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rO''''THE MEMBERS OF. THE
UNION REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE
COItIIITYEB F ill ALLEGHENY CO are
hereby notifiNt chat a meeting of the Committee
will be held in the
DISTRICT COURT ROOM,
AT THE COURT HOUSE, en-
WEDNESDAY, Align t 18, 1869,
AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M.,
Yor the purpose of completing lists of the Ex
ecutive Committee for each Election District.
.A full attendance is requested.
W. S. FITRVIANCE, Chairman.
W co A L L G T4R . f3F..3IIIOCIIEtiNAgN. Eecretarles.
• OrREPURLICANS OF THE
NINTH WARD. ('fret Precinct or the
old Fifth.) are requested to mutt at the PUBLIC
11.IISE OF LEWIS driCHTER. on Liberty
street. near O'Hara, nn MONDAY EVENING,
36th in.t.. for the impose of forming a Repub.
Dean Club Jor the Ward
suit 034 MANY. REPUBLICANS.
THE E'.DMMON SENSE WIVE
AND . CIDER M LL, Manufactured by the
Ashland dihio) Machine Company, is the most
practical Cider MIR in the world. ity one opera
tion It grinds the apples. presses them SP PIT as
chins between rollers, while the cider passes di
rect into the barrel They are run by hand or
power,.easily operated, durable and an hstantial.
Before purchasing a Cider MID send for an Blas
t trated Circular. • attic.=
OFFICE OF CM" ENGINEER ,t SURVEYOR.'
PITTSBURGH, august 16, 1869. f
OTICIE.—The assessinent for.
F;lNtri • Grivilng, •PaYinir ill d—Curotng LIB
-ITY STREET. from 30tu to 32d street, is now
ready for tztaminati n. andlean,tic teen at this
office until *TRURO DAY, August 26th, when it
whit's. returned to the City Treasurer's °Mee for
co . laction. '
anteing° H. X. MOORE. City Enalneer.
CITY Esomouvs OFFICE.
ALLEGIIENT CITY, PA., Anglia 13, 1860.
IVO ICE.—Th e Asiessmentsfor
Grading EILBUCK STREET, from Corry
to School streets, also the assessment for Grading
and Paving GEYER ALLEY, from Webster to
Beaver streets, are now ready for examination,
and can be seen at the ollize of the City Engineer
until AUGUST .03d, 1'69, when they will be
placed in the hands of the City Treasurer for col•
CITY CONTROLLER'S OFFICE.
CITY OF ALLEGIIENY, August Ft, 1869.
DEALERS IN LEATHER HOSE.
SEAL lr D PROPOS4LS will be received at this
(Mice until 3 o'clock r.PRIDA.'r , August
$lOOl., 1469. for (1200) TNVELVR kIIINDE ED
nlar Or" Dt./OBLE RIVET'rEII LEALTIIER.
Bads to state the pressure they will guarantee
the Bose to stand when tested.
he Committee do not hind themselves to ac
cept the mvrest or any bid.
W. N. PORTER,
CITY CORI BOLLES.
CITY CONTROLLER'S OFFICE, I
CITY OF ALLE6ILENY. Anglin 14th, 1869.
OTICE TO CONTRACTOIM
tinged Prop:male-will be lecelved at this
'‘ office until 3 Weida r. x.. on FRIDAY. August
Iluth, 1869, tor building
FIRM ENGINE HOUSE
IN THE SIXTH WARD
Plans and Specifications can be seen at the
once of J. M. HALF'''. Esq., Architect. Federal
sir. et, Allegheny City.
The C.eximlttee reserves the right to reject any
or alt bids. /
• W. fl. PORTER.
anl6;n4d CITY CONTROLLER.
SECOND AVENtllf.—Tsvp houses. stories. 0
,rooms.-with all modern Imprvvemr-nts • Will
/ sell for t 5.500 and ereb. .E.rsy terms.
rtit.ll4kiEt. IttLL.-4. acres of around, with
Enleunid view over the Monongahela Valley:
Adapted for private resluence or to be laid out in
!imbuing Lots. At a harszaht.
• THREE ra iLttd FR'ibi riHARPSHIJRA.-90
acres of best ga den land; with 500 of the
eho'cest fruit tree+ in fast bearing conAtion.
Convenient to flour and saw mill. F'-r partlear
lars enquire at
S 7 Grant Street
TUSTIN & KLEE.
• Our entire Summer Stock of Boys', Youths'
and Children's Clothing, closing oat at greatly
GRAY & LOOAN'S,
No. 47 SIXTH STREET
LATE ST. CLAIB.
ALPERT & KOHLER,
Manufacturers and Dealers in BOOTS, SHOES
AND OAITICHS, No. 38 Market street, Plas
h ugh. Ps.
Particular attention given to Custom Work.
We beg leave to direct the attention or the
public to the fact that we are now prepared to
manufacture Boots and Shoes for persons
troubled with Corns, Bunions, or deformed feet,
under the personal sup.rr - . felon of our Mr. Are
PEET, fannetty of Allegheny City. who will be
pleased to see his old customers again. We have
adopted Mr. Alpert's mode of meunring the
too•, bv which we can be safe in warrandna easy
and comfortable Buot • and bhoes for the tauler
-- est feet. Give us a trial and be convinced.
aue;n= 38 Market street, Pittsburgh. Pa.
"HOBOKEN" STATION PROPERTY
This beautiful situation cannot be surpassed
for private residences in any direction, so elose
to both cities, being, only eight miles up the
Western Pennsylvania Railroad. Any person de
siring information about this uronerty can obtain
it by calling at the °Bice of the IRON CITY MU
TUAL LIVE INSURANCE COMPANY. 15
Federal street, Allegheny. Lois from one-bait
acre to Ave acres: also, small lots to suit pur
chasers. There is a good location for a manurae
taring establishment; between the Railroad sand
Allegheny river. - auio:nss
,TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER
-a- the United States Court for the West -
ern District of Pennsylvania, the following
property of JOSHUA RHODES, P. W. H. L okT.
SHAW and JACOB ANDERSON, will be sold
on the 11th inst., at 10 o'clock A. M., at Ho-
ILWAINE , S AUCTION ROOMS. viz: Promis
gory note of J. Neihsus and others; Day Book,
Journal aid Ledger of said Danko, an d a Second
Mortgage gleen by Lingtiay & McCatcheon to
Joshua Rhodes for $3,800 upon property in Al
anit naG R. W. MACKEY, Assignee.
WO LUMBER DEALEIL AND
CABPENI4IO.-I am now In recdpt, of
Best A . No. 1 Saginaw Shingles,
From the celebrated hazhigan Lumber Regions
direct., which i can sell .03 the trade at low figures
either by ear toad or in quanttues to pur
Cor. Juntas* and Preble strew ts. Sixth ward. and
No. 187 Rebecca street, opposite the
Works. aileghenv OUT. 1929:m78
Afinersk and persons Atlisiring a . Western
e.•and otherwanbaver staple, Weal ly Pacer
FEES son OM MONT/113 br sending name and
Postomca address to GARDNER JOURNAL,
(Sudsier. Illiaols. -
livrinTE - barrels
Cleveland Wbite Lime: SOO bbla Salton
do.ifide sale br
NEW .. ADVERTISEMENTS.
ESTABLISHED IN 1845
ANDERSON & WOODS,
BEST REFINED OAST STEEL
Of every description. Also, best
Refined German Plow and Spring Steel,
CORNER ROSS AND FIRST AVENMILPItts
ban h. Ps. - aula nai
MB. AND MRS. 11. M. TWINING'S
BOARDING AND DR' SCHOOL ,
No. 2024 Mt. Vernon St., Philadelphia,
The object of this saloons to impart a practi
cal and useful education. For this purpose the
rooms are fitted up with every necessary comfort
and convenience for 'twenty scholars only. The
most etEcient teachers of French, German and
Drawing are engaged.
An ample supply of Philosophical and Chemi
cal apparatus is provided for the illustration of
A pamphl• t Prospectus of the School will be
furnished on appilcattun by it tter or otherwise.
A VALUABLE WORK.
OUR OWN BIRDS,
A Familiar Natural History
BIRDS OF THE UNITED STATES:
BY WILLIAM L. DAILTi.-
Revised and edited by E. D COPE. With
numerous Illustrations. 10210. Tinted Paper,
Extra Cloth. $1.50.
For sale by all Booksellers. or will be sent by
mail, postage prepaid; on receipt of price. oy
J. B. LIPPINCOTT, Publishers,
715 and 717 MARKET BT., Philadelphia.
BATES & BELL.
PACIFIC RAILWAY GOLD LOAN.
lessrs. DABNEY, 11ORCH & CO., 51
Exchange Place, and E. K. JESUP & CO.,
12 Pine ttroet, N. Y., offer for sale the
Bonds of the Kansas Pacific Railway.
These Bonds pay seven per cent. in Gold;
.:have thirty pram to run; are Free from
Government Taxation ; are secured by a
Land Grant of Three Million Acres of the
Finest Lands in Kansas and Colorado,
In addition to thiespecial grant the Com-
pay also owns Three Millions of Acres
in Kansas, which are being rapidly sold'to
develop the country and Improve the road.
They are a first mortgage upon the eaten-
Rion of the road from Sheridan, Kansas,
to Denver, Colorado. The road
tion NOW EARNS MORE THAN
NET INCOME TO PAY THE. I'
ON THE NEW LOLL There is
seenriti in the market—this
some respects better than Government Se•
entitles. PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST
PAYABLE IN GOID. Price 96, and acern
ed Interest, In Currency. Pamphlets, Naps
and Circnian brained in application
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE'. , .MONDAY, At'GUST 16, 1869.
WHEELER 60:, WILSQN
The distinctive feature of the WHEELER
WILSON 3IA.OdINE is the use of a ROTARY
HOOK to carry l the loop of the upper thread
. around the 5p0.,1 containing the under, making
the lock-stitch alike on both stilts of the fabric,
thereby doing away completely with the ,c,lbta
tory motion of a shuttle, the tunsion upon the
under thread, and all devices for tali trig up slack
thread; these are necessary on all two-thread
Mschlnes. The public have Indorsed Ms prin
ciple by purchasing over 380,000 of our Mi.
chlnes—more .tban 100,00 in excess of those of
any other manufacture! It has long been 4.
knowledged by far the most simple Lock-stitch
Maculae In existence; having one•thlyd Ices ma-
ehlnery than any other two•taread sewing Ma=
(Prom the London Times.)
"The WHEELER & WILSON bEWING MA
CHINE, which is the ONE BEST CALCULA
TED FOR HOUSEHOLD WORK, uses no shut
tle, and makes the LOCK•STITCH alike on both
sides of the goods.
"Some of the Sewing Machines are very ex-
travagsnt In the use of thread; one of the most
noted of Mon making the doobie•lcop chain-
&Itch, using six yards of thread to one of sew
lug. This Is -a serious matter, looked upon la a
manufacturer's point of clevi, where the great
aim is to economize the materisl.”
Thousands of Testimonials could
be given from all parts of the world,
Were It necessary to the reputation
of this well-known Family Sewing
I beg to state that I have used my Wheeler &
Wilson Sewing Machine, in family sewing. four.
teen years, without even the most trifling repairs ;
and It Is In so good nomdltlon that I *mild not
exchange it fur your latest number (now up•
wards of 300,000). One needle served me more
tban a year in tine sewing
Mrs. Manley has had her Wheeler & Wilson
Sewing Machine in almost dailly use for over
eleven years without any repairs. Ehe has done,
with her own hands, during that period, the
larger poition of the sewing for a family of
eleien children on the machine, and part of the
time far fifteen or twenty farm servants. She
wonld not now change her Wheeler £ Wilton
for any other the bas ever aeen.
Capt. J. YOUNG, JR., of Robinson township,
Allegheny county, says: We have used the
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine in our iamily
two years. My daughter received but two les
sons, and Is able to accomplish every variety of
sewing without any tilitirulty whatever. We had
used the "Howe" and "Grover .1 Baker," and
after a fair trial of these three leading Machines,
we can most confidently assert that no mechine
Is so simple or so well adapted for ladles` and
famtiy ore, as the "Wheeler &Wilson."
My wife has used her Wheeler & Wilson Ma
chine ten years with Out repairs, and has used
only one needle for the last three year!.
CHLRLY.3 J. GRAY.
NZWBUAG, 17, Y.
Ten years ago I purchased a Wheeler it Wil
son &wink, Machine,and have had It in constant
use in my family since. •We used is during the
war to make clothing for our volunteers in tho
service, and for the hospitals, and thfe work
was very heavy, being coarse woolen end cotton
fabrics. It is stilt In good working order, noth
ing having been broken but a few needles. Yon
are welcome to use my name in your recommen
dations. Hite. HUGH MOGUI.LOCH,
°Mgr NUNNZRY, idoxraset.
We, the undersigned, Sisters 'of Charity, cer
tify with pleasure that, after a trial of ten years,
we have found Wheeler Wil:on's Sewing Ma
chines superior In every respect to all others used
in our establishment. Their mechanism is
strong and perfect, and with little care never
get out of order. SISTER COULTER,
In order to isoilitate the sale of, and place a
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machias within the
reach of every one, we propose to lease them on
the following terms: We will furnish one of our
celebrated Sewing Machines to any one denosit
irig with as fifteen dollars as security for its safe
keeping and paying us ten dollars per month for
the use of the same. When the monthly pay
meets and deposit amount to a sum equal to the
Crash Prks of the Machine, we will give a receipt
in fall for the Machine.
Any one di sirous to avail tbemselves eon*
offer, can be accommodated by mating applica
tion to one of our traveling salesmen, or by ad
dressing us, or by calling at our
1 o better
WM. SUMNER & CO.
NOTICE. --The public are re•
QUE6TED to call atm witness
SMOKE CONSUMING FURNACE IN OPERATION.
at the West Point Boller Works, toot of p ea t,
direst, gaily awn 13 M. to 3 r.e.
anloo2 Joni; 11311TUAN.
lies. ANNIE WARNER
180 and 182 Federal Street,
New Black Gro Grain
VERY CHOICE COODS,
Equal in Color to Silk.
NEW . BLACK ROYAL
Fine Finish and Lusires.
NEVI BLACK MOHAIR ALPACAS,
All Qualities and Prices.
White Narseilles Quits.
WHITE DAMASK GUILTS.
White Allendale Quilts.
COLORED BED COVERLETS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
No. 180 and 182 Federal Street,
ROBERT- 11. PETEDSON & CO„
Seventh Avenue and Liberty St.,
Will on Saturday, July 31641069. and
on each succeeding Saturday,
hold an Auction Sala of
HORSES CARRIAGES, BUGGIES ,
And everything appertaining t the norm,
Parties deal ing to sell will please leave their
notice of consignment on or before. Thursday of
each week In order for advettising. Prompt at
tention and good care will be given sit Stock left
JOHN li r . STE WART, Auctioneer.
11. M. WCOWAN f a. H. WILOWN•
R. N. McCOWAN k-CO„
oMoo, No. 66 OHIO ST., ALLEGHENY.
Orders left at Gazarra drama. Pittsburgh,
promptly attended to.
Pave ffld~Tralhs , Cellarsilmald• Yards,
Drives, so. ~
Warranted against changes of heat and cold.
Itxranxgots —Max. Mo..rhead, Lvon & nnorb.
Poop ratterson. Wm. rark, .sames N. Long &
Son, Wartlor & McKee. Anderson's & Maxwell,
Aiken & Campbell. Isaac Craig. jyl6:m23
Tirs B. LYON.
Sealer of Weights and Measures, .
Ofior—bo. 5 FOURTH AVENUE, Pittsburgh.
a 7:11 JOHN 'NESPRES. Degutg,-Pittsburgh
Liet.. GEO. f B. WM:IIMT, Deputy. Alleo
Maul /Cartel. i k:.
Pilaiiiiiii3 3 i l4 l l 3)ol#llZA
180 and 182 Federal Street,
At 6 1-4 Cents.
LINEN TABLE NAPKINS.
At 12 1-2 Cents.
EXTRA GOOD NAPKINS.
At 12 1-2 Cents,
LEGE LINEN TOWELS.
At 12 1-2 Cents,
Wide Linen Toweling,.
At 50 Cents,
Good Wide Table Linen.
At 20, Cents,
\VIDE TABLE ONION GOODS.
At 8 1-8 Cents,
At 10 Cents.
LADIES' ' LINEN CAMBRIC
At 60 Cents,
Ladles' Colored Corsets.
Fast Colored Dark Calico
FOR ONE DOLLAR.
Fine Unbleached Muslin
FOR ONE DOLLAR.
YARD WIDE BLEACHED MUSLIN
FOR ONE DOLLAR, AT
No. 180- and 182 Federal Street,
pEARLASIL-20 sacks or sale
d. B. CA.NBIELn.
3. W. EAR
59 MA RKE
STILL GREATER RED
Many Goods offered The
they can be bought for in
Win,ter Goods as
ItEmt be C
rarNOTICES—"To-Lel," "Lys. Sale?
ifc.; not exceeding FOUR - LINES, will
be inserted in those columns once for
TWENTY-FIVE 'CENTS; each addi
tional tine FIVE CENTS.
WANTED—By a married man
a squatlon as beXTON OF A CHURCH
In either clt , Ade. beny preferred. Address
Box Ic., GAZiTTEOFFICZ.
WANTED.—SITIIATION, by a
married man as a driver. Can give good
reference. -Address tiIEORGIL. liszarrrs Or
WANTED -A SITUATION AS
Clerk. Salesman, or Travelling Agent
for a wholesale or manufacturint establishment.
Can dive good city re. erenees. Addreu Box
"51." New Cumberland, W. Va.
k , , , A1 sM: at 114
"IDIVANTED.—A first-class MA.
v CHINE R 1.4 rKSIIILTH. Enquire at the
Ix LUSTFUL!. WORE Q, corner Point alley and
WANTED -A TIDY COLORED
woman to take charge of a atrial house
In a small famlly. Erich 'person can llsd a good
home by applying at 98 Craig street, Alle
ghPny. tole morning. • • :
Union towashlu, FIVE TFACHERd.
Aoteleants •wiil meet at No nt .Ptssah Semi
house on SATURDAY, August 7th, at 3 o'clock
By order of the 'Board.
PLOYMENT OFFICX,Iio. 1 St. Clair
Street, BOYS 0131 LS and MEN, for dilerent
kinds of employment. Persona wanting help
of all kinds can be supplied on short notice. •
WANTED.—),OOO Men Want-
ED to seli the WHEELER & WILSON
SEWING ItLACHINa on salary, AddrPss Look
Box 365,.0r cat' between the hours of 3 and 5
P. M.. at our office; 140 WOOD STREET, Pitts•
Applicants must . come well re•ommended.
WU. 3c CO
IVANTED -100 Cmitideutial
AGENTS to dispose of a good paying arti
cle. An energetic and trustworlby man can
make 00,000 in two months. Particulars free.
Call on or address DAILAY Er, CO., SIOS Broad
way. N. Y.. an2:n23d&Tl
WANTED. -10,000 Acres of
LAND WARRANTS and AGRIOuLTU
RAL COLLEGE LANI semr. wanted. Ad
dresa, JOHN S. BRADDOOK,'Monnt Vernon,
TiVrANTED.-A good second..
HAND ENGINE AND BOILER: enghse
about W•lnch cylinder: Boller from 18 to 20 feet,
36 to 46-inch, and fined. Parties haring such
machinery to sell will please address Box 384.
Plitsburgh Postodlce, stating Else, make and
'WANTED., -A StiALL HOWSE,
of three rooms. In Nanchsster or Law
rencevllle. Also. a nITUATION In a clothing
store as salesman. Good rs terence given. Ad
dress W. P. BRANDON. Pittsburgh Pcstodice.
kOST.=-ON WEDNESDAY AFw
TEKNOON. between 4alegheny and East.
I rty, by way of Stamen:Erg oridig_e and Morn-=
Ingslde road. a lEFTED ELUL'S AND WHITE
PLAID tHAWL. 'A suitable reward will be
paid for its return to the O . 4I.Z.ETTS OPTIC&
STRAYED AWAY FROM THE
übscrioer. In Pleasarit Valley, , a RBI) COW
with horns turned in. Any information that will
lead to the recovery of the Cow will be thank
-10117 receive". MRS. PALOoIf,
Pleasant Valley, Allegheny Co.. Pa. .
MO-LET.—ROONS. on Second
A. fivor, wltb Boarding. Location the most
desirable in the city, the conveniences of
bs , h rooms. the comforts of a_private family, as
iew beane= are kepi. 181 Forth Avenue, Al
legheny City •
IVOR 'ULT.-110178E AND LOT.
—qtutte at Halton Station. Lot eontaina
acres, on which is erected a good Frahm
Dwelling contaming 6 rooms villa fruit trees,
&c. Address JOHN CUPPd, Dalton !Station.
FOll SALE.—Lease and good
will of a TAVERN 87 , 4 ND ins desirable
locillty.:Terms easy; doing_ a good business.
Apply of W.M. JACIPsON. 73 Orates street.
F-SALE,One-half of a
.a: valuable PATENT for Pennsylvania. A
small article used In all houses. A chance fRr an
active ' , minx man with a few handred , dellars.
Address PATENT. PostotHee Box 690.
FOR SALE.---About 120 acres
of land in the best sitnatton'for annul
seats- only S miles from the West Pittsburgt
Ferri Landing. Will be said altogether or it
pieces to suit purchasers. /En ulre of. V. 0
NnEILEY, odlce at the south cadet the Mown.
gahela bridge. Jel4-T&P
FOB SALE-CITY RESIDENCE
On Colwell street, one square' from street
cars. The House has ten rooms, hall, good
cellars, pressed brick front, - gas and water
throughout, bath room, range in kitchen, and in
a pleasant nelghboritod. Price ONLY $1.009;
on easy terms. Apply to CROFT PH t
Real Estate Agents, No. 139 Fourth avenue.
s OR SALLE.-VALUABLE Aemr
EbtiIDENCE.—HOIME AND No. 73
blngton street, Allegheny City. :The lot , is
63 feet on Washington street. extending beck
360 feet, on which - 1s erected a double two nom
brick dwelling. haying all modem Improvements.
Also brick stable and carriage room, with per.
wants room attached, all in eat rate order. Te
those wanting a
_comfortable home, this propetty
is recommended. Enquire on the premises, 01
to IitiBEET DALZILL,
ly12:m8 49 etockton Avenue.
'NO HOMES, or investments in Real Es
tate, will sate time. trouble and money by pro
raring a copy of the TITTSBUiltili EXA.L
ESTATE REGISTER." !tie given awayoltAria
or will be tent hymen FE= toasty requesting
Penotia cannot tiM to get suited out of the large
list It contains. CROFT h PRILLIPe. Pun-
Where and ReafEttate Agent, 1f0i139 Fourth
NDEPE ND ENT TEMPER.
- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:
IJCTION IN PRICES !
nty-five per cent. less than
the EEtstern Markets at the
well as Summer
IBI:01E3 C 'TT COINT.'