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littburg) * G!ittts :
A I.eglind -, 'of Arttsverp..
ITRANIMATED FROM THE FRENCH POE THE
BOSTON COMMERCIAL BOLLISTIN.]
Thi 22d clay October, 152 0 , was a day
•,' ' • et-- -t‘fietesl*-,.. and - rejoicing -, in . eachapOlae
Flemish, itles,lor on that• (ley.ll-1 1 :lea t ,e4W
Charles V. was crowned at Alx-laPesplka
.The rich and powerful. city ' ofi.*beieree.
whose merchants were opuleftellekrinees,
displayed all its luxury and splerider tO hen:
il l. ** i i iiii
• - or its new Ctesar. TO mice 4 by
in all the cialtel‘eand,:firdshed ' by
national games edte rilaens upon the
public squitres l / 2 4& , cessions of artisans,
. preceded byftlilk ers of their several pro
' fessioinecnr •• - •
l'ilost :were, nevertheless,. in • the City
MitsOliadbearts, as upon all such occasions
' - ,theteelleermany who cannot participate. At
- .eabars'ilielow of one of the largest but poor
-If-lisistiodging-houses of the Kamerstraet, des
-9.K_':henated by the sign °fa large red lien, stood •
t- e. •
, , &young man whose desponding and sor
rowful air contrasted strongly with thejoy
ful bands Which passed under his window.
rptin the bed reclined a woman whose pale
Seidman face wore the marks of serious
physical and mental suffering.
Suddenly a tumultuous'noise of steps and
cries arose from the street. It was a pro
cession. The corporations of tanners and
•. •,-; joiners were passing. Now came the pain
_ 'tent with the image of St. Luc; and now the
blacksmiths and lockmakers, carrying ; the
' banner' of St. Eloi. Poor Yvon • looked
- sorrowfully upon his ancient companione,
happy in their strength and • health, when
suddenly he drew back from the windovi, as,
if he would shut out a fatal vision, and rap
; idly closed it. . .
• 'What is it ?" exclaimed his . mother,
alarmed at his sudden pallor. • • -
"Marie has just passed with her father and
master Verachter, the.rich jeweller of Zier
ickstraet." • •
He had nearly served his apprenticeship
• at the forge with his father when the fatal
• epidemic broke out to which his father and;
• brothers felt victims, and himself and moth
' er barely survived. But the blackimitlisof
, the city refused to accord him the right to
• continue his father's business, as he had not
fully worked the required time. This same
morning he had heard a neighbor. who came
- to visit his mother,
say that the hand of
Marie—which had been the object of ali
bis efforts and thoughte—had been prontised
by; her father to the rich jeweler of Zenck-•
- street Be had not believed it, but the sight
1 he saw from the window confirmed all his
\ fears, and he remained in deep reverie foe
a long time. He was started from his reee.
rie by the sounds'of a violent tempest which
had suddenly broken upon the city. The
1 merciless blast from the North Sea swept
over it, spreading destruction limits course.;
Everywhere was heard the falling of tiles,;
crashing of glass from the broken windoWs,
the uprooting of trees, . &c., and the distant
. noise from th e river whose swollen waters:
were overflowing its banks: During all
this long October night the storm raged'
with fury; towards morning itsubsided, and
• when day broke it had passed, leaving all
the country inundated. • ,
,Those who pissed first inthe vicinity of
the Cathedral saw with regret that the great
~ cross which surmounted the spire had been
• , struck by the lightning, and was so bent as,
- ,teithreaten every instant to fall. This cross
had zest so much care and work to place it;
so high! The news spread rapidly, and
• • soon the "Grand Place" before the Cathe
dral was crowded.
All the citizens viewed this sight with ' ,
consternation, and asked each other anx;
- lonely who would bp the individual bold
" enough to attempt the perilous enterprise of
restoring the cross. The sound of a tram
pet was heard, and two heralds on horse
' back appeared on the "Place." Silence be
ingestablished, one of them read with' 'a
slow and loud voice the following proclama-,
time "To the good citizens of. Antwerp--
We, the. Bourgmesfre and Alderman of the
city, make known that we lave resolved to
give a recompense of five hundred golden
• crows to the person who wit • re-establish in
its ancient position the iron cross of the
Cathedral tower. - Fire 'hundred goklen
crowns! Citizens! whoever desires to ob
thin this munificent reward, :will: present
. himself immediately before the council now
assembled at the Hotel de Ville."
There was a moment of silence —each eine
waited to see who would accept, but no one
advanced. The heralds were about to retire,
• . to read elsewhere their proclamation, when
the crowd suddenly opened and gave passage
to ayoung man who , precipitated himself
resolutely to wards the hotel': de Ville:
Every eye was turned towards him with
curiosity. Ha was of extreme beauty, al
though emaciated, but from his eyes shone
forth manly resolution' and courage. The I
crowd anxiously waited the result. A few 1
moments only had passed when the heralds
reappeared to read a second proclamation :
"To the good cinzensof Antwerp---We, the
Bourgmestre and Aldermen make known
that Yvon Bruggemane, blacksmith andfree '
Citizen, has engaged before us, this 23d . day
of October, 1820, to re-establish our lion
cross in its position upon the tower of the'
cathedral, with the aid of God, tomorrow."
• After a tender farewell to his mother,
Yvon on the appointed day arrived at the.
"Grand Place," where an immense crowd
was assembled. All eyes were turned upon
him with an expreseion of . pity and regret,
and voids murmur in his ear words of
encouragement, sym thy and hope. But
Yvon, avoiding as m ch as possible every
species of emotion, vanced without an.'
swering, traversed the crowd and entered
the cathedral. He approached the : altar,
which was decoratedas if for a fete, .and
- kneeling, recited wit i fervor this prayer:
"Lord of Heaven, I r sk my life not to•gala
a miserable sum of °lacy , but to save my
" mother; preserve me then, for • the •loverof
her; or, if it must that I die, permit me
• •to accomplish the wor k I have undertaken:
Father all powerful, place my soul in Thy
- hands." He then ro e and proceeded with
. . a firm step towards 6 door of the 'spiral
steps which , lead to e'stuninit of the tdwer.
As he ascended, be w, through the loop
holes the crowd . in reasing,. until all the
' • •fleighboring roofs, w ndows, and balconies
were filled—every wha sea at hauls. He
arrived at bet at the dor the steps.
_ Before him rose Oil ' long perpendicular
spire, the summit or which . he must reach
without any other means of ascension than
, the crevices between the stories. He at
.l tithed to'a strong rope the invite and:tools
, -; he had brought to work with, fastened this
firmly around lea waist, and alter creasing
• ' , himself devoutly, veiny:aimed hiii;perilmls
- - ' '•-• ' Ascension. The crow a *etched him as be
• .. slowly incanted. • Net a, sounte•was heard
until he arrived at the summit.: and stood
immobile at ,the foot of the cross Then .
burst faith is universal cry of edmiratioti.,
. ,B e li g hted his brazier, and actively com
'• '''" Inelleed,hlit work.. attaching finely to the
• ' fill di Of the 'arose, :ono' . end of 'the- rerpo of
the tither gleieoenlie' body Th e
- • enaltitudesaw the ktetit,croas ;iii . • s l ow l y
end by degrees, mace the repeated . blows
4 . . .0 4
.11eigfi% - fearing thai h emotions might
proltallitid, he crossed himself' and prepared
Itilytteerid, but, before doing so, he threw a
separate passsage to awedding "cor
tege," which!adVandedlowards the Cathe
dral. Attracted,-in spite of himself, here giateiT.• attentively - all the' members. He
noticed a young girLdressed In white, as a
bride, leaning on the arm of an told man.
He, supported; himself at ,the foot of the
cross, and leaned as far as possible, to aS
surehimaelf of the reality of his fears, 'his
eyes. distendefi, 'face livid, and his whole
' body trembling with emotion. They glanc
ed upwards to see the young workman who
had raised the cross. Yvon gave a cry
of agony, for this bride was Marie,
and at .her side the old jeweler, Ve
rachter of Zienckstraet. The shock was
too violent for his spirit, exhausted by so
many struggles. He fainted, his hands
dropped the support which held him, re
mained an instant immovable, then fell.
But the rope. which. was around him re
mained fixed to the foot of the cross, and he
was for some minutes suspended in. apace.
The crowd, who had seen his fall with ter
ror, believed him saved. But the rope had
touched the lighted brazier, and soon the
body of the unfortunate Yvon fell, a dis
figured and bleeding mass, in the midst of
this brilliant wedding "cor tege," at the feet
of the bride.
The next day a deputation of the
magistrates of the city went to carry to
his mother-the five hundred golden crowns,
the price of the blood of her son. But the
chamber was empty. 'A coffin was paced
.in the • middle of the room. Death had
spared the pool; mother this great 'affliction.
Yvon was buried.on the spot where he fell,
and the blue stone, with the brass encrusted
. in'the marble, near the grand entrance, of
the cathedral,' alone indicates the place
1 where lies the body of the young blacksmith.
We all know that the breast swimming is
the • style commonly adopted all. over the
world: Beginners commence on the breast,
- and in nine instanees out of tea, "they con
tinue to move through the witer on their
breast all through their lives. , It is lathe
water what.walking is on land. To the be-
ginner it has the advantage of being the ea
siest to learn, and to the. adept it has the
attraction of h aving "last" about it. Long
_mostly performed in this
style, as being more steady, and ccmseti
anently less fatiguing; so that here the
breast frequently conquers its more dashing
rival, .the aide. Also, when swimming
for pleasure. rather than for glory, we in
stinctively take to the breast. The chief
rules are :
1. Spread your bands (fingers closed)
widely, sous to dcscnbe.as largel circle as
you possibly can. If yOW watch good
breast swimmers, ycu will at 'filet be sur
prised to observe what a broad sWeep they
thus make. ~ ,
2. The same rule holds-good for the feet;
you cannot describe too large 'a circle;
therefore, send'out your legs to th Ir utmost
length and breadth.
3. Alter You have describedAh s circle;
in order to complete the stroke, ring the
heels together sharply .and vigor° y. Re
`memher, it is this jerk and quick meeting
of the:heels which sends you forward.
It is in this particular that Gorr especially
excels, so that he can propel himself five or
six feet each stroke. A long stroke could
riot he made in any other way. The secret
of the matter is this, that, after the sharp
dontact of the heels, your body Instantly
floats along, or mther cuts through the water
those five feet, without any other on
your - Part. The stroke made with hands or
arms really, is or small service ' except to
maintain your balance on water.
_.et! service :
~mance on the write:
The Last of Things.
It is with some melancholy interest, mus
ing on the instability of human things, that
the philosophic mind surveys the last specl
menet' almost anything. The lain tinder
box, and the last hackney coach, for instance,
may be looked at with a certain' fond parti
ality of regret. That they are the last of
their sort shows, to be.sere, that they have
outlived coarse and barbaric expedients, and
the thing's themselves areneitherl beautiful
nor any longer useful.. are.
.they are the
last, and WO drop asymoathiziag s ort of sigh
as we get rid of the worn out , id bores.
Wemight he sorry, after a Mehl' xi, to see
the very last cockroach. The do o was an
i t ,
ungainly fowl, and was.ee.rtainly of ari or
namentmthe animal world; yet who , but
.would have sighed had he- wit eased - his'
final extinction?-Baturday:Rorie . '
1i MB. BURLINGAME'S services, in: intro
ducing the institutions of: civilization in,
China, are summed up by the Spirit of Nis
-1110718, as follows : "Through his influent:a
an American g,eologist Wag emPloYed, who
has demonstrated the great extent of their
coalmine& Wheaton's Dictum:49 of Inter-_
national Law were translated !mu> Chinese
by Dr. Idartinoin American missionary,:
and adopted as a national., test book by his
advice. The , •first grant for a submarine
telegraph, connecting the, treaty ports from
Canton to Tientsing, was made him,
by which the fr.ide of 'China was increased
Train $82,000,000 toVoo,ooo'ooo He '
Warmly favored the commission two
years ago. was despatched to Earcipe, 'and
the establishment of a University for the
cultivation of the sciences of the west„,, end
has been an ardent supporter. of,the great
muse of missions, which has .do.ne an . much
for civilization and for commerce, as well
as for Christianity."
'RECENTLY published return of the sc h ool
statistics of Ohio showlhat during the post
'ten years the number of teachers 'has
creasedfrom 18,873 tcr 21:A69; the amount'
of Abair Salaries &OM $1,179,978 to $3,1.754-,
X27,and the total expenditure ter education
al:purposes from 42,299,917 to $4,763,464.
But it is a curious fact that the, ratio • of at
tendance to the number of children of
"school-age" shows a small decline, instead
of the increase which might have been. eic
SAwnuav AS Aleaunn.—Bawdust, unless
it be !rote resinetts'wood, will speedily de
cay if placedin the soil, and make humus,
or mold, for plants., But the hest method
we know of by which to convert it into
manure is to; litter stock with it, for ivbieli
purpose it-is very-well - adapted. If you
have plenty; cover over the stock yards ' a
foot, deep; let sheep and cattle lie 011-it and
eat from racka played on it.' It will ethical)
till the liquid and become very rich.
Tan Cleveland Leader reviews the tronod
by •4116triet for the. coning Conarersionsl
campitign •in Ohio, atid puts down the Firet, -
B eco nd i: Fourth, 'Sixth, • Seventh, Eighth;
'Tenth,Fourteenth; SlxtPenth,, Seventee.nth,
Eighteenth, and: Nineteenth, twelve dis.
trieta, as Pretty. eirtainly iteptibllcan; the
Fifth, Nlatti.:Twelfth and'Thirteenth_, four
as probably Democratic; . and the Third,.
Eleventh and Fifteenth u close and doub
•, • •
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OTS.BITRGII GAZETTE : SATURDA
shy Imo' Tb ~~
0.1 1310' 'MA I D'. RE OR WMT_AUTTNICIAL
, - D=ms
"; ' 16,711 LL SZT •
..AT - DR. SCOTTIK
STS PRIM BISSET, 3D DOOR .A.BOITZ HAND.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.CALL AND =-
AMINE .arzcintpre OP OT.NEINENtamAN..
ITE. ' •
32. XL. ellelrls,
FOR GAS AND OIL
Just received, the ' finest and ' largest as s ortment
ever opened in this city. '
' . WELDON ili KELLY, v
h 7 4. 1C" 2 0 2. 0D STItEiT, Cclit.VlßOpr ALLEY.
C MENT, SOAP STONE, &c
HYDR*ULIC CEMENT. '
WAY STONE, '
PLASTER, CHIMNEY TOPS.
GROVER & BARER'S
WITH LATEST DIPROVEMENTS,
At the New and Elegant Sales Booms
OP TEE COMPANT,
151 FIFTH STREET.
Alss, NEEDLES. ATTACHMENTS, MACHTNE,
HILES and COTTONS, THREAD, MACHINE OIL.
Ac.. Ac. The citizens of Pittsburgh are respect
fully invited to call. •
• Applications for Agencies solicited. Circulars or
'apples by mail on application. Correspondence to
GROVERA BAKER S. M. 00•9.
' 51 FIFTH STREET; PTITSBITEGH
THE GREAT AMERICAN COM
AND SEWING MACHINE.
IT HAN NO ZOVAL,
BEING ABSOLUTELY THE BEST 'FAMILY
MACHINE IN THE WORLD, AND IN
TRINSICALLY THE CHEAPEST.
MEl4‘ifents wanted to sell this Machine.
.-CILA.S.: C. itILILA3I.ASX", ,
Ancnt. for Weston) Penney!vials.
Corner FIFTH ANS.. MARKET STRZETB,' over
Itlobardeton's Jewelry Store. .
WHITE LEAD AND COLORS.
WE INVITE ATTENTION TO
our well selected and com.•
piety stock of Drugs, Paints,olls,.
Varnishes, Dye. Stuffs, Patent
Medicines, Perfumery, &c.
DRUGGISTS. Pll YSICIANS and COUff•
TRY DEALERS alto replenish their
stocks in this. market. will consult
their interest. by examining' our goods,
before, purchasing elsewhere.
Moving accepted the Agency for the
PITINSIMIROit WHITE LEAD it COLOR
WORKS, of Messrs. J. SCIIOOSIB/IAMER
* SON. we offer to the trade their well
known brands of 'lt bite Lead and Colors
at Manufacturers . Lowest Rates, and
guirrantee them to give perfect satis
faction in every respect.
We invite especial attention to Me-
COY'S VEX ITE it GREEN as superior
in strength. body, brilliancy and duns.
'Willy to misty Green Paint ever offered
to the public. .
Corner of Liberty and Wayne Streets,
GLASS, CHINA. CUTLERY.
CHLINA, GLASS AND •
SILVER PLATED WARE, 7.
And other STAPLE AND FANCY •
GOODS. a gat variety. , •
- 100 WOOD STREET. •
RICHARD„ E. BREED & CO.
'ORA it LES•IiEriENSTEIN,
, 152 Federat Street, Alleigheux,,'
• • • ' (Fourth' door above Diamond.)
iass, China iiraralt Table Cutlery
AT EABTRItN PUICES: Everithlni ieqtitredin
Ont . clips , store on .band... Cat and ex,laine , our
actual,r, •,,, . , , /61 0 :all
6EO. tOrlvV I T
Faney.eake Baker & Confectioner, '
,Y011F.1t4.!7 13091E01,10, gianTS NUTS,
'No. 40, Cyrner VrAliTsl ana Pobhuton'strOlts,'Alle . :
gbetty: • Utmetainly,on land, ICM OILMAN, 04 .
ENRI- W.' HOULIACH,
Cont'eetionery and Bakery
No. aim IgMITHIPIELD STMT.
liciween Seventh;Mid Liberty
,tAD OY S TER SALOON attached
GEORGE. UEA:V.Efi s
And denier In FORRION/AA313333.10AN YRUITS,
rICIELY: I 4' NUM
Bak 11'4 Vedirst Str•ott •
Second boor from the dint .National , Balk* 'the"
"may City. • -
WIC IREBS, 1 09, P"'
MOWN], ALLl6"4:riddillbgdrifik :
,i'ormoraftber•or at timid . StaityArr-fit&re.
cove prompkattaatksa. Warms 4 .13011
Avanthand Auegluq • - •
23 Wood street.
100 W1X)ll STREET
100 WOOD STItENT.
VUNIN3:NUE; AND. NOTIQNS.
seer_ STO CK ;trim env.
Lamm PINE ill= GAMUTS,
M tory Can, in Drab, Duff aad Tan.
e of trench, German and English
A full 11
• n and Palm Lest A 611 jinn nflThite
In all cobra Knd thadets.
In Silk, Lin . 1
, BEADED; 'LINED AND PLAIN
LINE OF HOOP SHIBT4.
'some new, styles DROP SKIRTS
—A complete rprlety, In whiten/in col
dies and Miesea. "
ored, for L
Velvetßibbons; :Paper - Collars,
Kid Gloves, Paper QOM
Silk Gloves. • Striped Shirts,
Lisle Gloves, Emboklerles,
Cotton Gloves, Ribbons, etc.
Also, THE NEW SARATOGA COLLAR.
_goods are to be had at the LOWESW
MACRIIM, GLYDE & CO.,
78 and 80 Market Stkeet.
"A. C. C."
We invite attention to our
KID GLOVE DEPARINEBTI';
Which is now complete with every color and shade;
In addition to our own special importation of the
Celebrated A, C. C. (Joirsin) KIDS
We have secured the exclusive sale of the
‘ 4 l-Inam Skninilesei Kid is,'*
The beat Glove and most perfect fit
mum= & agars s,
19 FIFTH STREET,
MSCRUM & CARLSLE,
19 Fifth Street,
Now offer the most elegant line of
Ever opened to Pittsburgh, to which they espeebilly
invite the attention of their customers. The de
signsNE-FIF are . nearly all new TH LMS THAN an R
PRICES. nal.,and about
MACRUM & tABLISLE,
19 FIFTH STREET,
Have just opened alt abades of
BULLION AND RISTORT FRINGES
BUGLE GIMPS ALDFRINGES,
At very tow pncee.
NEW DRY ',GOODS STORg
No. 62 St. Glair Street,,
BED, WHITE . AND BILVZ FRONT.,
3. . BURCHFIELD - 4 CO.,
Bove just opened a, fresh stock of new and elegant
GRENADINES, for 25 cents. worth 40c..
LAWNS. for 25 rents, reirth 37%e:
DELA INES. for 113 cents, worth 25e.
CALICOS. f0r,11.24 oents,i-worth 15c.
DICIaLI NS, for 12 emits. worth Ilk. •
FIGURED ALPACCAS, for A 6 cents, worth 44.
Black Silks, for Dresses and Samoi;
Colorist Silks, Black Hernannlest
White Marseilles. Table and ink Linens;
liottingh •ut Lace.. with a.large
a.tiortment of DRY 11110 US.
• too numerous to mention.
,CHEAPEST HOUSE, IN THE CITY,
Sir All goods wAnhaterrm as represented.
Remember the place-52 ST. CLAIR STREET.
87. MARKET STREET. 87.
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS',
Woooosoor to J. *. Burctitietd • Co.)
SPRING DRY GOODS.
Emma DRY GOODS.
SPRING DRY GOODS.
MR. PHILLIPS reepectrallY
ealmtutive alterationeJto hla
RETAIL DRY GOODS STORE
Are completed, and his estalgpatmeat Is NOW
OPEN. He ogees an entirely • • , •
New Stools of Drii qcoOds,
Por S zlna tind Summer Weu, *at the. lowed Eso.-
ern OM MOOS. ~
ARBUTILNOT, SHANIIION 6, CO.,
„ . ,
A 0.11 6 Wood St., ?Matronly Pay
DRY GOODS AM NOTIONS,
AT LOWEST LIMO MICE&
• , IVEW GOODS.
111EIIVALPACCA& , '
BLACK SILKS. •
HOSIERY and GLOVES.
etr•rio. yes wine street. 4,
ea; , •
• • witowmrf. lie,Drifloodst
- I'. No. 114.W00D DTBISLY • - •
Thud doorabins Dlainond alley 4; • .•-• - i.. -.1
obi and, rotati. at fir
;., , et io An Aida
JUNE 20, 1868.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
DT iN THE ` z
6celit. advance in
Woepi, we *ill continue to offer the
Largest stock of Brussels, Velvets
and Ingrain Carpets in the city, at
the,lowest Prime reached this sea- ' -
,Just received, a few pieces of
a new and expisite iatterno of
OLIVER II'CLINTOOK .& CO.,
N 0.23 Fifth Strept
SUMMER STOCK ,
c .a L r i s SS I
White, Red, Checked, Striped and Fancy
31 A "r a" I TV S,
IN GREAT VARIETY. .
Oil Cloths, Window Shades. ifire.
BOVAFt.D, ROSE & C 0..,
21 Fifth Street,
my27:d&w; OVER RATES & ItELVEI.
CHINA MATTING, • ,
A very euperlor quality of
• - .•
• Fancy Striped:, '
• - And Check
. - • -
• JEST IIdPORTED.
ALL-WOOL - INGRAINS,
IN BRIGHTEST COLORS.
Prkes - the LOwest in this Market.
51 rirTrr STREET. above Wood.
SWISS LACE CURTAINS.
Brass' and Wood . Cornices,-
THS NEWEST AND BE BT PATIO:UP,
Obey of which cannot be had elsewhere, )
AT THE _LOWEST PRICER.
MCFARLAND & COLLINS,
71 and. 73 Fifth etareet.
je 91rts&T tHEOOND FLOOR.)
Which TEN YEARS* TRIAL in New Yortand oth.
er Eastern cities hes proved a complete 111100068 ,
Ist—Fading and Shrinkage are sompleteliavOld
24—No ripping IL; o art necessary.
3d—When freed m dust., maths or their larvae,
the Carpet lucks nearly as goad as new, save the
natural fading frum wear.
4th -7-When perfettly clean, a Carpet will wear as
long again, a desirable matter as a mere point of
economy. to say no!ling of looks.
ALL ORDERS LEFT AT THE OFFICE,
No. 179 • Liberty Street*
Or addressed to P. O. Rua 473, will receive pr pt
GEO. L Iic,CLINTOCK,
- - •
For HALth, PARLORS,
CRA.MBLES and BITCHEN9,
!or We CHEAP AS THZ CHEAPEST, , at .
No.lol Market Street, near 'Fifth.
JOS. R. HUGHES & ERO.
WALL - PAPERS-4868.
u ri myi,meed i 3 begirt, mid,cil'auty.,
P. BlATtsavr ATM s
miNo. 87 Wood Street, near Fourth.
P 44 .8 'err. cx.AxEc STEET
,A 41145; ivisiglat:Tatri Sited,
` 1 ". 4 j MTIMIVROdi
- Ott the pre I
one of the b
the city, nri
110 l red on the north side of the AW
ghen) :Mlles. above the citv.. and Pp
line.o; Pennsylvania Tht
propel 'wised for advantages of locatiot;
scenery, air and water. It vs;
- doubt s rare attractions for,thosewho."
cultl ,nd better judgment lead.thefs
away ones free from thednst, smoky
and m It Is laid out .in lots to en.
ail to.. at portion between the rarest;
'and' river Jut In lots of 215 :by 11509,fee1
Above thedrailroad..up to Ninth 'str. et, are fol.a
ranges of ibis. 40 by 160 feet. Above Nintisatrec
one range Of half acre lots. Above this are severe.
ranges of !lierelots. The balance wilt be sold
quantitieslite , suit purchasers. for suburban' res.
d , ..nces. This is indeed the most attractive sale
real estatethat was ever °gored at public 'auctiots
The lots will be sold wltbdut reserve a chance t i
purchase itiotue at your price. Attend thesale,
On , .Saturday, June= 20ili 1.86 E
lAT 23. O'CLOCK P. M., . 7 , , ;',•
• , .
On thepr nitses. Free exclirsiOn. Trainskm! ,
Depot at 1120 and 1.40. . , •
TERMS One-fourth cash; balance in' tbreyeae, , ,
Plans at I •' ,
SNIT N, FA. SHOOK & MoCLELLAND
Jell • 55 and 57 Fifth stret.l
P .? R; & PH I LLIPS, ! i
I ikI:TpTIONEERS ' l i
Commission Merchants, I
ii HOUSE AUCTION ROME
No. 60 Fifth Street, Pittsborglk; Fa.
EOO4S, SHOES, CA7PEYTS,
i4Goods and Noti ) i
AT P IVATE SALE DAY AND NINO.
4,.. . w 43NIE VS SALE OF
_DR I Yg)
,-;0, ae.—vt ill he ts. A
MX'S, Jane:lBth; at 9 o'eld Att ek..at - corner
Lama and duodrleh • streets,. All, gheay Anty.
.order or 4astes W. Murray. Assignee o r. .‘deor
Mahaffey If and John 011bralth. • liaukre ts,
14rnya. riltp tvr6=horse Wagond, one'ziltigthrN
,aeta Wheel ,Harness,.. erne 5.,1d1e,. oue stkt Slele
*l-I*rness,!Log Chain. /he.
jela 11 A. hI'ILVY All E, Aftnetten" eez.l
ORIII4ANSP COURT SALE:;,
By Tilue of an order of the I
Allegbet. county/ I will expme to public Sale at •
Wedneeday, the Sth Day of Salgr., ' lltexi
AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M '
Those tw certain LOTS OF GROUND at the col
ner ut Brad and Ncglev streets, in the, Tillage 4
East Liberty. being Lois S and 9, in •in liegie
plan, and t t meta fronting 30 feet on lirusd siteet a
eatendid back In depth 150 trot to kin= streeti
Tintios , One•illth cash, and the baltnioe; in foil
equal and al payments with interest payahle semi
anually/ to i u seen red' ey bond and 'nor gage Owl
special c uses to enforce prompt, paynient,) on ti t i
preinisenl I ' • , , . g 4
guardian of Mary P: Mohler.l
• - )
In lill/aT VMILETT.
HOUS aI EII
sale of Z.
• CTION SALES.
:ft , vixsoor seircuruAin.
II Fruit gouse:Bunding
and 4 St. Clair Street,
:7 June 28, at 2:1.2 Ode& P.
T. lees, Will be sold, that - very desirahi
' business property known as theßittt,
House -Building. bios. 2 and 4 SI
yy atittnow occupied-by-the Howe Fewlel
ipanv, Tea Store and others. This
set locations for business porposeas
is Indeed worthy theepeoW &Matte,
men arid capltatiata for, Inyetipwt.
~VAIVHOO3I. & McOLELLASI!„ , _
• • ' 55 and 57 Tfifth itreet.i
T AUCTION SALt OI
BY YALM:63'& 114(1IM
edits Solicited. Prompt
t NEGLEY, Attorneys
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
1 11 ,000
ELL IXPROVRO REAL EMIR t
EEL & WILSON
Beaters and Real Estate Aieinfe,
• . • ~.
Se. 68 Smithfield l9Sreet.
D. BAILEY & MIO, 1 ij
AND REAL ESTATE EiRtIKER'I
AND AUCTIONWILM, , tt
.ed to hen at Anottost
1:11:10EBL I IIONTOI
olds of SECURITIES, REAL' zsTATI%
OLD FURNITURE, Ac ~ ,e ltheY on 110
• r ucthe Board of Tradottooms."
ar- attention paid, se. heretofore, to the
el Estate at private ode.;
Real EatateAn'tho country ettecille&
ro. 113 FOURTH- STREET oar
.14P iltiWZGAtitit t
c.F.p. ffi. rmtriry.
:Real Estate Agent, 00 dirttligiektitreet. A
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Thci L linifdtslgned has associated wish him 114
burliness ' + dating from 'April Ist, l `lSOS,) Mr. A Lil
PRIMO sli Al.i.. M. tun ASA. et..OILLISPIE as."-
LOUIS IL @LEHI'. The .style of the drm to be .Vt.
e . GILLF:3II.II a CO: . J. J. tko l LEspiE. 0 4. _
, Bererri g to the above. the undersigned skO,
plertattre M. 4141013, that they will continue the
1/00KI Wills ' AND _picTußE BuslliEsti
4 ms • • tri
At NO' ,eod" street; where the*'lnt,end ... offer 1n.,3 1 cr
ducpments to purchasers second tone bohae IL, tV.lt
Unite 4 States. ,i ~• '•- - . I',M,
_• _ _
ATW.ELL; 4.E.13 1 - CO. .was,,ttbssol:7:l on th'.:.•:ll.
of Fehnoify, 1868 . by mutual °onset' • Eithert
partner nuß . slips the name of the firm In ttlementl-...K
. , il.. ~., v. , ~ .1, •:, . ATWELL. ATWELL. 0.,i
1" , ,-, , • • CUAKLES ATWELL t~`a,
• A. d . LEE: - ' ic... , t
. . .
The ond(4slgmed•Nsin eiintintie the WHOLESALVA
OROOF4t• It USI N'.&% under, the 411:40 Mid style Gk.>.
, A.TW. EILL I ..4..LXF.,,tit the old place. Nihsl.3l Seeolii7, W ,
'affect, A a p ntlutumee of - the patrottage of thek' : •.
- aloha. d trits public la respectfully sollefted. r",i,t,
I i ~ - , ioneuiza A,T...wict,L. w.we
RIII:n)53 . .* • ',04:. J. lam_
WIRIBERIAELTIN AN vel..
AU' PACKING.-?Atall stock onlian.at
oft the , beit , qoallty.' Parties ,*lshlng
Ws or. ettofkwftery Beltjui,ts
11 4.1 .2"Lal 9 ,1 1 `,.P.,P,1tti be iA East. asic;.;i:4l ;
11 ' 114 , ' 1 4. 5. 5 1,.9,40r street%