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HURRAH FOR TH EXT THAT I)1
'A. PIJAGITE SONG.
We meet'nestb thA sonn.ilng ravers,
and the watts arOnd are hare. •
As they sh-ut bar:, their peals of langl.ter,
seems that the dead are there.
Cif EVS—But Stand! Stand!! to your glasses steady
We drink to our coma des eyes— I
Quail' cur to the (lead aireasty,
aiidFierr lor the next one that dies
Thatlitereare the g Nets glowing,
Not iu t hie rinr agel sweet:
d as oat licatts are growing
end dart se the, ditim we meet.
ellOncs—EuVStano. Stand.. to yinir glai6 es steady,
. • Anl , so shall tint ises rise—
(l,:aff-it to the d-o; already,
,And !Yu rah: tor the next,one that dies!
Not 'a sigh for the of that &attics—
Not s tear for friend; that sink:
NV e 'mill th wi,:ecup'saparkies,
As mate as the wine we di tuft.
(Mont's—But Stand! Stand!! to your glasses steady
And soon *hall. ourAnalats rise— .
, Quaff a cup to , h'e. ktnatlitlready; _
,1 And ilurr.shist itige'next one that dies
There's many ahand that's Sting—
Tbtre , s massy a cheek that a aunt; ‘ f
But soon, thoussh our hearts arek breaking,
They'd burn w.th the wine we"..ve drunk.
CUOttgs--.4o4t:ndl'Stuud II to vour glasses steady'
here 'he revival Iles;
One CUD to the dead already. ;
And Hurrah: for the next one that dies
a mist on tole gloss:cOngealing: • . •
Tis the hurricitneo fiery, breath,
find thus *es th 4 warmth of feeling,
Tnrotee lu Ofeligratfp-of death.
crioners-39 Stand t\SittAl.l4.ociotir Alas 1 es atoaell,
For a Atoka e• ,ffutiop,ite -
• Act p* to the 'el 111#4110F , •!' •
~ •• . And, iinrridlyforlin mezi e rtorthad dies!
Who"dreadiato-fireflutt reiurithk? • **-* • -
t Who shrinks from the 3101 e there? - •
• Where the high said haughtyytarning • •
Of the eon!, shall sent no more.
CEWEITS--So Staiid! Startdl! to Tour glasses steady.
For a moment' t he - vapor •
A cup tu the dead atrtadr •
Arid Hurrah! tot thenext one that dies!
Tlme was when we laughed at eaeh other , — -
We thought we we , a wiser then..
- Hs! Ha!! let ye think of your mother's, .
Who hope to meet them again.
CHOII US—rhen stand! s tand It to*OUr reuses steady
This world is a world of ices.
Quaff a cup to the dead already,
- And Hurrah for-lhonext one ttiat dies
Cut off - from thr land that beret's,—
__Betr,,yed by the land we And,
While the brightest are ride before us,
The dullest are left baktrody.'
icrionus—Then stan dist a d ! !ltoyenrgia ses steady,
ills all we hair/AM/torize;
Quail' a cap already.
, And iturvalil for the next one that dies
—Cleveland has a velcidipede school.
Buffalo, is swarming, with vagrants.
—New England has . a newspaper called
the OCCO77IOCOtdOE Badger.
—A New. ,York paper calls Columbia Col
lege a nursery of aristocratic fops.
—Punch thinks: when female suffrage is
legal, spinsters will be called ballot-girls.
—The University of lleidelberg is to have
a Professorship of_ American literature and
—Boston had to to pay nearly three hun
dred thousand dollars last year to light her
street lamps. • -
—The Chicago Republican publishes
every day a list of letters mailed in that city
without stamps. <-
-Sir Culling Eardly, the bigamous baro
net, has been pardoned through the influ
ence of D'lsraeli.
—Montreal cabmen have struck because a
city ordinance requires them to carry light
—Carlotta Patti is announced to give a
series of concerts in this country commenc
ing next September.
—Captain Runk, (not Peter,) a well
ktid t wn New York ship-master, is dead. '-No
-ono can funk Death.
—Baron Hatherly, the new Lord Chan
.cellor of England, has been for thirty_ years
a Sunday School teacher.
—The Pacific railroad has a new city
•called Ogden, which is only about 40 miles
north from Salt Lake City.
—The fine.new Cincinnati hospital is
open now for inspection, and was appropri
-ately dedicated on. Thursday.
—Things are often misnamed. A prying
New Yorxer has found out that beef tongues
and beef tca are made of horse.
—Memphis has nearly 40,000 inhabitants
who have not been murdered, but quite .a
number of them are murderersi
—The last rumor says Napoleon's mind
is breaking up, and the Tuilleries may soon
be a delightful private mad-house. ,
—Somebody must like Mrs. Alphabet
Southworth's stories, as she has been offer
•ed $lO,OOO for writing a new one.
minning exchange says: In cold,/
.northern countries, by a wise provisions ,of
nature, the mountains are clad in "firs."'
—Queen Victoria is almost as successful
418 a grandmother as she was as a.. mother.
She possesseefifteen grand children and still
—Last year Boston had'/5,760 • funerals
and 4,694 weddings, whilst 6,384 little pil
grim children were added'to the population
-of Wt hub. /•
--Miss. Clara Louise Kellogg is to be here
next week with Miss Alide Topp. Miss
Kellogg first sangin public at the City. Hall
in this city. j
• —Slush and mud, from which we in Pitts
burgh have 'escaped wonderfully this winter,
have been depriving New Yorkers of all
°comfort and pleasure.
—Schneider is to get $50,000 for singing
fifteen times in Egypt, which is probably a
- very neat thing for Schneider but rather
Tough on the Viceroy.
=Pittsburgh will soon be able to rival
London. in the item of fogs'. Yesterday
Morning was a fine specimen of what the
smoky city can do in that line.
—A Massachusetts inventor has made ap
plication for a patent for an arrangement
lq which all the cattle in a burning . barn
can be turned loose without loss of time.
—The latest dodge of Count Chorinski, the
•aristoeratin Austrian wife-murderer, is to go
mad. He: has probably heard of the suc
tessful escapes made ';by mud American mur
—But two of John Brown's raiders still
live. - Ea-Goy. Exj,Gen. Henry A. Wise
is the — eause of moat of thereat having joined
John in his everlasting moulder and eternal
—One of he new members of the British
ifouse of Commons is , the proprietor of a
lunatic asylUm, e 3 that the "lunatic
interest" will be duly represented iu Par
—A sareastic exchange says. Weston
- thinks of walking the first part of another
.five thousand t pds. What we want to
know b - who are the insane millionaires
who. back Menai. 'la bli lighlf---kW-''' ''t.tkr - tO .
failures? . ; !. ~ ------r..... --- • • ..: .• " ..:.......----..b,„
1100g111 - 1111:Viliillt
—some persons cannot 'appreciate great a j , .
inventions. The Mayor of New Orleatis ac
tually saps that the steam-man is a humbug, , INSURANCE COMPANY ,
merely because he can't do the things his _ OF ALLE6REcy, . PA.
owners profess he can. l
_ . I
—An_exchange says Jubal Early will take 1 14 Mce In Frank lin Savings Bank Building*
advantige of President Johnson's Amnesty
Proclain l ationr } and return home, singing,
"The ylar of Jubal E. is coming; return,
ye ,wanderinOnner, home."
~--A. yinme llentuckinne has spent nine:
teen yeah of her life in sleep, and she is but
twenty.4even years old. All she wants is
time, to Wrest he champion belt 'from Rip
Van Winkle. Mr. Joe3Jeflerson must look
to his lau'rels.
- 7: Judge Chl \ i ce's period of mourning is
about over. le has re-begun his public
career -by-givingssoo to the poor. Let him
keeP on at that, for as a giver he may prove
more successful than as a candidate for nom
ination to the l Pt4sidency. . , .
—The Boston Post says the itwine of
Massachusetts are not properly provided
for, but objects to building a nett , hospital,
probabiy becanse It would be extravagaxt*,
in a Reptdilican administration foto do,and.
the Post belongs-to the opposition.
- -Contribtition`s are to be raised in tide
country for' the • purposti of restoring the
church in John Banyan's native viliage and
making a sort of memorial of it, so that it
might hereafter bea kind of Christian Menca
or monument of the pilgrims progress. '
—The young Men's Christian Assotia
tion of Chicago has started an employment
biireau, WhiCh is very sucessful in getting
clerks for situations, having always a large
stock on hand, but which has been rather a
failure in the matter of finding situations for
—ln the city of'Brunswick, Germany, a
beneirolent individual lends blankets to the
poor from the end of October to the month
of May. Each article bears a' stamp to pre
vent their being pawned or sold. DuTing
the six years thissystem has been :carried
out, not one case of abuse is reported.
—Kindness to prisoners is always exer
cised by the most refined and enlightened 'of
nations. This is shown by' our Govern
ment, whose enlightenment no true Ameri
can will doubt; therefore the barbarous In
dian prisoners taken by General Custer are
fed on the , most luxurious and delicate hard
—Baron Tanchnitz, the celebrated Leip
zig. book publisher, received his present
title when he issued the 500th volume of
his pleasant edition of English reprints. He
is shortly to issue the 1000th volume and
will then he created a Count, probably be
cause there is no doubt of his ability to
count a thousand.—
—An Ainerican traveler, who is now in
Europe, writes home that, of all the cities
in the world, Paris is the most beautiful,
London the dingiest, and - New York the
dirtiest and worst /smelling, which simply
proves that the American traveler has bees
but few places or has journeyed about with
nose and eyes closed.
—How pleasant is the school teacher's vo
cation; how delightful to teach ithe young
idea how to shoot, particularly baChattanoo
ga, Tenn., where a teacher recently attempt -
ed to chastise a pupil. The pupil, whoie
ideas had probabably been taughtlow, , Shot
and killed the teacher, but in the attending
rumpus the teacher killed two Men who
were aiding the pupil. Let dogs'delight - to
bark and bite, but little children should not
do so, they must use pistols—in Tennessee.
—Boston is to have the, grandest musical
festival this country has / ever witnessed, a
festival the concerts or which will be per
formed by a thousand instruments, twenty
thousand voices, and all the bells, artillery
and •musketry / , of Boston touched off as
choruses by electric wires. This festival is
gotten up by Gillmore, of Gillmore's band,
and is called the Grand National Peace
Jubilee and Musical Festival, and is to be
held on ' Juue / 15, 16 and 17, 1809, in a grand
coliseum built for the purpose, with fifty
thousand chairs for spectators.
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BY, H. B. BMITHEON 41t 130.
BOOTS, SHOES AND CARPETS
FOR THE MILLION.
55 AND 57 FIFTH AVENUE.
Messrs. H. B. SMITHSON. CO.. proprietors of
the well known Mammoth Auction House are cres
tlng an excitement ; conseyuene upon the arrival of
new goods whicn are being sold ut remarkable low
prices. Goods of every variety; the finest sewed
b 0t., , the most fashionable balmoral gal , ers and
anklet shoes, slippers, blankets, flannels,
cloths. ciassimeres, cutlery and carpets. Cull and
examine. No trouble to show goods. Ladies'.
misses' and children's tuts at almost your own
prices. All goods wartanted as renretamtmi no 4
. . .
BY A. M'ILWABIE.
AI) SSIGNEE'S SALE, No. 7 $ Dia
-511/N, I E ASE—MONDAY AFTERNOON,
• Al tt,ry 11.. at 2 o'clock, will he so!d the premises,
by order JAMEa W. MURRAY. Ashignee, all the
right, title and Interest of R. 11, SOT I'ON In lease.
oft he lot and frame buildings. No. 78 .%1 est lible of
D.am nd. Second Ward. Alekheny elty; the lot
flouting 15 6-et on Dl'inond. vol running back 34
feet; the lease having live year, to run from Septem
ber 1s•, Ma, at annual rent of $125,' pay,tble
quarterly; and subject to all the terms anti condi
tions of sail lease.
Terms Cash. Possession given Immediately.
, r lai: 4l .0.. zicil..w.u . s.i, .aucainauer.
PyriSITAGR GAZETTE SATU,4I)47. JAN TARY 9. 1869
No. 43 Ohio St., Allegheny
A HOME COMPANY, managed by Directors well
known to the community, who tram. by fair deallna
tO merit a share of your. patronage.
GEO. D. DIDDLE'
Henry Irwin; .L. Patter3on, llieury lierwig
Geo. R. Riddle, Jacob .Prt.nz, j Gottlei!) Peas,
Simon Brum, .B. Smith, I,Taeob Rush, -
W. M. Stewart, Ch. P. Widston, liloseph -Craig,
Jos. Lautner, .J. Zinkand, I.leremlan .Rosen.
aplo:colts , -
NATIONAL INSIJBANCE CO.,
OF TILB OITY OP ALLEGE:EOM.
Office, No. SO FEDERAL STREET, entrance on
FIRE INSURANCE ONLY.
W. W. MARTIN. Praddent
?AS. E. STEVENSON. Secretary. •
A. H. En_glieh. . 0.14 Wll1 h
Jno. A. Myler, J os. Myers, =
Gramm, golm, :Honest;
• In°, Brow, Jr bee. ttergi m i: IletegrAorM.
TWIN. , /NSINILCROIL!t ODiw
- PANY DE-PITTSBUBfIai,, f, ,
• EE NEMION, nrident„
HEItBERT.' Sectetaryl •
CAMT..44EORGE NEMI/D:Ueneral Agent. . •
Dales, 92 Water. street, gimp", 1!k; Were*
house' up stairs, Pittsburgh. •
Will In: home ains ail kinds or NM , and "Marble
Risks. Alnstitution. managed by Director*
who are well known to the-community, and who are
determined by promptness and liberality-to matte
tain the character welch they have ",assumed, as
&ring the best protection to those who desire to, be
• DL8teT0118: _
Alexander' Nimick. Joan Ht.'McCuse,
F. Miller, Jr., Chas. J. Clarke, •
James McAuley, William S. Evans,
'Alexander Epeer, Joseph Kirkpatrick.
Andrew Aekleu, • Phillip Rayner,
L'orld AL Long. Wm. Morrison. •
D. Ihmsen. • nc.47
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
ESTABLISHED 1803. CASH CAPITAL PAID
UP AND INVESTED tri:XDS EXCEED
Insurance against Fire effected on Houses and
Buildings, Goods, Wares and Merchandise, Steam
boats, ac. Pollees issued payable, in gold or cur.
rency. - 46/' United States Branch Office, 40 FINE
STREET, New York.
All losees of the United States Branch will be ad
united In New York.
J. Y. ikter_.AXTO.X-ILIN, Agent,
PITTSIS URGE, PA:
Office, 67 FOURTH STREET.
MR. HUN *lda Agent tor the Mantlat
tan Life Insurance ConapattY. saa:v72
INSURANCE COMPANY OF PITTTSBURGH
OFFICE, N 0.167,4 WOOD STREET, DANK 0
able is a Hogue Company, and insuresagainst - against
ny Fire exclusively.
LEONARD WALTER; President.
C. C. BOYLE, Vice President.
RoB.ERT PATRICK, Treasurer.
HUGE McELLIENY, Secretary. /
J. C. Lappe,
C. C. Boyle,
Jas. H. Hopkins,
AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE.
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO. OF PHILADELPHIA,
OFFICE, 433 437 CHESTNUT ST., Nir.A.R bT
Charles F. Banker, • Mordecai H. Louis
Tobias Wagner, David S. Brown,
Samuel Grant, ' Isaac Lea.
Jacob S. Smith. • f Edward C. Dale,
Feorge W. Richards, •George Fates. • -
CHARLES G. BAN NELL President.
C. DALIL, Vice President.
/ W. C. STEELE, rote Secretary,p m.
J. GARDNER. COFFIN, Adam',
North West corner Third and Wood Streets.
A LLEGMENT INSURANCE COM.
~C 3,, PANT OF PITTSBURGH.
OFFICE, .No. 37 EIFTIi STREET, BANE Iti.ooM
Insures against all kinds of Fire and Marine Basks
JOHN IRWIN, Jit., President.
JOHN D. McCORD, 'Vice President.
C. (I. DONNELL, Secretary.
CAPT..WM. DEAN. General Agent.
Crpt. Wm. Dean,
B. L. Palm estock
W. H. .Everson,;
Hobert H. Davis,
Oant. .1. '" '--
John Irwin, Jr.;
John D. McCord,
C. G. Hussey,
T. J. Hoskinson,
pEO N TLES , IivsUBANCE COll
OFF/CE, N. E. CORNER WOOD a FIFTH STP..
A. Home Company, ta7.4l.ng Fire And Marine Birk)
Capt. John L. Rhoads,
Samuel P. Shrtver,
Ored M. Brush,
Wm F. Lang,
Asia w: t.
, N. General Agent.
• John E.-Parks,
Capt. James Miller,
Win. Van Kirk,
James D. Verner
JOHN WATT, lee
W. ••F. GARDNER,
CAPT. JAN. GortiN
cirY OF AILEEIHM, SS:
In accordance with the Act of Aasernbly incorpor
&Ong said City of Allegheny, ant the several aup•
pleinents thereto, I, SIMON DRUM, Mayor of said
city, do lime this my.FrociamaLlon, that on the
second Tuesday of January, A. D. 1869,
Being the 12ith day of said month, the freemen of
said city. of:althea to vote for membsrs of the Douse
of Represeutatives of this Commonwealth, shall
meet and by ballot elect:—
One person to serve as Director of Poor of said
Also, nu tne se day, willqll electors of the
various Wards tithe city elect by ballot mem
b. re ot. Councils, as foll..ws:—
First Ward—Two members of Common Connell:
Second Ward—Three members of Common Council.
' , Third Ward—Four members of C moron Council.
Fourth Ward-;Four members of Common Connell.
Fifth Ward—Two members of Con , rnon Cennell.
Sixth Ward—Two members of DYnmon Council.
Seventh Ward—Two Members orComruon Council.
Eigh.h Wet d—Two members of Select Council and
two members of Common Couucll.
E 4 4 ,11 or whom sti:l be (patina , : to serve as mem
bers of the House of Representatives of this Com
monwealth, residents of the Wards in which they
shall be elected, and ototlllied voters therein.
At. the election tour belt' as aforesaid. on TIDO-
D AY. the 140 day ofJanuary, A. D. 1869,
The electors of the First W ,, rd shall meet at the
-Public School House to said Ward.
The electors of the S:cono Want shall meet at the
Public School House In said Ward
't he electors of the First Precinct of the Third
Ward shall meet at the Public' School House in said
The electors of the Sond Precinct of the Third
Ward shall meet at the b'use ch Col. George Gerst,
on the corner of East lane and street. -
The electors of
Prechici. of the Fourth
Ward shall meet at the Sandusky Street Public
The electors of the Second Preclitet of the Fourth
Ward shall meet at the boube of John Gordon. cars
tier Of Chestnut and Main eireets.
The electors . fthe Filth Ward shall meet at the
Public School House, corner of Chanters and Fay
ette kr -.ls.
The electors of the Sixth Ward sh-11 meet at the
Public School Bowie, corner of Chanters and Juni
The electors of the Seventh Ward shall meet at the
Lutz House ' In said ward
Ti.e,olectors of the Eighth Ward shall meet at the
Public Schou. llou.e of said Ward.
"...es In testimony whereof I have hereunto set
/L. linhyla t u c d on a na s : a o l f u Sa t n b u e a e r l y tY l ° n r the yearour Lord ono thousand eight hun e dred. and
ogrIMI 07 CITY ENGIN-LER AND cozy Wron, tt
Pittsburgh. Jan. S, MU. f.
NOTICE TO CONTIR.ACTOIIB.
Healed Propossls for the construction of.a
Boardwalk, on the f•lluir,ng named Streets, will
be rvcctved .t. ,hla (Mee until Monday, January 18.
11360: On the Cre , nsburgplac trdn Forty-North
street to Winebldtile street, on • Winebbidle to Si,
Paul Ftreet, on St. Paul sire,, to Main s rect. ou
Main *Tree!. to Elm street. The Committee reserve
the right 10 reiuCt any, or all, bids.
JA7 . c3JH. . MOURN •
1. City Enalneer.
f.IT — Lo
'EN ofin ion WIN-
Doti, SITADE—We are now manufacturing
this article of a cnaltty superior in finish, pad at
prices lower than can be had or my Eastern manu
facturers. Dealers will ffuil it tothels. Interest to
examine our goods before purchasing elsewhere.:.
sioja ;40 wad A 8 tilsth tit, formerly et•
JOilM M. COOPER ._.-
JOS. SAYE agony BM.
JOHN M. COOPER & CO.,
BRASS FOTTIIMJERS, •
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
Munisemen of PUMPS AND BRASS. NlTolllki_o_
AND TUBING, of dealers OAS FIXTUILEZ
Corner of Pike and Walnut Streets,
pERCEVAL BEICKET'r i •
And 'Solicitor of Patents.
(Late of F. F. W. A Ci Rallway.)
Office, No. 7.9 FEDERAL STREET, Room No. X
np stairs. P. 0. Box 50-ALLEWIENY CITY.
IifACHIERY, of andcripons, MILL DRAW
BLAST FURNACE ROLLING MILL DRAW.
INDS furnished. Particular attention paid to de.
signing COLLIERY LOCOMOTIVES. Patents con
fidentially solicited. *if' An EVENING DRAW.
INO CLASS for mechanics every WEDNESDAY
•a 1/ aNT N - STONE, ste.
HYDRAULIC CEMENT DRAIN PIPE.
Chearieet and beat Pipe In the market. Also, 80/313NDALIC
/313NDALIC DYDRADLTC Czarina for sale.
R. B. di fiItOCKETT & CO.
°Mee and Manufactory-240 REBECCA ST.,
Allegheny. air Ordereby mall promptly attended
.711 - achino Ston4 Works,
Northwest corner of West Commini, Allegheny..
ATVATER B. CO.
Have on band or prepare on short notice Hearth
and Step Stones,for Sidewalks, Brewer?
Vault% to. Head and Tomb Stones. as.
prdeis promPtly giecatal. Prices ;cannabis
' 7 VOR 13:AM 7 RztAr, ESTATE."
OR SALE: -
Acre atlVonds Run.
Acres a unimproved, East Lfterty.
ei Acres, on Troy Hill.
2 P:crev on Greensburg Pike.
• Et Acres On Pour Mile Run Boa .13j
P. C. R. 11.
72 Aereanear P. F. TV, kC. It.
118 Aers near Pa. H. R.. Westmoreland county. ;
90 Aerates% HUI Side Stat . tcn. Pa. R. R.
4 Farms In Preston county, West Virginia
11413 Acre in Armstrong county, underlaid with
108 cieS and good improvtratnts, in Trumbull
900;Acres -of TLutber land, sthis Saw Mill and
Hu k ose and Lot on Center Avenue, near Kirk.
House end Lot on Vieroy street.
' House and Lot in Last Liberty.
House and Lot in 31ansileld.
House and - Lot on Carroll etreet, Allegheny.
House and rnt on 8 ,- aver Ile. •
2 Houses mud 4 Lots. very elms(' on Vine street.
1 Lots, very cheap,' on Vise street.
Rooms Franklin streeß obe rtsl Hou-e of and 2 Lots on Rr St.
Farms in.illinols,ldissouri and West Virginia.
Coal Lands In Allegheny, Westmoreland, Fayette
and Beaveecounties lu Penna.
2 Houses of 9 Rooms in the 17th ward; rent $3OO
3 do. of 3. do. do. 17th do. d 0.144
,of 3 , do. do. , 13th do. do. • 156
3 do. • Of g do. do. Sth do. do. 360
1 do. - ore do, do: Bth do. do. 300
.11. do. , or 9 ; do. do. 2d do. do. 600
1 do, of 3 , • do. do. 63t, 00. do. 193
1 do. hts , do. do: Oth do. do. 240
'l l do. or do. do: 77th - 'do. do. 108
. do. 1011, do. do. 2d do.
. do. • orAc t i do. Grant street.
The'Rona es at I have for rent will be rented
!Tyr tosoo ienanta fq!.he balance cd the
• ,upxy AT
De P. ItATCIPS REAL ESTATE OFFICE
'No. 91 'Front St., Pittsburgh.
CHOICE LANDS FOR S A T.E;
Union Pacific Railroad Comp
Lying along the Line of their road, at
$l,OO TO 0,00 PER ACRE,
And en a CREDIT 0! FM TEAM,
Poe farther paitienlars, amps, do., address
JOHN P. 111EVEHEPX,
,/ Land Commissioner, Topeka, llama .1
Or MIAS. B. LAMBOWN, See y,
pIIBI f IC SALE OF
VALUABLE COAL WORKS.
will off .r at public sale onitt'EDNESDAY. Jan.
20:8, 1869, my •COAL WORKS. slim:tied on the .
IS. ,t J. di. 89 miles east of Columbus, at, (4m.
'bridge. Itnernsey county, Ohio, connoting of a
lease of 170 Acres of Coal, hayi , g99 years to run
front June, 1868; sell! 004 to Si feet thick, of good
onsil y, with all necessary apPurt. liancrs for doing
a No. 1 bnslness. The sale Is peremptory, an. , the
Works will. be disposed of to the With 'at budder.
WiTLIOUT ttnith-Orkt. On day or sale all passenger
[rjas will stop at the Works to let air any partles
that may with to attend It. Far furtl.er Information
apply t, or ad- ress w - at Columbus. Ohio, B. L.
IVII,LIAMa, or CROFT t PHILLIPS, Ilea! Estate
Agents, No. 139 Fourth street.
.5. B.—lf desired by the purchaser, a good portion
of coal will be taken In part payment. 136:4:74
VALUABLE OAKLAND PROP
ELT Y *NOR SALE. A neat. well built cottage
house. convententir arranged and In good order.
portico In front. wide Lall. large parlor. bay win
dow, library, martin mantles, chambers, dining
room kitchen. large cellar, attic rooms. elitern.
etc. Lot 100 feet front on Charles street by 200
deep, Concord grape vises, young fruit trees. forest
shade trees, . a fine view of the Monongahela ricer
and surrounding country. situate s minutes' walk
from street care, In desirable location a .4 good
neighborhood. S. CUTHBERT &BONS,
AS 85 Smithfield street.
FARM -FOR SALE —Containin _
106 ACRES, two Miles northwest of Salem,
Ohio.. Three '644 Orchards, sugar Camp, Ham,
Dwelling House, Carriage House and other out
beildings.' Will exchange for city pro . perty. Terms
easy. For full particulars inquire of
On the Premises
FOR. SALE & TO LET.--Houses
and Lots for este In all parts of the city and ea
ourbe. Also, WOOLENAR.II2 In good locations.
Also, a small PACTORY..wIth 20 acres
ofland.•and good Improvements, which I will sell
cheap and on reasonable terms. Business Houses
to let on good streets. Private Dwelling Houses fox
rent In both cities. For further par_tionlars inquire
lan . 110 Grant street. opposite Cathedral.
GAS AND, STEAM FITTING
BAILEY, FARREL & CO.,
LEAD AND BLOCK TIN PIPE,
- SHEET LEAD,
WATER, GAS AND STEAM GOODS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
No. 167 Smithfield St., Pittsburgh,
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE that
On the 4th day of idnuary. A. D. DIM a
Warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against the
DI Pittsburgh, in the county of Allegheny. and
State of Pennsylvania, who has been adjudged a
bankrupt on his own , 'petition; thrt the payment of
any debts and delivery of any property belonging to
such bankrupt to him or for his use, and the trans
fer of any property by him are forbidden by law:
that a meeting of the c'edifors of the said bank
rupt, to prove their debts and to choose one or more
assignees of his estate, Will be held at a Court of
Bankruptcy,•to'be holdei6t the of:ire of the Regis
ter, No. 93 Diamond street, Pitt.Arirgh. before
SAISLUEL HARPER, Esq., I:veister. on the lzt (la
of February, A. D, 180 , 9.; at 10 o'clock A. N.
T IS 7'o GIVE NOTICE Thp.t
on the 1s day of January. A. D. lis69', a war
rant in Bank runterwas issued against thd'es tate of
'WILLIAM S. FORSYTHE, of Plitsiirgh, In the
county of Allegheny and State of Pentia'ylvania, who
has been adjudged a Bankrupt, on, his own petition:
that the payment of any debts and delivery of any
property belonging to such Banlerupt, to him or for
his use. and the transfer of a2F property by him. are
fond:idea by law: that a meeting of the creditors of
the said - Bantrupt, to prove their debts, and to
choose one or more assignees of his estate will be
held at a Court ofliankrriptc,. to be holden at the
ofdde of the •Register. No. 93 Diamond street, In
the city Of Pittsburgh, before SA3fUEL HARPER.
Esq , Register,* the 33d day of January, A. D.
1869, at 10 o'clock A. as.
THOMAS A. nowtEr.
Jae: / U. N. Marshal, as Messenger.
THIg HI TO GITENOTICE THAT
/on th e 6th day of .lanuarv. A. D. 186% a
Warraottn ilankruptcy Was ifautd asfaluat.the
ESTATE OF ROBERT A. 111011111SON,M
Of Allegheny City, In the county of Allegheny and
State of Pennsylvania, who has been adjudged a
Bankrupt, on his ownpetition: that the payment of
any debts and delivery cf any property belonging to
such Bankrupt to him or for his use, and the trans
ter of an , ' property by him, are forbidden bylaw:
that a meeting of the creditors of the. said Bank
rupt, to Drove their debts, and to choose one or
more assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court
. I to be holden at No. 116 Federal
street, Allegheny City, Allegheny county, Pa., be
fore JOHN P RVIANCE, Esq., Register, on the
23th day of Fe ruary, A. I). 1800, at 10 o'clock
THIS IS TO . GIVE NOTICE That
on the 4th day of Januuary. A. D. 1869,
a Warrant In Bankruptcy was leaned against the
Of Allegheny City, in the County of Allegheny, and
State of Pennsylvania, who has been adjudged a bank
rupt, on his own - petition; that the payment of any
debts and delivery of any property belonging to such
bankrupt to him or for his' use, land the transfer ofany
property by him are forbidden by law; that a meeting
of the creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their
debts, and to chouse one or more assignees of his es
tate, will be . held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be
holden at the office of the Rtlgistrr, No. 93 Dia
mond street. in the city of Pittsburgh, before SAM
UEL HARPER, Esq., Register ,on the 4th day of
Februa:y, A. D. 1869. at lii ' o'clock A. M.
THOMAS A. ROW LEY.
U. S. hdarshal. as Messenger.
St. LtkillB. liffssonri
Mills IS TO GIVE NOTICE that
-A- on the 4 it (lac of January, A. D. 1809, - Ij. war
rant In banki Uptey was Issued against the estate of
THOMAS WALTER DAY )
Of Allegheny city, in the county of Allegheny and
State of Pennsylvania. has been adjudged
a b inkrupt, on bls ONTII petitiOn; that the payment
of any debts and delivery of anfproperty bitonglng
to such bankrupt to him or for. his nse, and ttid
transfer of any property by I are forbidden by
law; that a meeting of the creditors of the Bald
bankrupt to prove their debtsru3d to cho)se one or
More Assignees of his estate, ir t lii . be held at a Conn
of Bankruptcy, to be hAuen at No. 116 Federal
street, Allegheny City, Allegheny county, reran.,
before JOHN N. PURVIANCE, Esq., Register, on
the /iith day ofFebruar7,-A. D. 1809, at 10 o'clock,
N THE DISTRICT COURT OF
AllyghenT Cow' tatv3f PenuylvatO,yar-
'aloe b:'Equity. , J
109anuary Terra, 1869
Ann BoLo.hip and Agnes liohiship verses Jane
Campbell, Henry Campheil, Edward Campbell. sum.
net S. rh.ehis and Dal Met Shields his wife, James
C. Pearson and Wm, Wilson and Emily Wilson his
' wire, heirs of Jane t amp's, II; need; tleorge Knox.
In. it. Knox, E. C. Dewey and Sarah Dewey hie
wile, Jam.- s cox. Martha Knox. Mrs. A. nM. Da
vidson stud Jane K. Mc ALI “er, hel , s of 'Hugh litrox.
deceased: Jamey Knox, George Knox and smith
Knox, heirs of William Knox, deed; James Knox,
Samuel B. Knox, George Knox Ann Armstrong,
Jo-. 0 M. Kirk, James Kirk, William F. 'Kirk, John
Marshall and Nancy his wife Daniel Kieser and
Sandi D. his wife, Airs. Elizabeth Burnett, Philip
Deltrich and Mary his wife, George - F. Kirk. Aaron
Brooks and Ann K. has wife, anti William M. Doty
; and the issue of his wife Jane Doty, dnc'd; -Mercy
Lowell George Crownover, Johu midge and. Has
nail his wife, James Crownover, Robert Crownover,
Lucretia Peaseiv, Alizarin Skenkle and Almira his
wife, Mary Mann, John K. Be - I:tett, Josephine S.
Sennett, Isaac J.. Bennett, George..M. Bennett,
haacJenklnson, Wm. D. Frazee and Renecca his
,e Thomas Atinshall, George It. Annabel!, Bola..
P. Wristlet! and Byram L. Mlashall, heirs of Gel.
Knox. deed. Heirs at law of Agnes Knox, dec'd,
late of theclty of Pittsburgh.
Bill filed be plaintiff., for the partition or sale of
the real estate of Agnes Knox., Geed. late ofthe city
of Pittsburgh Pa , who riled in 1854, The reat es
tate consist of two lots on Fifth street, (now Fifth
•venue) in the city of Pittsburgh, .oae fronting on:
Ft thavenu: about one hundred fret and' on Market
Street about th'rty' feet, and the other fronting on
Fif. h avenue about twenty.two feet and ru• ning
heck atone Market alley about thirty feet; on which
are erected one brick and three seamy buildings.
The heirs of w ildam Knox, deed, who was a broth
er of Agnes Knox, and have the one-fifth later, st in
Bald property, are unknown: Oneol his sons. James,
weeniest heart from. lived near Cincinnati, Ohio.
The defendants above named are notified and re
quired to cause an appeura , ce to be entered for teem
In said (your, and to answer said blil, on or before
the 40 Monday of January, '18c.9. or In•dafault
thereof the hill will be taken pro eonraso, and a de
cree made against them lu their abet:Lice.
Br order of Court, this the 2(1 day or January
A. D. 1800. •
RPHANS COURT SALE.-Hy
Virtue of an order or the Orphan's Court of
A .rcheny County will be exposed at PUBLIC SALE
on the premises, In the city of Pittsburgh. on
RELENESDAY, JANUARY 27th 1882.
At 10 o'clock A. M., the following described teal es
tate, late tne property of ItUßtatT LAFFERTY:
dec'd, all that UPSIEBaiII
HOUSE AND LOT ON WYLIE STREET,
Between .Federal and Chatham Streets, haying a
front of 24-feet on Wylie street. and, ff.tending
back preserving the Salntl width 00 fect7 inches to
an alley 4 feet ide. and havlne. erect‘d thereon a
three story brick dwelling house with three story
back building and a brick stable in the rear.
ALbo--Three lota un Bedford avenue, each having
a front of 40 fee: and extending back 100 feet to
Ponta, alio) a d haying erected thereon large frame
and brick - tenement liou4. s, Also, a tenement
house at the rear or lots on Poplar alley.
ALSO, ON THIIRSD VT, 'JANUARY 28TH. 1209,
A -house and lot on Robinson street. netween
Sandusky street and Anderson stieet. In the Fourth
,ward. Allegheny etty; said lot haying a front of Al
fret 3 Inches on Robinson street and extending back
prest ming the same width 110 feet to Studd.art's
alley; on which is erected a „large three story brick
dwelling with back building nail a mailer one on
the rear of lot on Stoddants alley
A.1.50--A house and lot adjoininlng the last de
scribed lot. said lot having a front on F.obinson
street of 01 feet 3 Inches and extending back pre
serving the same width 110 feet to an alley; on
which is erected a large three story brick dwelling
house and a smaller one on rear of lot unatodelart's
TE.nms OF SALEL—on sale of the property
in Pittsburgh one hall balance in alt menthe.
On sole of the property in Allegheny city one- third
cash, balance in six months.
Purchasers wilt be required to ray one hundred
dollars on day of sale upon each piece of property
bought by them. JAMES .D. Kit LLY.
lalitea&V 711 a.T ' Admitistrator.
OTICE.—An application will
be made for the pardon of ti MAI coNotax
DAL , lEL IIcgARICY; convicted of r, Wring
stolen goods. Ja6:4B
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
B. LYON, -
Seater of Weights and /lessons,
No. 8 FOURTH ritHET,
Qrctars promptir attended too
ESTATE OF FERDINAND BtiENSEEE,
TIrOMAS A. IWWLEY,
U. S. Marshal, as Dlesbengc,
THOMAS A. ROWLEY,
S. 314rshal. as Messenger
ESTATE OF ISAAC BROOME,
TEIO3IAS A. ROWLEY,
11. S. Marah.l. as 'Messenger
L.B l JACOB H. RAT.TER.
WHITE A - SLAGLE.
Attorneys for rtaintlff.
I Between Liberty Slid Berry streets
NEW OPEU . ,HOI . JSE. . .
Lessee,W V. RINI:MESON.
Manager., /....M. W. CANNING,
Saturday Aftercnou. 'land 'y 9, 1899, ..,
For which or a, loi win f e preeented
THE c..H.;.H4T °NII-1E II e.A I:TH.
I Caleb Plummer
' put / Mr. Conldoek..
:Sat , Irday Evening, last time of the bcaulllul r....-
mance of the /
/ WILLOW COPSE.
Lute Flel4rfg ' Hr. Couldock.
hose '.' OiS3 t 4 ultioek.
To conelude with the great .11%.4.1.“ of
! / THE 11)10T Nrri Ils ErS.
_No Evening—L i ll...RA .t,
'...:-..44.-1121PFTTS1.1117ii1G TVi E4TI:E.
W. WILLIAsiF sole Lesere Lnd 3tanager.
Flattering succrs9 of the wonderfel
3l'lle Gertrude an I r tlnTzoupenr
L EA RN t. 1.) QUADRUPEDS:.
The Miniature Circus. .
Tilt. FLyi 41 IitENCW TILE &c., &c..
Lad its Matinee this dar at :dig P. El.
kr ces of A 4/1111if.i011....50t; Reserved seats, '3sn.
Pox office open daily nom tO A. 31. to 4 P. li.
FIFTH AVENUE. betweensinithileld and Wood
streets;, opposite Ond Theatre. ,
Aar Open Day and Evening, all the year round.
Admission. %Scents: Cioildrsn, 1.8 cents.,
MERCAIIi TILE LI BRARY
JOHN B. GOUGH
Will Deliver his New Lecture.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Tuesday Evening - , January 12,1809.
Tickets, 50 cents. Reserved Seats 25 cents
Reserved Seats will be cold at the Academy or
SATUIIDAY EVENING, 9th inst., at 7%
C:H'ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Mh.X. STARKOSCHYias much pleasure In an
nouncing the first and onlp aoinearance of-the world
renJwacd American Prima Donna,
Miss Clara Louise Kellog,
IN TWO GRAND CONCERTS.
Wednesday and Thursday Evenings,
13th and 14th of January.
In order to make these Concerts the most brilliant
and varied ever given in Pittsburgh, toe manage
ment have engaged the eminent Plaao Virtuesa,
lIPLLE ALMA TOPP,
Who. with Figs. LOTTI, PETRILLI and ICOPTA.
will assist Miss KELLOGG at, these Concerts.
Sig. STEFANONI Mllbles , Director
Admission $l. -Reserved Seats 51,50. Gallery
The “Kellogg Ticket (mice' 19 at H^llor•s Music
Store. whP re the snle of reserr d srs's• will cum-.
mew% Gn SATURDAY oth. at 9A. L.
111Zr"ORPHANS' FAIR. •
BASEMENT OF CATHEDRAL..
The splendid newly organized Cathedral B
Band will enliven the Fair every. evening. -
rj PROF. CARPENTER'S
FASHIONABLE DANCING ACADEMY.
No. 75 THIRD STREET, is now open for . the re.
eeptlon of pupils: Class days and hours—for La.
dies, Masters and Misses. Wednesday and Saturday,
at 2S o'clock P. M. For - Gentlemen—Tuesday ani
Friday Evenings, at 8 oiclo:k. Private lessons.
given. Circuiars can be had at the Music Stores
and at the Academy. Classes out of the eity,L
convenient, attended to.
Hall to let to Select Parties
WINES, .LIQUORS, &a
PITTSBURGH IMPORTING HOUSE.
SCHMIDT & FRIDAY
IMPORTERS OF FOREI' OS
WINES AM) LIQIJOItSe x
o. 409 Penn Street, Pittsburgh,
WOuld direct the attention of the public to the fact
that, po•sessing super sor facilities through several.
large Wine and Liquor Houses in Ecrope, au`
making their Importations direct, they are enabled
to offer the various grades of choice WINES AND
LIQUORS at prices less than Eastern rates. Ex
amnations of qualities and comparison of priced
choice assortment of pure OLD RYE 7711121-
KEY constantly on hand
JOSEPH- S: FINCH & CO.,
11os. 185, 187089, 191.193 and 195,
FIRST STREET, PITTSBURGH,
Copper Distilled Pure Bye Whiskey.
Also, dealers in FOREIGN WINES and ',union.
ocips..tc. , m 10411152
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This valuable treatise on the cans e and cure o
premature decline, shows how heal Hits impaired
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how easily regained. It gives a clear eynopslool
the impediments to marriage, the cause and effects
of nervous debility, and the remedie s therefor." A.
pocket edition of the above will be foi warded oa
receipt of 15 cents, by addressing Doctor CUR—
TIS, No. 58 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Md.
MANHOOD: HOW -LOST S HOW
RESTORED! Just published instilled envel
ope. Pries, air cents. A LECTURE ON TEM
NATURAL TREATMENT. and Radical Cure or
Sperznatorrhoza, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary
Emissions, Sexual Debility and impediments to Mar ,
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BOON TO THOUSANDS OE' SUFFERERS,' , seat
under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, part
paid,- on receipt of six cents,•or two postage stams.
to CHAS. J. C. KLINE 147 BOWERY
NEW YORK, YOSTOFFICE , BOX 4580. Aldo Dr.
Culverwell's . 'Marriage But. e, Price AD cent&
ADJ.' CE tf, YOUNG MEN ABOUT
Essays for Yoiang Men,
On the Errors, Abuses and 'Diseases incident to
Youth and Early Hanttimt with
math f a
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SOCIATION. Box. Phll.l.lnhla. Pa. se22:xac.di6r
°HEAP BREAD IN DEAR-TINS&
Enquiro for WARD'S 13road.
Tt e largest and best. The Initials "ff. W." on
every loaf. Take none else. ,
IFLOOII OIL CLOTHS—We have
In stock a large assortment astyles and va
r ~n widths of thoroughly seasoned Floor Olt
Cloths, which we are offering to toe wholesale. and
retail trade at prices lower. taktne quality Intocon
sideratlon, than can be had to this city. •
J. & H. PcTILLIPS,
1/0 and As blxin 6treets.