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millr-s4rY is beirigfsoiblished stHawley
--Trot - marry of our items of manufacturing
news we sre indebted to the Boston Com
--Six hundred hands are'employed by the
Inman shoe-string manufacturing company
-4 trunk factory in Syracuse,lN. Y.,
turns out one hundred trunks per dsy,
worth' from $l5 to $3O a piece.
—Lighthouse, of Rochester, New York,
employs a dozen hands and makes four
thousand horse-collars per annum.
—The works of the Mystic Woolen Com
pany, at Pistol Point, Conn., are being en
larged and more than doubled in capacity.
=Three thousand rain water filters per
annuli are 'manufactured by one,eatablish
meat in Rochester, New York. — They sell
from - $lO to $2Oi - piece.
--.A; grand parade of the American me
chanics is m take place at Lancaster, Sep
tember 11th. It is expected that 5,000 men
will participate in the ceremonies.
—Little boys who love •toodies" will be
pleased to learn that a company has been
formed in New Bedford, with a capital of
$250,000, for•tli'e Manufacture of a substitute
for castor oil.
—A large rolling mill and two blast fur
naces have been built ,at a cost of nearly
$200,000 at Marquette, Michigan. The
buildings are, substantially built of stone
with Iron roofs.
-The. Ames Shovel Works, at North
'Easton, Massachusetts, comprise 13
shops, one which is 700 feet long. They
,now give employment to 320 hands, and
turn out 500 &nen shovels per week. _
- ; —The Dunn Edge Tool Company, of
West Watervill% Me., are in the hey-day
of prosperity. During the past year they
turned out 144,000 scythes, besides vast gum:L
IME:a of axes, hay cutters, grass hooks, &c.
—Philadelphia, or rather Germantown, is
the great centre of knit woolen goods.in
this country. Since 1861 this business has
increased in value from $1,000,000 to
000,000. Most of these goods are made on
—A new manufactory of colored roans
and linings, colored mats and robes, has
recently been started in Rochester, by Loder
it Giber. Although hardly under way yet,
they are turning out 12 dozen skins per day,
and will soon produce 20 dozen.
—The works of the Hydraulic Woolen
Mill Company, at Columbus, Indiana, were
established in 1867. The mill is seventy
six by fifty-four feet, and four stories. It has
capacity for five sets of machinery and pow
er is furnished by a fifty horse power en-
I —The 'Rome, New York, Iron sad Steel
Bloom Company have bought a tract of ten
.acres, and will at once,erect two furnaces* .
and later- three more. The works will be
sin. operations about the middle of October,
..,and, When completed, will turn eat sixteen
1, to eighteen tons of iron per day.
—The horse nail works at Forge. Village,
3190.1tobusetts, now employ 60 hands with
50 hammers, which will soon be increased
.to 75 hands and 60 hammers. They turn
'oat daily 1,600 pounds' of nails, and this '
-product will soon be - enlarged to 2,000.
The eumiany has a paid in capital of $68,-
900,, and is making tioict profit of $1,500
• per -month: - .:
—Burlington,. lowa, takes pride in one
of the biggest flouring mills in the. North
_ - west--theiirchitrd City Mills, of Putman & .
Obnittead. f lt . was finlahed in 1867, at a cost
of $90,0 00 .2- Ithas.9 run of. stone, and can
turn out 500 barrels of flour per day, The
Ilawkeye,Woolen Mills, atSurlington, turn
out alarge amount of jeans, cassimeres,
of excellent quality.. •
—There are nine flour mills in Akron,
O: -, which have a capacity' for turning 2,090
- barrels•perday; oneliearl barley ridli turri
hie opt 100 barrels perlbiy and as much
more fatinct when they will, There are
asp three oil refineries _ in operation in the
• same'place, , whieh have a capacity for tura
_ ing out four car loads each per day, which is
gauged at 800 barrels. •
—The water power at. Mason Village, N.
H., has a fall of eighty feet ins distance of
us many rods. The principal nutanfactur
ing establishments at this point are the mills
of the Celumbian Manufaciuring Company.
These mills, together with those owned by .
: the same Company at New Ipswich, contain
875 looms and 14,186 spindles, and turn on'
2;-000,000 , -yards of cotton goods annually.
' —The new stock of the Wantsutta Cotton
Mills, of New Bedford, has been snapped
great, avidity. Of the $1,000,009
;low stock 0ver4700,009 , has already been
takenby the stockholders, who will doubt-
• • lesetake the balance.. The new mill will
stand.directly east, of the old one. A brick
addition about 80 feet long is being mad to
the roomoftbe old mill,
, „ .
—There are 11 flouring mills and i 8 Saw
Willis . in' - Watipticca county, Wis. The
.- flouring mills =Mutat:Aare about 7,000 bar
rels of flour per 111111111, which r is bold out
. aide of the county, besides'.Makiag
;flour. for home consumption. Tlie :'BIINY
millb Olt out about 10,000,90 fee!pclpplbir
:this season, which is "probably a,amall
Mate.• :The above figures; 'slow. that. *.au- -
,-pssca is , not only a lumbering county, but,
- -an agricultural and manufacturing one as,
-• _ -The stockholders of the. J. Rnisell Man
tifiterarin compsny, of Greenfleld M
• Oulletts, has, voted, to •accept`-• the Offer of
two mill siteicomprising 600 feet on the
canal, by the Turner's Fails Water Power
CoMpluty. They will at once btillcl large
' - atone and brick works. . A;building com
. party, will erect two brick blocks, each 600
feet long. ,fbi , the use of OpOutives of the
'Russell Company. Turner's Falls, Masa.
chnsetts, seems destined to become one of
the principal manufacturing centres of New
nist in Calcutta is now called India
—ThurloW , ilreed is en route to the Ber.
Lthe Lowell Courier calls the national
debt a, heavy dew..
—Another Pennsylvanian has invented
—Mosquitoes have been called artiste in
music and drawing.
Rothschilds have the largest' blue
diamond in the world.
—Anarchy tuis succeeded Theodore in
reigning in Abytisinia.
-Schenectady, N. Y.; has a , new comic
paper called Nip and Tuck.
—Madame Ristori isrto play for twelve
nights at Trieste in October.
.-Mazzoleni is going :4? leave PaTii-for a
visit to America this NO ter;
'—Linament - Tobias drives a stunning pair
of sorrels at - Long Branch.
—The French Tanners' club of Chicago
numbers sixty active members.
—Bulwer, Lord Lytton, is writing a new
play entitled "The Sea Rover."
—Rossini's wedding gift to Patti was the
furniture for her drawing room.
—A Methodist newspaper is published in
India in the Hindostude tongue.
—Brignoh has spanking pair oflhest
nuts which, how ver, he cannot drive very
—A fine saillu regatta is to take place on
the Delaware nver at Philadelphia on
—The lost children scare, in Chicago, was
increased on Thursday by the disappearance
of two little girls.;
—The Society for the protection of ani
mals in Paris has offered a reward for the
least cruel of dog muzzles.
—Frank Blair said in a recent speech at
Benton: "Our motto is justice to white
Men." Grant's is justice to all !
—Jules Favre, the most renowned Fromch
advocate, is said to derive an income of a
million of francs from his profession.
—More than 5,000 of the Mecca pilgilms
have returned to their homes, purifledlby
having kissed the sacred "Black Stone."
—During the shower yesterday Quilt) asked
why it was like the basis of our civilization.
Give it up ? Because it's (s) c (h) ooling !
Love in a cottage is all very well, par
ticularly if it be in such a cottage as A. T.
Stewart has just paid $200,000 for at New
—A train was thrown from the track near
Portland, Me., last week, and two little
children were flung violently from an open
window of a car for a distance of fifty feet.,
_ —The Pope has, in compliance with the
advice of the Archbishops of Cincinnati,
Baltimore and New York, abandoned all
.steps towares recruiting a Papal legion in
—Democrats sup that tile`reason they
won'tsupport the Constitution is becattsis
the Republicani with their war have raised
the price of living so much that it is all they
can do to support their families.
—Lester Wallach Is said to have the finest
'saddle horse in America, besides a pair of
three-minute bays and a Jersey matched
team for his four-in-hand drag. Lester,
with all seven of his equine friends, is at
his cottage and stables at, Long Branch.
—The daily production of the, Pleasant
ville oil district Is estimated at 2,028 barrels,
an Increase of 100 barrels per day since last
month. There are six wells In the district
producing more than 100 barrels per day,
one of which is a 200 barrel well and anoth
er is OEISO barrels. •
—The Health Department 'of Baltimore
hag, since the -recent flood, employed . GOO
scrapers and 450 carts with horses and dri
vers,- and . by these means has - removed
65,000 cart loads of the mud deposit on the
streets. There' has been expended on this
work and:in deoderizing $35,605.
fashion authority gives the informa
tion that the engagement ring should be a
solitaire diamond, of which the smallest
size, that of,a minute pea, can be bought,
for one hundred and thirty dollars.. This,
we are told, - must be followed by the gift of
& leeket, one of stone Preferable. These are
large square onyxes, amethysts, topazes, or
turquoises, fOrming . the face of the locket
with no apparent setting; the chainattached
to a ring at the back of the stone. — The last
romantic thought is to have the inscripiioni
set in brilliants on the stone "lifork/it et Es
peranee," "Dieu sous parde,"' or Charles
the First's last exclamation, "Remember."
The tond lover may purchase a sweet thing
of this sort for, only one hundred and twen
ty -five dollars.
—Dexter, the King of the Turf has out
done himself. A few days ago Dexter was
on the Fashion course for his daily exercise
when some gentleman present desired to
see him put to his speed. Be was rubbed
down and ready in twenty Minntes and
Messrs. Trumpill and Conway, well known
turf men, kept the time. With a running home
with a rider by
. his - side to Incite him he
trotted sloWly round the first time and then'.
perforuiedthe following marvel: The first
quarter, mile was make in thirty-three and a
tutf seconds, the next in thirty-three
sec-,nds, the third in thirty-four seconds; and
the;mild in the unprecedented time of two
minutes, and: fourteen seconds; day or
two after, on the same track, Dexter trotted
a qciaxisF mile In thirty seconds, or it the
rate,of a,milq in two
:—Chicago , las a new sensation in , the.
Persona of an ancient Clergyman and hie
daughter who havelived!in the most extra
, dinary manner for twelve years. The old
,man 18 a graduate of Middlebury College
a id; hie daughter: is an accomplished wo
man, yet, , for twelve years; they have, eaten,
nothing but Corn-bread and have lived in
perfect-; seclusion; and horrible filth. Re:
cently.they, called for aid to a passer-by,
who alarmed the ne . tghborhood, and at last
the hermitage , was invaded; disgusting filth
characterized all of their Onrroundings and
the persons 'of the two were covered with
spree and dirt. , The ,flanihter who is but
twenty-eight years of; . age. says she nes not
washed for six years. Although her's is a
pitiable condition she will-in all probability
recover, but her-father who is seventy years
old is past all hopes.
• METH EXTRACTED
HO CHARGE MDR WREN ARTIFIOLLL
TEETH ABE ORDERED.
A PULL BET YOE 00, -
AT DR. SCOTT'S. •
STS PENN STREET, 3D DOOR ABOVE RAND.
ALL WORK WARRANTED. CALL AND EX
AMINE SPECIMENS OF GENUINE VULCAN
PIE. - • my9:ditT
32. Et, 3124:11.
FOE GAS AND OIL.
Mast received, the finesti and largest assortment
ever opened in this city.
WELDON & KELLY,
141 WOOD STREET, COIL VIRGIN ALLEY
ORMENT, SOAP STONE, &cl
PLASTER, CHIMNEY TOPS.
HENRY H. COLLINS.
oat'. • 25 Wood street.
HYDRAULIC CEMENT DRAIN PIPE,
HYDRAULICB temirklek r sole. Ba
B. B. & C. A. suocKErr & CO.
Ogles and Mannfaatory-240 REBECCA ST.,
Allegheny. Ilan Orders by mall promptly attended
Boys', Youth's and Children's
FIDUCKER CANISTERS SUITS,
• ALPAOCA JACKBTI3.
In every style. of the greatest variety', suitable for
the present season. Gentlemen will rind a Sue as
sortmeni of Will rE end. BROWN DUCK.BUITS,
ALPA.CCIA and FLANNEL COATS, he., every
garment being specially made tor us by the best
p.satern houses. Our prices are as low as good
goods can be sold at by any arm Last or West.
GRAY Sc LOGAN.
No. 73 SMITHFIELD STREET, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Constantly on hand, a Intl assortment of CLOTHS,
CASdIIKERES, VESTING& Rt. an20:088
TOBACCO ANIf) CIGARS.
S IMIAN ALLF.N,
DZALL'It IN ALL N.INDS or
LEAF TOBACCO LIND MOLES,
NO. 8 SIXTHSTEEET, (Nltl o nal Bank of Com
merce Bui)ding, ) "
Branch of 172 Water street. N. Y.
stA:n77 DANIEL F. DINAN.
R. Asa W. s TENK-INERAZSIV.
Manufacturers and Dealers In
Tobacco, Snuff, Cigars, Pipes, moo.,
No 6 YEDliaal. ST.. ALLSGEZNIP
klia . n&2iLL .A .lje s34*-
HENRY W. HORBACH,
Confectionery and Bakery
No. '2OO MCCTNPIELD BTEVICT.
_ Between Seventh and Liberty.
EliS , OYSTER SALOON attached
Fancy Cake Baker & Confectioner,
FOREIGN a DOMESTIC ITRUI'II S NUTS.
No. 40, corner Federal and Robinson stree Alle
gheny. air Oonstase'ry on hand, 10E CliBA3f, of
earl ens flavors. •
PIANOS. ORGANS, &C.
laritilf THE BEST AND CHEAP-
.D EST PIANO AND ORGAN.
Schoniaakor's Gold Nodal Plano,
AND ESTEYIS COTTAGE ORGAN.
The ISCHOMACIER PIANO , combines ' all the
latest valuable improvement*. known , is the 'con
struction of a dist demi instrument, and has always
been awarded the highest premium wherever es
hibited. ' Its torte is fall; s cro ss and sweet. The
workmanship, tbr durabill and beauty , sunsuit
all others. Prizes from SA to $l5O, (accordMg to
style and Anlah, ) cheaper all other so-acted
Ant class Plano. - - • •
.‘ r. , . • . ESTES COTTArkE ORGAN
Stands a t, the head of all reed instruments, in pro
ducing the nest pertbet pipe quality' of tone or any
similar Instrument In the Milted Mates. It Is sim
ple and compact In construction. and not liable to
get out of order.
CARPENTER'S PATENT " VOX HUMANA
TREMOLO" is only to. be found In this Organ.
Price from $lOO to $B6O. All guaranteed for Ave
BARS, •KIVAKE & BIIBITLEI4
mtill No. its BT. CLAIM STREET.
HATS AND OAPSi,
CLOSING OUT SALE !
AT REDUCED PRICES,
AT M'CO/W & CO.'S,
. , .
Also...ldanntreturer, Wholesale and Detail Dealer
In TEIIPFSA. VALISES. *A., No. 13A 13X1T11-
117BillplinT. l'lttsburgh, Pa.
orsipserenielly filledandeettsfseUon guaranteed.
; SEWING, MACHINES.
MILE.GREAT ASIMICAN VOW'
;AND : ski t- Are ithamerr.
Pat" , • •
BEING ABSOLUTELY Yln BEAT VAINLY '
NM - RUNE IN !THE
waratet i airtilaValr .
Mer TIVTIIWIM We ABartrT eI E th
Enr i oar
Maharthion , i Jewelmlitctre,
rasltt MILL BLVTIS llRklfD L avial tO The best
81. Lonl4 brsads. 'PAUL MILL, ii.D
tr i ejAli rnit h gu t il l e! atz2.-z.:ll,..rtattio,tge.
ate sealed wad dale&
Ll. KEIGNIDI BEA,
Soft* twat MILZ.
: TUBS DAY, AUGUST 25, 1868.
47 ST. CLAIR STICEBT
In the Latest gtyles and Fabrics,
JUST OPENED AT I
180 and 182 Federal St., eny.
NEW rauswes, ,
'AT POPULAR PRICES
180 and 182 Federal St.. Alleghen
J. IL BIMCHFELD & CO'S,
No. 52 St. Clair St.
ALL WOOL BLACK and WHITI PLAIDS,
roe Eb cents. worth 50.
WHITE GROUND PRINTS, black Spire:
WHITE (MOUND A.LPACCAS, do;
BLAcK DOESKIN CA9BIMERY:3;
BLACK AND BLUE CLOTH,
IRISH LINENS, TABLE LINERS,
TOWELS AND NAPKINS.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS,
ALL ENTIRELY NEW.
sa- Remember the place:
No. 52 St. Clair Street,
87. MARKET STREET. 87.
TO CLOSE EI'IN)C. OF
87 .31.411.1ZET ST.B.EkIT.
THEODORE F. PHILLIPS.
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HOSIERY and GLOVES.
• P. 04001ETCY;
10 - No. 168 Wylie Street. JIN
1618. • 168.
(IMM / MCCANDLESS & CO,
Ika (Late Wilson, Our & 00:.1
WEIOL,EakI4 DEALERS IN
Imeign and Domestic Dry Occds;
• N0:94 :wotirk orussr.
/:Tazoidoot• aboviv Diamoad
HAIR AND PERFUMKRY.
. . . , ,
0 - OHN PECK., Ornanientalllals
HAM WORICHE AND rnerumEN, Jot.. ia,
illed street. near einlthield,, fittsburgb. _ ••_
Atwayit on band, a general assortment of Ladles'
WIGS,. BAND& CIUBLIP tiantletee,n 9 s WIGMR4
PKVALtii, ety . A.R6 ORAINBBBAOZ
&AL A good =toe ill rash' wut. be given ,"..,
UAW. Allt.. ......... •i
Ladles , and Gentlensen'a • Hair..., .anel
the neatest manner Inh2ad
, • •
ItiiNSAlntr anmaina , racurclan.
SINGERLII & CLEM Eluccesson
to GEO. P. SOMSCIIMAIt & CO.,
The only steam Lithographic Eatablichmeat West
of the Mountains. Business Cards, • Letter Heads,
Boritt;:els, Circalam Oh owls, Diplomas.
Port to Views, Certifies Deposits , Ti
tiOn &ce. roe. 11l • 14 Third Mont,
NOW OFFERS ASTOC LARGE OP A...ND COMPLETE
NEW FALL DRY GOODS,
WEEOI,_DSALI:E. & RETAIL,
DAILY ADDITIONS WILL BE MADE,
AT NACBERL GLYDE & FO.'S,
Near Ltberty. west aide
Nos. 180 and 182 Federal St.,
AT THE LOWEST -PRICES,
DURING THE SEASON
• Oki kis NtIS AND NOTIONS.
78 and 80 Market Street.
MUFFLED AND STAMPED APRON'S.
LADIES , WHITE UNDERWEAR:
A Pall Use of HOSIERY;
MORRISON STAR SHIRTS,
GENT'S. PAPER CO LLA.BS,
LADIES' Do. AND CUPPA,
A Winne of JET SETS,
SILK & BULLION FRENoES,
SILK &SATIN BUTTONS,
_ all oolore.
A Complete Assortment of White r
SWISS, PKYTORIA. LAWN.
• LINEN, 041031110, loc.
HOOP SHOTS, in all the Newest Styles.
KID - GLOVES, at all prime;
GRIOT'S I LADIES' WICKED UNDERWEAR.
KEN•S JEAN DRAWERS;
..1,000 Dos. BALMORAL HOSE;
5,000 Lbi. WOOLEN YARNS
Allr Special Itatesto Jobbers.
lIIACRI73I, GLYDE & CO.,
IS and SO Market Street.
PRICES MARKED DOWN!
MACRUM & CARY:ma-TM,
No. 1.9 Fifth Street.
ALL. GOODS GREATLY REDUCED!
ON AND AFTER JULY IST.
HOOP SHIRTS. (Lathee.) for 800
(town's, (Real Preach.) 90
LINEN HA.NDKERCHIXES, 3 for ..... 23
KID GLOVES, (warranted,).. 1.00
PAPER COLLARS 10
9100 Yds. SPOOL COTTON, (good) 5
POCKET BOOKS, worth 50e 25
KEN'S SUMMER UNDERSHIRTS 50
ISEJPS JEAN DRAWERS 75
All kinds Bonnets and Hats at Half Cost.
CREAT BARCAINS I
IN ALLA lErNMS OF GOODS.
Special Rates to lierehanta & Dealers.
O WHEAT GROWERS. •
EUREKA_ AININONIAMB BONE,
StiPERTHOSPHA.TE OF -LINE,
The Allegheny Feitilizer
SBWA.ED & CAMPBELL,
Oleo s BM Penn Stree4 Pitisburgth Pik
The beet It/stinger in nee, and reOosnlzed I .
Fanners who have given it trial, - ticbe the Mans
lgrittProtraega,lla, N e ntxpmare.,:aatt s:
!tout circulation pamphlet containing ihterestinx
sold valuable statements' i' this YertiHser, 50P,_ 113 .3/
which will be : tent tree to any pendia* wit h "'
CORN MEAT. RYE FLOUR, &C.
WAS/UNGTON DUILL•Si •
< WASHINGTON STREAT ,
4 Near Hiogiburgb Gnan Zleister
Manufacturer of CORN MEAL,. EYE ?LOVE and
CHOPPED PEED. Orders deuvored in eMer c ity
free or charge. Orals of all kinds Chopped, ana
Corn thrilled. ern abort notice.
180 and 182 Federal St., Allegheny
LINEN SUIRT FRONTS.
180 and 182 Federal St., Allegher
TO Rlll4ll CONTRAUTOR;
THE GRADUATION, MASONF
AND BALLASTING of the following ennui
ated sections of the
Pittsburgh & Connullsville
Are advertised for contract, and proposals fo'r
same will be received at the Company's (nice
Pitisborgh, lip to the
20TH OF SEPTEMBER, inclusive,
Commencing at the Uniontown Branch t functi
about a mlle east of Conne:laville, Sections 59 to
inclusive. Then Sections 65, 73, 74, 76, 80,
82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 88, 90. 91, 92, 1'
110. 119, 115, 116, 117, 118, 00, 122, 1
120, 130, 133, 140. All of these Sections ar
the valley of the Youghiogheny drier, up to Sec
112 inclusive. Sections 115, 116, 117 are on .
Summit, and embrace the Sand Pitch TunnCit
the remainder are in the valley of Wills Cr,
Section 140 being aboUt.s miles from Cumberl:
Specifications of the work on the above ect
will be ready for delivery on the Ist of Septembe
the offices of the Company, at Pittsburgh and C
berland, where contractors will obtain all neees
information to enable them to examine the line
The Company reserves the right to reject all
part of each bid.
Awn:Let : loth, MSS
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
•file Sewerage Commission of Allegheny
are prepared to receive propovalit for the coast
tion of the following t‘ewers, viz:
CONTRACT No. 1,
Compri/dugs length of about 4,700 feet of Se*
of from 3to 5)5 feet in diamete:r; on tiontget
Avenue and West Common..
CONTRACT No 2,
Comprising a length of about 1.250 feet of Se
of SIM feet diameter, on Federal street.
' CONTRACT No. 8,
Catnprbslng a lengta of about 2,430 feet of Se
of trout 3to 53 feet diameter. on Sedgwiek
and line of Y. rt. W. S C. b. B. ,
•Drawings and. specifications can be seen and
particulars obtained at Engineer's °Mee, City l
Bids must he endorsed •'newer Prop sal. ,
tract No. 1," (or other. as tpeens« may be,) ,
livered on or before 3 P. M.l• TUESDAY, ti.-:
ilay of August. .. .
Forma or pro ( oawhi ch Mims alohe the
will be received, ) can be obtained at the Engin .
Office. Th e i'ommission do not hind. themselves to a/.
the lowest or any bid.
By order of the Commission.
au2tufiss CM Ad. DAVIR. City Engine ;
OPTICS OP COIVrIZOLLEII OP ALLEOLIZNY
PiTT6I3I7IIOII, Anglin& 211011, 1061
NOTICE TO BOILER MAKE
SEALED PROPOSALS wER be received
once until Xrixt INST., inchiaive, for rllltli
for use of Court House:
ONE NEW CYLIN DER BOILER. 36 inches t!
etor. 16 feet long, tube built of Lyon. Sat
Co.'s C. H. No. 1 Boller Pate. X Inch thick
ONE FIRE-RED. No. 16 Stuet. Iron, with al
ceasary smith work.
Also, ONE STEAM DEVIL 1B inches diair
36 Inched. long. '
ONE STAND PIPE, >3 inches diameter, 601:
MUD AND CHECK VALVE.
Bidders to state 'what will be al lowed,for old]:
and small Snglneberetotore la use. All' rube
be removed at expense of contractor.
By diroction of County Commissioners.
19 FIFTH STREET.
Orszcz CITY ISNOINLEK AND titlivrr,yo
PITTSBVEGII, August 91. 1168.
- NOTICE.—The .Assessment re
Is now ready f or eaaagnation, and can be sc.
this °faze until BATITEDAY, August 31.3 t,
when Itwlll be returned I o the City Treae•
Office for collecUou.
- . • . oo?rrnoit.r.lve orricr,_
Ovrr or ALLZGLIENT, August AA, 186
NOT/CE TO PAINTERS.
Boded Proposals will be reeelved at th le
9 o clock r. L. on THIM3DAT, 97th inc,
painting, with two cbata of best quality of
piiht„ all the
of the city. All posts mast have the rosf , .
scraped of before panting. The present
erected is &bent 320.
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NOTICE TO CONT I 4ACTORt
SEALED PROPOSALS POE
Paving Second Street with ig m et
Froze Wood to Steltbrield street, will be revel
thin onion until THURSDAY. AUgust 27th:
B. EL LATROBE,
CIVIL EN GINF:P.,
Grading Mddiso?s Street,
LT.: J.' Ihr.oo.llM,
PUBLIC OAS LAMP POSTS
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