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Ntw ADVERTISEMENTS. -
CH P GEES Pon THE PEOPLE......`
ritjre ffilifiVi l e *L ra -
Wit always be - outset As most couplets assortung
Vase. aninattlost aad tipet.'
JWaelmil, *eh. in tes e. All kinds of Gana
a POW* ealwatin Wired. - MO+ Pak i lLor -
ARMY RIFLES' and R °LEERS. Bata p .
for Wuunued Oiretaar: . Amato Wanted' en
town in the Unita States.; elddreee. i • H..710114A
IIIITON; 179 BentthAtht *red. .Plgebtg/04. -
ItgrefOßtit Ile PURTIANCE, ' . '
Register ii lialtroptey for s33d District.
Office, lie FEDERAL - STREET,. ALLEGHENY
Met h0U294) K. its
la'ST. ANDREW'S .CEDURCIIO
- services of this Cheireh
will be held on NEXT SABBATH DAY, the I.4th
init.. lathe ettAPEL- of theIIETHODIS'f COL,
LEGE, Hancock street, In 'the rear or Christ
Church, (Methodist.) Penn street.
By order of . THE RECTOR.
SPICED-otrrEits AND CLAMS.
. A fresh supply of extra Spiced Oysters sad
Vlaral pet, u - p.in apart Jarsbottles, expressly for
family use, lust received *ad for sale by the case or
single bottle, at the Iramilr . Orocery Store of
jel2 JOHN A: riztitsilaw. •
' Oor. Liberty and Band streets.
• A. 1.1
J. I. MA-118.1:1AX.414
NAB'EZ3IONiEDiIi 1911.i9E9Tf. 0*El!
Jen:rso:dar A feiw doors above it: Clair...*
Toll REM .
Two New Three-Story W a rehouses,
pittenon , . row, riv• e • near
t t; Adipt u i nk ' Llbe tie' i'
the Union Depot; will be ready for occuptutey by
15th instant. Inquire at,
jell:rs3 ' • 141 WOOD OrDltirr.
. . . .
STRAY • '
Strayed frOnitlie o f
Lawrenceville. on Tiregda
weighin g about-1;00o' iiliinds;• - •AnY person re.
turnings/le said cow will tie , liberally rewarded.
- .- • P. WELSEABERGEB,
JtisXeystorie 1)11 Works, Lawrenceville.
WESTERN DISTRICT of PENN—
T a P t a t 13 e
Pittsburgh Cll ' I La i l i d v a g
notice of his a point-
„a teens as Assignee of idl3l4D S. - HANNA. Of
' l'ittsburgn: in thweonnty ofAllegheny and State of
Pennsylvania.• within said district. who has been
adjudge noon a a bankrupt nootl own
,petition; by the
District Court of said district. •
, JOHN If. BAILEY. Assignee.
jer.nr6l-W : Attorney -at-Law. 89 (rant street.
IirThILNDISTRICT of PEN/II•
A Pitt/Mulch, the .I.lthdiy. iifJune: A. D. UMW.
f, Th e itt u iVfl ga signed h o e r lehElVl,ll7Bolshl:fatitPe°lel_ty
, and county of All and State of Pennsylva
-4 314, .wittun sal& dLstriet; who has been adjudged a
bankrupt on' his own-petition'by the District Court
of - said disdrict.• - : • • -
• Jolla A BAILEY Assign
' * : Attorney-lii-Law;"B9 brut atieeet.
4:31116 , WEE SALZ-VLOTH; CAB
pA.Y Jane 313,1; at 1Q VOloek.
by order of ,A. Lewis, Esq., •Assilknee of J.
*. H. Boasbousen. In -bankruptcy. milt be sold. at
Conunercial , Bales Rooms,' lull xmllblleld street ,
an assortment of Yancy and Six-quarter Casslolerea.,
Black Doeskin Casstmeres.-Bnpertne Broad.Cltaks,
Beaver Clotb e illilk and Cashmere Vest-tags. Farm- ; Drilllny. Silesia. Colored Cam.'
brie. Taylor's Canvas. - Pent. Vest and Coat
lea - Auctioueei.
APPUCATION TO Mr ATA,Ttiffi
IN TRIC BOROUGII_, (IF E. EnameciaaJE.
Ity/lui!ptdri*tavmx. Zara ofE. Blri3altqakiun
Thi itemise Ralik will sit forhesthiethe 'shove
apptioathin‘ OD WEDNESDAY, 'the 17th dap. - of
Jette;ll.BBB, at 9 o'ciock A.
JOIM G. atom, Clerk.
$20,000 TO LOAN,
ON sorris AND aroxtTG.sci..,
N r- 1 8 4 , E 3t: Mn;., 11 ,WT 0 ,D.n4T8•
gli gag ar- 4 WILSON,
, Broker i ; at Rea Fsiate,Agents,
.No. 66 Smithfield Street.
IL MARSHAL'S OFFICH,
• W. It. of Pennsylvania.
• ItxTestmos. June 10, 11188.
i•PAULROZ " -ra. • STRAMSOAT
AI i tgI w IL K LOAD October Tenn, 1888. In
fly virtue( ofiCeriidUtoni espoet issued out (alibi
District Court Of ibe ` olted 'EcAtext Wettern DM.
Wet of Peuraylvaata, and to wi , directed. I will ex-,
pose to:'melte sale ..on the sitamoAr or JUNE
A. D. AWL at ' 10 o'clock A. X. at,tbe CUSTOM
110IISE. in tbe City or PlMeMst
m the Steamboat.
=a4 l ,4l; 4 iMilfgrE-111 11 1 , P!•:r`P'... l “l/o,?';? 3 ,Lllnklit 4 enr, ;
THOS. A. ROWLET_,
jellittlf= • H.S.' ,Western-Disiticl.
LACE E°o 11§ t: • -
No. 17 "NA
A Weise samMtael4 pt
2 011 4 • 6 0 3 r4""n"i5,
"Obvirs , n•inak•rekierit
ra:assii arms anamigims.
Opal= OP Coterie)Wait Or Att , taWitNr CO.
,I , arsilisustiti, !ruse littit, VMS.
.ss,Aurp_rnoros4r.., will he reeeleed at this
claim Until IWTH include; roe putting in
sae attinu up in the County/titan. with Unit class
work* t4PC O / 14 : 4 1 11 $
PIPE, - CLAMPS, dro.,,
_ . • As dfrectethy thistan Eneer: '• ! •
3851ftet 13g Inch Galvanised Iron Pipe.
Night 1,3 i, Inch Globe Val V ea, brass.
Your I Inch lilons, galvanised. „ -. • • -".
%tight, lack, Vs, ~ - , do. -•' , . - ...
Forty 1 Inch • -,, do.
ch Globe Valves,hrass.
'O5 tangos, Gaskets 'and- Bolts on' flte4 en Ingell,
, wlusAm necessary books, fastenings, Au
Blds must state Ilietr pine *lll be allowed Ibr old
insterlal renewed:- -
Gy order of Board oflnspector Of Allegheny
County Prlson.• ' . ..,
Sells.s: ' IMMIX LAMIOCRT Con troller.
C9FITEN. 4!L .CANCTI42IP7
..9W,OLD'i,titriattiiir itninmerarts, 1 09 V.
Dkiesimi9/412440 4 1 „NoTrir• , '
CAthEllelifiril** and *mines&
;, . • ..., .-- ..- , •
iiIACIE LOA - # l ' A 2141 4";
GOLD; STEEL,JitiIY AMAPA PENS;
, niTivccetat GOck, . . •,. r)
Gold Idecuntaid Papilla, -alma f l Fld er.
, •-• ~ and *wars,;: , • • •,,
'- # '' - you mug B
` --,' -
W. 11. ' , HAVEN. '' 1
... - :Flints! and!. St.atiolli Piff •. •
104 'Mar street: Comer Wpod ,
jellati ".• • • ."- ' ' ' '
I ONIE - A I IfINVIOW'SELAIDEI4 -of
la any color and 'p Adze requlredixtb, bolder. •
• lila Fp Vel i zthe w m
at wat i tor saa
r 19148101C1F Wit-'
Fuerriuttrur FLO "
jpte,ror sale by
r ~-, ,
ERIOS,WHITE DUCK SACKS
Dent's Brown Sacks.
Gent , * Alpaca) Sacks.
Gent's Flannel Racks.
Gent , * RMi. Duck Pants it Vett*.
Dent's Benicia Duck Pants & Vests,
A FULL ME OF StWR _GOODS.
Al 1311UNSE. STOGIE.
All the Novelties of the Season
''oo 'Bc t aa.lB,
A IGNMEIS ' NOTICE OF Al'.
'4ll POINTMENT. e ; . - • - • .
In thebistrict Court of the 'Milted Etatei for the
'Western District of Eenusylvarda. In the matter
of HERMAN VEEDEri Bankrupt. In' Bank
ruptcy, No. vps, . ,
TO `wriox rr - M r coizcgint s—Prhe undersigned'
heretry, gives notice of his appointment as Assignee
of HERMAN VEEDER, of Allegheny City, In the
county Allegheur,. sad' State of Pennsylvania,
within said District, who has been adjudged a bank
;rapt upon his. corn -ratio's ! , ,by t the Districourt
• of said District.' "
Dated . at Pittsburgh, Pa., the .11th day of June,
J. W. BIRkElt, Assignee.
jel2:AB..r Attorney-at-Law. MS Fifth street'.
C9NC .. 4;1=1
WARRANTED rota. ":Our native' Wines' are
highly reeonunendee foe gseratneritil nitrposel.
HARMS ar. 3VanliG,
Clymer. of Liberty & 'Wayne Streets,
1312:M2 , . e .
Dried Beef and Beef Tongues
BEST BRANDS AND CHOICEST CTRL
_t . Alarge,ck of 41154 SVGA , CUBED ~
MIS . AND BEEP ' TONGUES
The largest stock In - the' market, of STRICTLY•
Good FAMILY HAW% canvassed nr
rribwilhdaelarg: stout ol e h t li2llLDlN9 a
in tierces, kegs anS buckets, all of which we are
offering to the trade as low as the lowest, at Mr,
339 and 331; corner PENN and WAYNE STS.
JemssF: SELLERS & CO.
NEW 'Sri IFEL. ,
Grocory and Provision Co.
Have opened a lane assortinent of
FAMILY CROCERIEB, -
AT THEIR • NEW STORE,, '
No. 980 PENN STREET,
Witten will be sold at
VERY LQW RATES.
letaa as a nay anitbe convinced.
REMEMBER THE IitiKBER,
. . • • • .
080 PENN ST
' There area very few 'bares of IitTOCIE FOR
SALE, at the old price of $5O. _ Jell BSI
NEW GOODS !
NEW - GOODS I
E.8711A GOOD MIIBLIN AT leMe.
ILEAVY'IINBLEACRED MUSLIN AT MO.
BEET DELAiN*tett tires, AT Mo.
TAN OCrLORIM ALPAOCAS, AT sew.
8ATf13!H(4M 7 .4:K,)M,), QUILTS, AT $l.6S3i.
-011.011 GRAIN SEM, cheap.;
FANCY MMUI4 rMINI3.
Aix woos. Dimusis;
NV 3 Vg%a4llallel•
MAIN AND STRAP= JACONNT.
" 7243, M A l i S egala C N,
1811311 =WEN, /la.
Eat P , .
COTTON E I J f ' i[BBELk*E, -
Ems, sissolm =mum
A Large,ad caredu7 ,44'd
AT VERY , LOW 'PRICES
No. 47 BT. CL.AIR'EMBintT.
CAYABILi WI SE,
ANGELICA WINS )
II 4i. M. 137
A LARGE STOCK OF
; , W. : ;`44 , ...57:
.Are now finished, arid ire operation. , Sixty miles of
:reek have been laid tills spring; and the worlealong
the whole line between the Atiantle and Pacific
States ts being pushed forward more rapidly than
ever belbre. )tore than twenty thousand men are
employedotrui it is not, impossible that the entire
track, from Omaha to Sacramento, will be finished
in 1869 Instead of 1810. The means provided are
ample. and all that energy, men and mosey can do
to secure the completion of this
GREAT NATIONAL.. WORK,
-At the earlleskyweeible day, will be done.
The UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY
L'--A GOVERNMENT GRANT of the right of wag.
, and all necessary umber and other materials
' found along the line of its operations. •
IL—A GOVERNMENT . GRANT of 131,800 acres
of land to the mile, taxes In alternate sections
on each side of Its road. This Is on absolute do
nation, and will be a source of , large revenue In
111.—Nk GOVERNMENT GRANT of. United States
Thirty-year Bonds, amounting to from 018,000
to $441,000. per mile, according to the difficul
ties to be sarmonnted on the various sections to
be built. The Government takes a second mort
gage as seeurltY, and it la eapected that not only
the. luterest„.but , the principal .mount may be .
paid in services 'rendered by the Company in
transportinz troops, malls, dc. The interest is
now mach more than paid in this way, besides
iecuring a great saving in time tad money to the
IV.-11,GOVERNIUCET QUART of the right to
issue Its own FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS,.to
aid in building the road, to the mane amount as
• the U. S. Bonds, Wined for the same ImvP9se.
and - no alert. The Government permits the
Truiteeit for the First Mortgage Bondholaers to
deliver the Bonds to the Company only as the
road is eompletedl. and after it has been examin
ed by United States Commissioneni and pro
financed to be in all respects a first-class Kafi
r road, laid with a heavy T rail, . and completely
, supplied with depot., *titian., ? turnouts, ear
' shops:. locomotives...ems
Ir.—A CAPITAL STOCK • SUBSCRIPTION from
the stoektioldera, of which OVER EIGHT MIL
LION DOLLARS have been veld In upon the
work already done, and which will be increased
as the wants of the Company require.
VI. NET CASH EARRINGS on its Way Rosiness,
that already amount to MORE TEAK , . THE IN
TEREST on the Pint Mortgage / Bonds. These
earnings are no indication of - the vast through
business that must follow the opening of the line
' to the ratite; but they -certainly prove that
FIRST MORTCACE BONDS
upon such a property, coating nearly three time.
their amount, ARE BECURE BEYOND ANY
Company bate anundant means in their
trealtury, and make no-appeal to the nubile to put.
ehaie their Bolide, as the daily alatiscrlptions are en-
Weir satisfactory; but they submit that, for entire
security and liberal returns, there is certainly no
'better investment in the Market. -
The Union Pacific Bonds are for .1,000 eacb, and
have coupons attached. They have thirty years to
ran, and bear annual interest, payable on the ant
date of January and July, at the.Company'e Office
In the City of New York. at the rate of six per cent.
in gold. The Ptiluclpsd is payable In gold at matu
rity. At the present rate of gold, these bonds pay
an annual income on their cost of
NEARLY NINE PER CENT.,
AND . IT IS BELIEVED THAT THEY WILL
SOON BE AT A PBEMIL'3I.
The Compsuy reserre the right to advance the
price of their bonds to a rate above par at any time,
and will not 111 any orders of receive any sal:merit.
limn on the looney has not been actenlly paid
at the Company's *Tee berate the time of such
Parties subscribing will malt tbe par value of the
bowls and the accrued interest In currency at the
rate of 'Ls per cent. per annum, from the date on
which the last coupon was Subscriptions will
be received In Pittsburgh by -
JAMES T. SHADY & Co., corner of Wood
and TourthStreetst •
HART, CAUGHEY & Co., corner of Wood
Ind Third Streets:,
R. MoCLEAN & CO., lb Fourth Street:
PR. R. ICIPATZ. corner Sib and Wood Sta.;
noi3tar SON BROS., VI Fourth street;
AND IN NEW YORK
At Ski Ceispaars Ofies. No. AO Nassau
IlsramS, and by
JONCII CIUKIO & 11034 Baskets. No. 59
Wall. Street, sad by the Compeers advertieed
agents throughout the tlalttld States.
Iteujittanoes should be made t o drafts or ether
thuds par in New York, and the Bonds will be sent
free or eharge- by . return express. • Pattie' sub
scribing through local agents, will look to them for
;heir safe delivery.
r A PAMPRLILT AND MAP YON 1861 has -just
been pebitshed by the Company, giving !Idler in
formation than Le possible in an advertisement, re.
'pectins the Progress, of the Wm*, the Resources
of the Country 'traversed by the Mood, the Means
for Construction, and the Vakie of the Roads, which
will be sent free on application it the Company's
oftlces, or to any ofthe advertfted` agents. •
JOHN J. MOO, Treasurer,
`PAP TAN , LOTION,".
FOR BEAIITEFTING THE SKIN AND .COM.
FLEXION. liemoves all Eruptions, Freckles,
Pimples. Moth Blotches. Tan, etc.. and renders the
Elkin Mt, lair and blooming. For Ladles In the
Nursery it is , Invaluable. For Gentlemen. alter
sharing it has no equal. "PAPHIAN LOTION"
la the on reliable remedy for diseases and blem
ishes of the skin.
. IPSALON'S "WWI SOAP"
For the Toilet. Nursery and Bath; wi ll not chip the
skin. PriCe, cents per cake.
union DE stag* - "..
A new Perfinne fbr the Handkerchief.. Exquisite,
delicate, lasting huges t :we. !laid by ell Bniggisits.
11 1 1¢IfilAN It SObf,2rew vet*.
THE S T E P /1 " 84) ,N HOUSE,
St, CatharkBB,i ontaiko, Canada,
Wttt be Opened tel the rseep4aof visitors on
RIONIYAIry . ".18th'Y, , MileS.
This IliffiT CLASS NOM hie been therm:Oily
repaired, refunibthed and a spion 4, ,
BILLIARD WU AIM BDW to AM=
hu been added to the building, , The great curative
relrtli t y I s e ligt i Merb t :itits w` wirt extremely "ltu'reep 4 .
valid tor his visit, and tuaiimuseWent ann y comtort
atbarded to the tepriet, .be ce ain to make his
stay both tteaote andtnteresting. PY-Tur
COAL! COAX, . - .
30,009 : Btdl. Nut and Lump Coal l
To be delivered In the yard of the ifOtrEVE. 4 OB
REFUGE. Clog, to be subJeof to weight, and nut
Into the bins during July and Aulaiet. •
proposals to IN) left at the 0111r,e of the Institution,
r •No. 07 vomit" Street,
Oa or bitire aims lora, is no on .
3 Weeder et the
600 =tit. P. B. PoTATOESt
40 0 PAIBO . LIT 011ICHIMS;
1411111 1/ I ° 2l a o'INAVOrio
So. Tli Watoi'strooti
FRIDAY, jIINF, 12, 1868
;jI 'l['] I.(s)j:1
100 1". cl " 2 " ° s l,l "W i PEs;
.- -- .
Sewing Silic Fringe,
IN ALL CO RS AND S 4DES.
14 ASOLS, ' •
I FRINGED, BEAD , SATIN AND PLAIN.
1 ' 'G L VE S l
IN BILE, LISLE AND CO N.
TOE GENTS, LADIES AND O H rissir.
PAPER COLLARS • & C UFFS,
FOR LADIES AND GENTL i Sr.
ISE, DR.AWERS, GOWNS AND WALISTS.
. , 1400 SKIRT ,
f IN ALL TH NEWEST 8 ES.
OUR WHITE GOODS DEP T] ENT
IS COMPLETE. I
• Fine assortment of DOTTED NETS
GRENADINE, TISBI7E, ETC.
/Few Goods -Arriving .Icsity.
az,A.cittrat CILYDE & CO.,
TB and SO Market Street.
AT JOSEPH !HORNE &
DAILY ARRIVAL OF
INTIAW (40 17.0
• HAMBURG EDGINGS AND FL lINCTNGS;
HAMBURG INSERTI NOS:
SWISS EDGINGS AND INSER NGS;
LACE CAPES, COIFFEURS. A D PARASOL
LINEN COLLARS AND CUFFS.
SUPER STOUT AND SUPER F COTTON
AND =RIND 1-2 HOSE;
LADIES' AMAX'S:SEW HOSE:I Laee, Ltele,
Slik sod Cotton, of best En Ilsb and Ger.
DOMESTIC HOSIERY, at very lo rates; .
ALEXANDRE'S DUCHESS in GLOVES , a
new line Just received.
A full assyrtment of BULLION AND SILK
R TASS F EL FRINGES.
BEAD FRINGES AND Tllllllll GS;
TRIMMING RIBBONS AND SAT. Sy
PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS.
At greatly reduced rates;
New style HATS—Ladles , and Mims.
CRAPES 31ALTNE3_, DOTTED NETTS;
RIBBONit Ii FLOWER,S, • •
MILLINER SI LKYACES,
BONNET S, FRAMES,
BUNDOWNS AND SHARER HOODS,
Wholesale and' Retail.
CALL AND EXAMINE.
77 and 29 Market Street.
"A. C. C."---"H. S. K."
We invite attention to our -
ED GLOVE DEPARTION,
Which is now complete with every color and shade.
In addithre to our own special Importation of the
Celebrated A. C. C. (Amin) KIDS,
We have secured the exclusive sale of the I
“Harris Seamless Kids;”
The Oen Wave end most perfect et. A
MCI= & Off,
spit 19 FIFTH STURM
MAkalitimi & c&Runs,
19 Fifth Street, •
N•W offer the most elegant Ilne of
HAMBUR GS '
Ever opened to Pittsburgh; totrhtett shirr sertalaY
Invite the attention of heircuatomera. The de.
algae are nearly
_all new and ortginal,and about
ONE-FIFTH Lnd THAN REGULAR PRICES.
MACRON Bst CARLISLE,
19 FIFTH wriessz,
Hare PM opened all shades of
Brutus AND =non ikiumase.
BUGLE GIMPS LLD TRINGIA,
At low prices.
1 4) F'1 11 !" .
THE HAY RAKE "WELCOIE."
PATENTED 1.86/5 AND 11.10117.
Is thetest Hithe made. It willrake heavier hey,
carry It farther, load and unload itself easier than
any other rake. It is self-operating; a child 8 years
old can do the work .of a full band. Hundreds of
certificates could be given, one of which Is below:
"Olittap. Erie Co.,' Pa., July 8. 1887.
"I have used. the Macon' Hay Mae. manufac
tured by W. W. Wallace. Pittsburgh Pa., and rec
ommend it to farmers. - It is good in light and heavy
hay:is easy on man and horse; lea malete glean
astr drain and stubbi .; is simple in construction
d easily kept in order.
1 JOSEPH AHED cud, E.,,
All orders directed to 319 Liberty street, Pitts
burgh, Pa,. or at the works to Columbiana. Ohio,
promptly attended to. Bold wholesale and rethii by
W. W. WALLACE.
BClll4looen la early, am 'amply is short.
z Lace Polnte
Jcut received izialbi sali by
WHITE, ORR & CO.,
Ite, Fifth Street,
HOILMS, BELL 4 CO,
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS,
manuftwttrioraGANT,3l/CIMIME sail Isle=
ANCHOR AND: MAGNOLIA
• SHEETINGS AND BATTING.,
lINIPORTANT TO FISIBIELOMEN-1
SEINES! SEINE BI, BEINESI—I have lust:Vo
ce ved tb. following Seines, all complete, idea bobs,
p e ep end stulterst 106 •and 60 yards In
one Inch mesh, and whl receive In slew den
60 end TO yard-Seines. - Parties wishing Seines ban
better call soon; 'One 80 leettre,.seir the. may nee d
for It le.dllltoOlt CO get Seine. made u r ea am ...A
early In the winter.. int eale"Aly •".7
• , JAMES 'BOWS: 13. Wood Med.
ft - AQA VANE JIM . 1 1 G POLES.
Ill! N. , .—/ have received, direct from
t • cage nate In ilia Loop apperiorjAns
poles, which 1 itill sell et a- very low • Th ese
1 ,010 / I "r e jjtl l 7 l4 - san , winter ' in Int caul
order . n examines once. , r *airily
.'`.lT:3 111411011 P 1171
.t ia i 4 Ng WTO. ,•
.1 SALE.. •
1191 t •
TWO 11011813 , 411411—L07.40 - CsnoB street.
• Allegheny. This property will be sold low, as the
part yla about tearing thercitY, and v iri, h !' s to . P" 6
of the property before removing. -- • TWO
MILL, TWO DWELLUTG H
.good FARM, .and about 800 Wee
_timber land. This property will be sold low." Cash
$2, 500--Lbalance ACR E S , eo suit buyer.
FARM OF 120 will be sold for twenty
dollars per acre.. Improvements Comlbrtable frame
house andlood barn: 50 acres of the land clear.
FARM OF 180 ACRES, near the line of railroad;
very well located for raising stock; Improvements
are good and substantial; 100 sores of the land In
meadow andgrain. I
CITY PROPERTY.--Will sell a rood brick keine,
containing live rooms, at Sixteen Hundred Dollars,
and would - rent for the amount In six years.
A LARGE LOT OF GROUND, having a river
front, and very convenient of access.
TANNERI , convenient to the city, and having a
well- established custom or local trade connected
thereWithl a good dwelling mid forty acres of land.
FOUR LO'rs in Sharpsburg, near the railroad;
would make a rood coal yard.
HOTEL FOR SALE.--That fine Hotel property,
situated at the Blairsvllle Junction, Containing
fourteen rooms and the necessary outbuildings,
with three acres of garden and fruit trees. This
well located hotel will be sold low, as the proprie
tor wishes to retire from business. : .
Power and a large Boomand Yard for rent, In s
good location. Will be rented i for short or long
Two new Brick Houses, 8 rooms each.
Two new Brick Houses, 11 rooms each.
One new Frame House, 4 rooms.
Two new Brick-Houses, 3 rooms each.
One new Frame House In Wllkinsburg, having
six rooms and a large lot; well suited for a
A nice COUNTRY HOME for rent, for 8300 per
annum. Possession- given trot of June, or
sooner I f required. - • - i
FOR LEASE OR SALE - 3 Lots on Morton street,
Ninth Ward; 7 acres that can 'peg ; divided Into acre
5 Lots in Oakland. _
RENT-0 large noises,' suitable for Board
WANTED-3,000 feet of Flagging 3 to 4 Inches
- TO LOAN--$50,000, '
IN BONS OF $5,000 AND'IIPWAND.
D, P. HATCH'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE
No. 91 Grant St., Pittsburgh.
A RIVER BOTTOM 'Am or 76 ACRES. 19
miles from the city In Elizabeth township, Alle
gheny county, Pa.. on the Yong iogheny river, one
half mile from Elrod's Station, on the Connellstille
railroad; near ..hurches, school ,-stores, 5_,f1.., in the
flourishing villages of Boston and Green oak. The
improvements are a two-et brick house of six
rooms, hall and cellar, a good rame bank barn with
stabling underneath, and - otherutbnildings; a well
of good standing water at th door; and several
standing springs of water on t he farm. and fr4 ra
chard of 70 0 trees of selected Its of apples, cher
ries, pears, peaches, quinces and pee: - This prop
arty - being located near the c make s he railroad,
within one hour's ride of the c if , it very de
,airable for gardening or a dairy farm; It Is also a
good and beautified location for country homes near
the city, lying immediately on the river, on the op•
posite side from the railroad. The West Newton
Accommodation and other train:llmi the railroad af
ford certain and frequent opportunities of daily
communication to and from the pity,. Will be sold
as a whole or Inlets of one acre or ore,-to snit pur-
Also, A FARM OP 113 ACRES, situated In at.
Clair township, Westmoreland (county, Pa., near
the line of the Pennsylvania road at Houston
Station. The improvements ar a two-story Dame
house 4o with six rooms end good liar. • Bathe bent
barn by 80 feet, and other on buildings. - There
is on the place a young apple and peach orchard;
LBO acres cleared land, divided_ ipto fields of conve
nient size, a large portion of which are well set In
clover and timothy; the residue of said tract • cov
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. Areal good bargain is offered in this firm; and with it ..will be sold all the personal
property ou the premisea, consisting of horses,.
cows, stock cattle. hogs and poultry, harneits. gears
wagon, plows, farming implements and househol d
and kitchen furniture. Together will be sold very
low and on easy terms, to a responsible purchaser.
Also,a desirable and very fertile Tract of Land of
158 ACRES AND 25 PERCHES. in Elizabeth Tpl,
Allegheny county, Pa. , on the line of the Hempfleid
railroad. and one and one-half miles from the Conl
nellsville railroad at Suter's Station. On this farm
are 40 acres of superior white oak timber, which
alone Is now worth one-halt the price asked for the
whole tract. The 'improvements are a log house,
frame bans, good fencing and an apple orchard of
good fruit. It is wells a lered and underlaid with
limestone and flag stone of a superior quality, with
stone coal for the lope of the farm.
Also, The beer FARM in Fairfield township.
Westmorelsnd county, Pa., of 050 ACRES. about
six miles south of the Pennsylvania Central - Rail
road at Bolivar Station. The improvements are two
large hewed log dwellings; one of the largest and
best frame barns in the township; two apple or
chards, In good bearing condition; corn crib, wagon
shed and other outbuildings. .The whole farm is
under a high state of cultivation; fencing all first
rate order, and the land of the best qual of lime=
stone soil, about 800 acres of which la cleared and
the residue of the tract In good timber, such as
white oak, rock oak, hickory, walnut aqd beech.
This property will be cold very cheap andon good
terms, as the owner wishes to engage In other hued--
new For particulars enquire of
S. EL TOWER, 164 Fourth Street.
oplcoc , -
PBRICK DWELLING HOUSES
FUR SALE, with lot of ground; fronting on
serry alley. near Third street; one has Ave rooms
and cellar, the other four rooms and cellar.. Will be
sold low ter cadi. Large BUILAHNIIi (LOT on Cen.
tre avenue for sale. CUTHBERT I SONG,
jelo' AS Smithfield street.
8. INTERNAL amvEhruz,
Orrism Oozascroa or IwranwAL Ilxvireres,l
renty-third Collection DLit. of Pa.,
No. 87 Water St., Allegheny City,
Ray 9th, 1888.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GlVEN,that the Annual
I4sta of SPECIAL TAXES, forioerly,terrned
CENSE% and of the Taxes on INCOMES, CAR
RIAGES, WATCHES, SILVER PLATE, le,, are
now la this .odlee, where payment will ,be received
th3reon by the Collector on' nd after the *oth Of
May, 1888. Them taxes having become due, must
be paid before the 16th day. of June. 1868, other
wise addltlonal experdio s will be - Incurred by the
E. BLIFIPINOTON, Rm., Deputy Ooileator for the
county of Armstrong, and EDWIN LYON, Esq.,
Deputy Collector lbr the county of Butler, will be
ready to receive after , the 20th inst. ftir their re
spective counties. and will post notices designating
Method; and places when and where they will be
prepared to receive the taxes collectable by them. -
To accommodate taxpayers In the Tidally of the
soca In Allegheny - county, deslgnated as follows,:
Deputy Collector BAIIIIEL IL BAIRD, Esq., will
attend at those places to reeeive the taxes, on the
day* named. between the hottra of 9 o'clock A. NZ'
and 3 o'clock r. x. of said days;
At Tarenttun, on iridaY, May Rad, at *wax
At Sewickley, on Tuesday, MaY fetb, at Gastonia
At Bakerstown, on Thursday, May ABM, at
Taxes payable only :tn" Greenbacks or National
Cake bourn fromA. Y. to 3 P. m.
301= N. ,
The undesirsethatting secured the sole AVE.
ey the sal of the celebrated • •.• • .
• • - COPLEY POT CLAY:
Are now premixed to furnish su p eri ors iny quantity to
those wishing to procure this article. pa
ring enroll reArs'.nie of this asW, *edam* arrived
at rushpropOrtions as we belays makes it a' better
article for pots thanmia any in the market, we having
secured an. an stand af 81X, =WIT and UN
NOXTIIII,IYe furnlab receives . ** OM Pl=
tion of the mixture af this Clay to persons p
.The.clay is ground and moulged lumps fee
" DITIMINGS I SON''
washineou .rop tive rty i laus ttabu W ro. ort
(Latent P. 7. C. Railway.)
OMee, No. 79 FEDERAL STRIt ,RT Room No. $l, l
j e tL n. LlM i r
BLAST PORTIALTIaud ROLIANIIWirtRAIIi-
INGS furnished. Particular anent on pall' to de-
MarCOLLIERY LOIX/MOTIVES. Patents eon—
as, aolielted.. tar An EVENING DRAItE,.
CLAM ter ineclanies enteli wmtiNESDAY
'EST COMMON - •
Machine Stone Works
Noitliansat corner Or Wed COMMODi Aneghelki.
FREDM ATVATISH. Ss CO.
t, band or p_repare on, abort not Hear th
and Step Stones, Flom* Ibr Sidewalks, Brewery
Vaults, tte. - Head antrYorab Stones, Li. - •
Orders promptly exeeated. Prices reasonable.
Bezmucaz uniiisro . AND BRAD. - - - ,
- - -
Ia lanais la 4 Mai awn% et , -
LANG £ CO ._
2 / 721 its and 114 Wood straia. Intake'.
ril BAN 8 P 8. RE NT GREEN; OIL
A.. 'CLOTH. for Window Bhadegmitipertor In
guilty sad lowertitvrtee was ••tha nAtiern tuna
raotore. . Another large _en 111 of 1,4) diffrlitt
wldtbajoet rooetteli PA° I*s il:P ff ainft: -
_ • •
Jet , AO end SP. gintr!rtri . v.
RAILROAD. Pt. 24 Y.
• - - Puti4Dramaavidisrl3:4BBB.--
RoTicE TO MbWOLIIM
I.ln pursuance of resolutions adopted by the Board
t h h e a re t to hereby h
e g y l to Sc t S h t e o c p k ri h v o i l
I d e e g fu e
Of Directors at a Stated Meeting held Ibis day, 110 T
° o f f t s li n t b s s C c ° rl M bt
ing, either directly or by substitution under such
rides as may be prescribed therefor, for Twenty-five
Per Cent. of additional Stock at Par, in proportion.
to the respective Interests as they stand registered
- on the Books of the Company, May 20.1888.
Holders of less than four Shares will be entitled to
subscribe for a Dill share, and those holding more
Shares than a multiple of four Shares will be eutlUed
to an additional Share.
Silbscriptions to the new Stock will be received on
and after May 30, 1888, and the privilege of sub
scribing will cease.eo the; 3 oth dap of July, lees.
The installments on' account of the new Shares
shall be paid in cash as follows:
Ist. Twenty-aye Per Cent. at the time of sub
scription. on or before the 30th day of July, 1803,,
2d. Twenty-five Per Cent. on or before the 15th
day of December, 1888. _ _ . _ _
3d. Twenty-five Per Cent. on or before the 15
day of June, 1889.
4th. Twenty live Per Cent , On or bef o re
day of December,
1889, or if Stockholders should
prefer, the whole amount may be paid nor al once,
or any remaining Installments may - up In full
at the time of the payment of the second or ;Willa
stallment, and each Installment paid -up shall be en
titled to a pro rata dividend that may be deolared on
r rYlo3!f-As€3 FIRMS.
TREASUREE 9 B DEPARTMENT, t
Pldiadelphta, May M. 1665.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.—The Board of
Directors have this day declared a semi-annual
Dividend of THREE PER.:CENT. on the Capital
Stock of the Company, payable In cash, clear of
National and State Taxes, and a farther Dividend
of FIVE PER CENT., ,payable stock,-on and
after May 3dth.
I Blank powers of attorney for collecting dliidenda
can be obtained at the ollice of the Company, No.
23g Smith Third street. • .
OFFICE OF IINIO:ii PActric RAILWAY CO.. 1
- , Eastern Division.
1:49t Pirrt.s.nra.Ptits. May iltith, 1808.
THE INTEREST, IN GOLD, the-FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS or
THE - lON PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY ,
EAST N DIVISION, due June let, 1808, will he
paid on presentation , of tbe;Coupons, tbereibr, at
the Banking House of DABNEY, MORGAN & 0..
8 3 Exchange Place, New York, on and after that
date. WM. J r . - PALMER '
nirriliee-IMC ._... _ 1 Treasurer.
BY .EINITHBON, VANHOOK Ac. WOUILLANIr.
Private - Itegidenee and Gronndn
ON WESTERN AVENUE, ALLEGHENY CITY,
THITRISDAY, June 10th. at &Clock , e.
precisely, on the premises, will be, sold, that ele
gant and valuable - residents° and grounds, located
on the corner of Western avenue and Bidwell St..
(lately owned and occupied byJ. P. leyens,
The lot fronts on the avenue (100) one hundred
feet, extendingback on Bid wsli street (227) tvro
hundred and twenty-seven feet, covered with orna-.
mentaltrees, shrubbery, &e., and Is neatly enclosed
with iron fence; outbuildings and stables complete.
This is Indee d a. . opportunity to secure a first
THSON, 17ANBOOK & IIeCLELLAND, •
jell _ Auctioneers.-
BY A. LEGItATB,
HOUSE AND LOT IN ALLE..
GHENT CITY AT AUCTION.
be sold I3y auction, on the premises, on FBI- :•
DAY AFTERNOON, June 15th. st A o'clock, the
property on the southeast corner of Robinson. and;,
Morgan streets, Fourth ward. Allegheny City.
The lot fronts 84 feet on 'Morgan and 82 feet , on,
Robinson street. The housels a two-story Gothic ,
Brick Dwelling, built i ns superior and stibstardlal
manner, with all modern conveniences. ,
There are on the first floor a large do n ble parlor.
drawing-room, .dinlng-room, kitchen and wash
;house; on second floor, live spacious chambers and
bath room. Also, a finished attic and a good dry •
cellar; gas and water throughout.
There are several pantries, clothes pressss, range
In kitchen, boiler In weak house, and every comfort
necessary. 'Anon, Iron fence and gates, with stone
steps and shade trees in front of the house.
These premises are exceedingly desirable fbrehose
wishing a pleasant residence In the city, near to
business. The street cars are wlthlb a few minaret-
The house Is In perfect order, and 'all In quest of
property are Invited to Inspect - prior to day . of . sale.
Possession given dlext month. • .
Terms —One-thlrd. cash; balance in three yearly
BY L iarasranrs.
ivirraM STATES itunsitAmis
SALE. —1115,000 BOOT - AND SHOE
8 OK.—NO. 56 WOOD STREET.—FRIDAY
MORNING. Junel2th, at • = o'clock, _by order,ett
THOS. A:ROWLEY, United States Marshal, win -
_ln fall cases, th e entire large stock of J. P.
TANNER'S Wholetale Shoe 'Warehouse., N0:.56 .
Wood street, comprising $15,000 Worth of Boots:
Shoes, Hata, Bonnets, ito., in every variety. Alm,.._
the Store Furniture, Fixtures, &c. The sale will be ,•
continued from day to ibsy,_tintil ali hi sold. • . .
DT PALIEM k EULLIP&
PALMER &PHILLIPS, a•
OPERA HOUSE AUCTION.ROOMS,
Fa 60 FlfFh Pittaburih,
BOOTS, SHOES, `CARPETS,
Dry Goods and Notions,'
AT PRIVATE SALT DAY AND NNTNING;
Inosignonents Solicited. Prompt Re.
MBE- TWIN CITY.SLATE CO"
zasnufsetsm a superior a r ticle or
11 11 , 1nnefs'48'SeTenth St,, PMEantricli t P.
.r. §„ - NEWItIEY*R, Pres't.
mysemei • .
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Tanners 9 ,. Scram OenoB, Cattle Tails,
BONES, NEAT'S FOOTi OIL, &C.
-011116 e iinct.Warehouse;lSo: ,113fiLIE=TY 157 d,
83 door from Wayne,
BAKERY iron sA±E O.
Nirrrft OB W/TEOUT Tat nOPSBTY,
Or would rent do a term of years, iZugalre ati
No. 40 Palo Alto St., Allegben
. 1 7.. :trit!
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No. 5 5 DMISO3M Ainr, rituanuite.
Orderrieft bore or et liana Street Bridge will Net : 1 '
_attention., Wagaiki -mnng Pitlim
bunch *ad iLuestlim • ;tp7:o3
BELTING' IL RUBBEIt - SEL
PT I Lit P 1.--L AM stock on hand stare
mea, and of e best engirt.' Patties wishing to
'llt AP 10 4111 or sisopkwhere Sektincto,reqdieeo. o gi -
And eneprieesairiew eiten be owls id the NeW, -
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THOMAS T. FIRTH,_ _
159 Federal. street, Alleghen y.' :