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—Ole Ball has gone home.
=Cleveland wants to be a watering
—Weston Im once more succeeded in
—A Russian princess is afflicted with
—Mr. C. Delano returned 'an income
Akialear of_S/ 0 1 201
—White flannel shirts are worn with
full suits of white flannel by some of the
—Lord Mayo has decided that Hindoos
may become free-masons.
—There are 16,618 four-legg d hogs in
Truicarawas county, Ohio.
*--73bsise D. Bright expects to be the
neat Senator from Kentucky.
.General Sheridan is the guest of
, Senator Sprague at Narragansett
-Rice la suffering from drouth in Deer
gia. The rioa referred .to is not Daniel.
—Hon. W. o. , llickborne has accepted
the'ternperinceitotiliation for Governor
'--Hungary has a bandit who boasts of
having patriotically murdered forty Aus-
Wan officers. ,
horse thief In New Jersey has
,been sentenced to one hundred and fifty
years imprisonment. '
—The great 'Cape diamond is not a
great Cape May diamond. There is very
little good hope about one of the latter sort.
--The Boston Post speaking of the
new Russian Minister Katecazi, says he
is no connection of our old friend Cate
-7. Mrs. Paddock has named her first
daughter Fanchon. This is very appro
priate as Mts. P. used to be Maggie
—Sawdust pills woubleffectually cure
many of the diseases with which mankind
is afflicted, if every individual would do
his own sawing.
—A Itostou gentleman has invented a
zat trap which idllti the animal instantly,
throws its body in the air, and sets itself
for another victim
... • t.
—ln Sweden the brakemen on the
railways are iMitnteted in surgery and
bandaging. The Erie railway might
profitably follow the same plan.
Randolph - county,
_lllinois, a man
named' Thompson fell f r om a hay stack
and was killed. He rather anticipated
things hy,falling on a pitchfork.
—Mr. A. H. Lee, of Prairie de Becher.
111., the m a n who drew the Crosby Opera
House, Ailed on Friday last at the Burnett
House, in Cincinnati, of dropsy of the
—Zanetwille has expelled a Street Cora
miss' ioner from office for neglect of duty.
This proceeding shows a great deal of
boldness at we never heard . of any pre
—The grand southern entrance to the
CathPdr74Attcelogne has been conpleted.
If ivezkg*flit as it now does, US pres
ent generation will see the completion of
the beiintiftd temple.
At - Long •Branch, Mrs. Grant wore
white lace over bluesatin. Her demeanor
was modest, and she attracted much at
tention as she stood beside the President
with her hands and eyes demtirelycrossed.
—The peasant, who. Eakied,the Czar of
Russia from the attack of 'the wonldbe as
sassin, was so burdened with the rank and
Wealth, which were thrust upon him, that
he ended it all the other,day bj, hanging
—it kooks - now es if ficeretary Borie
had exceided hisitaority when he un
dertooi to chanke the _names of the war
vessels, and that consequently their
Barnes are still as beautiful and classical
—Baltimorentrt railways have to pay
one-fiftli of their gross income to the city
for park purposes, and the consequence
is that city is amply provided with beau
tiful public pleasure-grounds which are
kept in perfect order.
—The ears of grain having given out
in some parts of Missouri, a hungry grass
hopper tried to eat the ear of a little girl
the other day. -Seieral men are reported
to be going down to that section to have
their corns destroyed. .
—The New York Nation is said to be
failing; for the credit of American taste
in literature we hope it is not so. Surely
we cannel, as , a people, have fallen so
low that we aupport Pomeroy's Democrat
and let the Nation fall.
—Reeentli.a rpctor of a parish in To.
ledo. ohio ; 41 catechising his Sunday
School, sulked: "Where did the wise
men come from ? " Without a moment's
hesitation; the answer; cruise from a little
flye.year old::: "From Boston!"
-A young:man, named • Mathew Col
lins; was stabbed and kried In Cincinnati,
en Saturday night, by , a companion ,with
whom he was opt on tkapree. The snur
derer, IXartJn /hay, was arrested. ' Col
lins was al shoemaker,and just twenty-one
years old. •
LThe,burglar businesa fa,brisk in Phil.
adelphia just now; Many houses are va
cant; their owners off at watering
' Pleeelfs ihdielltiehte* of the ' aPPrePrhi .
tion profession have as much as they 'caw
do twilsit all such tieises before the sea
flon over. .",1
- —lt is some time now since Timothy
T. Titcomb has written anything pardon
, laily ildiculoini and iguirant frcirh
. Europe: ;
Knowing tluseminent• autheif- onlyx his
lcatalif:°ne would imagine that he Is trav
With, eyes tight kwi d e
open and a . pmetical=loker tt'esetti,ef
the auricles, happy tr ,
—Nine ships:end b; • tr9m
the port of . - • Sir, ',lib
236,283 gallons of Petri - Is Makes
14,548,256 gallons of tl - •‘: ; shipped
from that port since th . : tannery,
and one ship, nine bar • iur, brigs
are now loading.
—The great needle 7 of Carl
Schleicher in Schoenthal, near 'Duren, on
the Rhine, exported in the year 1868 no
less than 340,000,000 of sewing needles,
which were diposed of in various parts
the continent of- Europe, in North and
South America, and in Africa.
—The Masons in Louisvilie are to build
a hospital. We do not know that as a so
ciety they are,more charitable than any
other, but it is certain that there is not a
hospital or asylum in the country that the
masons have not built, but on the other
hand in all such institutions you find
plenty of odd fellows.
—The crowds which go to see the per
ilous feats of aerial gymnasts, - must be
drawn by the hope of being eye witness
es to some appalling tragedy.) Many an
diences are disappointed in this amiable
desire; but one at sent, Ohio, the other
day, came very near being gratified.
Madame Banyeh, who travels with Yan
kee Ilobituson's 'show, fell while in the
act of leaping, thirty feet, alighting on
her head and shoulders and seriously
damaging -herself. -
-Mr. James Fisk Jr., is paying espe
cial attention to the comfort of smokers
who may travel by any of his conveyan
ces. As more than two-thirds of the
traveling public smoke it is strange that
the worst car on a train, or often no car
at all is"provided for their use, on most
railroads. If smokers would assert them
selves, and sneer only half as, much at
non-smokers, as the non-smokers do at
them, they would command much more
attention, and comfortable accommoda
—A fatal accident occurred in Cleve
land on Saturdai morning, at the Ellip
tic Car Steel Spiing Works. A man
named Henry Rohl was grinding a spring,
when the grindstone, which was five feet
in diameter and one foot thick, burst Into
four pieces. One piece hit Ruhl, crush
ing his head and killing him instantly.
The other pieces were thrown in various
directions, with tremendous force, doing
much damage to the building and machin
ery, but fortunately hurting no one but
the unfortunate RuhL As no flaw could
be discovered in the stone, which, at the
time bf the accident, was not moving rap
idly, it is supposed to have been affected
by a thunder storm which burst over the
city at that time.
The Steam Yacht ""Seaweed."
Mention has been made of the launch
of the Steam Yacht Seaweed, constructed
by John L. Knowlton, at his yard, Reed
street wharf, Philadelphia, for Dr. J. H.
Schenck, and named in honor' of his
popular preparation, "Seaweed Tonic,"
so well known as one of the three Spe
cifics .of worldwide cel9brity, for the
cure of Consumptive disses.
The Yacht, which is 60 feet in
length, 18 feet 6 inches width of beam_
and s.feet depth of hold, is a model of fine
workmanship, and has been pronounced
superior to anything of its class now
afloat. 'The cabin 1812 feet 6 inches long,
8. feet wide, with a skylight running the
entire length, and is provided with sleep
ing berths for twelve persona, also a
kitchen, wine locker, water closets, and
other conveniences. Aft of the cabin is
10 feet deck room, with a gangway of 24
inches on either side. The machinery is
of the latest anffinost approved coistruc
tion, the boiler being 50 inches
In dianieter and 7. feet 6 inches
high, containing 198 two-inch tubes, each
4 feet 5 inches long. The engine is al2
inch cylinder, with 12 inch stroke, of 30
horse power, and is one of the most elm.
ple and coirpact pieces of mechanism
ever devised. With a pressure of only
eighty pounds Of steam, about 150 revo.
lutions per minute are accomplished.
There are also t wo
. pumps, to work either
by hand or power. The propellor wheel,
4 feet 6 inches in diameter, has 4. blades,
each 20 inches wide, with a pitch of S
feet 6 inches. The pilot.house is in the
form of a semi-circle, a most desirable
shape to afford a full view. The hull was
designed by Mr— John W. Lynn, the
well-known shipbuilder. The timber for
the construction of the craft was selected
by the contractor with especial care, the
frames being of well seasoned Delaware
White oak, 2} inches double, with 1,-; inch
white oak planking.-
One noticeable feature in the construc
tion of the Yacht, is the galvanized fast
enings both inside and out—a precaution
which few , ship-builders observe, and
which prevents greatly the wear and
tear. The construction throughout has
been of the most substantial character,
while the Yacht itself is furnished with
exquisite style and taste. Competent
fudges who have extunined the construe
tion andworking of the machinery, claim
for it a speed that ?' will far distance any,
thing of the-kind in our inland waters. .
At a recent trial trip the rate of fifteen
miles an hour was obtained, but even this
her builder claims is not all that , may be
c r ams Coor,lEs.—lt is asserted that
while the Chinese coolies do, very well in
California, where they are governed by
beneficial and protective societies, and are
within reach of their own homes, yet when .
taken to the interior of the country, and
removed froM all restraint, they become
lazy and ' disobedient. The coolies who
were taken to the Sandtilch Islands, in
1852, it Is repoited, behaved very badly,
never working, willingly, and setting up
all night to drink and gamhle. If scolded
they took . great offence, and sometimes
attacked the overseers with knives, tied to
long poles. The gezeral experience of
the Chinese coolie is that he must be kept
OUZO LIVE STOCIC STATISTICS. —An
tor Cloth:tan has just Issued a tabtlar
statement of the number of horses and
cattle la the State, under the law of last
session. The total forthe State foots up:
Horses, 704,578; cattle, 1, , 482,071; mules,
35,030; sheep, 8,278,040; hogs, 1,455,940.
PITI &BURGH GAZETTE:.WEDNESDAY, JTTLY 28, 1869.
- *multi'auras and Wboleaslf Des/en la
Lanips, Lanterns, Chandelle"
.AND - LAMP COODL:
/1120, CARBON A. 141) LUBRICATING QUA
N 0.147 Wood Street.
se9:us2 Between 6th and 6th Avenue.
FRUIT CAN TOPS.
the top of the can.
It 18 Clearly, Distinctly and Permanently
mere piliehut tad name .of. the fruit the
can eciptains opposite the pointer and sealing in
the customary manner.: finpreserret of fruit or
good hinmekeepor irlirnair any othatafter once
PIPES. CHIMNEY TOPS. &c.
♦ large aasortmeat.
apl4Ml7 Sid Avenne,near Smithfield St
DRY GOODS, TRIMMINGS.
R'onhi ea sttea ttott to the large red:Action we
have male In
Silk Parasolg and Sun Unibrellas,
SELLING AT HALF PUCE.
All at Very' Low Prices.
COLORED SILK PASS.
HO COR UP SSETs , KIRTS, •
WHITE GOODS. .
(of all kind.s.)
MACRUM, GLYDE & CO,
78 ,& 80 Market Street.
lillif NM GOODS
lIACRUII & CARLISLE'S
No. 27 Fifth Avenue,
Dress .Trimmlngs and Buttons
Ribbons and Flowers.
Hats and Bonnets.
(Hove fitting and French Corset..
New Styles Arse ley's Skirts.
Parasols—ill the new styles.
Nun and Rain Umbrellas.
Hosie.ry—the best English makes.
Agents for "Harris , Sean:des" Kids."
eprizue and Summer underwear.
Sole Agents ,or the Semis Patent Shape Col
lars. 'Loekwoud's "Irvine," "West End,"
"Elite," de; • `Dick ens,' • "Derby," sod other
styles. ; Dealers supplied with the above. at
MACRUM & CARLISLE,
WM gi a
4 :=i;o i 1
c. 4 . 1 3 pl t ,
03 tf 0_ 0 t
N. big I.a e i
M li* ' r PI r - '
. a wil - ti
b ffi 4.4 'd P 4 1
rcs OD °I a \ c i l i
E-4 ;$ ~ els :1 1 6 !
c) 0 .. go it
. 5 p %,
occ• •• r 4
0 r a N
K - r'' 1
' - t
/NUM, McCAPOLESS & Can:
%.1 Lite( Wilma; Our 1 CVO •
WHOLIMALIII 'DIALS a
Fozeign and Domestic Dry Goods,
ee WOOD IsTßirt.
Third door &DOTS Diamoad suer. _
,; errnstailia, NU
NAIR AND PERFUMERY,.
lORN PECK,' ORNAMENTAL
BAIR woluour AND yfar/Wa. NO.
Third sine , near Easilthßeid. rdtibUrgb.
AlwaKis hano.'airAinerst assortment or La.
,dies CHI, BMW , . , Clllll447 e stlemere
'WI AB& ficIALII., lOU ORLIN&
ali• Ar i t i irl la cub
will be Oven-OW BA -
Ladies , end etnitlaitaVll BM :121“ilniLdime
BKNRY H. COLLINS,
4 , , ,,, g as, NOTIONS, &O.
Linen Colbr3 and Cuffs,
Plain Linen Chemizettes.
SEA. SIDE SHAWLS.
PONGEE SILK PAUSOLS,
TRAVELING BAGS AND SATCHELS,
Palm, Linen, Silk Fans,
Hoot? .191m1:_r1 Ed,
THE LATEST NOVELTIES.
Sill:, Lisle and - Cotton Gloves
All Kinds, 'lncluding a Full Line o
AND FILTER m.e.s.ms
Plain and . Embroidered - Corsets,
Coils and Switches.
A PULL ASSORTMENT OF
ALL.SIZIS AND QUALITIES.
tints' Shirts, Hose, Ties,
SUSPENDERS, DRAWERS, &C.
RIBBONS, all widths,
WAIST and NECK
BAR olaA I S
IN ALL EMS OF GOODS.
Stock Kept Up During . the Season
BY DAILY ARRIVALS OF
CALL . ,/,
Jose,ll' : - ..,11011N.:,,,:..4 .C 9);
77 .and 79
1:3" --- 1-; ; Zi, 18 69.
I - SPECIAL'seas or
a AR PETS,
11 7 .n e e ° 0 tr t e' -;l:tr it anCt il eb i o n t r ce r l l a l gtTr Y ns "lS
a English Tapestry, Brussels, Ingrain,
and Other Carpets,
AT LESS THAN COST OF IMPORTATION,
and our.entlre stock at prices which make it an
object to buy this month, as. these goous have
never been offered so low,
Our Store will close at 5 P. or. until September
ACAS:Orr IN at- elly
AT LOW PRICES.
We offer many ofour goods ranch below last
Spring's prices. Those needing goods In our
line can save moneyby buying a; once.
BOVARD, ROSE & CO.,
el FIFTH AVENUE.
We are rit t opentncr as u,ortment unparalleled
In this tity f YINAZT
VELVETS BRUSSELS THREE-PLC'S,
Of oar own recent Importation and se4atedfroni
eastern manuiaccarera. . . •
aiEDiUffi AND LOW PRICED
r . i INGIABLAINS9
QUALITY AND COLORS.
An Extra Quality of Rag Carpet.
We are now selling man,' of the above at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Aro. 51 FIFTH A PEXUE,
OLIVER M'CLINOCK & CO.
HAVE JOST MEM) A
FINE SELECTION OF
THREE PLY AND
THE LARGEST ASSORTZLIT OF
WRITE,CI!ECK & FAN C Y.
FOR SUMMER WEAR,
oIN THE CITY.
STOCK FULL IN All DEPARTMENTS
OLIVER MeCLINTOCII & CO'S.
DICLSON, STEWART & CO.,
Havtug removed their Office to
NO. 567 izeritrit STREET,'
trAtely City Flour IS111)81COND 'ZL0011:
Are now premed , to tarnish good YOU 01310."
OSA LU'. ?iIIT COAL OISSLACIL' as tale
Lowest morket price.
All orders left thelolloe, or addressed to
them- through them ill. will' be Attended to
promotsv. _ /
ON D T Re. TO TREAT. ALL
Cprivate dlseases, Syphilis In all its forth", aL
urinary disease!, and Ine effeets of mercury are
comnietety eradicated; Spermatorrhes or nem&
nal Weakness and Impotency, resulting from
self-abuse or other cause", and blotches, uces
'Grano; the following effects, as dily
weakness,. indigestion.Consumptlon, aversion to
soc i et y. unmanliness; dread of future event's,
loss of Memory. Indolthce, nocturnal emissions. •
and &tally ao prostrating~ the sexual'system IA 10
render marriage tinssMtactory, and "hemp=
Imprudent, am permanently cured. Person" af-
Skated with these or any other delicate Intricate
or long standthitomptitutional complaint shonln
glee the Doctor a trial; he never thils.
A particular attention_given to all Female comk
Plaints: Unser - rhea or Whitn. - thilam
mation .or Ulceration of the Womb. °mitts;
pruritts,/Amenorrhoes. hienorilthia, Dimmest- ,
norrh t anti !steri li ty or Barrenness, are treat
ed wl Inc greatest ss
succe. . •
It hi Veeldent that a phys ician who coulees
himself exclusively to the studyer a certain cies'
of diseases sod troths thousands of cases ever'
year must sequin greeter skill In that specialty
than 011 e In gyms* gurgegieo. - -
tor e t,
A medical PamPhiet . of
dflY.Palest .hat githA A toll exposition of venereal ,
and private dingiest, Et can tet had. itre. stain=
or by mall lot , thro stamps; In sawed envelopes.
Every sentenos costal= Instruction. to the at.
dieted, and enabliog theist to determine the twee
Moe listen of Melt. ooMplabsts. - •
The ettablislAwrit, mentwialig ten ample
rooms. la central., When it is not convenient to
-visit the' city, the Doct='ll °Platen can be ob
thine? it, giving s.WlSttan statement of the case,
and me4leinea can be forwirded . by mail or - ex.'
Press. • In - guns instances._ however, A-personal
examination is 'absolutely necessary,- while -
others daily personal • attention.is regtired, and
for the acoommodationj i .firatt Af t l :e en t g there are
ifte r rin t ire e v ci e n t i r r t eltialtir that thitalcillater%
promote recoverY including medicated vapor
baths. All presdriptions are prepared In the
Doctor's own Laboratory'. ender his personal Au.
nerd/ion. 'Medical pamphlets at mince free, or
by mail for .tWO,stamps.. o matter who ban
Paled, read what he says. 161100.111 / 6 / 1 6 P.lll
Minden_l S. to SP. N. 0110e r - No. es wytai
ISTAL=. 129111 t lioaaed il*ttaborsbays
McFA.RLAND & COLLINS.
No. 71 and' 73 FIFTH AVENUE,
Floor. Oil Cloths,
The Very Newest Desktp,
'i`k• VERT SUPERIOR
COAL AND CORD.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
An elegant new Brick Dwelling. I roome..si
tic and wash room. j-
'ouse of 4 roomi, 211ots. 16th Ward, 41,800
Henze of *rooms, 1 lot, 10th wird, 41,500.
House of 4 rooms. 2 lots,llthward. 42,8110
House of 4 rooms, 1 lot, ward. 62,400
House of 4 rooms, 1 lot; 13th leant, 42.600.
House of 2 rooms, 1 lot, 15th-ward, $800•
10lots,Slebert& Wll'lsms' plat4ll7oo to 0300
2 lets, 44th I,reet, 61,200 each.
4 lots, 95th street, 61,000 each.
lots, Hatfield street, 6800 each
1 lot, Sherman street: 47.30.
.5 lots, 40th street, 1605.240,1112,01 W.
4 lots, Butler street:64,ooo.
.131.101:AINS IN 11L0011FIELD. .
Lotalloxl37 &et, $600; ten years to pay.
hOuße. cost $500; interest on both, 168 , a Y.:.ar.
:way pay $lBO year sent. At Bloomfield .yon
sysvid save $ll4 a year and your house 'and'
In less- than 10 years. Churches and sehoo:i
30 acres of land, a mile frcka Sliarpsburr,
$8,00(); 115 acres of lt. $3.500.
D. 8. WILLIAMS, lith ward.
3 STILLS. each 0 feet diameter and 16
feet long, with about 300 feet condensing pipe.
from 4-inch down to 2S.itich - gas pipe to each
still, for $9OO apiece,
2 BOIL2IIB, each 32-inch diameter and 14
feet long, with chimney bridging, steam drum.
standpipe, sc., for $5OO.
2 KEYSTONE STEAM itIIPS, eseli 12 inch
steam cylinder, 7-inch water cylinder
inch stroke, for 0300 *Nene,
" 1 IRON AtilTATOlt. 16 feet diameter and"l6
feet deep, with cast Iron bottom for $5OO.
700 feet' 23fi-inch filiq PIPE at 40c per foot.
Apply to WIWI% J AMMAN et CO., at works.
near Sharpaburg Bridge. 0 358.173
'VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
v "FOR SALE. --The heirs of the lite ALEX- ,
ANDER CAMERON. deceased, offer thefollow-:
int desirable and conveniently located property.
for tale . : Three story Brick Dirtlltrig Bowe.
fnting on West Com Mon, Alleg i lieny. No. 26
Sherman avenue. Also. two sto Brick ,Dwel-'
ling, fronting on Bast Common, No. 16 Union
avenue. Also, three story Brick storeroom. No.•
10*Federal ttreet, Allegheny, now occupied syi
J.: J. least as kook Store. All of the above Is of
fered on reasonable teems. in order Leine:Mate
the settlement of the estate. Parties wanting
Information will apply to the undersigned at of.:
lice of the Pennsylvania Insurance' Company..
MS% Wood street, Pittsburgh. MINI:131c
ITALUABLE CITY' PROPERTY'
v \FOB. GALE. "
No. IL,WABEHODSIC AND LOT. No. 05
'Water street. 30 feet front on Water street. ex..;
tending back 160 feet to tint street. Occupied_
try Messrs. Calhoun & gen.
No. WAREHOUSE AND LOT. NS, MOS
Liberty 'street. MO feet front on Liberty. extend
ing back IMO feet. Occupied by Mr. licSwigria.
No.r3 *CM/431 , 1101113E ILVD LOT,
No. 337 Commercial How, Liberty street.
fronts 4 . f e eto. SS hi Curtlng's Pleat of Lo:a.'
ng IG on Dinwidule street.
No; 5. LOTS Nos. 82, 83, 8414 85 an 4 85 hr:
Wray & Snoreller`a Plan Of ko:a, Blcotnaet4.
- A considerable' paition of the pnieliue. monk ?,
to remain on interest.
For further Information apply to DR. R. WR frY
133 Webster street. •or to J. T. WRAY
BROTH/Me AV and °tiny's street. jyt7:m
tiood 6 roomed brick house on Centre avenue
and large lot-44,5G0.
Good 0 roomed frame house with all improve.
meats: lot 68 Dv 110-64.000. • '
Frame house. 2 looms; lot 24 byloo-11,000:
Two well finished press brick houses ana large
Two 6 roomed houses on Felton street-12.30d
One lot 24 by 129 feet on Reed street43oo.
Plot of ground on Mt. Washington. •
90 acres on Panhandle Railroad, 4 miles from
30 acres on Western Pa. Railroad, 4 mile/.
from the city.
1125 acres good improved land in MlssoatJ
Wilt be divided to snit purchasers.
20 lots on Centre aveaue—s3oo. to $1.500
cacb. Inquire of
McCLUNG & RAINBOW.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
Jylo , Nos. 122. 191. and 199 Centre avenue;
SALT4BURG—A 9 story Back Rouse,9 TOWSI
80 bv.lBo. .
GREENSRURG—A Lot 62 by 88 - , opposite
freight depot. .
MCKEE , PORT-4 Lots and 2 story Brici
Rouse, wills Tavern; MA% R R. passing throusk
ItY S TREET, AlleghenY-3 story fram.
house. 90 by 91.
ELIELBEt lITOWN-4 Lofs. 25 by 60, wit::
three frames and a two story Brick house.
ISEtn.rN D A.VENUE—A. 3 story Brink mouse.
CENTRE AVENUE—A. 9 storyllrtok House.
For particulars enquire et 87 Grant street.
JIM ' • TUSTIN & KLEE. ••
F OR BALE.
Near Osborn Station. on the. Pittsbn.r.
Ft. Wayne and Chicago BaUroad,
Coutaining About Two Acres Each,
W. MACKEOWN & BRO.
195 Liberty Street.
was - - ,
"HOBOKEN" - STATION PROPERT'
FOR - SALE.
This beautiful situation cannot ..be surpasse , :
fOr privite residences in any dire* ion, ao elos„
to: both cities,- being only eight miles up t'a
Western Pennsylvania Railroad. Any Repot' de
siring information about this property can obtati:.
lt by calling at thioillee of the IRON CITY MC
TUAL -LIVE- INSURANCE COMPANY. 7
Federal street, Allegheny. ots from one-hs t.
acre to live acrest , alao. .lots to stilton t'i
chasers. There is a good location for a manufscji
tnrtni establishment. between the Railroad an .
Allegheny river. JoSalse
FARM FOR SALE. • - -
A GOOD FARM. to West Deer torratblis. ;
leehenv courtly, 10 miles from Sharpsbure.
pRAmt TWts - BfrrßiifUUttE, of tlx rooms:
CELLAR nude r all hoe setalse, L AIME'? RA.31.1
BAlll$. 58x38 feet, and other outbitttolues.
roue" Orchard of 'Choice Frail Trees , &AT
iFor, pattleulars tail on the aremtsee. or 3
I JOIRS W. }NILSON'S. J 49 Liberty stree.
address WILLIAM RRTzt.lbr, Rural Ridge PI":
Allegheny county 'Pa. • H:1
VAIMEDENERS TAKE NOTICE
-11.118. liALL—Vhe FOURTZSN
I :on •the Allegheny Inver, - and no , 7,
lased for gardening nuncios; wen i m proved sint!•-.
in a high state ot - cultivatlont containing 40 0::
50 cares, now *tiered at a bargain. Call soon.
Also, *titer Farms in good locations, Woole :
yfactory. two Msotses, and twenty acres of lam. - -
on the Central Railroad.. Rouses and Lots FO.l
Soleand To-tetts both Cities. ' War farther pat::-
Coultas Inontrs.Of • - WILLitE WARD, •
01211. 110 lariat street. onoosita Clatatodra.
ITALITAIttIe FARM FOR SAL
v • —Situate:lln 'Allegheny township, West
woreland .counti s 10' minutes walk from Mr,"'
Kasai statton s on the Allegheny Valley :tat roud
Contains 1O acres. 80 or which are cleared;
under fence; balance !valnabla timber: uncle:—
:laYed with cosLO l foot v7O. • kleweti fia ll
And Barn; an o srd,of 40 trees. ed
plata I, welly" red and 'tenons ne ghborhood
For price and tams apply to B. McLAIN CO.',
80. 104 Zonrth avenue. k
Fw0,18.3 ,TBlll/D. &TEN FOI
ISAL r_.-4 large three story Brick Dwell&
ar or halt, eleven ' , Owns • and, !tore
cellar gas sad water fixtures. near the comer ( -.-
Bmitheeld street. Lot ISO feed front by 83 deef:
Possession will be given at obe =Oaths, nottre'..
. desired. For further information app t o
jyr. • 89 Btath.avenue;:',"
1186' Lbeztt_itreeti• Dvilers• Dri m -::
as d Paton% medlethoa: • , f ja.22,
PEARLpEARLASIL-2.0 packs - ior
• - J. B. Q LLD.