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CHEAP ISMS FOB THE PEOPLE..--
The GUM! T WESTERN GUN WORKS have Vern
nonotoed to N 0.179 SMITHFIELD STREET, where
always be found the moat comp/de assortment
of Gans, Pistols, Ammunition and Sport.
M Material, &v.., into, alp. All kinds of Guns
and g Pistols eareuliy repaired. Cash paid for
ARMY RIFLES and REVOLVERS. Send /temp
for iikotrated Circular. Agents wanted in
town in the United States. Address, J.ll. JO=
STON. 179 dmitloisici Street. Ptitiftrch.
WJOHN N. PIIRVIUNCE,
Register in Bankruptcy for ild District.
Mae, 116 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY.
s3r Office bours-9 A. M. to 5 P. X
KNABE A. CO.'s
AND RAINES BROS. PIANOS,
For sale on monthly and quarterly payments
"13 43 Fifth street, Sole Agent
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Godeffroy Braneker & Co.,
42 EXCHANGE PLACE NEW. lORX,
Are prepared . , as Sole Agents in the United States
tbr the Prussian Mining and Iron Co., of Duisburg,
Westphalia, to contract or sell in quantities to suit
purchasers, (delivered In either New York or Phila-
delphla) the celebrate.)
V. H. - SPIEGELEISEN
Used eo•eztenetvety for thelmsnnfsetortng of
This Iron Is free from Sulphur and Phosphorus, and
contains a heavy - percentage of Manganese. The
-above are also ready to contract for, or sell to arrive
G. ARNDT & CO.,
of Dortmund, for which latter firm they also have
the Sole Agency in the 'United States
Pelf pirticulars, samples, prices or chemical an-
alysia will be promptly forwarded on application
The Peoples National Bank of Pittsburgh.
Capital, : : : : $1,000,000.
GEORGE BLACK Vice President.
F. M. GORDON
The above Institution will occupy their
No. 75 Wood Street, above Fourth Street,
On MONDAY, August 3d, where in future their
business will be transacted. aus:tB2
BAILEY' FARRELL & 1A31.,
SHEET AND BAR LRIk.D,
'Pig Lead, Galvanized and Plain Iron Pipe;
Rubber Hose, Hose Pipe and Screws;
Oil Globes, Steam Gauges and Whistles;
Globe Valves. Safety Valves At Steam Cocks;
• Iron and Copper Sinks and Bath Tubs;
Lift, Force and Farm Pumps, Re.
N 0.167 Smithfield St., Pittsbfugh.
,llRrSenti for Circular. • • aus:ws
lIOUSE ESTABLISHED 1824.
JACOB B. HUBLEY,.
Nos. 27 & 29 Fourth St., Pittsburgh.
:/f superior French and American make, Wholesale
nd Retail. and pure We: CREAMS and WATER
CRS. FOREIGN FRUITS, of all kindr, JELLIES
...rid rare delicacies. In 6C219011.
Weddings. Parties. Festivals and Select. Comna -
des supplied promptly, and equal In style to any
• • they establishment in the country. :silver and
bins Ware supplied. and also careful waiters.
Sir Elegant apartments provided for Meals, com
rising the delic , cies of the season. Ladles and
Rallies can enjoy a quiet retired place to dine.
BLACK SILK SACQUES.
Lama Lace Points,
YOB MLR AT LOW PRICEB, BY
WHITE, ORR & CO.,
'25 Fifth Street,
)R OAK LAUNIESEIL •
A CHOICE LOT OF
' OOl FLOORING and COAL PITT BAIL,'
Yard below Suspension Bridge, Allegheny side.
AL P. ADAMS & ORO.
BANCOOK Sr.. PITTSBURGH.
10-LET On FOR SALE
- SIX NEW DEWS HOUSES,
Second ward. Allegheny. Reasonable terms.
I'ZACHNES, PLUMS AND RASPBERRIES,
own st yen low Prices, at
112 Federal street. Allegheny
EATHEIt BELTING, the best
quality -Oak Tanned, I 'ways on hand at the
est 'idea. .1. ATI. PHILLIPS.
ILIHAT TENN ESSEE FLOURM
00 bbls. Broadway, in store. for sale by •
ISAIAH DICKEY & CO.
'MPTY CORN . SACKS--500 in
store., for sale
ISAIAH DIOKRY & 00
101t111. 2 -500 .sacks in store an
Ea uler IMJMI DUMMY 100.
No. 17 Fifth Street.
A great assortment of
REAL. LACES. &lc
NEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS!
FLOUTER'S beautiful volumes—
•THE INSECT WORLD.
THE VEGETABLE WORLD.
THE OCFAN WOR• D.
THE ANTEDILUVIAN WORLD.
Splendidly Illustrated, London Ed..
THE MILITARY. AND NAVAL HISTORY .
OF THE REBELLION. By W. .1. Tenuy,
editor of the "American 'Annual of Cyclo•
pedla." one large volume, ..
complete... .... 6.00
BROTHER BERTIE, in the Fields and FIOW
er Beds; beautifully illustrated 2.75
WHAT MAKES ME GROW? or Walks and
Talks with Amy Dudley 2.25
OUR STANDARD BEARklti or, the Lite of
Gen. U.S. Grant. By Oliver optic 1.50
THE LIEF OF GRAND AND COL MAY. By
Charles A. Phelps, (piper, 6.0 c.) 1.00
THE NEW TESTAMENT HISTORY. By
Dr. William Smith. L.L.D 2.00
THE HERMITS. By Rev. Chas. Kingsley.. 56.00
All To A' WIFE ON THE hIANAGE-
(ENT OF HER OWN HEALTH. &a. By
Pye MATERNAL 1.50
THE MANAGEMENT ON IN
FANCY. Forthe use of Paretr.s. By F. H.
Oetchell, M. 1) "75
For sale by ROBERT S. DAVIS,
aumus6-wrs 93 Wood street.
TO RIMY CONTRACTORS.
THE GRADUATION, MASONRY
AND BALLASTING of the following enumer-
ated sections of the
Pittsburgh Connellsville Railroad,
Are advertised for contract, and proposals for ,the
same will be received at the Company's Office,
Pit.sburgh, up to the
20TH OF SEPTEMBER, inclusive,
Commencing at the - Uniontown Branch Junction,
about a mile east of Connellsville, Stations 59 to 64
inclusive. Then Sections 65, 73, 74, 76, 80, 81,
82, 83, 84, 85, 86. 87, 88, SV, 90. 91;92. 106,
110. 112, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 122, 128,
129, 130, 133. 140. All of these Sections are in
the valley of the-Youghiogheny river, up to Section
112 inclusive. Sections 115, 116, 117 are on the
Summit, and embrace the Sand katch Tunnel; and
the remainder are in the valley of Wills Creek,
Section 140 being about 5 mifes from Cumberland.
Specifications of the work on the above I eet:ons
will be ready for delivery on the Ist of September, at
theoffices of the Company, at Pittsburgh and Cum
'berland, where contractors will obtain all necessary
inforniation to enable them to examine the line.
The Company reserves the right to reject all or a
part of each bid.
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
Are now finished and in operation. 160 miles of
track have been laid this spring, and the work along
the whole line between, the Atlantic and Paeltic
States is being pushed forward more rapidly than
ever before. More than tssenty thousand men are
employed, and it is not impossible that the entire
track, from Omaha to Sacramento, will be finished
M 1869 Instead of 1870. The means provided are
ample; and all that energy, men and money can do
to secure the completion of this
GREAT NATIONAL WORK,
The UNION PACIFIC BAILBOAD.COJIPANY
I.—A GOVERNMENT GRANT of the right of way,
and all necessary timber and other materials
found along the line of its operations.
lI.—A GOVERNMENT GRANT of 12,1300 acres
of land to the mile, taken In alternate sections
on each side of. Its road. This Is an absolute do
nation, and will be a source of large revenue in
GOVERNMENT GRANT or United States
Thirty-sear Bonds, amounting to from $16,000
to $48,000 per mile, according to the difficul
ties to be surmounteil, on the various sections to
be built., The Government takes a second mort
gage as security, and it is expected that not only
the interest. but the principal amount may be
paid In services rendered by the Company in
• transporting troops‘ malls. (Lc. The interest Is
now much more than paid In this way, besides
securing a great saving in time ird money to the
IV.—A GOVERNMENT GRANT of the right to
Issue its own FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS, to
aid in building the road, to the same amount as
the U. S. Bonds. -issued for the same Purpose,
and no more. Thh Government permits
- Trustees for the First Mortgage Bondholders to
. deliver the . Bonds to the Company only as the
road is completed, and after It has been examin
ed by - United States Commissioners and pro
' nounced to be in all respects a first-class Rail
road, laid with a heavy T rail, and completely
supplied with .depots, stations, turnouts, car
atone, locomotiVes, cars, &c;
V.—A CAPITAL STOCK -SUBSCRIPTION from
the stockholders, of which OVER EIGHT MIL
LION DOLLARS have been paid in upon the
work already done, and which Will be increased
as the wants of the Company require.
VI.—NET CASH EARNINGS on its Way Business,
that already amount to MORE THAN THE IN
TEREST on the First Mortgage Bonds. These
earnings -are'no indication .of the vast through
traffic that must follow the opening of the line
to the Pacific, but they certainly.prove that
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
upon such a property, costing nearly three times
'their amount, ARE SECURE BEYOND ANY
•. The Union Pacific Bonds run thirty *ears. are for
$l,OOO each, and have coupons attached. They
bear annual interest,' payable on the first days of .
January and July, at the Company's Office. In the
City of New York. at the rate of six per cent. in
gold. The Principal is payable in gold at maturity.
The price is 102, and at the present rate of gold,
they pay a liberal income on their cost.
The Company believe that these Bonds, at the
present rate, are the cheapest in the market, and
reserve the right to advance , the price at any time.
Subscriptions will be received In Plttabiirgh by
JAMES T. BRADY & Co., corner of Wood
ace Fourth Streets;
HART, CAUGHEY & Co., corner of Voed
and Third streets;
5. MOCLEAN & CO., 75 Fourth Street:
PH. R. HERTZ, corner stb end Wood BtL;
ROBINSON BROS., 78 Forirth street:
W. B. TAYLOR.
At the Gompears COASee, No. AO NIIIIIIIII
Street, and to,.
46 Ohio atreet.
JOHN J: C151:70 & BON, Bankers, No. 59
Wall Street, and by the Company's advertised
age nts throughout the United States.
Remittances should be made In drafts or other
fonds par in New York, and the Bonds will be lent
free of charge by return express. Parties sub
scribing through local, agents, will look to them for
their safe deliverY.
A PAMPHLET AND MAP FOB, 1988 has just
been published bY the DemPlsy._giving fuller in
formation than is possible in an advertisement, re
specting the Progreso of the Work. the Resources
of the Reentry traversed by the Reed,the *cans
for construction. and the Value of the Bonds, which
will be sent free on application at the Company's
°dices, or to any of this advertised agents.
JOHN J. 0800 1 Treasurers
lone 1 1 1 1 w volts.
VANDYKE LACES AND EDGINGS
GENUINE JOUVIN KID GLOVES,
NEW SHADES IN RIBBONS,
B. U. LATROBE,
At the earliest possible day, will be done
AND IN NEW YORK
GAZETTE : WEDNESDAt, AUGUSI 19, 1868.
WGRAND MASS MEETING,
MONDAY, August 24th-8 P. N.,
Im tail - ty 1-1a13.7
ON WHICH OCCASION
HON. CARL SCHURZ,
The eminent SPEAKER and STATESMAN, will
discuss the most important political que-tions of
this campaign. The undersigned woula most earn
estly invite their fellow countrymen, without dis
tinction of party, to attend
J. G. Bacitofen,
C. F. Bauer.
Louis Morgans tern,
G. G. Backofe,
Gus , Schleiter,
• A. Krebs,
H. P. Mueller.
J. H. Demmler,
Jul. F. Stark,
Chas. F. Herrosee,
C. F. Schultz,
Col. Gen. Gerd,
AFTER THE MEETING A
GRft‘ NO TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION I
Will be arranged. to which the different GRANT
CLUBS of this city and vicinity are moat cordially
r4rTHE REPUBLICANS of Fay-
ETTff. COUNTY will hold a
Mass Meeting at Dtmbar . Station,
On P. & C. R.)11.. three miles beyond Connelleville,
On Saturday, 22d instant,
AT 1 O'CIOC.K. P. M.
A Ti , ain will leave Pittsburgh at 7 o'clock A. at.,
and will return same evening. Tickets for the
round trip, $2.
T. M. MARSHALL, Esq.,
Hon. JOHN COVODE,
And others will be . there. aulannt;
igrMASS MEETING. •
All the young and active Republicans of the coun-,
ty are requested to meet
AT CITY II A. ,
On Thursday Evening, at 7 1.2 O'Elork,
For completing the organisation of a TANNER
CLUB, similar to the old •'Wide Awakes.'
The Roll Book is open ; enlist at once.
By order. W. C. MORELAND,
ly - REPUBLICAN MEETING,
AT ETNA, Shaler Township,
On Thursday Evening, August 20, MS.
B. F. LUCAS and MILES II UMPLI REVS will ad
dress the tueeting.
auld:u7l COM. ON SPEAN LE S AND MEETINGS.
that BOOKS FOR SUBSCRIPTION to the
Capital Stock of the Company to erect a Bride over
the Allegheny River, from Ewalt street, in the City
of Pittsburgh, in the County of Allegheny. to the
Allegheny and. Butler Plank Road, at or near the
mouth of tArty'a Run, incorporated by an Act of,
the. Gent ral Assembly of this Commonwealth, ap...
proved the twenty-sixth day of March, A. D. 1868,
will be opened at the elite,' of SILL & 31111TTERLY,
'on Butler street, In the Seventeenth Ward of said
City of Pittsburgh, on the TENTH DAY OF SEP
TEMBER NEXT, at 10 o'clock A. 31. of said day.
John W. - Riddell, S. J. Wainwright,
J. J. Sbutterly, James I..Benuctt,
T. It. r , 111; ! J. B. Poor.
T. It. Stewart; D. Dempsey.
M. McCullough, Jr.. H. Sample.
E. S. Hanna. 1.. Fell blue', .
W. T. Purviance, . 1 E. Costes,
Wm. W. Young, ; .1. U. llarr.
Win. Reardon, , Wm. McConnell,
Israel C. Pershing, ; John J. Williams, --
N. P. Reed,.
Pitt smirch, August Btb. 1868. autem2l
[I:R" - THE APPETITE FOR
Tobacco Destroyed !
Leave off Chewing and Smoking the
Poisonous Weed, Tobacco
One box of OItTON'S PREPARATION IS
RANTED to destroy the appetite for tobacco In any
person, no matter how strong the habit may be,
IT FAILS 11l ANY CASE TUE MONEY WILL DE
RE/UNDIE. It Is alMost impossible to break off
from the use of tobacco by the mernexerchm of the
will. Something Is needed to assist nature in over
coming a habit so firmly rooted; with the help of the
preparation therein not the least trouble. Hun
dreds have used It who are willing to bear witness
to the fact that ORTDN'S PREPARAFION com
pletely destroy; the appetite for tobacco and leases
the person as free from any desire for it as before
he commenced Its use. It is perfectly safe and
harmlessly' all cases. The Preparation acts directly
upon the same glands and secretions affected by to
bocco, and through these upon the blood, thorough
ly cleansing the poison of tobacco from the-system,
and thus allaying the unnatural cravings of tobacco.
NO MORE HANEE , INGFOR TOBACCO AFTER USING
ORTON'S PREPARATION: ItEcocirocT IT IS
WARRANTED. :BEWARE OF
The following are a few selected from the multi
tude of recommendations In our possession:
[From W. P. Heald, Esq., Bangor; Me.l
BANGOR, Me., April 24. 1968.
I hereby certify that I have used tobacco for thir
ty ears pa,t. and for the last fifteen rare I have
used two poonda per month. I have made attempts
to .eay. on at dliterent times. I have left ott one
year at a time, but always c.mtinued to hanker for
It until I used Orton's Prt par.:Hon. which has cow
pl. to y cured me or the appetite fur tsbaceo. I
won d recommend all who are affected with this ter
rible habit to try the preparation, which will cer
tainly cure it if the directions are follo H wed E .
W. I'. ALD.
[From E. W. Adkins. Knoxville. Tenn.)
KNOXVILLZ, Tenn., August 5. MM.
This Is to cereiry that I had used tobacco to such
an extent that my h. alth had become greatly im
paired, and my whole system deranged and broken
down. In Juue. OHM I .purchased one box of Or
ton's Preparation, and after using It I found that I
was completely cored. 1 have not bad any hanker
ing or desire for tobacco since using i he preparation.
I believe it to ne all that it is recommended, and I
would advise all who wish to quit tne use of tobacco
to try one box of Urton's Preparation.
E. W. ADKINS.
[From John Morrill Bangor, Me.'
BANGOR,:IIe., March 24, MB.
This Is to certify that I have used tobacao for
eighteen years; have tried many times to leave otf,
but have buttered so much from a dizziness in my
head, and gnawing at my stomach, that I have 5000
given up the t Hai. A abort time since a friend-In
es:ski Ise to try Orton's Prep tration timid II you.)
I have don so. and am completely cured. I did not
In the lea :.t hanker after tobacco, either to smoke or
chew, a ft er I b eg an to use the pryparation•
Price of ORTON'S PREPARATION Two Dollars
per box. forwarded to any part of the country, post
paid, on receipt of price. Msney sent by Mill at
our risk. Address,
C. B. COTTON, Proprietor,
Box 1,748, Portland, Maine.
We. the undersigned, have had personal dealings
with C. B. CIO PTON. and have found him a reliable
and fair dealing man, and believe his statements
deserving the confidence of the public:
B. B. -Bichatdsen. Rey. J, n. tureen, Dr. B. B.
Howell, Portland, Me.; Charles H. Morrill. Bidde
ford, Me.; A. H. Boyle, Attorney. Retreat, Mo.;
Alonzo Barnard. Bangor, MY- • Wm. 55 tlweet,
Kim , West Mansfield, Mass.; H. M. ttoynton. East
Auworth. N. H.; M. fadimby, at. Johnstille, N.Y.
DRAIN PIPE . -HALL &ADAIWP
SUPERIOR ABTIOpE OF
All stun. from one to twenty-four Inches at WItL
DON & IC ALLY'II, agents for
ILWood *treat, between Ylfth and Bluth streeti.
ACE __LEATHER, . Page's Pat
tenstt, log ode IttioJanda mad retail. at Se and
.3.4 J. a H. PHILLIPS .
Wm. Mitten - L.11 , M,
C. U. Smith,
Henr}• Gerwig, Sr.,
Beni. Schmidt, -
In the Latest Styles and Fabrics.
180 and 182
'Federal St., Allegheny
AT POPULAR PRICES.
180 and 182 Federal St., Allegheny.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
ON THE IST DAY OF AUGUST,
WE REMOVED TO THE
LARGE AND COMMODIOUS WAREHOUSE,
No. 45, -- r;Wood Street,
Directly Opposite St. Charles Rotel
Also, entrance on 'THIRD ST., Noe. 102 and 104
R. E. SELLERS & CO.
rillE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY
KNOWN TO Pd4B'.
FOR THE CURE,OF
All Diseases Arising from an Im
pure State of the Blood, such as
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
General Debility, Boils, ,
Pimples on the. Face,
Sore Eyes, Scald Head,
Lom of Appetite,
Old - and Stubborn Ulrs,
Rheumatic Disorde r,
Together with all other disorders from an improper
condition of the Circulatory System. As a general
Tonle its effects are most benignant, and cannot
fall to benetlt, when used perseveringly and accord
ing to directions. It is purely a vegetable prepara
tion—not a single grain of mineral poison enters
into its composition, so that while it invariably af
fords relief, and effects the most wonderful cures,
no overdose could injure the most tender infant.
R. E. SELLERS & CO.,
ALSO, PROPRIETORS OF
Sellers' Cough Syrup;
Belle& Liver Pills and Vermilbge;
Johnson's Rheumatic Compound;
And Boerhave's Holland Bitters.
FOR SALE DY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Steam Engines for Sale.
Superior new and second-hand STEAM EN
GINES-7, 8 ant 10 Inch cylinders, 20 acid WI
inch stroke, with all the Sztures
FOR BORING OIL WELLS.
Address - HUWI B. BOLE & CO.,
Duqueene WILT. Pittaburgh,
Q.OMETHING NEW. — Desiccated
OOLIFISIL fur family nee: one Pound equal to
four pounds of raw nem; put up In neat one pound
paperboxes with 'recipes for cooldny In *variety
of styles. Price as Canto ocr pound. For sale
wholesale and retail, at the Famliy G rocery store
0 , 1 ,
JOHN A. RENSHAW.
sun ear. LI )arty and Hand ',treats.
CHOICE JAPAN TEA. --Just
celved, • fresh tavola* of extra quality aueol-
Ortlii Tapas' Tea, for isle bJEW. ithe
A. peumfor hßlChitili A aJt
suit porner lasilY sad klea4 Meets.
Nos. 180 , and 182 Federal St.,
NOW OFFERS A LARGE AND COMPLETE
STOCK OF I •
NEW FALL DRY GOODS,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES,
WHOLESALE 8;' RETAIL,
DAILY ADDITIONS WILL BE MADE,
DIMING THE !SEASON.
TT F V
J. L. DILLINGEE
For the sale of FLOUR, GRAIN and PRODUCE
LIQUORS, WINES, BRANDIES, &c.
No. 87 Second Street, Pittiburgbp.Pa.
Are - LIBERAL ADVANCES made ett iionalen
J. B. CANFIELD ............. ....A. T. CANFIELD.
OF/e., B. CANFIELD & SON, COM
tillSt4lo.!4: - MERCHANTS, and Wholesale
ater> in Goshen, Factory. Hamburg and W. R.
Cheese. Butter, Lard. Polk, Bacon. Flour, Fish,
Dried Fruit, Brain, Ply Lead, Pot, Pearl and S da
Ashes. IA hue Lime. Linseed, Lard, Coal and Car
bon 01Is. No. 141 First street. Pittsburgh.
WATT, LANG & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, Flour, Grain, Produce, Pro.
visions, Irish, Cheese, Carbon Oil. &e..
Nos. 172 and 174 WOOD STREET,-near Liberty
street. Pittsburgh, Pa. noBnnss
M. STEkLE J A. 13TEZ.LIL.
S EELE & SON,
AND DICALERS IN
GItAIN, FEED, fib.
No. 95 OHIO STBEE'I near East Common,
ALLEGHENY CITY, FA.
JAMES B. BOGNOR JOS. HA.B.Mit
MEANOR & HARPER,
Flouß, GRAIN AND PRODUCE
329 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH..
Rarrassrcks—J. 0. Martin, Cashier Mechanics ,
National Bank; J. S. Dilworth & Co., B. T. Ken
nedy & Bro. ja3l:l2A
PATER NEIL JAS. F. EICELAZI.
-KEEL & RICEIL,RT,„
AND DX/LIARS IN
FLOUR, GRAIN, SEEDS, MILL FEED, &c., &c.,
349 Liberty St., Pittsburgh,
T . J. BLANCHARD,
• Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
No. 306 PENN STREET.
ALEX. 11.13ANE J B. AITJZIC.
Dealers in FLOUR, GRAIN and PRODUCE GEN
ERALLY, No. Ida wATraf. STREET, above
FETZER & ARMSTRONG,
FORWARDING AND CONIONSION ETRORANTS,
For the sale of Flour, Grain, Bacon, Lard, Butter,
Seeds, Dried Fruit, and Produce generally, No. 16
MARKET STREET, coruer of First, Pittsburgh.
JOHN I. HOUSE LOW. HOUSE WM. H. HOUSE.
TOUN I. HOUSE & BROS.,' Suc
cessors to JOHN I. HOUSE & CO., Wholesale
Grocers and Commission Merchants, Corner of
Smithfield and Water Streets, Pittsburgh, Pa.
RIDDLE, No. 183 LIBERTY
STREgT, Pittsburgh, Pa., Commission Mer
c ant and Wholesale Dealer In Country Produce,
Groceries and Pittsburgh Manufactures. Cash ad-
Tanced on Consignments, and paid for Produce gen
11.011 T. KNOX
g, KNOX & SON, COMMISSION
*MERCHANTS and dealers in FLOUR, GUAM
L FEED and PRODUCE GENERALLY, No.
79 DIAMOND, opposite City Hall, Allegheny City.
baITTLE, BAIRD --Is PATTON,
Wholesale Grocers, Comrnlsision Merchants and
lera in Produce, Flour, Bacon, Cheese, Fish,
Carhon and Lard Oil, Iron, Nails, tllasa, Cotton
Yarns and all Pittsburgh Manufactures generally,
U and 114 SECOND STREET, Pittsburgh.
JOHN SH trTON A WALLACM.
§HIPTON & WALLACE,WHOLE
SALE 0 ROCERS AND PRODUCE DEALERS,
o. 8 SIXTH STREET. Pltteburah. . 1202:r58
W. C. FELD & CO.,
-- GLUE, CURLED HAIR,
Tanners' Scraps, Ceroons, Cattle Tails,
BONES, NEAT'S FOOT OIL, &C.
°Moe and Warehouse, No. 335 LIBERTY 5T.,
3d door from Wayne,
air PITTSBURGH, PA.
One Horizontal Engine, of HQ horse power.
One "Nigger" Engine, without reverse valve.
Also, a nfedium sized DRILL PRIC:4B.
Terms cash. Af.dress, with description and price
as7:re3 60 Hive, Avenue, Allegheny.
mXNDIA RUBBER BELTING AND
STEAM PAOKINEI.—A fun stook on hand at all
es, and of the best quality. Parties wishing to
atop mills or shops where Belting is required, will
End our prices aa low Ia can be bad In the East, and
J. it 11. PITILLIPS,
4te . fib Sad AB 81. Clair street*
180 and - 18:3 Federal St, Allegheny
B ARGAINS Di
LINEN SHIRT FRONTS,
180 and 182 Federal St., Allegheny
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
CARPETS ! CARPETS!
MANUFACTURERS HERE • and
in Europe HAVE NOW AD
VANCED PRICES, but we of
fer all kinds of CARPETS for
the present at the very low
estICASH RATES of the past
season. Having made all our
contracts previous to any ad
vauce, and invariably for
cash, we are enabled to sell
lower than they can be pur
chased this Fall.
"Nr an OTWITHSTANDING THE
— ll ufacturers' recent advance in
prices, we will continue to offer the
Largest stock of Brussels, Velvets
and Ingrain Carpets in the city, at
the lowest prices reached this se*
son. Just received, a few pieces of
a new and exquisite patterns of
BUYER WILINTOCK & CO.,
Rite, Red, Checked, Striped and Fancy
31 A_ 71C rr S,
IN Gi-ILEA'T VARIETY.
Oil Cloths, Window Shades. &e.
BOVARD, ROSE 8c CO.,
21 FIFTH STREET.
NEW CARPETS !
AT POPULAR PRICES.
Newest and Beat Patterns
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
LACE AND NOTTINGHAM
CURTAINS AND CORNICES.
DicFARLANII & COLLINS,
71 and 78 Fifth Street.
Next Building to 11. 8. Owitom House k Postogloe
50.000 bush. prime WHEAT : r i ng BARLEY
50,000 '' •• nut and 6p
For which we will pay the highest price In cash.
HITOIIOOOI, W OMR! & 00.
§TIME WINDOW eIHADEs, of
any color and oho , 'required, with border and
ttera In plain or gilt; alipo the tdatn SIGN_ tor Mae
Veo, rrn= to 7 feet wide, at the Oil Clots
arerootna, SO and SS St. Choir +treat.
- J. * S. lingelall
W 1!. SEMPLE'S,
51 FIFTH STREET.
No. 23 Fifth Street-