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CHEAP OWNS FOR THE PEOPLE...
4.1 The GREAT WESTERN GGN WORKS have been
t-,, removed to No. no SMITHFIELD STREET, where
3 . will atways be found the most complete assortment
V of Guns, Pistols, Ammunition and Srt.
0 ling Material,dte.,in tee city. Alt kinds of G uns p
and Pistols! carefully repaired. Cash paid for
ARMY RIFLES and .REVOLVERS. Sena stamp
r for illustrated Circular. 'Agents wanted -in
~,, z town in the United
_States. Address, .1. H. JOHN
-1,4„ STON. 1 . 79 Smithiletct Street Pittsburgh. -- ,
1 / 4 .• - .
4 A GENTS WANTED.
4 . _
.'',4 , • ' GRANT;
r; THE LIFE OF.—A" new and standard work. by
•,,, lion . J. T. lisKown - ,'the popular Historian. Send
, 1 . ". for Circular and see ourterms.. • • • , '
. A ' Address or apply to. :- A. L. TALCOTT & CO.. •
e• ap2Ceoiri 00 Merket street, Pittsburgh, l's.
BAKERY FOR SALE,
WITH OE WITHOET THE PROPEETS%
Or would rent for a term of years.. Enquire at
aIM . No. 40 Palo Alto St.. Allegheny Cltv.
! HENRY MEYER,
1 MEIRCELINT TAILOR,
No. .73 SMITHFIELD STREET, Pittsburgh, - Pa.
ConstauDy on hand, a full assortment of CLOTES,
CA SdIMERES.-VESTINGS, &n. apanOSS
A Good Paper Route on the Gazette
'JARED M. DRUM ' EDMUND D. unusit
JARED M. BRUSH & SON,
Steam Boilers, Oil StillS, Tanks.
SHEET IRON WORE, &C
61 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
A PPLIQUE LACE CURTAINS.
TAISLISOURI) LACE CURTADTS
NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS
CORNICES, LOOPS, BANDS. &c!.
AT WHITE, ORR Bc . CO.'S,
29 FIFTH STREET.
CoNTF.OLLIin'B OFFICZ, •
CITY OF ALLTAIIENT, April 18, 1888.
§EALED PROPOSALS will be
received at this office until. 3 o'clock P. it. on
8 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 980 ft long.
FRANKLIN STILE, from the east line of Sedg..
wick street to Fulton4vetue.
BALKAM STREET, front Robinson street to the
LOCUST STREET, from east side of Sedgwick
.street to Fulton street.
SOUTH CANAL STREET, from Madison avenue
to Sycamore street.
CONCORD STREET, in the Third and Seventh
GREEN ALLEY, from Chesnut street to Centre
Also, for Grading ALLEGHENY AVENUE, from
Ridge street to 'Western avenue.
Profiles and specifications can be. seen in the office
.of CHAS. DAVIS, Esq., City Engineer.. P roposals
to be endorsed "Grading and Paying," ad address
ed to the undersigned. .
R. B. FRANCIS.
aolti:o33 City Controller._
•.. •i ,
4Gr PRINTS, DELAIN - ES.
SN'• TWEEDS, CASSLITERES.
sar HOSIERY AND GLOVES. • . •
Oar WHITE GOODS.'
Sir CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS.
.15fr RIBBONS. SHAWLS.
/fir HOOP SKIRTS, LAcES. '
Air AT THE NEW DRY GOODS STORE 0F.1131
fair No. 168 Wylie Street. jo
168. - • - 168.
MO BUILDERS AND commix
Sealed Proposals will be received by the Board of
School Directors of the Fifth Ward of the City of.
Allegheny, up to the 30= DAY OF_ APRIL., for
Building a Public School Rouse
In said ward, Plans and specifications can be seen
.at the oftice*Messrs. BAHR & MOSER,- Nos. AA
St. Clair street, Pittsburgh. ••
The Directors reserve the right of rejecting any
.or all bids, and requiring security for the faithful
performance of the contract.
Address the undersigned. at No. 10 St. Clair. St.,
4n. Box 3111, Pittsburgh P. 0., marking ••Propo
gals" on outside of envelopes. _ • • •
By order of the Board. •
ap15:044 . JOHN E. PARSE. President..
F. w. C. FipLID, - •
. DEALER L - ' •
GLUE, 'CURLED Man,
.Cerooni, Cattle Tana,,
BONES. NEAT'S FOOT ! OIL '&C '
Office and Warehouee, N 5. 194 8317.THTIELD
STREET, nearly, opposite the Post
MARBLE & SLATE MANTLES,
PITTSBURGH STEAM MARBLE AND SLATE WORKS.
Office and Warsroonx--319 and 3211. LIBERTY:
STREET. Mantle Wareroom on second flour.
Persons wanting Marble or Slate Mantles will find
it to their Interest 4o call. • Workmanship not ex
celled in any place, and prices as low as In Eastern
cities. Marble Mantles or Furniture •Slabs which
baye become discolored bn Smoke, oils or acids, can
be Marbleized and made to la ok as well as new.
There is no other place In. Western Pennsylvania
where Slate Mantles are manufactured.
All kinds of Marble Work done In the best manner.
Marble Cuttentsupplled with Sawed Marble at East
ern prices, carriage added.
• - • W. W. WALLACE.
desirable location. on Mount Washington, com
manding a delightful view of the two cities and sur
rounding boroughs. House contains nine rooms,
in elegant condition. Lot 132 feet on High street,
extending hack 330 feet to ~ a street 40 feet wide;
iron fence in front of lot. - Stable, outbuildings,
- Convenient and elegant.' Will be sold cheap.
Apply to - . .
STEEL dr. WILSON,
(Late of P. Y. W.'dc C. Railway.) -
Office, No. 79 YYDERAL STREET, R oom No. 2,
app !stairs. P. Cl. Box 50, ALLE G H ENY CITY .?
MACHINERY , of al l - descriptions, deigned. , -
BLAST FURNACE alid ROLLING HILL DRAW
INGS furrilshed. Particular attention paid to de
signing COLLIERY LOCOMOTIVES. Patents eon
d enually_ solicited. An. EVENING DRAW-,
ING CLASS for W
mechanics every ,
CARSy McCANDLESS CO.,
ttJl (Late,Wllsou, rd'arr v 0..)
WHOLESALE_ DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry , Goods .
NO. 94 WOOD STREET
Third door above plarootid alley.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be tiecived tintil.the -
115th inst.,,for LAYINUIIIIIOII. BY THE,Ttickli - ',
SAND, In accordance with the plans and-. spean.ca
tions fled et DADS -A MOSER'43.OIIIce, 4110 . Un d e r;
the direction of the Superintendent;..
CFEO. ALBREE, flecrettien.
Wood street. corner Yonrtn.
E „ . . . .. ,
1 WILL., NEEr- , ON ' IE4OII O 47" and make to order all kind* of . ~.
sing and lAnin WA(G)S k CART!!.
, ..., • 'XRUCIIitk,.I.OOUST..II 1.
. . And TURN'S re ES • '
HAY RA An roksx
At DUQUESNE WAGON WOHlGivnear the Peni
tentiary, All eneghy ty,, , , Ell J_...,., .. ..,'.
• 'WS COL OI EMAN. , I , oit• COX
varimpasALL____ , - f
t the moistifacturors. Irlfoirsalo pod stall tofl pFlea
fit 11. sad AV lat...Clartiktreat
Bole agent* for this rainy.'
NV Ail ro , ,
Btokera and Beal Estate Agents,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS: ;
TO LIVERPOOL ADAM
THE MIKAN Milli 'STEAMSHIPS,
Numbering sixteen first-class vessels, among them
CITY OF PARIS, _ CITY OF ANTWEPP.
CITY OF ROSTON. CITY OF BALTIMORE,
CITY OF LONDON,
Sailing EVERY SATURDAY, from Pler 45, North
River, New York. For passage or further informa
WII HAM BINGHAM, Jr.,
. 70 FIFTH STREET
. (Chronicle Building,).
Nearly oPposlte Poet 015 - ce, Potsburgh.
PAC - NET , LINE.
For Wheeling, Marietta, Parkersburg,
Pomeroy, Galliopolis, Big Sandy,
Ironton, Portsmouth, Maysville And
Cincinnati. ' 1 1
ST. MARTS ' T.* C. SIVE.E,SY, Master.
- nONDAVS, 5 P. IL
.ST. CHARLES ... . . ..... C. A. Dltatco. Aktister:-
• FRIDAYS, 5 P. M.
The above elegant side-wheel steamers will leave
regularly as announced, connecting at Cincinnati
'with Packets and Railroads to Imulsville, Nashville,
Memphis New Orleans and St. Louis. Also to the
Upper Mississippi and Missburl rivers.
Freight or paqisengarsreecipted through either by
rail or river.
Especial attention given to Orders and Way Busi
ness.BAßNES A. COLLINS,
ap2O 'ellll - 11EST S HASLETT. Agetits.
nt RINHA.NAN PQSTOFFICE,
J IST OF L
prll 20th, 186
'Good David._ i Mo
Grubbs Jane E,McCjoy Jane
H !McCullough II T
1 Haugh Robert Mellowel Marth
Illoulden H I. N
HUgus Maggie Nichols Annie
Harkins Kate Noble John'
Henry Ha P
Huber Joh rry n
, . !Prenkel Wm
Henry Jane ' Partner John
Henderson G W erovost MM.
Holmwood J V Price W H
. I IPulpers H C
Irwin Thos T 'Phillips Oldrieh
Powers Robt C
Jimes Rees B.
Johnston Jennie RutrJohn
Johnston Marth I Rhode Michael
Jones John A I Radcliff Tillie
Jones M - 11 l ilteedltobble
Jones Humphry i Ritter Comellus
J.abms .5 B !Robson
- -- IStevenson Mal
Brown Geo I
Brier John •
Burd Eliza A
Bucker John A
Clarke John 1'
Douthltt J SL_
Evans Sam D
Evans Anna L
.Kelly James —..venso—..ry
. I. :Sullivan 31 J
Le on a S J iStewart Wm
Leonard Kate ;Spencer Sallie
Lame T ;Storr Wm
Lang I yg' t !Smith Lizzie
, Stewart E P
'Mire Narrt • Springer W
Miller - Valentine ThomasVrank
Martin John- ITopper John 31
Mackern Jas : W
Marshall Wm (Woods Thos H
Mathews Jas S Wallace Wm
Margan Jas W • Wigley Kate-ti
Mahoney Jas IWillson Wm R
Moore Wm Woodward 9 M
• Wilson Eliztrli
wREHAN, P. M.
Faggart & Felt
- Graham Thos
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK,
No. 65 Fourth Street
CHARTERED IN 1555.
Open daily from 9 to 2 o'clock; also on WEDNES
DAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS, from May Ist
to November let, from 7 to 9 o'clock, and from No
vember let to May let, from 6 to S o'clock. •
Deposits received of all sums of not less than ONE.
DOLLAR, and a dividend of the, profits declared
twice a year, in June and December. Interest has
been declared semi-aninially-in•June and. December
since the Bank was organized, at the rate of six per
_cent. a year.
Interest, if not drawn out, is "placed to the credit
of the depositor as principal, and bears the same In
terest from the Ist days of June and December, com
pounding twice a year without troubling the depos
itor! to call,Or even to present his pass book. At
this rate money will double in less than twelve years.
Books containing the Charter, By-Laws: Rules and
Regulati ons,Tarnished gratis. on application at the
B en i G. Backofen, A. M. Pollock, M. D.,
Beni. L. Fahnestock, j Robert Robb,
James Herdman, John H. Shoenberger,
James McAuley,James Shidle,
.James B. D. 'Heeds, I Alexander Speer,
Isaac M. Pennock, I Christian Yeager.
Win. J. Anderson, Robert C. Loomis,
Calvin Adams, - Ilenru J. Lynch.
John C. Bindiey, ' 'Peter A. Madeira, •
George Black, John Marshall,
Hill Burgwin, Walter I'. Marshall,
Alonzo A. Carrier, . John B. McFadden,
Charles A. Colton, Ormsby Phillips,
John Evans,Henry L. Itingwalt,
John J. Gilespie, Wm. E. Schmertz,
William S. Haven, Alexander Tindle,
Peter H. Hunker, William Van Kirk,
Richard Hays, Isaac Whittier,
- James _ P. Worrnam
TIMASUIrEIt—CHARLES A. COLTON'.
SECItETMLY — J.A.MES . B. D. NEED'S.
GROVES tic BAKER'S
I. - I \ _
SK.WING MACHINES I
I,• I 1
IVITII LATEST IMPROVEMENTS;
At the New and Elegant Sales Rooms
OF THE COMPANY,
51 FIFTH STREET.
Also NEEDLFS,ATTACHMENTS. MACHINE
SILKS and COTTONS, THREAD. MACHINE OIL,
Ac. The citizens of 'Pittsburgh are respect
fully invited to call.
Applications for Agencies solicited. Circulars or
lamples by mall on application. Correspondence to
be addressed to
GROVER & BAKER S M CO
61 FIFTH STREET, PITTSBURGH.
S. & H. PHILIJPS.
1 868 • SPRING GOODS.IB6B .
We are now receiving_ from our own and other '
manufactories a NEW STOCK of -
'FLOOR OIL CLOTHS ,
CARRIAGE, FURNITUItE, TABLE AND
WINDOW SHADE OIL _CLOTHS,
, . .
Also, , a line of - ; • '
Traospareat *lade* IlhadeS,
atoll:tads, Shade Fixtures,
•, , , , • Tassels. Cords, 4e.. &r.
WOLESALE AND RETAIL BUYERS will dod
`our prices AS LOW OT LOWER , THA.N CAN E
B PURCHASED LSEW E, and of quality
and styles second to none.
& H. PHILLIPS,
inam3S AND 213 ST CLAIR ST.
Treniendons , Sacrifloe in Looking Waite&
PlER ovin MANne my_ eloopt stock of
fine GILT, and - TLE GLASSES, POT,
.TRAITsand.PICTURE FRASIM: also, nikeellane•
oils styles of BEDROOM GLASSES, 'Ali of whlob
nuistare sold by the let of June, • *
‘,-. Regardless of Cost.
fihbae who are In waht of flue Parlor Glasses bud a
drat-clam article of tine . gUt work . will do well to,
:give me a call.
.110 Wood street.'
but In the market; another supply , ' last ro
w id by -; r -& FLP"MLL -
Sole agent fo 'Oats cou nt •
LNG; quelltr werrantejd-r %st , the lowest
11 .=HLIPS. -
ruse.' et.- relatestret.
awiILETAINESUNA ORArtgica o o f
woes Van' , 1. 11- ardirOlot ronolad•
'prime Lemons. or 'reel rolijsl3tneea o
s ys • 4). A. AMR . gritAW•
PITTSBURGH . GAZEI4L4LISIONtiAY; 01i1 . 1 26. 1868.:
NEW, VHOICE & DESEMALBLE
STRAW AND MUDDY GOODS,
AND AltitlVlNGr 11.1VELV,
'At Nos. 77 and 79 7lfarke,t 4treet.
The largest stock . and best 'east)? tment of the above
to be found In the city. . •
Also, a Complete Line of Notions.
EMBROIDERIES, - . LACES, • •
WHITE GOODS. HANDKERCHIEFS,
GLOVES, . - CORSETS,
BRAIDS. , TAPES, BUTTONS,
FOREIGN' AOMESTIC HOSIERY. •
• PARASOLS ANDSUN UMBRELLAS.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
AT THE LOWEST MARKET QUOTATIONS.
Wholesale Rooms up Stairs.
JOSEPH HORNE & CO.
NEW GOODS: NEW GOODS!
HATS AND BONNETS.,
RIBBONS, all.widths and shades.
FRENCH AND AMERICAN FLOWERS.
ROSES, BUDS AND WREATHS.
FROSTED CRAPES AND ILLUSIONS.
WHITE, BLACK AND COLORED CRAPE. j
SPRING SHADES SILK VELVET. ,
TRIMMING LACES. all colors. •
STRAW TRIMMINGS AND ORNAMENTS. .
BONNET AND MARCELLINE SILK..
FRAMES, dc., &c. • - • •
NEW SHADES Irt-
GOOD PRINTS, at 12 Me
PURPLE PRINTS, slightly imperfect, at 1511lic
Yard WitlallLgiCHED 'MUSLIN, at 12 c.
:Heavy UNBLEACHED MUSLIN, at 12}
GINGHAMS, at itOc
GIN : GRAMS, at 12}§c
CORSETS, at .50e.
WHALEBONE CORSETS, at 8734 e
COLORED SID GLOVES. a t 75c
LADIES' RIBBED HOSE.
LADIES` PLAIN HOSE. at I.oe
CASSIBIERES, Bciys' ci•ear:
CASSIMERES. far Men's wear
LADIES• SACKING CLOTH
ALL-WOOL DEL NINES. in beautiful shades
BLACK AND COLOREDIALPACCAS
PLAIN AND FANCY POPLINS
BALMORAL AND HOOP SKIRTS
BONNETS, • HATS, RIBBONS. FLOWERS
HAIR BANDS, SLEEVE BUTTONS,
And a Variety of FANCY GOODS,
A FULL STOCK AT LOW PRICES,
Wholesale anti Retail,
AT Vrl:lM.!Uff SEDEMEE'S
180 & 182 Federal St., Allegheny.
GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS.
STOCi PURE AND FRESH.
Dealers, Gardeners and private Families
SFlll find their retintrementu fully met
Our large stock, complete assortment. and the ac
knowledged reliability of our stuff, leads us to con
fidently guarantee satisfaction to our customers.
Constantly on hand and for sale at the lowest mar
GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS.
FIELD AND LAWN SEEDS.'
, • POTATOES.
GOODRICH, • HARMON, 'BUCKEYE, WHITE
SPROUTS and CUZCO.
PIA:MEDI: 4 EG PLANTS AND 'BIILI3S.
AGRICULTURAL AND IIORTICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS AND TOOLS.
ALL BOONS 'relating tO the FARM, GARDEN
or GREEN HOUSE at puhlislters , printed prices.
Our New Descriptive Seed Cataione
Gives full descriptions of spw, BLEB MOST
DESIRABLE varieties of VLUET , AND
FLOWERS,' rtadiv, SIMPLE. and FULL instructions
for 69wIng, planting and after management—prices
in puckt.ges or by weight, by mall or otherwise, and
much other 'valuable formation . Sent to all up
pliesults enclosing 10 cents.
Nurseryman, Seedsman and Florist,
187 LIBERTY ST. PITIt3BITROIL
Sir Depot of "KNOX.% FED IT YARN and 141.11 ti
SERIES." - mtl3o:nB4:RwriT
.I(.B . TABLIBUZI , *849.. :TUB IaI2IST 12! AMER I CA?
Lightning Rod Ilanufactory,
IRON, GALYANiZINGI': "WORKS.
• -THE CELEBRATED STAR GALVANIZED
LIGHTNIII44 , RODS,
-Manufactured at, these workiktind. Sold to all parts'
,ot.the ntinent., are admitted to.be superior to any
Lightning Itod in use. Great inducements offered
to. Oddiers and all persons buying -at, wholesale.
Also; fine Flatina Points, or all kinds and patty rn s,
together with insulators, Fastenings, -Copper and
Iron ColincV n ßurs, Braces, etc.."damplos, Pam
phlets and ars sent free: - '• .•
, . ,
:•.ti';'..* - *04:4,,..0
Noe. 488 and 490 St, John St,
CARPETS; Olt - CLOTHS; &C.
ARCH : : : : : : : 1868.
THE vERir LA'T'EST
, • -
' THE ' Y NEWEST
• DOMES IC CARPETS,
ARE DAILY AR i naNG, AND SOLD SOON AS
OF MOST ELEGANT DESIGNS
English Body and TayK.lstry Brussels,
INGRAINS AND REMPS,
THE FINEST ASSORTMENT AND THE LOWEST
PRICES IN THE CITY.
A 3 CENTS PER YARD
OtIVERM"CLINTOCK & CO
No. 23 Fifth Street.
1868 SPRIN G
cw- 186 8 . STO,CH
• .AU Qualities
LOWEST PRICES IN THE CITY
SPECIAL INDI7CEMEITTS'TO THOSE WHO BUY
• TO a t m,. •
-• . -
BOYARD, ROSE & CO.,
21 Fifth Street,
tiihlo:d&wr " OVER BATE & BELL'S
MCFARLAND & COLLINS
AttE NOW 6MM:it) THEM
NEW SPRING STOCK,
PURCHASED LAST' MONTH ' FOR CASH
AND iZZ . 3IANY ItCSTANCES AT
Less than Actual Cost to Manufacture.
These Goods could not now be replaced for, be
same coat, and are offered FOR CAM& at
IVIIOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Far Below Their Present Value
AT THE PLACE WHERE BARGAINS CANAL
- WAYS BE II
THIS M D ON THE BEST
Nos. 71 and 73 Fifth Simi,
SECURITY AND COMFORT FOR
J. B. HARRIS'` SAFETY FIRE JACKET,'
Car Heater and Moderator ,
For SilltAKE. AND-ROT AIR FLUES, dispensing
with the useo.of Stoves and .Fires in or about. the
Passenger or Baggage Cars, with the attachment to
graduate the heat to any temperature that may be
desired Without the possibility. of tiring the car or
cars to which the Jacket may be attached.
Saving obtained of the United States Letters Pat
ent for a Safety Jacket,which•la warranted to resist
the most intense heat that may be Inflated to It in
the position and. purpose for which it is intended.
It is a sure protection from accidents by tire. origi
nating from defective nets; or where iron pipes are ,
asconductots for: smoke or heat. Itvis
.plicable,to all piping that may become overheated,'
and is warranted to give perfect satisfaction where
wood or other combustible material may be placed
in close proximity thereto. I am now ready to ap
ply my invention to stores, dwellings, facteries,
ships, steambouts, railroad ' cars, ac.,_ wherever
pipes as conductors are made dan g erous bybeing
overheated and security desised.• I wilt sell, on ap
• plicatlon. eas to manufacture or to use the above
invention; a lso,territorial rights, to such as may
' wish to engage in emitting privleges, either by State
or coenty. - •
at the. "NE PLUS-U L TRA PAINT,
W 011103 ,7, corner of Morris street and the Alleghe
: ny.Va t i o lig Railroad, Ninth Ward, Pittsburgh, Pa.
DUFF & - CO., Merchant Tailors,
_-_,....., - ..._. . , .., --.. ..5.4..._......
No, 34Federal St., All 'Oily
.og _ II
Have just:received &large and well aeleal4Agiack,-.ari.
, .VX"Prra 81311..rNra GOOD 1,
Eltiltaidelor a Arid class hitter's; trado: Alaiil'iiiitigiS
.INo. as amakagfp,A44z lr , gis.‘ l l?
tt P r il lk
• - A
.oerlees left.ilare or at nand Street, rßriftilirill VS
calve prompt attentio tifagoriv ranalogla
burgh sad AUMltear. 5p7:54
STREET, above Wood
1 11.3; Adapted to this Itlarket,'
BY PALMEB & PHILLIPS.
PALMER & PHILLIP,S,
And Commission liferchainto,
OPERA HOUSE AUCTION ROOMS,
No. 60 Fifth Sheet, Pittsburgh, Pa.
BOOTS, SHOES, . CARPETS,
Dry Goods and Notions,
AT PRIVATE SALE DAY AND EVENING
Consignments Solicited. .Prompt Re.
• 13=MON, VUHOOK & VOLELJANII
LARGE AND PEREMPTORY '
'RT.V,GANT SID= WARE,
French Clocks, Parlor Ornaments, &c.
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, April 211 st and
93d, at 2 and 734 o'clock - P. M., at
MASONIC HALL AUCTION ROOMS,
55 and t7--Fifth 'Street.
Special attention is asked to this sale by thosd de
siring either a complete or partial Silver Ware fur
:Mamma. being the largest - Mid the finest lot ever
offereciat sale in this city.
The goods are late and Vecherche styles and pat- •
terns. manufactured 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 aud. varied Tea Seta; Urns: Dinner, Tea and
Pickle Castors: Cake,Card and Fruit Baskets,Stands
and Servers. Ice, Syrup and Cream Pitchers and
Trays; Magic, Iteralving and Plain Butter Dishes:
Egg, Celery and Salt Stands; Oyster, Soup and
Sauce Tureens and Ladles; Fruit, Jelley and Berry
Dishes; Fine Wine Stands; Ice and sugar Bowls;
Butter and Cake. Knives; Salad and Pickle Stands;
large and small Walters; 'Salt, Mustard and Egg
Spoons; Tea. Dinner,Desert 'Forks and Spoons;
Goblets. Mugs, Cups Napkin Rings, Knife 'teats,
Spoon Holders. Call Bells, Spoons, and a variety of
articles too numerous to mention.
Also. tine French Clocks. superb styles; Boquet
Vases, fancy articles. Sc., Ac.
The attendance of the ladles is asked In particular.
Goods on exhibition' aid examination on and after
the 18th lust.
.M 1 M3MAITh.
. BY A. WILWAINB. _
A SIGNEV S SALE.-BOOK AC
COUNTS. JUDGMENT, Id.
WAY EVENING; April 21st; at 736 o'clock,
will be sold, ou second door of Commercial Sales
Booms. 106 Smithfield street, by order of John H.
Bailey, Esq., Assignee in Bankruptcy. the follow
ing property, late of Hegarty do Fullmer, bankrupts,
viz: One Judgment and sundry Book Accounts,
against various debtors.
aplB A. McILWAINE, Auctioneer.
RANK RAILROAD 'STOCKS,
UNION IRON MILLS,'&c.
EVENING. April 21st. at 71¢ o'cloc * k.
will- bei sold, on second floor of Commercial Sales
Rooms. 1100 Smithfield street:
• 30 sharekAllegneny Valley R. R.
10 shares Keystone Savingi Bank.
• 15 shares Coal Men's Trust Co.
03 shares Union Iron Mills, Ninth ward.
50 shares Union Transportation Company, Red
I Star Line.
shares Bank of Pittsburgh. '
• A. McILVJAINE, AuctiOneer.
OUS KINDS OF GUNPOWDER,
MANITF'ACTUBED BY THE
HAZARD POWDER COMPANY,
ARTHUR. KIRK, Agent,
Office, 172 and 174 FEDERAL STREET,
Electric Nos. 1,2, 4 and 5 grain, in Square
Canisters, 1 lb. each
American Sporting, in Oval Canisters of 1 lb. •
Dusk Shooting, Nos. I, 2, Saud 4 grain, in
Oval Canisters of 1 lb. each '
- Indian Rifle t
_in Oval Canisters :of 1 lb. each..
Kentucky Rine, in Oval Canisters of 1 lb. eacb,
KentuelvE 'file t in Oval Canisters of lb. each
(25 one Oval Canisters in a case.)
(50 half lb. .• do. do. do.)
Kentinky R 1 e, YFYG, YEG, -and "Sea Shoot
ing" po, in kegs,M His
Kentucky Ride, IFG, FFG4 and "Sea Shoot
ing" FG, in keits,l2% lbs
Sentticky Rtile, FFFG, FYG, and "Sea Shoot
ing" FG. In kegs, 0.1 lbs
Deer Powder s in kegs, 25Ibs - • •• •
Mining and Shipping Powder, Mining F, Fr,
and Fry grain net cash; In; egs. ? 3.1b8 '
Safety Pits° for 'Blasting, of superior quality,
in'packages of SO feet_and over..
Delivered free of expense on board of Boat or
Railroad, In rlttepurgh or Allegheny.
FOR FRAGRANT TEAS,
• CHOICE COFF.HE,
P - txre Eirrolcsess,
I . ROBINSON'S )
No. 20 Fifth Street.
OFFICE OF THE TBSASUBRIt OF ALLEGHENY CO, t
PITTSBURGH. April. Ist., 1868. I
TN PURSUANCE of the fist Sec
.& lion of an Act relating. to Allegheny county, ap
proved the let day of May, IBM and of the anienil
meat to Said section, approved the 30th _day of
March 1 8 88 , I hereby_ give notice that the Dupli
cates of the several Wards, Boroughs and Town
ships 'WILL BE OPEN and I will he prepared to
County, _ State, Poor, york-honse and
Bounty Ta.xe4 for 1868.
— On and after the Ist day. of ?day, 1808, said taxes
can be paid at this oiflce until the /et dayof August,
Deduction or Five, Per ,Cent . Discount
for - Prompt payment, to .anyPertMl lB- bariltE the
'WHOLE .ABIOUNT of their taxes.
There will he no deduction. allowed durini the
month of August. There will be TEN PER 0 biT.
ADDED to all taxes remaining unpaid on the let
day of September3BB.-- t , • ' • •
c.• , ? ,1 4 . It DENNISTON;
Treasurer of Allegheny County.
OFFICE OF CITY ENGINEER WC) SURVEYOR,
rittiEttrilb:APTll 18th, 1E188..,
NOTICE TOVON=ACTOBS.` "
Sealed Prop:main tir °Ming, Paving atniturbing
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ALLEGHENY writ Err, lkom Penn to Liberty at.:
• SMALLMAX STREET, front Morton to Tayfor at.
CENTRE'AVENUV, front Dlnariddie to. Ellrkpot
- rick atreot. . - • •
MULBERRY ALLEY ibion:Clyraeito Sculpt at,'
MULBERRY ALLEY, from Smith to Taylorat..,
Will' bit re.cetindnitite".ollic4nt they City Engineer ,
until SATURDAY, April 515titi.1888.7 Specieca
. Don* lard blanks for bidding can" be hid-bp calling
: at this office: '
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MrNOTICE.—The *gular An
..nual Meeting of the
Great National Petroleum Company
Will take place at the Office of the Company. No. 10
St. Clair street. on WEDNESDAY, April 25iId.
.1868, at 10 o'clock A. M. • aplikoal
A. P. A.—The members of the
JOHN KNOX and ALLEGHENY LODGES, Nos.. ,
and 54, of the American Protestant Association,
will hereafter meet at the corner of FEiERAD
STREET and STOCKTON AVENUE, Allegheny.,
First meeting. WEDNESDAY EVENLNG, the
22d inst.. at o'ciock.
A SMART, INTELLIGENT BOY,
For a pupil, and to act as assistant to a Mechanical
Engineer. Premium required.. .
Address Box 50, I'. 0.,-Allegheny City, Pa. -
'ANTED: -A GOOD GERMAN
GARDNER. A sober, industrious married
man, with a small family, to take charge of and lire
on a garden farm within nineteen miles of the city.
There is a good brick house of six rooms, kitchen',
ball and cellar; for the gardener:to occupy, audio
whom liberal wages will be paid, for one that is com
petent and trustworthy. Fur particulars inquire of
G. H. TOWER. Real Estate Agent,
No. 1.1114 Fourth 8t.., Pittsburgh.
WANTED: -AGENTS FOR THE
OFFICIAL HISTORY OF THE WAIL• Its
Causes, Character, Conduct add Results. By HON.
ALEXANDER H. STEI'HENS. A Book for all
'sections and parties. ,
-This great work presents the only complete and
impartial analysis of the Causes of
..the War yet pub
lished, and gives tho” Interior lights and shadows
of the great conflict only known to those high officers
who watched the flood-tide of revolution from its
fountain springs, and which were so accessible to
Mr. Stephens from his position as second officer of
. be Confederacy.
•The intense desire every where manifested to ob
tain this work, combined with an In creased commis
sion, makes It the best subscript) in book ever pub
One Agent in Easton. Pa.. reports 72 subscribers
in three days
Another in Boston reports 103 subscribers in four
Send for circulars and see oar terms, and a full de
scription of the work, with notices of therm-4s. &c.
Address, • . '
NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
m1:19 unioo:dia • Philadelphia, Pa.
F OR SALE-CHEAP.
A lot of TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
RRITTANIA WARE, WATER COOLERS, GRATE
one SAFE, DESK, large up
right SHOW CASE. SHELVING. large REFIIIO4. -
EItATOII, all of 'Which wlll.be sold low to quit busi
Containing four rooms; hall and finished attic, sit
uated at No. 122 Elm street. Sixth ward, opposite
the foot of Decatur street.
Enquire of Capt. CHARLES W. MAY,
apt7:oBl No. 49 Congress street, Pittsburgh.
A good ONE-HORSE.SPRING WAGON, lIORSE
and HARNESS. Also, a full outfit of BROOM
MAKING MACHINES. Will be sold cheap:
Apply at No. 135 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Allegheny City. - tiP17:077
A RIVER BOTTOM FARM OF 76 ACRES. 19
miles from the city, In Elizabeth township, Alle
gheny county, Pa., on the Youghiogheny river, one
half mile from Eirod's Station, on the Connellsville
railroad; near churches, schools, stores, &c., in the
flourishing villages of Boston and Green Oak. The
improvements are a two-story briak house of six
rooms, hall and cellar, a good triune bank barn with
stabling underneath, and otheroutbuildings; a well
of good standing water at the door; and several
standing springs of water on the farm, and an of- •
chard of 700 trees of selected fruits of apples, cher
ries, pears, peaches. quinces and grapes. This prop
erty being located Bear the line of the railroad,
within one hour's ride of the city, makes it very de- -
sirable for gardening or a dairy farm; it is also a
good and beautiful location for country homes near
the city, lying humediately ou the river, on the op
posite side from the railroad. The West Newton
Accommodation and other trains on the railroad af
ford certain and frequent opportunities of daily
communication to and from ths ecity. Will be sold
as a whole or lu lots of one acts or more, to suit pur•
Also. A FARM OF 173 ACRES, situated
Clair township, Westmoreland county, Pa., near
the line of the Pennsylyania Railroad 'at Houston .
Station. The improvements are a - two-story fratne , -:
house, with six rooms and good cellar, a framebanX '
barn 40 by 60 feet, and other outbuildings. There
is on the place n young apple and peach orchard;
120 acres cleared land. divided into fields of conve
nient size. a large portion of which are well set in
clover and timothy; the residue of said tract eov
ered with good timber. It is well watered and un
derlaid 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 personal
property on the premises. consisting of - horses,
cows, stock cattle, hogs and poultry, harness, gears,
wagon, plows, fare:dug implements and household
and kitchen furniture. Together xlll be soldvery
, low and on easy terms, to a responsible.Purehaser.
I Also, n desirable and very fertile Tract of Land of
158 ACRES AND 25 PERCHES, in Elizabeth Tp.
Allegheny county, Pa., on the line of the Hemplield
railroad, and one and one-half miles from the Con
nellsville railroad at Snter's Station. On this farm
are 40 acres of superior white oak timber, which
alone is now worth one-half the price asked for the
whole tract- The improvements arc, a Jog house,
frame barn, good fearing, and an apple orehard.of
good fruit. It is well s atered and underlaid with
limestone and flag stone of a superior quality, with
stone coal for the use of the farm.
Also, ,- The best FARM in Fairfield township,
Westmoreisnd county, - Pa., of 250 ACRES. about
six miles south of the Pennsylvania Central Rail--
road at Bolivar Station: Tile improvements are two
large hewed log dwellings; one of the largest and
best frame barns in the township; two apple or
elta.•ds, in good bearing condition; corn crib, wagon
. underd other outbuildings. Tile whole farm is
a high state of cultivation; fencing all in first
rate order, and the land of the best quality of lime
stone soil, about 200 ac;es of which is cleared and
the residue of the tract in good...thaber, Such as
white oak, rock oak, hickory, walnut and beech.
This property will be sold very cheap and on good
terms, as the owner- wishes to engage in other bast
, nessr For particulars enquire of ..
By order of Trustees
THOS. H. CARGO, 'crefary
No. 153 WOOD STREET
A NEW BRICK HOUSE,
G. H. TOWER, 164 Foitrth Street.
F OR SALE. --
Properti near Mims&l4 for Sale. -
A very desirable piece of land of 10 acres, having
an orchard of about 3 acres and a good frame house
of 5 rooms and cellar: a spring of never falling wa
ter near the house: Located on an elevation about
ll of a mile west of Mansfield Station, on the Pan
handle it. R. To he sold as a whole or in lots, to
suit purchasers, from 2 to 5 acres.
Inquire of DANIEL. SWOGEIt. Real Estate and
Insurance Agent, No. 77 Federal street, Allegheny
City r ou second door. ,
'" FOR SALE.'
A good frame dwelling
.of five. rooms , 'large ball,
finished attic and good cellar, with lot 21 by 12w
feet 9 Inches, situate No, 130 , Adams street,.l3l:th
'ward, Allegheny City, which will be sold low and on
good terms, as the owner wishes to leave the city.
Inquire of DANIEL MODER: Ne. 77 Federal
street, Allegheny Cita on second floor.
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE.—Two good lots on
Sheffield street; one lot on Adams street; one lot on
Franklin strect• three small lots on Chartiers street,
Allegheny. A lot. lu East Liberty, being lot, 114:4 I&
on Dennison avenue. A number Of lots on 'Jacks
inquire of DANIEL SWOGER, No. 77 Federal
stree Allegheny City, second floor. .
A Farm of 70 Acres, 60 of which are cult'-
ei C :;,,:.:l
vat , and balance In timber, having 10 acres of
oreturd, consbstin of apples, peaches and pears; a,
good log house of g 6
rooms and cellar; a good log
barn I arm, well watered.ibaving a good spring,
near the door; 50 acres underlaid - with coat. Situ
ate Imiles northwest of iAllegheny City, and 4
mile from liewlckle.yor Glendale Station. on the P.
F.ll . &C. R. IL Terms easy. '' -Inquire at 77 Fed
eral treet Allegheny City,isecond floor.
-14._ _____ FOR - SAILE-SEVERAL
BUILDING LOTS on Observatory 11111, Second
ard, , Allegheny Clty, arei offered for- sale—cheap.
The location la a ',Try:desirable one, comtnandinga;
fine view of both cities, Is ezisy of access, and there
is abundance of atone on, the . ground for building
pursues. Apply 110071 at Ithe - paint shop of me..'
CO AN &-: SNYDER, Allegheny- Diamond, at
TH OFFICE, or on the f premises, near the Ob
aeryatory Building. A . • , - nth2s:nu
pESIIRABLIE ENI I II STREET:
RESIDENCE FOR RALE.--Three-atory brick'
anise. well built and conveniently arranged; wide
hall, large parlor, dining-rbom and kitchen, cellar,
wash room,...etc.:Aft:Well Tier -rooms, -baths:MT,
gas Elsturetmall the room vitt, wrap "anew,
Lot extends back to an a ley:- bri47:k - stable on the._
'alley; all in complete ordeil. Apply to •
. - 4.9trar...
avid . nearsiatt Atentsi 85. Sul Ithncld
. AND AT ROIALEWOOR. • -
Twenty Acres of Land for sale 'at Homewood
Station, I'. R. R., Immediately - opposite residences •
or Dee. Vandevort and Dupuy, and being the most'
desirable property, ..tor Country, residences In the r
inquire of U..P. MILLER . No. 83 Fifth street,
dr - orS. E. HILLER, near the.premismw. ' apl7:on
MID'S LIVERY' ANDRALE STAIILE.one tfne
LY ROME iltanv thre' DAPPLE iiIMY.
HORSEM one LARGE GRAGGRT ROESpLtheee •
.lILACIC MARES; two _GREY MARE . • Itrißar
near Monongahela noose. - .
Hones Dght and sold oneotaintaaton.... '4 . .. .:
It I LVE 11411ADING 3 - . 91 . 41tOireW itlyv
dowt,_of the dliterant,todt!ti k for aale
and 2!II Midi; .•. • -
*pi& , t 3 I ../N all.,loiiiy,Lank.7:.)