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gr"YIRIE MEMBERS . OF TIRE
UNION EPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE V OI ALLEIMIENY Co *T,
hereby notified that a =mini of the Committee
will beheld In the
DISTRICT COURT ROOM,
AT Tile cousr ROUSE, on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1868,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. X.
A full attendance h requested.
W. S. P lIIITIANCE, Chairman.
WALTER B. MCIINg.
Col. GEL/. F. 21301 WAN, Eeeretarles.
GUYAN M. 'RIM',
A3 , l33EXillfAl 4 t,
tiecond Ward, Allreeny. Office, No. 35 OHIO
BTRILET. betw.en toe Dlnmond and Beaver
streets. Atl huntress appertaining to the posi
tion attended to with pnomptliess and dispatch.
CITY CONTROLLER'S OFFICE,
CITY or ALLEGHENY, August etb, 1868. I
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.--
Sealed Proposals will be received
office until 3 coclnck.P. rt. on FRIDAY. August
13th. 1869, for Grading end Paving the follow,-
~EAFv V e E u R e SON Ft Sf r REE n T A r e = s : Be i a z v :
er street to
EVANS ALLEY, from 24x02 street to Wash
MONTOOMERY AVENUE. from east line of
Union even to to west lice ()Merman avenue.
- tireclficat inns out be seen at theollice of CHAS.
DAVIS. Esq. City Euglneer.
Ire Committee do not ',lnd themselves to ac
cept the lowest or any bid.
WIGHT CAPS S NIGHT CAPS
BITE NETTED LACE MORT
CAPS, alrery desirable and cheap article. On!Y
25 cents apiece
MEN'S WHITE AND COLORED COTTO
NIGHT CAPS. '
INIPANTS, LADIES' AND GENTS GAUZE
SILK SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
LISLE THREAD SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
AT :AWES PM:MAWS
• .• Old Stand Stocking Store,
80. 24 FIFTH AYE 21172.
S. A. CLARKE & CO.'S
Register of New Books.
. OHIO, VALLEY HISTORICAL SERIES,
History of Athena county, Ohio, by Chas.
IL Walker SG 00
Hose's Historical Collection of hlo.
Boquet , a Expedition against the Indians
in 1764 3 03
Clark's Campaign' 1 a the IllinoLs in 11278.9 NI 00
Hall's Legends of the West 2 00
Hall's Romances of Western History A 00
Claude enemy, the last days. or a Condemn
ed Man, by Victor Hugo - 150
Lickirn's Ozfora University Sermons, new.
edition 1 50
Famous London Merchants, hook for
boys 1 00
The Peoltic Railroad
Hew t 3 go and
what to see 75
.Cyclopoedlc science Simplthed, by Prof.
Pepper, with 800 illustrations 4 eo
Ocean to . Ocean. Pacific Railroad and ad
joining Territories, distances add fares.. 40
The Tourist s Pocket tirade for 1889 1 00
tild-Town Folks, by Mrs. Stowe 2 00
Little Women, 2 roil, each - 1 50
John and. the Demijohn. A Temperance •
Tale 1 50
Five Hundred and Seven Mechanical Move
ments 1 00
Good Society; a oomph to manual of man-
Bright's Speeches. Cheap edition 75
Credo; - a valuable book for thinking read
ers., 1 50 ,
HoFai th dge's Commentary on Confrooton of
Haven's Rhetoric; a new text b00k ........ 1 50
Toe Subjection of Women, by John Innen
Mill 1 00
rreadley's Adlrondacks; PW edit n 745
Philips' Scripture Atm, 19 colored maps. 25
S. A. mamma & co.,
119 Wood Street,
..51d door below BIM Avenue.
J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO.'
HAVE JUST PUBLISHED,
The Second and Cone4'lllll6 Part of
By the author of "The Wide, Wide World."
• •ueechy,"••Say and Seal," etc. 12mo. Flee
Ciotti. $1 78.
A Novel. By C. HOLLAND. plmo. Tinted .
Payer. Extra Cloth. $1.25.
• MORAL REFORMS.
Suggested In &Pastoral Letts' , with Bernerlas on
Practical Religion. By A. CL fr . V.ELAND OOZE.
Bebop of Western New York', author of
“Thoughts on the Services. etc. Mon. Pine
A Novel. Prom the German or E. mAaLrre.
aatbor- i or "The Mam•eele's Secret...etc. By
re. A. L. WISTEB. Part ;. IBmo. raper
Cover. 75' cents. •
CHRISTIAN •SINGERS OF ORRIKANY
By OA.TREEINE WINKWORTH. WitliPor
traits. 12mo. Toted Paper. Extra Cloth
02.00. Ircrmlng Vol. VI. of the •MundayLl
. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO.,
Pnb'takers, Booksellers and hnporters.
715 AND 717 MARKET SST.. PH ILA.
GOOD COUNTRY YARN,
Which we - have been selling for several years,
FLANNELS, AT, LOW PRICES,
Full Line of Colors.
AT thilDtrailD PRICES.
A FULL VARIETY.
CORSETS, all the best makes.
OF ALI. EMSCUIPTIONS.
AND A FULL STOCK OF
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
MACRUM. GLYDE & CO,
78 & 80 /LIAO Streets
GEORGE WOODS, LL. D., Tresident and Pro
fessor or Mental and Moral nesence. •
JOS. F. GRIGGS. A. Professor or °reels.
Hou. W. WILLIAMS, LL. D.. Professor of
B. C. JILLSON, PR. 8.. M. D.. Professor of
Chem'stry s Mineralogy and Geotogy.
MILTON B..GOFF, A. M.. Profsesor of Math
REIT. E. P. CRANE, A. 8.. Professor of Lat.n
S. P. L a. 1% G LEY Director of Observatory and
Protestor or Phys.cs and Astronomy. •
MAJ. W. J. L. NICODEMUS. U. o..Armv, Pro
fessor Military Soler ce and Clv I and Mining En
gin. , ee E ring.
.1 AVE/IS, A. II Adjanct Professor of
ALPHON . SE M. DANSE. Instrnetorin French.
I: N. FOB.NEII., Prlnctpsl Commercial nt Depart
LEVI MIDDEN. A. M. Principal Preto. Dept.
P. P. ROHEBACHER, Processor German and
History. • Win 14 6v
W. IL PORTER,
ROTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the fol.
towing Accounts of Executens, 'Administrators.
Guardians, Jac., have been duly passed iln the
Register's Office, and will be preseni ed to the
Orphans Court. for confirmation and allowance,
on MuNDAY, September Btb, 1869: • .
No. Ho ff econd and Partial account of Gen:
Win. man. one of the executors of Louden
Simpson, deed. Filed May 18, #869.
Benjaminccount of 'Lames alevey. executor of
A. Meyer, decid. Flied May 15,
No. 3. Final account of Balthasar Weis and
Caroline Bender. executors or J. tot George
Bender. dec'd. Filed May 15 1889.
No. 4. Final account of Samuel Phillips. ad
ministrator of Wm. B. Phillipr, decid. Filed
May 17, 1869.
No. 5. • ccount of Jestah Aber ing execu
tor of Jacob Aber. (he'd. Filed Stayl7, 166%
Nn. ro tor ai account of Francises retie, au,
minis of Francis Miler. timid, Filed • May
7. Final account of David S Macrom,
oxecutor of ft. C. Giyele, decid. Filed May iiti,
No. 8. Final account of Nicholas Way, exiiicu
tor of Nancy Way, ilec'd. Yl ed Mai 20. 1869.
No. 9. Accouns f Lemuel Spahr, executor of
Mary Pi:Atm dec'd. I lied May 21, , 1869.
No. 10. Account of George Scheiffele, guar
dian of John deliderbr, minor child of Conrad
o. 11. ' Account or J..N. Ewing and atex. D.
Moore. executors of Charles Moore. dee'd.
Mo. 12 Final account of E. ti.. Duncan, guar.
diem ix minor cendren of A nabrote Pearce, deed.
Filed May 31, 1869.
.No. IJ. le anal acc:iunt orAgnes Stager, admin.
ream of John Stager, de'd. Filed Jaue 1,
No. 14. First and final account of o Miller,
administrator oftieorgeMiller, deid. !Bed June
No. 15. Account of Watson Whitfield. exeeu.
tor of David liluelum. doc'if. Filed June 6, 1669.
No. 18. Final account of George S. Head,
guardian of Henrietta Faber, minor child of
Franalin Faber, deed. Filed Jane 9, 1869.
No. 17. Final accmut of Alex. oordon, guar
dian 01 David S. Breed, minor eon of tieurge
Breed, &cid Filed June 10, 1869.
No. 18. Separate account of F. 4. Gardner, co
Gardnerep S. Mem. Ja n e
minus of John Flied ii.,
No. 19. Separate account of Joseph 8; Morel
son, Esq. co.administrator with F. p. Gardner.
ee tate °done Gardener, dec'd. Filed June 11.
No. 20. Account of Isaac Weaver. administra
tor of Margaset Woltz, dee'd. Flied June 15,
Emanuel. Account Of Henry Em an ueler. and
Stotler. executors of Stotler,
deed. • Filed June 15, 1889.
No. 22. Final account of C. J. Hammitt, exe
cut ir or Mary Hammett, dec'd. Filed June 15,
No. 23. Final account of .7, F. Mimes, guar=
dian in minor children olJames and Mary flumes,
deed. Filed June 17, 1869
No. 24, Final account Rogers, Cunningham,
guardian of 3Liggie A. dec'd. Fhea
June 19. 1869.
No. 25. Account of William Thomas, adminl•-
trator, of Michael Felder, dec'd. Filed June 21,
No. 28. Accoun decd . ernard Raloy: executor
of Patrick Walah. Filed June 211. 1899.
No. 27. Final laCCOUlat of Levi Wade, guardian
of Elizabeth J. Head. Filed June 26, 1869.
No. 118. Final account of George& Head, inisto b
mNo. 26. F o na sa ccoun T ofG d orge S. Head, ad
ministrator or Jane Taylor. accessed. Filed
June 28. 1889.
N0=.30. Account deceased . Gormley, executor
of Matilda Gormley Pilau June 28,
No. 31. Final account of J. Ross Byere, exec
utor of Korth& Burns' estat:. Flied June 3#9.
No. 32. First and final account of Edward
Frannheirn administrator of Joseph A.But4de
ceased. Flied June 30,1869.
No. 33. Account of Fredericka Bauman ad
minustrator or Casper F. Bauman, dee:lased.
Filed Jaye 1. 1869.
No 34. Final account of Robert Adams, ad
mtulatrator of Elizabeth Bennett, deceased.
Filed July 2, 1869.
No. as. Final account of Robert Wilson, guar
dia. of Henry 0. Bughman. Filed July 2.1869
No. 36 Final acco.nt of Joen K. Brown. ad-
July 3. 1889. ministrator of Mary Brown. deceased. Flied
No. 37. Account of W. P. Ketchum sad F.
C. Gardner, executors o Joel KeLlum, de-,
ceased. Filed July 8, 1869
No. 38. Final account of Jeremiah Meek, ad
ministrator ofThomas Wtilfams , deeeased. Filed
a My 6. 1889.
Bitty 9 . First and
Robertcount of William
guardian of E. Beatty. Flied
July 0 1869.
No. 4U. Account of Hester Boyer. admra
trix of Geo. W. Berger, deceased. Filed July 9,
No. 41. Final account of John B. Kelley f ex
miter or Samuel Crawford, deceased. Flied
July 9. 1869.
No. 41. Ariount of WPM= Huffman, admin
istrator or Milhaud Lowrie, deceased. Piled
July a 3, 1889
No. 4.1. Final account of Mary Douglass, id
minlsts atrix of Samuel Douglass, deceased,
Piled July 20. 1869
No. 44. Account of Mauna,' Weeks. edminis
trator or Joseph Weeks, deceased. Filed July
No. 45. Final account of H. Iburg. guardian
of Theodore Primmer. minor child or #ibristlan
Presser, deceased. Filed July 29, 1869. -
No. 48. Account of Nancy Ellis, administrai
finx of alien Mills, deceased. Filed July 24,
No. 47: Account of B A. Sampson. executor
of Jolla Shaffer, deceased. Filed July 28,1889.
No, 48. Final account of William Wade, ad
ministrator of Samuel Vi r ade.diceeted. Filed
No 49. First and Seal account ofq. 8.
and E. A. Meyers, administrators of John 6111,
deceased. Filed July 219:1869.•
No. 50. Final account of David Stewart. guar
dian of Alfred Stewart. Flied July 20. 1869.
No. 51 Final account of Thomas Jiffrey and
Joseph etewart executors of Mary Jeffrey, de
ccased. Fis t uly finalB69
No. 52. and account of W. P. Mur
ray and Emma Fawcett, exe.futors of Lucretia
Fawcett, deceased. Fib d July 31, 1869.
No. 53. Final account of Rebecca itzell,'ad•
minlstrairlx of David Titzell, deceased. Filed -
!MOM 9, 1869.
No. Brown e , deceasedin. Clayton, execntor of
Eliza Piled Augnst 4.. 1869.
No, m i nor l
children o f
James Young. guar
dian of children of George Mellvaine. de
ceased. Filed August 4. 1860 -
No. 66. Final account of ifugh Richardson,
executor of Humus Scrotti, deceased. File.' Au
gust 5. 1869.
No. 57. Second partial account f Ell Neeld,
guardian of minor children or James S. Neeld,
eeceosad. Filed August/1 , . 1869.
No 58. Fical account of simnel Gaston, trus
tee in sate of real estate of Win. B. niniih, de-
Ceased. Filed August 5. 1869.
No. 69. Accouty. ofJames kraus, administra
tor of James Dougherty, deceased. Floul Aug
ust 6, 1869._ _ _
No hO. First and dna! amount of Alex. *Ur.
dec. Richard Breed and Henry A. Breed, execu
tor. or Georg° Breed, deceased. Filed August
No. ev.. Final account of Magdalena Shade
mantle, exenstrlx • • f George. thademsatle.
tiled A egos& 0, 1869.
No. 133. First and dial account ofJohn Ra
maley. executor of Jonathan McCall, 4cceased,
Plied August II 1869
No 88 First and dnal account of. EdWard
gu , rdlan of HeorgoEl.la iVainwrivit% -
Filed Auguste, 1889.. 111 -"
• Prrrairtnign. Aitititas 0, mem .faa:11111
wvpits , .
SCIENTIFIC AND CLASSICAL
at West Chester, Pa.
The Scbolist lc Tear of le months begins, WED
NRsDA Y. September Ist next.
For catalogue; apply to
WM. F. WYER%
au7:nl7 PRINCIPAL AND PROPRIETOR.
Ross dud Diamond Streets,
Fall Term . Opens September 2d.
There are Seven Uepartments—Golfe late. Rel-1
entitle, Civil and Mechanical hoglneee g, min-
tary Science, Conmercial and Prepare 0ry..1.0
end', Instruction is thorough - and n team c.
The Departments of di
Civil and Mean! at E O
nt ering were organized last year, and, aye s c
ceeded beyond all expectation. VI Inlet e higher
departments of the tin veralty are well minded
for, special- care is taken that Prepare ory Stu-
dents are provided with the best imam log that
can be employed, Past suttees, verrraa a the ks
tertlon that btudente are afforded as good oppbr
tntutles as esti be had at home or abroad.
Call, for the present, from DM to MIA. If., or
send-for a catalogue.
PMSBURG . II cIAZETTE SATITAP , 4OI:,.‘.-AI7,(TFT, 7,,
WILL CLOSE OUT IT
Greatly Reduced Prices,
The Balsam of their Extensive Stock of
Gauze Cotton `Undershirts & Drawers.
Gauze Merino Undershirts & Drawers.
Gauze Silk UndErshirts and Drawers.
Lisle Thread Undershirts & Drawers.
L INEN, JEAN AND
INCLUDING THE CELEBRATED
PATENT PAYTIIOON DRAWER
AN DDIENSE STOCK OF
.It rery Low Prices
SPECULL Dancungs IN
MEN'S HALF HOSE:
A LARGE LOT OF
To be Closed Out Ye 112
"QUAKER CITY FINE SHIRT
Of which we are the Sole Agents
for this City. are unsurpassed in
quality, style, make and excel
lence of lit.
It is a make of Shirts that
has become Standard, and for
which the demand is
We have these Shirts in all sizes
FOR EYELETS AND STUDSI
To Open at the Back.
FINE' DRESS SHIRTS
MADE TO ORDER
Mao, Wholesale. Agents for the Celebrate,
Linen Collars and Cuffs,
alt Manufacturers Prices.
PUTNAM & ADAMS,
72 Fifth Avenue
.z..,:, ,:. .-..,,.. -.OMKUTh',.
Best Makes of Calicos
HANDSOME NEAT STYLES
Fine Unbleached Muslin
BLEACHED UNDRESSED MUSLIN
DOUBLE WIDTH ALPACAS
EXTRA GOOD BARGAINS IN
SHIRT G FLANNELS
New Bargains Daily
w~. r~ s
180 and 182 Fedehl Street,
• Check Books,
COUNTING NOUSE STATIONERY
Letter, Cap and Note Papers,
3Elp.wcr el c• e
Of all kinds made to order, of any desired pattern
of ruling or banding.
KAY & COMPANY,
pir OBIE 8 1 HOMES t HONES I
omz4:,,Au lands or !Tonsils for sale la
BEAL' EnTATX mem.
1 11:11 1 ;: n cillOPT r HLOAPS. Publishers and
jiSal Aosta, No. b.n Totals imam.
• ..%11 -T- .
NO: . SEERTY: OFigOH-1
Fast Colored Dark Calico
FOR OXE DO.L.LaR
GOOD FAST COLORED CALICO
At 10 Cents.
At 12 1-2 Cents.
FOR ONE DOLLAR
FOR ORE DOLLAR
FINE 'MELD W/DE
At 12 1-2 Cents.
Fine Black and Colored
At - . Cents:
At Vety Lew Prices.
65 WOOD STREET.
Bpyers of Dry Goods
The Unusually Ltime
DEMAND AND SALES
113 "V GIL 040 S,
THE E PAST FEW WEEKS
Pleased to Inform our Customers;
AND THE PUBLIC,
That our Stock is Still Kep
FULL AND COMPLETE,
By Large Arrivals Daily
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOOD
That We Kaye Plenty of
AND GOOD BLIIGMS
To Offer All,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
180 and 182 Federal Street,.
iners. and persons desiring a Western
Gme, and others, can have a spicy Weekly Paper
FREE TOR SIX MONTHS br_sendlllS SIMS and
Polio!!Ice address to GARDENS. JOURNAL,
(inches, Illinois. • itentinlk
J. W. BAR
STILL GREATER 'RED
Many Goods offered Twe
they can be bought for in
Winter Goods as
THE SA 101 E.
must he C
By Order, ;
The partnership! here to fore existing ander the
name or JOHN THOIdPBDN & CO. , was dis•
solved o Thompson July last by the withdrawal
of John The baldness will be can
tle.: on as uses. at the old establishmen4l3s
In retiring from the above firm I would cordl
dlaLly recommend my former partnere to myold
custom busine s she public generally, believing
that th will be carried on by . thg_ni In an
i t ,
honest and eprl ht manner, and I woad - desire
to return my el ceie . &tunics to .my-friends for
the very liberal atronage I r ave reeetved from
them during the thirty. oue years I have carried
on business In Pittsburgh.
The undersigned t successors to John Moran:-
son & Co., have formed a partnership dating
from July first, under the name of •
THOMPSON & MILLER,
and will continue the businesd of El OM wiPAINT
INS, and dealing
in PLAIN AND °BRAKER
TALHIRD REIGN °LABS, at th e old stand, 138
TFu AVER Ult.
Thankful for the favors of the past we would
respectfully Balite continued tuttrrnage of our
°lends and the public, assuring them that we
will sysare no palm to render asAlatactiont., every
C&Boia9hich we may be emplogd.
B. C. MILLER.
SOHO , CiIa D'ESK.
ADVANTAGES; • .
Z. ptronost and Most Durable. ' •
11. Does not require to be fastened to the
!..11:. Presents no obstacles t
- • o the Brown In
IV. It Is perfect In the ease of Ingress and
V. It Is the Chespe;tw . ' •
Private sad public school; supplied ttiroturh
R. S. DAVIS : ho CO.,
Where a Model may be seen and Prices and other
UCTION IN PRICES 1'
nty-fi;ire per cent. less than
the Eastern Markets at the
well as Summer
I V. ithaRKER, Jr
rir 2 f o T/CES- 11 To-Let,'"ArZare,
"Lost," "Wantk" “Found," "Boar ding," :
cte., not exceeding FOUR LINER, will
be inverted in awe coiumn B once for
TWENTY-FIVE ORN2I each-- addi
tional line FIVE . OE.NTa.4.
WANTED.— TEAC H.—In
Union township, FIVE' TEACHERS.
Applicants will - meet. at 310 nt Pisgah School
House on SATURDAY, August 7th, at 3 o'clock
By order of the Board. • '
PLOYILENT OPPlCfit,_ No. 3. tn. ()lair
Street. BOPP CURLS and XEN, for dtderent
Rinds of employment. Persona wanting help
of all kinds cantle supplied on 'hart notice.
AIMED:—A :good; Becond-
I4ANDD ENEKTIE AND BOILER: engine
about Inch e7l.lader: Boiler trawl@ to 20 tier.
38 to 46-Inch, and fined. Parties baviut such
maehiners to sell will please address Box 384.
Pittsburgh Postoffiee. stating Ilse. make Azad
WANTED. -.4. 19 WALL HOUSE,
of three rooms. In Manclireter or Law
renceville. Also. a SITUA.TIOX hi a clothing
store a. salesman: Good rsference given. Ati - -
dress W. P. BRANDON., Pittsburgh Postai/ice.
STRAYED AWAY FROM TREE
subscrther. in Pleasant Valley, *R&D COW
wit h hr.rns turned In. It ny informs on that will
lead to th e recovery of the Cow w be thank
tully recehTs. • PALOON.
Pleasant Valley, Allegheny Co., Pa.
T0 -LET.- SCHOOL nano.—
Prat. H. T. Gourley havinz discontinued
rooms lately occupied ny him In Phelan's
Buildings," 22 and 94 rim avenue. will be
for rent, together with all the school furniture
complete. or farther Particulars inquire -of
JAMES PITMAN. No. 24 PHU avenue. •
rr o-LET.--noonts. 'on Second
thor, with Boarding. Location the most
desirable In the cite, with the conveniences of
bath rooms, the comforts of a private an
few boarders are kept. MI Borth Avenue, Al
FOR SALE.—A Rare Chance
to secure a home In the s 'PITTISBURuEr
AL ESTATE REGISTEJI," office No. 139
FOR SlLL — Bargains in Beal
Estate In the "PITTSBURGH RBA', Be-
TATE REGISTER. Pobllsbea. only by °Rolm
& PHILLIPS. at No. 139 Fourth Avenue. e
FOB SALE-CITY RESIDENCE
On Colwell street, one square from street
cars. - The House has tea rooms,- ball, good
cellars. pressed brick front, gas and water
throughout, bath room, rangy In kitchen. and In
a pleasant nelghoorheod., price ONLYV1.000;
on easy terms. A opt. to CROFT it PHi
Real Estate Am nts, No. 139 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE .— Ove r $1,000,000
worth of property,:comprising-Parms,litiLs.
hotels, Stores, Houses. Loh. City and Subur
ban residences In such a vast variety. that the
most fastidious cannot
to get suited in a
home. Pull particulars of all the above given in
the "PITTS/W.6UB REAL ESTATE ESUIS
TEE," CROFT PHILLIPS., Peblishers and
Real Estate Agents, No. 139 earth - avenue,
Do rt. fall to get it. •
ER SONAL—A.II persons seek-
ING. HOMES, or investments In !teal Es
tate, will save time, trouble and money pro.
a CODV of the “P.ITEI3EUBOIFI EAT,
ESTATE EEC/WTI:HO' his gtvenaway awns
cannoty mall Pa= to any requesting lt.
tall to get suited out of the large
list It contains. CROFT A PFTILLIPe. Pun.
Halters and Real Estate Ageata, No, 139 Fourth
I'OR SALE.-VALVARLE crry
RnSIDENCE.HOUSE AND LOT, No. 7*
Washington street, Allegheny City. The lot Ls
GA feet on Washington street, extending back
260 feet, on which is erected a double two e
brick dwelling, having , all modarn improvements.
Also brick stable anti carriage room, with tier.
!Ants room attached, all in first rate order. Tit
those wanting a comfortable home, this propeatil
is recommended. Enquire on the laremLses, or.
.61.038 RT DALZELL.
1yI2:m8 49 Sttoelfgon Avenue.
z' B. 0. MILLER.