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GRANT'S
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liear the mighty shout Art
Sad an‘ . l WeEit,l r h alt'B ' watch
Freedom'seause must ever
Bight, triumphant, rule tn..
Who wlll!take the to kin h'
Grant's the
.
CUORtia
Then rally for your leader, bo; rally for thi
Bight,,
rally inzour:i in g .
zulgifeuorulyourfisg' boys ,
ofe (l i ft hides to
tau, " e
Rally for yotir loader, boys,
Grant's the wry fna:pi!
'ho 'withstood the Vicksburr hsil? Grant's the
man,
Grant's The man.
Who at Richmond did prevail'
• . Urant's the very man!
'Who, when older ones_ looked b:uo.
Vowed he'd put the matter through?
Who made every wort come true?
Grant's U 4 very Man!
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Cnouus —
Who will to the Whitehouse go! Grant's the; mau,
Grant's the 'maul
Who rebellious gel:wines o'erthrow? t
Grant's the Vertu= I .
Who will tan the IC: H.:
Who Columbia's banner raise? .
Who receive the nation's praise?
• - Ileaut's the very man:.
t • (lit ..icago Poe.
JITTERS EUROPE NO 10.
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A Visit to the Tomb of Napoleon the First.
, _ • •
NorreEpondence of the Pittsburgh Gazette.l
SEPTEMBER 1868. •
Among all the. varied and interesting
things that' are to be seen in Paris, the
Tomb of Napoleon theFirstis, in our judg
tnent, the finest. It cannot but excite the
.
wonder and, admiration of,every , beholder,
no matter what may be his feelings and
views concerning him Whose mortal remains
.
are enclosed therein. . On Thursday, the
. ,
20thOr Jrily, we made a visit to the tomb,
and_ shall never forget the impression it
made riponns. It is open to the public only
— 4ria Mondays and Thursdays of each week
from twelve three o'clock, when there is
• free admission, and every 'one, of every
nationality, who chooses, can go and see
•
the spot where lies the,`dust of one of the
.
greatest military chieftains ''the world has
ever seen. It is interesting net only to see
.
the place itself and its-surroundings, lintels°
- to look upon the stream of people, the tide of
• humanity, that flows thither twice each week
' to see where lie the remains of the =great
, dead. Men of every nationality, of every
tongue,: of every and rank in life are
to be seen passing in and oat. The Ameri
,
can, the Englishman, the German, the
Riench, the Italian, soldiers and civilians,
'priests , and laymen, men and women,
young and old, rich and poor, the lady
dressed in finest satins and most expensive
silks, and . the coarsely apparelled mother
with child in her.arms —all, and at the same
time, are around and by` the tomb or Napo
leon. The crowd.of visitors is so great that
it is necessary to observe the strictest order
in their passage to and frinn the tomb. Two
men in uniform, officials in charge, stand at
the head of the stairway to direct the people
to go down on the left, piss „around and
come up on the right.
Remusat said : "Napoleon must have a
monument as lasting as his memory." And
in his last will and testament Napoleon him
self wrote, it is said, thete words: '-I desire
that'my ashes may rest on the banks of the
Seine, among that French nation that I
loved so much." • He has, indeed. a lasting
monument—one that will endure for centc
ries;" and the request made in his will has
!been carried: out. His ashes repose on the
Itanhe'of the Seine. Napoleon the First, as .
Is known to all who are in any degree fa
miller with his history, 'died in exile at St.
Helena, in 1821.. In 1842, a movement was
inaugurated by Louis Philippe—and at the
time it was Considered a 'very generous and
liberal` movement on his part—by which the
remains of Napoleon.were brought to : Paris,
. and at enormous expense4an expense borne
'by the government—a place was fitted and
:a tomb •prepared for 'them:. "On the South
bank of the Seine, in an open and beauti
fully shaded spot, there is a large building
with (pert touts, , which gives shelter'and a
.-- - ,.horneto about pOOO maimed; old and wain- -
ded soldiers . In? ,the rear of this is the
•Cburch of St..ionis,, the dome. of which,
' built if the commencement or the 17th,cen
----tury; and , forging its southern .:extremity,
lias been appropriated as a resting place for
the.'!aehes'? or.Naptde(in I. ,
- - . You pass through a gate. in a - very, thigh
iron fence, and passing along a fifiely'grav:
elledw4k- of aboriOrme.: hundred - yards in
length, twith flowers andgreen sward on
oacteside, ritrascend :the steps! which lead
to the dome. ' you' enter the , door; you
are struck with the beauty and magnificence
_of the - place..i !Me . wholcia exquisite in de
-sign and grand in execution. It seems to
me that nothing could excel it; and one has
mingled feelings of SoleninitY and admire:-
tion. You walk on finely wrought mosaic
• pavement of the time of XIV. The
donnit - •itifelve gorgeously glided . and
adorned with splendid paintings. In the'
dome; (the' wladebrillding is called by the
Yreneh, - the "Deome;) - there' are several
. 4 1 8Pe!es Pawn& in, atthemairi entrance, •
on your left, is the chapel of Saint Jerome,
which contains the tomb of Prince Jeronie
Bonaparte, composed of a ,sarcophagus -in
black marble, supported by bronze "griffin
'lions.," and on the walla around are six.
magnificent paintings. In the chapel on the
Tight, in an Immense - black and white mar-_
ble tomb, highly polished, Are the
remains of Joseph Bonaparte. Passing qn-,
wards a few paces, you come to a circular.
" -- inarble balustrade immediately beneath'he
dome proper. It is 18 yards in - diameter;
and looking oyerit, and. down 12 feet into
the crypt your eye rests ' entlietorrib; Where
- lies all that is mortal of the great Napoleen.
Yon are,at once impressed with . * beauty
And collossal proportions. The: tomb itself
,
is upwards of of 12 feet long, wide, and
_`• 14 feethigle, iiiid, - itands on a green,-; granite
base which was brought from the Vosges.,
It is of red granite from Finland, , and,/ was
"presented' b? tfieTtnperor Nicholascit, is an
- "immense monolith" (singlestone) "weigh;
ins' IMMO tiorinde: And was Polished by
powerful steam engine." The 011 skis so
high .that it really glistens. Around the
iombare:tiiiilviltolossidt figures, in marble,
•equi•distant from each other, j representing
ftbes Eniperor'xiwelve, 'prOipal victories;
• six titirids eaeli tontaliiing•n 'dozen or more'
LOf•• flags which tetook in his battles.!-'Some
of these are nearly whqle, others are in
shreds, . The light from the dome above
11 :fiervelst tendering - this;whole - distlitellYil
s
ible. In the northern extrediVt-„ht
.•F btrilding-le a high altar .atol* delta beating'
the image of the Balla.'" '
, before; which e7.
"VOyltZEOh_qUakinay be seen :kneeling, re,
- peatlinr- their 'prayers and counting their
"3 - Yrcon'theforir -corners the.altar,
there ikao four twisted columns, perhaps
, T twenty; inchtslor two. feet.: in • diameter, .of
black and, white marble, the "Sunitialta of
• ! r" - *litchis& connected With a roof like Jitritel ,
,t,,,rirerid i ghlydiiiiished and richly gilded.; Ihe
'rays of the sun passing through
in the witudowr,, and falling on the gilding,
produce a most "solemn an snoduing
effect. There is an under passage that lead
from behind the high altar to the crypt, in
which is the tomb, but the great brazen dour
T i.-.-~-.^ter.+ ,l ~ ~.r - ' V ~ r y ^ ~u':::a%c':_iy,:.: ~~*«::;,
_.ate_: - . -; c ~~,,.+~._ ...~..r7~~
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ia locked altd.the present. Emppror kettis th
key in, his own. possession. After having
given the tomb, and all in the beautiful
building that contains it, a careful inspec.
tion, your retrace you steps feeling that you
have been' amply paid for your visit, and
conscious ,that you' have seen the grandest
and most beautiful' tomb in the world.
~TF:IjJ1I
MASS.
e, "Grant's the matt,
73:01..n!"
rd Sties,
S
e ,t,dv
'and.
nd?
ery Man.
The Catholics are laboring among the
freedmen in Baltimore. In their schools
and churches white and black sit together.
The priests openly declare the_doctrine that
"God makes no distinction, and the Church
cannot"
Commenting upon the above paragraph,
.tholit Telegraph, the lead-
parsgra:m
the Cincinnati Catholic Telegraph, the lead
ine organ of the Catholic Church in he
Vest, which is edited by Very Rev. Edward
Purcell, a brother of the most Rev. Arch
bishop Purcell, says:
The above is from the last number of the
Presbyterian Witness. When was.the wri
ter of that item born—where has.he lived ?
He must have been taking a Rip, Van Win
kle snooze for some eighteen hundred years.
The Catholic Church has always done this.,
Blacks and whites study.and recite and eat
side by side at the College of the Propagan
ide, Rome. There are now seventeen ne
groes being educated for priests in one insti
tution in Naples. Last year a negro student
carried off 'the highest prize at the Propa
panda,. Rome. The same equality prevails
in her, churches throughorit the world. ,
Tmrt American flag which need to be dis
played on the steamer that was Gen. Grant's
headquarters'on the James river, while be
sieging Richmohd, is hoisted on the top
of one of the New York hOtels, and there,
we are told, it is to be kept flying until after
the Presidential election.
BY A. ICILWAINE.
37111ERSVILLE PROPERTY,
Corner of Centre Avenue and Miner Street.
BIONDAT AFTERNOON, September 28th. at 3
o'clock, will be sold, on - the premises, the valuable
Gormley property in hilrieriviiie nowCltv of Pitts
burgh, at present ti
esent occupied by W. M. ormly. s eq.,
and which has been sub-divided Into seven dear:s
tile Lots, situate at corner or Centre Avenue and
Miner street.
Eot No. El Is 170 feet fronton Miner street and 54
feet in depth along the side next to Centre Avenue,
being about 100 feet in depth along the other sloe:
on which is the two-story Brick Double Mansion,
containing hall,•double parlor, drawing-room and
dining-roemon first tor; are chamoers on second'
floor; two gashed attics; bacement, kitchen and
wash house . with sink and hydrant in kitchen and
good cistern connected •Wlth wash house. Einlng
room sad kitchen connected with dumb waiter.
Near to liotne is a well of good water, covered with
grape arbor, and grounds planted lu fruit trees.
Lot No. Ile en tuijoinlng. lot on corner of Centre
avenue, having 1130 feet t rout on Miner Weer., and
being In depth 51. feet on one line and 38 feet on
theutber. . - '
Ti is handsomely situate and very desirable prop
erty is pasted by the Mint r,viite Street t ars ' bring
ing it Into - easy c .rnmonication with lower art of
the city. These wishing are invited to examine the
proper. y before day of ....le.
• Terms of sale—One •third cash, balance in ono and
two years, with int.-r. st..
sal A. hicILWAIN6. Auctioneer.
f"
BY PALMER & PECIIJAIS
sultrit & PHILLIPS,
P
AUCTIONEERS -
And Commission Merchants,
OPERA HOUSE AUCTION ROOMS,
No. tiS Fifth Street, pttoburgh, Pa. •
BOOTS, SHOES; CARPETS,
Dry Goo& and N4tions,
AT PEriATE SALE DAY AND EVENING.
'Coostosnaente !Joliette& Prompt 80,
118 e, -. PHA()Ti j e,AL
FURNITURE: MANUFACTURERS .
•...
• wHorzaktas AND ENTAIL. ; ,
LEMON - ,:it WEISE
NO: 118. ISITREirr.
Constantly on on han every variety of t i ANLONand
CHANNEr FUKN I TUBE, together with 'a cam
.plete assortment of common lurniture It reduced
prices.
Ihole in went p_f anything in our line are cordial ly invited to call before purchasing.
Work guaranteed: -•
.mlalml4 . LEMONWEISZ.,
CorrruOLLlch.B orrzcs;
• 01701 , ALUXOt1zpf, Sept. US, 1808.
EALED PROPOSALS will 'be
§
reeelired this onkel:mill 3 o'clock P. w, on
UNDAY, :113.h Inst., 'ror Utadlrgand , Paying
el.att-Siltir..ET, from Tremont alley to Dor
- land alley. . - _
*ECU STICkEt:fr6P3 Allegheny avenue. ,to lr
wm aver:min • • • • • . •
• CHEIb T KTRIET..from TblrdiO Oilers street ,
RACr...ALLEY, from loabc.la street to 4,tose they.'
Also. for Grading,' crap--
FEL'ON'S - ALLAY,:Irom the north lermtna sof
alley Co ttrePerryoville plank road..
DEVINE AL LY, in tha,Fit 11 ward.
;FRAZIER STREET . to tn.. 1(1. th•ward. • ' '
FrodlFir and s eddootlona Imo MY Bei= In thd °Mee
of•OHAI3. DAY/S LAg. City SnOneer.- •
Agit
Plrxestatali.: Sept. AL:IA6EI.
;14T01311110E.iltio :Assessment for
dIA
Grading, Paving anurblog B.IIIALLMAN
L:FACT.....from titotth to 1 &floe street. ,lanow reasig
'tor examination, and can be seen at tlite Office twill'
IKOS, whet' ig wttllbe're•
.tamed to the clty.Treamurer , 4 o.lSee Or collect lon.-
seUrzel ' 11.1. 18100Etk. 011,1sxS1Pferr;
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.f 2
L.: i''' ,t
Catholics on Color.L
AUCTION SALES.
7 LOTS AND 2 'LOUSES.
Lot No. 1 contains aboutone-quarter acre of
;ground. fronting IEO feet on Miner wrest, with a
two story frame dwelling. containing six rooms and
cellar. Also. spring hou•e, fruit trees, &c.
Lnta Nns. 2, a. 4 and 5 are each fronting 94 feet
on Miner street, with depth from 100 to 123 feet,
with fruit tree , &c.
GLASS, CHINA. CUTLERY.
100 : WOOD . iSTBEZT.
(*TUNA, G LA SM AND
QUEENSWARE,
isn.trzit ri,&TED
-
PARIAN STATUETTES,
BOHEMIAN
And etbez STAPLE AND FANCY
GOODS, a great 'variety.
: .100 WOOD snuccr.
RidlEtA33.l3 BREED ft N CO
100 wani, tmriu=.
FITRNITURE.
Jai rzuurfxs;
Mil
' seZtrie .•!
r • •07/IClii9llQtTr Ziogiiiiiiiii•amistraysYdavi • I
• gLie.. bitrgt..efint• i• /VOL
NIFEAtm;•., __-"Tilit ep apisgspineut. , for,
loirdwala'oel nativanlkarenpe, tram
Wind Stollen to tbOTOI {tote{ is now ready Mr
examination, and can •be seen no tble'olfice - until
Tilummy, octate.rlsep,Arbea; Karin be ra•
turned te'tne city TriaauretoaVatea far ealleektoa.
I •ftentze4;• • .• {4cY, Engineer. •
100011 =E Qlo. LlBET'rlf
kott' -
The Executors. ie.. of Joseph ttetimiti Offer for
sale the Lot and Warehouse No. 10, 1111.110 r*Stal
Block, tNo. (Me Llts . erty.street Lol_2o by 11U
feet. *Ditty to' - ' 'JAMES — A. IlleK NAL,
• sell :x '143 4th Avenue. tor. Oberry
•
pENN STREET .PROPERTV
" • rop - SA LE.
Sixty Lg.& Pront nu watt FM° or Penn street by,
iyo reef to Brewer's.alley. Three eto,led brrelL
dwelling. (formerly- ooftbar)t rounaloo,) with .to
blot; la rear. POOBellibijo glv..n.oa three Montle no
tice. 'Apply to •11 an A. IttN,
ge.t.u.4.1 A.T
4th.enue, nor. Cherry alley.
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4 _ ISt ittlitiftit T 24.1868.
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THE APPETITE 'FOR
Tobacco Destroyed
Leave air Chewing and Smoking the
Polsono4 Weed, Tobacco
One box of ORTON's PREPARATION IS WAR
BANTEDtp destroy the op: Petite for tobilh . co In any
person, no matter bow Strong the habit may be,
iT' IF IT FAILS Iti ANT CASS THE NOICIIY: WILL BE
lIEFUNDHIL It is almost' Impossible to break off
from the use of tobacco by the mere exercise of the
Something Is deeded to assist nature in over
coming a habit so flriblY rooted: with the help of the
preparation there is/ not the least trouble. Hun
dreds have Used it who are willing to bear witness
to the lhct that ORTON'S PREPARATION Com
pletely destroys the appetite for tobacco and leaves
the person as free from any desire for it as before
he commenced its :use. It is perfectly : site and
harmless in all casee. 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 MOUE HAMI:BRING FOB TOBACCO AFTER USING
• -
ORTON'S PREPA.NATIONI RECOLLECT IT IS
WARRANTED• BEWARE Or
CO I NIVIWRFSITSI •
. I
RECOMIXE3I DATION S, .. •
The following area hiw selected from the MUM
tnde of recommendations to our possession:
[Profit W. P. Heald, Esq,, Bangor, Me.l
•• BAiroon, Me., April 24. 1888.
I hereby certify that I have used - tobacco for tuft*.
ty 'ears past, and forts last fifteen years I have
used two pounds per month. I have made attempts
to leaUt off at dinerent times. I have left oil one
year at a time, but alrays continued to tanker for
It until I used Orlon's Prk paration, Which has coin.
pl. teiy cured me of the appetite for tobacco. I
would,recommend all:who are affected with this ter
rible bablt to try the preparation, which will cer
tainly cure it if tile directions are followed.
• W. P. HEALD.
• ;Prom E. W. Adkins. Knoxville. Tenn.l
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.,
August's. - 1867.
This is to comity that I had used tobacco to such
an eaßt that my alth bad become greatly im
entre and my whole system deranged and broken
dow In June. 186 ff, I pm chased one box of Or ,
ton's 'Preparation, sind after using It I found that I
was completely cured! have not hail any hanker
ing or desire for tobacco since using the preparation.
I believe it to be all that it is recommended, and I
would &tithe all who wish to quit tie use of tobacco
to try one box of Orton's Preparation.
E. W. ADKINS.
(From John Morrill, Bangor, Iffe.
M
BAxaon, e.. March )14. 118613.
This Is to certify that I have used tobacco for
eighteen years; have tiled many times to leave off,
but have antlered so much from a Wariness Mani'
head, and gnawing at my stomach, that I have soon
given Up the trial. A abort time since a friend in
duced use to try Orton's Prep tration (sold by you.)
have done so. and ant completely cured. I did not
in the least hanker after tobacco, either to smoke or
ehew,, after I began it!) age the Preparation.
JOUN MORRILL.
Price of ORTON'S \ PREPARATION Two Dollars
per box, forwarded tb any part of the country. post
paid, on receipt of price. Money seat by wall at
our rill. Address, '
C. i i. COTTON. Proprietor.
•
1 Box 1.748. Portland, Maine.
REIMBENCE.
i l
We. the undersigne , have bad personal dealings
with C. B. COTTON. nd have found him a reliable
and fair dealing ma ' and believe his statements
deserving the cunildepe of the public:
S. B. Richardson. Rev. .J, S. tireen, ' Dr. S. B.
Howell, Portland, Me.; Charles H. Morrill.:Bidde
ford, Me.; A. H. Bo ve, Attorney. 110fant, Me.;
Alonzo Barnard. Bangor, Me.;" W . 0 Sweet,
N:sq., West Mansfield, Mass.; H. M. soynton. East
Acworth. N. H.; AI. Quimby, at. Johnsyllle, N. Y.
ant7:u6o
IWMANHOOD ANDTHE VIGOR
OF YOUTH restored in four weeks. mic
cess guaranteed. DR. HlCOltirS ESSESCE OF
LIFE restoresmanly powers, from whstever cause
arising; the effects of early pernicious habits, self
abuse, Impotency and climate give way at once to
this Wonderful medicine. if taken regularly accord
ing to the directions, (which are very simple. and
requite no restraint from -business or pleasure, l
Failure Is impossible. hold in bottles at 43. or four
quantities to one for *Q. To be had only of the sole
appointed agent In America, H. OERITZEN, 203
Second. Avenue. New York. 1e13:164-rra
r4rPHILOSOPIIY OF MARw
HIAGE, a new Course of Lectures. as de
livered at the New York. Museum of Anatomy. em •
bracing the subjects: How to if: , aud what to live
for; Youth, 'Maturity and Old Age: I ,,•.inhood ne
allyr
reviewed; the cause of -indigestion. flatulence
andmervous diseases accounted tor; ItlatTis:s ° Phil
osophically _cormidered, &c. Pocket 'volumes con
taining these lectures will be torwarded to partly , :
unable to attend. on receipt of four stamps, bY
dressing SECRETARY, New York Museum - 0y Ansc.
omy and Science, 8111 Broadway, New York.
WBATCHELOWS BLAIR DYE.
This splendid Hair Dye Is the best in the world;
the only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
Instantaneous:, no disappointment; no ridiculous
tints; remedies the M effects or bad dyes:.lnvlßo
ruts and leaves the Hair soft and beautiful. black
or brown. Sold by all Druggists and Peribmere; and
properly applied at Batchelor`. Wig Factory, No.
16 Bond street. New York.} an2i:pH
grGITIDE TO MARRIAGE,
Yoling 'Men , . Guide to Happy Marriage
and Conjrltal Felicity. The bumane views of benev
olent Physlelaps, on the Errors and Abuses Incident
to Youth and Early Manhood, sent In sealed letter
envelopes, f ree' r charge. Address HOWARD AS
SOCIATION. Box P.. Philadelphia. Pa. mylguilgT
'DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
ILUTIIi SUMMER CORDIII4,
Aratitallible remedy' for Summer Comnlalnt, h Dl a r d
gruterr.ll9=7. Boar Stomach
.011;11111BIS',,C111111P CERE,
A
specific tbr - Cholera, Cramps and Patn a in the
Stomach. for sale by
HARRIS & ENDING,
,Corner of tibertyand,Wayne Streets,
AGENTS FOR,
a.
SCSOONMER, & SON'S
PtTItE WHITE LEAD,
AND
. IffeCOVII VERDITER GREEN, •
The only green aint that will not deteriorate by
exposure. w ill look better, bust longer and give
more perfect satisfaction than any paint In the
market.
O WHEAT GROWERS.
EUREKA: A3ENONIA'rED BONE,
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF TAKE,
MaIitiffACTAIRED By
Allegheny - Fertilizer Co.
OBWABD ge CAMPBELL,
• • •
PROP
'OlO% - ' 15 . 6 Pm Streftj'Pittaburgh, Pa.
'
The beet Zertiligne In nee; 11311i . iecoenbed ,
7
Jarman Vito have given It a Arbil, to - be the EMI-,
,ard for raising -large crops of. Wheat, Rye; Oats;
p orn ; pots toes: U.{ We have PUblilland
enrol:dation sqtaingblet-oontalnlng leltereettnt
vid valeabbfetitesuents of tals.Pertillter 'eagles of
rikbe song free to en" eeellthlfel their Id"
City Controller. )
LAKlElitre.igniOrt rr
AND MOLTING VORIS,
,iarr.T 4 oM:raciii. •
, •
• PARK,. 26 1 . 0CURDY 8c• co.
IlannihoturUrs of Sheathing, Brasiers* and Br it Copper, Presled Copper Bottoms, liais e d gtni Both
umns,i spelter Bolder. ' Also, Impor-ra and Dealers
In metal, Tln. Plate, Sheet Iron, Wire. le. Con
stantly, on hand 'Miners, Machines a c d Tools.
Warehouse, No. 140 FIRST STR and ,1510
SECOND STREET Pittsburgh.
Special orders of Copper, cut to any desired pat
terns -
FERTILIZERS.
COPPEL
I`FOR SA.TA....tra.r..' ESTATE.
-FOR SALE.. -• • . . -
..
TWO -HOUSES AND LOT on Carlon
. street,
Allegheny. This property will be sold low, as the
party is aboutleaving the city, and wishes to dispose,
of thenronerty,before removing.
SAW" HILL, TWO DWELLING HOUSES, TWC
BARNS, with good FARM, and about 1300 acres
timber land. is property will be sold low. Cast
4%soo—balance on time to suit buyer.
palm OF 120 ACRES, will be sold for twenty
dollars per acre. Improvements comfortable frame
house and good barn; 50 acres of the land clear.
pAOm OF 180 ACRES, near the line of railroad;
Very well located for raising stock; improvements
are good and su tantial; 100 acres of the land In
meadow and gra n.
CITY PROPE TY.—Will sell a good brick horse,
containing dye ems, at Sixteen Hundred Dollars,
=I wonlifrent r the amount in six years.
X LARGE - L T OF GROUND, having a river
front and very onvenient of access.
TANNER], c nvenient to the city, and having a
well estahlishe custom or local trade connected
therewith; ago 1 dwelling v.nd forty acres of land.
FOUR LOTS iln Sharpsburg, near the railroad;
would make a good coal yard:
HOTEL FOR SALE.-:That dna Hotel property,
situated at the Blairsville Junction, containing
fourteen rooms and the necessary outbuildings,
with three acres of garden and fruit trees. This
well located hotel will be sold low, as the proprie
tor wishes to retire from business. •
FOR RENT.
One large House, for Boarding House.
One new Brick House, 8 rooms.
One new Brick House of 4 rooms.
One new Brick Illause of 3 Moms.
One House of 5 rooms and lot 55 by 140.
. One House cf 7 rooms awl lot 150 by 150.
Two new Brick Houses, 11 rooms each.
One new Frame House, 4 roots.
Two new Brick Houses, 3 rooms each.
One new Frame House in- Wilkinebutg, having
six - room and large lot, well suited for garden.
7 acres that .be divided into acre lots.
5 Lots in Oa land.
l an
Power and a large . Room and' Yard for rent, in a
good toestio Will be rented for short or long
time.
_, •
FOR LEA OR SALE-3 Lots on Horton street,
Ninth Ward, • • • , . - •
WANTED-3,000 feet of Flagging 3 to 4. inches
I thick.
1 • TO LOAN--$50,000,
IN SUMS OP $5,000 AND UPWARD.
APPLY AT 1
D. P. HATO'S REAL ESTATE ORE,
No. 91 Grant St., Pittsburgh.
leZI:D111
2,000,000 ACRES OF
CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE,
Bt THE
Union Pacific -Railroad Company,
EASTERN DIVISION,
Lying along the line of their road, at
$l,OO TO $5,00 PER ACES,
And on a CREDIT OF FIVE YEARS. .
For further particulars, maps, Ac., address
JOHN I P. DEVEBEITX.
Land Commissioner, Topeka, Kansas.
Or CHAS. B. LAMBORN, See'y,
ani4: St. Louis. MissonrL
FOR SALE.
The Oil Refinery,
'r KNOWN AS THE
CRESCENT COAL OIL 9).'S WORKS,
Situated in BALTIMORE, MD., on the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad, and me.t coureniently located
with reference to either home or foreign trade.
These works are very complete ii all their appoint
moots. and are capable of turning out 30,000 to
35.000 GALLONS REFINED PElt WEEK. They
have tankage fur about 8.000 barrels of ott.
The prospect of an early coutpl sloa of the Con
nellsyllle Road, renders this prope t especially de
sirable. Address, or call on,
LAWU&NON LE'VERLN
anZ:vai
60 GAY STREET
5.500 WILL PURCHASE A
NEAT COUNTRY SEAT. can
t flung 9: acres. all under fence and cultivation.
The improvements are a cottage bones. with stable
and other outbultaings; 200 bearing fruit trees of
best selections i watered_ by two never - fail ing
veriteg:-. ggtegni giertefrrr Creek. el 11
riirrfht
place an extensive view can be bad of Manchester,
Allegheny City and the rivers. Terms easy.
Apply to B. MCLAIN & CO.,
an= , Cor. Fourth and Smithfield streets.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE for
SAL - E.—Large Dwelling, with two lots, on
Penn street, $30,000: Residence on Penn street,
$20.000; two. ntory Brick, Federal street, $0,000;
Residence la Allegheny, $30.000„ Brick House,
?mktlin street. • 06.000; Brick House, Franklin
street, $O,
House
and
House on Ohio avenue. 1 118000:.
House arid two lots. Fountain at.. 52.000;
and two lot.' , Dune in street, $3,13
t. 0; Hotel on inn
Penna. R. It., 11129,0014 Motel at Harmer, Ohio,
$12.000; House on Chatham street 7,01110.
self/ d. CUTHB ' tT & SONS.
rR SALE 4, TO LE*- -Houses
and Lots for sale In all farts of the city and so
. Also, several FARMS In good locations.'
Also, a small WOOLLN FACTORY, with AO acre/
of land, and good improvements, which I will sell
cheap and ,on reasonable terms. Business Houses
to let on good streets. Private Dwelling Houses for
rent In both cake. For farther particflars inquire
WILLIAM WARD,
jaM Grant street, opposite Cathedral.
WINES, LIQUORS, &o
PITTSBURGH IMPORTING HOUSE,
ESTABLISHED IWO.
SCHMIDT & FR
ISPORTFJIS OF FOB
WINES AND LIQ
No. 409 Penn Street, Pi
Would direct the attention of the 'pub le to the fact
that, two seising super aor facilities tbr , ugh several
lerge Wine and Liquor Houses in :uropto, and
Making tuck importations direct, the are enabled
to offer the various grades of choice INES AND
LIQUORS at prices less then Eastern rates. Ex
aminations of qualities and ,compar .n of prices
respectfully solicited. '
A choice assortment of pure OLD rYE WHIS
KEY constantly on hand .1 I
PURE NATIVE WINES.
DIABEILLA AND CATAWBA, ,
Of our own growing. Also, the beet 'brands .ot
OHASIPAONE,. CLARET, SHERRY and PORT.
WINES. -"Vine Growers' Compatryfi: of BRAN
DY, pint flasks,' just the thinglbr travelers.
N. 13.—raxtkalar attention paid to supplying
families. ../E:
',A ; MAMMON. •
ir2B:tB7 ; . No. 4 ' , Ayala alley, Pittsburgh. •
JOSEPH s. FINCH Foy
30.. sti„ kat is.. 191. /93 and 196
11387 1378EET, ' •
Copper' ' , thinned Pure Rye Whiskey.
Mao, dealers in POIUCIGN WMEB and LiQUO.IIB,
HOPES; • - itihM.3o3 •
DYER AND SCOURER,
DYER.AND SCOURER .
87 1 1.1041#::
And Rep s , 185 and 181 Third Slreet,
PITT/381711G8 PA. •
sirle:s4 , . ,
STONE.
NIVEII4 COMMON
• 'Machine Stone Works
NOrthwort corner of West Common ; Al l egheny. '
rannm. ATVATER dt CO.
Have on hand — or prepare on short nottue Hearth
and Step Stones, 7flags for Sidewalks, Brewer?
Vaults, &a. Head and Tomb Stones, &a.
Orders DrOtuptly azeunkal. Prices reaaotuittut,
INSURE Y O UR LIFE n THE
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE co.,
No. 102 BROADWAY.
ASSETS RAPIDLY INCREASEVO, OVER
This Company is tho Guardian of a Sacred und,T
which is to provide for the Widow and the Father
less, with the least possible harden to the , fnsured.
All Approved Forms of,Policies Issued.
Liberal modes for the payment of Premiums.
Policies Non-fortelting by their terms. The Entire
Profits of the Company dirty ed equitably among the
Insured. Last heturn of Premium, FINTY PER
CENT.
. . . . .
Hon. John A. Dix, E. V. Hanghawout,
lion. James Harper, William Wilkins,
John J. Crane, Julius 11. Pratt.
William 1% Hooker, AV illiarn W. Wright,
Wm. M. Vermilye, Charles J. Starr,
Chas. G. Rockwood, William Allen,
Hon. Geo. Opdyke, Geo. W. Cuyler.
Minot 0 Morgan, Geo. T. Hope,
Thomas Rigney, ' John H. Sherwood, . .
Benj. B. Sherman, Edward Il• Wright.,
Aaron Arnol.• - Geo. W. Pariee,
Rich'd H. Boirne. r _ Wm. L. Coggswell.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, President.
HENRY V. GAHAGAN, Secretary.
LUCIUS McADAM, Actuary.
GENERAL AGENT 808 WESTERN PENNA.,
Room No. A. NADA of Commerce, Build.
bag, corner of Sixth and Wood streets,
iffrAgenta wanted. Apply as above.
jy2l:t23-TTB
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
OF LONDON.
ESTABLISTUth 1803. CASH CAPITAL PAID
UP AND INVESTED v 1 .NDS EXCEED
/NG $8,000,000 IN GOLD.
Insurance against Fire effected on—Houses and
Buildings, Goods, Wares and Merchandise, Steam
boats, cc. Policies 'stled payable In gold or cur•
reneyy United States Branch Office, 40 PINE
STREET. New York.
All losses of the Uulted States Branch will be ad
justed In New York.
J. Y. mor.....A.Trorri,i - N - , Agent,
PIT LIIBURGII, PA.
Office, 07401ETIVFH STILEET.
MR. IdeLAUGALIN is also Agent for the Manhat •
tan Life Insurance Company. ses:v72,
BEN FRANKLIN
INSURANCE COMPANY,
Office in Franklin Sayings Bank Buildings,
No. 43 Ohio St. Alleleleti7.
A. HOME COMPANY, managed by Directors well
hi:Limn to the community, who Met by fair deallx4
to merit a share of your patronage.
HENRY IRWIN..
GEO. D.- RIDDLE
DIRECTORS:
1
Henry Iraln, D. L. Patteraon, Henry earwig,
Deo. R. Riddle, Jacob Franz, Gottlelb Faaa,
Simon Drum,
J. B. Smith, Jacob Rush,
W. M. Stewart, Ch. P. Witiston, Joseph Craig.,
Jos. Lautner, H. J. Zlnkand , Jeremiah Kohen
aplo:osi
-V‘ESTERN INSURANCE COM.
,T PANY OF PITTSBURGH.
LEXANDER NUMMI, President.
WM. P. HERBERT, Secretary.
CAPT.•GEORGE NEELD, General Agent.
Office, 4121 Water street, Spang & Co.'s Ware
house, up stairs, Pittsburgh.
Will itt:ure against all kinds of Fit* and Milillt
Risks. A home Institution, managed by Director,
who are well known to the community, and who am
determined by promptness and liberality to main.
tale the chamster which they have assumed, as of
feting the best protect's% time who desire to be
in.
DIMUCTORS:
exander Nimlek, Jena A. McCune,
Al
a• Viler, Jr., - Chas. J. Clarke
Jima' uiey. . William S.
am Eval i A ‘ •
Alexander .. - lest Joseph-Mirky.a
Andrew Aekien, PhlllipHeymer,
David M. Long, Wm. Morrison,
D. Monsen. no®
E=Mtli
BALTIMORE
INDENNEM
AGAINST LOSS BY FIRA.
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO. OF PIOLADELPHIA,
OVEICH, 433 a 437 CHESTNUT ST., NZAR STII
' Charles ff.Baneker,
Tontaa Wagner, .
Samuel bran
t,
R. Smith
Feorge W. Rinetarda,
CHARLES 0. BAN
EDW. C. DALE, V 1
W. C. STEEL E Secs
. . • J. GARDNY
North' West corner
mhZ:wls
pIENNSYLVAIVIA
•
INSURANCE. COMPANY OF PIMSBURGII.. -
OFFICE, No. 107,4 WOOD STREET, BANK 07
COMMERCE BUILDING.
This Is a name Company, and Insures Wrist km
by Fire exclusively.
LEONARD WALTER, President.
, O. V BOYLE, Vice President.
ROBERT PATRICE, Treasurer.
HUGH MCELHENY. Secretary.
Lecntard Walter,
C. C. Boris, .
bert trkk„
Jacob Ro PPaianter,
Josiah Ring.
Jai. Hopkin,
Henry Bereet,
NATIONAL nrsuirwircip co.,
OF THE OUT OF ALLIXOFEBT.
DAY,
.
Om •W 0 in 4o ALLEGHENYALLEGHENY TROST OOXPANVI
Strlll.
FIRE : INSURANCE ONLY.
- .
.. . _
1 W. W.' MARTIN, President
JAS. Z. STEVENSON. Secretat7.
• ~ DERECTOBJ3:
1
A. H. Eiish‘ ' o.ll.P.Wiitiams Juo. Thompson
Jno. A.. Myler , , 1 Jas. Lockhart, Jos. Myers.
Jas. L. Graham, Bobt, Lee, C. C. Boyle,
Jno: Brown, Jr. Geo. Gent, Jacob Kopp.
mh25:1284 • . . .
ORS,
btcrgh,
A .
LLEGAIENTINSIIRANCE COIN.
PANT OF . PITTSBURGH. - '
OFFICE. NO., 31 RIF= STREET,
• BANK PLOCII
71nsnres against all kinds Of Firb and Marine Ruts
Jeffs IRWIN, Jn.. President.
' 'JOHN D. ifcColl.l3;'Vtoe President. '
0. G. DONNELL. Secretary. •
OApT-. WM. DEAN. General Agent.
• ' • ' Diesc2onas . ' • '
- aolut Irwin,. Jr., ' Crpt. Wm.
John D. McCord, - , .B. L. Fahn l e ) :Mc c
C. O. 'Hussey, • W. H. Eversorto
'Barre, Childs, . Robert. H. Davis,
T: J. biosklnsn, , Francis Sellers,
.Charles Hays ,- "cant. ./. T. Stock dale.
pEOPLESP 111;13111LINCE/ COM-
MICE, EMMET. iiPOOD ai FIFTH ST&
A HOWL Company, taking Fire .raid lisalmelldr/M
DargriO .
, ns:
•Wm. Flifillpd; • • • Capt., John Is: Bhaads,'
John Watt,:; • , . Samuel P.
John Z. Parkh i Charles A/buckle,
' C a pt. James lll
Jared M. Brush;
-Wm. Vali Kirk, Wm. F. Lang, t, •
James D. Venter, Samuel liepdpaalr,/ , ,
PHIL , I re a Piesldent.
IVA - leo Prealdent. • '
W. F. BAJAD Id, Secretary.
CAPT JAB GORDON. Genera
. . l Agent •
Star 1101 USE, .
-
slits dent class Itoteirritt open for the eesdiceVei
Stith June.. Tertelc 50 per dtr , F , pererew
Address - THOmPhOrs p r i etor
(Forreertf of Congress Hall, Cape 104;144w
fronali px, "tow._ wohivon, D. O)
N. - B.—The annals; !MI leader the directio
Yr.CARL hEtiTZ.
ahret7
A piEw SinkattliißESOßT.
TBE LAKE HOUSE; Eitoneborch Paw
inn the line of .Jamesiiiwu, irrankliw Railroad,
one hour's ride _from Fftnklln.) . This' hems* Is
Itmanew and commodious, well furnished. bee
rooms, ten-pin alleys-and covered prome
nades. It is ou the banks of the most ehartntrur
/airy Lake to America. abounding Iti ash, and ad.
mlrrle for sailing purposes. surrounded with Sul
phur springs, rdmantle scenery, ite. , It is the best
summer resort in ihe State. Address.
T. ILIABIZEDIN Propristoxy
.~ "'~~: 1' ~ .::{
a"?i.l :. .ten
INSURANCE.
GUARDIAN
OF NE FORK.
$1,000,000.
DIRECTORS
J. BATES DI'MULLIN,
PITTSI3I7R(3II - 1,
OF ALLEGFIFSY, PL
DIRECTORS
Mordecai H. Louis
David %Brown.
Isaac L
Edward . Dale,
George Tales.
;KEIL Pre t sident.
ice Presiden.
retarv, pro fee.
'ER c)Prix, worm.,
third and Wood Streesa.
Geo?T r Wliscnu
Geo: W. Evans,
J. C. Lippe, •
J. C. Flamm,
John Voegtley.
A. Ammon.
`Horm3;
Al!CUSEl'lclw-.
NEW OPERA HOUSE.
Lessee..
Manager
THURSDAY EVENING, Sept. 24th, and every
Evening and Saturday 3tatlnee.
The Original Grand Speetneulai Drams, arrange[
from the great French sensation.
LA BICBE DU BOIS; on 2tiE ENCHANTED FAvric.
In a prol-gue and four awl' introducing WHIT
MAN'S EUROPEAN STAIf 13A.1.11.h fROUPR.
under the tilreb ion of the celebrated Maitre de Bat
let. MONS. MARA WSOK h. Star Danseuse A ssolutO
M'LLE. EUISIPINA MORLACCHL: and the re
nowned Pn tnieres, 3l'lle. hknda Pence;
Zuardi, 31.11 e. liarretta, Wile. A ibettina,
Artiste, t L e A h PET And
AU e
G w U on T d l er N f E ol ,
t l o ta g l e i t a h n e C wi i t ld h
a Coracle Ballet of *I 111 - ty All rill try Ladies. New
Music, New Scenery, Elegant Costume.. and Ar—
mors, Splendi , t Properties and Appointments, and
the m , st dazzling Transformation scene ever seen
In this country. -
pg''PROF. CARPENTEEVS---
FASHIONABLE DANCING AUDEN!,
No. 75 THIRD STREET, is now open for the re
ception of pupils. Class days and hours—For La
dies.. BlaPters and Misses. W. dnesday and Saturday,
at 2.9.6 o'clock P. M. For Gentlem,n—Tuesday and
Friday Evenings, at 8 o'mo.k. Private lessons
given. Circulars can be had at the Music Stores
and at the Academy. Classes out of the city, If
convenient. attended te. .
air Hall to let to Select Parties. se4:v79
TN THE ORPHANS' COURT OF
1 ALLEGHENY COUNTY, Pennsylvania. In
the matter of the - ' ‘. •
ESTATE OF D.LNIXL MORGAN,
Late of Findley township. Allegheny county, No.
—, June Term, 1808. Writ of Partition In Va in
MEM
To James Morgan, otColumbians county, Ohio;
Emily S. Morgan, widow, and Fannie Morgan,
minor child of Jeremiah Morgan, decessed,'hy her
guardian. A. IL Thomboon, Georgians Cook, wife
of John L. Cook. Frank I. Morris; Bush Morgan,
Louis N. Morgan Yellin& E.. Intermarried with
Joseph Mountjoy, Jefferson : organ; Chas . Morgan,
James Morgan, Grace Ann Morgan. children of Dr..
Charles Morgan. deceased, and the,sald Charles,
James and Grace Ann Morgan, being minors, and
E
have for their guardian, John
it. Large, sq.
Daniel Ferguson, Emily Wesver. wife of Henri
Weaver, Sarah J. Ewing. wife of John M. Ewing,
Mary Keefer, wife of Smith Keefer. James A. Fur
guson and John M. Ferguson, children of Fanny
Ferguson. deceased: George. W. Morgan, Mary E.,
wife of Elijah B. Martin, Fannie - F., wile of John
Fannin; John Morgan, Maud M. Morgan. Blanche
B. Morgan. Robert W. Morgan and ear , h E. Mor
gan, children of William otorgan„ deceased; the
said Jobn. Maud. Blanche. 'Robert and sarah being
minors, and A. Mcßride, Esq., guardian ad Wens
of said children.
You are hereby nodded thatan Inquisition will be
held In purthance of the aboVe mentinnen writ of
partition and valuation on the premises. In Findley
township Allegheny county, PerIIIB.VIVAIIIS. on
ThiURSVAY, the 29th day of October, 1868, at
10 o'clock A. M. to mike partition to and among
the heirs, &c., of the said deceased in such manner
and in such proportions as bythe laws of this Com
monwealth is oireeted, &e.. at which time and
place you may attend if - you think proper.
SAMUEL iL CLULEY, Sheriff.
11''s office, Sept. 17th, 1868. 5e,12.:x95
TN THE HATTER OF THE Al'..
piLcation of the , -
Germania Building and Lou Association
FOR A CHARTER OF INCORPORATION
No. 1,002 In the Court of Common Pleas of Alle—,
gheny County.
In the above c , se the Petitioners have applied for
a Charter as a Building. and Loan Association, un
der the statute In such case made and provided, and
unless exceptions be Ell d in proper .t ime a Charter
will be granted at next term of said,Court.
President.
Secretary.
MASI
NOTICE --Notice is - hereby given
th , t Letters AZ adman' tratlon have been
granted by the Register °titles hen, county. to the
undersigned. on the.state of M RE ,ERICK SAUER,
late of Allegheny county, deceased. All persons In—
debted to said e-tate are heteby notified to pay the
same, and all persons having cl,lnas sgaiost the
said estate, to or sent the zam,, pro,erly authenti
cated, for settlement. •
MIODA LEN SAUER.
Adm inistratrix of Frederick Satter, deceased.
Pittsburgh, Sept. 7, 1868. sepB:xs.
BANKRUPT NOTICES.
D. S. MARSHAL'S OFFICE ;
W. D. 6: rennsy
Prrrsnunon, Sept. 14th. MIL
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE . that
on the day of September A. M. 1888, a
arrant,in Bankruptcy was issued against the
ESTATE OF JOSEPH R. 'DICKEY,
Of Pittsburgh, in the county of Allegheny, and
Mate of Penneylvania who has been adjudged a
bankrupt on hit own pytition; that the payment of
any debts any delivery of any property b- longing is
such bankrupt to bin. or for his use, and the trans—
fer of any property by him are forbidden by law;
that a meeting. of the creditors of the said bankrupt.
to prove their debts, and to choose one or more as
signees of his estate, will be held at a Court of
Bankruptcy, to be holden at No. .U 6 [Federal St..
Allegheny City Allegheny county, Penna., before
JOANN. PURVIANCr, Esq., fteglater, on the
7th day of /November, A. D. 1868, at A o'clock
r.
MEM
. U. B. IdARSRAVE. OFFICE,
W. D. of Penutylvatda.
Prrrsstritan. t<epi. 24, 1868.
Tmg. IS TO GIVE . NOTICE that
the 7th day of Eepteraher: A. D. 1868, _a
Warrant in Bankruptcy was touted against the
ESTATE OF OLIVER ADAMS,
•
Of South Pittsburgh. in the county of Allegheny,
State of Pennsylvania, who has been adjudged a
bankrupt on his own petition; that ,the payment of
any debts and delivery of any property belonging.
to-such bankrupt to-him or for his use, and the
transfer of any property by hint are forbidden
law; that a meeting of. the creditors of the said
bankrupt, to prove their debts and to choose one or
more assignees of his estate. will beheld at a Court
of Bankrupt.yto be holden at the office of the Re-,
Oster,No. 93 ' Diamond street, in the City of Pitts
burgh, Pa.. before SAMUEL HARPER, F.sq., Re
gister, on the ( 14th day of October, A. D. MS.
at 11 o'clock. A. )t.
seZy - 8
XBN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE lINITED STATES. FOR THE WEST
-N DISTRICT OF - PENNSYLVANIA.
DENNIS A. 130 b s a-bankrupt under the
act of Congress of March Ad. 1887, having applied
for a discharge from all his debts. and of her cud=
provable under -said Act; by order of the Court,
notice is hercuy given to all pensons who have
proved their debts. and other person, Intererted,
to appear on the 7th day 'of OCTOBk R.- 1888,
at 10 o'clock A. K.. before eAIdUEL HARPER,
Esq., Register. at his *dice, No. 9 Diamond
street, Pittsburgh, Penns. to slum cause, If any
they have, why a discharge should 'rot be granted to.
the said b ankrupt.' And further, notire is hereby
given that the Second and Third meetings of Cred
itors of the said Bankrupt, required by the 27tb.
and 28th Sections of said act, will be had before the
said Register, at the sabre time and place.
ael7:xB7 , ca S. O. BIWA N I )I.E:C3. Clerk.
X:le
OTloE.—Whereas, Letters of
• Administration to the estate of ellpt. DAVID
x N.6.11A N. late of the Borough of booth Pitts
burgh, Allegheny county. deceased, have bees
granted to the subscriber. all pence! indebted to
the said estate are requested to make immediate
payment. and those having claims or demands
against the estate of tee sal decedent will make
the same known without delay to
.W. C. A UGH INBAU .13. Administrator.
- ' . No. 87 Diamond street, Pittsburgh.
au-27'4,35-7ft .• - ::-; - • , .
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7:
W.. AZIrDittELON.
...M. W. C4NNIX.
LEGAL.
R. S...lifsrß,RlSoN,
Solicitor for Petitioners
THOMAS A. ROWLEY,
11. S. - Marsha', as-Messenger
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II; S. marshal. as Messeurer.
MEDICAL;
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