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ACADEMY OF MIMIC.
"ACROSS THE ATFANTIC,'Y
• . IRELAND AND THE
ENOi.AND AND THE ENGLISH,
Is the subject of a lecture to be' delivered by Mr.
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ggrTIIE ANNUAL , ELECTION
for DIRECTODB of this Bank - will take
plaea - at the BANKING. HOUSE, corder of First
and -Wood streets, on TUE , DAT, January 12th,
1,4869. between theßonni of 11 A. It, and A P. M.
del4:b3B JOHN SCOTT. JR.. Cashier.
Otricsor-Cirr ENGINE= AND SVILVETOR,
• . P1TT.13171t611, December 14, 1888.
htOTICE. = The Assessment
, • f r the Nicolson. Peceteent oa Sixth
street, from Liberty street to the ftspenslon bridge
is now ready,for exanduation.'.and can be Bern at
this office until THURSDAY, December 24-1888,
when it will be returned to the City Treasurer's
office for collection. H. J. MOORE,
dele:b4o City Engineer.
; TEX IRON CIrT IPATIONAL BAIXEC OP t
• PITTESUPGII Dec. 19th - 1130 t. 5
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Mien the bents of 10 A. M. and Sr. 31.
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EVEN INO,Deceraber 15tn, at 7. 1 1,6'510ek, will be
sold on second- door of commercial Sales Rooms,
106 einithfield street:
15. shares Second Nations' Bank.: - .
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- " Allegheny Inearance Co. - • -
. •• Citliens Insurance Co.
100 , " M. and M. Insurance Ca.
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SKATES, SKATES, SKATES.
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e t. • T s pnl i g':; '
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Great Britsin, wig give recitals from memory of
Tennyson. Poe Hood. Aytoun, lugoldsby, Jerrold,
Thackeray, Wilkie C lllnt Shakspeare, Charles
Dickens. William Allen Rutter. &c.. at ACAD
EMY OP MUSIC. THURSDAY and FRIDAY
EVENINGS, December 17 h and 18th. Tickets;
50 cents: Reserved s alt 25cent extra.
Reserved Seats can be secured at the' Academy of
Music. Thursday morning. Ilecember 17th. 'Doors
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cisely at 10 o'clock.
To give all an opportunity of securing eligible
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person. . -'deli
Z C ELLEREI &
ORPHANS , COLT
Public notice is hereby
in pursuance of an order' o
Allegheny County, dated I
and to me directed, T - will -
outcry, at the conlr
Saturday, r the 16th
At 10 o'clock A. M.fof said'
scribed Real Estate. belong!,
tin et al., minor children of
Allegheny County, deceaset
Al( that certain lot or p
Richland torn:1701ln, County
of Penusy.vania, bounded
heirs or Lewis Ross. James
Martin., and. containing tie,
and seventy (70)peiches,
TERMS OF WALE-C
lug: "One Hundred" MI
day of sale, and th'e balance
on the confirmation of the •
deed, the purchaser to pay for the deed end-stamps
Guardian of Martha Jane Marlin, et al.
GEo. R. COCHRAN. ALt'y for Guattllati.
December 24, A.D.186 1 3. 0011:11X1:T
z AND ENAMELED z
51. 151. 51.
GRAND CLEARING SALE OF
.IS l 'Or detsia,
UNTIL WE TAKE STOCK.
dei , l
ROOFING, HARDWARE AND MANILLAS,
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82 THEW AVENUE.
• DASH PAID FON ROM NA.OB AND OLD
mrsBCRCIII . GAZETTE-: MON DA DECEMBER 14, 1 Bei
Latbor.of "Strathmore;" "Under Two Pings,"
"malls, , —Granville de Vigne,"
Wltir Portrait of the Anther from an Engraving on
Steel. 1 •01. 13 mo. of nearly 700 pagee. Cloth.
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The works of "Onida" are among the most. pow
erful and spicy works of action which the present
.century, ea proldlic is light literature, hos produced.
ITheetyte is elegant, forcible. sparkling; the near
'amen are poweifelly drawn and many of the
sce es ire passionate and thrilling. and the know!.
edg of •the world 'dismayed In the book Is very
gre t. The author seems at home in all spheses—
alik in the drawing-room, the battle-field, thecol
lege and the 'elan. •,Trlcotrhi" is.onc of the best
nay is that we have - reer reed.
For sale by all beolteellers, oriel/4 be sent by mail,
postage free, on receipt-of price. Fabllsked by - I
Nos-115 and 717.11arket street.. Pluladelptda
de 4:b37 aaw '
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BRILLIANT AND ORIGINAL AMERICA:S
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Written expressly for this 31Xsa# : nlititled
WITH A FULL-PAGE' ILLUSPEATION.
11. POEMS nip. A GOLDEN WFIDD'INeer.,
I. Flnt,Tlintti.TistG. By R. TE
A. SECOND GREETING., By (lea. If. Baker.
3. SoNG. By Bayard Tayl.r..-
111 CEIRISTMAS PANTOMIMES
' IV. THE BLUE CABINET: A. Christmas Story.
By Lucy Hamilton If
V. THE OLD YEAR AND TILE NEW.
VI. THE SECRET AGENT (of Napoleon III.)
VII. JUSTICE WOE BLUE-BBARD.
VIII. CROSS A sr, CROWN: A Poem. By ilgor
IX. PEARL. 4 .F GREAT ra,k64.19 Re'ee c a
X. THE PA-RD:IAN Bir:Gas.
XI. NOR DEADt,RORTIYING. --Vrl:Art-StOPy4e
X.ll. WI Je AIS BE A ttEPUBLIVF'By
XIII. GOLDEN DREAMS: A ChrWltuiettore. r
AIV. outt MONTHLY GOSSIP.
XV. LITEEATUEE. OF THE DAY.
T e Third Volume and Second „Year-. of
Cu7T.'S 31AGAZINE of Literature. 'Seletter.,:an.l
Educatmn commences with the Number For - Tatiu-„:.
ary, 1869: an - 1 It is the Intention of the Publishers
that the atagaz.lue shall nut. only maintain the .
~ . .
Which It'has acquired dur.ag the first year of it;
publication. but that it t•hall be 61111 - more valuattle,s
rattractirn Anti entertaining. ..
. VaCIJ number will coal gin a large rrirp.rtteu of
LIGHT 11eA DING, together with aricled of a sore
ttfoughtiul ula”. .7
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tertaining Seriat Novel.
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Day of Jamao.ryi
day, the following de.
g to Martha Jane Mar
1, !Wain 31artln, late of
, to wit:
ece of land situate in_
)f Allegheny and State
by land - owned by the
Crawford and Joseph
knty-seven (27) acres
ore or leS5•
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lof the pan:base money
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NO. 47 ST. CLAIR STREET,
FRENCH BURR MILE STONES
THE BEST WIIICAT CLEANERS I' DBE. E
Portable Flour and Feed Mills;
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REMOVAL -ON OR -._IIEFORE
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, i s
W. P. DIABSIIAILIA
from the old' stand No. NI iV001) STREET. to the
newly Mted and elegant store house.
NO i9l LIBLI2TY STREET,
6 few (lOors above; ST. -GL AIR
W ANTED-LON COMMISSION,
ONE HUNDRED TONS 01
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New York. noassAlT
CHOICE SPRING AND FALL,
In store and for sale by
ALEA.NOR do HARPER, .
no3o 329 LIBERTY STREET.
- PRESS ASPARAGUS - VERY
CHOICE! put up In cans hermetically sealed,
and will be found equal to that fresh from the gar
den for sale by • JOHN A. RZINHA.W.
'ne2 comet Liberty and Hand streets
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THE STORY OF A WAIF AND STRAY.
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HEARTH AND HOME.
- DONALD G. MITCIIE-4,
HARRIET BEECHER STOINE.
On the 26th of December will be Issued the lint
member of a serer Rural sad ramify raper with tin.
abysm title. .
It will be pnblheleed weekly on 'sixteen large hand
some pages; prate d- from item type on clear, white
boot paper; abundantly 111ustrated 14 the best.ar
.If WILL BE LABOELE DST ZED TO
It w _loi,ijo to the farmer with. y stairsaolajkpe
rior kno i srlacige; for its conductorli are -web aware
that aver*man knows many tllitara--In kis:LcWit
special caging better thustthey ; bat It spill alio to
aid the faimer in his peculiar (Maculae,. *TA sn
help him wilarif he steeds help., To this end‘.a large
nambei of Scientific men and men 01:practical , expe
?fence: ,will till in its Moll stn's from week to.weck
what they' know about -
- BOALS, TILLAGE, DR AINAGE, /RIIIO.ItTIOS,
7 ....8-YECI je,CE4P9,MAI4Tr*S, STOCE-lIETO.-
• ING POULTRY-RAISING; tk•AE . RIAIif GM: . ---
ENTUY FIRLDS ADD BU ILD • :-. -
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:.. ~. YANTS, SEEDAAND .....
It,..,:!;;:tria4tstilly,-report to hlwall pnblie d is c u s
si.s . iiiitt
.tretoe eiiitabread of matters pertaining to
'his eilArtgOtrid:no•pains will be spared to Incline
the tes tiiiineKs . and. planters all. over the country
to stets- ia its pages the methods by whieh they
reaehedithe best results. What its writers have to
say with smell of the sell and not eft the clictonary,
and their otiject, will
be to protect the farmer from
humbugs,. help_ hlm oni of wrong ...eye inty right
ways, up:l4o make the work produce the most
THE FRUIT GROWER
will finij;;l2sthis Journal. all new fruits of Talcs de
urettana described, andimproved metbods of treat.
obnistablisbed sorts, subject to the observa
tion-54nd criticlsma of professional and aaeompdsh
ed cultivateri. This paper will aot be s party lmthe
wars of the wmologist.:- no outside pre.sare cball
apse It to speak well of smtnferior frail, or badly
of a good (ruts.
wtll And due space' given• !u this Journal follower ,
culture, ieheter in summer or winter. the con
serratory of the rich and the::_ioWir patch of the
day-laborer will both .be consideration
and of such 811sec-stilt:is as experisUced flower-grow
ers-4r inventive amateurs cau.lifP - Ply., This Depart
ment of the Journal will be under , the sapeerlsion of.
a practice. gardener ailitatkoinpl ' isbed botualst.
Enite-parterres of novrers.or to the lay
OA of an estate, will tie. subJecs to special at:elation,
and every. number - Of f ,the Journal will have some one
.or mcreillusfrationa to farther sad to Inform taste
Nti this - di f ictiou.
~- . 11.1tra..1 A re_bate eture
will be rhnTaented by s de-Qv:Desch week, and 1,3 a
I the coarse - 6f the year We shall hope to give tastett)l
examples_ et every style of .Itural Badding, from.a
z ettette iitbor to si village . Church,
• ][••11.11•11.s or Country Boaters
which a: - 'noted lot - their,sttraotiyerti•Saailll he gir r
- en frota to tilltec;.rts ale° of Ceni.iti•ries,'li:irka."Yli
Inge Greens, Lad seek) directions with rs . pect to de
talls—yrhethei,:tf planting or road-malting—as shall
make them worthy of stly l l.
THE' FAMILY CIECLF-
It will siring all that can Interest the honsebold;.
plain l / 4 rnlei for healthy living and domestic manage
ment. Irum the fokng of a napkin and the cooking
of a gout - dinner to the education ofchildzen. It will
.rceorci of all •that relates to new Indus:ries,
progress • In science, domestic comfort and fireside
art. Here new books anafavorlte authors wilt have
due notice• items of domestic and for
elgn news, It will also bring to the Hearth the en
tertainment of adventures by sea and land, the cheer
of goad stories, and the melody of sweet Songs- In
these features it will be strong, •riginal and pure.
MRS. MARY E..,D01.11;,E
will contribute to elery number,•and many of the
bast avriterS of the country will constantly etch
this department.. .
A NEW STORY
BT DIR. 3. T. TROWBRIDGE,
.. I r il r ECI I ICJEAV
writfen expressly for iIEARTiIi AND HOME. will
begltivrith the first number, to be Immediately fol
lowetl'hy an original novel from the powerlul lieu of
DIRS. REBECCI lIIRDINCE DIYIS,
"LIFE IN THE IRON MILLS."
THE BOYS AND OIRLS.
will mit . be forgotten, but will find their own page
always lighted wan such fun In pictures, and such,
fan lit !dories, as sl all make them look shandy every-1
week for the coming of lIEARTII - AND HOME..;
There will be rlddles and puzzles, and games, and:.
many pleasant women and cheerful men, who love
the little people, wilt have much to say for their en•
..tertalument. And all the tun will tie so tempered
with good teaching, that we slag!' hope to make
them wiser and better, while we make them merrier.
TO ALL 'WHO LIVE IN ME COUNTRY
We shall how: to bring entertainment, sot utl
lags, and,valuable saggestioaa.
Fleallv, we are aware that it Is easy and not un
nsual, to iudalge In large promises iu a prospectus :
we rely, however, upon the actual Ment of our pa
per to make good all we - have said: to that end
we shall comidently ask 1 he ni ten. lon of every read
ing person to its ample and beautiful pages,
BEGIN WITH THE BEGINNING.'
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LADIES 14ANDILEECHIEF8, In great variety.
Ladieutollars and Curs,
_Cloth Gloves, ike r
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OFFICE AT FORT rrni @LARS WORKS, W_asba
Ington Street . . • '.. • . fra20498
LUMBER! LUMBER ? LUMBER.
ALEXANDER PATTERSON. -
Dealer in all Hindi of Lnmber.
• ON HAND AND FOR ALE '
• 1.000,000 feet Dry Pine Boards;
150.000,feet 13i and 2 luck Clear Plank;
30,000 feet Dry inch Common Plan _
30,000 feet Dry 1 and 2, luch 'Uak --
28,000 feet Dry 2, 2 and 3 inch Ash,
5.000 feet Dry 2, tAS, Min. Cherry .t 3fapla
30.000 feet Dry 1, 2 and 3 Inch Poplar:
10,000 feet Dry Poplar ScantlinF;
250,000 feet Hemlock Joists and Scanting%
758.000,N0. 1 18-inch Salaries, sawed;
250,000 No. 110-inch Shingled, sawed; -
40,000 No. 1 10-inch Shingles, swayed;
*O,OOO Fire Brick;
100 Tons Fire Clay;
88 PRESLE STREET. former
Manchester, and 157 REBECCA STREET, oppo
site the Gas:Works, Allescheny City. not.:
Pespßun, Practical Cook,
:etfuilY Announces to the public that he will
On 'Saturday and Monday Next,
. Open to the public the
FOR GENTLEMEN ONLY.
It will be hitt earnest endeavor to furnish his pa
trons at all times with the most palatable viands
which the market or the season affords. The
LIQUORS, WINES of various dates ALE, BEER,
etc will be their own recommendation.
Orders fur fine Cooking for Weddings, and other
Feitivals, will, as heretofort,-be promptly and
cheaply attended tootett tiesting patronage.
0c9:y66 H. RUH. "
11 LATE 608 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
Informs his friends and patrons in Pittsburgh that
• he is now connected with
. - 1 li: 1 EDWARD P. KELLY,
: " - Holith-east - corper of CHESTNUT and SEVENTH
11;STIIRETS, the PRINCIPAL MERCHANT TAILOR
_OpiPIIILADELPIIIA, and can now furnish them
with clothes hUPERIOR In every respect to those
"Ite pas heretofore given them, and at BIODERATE
1311ATT.. ... . . . BRATT.
BRATT & CO.;
ORNAMENTAL CARVER S , _
No, 63 Sandusky St.; illlOgheny, Pa.
A large assortment of NEWEL POETS and DAL
. LSTEItS constantly on hand, TURNING, of all
deserlullona done.- ""9:v35
KEYSTONE POTT ERY.'
SlI. KIER &
44.11:1E1ENSWARE, BRISTOL WART. he.
Office and Ware house, 363 LIBERTY tiTBEET.
166•A1i orderi promptly attended CO..
VCONOMIZE YOUR FUEL, by
SHIVE CENTRIFUGAL GOVERNOR,
the only true and easily regulated Governor niede;
A c t
I n adoeerstions and truly reliable. A large
size Governor can be seen at the once of PERGit-
VAL BECKETT,_Mechnical rgigineer and dolled..
tor of Patents, No. 19 Federal atreet, Alleg heny
City, the only agent for thls Governorin the est.
DATE._ DE FOIL GRAIL OF
importation, nut np in &tiny not., just ,
rect I red and for sato at the Family (Scorer'' , atom of
oOHN A. HEM HAW.
del corner Liberty And Hand streets.
it :STREET, ALLEGHENY I
FUR IitTFS; BERTHAS. Sre.
CHILDRENS SNIT BACQWES,
CHILDkiES 'A. -7 7' •
- _ -
Gent's Tiesi - Searts, dm.
SSOIiTiIiNT OF GOODS,
OF THE HOUSE.
suing year w
boors otil a.
TORS of t
Banking House. o'
1869, between the
ALI,EGIIENT NATIONAL 13.,Cig, i
' ----- -" . PI Sairann. Dec. .11.2., 1E64. -- f-- -
THE -. : .-A 11 UAL - ELECTION ,
of Director to serve during the en - suing'
year will be held at the Thinking House on TUES—
DAY. January ilt Lew
,between the boars of
12 A. x. and 111. mi : -
EXCHANGE NATIONAL AN Or
• PITTSBLIAGH, December 12, MB. 4
The Annual Election of DiL•
rectors for this Bank-will take Dare at.
the Bank on TUESDAY, January 12th. 1889, be
tween 'the hours of 12 o'clock, x. and .3- o'clock
P. X_ IL 31. 311:1BRAT,
drI2.bM:D.W. - cashier.
rgr PENN SYLVA NIA RAILROAD
NOTION TO tiTOCKHOLDIBS—The Second In.
staiment on 'the New Stock, aubscribedior under'
resolution of the Board of Directors of idaylStift,
le now due
Unload paid on or before the liSthanst., the In
stalment will not draw its. proportion of dividend
due May, 1869, 'and those paying up all the remain.
log Instalments will receiv full dividends !altar
neat— _ THOMAS. T. FIRTH,
de'-b! Treasurer. "
- . T.REAStrEILE'S Darsarrmir.NT - t
PMILADELPIIIA. Noy. 2, 1961.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS....
The Board of Directors have THIS DAY deelare4
a send-annual dividendof FITE PERCENT. on the
capital stoal of tke Company, clear of National and
State taxes. payable in cash, on and alter Novem
ber 30, .1808.
Blank powers of attorney for collecting_eividenda
can-be had at the office of the Company, 339,SOUTH
THIRD STREET. -- . • .
'Tee peace wilt be opened at S a. M. and closed at
-4 P. M., from November 30th to December sth:
for the payment of dividends, and after that date
from 9 A. M. to 3P. 31.
M0W:346 THOMAS T. FIRTH, Treasurer,
MR7IN ,THE: MATTES OF OPEN
ING LOCUST STREET, IN THE crrir
OF PITTSBURGH—AII owners of Lots, or other
persons ihtereeted in the BURIAL GROUNDS on
STEVENSON STREET, one belonging to the Asso
ciate Reforthed Church, known as KERK'S GRAVE
YARD, and the other to the Catholic Church,
known as thel CATHOLIC GRAM. YARD, rare
hereby notided that. they -are required to remove
the bodies front the ground within the line of Locast •
street, within three mouths from this date; and If
the same are not removed within that time, they
will be removed by the undersigned, who have been.
appointed Commissioners for that purpose. Said
street Is fortyeigght feet wide. and eatery's...along
the line betweenthesalti-BnffialiGrounda about Otte
half off each. Ali necessary information can be had
by application to either of the Commissioners.
The Commissioners will meet for consultation
iiith Lot Owners, on MONDAY, December 251 d,
MS, at 10 ••clock. A. is,, at the City Engineer's
Office, 3laret. Building, third Wiry.
J. D. K ELLY.
Pittsburg it, Doc, 4,1888. Colamissionera'
FURS! FURS 11
CHOICE AND FRESH,
ROCK THE 8.% BY
EARNEST'S PATENT RIB.
Practical Furniture Manufacturers, &e 4,
Where may be found a fun assortment ot Parlor
Chamber sou Kitchen Fern ere. rico
TOE BALE BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
FRESH FlBll.—Beniamin Pub.
PELFAI still continues to Sri all city and Watt.
try orders for
FRESH WHITE LANE FISH, SALMON AND SASS,
Send to No. 48 DIAMOND MARKET., Pfltit.
bunco, or We old well known TWIN CITY STAND.
AllqthenT mirkwu ; • • - oc3)
INDIA RUBBER -BELTING,
HOSE; STEM& PACKING AND ROPE. -
OUND Alm SQUARILI—A full supply on band. •
ato the trade on-u good terms as cube had.
from the manufacturer • 'J.& H. PHILI.IPS.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
CIIIYCHILLA ANIPLUSH CLOAKING%
-HO - CS - EKJI"E.i.ING GO ODS,
411egheny City, Pa.
UNION NATIONAL BANS,
Pittsburgh, Dec. IR, 11.108,'
ICE.—The Annual Elec-
for DIRECTORS to serve for the en—
111 be held atthe Banking House, oa
January lAth,. 1869, between , the
.t 1 3
I R. 5..8311T11. Cashier
TICS NATIONAI: BANK.
Pittaberah. Dec. 11; 1868;
TION FOR DIREC
,ts Bank will lie, held at4hsr
TUKSDAY, , 'Januar, I%th,
0111 . 3 of-12 . A. at-ind / r. M.
- JCLIN 43, MARTIN,
- 71/ILADF.Lnix.!..; Pa., Dec. 3 1668.
M'CORD & CO.'
SOLD ONLY BY
LEMON &I VEISE.
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