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FOR THE HOLIDAYS
JOSEPH 088 & .CO'S.
A PULL ASSORTMENT
Fancy and Staple Articles
/ SUITABLE FOR ,
ALL SHADES, TASSELLED AND PLAIN.
Alextyndre BM Glover,
Fur Toppeh Kid,
AN XSTENSIVE AN ASVIL y T&Er . , ALL SIZES
Heavy Wool and Nalco
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
NECK TIES, SCARFS, BOWS, SUSPENDERS
PAPER COLLARS AND CLWYD.
ZEAL HEM STITCHED lIAND , FS, 15 cents up
EMBROIDERED, TUCKEIS, REVERE,
MOURNING BORDERED .AND
LACE HANDKERCHIEFS IN
Gents' Silk Handkerchief.
HINDSOME STYLES-LIGHT AND DARK.
BECK, BOW AND BASH
A SPLENDID LINE.
NITLLENERY GOODS. VELVETS. SATINS AND
• PREACH FLOWERS•
rEBFEC T GOOD% AT ONE HALF USUAL
FRENCH. GEEMAN AND AMERMAN. OF BEST
MAKES, VERY LOW.
DRESS AND CLO AK GS. •
LOOPS, BUTTONS AND ORNAMENTS.
II .71T AND PLATED JEWELRY,
BEOCHES A .
_SVEEVE BUTTONS SETTS BETTS AND
;' HAND KNIT ZEPHYR GOODS,
GEIMINTOWN WOOLS;',ZEPHYR AND YARNS
A COMPLETE STOCK
i Of New Goods itrHving Daily.
1.86,8. • -
CiIIISTIIAS• AND NEAT YEARS,
KAY i& CO.,
NO. 65 WOOD STREET,
INVITE ATTENTION TO THEIR
FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS
4 REIVEST ILLUSTRATED WORKS.
• POETS AND POETRY,
COMIC AND HUMOROUS WORKS,
• i • WORKS OF REFERENCE,
Oa:PORTANT NE CV BOORS,
AIIERICAN AND ENGLISH JUVENILES.
I *Finely Illustrated Juveniles,
s F AMILY AND POCKET BIBLES, Amert
,• can and Oxford Editions.
PRAYER BOOKS, HYMN BOOKS.
Elegant Rosewood and Mahogany
and a tine assortment of English, French
r_.‘ and American FANCY STATIONERY,
rirThis !dock is eutirely/freth, and will
f • be found superior in attraction to any hith-
ado uttered izt this city , dealibn
OrFAIR AND FESTIVAL.—The
of the Re ortned'Preabyterlan Chnich will hcld a
Fair an.• Faattval on MONDAY and TUEISDAY
EVENINGS, 2 tat and 22d Ina.,
IN TEINHALL OP THE
Fourth Ward Pubite School House,
A fine assortment of fancy articles, the handi
work of the ladies. will be - for sale. and the ref, &i
-ntent useles ahnudantly furnished. Manner will be
served from 7 to 9 o'clocc. Tickets 50 cents for
admission and oysters. Pr.ceedi to be applied for
advancing the missionary work of. the Church.
IFIRODUCE AND 'COMMISSION
HOUSE.EOIIBALE.—The Flitnres, Lease and
ood Will of an old established Rroduce and Cum
milli-ion House, located in this city. and hating
large correspondence with country dealers. Apply
to S. CUTHBERT & SON,
85 Smith:mid street.
rOITTSBURGII AND CONNELLS.
Arlt.L.E' RAILROAD -COMPANY FIRST
RTGAIik RONDS.—Tun Coupons of the above
Bonds, due JANUARY Ist; ivill be ' paid after that
date on presentation and dell , erat the office of the
Treasurer. Pittsburgh. or at the Merchants' Nation
al Bank ofitattlindre. ,
J‘DIN H. PAGE.
Office Y. C. H.R. Co.,Plush% Dee. 18.1868.
VARA' FOR BALE--,Containing
106 ACHES, two miles' northwest of Salem,
Ohio. Three good Orchards, Singer Camp, Barn.
Dwelling House, Carriage Howie and other out
building". Will exchange for city property. Terms
easy. For full partie.ulars inquire of
OPPICZ OP CITY Ending= AND BtatvitTon,
. . Pittsburgh. December Alst. 1.1165. t •
.4ITICE.—The • 'Assessment for
niV inav bdt3ri l g lgt r L .
now ready for examiaation,and can be seen at this
office until THURSDAY, December 311 st, 1868.,
when it will be returned to the City Treasurer's
Unice for collection.
de21:574 H. .T; MOORE. City Engineer.
CIPTICE Oir CITY ENGINE= AND Sulam - Ton,
, Pittsburgh, Dec. 19. 1868. t
Nan - CE.—The assessment for
Grading and Paving
from Twenty Eighth street Is now ready for exami
nation and can be seen at this office until WED
NESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1868. when it will be
returned to the City Treasurer's office tor collection.
ri. J. MOORE, City Engineer.
;BANK INSURANCE AND CO
LUMBIA eIL STOiIES.—TIMSDAY EVEN
.N;4I, December 291 d, at 7)1 o'clock; will be sold on
the second floor or the Commercial Sales Booms,
105 Smithfield street, _ ;
20 shares 31. & M. National Bank. • •
10 do neeond do. .
20 do Citizens Insurance Co.
b 0 do Boatmen's do.
50 do M. &M. do.
5 do Pennsylvania_ _ do.
100 do Columbia Oil Co.
ue2l A. hiCILWAINN. Auctioneer.
PT o m ou De c o emb n er L nao9u,r6 C.,
OTICE \TO BAKERS.
ealed Proposals, addressed to the "Inspectors of
the Allegheny County Prison '
,+ will be received at
this office until the 31st 'mt., inclusive for tarnish
ing the County Prl on with Bread for six months.
from JANUARY 15th, 1869. Loaves to weigh one
a half and two pounds respectively, and to be of ap
proved quality. Bads to be mane at so much per
'pound. Bonds for two thoussud dollars will-be re
quired for faithful performance of contract. The
name of the securrty must accompany the hid. Bills
endured by tne Warden audprooated at this office,
will be nald monthly.
de2l:b76 111SNECT LAMBERT, Controller.
tADMS 9 MISSIONARY!SOCIETY
On th remtsee
J'RN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES.' FOR TH.KWEST-
N DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA.
WASHINGTON BRITTON. a bankrupt under the
act of Congress of March 2d, 1867, having applied
for a discharge from all his debts, and other maims
provable under said Act, by I order of the Court
notice is hereby given to all creditors who have
proved their debts. and other I persons Intererted,
to appear on the 6th day of FEBRUARY. 1869,
at 10 o'clock A, Si. before JOHN N. PURVIANGE,
Esq., Register, at his oface, No. 116 Felerat
street. Allegheny city. Pa., to show cause, if any
they have why a discharge should not be granted to
the said b ankrupt.
B. C. MCCANDLESS, Clerk.
OFFICE OF CITY ENGINEER,
ALLIGHZNY CITT. Gee. 19th. MR.
NOTlCE.—Assessments for the
iron Bidwell to Fulton streets.
Also, for GRADING and PAVING of \,
from Grant avenue to Sturgeon street;
And for Mak} steDLNG and PAVING of
from Allegheny avenue to Walker street;
Are now ready for examination. and can be seen
at this em e ittMONUAY. December 28th. 1868.
when they will be returned to; the Street COMMIS •
stoner for collection.
de2l:beso CHUB. DAVIS, City Engineer.
M. 8. MARSHAL'S OFFICE
W. D. of Pennsylvania. }
PriTstinnau• December 18th, 1868.
arrant In ms IS TO GIVE NOTICE that
on the 11th day of November. A. D. 1868, •
arrant In Bankruptcy was issued against the Ls
tate of bAktIIEL BAILEY, of 'New Brighton. Bea
ver county, Pa., and WILLIAM O. MO.:ANDER:B
of Pittsburgh. In the county of Allegheny, and -
State of Pennsylvania, partners as BAILEY ,k
McCANDLESS, who have been adjudged bank
rupts on their own petition; that the payment of any
debts and delivery of any property belonging to such
bankrupts to thew or for their use, and the trans
fer of any propertrby them are forbidden by' law;
that a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupts,
to prove their debts, and to choose One or more as
signees of their estate, will be held at a Court of
Bankruptcy, to be holden at No. 116 Federal St..
Alle_gbeny City, Allegheny county. Penna., before
JOHN N. PURVIANCE, Esq.. Register, on the
3d day of February, A. D. 1869, at 10 o'clock
THOMAS A. HOWLEY,
delß:bib 11. S. Marsha', as Metsenger.
EVERY STYLE AND COLOR.
.1 . . 4i
..1 , a
PACE. ZELLERS & DUFF.
A GENTS WANTED.
610.. A DAY.
TWO $llO MAPS FOR $4. 1:
PATENT REVOLVING DOUBLE MAPS
OF AMERICA AVD EURcirE, AMERiCk - AND
THE UNI Idr:D STATES OF AMERICA.
Colored—in 4000 Counties.
These great Maps. novriust completed show every
place of - importance, all Railroads to date, and the
latest alterations In the ',aeons European etetes.
These Mapi are need. eVery bchool and family
In the land=i hey occnpy ihe apace otone Map, and
by means of tile Reverser. either side can be thrown
front. and auy part brought 'Oct to the eye. Coun
ty rights and large dlicount given to g od A gents.
Apply for Circulars. Terms and Sample Maps to
• • LLOYD'S MAP BUREAU,
- dell-bned 23 Con l rtlandt street. N. Y.
ZELLERS & GGI
FURS Tiff HOLIDAYS.
FORS ! FURS ! FURS !
131 WOOD STREET.
z AND ENA
SILATE9, SKATES, ISHATEEI.
New York Club,
Empire, Starr, &e.
All other styles and sizes at the very lowest rates
WHITESIDESI k DELTM6
4e14 1g rZDRBAIi BT.. ALLIUIiU f.
pur 111 • k t 1. 7 I ; I 1 k•
EVERYBODY SHOULD READ THIS.
The Flolldays are drawing near
Wllh all their scenes so pleasant.
The chosen time of all the seas .
To make an annual present.
TO all those who are lookini for useful and appro
priate articles to presenc to their families and
friends on t luistmas nurning, . We would sap don't
fall to call at
OLD STAND. STOCKING spRE
NO. 24 FIFTH AVENUE.
and make a selection from his varied and extensive
Hosiery, Gloves, Llnderwear.
Fancy Opera Hoods, !Woolen
.Gaiters, Sacques, Break
fast shawls. Scarfs,
Mittens. Suspen- 4
You'll save your money and your rains,
Beside ti e wear and tear of Brains,
In looking round the town
For woolen Goods of every sort
.Hake thls your.drat and last resort,
, Au lusludees are all marked down.
UORACE GREELEY ON POLITL
Greeley's History of the War.
MR. GREELEY purp oses to write, during the
year 1.8e9, an. elementary work on Political Econ
omy, wherein the policy of Protection 1,0 Home In
dustry willbe explained and vindicated -This work
will ant be given to the public througlal successive
issues of TUE NEW Yogic TaintME, d will ap; •
pear all its editions—DAlLY, tiristi-W an IELKLY and
The work will contain the best results
of the observations and study ona lifetime, and- as
the cuestion of Protection to American : lndustry
concerns our. entire people, it will be looked for
with greet- interest. In addition to this work by
Mr. Greeley, Tim Tntnirsit has engaged George
Geddes, one of the best and most successful farmers
in the country, and other able writers on Agricul
tural subjects, to write regularly for its columns.
The American Institute Farmers , Club Will con
tinue to be reported in the Simi- WEEKLY and
WEEKLY Tatnusg. No farmer who desires to till
the soil with profit, and to know the progress con
stantly made in the science of his calling, can afford
to neglect the advantages of a newspaper like the
WEEKLY TiartalNE, especially when it tfnitei with
agriculture other natures' of Interest and profit.
The WEEKLY TEIBUNS. contains a summary of all
that appears inthe DAILY and SEur-WEEELy edi
tions, while in addition it Is made to address itself
to the wants of the great terming class. Reviews
of new publications, and of what is new In magic
and the fine arts; letters from different parts of. the
world—some of them of rare Interest to the farmer,
as showing the progress of agriculture in other
countries; editorial essays on all triples of home and
foreign interest, together with fall and carefully
printed reports of the,markets, will be furnished
from week to week, and at a loWer price than that
of any other newspaper In By: pursuing
this policy the WEEKLY TILIBUNK has attained its
present commanding influence and circulation, and
We enter upon the new year with in .assuranee to
our readers that no pains and no expense will be
snared to give it still greater usefulness and power,
and to make it a yet,more welcome visitor to every
Preside In the land.
GREELEY'S HISTORY OF THE WAR
THE TRIBE:rt also proposes to send "The Ante ri
can Coadlct," by Horace Greeley, in 2 Vole; of
648 and 782 pages respectively, to clubs, on terms
stated below. This his , ory , has received, from all
quarters the highest commendations for accuracy of
statement and fullness of detail. It Is substentlally
bound. and must be deemed' valuable addition to any
library. These volumes should be placed in every
School District library in the land, and each school
contains scholariwho can, "with a few bcitirs of at
tendon, raise a Tribune Club and secure the'bistory.
Almost any one who wishes can now obtain it by
giving a few hours to procuring subscriptiiiis for
THE TRIBI,7NE among his friends and neighti• re, and
we hope many will be incited to do so. The work
will be promptly forwarded, prepaid, by express or
by mal, on receipt of the required subscripti.ms.
DAILY TIIIIIUNZ. Mill Subscribers, 110 per an
Mall Submsibers, 64 per annum. Five
over, $3 each; 17 conies, $45. Fa. $36
and Graley's History; for $O3 AO c
Greek:Pa Bistery;l ' or $166 40 copies an
Mall Sub, cribers, 42 per aunnyn; 5 cop! . 40: 11
copies, to one whims*. #l5: Meanies a dl ;seeley's
Ilts'ory, oneoa , tress, 120. 21 copies. I. one
areas 425; 20 copies ani the intory, t on, ad
drets, $3l; 50 Milk!, to one address, 50: 50'
.copi, a and the History, to one a , are , e, 1 , 50; 11
coplti. to names of subscrtt.rs. #10; 10 c , Ph's. to
names. with our copy of the 111..torv, 21: 21
copies, to names, $27: 20 collies, to na es, with
one copy ilintory. 433; 50 copies. to na nes. *55;
50 copies. to names, with one copy hist° , #Ol.
The money must, In all cues, be received at one
time, and the papers be sent to (nen Postottice.
Friends wishing to secure the Ilietory on these
terms must send the Clubs precisely as se nave stated
them.' Bran-WEEKLY and' WIEKLV atebsbriptions
must not be mixed in one Club.
Terms, Cash in advance
EVERY STYLE AND COLOR.
PACE ZELLERS & DUFF.
CLOSING OUT BALE
OF AT , L GOODS. ON THE CORNER STORE,
No. 100 OHIO oTHEET, ALLEGHENY CITY.
' Sale posttive to quit the business. Fixtures and
two years' lease from April Ist, 1800. The entli e
stork, eon:wising. general variety DRY 000
NOTIONS. FUlts, CARPETS. WI DOW SHADES,
OM CLOTHS. &.e.
The above stock will be sold positively without re
sell... The sale to commence on MONDAY, De
tember 21. t. and continue until *II Is sold unlit ely
out. Don't forget the place, No. 100 Ohio street,
Allegheny City, Pa.
One $BO Singer Sewing Machine, warranted. for
dent: JAMES GOiILING.
.z 64, AND ENAMELED
NOTICE.—To all Persons En
gated in Hauling or Who, hug Rubbish Or
Ashes: You am hereby notified not C. place eny
rubbish or ashes on the wharf. All rubbis c a u g hthes
muit be taken so the Point. Any person vi•
ousting the above notice will be dealt with so the
fullest extent clans late. • _
11.011 EST A: HILL.
Allegheny Wharf Mso,er.
1 1.0090 00
To LOAN on First
logeny 1. Allegheny sou:Ay.' Addreks CASH.
ippEAeL Asa—tio casks No. 1 in
Mrs and for sal* by
J. D. 411111(1138.11 a WA.
TERMS OF THE THIBIJNE
HEARTH AliD _H.OME.
CHRISTMAS NIGHT. A Icrnrits.
Mary E. Dodge.
LIME ON HILL PASTURES.
Professor S. TV. .Tohnston, Yale College.
A FARMER'S THINKING AND HIS
TIME FOR IT.
Oliver Wendell HOlmes
BUTTER vs. WOOL.
H. A. Sheldon.
HOW TO KEEP FARMERS' BOYS AT
Levi Stockbridge, Man. Agric. Col.
LAY-OUT OF A SUM:CREAN PLACE
THE CA.RPENTERO BIRD. (Illustrated.)
WARREN LELAND'S POULTRY RAIS
A. B. Crandall.
-X. \GENERAL GRANT DRIVING DEXTER.
HORTICULTURAL HINTS FOR JAN-
HISTORY OF THE TINES-HOME AND
OUR HEADING AND OUR HOPES
Donald G. Mitchell.
A GREETING. •
Harriet Beecher Stowe
THE OLD-WORLD SPARROW. A Poi
William Callen Bryant.
PREACHING OTHER MEN'S SERMONS
J. .P. Thoinpson, D. D
IN THE ICE. A STORY
.T. T. Trowbridge .
HOW WE KEEP THANKSGIVING AT
Harriet Beecher Stowe.
MRS. HUNNIBEE'S DIARY
BOB: HIS LIFE AND DEATH.
BURIAL OF THE BIRD. (Illustrated,
ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING.
REYNARD'S SCHOOL.. (Illustrated.)
Mary E. Dodge.
PRICE 10 CENTS,
For. Sale by all News Dealers.
Laura E Lyman.
Maclame• La, Vert.
CHRISTMAS AND NOV YEARS.
ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS,
LADIES, GENTLEMEN AND CHILDREN.
aviiimcHaps, COLLO S.
FURS, HUFFS, AND BERTHAS.
THE LITTLE FOLKS.
ALL NEW AND CHOICE HOODS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL at
180 and 182 Federal street, Alleghen.
THE MOST ACCEPTABLE
Being an ever•pre sent reminder
the giver and a constant relief
to the household
air Machines delivered at the house of the
Durenaavr, and instruction, given in their use,
FUZE OP CHAJOGS.
Dili. SUIONOR & CO.,
Qi , Z 9 FIFTH AVENUE
ROOFING, HARDWARE AND MANILLAS,
Mannfactnred and sold by
FRAZIER, METZGER ft CO.,
82 THIRD AVENUE.
Air CASH PAID FOR ROPE, RAGS AND OLD
PAPERS. 0c23 zS6MF
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Fine China and Bohemian Vases,
Dinner sem Ilea Nets and Toilet Sets.
Smoking Seta. Varian Ware.
French Decorated • Glassware and
A fresh assortment of entirely new styles and de
signs just opened at
NO. 22 WOOD STREET,
HENBY HIG BY.
TIIE OLD PAPER STORE IN A NEW PLACE
W. P. THEARSIAIL4I4
Ras removed from 87 WOOD STREET to
NO.• 191 LIBERTY STREET,
a few doors above BT. CLAIR. r
BURIMIN .1112 BLOOD.
YOR, SALE-BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERz.
• KEYSTONE POTTERY.
Q`ffi. KIER & CO.,
•. manufacturers of -
1111,11$ENSWAIRE. /1311INTOL WARE
Ufflope and WarrhOnike. 303 LIRKIITY OTKELT.
M°All °niers neon:ally attendai to.
Wiwill receive subscriptions for the AMBEtIO,
ONE DOLLAR PER TEAR,
which le the lowest Club rates.
denaltrr UT Meet, cooed.
THE COO WEATHER,
VPIDERWEABI SToc ire.
BLACK, BROWN AND GOLD MIXED.
NEW AND DESIRABLE
VERY LOW PRICE S
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL at
80 and 182 Federal street, Allegheny.
-An infallible remedrfor Bummer Complaint,
rhea, Draenteen Vomiting, Boar Stomach antl
DI EMU CRIMP CBE,
A apecifie for Cholera, Cram* mad Pala a
Stomach, for mile by
HAB,RIS & EIATING,
Corner of Liberty and Wayne ttreetes
J. SCHOONMASER, I SON'S
PURE WHITE LEAD
McCOl l B VERDITER GREEN,
She only green paint that will not deteriorate by
eosnre. It will look better, last longer and give
more perfect satisfaction than any Delta In the
Gray :‘i - Logan,
NO. 47 H ST. CLAIR STREET.
ROCK. THE BABY
EARNEST'S PATENT CRIB.
SOLD ONLY BY
LEMON & WEISE.
Practical Furniture Manufacturers, Le.,
11.13 MrOI;TELTII AVENUE
Where may be found a full assortment of Parlor,
Cbamber au u Klieben Furniture. . nolB
W. MACHEOWN & BRO.,
MOVED TO 150. 195 LIBERTY STREET,
lte Lead. 'Window Glass and Glassware at
LATE 608 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
Inforiiis hls friends and patrons In Pittsburgh. that
he to now connected with
EDWARD P. KELLY,
Southieast corner of CHESTNUT and, SEVENTH
STREETS, the PRINCIPAL MERCHANT TAILOR
OF PHILADELPHIA, and can now furnish them
_with Clothes bUPERIOir in every resnect to those
he has heretofore Riven them, and at MODERATE
mlCoNilltuzz Toils FUEL., by
.124 using the
SKIVE oENTRIF UG L GOVERNOR,
the only true and easily regulated Governor made;
perfect in its operations and truly reliable. A large
sire Governor can be seen at the ofiles of PERCH
VAL BECHETT,ldechantcal Eng ineer and Solici
tor of Patents, No. 19 Federal - street, A'lle.g.henY
City, the only agent for tide tioTernor in the west.
()VEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP.
QUEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP.
. 90 I QUEEN OP ENGLAND SOAP.
Forjdoing slimily washing in the beat and cheap
est manner. Guaranteed equal to any In the world
Has all the strength of old rosin soap, with the Will
and lathering qualities of genuine Castile- Try this
WOES,Soa. Sold by the ALDEN CHEMICAL
R Ail North r earth street, Philadelphia.
114,TEW SMYRNA FIGS—A choice
.itrue* in drams arid boxes; also, prime Prn
iiellos in oxtail boxes, or for sale by the and by
I . jorEN A.. IiFaiSHAW.
dell - corner Liberty and Hind streets.
SODS ASH-10 0 tons choice.
'brands In store And for Sale b_y
nol7 J. B. CAN FIELD & BON.
: EN APPLES-125 - barrels.
1114W111 sat ta sale la
J. CAN/ .D SON.