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'NEW AtivifferxszawErivs ,
WOFFICE .:OF PENNSYLVA•
NIA RAILROAD COMPANY.
Faud..bur.aqica, February 17, 1869.
'NOTICE To BTOCKHOLOE II4 .
The Annual Election for Directors of this Com
-play will be held on MONDAY, the Ist day of
March:lB69, at the office of the Company, N o .
.Stail South Third e treet. The polls will be ope..
from 10 o'clorr. A. is until 6 o'clock r. M. No
'share or shares transferred within six'y days
preceding the election will entitle the holder or
holders thereof to vote.
fel4:fll - Secretary.
_llleadY is Week.
D. APPLETON &
Nas..9o, 92 and 94 Orand St.,
PUBLISH THIS DAY
FIVE WESES IN A BALLOON: on. Joun
"SSTS AND DISCOVERIES IN AFRICA DT THE=
ZNGLIREDIRN.. Compiled In French by Jules
Verne, from the original notes of Dr. Ferguson;
and One Into 'English by Leekland,"
-expressly for D. Appleton k Co. 1 vol., 12mo. ,
"give Weeks in a Balloon" is, in a measure, a
satire on ingusii books of African trave% So far .
As the geOgraPhy, the inhabitants. the animals,
mid the fentures of j a pe country are r describe& it
.la, in some particulars., a survey of the whole
field of African discovery, and in this way will
•often serve to refresh the memory of ttie reader.
• The mode of loco Motion is of course, purely
imaginary, and the .incidents and adventures
de bons., The litter are abundantly amusing.
snd fa view of the w•nderful travelers ,
with which we have been entertained by African
-explorers,lhey can scarcely be considered ex
' iravegant, while the ingenuity'and invention of
Ike author will .be sure to excite the surprise
..and even the admiration of the reader.
THE STUDY OF . LANGUAGES BIIOII6IIT
.F.A.Olt TO ITS . TRIM FiIINCIPLE3; or. THE
'AST Ow THINKING IN A FOREICIN LANGUNIN.
By C. MAncnia., Ent. Leg. Hon.. Author .of
"Language as is3lnuient !Lents! Culture," km*:
- "Yrecniere irtnelpes d , Eduestion. , ! &c., :ae.
*l-5113. - .
The. ebject of this brie f essay is lo set forth a
method, of lemming f,?reign : . langus gen which
.shall puma:Liao the facility in their use both for
reading and speaking irrithOut thhinterventiett
of the iernacul.4. The author's a disiingulshed
-French philologist, who haswritten this work in
wire and vigorous English, with reference to the
wants of Au erican travelers In foreign countries.
le system of at udy can be made nee of in
nection w Uri any of the common manuals, and
- Ls equally applicable to all the livin European
languages, It attaches great imporfance to the
thorough training of the ear, as tlie means of
speaking fluently, and tumbles tlee student to
eonverte with the natlies, u well as
to: translate ' from ; the foreign 'enrages..
WORSHIP OF THE CHURCH TN THE
HOUSE, Collated chiefly from the Liturgy of
the American Church. Bye. Son of the Church. ,
vol., LSmJ., PS PP. 75 cents.
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'krises,' _"Factio of Many Talei!,!*
PosOker. 7, Pnce 50 cents. •• . .
rathet of .the above sent frqs fry ot/ tonal'
part, of tire United state s on receipt of ~the -price.
FOR WATER WORKS.
' ' corrnoLlacsfs 0/PICI..
OFFS OF ALLKOHY.Th February 24, 1869.1
SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiv_e4 tills
office until 4 O'Clak P. N. on ltßliipAY, March
But, 1E169, for furnishing' tbe •
Allegheny Water Works
.dnriag the current year with the foliowleg stip-
Tulsa, to-wit 7. = • - ,
WATER PIPE, BBAN('FIES and SLEEVES,
lißtidrilitVilsaia"Crs' vii 4, 8. 19
• FIRE PLUGS, VALVES. AND IfISCELLA.
DEOIJS Gs, • • ,
.•• . •
FIREPLUG AND nor -COOS BOXES AID
Alin. : all' the COAL re plied during th;;Year.
Bide are. requested for both NUT COAL and
All of the above supplies to be delivered at each
times and posecas the Superintendent of the
Works may _ •
Bide for. Wnter Pine are aollelted payable both
lunel4fegettitoMearc"7 BOuds, and payable
lipedgeaticos. - andllbanke 'fey blddeie can be
bad at this o nce and at the of ce of tits Super
intendant, Whl, PAUL, E s q.
• • The right isleserved to reject spy and all bids.
, . B. B. FR&SCISi
STERN - DISTRICT OF
'PENNSYLVANIA., ear t ,
~ ; ' Pittsburgh. the Wid day.of irebrium. A. 43. -
- lee% The uunersigned nerebi„gives -notice of
his appointment as A.ssigglee o ou , ...B.'liD MP,
F. of; vugins 'township, to the County •of Al. legheny, State of Pennsylvania. within said Die
: trut; WDO has been ;adjudged a Bankrupt, upon
h i s : Own -petition. by the District uonri of said
Dis t r i c t. . JOHN 11. BAILEY. Assignee,
leStall-IT: Atte ritey at Law, 89 Grant street.
puraFlN TIC mom
FOX g4BY DIICOGISTS - EVERT - OEMs
LIFE INSFILANCE COMPANY;
The Asbury Comninv has insured, in the first' s
nine moths of Its businces, over
an unexampled success, and 18 rapidly Increasing
• 'Thts Company issue* policies in all the foram
in p;esent use, on single and lolnt lives, endow
ments and annuities..
A special table for Insuring lives of ministers
by their conuregat,lone calculated at much below .
the ordinary rates.
A at:waist table of halt rates or the lint ten
Pew' restrictions on travel - and acne atter the.
Registered Policies. countersigned by the In'
ettrance Department of the State, certifying that
such policies are secured by a epeceil depgalt of
All Policies Absolutely
Dividends to Policy holders on a new and most
popular plan.introduced by this Company. after
two payments, arplicaele, at the option of in
surers, to an Increase of the policy, td reduc
tion of future premiums, or payable in cash. In
giurers. preferring ,to relinquish their interest in
profits May. have instead 'a bonus addition of
one-third of amount of policy.
Members accommodated by it loan of one
third of premiums when desired, but no note re
Books of rates tarnished on opollostion to the
Comps 3. or soy
129 Smithfield\ Street
FIUNCLS SEL I LERS,
TiTIEW c ODDS.
LARGE SALE OF -
Furniture t carpets and Ronan.
AT MASONIC BALL AUCTION BOOMS. tiffs.
65 and 57 Elfth avenue, will be sold. wit) out
reserve, a large afsortrnent ,of Furniture. Car
pets* and Bowel:old Goons; as follows: At 10
A.X., -a large line of Fine uutlery,Spoons and
Silver Plated Ware. Cigars. Soap, Tea, Ac. At
11 A. 11. about 90 pairs Fine Yenitian . Blinds,
entirely new, of best manufacture. At AP. m.
precisely, astreciall sale or New.. arpets, for ac
count of llsmern manufacturers., At 3 P.
sale et Itereltere, eft:bracing, In part, Dressing
Plain Bureaus. Centre, Card, Bitension,
Dining and Kitchen Tables, Cushion. Cane•seat
and Kitchen Chairs:, Wardrobes. Clipboards.
Sofas, Loin es. New Mattrasses, large lot of
Featbern. Ao . &e. : • .
Persons baying FUTIIittITC to dispose of will
send It in on or before Wudnesday evening. •
SOPECIO. SALE OF
On Thursday, Feb. 25th, at 2 P. M.,
At mAgliN re BALL AITOTION BOOMA, Nos,
55 *aid 67 'Fifth avenue, wil be told, for account
of Panorn mAnutactitrers.
FIFTY PIECES NEW CARPETS,
Embracing Superfine two ply Ingrain, Venitian,
Stair. Rag and Hemp Carpets. •
This being a peremptory sole., those wanting
OnlOntio tor Spring' Purnisniztenti nhonld not Tall
to attend this rale. . .
. Goods cut in any lengths to snit purchaser..
der aui 7'
• ADVERTISIIMINNTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,
Of New York.
S. Y. IaNNEDY,
Plain Dress Goods,
Lace i t l irtailiSt
id ■ nOnlib. o3 l r.
On T1i11118147, February nth,
S. B. 031111ESON 4t 00.,
S. B. SIIIIIISON
TED- TO 'PURCHASE.-
CABBON MAL Co. wish to put,
Barges and a Eltern=whee
• Tow Boat,,
0x34.x6 rect a Engines SA Inch cittn
feet stroke. Address, giving NI par
!rice and wbere the boat nosy be seen,
JOHN BAIRD, Prestdent
Grand Tower, Illinois
BRUINS IN DRY GOODS.
At 10e., Good Fast Colored Calicoes.
At 12 1.2 c., Best Quality Calicoes.
At 10e., Ilnen Toweling.
At 20e., Cotton Table Cloth Damask.
At 23e., Yard Wide Feather Ticking.
At 12 la2e., Yaid Wide Bleabebed Mos-
At 121.24.. Yard Wide Sheeting sus-
At SLOO. Ken's White Shirts Linen
FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Pillow Case Linens,
White Quilts,. &v.,
Very Low Prices,
WHOLE.SALE AND RETAIL
with' D ' SEMPLE'S,
itS ) A?ii° J?ie2
51 51 5
31 9 CALLIN. BROTHERS,
51 Fifth Avenue,
Au ABOVE WOOD STREETk.
TO -LET. .
Minn RESIDENCE AT RAZLEWOOD
• The Tfouse colitain• eleven-apartments cont.
fortablir , arranged. The premises comprise
nearly 8 lcres of land, planted „with the beet
varieties of fruit tree and vine. Connected with
these are soling house, welt, stable, pasture for
cow. .nd macy other conveniences of *,comfort
able home. &board vralkleade-frOmttie station
to the premises; and this, with the frequency of
passing traine l ,renders ths,prhperty quite,ecces;•
topartiviruilitieness in 'itrtqtitre
- Ifazlewoood. Pittsbnrah.
II _TS ::AILND CAPS,
JUST RECEIVED Al
McCORD & CO's,
SIiIATES; SKATES, SKATES.
New York Club,
Empire, Starr; tke..
All o,Lber styles and sizes et the very lowest
warrEsunts a DRUM,
4,114 •9 P DERALBT„ A IitAIf,OFIRN f
THE RAN - . OR ' I I9HE '`• MEN.
who hold PATRON'd TICKETS of tbn 2d
3d 3 E 31 E3 'Or WAnHINGTO4 _MEDAL-
L e Uncap, rorme d the draw.
in i ;e ll 'idr jr‘ e li ura . made January 29 1809 , and that elr.
taints giving furl infer/natio° of the numbers
arawn. will be- spot to persona interested, on
their andreasing the WASHINGTON
LION PEN consPAriY. New York.
B.—READ Tlik TICILETEI.Or TBE 4,115 E•
000 TO LOAN ON
SOND AND DIORTGAGE.
for 1r Si Or 3 Yearrf, APP/3! to -
6EO. S. COMM AN, Attorney•ac•Law, ,
fes2:oB !No. GO Grant St.. Intashur ,h. Pa.
2 .000 111 1 11 8 1 . ELS OF PEAC
DILLDIGER & BTEVEIRSON
NESDAY.', .FEBRUARY .- 24, 1869.
FOR MEN AND BOYS' \YEAR,
assimeres, Jeans, Tweeds,
eco., eccriti '
180 and 182 Federal Street,
'lEiTlik quaint OF
Heavy - Black Silks.
3121reistar. \ 013L113.59,
NO. ISO AND 182
tir AT TUB
E 4 LOWEST PRICET.
131' 'WOOD STREET
No. 180 and 182 Federal Street,
Tflß LARGEST ASSORTMENT
in the City
Ah. MIL M
25 Cents a Yard.
No. 23 Fifth Avenue.
40 A. rt. 1 10 "1" .
BO%ARD, ROSE & CO.,
1 ) -
X ~ IS I- -
, ROSE & CO.,
, ROSE •& 'CO.,
dam. A. 11134 1569.
McFABLAND & COLLINS,
WILL CONTINUE Taint
ANNllikli %MANCE SALE
TWO WEEKS= LONGER.
.Wibe Offered to'Cl. so Out
Special 'Lines of Goods, at
and 'id Aienne; Second Floor.
TItI3JNPS OIL CODIPOiIf.
NOT/CE:—The ' ,othottai meeting. of the Stock
holders of the TEXIIMPH OIL COMPANY will
be held at their once, No, 19 SEVENTH (late
Irwin) STREET, - r
onday, Mara lat, 1869, at 3 P.M.,
For he purpose of electing officers for the ensu
ing ear, and for the transaction of such other
business as may come before them.
feilliell2 WILLIAM MEMER, Secretary.
LIFE INURE €oiltiNi
Office, - No. 921 Chestnut, Street
PUBLISHED IN CONFORMITY
WITH THE CHARTER.
Receipts for the Year Ending Decem•
bee 31, 186 S. -
Piemiams received, roller tees,
&c - $914.070 . 59
Interest on investments - 1.9w,629 49
Losses and Expenditures During she
Lossea on 47 lives, '
amounting to $1341.300 00
stamps, &c:.......20,575 07
Beat and taxes. City
State and National 4,25 L 213
agents,licenses44 55,0135 93
Prtmlum rein. ned,
policies cancelled, o
-B,m. December "
31,18137 51.001,845 97
Deduct actio re
ment of premi
ums and nutes
Aecimmlated assets. Dec: 31.
1868 ta ,405.379 99
Assets of the. Conigetny Liable: for
Mortgages, ground rents, real
estate, do $ 635.019 00
United States, Slate of Pennsyl
vania and City Loans 7211,028 88
Pennsylvania Railroad. Conntr.
City and other Bonds' 158,012 65
Bank, Railroad and Insurance. • e
rtocks .. 156,712 85
Premium Notes, secnrea hy Poi-
Sc id rip ea
Balances in bands of agents—
Loans, accrued interne', quar
terly payments, be
Cesn in 0111 t and on band
Deduct losses not due
Market vslue, Janusry,7 69. . 1 41141,111 93
SURPLUS DIVIDED :ANNUALLY.
Losses Paid PrOmptly.
Return Premium Divtlend 50 per cent.
!scripprevious to 1867 receitablein payment
Policies Issued on the various plans of:lnsu
Ramat I C. Huey, John G. Brenner.
Theophilus Paulding, ID niamin Coates,
Edmund A• Souder, Richard S. Newbold,
I•amuel E. Stokes. James B. McParilind,
Henry C. Townsend, William P. HicCer, -
Thomas W. Davis. Jost•ph H. Trott
Joseph H. P. Price. William H. Kern.
Ilamuel A. Bisphem, James Euston,
Rodolohus Kent, Edward M. Needles,
Samuel .1. Christian, Charles Watson,
James 0 Pease. Ellwood Johnson,
Warner M. Raisin. John C. Repp
Frederick %.• Hoyt. John A. Needles.
Christian J. Hoffman, Baltimore.
HENRY C, TOWNSEND. Solicitor.
MEDICAL Effe•StUt - EJtS:
YD. HARTHORNE, V. D., 1439 Walnut Si.
EDWARD A. PAO.E, 1413 Walnut Street.
': In attendance at the once of the Company,
from 12 to 2 P. M. dallr.
JAM €,S TRAQUADI. President,
.1.,31 , L E. STOKES, Vice President.
drily W. Hoir.pas. A. V. and Actuary.
HuusTio $. bTEPIIIMS, Secretary.
H. O. W tt,sox, d.,perintendent of Agencies.
The undersigned, having been appointed Gen
eral Agent of Cue "Penn mutual Lite insurance
C 0.," and Paving, after dilligent inguiry, be
come satiffied of the entire reliability and safety
of the Company, confidently presents its claims
to his former pupils and friends, and the public
generally; ang will be pleased to hear from any
of them desiring insurance, or disposed, to act as
eanyasst es for the Company, di any Darker West
He refers . by permission to the following par
WILLIAIO THAW, Esq.
Dr. C. et. HUssEY.
Gen. G. W. CASS, President P. Ft. W. -
tikio. WOODS, LL.D,. Pres't West. Unlytkel
ty ot Pa. . • .
•Rett. W. . HOWARD, 'D-TY. •
' IteY. g ILSON, D.D., West. T h eo. Sein.
Rey. F. A. NOBLE.
• 'Rev: .f. P. DICKERSON, D.D.
Rey. JAM E S ALLISO_ LD.
Rev. JOBEPIR B. BITTINGER, D.D. ,
J. W. V. WHITE, Esq. •
HARVEY CHILDS, E.eq,
THEO. 11. NEVIN, Pres. let Nat. Bank, Al.
R. IL DAY'S. Esq.
JOHN IRWIN:4B.i President Allegheny In ,
M. W. w.ATSON, of W. McCully-it Co.
Wu...MBA Esq., of Metals & Coffin.
JAMES IRWIN. Mg.,
VIM - BLURPHY. Esq.
F. B. PENNlMAN,l.sq.,Plttsburgh GAzzaTg.
GEOlitilt A. BERRY. 'Esq., President Clti
gene` Nat:Bank. • - • . ,
Wbf. HOLMES, Esq.
GEORGE BLACK, of Lloyd & Black.
..,.1110DARD ED W
SEMPLE & JONES, Bankers.
FLEMING BROs. , i • • -
JAMES MARSHALL, Esq., Fres't Far. Dep'
Nat Ink. ,
Rey. W.. W. EELl.S,!Weseti Setiliitins. Bible
JAMES P., BARR,Esq,i Pittelyargbflost;
C. D. BRIGHAM, Esq., "Editor of Pitteburgh
Covimgrefol. _ .
J KING. of the Pittsburgh - Gazette-
GEORGE BINGHAM, Bleq .„Adarai Exp. Co.
GRAirr, BENNTT &CO . ,
JURE' SIRMINUIItad, Esq Cash'r-
Say. Bank. • „
J SHARPE facDONALD, ES Q.
Rey: DAYIO tricKiNNEY D.D. .
W. G. .I‘ , IINsTON & CO. ,
BENJ. PAO'S, JR., 'rig.
Rev. DA friEtt,.Birausgligni,l . .,.
er HITE, ORR & CO. • .
.1 4 •HN P. - KRASIEB, Esq., CAWS': First Nat
Bask Allegheny. •
Ra.E‘E . THoMAS, Esq.
N. GRATTAN MURPHY',
Rey. DAL KERB, DD., of the ernitti&Pregbyte
OgIAII- COPLEY, Esq., • , .
Rev. adt t peuvt.L. • •
W. O. UUHART, Esq., P.esident Connets
rite Railroad. '
tiHAELII3 Q. -MELLO , Esq. •
Capt, W. W.'M SATIN.
Rev. D. E. NEViN. -
JAMES M. COopswzgq. • • - •
F. M. HUTCHINSON, Esq.. Sec. P., Ft. W.
& C. R. R.
B. L. PAHNESTOOK, Esq..
'HENRY IRWIN, President B. Frank
lin Insure-Pe- 'Co.' -
Rev. W. PRESTON. D.D:
Be". Col. J. B. CLARK E, D.D.
' GEORG& COCHRAN, Esq.',.of IN Cochran
R. E. BREED, Esq.
.10a. ALAIRRE. Ktg_
BARMAN PRESTO2tZ, Esq.. of Everson:
JAMES I, ALE eLt,
_ H Esq,_
Hon. THOMAS M. OWE.
HUMOR. Wool/ & CO.,
BAKEWEfiIi. PEARS CO.,
w iLus B. roTHE, Esq.
WHITMORE. WOLF r..DuvP CO.
s • MUHL WATSON. of J. Watson. Wood
street, near Front.
Lion: J. M. KtHIC.PiTRICIE.
MEDICAL EXAMINE:B IN PITTSBURGH:
No. 37, Bank B 1
Lbw .. ~, ..
JANES SW6, I
k, Fifth Avenn
01 , 4 D STORT;
ROOM No. 3,
Aar sorzess—..ro "/ 1 "' t i "e""
"mi nt ," F oun d . al "Boarding:ft"
4.1., not ex :zedinelFo OR LINES .% 14 * wilt 64
Jarts4 to these trolumnome a for err .r. Tqa
, 77 7 4 . 178 ec,rll oeletetteenal tint F!Y& CENTS'
W ANTED -HELP`.
WANTED. Ark experie uced
1 4 .,\LESMAN for the Carpet Et s bits!.
Ilood references required. Apply to o.li C A
TUCK it CO.', 23 -11th avenue. k
WANTED.--GIRLS to SOVIT
y y RAGS. Apply at . 100 NEY'S BASK_ CT
FACTORY, on toe Pleasant Palley Passeallez
PLOYMENT OFFICE,* No. 3 St. Cis it t
Street, BOY& GIRLS and MEN, tor aliment:
kinds of employment. Persons wantingbellp
of all kinds can be supplied on short notice— ,
line house of four or five rooms. by a fins.
Hy with no children. Adore, D. D., GAzirrrs
WANTED—floods . and Mort
gages to the amount 0f1010,600 on city
or county unencumbered property. havlnr nom
one to five years to run, in amounts ranging from
$5OO to $5.000. .
Also. business accommodation Paper to the
amount of $40,000, 1n sums from $6OO to
0,000. and from 60 days to 4 months to ram
160 acres of good Western lands Da exchange
for furniture. Apply to -
B. McLAIN 1 00..
Ja24 Cor. 4th avenue and nmithileid street..
rre-LET.-A BUSINESS HOUSE.
1. • No. 1813 amitbdeld street Also on back
end of lot ateue of six Hens. Enquire at X7P7
rril.LET:—. A well finished
lOUSE of 8 rooms. Ina most conven:ent
and beactu fel location, 27 EIGHTH STREET,
formerly Hancock street, opposite Christ Church;
clean and quiet; in the summer shady. Also No.
22 with seven rooms. AlsorNo. 22-wiCh eleven.
rooms. Enquire'at 277 PENN STREET.
TO-LET.—Four new • TWO.
STORY BRICK DWELLINGS on Franklin
street, in the second sanarefrom the Passenger
Railroad, Sixth ward. Allegheny, (late Borough
of Manchester.) Each house is farnisned
a•Boston range. Ana hot dud cold water fixtures
complete in both stories, and contains seven
room. besides bath room and finished) garret.
Inquire at the office of the subscriber ' No. RR:
Franklin street, Alle • beny. B. A. Bk. • PSON.
TO -LET.-That desirable•mod—
FAN .bulit reeidenie. No. 134 3,lsirloit St.,
Pittsburgh. For particulars staply.tcrX..ll,4lnt
GUSUN. Attorney-at• Law, ST fifth avenue.
TO..LET.—Th e ST. LAWRENCE ,
HOTEL. Federal street,- Allegheny City,
above the Diamond. Posses:4on giv en 31arch Ist.
Apply to VW AL SEMPLE, IEICS and PM Federal:
street,Allegbeny, • -
rig&-LET.—Three- two .. story
BRICK DWELLINGS, 6 rooms and cellar,
si - n good order, Nos. 297, 999- and 301 Rob-
IDSOII street. • Ilegbeny. Inquire at office No. 4,
14* FOURTH AYENDE, Pittsburgh. . , -
rTIO•LET—That THREE STORY
JL„' BUILDING. No. 11l Loganatient, contain
ing cigar roams and baring large Ira. d attic-bed-
Rent SIMS per annum. 'Enquire of T. P. HOUS
TON, GAZZTT OFIPICE.
TitLET.—A fine, large+ well.
sbed ROOM. suitable for an (aloe:
Daspatcgritallding, secoadfloor, back. Apply as
Boum for terms, ax.
MO-LET. WITH IMMEDIATE
_k„ POSSESSION a well-Hatted comfortable
HALL !inn avenue. 'W by 80 feet; well
adapted for society meetings. Address Lock
Box 160, Pittsburgh Postoffice.
mo-LET.-STORE and DWEL
LING. No. 210 Beaver Avenue, Allegheny
City: contains floe rooms, flnishfd attic, store
room and large cellar: gas and water. Apply ti
S. S. D. THOM egiON,, on the premises. Bosses
slon given April Ist..
TO-LET.—ROOMS. Two fine
R 00.113 In GAZETTE BUILDING. Apply
at Counting Rooms, 134 and b 6 Filth avenue.
riro-LET.--ONE &TORE ROOM.
11 FOUR BASENTRNTe, well lighted and
OFFICES In the s.cond story.
SLEEPINti ROOMS in the third story, and
ONN LARGE with two ante-rooms.
In the fourth story or A. 13. English & Co's new
Fourth avenue. Apply toA• B. ENG
LISH & CO., No. 539 Firth avenue.
Ye -O -LET.-THE SECOND AND
THIRD STORIES of a Business House on
eral street,' Alleglienreity. — ltaciiroonk IsSO.
by O. Splendid location for a pHOTOGEAPH
EN, SAMNA BOON or' light Manufacturing.
Spacious front entrance, and In the best business
portion of the street. For particulars apply to
CROFT b PHILLIPS, Real Estate Agents and-
Brokers. No. 139 Fourth Avenue. . ~..
FOR BALE.—A' LOT; 20 by 111:
feet, or "larger, if desired," on Wylie
street extension, near corner of rirthurs and .
Wylie street, running back to an alley, will oe
so'd at Public Bale, on SitaTUNDLY NEXT, the
2lEtti. For terms, apply on the premises.
FOR SALE . -1,. Zig* BRICK
'ROUST, of 5 rooms and lot, 50' hi 200
feet, ZOO grapevines, fruit trees, - shtalberr.
&e., on tine tot, at No. 160 Bidgegtrett,
ward, Allegheny ate. For terms and parties'.
tars apply on therpr.mlses,, s 4 •
ALE"sr.-' iraig OT -
Fos- - -
TAGIL containing rl exCellent
cellar, with lot 60 by 18111.0teuksIdttobl9th!ward,
(formerly East Liberty.). Trice low, .61(fthire
on the premises, or aduretaß.l3. IL; ukszrrs
VOR SALEeI-FAJEVICILT AT BAR
per sere will relrehitie 11 nail
of 100 acres to Westmoreland . pountY.2 l ‘. one
and, a her miles from a regular station on - West.
renissylvanla Railroad, all •under good fence.
good frame bAnk barn. good house of fere Mutt,
plenty of fruit, abundance of good water. Tea
acres cleared. balance in good Ask timber, good
nelltborhood,. school on the farm.. Terms easy.
App y to OPorr & ,feillE4lP!‘ e
Age is Vent) Menne. , , •
BRICK BOUSF of seven rooms, on Willtals.
str, et, adioltons the residence of F. K. Buff:
lot 40 feet front and 800 feet deep; well im
proved and plant( d with trait trees. Ennistre
on the premises, or of L. B. DUFF 03 DLL
MOND 'STREET. • • -.-
VOR SALE.-STOCK AND FIX-
J2•TURE6..-Tbe Stoek'inil Fixtures of If first
elms -Family Grocery Store. The undershmed.
wi s hing to ellga..e tn. another butleass_. , offers the
Fixtures and block at a bargain. r.
49 Federal street, Allegheny Oily. •
FOR‘BALE.- , That hittditome
TWO STORY BRICK incennNes, No.
403 Western &reline. Allecheny City. On the
line of the Manchestiir Passenger Rail War con
tains balk *rooms. finished attic bath room. hot
and cold eater aryl gas- throughout. The burd
la* bas aTtont 24 feet wide. and it erected oa a
lot 48 feet front by 120 Mica to a 20 toot 'alley.
Terms emir. For path:mien' enquire at the Al,
LEUHENT posTar ram. •
VOR, SALE O• BENZ—ThAt
• elegant ill
t RESIDIeNcE. COrnerliretiteril'Ar
Dna and iticinell_st.eet. Allegheny. Lot 1100 y
AST feet. Male' c o ntain* 16 rooms, h
'Tandem ILusproyements. — Apyilyl nOLONSMH.
HOLTZMAN, 60 Fourth ,sicenue, (up stiirs,l
FOR SALE--Desirable Western
AV EN 11E RE -1 BENCE, located
ern Avenue. Allegheny Clty. A doubly t
st o otT a brlck.: residence pf- eleven rooms. Ind
od finished Ittl drat class style .7 Lot 48
by 120 fett to a 910'foot alley. Terms very easy.
Apply to ono rg PLIVALIPB, ; Real lieut.
Ageitts. No.. 1133 91rc avern s
FOR SAL —BARE - .Cll AN CE
FOR A WAGON WOE leß—At 'ParDISsIll
Matto°, A. V. B. R... 17 ' miles from the
half an acre of ground with shop and dwelltai
and a large quantity of lambert, abandancerot
work 'Dr , three hands; blactamith stop oonve.
Went; rare opening for a man trf s man means,
wit! be sold on very easy terms. Apply to CBoteT
PHILLIP& Baal Estate Agents, No. /39
Fourth Ave nue.
Olt SALE.-4311SINES PROP
ne_worttredfor s , tte that. dents,
te 'LOT 07 GROUSD. No. 187 Bmithaeld
street. Mir property is .sred located for boo_
to on .lootont for- mood Handle/1:
do well to call n BAILEY, FARRELL 400
OR. SALE. , , •
u d Pour Airivi
Gron an d,
Sur miles from Allegheny and easy of access to
„ e c iao os tbe Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and
lii deago itiroad. or bs the New sortghton Tn. ,
, The house new, nabbed in modern style
r,iecont.,tismi rooms. incondlng lintstted attic;
si l o polar A.', bath g e ts; in c it i rg retll
The lo fall—
tar V ir a a r t i e e r ty " .Prr. ti trees lit ) ise snag Co c uli n i:
Om a coal house and Stable, with oarge cistern.
dwelllng is located on an tomtits-nee. and
commands an -extensive viewed' the 011soRiver
and surrounding country, It a most desirable
Dropouts and van be bousht.,:open seasonabie
terms. For further information apply to IP: A.-
Biala omen Sun Ugh. Olt Works. Ito:l,Elgt3
street, (formerly Hancock.) feLtelit