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In 1850 the product of the mines—ao
cording to Government 'records;—distribut
ed through4-twelve States, 'was valued at
47,173,730 ; of which sum $5,298,351, or
upward of 73 per cent., was the value of'the
anthracite mined by the State of Pennsylva
nia; or in ten years time, between 1850 and
1860, including returns from sixteen States
and Territories, and from 622 establish-
ments, of , which the aggregate capital
amounted to 6,218,089 tons, or 145,452,000
bushels, of bituthinous coal, and 8,115,842
tons 'of anthracite, valued together . at $2O,-
242,657. This' shows an increased value of
not less than $13,069,887, or 162 per cent.;
over the returns of 1860. The internal rev
enue tax on all mined coal is three and a
half cents per ton. Ir 1864 the amount re
alized by Government from this.source on
Pennsylvania's quota of 1,249,211 tons, was
' $437,192. The whole amount from the en
tire mining interest was but $512,436, which
proves conclusively that Pennsylvania
alone contributed over four-fifths of the to
tal returns. •But although this State mo
nopiolizes the lion's share of the anthracite
bade, in limited quantities this same coal
is found in the 13tates of Rhode Island,
Massachusetts, Texan, Missburi, lowa,
, The anthracite coal region , of Penn
sYlvania' is diiided into three prineipal
„districts. First. The . Northern or WVont
ing district, where anthracite coal was
first applied to practical purpose. This re
gion comprises the Shickshinny, Wilkes
bare, Newport, Pittston, Lukewarmly and
Carbondale, in all an area of 120 square
Miles, or 76,80'7 acres. It is celebrated for
the very hardest species of white ash coal.
As early, as 1775 the first cargo , was shipped
from this regiOn down the Susquehanna to
Carlisle Barracks. Secondly. The South
ern Schuylkill contain the principal basins,
and.-extends on the east from the Lehigh
idistiict nearly to the Susquehanna on the
west. This division embraces the districts
,known as the Lehigh, Tamaqua, Tascarok,
Schuylkill Valley, Pottsville; Minersville,
Swatara, Lyken's Valley, Dauphin, togeth
er with several other minor districts., • Its
area of workable coal is estimated to be 164
Kuare miles, or 106,960 acres. Thirdlyivl
What is known as the Middle Anthracite
coal region of Pennsylvania extends from
Shainokin to the Lehigh, and covers fully
seventy-three thousand acres of coal land,
or about.lls square miles, divided between
the two large basins of Mahonoy and Sham
okin, and a few smaller colleries, and an
eastern cluster of from twenty to thirty
smaller basins, such as Beaver Meadow,
' Hazleton, 'etc.
The Cumberland mines were not worked
until 1842. The . Scranton were not opened
untillBs6. - -
Of the relative value of the two-coals, red .
and white ash, the latter is greatly'preferred
for domestic use—for though this lattee(an
thrricite) in its consumption deposits more
ashes, the heat is thought to be more in
tense. Indeed, the better qualities of an
thracite have been sufficient to decompose
and burn water when submitted. in small
quantities to its fierce heat. Bituminous
. coal leaves a red ash, and but little of it. It
' burns with a greater flame thrui the former.
.1 The manufactories 'are the largest con
sumers of coal: Next in order is the ordi
nary cooking range.
A Colpred Representative.
There is, atter all, a chance that a colored
Representative may have a seat in the For
tieth Congress. By the rejection of the
.-returns of certain parishes in Louisiana,
Menard, a negro. is declared elected to fill
the unexpired term of Mann, Democrat, and
deckased. Menard will get the certificate,
which will be prinickfacie evidence of his
light to be Mann's successor, and he • must
be admitted to the seat, and Hunt, Demo
crat, who is defeated by the rejection of the
returns, will have a chance to contest Men
erd's seat. But the : original certificate of
Colonel Mann having been'contested by one
Fiimon Jones, Republican, both Menard and
Hunt Will be, ousted if Jones. ie_suecessful.
If not, then, provided thing:lase done in the
'*ual way,, Menard is the sitting member by
'..virtue of the certificate, and -hunt is the
contestant. But things' may not ,be done In
she usual way. To admit Menardinvolves
llie recognition of the legality of the late
election: Hence, there may or may not be
a colored gentleman in. the Fortieth „Con
gress. Altogether, it is a very curiously
4xlmplicdted case, and involves at least half
a l dozen questions, including one of color.
YOUTHFUL hiAnaimms.—An -; English
Commission on liarriar , es -has ascertained
i some curious facts regarding youthful mar
especially in Lancashire, England,
Which are interesting. In ficotlandAii;
riages of this kind are unusually rare, al
though in that happy kingdom minors:are
not required to, obtain the consent of Iheir
guardians before slipping 011 The matrimo
bial noose. The, census returns of 1861
show that in Bolton- 45 husbands and ;17+5
wives were married at the age of 15 and
under. Bromley bad 51 husbands andtl47
wives of the same precocious age. Stock
port, as a local journal wrote, "asserted its`
proud pre-eminence" by contributing to the
census returns 59 husbands and 179 wives
who were-united before their fifteenth birth
day had, passed.
BnAzm is making strenuous efforts to di
vert the• current of emigration from; the
United States, and the Diarie, of Rio, con
tains an urgent appeal for settlers from
other countries. This jouinal claims that
. Brazil has a climate much superior to any
in the northern hemisphere; a soil that :far
surpasses in richness and depth any of the
famous prairie sections, and. capable Of pro-
Iducing all the serials and every kind of veg
etables andlruit produced in every quarter
of the globe. It has rich mines of gold, sil
ver and precious stones an extent of arable
land greater thin that of the United States,
and many mighty rivers intersecting the
country in all directions, and furnishing
natural highways of communicatioi by
which the lemotest region can be reached.
•- a. '
IT Is said that carbolic.aciS has recently
been used successfully m Australia, in cur
ing the. bite of a serpent. A patient had
been bitfen by one of the most venoniona
species, sin hours previously, and had near
ly succumbed• to the poisonous influence,
when the application or the acid internally
produced a reaction, followed by restoration
to health. Werbelieve, however,
Mitchell, of_this city, found - erylittla effect
from the internal use of the acid in the ex
periments instituted by him. —Exchange.
Tliß experimental firing at Fortress Mon
roe has been completed, and the reported
result:is that none of the targets had suffi
cient strength to resist the ponderous balls
that were discharged by the heavy ordinance
Used. The targets were built of granite and
of earth faced with iron.
BEIIILYEIL—According to the Dictionaire
des Contemporains, the family of: this dis
tinguished French advocate came originally
from Germany, and bore the rump of Mit
tleberser, which, after' their removal to
Lorraine, was abridged, and softened into
Berryer. , •
Tux New York Times says: "Mrst. Julia
Ward Howe, of Boston, the poetess, dra
matist, traveler philosopher, story-writer,
and wife Of Dr . ' Howe, the philanthropist,
has delivered a speech in favor of woman
suffrage. It-it - were not an invidious ye
mark, we would say that she is t by far the
most intellectual and accomplished Ameri
can woman who has come out as a public
speaker on this question; rind there is no
doubt that her alliance with the woman suf
frage party will give strength - and brains to
the movement She has, heretofore, been
on the other side of the question, but has
now become convinced that women should
vote, notwithstanding,. as she said, she has
written quite a number of ingenious essays
to prove that they should not. One point
.n her short address ve- must psuCeularly
commend to all female speakers in behalf of
woman suffrage. - la listening to them,. we
have noticed that it 'as one of their mis
takes to po'ar out the vials' of their wrath
- upon the male sex and to denounce cruel
man as the cruel cause of all their cruel
woes. But Mrs. Howe is too well informed
to make such a damaging blunder, and she
took occasion thus to-- protest against it :
'One of the features that have offended me
in the earlier advocacy of the extended po
litical efficiency of woman, presented itself
in the unkind suggestions made and enter
tained concerning the opposite sex. Ido
not want to hear abuse of my father, grand- .
father, uncles, and male relatives in general.
I do not even wish to hear my husband
hinted at as a Satan behind the scenes. If
we look around in this assembly, we shall
be convinced that the friends of man are the
friends of women."
Divaucuvry is often experienced in-turn
ing certain metallic alloys (as of zinc, cop
per and,tin) in a lathe, owing to their ex
treme hardness and the 'readiness with
which the cuffing tools become blunted.
It has; however, been ascertained that if
the point of thelool, while in use, be kept
constantly moistened with petrolenm, the
workwill proceed as reddily as with red
hot,Motal. Steel tempered to light yellow
has been turned with the greatest facility by
using a mixture of two parte of petroleum
and one of oil of turpentine.
A METHOD employed in Germany to keep
rosebuds fresh into the winter, consists in
first covering the end of the recently cut
stem with wax, and then placing each one
in a closed paper cap or cone, so that the
leaves do l lot touch the paper. The cap is
then coated with glue, to exclude air, dust
and moisture, andwhen dry, is stood up in
a drawer in a cool place. When wanted
for rise, the rose is taken out of the cap and
placed in water, after, cutting off the end,
when the rose will bloom ina few hours.
—Certain New Yark merchants are try
ing their best to have Secretary M'Culloch
nullify the new revenue regulations rela
tive to the execution of bonds to secure the
payment of duties. One threatens to be
one of one hundred to use influence and
money to secure Mr. M'Cullouch's removal,
unless the"regulations are repealed within
—One of the greatest feats' of modern
times was accomplished at Philadelphia on
Wednesday.- The New Ironsides, burned a
year ago and sunk in sixty feet of water,
off League Island, was successfully raised
by the use of pontoon boats. Her boilers
were taken out uninjured, and she will
probably be rebuilt.
frgrMANHOOD AND THE VIGOR
OF YOUTH restored in four weeks. Soc.
t e l s lff ir ier j ito ' ree e tanlr E. powers, i flo p m •B wlstever 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
require no restraint from husiness orilleasure.)
Failure is impossible. Sold. in bottles at 1113 or four
quantities In one for $9. Toth° had only of sole
appointed agent in America,g H. GERITZEN, 205
Second Avenue. New York. -I le18:164.0m
arPHILOSOPHY 'OF MAR
RIAGE, a new Coarse of Lectures, as de
livered at the New York Museum of Anatomy, 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 diseases accounted for; Marriage phil
osophically considered, &c. Pocket volumes con
taining these lectures will be forwarded to parties
unable to attend, on receipt of four stamps, by ad
dressing SECHETARY, New York Museum cf Anat
omy and Science, 018 Broadway, New York'.
OrEATCHELOWS HAIR DYE.
This splendid Hair Dye is the beet In the world;
the only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
instantaneous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
tints; remedies the 11l effects of bad dyes; Invlgo
ratts and leaves the Hair- soft and beautiful. black
or brown. Bold by all Druggists and Perfumers; and
properly agrZdstßlor , s Wig Pat t on No.
AUCTION , SALES.
BY H. B. SMITHSON & 00.
BOOTS, SHOES AND CARPETS
FOE THE MILLION.
55 AND 57 FIFTH AVENUE.
Messrs. H. B. SMITHSON & CO.. proprietors of
the well known Mammoth Auction House are crea
ting an excitement consequent upon the arrival of
new goods which are being so'd at remarkable low
prices. Goods of every variety; the finest sewed
b - ots, the most rashionable baimoral gaiters and
anklet shoes. slippers, etc.. blankets, flannels.
cloths. cassimeres. cut l ery and carpets. Call and
examine. No trouble to show - -goods. -Ladies%
misses',and children's rues at almost your own
prices.. All goods warranted as represented note
FOAMIER & PHILLIPS,
mind Gsnamiesion Merchants,
OPERA HOUSE AUCTION BOOMS,
No. 60 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
BOOTS, SHOES, CARPETS,
Dry Goods . and Notions,
AT. PRIVATE SALE DAY AND EVENING.
Consignments Bolletted. Prompt Be.
OF AMM3IIINKY, PA.
Office in Franklin Sayings Bank Buildings,
N 0.43 Ohio St., Allegheny.
A SOME COMPANY, managed by Directors well
known, the community, who treat by fair dealing
tn meri..t, a share or your patronage.
HENRY IRNITIN President
CilEo. D. RIDDLE Secretary
1 _ DIRECTORS:
Henry Irwin„. !Di L. Patterson, Henry Gering,
Oeo. H. Biddle, !Jacob Frans, Gottlelb Fess,
SlenonDruin; J. B. Smith , . Jacob Rush,
W. M. Stewart, h. P. Wellston, Joseph Craig,
Jos Lintner, .J. ;Inkand, Jeremiah Holion
ENTERPRISE INSURANCE CO.,
OF ,PITTORIIRGII, PA,
Offtoo, No. 424 PENN ST.,
. ' 411 NATIONAL. MUST CO. BlMainfdl.)
Robs: Dldkeeti, bt. Liddell, W. J. Friday,
0. biedle , '. Van Buren . Kireeb
E. R. Myers J. 0 aprwieeki; brie. Siebert,
L. Shutebard, J. Weimer, .13eldldeelter
14. IL MYERS. Presl4ent.
ROBT. DICKSON. Vie° President.
BOUT. J. GRIEII. Treasurer.
eillatßlP J. J. ALBIETZ, dearetary.
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE FRIDAY. DE•.", E
LIFE INHERE CONINT,
TATES ,OF AIIIEBIC4 1
W A SHINGTQN. D. C.
Sew A p proved cial Act. of Congress,
July AS, 18613.
P tah Ca p ita - - $1,000,000.
Branoli• Moe PHILADELPHIA,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BIIILDINIGI
Where.heg=buslisess of the Companyis trani.
acted. and o which all general correspondence
sh uld be ad d.
Jei Cooke. Philada. 1 E. A. Rollins. Wash , n.
C,. Clark, Philada. Henry D. Cooke, Wash.
P. Ratchford Starr, Phila. Wm. E. Chandler,Wash.
W. O. Moorhead. Phila. John D. Derrees. Wash.
Geo. r. Tyler. Phila. . 6 . Edward Dodge, N. York.
J. Hinckley Clark, Phlla. H. C. Pannestock, N. Y.
C. H. CLARK, Philadelphia. President.
HENRY D. COOKE, Washington,' Vice President.
JAY COOKE, Chairman Finance and Executive
EMERSON W. PEET, Phila.', Seely mid Actuary.
E. 8. TURNER,Washington. Ase't Secretary.
FRANCIS G. 'SMITH, M.D., Medical Director,
J.EWING. I.l.E.Alis, M.D., Aas'Lliiedical Director.
• AD • 5.10 ' - : I
J. X. BARNES. Surgeon General U. S. A., Wash'n
P. J. HORWITZ, ch i ef Medical Department U. S
D. VI% BLISS, DI. p., Washington.
soucTrous AND ATTORNEYS.
WM. E. CHANDLER, Washington, D. C.
sIEORGE HARDING. _Philadelphia, Pa.
This Company, "National In Its character, offers by
reason of the Larg- Capital, Low Rates of Premium
and New Tables, the most desirable -means .of in
suring life yet presented to the public. _
The rates of premium being largely reduced, are
made as hivorable to the insurers as those of the
best Mutual Companies, and avoid all the complica
tions and uncertainties of Notes, Dividends aid the
misunderstandings which the latter are eio apt to
cause the Policy-Holders. -
Several new and attractive fables aro now pre
sented which need only to be understood to prove m
endable to the public, such as INCoME-PRODUC
ING POLICY and RETURN PREMIUM POLICY.
In the former, the policy-holder not only secures a
life insurance, paya - ble at death, but will receive, if
living, after a period of a few years, an annual in
corm equal in ten per cent. (10 per cent .) of the par
qf his policy. assured the
the Coany agrees Co re
turn to - the assured the total amount op money he has
paid in, in addition to the amount of his policy.
The sttention of persons contemplating insuring
their lives or increasing the amount of Insurance
they already have, is called to the special advant
ages offered by the National Life Insurance Com
Circulars, Pamphlets and fall particulars given on
application to the Branch Office of the Company).n
Philadelphia, or Its General Agents.
itirLOCAL AGENTS ARE WANTED in every
City and Town; and applications from competent
parties fo addressed cies with suitable endorsement,
should beTs/ THE COMPANY'S GE N
HEAL AGENTS ONLY, In their reSpectlve dis
E. W. CLeRK & CO., Philadelphia,
For Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey.
JAY COOKE & CO.. Washington. D. C.
For Maryland, Delaware; Virginia, District of
Columbia and West Virginia.
IRA B. MOAT & CO.,
Agents for Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Merchr and
For further particulars address B. B. RUSSELL,
Manager for General Agent, Harrisburg, Ps.
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
ESTABLISHED 1803: CASH CAPITAL PAID
UP AND INVESTED FUNDS EXCEED
ING 88,000,00114 N GOLD.
Instirance against Fire effected on Houses and
Buildings, Goods, Wares and Merchandise, Steam.
boats, ac. PoHetes issued payable in gold or cur.
rency._ Sir United States Branch Office, 40 PINE
STREET ? New York.
All losses of the United States Branch will be ad
justed in New York. -
J. Y. DficiaA.IIGISIETAW, Agent,
Office,,67 FOURTH STREET.
MIL McLAUGHLIN .s also Agent for the Manhat•
tan Life Insurance Company. seteril
INSURANCE COMPANY OF PITTTSBURGH.
OFFICE, No. 16734 WOOD STREET, BARB 01
This is a Home Company, and insures against lost
by Fire exclusively.
LEONARD WALTER., President.
. C. C. BOYLE, Vice President.
RuBERT PATRICE, Treasurer.
HUGH MOELHENY. Secretary.
Leonard Walter, George Wilson,
C. C. Boyle, Geo. - W. Evans,
Robe Patrick, J. C. L ippe,
Jacob Painter, J. C. Flatter,
Josiah Ring, John Voegtley,
Jas. H. Hopkins, A. Ammon.
Henry Sproul, 4:
NATIONAL INSCIIANCE CO.,
• , OP TEE OITY Or ALLEGES T.
Office, No. 90 PEDBRAL STREET, entrance on
17:11111 INSURANCE ONLY.
W. W. MARTIN, President
JAB. BASPEVNNSON. Secretary.
DISIZOTORS: • + •
A. H. Nneßah .H.P.Wllliainsr.lno. Thompeon
Jno. A. "drier, ' i_lar Locknart. roe. Myers,
Ja. L. Graham, nobt, Lee, C. C. Boyle,
Jac); Brown, Jr. Geo. Gent, Jacob Kopp. .
AGAINST LOSS BY FIRS
I FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO. OF PHILADELPHIA.
OFYICE, 435 & 437 CHESTNUT ST., Haut Sin
Charles N. Rancher, HOrdecal H. Louis
Tobias Wagner, David S. Brown,
Samuel Grant, Isaac Lea, •
Jacob R. Smith, Edward C. Dale,
Feorgo W. Richards, George Fides.
CIHARLES G. BAN ERR, President.
EDW. C. DALE, Vice President.
W. C. STEELE, Secreto
J. GARDNER CO F FINGENT.
North West corner Third and Wood Streets.
A LLEGMENT INSURANCE COM.
PANY OF PITTSBURGH.
OFFICE, No. 37 EDITH STREET, BANE BLOCS
/Meares against all kinds of Fire and Marine Risks
JOHN IRWIN, Jn., kresident.
JOHN D. MeCORD, Vice President.
O. G. DONNELL, Secretary. '
CAPT. WM. DEAN. General Agent.
Orpt. Wm. Dean,
Robert H. Davis,
fleet. J. T. Stockdale.
John Irwin, Jr.,
John D. McCor d,
C. (t. Hussey,
T. J. Husk!noon,
"WESTERN INSURANCE COBI•
PANY OF PITTSBURGH.
EXANDRit NIMICK. President.
WM. I'. HERBERT. Secretary.
- CAPT. GEORGE NEELD, kieneral Agent.
Mice. LOS, Water streep i, Spew & Co.'s Ware
house, up stairs, rittsbur , -
Will lazure against all Inds of Fire and Marine
Risks. A home Institution, managed by IHreetors
who are well known to the community, and who are
determined by promptness and liberality, to main.
into the character which they have assumed, as of.
tering the best protection to those who desire to be
Alexander Nimick, Jonn E. McCune,
E. Miller, Jr., Chas. J. Clarke,
James McAuley, William S. Evans,
Alexander Speer, Joseph Kirkpatrick,
Andrew Ackleti, - Phllll Romer,
David M. Long, Wm. Morrison,
D. Ihmeen . • - noTi
VOYIPLESP INNUILANCE CODI-
P Y. •
OFFICE, N. E. 0011SPX WOOD d FIFTH EM.
Rome Company. trkinglie and Muiske RUM.
Wm. Phillips, .Capt. John L. Hho - ads,
John Watt, • Samuel Y. iihrlver,
John E. Parke Charles Arbuckle,
Capt. James Miller, &Red M. Brush,
Wm. Van Klrk; Witt R. Lana',
James D. Verner,_ Samuel MeOrlekart
W. PHILLIP% President.
JOHN WATT Vice Presliftnt.
W. F. GARDNEA tled.r •
OAP% JAS. GOADON, Gab eirit,s4censj
Iterative to. Wharfage e r a Barges Car•
Be ft enacted by_fhe Select and Common Councils
of the City of Pittsburgh, and it is hereby
enacted by the authority 'of thee l same, That after
the passage of this Ordinance all Barges engaged
regniarifin carrying Freight shall he charged the
same wharrase per ton as steamboats.
Ordained and enacted Into a law In Councils, this
30th any of November, A. D. liEdlnr.
President of Select Council.
Attest: E. S. Mortunw, • '
: Clerk of Select Council. •
W. A. TOMLINSON,
Attest: H. MoldaPresident of Common Council.
Clerk of Common Council.
A N ORDINANCE
For Ake Construction of a Boardwalk
on Fifth Avenue from the Soho Toll
House to Murphy Street. '
SEC. 1. Be t ordai ed and enacted by the City of
Pittsburgh. i Sate and Common Councils aeeem
bled. and it 10 here ordatnes;and enacted by the
authority of)the ea e. That th e e . City Engineer be
and he is heret.y au her e
to I advertise proposals
for a Boardwalk on the south side of Fifth avenues.
from the Soho Toil Mouse to Mdrphy street, and to
let the same in accordance with Acts of Assembly
and City Ordinances providing therefor.
Sze. 3. That any brdlnance orpart of ordinance
conflicting with the passage of this ordinance at the
present tUme, be And trig stunk is. berebrrepealed so
far as the'same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Councils, this
30th day orNeve ber, A. IS. 1805.
1 JAMES McAULEY,
President of Select Council.
At4ost: E. s. iltt BROW, ,
. - Cler of Select Council
W. Al TOMLINSON.
_ _.• President of Common Connell.
Attest: IL MalissTEM, I •,
Ctere of common Connell. de2
A N ORDINANCE
...,c3,.. . ,
For the Zreetdon of an "Iron.CJad"
Slierlow 1. - Be U ordained and enacted by the Ytty
of Pittsburgh, in Select and Common Mundt* aer
sembled, and it is hereby ordained and enacted by
the authority of the same. That John Stoney be and
ze le hereby authorized and pm milted to erect an
. "Iron Clad" Building on his property on Twentieth
street, Twelfth ward. I
Ste. 2, 'That any ordinance or part - of ordinance
conflicting with the passage of; this ordinance at she
present time, be and tbe same is hereb3 repealed so
far as the same affects this ordinance. .
Ordained and enacted into a law in Conn Ells, this
30th day of November, A. D. 1868.
- JAMES MeAULEY.
President of Select Council.
Attest: E. S. Monnow,
Clerk of Select Council. _
W. A. TOMLINSON,
President of Comnon Coin:tell.
Attest: H. MclilesvEn,
Clerk of Common Council. • de2
Changing the Grade on Twenty Ninth
Street, from reito to Liberty.
Sactilorr Be it ordained ,and enacted by the
My of PttteburA e in Select and Common
Councils aasevib miff ir ir hereby ordained
and enacted by authority of the same,
That the grade of Twenty-Ninth street, be so
champ. d as to have an elevation of thirteen 13-100
feet 113.13) !amend of fourteen 77-100 (14.77) at
the intersection of Spring alley.
Sac. 2. That so much of any, ordinance as may
conflict with or be supplied by the foregoing. be and
the same is hereby repealed.
Ordained and enacted into a law In Councils, this
30th day of lioveinber,'A. D.IISGS. •
JAMES McAll - LEP,
. President of Selects Connell.
Afloat: E. S. MOsaow, I
Elierk of Select Council.
W. A. TObfLINSOI,
President of Cowman Connell.
Attest: B. MCMAIITER ' -
ClerlL 01 Common Connall. de2
AN ORDINANCE -
For the Erection of an "Iron Clad"
flsortesw 1. Be tt ordained and enacted by ale Cay
of Pitt:bury/4 in detect and Common Coun,
Ci assemble d , and it Le hereby or
dained and enac'ed by the authority of the
same, That Henry Rath be and h- is hereby author
ized and permitted to elect an —lron Clad" Build
leg on Liberty street, between the buildings of
Messrs. Bees & - Jococoa and Lewis, Warwlek ec Co.
Sac. I. That any ordinance or 'part of ordinance
conflicting with .the passage of this ordinance at the
present time, be and the same is hereby repealed so
far as the same affects this 'ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law In Councils, this
30th day of November, A. 1,. 1868. •
President of Select Council.
,Attest: Z. S. IsiOnnow. •
Clerk of Select Council.
W. A. TOMLINSON, •
President of Common Connell.
Attest: H. Alchfaffentn,
Clerk of Common Council. de3
To Provide for the Assumption of the
City of Pittsburgh of the, Debts and
- Lt abilities of the Several Corporations
of which it is Composed.
Whereas. David N. White, Alexander Gordon
and Jonn Walker,Jr.,_Comr lash:teem, duly ap•
pointed by the District Court of Allegheny county.
at NO. 105 of April Term, 1868. in pursuance of
the 33d section of the het of Assembly of tne btate
of Pennsylvania, entitled "a further supplement to,
the acts Incorporating ;the city of Pittsburgh, ex
tending its boundaries tic, approved the 6th day
of Apr ! , A. D. 1867 .4 have , ascertained the liabil
ities. appraised the properly, determined the sep
arate indebtedness, and axed the rate of special tax
to be levied - I n each of said districts. as appeared by
the report of said Commissiners tiled in said Dis
trict Court, at the number and term aforesaid,
which said report and the special tax thereby filed
were confirmed by said CoUrt. And. whereas, by
the 35th section of said act, it is made the duty of
Councils to pass an ordinance for carrying said re
port and he decree of Coe ll i nto effect -theretore,
SzerioN 1. Be it ordain and enacted by the
City • of- Pittsburgh, in Select and Common
Councils assembled, and it or
dained and enacted by the authority or the
same, That the City el Pitttburgh shall, and does
hereby assume and become flab e for all the munici
pal debts and liabilities of each of the former cot po
rations or townships comprised within its limits:
and herebY , mccept the title to and assume control
of all property and rights of property, of every kind
and description. excepting &Moot Houses and lots
which were vested In any of said corporations.
Sao. 2. 2 hat - the Councils shall hereafter, at the
time of making their annual appropriations. make a
special assessment for the payment of the separate
indebtedness of each of said corporations. upon the
distilets contained therein respectively, in accord
ance with the act of Asseniblt, the report of Com
missioners and decree of Cot rt aforesaid.
CrEC. 5. That In order to comply with the provi
sions of the 16th section of an act oiAssembly Of the
State of Pennsylania, entitled an act supplemen
t:ay to an act- incorporating the city of. Pitts
burgh," approved the Ist day of April, A. D. 1868,
Whenever the City of Pitteburehshai be required to
pay any amount of tee debt of any of the corpora
tions-within her lonits. greater than the amount of
the assessed valuatlou of-property, and the amount
received from special tax irony - slid district, It she I
be the duty of councils to provide fora tenxporary
loan for that purpose. so that no nart or the separate
indebtedness of any district shall be payable out of
revenue derived arum other districts.
/W. 1. That any. ordinance or part of ordinance
et:inflicting with the passage of this ordinance at the
present time, be and the same is hereby repealed so
far as the same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in Council's, title
30th day of November, A. D. MIS.-
JAMES WADLEY, —/
President of Select Council.
Attest: H. S. Ifonnow,
Clerk of Select Connell. • •
W. A. TONILINSON,
President of Common Council.
Attest: H. MOW ram,
Clera of Common - Council. ./ des
Authorising ' (Messrs. William Me
lillo a; Eo.,' to Conatruct a hiding on
Thirty-Eighth Street. /
SECTION 1. Be a ordained and enacted by the Oily
of Pittsburgh, in Select and ,Common Councite as
sembled, and it is hereby ordained surd enacted
by authority or the/same; That Messrs. William Mc-
Kim & Co. be and they are hereby authorised to
construer a -Ming across Thirty- /tight h street, from
the Allegheny Valley R.,11., in such place se may be
deelgnated by the City Engineer. eb as not to Inter
fere with the established grade of the street.
BBC. L That Nielsen. Wm. McKim & Co. In using
said Siding, shall nut leave cars standi ng rose to
obstruct travel on any erec tor alley crossing the
line orthe Biding, or in any way with the drains or
water courses of any street or any individual drains
SEC. 3. That The - 31ayor In conjunction with the
Street Cummltti , e, are hereby authorized to grant
unto the said Wm. McKim & Co.. a license for the
seine. upon the payment unto the Mayor the usual
fee fur said license.
8xt..1. Nothing , herein contained shall be con.;
strued so as to prevent the city from revoking the
privilege grant, (.1 by this o, (finance, at any time,
upon sixt)• days , nottee being gives.
Sne.L;that any , ordinance or part of ordinance
contlicting with the passage of this ordinance at the
present time, be and the same Is hereby repealed so
far no the came affects this ordinance,. .
Ordained and enacted Into a law in Councils, this
30th day of .November, A. D. 1805.
JA dES McAULEY.
President of Select Council.
Attest: E. S. Nonnow, •
Clerk of Select Council. •
W. A. TOMLINSON.
President 'of Common 'Councils.
Attest: IL MVMAtprgat,
Clerk of Common Connell. de3
HAIR AND PERFUMERY.
TORN PECIL_, Ornamental Halt
HAIR WORKER AND PERFUMER. No. 133
rd street. near Sualthileld, Pittsburgh.
Always on band ] ,a
_general assortment of Ladies ,
WIGS, BANDS, CURLS' Gantlemen , s WIGS, TO
PEES. SCALPS, (MARI/ ORAINS,BRA(JELEFs,
ato. gs- A good Price in cash wui be given for
Ladies , and Gentionten's Half Cutting donet
the neatest manner. mtanta
ER 4. 1833;
FOR SALE--1 inAL ESTATE.
F°R SALE. •
_ A.YARM OF 30 ACMES, on th e wits o f o e
onennellsville Railroad, 27 miles from the city. in
Elisabeth townahlp, Allegheny granary, Pa. The
imoroveareats are a fine two-story brick house, with
ten large rooms and hail. A large frame bask barn,
with ho. 1 stabling. and all other outbuildings fa
e.ni pieta order. One of the best of orchards, of all
kinds of fruit. The soli is rich new bottom.- This
property adjoins the village of Suns Vista. and
has the advantage of . churches, -schools, milts,
stores, .Sc.. and will be sold at the low price of
415,000. The improvements alone are worth at
least all that is asked for the property, to say meth
ing about the land, which is worth for garden pur
poses at least $lOOOO. For full particulars call at
my omce, or WILLIAM A. ,)ELL, Esq., on the
ALso, A FARM OF 49 ACERB, inflated in Elis
abeth township, Allegheny county. Pa.. on the line
of the - Connelisvil:e Railroad, abaot IS miles from
the city. The improvements are a new atone dwell
ing, with eight rooms; a good barn and other out
buildings. eigh t
property is offered at a very low
price. Call and secure yourself a good bargain.
ALso, A FARM "OF .120 ACRES, situated In
Elizabeth township, Allegheny county, Pa., 1731
miles from the city, on the Coauellsville Railroad,
opposite Eirod's Station. within 20 minutes' walk
of the Station. The improvements are a frame
house containing four rooms and kitchen, with a
good cellar underucath• very good barn and other. I
outbuildings. A No. orchard. containing about
200 fruit bearing trees, all in good condition. 90
sores cleared lead, the residue in good timber, tui
derlald with 23 acres of coal.
ALSO, A TWO-STORY BRICE HOUSE adjoin
ingthe. Borough of Elizabeth, Allegheny county,
Pa., containing 4 roams and Kitchen. Lot 60 feet
front byl26 back to an alley. A good Stable, with
house, bake-oven and other outbuildings. lam au-.
thorned to sell it at the low price of $l,BOO, on
ALSo_,_ln the Borough of Elizabeth, a good.two
story BRICK ROUSE, containing 4 room!. Lot
129 feet square. Wlll.belsold at the exceedingly
low price of 82.500, on easy terms.
ALSO, My Farm, known by the name of "Willow
Banks," situated on the Ccranellseille Railroad. 17
miles from the elty',_ containing 79 ACRES, alit n
good condition. The -improvements are a 'No t
brick house, two stories high, newly painted, con
taining six zooms„ two halls runrung Inn length of
the house. The house is situated on a beautiful
knoll, is surrounded by fruit trees. shrubbery, vines
and flowers, with a graded avenue running to the
Tough. River. Also, a large frame bank barn,
smoke house, wash house, coal holm, bake-oven
and other ontimildings, and a never-fallng well o
water. Two large orchards, containing from six to
seven hundred fruit trees, nearly all in good bearing
condition. This Mum abounds in small fruits, via:
Currants raspberries, gooseberries, and a tine large
strawberry patch, which, in connexion with the
richness of the sell and nearness to the city e makes
it very definable for gardening purposes. Very con
venient to achoole, churches; stores and blacksmith
ALB°. A FA-1131' OF las ACRES, situated la
. Elizabeth township, Allegheny county, Pa., 31
miles from the city of Pittsburgh. on the Cannella
ville Railroad, at Suter station,. The improvements
area common tog house, a good frame barn, with
stabling for ten horses; a corncrib and wagon shed;
good orchard of fruit trees: fencing very good.
120 acres cleared, the residue in heavy timber land.
This farm is valuable—first. for its excellent soil;
secondly, its timber; and thirdly. It contains More
limestone than any other farm in Pennsylvania, all
accessible. The lower vein of limestone Is 40 feet
thick; several other veins ranging from 33t to 6 ft.
in thickness, lie ander the whole farm. For partic
niers enquire of ELI BUTE!, Esq., at dater Sta
tion, oa at my oMee.
ALS°, 173 ACMES,. situated la in. Clan town
-ship, Westmorehuid county, Pa. near the line , of
the Pennsylvania. Railroad, at Houston Station:
The improvements are a two-story frame.nonse
with six rooms arid good cellar, a frame bank barn
40 by 60 feet, and other outbuildings. Then is on
the place a young apple and peach orchard; one hun
dred and twenty acres *leered land, divided Into
adds of convenient else. a large portion of which
are well set in clover anti .tintothki the residue of
said tract covered with good timber. It is well wa
tered, and underlaid with coal and , limestone, and
to convenient to churches, schools, Stores, MIDI and
olacksmith shops. A real good bargain is offered in
this excellent Mrm • '
ALSO, A beautifully situated tract of 60 ACRES
of valuable -laud. under good fencing, situated in
McCendless township, Allegheny county, Pa, on a
township road, 7 measured - miles from the Market
House, Allegheny City. rrhis tract is well adapted
for &garden or dairy farm, being convenient and of
easy access to either city, and near enough to the
line of the Mahoning Railroad to snake It very desi
rable for country seats,for persons doing business
In the cliv.
ALSO, The best farm in Young township, Indiana
county, Pa., 4 miles from Western Penna. R. It. at
Livermore Station, containing 300 ACRES-225
acres cleared and under No. 1 fencing, as well as
flue farming condition; the balance in good white
oak timber. The improvements are 2 too-storyframe houses. 'nearly new of eight rooms each and
finished basements and at tics: a large bank barn 50
by 80 feet, a two-story spring house and other ne
cessary outbuildings, all in good order; 8 acres of
orchard of choice varieties of traits; 4 feet vein of
coal (now open.) underlying the wb ole tract, and
limestone in abundance, with pleat of springs of
never-failing water. Taken all to t h en-houses,
fencing, soil, s
nice lying surfate, public highway,
churches, school" mills. ac. —1 hnow of no more
inviting and desirable tract of land in Western
ALSO, FARM AND MILLS. A small tract of 60
ACRES of verr - vajziable land in Derry.township
Westmoreland county, Pe.; well fenced and in
high state of cultivation. with new frame dwelling;
and other outbuildings; a new grist and saw mill
complete, with two run of burrs, two bolting cloths,
and all the needed fixtures, in good order, and a
young orchard of choice fruits; lane is all underlaid
with a six foot vein of coal, now opened and work
ed, at the back of the mill, and limestone in abund
ance. Call soon and secure a good bargain.
ALSO, FARM OF 160 ACRM, situated Immedi
ately upon the line of the Pennsylvania Rallroad,
at Blairsville Intersection, 54 miles east of the
city. The improvements are atwo-storystone house
of 19 rooms, a No. 1 barn, 45 by 65 feet, the best of
stabling and otheroutbuildings. The land lies well.
Is welifenced. Is In good farming order, and will be
sold very cheap if applied for aeon.
For fartler particulars enquire at
• O. H. TOMER, Beal Estate Agent,
No. 164 FOURTH AVENITE.
cre.l7: - •
rj OR SALE.
4- 1. Acre at Woods Bun.
4 Acres and House In East Liberty.
8 Acres, unimproved, on Troy HUI.
Acres on Greensburg Pike.
5 Acres on Four Mlle Run Road, 13,( _miles from
P. C. R. R. •
70 Acres near P. F. W. & C. R. R. •
118 Acres near Pa. R. R. Westmoreland county.
90 Acres at Hill Side Star:ion, Pa. R.
4 Farms in Preston county, - West
185 Acres in Armstrong county, underlaid with
108 Acres and good improvenunts, In Trumbull
900 Acres of Timber land, with Saw Mill and
House and Lot on Center Avenue, near ,
Houseand Lot on Vicroy street:.
House and Lot In Bast Liberty.
House and Lot in Mansfield. /
House and Lot on Carroll street, Allegheny.
House and Lot on Beaver-Avenue.
2 Houses and 4 Lots, very cheap. on Vine street.
Lots, very cheap, on Vine street.
2 Houses and Lot on Franklin street.
1 House of 9Rooms and Lots on Roberts St.
Farms In Illinois. Missouri and West Virginia.
Coal Lands in Allegheny, Westmoreland, Fayette
and Beaver counties in Penna.
3 Houses of 9 Rooms In the 17th ward; rent $3 OO
3 de. of 3 do. do. 17th do. do. 144
9 do. of 3 do. do. 19th do. do. 136
9 do. of 6 do. do. Bth do. do. 300
1 do. of ,6 do. do. Bth do. do. 300
1 do. - of 9 do. do. 3d do. do. 600
1 do. of 3 do. , do. 6th do. do. 193
1 do. /of 5 do. do. 6th do. do. 940
1 do,/ of 4 do. do. 17th do. do. 168
1' do. of 7 do. do. 2d do.
1_ do. of 6 do. Grant street.
The Houses that I have for rent will be rented
very low to good tenants for the balance of the red
. . APPLY AT
D. P. BATCH'S HEAL ESTATE . :OFFICE
No. 91 Grant St" Pittsburgh.
FOUR !MICR. HOUSES ANDLOT.
ORPHANS! COURT SALE.
Br virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Al
legheny County I will expose at public sale on the
premises, on WYDNESDAY, December 16th.
1868. at 10X o'clock, A.. at., that COURT Ole
FOUR BRICK HOUSE*, simile off WYLIE
STREET. a few doors above Elm street. (entrance.
to Court from Wylie street.) Lot 22 by 12 feet ex
tending back to an alley; the jproperty of the late
Wllllam Montooth, deceased. Terms at day of sale.
. THOMAS B. evrEWART, Guardian.
For particulars enquire of H. C. MACICRIME;
Req, Attorney at Law, 89 Grant street. or PAL
MER & PHILLIPS, Auctioneers, 60 Fifth Avenue.
purNOR .SALE & TO LET.. .Rouses
and Lots for sale in all parts of the city and en
_several FARMS In good locations.
Also, a small WOOLEN FACTORr o with AO acres
of land, and good Improvements, which I will sell
cheap and on reasonable tense. Business Rouses
to let on good streets.' Private Dwelling Howes for
rent In both cities. For further parttcWars inquire
WILLIA.M WARD, _
UM 110 Grant Street. opposite CathedraL
CHEAI I IIO - 11 - IESIIIUTHEIItEIIt.--
We are authorized to offer two thousand acres
of good land In Missouri at the low price of seventy
eightynts "per acre. Will s i x t y
or one hundred and acre t r acts tosult
the purchaser. Title good and all taxes paid up.
This offer to remain open only one week. For full
particulars apply to B, Ma LAIN Os CO., •
multi - corner Fourth abd Smithfield streets.
SHEETINGS AND BATTING.
01.0m8, BELL & .
ANCHOR COTTON .MILLS.
Mann Lilian of HEAVY MEDIUM and LiGEIT
SHICBTINGS AND BATTING.
P1T°113.131711 , 011,
iiNCHOII AND MAGNOLLI
Iar.NEW OPERA HMS&
Benefit of the plpnlir and farorite Tragedian
FRIDAY EVENING. December 4th MG& win
be presented the renowned tragedy from the Ger
man of Brachtrogel, eat tied .
NARCISSE, THE VAGRANT. •
Xenia° Rameau .... Edwin Adainsii
To conclude with the popular farce of
• CROuSINO THE LINE.
Ediein Adams Matinee on Eaturday. '
In preparat ton THE DEAD nEART.
rj - PITTSBORGH THEATER.,,
Lessee H. W. Wrz.mAtos.
"blanaser JOlitt G. NAGri.
Treasurer U. G. liltaNINS.
Benefit of the accoinalished actress
EIRE KATE F1..".11E8
FRIDAY EVENING. Ilecerabe , 341, 1661 L
CHILD OF THE bIIN.
Tied Rope • ' Concblt llosaMa.
To conclude with TIMOUR THE TARTAR.,
Saturday Afternoon, Grand Matinee.
TR IN IIL EIS VAHIETIES
H. W. WILLIAMS Lessee sad Manager.
ligo. R. EDEBON stage Manager.
An aralanc , eof attraction. Flr.t onDearance In
Plitsbargh of Mrs LOITIiA PAYNE WRAY, MN
A.DA WRAY, LATETCELESTE.
The great negro comedians BOWMAN, HARIHB,
LARRY TOOLRY, Be. .
The local drama of the . •
THE NEWSBOYS' SUPPER.
IaritIIIISELL'S MUSEUM AND
The Great Parally Reeertai,
FIFTH AVENUE. betweea Smithfield sad Woos*
streets. oarmite Old Thew&
ST Op= Day sad Zeman& all the year nand.
Admission, 28 petits; Cldhirea.l.s oasts.
arACADEINY OF MUSIC.
FOUR 3114111 TS ONIN.
WEDNESDAY MMHG, DECEMBER 26
Grand Matinee,. Saturday, Dec.
sth, at 2f o'clock,
THE ORIGINAL PEAK FAMILY,
Toeslists, Harpists and Swiss Bell Ringers, assisted
by the celebrated BERGER FAMILY. Tocallsta„
Harpists and Violinists. Also, Mr. Rol, Stalin Bas
eel, the talented facial delineator, The whole form
ing the largest troupe of Bell Ringers in the world.
All is new, brilliant .and attractive, since their last
visit to Pittsburgh.
CARDS OF ADMlSslGN—Parattette and Drees,
Circle, 50 center. Secured Seats. 78 cents. Fami
ly Circle, 35 cents: Gallery, 515 cents. AU sChool
children to matinee. 15 cents.
Secured seats obiained at Miner's Bookstore only.
Doors open at 7, Concert commences at S. -
noMM72 L M. BABRL9, Business Agent.
WIT. BBIDGET'S . .
ELEVENTH WARD, NOW OPEN. 't
Take Wylie street Cars to Green street, Cars
run every' Ifteen minutes. no2S
- " 3g l •
for the beneAt of ST. JOHN'S OHIIRCH is now
glen at the MARKET HOUSE HALL, EIRMING.
IigrPROF.E CARPENTER'S :
FASHIONABLE DOLING ACADEMY.
No. 75 THIRD STREET, ,litioe open for the re
ception of pupils'. Class days and hours—For I.a.
dies, Masters and. Hisses. Wednesday and Saturday.
at 23i o'clock P. it.. For Gentlemen—Tuesday anik
Friday Evenings; at 8 o'clock. Private lessons
given. Circulars can be had at the Made Store*
• and at the Academy. Classes out of the. c.ity4
convenient, attended to. • , -
air Hall to let to Select Parties 5e4:119
PROF. BUB. LEONIIIART.
MATE OF WESTERN UNIVEESITT,j
Offers his serstees to the public as teacher of •
GERMAN. MUSIC AND DRAWING.*
Also, ai 1 HANSI. &TOR and INTERPRETER.
ORce 144 SMITHFIELD STREET, third•story,
nol2 • •
TN THE COURT OF COMMON
- 11 - PLEAS OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY.
Libel in divorce, a wincuto matrinuniti. No. 649,,'
June Term,- 1868. GEORGE WEISENBERGEH
or. ANNA. WEIBENI3ERGER. ,
And new to wit, October 15th, 1868, the jubilees a
and oifat arubparns, in the above entitled case hay.
ug been returned non est ino altos,. the stair*
named respondent is hereby notified and required
to appear in. Court on the FIRST MONDAY OF DE
CEMBER, D. 1868, to answer the oomplalnt 1311
- SAMUEL B. CLULEY, Sherilt.
ocas:zis-7 ; . •
ALLEGHENY COUNTY 89.—ta
the Orphans Court. In the matter of the Es , .
tate of JOSEPH CRAWFORD, decea'ed, No. 5511
tieptember 11868. Account tiled showing bal
ance in hands of accountan , s of $62,906.15. And
now to wit. October 17th. 1868, on motion of A. 31.
Brown. Attorney for •hfrs. Lizzie Crawford.
widow of decedent,' the Court appoint W. S. P UR
VIANCE. Esq., Auditor to.malte distribution of the
balance of fund in the hands of the sccoudtaists to
and among the parties legally entitled to the same.
prom . tbe Record
AU persons interested and all claimants to' the
above fund will take notice that I will attend to the
duties of the above appointment at the cttice of S. A.
£ W. S PURVLANCA, 114 Fifth street. Pitts
burgh, Pa., commencing on TUESDAY,, December
Mt. 1213E4 at 2 o'clock P. w.
W. 8. PIJRVIANCE, Auditor..
n0648-2041:alo - •
OTICE--, Whereas letters of ad-.
ministration on the estate of Dr. IRA R.
PER, late of rattull township, county of Alle
gheny. deceased; have been granted to the subscri
ber. All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment, and those
having claims or demands against the estate of the
said decedent will make known the same without
delay, to .. , BARBARA. PIPER. Adm's,
no6;a6rlt Penn Township, Allegheny county,
NOTICE LiS HEREBY • GIVEN
that lettern have been granted to the under
signed to administer upon tbe.estate of WILIAASIL
ACITH. All persons having claims against said es.
tete will present them for paymtnt, and those in
debtt d vial make payment to tae undersigned."
BART OLOMEW- AU'r li. -
Moreland, rr, Attorneys for Admiuls.
triton, ' ; nol3ns9s.
U. S. MAIISFIAL'S OFFiCE,
D. of Pennsylvania. ,
Prrrantru6N,- Detitinber Ist. 1868.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE that
on the lsf day 'of June,' A.. 1). 1868, a War
rattffn Bankruptcy was Issued against the
ESTATE OF ISAAC IL COURSE% .
Of Pittsburgh. in the county of Allegheny. and
State of Pennsylvania, who has been atijudged a.
bankrupton hisown petitiortt.thst the payment of
any debts and delivery of any property belouglii,l to,
such bankrupt to him or fOr his use, and the trlos
ter of any. property by him are forbidden by la'. „-
that a meeting of the e•editors of the said bank
assigneesrove their debts and to choose one or more
.of his estate. will be held at a Conn of'
Bankruptcv to be holden at the office of the Regis
ter, No. 92' Diamond street In the City of Pitts
burgh. Penna.. before . SAIKUNI. Ese A ti
Reatster.on the 21st day of December, A.. B. 7. 860,
at" 10 o'clock A. Si..
4 - ' THOMAS A. ROWLEY.
de2:aBl. 13. S. Marshal, as Messenger.
tr .IcN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES, for the Western Lis
ct of Pennsylvania.
WILLIAM L. lIAZLETT a bankrupt under the
Act of Congress of !iamb Ma, 1667. having aP"
pHs.' for a discharge from Ali his debts. and other
C 11111315 provable under said act, by order of the
Court nollee Is ber.-by gay. n to all• persons who
have proved their debts, and other persons Interest
ed, to appear on the Ith day of D. CeMbtX. 1668 at
VI o'clock P. U. before JOHN N. PURVIeNLE4
Esq.. Register, at his °Mee No; 116 Aden! street,
Allegheny City, Pa., to show cause, if any they
have. wt dischaige should not be granted to the
said bankrupt. And further notlee Is hereby given,
that the Second and Third Meetings of creditor; of
the said bankrupt. required the Seth and Math
sections of said Act, will be held before use 810
Register, a; the same time and'place •
noll;a8.1" • R. C. MeCANDLEBb,
A. 111L.VMS, Clerk