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the be a silt of .inleritaii .Pall Mail fie- . American - Citlienahlp Abroad-Alin !Few
40e. .. ' The fatter joilia ai,,anwittriced l'il ,s it* S - ''. 'Treat's" with North Germany#
.. before ouriieaders the important
I prospecths - that it waati'paper " for gentle- Wesley'
men by gentlemen.",
' \ , treaty recently concluded, at Berlin . , by our
ter, 111. Bancroft- - with the .King of
—New York City has three thoOsand ser- 1 Mi nis
Distressing Prussia in the name of the North German
vent girls out of employment. Confederation. The treaty has ben trans-,
as this fact is, it may have the good effect
milted to the Senate hy President ifoliiisoni
of making situations so desirable that ser-
kiiti wlll 14 '‘iiibiiitcita iefvaiiti, although and awaitsour.ratification -W-pi47,:ct-te*t
they. are in Amend 1- ' as Mows :,
e Pres . ident of the
. United Statei_ to His
majesty, King of Prussia, in the name of
conviction, as lie has hopes of being elected the North German Confederation, led by a
to fill Ben. Wade's I; Senatorial- chair -in wish to regulate the citizenship of thoseper.
case that gentleman 'should go up Ingher.
Confederation whoemlgr4 to te tte °l3l S g t.:t rin es . 111j oi ,
Val. would probably . share the fate of ',America,
and from the United States of I
Thomas, of Maryland, if he got the election. America to the terfitery of the North Ger
--Barnum, after all his loSses by fire, and inert Confederation, have resolved to treat
they have been veiy heavy—one museum'in on this subjectiand have for this purpose
Philadelphia, two in New york andp his
- el _ appointed plenipotentiaries to conclude •a•
convention; that is to say the President .of
ace. Iranistan,•all gone-;-has, half .a 'million
- the United States t of America, eorge Ban
-------------- of money still left, and he is going to .invest croft, Envoy ,Extraordinary, a d Illinister
EPECIMM IS • it in some moreffed monkeys and grizzly
stu PlenipOtentieryfrorn the said rates, near
King of Prussia and the No , German
uscheel,,lias got as far as ' Detroit.
~, • • Cotifedertition . " find Els Mejesty ' 'the King
ners- the Little Aetna/ , Tis • Bernhard, ' sr. ,-;_/- '',.,,.
.."-- -i t s • i n N evi , —.lwo penny Pa.,---- - , of .. russia, n.ce .crivy . "...aim
-Kate Fisher is Frenc pying
- and the Litlte Press, are the most widely cir- senor of the Legation, who-have agreed to
York culateil of any in Rustia. The former has a and signed the tollowing articles: • -
.---':Orpheus C. Kerr has abandoned lour- , . • 200,000 • t h Awriccr. 1. Citizens of ' the North Ger
regular circulation of copies, e Confederationh h become natio
midis e , • , , • 6 nip . w o ave
--- - latter has 200, 00 regular buyers. They sell
----Carlisle is readyand willing talk incur K opeks , aimed citizens of the Unie_States of Amer
bleb •aboutequal to ' • ' a hail haveresided Atm tal •
. . for 8 n apiece, w is lca an e nt,errup e 3,
posted as a City. , ~. •
within the United States five years, shall, be i
one t. • ,
'ksthat he nether smokes
=Louis Blanc sa i • . ni t \
_ - —Mark Twain, the jo es , funniest,
nor smuggles tobacco. • • . be American citizens, and shall be treated
wittiest of Americans, the only worthy „ such;
--I:hree women editors run as manyreciprocally. citizen of the United
successor to e Immo cen x,Stateso whobecome
.the • rtal Ph 1 the f America,naturalized
politiad papers in lowa. man who has made more men laugh who citizens of the North German Confedera-
Janauscheck is to play agr.in in Philadel- ; tion, and shall have resided uninterruptedly
striow when not to laugh•than any other
plait, beginning April Ist. --- • with North Germany five years, shall be
• now living, is gone from -among us. He was a held by the United States to lie North Ger-
Bristol In •lna, - has a female engineer
'' Ill ' , - passseneer on the last steamer for California. man citizens , and shall be treated as such.
who attends to a saw milt. - • ° troubled • h The declaration of an intention to become a
I .—Malwaukee has been with a
• - -;-Gobblediek is the euphonious name of,a . citizen of one or the other country has not-
New Orleans newspaper men. • , . for either partjethe effect of naturalization.
One family had their house moved fifty feet alcr• e• A naturalized citizen of one par
--New York's new Jewish synanteme •-• , -
,• . .
' ' * and can't get it back again into place. The ty, on his return to the territory of the other
cost one million of dollars. canal was damaged - to the extent of five 1 Party, remains liable to trial and punish
•'--The Hartford joiirnalists have a club d .' ' went for an action punishable by the laws of 1
. thousand dollars, and other thousan s were 1 . . . , .
-9, „ hich gives very pleasant sociables. - , his original countr3,. arl committed before
lost in other ways.
General Grant's favoiite costume • • 1 his emigration, his s ing always the
_ —Newspaper strictures have their effect, ion established y rile o his original
. i' • d b 'lawsf I' • • 1
is black velvet with amethist jewelry.
" and Jefferson Brick can force even lir. country. . ;
--George Augustus Sala is defending Miss Any. S. The convention for, the mutual
Die his • and distributehis kens to open purse s
- Braddon's sensationalism. Poor Brad. deliveryof criminals fu"itiyes from jutstice
gold. Mr. Dickens has sent five thousand •
--Mame had as old woman who was so in certain cases, as concluded between e
dollars to his sister-in-law, in Chicago, who United States on the one part, and Prussia
deaf that she never heard of the late war.
• --recommended hischarity-li the - and the other States of Germany on_the ,
was to y
--Bonner's new buildings of mar- 4 . ' other part, on the 16th day of June, 1852,19 t
P of this country.
ble and is supposed to be entirely fire-pnoof. 1 States of the I
—Brigham - Young wants badly to be hereby extended
, e lidee„itit?edalltioll! 1
- -z - -• —Newark has Monnons. Newark has I /
also the Northern Monthly and the steam .
Governor of the State of Utah. '''Congress Aler. s. If a German naturalized in Amer- ,
sn uld 1 -asideallof views and 3 ice renews his residence in .'N'ohli Germany 1
o a 3 narrowness
-'• - - admit the saints at once," says this abomin- without intent to returnto Anienea, he shall
—The New York Boulevards will be in i
; able old patriarch, who begins to fear that be held to have renounced his n aturalization
existence in three years; at least so it is I . . "be for _ 'n rho United states_; . reciprocally, d an .l .,
his question may yet come up beiore Con- I Amencan, natiuulized in North toernuin), ,
- said - 1
. • N
. g rass and he decided against him. ,_ returns to his residence in the United States 3 - _.,
---Prince Poniatowski, has written an
1 , —Among other curiosities in New York without intent to return to North Germany,
_Tom A. STRAI,
opera which. is shortly to be brought out in i ~..k e , he shall be held to have renounced _
i his_natu- t I c-P I j oux,EitiewAN,
1 City there are five thousand lklormons. -
Paris- ----. I - - .... . _ , I ralization to 'North Gemany...Tl e intent
, idea for Barnum lies women nere. isuppo_e 1
not to return may be held to exist w in
—Highway robberies in the City of. Mex
' he were to make a collection of members 'of ' person naturalized in one country resides
ico take place in the Principal streets in the ; •
• 1 all the nations of a
open day .
' -1 , liefs represented in New York, and have I . on shall , n) 1
ART. 5. The plesent conventi _ 4 ~,
In the great Prussian iron rhea- . • into effect Immediately upon the ec lung
""foundry them in cages, each performing his or her ' - of ratification. and shall continue in tort e I
ing constructed a ha , mar-with a d I . , -:.
Id ' •makeSensatio n ''' ;tenlf -•t1 ( hall have given to 1 '
specialty, soun t it a . y ea rs. ne i ler s
weighing 120 tons, -- 1
I -- - Itiessrs. D. Appleton & Co• have sent 3 the. Zither six months' notice of its intention ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
, Vinnie Ream is devoting her leisure 1 I i
then to terminate the. same, it shall further
- . us a very excellent engrwc - ing of the hero ofl No, s 7 Fifth .treet.
liciurs Qs the pursuit of yotmg Mr. Mills, son ; remain In force until the end . of twelve months ,
I. the - inter, Mr Charles Dickens. With fell I
-or Clark of that ilk.- - '
- 1 beard and moustache, and with his head I have , given notice to the other oi suchinten- 1 edllsoAld.
—A wild woman or. the woods, covered , , . hishand the portrait is a stink- lien-.
of bhtdr - rillung on
'until a wild
a ' -isitle- in ;oife, and'woind 146 k -well hung up-in la HANT I"
11 be I wrERC TAILORS.
RT. 6. The present convention Shall ,
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latest T e xan t a stcriety: .t . ;
. . ! library where any one of the fine editions I pl.licAliDLE,
,the eastern part of • .
Plumbago found in advice and con of the' Senate of the
'-• - I , of the volrunrnolis an garrulous_ oz s ride States, an j s_aes 1 ; the King ~ .
dB ha il . •dS db-Hi 11j t• - II 'NT Fr sai,ort
- , ORT ONVIL Sate is said to lie superior to ,y • of Prussia, in the name of the North Ger- .. - n - x-mc- -' - 4 ,
. - ' i founder place. ..
any other for lead pencils: - , $, — 1
i• ma.nConfedgration, and the ratification shall
Can gime way not be discovered to dis
-A female, a Mrs". Darragh, has been-ep- ' 3 ..MITIIFIF.E.D raltEvl'. PITTSSVCR,GII.
,be exchanged at Berlin within si_x mon th s o N ''. ,
ti auisli bet Ween the various Thom who
't d_ inspector -of • tob*co snuff and I II- prominent ,-; • 1 from the date hereof.
po in-e ' i are now ? John Smith can spell 1• ,In faith whereof, the • Plenipotentiaries ni cps constantly on hand a tine assortment of
- cigars in the, fourth Indiana district. + his name Sthigth.• But Thomas is, worse. t:have signed and sealed this convention at 11 .
--Gottschalk, a star,, dimmed „by long , G ra i, 1 Berlin, the 2311 of 'February, 1808. -
IWe `might calle grea one title 1 ~
_, , ,„ - CIIrIRS CASSIMERES & VESTING%
absence from the umn ate firmament, is at , Thomas,, -"ea'
.1 . (*count BANCROFT. I
and the'little one, on account of his
Buenos Ayres- so' too is the cholera -- i ~ . . [heal.] • ER:SHARD CENIO. . ,
gh be C-led. D dim k
" ' 1 doubtful position, ma t s . ), y us, .....--- '-'s Al o, WENT'S FURNISIfING GOOD. GENT'S
—Mark Twain during his absence in (-corm S. 0 JiADE TO ORDER, the taitst atYle.
,and the - would-be Senator from Maryland
• il j ornia, which will 'only be until June, will ;
could ge as Tommy iiilieu of .abetter cog
' correspond with theUhicago Repubifean. 1 nomen. But if we get a few more what
' —The one handfed - Caned. n Zouaves ' 1
should we call them?
'who rallied to the support of the Pope, , _
( Hon. Thomas Williams is - not the lees
have - succeeded in Jollying as far as Rome. ' brilliant or, learned of the Impeachment
—Dr. Bissell, the recently elected susses- 1 Managers,.
His manners are probably even
' sot to the late Bishop Hopkins, of Vermont, 1
than,these f thek •
more elegant ose o knowing
-• f T ' '
, nes pastor of, nutty Church, Geneva, 1• k liresembles
• „ - , gentleman_ .who ton s e a-Lan ,
, 1 tashire farmer, nor is his face disagreeableto
—Ex-Governor-Eyre,of Jamaica fame or I
look upon, and yet an illustrated weekly; in
infamy, as the Ise'' maybe, is to be arre s ted
presenting to its readers a picture contain
, .in London for the murder of Rev. George ing portraits of the Impeach lent managers,
Wm. Gordon. , iback
1 sees fit to show only the the mem
' —Oniaha is the preserit depot for the re ; ber from AllePeny. An insult wa.s, in. all
ceipt of large quar..nnes of iron and other ,
- \ materials , for the summer wo on the obabilit never intended, but the fact is
scarcely less noticeable on that account.
Pacific Tail " _.-- • .'' —A man in Cincinnati, hearing a noise in
—The Delleenitic ,papers are all azaleas ,
his oack yard on Thursday night, went •out
that Therldeui Stevens should 'die. The I
1 with a club. He thought he saw a man ly
T r _„n rid IS asi,)e-9anY so ' as /i has 'his obituary lin b hischickencoop and he hit at him.
• g y
aareadY written- 3 ' - -3 ' '' IHe wasimmediefily knocked down and well
—Henry. Clay Dean wanted to conic to i licked _ in tho•fooe • h
3 a huge black bear,
the Albany' (103Te3Ateni but he a Ivas tale-.• who hogged him ,and wa r s proceeding to
graphed to stay ii ay ai Seymour's speech' I, harsher measures when an excited chicken
was all they‘could stand. -;' , .. I attracted his attention long-enough to allow
• - T he ' isi.e 'r, York 81111 says, that with al l the man to escape. Returning, howevef; to
' little more Practide l , al -- a ieader,r s i
Clinl l c t' the attack, reinforced and armed with suita
, Dickens `.;sill . nlak ; tile:
‘tearliblinu ` sl I , ble weapons, the man succeeded in driving
worst one that was ever know n.'. l i ; bruin from his.yard and capturing him.
-Lord 'Jo hn Ra' t el l ha t he g randfather ed. =Forty Years ;ago, in Kentucky,. two
• twins He likes it - i3oW 'thee tivinS , Stand ' ':- , •
• •, • 1,, ,i r young peop eeach.
it is as yet c.roftemd ,and awful mystery .
, eternally, :tit,. things on, this earth go. The:
on this side of theibroral Atlantic, , , , , eitnff man -was thirty years of age; the
—Mi. Vickeii, thereoetaly elected Senator , " ohil'i woman ;nuns tw e nty. marriage Susie:
from Maryland, had one son i the I: n
- 14 • ni° icon templated, but an adverse fate kept them
a' the:rebel iiimY One leg
army an onoin:••
~,, .1 asuinler.„ This gimp fell ; Goddess ' seems to
on one side of the' fence, and one
• (41:1 • me I have 'petaled them through life 'with an
other. - _,-• , ' . ' flinching perseyerance; for thou : o,44[r , -,
--Blondeiiindltinneil lueve eath had their' - . a) ,. 6 0 0 , .*: 'steadfast ' " they . were
day and now PA;is isigoing tf),tnia' 0-tn.s, a, g. ne ver untied; until lath. q veek: - ' l irgrilia
• little by forcing lachea l towoir illnet h
__3lT art of seienty ledliii laride 'of three; f ourth to the
light on the ganiclliead. 'Black plaits and a lt a r fi g happily - linot,:as gaily, sttbe3v,otild;
i ' blond Cuila arenOWAlie.iiige. /f -' - lave•dbite - if Iliele li'Vew had, rtr._toget lit ber
..-;.-The IllinoiaCentrai Mimed, *lshii:is, se° . Ye . = ;
to approach the Ditlauque bridge, A going to.
do so,• through %tunnel -nine hundred feet'
long through the solid rock. -The tunnel. is/
being-001196_ constructed • , ~
-- grand raid .on the till'', , )494 8 C, 0 4 rt , „ L47
sago was made on- Thursday.: eirenuigt- an
-'nearly one bundredpersons engagedin fight.'
• ing the tiger, a 9 well 4 aS :... til l
_ l.l 4,49A lti lh el A 1,
. - * were taken in cluargeby..Pe Wang- ...MI ,r 4, I
—"Hairline is becoming notorions . for. Met.
• 'frequency and the fefir4l nature; of the!
4. tragedies 'itch occur the - Cubans
bot-blooded people t and Nei:RAO lIP‘or*FM - .1
-•- ' ;liar Corsican disposition for orenengeroa
The a lioidon'questiori is Once more lig:
r- - • - t ,---
itating - the British` 'House of Conimons. . ]
' Thii time it is the death penalty 'which is to
lie ibolished. ,An excellent initiatory step
*---''' Would be the aboldiOn of murders and mur.
- • -
ernomit Um new
-- , --- tateninz per': =is to be a quarto, and la
A LOCK OtrCIZAIAAIR.'=,'-.-
k p, 1,.: , -;..
'T'An earthly rege„left VI; of one "I
Of - *hem all other mortal trace lite gOnet. ..;::: 7 ; , '.1,...
Something Ftill held of the dear form she bore. :
Looking as it may oft hare looked of ),•ore.
Ere she bad trodden on the unknown shore.
Yet riot the same—there Is a mist of tears.
of tender memories of 'bygone years:, • • i :
A sense of grief and 'Q.'s. neath which we bow,
That hangs around that sacred relic now. i •
tnthonglit or when it lay upon her brow.
Ah 1 heautifutitlis„,,though earthly:' the was fair
' "As even for ofeartles-gifted dangliters Met" ' " , ft'irt . ; ,..-
And ves.the tuoldl2.er form was fashioned in
Was but the:spirit - 5 true interpreting.
She a-N.11;15"s daughter, "gloTlous within:" •
There beerrlS to fill upon this ;tress of .gray„ •
r •Light; lat front another, purer day,
A day to which the mounted through the tright
-• : Of:earthly trialt us-the locks grew white.
The soul was . strettiting forward to the light.;
. is ,
And now the hill is 'climbed, the has is car; - •
- 'The shades of death, through whica we canuotpetr,
k , ' Encircle us.' not her—ours hi the tiro gloom.
The darkness. and the mystery of.the tomb,
Through which the "spectres that atitight us teem.
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• Here is U.' gloriousllestarietion Lite::: 't+:: .. .• .
Battihrg with death, triumphant Ihrthe Strife..
We mourn her loss, weep for her 'vacant place,
` • ' And love her every footstep to retrade,race:
While she rests nuldlf. having won the
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0 MR.; Pr.smobVs Gtrri...,The. trustees of
Mr:Peabodyts• first gift of ,1.00,000 to'the' ,
lxior of LondOmpierxdtterthe'ett*lB¢Ttluit '
theigift hag been fully: emplOyed; Pat ' thti,.;
'lsattititrromtdition -of-the houses tuttlClS,ek.,
"cettett;<that the biatlis-isi theta are much
lbelovr,the•'iverageo.lttilfir dim to ordinary
limittesLtliatloOdmieer,fhealth and general ,
;ccitOutreetttpreviii:amotig the tenants; tiult
the Children 'arerelearria happy and lima
Ilidieficfalt dnfluerree . Is:. exerted over' the'
working eliiiii. - .l::Next year the second gift 1
f or - F-00,t00 *ilthe qpikd. , Tlieittbintliition`
'firtfierlf?ifses Medea , =) hy:". air.;,,,Peabodi ie
1i0g.p.. , ... - 1• F. }Nat . -ii7ii;,t .,. " 11 -''
,••..t.r , ft- " '.,: r. W., Mr: 1 1 " 1 —l ' '
Alutßatiolora.sl4lo4 ,, aniioFiletbi's
sstssageocOun theAtYffiftWd.Til ' i r VOY' '
liellearine RattraillVAMMe e l:. ." ' •" ' t.
The city,i , Atllool . 44vatOng 5 teeirtiLatt h
further obligation, thus taxes the initial stepf
for rectaarnencing •the construction of this
road, so important to the future trade of
Baltiniore, and it-lif incumbent on the other_
partiesimerested promptly to consummate
all`other necessary measures and push the
work t, completion in;as little time as pos-
SECURITY AND COMFORT FOR
, THE TRAVELING COMMUNITY.
J. BIM SAFETY FIRE JACKET;
Car Heater and 31oderater,
For SMOKE AND HOT AIR' FLUES, dispensing
with the ose .of Mores and Fires in or about the-.
Passenger or Baggage Cars. with the attachmenrto
graduato Um 'mat to any temperature that may be
desired without the
of firing the car
earn to whVeh the Jacket may be attached.
Having obtained - of the United States Letters Pat
exit for abafety Jacket which is warranted .to resist
the most Intense heat that inky he adplted to It in
• the position and purpose for which it 'is. intended.,.
It Is a sure protection foom'aceideutsty fire: otjgis'.
nating from defective duce: or .where iron PiPea are'.
used as conductors for molt or heat. It Is appli
plicable to all piping that in r become overheated,
i and Is warranted to give por ect - iiatinfaetlonwhem
I wood or other -combustible material may bo placed
I In close proximity thereto. Mtn now ready to, ars7
ply .my -invention to , stotes4..; dwelliiip, 'factories. i
ships. , steamboats, rally ad ',cars, ke.,:,wheraverl
pipes as conductors are •raadd' zdamte runs by being
. overheated and- - security i lagd. I will sell, on aps
.plicat ion. rights to mane tore or to use the above
• invention: also. territott - rights, to such as may
wish to engage in willing rtspogcs, either by State,
..I.: a.. in., stAisuls• I .
• l iarCfrffice at- the "HIt•IMILDS' ,171;LItiki,PAINT
:WORKS." corner ontorrik street and the „Alleghe
ny Valley Railroad, Ninth - Ward4 Pittsburgh, Pa. I
FALL :BAIIZLY MALT
Received gxid for Attie by
McBALLiE & ANJE,II,
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bo open on; the lid day, oy, reh. stt., r r-:ttie re»
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W. `Mr. .11.7011:00.11450/,i. -,
hfirentacturer or CORN REAL,
vßirg In FLOUR and
CROPPED. FEED. Orders dett crept ei th er .. ,e_tl.
free of charge. Ondn of all lilacs euoprgy -a,
1- Cora shelled' Maori. notice. . ~, • ,
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71.0 JUSTICE OF TIIE PEXCE -- AMD
0.73 PENNA. AVENGE, PITTSBURGH, PA.
[ nowt , : MOrtgages, Acknosfitettiment&
.us and all Legal Butdnesi executeda. with
st and illspittch. . • myll
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MER I GMA-10, &:-MITTERFI), 314 D,
A ORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
An - Sohoitortin Bankruptch
, , t -p r i T swaniali, PA.
orphan, os oll4csr Is:limit, -
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Opposite the Csilicdroll
' • Jtistice of the Peace. 1 ,
CONVE ANCER, REAL. ESTATE & INSURANCE AGT. :
• c 02; STREET, EAST•BIR.IiiENGIIIA3i. ,
'Collection. of Iterits solicited and promptly attend
tiAm nt. ismtktu,. -
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, CONVEYANCER;
Office, CARSO% ST-RIET;--ucaily opposite the
Railway bitpc;f, SORTIC I'ITT€ I IIUROR. •
Business- entrusted - to are prole:pity attend=
ell t 0.... •.•
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DANIEL ItICIIEA4 M. 111.,
OFFICE ;AND RESIDENCE:
No. 50 Grant St.. near I3ligh."l l
t. j . S. FERGUSON,
No. Bt► Fifth etreet,
SECOND FLOOR. FRON'T 'ROOM
W A. LEWIS,•
No. MI Diamond
mbs:uß • PITTSBInGII, PA
JOILIT w RIDDELL,
AT TO RN Ey-AT-LAW.------
- Offico,'No. 136 Fourth street.,
C. MA9iRELL, r.
1J ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Al LAW,
No. OD Grant street.
EX-OFFICIO JUSTICE OE - THE PEACE ASO
Office. itl2 FIFTH STREET, cpposite the Catbe7.
drat- Pitt.burgh, Pa. Deeds. Bonds,. Mortgages,
Acknowledgments, Peposltlons angl all Legal Bust-
LlebS ex isoited. with prouiptn. ,, s timid dispatch..
OW READY. . .
Ir for the Spring Season,
IVlth a iasfe andcompleteWok of
ROTS', YOUTtiIr.AND CIIII4DRE.N . S.'
tbe new andi , "Aaiug styles, to be toned as
I ,No. 47 ST. CLAIR STREET.
'GHAT It 'LOGAN.
MERCHANT TAILORS. s, . •
• ..70NV. 1 3 Sc purr',
RT ,fir: LAIlf t4TIMET, are
m th e Emit afu mipply of SPILINd and StEd-
which they are prepared% to ant and
JNO. IFICANCLES.• ... ..
JJ Si. - S. FRANCIES, •!.:•„ .;.
CARPE.NTESCS AND B .
Contracts taken for. Puildings, Stoi Fronts :And
Jobbing. l'artleular attention gitpn to,licaVY
lf raining . for Foundries and Shops of at descriptions.
• 'Nos. 1166' and mos. ,ixout.NboN tfitF.ET, 'Alit -
gluing CUP, , , sul7m44:
rz:' EL: vivuttEn;• ,
za.• • , • ~L o:
Mouse Enlid& - and.Csiventer,
otaimi- coral.. of RARK.ER'§• ALLEY ina DU
QUESZtE . • (-.!.• .••• ••
Jobbing and Repairing done, vit,b,•neptmess
AVILLIAIII .1. DICK,
4 ' T
I,AnA, • A.Vr e ). • . Vp9k.ite.
: ?3 k o n titgi7 l e
.cirder " / " I P *-tii 143 "•1P' ' ' % CS -a :i!A t e e ol:mlgi'
11,/# 7 4 1 • 1 W
to by . 1} ot 4 t E t iiGUSOX -
3 ,44. , 106'i1ptint Street.
OpOosite cathedralo PITTSBURGH, 'PA.
• - GLASS OAltDs ihoi to order.
Fr it. ::n......... .n. a. ntrntne!kt
NOOSE, SIGN AI ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS,
• • GUAINE,p 3 AND GLAZIEEDi,
No. SS Pelsl46:iivenue, Pitts WI Pitt WI It.
AU mulct , " by rod Dromntlp attaided to.
E . ' KEEP' ON ii!.a.r4)-
. and talk Oto Order all kl , nde of .. -'. • -
Sprlng axon WAGONS, 1..A.5W... -
i• • -, DBA IWEIELBARIMINri , _
UCIES4 LOCUST RUSS,
And TURSCD SPOKFIL
I . - --: _l w . HAY TIAKESand I* OCR'S,
At.DUQUESNE A L OON :WORKS, near the Peal
tentlary, Allegheny City.
-.leS:uSe / OILMAN.' rOßT_____L_____ESTElL kCO ;
TVELTI.IIi436-Leather :and. Gum
Belting; also, Gum Hese, Steam Packing, Gas.
Re., of the bekt quality and at luwegt prices,
and warranted to' , gira - satisfaction: also, Lace
Leather, Meets; awe? a on hand and for sale,
wholeasle and retell: DY' • '
2-• ' 1.1. 11L. PRILLIPS,
feby • " itrtd. *B St. Clair street.'
• Itßiga GESTATE ,ADEN.
171' 0 - !;71114.1T •
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No. OS Grant Street, Pittsburgh.,
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AND .PERSONAL PROPERTY
GIVEPicOME.T .11TENTIO 1 '
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Negotiation of Loans, Attend - the
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iterating of Property , Coftectlonj
Of Cfafms, de,. dpe. .. • ,
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OBY. O. BAILEY & HBO., ,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
Asia ArciriOszino, -- • -
prepared to sell at 'Auction STOCKS, 'BONDS,
and all kinds of SECURITIES', REAL-ESTATE,
••HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE... &c., tither on the
premises or at the 'Ward of Trade Rooms. • • "
Particular attention paid, as heretofore,. to the
sale of Real Estate at private sale.
• Sales of Real Estate - lathe country attended.
Office. No. 06 SMITHFIELD STREET.
CHEAR FAWNS FOR SALE•
hace,now for sale several of the t3nest FARMS In
Westmoreland and Indiana counties, on remarka
bly easy terms. so easy that any one desirous of buy
lug-can purchase ort.lline altogether. Call . and ex
amine fur gbnrsgSf
FOR SALE--REAL ESTATE.
won . SALE A. TO LET.=i-Mouses
and Lots for sale in all parts of the eityland su
burbs. Also. several FARMS n good locations.
Also, a Pmall 'WOOLEN FACtORY. with 20 seas
of land, and good improvements, which I will *ell
cheap and on reasonable terms. Business Houses
• - - ~ ts. Private Dwelling Rouses for
For further particulars Inquire
tt Street.; opposite Cathedral..
'OBITS FOIL SALE;'
Ling 15,000 bushels daily, in
...mg ...._ 2s, store house. Eats, 'wagons,
mules, and all thenecessary fixtures for a,large bu
sinessand immediate operation. There are .433
acres of Coal. _ This is one o 1 the most valuable
works on the Monongahela river. Will be sold low
and on good terms.. Apply to
W. A. HERRON.• -
• Real Estate Office, 89 Grant street,
set 7. opposite the Court House.
SITUATE IN MOUNT WASHINGTON,
Within 25 minutes' walk of the Monongahela
bridge. 'The house contains ace rooms, kttehen,
cellar and vault. , Lot 100 feet front by 5500 feet
deep, fronting on three streets:oon - thelot are 400
full bearing grape vines of , five diffeient varieties.
with all kinds of shrubbery, such as gooseberries
blackberrieti, strawberries and currants; also, peach;
pear, apple, quince and cherry trees. Willbe sold
cheap. inquire of
2,00. QOO ttCUESOF
CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE,
'Union Pacific Railroad CO» any;
•' EASTERICDTVIS'ION. -- 1 '
Lying along tkeofth(Jr road, ;a
$1,6 0 TO %&,00 PER ACRE,
And on a 'CREDIT OF FIVE. TEAMS.
For further partieulais, maps, &c.. addre.,s
• ~ ,. ..4011.1% - P. DEVEREUN,
Land commissioner, Topeka, kansas.
Or pIIAS. 13.*ANOO8S,.See'y , .;
,s* . ;tonip, Missouri.
SAM 'TR A4' CLES.
G. M. PETTY.
N 0.130 Omithtield street
KTEEL d ITTLSO34,
Brokers and Itcal Estate Ag,tnts,
snit • .
ARE CHANcE FOR BUSMMS.
ONE It THE BEST SIMS IN JINNI
.onice, 356'. Penn ..Street, Pittsburgh,
Thu besttertilizer. inuic..and.recbgnlzed by
.Farniers who have giveis it ii. trial, to tie the EU.
aril for raising large of Wheat, Rye, V '
.. • A 1 Corn,-Pots.toes„ise....We nave published tor r q
itous circulation a pamphlet - containing Rite •
. . .. arid valuable statementivf this Fertilizer, cop
.he't Wish to contract my business and devote my which Will be' sent freelo any sending usthef
entire time to selllog rowiwit, 1 - offer - My entire d re ss. , i ..
stock. consisting of a large and well' assorted stock of ~,.........---.- '. " '
Groceries; lamps, Table Gino*"are, '
-CHANDELIERS AND . FIXTURES.
!Tense eonsf.sis of the two Sntycommodloto and
well arratiged..Stores,. • “ -
EDD.'I72, 174 FEDERAL STP.EET,
Comiecteul - by Opening's-1h first and second storloa:
and eau be, used either separate or together: side
.10oe no alle,y, and stabling on hack..ena. of lot
four-borses and three wagams...Roisting , tihPa
each - story,. Stores..2o .rect front and 90 fleet
Aleep;Arst etorc . l* feet high.
• Sleek of goods now 110.000. Rent ;moderate.
Terms accommodating, with approved security.
oNxitTcrEport THE EUROPE..
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
artfcl 40* I:4lbert9
' opposite Union Depot, PITTSIIIIRDit
JAMES K. •LANAHAN,
Shia house is newly built and splendidly. fn raselk7,
ed. and conrenient,t visiting h Rallroads.coming into.
the city. 'Strangers the city will lind this
.rory convenient anti economical plan. Noirseattre
your room, hnfl_pay:ier your meals as you get them.
The Restaurant-connected with this hotel is open dst
'all 'hours or the dity and night. Balls and parties
supplied with Suppers at the shortest notice and
,reasonable rates.• . . selB:g
ST. LAWRENCE HOTEL, • • •
(O'N TILE EUROPEAN PLAN,)
N. E. Corner Penn and Canal Streets
JAMES JOHNSON, Proprietor
This house has been thoroughly refitted and newt
ly fumbled throUghout, and Is now open tolhe
PITT LUMBER COMP *NT
; Capital, $125,000.
il E u v r i z u =s lc : - DN
T i A T:-
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EdwardDigvison, , T... IN DUACIIII.
John Melton, . - E. D. Dlthrldge,
Geo. W. Dithrldge,. - M. 1... Malotle,
W. It. Jauston.
L B R TAT:I Ca.-rney at BUTLER AND AL
LEGHENY STREETS, Ninth Ward.
OFFICE AT FORT prrr GLASS WORES,lYash
!Aston Street. . jaZglos
CRA.CIEKTI, - BAICERIES.
ARE BAKED IN A PATENT OVEN
The Only one In Western PerarsaylVail
Atitiyer a LIGHTER, SWEETER and more:U
VORNIDY BAKED CRACKER, (consequently xn,
; 700301.01i0nie Man •ean. posalbly be produced
any other 'kind or an Oven. - I vie -the best FP.,
•an 4 wiil warrant. My gohda cuperlor to any otl?
qaptteity of this .establtshment over 100 BC ,
I'l.R DAT. - Itts the
• Largest Bakery ever in Pittsbnrg
None genuine Unless 3L1.11V1'.& Is on'the
'every package. ••• -.. • - :
- !.f ;. .91 Llberts.Street, Pittsburgh •
S T AISLISIIED EVIS4O; . •-,,
Steam Cracker and Moult Factq
Maiinfacturer d dcaltr in all kinds of
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co'NVEcTic•N=t 3 r*:
-FOREIGN' AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
‘ 4:541 "
f<; l it
No. 20 Fifth §treet. I
O 4 rIE FINEST, TEAS,
TFLE,CHOICEST GROCERIE,! ;`,41
THE PUREST SPIC
..4Md the best CASED FRZIT - 3, ricsiEl4,
at the most reasonable prices, go to ;.
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TRANCE'S TEA MART -'‘
15 Diamond, PittOmilkik
sub 9: amosi
NEW ORLEAIIIB • .
SUCAR AND MOLASSESfi
IN STORE AND TO AltFil~ E.
550 Or Sugar, priniero eholcet
500 bbts. Plantation Molasses. prilne 4o chow,
3.2.0 . 4. prinie : Carollna Mee;
500 " eltra Salt,
With a large and general assortment of ,nll kind
GROCERIES and. other goods in our line, for e
low to 21,0404 „
. notrsr. tios4 ,
Corner Sualthfleldruid 'Wale Streell
TO WHEAT- GROW-V a S• ,
SUER-PHOSPHATE , OFMI
The "Allegheny Fertilizer C.
SE IVA RD ,10 C443l'l9itLiql
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- - At Sii4lol - Market !Wee, *-
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LIVERY' AND ShLE STAHL!
J. WARD NiaROAON, Pr
- • • I,OITOSITE 3tEIiCHANTSI
nom.% OcittirA.GT.K4c:i . FOB lilt.
ticular attenAon., -Act pe purcbase
Hone& •,. :0; . Fh
S. 'S. litilieirDT
.ELBA, AN3LONIATED 'MOSE;
HAT'S ANP GAPS.
ALL : THE F4' . .Wrn.Y . /.E.S OF
flats and ` Caps,
-- ARRIVING DAILY, AT
"h0Z44.: * D,,,'; • 'iv is:
'gur: • "
WALL - PAPER
Priv ..}la.• Arr Es .1
issoiu ON "' Arms,
•L' ilOßlNgos;:.l l lll 4 3fiN l4 /
( 4 b :1
AllegheLy : t bin been
gu e t le i lLc o °,4" . 137 'aim* stOre ,
And *OO l6 a 11lki?414iit,ii! old inst. I
' . ROBINSOIk
fILOTHES WignittEßS R 0
IL, ED.—All the differeat mikes of Chl
ers repaired, at the India ItubbeiDep*
ht. Weir otreet.a.sif.
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