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Court of Quarter Sessions—Judge Mellon.
Court met at the usual hour yesterday
'morning, Judge Mellon on the bench.
The jury in the cage of the Common
-Nrealth vs. Baptiste Dotte, Bernard Hoff-
Mani Peter Grant and Henry Kramer, in
dicted for riot, the facts of which have been
previously published, returned a verdict of
not, guilty and directed that the defendants
pay the costs. •
VERDICT OF GUILTY.
I i the-cage of Commonwealth vs., Geo.
Forsythe, indicted for indecent assault. re!
ported yesterday, the jury found a verdict
of guilty of assault. The Court sentenced ;
the prisoner to pay a fine of live dollars and
costs of prosecution.
In the case of the Commonwealth vs. Jo•
seph Lofink, Jr., indicted for selling liquor
on Sunday, a nolle prosequi was entered,
and the accused discharged upon payment
David Hobaugh, arraigned upon two in
dictments for assault and battery, his wife
and daughter being the prosecuting wit
nesses, was tried and the jury returned
verdicts of guilty in both cases. The pris
oner was sentenced to pay a fine of one dol
lar and the costs of prosecution in each case.
L. Wolf, indicted for illegal liquor sell
ing, Wm. Shore prosecutor,
was tried and
the jury returned a verdict of not guilty,
directing that the prosecutor pay the costs.
ACIGRANATED ASSAULT AND BATTERY.
William Norris was arraigned on an in
dictment for aggravated assault and bat
tery, James Ford prosecutor, and plead
not guilty. It appears that the parties
worked together in Wood's Iron. Mill, and
that they got into a fight, during which
the prosecutor was knocked down. The
jury returned a verdict of not guilty, and
the costs were divided between the parties.
FELONIOUS ASSAULT AND BATTERY.
In the case of Rtley Jackson, indicted for
felonious assault and battery, Alfred Cooper
prosecutor. reported yesterday, the jury re
turned a verdict of not guilty of the felony
- charged in the indictment, but guilty of un
lawful cutting. The prisoner was remand
ed for sentence.
The time for which the jurors in attend
ance were summoned having expired, they
were discharged with the thanks of the
Court. A new panel will be presented on
—President Johnson has filled all the va
cant cadetships at West Point.
—A dispatch from HarriSburg reports
Governor Geary seriously ill with erysipe
—No organized opposition is being made
to the re-election of Mr. Tipton as United
States Senator from Nsbraska.
—Samuel Tryon. cigar manufacturer at
. Westfield, Mass., has failed for $50,000; as
sets about twenty-five percent.
—Secretary McCulloch has ordered the
regrinding of mutilated paper currency to
cease. Hereafter it will be burned.
—At the caucus of Republican members
of the Minnesota Legislature, Mr. Ramsey
was nominated for reelection as United
—The chairman of the Board of Directors
of the Kansas Penitentiary, T. C. Sears, is
charged' with fraudulently obtaining a
voucher for $3,218.
—General Arthur St. Clair Mulholland,
a distinguish'ed Irish American officer in
the late war,ihas been appointed Chief of
Police of Philadelphia.
—lnternal revenue receipts are increas
ing, and ; for this month will reach twelve
million dollars. £he receipts for customs
will also be very heavy.
—Smith's paper mill, in Sey moor, Conn.,
was burnt on Monday night. A man named
Amass Trowbridge perished in the flames.
Doss, $40,000; insured for $14,000.
= —The Deinocratic members of the Maine
= Legislature last night in caucus nominated,
as their candidate for United States Sena
tor, Hon. A. P. Gould, of Thomaston.
--Gen. Stoneman, in his testimony before
the Congressional Reconstruction Commit
tee acknowledged that he was a candidate
for the position of Supreme Judge of Vir
—A bore of six feet in depth through the
Hell-gate rocks, thirty-five feet beiciw the
surface of the water, in New York harbor,
• • has been successfully accomplished by
Shelbourn's apparatus. -
-Facts are stated throwing discredit on
the story Andrew Reed, the western mer
chant, who alleges that he was chloro
formed and robbed of five thousand dollars
at Earl's hotel, New York.
—A meeting of the prominent merchants
of Boston has been held, and a committee
appointed to take the necessary steps to
memorialize Congress for a renewal of the
Reciprocity Treaty with Canada.
—Andrew Reed, a dry goods merchant
from the West, _was chloroformed and
robbed, while asleep in his room, at EarPs
House, in New York, on Tuesday night.
Loss five thousand dollars. No arrests.
" —The use of the Wisconsin Assembly
Chamber has been tendered on Monday
'evening, and successive evenings, fora dis
cussion of the itical issues of the day by
the rival candida pol tes for United States Sena
i —The funded debt of the city of Phila
, delphia is nearly thirty-seven million del
tars. The receipts from taxes last year
amounted to nine and a quarter millions,
and there were expended 'nearly eight
—The Hampshire woolen mills, owned
by Little and Eltantoq, at Huntington, Mass.,
were totally destioyed by fire Thursday
night, together with a large lot of manufac
tared goods. Several adjoining buildings
were also destroyed. Loss f 75,000.
• —The Board of Trade, of Toronto, held a
special meeting Wednesday night to con. alder the Huron and Ontario 'Ship Canal
. scheme. R. solutions were passed eon
; demning the scheme and advocating the
enlargement of the Welland Canal.
--In_lidonroe, Green county, Wisconsin,
4 ; Angelina Shroyer shot and killed Patrick
Crotty, who seduced her two years ago, re
,: fused to maintain their child,-.and was in
:. salting her when she fired at him. She is.
now in jail, but the people sympathize
—A boiler in George Wood's brush handle
shop, at Elizabethport, N. J., exploded
yesterday morning. The boiler was thrown
into Winans dr Bros. tin shop, two hun
dred feet distant, kiiling Benjamin H. Wl
nans, the proprietor, and John Regan, of
Berger, N. J., a boatman, and seriously
wounding Stanley Miller and four others.
—The Railroad Committee of the New
York State Senate yesterday asked for in
. struetions relative to the refusal of an Erle
director to answer certain questions as to
; the disposition made of a large amount of
additional stock, which ho claimed was be.
yond the scope of the investigation ordered '
by the Senate. By a vote of fourteen
against thirteen the Senate tabled the
• I—A London paper states that Minister
Johnson responded to a query from the
Eniigration Society regpecting the natural
- "Zenon or British- subjects in America, as
follows; “You will have no difficulty what
trier if you become citizens of America and
return to your own country, on being
called upon to do any act here on the
,ground that you owe any allegiance to the
:"Government of England. Whenever you
return here you will be clothed with the
protection of America, as much as if you
had been horn in America. We consider
you-in point of law a citizen born with us,
entithil to all our rights. and that Ave are
under obligations to protect you the 'saute
as we would-those born ou our SOU."
GRAND CLOSING OUT SALE
Of a Flrst;Class Dry Dodds Store.
ALL THE GOODS in the corner a tore. No 100
Ohio street. Alleebent City. Sales positive to titift
tinsinem. Fixtures and L.., yearn' Irtt Porn Aoril
Ist, 1864, 1 r,•ftle, and the entir. stock comp.:l.'lllg
a general - variety or Dry Goods, Nottp, tors.
Carotte, Window Phad,s, Oil Gogh, Be. 1 he shove
stork 11l he gold pr,sttivt.ly• without reserve. The
sole to cowl:hen. c forthwith and continue from thy
to clay, until all Is sold entirely out. Oue sBB Singer
Sewing wurrao , ied, tor sale cheap Don't
forget the Place. No. 'lOO 1010 street, Allegh..ny
City. Also one brick house with tour zooms torrent,
Lot East Lane.
Jal6:tfl. JAMES GOSLING.
F OR THE UWE! LING PART OF H )Ir,,E no. 48 IN)ChTII
fora dentist,JE.a..ll o tofr Li3.i flak Pittbborgb. salable
4c an or sumo puidlc office.
"ply co b. CUTIIIIERI
Ja.s 83 SMltlitleld stre.t.
FLOUR. -- 100 barrels Staring
Wheat, Lewiston Mills, to arrive by. Call, for
1.16 ISAIAH D'CREY & CO.
L - 1 tit CORN.-92 sacks now
landlogfrotn etesmrr Grey Earls. f , r sale by
1:416 ISAIAH DII'KEY &CO.
9000 ..upinELN OF PEACH
DEL ING4B BTEVEPRHOL
ittiolt AbS K,_allEL4 OF SORGIIIMI
' DiLLINGIZI 2 4 lITZVILyncus.
Uros the latest railway dis l aster in this
vicimty, the New York Trawrie remarks as
"The "Pan-Handle" Railroad approaches
Pittsburgh from the West by sharp curves
and embankments on the very brink of
the river. After storms or freshets, its
trains are always liable to great danger
hero from the sliding away or washing
away of the track. No one ca know this
better than the officers of the road, and
they have had warnings enongh of the
gravest nature, to make thei neglect to
have the track so thoroughly watched at
such seasons that an accident like that of
yesterday would be impoisibl- ' an act of
apparently inexcusable crimin-city."
El-z-Anothgr terrible murder h:: been com
mitted in Philadelphia. Thursday night
two men, Joseph Donahue and James
Dempsey got into a quarrel and after a des
perate struggle Donahue drew a pocket
•knife and cut Deriipsey's throat from ear
to ear, causing death in a few moments.
Donahue was promptly arrested and con
fessed his crime. but insists the act was
done under great provocation and in self
DR. SARGENT'S BACKACHE PILLS
The most efficient DIURETIC, for treatment of
all complaints" r suiting from weakness and de range-
went of the Kidneys such as pains and weakness 'n
the Back or Loins; Gravel, Dropsy, Incoatlnance
of Urine, Stranguary. Inil f ammatlon of the Kidney',
&c., &c. DR. SARGENT'S BACKACHE PILLS
eau be used with perfeci safety In all eases In dill-
dreit as well as adalts 7 Upwards of thirty-seven
Sears• expe:lence has Proven this medicine to be
th most uniform and efficient Diuretic ever digcov-
ered, besides being to the'form of sugar coated
tint:lag them easy to take, J am.' not being a purga
live, never interferes Ith the regular dllicharge of
duties. These Pills can be had at wholesale and
retail from the Proprietor
GEORGE A. KELLEY,
OORNER OF WOOD STREET AND SEJOID AVE
and from all Draggistil and Dealers In Medicine
50 celits por box
THE MACHINE, CALLED MAN,
Is a very complicated and delicate one, and is more
liable to get out of order, and much more difficult to
repair, than any combination or wheels, and cranks,
and levers. made by the hands of man. As arule, it
is tinkered too much. and Madly tinkered at that. It
Is often calomelized. narcotized, depleted, and oth
erwise ndaused. when ail; that it really needs is a
whol --eine Toole and re-turative like HOSTg.T
TER,S STOMACH BITTER, .o put It in t rop. r
trim aid keep It so. The stomach is ehainefully mal
treated. In the first p ace, tile food willed its Juices
are Intended to d 7 ssolve. is too frequently thrown
into it h , iettly, and la a half mesticated condition.
In which state the gastric arid cannot properly act
111 , 013 it. The res.ilt clyspeysia. Then comes the
doctor, end finding the digestive organs weak and
toe bowels inert, he proceeds to weak-en and p , ra
lyre still more with dristic ptirgalres These fail
, fog—as theyalwaiis do—to produce a salutary cha.ge,
be tell. the invalid that meld-al science can to no
more "or him. !this, with all due deference, Is a
mistake,—one of 'hose mistakes which Taleyrend
said were tantamount toe, Imes. What the dyspep
tic needs is annfgoration. engthen the stoma. b
with HOSTETTER'S BITTERS. and the stomach
wl.l strengtto n ev, ry othsr part of the human ma
chine, and make it, in common parlance, as good as
sew. Upon the state of the digestion depends. In a
measure, the condition of the wh Ic system. NOW,
the Bitters are the most admirable tonic k .own.
'1 hey consist of the finest vegetable iiivigoranta an
restoratives, combined with an unat ulterated
ulaut. The dysp. pile needs nothing else to effect a
Lure, except a light, nutritious diet. and a fair
amount of exercise. Fven in the absence of these
last mentioneo accessories, the tunic and aterative
properties of the preparation will work wonders,
erisollng the dyspeptic to digest Interior fare with
comparative ease and to maintaingc,d habit of
hotly, in splie of the drawback, eta sedentary occu
-THE SOUND OF THE LUNGS. •
One of the most alcurate ways of determining
whether the lungsare in a heeltny or diseased con
dition, is by means of listening to the respiration.
To those experienced in this practice it becomes as
plain an Innex to the state of the longs, and Is as
well ken en to the operator as are the voices of his
most intlinateacqualotances The belleT that long
standing cotulis, and diseases of tie lungs upon
which they are dependent, are incurable, are fast
becoming ousuiete. One great advantage to be
gained from this advance in medical knowledge Is
Ge earlier appliestion of those who become afflicted
With those diseases to some one competent to afford
relief. Ihe error which had taken hold of the pub
lic mind in regard to the carabilityof consumption,
or rather non-c:rability, is fast becoming obliter
ated, and Ills welt that It should be so, not that
persons should lose that salutary fear which would
make them apply for a Unit .y remedy, but that all
might be Induced to use remedies while there is any
hope. It is the delay in these cases that Oils us
with apprehension and alarm, for If every one
would make timely application. of DEC. ICEYSER's
LUNG CURE in the beginning of a cold or ,ccitigh,
few cases would go so far as to become Irremediable.
Sold at the Doe or's great Id (Heine Store, N 0.140
Wood ktreet. WILL rHORTLY RYMOVE TC HIS
NEW STORE, NO. IR LIBERTY STREET, SEC
OND DOOR FROM St. OLLIE: •
- . •
D. • EF.YSEIt'S RESIDENT'.OFFICB FOB
LUNG EXAMINATIONS AND THE TREAT
ME I'OF OBSTINATE CHRONIe DIIEASEs, No.
IMO PENN STREET, PITTeBEIROH, PA. Office
.gottre from 9A. r. , and ham 7to
TO MEET THE (JESTER ‘L AIMEE OF THOSE
who nave been deferred from pureba,lnx unpl after
the drat of the year, we have cvneluded to continuo
GREAT REDUCTION SALE
FOR A FEW WEEKS LONGER. This is pointy's
ly the last oppurtualty to s.eure bargains In
Oil Cloths, Mattings ll &e.
Good Carpets for 25 cents a Yard.
- No. 23 Fifth Street.
PITTSBURGH: .GAZETTE :
lESTAII L ISSFIED 18 4 .5
DRUGGIST AND IMFORTER OF
among which are: Ow
nular lyervescinij Bi.
C'arb.Potassi.Granuldi i .
ter, Granular EtervesL
nulap - EyervescingAis=
True Glycerine AS'pap,
contains 40 per mid.
- World RenownedWx
tracts,all odors. SCiTy'
I7enna Soap, coat zi?~s
3 0 per cent. Glyceiue.
Brecknell's Skin, Si'?ap, ,
used in _England for
over 1 00ye / ars. Broke
don's Bk Carb. AS'oda
P mSed iiz cases of
Acidity of the Stonze:ca.
Low's Superior Soops,
old Brown 'Windsor,
Honey, Glycerine, sr
tle Oil and Elder . Fl@zv
er. .3 E9s: Po
quet, (end iSpermadetti
Tablets. Fine rimy/isle
and French Hair, Tdpth
and _2l ail Brushes, mith
many out-ot Lthe-ula y
Articles hitherto dbY,-
cult to find in one estab
I mported direct lby
Simon Johnston, corner
Smithfield and Foui-th
Avenue 7 Pittsburgh.
BATES & BELL
THE BALANCE OF THEIR
140 W PRICES.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Tobacco, Cigars & Whiskey.
No. 188 Peden - it Street, obore the Market, ;
ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.,
Respectfully announces to hie Mends that he is
now offering his st...mk, conolatinf of the
FINEST CIGARS, TOBACCO, Aft,
And Ike PtiREST LIQUOR!).
RKET LOWER THAN srza OFFENICD IN
Or 4cl:ember the plate,
No. 1 PEDZIIAL BT., ALLSOINZAT OWL PA.
1111 DA It; JA:NUAitY 16; 1E69.
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
'lt i r GOODS
ISO AND IS2
„„At 12M cts. Good Yard Wide 13
At '1214 cts. Heavy Tard
bleached Muslin. .
At 10 cts. Good Shirting Muslin.
At 9 Os. Dark Calicoes.
- At 123 cts. Fast Colored Calicoes,
At 12;4 cts. Wide Linen Towelin
At 1234 cts. Linen Towels.
At 25 cts. Yard Wide Feather Tic log.
At 12M ctn. Good Dark Ginghams.
MUSLINS AND MEETINGS,
CALICOES AND GINGEAMS,
And all Kinds of
IPoniestite Cotton Goods.
Customers need be in no hurry
making their purc6ses, fearing an
advance in prices, similar to what
occurred a year ago, as we have
Plenty 61 goods to der them, bought
before the late advan e
OF THE HOUSE
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
Woolen Goods at a Great Sacrifice.
LARGE STOCK Of YARNS,
In all Co:ors and Qualities.
'ADE .S' AND MISSES' WOOL OSIER Y.
GENTS+ AND-YOUTHS , ONE-HALF HOS&
GLOVES OF EVERY .DESCRIerION,
adies'. &Cents' Wool ts' Merino Underwear;
. HOOP SKIRT
FINE VARIETY OF E3f BILOIDERED AND LACE
Handkerchiefs and Collars.
PAPEit COLLARS AND CUFFS
OF EVERY VARIETY, ! ✓ or Ladles and Gentlemen.
Jobbers will eimeoiallAio well to call on us now,
as we wish to sell mod of our g' ode before corn•
meuclug to take dock.
MACRUM, GLYDE & CO.,
IS and SO Market Street.
SKATES, SKATES, SKATES.
pew York Club,
Empire, Starr, &c.
All other styles and sizes at the very lowest rates
WHITESIDES k Dp[lll,
19 /ZDZILAL 51.. ALLE9H3S/1
WE HAVE PLENTY OF
180 AND 1
NOT1OBS—"To Let," "For dale," "L. 81 ,,
"Wants," "Found." "Boarding." he.. not ea
credi;ul FOUR :LINES each soe/t be inserted in theav
column., once for TWEET Y-Fl VE CENTS; eaci
additional line IVE CENTS. •
WANTED—HELP -At Employ
ment Office, No. 3 St. ClalcStreet, BOY
GIRLS and MEN, for different kinds of employ.
'pent. Persons wanting help of all hinds can be
su plied on short notice, . /
WANTED --BOA RDERS—Pleas
ant roam, wllli'board ; suitable for gent'eman
and wife, or two titing gentlemen at ftS FOlitt'f 11
LTEEET. AlFo, , a few day or dinner boarders can
be see oximoda;ed. Reference required.
WANTED—TO RENT.—Two or
THREE ROOMS OF A SMALL HOITSK.
pleasant location, by a man snd wife; no children.
Good reference. Addrear C., GAZETTE OF. ICE.
$25 000 1 '21°17 ; e t_NA."..,°,n,
to..nty frAopertv. Apply to or g a.,ores• ertj r FT n &
FRILL! , Real Estate .Ageute, 'NO. 139 Fourth
at4OST.—A Diamond - Cross Breast
PIN. The finder will be rewarded bl leaving It
r. MehlEiL'is °thee.
FOR RENT.-4 FIRST CLASS
ALE VAULT. Capacity 1,000 barrels. Ap
ply at 204 PENN 6THZET. jals
Teb o- LET — HOUSE.—Brick House
of four raoms and kitch n. I'oession given
ruarylst. Apply at 107 Clark street. (1513
rro LET.--TWO HANDSOMELY
.L. furnished rooms. stairs. as and ere, one on first
floor. anti one front up Inquire at 199 Third
TO-LET.—House on Manhattan
Street, Allegheny, of five rooms, hall end at
tic. Rent low. Itono.dlate possession will bgiven.
Inquire of JOHNSTONt. JOHNSTON, Attorneys.
No. SI Diatinond Street. Plttsba- eh. dolt
T° - LET.--Dwellinig House, No.
94 Wylie street. coutainlne 12 rooms.-
STORE ROO No. 96 Wylie street, corner of
Pectoral Street. Amy to A. M. BROWN, 96
Wylie street, and 114 Fifth Avenue.
MO LET. — WAR2IFIOILSE:— The
large Four Story WAREHOUsE, 38 Smithfield
'Street, at present ocrupled by. Messrs. T. B. ming.
S, Co. In :be furniture business. Inquire of SIMON
JOHNSTON, corner of siziltbfleid street and le ourth
T 0 LET—WAREHOUSE, No. ISS
tnith Id street. occupied by V. Dlssen as an
up olstlng and furniture store.
Also, to let; 'A large ail warehouse on Hancock
Al.o, a dwelling with 7 rooms. .:
Also, a well finished house with 11 rooms: 'No.
25 Hancock street, 1 oth opposite t.hrtst Ctiurch.
Also, a large house on the co ner of Penn and
Hancock str....t. hiiitablel for offices
Enquire at 277 PENN STREET. al3
FOR RENT.—HOUSE.—A large
RK DOUBLE' HolliiiE, containing large
Double Parlors, Library, Dining Room, Kitchen
and Wash 'louse on lower floor, and sb. d rcoms
and bath room on secoud floor. AllO that 11 , f1 attic,
good cellar with bake• Oren In Ir, together with large
yard ',anted with shrubbery and fruit trees. Hot
and told water rill stiis through tie house. The
hou • e is In viol orili r, finely papered anu painted
throughout. Marble in titleplect sin parlors, libra
ry ono dish g room. Pt 4 5eSSION given at once. Lo
cation in Elevehth (old 'eri nth) ward. For rerms,
Itc., address. G. Z., ca e Box W. Gazette °Mee. ,
FOR SAI.E 4— DESYRABIE WE--
TERN AVENUE RESIDENCY!. located ( n
Westf rn avenue, Al:e.h:ny city. b. tween Rraw. it
str,rt and Irwin art:tulip. Rest !enee—brlck of &&
700M', li ii an.l COl +l', gas tritougnoot and
al. nntsh din nor class .13 , 1 e. Lot 4S by 120 to a
20 root alloy, wl Ibe sot on easy terms. Angle To
&ILLIre, It al Estate Agents, No. 139
I ourtB syenu• . • Jal6
FOR SALE—JO "SINES S STAND—
A well known and rosperous wholesale busi
ness stand, with stock d fixtures, is offered for
sale. Patlaftetory reaso s are given for the dispo
,sal. Apply at 77 WOOD STREET.
FOR SALE—That line two story
brick warehouse. 24 by. 64 feet. situated on
01110 sTitEET, Allegheny city, No. 95, now occu
plel as a t lone and Grain Warehouie. Also, that
two story brick pwelliryt house, 20 by 64 feet. ad
)(ruing the above eontaining six rooms- For
furth.r particulars enquire on the premises of M.
STEEL Sc SON.
FOR SALE— ARM.-200 acres
of good Land, situated In Penn Tp., West
moreland county, two milei from Irwin Station, on
the Penna. It. it. Improvements, hewed log , ouse
In good repair, bank barn and older outbuildings.
Terms moderate. Enquire of W.-WILSON. Lan
i nn . or it A. HttPF.. Prnn Station.
FOR SALlF.—Engine and Boiler
and Smoke Stack. all In good o , .oultur order.
jail H . BW9T6ft. 84-3 Penn street.
I IC, r
No. 37 FIFTH AVENUE,
P. DUFF, Author of Duff's S ystems of Book.
Established twenty-eight years', haying educated
many thousands of 3lerchants, Banker. and Ac
countants In the United States and Canadas to the
Collegeect class Inoucnnd is now the first
In America-to In tr od u cethe new Important
Improvement of comb.nlng that class instruction
with compreht Halve exercise In
By WV. 11. CHARLES P. and RDBERT P. DUFF,
all experienced business aeceuntants, each having
kept books In extensive tirm.. giving our students
the rare opportunity of bee ming at enc. pra•tical
Accountants. lidliFir`d new system of Idercoants'
hianuf.murer's, National Bank, Railroad and
Private Ban ker..
330 01E.X.EMP Ire 0
Splendidly printed to colors by HARPER & BROTH
RIM New York. pp. 400. Crown Oyu., 43 75.
Postage 35c The only w.,rk containing National
Bank and Private Rankers' account.. No other
work of the ti.,l has b..en so unanimously and ems
phaticsily recommended by the press. base
men. by teachers and by thope who base been eau.
cated .rom It. bee our ties. Cir. war, °obtainin g
also lac slmito of Wlt. H. DUFF'S First Premium
ream trisbtp, Medals. ae. Mailed free by
P. DUFF` & SION. Principals.
P. DUFF & SONS,
1241 Seeond Avenue, Pittsburgh,
Commission Merchants. Hantillscturers, Agents,
and Wholesale Dealers In Floor. Gratn. and
. 1 .411 Med. of Produce. Conalrnmsnta
ou ked. Advances made.
/i/pNend Pr sr
Weekly Prlce Cul rent.
BINHUPTCY ?LIVED OU'
'52.00.-T HIS CARD
enUtles' the bearer, on presentation, to
TWO DOLT RI abatement on • calk
purchase 01425.00 at -the great cheap
o?othhig house of
S. C. ftAVEIFWAN,
ORIGINAL BIG NVIEIIikR YI
Sixth Street, late St. Cl
Nobody beat by this establisbment. bat
leg to sill Call and be ennylnced._ All
plainly marked by printed cards, at
'LO WEST CASTE ERIC'
So that no one may ho deceived. ttemel
laic Si.*OF COUNTERFE'TS OF T
WA LL PA PER—REMOT
THE OLD PAPER STORE IN A NEW
W. P. MAIISIIA
Hu removed from ST WOOD STREET to
NO. 191 LIBERTY STB
$ few doors abars IT. CLAM
THREE ACRES OF LAND. hording Is36J;creet
ou Perlllaylvania . •Rallroad, in, La - caster city, Pa..
eruct Oil y
: !dein& Arat.claesollltelincry troll
eruct Oil rank, holding 1201 barr Is. Damsel' yof
ks, 150 barrels per wets, .srlib all uecessary
apparatus, lixtlL es, Ac., In proportion. Alt new
and In perfect urde. The local demand Is over 260 . •
barrels Porweek—WilLbe aerld.with.or ritthout—the_
land, at a low price.
NOS. 91 AND 92 WATER STREET,
Between Market anl Wo t streets, (fronting on
Water eteeet , 4s feet And • unn In g tbroum h 116L1 feet
to First avenue.) Is now for rent. Posiessi to to De
gl:enon the Ist of Sc xt. Ihtx warebnu-e Is
now ocettplel by Doane. Chalfant Ic Co.. Inquire of
J M11E 4 4 ItteAtti.EY,
At Iron City National Bank, Fourth av,enue.
SPANG 4 CO.
PITTSBURGH, December 21. 1868. isatett..s
A r the
• DR. HEWITT
HAS RFMOVIrD ills lIFFICt from 36 'FEDERAL
'bTRI RT, 411. g.,roy, to the utile- o• emote I by the
late Dr. Joseph A. Ihrron, 16 SMiTHKI ELL.
sTREET, Plt.aburgh.- All e,ll, after S o'clock
P. M. mug'. (Pr the present. be made at his board.
log hones, No. - 138 Wabblogton street, uear Flint
avenue. \ • Ja8:0/7
AND BUILDER. All kinds oresrpent. r work done
to order. Orders le, t the shop, No. . 33 F i;i,ToN
STREET, near Web ter, will be promptly nttendedl
UFFICE OF : 11 oNeNciAltr LA %Al OIATION r 0., .
JarillarC - 14 - th. 1e69.
Mr'THE BOARD of MANALGERS
of the MONoNGAIIELA NAVIGATION
COMPANY have this day declaryd a dividend on the
Block of said Company of
for the past slx months, or ONE- DOLLAR AND A
HALF A SHARE, free from D. S. Revenue Tax,
payable to the Stockholders or their legal represen
tatives on and after , the ISth Inst.
PITTSBURGH, January 13[11, 169.
11?rTIIE HOARD of Directors of
the COLMMII/A. OIL COMPArb•Y have this
day declared a dividend. No. 32, of four (4) per
cent. (two (10114 rs per sl arc) on the capital stock.
payable MONDAY, January IRth.
jal4:dl6 A. I.'..3lctilt.ElV, Sec.retarv.
OFFICE OF THE PITTSBURGH GAS CO.,
Januaryry 11, 1889. j
The Trustees nf the Pittsburgh
this day drciartd a dividend of DOLLA •8
AND PlifTs CF.NTB per share, on the capital stock
previous to December 15th. .1868, payable on de
mand at the °Mee of the Company.
yal2:a7 W. H. 31cCLELLA ND, Treasurer.
Bittsburgn, January 6, Mb.
-- "'DIVIDEND.—The Directors
of this Bank have to-day declared a
dead of ,
PILE PER CENT.,
Payable on the 13th, free of tax. •
ja7:rBB ROBERT GRIER. Csahler.
BEN FRANKLIN INSCRANCE CON PAM'. 1
No. 45 Unto Street.
APegheny, Pa,, January 5, 1869.
nrITIE DIRECTORS OF THIS
Company have, this day declared a dividend
TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS
per Share, to be credited on thcfst^c@ Notes.
ja7:eb7 GP.O. D. BIDDLE, Secretar7
MERCHANTS AND 31Axurits NATIONAL RANK. (
Pittsburgh, Jarman &, J 869.
of this Bank have this day declared a divi
FIVE PER CENT.,
On the capital stock out of the profits of the last sit
mouths, payable forthwith. free ^l* all tixes.
Ja6;c7s JOHN hCOTT. Jr., Cashier.
orriez OF ALLEGHENY INIgURANCE CO..
.r.o. 37 Fifth Av. u-e.
PITTSBURGH, January 4, 1869. •
DIVIDEND —The Board of
Directors of this Company have tills day de
clared a dividend of
Twó DOLLARS AND f FIFTY CENTS
ner share, free of tax, payable In cash on and after
Monday, the 11th Inst C. G. DONN ELL,
OFFICE OF ARTIRAN'S INEITEASCE Cn.
.c THE DIRECTORS OF THIS
deed of COMPANY have this day declared a divi-
TWO DOLLARS PER SHARE,
out of the earnings of the last slx months, to be cred
ited on the,stock Notes. J. G. CoFFIN,
Secret , iv
frOFFICE OF THE NATIONAL
INSURANCE COMPANY. , -eorner of Fed
eral atr,.ec and Slnekto4 Avenue, Allegheny. - -
DIVIDEND.—The Directors of this compiny
have declared a dividend of ONE DOLLAR AS.O
FIFTY Cif.NTS per share, tree of tax, n.yable'lli
cash to the Stockholders on and after MONDAY,
Jal2:d9 JAMES E. STEVENSON, Secretary.
• A LLSGIIENY NATIONAL BANK, t
PITTSIII:itGIi, January 4th. 1.8e9: f
ig"THE HOARD OF DIREC.
10113 of this Rank have declared a ellvl•iend.
of five p•-r cent. on ill: Csiotal Stock ou , of the
nroll , s of the last tlx months, payahle forthwith
free of all tax.
J ,6:c410 W. 3 PCANDLESS. Assistant Cashier.
ay - QUARTERLY DIVIDEND.—
FIRST. NATIONAL' DANK, Pittsburgh. i.
Pa., late PITTSBURGIf TRUST COMPANY. The
Directors of this Rink have this day declared atilvt
derld of three per cent. on the capital stock qut of
the pronts of the last three months; paylable forth
with. free of State and Government tax.
jas:c..M J. D. SCIIIZY.
'lns=Barr, TT. WAY .NE & CHICAGO R. R. Co?
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.
PITTSBURGH. D. cetnber 15. 1868. C
Ia*THE BOARD OF DIREC
, TORS of this Compadv have declared the
restalas (217ARLERLY DIN ID - E.ND. (No. 20) of
251; per cent. free of Government Tax, on the capi
tal stock tor the quarter ending December 31,
/868, and semi = annual interest of 3S per cent.,
less Government Tax,. on the Tnird Mortgage
Bow's, payable on and atter MONDAY. the 19th
ER &CO , ,
PleNEffi o c T e
K of E IWCTI.N SoLOhoWe
registered at New York, and at the Office of . the
Treasurer. to those registered at Pittsourgh.
The Transfer Books will close on SAT lIROAY,
28. h instant, at 2 P. M. 'and re-onen TUESDAY,
the 20th oflannary, 1869. at 10 4. M.
OFFICE PITTGBURGH k CONNZI.L.tILLA R. R. Co,
• ( Pittsburgh, •.ianuarr 14. 186., f
NOTICE, II: TO BONDHOLDERS. tee.ls hereby given that COUPON No.:
19 TURILE tad!" 1K IVi 6ION CONSTRUCTION
ande first day of Peurua.ry nest.
will be bald on I aftrr that date upon present a
thin and deilvery. it the First National . Bank of
Plttahurah, JOHN H. ra.OE, .lit... Treasurer.
T HE CO-IPARTNERSIIIP
tofore exisitne between E, HOUSTON, JOHN
*LEY and W. H. HOUSTON, under the name
and styleof E.-HOUSTON & CO., was dissolved by
mutual consent on toe tarsi day of 2ttl oveluber. 1868,
JOHN,BIcKEY retiring. All business of the late
firm will be set led by the remaining partners:.
Th i es , . indebted are urged to settle their accounts on
or before February let, 1869, as the business of the
ate firm mast be closed by that time. 1
• J()HN BR; LET,
, • W. H. ROUSTulti
Ittrrsattimir, Dec. 31st, 1868.
E. HOUSTON & CO.,
No. 107 Fifth. Avenue,
Respectfully inform their patrons and the p^blic
gencally thatthey bace on hand a large supply of
stEhTLEMEN'S CLOTHING. :.of all the latest
fashions. which they Intend td close out at greatly
RZDUCZD Pinola , L. make room for a Siring stock.
Prices on reguLtrety.tom work Nave a tin been greatly
reduced to snit the stringency of the times
Call and examine the stock and it.quire the prices.-
E. HOUSTON & CO.,'
107 Fifth Avenue.
LAURA OIL WORKS
Apply to EEER t RIF%
• - Emu Estate and Cullen lon Agents,
Ja7:oE:o.le• Lancaster. Va
LARGE AND CBSTANTIAL IrAREINDE,
W. 13 IRE WELL.
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