare-Boola. Reward Cards and Sunday School
:sermon raper an , Vrenen Slatlouerr. Writing
rocactl., &c., ac.•
.13. g, TVEZVIV30 1 1 O .T.
Church Book Store,
English and classical School.
'I be :Second Terns of Prof. Boris's English and
Clattical hchool for Mates a d Female. s open
JANUARY ,123111, yhOT, and continue TwentY
Thorough Instruction given in the Branches
taught. Pupils aru aemliten at any time, and
charged from the tune they enter school.
Tbe Priori pal la ametsted by • thorough. experi
enced and popular teacher.
TUITION PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
liCllOOl. ROOMS, ho. IA kleCond Floor, St.
(Tale street, l'lttthurga,
Fier. It. Cranny. D. I)., 'Her, W. Coleman.
Het. W 11. Andrews, dry. J. T. Preasly.
her. w, p. D. 'Nev J Clark.
Res. 1.. 11. Heed n
D. Clark, D.
he,. W. J. Held, .latoesoo7ll,r, Esq.,
I , r ii. herr. It. 9.;Janirs. Hols, Esq..
deltll~e. I/r, Autos Ewing.
WATCHES, CLOCILS, JEWELRY,
iv a -sr (3.- ca co =ooEl
S. M. 41:=1P.WS,
37 Ohio Street, Allegheny,
Flee Watch and Clock Repairing pronsptly at
tended to. delesrr
1 )ISSOLUION OF PARTNERSHIP.
pxrtnc.lilp heretofore misting by •nd
tet wt.en the under, Ign,d. under the Larne nod style
of OWENS, KENNFDY 4. HARPER. has fir.
011, day dleoolroll by mutual conSeut, W4lttim
Ilnrlp•r rrtlrlng (rein (tie firm. The burl ne,...w 111 be
Kennel'', under ti.e name and ,tyle of OWENS
HES N EVY. nl the old land,
pENNSVLVANIA AVENUE AND
L tilliNtrilb it/CILT hEYiEtt A E
The Property owners of the tirconti, Third Fls
tleveuth and Eighth Ward• of Ile City of VIM.
aru hereby untitled that the City Regulator
hen left le my Whet: a lot of all tut cessmcnl• made
for the construction of • Fewer on Pennsylvania
Arenas and Fbingts ctreet, with a plot of the same,
showing the lottation and 051101 of all those as
The conditions of the parties thus ssueused ire.,
That if tho amount stood fog airsiu•t them I. not
its id at the end of thirty dap from thu date of this
notice, it will be my duty to place the . tete in the
na,,de of the City Midler for collection 101bil 01 10
Flee per cent. with costs and
fM .s ee for collecti
C ANDY TOYS:.
3,000 BOXES CANDY 70Y141
On hand Snit (or axle nt EASTERN l'ltlt 88, by
J. R. REED & CO..
No. OS nth et oe t
DISSOLUTION 'OF PARTNER..
Bulp.—The parturrehlP heretofore existing
between .% K. HAISHOUSI end H. H. nkIITHSWIL
In • tbe HUIHNIS under the Jinn anion or
ele/THLIN war ditto/Ted on De
"cember LOC inst. he holiness of VIII 101. s.
pro be , sottird bs H. D. SMITHSON. at
Ream Nu. UP. Block, Pittsburgh Pa.
H. H. iiMITHBON.
GIFTS FOR.TH ROMS,
n I 4
ZILVER PLATED WARE
FREDERICK K. OWEN: ,
W. 1.. H EIMER
l'andyiLed Toy Meaufeeturers.
:orner Meth and Liberty Went.
photograph AI s,
Ladies' Compan ion',
Prayer and Hymn Rooks,
Gold Pens and Coaea
Juvenile Wetllre 1100144,
Tarieties for the Little Ones,
Stationery or all kind',
Diaries for 1667.
tinbscrlptl*n• received (*rail the Mali
azinea at publishers' Pricee,as the.
BOOK AND NEWS DEPOT
JAS. IL AIKEN,
70 Filth Street.
17N10144tIlt i tatj
N0N2 0 7 C0P3531-N,
the TILE LARGEST
eleortment ever exl.ibited In 1 heat
Goods are Imported direct by ourelver. and not
through agento In the East, al will , be sold
LESS THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE CIIY.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Dressing
Ladies' and Gallantll'S Satchels;
Fine Work Boxes;
Fine Glove Boxes;
Fine Portfolios & Tourists' Cases
Fine Writing Desks;
Stereoscopes and Viewg;
Pocket Books and Cabas;
Fine Bohemian and China Vases;
Motto Cups and Saucers;
Fine Toilet Sets;
Chess Men and Boards,
TTOI!T& MSlr .o 4
O I;4/;VA Ifi
C. YEAGER 42,001,
110 Market Street.
3E-1 3::• - .E . as,
JUST OPENED S AT
I . 13 Te" S ,
16. tr 2 Wood Streci
t CROWE ASSORTMENT OF
ANIJ 1,011k:1•11AN y ASES of uewaad
me dc•lgua sad .1)1,. A due 101 of .
LAVA WAEE. IJECORATED TCA. TOILET
BEIRA IL VLSI' AN U DINNER SEII,
AI: of which Is plirsed ou tho most sexism:lWe n
111 1 0;1 'CrITILIVPICE '81""
STRICKLER & MORLEDCE,
FIFTH STREET EXTENSION
Ravine recently purchased the above 11111, we
respvelfully Inform the public that we will continue
the manufacture of PURE P.PICES and 51USTA1tD,
tte., which wt will he able to furnish to WHOLE
SALE and RETAIL 11E tL E It. at the LmWEST
MARKET PRICE. •Ists, CUPFEE and ()ROUND
NUTS IR) anT ED to order on short notice. RYE
. If LOUIS and VERSE IiRUURit CURE MEAL •ort
Aiming to deal (sir eve 601161 the patronage 61
It J • BAITER. formerly of the Congress Spice
will be (clued on hand at the mill at all tlenei
to attend to the want. Or CltetOlra
STRICKLER S MORLETICIT.
wm i w ArS7
Blt 6 GRAFF,
96 Liberty Street,
DEALERS IN GROCERIES AL PRODUCE
.F - Yeth and Choice Aracter,
AT LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Our •im I. to keep •
First-Class Family Giocery,
And make It a as - riprACTION to ALL who may rotor
u. with fteir e talf ‘ tor o gg, L lAlg ; t 4. lALlT_Y,
. BaKCIUS SY G11.1.1E7",'
• 90 Liberty street, corner or Ferry.
C,IREAT REVOLUTION IN TUE
N$ INK TRADE OF THE ON ITED STATES.
—PUKE CAI.. FORN IA oitAltrAtiN E. made and
as if dooc France horn porn Califor
nia OS ine, and taking the place. of Imported Charm.
S TTe ' hndersig ed would rail the attention of Wi
Dealers and Hotel Keepers to the followinz I tte ' r,
which may give • correct idea of the quality of e lbeir
•ilkilbenS..BOreticri & CO.--amentlernen: Heel i ng
Riven your California Chamosgue ► thorough test,
e take pleasure In saying titat we think It the best
ASClerirlll Wine we haveever used. We shall at
once place It on our bill of fare. I ours truly
4. E. KlNtirLEr & CU.".
Call and try' our California Clasmpagae.
00526828 13QUOLIE1t k CO., 30 Del st., ,bi. Y.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
• FINE STOCK, ADAPTED POD
0? ALL KINDS OF
M N7i7 ,
OULU AND SILVER WATCHES for LaDert d
CHAINS AND GUARDS: •
ELERANT GETS. lu varloussett'ue.;
COLD AND SILVER PENS;
SILVER SPOONS. VASES. URNS; •
FANCY' ARTICLES. itc., ar... •
No. 112 Federal AL, Allegheny
DRUGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS!!!
JAMES T. SAMPLE
HAV INOIIOOHT THE WELL KNOWN DRI7O
HOUS O U N N
CONER OF FEOEItAL
KOHINOON bTS., ALLESHIENI.
Will Serpi on hand a full assortment of all kinds of
And 'which yell' be *old cheaper than eel other
house In the two cities.
Vreeerlr lone carefully prepared LI a flrit•claea
d9 , 3 %N . .. , 1 , of PERFUMEItY 004 FANt , li SOAPS
on hand. oeuo
LEATHER AND CUM - BELTIND
of the be" quality and lowest 'prim, at
28 ST. CLAIR. STREET.
NO 3 AND
YEIOI OF THE
tbrlr taxer ■rc not bald b
ItY. cost , swill bq adth.d.
Win tla, nn•l-. that
VIHSI , , , J , JAN U
.ILVIES 11111 WIN,
No. 999 Peon ,ire,
LMN AND /WICKMAN
TA, NUTS, At:, AC.,
First Notions' B•uk•
I • r or..sr tra
( I EOIIOE BE I
.:- ' I
0 OHES3IOAIti a•CIARIC
LE.OAK TREE BELTING,
No. II Ohio street, Allegheny City.
Also full assortzpeint of Belling et IL ANDER
SON'S. No. 180 1.1. rfy stmts. rlushogb. Ps.
&IS DEO. O. eII,ARK. nuPt• of Wort.
REMOVAL HE UNDERSIGN.
•ID hive removed the oglee of the HOPI OIL
W 005.9 from 3.slleMeistrest, Pittsburgh, so %ba g
Worts on OnIMON Irridzipp Bounnstoliz, uteri
they No nerestler be found.
Posionice Address Km rittebUlTh. a •
Walt DILNCLN A WILLIA/in.
•lON E. , BROTHERS a CO..
STEAM. Y ll' ilr....Th. LIP : 0. , " - : ` , I.F 50 . 7 alluor et., I•l4ll.delt_tx_tatt•a. _
'WANTED—A GOOD CIGAR RA..
.A.RT1.,.. . , . RElt. wit.. • ..mtil Capital, t• rags.ll - ts •
WHEELERWILSON'S \ Partner to It, blaralfscturlng BuStOf.i. LOOlllOll
'FIRE ENGINE, ''''. 11 '‘"""*° . ""fd s.AV.Tilsasuks,
\ . FUR TRMFING . :
' AGENTS WANTED TO
HIGHEST PREMIUM LOCK-STITCH :WATER, - CRCDE 'AND REFINKD OIL THE CIIMPIIE.7..ri ALBUM: . .
PICTURES ADD STORMS.
Wlt ;en trot oomPlied bj 1 , 1.-A,••; • b •
Thr Boot co UTAIns a St,, Po rtratt of Le M. Or,
more plati our Suudrod picture.. and :. •Wol ,
print...taut I.u.at, Al la n.tut ple•te all tt , ,ch.l l.
droll. ...Mu.. W. J. HOLLAND a C4J,r
Jett:Tws Sir. 73 Third rt.. rittabnegll Pa.
of Affection and Charity:
FAMILY SUING RUMS,
Rosewood, Walnut & Mahogany Casets
From 6010 SOO Dollars.
There is no investment that
pays a better interest, or brings
more comfort, health,--happi
ness and relief to the House
Will. SUMNER & CO.,
No. 27 Fifth Street,
N. B.—naent Sewing Marlins° Castor. can be at
died to all W heeler & 14-11.odMaet:nes whoa de
R.C)MIER.T'I I 3',
No. 16 Fifth Street,
FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS,
They flare Just received • large mid irca ftelected
CONdISTIN• or \
MO I AT CI INT DEL
AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND \SWISS
!SOLID SILVER WARE. I
CORKIN AND NPOONN.
ADIERICAN AND FOREIGN CLOCKS,
77810 1 3313, abo.
Au a ♦er,' large stock of
FINE. SILVER-PLATED WARE,
From the belt Manufacturers sticl the
VERY' LATEST STYLES
Do not toilet the Old Stand
NO. 16 FIFTH•STBEET
HIT IND FUR EMPORICM,
Our specialty now Is
Mancliesis , "act 4131rearis
3E III " lET M 9
SLEIGH b CARRIAGE ROBES,
• Although prepared with a full line of
HATS AND CAPS,
WROLEBALE AND RETAIL.
No. 75 Wood Street.
BAS. B. SASS ..USK. TH. SULKS...W. L. sciTTLES.
ksAKE & BUETTLER.
tlacceSsOrs to WA.MELINK A 511114
'N0.12 St. Clair Street, Pittsburgh
And Musical Goofs generally.
WirSole Agents for the Celetrated BRADBURY,
New York, and SCHOMACICEB & CO.. Ptaladel
'phis. PLAN O S.
Also, ESTES S CO.'S "COTTA.OIi... and S. D.
A H. W. SMITH'S ''AMESIOA.N',. 011 DANS, and
TILTON'S. PATENT DUMAS..
The bast Italian and Gorman Violin and linttar
String , always on hand. , not7x4s
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
The Largest and Best Stock in the City,
SELLING VERY LOW AT TILE
HAT, OAP 'AND FUR. STORE
TM Ci CP 1.8. 7:1 ce C 3 CP ~
181 WOOD STREET.
SKATES FOB THE MTTJ TON,
r 31:1 30a fii;
Dispatch Building, Fifth Street.
FIRST CLASS LOOKING GLASS
AND PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTORY.
No. ilO Wood St.; Pittsburgh,
Keeps on timid and manufactures be order ' _ the
PIN ESTSTYLEOf (JILT. ROSEWOOD and. WAL
NUT. OVAL and SQUARE MIRROR. PORTRAIT
and PICTURE FRAMES. Curtain Cornice. Raids
and Sultans. Consols. Tripod and lintsket Tables
etexquislte design and work...robin.
OILDINti AND REIJILDIbiIi executed to the
highest style et the art. •
4,7-enteits lIUDERATt. nernestlaWa
H. CHRISTY has purrhatted the Interest of
JOHN HALL, to the :Irak or JOHN HALL R. Co.
The am, and stoyle fore. ot the Orin wilt be JOHN HALL
& as heret
.141.1%11 r. cnnisrx
VALLEF FORGE PLOW WORKS, -
ISt and 1213 Liberty Street. Pittsburgh
JOHN HALL & CO..
Manufacturers of all varieties or Northern arid
/Southern PLOWS, UNION MOWERS, tULKEY
HAY BARES,UULTIVATOIIO. le., and delete
In AGRIQULTURAL IMPLEMBNTS of elf de
Pirrenttnatt, Dec. I. Ile&
fIONRGNMENT B .
Ino bushels reachb'ovr Poiatorst
I.llqoartor boxes MB Raisins:
boses Oranree: •
10 barrels t. VlCulAber 1 ictics:
t.O 'York Male Uollsen Cheese:
N) W. R. do
115 box.. Hamburg do •
SO barrels prime Airy Pearber. halves:
.• 100 Dualists do do do dearters.
Received and for Bale at MO Liberty .treat.
.1010 . . rOTTICR, AIKEN t SHEPARD.
Vs) casts Beds Ash:
pigs L P ead •• earl Ash;
;c0 barrels Willie Lime:
AO 4 . Cultivated t•rieberlles;
" prime Pearl lioml
1), • borghum;
. 2. • •• hew L)rled Peaches;
In store sod for ”le )*
VLOUIII FLOCS! CORN MEAL!
FllDer Braude of ttt. Louts Floor;_ •
Cboice Stands of Winter Wheat Flout
tiood do do do do
Dubuc , Timm, good to cbolce.Oraud%;
WlVr r' t Flour .
White Core Nell: tlltt &led;
ltetlour • do do
• t th e old stand, 172 end 171 Wood etreci. •
010 EK.7IIQ3I.II.XXIt • 1.42
1 NEW ARV
This Pump combine. all the advantages of other
styles of Pumps now In the market, with none of
their defects.➢ The Patent liteam.Valve applied to
this Pump enable. It to start at any point of tarots
by simplympenlng the Viler In the hteam-Plpe,
and the Pomp Is .re to start at once without the
use of • starting-liar, or the anaoyance of rolling
• eir wheel around to get It off the centre. Far
kilning_perposes ibis Pomp peouliarly adapted,
tbe • elves eta C h estoved by uneerurlng one
ant. and the Valve cleaoul in • few minutes.
As the Pomp Is simple In it. whole conetruction, it
does not retie. the neighborhood of a machine
shop to keep Lein working order. The Val.-Chest
•nd Volum are made of brass ur eampultion, s ad
ens he easily rep sired or replaced when worn out.
Any carpenter unmake. In 1 leW mlauSee, of some
boavy wood, • eel. of Val•ee for this Pomp. if the
orlgleal ones should `lye out. Asa Boller Feeder.
it has do superior, es 3 ran be made to run at any
speed, tither slow or fut. to suit the work It has to
perform. Th• andereigned reepeetfully eollcit the
attentlen of their Romero. customers and the pub
lic In general to the merits of this Pump, and de.
sins those wilting sub an article to salt
M. BicSTEEN & C 0.,• Agents,
No. 34 Water Street,
And examine for tberiteal.s. de:o
fIZOILMI J. UALL.
IMPORTANT 'lO BRICK MAKERS•
With Eight Men!
SWORD'S STEAM POWER
The Pittsburgh Brick Machine
BRICK MANUFACTURING CO.,
for the Futen, Ladle 10 SoatMas4eni Stile.
THE MACHINE IS SELF-TEM- 1
PERIIiU co.te..lr e 1.500, (right to use being
proportion. tothe extent an' popu Won of tertito
rYo is run by an e inch cylinder engine, works all
ktnds of clay, makes OUPERIS BRICE, pressed In
steel mouLls, requiresonly eight men to dig ths.
clay, Mod 1100 grinder. take away the brick and
hake them in the yard, and makes brick as fast as
you wish to run the engine. in oar Owl, yara,
rate of making Is from 45 to 50 a minute. we
claim this to he the best PAYIN (3 Machine in ese.
A. machine may be seen in operstion in our Tani)
at llierrwood. four miles&hose the city. on the
north side of the kienongahela ricer, reached by
the Codnellsville Railroad.
Machine. lord. County and Mate (tights for sale.
For full Information. apply for circulars, in per
son oohs . Cala', at he ogles.
We ore prepared to nil large contracts 'of brick.
Samples of the brick to be-seen st O. 70 Fifth
street. and the Oniee., •
*Minks PITTSBURSIPBRICR MACHINE
Alit. BRICK MAN UP AC VC RIM: CO..
3.19 LIBERTY ST.. PITTSIII3II6II, PA.
5. M. KIER, President, •. ACALE.V. Vice
President . W. M. SIeCRACKEN, Treasurer; S. A.
Ilistacrons—n. Si. Fsler. A. Ackley, W. M.
firickel. John Aiken, W. A. Culp. deltpS
MURDOCK & PUTNAM•
Are daily reelving at utter
GENT'S FURNISHING STORE,
78 xelre.b. Estrpot,
Nearly opposite Post Once.
•Il the new and elegant styles to
SCARFS, TIES; BOWS AND lIDKFS,
GLOVES, HALF . RIOSE. SUSPENDERS,
Fln493lsirts and Collars,
'Everything to eennplete the Benticmens'ltCardro'ne , .
• .AI UIIDOCK & PUTNAM.
•lc ANTEI4 PATENT
SOMETHING NEW, CHEAP & BEAUTIFUL.
AN EIQUISITS TOILET AND WASHING SOAP C.OIBINA
EaldrE , S PETROLEU.I7 80.1 P
After numerous satisfutory tests In hundreds of
confidently offered to the public, on its
established merits, as the best Toilet .tioap in the
market,• as a titsmrsto Washing Sohp and Brasier of
all Cloth Sitains. It is also and efileaclous emollen*,
being excellent remedy for all Cutaneous , Diseases.
From Its peculiar chemical combinations. It is en
tirely free from unpleasant odors, and foreign sub-
For sale at the :rrincipal Druggists and Grocers
in Pittsburgh an Allegbeny gal mtel
MYERS', POPPER & C 0.,....
(flocoestoro to B. B. Bulger.)
No. 45 Smithfield. St.
Idanntacterers and Dealers In all kinds of
_ -and Dining Room Sets,
OFFICE AND SCHOOL FURNITURE,
Together with full as.ortmeut of
Pittsburgh Manufactured Furniture,
Constantly on band and for ule at tha
7—/CbWeblEtMk& N . X . 1001.
C. C. .9TAZIriEICo,
FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY, DIAMONDS,
French Clocks, &c.
p i rrtumin s n . gh t ren to the REPAIDINti 07
Jro. 22 Filth Sired.
:•tet, PAIN ALEX. lITCAIItS.
OIdNIBII AND LIVERY. STABLE,
Ib.' 414 Perin Street.
RAIN ALI PITCAIRN, Proprietors.
Mir Oronlbnena and . carrlael.forntsbed for all
stains. Also, Carrlages for Yonera:s. Wedding
and Parties, at abort notice and reasonable rats,.
'Stable Open Day and Night
SIXTH WARD MEETINC.
THE REPUBLICANS OF THE
SIXTH WARD, 'sill meet at the SCHOOL
Ito CM en THUII4DA.Y &VEXING, p.ectr,her
:oth. at 7 o'clock. for the purse.. of nominating
condi tate. for City and Ward °inners, to be hal•
toted for at the Nominating Meeting, tone held on
S•TUNDAT, Member — ltd.
dolt: MANY CITIZENS.
SIXTH WARD TAX PAYERS.
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVE.N that
AT.L T Axs of the ave Ward most be raid
over 2E11022 THE slOn bo t INSTANT, or cost wI2
be pot on the same, as further todettferree eatmot
JOREPTI A. BUTTATI., ,
Mae*, No. T9B Wills Wirt. de11449
13X-.1& 11=1 .
H I 7 ° F . r, " 6 . 0 1, ..M . ? . g , itTiTt f• gr.:
TOYS and au other goods to lals . ltue YOH THe.
HOLIDAYS• and tll3 . aLlLate t tctal attention to hl.
Vertor MIX LW Van
sa and 9 . 1 federal Breet,-Alleghetty.
S 3 Lb% Extra netted rad trarrattett Winter
Otraittltfor cgs Dr
CiliaLEA C. B.A.LBL.LV,
N o.:91 ',Many nrytt
100 raft -WEBS!
To eoxst'a ba.lness. Der p
41 . •• toµ& per .06121 trona atm until
WANTED—Good men to sell, by
T sample or otherwl,e, aereral rapidly aelllng
and prataeworthy article.. Men that hare lost
mousy yet •.Ing patent fight and ••Fislt-tall au gem
rators," can got permanent employment, !loner
and goods Tel , nneen anlnclent to start an r man In a
paying nustno•e. All that have applied s hould cal/
spun. tiood rderence required.
NO. In , : UT. CLAIR STREET,
tell (Room No. t
A GENTS WAISTED—THE BEST
. 4 ... CHANCE TE'F.—A Work- or Illstorical Valor
and National ila3p. lance. The only Work on our
Nary Tel In the tied. Agents Ond no competition.
In Pre. , AtIRAU UT.AZI OUR NATAL Cs.m.
HANDERS, by Hon. T. HEADLY, Oa ells.
tingulsbed Author and Historian.•' I n one hand
some volume. Illustrated. Send at once for terms
and territory. Adders! A. 1.. TAECOTT.
delaipBo bS Slartet street, Plitaburgh, En
WANTED BY Ist JANUARY,
A GOOD STABLE, '
For TWO OR THR.EZ HORBLB BUGUY
31 , 1169TER. UAZZAMI it
, irmat Stmt
AGENTS WANTED BY THE EV
-31...C111NG COIL? ASV to
tissue NEW ran aIACI/11(F. sew from
paper to neavy Beaver cloth at lestper w
out chance of feed, needle or tension. bol•alastleg
pressure foot and newly deslaned four motioned
UnDratrif.P. Address. etiologies stamp, _
49 J. IiALL 00..
614 Fifth &met, (Second Floor
FEMALE—In everLpart or wes t ern
"I•V.ArAith'lTOrAtUrVu E lag'
"THE MAIDEN'S PRAYER,"
“LINCOLN'S HOME AT SPRINGFIELD,.
Elthrr by the month or ou commissten. Publish
err' retes allowed. For full pertioulers ►
person, or address,
noz treet. ruts
AGENTS WANTED FORA NEW
BooK., NUR READY. ,
WOMEN OF THE WAR.
117.71 LANE. WHIRL aat.lse of "211.3•Bebelltoo.
The obJest of - this work is t collate and preset.)
narratives of the services of the women who shah the T crils o c f ri the e wor c e . .tig s ght . r o lliber e i v tLt a
pages. and is 111untrated with steel pia Do
engraved to the most Improved style. BOW Oral bir
tor Ciro:Liszt, address or Apply to
Katie bY & gOWnt.
No. 68 711111 street. rietabarat
MEN WANTED, -
TO ACT AS SALESMEN, •
Elther permanently or fAmporartlY:isno arn a
patent to engage In Ent-elm taslncas relattorA.
Apply In person or address
W. D. BAXT.B.
seD;lB5 OS (leant street. Pittsburgh. Pa.
Weed,Lock Stitch Sewing e.
• BEST IN USE
THIS IS WHAT $6O WILL DO.
$6O Machine will licm. Fell and Bind:
Braid. Tuck and Cord;
Gather aml Quilt:
Make a Beaver Cloth Overcoat
Make a Frock Coat:
Make a Swan Vest:'
Make viptit rants:
NV 11l do every desert ptlon of
$OlO Machine will do all tied . of Family Hewing.
$6O &IRMO:ne will run over seams without break-
In(needles or skipplog stitches.
60 Machine stitches sake on both sides.
GO Machine Is the cheal mt. Machines by 20 par
cent. In use, and will sew faster, If not superior to
havene In the market, be can return it sod
is money. Warranted four Tsars.
AIKEN KNITTING MACHINE
Will knit 59 pairs of sorts In a day.
Braid and Ymbroldcry Stamps for sole and gteMP
Also a model for misting ladles and chlidren's
dresses. Any person cal:ikons from It.
veil kinds of family sewing done.
R. H. LONG % Aim!,
112 Grant street, oPPosito Cathedral
ELASTIC STITCH AND LOCK STITCH
Ara THE DEbT for Family and Hannfattuting
poet. Call and tee them at
Xo. 18 Fifth Street.
DONit BE DECEIVED DV
Flourishing half column advertisements nap fer la r
lisebtues, but get a CIROV Eli i BAKER.
- -- It has been fully tested foe sluteen I
years, and t by all could).-
tent Judges. bro.
B E .
No, IEI Fire's etroet...
GET NONE BUT A
GROVER & BAKER
For • Hollday Ellft. It le rellible, , perrect ant
herefore the bat. Doa•t fill to call a'oct see Etat,
NO. lfi TITTH STREET
111 E, GROVER & BAKER
1. the Ultima Tbule of Mechanism. Plazas call sad
sewed= It se
NO 1 FIFTH 15111ENT
SHOE, HARNESS & CARRIAGE
!SASSES should Jet the new
Grover & Baker No. 1 Sewing Machine
Seine* harlot ehewhere. It 11 the best far helr
me. Tor sale at
NO. IN TIFTEI MTEE T
25. BALEITLETI' 82 5
Beet cheap Licensed Machine In ne-United Statee.
Agent.. wanted everywhere. ray 43010 4.200 Pee
mouth. Nark,. Clamp and addreefi
PAGE Blilati X Rtl. General Agent, -
614 Chestnut street. Shlladelptda, and ;,4al Sum
mit street... Toledo. Ohio. deltsol
llor..mAr SALE.. •
We are now nth ring during the llollday,pecial
It:mincemeat. to those wishing to purchate
Be l " 0 .
Y011:T - 11'.15 Ori
surrs • AND OVERCOATS, ,
Call sot examine at
Xe. 47 St: Ctitir Street.
GRAY S LOGAN.
Northicest Corner of Penn di St. Clair Sto.
Desfreak* return Meats to lds Menai and the pub.
le for the many , Past /ATOM and respectfully' sone
lie a share of their future patronage. Be word
pleased to hare them exanane his
Large - and Carefilly Selected Stock
Fine Woolen Goods ,
Pertleularly minded tol .
inILIIINI3 UAL VIE PM 0/ 1111113.
WLTHERILL & EILOAIVS
I : "..leL ar r.M/V ir r ;
LIGHT EQUAL TQ _GAS I
1' , 49:1".331Mirr
Gas Condensing- Burners,
withLe clied on any Lamp, 'and callrrly
wi a th enlinneys. The name products by threw
Burner. •preada out elmilar to th ot Gas. 1
coneyructlon la such that the smoke is coal:nett In a
Ciaa Condenalng lihumber. and is wholly concerted
into Dame. the burner dote not depend directly
b 'r" tb"r"te
Burns Less OR Than Ehininey..Lamps,
And produces a more trilltant trtiht than any other
burner Lathe mar et.
STATE AND COUNTY RIGHTS FOR SALE.
Haring pnrcbitied the right ordlsposthA of the
abort Burners In Allegheny County, parties with
ingtoeasmlaear purchase. can be accommodatel
by calling at my Mee, A 34 WATEU NTREET,
amore nmlthlletd, rlttaburgh.
Ia°CANVAESEES WANTED. • nonll
0116RLE.S C. B.A.ILEY..
tie. 203 Liberty slrisel•