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4111111, GUM 'AND HOUSEHOLD.
At a recent diaditialtin it' the New Yor
Farmers' Club - in reference to the
money Pre fittotflapnlng. it seemed to be
generally in4tc:ededthat:the business failed
to yield seven percent. - cin ,the capital
-vested. We were -sbineWhat, thirprtsed that
nona of the debaters thought of giiing the
farm credit for the threettreat necessaries of
life—housd rent, 'table supplies arielnel.
Viewed in .thitriught, farming is the safest
and-best hi:venni - eat tbarcan be made of cap
ital: Take, for initance, $20,000; let it be
judieionsly invested 'in i moderate =Omit
of land, and' all the , stock and:niplements
necessary to its 'auic6ssful dultitatiOn. The
. proceeds from such an investment will sup.'
Pert a family in a degree of Comfort, and
even , luxury, that would cost six or,seven
thousand; a year here - in New York; and
where is the' safe, honorable' mercantile or
mechanical pursuits - that Will yield six thou
sanilit year on a twenty thimsand'dollar.in
vestmentl- The. profits-of farming,--except
in a rare instance, will be , found to diminish
as we extend our operations beyond what is
requisite for the • comfortable ,support of a
family, and this may : be done - as well on a
thousand acres of land, and this is a strong
argument for Abe subdivision of the, great
landed estates of the South,-Turf, Field
Too often, as we'have traveled over the
country this ' eamnier, have we witnessed a
'fine house, good' buildings, and fence line
containing more or less rubbish, evidently
the gatherings and pruning of the garden
and lawn trees. Bometimes the street or
roadwa7 *clear of this; but while the grass
is clipped-inside' the. fence that outside is
left to grow long and rank, :with more or
less coarse weeds, presenting' just that ap
'manures to the man's grounds that the find
ing 'of a heap ' of dirt under the' lounge
would to the housewife, and giving him in
our own vieW - no claim to a better name
than would be applied to such a house Wife.
. Oar horticultund readers should each and
ill strife to make the outward appearance
of their groundif'clein, aeat and tasteful );
first by keeping away all rubbisitfrom the
street; nett by frequent mowing and des
truction 'wee* . and lastly by Planting
and caring for shade trees and, flowering
shrubs, giiitigtliam/leWeihl'eiamre, and.at
• tracting , notice:falai' every , pascer-by; and
aglgn;:ati. - firi.eisnifilnite those Of their neigh
bors, who not being readers or not having
/earned to move 'Out of their original tracks,.
continue - to make " hinst-pilett, — keeps . hit
pens, and grow thistles, mullein, -etc., in
'front of their houses.—The Horticulturist.
8111=01.1 . 0TATC!ICII. '
, • , .
It is, perhaps, needless for us to, caution
our readers against - leaving their potatoes
exposed to light either outdoors coy in the cel
lar. They - will;AV so, exposed soon turn
green, become soggy, nd almost ' unfit for
use. They should, if possible, be kept in a
dark,• cool l ;_place, away from. all danger of
frost in winter. We think' potatoes used to
keep better in times gone by, in the old
dark cellars,4ban now, in the modern cel
larsi with their numerous windows. Some
are in the habit of keeping their _potatoes in
pits in the ground, dug deep enough to be
safe from the frost. This may keep them
well; but l it is a ,troublesome plan. We
have known them to belrept in the very
best condition in barrels and covered with
Country Puddin:q.—Pit a Payer of stale
bread crumbs is the bottom of your pud
ding dish, then a layer of tart apples sliced.
thin. Sprinkle a little sugar over the ap
ples; add another layer of bread crumbs,
and another of apples, until your dish is
t full. Crumbs should form the top layer;
custard (made the same, as for pies)
and bake one heur; - eat with sweet
Apple Basl4. 77 •Put twelve : good:' tart ap
pies in cold water and set them over the
fire; when soft, drain the water, strip • the
t : skins off the apples; core"hem, and lay
• them in a deep dish. Beat the . whites whites of
twelve- eggs 'to' a stiff froth; -put half a
• pound of finely powdered white sugar to the,
t. apples; beat them to a stiff froth, and add
the beateneggs. Beatlhe whole to a stiff
snow; then turn it into a dessert dish.
• /natation - Cora Starch Fudding.One
quart of milk and a little salt; thicken one
r third of the milk to a thick, smooth paste,
4 with flour; add the eggs,' well beaten; and
\' stir in the remainder of the milk when it
• boils. To ,be eaten cold.with cream and
t' white sugar. This is a very nice and
1 - healthy pudding, and may be moulded if •
one wishes" it.' .1:00 your moulds in cold
water before putting the pudding in,as then
1 it will come out very nicely:
Cofteettroia . Pgadings.—thiCpint ; qf - bread: ,
crumbs, one quart of sweet milk, four. eggs;
a lump of butter , the size of to hickory nut.'
I When the pudding is neatly: done, spread a
layer of any kind of stewed fruit oVer the
top of it, and on the top:. of-that : spread the
t whites of three eggs, beaty.n ton froth, with ,
three tablespoonfuls of to "sugar - Eet it
1• , in the oven again to'stiffen the froth. ' ,Bat.
t • with: cream 1114dItigal".'
.6::; Good Hams.—After lams have been
smoked, 'take 'them down arid' thoroughly.
rub the flesh part with molasses, then
_ai)ply - pontiff or poWdered pepper b y
sprinkling as will stick to the
• ssolasses, when they must be hung _Up again
• to dry...:Hams treated'lts)thia•inannel will
ke,ep perfectly sweet for , two , or three years..
VMS lOWA be_done hefore thellydepo' attains'
2 • egg; for after that time nothing will stop their
ravages._ ' : •• • '
Duck Pa.—Bone a full-grown young Mick
and afowl; washthem and seaixtu'With pep.
and lsalt, a little allspice and mace,
e pounded; Put the fowl, iWn thefinck, and
- . `on-the former a calf's tongue pickled red,
tl • boiled very. tender and peeled; press the
11 whale clofie; the akin of the lege should he
drawn inward, that thebady ofthofoWlnuty
be quite smooth; if 'approved, the space he
tureen the sides of ,the meat may 'be filled
4 with a fine •forcemeat. Bake it in a elow
Ti t oven, either in a dish or red: pie crust,
I ', 44pple • P 114411)". —Pare and Stew %iv
ti pints of apples; , mash them,- and add four
I:1 eggs, a quarter, of a pound of butter, sugar
ti and nutmeg or grated- lemon. Bake it on
• Blade Goolies:—Three cups of sugar, one
_rr, 2 of .tutter,l one _of milk, one teasPootv of
soda, two cream tartar, three eggs; flour
• sufficient to knead soft, Cut in small cakes
ti and bake.
••1 1 49. 110 U or Banos Mussn'_s Itactrzs,
1.1 —Potatoes "soulteett,! , again—Pudding of
t.; takes' orehtekens'liter.Some persons have
not succeeded in fried potatoes. This IS not
astonishing. Are they well denkip every
fr:', restaurant? I remind you ' ‘, however, that d.
thoY ought to be cut, half quarter of ,an
0 inch thick, the. length of • the potato. Fry
them until three-fottrths done, over a very
moderate lire, so, as not. to coctic them,-too
Irigorously, and that on taking them* out the
;-1 exterior should not be hardened; drain them;
;,:t make the grease-vary. hot, return thepota
rt toes itirringcontinualiy,..until the
puff i ng, which soon : ac p ecirt l / 2 .. sugu be Com
pleter, take them otf; arain, salt and serve,
14 quickly.... . • '
F' Pudding of Chkkon Liver—P ound or chop
come....livers of : poultry; chop. or wash
up a tuff pound of suet also. the game gran-
tity of bacon. and "'some "inbabrikin*
them with the wished liver; ihen stir into
this foree-ineat two sliced onions; fried in
batter. six yolks of eggs, a ilaslof
brandy, salt, pepper and nutmeg,Nmd, lastly,
the whites of six eggiipreviously beaten to
a snow . Line the bottom and - aides of
sance-pan with thin slices of ham and let it
cook with a very slow fire above and below
it, surrounding the saucepan with hot ashes.
The pudding is eaten cold, and to keep its
shapti•must be cooled in the saucepan, which
should be of earthenware or enameled iron::
Take it - out, dip the saucepan a moment
into ba l ling water and turn the, contents on
a dish. • _
This' liver pudding, always ready, is an
excellent stand-by.--//eiaing Bulletin.
THINGS THAT I,
I have seen a fanner build a house so large
that the sheriff turned him out of doors.
I have seen a young man sell a good farm,
turn'merchant, and, die in the insane
I. have seen a farmer travel abOnt so
mach, that there was nothing,at home worth
looking after. ;
I have seen a young girl marry a young
mart.ld dissolute habite, and repent of it as
long as she lived. • '
I have seen the extravagance and folly of
children bring their Parents to povery and
want, and themselves into disgrace. •
I have seen a prudent, industrious wife
retrieve the fortunes of a family, 'when
her husband pulled at the other end of the
I 'have seen a young man who despised,
the counsel of the wise and advice of the
gond, end his career in poverty and
wretchedness., „ •
I have seen a man ',depart from the truth,
when candor and veracity wouldhave served
him a much better purpose. '
I have seen a man engage in .a lawsuit
about a trifling affair t,hat cost him more in
the end.than would have roofed all lire build
ings on his farm. ' '
FAWn' as muck want to know when
those fine cows,
the Jerseys ~.errys, and
Aldenteirs, are to be common enough to be
cheap, as tio the • Jevis when they take pos
session of Jerusalem. The good time
hangs back wonderfully.
A pnocass to open oysters 'is to enclose
them in an air-tight box, when steam- is in
trolinced, and the work is done. ,For one
establishment on the Chesapeake Bay,
2,500 bushel* Sze 1
opened and canned per
Hun= aNnta.s such as mules can work
longer and harder with the same food and
treatment than horses. Brit the pure bloods
are more heroic and sympathetic, and in
emergenc:es more trustworthy.
EVERT MINER should have -a compost
heap. Collect every kind of fertilizer,
and-to prevent any from liberating the
gases, keep the whole covered witkearth
SerßaNnummEs should have a_ thin cov
ering of coarse manure, to be raked off in
the Sprint. This will Prevent - - Winter
killing, and it more tlum doubles the crop.
Ann now scientific men inform us that if
birds gave milk we could raise neither fruit
nor gr . aln; but, as it is, they want insects
for their young, and we are saved.
IT zsz now dab:l:led "that large orchards
breed insects , and diseases, after the man
net. of 'large cities; and that the remedy.is
'small farms and small orchards.
The English comic' papers have these
squibs : ,
TAKING THE. WIRD OUT OF. A SALE
Auctioneers will sell early, in the ensuing
month the following choice c.ollections ofob
jects of art and vertul:
A Spanish throne, uniqtie; bas been thor
oughly cleaned and fumigated since the de
parture of the late occupant; to be sold cheap.
A rare specimen of the Banque law in
Spanish; 'very clmate. 7 ' "- • •
Pieces of the oath broken on the 3d of De
cember, picked up in Paris; richly gilt
A Parisian button-hole without the Le
gion of Honor; extremely scarce. •
A railway diTector's conscience; only
• 'lsabella, •
With the gingham umbrella."
• This must be a satire on Marfori; for the
ex-Queen does not teem to put him down,
though the reign is over. •
An archbishopric is 'vacant. , How many
humble shepherds aro praying the Lord of .
Misrule to give them .° strength to brave the
perils of the See ?'
Gush i s - generally a sign of youth.
There is no harm in the froth which first
comes off it. bottle of champagne, but sensi
ble men allow it to escape before trying the
arMANHOOD AND THE VIGOR
OF YOUTH restored in four weeks. Hoc
cees_guaraliteed. DB. EICORMI ESSENCE OF
LIFE restores manly powers, from whatever cause ,
arising ; :the effects of early pernitious 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
require .no restraint 'from busineits or ' pleasure.)
.Failure is impossible: Sold in bottles at g 3,: or tour
'quantities Jo ene for $9. To be had only of the sole
'appointeclagent in:'America, IL. GEBITZEN, 90b
Second. Avenue.• New York. • tail:l64-M
, WADE , a new Course of tecturee, as de-'
livered. at the New' York Museum otAnatonry, em
bracing the subjects: How to live and what to live
for; Youth, Maturity and Old Age; Manhood gener
ally reviewed; the cause of indigestion flatulence
and nervous disease! acconnted for; M arriage phil
osophically considered, 'lc. Pocket volume! con.
taining these , lecture! will be forwarded to parties
unable tgattend,- on receipt of four stamps, try ad
dressing BECUETARY, New York Museum of Anat
omy and Science; 61S .Broadway, , New York.
Igr"BATCHELOWS HAIR DYE.
Thbi srplendid Hair Dye is the beet in the world;
the only Mae and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
instantaneoub; no disappointment; .no sidiCulous
tints; remedies the ill elects of bad dyes; lnylgo.
rates and leaves the Hair soft and beautiful.,e
or ivotem liold.by all Druggists and Perfumers; and
l i rEgl i gt l e i t i N s :wVo c r i e l g Wig atair
lar - GUIDE' TO- MARRIAGE.-
, Youn_g Men , s Guide to Happy , Marriage
and Conjugal reltetty. The humane vlerrs of berter , .
olent Physicians, on the Errors and Abuses Incident
to Youth and Early Manhood, sent In sealed letter
enveloms, free of durrge. Addresp 'HOWARD AS.
SOCIATION. Box P.. Pbnadellthla. Pa. mrIBMMT
BT A. =WANE,
VALUABLE • BANK STOCKS-
MoNONGAHELA NAVIGATION 'BONDS,
&a—TUESDAY EVENING, November 24tb, at
734' o'clock, will be sold on second Door of Commer
cial Sales BOOME. 100 Smithfield street :
12 shares Bank ofPittsbnrsh
Su shares Citizens National B a n k:
25 shares.Tradesmen'a National-Bank;
7 shares *Beebe:ly - National Bank;
54 shares Central TransportationCo.o.
5 shares Pennsykratala Insurance Co:.
151,500 Monongahela Navigation Co. Bonds.
note . A. MCILWAINE, Anctfonoer.
BY PALIBB . & n=M
psurnOt ti 4 PHILLIPS,
did Gensmisskon Merchants,
OPERA . HOUSE AUCTION BOOMS
Ircu 6 0E4 Street, Pif4 61 41 1 4 Pa•
BOOTS, siliakty CARPETS
Dry Goods and Notionsi
AT MUTATE 13ALE-DAt AND immure.
Conslgnmeuts 801/cited. Minpt Sa
Ilw=MM=ltia=M . M=W:
*B - mwr*C -
OFFICE OP THE
WM INSOLINCE CO.
Philadelphia, Nov. 11 2 1888:
pie fallowing Statement 'of the tiffsirs of the'Conil ,
puny la puliltalied inconformity with s provision of
ftsClutrter: " •
pa Nantrms Bacititrzp'ftom
1 It oiember 1, lag; to pcto
On MI/lie and Inland Mats. pos,ncs 74
Ow Fire Itisks 145,206 OS ' .
Premium,' on Policies not .
marked off Noy.'i, *rob n
a . itleks. $745. 005517 7
interest 'during the same
MOSSES, EXPENSES, &a.,
dating the yearas above:
idatine and Inland Navtgi-
Sion Losees 604,002 74 •
Bin Looses 73,44487
Ileturn Premiums - 10.141
Agency Charges, Advents-. • •
lug, Printing . . .... G 0,52111 08 ,
States state, .
Munielpear Taxes 43,685 89
lixpetutes Z.[lOB 64
ASSETS OP THE COMPANY.
• • November 1. 1565. •
9291,20 rutted States Five Per Cent.' .
• Loan. - 10-10's 9935,500 00
20,003 United States Six Per Cent.; '
- Loan. 1351 9 LK MO 00
50,011 United States Six Pe , Cent.
Loan.(for Peale Railroad).
200,090 State of Pennsylvania Six Per .
' Cent. Loan 21.1.125 CO
125,000 City of Philadelphia Six Per
Cent. Loan (exempt from
- - 00
- , 93,000 State oi Nett/ Jersey Six Per
Celt. Loam 51,61000
20,000 Penneylvania Railroad Pint
• . Mortgage Six . Per Cent.
115.150 Pennsylvania Railroad Sec
_ old mortgage Six Per Cent.
' . Bonds
MAW Weatern. Pennsylvania Rail
,. • - road Mortgage Six Per Cent.
30,000, State of Tennessee Plea Per .
7,1919 State of Tennessee. Six Per
Cent. Loan 1,011 26
15,030 Gen:dantown Gas Company,
ineipal and interest_guar
auteau•by the City of roils
/ delphla. 930 shares Stock.... IS,OOO CO
93,000 Pennsylvania Railroad Com
- pany. o 33o shares Stock 11.X0 CO
S,CH north Pennsylvania Railroad
Company 100 shares' Stock. 9;500 00
114000 Philadelphia and Southern
-Mall Steamship Co.tOsbares •
307,90 Loans 6n Bonds, and Mon
rnee 297 900 liens on CitY .*
$1,100,1100 Par. ,
Cost, $1 .083, 'Market Value si.l ,Brs 25
.. •••••• '
Bills - Receivetole ... Insur
e, ante made
Balance due at Agencies
- Premiums on Maxine Poll
, cies Accrued ' Interest,
and other debte due the
Company 40,178 88
Btoolr. ami dcrip of sundry
Corporations, $3.155: Es-. ,
tLtnated value 1,813 00
Cash in Bank $118,150 08
Cash in Drawer 418 65 •• • „
PIIILADZLPHTA, Notember 11, VMS.
• The Board of Directors have this day declared a
CASH DIVIDEND OF TEN PER CENT. on the
CAPITAL STOCK; and SIN PER CENT: Interest
on the SCRIP of the Company, payable on and after
the first of. December proximo, tree of National and .
They have also declared a SCRIP. DIVIDEND OF
THIRTY PEE CENT. on the EARNED PREMI
UMS for the year ending October 31, 1565, certifi
cates at which will be Issued to thepartiel entitled
to the same. on and after the firs; of December prox
imo free of National and State Taxes. • •
They have ordered, also. that , the SCRIP crE
TIFIcATEvor PROFITS ofthe Comyany, for the
: b e fflf s 4 4 in tie °' ,Vrtralte l ClA44, Zitned
first ecember proximo, all interest thereon to
cerise on that day.,Mr By a provision of the Char
ter, all Certificates of Scrip not presented for re
demption within Ave can afterpublic notice that
they will be redeemed, be forfeited and can
celled on the Books of-the Company'
lETHo certificate of profits boned under $515. By
the Act of Incorporation, "no certificate shall issue
unless claimed within two years after the declara
tion of ;he dividend, whereof it is evidence.
ThomaelC. Hand, Edmund A. Bonder,
John C:.•DATIS,' L • Bimuel E. Stokes,
James C. Hand,.
_. . Henry Sloan,
Theophllus Paulding, William C. Ludwig,
Joseph H. Seal, . .' George C. Leiper,
' Hugh Craig, . Henry_ C . ; Hallett , Jr.,
John It. Penrose. • John Taylor,
Jacob . Jones , George W. BernadOn.
Jatoes - Traquair. ' William G. Boulton,
Edward Harlington, Jscob Hiegel.
.H. Jones Brooke. Spencer Kollvaine, -
James B. McFarland, • D:T.;•.liorgan, Pittsb'h.
Edward Latourande, ' Jul , . B. Semple, ::
Joshua P. Eyre, . 'A. B. Berger,
' THOILASC: 'HAIM,' President.
'JOHN C - .'13AV113,1 7 1ce Presideit.
EMBRY LYLBUBH. Secretary, • _ , , '
HENRY BALL, Assistant Secretary. . aoll:a40
INSURANCE COMPANY OF PITTTSBURGH.
OFFICE, N0.3673‘ WOOD BTIINICT. BANS OP
COMMENCE BUILDING. ' • '
This ig a Home Company, and lhaurea aghast bras
by Fire excluslvela;
LEONARD WALTER, Fres:dent..
0. , C. BOYLE,VIest President.
ROBERT .r.VßßlCll.,.Treasurer. .
HUGH Hai...HE:IIY. Becr s t : ary.
Leonard Walter,. - sileorgeWilson,
0. 0. Boyle, Geo. W. Evans.
Robert Patr ick,_ , •,. J. O. Lapp%
Jacob Painter, , ' J. 0. Fielder...
Joelab King, Jobh Voegtley,
Jas. H.Sprul Ho
o pblua, A. Amixmh.
AGAIN ST LOSS . BY iFX11.3..
FRANKLIN INSURA CE;O, OF. PHIL ADELPHIA,
wince, 435 a 437 cinesTifirr ' 5T., Ennli IKE
OtArte , sßlantai: 'M lu ordecai H. Louth
Tobias Wagner,a . Dalis Bro: 0 7! ,
Ettmnet ran. • . Isaac Le 4,
Jacobli. datA t lk. . . ;EdwardO. Dote,
__ George Fates. •
• OFtWELES @. BARGEES, Pteddent.,
EDly.ye e l i M.E, Vice President.
J. O.SEGNER COITLIC, AGEE?
Nadi West corner 'Third and Wood Sired .
mhtergrE. . •
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
om , xxirrroorr.
ESTABLMOD 1803. OAHE CAPITAL PAID
UP AND INVESTED FUNDS EXCEPID
ING $8.000,000 IN GOLD.
Insurance against Piro 'fleeted on Houses and
Buildings, Goods, Wares and Merchandise s Steam
boats, to, polities issued :payable In Rola or cur.
renal. Ayr United States Branch Oflce, 40 PINS
STREET, New Pork.
All.loasts of the United-States Branch will be ad.
jaded In New York.
J. Y. 310i...a.voirtabrk Agent,
pITTSBMI , OH, PA. •
87 rotruirs snizET.
MB. MoLAITOBLIer also Agent for theManhat•
tan Life Insurance Gatapany. sedrr7ll
ALLEGHENY INSURANCE COIL.
PANT OF PITTSBURGH. - •
OFFICE, No. 31 zurra STREET. Berra Bat=
. Insures *waxist all hinds ot Flie and Marine Blahs ,
JOHN IRWIN,. Jn.; President. • '
JOHN . D. IreOORD, Vice President.
C. G. DONNELL. Secretary.
CAPT. FPM. DEAN.. General Agent.
. • Dricurrons: • •
John I r vin.. Jr.. Crpt. Wm. Dean ,
John D. McCo rd , . B. L. Fahnestoeu
FA. Hulsey. ' W. H. Everson,; '
off Childs. " Robert H. Dimli, e
_J. HoskiasoN Friends Herrera ,
Charles 'Ham , canc. J. T. stoildele.
1 PAN r.
comaCie. N. X. CORN= WOOD & MTN an..
A Rome Clemson tains Ylri mid marine Blik
Toku X. Park A.. _
Capt. dame ! Mute r,
wec. , Ven Air 4l \ •
James D. V pH ere r div ..1
I wm. IL ri
,411 yr yffuTinilia,
Cir 1 1 ."00e a 4
_, : ew~.eai;a~
," as 05
DrisoToast • •
.gspt..roa n L. Bhcaggi
n.tarsi r. Bbriv_er.
tholuel l 4ofickial
- • ,7%; - . ;I`,, '
Y um', LIFE . INSURANCE CO
146:100 BROADWAY. ••
4n.bicc6lii,,, tieo7,7;;;ii:ii of a Sacred Poed,
whlotrls to provide for the Widow and the lather
leas. with the least possible harden to the ferreted.
All Approya roma( of kotaes
' , Melt of Premiums.
heirt q ermi. ly The Entire
premium, ivar, PER
• • •
' Liberal =Nei Dor , D ,
Profits of the Id
Insured. LAst Beturn of -
. le as.
Hon. John A. DM, : - E. V. Hai.phussout,
Hon. James Harper, W
I pin= Wlltins,
' John J. Crane, ~ .1 ins H. Pratt.
William T. Hooker,' . William . W. Wright,
Wm. M. Versallye. , Charles .1 .gtaxr,
Chas.',G. Rockwood. William Allen, .
HOn. Geo. Ondyke, , Oeo, W. 0 iryler,
Minot O. Morgan , , Geo. fr.,Hope, . ,
'Atoms. Rilrhelr. ~ • John H.-Sherwood.
B.nj. B. human, ,'. ' Edwird, li.' Wright,
A 5..., Arnolo,> 1 -i , - : Gee. IV. Parke,
Bleb! d ld.wEALesTru'
B. plz w e vr o t ut 4 43or zei w i e d l en l.
1117.1 TRY,,, GAHAGA24,' setetary:
. LUCIUS ilLeADAH,4lstaarY•
J. BATS* i v ig11441413. , •
°EWER " •AO*IirYOB,E/iN • MiefiA. ,
Room Ne., SI. Sash : Of COZIIIII tee ihludo
thiVCCUPIeX at tiXth anikW°Od "re"gy
Sir grits wantoia. .APply as sbove.'. •
, , .13,213tZ1-'rsll
NATIOivirAL INSITBANCE CO.,
' or rns , car imaxonorr.
Moe, !Co. 89 IPEDBBAL WISEJLT, entrocoe on
Stockton : Avenue. = -
w..w. aturrur. President
JAB. 8.. wrzyzNsolr. Secretary:
A. H.Enslish Thompaoo
Jno. A. Myler, Lonknstt, Joe. Mien,
Jas. L. Graham, to_Lffia,
dna. Brown. Jr. et% Varga. ; • Jaaol2./10PD,
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ok -- 4U;611724i, PA.
Mnce in FrankihiiiaTin-giaMinrs,
No. 443 Ohio St.. -ALlockkozw.
A )101113 0011P4132, 5 ,
, teenspia by Dlzeotors via
known to th e comma o who trust by felt deans.
to merit a share of your stronap. • • •
MCJIIRY IRWIN Pr*,Mu&
GEO. DONADDLEI lkorstarlr.
Henry_lrwin t ID. L. Patterson, Henry Serwtg,
Geo. E. Saddle, Jacob Irene, Gettlelb Pass,
Simon Drum, J:13.: Smith, Jacob Bush .
W. H. Stewart, gh: P,Whistan, Joseph Ortigg zik
Joe. Lantner, MiJ. maned. Jeremiah Ho
aplo:onS , • I ' "
WM. P. HBRRZW. Secretary.
CAPT. commix woad), uezeral'Asfat.
Office, - 914 Water street, aping ; & Co. +a • Wid
house; up stairs, Pittsburgh. - • •
Will inzure against all Wadi of Fire and' Marine
Risks. A home Institution, managed by laireetors
who are well known to the. community, i and Who are
determined by promptness 'and liberalty to: mein.
tain,the character which they have assumed, as of
tering the best groteetion to Mime. who desliw to 1:!S
Alexander Nimloki Joan B. McCene,
B. Miller; Jr.., Chas. J. Clarke,
James McAuley, 3,, Wi ll ies' B. Es
LioricHl w irjd3r u er, ' JAs i e l haf t4 C 3 irk
David M. Long , W in. flotCf - r. 4 .-
D. Ihmpen. ' nail/:)
WINES. LIQUORS, Bco
SCHMIDT, & FRIDAY
umdtm/0 OF FORZION
WINES AND LIQUORS,
:No. 409 I'entt'Stkeet, Pitcantrg
Would direct the attention of the', public to the fad.
that, Do. Beetling animism. thellitles through several •
large Wine add Liquor Houses in Europe, and
making.their importations direct, thesAte enabled
to offer the various grades of choice-WINES AND
LIQUORS at' prices less than Eastern' rates.' .
-aminations of Atiallties and comparison- of prices
respectfully solicited. • ,
• A choice assortment-of pure-OLD. ET
KEYcolistantlefon hand •-
DUBE NATIVE WINES. • 2
, o a r own
of oar imiiToritis. ;tie ixisi braid, of
-CHAMPAGNE, CLAHEM ...SHERRY , and PORT
WINES. • Wine .Orowe 'COmpegyo , • of, BRAM-
D, gut juki the g for travelers..
N. B P ar
tsmutei.. ' 1 7 14 1,
H29:447. .*. • • No. Pligteggey, pito ; .
JOSEPH 84 FINCH ar. CO* ,
No& 1f i c4.187, 181419 j. ig3. Slid
SLUT. iSTILILAT. PlTll33l:**. ,
Ceps 118 0
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HOPS. an.. ' t • - ogismulit
WESTERN . .DISTRICT7
817.*ANIA. 841. Al Pittiburgb, county Al-
legbetly. the leltb of 21 ovinOza; A. IN 1868.
To whom It may concern: ' The nationsigned bere
t,' gives notice of his appointment as assignee of
Josgptt 8.. DICKEY, .
of Pittabugh, to the county of.Allegbeny and fitMe
P.enfisylvania, within said Dietilciortio has been
adjudged a bankrupt , upon hie own retition by the
District Coint of said pi:strict.
n017:485T ,• , W. E. TUSTiN. AseiXneb..
testamentary on Om ESTATE Or ROBERT
TON, late , of - Allegheny oltr. having been
grantedlo the undersigned, all' persons Indebted to
said estate are frequested to mate immediate pay
ment, and those having claims azalea& the;eamewlll
present them to the.uuderslgned, properly swam -
Rated, for settlement. • • -
1 • . ALEXANDER 'GLENN:
0c21:z452" Executor, Allegheny city.
Irn THE COURT OF QUARTER
nf Allegheny county, - No, —,' Sept.
term, 1808, in re.opening or Datdeld street, city hate Pittsburgh. - The Commissioner appointed to tate
testimony Irvine above:ease will meet all parties in •
terested at his once, N 0.103 FIPTI;LAVENUE, on
WEDNESDAY, November 05th, 'at 1 - o'clock r.
x.. for the purpose of taking fife testlinony 6f wit..
ncsses - . JOHN T. 'WILEY; ,
ESTERN DISTAICIC OF VEAL
SYLVANIA, ss: •
t Pittsburgh, the 16th' day of Nov.. A. D. 1888.
The undersigned hereby gives notice of hls apEtiliaty
as Assignee of Hrhi. BRITTON; lateor Pitt&
burgh. lathe County og Allegheny. Jitate of ..routi-,
.sylyania,' within said District, who hag been ad=
Ddge4 a 'Bankrupt twOn bb 91Vir Ay tbe
istrict Court of snid nistrtct.
JOHN 11., , 8A1L1T,T. jOudiruegin •
n on;ssy-T - - Attorney at Law 4 89, Otani 11,41:get.a. • •
Saler' of Weights and Mesons.
FOUBTA - PHEW, '
taetweextpbest, ea*Perry street*
Ortetilitrainl)tar littoade4 to,
.'FOR - SAX.4- - iIis•fastIOSTALTIE -
INO Ai:B. en Ede et the
ConnelleYlll4l lidlreM 97 linos urea laleeftljn
. 001 3 111 Y. ra. ase
imurevemeate are a fee iwe.story brick lean, with
tea large rooms and hall. A large frame bank ben,
with:No. 1 welling. mid ill ether ontbisildiess Ia
complete order. Osie *Me best of orchards, of all
hinds of fruit. ::Tae :Lorick „sew bottom. This
the t°1:41.1 7 WU.' glait u 'ia:,
stor us- es, Ac. ,and will be geld rk the : low , price of
110,000:. T he Improvements alone are werth at
least sl thMi asked far the PreFertY..today noth
ing aboat the land,which le worse for garden pur
pose!: at least $ ,101910. For MI partioelara Pill at
tur Wane, WILLIAM,A. BELL, Egg., on the
Algol A PARK OF 40 ACRES, attested In ECM
abeth township, Allegheny county: Pa., =the line
of the Connellyville•Railroad.`abaet /S miles from
the city. The improvements area new stone dwell.
vrith eight p rope rt y good barn and Other out
buildings. Thi is offered at it ;very low
price. Call and secure 'yourself* good bargain.
ALSO. A FABLE OF 180 ACRID& ' attested In
Ellsebeth township, Allegheny corm ?a 17}1
miles froin the sir/ t
on the Connelliwtheltellroads
opppos to rod a
or the Station :. The Wit s wai t
house containing four rooms and kitchen, with a
good cellar underneath; very good barn and other
outhuildintie.. - A No, / °retard. containing about
990 frill bearing trees, all Ingood condition. 90
acres cleared latid, the residue ln good Umber, um
derlaid with 93 acres of coal.
TWO-STORY BRICK •MOINE adjoin
ing the Borough of Elisabeth, Allegheny county,
Pa., containing 4 roams and Kitchen. Lot 60 feet
house,y 180 back to an alley. A good Stable. wadi
bake-Oven and other outhelldings. lam au
thorized to sell It at the low pried of SIAM, on
g ALSO,. I
, Inthe Borough of Elfrabeth. • good two.
story BUICK. HOUSE, containing rooms. Lot
1510 feet square. Will be sold at the exceedingly
low prier: of 49.600. on easy terms.
ALSO, MI Farm, known by the name of **Willow
Banks „ situated on the Oonnelleville Railroad, 17
miles from the city, oontaining 79 sem., alit n
good :stindition. - The improvements are aNo I.
brick house. two stories high, newly painted, con.
tabling six rooms, two halls running fall length of
she house. The house is situated oat a beantlltil
knoll. is our:minded by fruit trees. shrubbery, Thies
and flowers, with a graded avenue running to the
Youth. River. Also, a large frame bank barn,
smoke house, wash house, coal house, bake-oven
outbuildings, and a neyee.faiiing neu o
water. Two large orchards, containing from six to
seven hundred fruit trees, near! y all Is good bearing
condition. This farm abounds in small fruits, via:
Currents. raspberries, gooseberries, and sane large
strawberrypatch, welch, in connexion with the
richness'of the soll and nearness to the city, makes
it very desitable for gardening purposes. Very con
venient to schools, churches, stores and hi:WM=lth
ALSO. A FARM OF 158 ACRES, situated in
Elisabeth township. Allegheny county. Ps.. 31 •
miles from the city of Pittsburgh. on the Commits-
Tillie Railroad, at Suter etation. This Improvements
are a common log house. a good frame barn, with
stabling for ten horses; a corncrib and wagon, shed;
good orchard of fruit gees ; fencing very gad.
IMO acres cleared, the reiddite in heavy timberland.
This farm is valuable—AM, for lts excelletit soil;
secondly, its timber; and thirdly. It contains more
limestone than any other farm In PennsliVatils, all
accessible. The lower vein of limestone is 40 feet
thick; several other veins ranging from to 6 ft.
In thickness, lie under the whole fame. For partic
ulars enquire of ELI SUTER, Esq•, at Suter Sta
tion. ors et my °Mee.
ALs_o, 173 ACRES, situated St. Clair town
ship, Wesueorelead comity, Pa., near the line of
the Penusylvanth Railroad at lloeston,
The improvements are a t wo-litory frame noose,
with six rooms Sad good cellar, a frame bank barn
40 be 40 feet. Ind other outbuildings, There Lon
the place a youngapple and peach orchard: one hun
dred and twenty acres , cleared land. divided into
gelds of convenient else, a large portion of which
are well set la clover and; timotli/i the resides of
said tnwt cOveredwith soedlitaberi nig well wa
tered. and underisid, with coal aryl limestone, and
ts convenienttheharches, whools, stores, =Rs and
olacksmith shops. Areal good bargain is offered in
this excellent far= I __
ALgo, 4t beautifu ll y situated tract of WO ACRES
of Wriusble land, under good fencing, situated In •
McCandless township, Allegheny I county. Pa., car s.
township road, 7 measured miles from the Market
Range, Allegheny City. , his "tract is welt adapted
for a garden or dairy Wm, being convenient and of
easy access St:Other =lnd near enough to the
line of the Itehosing 00 to make it very desi
rable for country seats, for persons doing bathes!
ALso, Thebeet firm InTonng township, Indiana
county, Pa., it mites trot* syestern Fenha. IL IL at
Livermore Station, •containing WO ACRES--9"85
acres cleared a= under No. I - fencing, as well es
floe farming condition; the balance In good waits
oak timber. The Improvements aid le - two-story
frame houses. nearly new, of eight rooms each and
finished basements and attics; elute bank bard 50
by SO feet, • two.story spring hones and other me.
cessary outhalbl Inge. all good order; 6 heitES of
orchard of choice varieties or fruits - : 4. feet 'rein of
coal (now epen.} underlying the whole tract, sad
limestone In abundance, elts plenty of springs et
never.falling water. Taken all together-houses,
fencing, soil, nice lying surface, public highway,
churches, Schools, Mills, dc. '
—lllr.now of no mime
inviting and desirable tract of- land la Western
ALSO. - FARM AND MILLS. A small tract of 60
ACRES of very valuable land in Derry township
Westmoreland county,• Psi.; well fenced and In .
high state Of cultivation. with new frame dwelling,
and other outbuildings ; a new grist and saw mlll
complete, with two run of burrs, two bolting eloths,
and all the needed ,11xtures, in good order, and ,a
young orchardeftholai traits; la= Is all underlaid
with a six foot vaimagenatonow rimed and work.
ed, at the back of the mill. and limestone In Pang
ance. Call goon and secure iagood bargiOn.
ALSO, FARM OF 160 ACISEti situated llinneill.
Adel, upon the =cot the Fenneylvanla
at Blairsville Lute:section. 51 miles east of •the
city. The improvementh are atwootory stone Mouse
of B rooms, a No. 1 bass, 46 by 65 feet, the best of
stabling and other outbelldings. The lend ; lies we ll .
is well fenced. Is in good farming order, and will be
sold very cheap if applied for soon.
For hither particulars enquire of
6. R. TOWER, Real /MOP Agent,
No. 164 FOURTH AVENVE.
VO)Et SALE. • 1,-
I Aci•eat'Woods Run. •
4 Acres and House in Rut Liberty.
8 Acres, unimproved, on TroftiW.
SI Acres on Greensburs•Pike. , •
5 Acres on Foer Mlle Bun Road, 12 xdles from
P. O. , •
70 Acres near P. C. R. R. • •
Ult Acres near Pa. E.R.- Westmoreland county.
90 Acres at Hill Side 805)4.
4 , Farms in Preston coun ty , West Virg inia. .
• 185 Acres in Armstrong county, underiald•wlth
coal. . 14_
108 Acres and Food. itaprOreleentl, iu Trziaibull
' county. Ohio. -
900 Acres of •Timber 'land, with Baw =land
House And.. Lot on Center ATenie, neer , :Kirk.
HOUso andt..onNicroy street, , • .• •
House,sed Lot In, Rast.Liberty.., ,
House and Lot in Mansfield. •
• . Hottse , and , Lot on Carroll street, - Allegheny.
• Honse,end Lot on , Beaver evenue. • . •
- 2 HOUSCi and 4 Lots, ye cheap, on 7*( , ., street.
it Lots; very cheap, on Yhte street.
Housets•undLot on -"Franklin street. • . •
• I.House,of 9; Moons and 2 •Lots on Roberts St.
rams lb lilidors. Mt 1491111 and WettViritita•
• Com Ltedsl4JUlegheny,'WeStmoreland, Payette
" and 2047tr.'-'*"."' inPenna. ' • • • •
isE i r •
Houses oritatonms in:the 17th ward; rent 4300
;3 • !do., qt 3 • • do.: der, •17th; -do. d0..144
, - •do. 'of r do. do. 12th do. _do. 158
".•91 do. -of •• 'do: do. • Bth do. do. 300
1 • do. 0r.999 do. • .4;4 . Bth' do. , • _do. -300
• 1 .do.: of 2 do.. do.• • do.. do. 800
1. do. of ° i do. do. tith• • do. do. 192•
1 - :do.'of ; do. ; do.. ' 6th; do: • dO. 840
.1 •• 'do, •oE 4 do. •.do. i 17th . do. 105
1 ,do'. rof -do.. _ 2d do.
1 • o___." bf 0 • do.'- urunt street.
• The .HOnses that I.bsve fbr • rent will be rested
very low to 400 d tenants for the balance of the.ren
Di P, 'awls awls 111 L OFIIOI
No. 91 Grant St, Pittsburgh.
"k 4 lOll SALE & TO lEMT.-410uses .
.kildZots for Isle • Otthe elt=
bse AlsoilseVlTai In •_ood.
I FAOTORTewithglo saes
of land. and good lmorovenientai mita 'KU. ee
cheap and on. ressomible • terms:. lineftlese Houser
to let on good stmts. Dwelltni Houses tor
rent in both elthte.. tore surtberaVlara Inquire
DM 310 Great street, otexoelte tholes*.
HOMES TH E
‘...) we. are authorized to offer two thousand acres
or good land in Missouri at the lowpriee of seventy
Ave cents !per; sere.. Will ' be divided into forty.
eighty, prone bundredsnd sixtysore tracts to suit
the purchaser. Title good and all taxes paid up.
This offer to .remain open only one.week. For Toll
particulars apply. to ; B. MeLAIN •& CO..
uOl3 . comer Fourth and Smithfield streets.
v MITT FOR 13d,Lit. , -4. good, two story brick
dwelling bons% Well built and conveniently ar
ranged, ball, large parlor six roans Nod cellar; lot
140 feet fronton DithrlCte street by 1 - 30 deep . tit
nate 34 mile from Oaklan d; easy of access by street
care. :Forpirther information *poly to .•• -
• • ,0, - 130FlittgaT It.SONS,
- . - 85 bulitbtleld'street.
. . . .
VALUABLE .-PROPERTL , :FOR
vtILLE with rood briettbrabisi,bsvints
Juke (rout OA Liberty stree erry street at!
send sum. gir. , •ptrie En't & sox% •
now ;!, saemattpebt area;
BEIIETINGS A,Np BATTIN.p:
111" 1 / 13 % n!!`" & CO.,
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS
Nano Were sat WOW
minion Alm' 30.97.01.1&
SNXIMNOS AND BATTINcti,
..r . " ing,mbrallistier.A
Hader -lc Nr4 .uawit!s.
BOLIDAT_WEkir. A FESTIVAL OF yrs
Positively tut week of the inimitable 00med1ssa •
__t__ F. M.- 111.11LAMEMAZ.- .
TIDI &MAY EVEN INC, November SS 4th. will be
indicated Mr. Chanfran.s last New York success. a'
new pia) , by the author of east. entitled
Mr. Chanfran roor Onaraciefil•
To eonelode with the sketch of the
Jeremiah Clip Mr Chanfran.
With Imitation. of Forest, Booth, 'Kean. Berner
WlBlaree and others.
brand Thanksgiving Matinee. on Thursday-Mr. .
Chanfran will sip • ear.
m Le an ss a a s e er - • H. j c y ns , - W e.. gi. mA imt e mst. i.x. .
Treasurer ' . ti. G.' Hainan*.
The management t.ke great plessare ID annotmc-
Int tp the public of this city that It has effected as
engagementwith the beaadfal and daring eqaestri-
MISS KATE FISHER: „ •
ttt her'great speciality
, MAZEPPA •
t iegilt bun enure /sew York company
Dr C le -and Pa m :tette, 30c. lamlly-Clrele
line. I Doors open it 7., Performance to commenee
Egg , R L S , VARIETIES
_ . N
H. W. WitUANO Lessee and Manager,
limo. B. Enaaox Stage Manager.
THANKSGIVING FESTIVAL WEEK.
- MISS MAUDE S'T. JAJIES.
the great Vocalist.
• ' . 31"11•119 Arirrire. .117:1‘11 0 14.13i - •
New Milittaarryy Drama entftled TOE
SHASYSHOO EES OP lI.NOLE SAM. Two Isl 6,
formahces on Thanksgiving Day. Afternoon at 11,4
fij37BVILNELVIS lODUSEITDI -- ,ANW.
PARLOR MENAGERIE . :
The Great Family litesortew'
FIFTH .A.VENII.2. between Smithfield and WoOlf
streets.' opposite Old Theatre. -
Air Open Day and . Threning, all the year round:
Admission; 25 cents; Children. 15 cents.
GEORGE ALFRED TO3VNSPIR
Will delirer his Humorous Lecture on
"THE RENNSYI,VANIA DUTCH,"
ACADEMY OP . axuegc.
TUESDAY -Matilfil,NOT. 24, -,11368t,.
Tickets 50 cents to alt parts Of the house.' 'Ho re.
served tents. •
• Doom open at T o'clock. - teat= g!tl.4t..
[LATH oryvzsTraN Wiliff.lll3.lTYo
Offers his six - vices to the public asiescher of
•,. , • -
1313112111 AN; MUSICAwn •DIZAWINCL ,
Also, u T.ItANSL &TOR intlitirTEßPßZTl4.4.'
, . .
°Mee 144 SKITHIPIELDATIMIET, thirdltok%
non - • --.•
lar inlo F ° 'CA I RI IIU MP /VS , •
PMIRIZA BIS airiOte _Awn*,
No. Th T .ISTREST, is„ now . Open ftm_the
ception of Masi days and hours—For La-'. -
dies4:Misders and Mates. Wednesday and Satardan• •
$ o j eloct .For Gentleasen—Ttieelay and
Friday Even-tem ern 0 , ,p10ei4" Private' lesson/
wen. Omura tie bad at the Mule 'Rom
and Academy. Classes 'out of the eity.i
convenient, atteruiedlo..._ •
air HMI to ler to &lett Parties ' seirvlS •
PROFES = X0N.i4.1
E4ll 31,a sv;y3D._ TICE
PRACTICE OF' . LAW,
nr AIDNLPITI&7 °lnce Ito. 213 sotrrz
FIFTH STREET. below Ohestnut. nols ats -
1 4, 1. 3 •M1P/ER.; ••••
AuntsmAN AND Kx-oM(310 J utsTICE 'OP, .
• THE PEACE. i
OFFICE, 89 F,IFTI-1n
Bimetal attention given saaveyanelngand COI.
leettona Deeds Bonds and Mortgages drawn up.
Eno an. legal easiness attended to promptlysuld ao-
jes. A. 11171117.1, ' , •
. ... . .
=BMX AID POLIOE NAGISZILICIL
Mika, LSI iiirYLltErAtitXT,Fastr W,lshilleti".
MTTE9.!PB,Cirr,' Berl A;
Deeitft ',- troadih itertter,tenti
Dow don , Cneetione,' g time
ft exeoutett proMWT. : " ad
Ex-0111r.. - 'o Justice of the Peace and. Mae
taste. • 0410,011 ANT STREET, Opposite th ) ; l er.
thedral, P ITTSBURGH, PA.
Deeds Bond 4 Mortpses. Acknowledgments.
DPnosidons, and AB Letal - BPslileab ""Ited with
promptness and dasteste • Wan
Tli/STACE S. BILOBBOWi
A.T...I3IMMAN. • •
2:1•0771C10 xerwrimr- as THE PEACE elm
• . PULICZ. HAIHSTRATZ.
OFFICE, N 0.73 PENNA. MENU' PIITSBURGH. Pk .
Deeds. Bonds. Hortgagee, Ackeurorledgments,
Depoeltlonssad all Le 4113tudzteee emaciated
p mess end • • =NI
Justice of th e Peace,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE Si INSURANCE Ad
to lllecuon of Bents solicit/11 andp rotriptli Attend
WILLMI H. BAJUSPIIi •
lUSTICE OF THE PEACE, CONVEYANCER. lOC,.
mace; OAIISON STEXILT.' nearly': oppbitter tli s ,
ilauxsiDepot, sotrra.prnesuwm. . !
Business entrusted to' Ids cue tiromptli attend.:
No. 87 Fifth Streets
a. D 1 1 1;o0& Plients Room
Joni. :nine ,
OSieek, Illibbasionil Street,
()pposne S 0 4 0 21 Roe")
H C. 111.ACRILELL'i.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAWI
1Va.,89 Grant Ettrret,
— lll. PA.
JOHN. A. STRAIN,
szarlicao,:insTxos ow THE PIEMIhr,..aND
Me,11511 TOTH STARR% goody* the cute.
drat. Pittabsigh, Ps. Deeds, , 1121 ff
low Azeirated with upesmakess and dins
ARCHIBALD BLAMILEr g
No. fie nrlit •
14E/OELMC,S.Iat ENGI~I3 i.
TlNCia nni a
dnd soueitor of Patents!
%magi°. 'lB smus A A ..- gr a rr cm;
Et a t . Box at
• 0 'T n .& oll• exeratitzh tgukelpgraw,.
BLAnIIIIIN E ty and r at do pad to do.
MIS Mashed and
ontoopyiltdialted. Au x m a x
Ilia Cluom fOr meohiuiloo oTtFY.