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meeting of the Monumental
Asioglatlon will be held at the Young Mtn's
Obristisn Association Rooms. on Finn auenne,
Tiiiii.AITEILNOLei at 4 o'alock. Hy order ot
IgrACADEMY OF MUSIC.
VICTOR PASTOR - • - Disnager
MISS JEAN HOMER,
TUB AaCOMPLIMIED TBAGEDIENNS,
7'HUBSDLY EVENING; JUNE 10th.
M' 41NCHESTER SAVING%
SI sN K. EXCHANGE, and BANK OF
TUESDAY EVENING, Jane-6th. at IS o'clock
wIJI be sold on second floor of Commercial bales
3tontas, NA :Tratolle.d street.
12 shares Exchange listlonal Bank;
31 shares Bank of Pittsburgh;
B 5 shares Numbest:l' ravings Bank. -
. . O LOAN. \ •
ON FIRST CLASS MORTGAGE, CITY PROP
ERTY. Apply at
MORGAN & ROBERTS',
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
.."'"RPHA'NFP COURT SALE.-By
order of Orphans , Court, there will be ex.
posed to sale, on the premises„ . on
TUESDAY, JUNE 29,1869,
All thut certain lot in the 6th ward, Allegheny
City. (late Manchester,) at the corner of Market
and LOcust streets. having a front of 30 feet on
each of said streets, and being 30 feet square.
Tllll3lS—Ont-half cash and the balat ce in one
year. whtli. interest, secured by bond . and mort
gaue on the premises. Sale to commence at 10
do'clOck A. at.
4 ISABNLLA WATSON,
ITALUABLE CITY LOTS FOR
1 undersigned, as trustee la the partition
of the real estate of
AGNES KNOX, Deceased,
By order of the District Court of Allegheny Conn
fs. watt And at orbit's we, on the prendeee, on
WEDRESDkir, TUNE 80,1869,
At X o'clock r. A., that very valusble, property
on Fifth avenue, city of rittsbnrgh, consisting
- of Vitro LOT t. First—A lot fronting on Mar
ket street 30 feet and extending.thesame width,
along the south side of Fifth avenue 101. feet to
Market alley. tecond—A lot on the opposite side
of Market alley: Ironting on Wilt avenue AO
feet and running back, preserving tie same
width, along Market alley 30 feet. On the d at
mentioned lot are FOUR FRAME 'FE h EMENTA
. and on the other a THANE STOBk BRICK
These lots are among the most valuable in the
city of Pittsburgh. being on the prine'pal street
and In the centre of busines.t. The attention of
canita.lsts Is particularly irivited to them. as they
are desirame chiefly for the vattle of the lots, the
tathitne net belite or much consequence. and
poemsston for building p , l..puses can be obtained
on 3 months' notice. Th- pr..perty now rents
for over eight thou and dollars. The pitichsser
will receive the rents after July Ist. ,
THE TEEMS OF SALE.
inne-lhird cash. and the rew.sdninir two-thirds
In two equal annual payments. with eeml•annual
Interest tram day ut wile. secured by bond snit
moitgage on the premises.
J. W.F. WHITE,
We . are receiving this
Week by ocean steamers from
EUgland a fresh stock of the
latest and most beautiful de
sins in English Tapestry
and Body Brussels by direct
importations from the man
ufacturers. We invite the
inspection of house furnish
ers, confident that we offer
the largest assortment and
greatest variety of elegant
patterns ever brought to
this market, at the lowest
Great inducements are
offered all grades of In
grains ,and Three Plies, it
being theii ,. constant aim to
offer to the mnititude, the
fullest assortment of cheap
and serviceable Carpets at
lotir rates \ than any other
louse, In' the trade.
28 Ir#7ll - ATEINUF.,;,
THREE DAYS' FETE!
The Champion Rider,
SUPERB EQUESTRIAN TROUPE,
ALLEGHE ti Y.
I t ON THE DIAMOND,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
JUNE 17tb .18th an • 10th,
GARDNEF, & RENY N'S
CHAMPION CI GUS]
The Largeet. Best and most Instruct ve Bihibt
tton In the Wc r.d.
A Full and Comprehensive enagerle,
AND FAULTLESS CIRCUS,
'hider one Mammoth Pavilion, foi One Price
THE MENAGERIE DEPARTMENT
Is full and domplete. embracing RARE BEASTS
and BIRDS from all parts of the world.
List of Animals:
African Elephant. liable Annie. Royal Bengal
Tiger. Double Humped Backtrian Camel. Afri
can Lions, Asiatic Lioness. Rrazilian Tiwers.Pair
of African Leopards. Wild Zebra from Tavtary,
South American Panther; Spotted Hyena etripad -
Hyeita, Large White Polar hear, African lintel
Ghon, Peruvian Lama, heath American Mex.
White Wolf, Pair of spotted Axis Deer from the
banks of the river Ganges. Black Bear.rionamon
Bear. Austratign Kangaroo, African Purcupine.
Inehneumon. African OFtrich, standing nearly
Ave feet high. Geld and Silver Pheasants, Afri
can Pelicans. White Crested Cockatoos Red
Creste , l Cockatoos . Patvo'S, Maceaws and 'a host
of minor animals too numerous to mention.
THEE CIRCUS DEPARTMENT,
Under the immediate soverrlsion of the worlds
greaten Ho. semen, JAMES GOBLESON, will
',triply maintain Its title of the Champion Clreus.
Foremost au on g the large list of Artibts that
imtprise the company is the only Great alder In
' JAMES ROBINSON,
The Champion Horseman of both Hemispheres,
The only Equestrian who has dared to challenge
the world in the large sum of IU,OOO DOL
LARS, CI produce his equal as a Bareback/I/der.
This bold only has never been accept.d, and still
stands open to the world.
EMOTIONAL DISENTHRALLED ACT,
On his Bareback Sneed, throwing Forward and
Backward Somersaults over high objects and
through nalloons, Pirouetting, posturing and at.
Introducing his lorant son
Ohe prettiest, smallest and smartest child ever
brought into tee ring. The culmination of Mr.
Itobluson's Equeitrlan Exploits wilt be the car
rying of the Fairy Child .F.rect Upon His Head.
The Beautiful hey CLARENCE win also appear
at each exhibition in his
MINIATURE MENAGE ACT,
Upon his Petrly Pigmy POUT, and In an interest
ing Bareback Act.
Among the other notabilities is Miss ELIZA
KENYON, the young, graceful and daring Pre
miere Mae-itch:nue. Madame CAMILLA.
Inad'ile MINNIIg. LA PETITE MAGGIE, Miss
ST. CLAIR, HUNTING & MAT CHEWS, Mr.
FRANK RUBINSON. tn. A dABIA.2 REcoTH
ERS. /faster EDDIE GARDNER. Mr. ROBERT
HUNTING, Mr. CHARLES MATTHE crS, Mr.
DAN GARDNER. ?dr, HARRY is IN°, Mas er
ORO/CRY. Mr. MATT faCCOLLOM.Mr.IfEED.
ERICK RIVER- also. biretta. COWMAN,
RICE, BUCKLEY. BENOIT, LOOAN. MANA
HAN. &c., itc. Mr. CHARLES KENYON. will
at each exhibition introduce thi. Beautiful High
ly Educated Horse INGOMA.R.
Which win take place on THURSDAY,the 17th,
at 10 A. X. wilt be a Feature of the Day's
Amusement, 'headed by the Beautiful SIT AD
Chtrlot,drawn by aline of handsome Cream Col
ored Horses. folio-red by the Bing Horses, Ele
gaily handsomely deeorated. forming a Moving
Panorams of newly a mile in length.
Two Exhibitions Each Day, Afternoon and
Evening, Doors open at 1 o'el. , ek In the after
noon; CircussPerformance io rommenc.- at 91.
In the evening, doors owed at 64 o'clock, to com•
meuee at 7.4 giving all those who whin to witness
the Menage rle +no not the Circus ampos time to
do so and retire batire the Circus Performance
commences. Gentlemanly Ushers will be ici
teudaace and seats for
Admission,so cents; Children ender 10, 20
cents. Tea Diamond Studded Compton Belt,
Gulden Medab and Trophies, can be seen on the
days of exhibition at Pittock's News Depot.
- LOWEST PRICES!
S. A. CLARKE & CO'S
NEW BOOR STOR E,
WOOD STREET, 2d DOOR BELOW FIFTH.
$25.000 TO LOAN ON BOND
Books settled and accounts promptly collect.
ed. Houses and Lots in Pittsburg , . and Alleghe
ny. _Wimp Houses and Lo aln last Ll4 erty and
B",tuidocks. Lots in Mansfield. A veryeslrabie
farm of 10 acres; splendid young orchard, good
house, with store-room attached; spring of u.yer
failing water: near Economy, on the ,toe el P.
It. W. ft V. R. W. • for sale very cheap.
lowa, Missouri and Virginia land for sale.
THOS. SIMPSON & B. H. HOLLAND
Brokers and BealEstate Agents,
BO GRANT STREET
&Ace. back room
JOUN lITZWART 11011 T. B. TATTILIMON
ROIBT• Its PATTERSON & CO,
zinnrani-, sexam AND .
SEVENTH AVENUE COB, LIBBETT I; BT.,
sittiNsh4 PITTSBURG'S, P&
CHANCE TO MAKE MONET.
My Mach having small capital triablilli
engage 1a a prolitabis Minima ea* MO bi
4814 , 1141 M I Si na rt Wed. - . •
11Q.E6iISTEWS OFFICE, .
. . .
NOTICE IS 'HEREBY GIVEN that the fol
lowing Accounts of Executois, Administrators,
Guardians, ac., have been duly passed In the
Register's Office, and will be presented to the
Orphans' Court. for confirmation and allowance,
on fIuND AY, June 70,1869: ^ - '
No. 1. Flr-t and final account of Mrs. Nancy
Donahue and Harvey ,W. Ferguson, execntois of
Jame.' Oumpbell, Sr., deceased. Filed Feoruary
3. 1869 •
I , 0.•%. Account of William Kuhlman, &SIDI!).
I trutor c. t. a. of Chrtstlan Kuhlman, deceased.
Filed February 9, 1889.
No. 3 Final account of James Morgan and
Thomas Bennett, Esq.,
executors or Henry Mar
tin, deceased. Flies eeuruary 11. 1860.
No. 4. Final account .•f Samuel DicEinne,v -1
guardian of Mal la ttpeelmac. Filed April 13.
N 0.13. Account of Robert Robb. Esq.. admin.
Litrator of John 8. Russell, deceased. Filed Feb
?vary 13, 1889.
No. 8. l. Ina! account of John_Wllson. adminis
trator of John S. Pbluips, deceased. Filed Feb
ruary 13, 1889.
No. 7. The second part'al account of James
B. Fulton, William V. hymns and James McCall,
exec , tors o • John M. Porton accessed. Filed
No. 8. Sapp eineutary account of Ephraim Es
' ten, dedeased, executor or Joseph ' , ham., de
ceased. Sled oy Jostph listep, admlnloratdr of
Frhina Estep, deceased. k tied February 15,
No. 0. Final account of James Payne, enardi•
an of Chas. H. Lowrie. ion of Wm. Lowrie, dt
ceased.L Filed February 16, 1889.
No. lii. First ann partial account of Win.
Woods ' aud Jan. Means, executors of ramuel
Wood!. nee. used. Filed Fehruaiy 19, 1969.
No. : Account of John O. Robinson. aamin
nano° of James Robluson.deceased. f lied Feb
r. ary St 9, 1,09
No. 12 ,4 account of John D. Robinson, execu•
tor of Mary Rubinson, deceased. Filed Februa
ry 80, 1889.
No. 13. First and final account of John. P.
Wacker, EMI, executor of Amelia Letrabach,
decease , . Filed Febi vary SR. 1869.
No. 14. Fin...l account of John • P. Wicker,
Eift., guar,lah of Antall, Lelinhaes. \ Flied Feb
ruary 2511, 2889.
No. l3. Account of Eliza E. Kuhlman,admin-
iatratrix of Her. nu Kuhlman, deceased. Filed
Filed February 23, 11560.
No 16. Aecoant or Hugh McElhewb adminie
trator of Alex. Cameron, deceased. Filed Feb
'laxly 23, 1869.
No. 17. Account of Caroline Bender and Bal.
thaser Wets, executors of John Geo. Bender,de
ceased. Flied February 94, 1869.
:No. 18. !''fret and final account of-George Wolf
and Chas. Lowe executors of Jno. Fraueni
mecht. decays-id Filed retiruary'24l, 1869.
No. 19. Account of H. Stewart and S. Dyer,
executors of Jona bier, deceased. Filed Feb
rua y 24, 1869. .
No. 20. Account of C. C. Foyle, Erg. of the
est de of Will am Fitzsimmons, deceased. Filed
No. 21. A. count David Dines, admlntstra•
tor ot tee es at- of J. S. Fell, deceased. Flied
No. 221, A-comit • f Geo ge W. Fisher. admin
istrator cf George Wyant, deceased. P iled Feb
ruary 25, 1869.
No. 213. Fifth account of N. B. Hoge, execu
tor of the estate Cit Elizabeth E. H. Blase 1, tie
cespe.i. Filed February 26, 1889.
No. 24. Account of N. a. Hoerr, executor of
Elizabeth E. H. Bissell in arc out wan James
ti. Bisse I. Filed Fetionary 28. /869.
No. 25. Account of N. B. Hogg, executor of
Edzabeth h. H. Bls,ell, deceased, in account
with Mary Ann Bissell. }ilea February 96.1889.
No. 26. &cement of Charles COD mines and
Wli.lani Walker. executors of Henry Brece, de
ceased. File i February 97. 1889.
No. 21. Final account of John D. McCormick,
guardian of Wm. J_. Marks, now deceaseu. Filed
27, /869. -
No. SOL Final aci ount of John T. McCormick,
guardian of Frances Lavine Marks, now
Piled February 217. 1869.
No. 29. float account of Annie Fisher and
Adolphus Fisher, aumtnlstrators of Ceri•rhan
Fisner, deceased. Fled February 97. 1869
No. 30. Fast:and final account of Ann Maria
Wshen, admiuls.istrix of the estate or Andrew
Nolte, ecea ed. Filed March 1, 1869.
No. 31. First aud Final amount of Ann D. 1311.
leland, administratrix or David Gi lelaud. de
ceased. Flied March!, 1869.
No. 32. Account of James F. McClure, execu
tor, of Folliabeth H. McClure, deceased. riled
March s_, 1869.
No. 33 Account of Frank S. Bissell, executor
of the estate 01 Mrs. Mary A. Bissell, deceased.
riled March 6, MO.'
No 31. Partial account of Thomas Wearer
and Jno. A. Lenny. administrators or Dr. win.
Denny. deceased. Filed March 11, 1869.
No. 35. First and partisl account of James
Duncan, administrator of Taira. - ore F. Duncan,
deceased. Flied Match 12 1869.
No. 38. Final account or - Jeremiah Morgan and
Elmon D. Morgan, executors at Jim Morgan,de
ceased. Filed by Dr. Alexs s homoson, ex
ecutor or Jen, inlab Morgan, deceased. Flied
March 13, 1869.
No. 31. Account of Hebert Hardy.exeentor of
the estate or H. uyamin Patton, deceased. Filed
March iil2, 1869.
No 38. Account of Win. Edgar, administrator
of Samuel Edgar, deceased. 'riled March 16,
No• 39. First and final amount of Bernard Mel.
sot e deceased , who was guardian of John Weise
and Ellzab th Uwe filed by his admlnlatratrli,
Lattaarine Beset. Filed Marco 17. 1869.
No. 40. Buppleaneadary account of Charles
Hays. trustee or seem ge Melicum.now deceased.
Filed March 18. 1800.
' No. 4L Account of Charles Hays, trustee of
Daniel McHenry. riled Marco 18 1889.
No. 44. Final account of C„C„ raylor.adrain
late tor or the estate of Whibun Hendricks. de
ceased._ Fl ed Febr u ary 37, 1869.
No. 43. Final account of ZachariabWainwrleht
and Oita la Benn, executors, of Jos•ph Wain
wright. deceased. Flied March WI, 1869.
No 44. Final accouut or Mary Pfurning.
ministratrix of W.hiam Miming, deceased.
Filed Marc 115, 1869.
No. 45. Second and psrtlsl account of W. C.
Boreland, administrator of Dr. Bayer, deceased.
Filed March 29 1809.
No. 46.. Fine and canal account of John Rodg
er-, executor of the est .te of simnel Rea, de
ceased. Filed March 31. 1869.
No. 47. Final aveount of 8: 8. Burns, guar
dian orklergai et 31.Hood.minor cuilirsof
Hood, deceased. Filed Moral 81, 1809.
No. 48. Baal account of ailitimia Murray,
guardian of James, Eliza and Annie Alberaon.
Filed rill , p 1880.
No. 49. First and. Final account of A. McKin
ley, adruluistrator ofJsne Vance, deceased. Flied
April 9,, 1860.
No. 50. Account of Caroline Willisms, admin.
Istrator of John G. Williams, ceceased. Flied
A rll3. 1869.
No. 31 Final account of Edward leseGinness.
guardian of Andrew A. r•prlnger. minor son of
et , rabam Springer. deceased. Flied 'April 5,
No. 52. Flnalacmunt ofitilward MeGinness.
guar. i.n of Abraham Suring-r, minor min f
Abraham Springer, deceased. Filed April sth,
No. 53. Final account of Robt. F., Logan, ad
ministrator of the estate 01 Ephraim Bruner, de
ceatee. Filed April 6. 1889.
No. 54. Account et Joreph A. Bnt'er and
Mary Glass, administra• or of John Gnsa, 'de
ceased. Flied April 19. 1869.
No 55. Final &exeunt oa N.M. Bosworth, ad
miniscrator of Mrs. Mary B. Garber, decease.-
la lied A poll li, 1869.
No. 56. Final account of Charles Norris,
guarolan of Hugh Graham, minor son or Jostles
Graham. deceased. YIN d April 13, 1869.
No. 67. • ir.t and final aecouat or J.. J 3. Me
Pherson,acting executor of Wm. J. Dalzell, de•
ceased. Filed Aprllls, 1869.
No. 58. Flirt anal Anal aceutint of C.' B. Fet
terman, admlnistra or •of Mars Johnston, de
canoed. Flied April 15th. 1889.
No. 50. Final secount of Edward Kelley, ad
mlnish aster of John lloarty, deceased. filled
April 16. 1889.
o. 00. Final account of William Marshall,
guardian , [George Logan, minor son of David
Logan, deceased. Flied April 10, 1869. •
No. Cl. Final account of V. K. Mcnibeny,
guardian of John E. Mcielheny, William C.
McEineny and Mary S. McKlhenY, minor chil
dren•-f rs A. McElheny, deceased. Flied
No. Be. Account of H. B. Herron Esq., ad
miutstrator of the estate of William H. Beal, de
ceased. Filed April 19. 10 , 09.
No. 03. "%Wei aceountof Robert Morrow, ad
ministrator of Genera' John Neel, deceased.
Filed April 90, .869,
No 04. Partial acc.mnt of - Nancy M. Gibson,
admini,tratrix or James A. Meson. deceased.
Vile , April AO, 113. 9.
No 65. Final account of Andrew Miller. ad.
ainnistrotor of AMA MmHg, deceased. Flied
Aorta 90, 18139,
No. 00. Firtei account of IL B. Abrahsta, ad.
ministretor of Sauxuel Ebermau, deceased. Filed
April 21, 1889.
No. 67 First and final account of James Evans
administrator of the *Vete of Ja mes Dougherty,
decess I. Filed April 22, 1869.
No, 88. ?Int an amulet of William Har
rison, euarelan of Sarah D. McFarland. now
Sarah D. Barr. Filed April 93, 1809 -
No. 119 First a-d dual account of IVllllam
Harrison, guardian of Ada P. McFarland. Flied
A.prll 23; 1869,
2.10. 70. Account of James Verner, executor of
the clash- or Jameslimitim, deceased. File& April
No. 71. First account of Janes •T. Wood,
Charles A. Wood and ilselemin B. Heath. exec
utsra or the ratite of James Wood, deeellecdt
Filed April 97. 1869.
O. 7 4 .Account of William It hlnson, (neon•
tor of Jane Robinson, deceased. Filed .pill 27
No. 73, winal account of John O. Foster and
Elisabeth F. Meredith, adminio retort, or Ja. J.
Foster. deceased. Filed April A 7, 1889.
74. Filial account of - John tinw, admirals
trii.oo of the estate of James Graham, deceased.
Flied April 27, 1869. -
Nei. 78." Final &coolant of John B. Barcroft,
admlnlstr. for of : Albert Jones, deceased. Filet
April 98, 1869.
No. 78. r anal account of John J. Willoek and
Barbera Wilson, executors or Re ben zugbman,
.deeess.d. Filed A prll 28. 1889.
No. 77 Pietism 'Guntur Frederick Lank, guar
ceased the minor heirs of Wm. T. Heather, de-
Flied April2B, 1889. - ,
No. 78. Final account of James and Thomas
Robinson, executors of Alex. Robinson, deceas
ed • /Perianth 30, 1869.
No. 79. Account 0211. W. 11:der,124., trustee
to sell 'real estdt. , of Mary bantpion, deceased.
illed.Artril 30, 1869.
No. so.. Final account of F. A. Rettiblisoni
ardigeW. 0. IL Cavil. 7110 A.011311th..
N 0 .11..11110 agemmiktmeltev; v. lintiga4/
ar maraa-)gi Cavil . illiikkAgns. <
li U1,4).11; .1,13 X F.:-; 7,,180.9;
Jason, guardl ti of Cattualne A. Cavil. -Filed .
Aroll 30, 18
No. 83. Fl it inbuilt of Rev. P. A. Hisichin.
Fon.' gtindlatt [Robett AL s'avit and Samuel B.
R. Cavil. VD d Aprll`3o. 1869.
No. 84. Ae onnt of Bey. F. A.. Rutehluson,
As commission rin the sale of the real estate or
Ssmuel Cavil. )neceased), Filed April 30, 1869.
No. 86. Final ascents of Robert. Hoogson,
guardian of Eliza Jane Shipman. Flied Hoy 1.
No. 86. Account of John Wolin, ex r eutor of
the last will aid testament of Arthur Morrow,
deceased. Filed May 8.-1889.
Na. 87. Final account of Houston Thorn, ex
, eutor of Robert Thorn, deceased. Flied May 3,
No. 88. AccoLit of Willism R. Johnston and
C. Rohs. PEPCUt.O. sof Andrew Johnston. Filed
May 3, 1869.
No. b 9. Final itcenunt Of Rev. John T. Prost
ley, guardian of John Joseph and Eliza-Ann Low
rey, oalidren of John Lowrey, deceased. Filed
May 4. 1869.)
No. 00. inal account of Rev. Edward McMa•
hon. guardian of lima n, and James Ftsflord,
chtioren of Henry Kafford, deceased. Filed May
4, 1869. 1
. No. 91. First account of George D. Bruce,
Wallam Phillips and Christopher Magee, execn
torso( Andrew Fulton. deceased. Filed April
No. 88 . Ac count of fainuel George, treasurer
and acting r Iteentor or the estate of D. Spoors,
Atectoue.d. Flied May 4. 1869.
No. 93. First and pattlal account of Rev. E.
F. Garland and John McKeown,
executors of the
estate of Ca patine Kearney, demand. Filed
May 6. 1F69.
.N o. 94. s that account of Jacob Eiscnbles, ad
ministrator or John M. hisenbles, deceased.
Filed May 6, 1809.
No. 93. Final account of Joseph Johnston,
gnareisn of Sarah Ann Hoffman. Filed May 6,
No. 96. First account of B. A. Sampsontr.
A. S. Bell, executors of Andrew Wankop,
ceased. Filed Mgr 7, 1869.
No. 97. ?trial account of S. D. Oliphant. lad
utinistrator of the estate of Catharine Mickey,
deceased. May 7, 1889.
,No. 98. Final account of Rebecca Baumad
inistratrix of Wm. P. Baum, deceased. Fled
May 8. 1869.
No. 09. Thud account of Edward Sprung. ads
minist. ator of Franz Lohrum, deceased. Filed
May 8. 1869.
Account of Eliza Jane Black, admihistratrix of
the estate of James Black, deceased. Filed May
- JOS, 11. GRAY.
9:T-dj e 7 • • Register.
To SEIIWER CONTRACTORS.
The Sewer Commission of the city of Alleghe•
ny are prepared to receive PROPOSALS for the
construction t f the following sewers with their
appurtenances, inlets, msnholer, c.:
CONTRACT NO. L
Comprising--about 1,200' feet of 3.0 Inch elm tar
pipe sewer, on White. Oak alley, Intoween iQrth
avenue awl Spring alley.
CONTRACT NO2. .
Comprising about 903 feet of 19 inch el. solar
pipe sewer,og North avenue, between Sandusky
street and White Oak alley.
Drawings and specifications can be seen at the,
soEngineer' film City had. Ells must state the,
kind of ripe proposed to be furnished, (cemeut
or vitrified arty pipe,) and must be endorsed
°•Sower Froposa a. Contract 100. 11, ,, (or No. 9.
al the sate may be.) and be delivered on or St fore
3 r. st.JUNils 19th, 1859.
Forms of proposal. on which forms alone bids
will be receirtd, will be furnished at .the -Engl.
neer's office: l
-The Commission do not bind theMselyc 6 to se
pin INTING AND \
CASK AND DAY BOOKS, -
LEOAL,CAP AND LETFER.PAPER
GOLD AND STEEL TEsS
RUBBER PEN, (new article,)
PEN RACKS AND PAPER WEIGHTS,
COMM) BODIES AND BRUSHES.
• For sale by
W. Si HAVEN &
Corn. r Wood Street and Third Avenue.
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One New Way Round the World. By
' Carleton $ 3,00
Olagg'a European Vineyards 1,50
Waterloo; a Palma' to the • ilonscript.-".. 1,50
The Sexes Here and Hereafter. By Dr. •
Holcombe, author of **our Children in
Anderson's History of Foreign Missions.. 1.50
ugtneerin g Facts and ylgiares fur IboB. 3.50
Brace's hew West 1,05.
Malbone: an Old Port Romance 1,50
Prof. Valtch'i Memoir of blr Wm, Handl
Oak's Mema 9lrs of bls Times. 4 vole.,
A New Book of Architecture, by Loring
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Victor Hugo's Wilco:doe tett Rit. Pt. H.. 1.00
New Ralston Thackeray's Novels. Vanity
Fear and rent:Muds, now ready, each.... 1,95
S. A. - CLARKE & CO., •
WOOD NlitEM - Ad DOOR BELOW VIETH
CAPE MAY, N. .T..
Will open on the Rath . of JUNE, 1869. This
hotel has been erected within the past year, af
fords ample aceommodatton for nearly one thott7
land guests and is tarnished equal to any of the
leading hotels In the United States. •
for terms, Ao., until Mtn. address,
PETER GARDNER, Proprietor,
No. 307 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
F OR SALE. ,
us acres of COAL LAND. 3 mile. from Tem•
peraneeville, on the Littie Saw MIII fan.
137 aorta near lionlaville,lndiana covinty,Pa.;
on Livermore Station, NY. N. 8., well Im
proved and cheap.
HOUSZ AND LOT on Market street, Manches
HOUSE AND LOT on Liberty street, Pitts
HOUSE AND LOT of Fourth avenue.
4 ROUSES AND LOTS In Elizabethtown.
Choice and cheap twins in Tennessee and Ms
sours. TUSTIN & XL c E.
M 7211 , ' bT Grant street.
N ea r Osborn , Station. on the Pittsburgh.
rt. Wayne and Chicago Railroad,
Containing About Two Acres Had.
W. MACKEOWN & BRO.,
196 Liberty Street,
PITTSBURGH MILE it HERE SEMINAR
Nos. 22 and 24 Fifth Avenue,
This school, now numbering sixty pupils. con
flate of two departmLhts, one of boys and the
ether of yLung ladies. The rooms are beautiful.
1,t.. located, well furnish. d, and have all the con
veniences necessary to adapt them to school pur-
Imes. Reason for selling. determination to re
lineuish the profession of teaching. •
ail st tit; rooms from 9A. SI. to 51 Y. or at
No. 94 Wylie street from 6 r. N. fill 9. Terms
will be made satisfactory to the purchaser. •
ASTERN EXCHANGE HO-
l'ftL; last Liberty. ,
is now ready for the
reception of pleats fir the &ismer. Rooms
single and en suite. Table Supplied with ell the
season produces. Cbarges low. No sansgsffes.
Hourly conuffunteititta vitt the bleb
8. Ran 11197 A Proprietor
cf=l . 4 Mtith LaowlU•
Bum QUA RIT.
tTlitlitat WHO LitTGHS.
(In the Freheh Language.)
90, 92, and 94, Grand Street.
LISH THIS DAY,
OMME QUI RAT,
(THE MAN WHO LAUGHS.)
By VICTOR. HCGO.
am paper covers $1.515
Complete lo °le vol. Svo.
The P rls correspondeht of the New York Tri
buns sap that the literary event of the time is
the publication of Nu eo , s new fomance. It is a
no able !fact thatthis one man's one new volume
does to-day occupy Firench attention like a world
event; in the sadly overwosked, rarely apples
proper sense of the phrase, it does create a
great sensation. Booksellers , pulling-though
that had not been wanting—has little:li o do, with
the depth, extent and sincerity of the sensation.
The nisi:lonia French feeling, that no man now
lives, th at since Shakespeare no Klan but doetht
has lived, capable of producing, in anv form. the
equivalent of ••L'Homme Qui Bit," has anything
to do with it.
Lent free by road to any address on receipt of
' ORTED & DOMESTIC
TES & BELL'S.
UNITED STATES INTERNAL
• TWENTY-TIMID DISTUICT.
LECTOR'S • NOTICE.
O CZ COLLICTOR INTZEINAL Rivrzwur.,
A 34 Collection Distriet of Pennsylvania,
N 0.67 Water St. , Allegheny City, fdayift, '69.
Notice is hereby given that the annual lists of
6PEIAL TAXES, formerly termed LICENSES.
and f the taxes on
. _ __
amines, Carriages, Watches, Silver Plate.
• te... arer now In this Mike, where payment will
be reelyed thereon by the collector on and after
the lat. DAY OF J11NE,1869.
These taxes, baying become due, must be Dald
before the 25th DAY UY /UNE, 1860; other
wise/ additional expenses willbe Incurred by the
E. Eu aTINGTON, Esq., Deputy Collector of
the County of Armstrong, ion EDWIN LYON,
Esq. Deputy Collector fur the county of linter.
will be ready to receive, after the let of June, for
thel respective counties, and will post notices
utting the times and placea. when and where'
they will be prepared to receive the taxes collect
able, y them. e
es payable only in greenbacks or national
0 00 hours from 9A. M. to 3P. li.
JOHN N. SULLIVAN,
G. HAMMER & SONS: •
(Late of the Arm of Hammer & Denler,)
At their new establishment,No. 411 81tVENTH
414NUIS, have -a large stock of elegant and
LIBRARY BEDROOM FURNITURE
AT VERY ItEABW(ABLE PERMS.
We have erected alums rectory, and are pre
lim-10d to All all orders on shortest notice. We .
Setter ourselves of always having mace good
work, and it will always be our endeavor to con-
Untie, having • large number of experienced
workmen. and a foreman of AG years expert
ence.at the trade'. to superintend all work before
wising the FactOry. We nee no maehinerlt all
our work is made by hand. and for durability and
I elegance it cannot be excelled.
0. G. HAMMER d SONS.
-HOLTZMAN & WIEDERHOLD
.No. 100 Third Avenue,
Upholsters and Dealers in Curtain , Goods,
Direct the 'attention of their friends and the
public to their finely assorted stock of
Lice and Nottingham cartaine s-s Vestibule
Laces, Damask Reps. Ferry's Mexicali cloth,
Satin, Delanes, Gilt Cornices, Gilt and Walnut
Moitldings, Spring Beds of superior make, Hair
Matrasses (pure elute hair.) Pillowc Bolsters.
and everything pertsining ton lint class tied.
Th 6 latest Paris and Berlin designs :ornraperies
smite inspection or their customers. Pure white
itictern Show Peatheri always on hand. .
HOLTZMAN 'SF WIEDERHOLD.
NO. 100 TX-lIRD AVENUE.
ITNTTED STATES HOTEL,
`1 ''' CAllir. MAY CITY, N.J
. i• • g_
11 be opened for the 'season BATURDAT. May
ill th i . nit l y nsit t
at n o r rd at in el j ess to nisai spoo ks intine alo n u tt u odual to
e? I wane. president lima . eigints . • t
ost ia bkityttirsiniiiiitilWdtstosintinne:o .. ,
WN .Al2looliaMitlrinili e'ii , r•
rforroirs—"sro ye:." "..P 5 " 14
"Want.." ''Found," ``Boarlin/re
Jac.. floe tXofllailt/ 1 1 002 MBES arra toi Li a; In
tented is taasseaolinana mos for rwANry-FiVB
aBBTs : earn additional MI/ FIT , - OE NTS.
LOST.—On Friday afternoon,
a lady's HUNTING CAelr. GOLD 'WATCH.
snprosed to nave been lust ant Mark, t street er
Filth avenue. A liberal reward will be paid to
any person:who will leave it at the lewetry store
R..Re d d Co.. OR Fifth avenue.
PLOYMENT OPTIC& No. 1 Bt. Clali
street, BOY tIIBLB mid MEN, for dtiterent
kinds of employment. Persons wanting help
of all kinds ean . be supplied on short notice.
WANTEM—Agenta ta take or-
HERB In the city and county tor Doudnas•
Patent Btone•Lid Holder: County rights fbr sale.
Enquire torJ.b. WILtON, at Morrison £ De
cors, 75 Water street, Pittsburgh.
W.lllll TEM—A GIENTi3:,--$75
vow per month svervwbere. male and
female. to introduce the iIIENUINE IMPROVED
CoMMON SENSE FAMILY SEWING. MA
URINE. This machine will stitch, hem, fell,
tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider, to
amost superior mar. ner. Price onlyslB. rally
warranted for five years. We will pay il,OOO
for any machine that will sew; a stronger, more
beautiful, or more elastic seam than ours. It
makes the "Elastic Lock Stitch." Every second
stitch can be cut, and still the cloth can not be
pulled apart without tearing It. We pay agents
from a 75 to $2OO per month and expenses, or a
commission from which twice that amount can
be made. Addrms SECOND h to., Pittsburgh,
Pa. St. Louts, Mo., or Boston, Mass. •
CAIIIIOa —Ulu not be imposed upon by other
parties palming off worthless cast iron machines,
under the same nameor otherwise. Ours is the
only genuine and really practical cheap machine
WANTED —AGENTS.—To sell
the American Knitting Machine. Price
$25. The Limp:est, cheapest and bestfinitting
Machine ever invented. Will knit 20.000
stitches per minute. Liberal Inducements to
G A o j . dr gotAt E bi l gs A . NorKSlti.ltfr
WANTED.—By a. sonny man
who has had seven years , experience la
the drug bueiness. a situation as a clerk lu a We
ser, piton or wholesale drug store. Address Box
"13," Warr= OFFICE. Can give good reference.
virANTED.-A fevir respectable
boarders at 18 Niuth street, (late Rand
ANTED.-To make an ar
RANGEMENT with a good man who
w shes to mike money and can glvs good refer
ences. to take charge of the manufacturing and
selling a naw article used by everyttody. Ad
dress C. T.. Commercial Ofacts. and state where
an Interview can be bad. tf
WANTED. - BOARDERS.- A
few more 'boarders can end pleasant rooms
and good boarding at No. 18 Ann street, Alle•
'pear. for $4.50 per week.
WANTED—Situation as Clerk
In a Queeneware wore; seven years , ex-
Benelux; well recommended; meek' .6ermaa
and nut I,B; not afraid of work. Andrea P. 0.
Box 77g. Z1i126.341
AVirANTED.—To loan $9OO on
re 'bond or mortgage for one or two yearn
dss J. D. F.. care Gazette race.
WANTED.—House of 6 or 6
rooms. within . the limits of the old wards.
Address U. 8., kiAZATTX 1.111710 E, stating 19es
'Lion s nd terms.
TO-LET.—Room on 3d floor
Dispatch Building. Rent very low for bal
ance of sear. lass. water and stationary at, tid.
Enquire at Potosranh Oalle.y.Dlspatch
TO-LET.—Large Hail in a good
location. 5. CUTHBERT & SONS, 39 With
TO -LET.-A 1100111.-A
FUBTABLY furnished ROOK for one or
more itentlemen. Apply at ao. 33 Ninth, (late
To'LET.—A fine; large new
Store Boom. In the village of Wanda:burg,
with dwelling, If desired. Bent low.--Alan. bean
rge °Mee front room,seeind floor,on 6th,
formerly S. Cl Ir. near the bridge. Ynanire of
JOHN W.BEATTY, Engraver, 93 Mai ket St.
1110 -LET.--A Beautiful Beal
dement@ rooms, attic, halt and vestibule
an good cellar, vas and water In the house,
pleasantly located on Pony third (formerly
Ewalt) street. Bent, SAO. Apply to
G. a. B ATVS,
Cor. Penn and Butler streets, Pittsburgh.
rrOLET.—llonse an Centre Av-
ENTIE.---Gas.'Water. Lc.. very convenient.
Out of season. Beat t 25,00 per mouth. Call
soon at ISI Centre a% cane. Pitzsburgn.
T--O-LET. ROOMS.— Two line
BOOMS In GAZETTE BUILDING. Apply
at wanting Booms, 84 and be Fifth avenue.
N OTICE.— FOR SLE. Zia!, AL
lease of House and Futtitture of my rest-
Genet, Highland alrenne, Nast Libtrty, are of
fered for sale together complete, on easy terms,
until Teßill AY, 11th Inst.. when, If not tat en,
will be sold In lots to suit purchasers. The house
ls situated in pleasant neighborhood and cnm
ma ng the view of all ,hast Liberty Valley.
There are *acres of ground attached. with sta
bles, gardtn, &c. &c. The furnisbment (rm.
slats of rosewood; mahogany, wa.nut, &r.;.tine
brussels and other carpeting. all new. This la a
rare opportunity for new heuse•keenecs or others
wanting L newly tarnished and comfortable
borne. For further paxticulacs inquire Banking
House S McOLF.A.I4 & CO., 75 Fourth ay. nu*.
jeforall ci. K. AIIoCLEAN,.
F og SALE.
FARM to Sewtakly townehtp, oy coop •
ty, situate about 3A miles from S. !richly and 3
miles from Leetada. e on P. Pt W. &C.
B. R.. consalning 100 ao ea, 25 cleared and u
der god cultivation; balance In tlmoer. On
which there is eraeted a comf'ottaiTe Prime
Mouse, good Log Barn and ail oltker.necesvary
outbuildings. Large orchard or choice fruit.
Everyti•lng in good order.- Price $llO per ...ere.
- Mao, TEN ACRICe, &booth mile from Ylenlicrt
Station, P. Fr. W. & t.. R. ft. 7 miles front city
by Beaver road.. Southgaat exposure; . good
. spring on place; alao a email stream 01 water
running kruugh It; will be so.d In one piece, or
In lots to suit purchasers Yrice 113,000.•
Also, other Houses and Lots in good loeslltles.
For farther gartlcatars Inquire of • -
M. WIIITMORP,- •
Ohio and Sandusky streets. Allegheny.
OR SAtE—TIVIPE.—About 400
. pounds IN lON Typc nearly ,as goat as
new. Husalra at THIS 071 VICE.
FOll SALE.—Two nevs , L
commodious DWELLING, HO:MU 0 • ob
oe/vat ir7 Hhl , Second ward, All Rhea., wilt ha
sold separately or tOge. her. lbe houses coltish'
seven rooms es eh, *with finleird'attles. g..od cc ,
tars. Lots have a front of about SU feet and ex
tend back about 17a, and contain Immo, rof
choice bearing f, nit trees sod shrni b -ti . The
Iveatton le.e nee rpused for bexuty, eon.mandiug
a 11,e view of both cities and is in a Rood nedtb.-
borbood. For particulars enonire or
RAMSEY & HALL.
• No. 91 Deaver street. Allegheny.
Or 011 the .rem ism • • jets
rILtH RAGE.-Hotel Keepers at•
bs T .01.7 I—Tbe lelse. furniture, d ator
and g od will of one of the largest hotels in Cul
tag° Is offered for sale at a low price 011
tettne, Tub hotel Is now having a full rvn of
pat.ronftee, and late , well t.t teullaued a-4 atIV h.dei
In Jae Western ntitet For partleulan address
COOK, floftUßN & OU.,
niy3l:kl j Box 0,025, Chicago, 11l
FOR SALE.—The one-half Jin
terestlin the Drug Store or BLACEISTuN'
MeGRESOE, In Etnaire, Ohio. They are
doing a thriving business, and the location la one
°Vibe bra: in Eastern Onto. •Eesson ter idling,
111 health qt faintly. Terms reasonable: Appit
tOR ISIALE.—LAND7-11.5 acres
in thelath ward. fronting on IL. entre ave .
nue. Crates d Neville streets. Ibis la a
Ule'locattee Ibr °Pantry residences; well watered
entreat Penna. B. B. and East:Libel y Passen
ger Railway. Will be sold as &whole or to-lots
of from one to live sores.Enquire of W. kt.
TalllAs,l% , Wo. d street. or atlbiresid.nee on
Neville Wept, near the poverty. or of HENRY
LLOYD, Kensington Iran Works. my6:180
OB iSALEs-!The remain, of
we Hefner/ hi , the late Ere at Clara tut
Worts, coMdstlagoi dioneere dUllea'emp..Con•
dousing Tanks, dd., wkiduer with the ground
which the l ' see %eel d.- .10100100 sear
t ,helve ra Ao ic
l. i aa
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