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Tii*.itiFE i*A r Vi. ?..-- •
C 10143 withi dOWIAOTCr ,
Whsle the r stvms go by..
Sometimes vague impatient strivings
Stir my life within;
Hopes of being something worth),
Longing to begin.
then again a - soft contentment
• Broodeth o , er.MY state; -
When the time comes./ ath ready;
Until then I wait.
11. THE LICATLET.
tbis then life? 'TIs g&tious, so fate •
The soft Or, et breezes playing round our nest,
The Summer fragrancwing iiterywhere,
The bnippy birds low cootng - in Cheir nest.
. . ,
71filhat meant the fear with which weinton life?
It is ail - good, and hopes comes after joy;
anything in this delightsome strife.
Storms cannot daunt us, sunshine cannot cloy.
MSS me. kiss me, kingly , sun
) THU glow with crihiso ru n t' ,
Till along my 'veins shall •
• Liquid lustre glistening bright: ,
Lct thy touch so piercing sweet
Hold me close and thrill me through. •
Till I faint with languid heat,
Tilt for rent from thee loflignt! sue;
Hear not 0 King
*.Let me die - withi n-h thy sight.
• -IV. AUTITAIN LEAP. . .
I:wwnds so bright a l a i ttle w hile er what had vnishefront theago world:
• . It a,
And now we leaves upon the branches marled
Hang wearily, just swaying to and fro.
*she sun shines on, the cruel biting ...v.
He will not vall one stalls to Ulu our vain:
What matter that. so his great course is run?
The enhjeete suffer, but the Vin must reign,
'W e are too 'emery even to comp lain.
- • P. FALLEN.
-Th ro w sprat clutc
looserhe last weak hold
Gs looser and and looser•
Compryg leap Into depths untold *
closer and closer and doter. •
_Drawn from below,
How Where shall we vanish to .7
shall we go ?
Leaving the upper air,
Fallen on dul despair.
Here wee li low.
- Let meulecp, it is so sweet to slumber— •
All of sweetness that vemaineth still;
Swift the drenching rains and frosts of Wi nter .
Ind the earth of worn out things of ill.
'limey be some good therdniti withinnu "
May survive the discipline of pain;
Mugnot die, but change its outward substanee;
. May revive in other leaves again • ' -
—Dickens is fifty-seven years old.
—Charlotte Cushman is in l'irashirtgton.
—Elie wcmts getter schools for the young.
iSasOny, has abolished capital Punish
—Chic6go supports 881 laiqera and 880
—George William Curtis ,is engaged on a
ries,' novel: , • •
Bishop Beckwith will permanently re
sidiat Macon, Georgia. 7.-
--tucille Western is playing to ciowded
houses in San Frtuitisco.
—Cfeveland claims a - population closely
, touching one hundred thousand.
—The father of Robert Bonner was an
inn keeper in Raymilton, Ireland.
—Fifty years' ago there was nothing in
the way of a railroad in this country.
—Thousands of fish in the .rivers of Illi
.llolB have been poisoned by locust eating.
—A lad ten years old, in Running,
nos, last week committed
... suicide by
hanging. • •
—There are 1,355' saloons for the sale of
liquor in Chicago; 81 hotels and 640 board
ing houses. •
---"Funerals to -day" is the cheerful cap
tion of an original department in the Phila
. delphia Post. , ' , •
• ' —There i s truth in the report that the
Pendleton escort sneaked home out of New
•York one by one. - .
--George Wunderlich, a pains-taking
Philadelphia artist of considerable local
reputation, is , deed. ,
—The Handy Opera House of, Cincin
mad' - late be sold at SherifCs sale. It is ap.
- praised at' $124,500.
—Two, : pork packing houses, with aggre
gate capacity to slay' 5,000 hogs a day, nre
being erected - at Chieago.
—Mrs. Lois Goss, of ,I.,evant,. Me., ninety
years of age, has cut three teeth of her third
-set, during the past winter,
—"Going up to Osiosh to have a little
fun with the boys" is:the new slang phrase
for entering upon a spree.
—The Un ited'States has enough railroad
track& to go around the earth and.' three
.f' on a second journey.
"' - - Bev. Lewis E. Watson, pastor of Ply
mouth Congregational Church, died at
• • Lyons, France, on the 21st ultimo.
—Miss Lacoste, the beauttful and accom
plished reader, died in New , York on Mon-,
day, evening, of rheumatism of the heart. • ,
—Thomas Francis 'Meagher ISM have, , a
monument erected to his memeryat Water
ford Ireland, the home of his/childhood.
Brooks county, West Virginia, is mov
ing to erect a monument to the memory 64
the-deceased Union soldiers who fell in bat
—Reports. from all p a rts ' of Nebraska
show that the wheat crop 7.11 l exceed. both
in quantity !and quality, .every previous
The'sanity ot Mrs. Victor, , who is
o-stwaiiing exeen ion in the . Cleveland jail, is
-to be made the subject of a' medical ,com
•`—The Turf liisid and Farm, by all odds
, the best, sporti g journal in Anieiiea, has,
donned a new eta and
will herea ft er ap . -
pear semi-wee y. ;' , ,
' —An lowa per intimates that. the reason
' why Clay D , it ', does . not wali, himself is
because Theis`fraid the Democratic party
might lose ground. ;
—Asslipra e e, one of the wealthiest eta
' zeal,- of Boa ter, New York, and formerly
..' . s . prominent railroad man, died at Avon on
1 • Vedriesday night.' - . • ',.
—The Hannibal and 11. Joseph Railroad
Company of MisiOuri have been dispoiing
' of their landa l in•libisouri, They will re
•alize about ti T ree millions this year from
such sales, '' . . • ',
' • ' —:Philadelp la has had a • number of mad
dogs. this , riv Dog days , cothmenced
~. July Bd, , and w ill end on Augustilth, i That
'the' season does nOt'llant longer is rt good
Shing forthe mines - ,/- .: ~
--Coiniiibi9 olty, - indlaila, has: a 11 1 1 04 ,
and he's adrinmxierrand he drums on the
: walls to this'nurport:' that he wastiiirdere&
in that t lins° eight years'agO r buricdOtteiti
. liet'lleeis and that he w,g . PlP,9iii Seiko'
old when he met with these discouraging 4
—W. R. Boyer, locifteObr or r
the Grand - •
River (310. A Ifftcs, was ihkit, dead while'
sitting m stAit - goods store by ii. ruffian • ,
shout whoin ht had t 'wntnin Un'offensiye,
pai.agmphtl The.; mniderer - escaped. ,-;
is4nnonneed‘4hat the Washington'',
Monument Fund, in thetands -Cif the Cin
cinnati Society, amounts now to''s7l,Boo,--
having thus increased from the accumulat
ing interest of the securities in. which is
Chicago Evening Pcol!„.flevote,a
/till column towards proving from the Ma;
fUrnished by a new : ' directory that
-that' City -contains; a population. of at least
three hundred thousand. . There are 94,123
names enrolled. - •
L-The bridgelm the Pittsburgh and Erie
Railway which broke down and caused the
recent Union Mills disaster, is to be set up
'at Erie, in the yard of the Corapany, for
the purpose of being thoroughly tested by
competent judges. • • •
—The citizens 'of South 'Bend, Ind., and
the surrounding country are.making prepa
rations fot a grand celebration atthe former
place in oiler to appropriatily welcome
Hon. Schuyler Colfax when he returns
—There were forty deaths in St. Louis
on Monday last. From the , earnest manner
in which the journals enforce the fact that
there is no cholera in that city, we incline
to the belief that the dread pestilence has
made its appearance there. -
-A hen-pecked husbend hands us the fol
lowing epigram, a translation from an old
Greek peet, who evidently knew how to be
seyere and caustic:
Two happy days in marriage life allowed—
A *ire in her,weddin a . garb and in her shroud.
Sure, then, that state; cannot be called accursed,
Where the last day ' s au happy as the first.
—The veritable Timothy Finnigan, a la
borer on the Union Pacific Railway, recent
ly, died, and from the:nuaber of men Off
duty the'day following the.dernise, the boss
entered on his record that "there must have:
been lots of fun at Tim Finnegin's wake."
History repeats itself.
—A well dressed wet:llan entered a house
in St. Louis and drawing a, great knife de
manded from the frightened lady money.
The latteilmstily seized a shot gun which
was convenient to her, and leveled it at the
female footpad. It is unnecssary to say the
thief made a rapid retreat '
—A M. Wade, of Dayton, Ohio, about
one year itgo presented her hustiand Ath
three ,heavy, bouncing • boy babies. Last
week she again honored him,with••two of
the same sort. Five children inside of one
year may please Mr. Wade,
_but most other
folks would not relish the joke,
—A case of maternal heroism is' made
public. Mrs. McArdle has int been re
leased from, the lowa penitentiary, mifere
she has passed four years of a sentence for
life. She confessed to the murder of her
husband. It hat been ascertained that she
so eonfessed in order to save her son, who
alone Naas guilty, ftomptiniabruent.
Samuel. Lover, the Irish author who
has contributed so largely towards supply
ing the world much to laugh at in such
works as "Rory O'litore," "Handy Andy,"
and like productions, died in Dublin re
cently at' the age of seventy-one years. Mr.
,Lover was small in stature,- genial and
companionable, full of song and mirth, and
the productions from his humorous - pen will
survive him many years. •
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Schroter, one of the many to whom is as
cribed the invention of the pianoforte, pub
lished an account of tlie instrument in 1768,
in whiCh he says the performer may "at
pleasure play fort (loud), or piano (soft);"
and the present name is believed to hay&
been iitziggested by this statement. The pi
ano-fort is really a harp, operated by ma
chinery instead of the direct action of the
fingers. At first it was very simple; but
additions and improvements were made
from time to ' time, until its present
state of perfection was reached. The fol
lowing from Oliver Optic's Our Boy's and
Giri's Magazine is interesting :
The piano should be 'closed when not in
use, in order to prevent the collection of
dust, .tc., on the • sound-board, and' also to
preserve the strings and "action" from the
ill effects of sudden change of 'tempersture.
Nothing can injure a piano so much as ex
treme heat, whether arising from a bright fire
in front of it, or, what is worse, the hot air
in the furnaces ,in such generafuse. Care
should he takis, to prevent moisture of any
kind from getting between the keys, par
ticularly when clouting them, as it will
cause,them to stick. Moths are destructive
to planthiptd should be kept out of them
by placing a lamp of . camphor, wrapped in
paper to prevent evaporation in the inside
.corner. Any, hard substance placed upon
a'piano will cause a jarring noise, and if the
top part is .unprotected by a cloth cover,
that also will often rattle. Young Pianists
would injure the piano less if .they would
i refrain from Striking the keys with such
force; a little touch, with a judicious use of
the loud pedal, will yield a far better and
equally as full a tone as if they exerted all
the force at their command.
Few are aware of the benefit to be derived
from having their. pianos regularly tuned
slid kept in, ordor; every new piano • should
be tuned at, least once a month, and none
should be allowed ,to remain untuned over
three. When a Plano is half a note below
concert pitch, and it is required to be drawn
up,• it should bii; twice tuned, the second
,itiii4ng about a month after the first, or it,
will not stand well in tune.
It would be well_ to remember that the
tuning of a piano consists only, of tighten
ing and relaxing the strings to the requisite
. IT is a striking fact that the dying never •
weep. , The circle,, of sobbing,' agonizing'
hearts around produces. not a tear. Is it'
that he is•insensihle and.stiff already in the
chill of dbieolutionf That cannot be, for
he asks for his father's hand, as If to gain
strength in theju'ental,. Struggle, and leans
on the breast Of a mother, brother, or sister,
with atill' conscious, affectiok; and just be:
; fore expiration, at eve, after a long,flas '8
converse with the angel of aummer, he says
to his oldest brother tho, last audible "good
night" of earth —" Kiss :;me, ' kiss-:-:" It
must belecartee ttui dying . have l'eached a
'P94 l t t 4 *O ee P fc?'. , Our earthly crying and
weeping. ..Tney gp. face, o face,with 4100:
and hotter:ok. 77 -Wlththe Father in heaven;
and his 'angel; ropg',:. led on by : the Son
himself, amlli at are griefs of mourning,
, tepora of;a.deg,far*vell,' be it that' they
; arc,shed wi 6..dearelit . on earth, l4 that
;vietsirhright , 9T ini*orfai life end everlast4 •
GTE GAZETTE : MONDAY, JULY 18, 1868
• 4;rrwir.cycrx , pAnqi
xfzi OEAR6riItADE wlnri ARTIFICIAL
TEETH ARE ORD RED.
A FIIILL SET FOR $8
I' DR. SCOTT'S •
A7B PENN STREET, 3D 'DOOR ABOVE RAND.
ALL WORK WARRANTED. CALL AND TX
AMINE SPECIMENS OF OENUTNE VULCAN
rrE. , ; r , , . my9:d&T,
32. et x 3. cll. el lora,
FOR OAS .AND OIL.
Just received the
_the. linestand largest assortment
eyer opened )it tas city. _
WELDON & KELLY,
VAT WOOD STREET; COR. VIRGIN ALLEY.
..h2ol:=/ - •
EMENT, SOAP STONE, Bzo.
r YDRAIILIC. CEMENT.
PLASTER, CHIMNEY TOPS,
• ' WATER PIPES.
lIIENBY H. COLLINS ?
2B WoOd street.
CLOSING OUT OF
Si:MIXER DRESS.GOODS GOODS ,
'J. IL BURCHFIELD 43. CO'S,
NO: 52 St. Clair Street;
i . • • i , .
LAWNS for 25c: worth 37tic.
LAWNS for 37c. worth 621 c.
GEKNADINES, for 25 cents worth 40c.
1 21MTOPIVrAM11 , _
GEEY .4.405D0, for 50c. worth 75c. ..
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF
' DRESS GOODS
IN THE CITY, ALL ENTIRELY NEW, A S ND
CO.V.A.T O EST •IN , '1"11M CITY,
. E.E.S.IEHEZE. THE PLAt)E.
No. 52 St. Clair -Street;
TO ! CLOSE srocic. OF
87 MARKET BTB.V.ET.
THEOBORH F. PHILLIPS
je9n: 137.7.... MARKET
115 WOOD ST.
ARBUTIINOTi - SIIANNON &
No. 115 WOod St., Pittsburgh, Po.,
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
AT lAWEST EASTERN PRICES.
130SIERY and GLOVES.
Qs' so. 168 ,Wylie Street. jp
168. . 161 k
!`IA U, , tan
WHOLESALE DialaantB IN
Foreign and Dom!stic Dry Goods,
4 Do. 9* WOOD BTREDT,
Third door above Diamond Wry.
THEM GREAT .ANIEERICAN CO
A. 311) SEACING.3IIELCHINE.
rIT.HAS 310 .F.qtrA.L„
BEING AIIPOIAJTELit THE BEST FAMILY
MACHINE IN THE ORLD, AND IN
TBINBIOALLY THE OHEAVEST.
-Si'Agents wanted to sell Ude aischtne.
Cri-LAJ9.• C. 184.108.40.2061...E.M,
• Agent fo r r Vreetern tenniylvinlo.
Corner FIFTH AND 'Id'ARICET lITEEETK over
I Eletiardion , o Jewelry Rom r. • . . mremot
r.roknolsooN , oil
GEO. SC :* IN,
nutcy Cake Bidier & Coniectioner,
. FCREDIN &DOMESTIC FRUITS I NUTS,
No. 40,-oosnerlederal and Ito' Onion streets, Alle
gheny. tir Constantly on hand, 101/ OMAN, of
various flavors. . , .0 .
HEN** ' 1 ,v;; 110 Stiql ,
'Copfec4oorllaS Bakery .
No. Noo ensTruntioNTNN.m..,
,= Bbt*reetx &meet!' sad Liberty
d t q ~,y . ManufaCturerf
No 1111 IfetieriaSteati
candoLa l . from iiie ;nig, Ittliiimal Butt; 1.1113.
idiom .O 0 hi .1)11,.+
_!yep .14 stke 4*
puicEs MARKED .DOWN:
BIACIEWM an CARLISLE'S,
No:19 Fifth Street.
ALL GOODS GREATLY REDUCED !
ON ANDJULY IST.
aI AFT6 •
MOO for " "
CORSETS, `(Real French,). . ..,'
LINEN RANDBERCRIEFS 4 3 for...
KID GLOVES, 4rarrsnted,) .
PAPER COLLARS ~ 10
200 Yds. SPOOL' COTTON,. (gool)
POCKET BOOKS, worth 50c
MEN'S BUMMER trlpEnattucTi3
MEN'S JEAN WXR.5.,.... .. r ".
All kinds Bo ets and Hats at Half Cost.
ORE T 13AFICAINS!
IN Am.'. 33§1 OE, GOODS
Special Eatc s to Merchants & Dealers
• ot old
111A011IIDI & CARLISLE,
19 FIFTH STREET
T JOSEPH HOWIE & CO.'s,
DAILY ARRIVAL OF ,
HA HAM MBUBURRG G EDGINGSINSERTINGS AND FLOUNCINGS;
SWISS .EDGINGS ANT) INsERTINGS;
LACE CAPES, COIFFEURS AND PARASOL
LINEN COLLAR§ AND CUFFS.
SUPER STOUT AND SUPER FINE COTTON
AND MERINO 1-4 ROSE;
LADIES' AND MISSES' ROSE, In Lace, Lisle,
Silk and Cotton; of beat English and Ger-
DOMESTIC HOSIERY, at 'very low nstes;
ALEXANDRE'S DUCHESS XII ) GLOVES, is
new line lust received.
A full assyrtment of BULLION. AND SILK
BEAD FRINGES ' AND TRIMMINGS; ~.
TRIMMING RIBBONS AND SATINS;
PARASOLS AND SUN 11/M.GRELLAS.
At greatly reduced rates
New style HATS—Ladles' and Alirses.
CRAPES. IttALINES DOTTED NETTS:
BONNET SILKS, FRAIKES,
SUNDOWNS AND SITAKER HOODS,
Wholesale and Retail.
CALL AND EXAMINE
77 and 79 Market Street.
BEST: STOCK IN. THE CITY.
LAIYIII3 , ITO BITOE GAMITLETS,
With Military Cant, in Drab, Buff and Tan.
A fall line of French,' German And 'English
In Silk, Linen and Palm Leaf. A full line of White
FRIVES, SEWING SILK AM) BULLION,
In all colors az (.1 shades.
FRINGED; BEADED, LINED AND PLAIN.
A FULL LINE OF HOOP SKIRTS
Also, some new styles . DROP SKIRTS
CCRSETS—A complete variety, ln white and col
ored, for Lapel and Misfits..
Nalnsook, Velvet 'Ribbons Paper Collars,
Irish Liam, I Kid Gloves, . Paper lion.
Lawn, Silk Gloves. Striped Shirts,
Swiss, • Lisle Gloves, Embolderies,
Cambric, Cotton Gloves, - Ribbons, etc.
Also, THE NEW SARATOGA COLLAR.
All these goods are to be had at the LOWEBN
MACRUM, GLYDE & CO.,
78 and SO Market Street.
• COAL AND COKE.
scut Limn & Co.
o ve r. LAMA C. DAVIS.
COAL AND COKE.
(Mee, Sandusky Street and P. P. lAr.`ds C.
R., Allegheny City.
Youghiogheny Coal and Connelleville Coke ;
AT LOWEST MiIIKET EATS.
Air °edam promptly attended to.
COAL! COAL!! COALM
DICKSON, STEWART & CO.
. • ,
Having removed their Office to
NO, 567 1.13313:111•1 1 3r STREET,
Mutely cat Flour Mill) BEOOND FLOOR.
Are lbw mewed to furnish good TODGIIIOGRE
NY Lunt - r, NUT . COA.L BLACK, at, tke,lovves I
All brders left at theft. aloe,• or addressed to
them through themall, will be attepded to promptly.
CHARLES H. ARIIISTRONGi
YOUGHIOOLENT AND OONTELLEMILE COAL,
And Manufacturers of
00AL, 131,A0V: AND DESIJL:PHURZZED COKE
Office •and Tard-;CORNER •OF BUTLER AND
MORTON STREETS. First yard on Liberty and
Clymer streets, Ninth Ward, and on Second street,
near Lock Nu. 1, Pittsburgh, Pa.
FamUles and Manufacturers supplied with the
bert article of Coal or Coke at the lowest cash rates.
Orders lett at any of Jamie offices will receive
A 11318TRO1VG St.:HUTCHINSON,
' ' WCIADICLPIIII,4I ANDYOIIOBIOOIIICrit COAL CO.,
ROAD AND R17.,R, Of superlot Touiplioghen7
CAS AND FAMILY 'COAL.
Mee and yard—FOOT,OF TRY BTRICIVI'. near
the Una Works. •
SUPERIOR CO.&L. _
C. 'CHERRY dB 'CO., •
Minerspod tlhippers of PITTOBIIIIOROABLTOROR
and FAMILY COAL, NUT. COAL and
Cosi delivered'promptl7 to all parts of this cities
at the lowest market rates.. • •
°Moe and Yard—CORNER poIIRTD AND WAS.
. BON (fOrmerl7 Canal) OTREETB;Fittsbursti. . • .
P.O. BOX ISO% , t • .
RIMS & MOSEII,
IllitilTllol7BE .68809 fA I TION strrunime, Nos.
a and 4 Bt. Olatt. Sl>eninl
ittentlon given to desiglng And PittlOng of,
gOVSTEMBIA *WIT= Btal,Wiltaif. "
N OTWIVIISTANDINo , IME
Nanufactureis' recent advance in
prices, we will contingsto (lei the
Largest stock of. Brussels, Velvets
and Ingrain Cexpets in the city, at
the lowest prices reached this sea
son. , Just received, a few pieces of
a new and exquisite patterns of
OLIVER 11'CLINTOCK & CO.,
rj N 0.23 Fifth Street.
White, Red, Checked, Striped and Fancy
MATTING - S,
IN (,GREAT vAirxrdinc.
Oil Cloths, Window, Shades. &c.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
21 1 1 1/TH STREET.
71 - ,73
MoPABLAND & COLLINS
HAVE JIIBT RECEIVED THE
NEWEST .AND BEST STYLES OF
ENGLISH VELVET CAIIIIET,
Tapestry and Body. Brussels,
WHICH THEY ARE SELLING AT
The Lowest Prices Reached this Season.
SUPERFINE. INGRAIN 9IAPRPETS
DOWN TO $l.lO AND $1.15 PER YARD
MoPARLAND & COLLINS
Nos. 71 and 73 . ';Fifth Street.
Which TEN YEARS , TRIAL in New York and oth
er Eeaterp cities has proved a complete success.
Ist—Fading and Shrthkage WO completely avoid,
Ad—No rippinitapart necessary. 1
3d—When freed from dust, moths or their larvae,
the Carpet looks nearly as good as; new, save the
natural fading from wear. -
4th—When perfectly clean, a Carpet will weer ZS
long again, a desirable matter as a mere point of
economy, to ray nothing of looks.
ALL ORDERS LEFT AT THE OFFIOE,
No. 179 Liberty , . Street" •
Or addresised to P. O. Box 413, will receive prompt
attention. - •
GEO. L. IieCLINTOCK,
, snide: lIROPRIETOR.
TTh r AXES! TAXES!! •
e Tax Payers of the conaolidated City of Pitts
burgh, are hereby notified that the Tax Books are
now in the tiands.. of the City Treasurer, ready for
collection. • '
Taxes and Water Rents pnid between the let of
JUNE and the Ist of AUGUST. will be received at a
DISCOUNT OF FIVE PERCENT.
And between AUtIIRIT Tat; and the 15th of SEP
TEMBER, ate • •
DISCOUNT OF TWO PERCENT.
' Froin the 15th of SEPTEMBER to the let of OC
TOBER, all xes be_payable as assessed: After
the Lst of OCTOBER, FIVE per cent. will be added;
and on the
lee of -NOVEMBER, all unpaid Taxes
will be_putinto the bands of Collectors WINO THE
FURTHER ADDITION OF FIVE PER ,CEN,
making difference of FIFTEEN PER. CEN T, T
between those paying'in July and those paying In
Mir The STATE MERCANTILE. LICENdES are
now due, and should be paid on or before the lst of
July,' to save coat and expense of suit.
' - • . S. ALLINDER,
DRAIN PIPE.-HALL &AD
SUPERIOR ARTICLE. OF
.4.1 l sires, from one to twenty-four inches It - WEL=
DON & KELLY'S, agents for manufacturers, MIT
ood street, between rah and Stith streets.
N_ AIL persons ha 1261
ed in the STEAIIIIIO T AlleiADL#o frill take
notice that I have seised raid ntealn tat the. Belt
of BANICII, rseivair. A GO.
3tiUlgbal's Mace. Hag 37:1889 .
T A ILSOS•STRECI: 7 - OTICE IS
tp , berebyglven that the*levrere , nooltded to &s
-een damigee and benefits for wid • Mug of Ja.Cli.-
SON STEEET, Seeond ward. Allegheny, from Pao
ture•Lane_tilltlelde Alley. will me ton the prem.
fees on 'TEItSDAY. the. 9th day or July , at Ali
o'clock P. M. to attend to the dut es' of teir ap
pointment. • ...,TA inalidkr,
~ - . -i - rii . ~, ;. „: ~. • .• aki' en tl. : ANA
o pir4upgag.WEßEEV. - .OTICF,
hereby,,,t van, fluktlbe .-N
amen dathingesnlrd tenants for Widening of aleo-
PADDEN STREET,IfIghth ward, Allegheny,
meet on the premise,' ~ the 10th day of
July, al4grab& r. It., to attend to the duttee•of
thelf s appolntment.',..; !AIM,
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FOR SALE--REAL ESTATTI
FOR . SALE.
500 ACIMS OF`-W H I TE riBE .. AND Ms
LOCH. TUBBER LAND situated tat Black Ile
Creek, BuilinKton township, Indiana county, Pa.
9 miles from Einenab Station, on the Pennsylcani
Central Rallroad. and about 60 acres of cieare
land,. under good fencing. On the premises ar
erected one Grist ISM. with 2-run of burrs and :
run of stones, all complete and In good running of
der. One Saw MB, in, complete order, aqua
3,000 feetne,rday. I. ' , '
.One dwelignsi house, two storleli blab. with A:
rooms. 40x42 feet.
One dwell.ing, 28x40 f et, El rooms.
' 5 2 "
One " 1.14526 • 2
One " 18x26 ' 4 • •'One
24 " ISxx26 26 • ,"
One " ,
' One Stable. 20x24 feett 16 feet high; Blacgunit
Shop and other outbuildings. This land is under
laid with stone coal and t-on ore, and it has went •
of never-falling springs c,f water, besides the cr.*
running through the en:ire premises; and 'Will
sold cheap and on easy tr,rms, to a good man with':
little money. • • • , .
10 LOTS ON BEI)FOLD AVENUE, each lot 2
by 100 - feet, on whicnda erected four two-stor
frame dwelling . houses, df 6 rooms and hall east
These lots embrace a full 'square of ground, front
ing 200 feet on Bedford avenue, and bounded o
each end by a wide street, with an 18 feet alley i
the rear. .0n the premises le a punip or lastlng so
excellent water. and the' surface of the lots is ley,
and needs neither filling nongrading to prepare tbei
for building purposes, and being In a section of lb
city where property is Increasing very rapidly .I
value, make them desirable for an Investment, card
chilly as the present harries rent for enough to pa
a good- interest on the 'sum asked for the who:
proper y. Call soon on the undersigned and seem
a cheap, safe and paving investment.
'Also, A FARTS O FARTSI6O ACHES of good isni,
-situated in East Wheatfield township. Indiana Co
Pa., 00 acres of which;le cleared hand, In
ttvatlon, 20 acres beinglin excellent meadow: 'rl
improvements are a-twaatory frame dwelling bout
of 4 rooms, 111111 a frame bank barn, 36x60 feet, aril
stab l ing underneato, other outbuildings, all
good repair. - It is' in'a good neighborhood. bony
Tricot to schools, churches, stores. ,tc.. and will
sold very low for cash od aonrcved sectiritiez.
. Also, a RIVER BOTTO, M. FARM of 76 acres, -
miles from the city, • MI. Elizabeth township, Ail - -
gheny county . Pa., on the Youghiogheny river, on;
half mile from Elrod 'a Station. on the Connellsvili
railroad; near ..hurches_„ , schools, stores, ln tr
flourishing villages of Bruton and Green Oalt. T
improvements are a top-etory brick house of a
rooms, hall and cellar,
r rod frame bank barn wl
stabling underneath, a other outbuildings; a w
of good standing watt at the door, and save
standing Borings of water on the farm. and an o
chard of 700 trees of selected fruits of apples eh '
ries, pears, peaches, quinces and grapes. Thh; pro
erty being located near the line of the rallroa
within one hour's ride of the city, makes It very d
arable for gardening dr a.. dairy farm; it is also
good and beautiful location for country homes ne
the city, lying immediately on the river, on the o .
posite side from the railroad,. The West Newt '
Accommodation and other trains on the railroad
ford certain and hellbent opportunities of dal
communication to and from the city. Will be s
as a whole or in lots of one acre or more, to suit p
chasers 3i. _ ,
Also, A FARM 'OF 173 ACRES, situate°, in 1
Clair township, Westmoreland •connty; Pa., ne
the line of the Pennsylvania Railroad at Hoes
Station. The improvements are a two-story fro
_with six rooms, and good cellar, a frame bar
barn *0 by 60 feet,, and other outbuildings.. Thei
is on the place a young apple and peach orchari
120 acres cleared land p - divided into fields of con
Meat size, a large portion of which are well set
clover and timothy; the residue of said tract eo
L ,r, •f l
ered with good timber ' It is well watered-and u
derlaid with coal and I mestone, and is con 'elle
to churches, schools, tores, mills and bl kami
shops. A real good ba In is offered in thi axe
lent farm; and with it;l , ,yill be sold all the erso
property on the preartses, consisting of hors
cows, stock cattle, hogs and Poultrr, harness, ffes
wagon, plows, fanning implementa and hiseho
and kitchen furniture., Together will be sold ve
low and ou easy terme,t to a responsible pure aser.
Also, a desirable arid very fertile Tract of Land
158 ACRES A 141) 25 PERCHES. in Elizabeth Tr.
Allegheny county, Pal!, on the line of the Hemptiel
railroad. and one and one-half miles from, the Col
nellsville railroad at Sirter's Station. On this far
are 40 acres ,of superior white oak timber, - will
alone is now worth on -half the price asked fort
k whole tract. The improvements are a log hou
frame barn, good fencing, and an apple orehard
good -fruit. - It is wen v; atered and underlaid wi
limestone and flag stone of a superior quality, vri
stone coal for the use pf the farm.
Also, The best FARM in Fairfield townsfil
Westmoreland count*, Pa., of 250 ACRES, sbo
six miles south bf the Pennsylvania Central :ha
road at Boligar Station The improvements are ty
large hewed- log dwellings; one of the largest of
best frame barns tn ithe township; two apple-0
chards, in good bearing condition: corncrib, wage
shed and other outbuildings. , The whole farm;
under , a high state of ;cultivation
bestsfncing all brat -
rate order, and the hind of the quality of lim
stone soil, about 200 acres of which Is cleared ai
sthe residue of the qua in gobd tiMber, such 3
white oak, rock oak, hickory, walnut did been
This property will be sold cheap and on gO.
terms, as the owner ,wishes to engage in other be
ness. For particulars enquire of,
G. K. TOWER, 164 Fourth Street.
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TWO HOUSES AND LOT on Carton arm
Allegheny. ,This property will be sold low, as t
pf litheta about leavd ore thr the city, and wishes to dispe,
SA.W MILL, TWO DWELLING HOUSES, T
_good ;FARM. and about 800 ael
timberland. This property' will besold low. Ca
42.500—bolance °ultimo to-suit buyer.
PAESI OF 120 ACRES, will be sold for twen
dollars per acre. Improvements comfortable frai
house and good barn; •50 acres of the land clear.
FARM OF 180 ACRES, near the line of railros,
very well located for raising_ stock; improvemmi
are good and substantial; 100 acres of the land
meadow and grain._- •
CITY PROPERTY.—WiII sell a good brick hops
containing eve roots!, at Sixteen Hundred Donal
and would rent fordhe amount In six years. , .
A LARGE LOV OF' GROUND, having HT'
front and very convenient of access.
TANNER% , convenient to the city, and having
well established custom or local trade connect
therewith; a good dwelling ...rid forty acres ofiand,
FOUR LOTS in +Sharpsburg, near the tallroa
would make a good coal yard. - •
HOTEL FOR BALE.—That fine Hotel ptopert
situated as the Elairsville Junction, containi
fourteen rooms knd the necessary outbuildin
with three acres garden and fruit tree& T
well located hoterwill be sold low, as the proprSSSl l
for wishes to retire from business.
FOR RENT. •
One large Honsel for' Boarding House.
One new Brick House, 8 rooms.
One new Brick House of 4 rooms.
One new Brick louse of 3 rooms.
One House of 5 ooms and lot 55 by 140.
One House ef 7 °outs and lot 150 by 150.
Two new Brick Houses, 11 rooms each.
One new Frame Rouse, '4 rooms.
Two new ilrickHouses, 3 rooms each.
Quo new Frump House in Wlikinsburg, hayl
six rooms and large tot, well salted for gard
7 acres that can be divided Into acre lots/
5 Lots In Oakiiixid.
Power and a large Room and Yard for re
good location. IVUI be rented for short or lo
FOR: LEASE OR BALE-3 Lots on Morton etre.,
WANTED-3,000 feet of Flagging 3 to 4 !Well
thick. ' • - •
TO 1a0AN...450,000, ay'
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t3MS OF 35,000 AND UPWARD
D. E BATC S REAL ESTATE OM
No. 91 Grant St., Pittsburgh.
2,U 'U,OOO .
Union Pak itaaroad corps t;
Lying Along theilie°/. t h eft rotd, at .
$l,OO -NO *5,0 PTIR ACRE S ' • . 4 , '•
And on a CREDIT OF FI E Timm.
For further pittetilare. raps, addrosi
JOHN DEVI:BEIM, 14 .1
Lind Commissioner , Topeka, Bo :
Or CHAS. B. 'LAMBORN, See%.
. Locals. Missourk4
I proved, th frame' house et' slir. rooms. frattyA
barn, and an 'Orchard of good bearing apple at t ...e 4 .-
-peactilrees. &e.: 65 acres , cleared. the bs2aii.e
good oak, hickerv.-nugat and other timber. bitnue,4s.:
-three miles frotat he Muskingum river. at Silever i. A2- .. .
This is said to belle cheapest farm offered for s
in the Muskinguni Valley, and parties desiring
nurchase should call aeon. .
. R. M.otiltlir & co., Kt.
. 3,1 - , No, 56 smithdeld street
VErN'°use , ..,
Iltlf ' RESIDENCE FOt-.514
' SALE 00 }LENT . —A large two-story' d0u04 3 1
, tontaluing 10 rooms, including, double pa.?.
lor, with marble mantles, and all the. modern latt - '
provements; tore - of ground, t titled ' t
grapes, berries, &c. Situated near` Illnersville,it
the termination of the ;Wylie - street-Passenger tarn ::-
,This leone of the handsomest locations in Ailegho , &.s. ,
county,' and itt- a good a neighborthlod. Apply 0 ,, , , 1
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itd-rkitirttir slab 12 all Vito of the city and Ei. -4 .74=74,1„
_ln --good locatloitTi,
Also., a amaillmi2OLEN P 01•010,,,v1tb. 20 no s T s.. * -.
of Isitoloittl a txxr ImprovetoOme,t A0004)1%011
oheland: ,resoottiblectermet. • 8UM0R.55 .ElOl2 /1”&,
tale on g - trod". ipritt RI Pore2Ang-Houses
Yelp both 0411. - ,, Pot further barticularoltiquii - ,,,
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IQ T- 0.004 street, PDPoalte caibcd na ' . :. '
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