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BATES & BELL'S
BATES & BELL'S
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Tartan Pl i aids,
BATES & BELL'S.
BATES & BELL'S
ERIVIN„ III'COIINELL & CO.,
NO. 178 FEDERAL ST.,
Wholesale and Retail
- DEALERS Dif
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Meters. ERWIN. McCOHNELL d CO. announce
that they have Just opened and and are constantly(
rocArlng LARGE IN YOKES of wel , selected 1./ItY
GOODS, and all articles In their line 01 boalnes a .
direct from the Sam which they_offer TO THE
TRADE'. OR AT RETAIL, at the LOWEST RATES.
• COMPRISES ALL THE
LATEST AND BEST SYLES
And in Great variety,
And are all orthMATER• MOST
, and , I ncludin
FREUD, GERMAN AND ENGLISH
- Dress 43-oeds,
ALL 'KINDS OF FLANNELS,
White and Colored Blankets,
Balmoral Skirts, Cloakings,
Prints, Delaiiies, Ginghams.
Sheetings—Bleached and Brown,
Check , a, Tickings, Drills,
Sheetlngs, etc., etc.,
And an extensive variety and msortruent of
ERWIN, McCONNELL & CO.,
NO. 17S FEDERAL STREET,
MACIUTItt, GLYDE & CO.,
78 and 80 Market Street,
WORK KOKES, •
WATCH BTANTIS, •
,OILIAR STANDS. •
f CARD BASKETS.
it B MUMMIES,
IP/SIERT AN D GLOVES
K NT'STIJIMISHING GOODS, -
, WELWYN. SO A.WLS, •
• SACKS AND HOODS,
.• N ÜBLAS AND SCANTS
Wait WILLS, &C
Storekeeper' 1011 find It to their advantege to
U)ft their Stock from our
GERMAN AND SWISS
Calved Baskets, Brackets,
Jewel Boxes and Ornaments.
Satchel.. Card Cases. -
Broehe Scarfs, ralleT,K ale Goode,
L - ee Collars and Eandterchleli,
Colfures and Barber,
Ladles'. Gent's and Children's Kid ()loves,
- Boxwood and Garnet Jewelry.
Toilet Soaps, Lc e.
GENTLEMEN'S uNnza wpm,
ark Tics. Sun esacrs ,
fief Hose, Scarfs, •
Scarf Plus, blurs Buttons
AT LOW PRICES.
F. H. EATON, 17 Fifth. St
GOODS FOR TILE
(1) N N o
dro. 21 FIFTH STREET.
.LACE AND EMBROIDERED HANDKTS,
NORWEGIAN LEATHER SATCHELS,
PORTMONIAES, CIGAR CASES,
GLOVE BOXES. FANCY FANS,
LADIES COMPANIONS, CARD CASES,
LACE COLLARS, LACE SETTS,
- HEMSTITCH ED HAN DK F. RCM EFS,
EMBROIDERED SLI EVE US,
KID GLOVES, RUCK' ULOVES.
CLOTH GLOVES, UNDF:ItGAUMES TS,
W HITE SHIRTS. SUSPENDERS, -
NECK TIES. LINEN COLLARS, .
' , AVER COLLARS. dc,, Ac.
Selling Low for Cash.
'WHOLESALE DR' GOODS.
MIBCTIINOT, SHINAOIi & CO.,
5 Wood gl,, Pittsburgh,
Have in Core aid receiving. spill assortment of
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
Which they offer at
AND TO WHICH
The Attention of Dealers is Invited
p. ASH tmAzmox...r. G. sunrusox
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, &c.
19 Fifth Street.
MUNIFICENT - HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
Bleb Jewel and Work. Boxes: -
Notch, Handkerchief:lnd Move Bot.a: •
• Flegant rorfametr etands:
Cigar ritanda and Dresdnit Cesei;
Fine Fans, Belt Clasp , . Alimmi;
Bogwood and Jet Jewelry;
Floe Morocco Wallets and Bags.
We are also opening a choice eollertlon of
Real and imitation Lace Goods;
Ladles' nd Embroidered liandserchlefst
Ftne ClOth and Kld Wore':
Croquet and skating Rose;
linder.birts and Drawers, a complete stock
gar Maths, a new article.
BIA.CILIIII. & CARLISLE
Are Sole Arents In this city for the LoCEll 000
CLOtH LINED a NI) ALL PAPER CuLLAILS.
Sharp's Patent Tess and Illiection Labels;
Grar's Mculded Paper Collars:
The Linin Imitation Collars:
The "Star' Shirt, WiirAlltei . to St:.
Bradley's Dunlez Elilptlc Skirts, all sltei,-To
' Dealers at 31anufactbeers . l'rlet,;
Our entire stock at LESS THAN HALF THEIR
MERCHANTS AND DEALEPS - -sti4+-find our
prices much reduced. and many articles at less
thou cost, In order [otiose out.
Ladles and Gentlemen Irlstil iv tomake lloliday
Presents sill Mad many useful and suitable artieltis
It lireatiT Reduced Prices.
MILO HUY , SZ OABIISLE,
NEW GOODS JUST lIECEJTED
,ros. HQRNL & CO.
lull aasortment of
Al the 1e5414 7.llBtyles
Di spa and /rime'. Paris gancy and Colored Silt
Vet eta In most desirable shades:T*l*ln Fancy Bon
net nut Trtsmaing lithborip, : new `and rich colors;
_glowers. choicest Preach and American:. Feathers,
flung hat and thirty.
11 MC 13 NIL Cp .11 3E113 TEIII3,
I Well assorted.,
Clarnbrle, Hamburg. nnisa. 12;;:me. Munn Vales,
mune 'Edgings and Inserting,: Flom: wings, Bands
and KW:Slot Embraldered lila Plain Llnen
U' i r % Coat Trl " Vn sild OrtLients;
Prlnge, Gimps and littidaz Col
Dress Zammlngs, Jingle Frames.
'. RiTE coons:
A' moot complete stock or Jaainets; Cambrlce,
Gana, de., dc.
Handkerchiefs, Phan. Lace, Hem-stitebed, Hem
med, Embroidered, Tape Bordered, etc., etc.
Hosiery and Glover In every variety and all slzes.
Ladles and Gent's Underwear.
/rurtsith lino Goods:
Burpendera and Neck-Tlea; Beery_ Shirts , and
TlCTs ° ,l2,.. e n ' en l int ' 4l7llA k trn ".
linttonre..the /steal novelises, ail kinds. g.
Earn. -- Grekteat vairtY. Cashmere, Lambe Wool
and Itztl' labs the 'rations mlxturst, plain ooiors
Gent's Paper Collars, and everything in the No
Prices al ow as Eastern Jobbing Honors.
Nov. 77 and 79. Market Street.
tl&Bn, MCCANWESS & CO,
(LaTlWzbaos, Casa A C 0..)
• WHOLESALE DICALESS DI
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC'DRY DOORS.
4::). 84 1217cticrci Salt,
third house above Dlamon
MPORTANT TO BRICK MAKERS
IX TEA" lIOUBS,
With Light Men!
gIVOIM'S STEAM POWER
The Pittsburgh Brick Machine
BRICK MANUFACTIJRING CO.,
Ter the Eieiern, Ladle aad Sonth-!utern Sates.
THE MACHINE IS t SELF-TEM
.. PERIN 6, costa only 41.500, (right tonic being
proportlOnedlo the extent an I popu att.:tor t crrlto
ry,) ls run by an w Inch crilude- engine. works all
klngLvrifol . s SUPERS BRICE, peened to
ar - 1
meet moulds, req Ilea only eight men to die the.
clay, feed the Nei der , t•ke away the brick and
halm them to the ard, and makes brick as fast as
you wish to run the engine. In our own yard, our
rate of rnaklog ist from 4 3 1050 a lonic. We
claim thin to be the best PAVING Machine In use.
A machine may laWaeen In operation In our yard)
ar Allenwood- four miles above the city, on the
north ride of the Monongahela river, reached by
the Connellegille Railroad.
Machine. Yard, County and State Right. for sale.
For toll Information. apply fur circulars, In per
son or by mall, at he office.
We are prepared to nil large contracts of Del ci.
Samples of the brie's. to be seen It. No, 50 Fifa,
street, and the
Addr. as THE PITTSBURG Int It I C K MACHINE
AND BRICE Ist A NIIF AC lURI NI; 11.:1 1..
339 LIBERTY .ST.. PITTSBURGH' PA.
L M. KIER., President A. AUBLEY. Vice
President; W. M. MeCRACkEN, Tre.urer: b. A.
- Dioogion9-13.. M. Kier. A. Ackley, W. K.
Bricked., Jo/matte, W. d. Culp. deg:pf,
MILLER & RICIELTSON,
Brandies, Wines and Cigars,
Nos, 221 and 223,
Corner of Liberty and imin Streets,
1 rrrrsnunGil, PA
IRON, NAILS, COTTON YARNS. &C.,
PAPER MANUFACTURING CO.,
Printing and Wrapping Papers.
CLINTON MILL, BTEUBENVILLE, OHIO.
BEIUIITON MILL. NEW BIIIOIITON, rn.
OFFICE AIM WAREIIOESE,
No. 82 Third Street, Pittburgh, Pa.
OFFlCEP.Mtl i kT i vardk:. o Ereslde nt.
•-' BAMUEL LI IDD LE., Se, retary.
DILIECTOES—Auguet Hartle. John Atwell, S. H.
John E. Livingston. Jam M. 'Perkins.
C. H. Merrick.
Cacti Paid for Raper Stock.
FRINIMIN - COT'-TOLIVORKS
E. HYDE'S SONS
. , Are now prepared to manufacture ,
COTTON YARN, CARPET CHAIN.
COVERLET YARN, CANDLEWICK,
COTTON WARPS, Ac.. Ac.
WEETn Robinson and.
T. o.—All orders Op mall attended to. no 9
• ( I .13 - PA . • , •
A Superior .dr tiole
FOB SALE IVY
GRAFF & REITER, Sole ligte.,
215 Liberty St., Pittsburgh.
IN CONSIDERATION OF NUMEIR.
eSPLOSIONS ibat are weekly occurring
from the use of INV.:11101r OIL, the undrraigued
bare concluded' to their OIL AT 0...TA1L , at
NO. 8B Btrairls.cot latkocrt.
he 011 Is guaranteed to STA NOA PINE TEST
OF ILO D&OltiCEd and upwards. and is In 'petted
for export by d corpeient r iospectore. E
FRIT VirdStrLitatrvgt.l:ll,l' gLitoptVe
i. BILPFII3I. KEUEW & CO..
PlO. 33 MAILKET ITILEET.
Machinist. ell others am be furnished Lard,
IlDeim and Petroleum Lubricator. at retail.
FITZPATRICK & BROTHER.
F . l "1 4 , AUTI I
near Zfrr" S lt' e
g .riiymgt sole aua
persona Orglfienf tortP*
lead them . 11 an d r etur ne d.
BBL& LINSEED OIL received
g"'" %suitor. ♦ KELM( a CO..
41.224 1 Wb IM.O /Humana 17 WOO 4 Streets
NEIGHBORHOOD NE WS
Another County Robbery
The thieves seem to be taking the stute by.
counties. The following Is from the Easton
When the Court house, situated in the stein
ity of our borough, was opened this morning
1 -11 5' the janitor, he found that some one had,
been there since he had been gone the nicht
before. lie found the back door to the hail
Open, the screws having been driven in, nod
the lock forced off. On examination it was
found that the oflices of the Commissioners,
of Theodore Robison, Esq., Clerk of the CoUrt
of Quarter. Sessions, and of John J. leanest,
hail been, eaclx - Imture,
visited. The burglars must have been pro
vided with all possible appliances, and patent
contrivances, as they did their work In a
scientific and workmanlike manner. The
doors of each Of the offices were forced open
by boring a bole diagonally ,through the Jam
of the door, and then, with an iron lnstru.
went, forced - open the door. In the office of
31r. Robison all the desk drawers wqre opened
and the contents scattered over the ' floor, but
as far as learned nothing of value taken. The
burglars left behind them In thin office a large
number of cigar stumps, and a piece of par
tially burned fuse sticking in the key hole et
the sate. Otherwise the cafe was not dis
In the Commissioner's °Mee, the door was
forced open the $111.120 us the Clerk's °Mee; then
all the drawers were opened, In one of which
the keys of the safe were found; the safe was
then visited and thoroughly ransacked, but
the explorers found but little booty. 'Play
carried away .some shirts. n'spalq of pants, a
vest and acme stockings, which. Mt. Leith had
purchased ut the store of Cheap John, anti had
not yet taken them home. They also forced
open a tin box which he had In tlio safe; and
succeeded In getting $1 in silver.
In the Treasurer's oftlee, after haring gone
through with the drawers and desk, they
made a breach to the wall of the vault, near
the door; a bole was made through the wall,
about nine inches thick, large enough to ad
mit a man's arm. The lock was blown oven
ith gunpowder, and na entrance effected.
The vault was thorougly searched, and the
papers and books, orders, .tc., scattered all
over the floor. A tin box belonging to Mr.
llnan gat was forced open but nothing of 'Minh
found therein. The burglars found in a pock-
et book behind some old books, a lot of money
belonging to Mr, Unasigst, amounting to about
PS). Part of this Is in eneeki, payment of
Which have been stopped. The burglars came
well prepared and did up their business leis
urely. one of theta even going so fur as to
commit a nuisance in the hall. No elite has
been obtain.l as to the robbers:
The New Philadelphia. (0.,) ehruitleir thus
mentions the drowning of a man at Canal
• Doveri, At UM time, some persons who were
at work in or aranuit the slaughter house of
Messrs. Burnet& Steese, had their attention
attracted towards the river by cries of
"Help!" Looking In the direction from
whence the cry proceeded, they beheld a WWI
struggling In the water and vainly endeavor
ing to chug to the Ice surrounding the middle
pier of the old railroad bridge. In ills fro•
Quest and excited attempts to grads', the brit
tle ice, it us frequently broke In his hand,
making his hold oaten of no service to him.
The last they saw of him, he was swimming
down the stream, mak ingevery possible effort
to keep himself afloat, and loudly seremaing
for help. In response to his cries, he - was ail.
vised to swan to the side, and those on shore
would rescue him. Whether lie comprehend
ed what they cheated to Lim, or whether their
advise was Impracticable, minuet be told.
There was a sheet of Teo thirty feet ells , or
setearly so, projecting into the stream from
eithet bank, and It might be surmised that 11
he had his senses about him, no would avoid
coming In contact with it, as it had before
proven so treacherous. However, conjevture
tt hat we will, all we can my of hint is, that he
went down, never to risen thing moo.
We find the following queer transaction in
the Columbus Journal,: Yesterday an told .
transaction was brought to the notice of the
city authorities in a very peculiar manner.
Some one entered complaint against a woman
who had bcon employed as u seatn.drcas or
embroiderer at different times, In several fam
ilies, charging that said woman had appropri
ated certain articles. mot belonging to her. The complaining party was advised to learn
the whereabouts of the woman before prefer
ring the charge formally. Ina short time it
was reported that the boarding place of tile
-woman had been discovered, that although
she was not there antintad not paid her board,
yet she bad left her child as surety that the
latter would be paid, add that she would re
turn. the oftlyials were a little puzzled as to
what kind of •isecurity'l to name sold little
piece Of humanity, and were unable to de tot
mi.neJust how secure the ..seehrity'.../. for
tile mother's board blll, and so the case was
young Ludy lil•sing
The Honesdale Repubfawn give the follow.
Mg announcement: USSEI Marcella sanons e el
Hawley, aged about seventeen year,, has been
missing since the night_of the 'lh. she was a
milliner, and had been at work for Mrs. Jas.
Dunlop all that day, quitting at six o'clock,
and starting for home. Not — Making her ap
pearance that night or the next morning her
friends became alarmed, instituted Inquiries,
ancl dragged the river and canal, but without
gal dug any knowledge In regard to her
whereabouts then or since. The general Im-
Mpression In .11awley Is that In crossina the.
Middle Creek bridge, which is without seine
lent protection, itlo missed her way, fell Into
the water, and was carried down by the swift
current. She was of American descent, and
bore a most excellent character..
A Trouide4orue gand
The Steubenville Ilernltt says: d gentleman.
ly looking man dropped Into the jewelry store
of Oliver Dunbar, comer of Fourth and Mir
kei streets, Yesterday, and asked to look at
bLi stock of geld watclios Dunbar•s
attention was called to' another part of the
store, the stranger "confiscated" one of(the
best watches. Dunbar accused him of the act
.-be denied, but when told that ho would call
the polies, tho stranger made the discovery
that the watch hail got into one of his pockets,
accidentally. sticking to his hand as he put It
into one of his pockets to Pull out a handful
of chestnuts. '!he stranger may be an bonnet
man, but be has a very "sticky" band, which
if he does not keep c close surveilanee over,
will get him into trouble, if not Into the peni
The Columbus JOUrllla records the follows
ing narrow escape trom a serious accident:
Tile yard engine at the depot, with freight
cars attached, yesterday collided with a street
car, at the first crossing, on High street. The
locomotive was backing up from the west,
pushier a detached freight ear In. trent. The
driver of the street car miscalculated the
t ipped of the approaching cars, and attempted
to cross before thorn. The street car was
struck Just as it was fairly on the track of the
other, the site broken In, one wheel °rushed,
and the ear Itself thrown entirely from the
track. There was one passenger in the car,
who escaped uninjured,
Attempt to Commit Rape
We take the following-from. the New FMla.
adelphis Chreakqe; mme day lust week; while
a cOuple of little girls, agel respectively ten
and twelve years, were returning to this
place from Canal Dover, they were met by a
young man on horseback. The scoundrel um
medlately dismounted, took same the little
girls, caught one of them, add attempted to
violate her person. The other little girl
screamed—a man was seen .approaching—
when the rascal took to hiss horse, rode Off,
and has not been captured. From the de min-
Don given ; the mlleers have not been able to
identify the noted rel. •
Accident nt Wheelie";
The Wheeling Intellipenecr gives the follow ,
lug: Wears called upon to record a tearful
and humiliating occident to Ono of hberlff
Seyboldis ciliciont deputies. As the gentle.
man was entering the court-room,Yosicril.Y
morning, toe foot slipped and-he immediately
assumed the attitude of a boy learning to
swim. Sympathizing friends at once gathered
round (lie prostrate sheriff and assisted him
to rise. Careful examination revealed the taut
that no bones were broh en, and some Irrever.
eat parties allowing signs of incipient laugh
ter, the gentleman made haste to proclaim
"silence in the court."
The Reading Dispatch say One-night last
week, some thief or thieves broke open the
smoke house of Mr. Harry nonuse,
In Hamburg, Barks county. and stole a lot of
sausage. Mr. K., In order to catch the thief,
put some more sausage in the smoke house,
endplaced a loaded gun In such position
that if the door was opened the gun would be
illecharged. Yesterday morning Mr. Kimono
visited the smoke house for the purpose of
taking out some sausage, and forgetting that
.liad placed the gun h the piece Was
discharged. the loud lente t ringere,
his se, from
the effects Of which at fear o'clock the
The Allentown Demoverti giVes the follow
lug, On Monday morning last tau body of au
unknown man was found drowned la tile Le
high, near Wheeler's Lock. The remains were
frozen so stiff that they allowed of being
stood pp erect. On Saturday evening two of
the laborers on the new Bridge t at this -place
started from their boarding hods.) up•the
er to cross in a small Dont, since which time
they have not been seen,tile Met that u.
rOl.lllll upside down In the
stream on Monday morning, Mails to the sup
position that they were drowned, and teat
the man found may have been one of the par
The Greene County hobbery.—Wm.
and George Scott, charged with the robbery
of the safe belonglng.to the Adams' Express
Company, In Greensboro, Greene county, as
we have already reported, were placed 011
trial last week In the Greene county court,
and considerable teetitnony taken In the cane.
Alderman John A. Strain, pincer Seth Wilmot
and others, frpm city, were Important
witnesses In this s uit. Owing to the absence
of some Important witnesses, the moo was
aontlimod until the March, term of the court,
when It will be concluded.
tied Dools.—'rbo Bucks county, Inlelligcncer
Bare: The mad dog excitement abdut New
Britain, to which reference wax made last
week, had not subsided at last fteCOUets.
Alnong wasogs bitten by the supposed rabid
animal one belonging to William God
shalt, of Doylestown township. We regret to
learn that Mr. Godshall: wah afterwards bit
ten on the band by his own slog. We have not
learned that any Of the dogs that Were bitten
have /one wad. •
The Cabinet hats decided that the decision
of the Supreme Court in the Indiana conspira
cy case must be recognized and sustained and
obeyed in good faith. As a consequence, the
President has ordered that the military cora-
Ulla ton at Richmond, for the trial of Dr. (Wat
son, for the murder of a negro, shall be dis
The amount of National Bank currency is
sued during the week ending Saturday, was
6193,0),' From this is to be deducted currency
returned, Including worn out notes, amount
ing to 1121,2.14,112, leaving in actual circulation
at this date li'lttS,3ol,Sta
The securities held by the Ti ensurer of the
United States, in trust for National Banks,
as reported on Saturday, were as follows :
For circulating notes, titti5,2.i6,630; for deposits
of public moneys, $38,513,9:4; total, 079,1140,-
Au Investigation of the recently awarded
Indian contracts show that they are thins
seven thousand dollars higher then were the
rejected bide. ,
IV is reported that the Supreme Court will
grant, a writ of habeas •w pus in the cote of
Dr. Mudd and others confined at the Dry Tor-
tugas, charged with complicity in Lincoln's
A rumor is current in Washington, that a
prousluent radical member of the house is
preparing a hill [Oman ntee to New iCorlr, a
republican form of government—in other
words, that there shall be no discrimination
e favor of the whites against the colored
The Fenian trials at Sweetsburg still con.
thine. In the ease of Thomas Smith the jury
could not agree, standing eleven for acquittal
and one for conviction. liSthis ease the Court
reaillrmed the monstrous doctrine—in fuel,
the cause of the List war between (treat Britain
and the United State's—that naturalisation
in the United States did not exempt the natu•
relived person trout his liabilities se n British
subject. • .
The landing of the Pilgrims was very gen
erally celebrated throughout the - country„_on
Largo seizures of liquor, illegally distilled,
in the eastern cities, are reported daily by
telegraph. Whisky selling at 41,50 per gallon,
when the government tax Is . _ $2.00, is latter
Lien. Grant has returned to Witellington,and
reports that the I llllleolty In Missouri has
been explained to the uatisfaetiou of Gov.
Tile Potomac river waa trOZCII over on Sat
unlay at tieorgotown. . .
Several witnesses were examined in New
Lirlean. on Saturday before the Congressional
Investigation Committe, among whom were
Judge Warinouth and Judge Howell. All is
eoudut.te I with sworn secrecy by the COMM IS
also. •Ilefore returning to Washington the
committee will take evidence regarding the
sentiments of the people and the management
of the Federal departments.
There was a splendid gathering on Satur
day In New Orleans to witness the tee LI,: Una.
than of turf sports over' the bletalre race
course, Lieutenant. Ureteral Sherman and
Major Uent cal Sheridan were In -attendance.
tdrvernor. Worth was Inaugurated as tier'
ern.. of North Carolina at Raleigh on Satur
day, in pre,nce of both branches of the Leg
islature. Ills address was warmly endorsed.
General hansom—rebel—ot North Carolina,
has been pardoned by the Preablent,
Il k reported that the United Stales war
steamer Lancaster In. Wandered near the
Cape of Hood Hope.
Peru and .Chill rely. t. th-e mediation of
France and England, and propose to continue
the war against Spain, finless the lions salute
their nag, 0.4 pay Over I.3,con,tion.
President; conforming to the request of
the King of Prussia, and In contequeuce of the
inoorporatlon of Hanover, City of Frankfort,
and the Duchy of Iletse 10[6 that kingdom,
has withdrawn, and declared to he null and
volt, the erequators heretofore Issued to a
number of Consuls of thaw: State., iu lid.
tiritiin Tapley, an-old mtlzeu of Clncinnat!,
lied I,n .Saterday. • • •
Thera ,were dt.tl.—inciudingieno
rem cholcin—in Cincinnati last week.
The journeymen 1.01101.....4nke in Upton hso
nded, and they lace robumed work at Conner
The 31,.0n1c brotherhood of Philadelphia
Lave devitied to erect-a flew Ifttsonic temple
at the northeast corner of Kroll , ' anti hansom
streets, at a cost of not ie.4 than half a lull•
A shooting affair occurred near Junction
City, Kansas, on Saturday, In which the City
Marshal was killed by a soltller of the Seventh*
Cavalry, and two soldiers of the. mania regi
ment were shot in return by the citizens.
- York aloes a criminal businan.s.
During the past ear there were 4.041 arrests
in the city, s 3 of which wore for homicides.
The Ocean (Moon, from Aspinwall, brought
to New York on Saturday, ti,3.10,1).1e1ra treasure.
rinly was sent out in the European
steno:lo, • i
The steamers Arago and Fulton, sold at New
York on Saturday to Leonard Sr. Jerome for
The Congressional excursion party to New
Orleans, reached linoxville, Tenn., on satur.
day. They were handsomely received, and
entertained at a banquct,by the civic author•
Speeches were wade by Senators Ram
soy, Foster, Lane, Norton, Wade and others.
FURST NATIONAL HANK OF
VI2TBIIUILUI.I.—The Annual Election (r DI-
rectors or the P 1 i r N ATioNA L UAN K will take
plum . TUIt.PAY. PetutarY SO. /Ora% nt the
Baal, b.2l.r•ert II o'clock A. M., .al2 o'clock r.
Gsll AY NATIONAL
rlTTetillrodl, DeCamber 12Cri, IVA.
N ELECTION FOR NINE DI
RECTORS, to eerie for the ensuing year, fell
be held •t the BA-SKIM/ HOUSE, on TITESDAY,
J•nuary 810, 11 1 7, between the Lunen of t nd
TIMM:VON" N BANK
AI.I.IAiIIKNA, Deanna.. Cat, A.
THE ANNEAL ELECTIOY YOU
Directors of Ulla Bank 501 be held on
TUESDAY. JANUARY Stb
fletween the hour. of It A. AI, owl 2v. te , at the
II an kin 6r House. • J. tt. DAVIDSON.
CsoVLU'li NATIONAL DARE.
rirreetinciU, December etti, IaUS.
4LECT lON NOTICE.—An
tlnO for Seven Direutore of thin Dant, to serve
for the ecisulut year, will be held at the Dank, on
TUESDAY, January bet, Let', tetwevn the hours
of II A, N. and 21'. Y.
deiLpOb 1, Al, GOLIDON, Cashier,
lIIIST NATION BANK Or ALIMITIIVIY.
AL.I.6OIIkNY, l'A., Dec.
THE ANNUAL ELECTION FOB
L.IRECTOILS of this Haat, will take place al
the BANKING HOUSE, OS TUESDAY, JahaarT
bth, 1007, betweeo . the boors of A. v. sad Ir.
JOHN /.. KIIAMER, Cashier,
ALLIC,II3NT NATIONAL BANN.
DITT3BUMIII, December bih,
THE ANNUAL ELECTION OF DI.
t RECTORS of this Bank, mill take . OA" at the
Banking lion.e, on TUESDAY, January trth,
hetnuen the hours of it A. M. And 2r. L.
it. W, XACBILV, Cashier.
I UNION NATIONAL BANK, t
l'lrrettlritoll. Ilecember Ilk. M..
N ELECTION FOR NINE DI.
ItEcTORS, to eerre fur the ensuing year, r
No Nee .t the BANKING 1303J+SX, oh TULSDAy,
January oth, MO, between the hours o[l3 A. N. and
deUunel • • B. 33711T11. Cashier.
CITY NATIONAL lIANg lir
Prrrhurloi, Dec. e, ITO.
ECTORS ANNUAL .ELECTION FOR
DIR Or TITIS BANE, wlll bald
on TUESDAY, January Oh, IuGY, between the
hours of 1 and J o'clock Y. 11., at the DAnklng
delT:ps2lwT JOHN 51 AIIOFFIR, Castile,
YU:LUXOR NATIONAL DANK ci; TlTT‘uunall.
DiTTAIN:ItuU, r. 0., Due. 3, lAN. I
THE ANNUAL ELECTION OF DI
-1- HECTORS wtll. Late place at the BANKING
110G6K, on 'I.IESDA.Y. January Kb, 1a.37, between
the hours of =AVIAN A. AL god Two C.
dre:I,I3DINT 11. 11. IdUItRAY. CAALIer.
111-ncli ANT.: AND Za/r . I
TILE ANNUAL ELECTION FOIL
Dut eartma of this Bank will 011 n Dlseeat the
BANKING 110116 E. on TUE-WAY. January the
111. MT, between tie hours of 11A. K. and 2 O.K.
TLLlllll NATIONAL DANL. rirTshuhoir. I
VlTTSnUntill. Dee. Pb,
TZLECTION NOTICEr—The AI3IIIIU.
A-./ al Election for NINE DlRECTiltili (dr thin
helat te Haat ota
u the ensuing
h y e e a S r .
Jat d ay h lt7 etween f theh i r a td 1 0111 i a. rind
3 I'. L.
delLnelO JOHN E. LIVINOBTON. Cashier.
NATIONAL BANK, I .
Parr/nom/14 Mc. nth
II`IIE ANNEAL ELECTION FOIL
LI tyUP TICK KINK. 111 Deheldu
the BAN KINI./ I.IOIINE, TusDAy.
llth, 1E47, bet w een the boon of 11 A. N. and o'clock
F. N. JNQ. t,. DIAUTIN.
• VITT'OO ALLIGIIigY,
Tuzascarat's Orr'Ch. December nth. ISGS.
NOTICE IS lIIIREBY GIVEN TO
the holders of the .10 her cent. glUti
CIPL BONDIS Bondi coini ng Allegheny, that the
Coupons on ssid due Jardsaff Ist,
sed7. will be paid on asld day (less thelitate Tex) st
the Bank of Pittsburgh, In the City of Pittsburgh.
det2:pod Treasurcr Of the Clty of Alloitteity.
CARD TO DIVALIDS.
A clergyman, while residing is South America
/ missionary, discovered a safe and simple reme
dy for the Cure of Nervosak Weakness, freely Decay,
Diseases of the CritistrY and Seminal °mitts. sad
the whole train of disorders brought on by tuneful
and vicious habits. Great numbers have been al
ready cured by this noble rsmedy. Prompted by a
desire to bsrefit the a Mined and nnformin.tc, 1
will send the recipe for veparing sod using this
medicine, In a sealed envelope, to any /one who
needs it, FRILL or CHARGE. Please seldom a post•
Paid envelope, addressed to yourself.'
Address JosEpit T. INMAN.
de2thoill Station D. Wide Home, N. Y. City.
NEW PERFUME FOR THE 11INDE/MC[IIES
":Vight Blooming C
Night Blooming Cert,tax.'
Xigbl Blooming C
Phalan', '• Night Blooming Certmo."
A mart evrthite. deliNste, and Fragriivit Perron,
die e i:led from the rare and bllLutiful livlVrr ftom'
whiib It take. Itr 1.111,
blannfacturod only by
PIIALON,6c PION, ~New Vorlz
lIIIWAICk OF COUNTERFEITS
ASK FOR PIIALON'S-TAKE NO oTnErt.
WINN. BARNHILL & CO,
SHEET 'IRON WOEHERS,
Nos. 20, 22, 21 and 26 Pm' St.
Having secured a large ward, and to ntlehed It with
the moat approved machinery, we are prepared to
manufutore every description of Miler, On the
be•t manner, eat , warranted mine to any made in
the country. Chimneys. Breeching, Vire Buds,
Steam Pipe, Locomotive Butlers, Condenser, bet
Pane, Tanks, On htills, Aettztors, Settling Pan,
Boller Iron, Bridg 800.1 Pane. and sol,rnang •
faaturere of BARNII es,
ILL . B PATENT BOILERS.
Repairing done on the sharteat notice; JeSicil
COPPER MILL AND SMELTINO:WORKS.
PARK, McCURDY & CO.,
Manufacturers of Sheathing, Brazier,'and Bolt
Copper, Pressed Copper itottonts, Rained 44.1111 Bot
toms, Speller holda. Also, importer. and dealers
In Metall. Ttn Plate, Sheet. Iron, Wire, de. Con
stantly on band. Timm.' Machines and Tools.
Wan:Douse, lib, 140 Pia, and 1310ICONIP tITRICZTK,
Pittsburgh. Special orders of. Copper cut to any
desired pattern. utyl4,l,l4:d.t4rT
Mr - PITTSBURGH SAW WORKS,
HUBBARD, RHO. & Manufactu
rer. or PATENT G SOUS 1) CIILCLL.A.ILS, warrant
ed CAST STEEL, SAWS, of rverytle.crlptlon. MIII,
Mule.. Cron-Cut, Gang. and Grottier variettn.
Alt klnd. of K SIVE:. and hPalNli5 made from
Sheet Cast Steel; Eatra ran... REAPER and MOW
-INU KNIVES, An. •
/dr Wntehouve and Work., corner WATER and
SIIORT druerr, Pittsburgh.
Par:Mitts, attention paid to re-foothill.. gums
snug ARd etralirtitriAng Circular Slain also. repair.
of all klnda." - Punetang and GrIIIIng done at rea
IgrROBINSON, REA b. C0.,-(Suc
...ion to ROBIN SuN. Hints d Mitlbanni)
nnnnnn rs oft Staablnlat., Pittsburgh,
Manufaeturers of-lioat and Stationary Steam En
gines, ISlasi. Engines .
rilll 111iinory, (rearing
Sbatllng, Castings o f ail Sessriptions- ell Tanks
and SUES, n neat Iron Work:
r4r'REMEDIAL EIiSTITETE FOR
NO. 14 1 OND N KW YORK.
Full inlormation. with the Alphert f**.fintool
also, a 11,...k on Apo,. triara*:.r. lu • 1 , 41,4 6
11,1034, sent Irv, lair 1 , rt., **a.*
Mr*,. no,ly,clii ',era LI: for, ••:ir..r.islo*
physician* ar* ntort *
n<ro no, rtranym st,ul , l be., trY•t.,ll Endo, S
stamp forfKr*tay,e, an:1.111,1 to Itlt LAWNS:NI:EL
No ,4 BO N A isTSCE.Y.T. NKW yIINN . no11:0 I
731A1C011 OF ALLEOLIENI'.
WWI. a oattalduitt fur re-vlcuttott to the Itttyor',
alty; Bob) ort to the Actloo of tho Itopuhllcaft
put? .t their Nomlnatth,
BANKS AND BANKERS
B.LNKING tIOUSE. -
N.IIOLMES & SONS,
Nb. 51 MARKET STREET, Pittsburgh.
r: 2o.,ts received In Par Tund. and. Cervnet
tiniteVATestNVaL b . '''rth6"ll'"".
STOCKS BONDS AND OTHER SEOURITIES
Bought and Sold On CommisOon.
Particular attention pal/ to the purchase and
- UNITED 'STATES SECURITIES.
United &ate, Bloc. of Melt
- Do. do it.hh:
Do. Tilt. of 10-Vo:
Do. Oerttflestes of Indebtedness.
Orders and Vouchers bought or collected. AlStly
IDOISfAR SAVINGS BANK,
No. 65 Fourth S'lreet,.
CHARTERED IN 1855.
/pen dolly from 9 to? o'clock, also on Wednesday
d Saturday You. eulturs, from May Nove mber Normber
t, from 7 to 'clock, and from tst to
. . . ,
y Ist, from it to P o'clock.
eposits received of all sums of not 'ese than Otte
and a dividend of the pronto d. Oared twice
sir, in June and December. Inter.mit has been
Bankseml-annually in June and Detv2 rub, since
was organized, It the rate of per cunt.
Interest, If not drawn out, Is pslaced to the credit
of the depositors. principal, and bears the same in
terest from the hrat days of June and December,
compounding teriot • year without troubling the dr
ellor. to call, or even to present his pass hoot. At
Mils rate money will double tales. than twelve years.
Boots containing the Charter. By-Laws., Released
Regulations, furnished grail.. on •PidiCation at the
Pittslnsser — BEC
John It. Ilactofen,
Benj. L. Falinestoct.
bun M. Pennock.
A. M. Pollock, M.V.,
John 11. Shocobergee
James D. Kelly,
Henry J. Lynen,
, l'eter A, Madeira,
John C. 11ludicy,
George Bla ss ck,
A , onso.A. Carrier,
Charles A. Colton,
rater 11. Hunter,
Richard Hays. •
fit humans' —.JAL R. 11
Walter P. Marshall. •
John B. Alcitadden,
Jahn ()et . ,
qilt. 'Y E L :SCL l tnit7t n , ""
Wm. P We man,
.13 ` ,1 1 . •
ISEEIIB. . istni
MONEY LOAN OFFICE, NO. IM
ISMITtLFIELD tiTIOLICT, corner of litath.
Money Loaned on (liver Plate., tlians, Pistol,,
Diamonds, Jewelry, (told and bllver Watch..
Clothing, and valuable articles of every deseription•
The goods oanpot he delivered without a ticket.
Not a...countable in case of lire or robbery.
(fr, ood. of eve154•14.r,111.1 description fo ol Tsr ale
I at lo
lirVl • ICI. ty Vt.
$25,000 TO LOAN.
Persons deel.lng to borrow money or,
BONI) ANTI 11(.111TUAIJE,
For ope, two or more Peer!, will de well to call 00
000 Estate Aeent?ti(o'."(ltliii.Mell3:rirtTrY.et.
SEWING MACHINES, •
(VOTER hr. BAKER'S
ELASTIC STITCH AND LOCK STITCH
Are TIIE IMIZT for Family and Manufacturing
poles. Call and ice thew at
xo. IS Fifth Street.
DON'T BE DECEIVED Mt
Ylourtshlng half column advertisements of Inferior
Machines, but get • bilft/V & BAH ELL.
Ii its.s been fully tested for sixteen
,- years, and. by all combo
tent Judges. pro-
• I , BE.
Mao, 113 Filth 1131-troct.
GET NONE BUT A
GROVER & BAKER
For iHoliday Gift. It 1. reliable, perfect and
be refere the beet. Don't fall to call and see It at
rrILE GROWER be BAKER
( SEWING MACHINE
Is the Ultima Thule of Meth.lsm. rltase esll-anal
NO 11i . FIFTH
SHOE. lIARNE9B ' A CAIMILiGE
MAK BR3 should sac the new
Grover & Baker No. I Sewing Machine
Before coring elsewhere. It Is the best for heir
U•e• e At
11.9a163 • NO. 11l FIFTH STILE T
826. ItARTI,ET'r $25
Beat cheap Licensed Beenin! in the Halted Slaw
Agents wanted everrwilsre. Pay 430 to ittlOp pe
month. Enclose stamp and address
PAGE BROTHERS. General Agents,
614 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, and BA num
mit street, Toledo, 4)111o, • tici:pi
BOOTS AND SHOES.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
SOLE T FATHER,
No. 133 Wood Street,
To SHORT TIME and CAM; buyers we offer en
perlor India cements, as our facilities for buying are
unsurpassed by ANY house East or West. Perches
lug directly from FIRST HANDS ent l rely for CA SIX.
we are enabled to sell as lOW as any Ease ern Jobbing
MERCHANTS are Invited to call and examine
our stock and note our prices before purchasin
Superior Cotion Yarns,
SEAMLESS GRAIN BAGS,
COTTON AND LINEN CARPET CHAIN,
Virill be Promptly Filled at
far All order. by mall will repelee imenediatirand
H. CHILDS Sr,. CO.
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL
BOOTS, SHOES, GIITERS,
A9.152 - 3:1
BA I LMORAI#Sp
ALL SIZES AND PRICES AT
THOMAS H. PHELPS',
.16 Smithfield Street
tIIXO. P. AN.IIII•TZ
pALMELI., ANSH UTZ la. CO,
DrAi £64 Lv
ROOTS, SHOES & GAITERS,
Also. 61 Market Street,
( rit - rsBURLIII, PA
BOOT AND S 1101: EMPORIUMS
No. 9'2 Federal Street,
den 33earairs.l33.ls for A. 1.1.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
No. 35 'Market St., Pittsburgh,
just reoelved Avery WIN stock of all kinds of
1300%13 81 4 .77 a 0350*16
Which he to repare l d to
TAZE ti Lt ' F o ll&rr A g 3 2N IT &HOES. which he war
rant. to stye entlatnetlou. • (
ma:heal:a ' No. :IS .I.l•elset street.
LARGE AND FRESH ARRIVAL
SUMMER BOOTS, SHOES, GIITERS
Jost received, and will be .old at the VERY LOW
EST PRICES, either Wholesale or Retail.
Rive nil ♦ GALL Barons Pruca...suro 21.01
J. 11. & W. C. BORLAND,
131,19 No. fd Ilarktt 7.1 door from Filth et.
c 7001413 7txt.Ll,. 3011 X
C . FIELDLNG be BRO.,
Idenufacturere andl)exters In
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS,
No. 140 Ohio St., Allegheny.
Replrlng promptly executed on tee stiorteet no-
PLUNIBLNG, GAS FITTING.
GAS AND STEAM FITTVItS,
Cor. Sixth and Smithfield Sts.,
Cor. Beaver and Chestnut Streets,
MAIVOILEST ER. •
All kludi of Water, du and lite= FIZtI2I.I. con.
nasal) , on band. J6.11(19
GAS AND STFMIFITTING,
Hydrants, Iron Pumps,
Pn TAXS' t R4&l
WATER CLOSETS AND WASH STANDS.
TOM T. EWENS,
(Successor to )(wens & C 0..)
165 Wood St., Pittaburgh&a.
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters
attendedpr A om ord y atllo eleented ”tianetoflly
d. full line of Bath Tube,. rumps, Bastin, T N. .,
Closets, Ulrike, Chandelier., 1 endants, and Iris
Shade., for male at the moat reasonable
()Maelstrom country patrons ,by mall promptly lat•
dom "lose °revery de.erlptlon. , leskak
ADDY,IIII/11111S & BARTLEY
Keep on hand a superior ankle cif
LC kinds of Iron Putope,_ Hydrants, Skeet Lead
Sheet Zinc, Lead Pipe R ath Tubs. !finks, Wats
Closets. Wash Basins, Wasp Stands. A.., at the
Corner Sixth and Smithfield Streets,
All kinds orHePaltink P T " l re l ,i° a to.
All orders try mall liamealateir ai °
PLignAr2„.e. - & --- virßca •
GAS FIXTURES, SINKS, BATH TUBS
BEE°wE a "T rATEIL CLOS
to order, COElStladi OD baud and made
%%ATM eft Jamiii7XX.X.333,
# 9 - red' UTT ß lratt l eti g gn l lta.rgb.
FOB IiVALE.4.• Farm of about SS
acres In Union Township, Alleghopy county,
Pa.. situate about four miles front the city on the
Washington Pike. The improvementa are a large
House two story Snick Dwelling With 12 rooms, a
two-story Spring House. a Carriage House. a large
Lumber Room, a No. I Fr ame Bank. Barn, with
.tabung sullicient for to head of cattle. There is
not 1 noon Orchard, comprising about (u acres,
ockedowith the best suletles hull trees. It Is
alt underlaid with coal. Vinland Is In a high state
of culthr•tlon, well watered. fences good, and
would salt admirably for dairy or gardening put-
..it!.o, Housecres adjoining the above, with a good
„me: Carriage Hesse, good Opting House
Ai - buildings: with a good Orchard In
3:,;:icirztLezna.ttlon• This piece Is also all on-
Aso, 12 acres adlot 1
P o r ,V l ' !°‘• T hi. 1/ I :4l•ll e s: b Ll 'e itaYe i fil r d o s v art ' i,
The above three rect.
a b taLte t u i tie f uellie Railroad.,
~.h e tam B . w min of property Ile between
The coal alone la worth that estmeli
and the coal can
either road. -
for the en
tt ll ei sTrann . of 113 acres, altuataln Bt. Clal
ship, Westmoreland county, ' immedt "c
the line of the Penna. Railroad. Theban, Cl) V'"
are a two-story Frame House with eve' r ' o ' oT ro l
good cellar, Frame Bask Ram *sea feet,
_There la on the place • good
Young Apple Orc ard; Macre& cleared. balance In
good tlmber: ng generally rood, well watered:
underlaid with coal and linsestOn ; convenient to
churches mills, schools and blackamith shops, to.
nether with the personal property such as stock.
Implements, grain In the groand. AC. recession
Also ,Perm of 83 Cares, situated In Chattier.
towhip, Allegheny county. Pa.,about miles
the city, near the line of thetitenbenillle IL
R.,and within one-half mile of a station; IV acres of
the beat of creek bottom land,-atud In • high state of
cultivation= three of woodland and pasture. The
fencing Is generally good. The soli is No. 1, and
well adapted for gardening. The attention of those
wishing to embark lu the btlilißtAS Will Cali at once
and secure a good bargain. as-this is • rare chance.
Also, FILMof 84 three, situate In Elicaneth
township, Allegheny county, Pa., on the lithium
'abet.. river, about one mile from the Borough of
Elisabeth. The soll is of the best quality. I:he im
provement. area farm house with six rooms, a good
barn and other out buildings; fencing good,• about
CO acres of coel. Churches, schoaa and mills very
convenient. Possession ImmediaMily,
Also, the best Plant In Elisabeth township,
containing about 90 acres, lying on the Mrrnouna
hela river immediately befow Lock No. 3, on which
Is erected a large two-story brick dwelling, one in
and one frame bans bun, corn crib, wagon shed,
brick spring Donee, granary, work shop. isc.;_about
Meares of the shovels first virility river bottom; the
balance being limetnone land, and underlaid with
coal, and about SD acres of limestone. There are
two orchards of apple trees, In good bearing condi•
The land wt 11 r isrpte,Fr; rag a !
being • short distance Dom the thriving p bOrorin
of Efliabeth, creating t market at Loose for all e
products. The property will be sold cheap and on
Also; A Farm of 98 acresolitneted to
township, Allegheny county, ?e_, about one mile
from Lock No. 3, on ktosiOngabela river. Improves
ments are one Imme house, with eve rooms. barn.
T heooth uuds. The laud s
the best quality. he above
be sold at vry
Ports/liter part:calm% enticing Of., . .
.s.mr..tate /amt. 184 /mirth siiiset.
FOR SALE--100 Acz es of Land
in Washington minty, Wesley township Ohio,
h 0 aeries cleared. balance in timber; good honee.
good tarn, water wit hin g orchard, school and
enurchee t handy, and 4ti miles of Cutler Sta
tion, on,, the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad.
1 , Ice t‘ligy, acre.
v IM/rig e . t: ti7e= i' lltlVlril e titrsero ' f re i
roota each, one truxkg house of four rooms, all In
gol to Stoking
Blair county. Pa. Live miles from Altoona
by the Valley ifo.d. The adventures of
this property ire autumns, and by ceiling onus we
will glee full partlcalua
99 Acres. 0 saws of width underlaid with
coal, situate In North Fayette Township. on the
6teubenvilte Howl; Improvements. good Frame
Hoe., sa e.ma, good Bank Barn; aboutlooFrult
Trees lust in thole pnnte. to .
36 Acres in Union Township, on the Wuhington
Pile, three mile. Dom the city.
37 Acres 6cott Township, sit miles out on the
old N, ashington Pile.
ID Acres in BC. Tow”hip, three Miles cut from
Allent city Harker. , •
0 Dwelling Houses in Allegheny City. one In
Wilkinsburg, one la Freeport, ote_st .Edgewcoi
Station: on, the Central Fennsylvania Walt oa cl.
Alio Immediately tolioinlng Ibis ttatidn, • few
more ACRE LOTS.
can be Igen at this ollice.
Also, Bonds and Mortgages bought
nolit Real Estate Anent.. 139 Fourth street.
A ttleee of land coutalttlng to SO acres of rich
hustst ground, eouresle,nt to the titles Is ose
arr,l fo r este on ressortuhle terms. The I m pr ove her, are .
ed. - At...outbuilding.. It is now used.• Market
rden, and Is In Olin order.
Fur further particulars. +APIS to f
B. S. BRYAN,
letl Mote, In atid kteal Zatate,
67 Fourth st.. (Burke's ktußditig.)
TEE TWO-STORY BRICK DWPT.T.nia,
No. 43 Monterey street. AllW:err. Contains
nine rooms, buldes Stashed attic, bath-room and
wtsh-bouse. For convenience of amusement,
and tatty Ind substantial finish. it Is probably un
excelled by any In the two cities of similar else.
The houat Is quite new, and has gas, sad hot and
cold water up and down_'
Apply for Lytton:nation to S. S. BRYAN.
Prokerin Mocks and Seal Estate,
_nos Fourth street. illurkets Building.
TOTS: LOTE—I can now offer
r_st Lots es low as ISM, well lotattd sad Ina pleas
Also, Lots located on the Pike from IMtXt to 1.000
On Liberty street, from ITO to 1,000
On Bellefontalne street, from...—. 500 to 900
On Herr. street, from 1.50 to 650
In Liberty Townshlp.edlololllo am. . to 550
Borough lots, from
Also In Pat Townsnip, Lots from... 15u to 650
The above lots will be sold ort terms to snit pur
chasers. •Iso, some very desirable Improved prop
erty, located In the Boroughs. enjo in i ng nship, Al
legheny City, Pittsburgh, ind atuntles.
For terms. apply at thetteal Estate and Insurance
non , S. BATES,
Butler street, Lawrenceville.
I)RUG STORE FOR
o.k Penn Street..in one of the best locations ,
In the CUT, having an established business of from
15 to IS) years standing. A d.od stocked Drugs on
hand and Store Rooms fitted up In good style. With
the above , rlll be told the lease of the whole band
lw, conta Wass, besides the Store (Morns, neven
ms tor dwelling purposes. and Two Blsement
Rooms. Apply to P. hiuLs.l.N
del,: No. PM. Fourth Street.
von SALE-12 acres,of Ground,
A. well Withered and.watered. on 13quirrel 11111, ten
Inlnutes'•ltalk teem ralitengerstation at bbady
Laos, Yourth Street ROW. Alto 6 acres at Home
cod Station; and several Farms well located in
e'eomoreland and Mimi heny "mettles., Alm Coal
Propertr.;Honeea and Lots In the city and stlbtabs.
For nr ; 9' t ' ' ''" " "e' Vfl ' .l.?l f Ahl WARD,
(Opposite Me Cathedral,)
erg No. 110 Grant street.
Kittanning Roiling XIII,
To an uceptable partner.;Apply to
W. 11. BRICKELL,
Cr MASTIN.. h BRICK CLL.& CO..
0. BOW ater street.
FOR - SALE,
A LARGE BRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
With all modern Improvements, In complete ordert
and eltnate on the Leans. ilailway.
Inquire at No. 119 7199 T STREET,
JOHN D. BAILEY,
Stock and Beal Estate Broker.
JOILN D. BAILEY,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKER
Haring taken ont a commission as Auctioned . , and
eePeted an engagement with the Pittsburgh Board
t Trade. wonting the use ottheir rooms, above the
Thltu ationol Uank, lam now prepared to sell at
rubik tion, Stocks. Bonne, Becuritles. Real
Eats,. Ac, , either at the thorn rooms or on the
Ilarticular attention paid. as heretofore to the
sale of Real Estate at private aalr.
roles ofiteal Estate In the conntrE attended.
pffice. 1 to fourth street. • n.
pun SALE-400 Acres or Coal
.st. Land. lying_ immediately upon the Ohio Elver,
20 Mlles below UMleptons, and 181 mils. above Cin
cinnati. On the above tract is a four soot vein of
Coal. which, for general purposes, isnot surpused.
It Is entirely different from the Southern Ohio Coal;
calamine at little sulphur. forges and cokes well,
and for making steam cannot be excelled. The lo
cation being 'about midway from Pomeroy and
Hanging Hock. must make It valuable for coaling
bome. There la • water front of tt . of • mile, with •
good landing stall stages of the riser. An entrance
has bees run in the hill about Mt test. track finish
ed to river, together with the necessary fixtures for
mining and delivering coal afloat. On said tract I,
first-class double Portable Circular Saw MIS to
gether with a Portabe Oast Hill, all In good nin
nies order, and plenty of the very best oak, ash
and poplar timber. Would sell one-half Interest If
desired, to &party with experience and capital for
working same, JOHN 1). BAILEY.
'Stock and Heal Estate Broker.
0019 _ No. 102 Fourth street. ,
11 E SIRABLE LOTS FOR COUP- 1
TRY ItEhI.DENCES —On account of the Lucien:l
eery of the weather on Tuesday last, the sale of
Mose de.trable Hulidlng Lets, from two to font
mres each, on•-the Perrysville Flank }toad, one
ile from Allekheny City. wee adjourned. The
lots are now °tiered at private sale.
Tame—one-half cash; balance In 2. D. 1 ands
years, with Interest. For plots of the property nod
further particulars, apply to
_ JOHN D. BAILEY.
des _No. la 2 Fourth street.
ELEVENTH AND MARKET STS.,
Psxsa.a. ian N..lEt I
.This new and elegant House 1• now open for the
reception of gnnetn. with nil the oppolatmcntn or.
CURLIS IT AVIS,
LA runway' HOUSE,
The subscribers hating leased this (*Torlts Hoofs
It has been NEYITTID AND TURN Inli IDitg,
utd I. now Jo:el:mg:IA 01
nt Mr3ll:gtt,t e lt,:f Pg.... how.
.111 tnalntainen tbe toturnots tn.itl i .
InelNio39 - • • - • wows* rA •
0. M. aszressesr. Vizor:or,
trier et lola sail federal &meth .
Near the Snipe=lon Itrhige,
wawa Au.seasbir Pa.
C. L . 11 :...... ........... mjtiCTOP •
Great Prtrn3t.te EroLt of Lbc Crseason. Tills men.
d,Lt EVStr I NG, Lkc. .:011, first appearance fa
I'ltt4burgt, of Eh , wan, of the American Stage. .
MILN. D. P. 1101 VERA,
the talentPcl yang irMilte.
M P. J. C. jlef."ol3.rii.
/or . perl,Manee, 13.1wera be.ilful play . of
PDF. LADY.'I LYONS.
To be fel:owed hy the - merlon farce or
Gram! Ar.•teoen rhrt.ttuas Ma!Dine—THY
THREE GUAtt ISSM KN. Don sheet now open.
Hran.l Performance ChM 6=3 , ight—The great
artr. si. Mrs. U. Bowers. and .1. C, McCollum,
and the eutire Compact ' , tit Wear.
L E'W. AND MAN AGEn. NV It. HENDERSON
Eu‘agtarrent of Ow great Fquestrlan Actriis
nun I:ATE FISHER,
And he:highly trilnea hor.le WONDER, wnu wlli
appenr on 3!OS DAT as
31X .11. 2. M t. ;
. o,,, tm‘. • 1t,..0n —SIAZEPPA
OIL W ORIlh, COM PAN IE 8.15 r o
CIoIX-afair, • qz>XLO3:: COMLaEfilli
SOHO OIL WORDS.
BIJFFUM MEW & CO„
MANTIVACTUREItIi OT TELL
CELEBRATED SPORN LUBRICATOR,
PETROLEUM LUBRICATING OILS.
Sperm. Lard and Whale Oils,
HILD LIGHT, OIL AND EMI Gina
Standard White Burning Oil;
No. 33 Market:Street,
BEND FOR A .6RCULAIL.
WARING & KING,
OMISSION IBP.CIIiNTS ROMS if
Petroleum and its Prodacts
4 DIIQUES.VE r,
WARINC, KINC & CO..
my17:1645 197 Walnut. St. Phil.
WHITE, BROS. I.:. CO., New York.
E. J. ROBERTS, Agent,
so.ri St. Cleft. Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Keep constantly on html
Cotton Factory Oil, Uare llantanM . 011,
Woolen 11111011. I Darellnirtne Oil,
Light CoCa Engine. Olt, l lare'llar till, No. 1,
Light Colld ricrea , :ot- Dark Cot till. NO 2.
'l - 0/ 00 LDLII DGE 013. REFTNENG
CI icona:39 , ..ca. - ma - sr.
OF PITTSBURGH. PENNA.
• JOHN WATT, President.
HENRY M. LONG, sad Tres.Vr.
WORKS EV TKIIPERALWEVILLIE.
OlDce, No. 2 Duquesne Way,
(Neu desperation. Bridge.) . -
KANITPACTIIItERS Or FUNS WHITE
EUREKA OIL WORKS,
EEREbd C R 0.7 r corL,
EUGEKA -( SPERM LUBRICATING OILS,
Crude, Refined and Lubricating Oils,
LARD, brElt3l, WHALE AND FISH OILS,
N 0.31 Market, St.; Pittsburgh, Pa.
O. O. - mccolar_m. AcLat.
Call and examine samples arid read certificates.
BUY THE BEST.
PETROLIA BLUE LEAD,
Manufactured only and for sale by
T. H. .1 EMI A CO.,
W1...0n,. o or W' 4...g_iat Tl,G,carls.as
N. W. Cor.3d and Market Sta.,
THE LIGHTNING LAMP.
GC. C. JONES D. CIII)vrOnD /NO. VOGYL.
JONES, CRAWFORD S. yogi, Agents.
THE MOST POWERFUL AND
TRULY BRIT:IAA NT COAL.' OIL 010 LIORT
Adopted by the U. S.Governnient.
Non eiploalve. Cheep and Beautiful. Give. a
brilliant light three-fold greeter' teen any other
lamp. Tills patent is adapted to all lama purl...es
and as the wick Is merely a conductor, never re,
quires any trimming. Sorters on this prlnclple at.'
Other, opposite rust Office, above rittock'a Lela
Depot. second door.
WY. WIGLISILAN D.A. a-DIM/BOA
EAGILE OIL WORKS,
WICHTMAN & ANDERSON.
Refiners and Dealers in
PETROL - ET:TAT.
OFFICE. 13 E COND STOWT_, COINE.II HAN COO S.
T. AND I.IIIQUILINE WAX. MTH tan
OIL AND COKB COMPANY,
mime' ns , SHIPPERS AND DEAL.
Etta., Whttleaale and Retail, I the
BEST FAMILY COAL,
Taut Ciotti v.a.cl. ElLft.cam.
OFFICE AND VAUD, CORN EE FOURTH AND
EITELEETd, Fittaborgli, Pa.
All order, for delivery iv the Ity, or shipment
W o ol, willooool prompt Wad lm ediate attetitim.
IL 'A. Stitt N ABE'•. uperlotenthdit.
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
IMPORTANT TO CONSUMERS.
HUMMEL & .RABER
vtte the attention of ths rolblic to their Sine stock
of COAL Jot received, Including the following va.
Lamp, 11 os.l, 2, S and Cheotnnt,.._
b i l i ol ' oll V et i gr ' I s intilt 3 4% n letle shtarti,4
LOWEST BAT Et, by e s]. mngie ton, car lo r at, boas
load or thousand tons.
All orders protoptry attended to.
Offices 104 Chestnut street, near the Depot,
OPAL I COAL COAMI I
DICKSON, STEM & CO.,
Having zeir.owid their Oftce to
'arc.. 131437 .T.Olizoca - t - 37 Mt:root.
(L „„ .1) cltl "lour XIII) I:MOON D 7,LO()E,
paredto ctr tr irs T l: 4 ' tweit,i b en 7
•t the lowest Margot pe,
//kr Al. orders lett et t botr oglee, or addre-esed to
the y7.5:1:43 m through the =U , will be attended to promptly • •
CHARLES H. ARMSTRONG,
Youghiogheny and Oonnellanlle Ooal
- And Mann! actorers of
Coal, Slack, and Denalplintized Coke,
Corner of Butler an I Horton: drat yard on Liberty
and Clymer streets. Ninth ward, and on Bocona
street, near Lock No. Pitraborgh„ Pa.
Yamllies and tdanufxturen sLyplled with the
best article of Coal or Coke at.tbe lowest Cash rotes.
Orders lett at any of the yards will receive prompt
BUSINESS MAN'S •
COMMERCIAL COLLEGEP 11
Nos, ft and 8 bt. ClairStreoh
HIP X PtsDeto al Cbsrt... •
Book-Keeping, reL.manlhip and ArichnlatlZ,
time unllmlteti ......... ................ •i'•••40 00
Arithmetic and renican.hin Fier qu.rt..lof
three month.... ... . ... . ... ......... ...
PDXIXXIIIIXIP. per . .." h
Tor Clreularo or epee imeue . addresa
J. F. McCLAISIONDS.
r °CIS BERGE St. CO.,,Maniflac.
.1- 4 toren of URA!: DANDS
Waeroom. IJLEEKkat BTREET. Second
Block %ant tram Broadway. NEVI roisK.
The Pianos manufactured by Vida Arm are radon
ed Igrartiather tle p country fo r their
y >tattle tonal al.
Kr their dulkailly and excellent workmthshio
Seven Octave Rosewood 1 nous, with our Grand
Trench Repeating Action, carved legs, scroll desk
wr itten guarantee for Ore years,
for SiCIO n lyr
and IPS% n019 , 311k,
WALL *APEII—Of all grades,
for Parlors, Halls, Inning Hoompind %Itch.
eqs, In glut isnety, st N 0.107 Marker street.