The Pittsburgh gazette. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1866-1877, April 29, 1869, Image 5

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    NEW
.EONA RD 13.1011N5. At tornO - s•
S.T•LAW AND NOTARY rußLie, having
removed from kis old stand. sio. YR Fourth
avenue to No. 135 FIFTH A.V.EN:IIR. Pittsburgh,
torrposite GAZETTE ottice,) will particula 17 at
.tend to the Collections of Accounts and Rents,
and Will as usual take depositions, AcknOwledg
meats, Probates, se., and exeente,Conveyancing
and all Legal Writings. ap2l th 7 6
07FICZ or CITY ENGT/lIIIIP.,
ALLY:GU:MY CITY. PA , April ABth, 1808.
tomyrricE.—The Assessmentslor
Grading ord Pavirg of FULTON STREET,
Ohio to Washington Avenues; also, for the
Grading and Paving of ...oneord street, trom
Chestnut street to Madison avenue; and also, ft r
the Grading of Blossom alley, are now ready for
examination andM
can be seen at the °ee 0 the
City Engineer until MAT 6th. 1869, - when the*
v i
will be
aeed n the hands of the City Treasurilr
lOr collectlpn
CHAR. DAVIS,
City Engineer
apz:l2l
FEDERAL. OIL COMPANY .
In pursuance of an order from the Court
Common_Pleas of Alleghegy couoty, Perinsyly
nies. the Directors of the FEDERAL On, CO
CENTS ave thi
share,ay declard f or thwi t hiend of TE
per payable totlrelega
holders of stock in said 'company, on return to
the Secretary of certificates or other evidence of
ownership.
Allparties are hereby notil.d that dividends.
tiCillimed for a period of six nionths,will be dis
used of accordin_g to law. • •
By order of the Board.
' A. B. MILLa, Secretary.
Ofilce,Duquesne Way, 3 doors below Ninth ht.,
Pittsburgh. Pa.
Pittsburgh, April AS, 18139. ap29:127
'TEL GLEASON;
. .
Of Philadelphia,
Will deliver his opening lecture to his celebrated
course of 61.2 lectures on the "Laws of Physical
Cigure and tbh Art of Acquiring Health,
Strength,• Gracie. Beauty and Long Life," at
LAFAYETTE...HALL, MONDAY EVENING,
MAr 3d, 1869; Seats free to the first lecture.
Dr. llileason'a lecture will be illustrated with the
fineet collection of mociels, &c., ever seen in the
United States, costing over $515,000 in Paris.
1020:130 : . • •
ALLEGHENY TRUST CO.
BANK STOCK.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
On SATURDAY- EVENING, MAY lat, at 51
'Clock, will be sold at the Auction Rouse, 159
Federal street. Allegheny, by order of the Ad
ministrator of the estate of the late GEORG&
RAYNOR, 9 shares Allegheny Trust Co.
spit
A. LEGGIATE, Auctioneer.
VICTOR Hcows
NEW BOOK,
THE MAN WHO LAUGHS.
PART I.
SEA AND NIGHT.
Price, 50 cents,
1:110MME QUI RIT,
Premiere Partie,
LA- XIM:t ET LA. NUIT.
iso Cents.
S. A. t'L.A.lllr. dr. CO..
aro 110 '{FOOD STREET.
FOR SALE.
• ENVELOPES. CARDS,
BILLS LADING, CHECKS
DEEDS, MORTGAGES t
BECEIPTS and BLANK BO OKS
Of every description at the
STATIONERY WAILEROI7SEI OF
W. S. HAVEN & CO.,
Cor Wood Street and Third Avenue.
areahlM
A% &
ft &TM
SPRING STOCK
UG
OLIVER
iI'CLUTOCK
le COMPANY'S.
We are receiving this
week by ocean steamers from
England a fresh stock of the
latest and most beautiful de
claim , in English; Taneclry
and Body Brussels by direct
importations from the man
dub:niers. We invite the
insoedien of house furnish
ers, confident that we offer
the largest assortment and
greatest - ; 'varietv of elegant
patterns ever brought to
this market, at the lowest
.DrieeS,
Great inducements are
offered in all grades of In
grains` and Three Plies, it
being their constant, aim to
offer to -the multitude, the
fullest assortment of dean
and serviceable Carpets at
lower rates 'than any other
housa.:o the trade.
No. FIFTH AvVitrz.:
NEW
• ..
~I MN
" FeOlge will always give money where they
have their money , ' woriti.—Nato York Daily
Time*.
NUMBER SIX
OF
APPLETONS' JOURNAL
CONTAINS
A STEEL. ENGRAVING
EXQUISITE BEAUTY,
ENTITLED
THE RIVER ROAD,
I=
A. F. BELLOWS,
Forming one of a Series of Chntce Engraving,
suited for the Poitfollo or the Frame. This en
graving is pronounced a gem, and will be fol
lowed by others from paintings by Church, Cast •
lear, Durand, James Hart, Haseltine, Suydam.
Fenn and others. -
NOVELTY, VARIETY, AND FRESHNESS,
ABE THE
CONSTANT AIM OF THE JOURNAL
From the hundreds of commendatory notices of
the Jornwat, we select the following:
tFrom the Commercial Bulletin, Boston.)
Appleton' Journal is one or the most e'egant,
as we'J as one of the cheapedt, laces lY Publica
tions we ever awe. How thb publishers can man
age to furnish such s beautifully printed- and
handsomely Illustrated publication f.r ten cents
is a mystery known to themselves.
(From the New York Hera - d.)
•
Number four of tills new paper sustains well,
as all Its predecessors have done, the promise of
n umber one—that It would be the handsomest.
and. In general character, the best weekly yet
publiaheu In the country.
(From the New York Times.)
Such business enterprise three:zeta success; for
people will always Rive money where tbpy get
their money's worth. .
(From the Boston Evening Transcript.)
It combines some of the reatureCof the maga,
sine with mope of a literary and ethical and il
lustrated popular periodical,
(From the Philadelphia North American.)
The Journal is exceedingly attractive in every
feature s and will bear a scrutiny of the most Crit
ical.
The Xcwiminaista
CONTAINS 3 P.M3ES, KMBRACDN3
FICTION, TRAVEL, ADVENTURE,
AND INTERISTENG ARTICLES UPON'
Popular Sub) ets of Gen eral Intere st,
THE GREAT STORY OF
' VICTOR HUGO,
ENTITLED
THE MAN WHO LAUGHS;
19 continued in this number. Per sale by all ne-a
agents. Pnce 10 cents per No., or $4 per an
num, in advance.
D:APPLETON & CO., Publishers,
90. 99 .t 04 GRAND sr, NEw Tonx
ap.Z:l24
NEW PUBLICATIONS
READY THIS DAY.
D. APPLETON & CO.,
NOS. 90, 95 AND 94 GRAND STREET,
Publish this day
TOMMY TRY, AND WHAT HE DID IN 80I
ENi.E. By CIIABLES OTLEY NAPIER,_
F. G. 84 authorof ••Food, Use and Beauty. of
British Birds," An. With forty-six Illustra
tions. 1 vol., 18mo, cloth. $1.13.
,• •Tommy Try' Is a bdok of popular science,
having reference chiefly to botony and the habits
of animals, and interspersed with a good deal of
ilghl, story-telling and inn. With a view, we sup
pose, to rendering toe science more attractive to
otithful readers. The work reminds ns some
whatof the • Philosopphy In dport made Science in
Earnest' of the late Dr. Paris, which many years
ago waste, great a favorite with the boys who are
now middle aged men."—tondo*'Review.
MANTILLA'S RECIPROCAL METHOD POR
LEARNING SPANISH OR ENtitieH. Mei o
do 8111n_gus pars Aprender et Ingles 7 el Xs
yellol.ror Luis IrYLTPX MANTILLA. 71. VOL,.
1.9m0., 5100 pp. $1,50.
• `The specialfeature of this Method consists in
Packing a foreign language by means of a eon
tinned comparison with the native tongue of the
learner, employing, for the expression of any
given idea, the pure idioms of each, With a view
to obviate that unfortunate "rawbick upon the
rtndy of otheriangusgee, Which is to be found in
the almost universal loss of purity In the use of
one!. own"' .
ELEMENTS OF LATIN GRAMMAB,_ FOR
SCHOOLS. By ALBERT HARKNESS. rb. I).
1 vol., limo. 41,35.
Either of the above seat free by mall oniveelot
of the mice. apM;l23
VOL. I. OF VI,TOR kiIIGO'S NEW WORK
D. APPLETON & CO.,
NO. 90, 99 AND 91GRAND ST., NEW YORK.
Publish ibis day
VOL. L or •
THE MAN WHO LAUGHS,
IN IT/LYNCH AND ENGLISH.
Price in either lama age, with steel plate portrait
of the Author, Fifty Cents.
No wont of recent times has excited more eu
riosity and expectation than this I. no-looked for
novel. It Is Victor Hogo's lint attempt at the
delineation of Itngilsh character and life. and
has been for many years his favorite task. It ex
hibits all the aromatic force, that iceight lnto
character, those humanitarian aspiration,. that
.wonderful power of descriptive ainguage and
that command over all the picturesque and .
dra
matic elements in man and nature; watch render.
ed Lai laterablaa the surprise and death& of ev
ery alvilizeu people.
Sent free by ?nal, to any address on receipt lof
the price. ap39:426
VICTOR HUGO'S NEW NOVEL
THE MAN WHO LAUGHS. Part 1., Sea
and Night; also the same In Frc, eh 50
HOMIIIL RUI -ItIT La Mer. Et La Nun. 50
AUERBACH'S VILLAGE TALI. SISU
THE AMERICAN YZAft BOOK and Na
tional Register 3 50
EVENING - BY EVEN - MO. By Spurgeon.. 175
PARTON'S LI Ir II OF HoRAOR GREELEY
New Union 3 00
FISHING IN AMERICAN WATERS. By
Genf° C. Scott '3 50
REALITIES OF IRISH LIFE. Handy Vol.
ume Series 1 OD
BREAKING A BUTTERFLY. By Author '
Guy Livingstone. (Paper 35) 1 50
OVER YONG
.. By author of Old Mani.
mules Seert:t 30
HISS ALCOTT'S CHARMING 'BOOK,'
LITTLE WOMEN. ma Series 150.
YOB SALE BY
B. S. D.A.VIEI at CO.,
193 LIBEUTT STREET.
ROCK THE BABY
EARNEST'S PATENT CRIB.
BOLZI 04T ET
LEMON & WEII§E.
_
?radii:AlßY:rafters Mann&dam* Ben
In
'' Us 7POVIVIIII AVlaritria. '
.
Waste aim be tpmaA a toil sasortakeat ocrar*
Vat Cbsigbet sa4 miniragaltaxe 40111
,
-
PirSEXat GAZVITE: T T I N RS P.AX• 29, -189.
NEW Ariftittismoirts.
At 22 c s., White Marsailles.
Atl2 cts , Extra Good Yard
Wide Muslins.
At 61-4 ets., Fast Colored Cali-
• cues.
At 8 cts., Feud Colored Calicoes.
At 10 cts..;Past Colored ,Calicoes.
SHEETING: MUSLIN%
.PILLOW CASE MUSLIMS,
SHIRTING MITSLINS &c.
New Spring Bonnets, Ribbons & Belabel
HAT & BONNET FRAMES &C.
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
SHIRT BOSOMS. COLLARS, AC.
FULL AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENTS AT
WILLIAM SEMPL.E'S,
180 and 182 Federal Street,
JOE E. COOPER lIKKEY SIZE,
JON M. COOPER & CO.,
Bell and Brass Founders.
BRASS CASTINGS
MADE PROMPTLY TO ORDER.
Maleable and Grey Iron Fittings,
GAS PIPE AND TUBING,.
THROTTLE, SAFETY AND CHM VALVES,
ALL GLOBE PATTERN.
IRON COCKS,
Brass Work of every description for
Steam, Water and 011.
usicurauxußsns or J. M. GbOPER'S
Improtred Balance-Wheel Steam Pump.
Agents for Preyfuel Patent Oil
ers, the best in the Market.
Odlee and Works, corner
. teenth sutd Pike
Streets. •
WALTIL9.3I WATCHES,
8.4 Plate, 16 and 20 Sizes.
•
To the manufacture of these nee Watches the
Company have devoted all the science and skill
In the art at their command, and confident!).
lclaim that for fineness and beauty, no less than
• ibr the greater excelencles of Mechanical and
scientific correctness ot &sign and execution,
these watches are unsurpassed anywhere.
• In this country the manufacture of
Abut, AneAvade of Watches le not even
it.Minphr except at Waltham.
TOE SALE BY
Z. a erPADDEN & CO.
mh4:
BOORS SETTLED,
Alb)
ACCOUNTS COLLECTED. r
MONEY To LOAN.
TINE FARMS IN TENNSTLYANTA:
HOUSES AND LOTS IN PTIIERIMMII
AND EAST LIBERTY: ' • •
LOTS IN littiNtii:ilC6: .;
• 11 '
MISSOURI AND VlaeiNla i.LND
FOR SAME.
Enquire: of
THOS. SIMPSON,
NOTARY PUBLIC, 80 GRAtT STREIT*
- oMce, book, room
'olt SALE.
- •
17...0t7.13;
ar u ilifi a nta Y 6stalliff i TY,
OMEN
0 rAL , •
17 23 21014,1r 1 " - •
Also, • choice lot vs Seed Potatoes:
StAItLY GOODMOA,
P/lACHBL.OW. Dy
• NEATEN. & nißtelmt . "
AT THE WHITE •
'229
. 14t*rsy : I tneci
Shl lEA. i
Eclat. Fell)! US& ;-
]fawleeks reamers
tala cittbn itisat . Kat a POT
ISAIAH V
t • .
Y.* -
NEW SEEING HATS,
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS,
ALLEGHENY CITY
'
A.,,,..t•-atl:
Pifkrtri:‘..'',4. • " .
ASV4tZ;ga.g.eVe..:;."3R4.IV,ICAP't^Vkq§VJP.I-'S•f,,j,=4el
'414.%15-tP4'*l.%-:sirnWiVr4'`'".*::ShsVoogW47,kAlVt-ufr.'W
- •
• 34
pr •
~W ~eD~a~s~~ir~c~..
OPENED THIS MORNING
AT 25 CENTS,
HANDSOME FINE
DOUBLE WIDTH,
CHANGEABLE AND
PLAIN COLORED
.kILI: ) .&C:i.A. S.
GREAT VARIETY
NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS
MI
VERY LOW PRICES
LE
WILLIAM SEMPLE'Si
180 and 162 Federal Street,
ALLEGHENY. CITY.
TA.GitiABT
8. iS{I2IIIEN,
RETAIL
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS
AT
Wholesale Prices.
NO. 129 FEDERAL STREET,
Allegheny City.
REFINED
FAMILY LARD,
PACKED BY ,
PROCTER GAMBLE.
CINCINNATI.
Ask your Grocer for, ourbrand of
Lard ha those Packages!
Packed in 3,5, and 10 pound Caddies, 80
pound Cases for shipment. Cheapest mode for
selling Lard. Send for Price List.
• SOLD u
ISAIAH DICKEY & CO.,
PITTSBURGH, •
And Grocers and Dealers. Generally..
Sp23:t 93
A GREAT SUCCESS!
•
WASIELIATG MAC}ECLIE !
It washes the finest fabrics. without !alum
perfectly clean in less than one• eighth the ordi
nary way. It does not rub the cloth. but per
forms the cleaning process by steam and th -
quick action of but water; It can be operated by
a child. Its great chaanness makes It accessible
to every family and saves Its own cost In doing
away with tubs.
PRICE,
Sold from the Manufactory, at
• • ' TROXIS ' KERMIM a
PENN ST.. OPPOSITE THE PAIR GROUND.
EirAGENTIO WANTED. aDisaist
SCHILDECKER & SONS
Have returned to their well known location.
TREET,
Where they are grepsredlo fern Ishrest every
day a tine, large assoitmen of /
CAKES AND )3R AD
Of every desTriptfon. Kept consts tiy on hand
the very best Confectioneries In the hit,.
N. B.—OrdenTfor parties. cvivi? be supplied
thibabortest notice and. delks . e4ed to any.part
of theiwo cities. • ; •
Lidice Lleu, eA I s. lauli
Alio. lON CiRNAH SALOON now •
mAinse durLoikshe season.
1.0172U2:.` , •
NO. 22 DIAMOND
JOUR a. EITOART EOM H. PATTIRSON.
R° R. PATTERSON Si CO4
ELLTAIII`AM)
CORlatesszo634,utts
COB. IBTEN,TH ITENUE, IV;
•
iwarii illlll / 4 0 004.4"::: i'. t '
t ,:
,~~~ ~~
a_
*l/to "Ye Elegig.''
"X 4. 4 1! I .lfrawtr," "Jtmaid. ,, "Boarding,*
&e,;, 'sot ism/disci/TO OR lINES each ,tit he In.
aertra inure aottouie olloe for rwsisrrr-Fini
üßars: each etddttiotsat Use FIVE mums.
/ WANTED-HELP.
WANTED,r-A first class Car-
Vi" Pettier,' capable of ma lag charge of &well
establlbhed 'hop In the city. in which an Interest
win ,be given to a satiable person. This Is a
first-rate chance for an enterprising man to set
Into business. Address. W. p., Bok GAZETTZ
OFFICE. . .
WANTED—Cook and Cham
ber maid. None but can g lire good refer
ence need appiy. Good wages given. Maguire
at Atuerican- House, 419 Beaver amine, Alle
gheny City.
ANTED---RELPr---AT . ;ENE.;
v
PLOYMENT OFFICE, No.ll. BC Clair
Street, BOYe OLIILS and MICN, for different
kinds of employment. Persons wanting help
of *I kinds Mtn be supplied on shoat:lotion.
NVANTED. Two or four
young men to occupy a furnishrd front
room, third floor, without board, within ten
minutes' walk of the Postofflee. Xnquire at 116
Wylie street.
WANTED ---AGENTS.
WANTED - AGENTS - NEW
BOORti-200 ENGRAVINGS—The Far
mers and Mechanics Manuel. A book of Rms.
value to every one. Send for 16 page eirculart
Also. LIFE AND EMMEN OF ST. PAUL.
($3.00.) with Introduction by Rev. Bishophimp
son. The only complete unabridged edition. .
A. L. TALCOTT Q CO.,
963 Fourth avenue.
Plitqbbrgh, Ps.
NSTANTED` - AGENTS TO
make an arrangement with a few reliable
Men to act as State Agents for the Sale of Dr.
Ashbaughts ••Wonder of the World." This
remedy is sold on the package system, not to be
paid for until fully tested. I pay good Agents
OM per month, and large commtssion to distrib
ute packages among families and to a few good
men I wlllmake a special arrangement for btate
Agencies. ' No capital required - brit must give
surety for capltalplaced in theft. bands. I her;
nish the capital. For confidential tents call per
tonally. for a few days, on J. O. TILTON. oO'
Fourtn avenue. ap:3. tf
WANTED - BOARDERS. -- A
gentleman and Ins wife, or two single
.gentlemen,' can find good BOARI , LNQ anot a
'v. ry pleasant front room, second floor, by call
ing at No. 18 Wylie Street. •
beOARDING—An elegant front
room, Ad floor, at No. 1.141 North avenue,
ghPny. Suitable Lora gentleman and wife or
two gentlemen.
9C-LET.-11001118.—Two tine
ROOMS In GAZETTE BUILDING. Apply
at =Gag Boom. B 4 and tiG Filth avenue.
rpO-LET.—The desirable
DWELLING HO USE,
No. 595 Penn street. furnished throughout, eon.
tabling 10 rooms, bath room, .tc.; good stable,
carriage house, and large yard room. Posses
sion given June Ist.
OR SALE.—OLD . TYPE. MET—
A:. AL.—About Two Thousand Pounds for sale
kg_ L. & W. NICER. once of FREI-EMUS
FEEU7sD, No. 143 fttlthlield street. • --
eat SALE—TYPE.--Albout 400
pounds YEE. nearly as good as
new, Enquire at THIS OFFICE.
FOR BALE . -- NEW FRAME
?COTTAGE of 5 rooms, hall and cellar. In
lOth Ward, (late East Linerty.) Lot GO by 181
feet: broad board walk from Railroad staLion.
Price low and terms easy. Enqutreat Tins O.
Fmk.,
A. BARE BUSE% ESS 'CHANCE—
' :Stock : Lee and Fixtures F e deral b-
Lined intl GOODS HOUSE on street,
AJlegheay. (rear Market y House.) Lease . nearly
treyear to run. Amp at
rat; I rk:DM:AL STREKT.
iin:1111 . Allegheny.
R . SALE OR RENT.-Caun.
,
try residence. liX miles from, the Court
ouse. LARGE FRAME HOUSE. Ibontsining 8
rooms, portico In front; good garde nit lots, 5()
by 3,1 0 feet; level end well located. Inquire of
WILLIAM S..Bui
75 Smithfield street, P i ttsburgh.
VOW SALE.—ilare chance for
.11: the nroiltable investment .of 415,000 in an
establi,hed manufacturing business in uhio. now
paying largely. theesired by the narty invest
ing,, be can have managing of the works at a
fair salary. Satisfaction, as to Its paving, fully
shown. For particulars apply to or address,
CROFT & PHILLIPS, Rent Estate Agents, No.
139.Foneth avenue. ' ap29
OR SALE.—SaIt Works and
tee east of Pittsburgh . estern Penna.R.R.,
F OR
milesof Works are along
side of railroad, and are now in successful opera
tion. Will be sold at a borgain, as the owner is
too o'd to attend to it. Land Is underlaid with
coal and tire clay. From personal examination
we must say this property is decidedy
CROFT & PHILLIPS, Real Estate Agents, Igo.
139 Fouritt avenue.'
OR SALE.—Suburban
.;n
s -
f
rou d d, ceo uat ßus eheSbonduandOßradAdrk o, .within two minutes' walk of a station on either
railroad. The house is a neat frame of seven
rooms, large hall and cellar; lot contains all ne
cessary outbuildings, and an abundance of ail
kinds of fruit, good Boring water In k'tchen; ten
feet from the house is a store-roomltibv 30,with
a ware-room attached; store-room now rented
and doing a good bullpen. The location of the
propertyls all that could he desired either for a
country residence or business stand, or both.
Aunty to CROFT a PHILLIPS, Real Zstate
Agents, No. 139 Fourth avenue, ap'M
FOR mix.
•
Near Osborn Station, on the Pittsburgh,
Ft. Wayne and Chicag o Railroad,
.
' TWO. LOTS
Contai nine About Two Acres Each.
11NQ17184 OE
•
Vil . :' MACKEOWN & 8R0..,
- .195- Liberty Street.
.
miiiii - .
*
pARDENERS•TAKE NOTICE.
FOR BALE . —The FOURTEEN MILE
LAND, on dre g . Allegheny River,. and now
Used for gardenin purposes; well improved and
in a high state ofcultivation; containing 40 or
50 acres, now offered at a bargain. Call soon.
iAlso, other Farms in good locations. Woolen
rtit o e iT 6gfrai ff l u ttrrta a d n . d AZenty:ClAkl4l4
Sue and To-let in both cities. For farther par
ticulars inquire or WILLIAM WARD, •
Gnat street. ormositneathedral. •
tIL'iWO THOUSANDDOLLARS,
in easy_payments, will pnrchaae a TWO
OILY }IOWA., nearly new well built and in
good order, dye roo cellar. Wl` Of
OkiOUND, afteen feet front on Fifth avenue by
one hundred deep to Borba street, alinate Kindle
beyond doho bridge. - - ,
EMI
sPRENG . . ,
lEC.A.WII3,
An Immense Stock at Low Prices; a ;
1' 4 :
* MCCORD i Coy
-----,
api .. 181 won snow.
•
,e 4 ,t4loon.
lops Tomerzar,
liistarionua or
WINDOW GLASS.
varenous•-No. AT WOOD sTaXEr.
. 1 9obio:» • • • • • Pittentriar
Den and will
;.*''
' 4
It ;
BOARDING.
TO LET .
FOR SA LE
2 -
B. CUTHBERT & SONS,
39 fßztbAventie.
NOTICES
afr FUR REGISTER OF WILLS
JOSEPH IL GRAY,
Subject to the decision of the Rep ublican County
Convention. - ap20:121
-THE ANNEAL MEETING
of the Stockholders of the Pacific and At
lantic Telegraph Company of the United States,
for the election of a President and six Directors,
will be held at the Board of Trade Rooms at
Bark's building, Fourth avenue,MAY 4th, at 10
e. x.: EDWARD JAY ALLEN.-
an24:1197 Secretary.
WRAILWAIY NOTICE.-THE
First Annual Meeting of tile Stockhold
ers of the **Federal Street and rleaaant Valk,
Passenger Railway Company," will be held at
Cray's Hotel, corner of Jackson street and Ir.
win avenue. Second ward, Allegheny. on TUES
DAY EVENING., Mat 4th, at 7P. wh ic hr the
election ors Board ot,Directors, at time
the Stockholdern will receive their certificates of
stock. By order of Board of Directors,
ap22:hBs = W. M. CLANEY. Secretary.
arFIRST WARD, iPITTS...
BURGH.
The Republicans of 114 ward will meet In the
SCHOOL :HOUSE
THIS (THHR.SRAY)RTRNING. at o'clock
to mike irslipltniry irrangemMits for the
approaching County Conventions.
Ry order of the
ap29:122
U.S.INTERNAL REVENUE ASSESSOR'S OFFICE.
291 D DISTRICT, PENNA
Pirrsnunall, April 20th, 1 8 69.
IarNOTICE.—I WILL ' REAR
and determine at this office, until the
FIRST DAY OF MAY NEST, all appeals rela
'tfie to any erroneotis or excessive valuations of
Any assessments made by Assistant Assess Ors
In their returns of the annual lists.
RUSSELL' ERRETT,
ap24:h99
AsSenor 214 District, Pa.
PITTSBURGH, FT:WATWE & CHICAGO R.N. Co.,
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.
PITTSBURGH, PA.,I March 14, 1869.
Iar"THE BOARD OF lIIREC
TORS OF THIS GOMPANY have - de
clared the regular Quarterly
,Dividend, (No. 21 .)
of two and one-half percent., free of Govern
ment ta March , 3 1s t ,
capital st, for the Quarter
ending Glst, payable on,and after !SION
DAY. April 27, proximo. at the office of Wins
low, Lanier & Co., No. 27,Pine street, to those
registered at New York, aird - attbe office of the
Treasurer, to those registered it Pittsburgh.
The Transfer Nooks- will clos T u es d ay ,, nday.
Anril 12: at 9 P. St., and re-open April
'A7, at 10 A. B.
F. M. HUTCHINSON.
' Secretary.
IarrIIBLIC
Punuant to an act of Assembly, approved
the 20th of March, 1869, entitled "an ant relat
ing to ItPerments In -Trinity Church-y ard.• Picts
burgh," Public Notice Is hereby given of the in
te ntdon of the minister.' walrdens and, vestry. of
Trinity (Eplscopul) Church. after the 10th of
MAY, proximo, to use a part of the grave.
ground belonging to or Connected with said
church, as sites for new erections of Church and
Chapel and for , grades, and - that Messrs. JOHN
-11. SHOENBEP GER, JAMES M: COOPRE,
CALVIN ADAMS and JOsIAH Kmat, of the
vestry, have been appointed a_Committee to con
fer and arrange with the friends and relatives of
all persons burled In,the ground required for the
purposes set forth In the act of Assembly afore
said, for their retention under the new build .Irs
or removal to Other parts of the.lot or to one of
the rum'. cemeteries. One or• inore of the COM.
mittee may be found at the vestry room of the
chutth at 3 to 5 o'clock P. R., on every WED
NESDAY and SATURDAY until the 15th of
-MAY. at whicktime and place, parties interested
will please call.
By order of the Vestry.
408IAII KING,
aplekW9 Junior Warden..
lay PENNSYLVANIA RAIL- •
ROAD CO.
TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT,
PHILADELPHIA. PA., April 9, 1869.
TO _TIM STOCKHOLDERS OF THE PENN.
SYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY.
All Stockholcers, as registered on the Rooks of ,
this Company on the 30th day of April. 1869.
will be' entitled to subscribe for TWENTY.FiVE
PER CENT, of their respective interests in New
Stock. at per, as follows: -
t First. Fifty per cent. at the time of subwrip
sloe. between the 15th day of May, 1861) , and
the 30th day or June, 1869.
Second. Fifty per cent. between the 15th thy
of November, 15:69. and the 31st day of Decem
ber. 1869; or. if Stockholders should prefer, the
whole amount may be paid up as the time of sub
scription, and each instalment so paid up ebait be
molded to a prO rata of tuelMv dend that may
be declared oa full shares. - •
Thfrci. That every St, eLholder holding less
than four shares, shall be entitled to subscribe
for one share; and those holding more than as
multiple of four shares shall-be entitled to subs
scribe for an additional share.
Fourt/a. AU shares npon'which instalments are
yet 'to be paid under Resolution of May 13,
1868, will ue entitled to their allotment of the
Twenty-tilve per cent. at par, as though they
were paid in full.
spls:h46 THOMAS I'. FIRTH, Treaturer.
arT O- .CONTRACTORS., :
Pittaburgh & Railroad.
Proposals will be received up to i34143411W,,
May Ist, Inclusive, for the
GRADUATION, MASONRY AND BALLASTING
Of the remaining 47 Sections of tt is Road, alta
ated at intervals upon the 90 miles between Con
u !Defile and Cumberland.
specifications will be ready for distribution at
the Pittsburgh and Cnmberland Offices, on PRI
DAY, the 015 of 'April, tartd all information
necessary for the proper examinatiorf of the
work will be by the Engineer upon the
line.
By order of the President and Directors.
BENJ. IL LATROBE.
Chief Enginee r.
PITTEPB OII / 11 1100NXELL°V1ELT.Z i. R. COU I.
tailo.si3:B Pittsburgh,. Much "say
L
EGS !
LEGS• .
The Artificial Limb Manufacturing CO.
CHARTERED' BY THE STATE OF PENNA.
All Shateheiders are en Wonting the
gambit Made by this Company.
To those requiring a limb we would say that
our own experience has Induced us to establish&
factory here that would make a comfortable and.
eatable limb for a reasonable pries. Aft- Ttry.
lag a number of solid socket and padded socket'
legs, we have each found mere comfort and list
fli.nesa in this •• ADJUSTABLE LACEUSG
ROCKET , ' than in any other mattein the coun
try. .One of our number, a skilled ottrobente, has
charge tf the shop. We havebought the Tien t°
use two of the best patents, and by our experi
ence we hope to Improve inevery way that will
add to the comfort.durabllity orappearenee of the
limbs we make. We have plat the price of our •
new legs at. 115 ) ) ... Persons traps a distance are
only detained In the city while the measure and a
ea" of the Miaredilmßis taken. •
The saving to paramecia, as compared with
Eastern prices, Is fromlvo to anti in toe pries
of lege ; • $26 railroad fare; hotel bats
and other traveling exienses. and then we are
satisfied Mat Ilmb tot Mahe OttlerWariefachon
than anstona mods in New lark or Pitilade tphia,
If we can get ordere,we can maintain our factory
at the above price; and we therelbre ask an ex.
aminallon before going elsewhere: ,
Wet "sake to Order and keep on hands impel
of stockings, braces { and appliances for injure
of deformed limb s crutcnes, trusses, shoul
der brace,. he. Forfutther nfortuation ”r cir
cular, containing many seatimot.lal letters nem
those whb have worulcuir artificial Rmes, address
ARTeFICIAL LIMB 'MANUFACTURING CO.,
and
dl. s o o u 3 rte l e TlN .
pitu rß i f ur E a ls. h.beptareinoithbzirsterruentTlx
AmEit ‘CAN BANK.
NO. 80:1*OORTIX AVENUE,
• ITITEIBURE*II.
eismr CAPITAL • • • ..''. •- .200,0 M
Stockholders Individua lly. Liable. ~
, 2 5
BANK 07 DISCOVIrr A,.!111 .11)144*.1FV.
JOHii In. MD. Wilt. PLOith. •
Preilsileat. , -
, ? ';, - , .. -- •
DIRECTORS.
Thm if;Vrardiant• - - 'iTolra M. Martian
Win. . e . Arch ' ..-. Archibald Wallace:
. Arndt, • ..; . .jas,il3,-x e L y. -...*.,
Chu. B. Leeth, - 11 07 4.
J 4 41/ I ! e .rlk.'l' I:* f - ....''
to do• O'
. ..
=a Bank L oo to prepared
aral
sieli • •
i
M
COMMITTEE.