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DIED: "- ;
:1 1. 009. — 0n Thursday, the 113th inst.. Mrs. M.
beloved wife of J. D. Meroos; in the Minh year -
er qte• . , _
le funeral will take place on SATURDAY, 18th
~ from the residence of her husband, at East
irty, at A o'clock P. A. The friends of the tem
se cordially invited to attend. Carriages will
from Furman &Samson's, corner of Seventh
Smithfield streets, at 1143 i o'clock.
LEPER.—On Thursday morning. the 10th
:,LIA3t L. HARPER, In the 413th year of his
m funeral will take place from the residence of
• F. Beckham, En. 40 Sandusky street, Alle
iy City, on BAIIIIIDAY MOTINING, at /0 o'clock.
kOZIEROrt Friday morning, at tier o'clock,
ex residence in Allegheny city; ELIZA,- wife of
him Crozier, in the 8888 t h year Of herage. -
ie funeral will take plaee.fromher late residence,
Jackson street, AUeghetiy;, TiltB DAY, at 3%
,ck. The friend* of the fandly.are respectfully
ted to attend. .
1137/fAlkii 3 3:iitiVOJ , pa3 4l4 i
No. 166 FOURTHSTREET, Pittsburgh, Pa. ,
!EMS of all hinds, CRAPES, (GLOVES, and ev
description of Patera! Furnishing Goods - hir
ed. Rooms open'-nay - Land night.- Hearse sad
gages furnished. , •
mangxelts—Rer, pay id Kerr; D. D. Rev. M.
'Jacobus, D. D., Mousse Ewing, Esq., Jacob IL
er, Esq. •
HARLES &PEEBLES t ifltiltfigibi'
TAKERS AND LIVERY sTABors, corner of
rDUSKY STREET AND - CRUROR AVENDE4;
to * l:Ty andlAtabl Con at
Trani & TOM.' BOdtea Inter,
I. Hearses and Ca rri in shed : alto. all
is et Mourning Good ages
required. '4:Ace - open
I hoar., day and niatit....
OBERT T., 11.0DlliEVOTNIDAIR•
TAKER AND ZMBALMEB, No. 45 GIGO
ENT, Alleghana r , and • No. -50 DIAMOND
;ARE, (by John Ilson & 13rosi,) keeps „always
ands the best, etal, Itcsewood. Walnut and
upwardswood Conine. Walnut from
Rosewood Collins SRO upwards,:all
r Comns I proportion. Carriages and Heatues
ished at lo; rates. Crape, Gloves, Plate and
raving furnished• gratis. Office open day and
WAEHA2iT~D TO `,
mumovn Tut !unit
JEWELER/ AND' OPTICIANS,
65 FIFTH ST., OPPOSITE MASONIC HAIL
tied to a FIRST CLASS mEncaAarr TAILOR
•. TRADE, . . . ,
HENRY G. HALE'S,
er of Penn and St. Glair Street&
ALK IN! WALK IN!
AND SEE THE NEW
ING AND ' SUMMER GOODS,
JUST RECEIVED AT
fiXITH'S Tailoring Establishment,
NO. 99 WYLIE STREET,
ti Cortier of FederaL
It IS AILE.--7410130.1LEN r-- THE
.alance of thcrw. desirable Lots are ncrarotrered
rate sale, and any ono desirous of fine building
ould do well to make a selection. The village
ted ori a beautltuland healtbv.stoot, two and
of frOm t3harpsburg, on the Western Penn
. Railroad, whiehrans through it, making it
more valuable and agreeable. Extenalve
rations are now making for erecting a number
houses, which will prOea an ornament to the.
I • The remainder of these Lots will be sold at
reasonable rates and on terms exceedingly
I SILL & SHUTTEELY, Bed Ls ate and In-
Agents. Lawrenceville. ' '
E PARTNERSHIP heretofore
existing under the risme and style of- .
0 H H. BOYTECAIt: ICO
day dissolved by xnAntal consent, the interest
: N ENABLE haying been parch:used byWM.
• DEN, The business of the late Ann will be
• by JOHN H. BOYTS And WILLUM N..
'N, who have this day formed a Copartner , .
uder the name and style.of BOYTS & OGDEN.
JOHN ,11. BOYTS,
aosx KNABx.E. -•
:burgh, March 9tb..lSitli. ' ' 'apla:o6B
TING DISPOSED. :; _ OF MY
LUMBER YARD., situste%at 157 Rebecca
Allegheny, Pa., and lopg owned and eon
• by Messrs. PATTERSON & -EVANS, to
NDER PATTEIMN, I iake pleasnie in
mending my successor W all micustomers Jim!
ho are interested in securing the beet quail
ail kinds of Lumberat prices to suit themost
have sold my stoek 'of BOOTS, SHOES, /te.,
son, GEORGE 19.1,VEN?iEft, `and solicit the
• age of my former easterners to the hotise. - '
JANES 8. TANNER.
snunon, Apr 119441868;
wing to the abo.ve, I rendeetfully ask the"
Eunice of the patron:am:l,ot the fqrmer bonne.
shalt be an low as the lowest. • - • • • ;
Fr & CO., Ilieichfint,Tailors,
No. 34 Pederaf.k,
est received a large arid rell'ie r. acted stoat of,
le for a first class custom trade. -.Also. a large
of GENT'S VITRNISHMG GOODS.' 'ants
! ICE! ICE!,
• DIAMOND 'ALLEY,
• n left here or at Hand Street Bridge wtll `re-
1. rompt.attention, „Wagons nulnlng.in
arid Allegheny, ' , , ap7;o3
I ''atch ,:seo an -Pipes!
sale will be received at the MaYorg w" 1 "
TUBDAY, April lath, _for the purchaee o f .
Watch Boxes, Stoves and Pipes connected
a same, at present In use `-throtiesouX this
By order of the ' , cake Committee.
• JUUN IIABE; Chairman.
:OAP MINE, _ •
PLASTER, CitliiNEY TOPS
. • wierFat
:on " 25 Wood street. ,
OUST STREET.: '
• tics is heroby - iirerthe ViewersLßeport
matter of opening , WCUST STMEVAIN•••
'Ow been Clod In the DLettiet rt, at No.
April Term, 1868 g awl wlll.be Callarinedluz•
eeptione are Media .- • . •
ka r eVe6 o3oB, .
:400 JVS V7clNtlfAttbrney.
IVE SHAD/fitly /00440 711141. i
dowe c et the ditteritteeldtbs, forlabt at 2jo; .
d All NU Clabutreet. J.
a. H. PHILLIPS.
CHEAP GUNS FOR THE PEOPLE....
The GREAT WESTERN GUN WORE'S ham been
removed to No. Z 9 SMITHFIELD STREET, where
wilt always befo und the mart comp/etc assortment
of Guns, Ammunition asui Sport.
MS Material, &..e" tares city. Antrim:loof as:as
and Ptstots carefuily repaired. Cash Paid for
ARMY RIFLES and RISVOLVERS. Sena stamp
for illustrated Circular. Agents wanted in every
town in the United States. Address, J. H. 401121-
BTON.l797imithgeid Street. Pittsburgh.
CHURCH, corner Pcnn and Irwin streets,
Rev..W. D. HOWARD:-DJ)., PASTOR. Services:
as usual to-morrow at 3.0 M A. U. and 74 P. Rev.
AARON WILLIAMS, D.D., officiating. Sabbath
School. at A.r. 31.
THE 'SECOND METHODIST
CRERCFI, Rebecca street, near Gait' WOrki. -
Allegheny. B. F. CliOWTHEß, — ;Pastor. Preach
ing every Sabbath. at 10)j A. M. and 7,LiP. M.
Subject for- to-morrow morning —"Effects of the
Gospel." Evening—SolOnson's Advice."—Prov.
itgrF IR. kir METH ODI S T
CHURCH. Fifth street, AboVe
,ALEX: CLARK, Pastor.—Preaching EVERY SA.B.
BATH at ,10:30 A. ls. and T:3O p. N. Subject of
present Sabbath evening series of sermons: ••Truth
and TriAe; or,-Tbe Teachings of the Gospel as AD
. plied to the Habits, Professions and Employments of
Life." Free seats.
CORNER OP GRANT AND THIRD Ern.
Pastor Rev.-A. BO'SSERBIAN. Preaching EVERY
SUNDAY at, M. and 7X P.M. Sunday School
at 31,,i A. M. All the people are Invited:to come and
.0n tomorrow evening - there - will be a SDNDAY
SCHOOL CONCERT—Singing and Speaking-by the
'children, and short addresses by some of the (Meow
and texaberspf. the School. Beats tree, and a we!
lar-NCYFICE.--The Rep.!lax An
. 'meal hiceting of,the..
great Rational Petroleum Compuiy. ~ •
,•. . • ,
'Will take place at the tifficenf the'Company, No.lo
Bt. Clair' street, on ,WEDICESDAY, , April .Stild,
1868. at 10 o'clock A. N. 1918:034
Mr A. P. A.—The. nOmberkof
701 IN KNOX and ALLEGHENY LODGES, Nos:
• X and 54, o 1 the Anierican,Protestant Association;
will hereafter meet at the comer. of FEDERAL
STREET and STOCKTON AVENBE,'!Alleglieny.
*list =citing, .yirEBNESDAY.. EVENING,: the
42d Inst., at ik.a`Clock. : . , •
` By order of . Trustees. ; - •
• THOS. B. , CAROO, Secretary.
LEAD PIPE, SHEET & BAR LEAD
Aleo, PIG LEAD, IRON PIPE;
RUBBER HOSE, HOSE PIPES & SCREWS;
• STEAM. GAUGES AND WHISTLES:
-•: • GLOBE VALVBS,•SAFETT TAINES; •-•
. , . . .••• •- • •
IRON AND COPPER SINKS AND BATHS;
, • .
• : BRASS IRON LIFT *.FORL'E PIIMPS..
Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh.
Send for Price List. • aple;oBS-vrs--
KAY. St. COMPANY,
BOOKSELLERS AND_ STATIONERS,.
No. 65 Wood Street,
FANCY AND STAPLE STATIONERY,
CONSTAN'TL'ir ON HAND.
WEDGING AND +I.BI.TING CARDS engraved
and printed In tbe beet style.
INITIALS sta mped .on paper and envelopes, In
colors or Maui. • . , .
..,m4iNoeniadi furnished to order: • aplllll
COLLECTION . ".
. , .
. • . -•
RARE AND. VALUABLE. BOORS ,
• • " AT HALF. PRICE. ..t
. . .
GALE' AHD EXAMIIcE THE STOCK.'
‘. • .
STATIONERY, OF ALT, KINDS,
,Eastern Prices,- ' ••
34scook - ,..itrato rimws• xx74,1:0,,
SIETE( STREET, BELOW SMITTIFIEC;D. •
JOHN D. NOAH.
W M•HAITPri, •
PRINTER AND STATIONtR,
coTnfivrood. and Third Streets ,
Has jUatrecOlved from the, East a full supply of
MEDIUM, DENY, FOLIO POST,
:ROYAL; SUPER ROYAL, IMPERIAL,'
FLAT CAP. AND CROWN
. , .
all ofgr i t a d srtzezLtilf
D ISSOX*TION.—The PAIIMIEII
SIMP. oCOLEMAN., FORRESTER. C. CO.
was dissolved April Ist. 11388. • The businees,of the
lato firm wilt be : settled by either of the late part
ners, at the office, • _ _
,• • - of
5 : • BA3tUEL "FLORREST_E_,E tiN .
' THEODORE COLEM
In retiring' from the late - firm, I thank a generous
pnbilcfor their very liberal patronage, and cheep,
tally recommend the new firm as being experienced
mechanics and becommodating_business men, ,
• COLLMBITS COLEMAN..
0-P A iIiTNERSHIIPIAMILIEL
_Tf_OIIRESTER, THEODORE F. • COLEMAN.
as well KNOCK, on the Ist day of April,lBBB,
formed ;Copartnership under the style of FORRES
TER, COLEMAN et KNOCH, for the purpose of
=nub:eta:ins all descriptions •of ,Ruggiele, Buck
Wagons, Spring and Plain Waggons ; Dreye,
'Wheelbarrows, Locest.Hubs, Lia,Maaell
Axel Forks,• litniwCutters, Trucks, sc. Ou r r work
will be mode of dm , limber, and. warranted equal to
an made n tbeVelited States.
WAGON WORKS, Nos. 16, 17: 18
nad / Marlon Avenue °nacelle the Penitentiary,
11 4x B MikfEll, COLEMAN A CO .
G,OOD - NEWS*
CHEAP BREAD IN DEAR TIMES
Enquire for WARD'S BREAD. The largest ind
ewt Thp SO " "
MAS+ li• W. "on, loaf. Ask
tor Ward's. Take none else. karma
110VG0 ''iltE l6ll 'bales—Ey.
itir* laden), Mimi ntAIG3t. Charley-
ILL(' Ink — 011:04,- - . /0 Pbbialiak a W_.
~- tmfiltrapi.unawlso_AN Imo- swans Bikini
for -.•., • asolllCKLY.a.Col, *
th imalb at M anMMßt''"SEa'flrOiMt'az4 -
''. 3la ils Itubbar,pepse. 1' .• ;,,, ,
ApInBRTISE : - ArtiEW ADVEN%
FOR SALE. • ; !';
A Good Paper Route-on the 6101'---.."
FOR tSAX AE.
App ut •
No. 73 SIIITHFIEL'D STREET, Plitsburgb, Pa
::C9iititaritly on hand, a full assortment otCLO . THS.
CASSIMERES. VES'TINGS, &a. apnnoila
JAILED Y. 1.11117811 .
limirsia D. BRUSH
eritED, 1 e BRUSH SON
-t MANITFACTDRZII6 .OF
Steam Boilers, Oil Stills, Tanks.
BREW IRON WORE. &O.
61Penn Stre . i4, Pittsburg, Pa.
Slllllll3ll' 11A.N - -RESIDENCEMFoit
desirable location, on Mount Washington, com
manding &delightful view Of the two eitieti and Sur
rounding .boroughs. House contains nine rooms,
in elegant condition. Lot teet on High street,
extending back 330 feet 'to a' street 40 feet widett
Aron Jenne in front of Tot. Stable, outbuildings,
grape arbor, fruit trees, . shrubbery, two cisterns,
iinished cellars, front.and- rear porches, make all
convenient and elegant. Will be sold cbearn
- Apply to •
• STEEL !le-WILSON,
AMERICAN MERINO STOCIIMIS
ENGLISII MERINO STOCAINOS.
AT JAMES PHELAN'S
Old Stand Stocking Store,
Xo. 24 FIFTH STREET
CONTROLLER'S OFFICE, _
CITY OF ALLEOIIEN'It, April IS, ISM
FAILED PROPOSALS . will be
received at this °Mai until o'clock. P. Er. , on
IDAY, *4th Inst., for GRADING and PAVING
the following streets and alleys. viz:
SPRING GARDEN AVENUE, from Chesnut St.
to the city line, including culvert about *5O ft long.
FRANUI STREET - , from the cast line pf Sedg
witt street to Talton avenue.
LOCUST STREET, from east side of Sedgy!Mk
street to Fulton street.
SOITTEL CANAL STREET, from Madison &Willie.
to Sycamore street.
CONCORD STREET, In the Third and Seventh
GREEN ALLEY, from Chesnut street to Centre
• Also, for Grading ALLEGIMAVENGE , prom
Ridge street to Western avenue,
Profiles and flireellications can be seen ln the Mike
of CHAS. DAVIS, Esq.. City Engineer. Proposals
to be endorsed "Grading and Paving,” and address
ed to the undersigned.
R. R. FRANCIS. .
aplihoB3 • City Controller.
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
GOOD I'ItINTS, atILSIMc
PURPLE PRINTS, allgbtly Imperrect, at 1210
Yard WIde . BLEAVIIED MUSLIN, at Mic
Heavy UNBLEACHED MUSLIN, at
GINGTIAMS, at 10e
GINGITAKS; at 143iti
JEANS, at 1512.4. c.
CORSEW, at dee
CORSETS, at 6513ic
WEALEBONE,CORSETS, at 87Se
COLORED KID GLOVES, at 75c
LADIES' RIBBED HOSE, at lle
LADIES' ,PLAIN HOSE, atlOc.
CASSIXERE.S., for Boys' wear.
CASSLILERES, for Men , e wear.
LADIES• SACKING CLOTH
,ALL-WOOL DELAINES, In beautiful shades
BLACK AND COLORED AIPACCAS.
PLAIN'AND FANCY POPLINS.
BAL3IORAL A3r,O, 1100 P 'SKIRTS
BONNETS. HAM RIBBONS. mowaßs.
"HAIR BANDS, SI,REVEIIITIVONS, - ;
And a Variety. of FANCY GOODS,
A PULL STOCK AT LOW PRICES,
Wholesale and Retail,
rr • v u•'
180 & 182 Federal St., Allegheny.
J. /1, , Hi, • PRIMPS.
SPitING GOODS. .
i tg o p i tr e 7 a zie 4 eirti v rian c er
o c r nir own and other
manu FLOOR OIL CLOTHS;
CARRIAGE, FURNITURE, TABLE AND
OF ,EVERY DESCRIPTION'. ; 4
Als,' a full line . • ^ e
- • •
Transparent .1V zidow Shade*,
• 11.01!, nits; Shadirlittires,
,••, • . • !lumpy Cords, 4pe. 4 &43.
wOLUALE AND RETAIL itt;lfEliii win find
Our p_riees AILL9___WaYL NOT LOWER, THAN CAN
Bg P UR CHASE D ELISEWHERE, and; of quality
sad ptyles soootato none.
BLACK • MKS. , • ,
WHITE, ORRA CO
46 YJFTII STREET.
• !: r
Te..WILL KEEP ON twitt:
..- andm p_la akeio older aIIAG.ONI kindes9o(
ar tic 4..
, ;May • illAnnl it irsti
i *ye , " n
~ 1,7,! h.; 0, :d. 7v - wo: - ...., . 4 4 ' " ,- (4 .1 . atipb,i(k;
AilittlitittillrA `t ' • ' . ,L' . 9/$4.4* - -aftir. *Rem"
M t ' egial arisibOiciaßEsTlii a"aci:.-'
Brekeriand Real Estate Agents,
10 66 Sail Meld Street
121,STOR; : ApRONS.
JUST OPENED, A LB
NEW SPRING ORE
COLORED WOOL DELAINES
BLACK AND COLORED ALPACCAB
tOLOR . ED - SlifiCB
BLACK GROSGRAIN SILKS
- NAPKINS, SHIRT FRONTS
AT PRICES AS LOW AS ANY.
ER WIN, ,WCONNELL & CO.,
178 Federal St, Allegheny.
&pig : 8
Very Superior and Elegant.
• ; JUST RECEIVED. •
• ' BATES Iig....IIELL f 4 . ; •
103i.A11.48111tD 1849.....Th1r,LAR058T 1N AXIMICA.
'Lightning _Rod Manufattory,
IRON GALVANIZING WORKS.
30,000 FEET MANUFACTURED DAILY.
.THE CELEBRATED_ STAR. GALVANIZED ••
Manufactured at these works, and sold to all parts
of the continent, are admitted to be superior to an
Lightning Rod in use. Great inducements offered
Wpoddlers and all persons buying at wholesale.
Also, tine Plating Points, of all kinds and patterns,
together with Insulators, Fastenings, Copper and
Iron Connection Burs, Braces, etc. Samples, Pam
phlets and Circulars sent free.
UMW, IMMER &COS,
Nog. 488 and 490 St John St,
---,- • Parkeznownin:
TO BUILDERS AND CONTRAC
Sealed Proposals will be received by the Board of
-School Directors of the.Filthard of the City of
Allegheny; up to ,the 30111 D AY : OF APRIL, for
Building a Public School' House.
in said ward. Plans and .apeetecations can be seen .
at theodlee of Messrs. BARRA MOSER,•Nos.
be. Clair street, Pittsburgh. , -
Thu Directors reserve the right of rejecting iny
or all bids, and requiring security for the faithful
performance o undersi g
ned- t. • •
Address tho g at: 'No. IOSC. Clair 8t., -
'or• Bak an, Pittsburgh P. 0., marking "Propo
sals,* on outside of envelopes.
By order of the Board. •
ap1.5m44 J0111.4 E. PARKE. President.
Weanedoils Sacrifice iri Leoliing (daises.
rxeprtiatory to moving, I offer my elegant stoelt - of
.Bne , GILT, PIEII and MANTLE GLASSES, POR
TRAIT and PICTURE FRAMES: also, mlseellatiq-.
ous styles of BEDROOM GLASSES, all of' which'
gaustbe sold by the Ist of June,
- Regardless of Cost.
Incise who are In Want of fine rarlor tilueaeb ancf
first-class article of tine gilt work, will .do well to
glve me a call. . -
aps : llO Wood street.
miLIIIILIE & SLATE,.DIANTLE
PITTSBURSN STEAM MARBLE, AND . SLATE WORKS.
Oaleil and 'W'artrooin - 316 sad Bill LIBERTY
STREET.- Mentle'Wareroom on second flow..
Persons wanting Marble or Slate - Mantles will End
It to their interest to call. Workznanthip not ex
celled in any place, and - prices as low as in Eastern
Marine Mantles or Furniture. Slabs which
have became discolored tut smoke, oils or acids, can
be Marbleised and made to look as well as new.
Thom t o no other - placein. Western ponasyirenla
where Slate Mantles are manufactured. ,
k i n d s oymarbleWork done in the bestraaant.'
Marble C o mo supplied with hawed Marble at East
ern prices; carriage added.
. • • • • - IF: W. WALLACE.
. rail O.IIL IThranunk
(I..ste W.&CRallwayi) • .
.` p ; it° FELIVA,
• Wit Mit:R.
BLAST , 9 1; all'o
.P,' laposal ..PNIPAT
Et ~, iREM ,
pA.LIPIFER, & PHILLIPS, •
- AUCTIONEERS -
And Contnti..ssion kerchatiai f
OPERA HOUSE AUCTION ROOMS,
N 0.60 Fifth Street, Flttitairgh,
BOOTS, SHOES, CARPETS,
• - pry Goods and Notions,
AT PRIVATE 'SALE DAY AND EVENING.
Consignments Solicited. Prompt Ito.
E STOCK OF
ST SMITHSON, Ilk/HOOK & WOLHLIAND.
LARGE AND . PEREMPTORY
ELEGANT SILVER: . W ARE,
French Clocks, Parlor Ornaments; &c.
:TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY; April 21st an d
22d; at A and T o'clock P. M. at -
MASONIC HALL AUCTION -ROOMS,:
• • •,•.
55 and srFifth Street.
Special attention is asked to this sale by those de
slang either a complete or partial Silver Ware fur;
nishment. being, the largest and the finest lot ever
offered at sale in this city. - '
The geode are late and recherche style's and
terns, mantifactured exclusively for customer sales
by. one of the most reliable Eastern' houses, and
guaranteed TRIPLE PLATE. '
In the assortment may be found choice Tete Sets.
elegant and varied Tea Site; Urns; Dinner, Tea and
Pickle Castors; Cake,Card anclErolt Baskets,Stands.
and Servers. Ice, Syrup and 'Cream Pitchers and'
Trays; 31agle, Revolving and Plain Butter Dishes:
Egg; Celery and Salt Stands; Oyster. Soup and
Sauce Tureens 'and Ladles; Fruit, Jolley and Berry
Dishes; Fine Wine Stands; lee and Sag= Bowls;
-Butter, and Cake Knives; Salad and Pickle Stands;
large nd small 'Waiters; Salt, Mustard Ind -.Egg
Spoons; Tea, Dinner, Desert Forks and:Spoons;
Goblets fi elders ,
Mugs, Cups, Napkin Rings;Knife 'testa,.
Spoon elders, Call Bells, Spoons, and a variety of
articles too numerous to mention.
Also, tine French Clocks. superb styles; Baguet
Vases, fancy articles, ac... .
The attendance of the ladles is asked In particular.
Goods on exhibition and examination on and after
the ISth lust.
SMITHSON, VANHOOK & ITOLELLAND. •
jiLifiIIGNEUS SALE. , -BOOK AC
COUNTS, JUDGMENT,' de. - --
DAY EVENING, April Mist, at 7H o'clock,
be sold, on second floor of Commercial Sales
Rooms, 106 Smithfield street, by_order of John xt.
Bailey, Esq. Assignee In Bankruptcy, the follow--
lugrty', late of Hegarty Fullmer; bankrupts,
pone Judgment and sundry Book Accounts,
against various debtors.
apiff - A. McILWAINE, Auctioneer.
-VANIL .a. RAILROAD STOCKS,
0 'UNION' IRON MILLS, &c._ •
UESDAY EVENING. April 21st. at 7% o'clock.
will be sold, on second floor of Commercial Sales
Rooms 100 Smithfield street: •
'3O shares Alle,gueny Valley R. It.
10 shares Keystone Sayings Bank.
15 shares Coal Men's• Trust Co.
93 shares Union Iron Mills, Ninth ward. •
5918 A. IIeILIV AINE, Auctioneer.
51. ,• 51.
GROVES, do BAKER'S'
WITH LATEST IMPROVEMENTS,
At the New and Elegant Sales Rooms
OF THE COMPANY, .
51 EIFTIISTREET. 4 • II
Also, NEEDLES„ ATTACHMENTS; MACHINE
BILKS and COTTONS, THREAD, MACHINE OIL,
, Tbe , eitlcens of l'ittsburgh are respect,
folly Invited to call.
Applications for Agencies solicited. Circulars or
lamiges by mail on applicat ion.. Correspondence to .
be addressed to
'GROVER & RAKER S. M. CO.,
81 FIFTH. STREET, prrrantraeau
STONE 15RAIN PIPE,
ALL SIZES, FROM TO 12 lives.-
10,000 FE'g,T.ON HANP,
r on- BALE er
227 Liberty St., Pittsburgh,
59 Federal Street, Alleitherry.
168. . •,'
PRINTS DELAINEB. • •
Aro! TWEEDI3 L CASSIMERES. -
41Sr PLANNE S, COLLARS.
afirIIOSIERY AND GLOVES.
Jar WHITE GOODS. •
air CARPETS', OIL ow niis•
Air RIBBONS SHAWLS.
- • , W.HOOP'SKIRTS, LACES.
. • .
— ir AT THE NEW DRY "GOODS STORE 'OF _
IF. CoUON .
168 Wylie Street: 42151
OFFICE OF CITY ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR,
Pittsburgh, , April 10th,1868.
NOTICE TO cowry...icon:kits (
Baled Proposals for Grading, Paving and Curbipg
' , ALLEGHENY STREET, from Penn to Liberty st.
tiMALLMAN STREET, tram Morton toTaylor et"
• CENTRE,AXEHUE, from Dinwiddie to Eirkput
MUriLB ck strezt ßß
Y ALLEY, from Clymertc;imilii st.
= MULBERRY ALLEY, from Smith to'Taylor st.
Will be received at the oillee of the City Engineer,
until n bATURDAY, April' 515th, 1136111. • Speettion
lions and blanks for bidding can be had by calling
at this office.
.ap17:070 ,LtMOORE, City -Engineer.
0040,1111CCANDLES CO .y" .
s r Ode Wilton. con & Co., .
WHOLV#AIAD . .DEATAIIB - ; IN •
Foreign imd - IDomestic Ih7 a 1119048 1
No. 04 WOOD STItEET. •
Third door 09ve amonA. aner,
~• • • • PITTI3IIIIROD. PA.
SEALED PROPOSALS will belaveetredtmtil the
Asth inst., for LAYING BRICK BY THE THOU
BAND in accordance With the 'plans and specifies:
D onsfled at BARR & MOSER'S oMce, and under
the direction o;thelacm.rintendent.
4 1r.0 ALBREE, Scaretary.' •
'aperes3 - Wood street, corner YoUrth. •
.11BY LITIIMER.f. • • • -•
i64Nli **INCH SHINGLES,
Shaved and Sawca .. extraglualty. ••••••
DRY s,,LooRING BOARDS,
igir.lathibflAlNßEß, at • •• -
f ` C. C. 1101=
:rPrirdl.'abaiatituOeiyilon Bridge, Allegheny Cly :
• - ,tr-daknao-w.8 . : • _ - -
500 Imstk. NO. 18pylloptWbeat; . • 4
'4l-44 '4-C•A.I ekoe Ry WintEr Wheat, t;
•,.••• ••.4 , • e;
• • to , rhttePase — ti Blair Potitoes ob
For sale by urrtacocit, xecREERya .
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- BY L WILWAIST.
For a pupil, and to act as assistant to &Mechanic
Angineer. Premium required.
• Address Box 50, P. 0., Allegheny City, Pa,
A SMART, INiELLIOEST BOY.
WANTED -A ; GOOD GERMA
GARDNER. A Bober, industrious inarriet
man, With a small family, to take charge °rand ily
on a garden farm within nineteen miles of the cityl.
There is a good brick house of six rooms, kitchen; " '
ball and cellar, for the garlener to occupy, and 10-,.
'„whom liberal wages willbe paid, for one that is egtot.
petent and trustworthy. For particulars inquire of
G. H. TOWER, Real Estate Agent,- 1
aptamli: No. 104. Fourth St.. Pittsburgh: , ,
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OFFICIAL HISTORY OF THE WARI
_Character, Conduct and Results. By Boil:
ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS. A Book for
sections and parties.
This great work presentsthe oil -
Impart Lat analysis of the Causes of ie War petpult
llshed, and gives those Interior lights andshadowl
of the great conflict only known to those high officers
who watched the flood-tide of revolution from ita
fountain springs, and which were so accessible tb
Ms. Stephens from Ills position as second officer -
lie Confederacy. •
'The intense desire every where manifested to o
Min this work, combined with ea Increased eotnnif
slon, makes It the best subscript] :n hook ever pu
One Agent in Easton, I'a., reports 72 subscrib
in three days. .
' - Another In Boston reports 103 subscribers in t 0. ..
. Bend (dr circulars and see our terms, and a full 0:-
scription of the work, with notices of the Press, &
I NATIONAL PIJBLIBHIIN41 C O :
mlil9imloo:d&.F • Philadelphia, Pal
F OR SALE-CHEAP.
_ ^A lot of TIN AND ,SHEET..TRON WAri '' i
BRITTANIA WARE, WATER COOLERS,- GHAT
FRONTS, STOVES, one SAFE.. DESK large u.
-rlghe-SHOW CASE. .31-IF:LAING, large REIM' el
ERATOR„ all of which will be sold low to quit bus
133 WOOD STREET.I
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FOR. SALE. --
-.A: Rly,Bli BOTTOM FARM OF 70 ACREs, ill
miles from the city, in Elizabeth township, Allt
gheny county, Pa., on the Youghiogheny river, on -
half mile tram Elrod's Station, on the Connellsvil e
ntilroad; near churches, schools, stores, &c., in the
flourishing villages of Boston and Green Oak. The
improvements: are a two-story brick house of Six -
rooms; hulfand cellar, a good frame bank barn with
'stahllng undenseath, and other outbuildings; a wdll
of good standing water at the door and -sevetel
standinav o ings of water on the farm ,' eduLan
chant:of trees of selected frultScif apple the t
'ries, pe , peaches, quinces and grapes. This pro ~.
crty . being located near the line of the rallrob ;
Within one hour's ride of the city, snakes it very de;• -
sirablefor gardening or a dairy farm; it is aligns
good and beautiful location for country - homes near
the city, lying immediately on the river, on the-op
posite side Dem•the railroad.. The West Newton
Accommodation and other tralni on the railroad 'af
ford certain' and frequent opportunities of daily
communication to and from the city. Will be sold
as a whole or In lots of one acre or more, to suit put
Also, A FARM-OF 173 ACRES., situated' In St.
Malt township,' Westmoreland county, Pa., near
thellue of.the Pennsylvania Railroad. at Romanis'.
Station. The improvements area.. two-story frame..
hone. with six rooms and good cellar, a frame bang
barn 40 by 00 feet, and other outbuildings. Tbe
tron the, plate a:young apple and, peach orchar
120neres clearediand, divided into ilelds.of conia -
nient size, a large' portion of which are well set n
clover an timothy; the residue of said tract etri
ered with good timber. It is well watered and uti- .
derisid with coal and limestone, and Is convenient -: -
to churches, schools, stores mills and blacksmith '
shops.. A real good bargain is offered in this excel
lent farm; and with it will be sold all the_personid ,
property on the premises, consisting of horstii
cows, stock cattle, bogs and poultry, harness, gear*
wagon, plows, fanning implements _and househoa
and kitchen furniture. Together will be sold vely
low and on.easy terms; to a responsible urchaser. •
Also,a desirable and very fertile Tract of Land f
188 ACRES AND 25 PERCHES, In Elizabeth Tpi,
Allegheny county, Pa., on the line of the Hemptitld , .
railroad, and one and one-half miles from the Con
nellsvillerallroad at Suter's Station. On this fails ,
are 40 acres of superior white. oak timber, width
alone is now worth one-half the price asked for the '
whole tract. The improvements are a log house; - '
frame barn, good fencing, and an apple orchard '*f
good fruit. It is . well 'a stored and underlaid with
limestone and flag stone of a . superlar quality, 'with '
stone coal for the use of the farm.
Also, The best FARM in. Fairfield towns
Westmorel.md county, Pa.; of 250 ACRES, abbut
six - miles south of the Pennsylvania Central-Rail- -
road at Bolivar Station. The improvements arc tWo
large hewed log dwellings: one of the largest Kid.
best frame barns in .the township; two apple oe
chards, in good bearingeondltlon: Thermoco crib, wagbn
shed and caber outbuildings. hole farnt s
under a high state of cultivation; _fencing allintir t, .
rate order, =lithe land of the best quality of Ihn -,
stone soil, abont2oo ac.;es of which is cleared and
the residue of"the tract in good timber, suchl Is
white oak, rock oak, hickory, walnut and hemp.
This property will be sold very , cheap and on gOcld
, terms, as the owner wishes to engage in other bnsl
nessr For particulars enquire of
G. H. TOWER, 164 Fourth Street". -
13.164:ne. . ; ' - t ,
Property near Mankleld for Sal .
A 'very desirable piece of land of 16 acres, having
an orchard of about 3 acres, and a good frame honke
f 5 rooms and cellar: a spring of never faillpg,iwar
ter near the house. Located en an elevation itat
gaof a mile west of Mansfield Station, on the Pah
dieilL. B. robe sold as a whole Ay, in lots( to
sot purchiuiersv,ffrom 9 to 5 acres. a nd
Inquire of DANIEL SWOGER, Real Estate
Inestrtuice Agent No. 77 Federal street, 'Allegheny.
Olt'', on second floor.
fiallfrzune dwelling of Live rooms,
s lizge 511,1 11 ,
attic and good cellar, wi lot by
feet 9 inches, situate No. 60 Adams street, SIX h
ward, Allegheny City, which will be sold low =ilea
good terms, as the owner wishes to leave the city,
_lnquire of.DANIEL SWOGER, No. 77 Federal
street; Allegheny .C . lty, on seeend Boor. , .
FOR SALE. : ,
811/LDING LOTS FOR SALE.—Two good lots on
She Meld street; one lot on Adams street; one lot : on
Franklin street; three 5ma11,1194 on,Chartieraskreet,_
Allegheny. A lot in East Liberty, being lot No., Ili
on Dennison avenue. A number of lots on Jacks
• Diquire of DANIEL SWOGER, No. 77 Federal
street, Allegheny city, second door. • • • 1
..it. good Farm of 70 Acres, 60 of which are eel 3-
vated, and balance in timber, having 10 acres of
orchard, consisting of apples, peaches and pearsi a
good log house of 6 rooms and cellar; a goodg
barn. Farm well watered, having a good Capr i g
near the door; - 80 ares underlaid, with coal. Sit -
ate 19 miles northwest of Allegheny City; and.s ~
miles from Sewickley or Glendale Station, on the .
F. W. BC.R. R. Terms easy. Inquire at 77 F -
eral street Allegheny City, second iloor.
, mhillnna. :
VOIR SALE; ,
.i.... . .
A good ON ME-HORSE SPRING W AGO N, HO
and HARNESS. Also, a full outfit of BROOM.
MAKING MACHINES. Will be sold cheat v i ysti l x
Apply at No. 135 , WASHINGTON A ,
Alleghenyy. a .17:ot
A ND Airnomtwoor.i.- - _ , = ,
Twenty Acres of Land for sale at Homesi od,
Station,-P, .R. R.,
,bnmediately opposite reslden s Of Drs. Vandecort and'Dupuy, and being - the' it
desirable property' for country artuddencealn he
.Inquire of H. P. MILLER, No. 83 Irlith.strtle . 4
Or or 8. , E. MILLER, near the premises.. • ttpi7M-ra
A NEW BRICK noirsn,
'Containing' finirrooms, ball andlintsbed uttic,'4lt.
noted at No. 1919 Elm street, Sixth - Ward , oppoalte
the foot of Decatur street.
Enquire of Capt. , cauatwas W. MAY,
optimal No. 49 Congress street, Pittsburgh.
larllars FOR - SALE-SEVER LL.
BUILDING LOTS on Observatory H 111; Sec e ind•
d, Allegheny City, are offered, for sale— o h is.
Tho location Is a very desirable one, commanding a
tine view of both cities,. Is easy of acacia, and them
is abundance of stone on.. the ground for building
PuMpses. Apply -soon at the paint - show.uf- Man
00wAN' ft.' SNIDER, Allegheny Diamond,' at
THIS OFFICE, or on the' premises, near the. sb
servatory Building. ' • mit2.s:n s
;DESIRABLE PENN _ , - STILE ti ,
RESIDENCE FOR SALE.—Three- story losick
e. well built and conveniently arranged; wade
hall; large parlor, dining room and kitchen, cellar,
wash room, etc.; seven' Oilier -rooms, ',bath room;'
gas fixtures in all the roombt - yard, grape arborokc.
I.ok.extends• back to ah alley; brick etahle on the
alley; all In complete order. Apply to .
S. CUTHB A ERT
Real Estate Agents. SO Smithfield 8_,..._
:XOR SAILE.---HORSES.--At BO
' AMPS LIVERY AND.SALE STABLE, °net
ILY -HORSE- (Bad); • three 'DAPPLE' GE
-HORSES! ono LARGE DRAUGEIT HORSELtS e •
BLACK MARES; two GREY „MARES, YllitT,
STREET., near Monongahela Mouse. •
,H9rsos bought *tad sold on commission.
FOR RE T
FOR WENT. .•
LARGE BRICK HOUSE and lot of grog , d,,
late' the property of 31re. A. IdeDeAle, situate] at,
Verner Statfon_, Allegherly. 'Valley„lt.• R.: Algol
'VRA3IE DWICLLINti, adjoining the , abOre_ =r.
Apply to .
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, " 250 BMUS Man ' ,
q+a ranted vpial to girty4x,tatatteh ku , , st?rrksini
V ile bY
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CIAMIES: T EVASHEttIie
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st it o ffe or eca,
4 210 1.1 1 /Uallty' Marrantet ol6hi a' NZ at
api.S 28 and 28 St. Clair street.