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Ot Val* Saptit.
SY isfurrrikit. 15 ISL.'
• .0 State Prayer-founded! neverbung
Suck choice upon a ble people. , tongue
Bach power. to ss or ban.
As that which makes thy whisper Fat%
For which on tbee thy centuries wait,
And destinies of Man!
•!Across thy Allegbanian chain,
With groaninga from a land in pain,
'the west wind finds its way;
Wild-wailing from filisaourias flood,
The crying of thy children'i blood
..La in thy ears to-day
' ..A.lllll unto thee, In Freedom's hour
Of sorest need. God gives the power
' - To rain or to sa.ei
To wound or heal, to blight or bless,
With fertile field or wilderness,
A free home ore grave: .
"'Then let thy virtue match the rime;.
Rise to a level with the time; 1
And if a son of thine
• Betray or tempt thee, Brutus like,
For Fatherland and Freedom strike,
1 As Justice gives the sign.
'Wake, sleeper! from thy dream of ease:
The groat occasion's foreloo I seize,
And let the North wind strong,
And golden leaves of Autumn, be
Thy coronal of victory
And thy triumphal song."
.—Senator Grimes is at Burlington, Vt.
—Ruskin roughs it on thief! , millions a
Nova Scotia is shouting the battle cry
of f nedom
—rThe United States wants a campaign
Lopez, the betrayer of lwaTimilian, is
in San Francisco.
• —Disraeli is hebnobbink with the Queen
at Highland Home.
•—Gen. Win. Mahone, of Norfolk, is the
richestman in Virginia.
--Wyoming is maldng slow progress in
organizing as a territory. '
—Buiwer Lytton is thehomeliest member
= of the British Earliament.
—An -Englisliman has attained fifteen
miles an hour orb a velocipede.
—The Duke kif Wurtemlniri4 is in th‘"
Lake Superior ccipper country.
7 --:atinavoidatle circumstances" prevent
ed Senator - Yates from meeting with Con
—Rev. Francis Tuxbury, a Boston gen
tlettuul, is lecturing with success in the
—A four-acre crop of peaches in Paines
ville, Ohio, has been sold. on the trees for
—Boston is progressive, "Habits made
and sold" is advertised by one of the fellows
of the hub.
—The dentists of Boston are puzzled over
the beet way to extract•the cube root of a
—"Many are called but few are chosen"
. —in politics, as Mayor Blackniore will learn
one of these days.
from'two Greek words, sig
nifying "sea-message," is a proposed new
wofd for cable telegram
7 —ln 'Riverdale, Mass., some excitement
has been occasioned by the poisoning of
cats and hens by eating clams.!
Schpol boards, are as a general
thing, wooden men, joined together with
out regard to the interests of little shovers.
—A new -religiouS order entitled "Little
Sisters of the Poor," has been imported
from France by the Catholics of Brooklyn.
—There will be two, full moons this
month. =Look tint for any number of mar
riages, and other manifestations of insanity.'
—:John Allen the wickedest man in New
York is coming to Pittsburgh ne inter.
If he is;jealous of his reputatiOn bet.
ter stay at home.
—A gentleman has offered to head a sub
scription paper for an observatory at Brtuis
wick; ire., for Bovidoin College, with six
--Boston manufactures two thousand bar
leis of sugar daily. There is a good deimmd
from the West, and threes thousand barrels
were shipped last week.
—John H. Surratt will stump Pennsyl
vania for Seymour and Blair. He may not
prove as effective in making a President as
he was in the taking off of one. '
man in. Connecticut State Prison bled
himself to , death rather than spend two
years'there for horse stealing. He shed his
blood for the good of his countor.
—The much lamentedßey. Dr. Bishop,
Episcopal Rector of St. John's Church, Cin
cbmati, who died last August in Paris, was
buried in Chicago, on. Wednesday.
• —The Boston Peat asks what will be done
with ten thousand Chinaman wlien - the Pa
cific Railroad is completed ? Hand them
over to the Democrats for colonization.
—A cone of 200,000 silver five franc pieces
was the main attraction'at a fair in Mai ,
...twines, France. The height was sixteen
feet - fiiie inches, and the circumference at the
base forty-flve feet.
. —At Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 'a young man
carelessly pointed a pistol whiCh he thought
unloaded at a cat in the arms of his sister.
He pulled the trigger and to his great dis
tress, his sister fell dead at his feet, the -bul
let entering her brain. -
—The"llltsitrated 'London News," the best
illustrated newipaper in the world, is owned
.by a lady, - Mrs:4lgrultam. No one can be
paid without the signature of "Anti Ingra
ham." ,The "Illustrated LOndon Times",
is also owned by 'the 'same lady: _ , •
-The Pittsbuygh Female ipollUge is the
strongest'and most successful raze for,. the
education,:crf young tho United
States;: .It is splatter of cOnAiderable ptlde
tnst while we excel - in` all rmatinfaictnici,,
our Female'College leads all . in the
lard—% • ; -
:---inna- , Dickinson has a keen
ti°!i'dfik-gbO4l4llW "A 159641
thing' le siwsysa snc4sa,*hethir the pub.
,1101 1 PPlaudi 1459 : Or =Oa no.demonstrationt
vhateier.. lwrite as 3 talk; and talk to the:
co int& head and heart: .lirliose toes - pie: 2
Friirle, du Chien (Wis.) Vition
contains , a notice of the death, by Constunp-,
'tion, of audsoz Hurd. • About a week bc:
fore he died, he was; ,ordered.
clans to quit w6rking, and he did his last
type-setting on a notice; of bte•own death,
containing his history, &c.
deaf woman, walking on' the track of
a western . railroad, ';pas struck by the loio•
motive and thrown some ten feet., She sus
tained no serious Injury, but since then
had full heariisgOliny of our deaf ifikais
doubting the truth Ofthiagreat cure e ata
visits -to 'try theexpeilment on one of our
promising young student in
while recently dissecting tkdiseased corpse,
thoughtlessly applied hisliand to an a'bra
sure on his lip. Perceiving the consequendes
he quietly retired to his room and died with
out uttering one word of regret or telling
any .one of his inadvertence.
-Among the banners carried at the
great Republic= rally Rock`island was
one having the following acrostic :
--Capt. Hall; the arctic explorer, was
once a prosperous merchant of Cincinnati.
He:got through with his money during his
famous adventure, and now his , family are
in destitution in Cincinnati. We doubt
verymuch whether-Capt. Hall foun any
thing colder away up about the No pole
than his widow will in the charit of the
—The young lady of fortune who became
a workwoman ins cotton factory in Con
necticut, with the' view of flndtng a man
who would marry her for love, (says the
Boston Journad,) and not for her money,has
had an offer from a Bostonian, worth ten
thousand dollars, who proffers a mediator
one thousand dollars reward when he mar
ries the woman.
—Great scandal was recently caused in
St. Petersburg by a cavalry officer
eloping with a General's daughter, leaving
behind him a wife and family. The de
tective police tracked the fugitives and
brought them back to St. Petersburg, and
on inquiry it appeared that the General had
been living for some time almost publicly
with the officer's wife.
—A Doston_ correspondent of a Chicago
paper) says that candidates for matrimony
living in the suburbs'of the Hub find it ne
cessary to send their friends no fewer than
eight f different
,cards. These are, first, the
individual names of bride and bridegroom,
two; then their joint title after marriage,
three; , the bride's parents receive, Lt-c.,
four; ceremony at church,'five; name ofthe
clergymen, six; ushers, &c.,• seven; time of
special trains to and from Boston to accomo
date guests, eight.
—Planchette is a gross fraud. It will not
write for those who can't write. Spiritual
ism and Mesmarism has nothing to do with
its chirographicaP exhibitions. The mind
of the operator invariably frames the an
swer, and, perhaps, unconsciously the hand
moves in accordance with the will. Let a
person place his two hands on a smooth
surface just as he I would on the Planchette
board and he will observe that through the
tax placed on his nerves, anti , pffisation,they
will wander all over the paper, which goes
to show that what is called Planchette has
nothing to do.' with the phenomenon of
—Dumas is coming to America next year.
The Pall Hall Gazette say's, in reference to
his engagement in this country this year,
but which is postponed "Dumas has
boasted in his memoirs of his talent for
cooking; and it appears that of this, as of his
other talents, he was to give palpable dem
onstration. After giving a reading and pre
siding at a performance he was to cook a
dinner, of which the public was to be al
lowed to partake, at the rate of $5 a head.
Admittance to the literary banquet was to
cost but - $l. Fore reading, reciting, and
cooking, Dumas was to receive 25,0001 r. a
month, besides a share in the profits."
—Mary-Hurlburt, from whose body phy
sicians have extracted, during the past ten
years, at least one thousand needles and
pins, was found dead in ,her bed at Sus
quehanna, N. Y., last Week. She would
never give any account - of the manner, in
which they were introduced, Whether she
swallowed them or thrust them directly into
her flesh, nor did her friends, by watching
her, ever find out. They were found at dif
ferent times working on the surface of al
most every part'of the body, but chiefly on
her ‘ limbs. A lady who . refused to believe
the stories about .thei; removal, states that
she went to satisfy herself, and saw a phy
sician extract. nearly fifty from one arm.
The girl seemed very little affected by the
Thu extent of Thackeray's reading_ was
not so wide as his admirers believe. His
acquaintance with the reigns of Queen
Anne and her immediate successors, in
which it is thoUght he had especially well
informed himself, was not, it seems, very
extensive fp its"range. Everybody famil
iar with the period, will observe the de
fective and incomplete reprr.sentation of
the times made by , the author in the nov
els he produced; but it is more manifest in
his sketches of Swift and Steele. When
Thackeray first' gave his lectutes on the
,English Liumorist—tpost of whom, by. the by,
were Irishmeh=he omitted In his notice of
Swi.t all allusion to Swift's masterpiece, (hal
liver. In his notice of Steele there was, and
is an omission ever - more noteworthy,
Steele, like Thackeray, •was - a Charter
House boy, and it might have been thought
~that whilst recording his :repsehiscences of
the school he would, in his dissertation on
flogging, have alluded;to Bteeles paper on
that subject in the "The Tattler,"; but the
existence of the-, paper wee • .entirely un
-13101471, tlhortly• after ,the appear
ariCe of .tbe ”iltiminlatt'', a Mend. of ogre,
it well known Author. dining; with , Tback-
A rshowarkedf on-.the- singular omissien;
when theairOWed his lino
raincoh jinstexclaimed, , '!by'Joirel You don' t
mam , to eal that, Steele; has :writtewori, the
subjeptf a [would have givenlitty Ounde."
he Weds. 1 30,haveknown it.at the time.—
L i fppinatlf e-Magazine t fOggsdr. i• :•,1. •
A six tittered* cafe:near Pane ' , where,
alter partaking , freely, - he : said Oat 'having
• onlYt , W9 francs left exould not, drink any
mere, us he wanted that: , slim to .. . purchase
charcoal . sufficient: t 0... suffocate: himself
" Nonsense," ; replied the landlord, "for ten
centimes you can, buy rope . to. hang your
" You're right," said the man, and,
accordinely spent.allbut the- ten centimes..
The next morning hie body Was found hang
ing to the branch of a tree in front of the‘
COL • • ;
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1868:
Eft) OICARGZ KAZIS WRIER
'TEETH-Alti 0113)1 1 / 1 81).
k 7 3812' ros
AT DR. SCOTT'S.,
Nis num"STREET, an DOOR ABOVE HARD.
ALL WORK WARRANTED. CALL AND =-
AMINE SPROUSE:ENE or ozigunal
WELDON & KELLY,
Dlanufactnrers and Wnolsale Difalen3Sa
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP 'GOODS.
Alio, CARBON AND LUBRICATING OILS,
. N 0.147 Wood Street.
1.19:ri2s • . Between/Rh and 6th Avenues
CEMENT,' SOAP STONE, &o.
"" - Thcur STONE.
PLASTER, CHIMNEY TOPS,
HENRY H. COLLINS,
45 Wood stre
HYDRAULIC CEMENT DRAIN PIPE.
Cheapest and best Pipe in the market. Also, 80-22MDALE
22MDALE IITDRAIILIC CIEMENT ter sale.
tt Cr. A. BROCILETT & CO.
Ofiles and Manufactory-240 REBECCA 81.
Allegheny. air Orders by mall promptly attended
PIANOS. ORGANS. &O.
DUT THE BES
BST PIANO AND T RG A i t i ? CHEAP
Gold Medal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S tOTTAGE ORGAN.
.. . .
The scitomAclum PIANO =Manes all the
latest valuable improvements known In the con
struction of a first class instrument. and has always
been awarded the highest premium wherever ex
hibited. Its tone is full, sonorous andrweet. The
workmanshin. tbr durabilitly and beauty. surpass
all others. Prices from $5O to 4150. (according to
style and brash,) cheaper than all other so-red
first class Piano. -
ESTRY.93 COTTIV}E ORGAN
Stands at the hesdof all reed instruments. in pro
ducing the most perfect pipe qualiy S ta tes;ne of any
similar instrament in the United It is aim
ple and compact in construction, and not liable to
get out of order...
CARPENTER'S PATENT " VOE HUMANA
TREMOLO" is only to be found in this Organ.
Price from $lOO to-6550. All guaranteed for five
BARR, IMRE & BURITLER,
mh9No. 151ST. CLAIR STREET.
TZ - NABF bs C 0
4L-a. AND HAINES EROS. PIANOS,
For sale on monthly and quarterly paymente
CBAELOT 4 EE BLUME,
an 79 43 Ftßh street, Sole Agent
M M'4 r ' . W
POLLO INSTITUTE, SO Fourth
AVENUE, an English, tictentitle lad Classi
c ushool for tiles and Boys, conducted by JAMES
M. MACRUM and MARY F. .MAURUM, A Limn
tar, with full particulars, references, ac., sent on
application. Atat are
the gentlemen to whom refer
cam may be made are the,follawing: Rec. Dr. Alli
son, Wm. Bagaity. Esq., F. R. Itrunot. Esq., Rec.
Dr. Dick , mon, Rec. Dr. Douglas, Hon. Russell
Errett, Wm. H. Everson Esq. John Harper. Esq.,—
Rev. Dr. Jacobus. Rec , b e . l eer*, W. McCllntoeg.
Esq.. John. B. McFadden, Esq., Sidney F. Von
ICanutiorst, Esq.: Hon. Tbos. Williams.
ALLEGHENY CITY ACADEMY,
AID COMNERGIAL COLLEGE,
No. 101 FEDERAL iir.,,over Allegheny Savings
Daily Sessions: &inutile.. from 8.)/A. x. to /
Commercial: SI to Cs p. x.
Xvening Session: Scientite and Commercial, 7 to
9 P. si. . J. li. PRYOR,
R. S. ROBB. A. 111., •
~he next reamer neetion Fill commence on
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, IST,
In EXCELSIOR HALL, Federal street, Allegheny.
MR. T. E. WAREHAM, Principal, receive
pupils at the Hall, on Monday, August alit. from
II to ig creloc.x. - aull:v47
HATS AND CAPS.
M'CORD & CO.,
131 WOOD STRZET,
Are now really with a LABGE AND SELECT
OND FUR S.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
aastsa vs' ALtlmme or
LEAFI TOBACCO AND SECM‘
NO. 8 BIXTB STREET, (N,atloluti Bask of Coaa
Branch of 4E2 Water Street, N Y. •
api:n77 DANIEL F. DINAR.
R. .St. W. sTENICINSON,
isnutacturers and Dealers in
Tohaccd, Snuff, Cigars; Pipes, &0.,
'No 6 FEDERAL ST.. ALLEGILIMI
. O,OI .VVVYWNINNPIPAII,MIAIVIW
118..., PiLiCTIVAL 118.
• inior,F.B# A..u.) RETAIL, . •
LEMON '4k WEISE,
O. U.5. .7e0 m arlizaa . , 17.
Conduit") on hand e eri vartZAIILOII and
CHAMBER FIIIINIT , . town r with a.com:
plate aitegtment , of oo on I at rea a
prices. . • . ,
. Tbereln want of an ghi our line an 001NUALIO
Ivlted to call before p saint:: , • . •
raggc i l lizl !'"!'.. 3o .• . - ' LEMON a walez.-
Bac '. Marquiat TOlai;. 73 Sedtbdeld street. •. , DSHEETINOSILN BATTEtqG"
I . - ' . .
• (Late Cutter with W. irespenhelde.)
No. d 5 -3 Smithfield. Street, Pittsburgh:
NEW_ FALL GOODS.
A splendid new stock of • -
CLOT7EIS, CASSIIippRES,&c .
- Just received by 1111171/11f METER.
HERs nt yviulntneicat
No. SOO_ .entitrin • o
MIPLADIZIP ofITK'BAUM* ittootred.
GEOi: = • - *
o'' I • lid
Fancy Cake Ilaiajr 1 & ConfmUoaert..
• 4 -•••-•• Aura DRALIII2,IIS: ,
70111110NIVONSIe9110 ' , Burrs a Nixie,
No. 40, oaraer Pedetak and lioldniownre_ota,Atit,
gheify. , m.Conatairii on band, lON OULtsgioz,
I CE! ICE! ICE , !
WM. liatEßS Ice Dealer, •
xi. to DIABIORD ALLEY, Pittibirlits•
Orden left liege or et Tiara Street 'ridge will
eeltrt3 prompt attention.. r Wagons runalttg in Pitts..
burgh and..A.Ueghenri . , • . . 7:01. -
110:S=NGS AND NOTIONS.
JOSEPH H ' • • 101*-11
WOULD C4LL:rEat aillarnoN
~ma. and .Restaii• Buyer
SECOND . ..IMIVALprNEW . .GOODS,
Which will be found to contain all that is new,
novel and debirable in
H TS AND BONNETS. latest styles.
Ni :BONS. all shades and will tils.
F ENCH AND AMERICAN FLOWERS.
M , LL INERT VELVE Iy,plain sad fancy.
05' RICH and VULTURE TIPS and PLUMES.
BI D 8 OF PARADISE and HAT FEATHERS.
C • APES, lIALINES, LAC .S and FRAMES.
N •w St les DRESS and SAC F
F. INGES, GIMPS. SATIN RIMMINGS.
V • LVI.T RIBBONS. plain, fancy and shaded.
VELVET and CROCHET BUTTONS.
LOOPS and ORNAMENTS.
HOOP SKIRTS. ,
fHY RS; : YARNS. CANVAS.
LTINGS, BNOKLES. CHAINS
T AND FANCY JEWELRY.
OTIONS AND SMALL WARES.
. . .
/ Our assortmentof above Goods nnsnr•
passed, and at
EASTERN JOBBERS' PRICES.
NEW • TianitMGS,
Sewing Silk and Bullion.
1,200 Pair of Real French Corsets.
White and Ooitred only 30 cents a pair.
A WEIR SELECTED STOCK OF_YARNSI
"LA BELLE BALMORAL."
Gent's Fall ad Winter Underwear,
LADIES' AND GENT'S FURNISHING - GOODS.
The largest supply and finest patterns of
Ladies' & Misses' Balmoral Hosiery.
WOOL HOODS AND SACQUES
JEr The MEET LOWEST RATES to Jobbers
NACRI7rd, GLYDE & CO.,
and SO Market Street.
PRICES NARKED DOWN!
MACRIINE & CARLISLE'S,
No. 19 Firth Street.
ALL GOODS GREATLY REDUCED:
ON AND AFTER JULY IST.
HOOP SHIRTS. (Ladles%) tbr
CORSETS. (Real Preach.)
LINEN HANDICIERCHIEF3, 3 for
ETD GLOVES, (warraisted,).
SOO Yds. SPOOL COT ON, (good)
POCKET. BOONS, worth 50c
MEN'S SITMILER UNDERSHIRTS 50
MEN'S JEAN DRAWERS 15
All kinds Bonnets and Hats at Half Cost
IN ALL WINDS OF GOODS.
Special Bates to Merchants * Dealers.
COAL AND COKE.
,COALII COMM. • COAL!!! -•
DICKSON, STEWART & CO
Having removed their °Mee to -
(Lately City Poor KM) SECOND IGLOO&
Are now_rep 4red to furnish gpod YOUGHIOGNE.
NY Lumr,NUT COAL OR 0LA.0K.., at the lowest
All criers left at their °Moe or addressOd to
them through the nutil, will be att ended to Promptly.
41; m tI A :STRONG &.HUTCHINSON,
siPsdi h YotromoottrariCOAL C 0.,.
MINERS,_SUTIVERS - AND DEALERS, wr RAIL.
ROAD ADD RdYERr-of. superior Youpdheny
CAS' AND' FAMILY COAL.
Office and Yard—TOOT OP TRY STREET, near
Doi One Works. . ,
110L111111i & CO. l •
ANCHOR . COTTON
MU ;'tonne/HEAVY ICILDIUK sad LlGra
• ANOiiini liAGNOrik
SHMATiNGS AND , BATTING.
' 110EORANIOAL ENGINEER./
pERCEVAL.BEOBETTi; ,- . l'
N• 13 GINEIII4
.;64 0 0+ 1 4'
AlLod, Skatoltor of , Patents.
, . (Late of r., F. W..., C. Bottwaa.) ..._
°Doe, N 6. ID FEDERAL RE Room No:*
apltalre. I'. Ot , Box DOCLEOHINY CITY.
StAIatINERY, or all sorlpingisoßstamed. ,
BLARSPURNSC. and, LLIND *LLD DRA W.
INGS fitnisbeth- Pattentaritttentton pai
,Idilitor COLLIBILIMOOOMMIVIC8.• Patents eon
, noestua!ly solletten. r_ W - : An , R,VSNINDJIttaIt ,
INGAIT ARS fir raeonmot wren WEDNEW
IN ALL. COLORS
THE NEW PARIS
Kid and Silk Gloves.
OIALORIMI & CARLISLE,
19 FIFTH EMMET.
DRY GOODS. -
180 and iB2 Federal Street,
ALLEGIIENY CITY, PA,
IS NOW RECEIVINI3 A
Very Large and Complete Stock of
DESDIULE DRY GOODS.
Extra Good] . Bargains will be Dail,*
Offered During the Present Week.
At I.l3Ne.—Beet DARK DELAINES, latest styles. ,
At 95c.—Yard Wide FEATHER TICKL.VDS.
At iNk..i--WATEBPBOOF CLOTH. dark eolora
At MO.-GOOD BLEACHED AND BROWN
MI7BLINS, yard wide
At 31. c. BARRED CODNTRY FLANNELS
At 11.73ic.—BESt DARK CALICOS..
At. Sec.—ALL WOOL • BED• AND YELLOW
• • FLANNELS, good quality.
At 83.50 a pair—WHITE BLANKETS, good size.
At MOO—LAMES' BALMORAL SKIRTS; fdll
else, dark colors.
At 62.00—GORED RUFFLED CLOTH SKIRTS,
new style. -
At S2.SO—GORED do. do, finer quality
At S3.Oo—GORED do. do, extra.
WHITE and BARBED COUNTRY FLANNELS
FANCY COLORED •BED .QIITLTS. an entirely
001:TN'TBY BLANKETS, extra wide
and good quality.
NEW CASSENEREE, at very low p'rices.
NEW DRESS GOODS AND SHAWLS.
Wholesale and Retail,
180 and 182 Federal St, idleglnmy.
COUNTRY BARR'D FLANNELS,
J. BROOM & CO'S,
No. 52 St. Clair Street.
BLACK tr. WHITE AND COLORED BARRED
WRITE COUNTRY FLANNELS
BED AND YELLOW FLANNELS
WHITE FLANNELS, best makes
RED AND GREY t w ILLED FLANNELS
BLEACHED CANTON FLANNELS
BLANKETS, s full assortment
cArmmunc.s. szwrocxy JEANS
Si` Remember the Place.
No. iS St. Clair, near Liberty St.
87. mAinEET STREET. gr .
NEW FALL GOODS,
THEODORE F. PHILTRE',
87 IiGUIJIJIT STREET.
O i. 4
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.24 a t .., = a"
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cr '' r... 1 ' &
- NEW ALPACCAS.
HOSIERY and GLOVES
SO•t - TCy:,
tir No; 108 Writ' 'Street.
- • • rapachnio) •
apii W 1 11944
WEIOLIIILTA. 1 DRAMS
F l Ot *Ai and 1400iitio 06048,
etaWOOD irraltiriV] :
Tbira do or siaie
letter: 0 ensures,
I YOIIBTEt;: /MEW, c: „
• • - • s - pletweenLiberty and rerr7 streetih
MRn riSilliPAY4 l ": 42 oi 4 , t ji ST ) / 2 :: •
AND,p 3 I iiiai•
IjMilt PECK_, ", Ora athen" 'tiii Hair'
HAIN WORNER AND PEllitintEli, No. nil i
lard street. nearidnithield, piiiceinge. _
_- - +
hter.ys ppidandrironecni assortinentof Lidice
Wiciii. 13ANLIEI, , unf_.4, tiontlemen , c_WlG%_Tti..,
•licALm, Ulm)* CHAINS.' ISRACELLTS,
de. A good Price In cash will be Steen tar
L irot and Gentleaftewo Mgr Cutting doner.`
the nesteet manner, • - - •• + Abut"
4 1 11/4 1 140N+Honse and Lot,,
j'etie Street, AlleghenY. 4
BALE ON SATURDAY, Octobtr 3d, at 3 o'clock
.The property NO. an ZEDERAL STREET, Al.
leaternabove Jackson, Will be sold on the prem..
Ise", at Wo'clock, on SaTURDAY. October 3d. -
The Lot Is AO by 10011tet.
The H .use is a two-story brick. whh hall, six
moms, finlshed attic and excellent dry cellar. The
*hole Int erlor wood watt Is grained af•d varnished
In best manner. The Ceilings are high: Gas and l•
water thronglunt. A praille alley extends from the
rear or this lot, thus securing an uninterrupted cur.
rent of air. The location neighborhood and build.
Mgt areget , d,readertng thif , a very,comfortable and
desirable place:or residence. Is sold only on Sc.
count of the owner's removal to the country.
Terms—Half cash, balance In two years
Att Inspection of the premises prior to sale la-
A. - LEOGATE. Auctioneer. ...
CLOTHS, CASSTIMES, &c.
MONDAY MORSING. October 12th,•• 1868, at
1l o'clock, by order of John H. Bailey,
signee in Bankruptcy of namuel Hirsh, will be. sot,.
at the Commercial Sales ittxims, No. 106 ISmitl
Held street, a large stock or Clothing, Cloths, 4.:a
shneres, Gen's Furntshlug Goods, etc" .comprisl
Cantu:one Frock and Sack tosts,!Castotnere Pan
Overcoata, Vests,.' Jackets, Undershirts, Gent.r. -
Collars, Gloves, b o ck. - Neck Tles. Handkerchief ~
23 pleocloOssaintend,;29ttocc, c,
seMedt IiteILWAINE, Auct'r.
BY NUMB & HALM
OPERA `IIOtISE AUCTION ROOMS,:
Dry Goods and Notions,
AT iarvArso34l.,E DAY AND EVENING.
Vonsigntnonts Solicited. PrOTOPt Be,
FOR SALE:-REAL ESTATE.
.BAL E . •
TWO HOUSES faqir LOT on Carroll street,
Allegheny. This property will be sold low, as the
party Is about leaving the city, and wishes to dispose
of the property before removing._ .
SAW MILL, TWO DWELLING HOUSES, TVirC
BARNS, with _good FARM, and about sou acres
timberland. This property wilt be sold low. Cut .
01,500—balance on time to snit buyer. ..01
FARM OF 180 - ACRES, will be sold for twenty—
dollars per acre. Improvements comfortable frame
house and good barn; 50 acres of the land clear.
FARM OF 180 ACRES, near the line of railroad. W.
very well located. for raising stock; improvements
are good and substantial; 100 acres of the land in
meadow and grain.
CITY PROPERTY:-Will sell a good s
contairang five rooms, at Sixteen Hundred Dollars,.
11.94,w0u1d rent for the amount in six years.
A LARGE LOT OF (MOUND, having', a river _-
front, and very convenient of access.
TANNERS., convenient to the city. and having a
well established =atom' or local trade connected
therewith•a good dwelling - • P ac res arland d• -
FOUR LOTS in Sharpeon, Faurt""
would make a_good coaly vie
HOTEL FOR SALE.-- 7 l'h • •
situated at the Blatreivill
fourteen rooms and the n .
with three acres of garden
well located hotel will be sot:
tor wishes to retire from bust
One large Housei tor 3081-
One new Brick House, 8 r , j ‘
One new Brick House of - 1.
One new. Brick liouse,of 3
One House 01 5 rooms and P..
One House et 7 rooms And lo.;..
Two new Brick Houses; .13.r0c,: •
One new Frame liouse,il rooms.
Two new Brick Houses, 3 rooms emit.
One NAM Frame House in IVilkinsb. ,
six rooms and large lot, well suited
7 acres that can: be divided Into - acre
5 Lots In Oakland. ' - •
rowerand a large Rooni and Yard for
tood location. , rented thr short or
.3011 LEASE OR BLLE--3 Lots on Norton etre
Ninth Ward.- ;
.. 0-73, 0043 fee fi t of I:ligginir 3to 4
D. L HAMITREAL ESTATE
No. 91 Grarit st., PittilblMgh.
21000 SO (K) AM"
CHOICE LANDS FOR nix,
Union i!csd* iktik.rmui3Ompany,
Lying 'lona the 4ne of theta road. at
1%0 0 TOOT .
°O FPI A C I A
And of a critEDIT OF irrywnwit#:,
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Pot tartles wirsissiars. map; *a: address
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' JOHN' P. PEIIIERZIII
Liall"Comadsidoner. Topeka llinzas.
, CRa " * -1 4 3 PW I P i r , eI ( WS ,
ERN STREET DWELLING
That spleadidthreq-slary - 33111C.F. frWELLTNG, •
No. 136 Pep,n. Stteet,
AdJoinhi t the 'residence of Wm. • McKnight, Esq.
Is handsomely lintalrecktiall all the modern improve-
ments." Also, a good Fire Prool Hate Large stable
endear:lager house In' the rear.- Lot, Is 24'feet on
Fenn street. and extends back 1110 - leer to a private
alley. Location is one of ttte mort desirable in the
city. For farther partlenlars,enqulreof , • ..
•• • ' ISAAC EL[PENNOCK,
5e22:r99 • • 'NO. 101rwInatreet.
800 rEI i TiO I a j TIVI E EM, E co A n..
Warrea•all under fence and. culUvation.
The improvements are a cottage house; with stable
and other outbuildings; 200 bearingtrult trees, of
best selections ; 'watered by , two never-failing
;Wings. animated - Miles trout the city, near to : 4
McKee , s Boers and CJaartlera Creek. From this
place an extensive view can be bad of
Allegheny City And the rivers,: Terms Cosy.
Apply to , IicLAIN I CO..
ann • Coy. Fourth and limithfleld streets. ;1..
Olt - SALE. a, TO • LET,HOuses
tad Lots fbr sale in all:parts of the et ty and sn
urbs: Also. several PAWLS' Inlgood lodations..
Also, a small WOOLEN. , ,FACTeari m wita 29 acres !..f
of land, and good LtnprOvements, oh I will sell
ebeagnnd on reasonable lerms. Business Houses r;
to let on goodn'greeta,:. • Privote Dwelling Henna for
rent in both cities. For partbelyartivarittiquire
.1r413 • 116 Griot street.: inmost • - batlimirai.
ricWO.STORY BUICK' DWELL..
• LEG - HOUSE. ROI: , SALE-mew. well built
_an in good order; eve rooms, kitchen -and,evlar,
well and - pump, bake oven and htdrant," grape 44.
vines, etc. • Also the adjoining hotels of two stories,
four rooms, pantry and. pellar. - with. lot sixty feet
front on Shelby street.:(4l4 7th wit:4o hypo feet 4 1
deep to an alley. Apply to . • •
• .1 S. CUTHBERT &SONS,
mai , ..115.eimatulela street.
A./ SALE by _ 8. CUTIMM .109188.
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. 'tlgt. l 4 P. 11 4 160 tillflost
STOCK AND' RtAt ISTATtiffingERS f i'i
46 , 06 .1 r i i io ~if -„
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113ti CA INUS. '7;
mid 411 - 111111111 at OM, Ant„ ' ..
$O OLD niipoiam, • , ettl4r, Pa the t 4
Intlß. nu es Or at the or xpar .
eider Mee tt paid; air heietiark to the
edt Beal/date at etnatsale. , s -' -_.
• ea ot Beal Negate in the tountrrattidelea• -1
0 oe. N0.`116 TOITIMI irramer. .331:964
$lO 000 " L°Aig'-
.., . .
• BOND , AND NOBTGAtEM
- dlld Beal
Eitate Agent; AO *Matti! #reeta
BY A. WILWAIn.
LET BITMB OP •4,000 AND:UPWARD.
APPLY A _
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