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WE. belic.ve New Castle is now an in
AN oleL canal boat at Mifflintown, Jun
iata cov.nty, has been painted and fitted
up as v. velocipede school.
A a um., showing unmistakeable signs
of by drophobia, was killed by its owner,
near Greensburg, last Monday.
T RE new court-house at Danville is
- being rapidly built, and, it is said, will
br, a great ornament to that town.
.18011:ERSET county has - five ex-soldiers
m- who'have lost either an arm or a leg, who
are candidates for lucrative county of
Kohn than fifteen, hundred ladies of
Centre county have signed a petition
praying the Court to grant no more li
quor selling licences.
A roma lady of Great Bend, Susque
hanna county, was relieved of a tape
worm thirty-five feet in length last week,
and she is nowdoing well.
'IN Centre county a man under the in
fluence of liquor laid down on a pile of
warm ashes on the railroad last week,
and was rtua over, by the, nest passing
train and killed.
• WE see it stated that a' jotu•nal in the
interest of the Roman Catholics is to be
Started at Titusville ins short time. The
• Bishop of this Diocese will have the edi
toNal supervision of the paper.
' TEE engine house of the Northern
'Central Railroad, at Sunbury, was• de-
Atroyed by fire last week. When a house
eatches fire in Sunbury, they let it burn,
:as'they have no fire department.
I Ma. Jason Dunn, of Hartstown, while
‘engaged in cutting ice in the • Reservoir,
• one day last iveek, captured a pikeweigh.
ing tweety-two pounds. The Esh came
'to the surface and was caught with an ice
_odir. i -• _ -
gibe Venango Republiean says : '1 The
new Bleakley well is producing one'hun
•dred barrels per day. -The excitement in
-creases every day, and over twenty der
'ziclis are already up, besides others still
.g ing up.
ROLLING Mai.--It is rumored that the
`Wampum Furnace. Co., in Lawrence
-county, contetaplate the erection of a rcill
ing mill the ensuing stmiuner. A ten acre
lot, at Wampum, has been purchased tor
- tho purpose.—Mereer Dispatch.
Tira.Tuniata Sentinel says: Andrew
Dalrymple, the absconding Postmasterat
Brown's Mill, Franklin county, was ar
rested in Chicago a few days ago and
brought back and planed in custody of
his bondsmen, to wait •the disposition of
, the Government.
Ficim Wayne county we learafthat
lumbermen'never.had a better season for
their business than the one now nearly
-over—eleven weeks sleighing. It has
' been iniproved; and our streams and
ikaids are lined with an an immense
.amount of lumber and logs.
Pnn.rp Srprron at the mill, one day
, - las week, was injured by theexplosion
of red hot ball of iron,'which had been '
thr wn Into water. The fragments scat
tered violently throughout the mill.
Stanton received a particle of iron in the
eye. He was 'also scalded about the
A I,IAN named Milk, of Light Street,
Columbia county, fell beneatlithe wheels
of a wagon containing' 5,100 pounds of
iron ore about a week ago.: Two wheels
passed from the hips to the shoulder. It
is said that begot in a carriage and rode
home, and two days afterwards was
able to.walk about the house. -
nac- Press says : The Philadelphia
Wilmington and Baltimore Central Rail!
road Company have under consideration
the expediency of mounting the through
care of their road upon wooden wheels.
The favorite pattern consists of an Iron
hub, teak disc, and steertire.-'This road
has had in use such wheels for a long
A GIRL, who was recently confined in
the gaol at New Castle, for a charge of a
larceny, broke the plastering from the
walls of her cell and then set fire to the
lathing. The fire was opportunely dis
covered,before it had done much damage;
but the roasting of the incendiary and
the destruction of the gaol were at one
Tan Conneautville Record says: The
maple sugar season opened in this sec
tion last week, the trees in a number of
camps being tapped. The run was large
every day last week, and a considerable
- amount of sugar must have been made.
untilA fe years since no trees were tapped
from the 9th until the 12th of
March, the latter dote being considered
about- the right time. Row.a.days the
season is generally over by that time.
Trim Williamsport /Standard of Monday
says: "We were - startled about 1 o'clock
on Monday morning by the ringing of
the locomotive bells and the cry of fire,
.when it was discovered that a fire had
. broken out in the engine house ,occupied
by the Catawissa Railroad Company, sit
mated on Railroad avenue, above Hepburn
street, in this city, which destroyed the
house, and also the freight depot, adjoin.
ing which. buildings were used by the
Catawissa and N. C. Railway Company.
The freight and movable property or both
buildings were rentoved'and saved, leav
ing the loss of property comparatively
small. It Is believed to have been the
work of an incendiary, as there was no
lire known to have been left on Saturday
eyeningabout the premises. 7
WEST' ± MWM4.
,To ci Infirmary at Parkersburg
was recen tly delitrayed by fire.
• Mt Vitt - Conference of the
R, denoininaton will meet at Clarks-
Irtrigh,•on the Ilth.intik •
' Tax — Valois Westl Virginia towns are
quarreling' about the location of the capi :
Isl . of the State. Wheeling; Grafton and
P arkereburg seem to be the leading can
didates now for the position. . •
dirty days since we were shown some
fgold quartz, found on the Joseph Benson
aun,a un Hazel Run; in Grant township,
cint rYs which appeared to be very
rich, but In what qu a ntity it e a be
we are unable to my, There u
some lead ore been found on .this game
farta ' Kin g w° °dl TP: , Ye., jOU7II j.
The Parkersburg Tim es Bay s; “We
r learn that on yesterday the old Shaw
well on the' E. W. Petty farm at Bruming
Springs, now owned by. Messrs. Allen it
Shirts, who have.been sinking it deeper,
cleaning it out, &0 . , commenced to flow
bat soon ceased, and by a telegra m re.
TUE ladies of Springfield have a sort
of Sorosis called the ladies' health associa
tion, at the meetings of which such sub
jects as "sensible, clothing,'? "healthy
to preserve health,"
etc., are discussed.
D. P. EBERMAA, an' Akron banker,
who "flopped" over to the Democracy
during the last campaign, has defaulted
'and levanted, leaving the Akronites losers
to the sun? of thirty thousand dollars.—
THE corner' stone of the old German
Lutheran Church, at Canton, was opened
last week, and the coins which were de
posited there when the Church was built
were "absent without leave." What be.
came of them is a mystery.
Aar old man named Pray has been mur
dered in Austintown,. Ashtabula, county.
The old man lived alone, in a miserable
way, and it was supposed he was rich.
The murderers were disturbed and did
not get the spoil, about $4OO, which was
found 10 , those who discovered the mur
Ow Thursday evening, a little girl about
ten years of age, the daughter of Mr.
Aiken, of West Hubbard, Tru bull coun•
ty, while attempting to cross e scaffold
ing over their barn floor, fe through.
She was taken up unconscio s and re
mained in that state until Sat day even
, when she died. Medical skill seemed
to beof no avail.-
Tusearawas C7ironicla says: A
little child of Mr. , William Wardel's
about two years old, near Trenton sta
tion, fell into a kettle of hot water on
Saturday last, and was so badly scalded
that she died soon alter. The mother
had just set down the vessel and turned
her back for a moment whets the terrible
accident, occurred. -
Miss Larry Suzann. a highly re
spectable young lady of Yellow Springs,
Greene county, who, on account ofpain
ful bodily illness, has for some time been
mentally deranged, left her father's house
at four o'clock in the mornlnl of Mon
day, the 22d ult., walked half mile to a
stream of water and deliberately drowned
herself In'water not more than:elghteen
LAST week a little daughter of D. H.
Varian, of Jackson, Jackson) county,
complained of a pain in her ,side, . She
became worse, and physicans were called
in. It was difficult to account for her
symptoms, but finally a physician was
called who performed an operation, and
took from her aide a piece of knitting
needle between three and four inches in
length. She is now getting well. How'
the knitting -needle l came there is not
known. • . , ,
' 'Tint Canton Repository/ says: In June,
1860;there was but one building in Lee.
tonia, Columbian's, county, the farm house
of Jacob Yodder, .Now there are stores
as follows: Four dry goods, two hard
ware, one clothing, one furniture, &hotel,
cabinet'shop, two livery stables, harness
shop, stove room and groceries enough to
furnish the Grand Jury a large business.
Half a million dollars are invests in the
iron busineskand $25,000 are paid out
monthly to operatives.
A Fianna hear Canton was visited the
other day by a young man with a paper of
agricultural statistics, who asked him to
see if the statistics were correct, and, if
so, to sign his name below. leaving subs_
dent space for the names of thp officers of
the Agricultural Society. This the, far
mer did. The young man then, went
away, cut off the statement of statistics,
ceived from that place it is nivw reported
as pumping five barrels an hour.
VALUABLE minerals are supposed to
underlie territory in the aeighbDrhood of
Weston. Two - mineralogists, Who have
been recently exploring that region have
purchased one farm and leased several
others for the purpose of mining. They
report that they find lead containing ten
per cent: of silver in such quantities as
will pay the expenses of mining for other
valuable minerals, which they belieye
to abound thereabouts.
JUDGIN4 from the followinh• which we
eat from the Parkersburg Times, West
Virginians do not rely much on the
majesty o,f the law: One day 'last week a
German living a couple of mi 's out in
R. country, - brought $45 in M ney to .
P. Steed, Esq., of this city te. pay him
for a cow, and upon' his , r
, tun in an
opetcwagon, was set upon a d - stabbed
by a negro, who, it seems, suosed him
to be still in possession of be money.
Ile was badly wounded and fell from the
wagon to the ground in a swoon. On
xurning to consciousness, he found the
negro searching his pockets, and fearing'
to resist simulated death, until the in—
tended murderer satisfied himself that no
Money was on his person and so es
caped. We are informed' that owing to
ignorance of the law or a want of con
fidence in its being fairly administered,
or, perhaps, fearing the trouble which
attends a prosecution with the slight pros- •
pect •of adequate punishment, the Ger
man was advised to snake no complaint,
but to take the first opportunity of mur
dering the negro, 'for whom he is now
upon the watch.
XENI-. is suffering nightly frcm bur
ASHTABULA county has a gaol, but it is
CHAMPAIGN corwrz is to have a $7,1;00
THE Metho lists of Canfield have bought
a dwelling house for their pastor.
2 1 fAxsprzim is trying to have the new
Ohio penitenkiary built within its limits.
—A rnemitar ppf t dollars is offered for
the bent velociedeerformer at the next
Agricultural Fair in Champaign county.
THE ladies of St. Johns (Episcopal)
church in Youngstown have raised $3,000
and hope to raise $2,000 more, in order
'to be,able to buy a parsonage.
THE liansaleld Herald has been figuring
in a grand transformation scene and has
emerged in as elegant a.dress as the most
fastidious community could desire for its
THE Churchill]] Coal Uoritpan of
Trumbull county is now taking o about
fifty tons a day from under the farm of
Win. B. Leslie, whose daily income from
them thpb reaches 450.
Ohio is acolored woman in Steben
villeo, who gave birth to four chil
dren, a day or two since, who are all liv
ing and healthy. The four prodigies are
attracting no little attention from the cu
A caAPnamed Richards eloped from
Canton last week with the wife of Geo:
Taylor, the woman abandoning her two
years old child. The gully wretches are
supposed to have gone to Erie..-Ashi an d
PrITSB URG H GAZETTE : TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1869.
wrote a note for $92 on th blank space
left tor the officers' names, and got the
uote - discounted in Canto' . After this
that fanner will let the officers sign first.
Tan Zanesville Courier; says: There
are residing in one house in Geauga coun
ty, the following relationship, viz: Two
wives, three mothers, two mothers-in
law. two 'grand-mothers, one great grand.
mother, one grand-mother•in-law, two
daughters, two daughters-in-law, two sis
ters, two sisters-in-law, two aunts, one
great aunt, one aunt-in-lw, one niece,
one niece -in-law, two husbands, two
fathers, one father-in-la% one grand
father, three sons, two gTandsons, on.e
greiit grandson, two brothers, two ner:h.
ews; one grandnephew, and only eight
persons in all.
WE learn that on Monday evening Mr.
J. E. Robinson, a grocer of Efurton,
Geauga county, met with a singular acci
dent which terminated fatally. i n test
ing a preparation of coal oil, claimed to
be non-explosite, he paced 4 can of the
liquid on the iop of a barrel containing a
considerable quantity of brandy and then
set fire to it. The can being quite full
some of the fluid ran out upon the barrel.
Fearing lest it might soak through the
wood and damage the brandy, Mr. John
son first attempted to wipe it off, but
afterward set it on fire, when a terrible
explosbn of the contents of the barrel
resulted, killing Mr. Johnson immediate
CITY AND SUBURBAN
The following are the Committees and
Ofhcers of the Board of Controllers of
the Allegheny City School District. for
Pinance.—R. AL Young, First ward;
Rev. Jos. King, I Second ward; C. C.
Boyle, Chairman, Third ward; R. B.
Francis, Fourth ward; Jos. Walton; Fifth
ward; Wm. Mussler, Sixth ward; G. P.
Wilhelm, Eighth ward.
Text Books.—J. 11. Ingham, First ward;
David Dennison, Second ward; Rev. E.
E. Swift, Chairman, Third ward; Thos.
McCance ' Fourth ward; Rev. D. I. K.
Rine, Fifth ward; Dr. D. W. Riggs,
Sixth ward; Wm. akley, Eighth ward.
• Teachers and Sat ries.—Robt. Pitcairn.
First ward; H. M. unlap, Second ward;
John U. Barr, Thir ward; Win. Brown,
Fourth ward; Robt. Lea, Chairman, Fifth
ward; Jos. Chadwi k, Sixth ward; H.
W. Minniriger, Eighth ward.
Rules and Regula tions.-16bt. White,
First ward; Jos. p. Sprague, Second
ward;, F. Torrence,' Third ward; R. C.
Loomis, Chairman, Fourth ward; N. Mc-
Clinton, Fifth ward;l J. P. Richey, Sixth
ward; Geo. McConnell, Eighth ward. ,
Colored Schools. -111. Boreland, First
ward; L. H.- Eaton,+-Chitirman,• Second
ward; Jos. Thorn, Third ward; S. Bar
ker, Fourth ward; John E. Parke, Fifth
ward; W: F. Trimble, Sixth ward; Geo.
Moul, Eighth ward. I .
Evening.Schoots.—Robt:' Pitcairn, First
ward; James Lockhart, Second ward;
C. C. Boyle,_ Third 'ward; R. C. Miller,
Chairman, Fourth ward; D. L. Patter.
son, Fifth ward; C. W. .Kimbal, Sixth
ward: Simon . Mcßoberts,. Eighth ward;
Printing.—C. C. Boyle, Third ward;
,Rey. E. E. Swift, Third ward; R. C.
, Loomis t _Fourth ward; L. H: Eaton, Sec
ond ward; D. L. Pattorson, Fifth ward.
. j—, Rev. John B.
Clarke, Chairman, First ward; Rev. Jos.
King, Second ward; S. Barker, Fourth
ward; Geo. McConnell; Fifth ward; Wm.
Musaler, Siith warde Jainos Lockhart,
Second ward; James Thorn, Third ward.
I O ffi cers of the Board. l --Rov.J. B. Clark,
President; R. B. Francis, Secretary;
Wm. Hamilton, Treasurer; D. Mader
ron, Receiver of Taxes; Joseph Marshall,
Jabitor and Messenger.
Real Estate Transfers.
'lTte ' follovilne deeds were ill cl of
record before H. Snivel),, Esq., R rder,
February 27th, 1369: 1
Sarah MeCowan and Mil.= ifreowan to ; Eliza
beth W. Welsh. Septeinoe 2. 131•8: login; booth
Fayette township, es,. lain nit one aere..-•11100
Georze W. Renenburg to la 51. Lloyd, pl an, 1303; lot No. 2, in Nettatorbs plan, on
Roberts street. Eleven th a id .... ..... . ph
Mary A. I'6ll ips to Andrew sow• r 6, ......... IN
bpan; lot ins eisrau street, East Blriat ,g , qll2. 20
y 66 feet. . • ..... - .. . .
__ .. I . ... ... . . ...... $350
Jo'.,, Taggart to .... n ii. pth's, July I / 1465;
lot on Pasture lane, eeeun.l wuru. ALeghonyt
02 br M 3 tbet ........... . ..... 1.114.1X3
Martin Necker to iaeol; Rotisi,fre, .11 , eAristry 2,
55fiH6; lotoo Ed waroa alley, Rirmingbana r 10 by
eet. .... ... ... - ,.. ,.. ..... .. .. ..... -.. .
WM. Marshall COS. S ..
J. ti. ISUPIII. Pe
17, 1559; our-third part of 103 acres of rrolystl In
- Findley towushle ..... . . ... . . .. Miller ... $2,243
Chat:lna T. Ewing to las-Ob; H.. and J.
Murray (lark , February Z. 11353: lot en Grant
street, above Fenno avenul: Pittsburgh. 22 br
SO teat, with bulidlogs - ..•. . - ..•.•. -$0,56.
Elizabeth Mitchell to Emhart ;Gesso, .........
251 1348: 02 perches of land ;laud in Bs w fealty
township ... . .......... . .. ; ..... . .... N• spinal
John'Leur zupf t 0 Hush biektion, t . optemtelr 23,
tmg. lot,. NOP. 10 and 17 callie iJrch.srd addition
o .b l as t. Libor') ............... ! ............ t 5375
/Ira Ann Iti. Edrlagton to Mrs. Ann* E. Pit
re d, February 25. 1301; lot; on= Logan street,
Pixtb ward, rritiaburgh. ER( by NI feet, with
buildings .... . . ...... .. . .... Juno . ... . .. .. 41.P.0
John; Rain In .
Samuel Pry, l3, 1a53: lot of
grolung In Fenn township, coutalibing nye acre,
....,./ ........... Lew i 5,.................. :IMO
Peter CUIMIV to Lews, Oliver & i hillips, Feb
rii,ry 15 IWO; four bats on Denman street. Ble
zoinglinua ~... . .... . . . ...... . .... .. . ... ......30.,000
Samuel El. Eluley, Sheriff, to Peier . enyder. Feb
roar), 20, MI int - -reat -of Matthias ..snyde In
10, of ground In Versailles township , row la
g 'Utle-ii tlf sere..., . ... ... . . .1-- .. . .. . ... 200
Elisabeth If. Leek) , to tieo. iit:n•her, N . ove er
13, 1353: lot In 51 eClure'townsuip, 30 by 70 Islet.
Row in a Beer Saloon.
Michael Bemmellsbaugh, a youth
about twenty years of age, was brought
before Mayor Drum S aturday even
ing, ou an infurmation for assault and
propriet against him by Mrs.
Mary . 11. rner,proprietress of a beer sa
loon on Ohio street, Third ward. The
prosecutrix hileges that the accused
came into the saloon, and, after taking a
drink, commenced a quarrel 'with some
others in the r room. She states that he
became so boisterous that she was
at length compelled to use a ixiker
to get him out of the house.
His countenance exhibited the e ff ects
coming in contact with the poker, an
ugly scar appearing on the left cheek,
which had swollen up until the eye was
almost closed. rn justification of her
rough usage of the accused the prosecu
tax sieve he' flourished a handy billy
and endeavored to strike her, which was
only prevented by the stunning blow he
recelv'ed himself. The handy billy.,was
exhibited and was one of the most mur
derous and villainous looking,affairs we
have ever seen. :Hernmellabaughadmit.
ted he had made it himself and carried
it with him. At the conclusion of the
hearing the Mayor , •imposed . a fine of
twenty-five dollars': upon the accused,
which he at first refused to
when about being committed, he chap*"
ed his opinion. and paid over the mono:
The Indiana (Pa.) Mesaetiger has a wag
on its local,' as the following specimen
brick will show: -
It does a body good M have their pride
flattered once In a while. We realize the
benefit of it once a year, when the asses
sor comes round and asks how much,
money we have at Interest; how Much
stock we have in povernment bonds or
inhat banks; and various other queetions
t are supposed to be only .tO the
"solid men.' ", If there be anybody
around, we straighten up slightly, ez
pand our corporosity, and in• as heavy a
chest tunes m we can crommands we an
swer, "About the same as last year."
They know. well enough what that was.
Bo do we.
T=Til ExTr 14acrED-
VaLLEGE MADE WHEN Azninaakz.
27..ETH ARE ORDERED.
PULL BET TOE 80.
AT DR. SCOTT'S.
1711 7. 1 TNBTREZT, 3D .IXKMABOYX BEAD
ALL WORK WARRANTED. CALL AND .E 7
AMINE SPEC/KENS OF orstrarz VIILCAti
Ilanulltetnrers and 'Wholesale Dealers In
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP GOODS.
Also, CARBON AND LUBRICATING OILS,
N 0.147 Wood Street.
se9:n22 . Between sth and 6th Avenues.
FRUIT CAN TOPS.
We are now prepared to supply
TINNERLd the Trade with oar Patent
FRUIT ,_CAN TOP.
Having FECT, SIM PLE f an d CHEAP.
the names of the various fruits
to t e m c p e r n d t eurp on
ntd ra from
stamped upon the Top h t
clearly, dt.ttnetly and PE R MA NE NTY LISELED fru i t t h e placing. tha
name or the fruit the can contains ob
posite the pointer and sealing' In the
No preserver of fruit or good
HOUSEKEEPER will use any other after
once seeing it.
Send 25 cents for sample.
P/ANOS. ottGANS, &
lapr 17Y THE BEST AND CHEAP..
EST PIANO AND ORGAN.
Schomacker's Gold Medal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
The SCHOILACKER PIANO combines all the
latest valuable-improvements known In the con
struction of a first class Instrument. and has al
ways been awarded the highest premium ex
hibited. Its tone is fall, sonorous and tweet. The
workmanshin, for duntblitty and beauty, amass
all o th ers.- Prices from es° to $ll5O. (according
to style and finish.) cheaper than .all other so
calla° first class Plano.
&STET OOITA.3E 0/ZGAN
Stands at the bead of all reed Instruments. In
producing ,the moat perfect ptpeAnality of tone.
of any Instrument In the United . States.
It is simple and compact In conatructioa, and
not liable to vet out of order'
OARPENTER'IS PATENT " VOX lIIIIANA
TRILI(OLO'' la only to be found la this Organ.
Price from $lOO to $2150.
Maas. gairaitteed for She
BARB, KURE k BTJRITLER,
No. I.IIST. CLAIR STREET.
pIIANO9 AND ORGANS --An en •
tire new stork of
KNARE'S UNRIVALLED PIANOS:
HAINES BROS.. MHOS:
PRINCE & CO'B ORGANS AND MRLODE.
ONS and TREAT, LINSLEY & CO'S ORGANS
II a CTT I3 al
4 3 Finn avenue. 30 1: 7 13.
OYS' CLIO 1 G
At Very Low Prices.
Gray & Logan,
47 ST. CLAIR STREET.
(Lute Cutter with W. Hespesseise.)
No. 53 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh.
NEW FALL GOOD&
A tolendld new Hoek of
CLOTHS, C ASsINERES! &C.,
duet received by lIENRY !MYER.
GLASS. ORINIL. OUTUIMY.
100 WOOD STREET.
BOXIENJAN AND CHINA.
large doe}, or
SILVER 'PLLTED GOODS
or all descriptions.'
Oall'and examine onr and
feel satisfied no one need all to be to
R. E. BREED & Co.
100 WOOD STREET
A LARGZ ASB ORTJAZif? Cnt NA TI
TRAUffilqligET & OPAQUE MANS,
At 107 Narket Street.
XXLII rzrni Annum.
tee •io FL EL BOOMS & 8720.
WALL. PAPER -- REMOVAL.
THE OLD MK STORE IN / NOW PLACE,
W. P. sirtLL
rerti* Ved horn 8 7 WOOD BTDEET to
NO. 191 41 .8ERTY B2RZET,
afew doori l sbore BT. CLAM.
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CARD ? HcCANDLESS & CO.,
Late Wilson, Carr d (Ivo
Foreign and Domestic Dry goods,
No. 114. WOOD MEET
Third door *bare Diamond alley,
01 - 14 TANNED LEATHER
BELTING of a superior quality alto round
leather Belting or different sires , Alargestock
oa hand at the !await price s.
feS , exta:4B SLUti Street:
SLlPllirkTar TX:Lajr3m 0.1E 91 11309
HOUSEKEEPING AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
Pillow Case Muslin,
Linen Ste eetings,
CARPETS OF ALL QUALITIES.,
. 130 . 7 ELESIE3
In Desirable Fabrics and. Material.
CASSEMERIES, TWEEDS,. 41E4NS,
FOR .117. EN AND BOYS' WEAR.
EMBROIDERIES AND TIMINGS, lIOSIERY AID GLOV2S,
All Departments of the /louse will be kept well supplied
during the Season, by daily additions of New Goods.
180 AND 182 :EDERAL STREET,
A VERY LeißiE STOCK,
IN GOOD STYLES.
Full and Complete Assortments of
, AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY.
MOITHE F. PHIL_p4
EARNEST'S PATENT CRIB.
' • LEMON & WEISE.
Practical Amman Mannfactarers, /ta t
Where may be found a fall assortment of Psi.
lor. Climber and Kitchen Furniture. dal
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IrE PARTNRSHIP HERETO
FORE existing between the undersigned,
fling business In the name and style of BEY
NOLDs, ALPERP & 00 . Is the manufactun
and sale of Boots and Shoes In the city of Pitts
burgh. is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The business will be continued by J. B. REY
NOLDS Cud WM. MOORE, wbo have tell power
to use the dam's name In sel Ming up the business.
and wbo will settle all claims against sald Ara.
and collect all debts due Es! r• film. •
J. B. REYNOLDS,
• 0.- ALPERT
0,) Wm. moosir.,
_ E. w.
Wrryntss—i. .7. NEW3ITT.R. HILL.
Prrrsaunatt, February S 3, 1869. fe76•112
HAIM AND CAIRS,
GRAY'S FERRY •
PRINTING INH WORK&
C. E. ROBINSON,
Black and Colored Printing & Lithographic
Gray's Ferry Road , and 88d Street,
New York Cleb,
• EmPire, s tarrt.itg.
AE other mid sisea at. the Ten lovas
del4. 79 PEDIDRAL 9T. , ' AT tzettmirr.
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.so:tTtMProprietos . giiALL aa i l s es i .a;
a O Oll NEws ------
CREW BREAD rm maxim.
Enquire for WART 'S ligiceirAL
_ Tie l it
nv gest and beet. The initials .M . WO , es
eirelv.: Take wine else..' , morn
r ill" littaßEß
oeton ar el m :lmppaaaniin.gmaan,diurG l: ost E tukre ltg ato iN frith G e a
as IoW as tbls quality of gooqs eau be bought of
the Manufacturer A rut stork always on band
at the India Blubber Dtpot, 20 anti 28 812$11
a • 4
Solo Agents for the Company.
AT CAD ST,
TO • CLOSE 1!;TOCIC.,
87 ALABRET B.22tEEZ
ROCK THE BABY
BOLD ONLY BY I
JIM RECEIVED AT
McCOltD & CU's,
131 WOOD STREET.
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