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FOURTH WARD, ALI E- NOTICE IS HRRERT:dirIfEII
~. ~..., GRES V—Tbe Republleansof she Fourth . , tbat thed,,,nernop iavieb.ionibt.
Ward are requested to meet at the SANDI:IS- Ar li n de f thM eK ni oaftlatrti C e lt il l . I L :
KV STREET SCHOOL Harm THIS (Satan . EH, ''.:a r(1,18 4:•lrk.: on
the
e C _lith day of VP
d ay) EVENING, at 7)i o'clock ,to 070111ZP for TEMBER. S II76I), by mutual conient. All debts
the campaign and to suggest eandhiateator wand fq i ' le t c'etattl,7 stsiga i re jan. P ilittlsr. r ifi e ra e ll
*facet% VIGILANCE CUMNIITEE. * claims are to b■ presented to her for payment.
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At ....X ECHNECn.
Sept. 18, 1989.
5e11:961
-REBECCA J. MILLER.
farTHILID WARD. --A MEET.
/NG of th' h el dpbilesn voters of the
Third ward will be at the SCHOGL /1017 BR
on lIIONDAY. Scp'ember MUM, 'clock,
e. x.. for the puroole of naming pe r s o nsfor the
oeveral wart offices, to be voted 'or at the Pri
mal." Election to be held on YRIOAT. geotember
24th, oetween the boars of 8 and 7 o'clock
at the same pine.
By order of Vagilonce Committee,
JOHN T. B .1. F. cLOGLE. President.
ROWN Secretary. 8 , 18.00 •
g'TEMPERANCE . AND HIE
,'
Font MASS MEETING;—A meeting
Of the citizens of the. Fifteenth, Seventeenth
and Eighteenth wards will be held on Forty
. Fourth street, 'fine square above Butler street.
.Lawreneevllle, on Monday evening, September
20th, at Vio'clock. Let all 1 , '6 are In favor of
Beforin turn out and learn why they should vote
for.the People's Candidate for County Commis
sioner. Addresses by Bev. P. Combe, of Phila
delphia, David Kirk and others. 808049
itgr''REPUBLICALII MEETING
On Saturday Evening, Sept. 18th,
AT BRADDOCK'S FIELDS,
Will be addressed by W: T. BAINES and AIILES
Btat.PBREY4 , , Bags.
A Brses Band will be In attendance.
By order Committee on Speakers and Meetings.
seism "
cACADEMY OF MUSIC
MONDAY EVENING, Sept: 20th
AND ALL THE WEEK,
THE NVONDERFHL
]E(- Tt 3E S,
ATINIATURE CIRCUS,
ZEILIAL ACB 0.8. A. Ts,
ccurre PANTO mr,trz
I'LLE GERTRUDE
WWI appaar In her wonderful Parlor Entertain
enenta•and GRA.DID TE&NSEPT FLIGHT.
New character songs by ,
MISS BESSIE
Also, Brat appearance here of the celebrated
1
CLODOCHE
.TROUPE •
OP GROTIENUE DANCERS from Parts, and
amany new attractions.
PRICES OF ADMISSION
Parquette and Dress Circle
Pawly Circle ........... . .
Gallery. ......... . ......
fal
F.
Beats can be secured without extra cLarge at
83o8nlan & Hale's Opera moose Music ntore.
• it 7 L //
, (
4
IVo, 37 3rifith Avenue.
•
EVENING CLASSES
FALL AND WINTED, SESSION,
WILL COMMENCE
Monday, September 20t
ititrtletlollllgl9Bll In BOORlEkE • inifi. PEN
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MANSHIP, .A.BITH3SET/C; hc,
•
For particulars, call or address the pilleicei as
-above
FALL- OPENING,
, •
FINE A.ssawridzsT OF
ARAB SHAWLS,
In Plaid and litanzan Striped.
Ruffled Collars and Cuffs,
• The New Sailor Collar , •
Silk Fringes,
Satin Trimmings,
Silk Glass 'Buttons... •
a'l the Newest Patterns.
.KISSES FINE WOOL CIPS AND SACQUE
An elegant assortment just received.
Hair and Jute Switches,
Balmoral and Plaid Hosiery,
Wool Hall Hose,
Shirts and Drawers,
FOB Tau AND WINTER wain
YARN,
..4 Full' 'Supply of All Kinds
HEAVY PLAID FLANNEL%
MACRUM, GLYDS & CO
78 & 80 Market Street.
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J ABIEW
lIKLMORAL BTOKNGB,
c Phelan's ojd stand Stchking Score, No. 24
it/11h Avenue.
prANTSP
FANCY CASHHERE STWICINGS.
'STORE. No Avenue.AND STOCKING
No. SIEFUgh •
prIPANTS?•II AND SNIT
BACQUEB, HOODB..OAPS and BOOTS,
At Phelan 's Old Eltand thotklait store. No. 24
UM Aeenne. .
INFANTS'
WLZN CLOAKS
rum
. ! I ! Wano l kin g ftc ' r e• ,
No. 51*
. .
bOLEN
Old lai d Typire 'USW all colors
c!"?Bt
'. IIII F ° 2l ' nag al i ANTO-
EIS
W
iiiMI=EM
AT 7s p.
WITH THEIR
75 cents
80 ~
sa, ••
/TOR THE
tIMEI
an A: NG E . oraitawi k '
TIME. '
EGIU3NY VALLEY ILIIII ± I2O4D
' THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO 'THE OIL
REGIONO WITHOUT OHAmom OF (JAW. .
On and after ONA, Sept. 2 0, /830 TWO
THROUGH TRAINS DAILY (excel) Sunda) )
roil leave Pittstnire Depot, - corner of Elm>
enth and Pike ,streets, for Franklin, Oil Ity.Btf
tato, and all Points, in tie Oil Regions.
__ LICAI72 PITIVINIIRGEL AHRIP IN friTaßtraC.ll
Day Ex 7:00 am Day .Ex Igias pCM
might Ex.... 7:3 •pm Night/21x ;33 a m
Brady's B Ac 3.03 p m Bradys 11 Ac1.0:05 a to
Freeport Ac. 8:13 ain IstetidaWnts 7:30 a in
lid fiodaVV , ks 6:30 pm Freeport Ac. 6:13 p m
let Holton— 6:40 aro Ist Helton.. 4 :30 a m
Ad Hutton— 8:13 to Via Holton— 6043 p m
3d Halton.. . 11:60 pm 34 Halton .'. 11:1 p m
*th Holton.. s:e° p m 4th Halton. 7:30 p m
Chorea train to and from Soda Works leave
Ptttsborgb at 1:00 P. N. Arrive at Pittsburgh,
(Sundays,) at 10 10 A.R. •
.. • I .
Express trains stop only at principal .points,
Accommodation rains stop at o ll Matt ins
J. J.•LAWILENCx, Gen , ' - luP , t.
THOMAS M. KING. Allit• mpult.
KAY & COMPANY,
BOO KSELLERS,
66 Wood Street',
Hire on band s complete stock o
Stanford School and College Text
--SOROOL, STATIONERY,
Which they Wier at the ' Loweet Prices,
Wholesale and !detail.
Price Lists and Circulars sent on annilei
CHOOL ARD COLLEGE
METHODIST BOOK. DEPOSITO
Twin, &boo' , Maws attd• ttorTrade are
tithed to amid for oar taciolcstatogiik.
4 0/3714PRAKORNEk 4orkt;
DEM
IMEEM
isels:co42
WHAT MINI DOLLARS WILL DO.
IT WILL BUY A LADY'S FINE
Solid Gold Hunting Case Full Jeweled Watch
Wh , eh we warrant a good time keeper. Call and
examine them and be convinced they are aa reD
reseated. at
WATTLES & SHEAEER'S,
101 FIFTH AVENUE, above Smithfield street.
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AT PAIVATE SALE-VALVA
RLE LOT OF GROUND situate en. the
north•east corner of Stockton avenue and Beaver
St., Allegheny city, fronting 37 feet on Stockton
avenue. preserving the same Width along Beaver
street 140 feet; thence along Beaver street 100
feet, preserving a' width Of 60 feet to Water
street, on which 1R erected a two story frame
dwelling house, and being the late residence of
Esther Stockton, dec'd, This prop:rty fronts
on the Allegneny Park, and ior beauty of location
and 'urroundings earls/et be excelled. Por terms
of sale and further information, enquire of
•
THOMAS B. 1 1.1PDMP,
No. 209 Beaver Avenue.
selS:o43
01111711LIC SALE Or TA LITAULE
J, RP wL ESTATE IN TIIE cm OF AL
LEGHENY.
By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of
Allegheny county, the undersigned: as 'Trustee
under the will of Esther Stockton, deed. will
offer at Public Sale. on KRPDAY, the Bth day of
October next, at 10 o'clock A. M., a LOP
ciltuuND behmiglng to the estate of said dece
dent, intrude on Stockton avenue. near Beaver
street, fronting 23 feet on Stockton avenue and
preserving the same, wt. th back toward Water
street, a distance or 740 fret.
mihnerms of 'tale — One-third of the purchase
ey cash on cqndtmat on of sale. Hit. balance
In two equal annual payments, secured by bond
and mortgage or the purchaser.
For further in r ormation. enquire of
THorl. Avenue,E, Trnetee.
No. 209 Beaver Allegheny. Pa.
8518:047
A.M , ILLET'S
HAT PARLOR,
No. 22 Fifth Avenue
A FULL STOCK
Of All the New Styles
HATS AND CAPS
CeLL THE SE
CARPE
NEW FALL STO
Oil Cloths, Window
DRUGGETS
DRUG,GET SQII
Ingrain Carp
At. the Lowest Prices Eve
BOMD, ROSE
21 IiVITII
DUCATIONAL.
AND
TEXT BOOKS.
AT THE
129 Smithfield Street,
Opener of Viigin,Allep)
77; /0
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PITTSBURGH GAZETTE BATUItDAY, SEPTE.MBER, 13, 1869.
A .,, , soirateEMlENT- . . • ••• •
THE SUNDA ..,Y MAC AZINE"
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Recreatiqn and intdruction."-
PROFI ZaLYILLINTRALED.-
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EDITED MY MEV. THOMAS GUTHRIE., D. D
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rAngements for the future publication. In this
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sinceitscommenceme ut,THEBONDAY3lAo.
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11. ErtsOn t).•
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111. ST. PA, L'S COMPANIoSS. lty Juba S.
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PRO CL A.MATION.
City of Pittsburgh', as.
I I, JARED M. BRUSH, Mayor of the city of
Pittsburgh, do issue this my proclamation, that
on the SECOND TUESDAY in OCToßleil. A.D.
MD. being the 12th - day of the month. the
freemen of said city qualified to vote for mem
bers of the Rouse of Representatives of this
Cr mmonweslth, will meet at their several p aces
of holding the elections In their respective welds
and elect by oallot the following members of Se
.
Met and Common Coureil :
The Electors or the First ward of the city of
Pittsburgh to meet att he Pe I.lle School House In
said ward and elect one member of select COOn•
cil and three members of Common Council
cif and four members of Comm,n a:butted.
SIL T Id h w -
Pittsbnrgb to meet ar the en bile School Houle In
aEridectM°dr4eol:ethoen7M'ennid hew'r"odf of t he
:e h e c
:C I t o Y u:
The ). I. ctors of the I hit el ward of the City of
Pt tsburgh to meet at the plaint:dui shop of addy
Sc Wi.liams, corner or Slx.h and stni.hfield
etrests, and elect, one member of Select:Council
and three members of Common Commit,
The Eleetors of the Yourth ward of the el' v of
Pittsburgh to meet at the Public School House
in said ward, and elect one member of ,etelect
Council and thn e members of Common Council.
Tile niectoes of the F:fth ward o the r ley of
Pittsburgh to meet at the °Moe of the Clerk of
the Orphan. Court In sa:d ward. and elect one
member of Se.ect Council and three members of
Common 0.1101.11.
The Electors est the Sixth w.rd of the city of
Pittsburgh to meet at the Public
.School House
on Ann etc. et. In •ald ward, and elect one mem
ber of Select Council and four men:them of Com
mon Council.
Tbe Electors of the Seventh ward of the city
of Pittsburgh to meet at the Public sc boJi House
In said ward. and elect one member of Select
Council ano three members of Common Coo HMI.
C 7 he Electors of the Elghth ward of the' city of
Pitteburgn to meet at roe house or Henry Wil
son, co ner of Franklin and Fniton streets, In
said ward, and elect' one member of Select
Conned and three members of Common Council.
The Electors af the Ninth 'ward of the city of
Pittsburgh to meet at the Putitc School House
In said ward. and elect one metnher of Select
Counc El ec t or sree members of Coltman COUElell.
The of the Tenth ward of the city of
Pittsburgh to meet at the Lamb Tavern, corner
of Penn and Mechanics Streets, And Chet One
member of Select Connell atopl two members of
Com Elector,.Th um the Eleventh, ward of the city
orpittaburgti to meet sat IticaPtulhs Bohool House
In said ward, and elem. one mom ber of Select
Council and ttmee members of Common council.
Th- Electors of the Terelftb avard'of the city
of I Ittsbu rich to mee t at tbe Public School House
iu said ward, and elect one member of Select
COUncl. and flye members of Common Council.
The Electors of the Thineentn' ward of the
city of Pittsburgh to meet at the Public school
nterrtutePf Piro' Man-
Rouse In said ward, and elect one member of Se
fect.COnmcil and
two
The Eleetors of 'the oarfeenth ',card of the
city of Pittsburgh to mete at tae Public echool
House In said ward, and meet one member ofta.e
feet. Cosine': and four ne mbers or:Common Conn-
Thu.iilectors of - the Fifteenth sward of the
city of Pittaburgh to Meet t the Public
Soliool Ifouso in said ward and el et one member
of Select Commit and four members of Common
Council.
Toe Electors fit the Sixteen tli ward of the city
of Pittsburgh to meet at the Wigwam, corner of
Main and Petri streets. fn sat.! ward. and elect
one member of Se:ect Council and two members
of Common Connell.
The Electora of the ateSeveenth ward of the
eity of Pittsburgh to meet the Pub.lc School
House In sato wa , d and eiect one member of Se
lect Council and three members of Common
Council.
The F.lectors r f the Eighteenth ward of the
city of Pittsburgh to znee t at the Public School
H use In Halo ward and , I..cc, cite men, Ler of Se-
Met Conseil and two members of Common Coun
cil
The Electors of the Niteenth ward of the
city of Pittsburgh to n 3 et a at the Hollow School
Housn on Mill street, to said ward, and elect
One member of Select council and two members
ofCemmon P ouncll.
of T P e i t E sbi co h o o f MheaTawe H n eft th
r w s aSrcdhooft hßouisy
in saw ward, and elect one Member of ewe ct
Con ' ell and tw . members of Cemmon Connell.
cit Th f E lPitob of g he t Twmney at rs th w Wg wam
corner of Spring street anti Pnekety road, In said
wa.el, and e ect nun mrtb.r of
two members ofeommon C‘bun e.dent Council andca -
The Electors of the Twenty-Second ward of
the city_ ot Plttshurgh --to meet at the ]twin
School HotPe in said ward, and elect one member
ofeelect Council and two members of Common
Council
T o r slrctors of the , Twenty Third.- ward of the
city
InlaidPitsburgh to no et at Harlewtrd
of es House ward, and elect one member of Se
le t Council at dtwOpsetubers of Common Coun
cil.
' In testimony whereof I have hereunto
L. S.
s t nsy nun and annexed tbe seal .-f•the,
I day of M ell IT Pltt.butgh. thiselxteenth
. r „„
September, A. D. 1869.
;JARED M. BEM.' •
Mayor.
SON
TS
Shades
RES,
M!1
Ohre
'CO
SID
APPLE, PAKIER B .4 . have . a
full assortment of Apple Paring. Coring and
.aiming Machiniil Which I invite all to call and
'see them tried. The PARING, CORING AND
SLICING MACHINES, takes ?ply three turns 0
the crank to 'pare, acre, 'and slice' in ordinary ,
sized apple. It will pare without slicing or
coring required;
Dried Apples sell much higher when, sliced
with this machine than hen quartered bra*
old process:
Also, full assortment of
..
- •
- , • ,
Lightning Turn Table Apple Parers
/or sale. wholesale aad Bala% bY
1 4 1&186 WOOD STREE'r.
MI
ME
NEW ADITERTISEMENFb.
Booksellers :and Ottitioners;
66 WOOD Mari
DRT
... GOODS,
s.„.
LOW PRICES.
iIEAITY AND FINE
White Count6r\ Nan.
IVOOLEN BED COVERLETS
Extra Weight , and ,QualitY.
BARBED COUNTRY FLANNEL
Best Makes and Stylo.
Barred and .Plain Colored
SHIRTING FLANNELS.
Extra Good Bargains.
NEW. AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENTS OF
Cassimeres and Jeans,
Waterproof Cloths,
Tidings and Cheeks.
Table Linens and hipkiiis,
Sheeting and Pillow Muslin,
• Calicoes and Ginghams,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WILLLIM SEMPLE'S,
No. 180 and 182 Federal Street,
ALLEGHENY MT
NEW STORE.
NEW GOODS.
B• OPPENHEIIIiER,
Merchaut Tailor,
AND DEALER IN
NEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING,
fa happy to •
announe, to hla old frlerole an ear
towers,-and the public generally, that be la now
established In his
- NV - S Co7Erk
7
.No• 82 Market Street,
Where he has opened a large and ♦arled stock o
o aLaCDPInEXIS,
Cassimeres, Vestings, dcc
9
be I , •
Of tbe latest and nioscapproved patterna. WeliCh
Is prepared to make up In the lateat , •tyles at
the lowest cash pricey. Also, a fine lot or
Ready Made Clothing •
AND
GENT'S FURNISHING' GOODS,
To which he Invitee the attention Of the robllc.
•NO OLD STOCIC''
EVERYTHING IS ; , NEW
13: OPPENHEIMER,.
No. 82 Market Street,
SECOND COOR BELOW THE DIAMOND.
se 17:u38
CHOOL AND COLLEGE
TEXT BOOBS.
A Full Assortment of, all the Works
USED IN THE.
Public: Schools,
High behool,
Western University,
Methodist Female College,
.Bounnats Institute,'
AND
PRIVATE SCHOOLS &ACADEMIES
Pitrebniigh, Allegheny and Vicinity.
FOR SALE AT THE LowEsir pnwis
Wholesale and Retail,
KAY .8e COMPANY ,
(164rArirpra
wicara:Witatit,is
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4DVERTIS
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PM
COLORED
DOUBLE WIDTH
CO
I •LET.-110011.--4 wen -fur
. RIORED &rood Story PRtiNT HOOK, for
two or more
street. gentlemen, Apply at No. 33 Ninth
rl. LET.—
story Front Ito furniqted.'with board
suitable tor 'tenth men or lade or two single
semen. Inquire at 18 WILIE rTlets.T.
rno•
ILEF.---'•E{e - i--wirStory Front
ROOSI, suitable ter simile gentlemen, at
I%ia. 31 Ninth (formerly Hand) street.
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"VOIR 4 L in -114 Ell Y.—A well
A.: FURNISHED BAARRY, fu• a Good Loca
tion, la for cats very cheap. Inquire St NII3
Want street.
J. A R
ON MONDAY, SEP
Will Open their Splendid I
ter Dress Goods, Manufactu
Trade, and comprising Rich
'
shades Silk Warp: Epingli
Russe, All-wool Epinelinesi
Black Baratheas, English a
arritzAlloth, Russell Cords,
ges, Merinos, Empress Clot
IMIM
Silk Plushes,Velvets and 0
teens, Astra chan, Seal Skin
ernrooh, leo., at very Attra
.T. ,
ME
ADVERTISE
DRESS''''GOODS AN SDAIVL
' FINE BLACK
Gro Grain'Alpacas & Poplins.
El 2
NEW COLORS IN
ALPACAS AND PO.PLIIO.
BRIGHT PLAID '
ALL-WOOL POPLINS
Some Decided Bargains.
riped Arab Shawls, Paisley Shawls,
riped Woolen hawk, Thibet Shawls,
oolen Square Shawls, Cashmere Shawls
CHILDREN'S SHAWLS
IN 157- 11. E A. I' VARIETY
liE IV STOCK OP
Ladies' and Children's Hats,
Ribbons and Flowers,
Handkerchiefs and Collars,
Stockings and Gloves,
Jet Jewelry, Earnings, Sic.,
Hoop Skirts and torsets,
Balmoral Skirts, Ladies' Underwear
ktigings and Laces,
Hair fi wi t c hes and Curls,
Dress Trimmings,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WILLI.AIII SEMPLE'S,
Nos. 180 and 182 Federal Street,
ALLEGHENY CITY
W ANTED ---HELP
WANTED—SAIL ES MAIV--IM us
be thoroughly atqualattd with the Be•
Clothing Laziness. Address Box T , GA
ZETIC OPPICE
WANTED.-A GOOD GIRL,
competent to do general housework well,
will find a pleasant s'tuation in a small family.
Enquire at 65 BEAVER STREET, Allegheny
City.
W
St PLOY3IENT OFFICE. No. 1 Si. Clai
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kindsr
ree
of t. ROTC ki/RLIS and MEN, for diltere
of all kinds can ul
employ me nt. Persons wantons heir
be 'applied on short notice.
WANTED - SITU A TIONS.
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E N t tE D • — SITUATION.-A n
wishes a a s t erEan
onan ort.class experience,
on
Urs
or Bar.u-nder In a
ilr , t class house. Apply at theEaFie 40Ce1.274
Liberty street. JOHN ENrairr.
WANTS
i, A k l TE D .—R 00 TO S.—TWO
ROOMS or a S3IALL ROUSE, in the np
per Ward& Pit , sburg . Hen or r, f-rences
.girtn. Audres• B. ki , Box FL, oezrm OFPICZ.
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CC TED --1100:44PIAT/L--III
a pleasant room, •bout ten minute s
win
from Pittsburgh Potoice. Terms iMuCI per
month•. Adduce, MILES. GAZEITS orptcs.
W AN TED.-BEESWAN, GIN.
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GENRR •t. PRODU C E.n FRUITS. WOOl4 and
°or Sout ern and Western Friends can obtain
the highest intake , rives, and get prompt returns
by consigning their Pi oduee to us.
J. eta ItKeltnit GIOFFITIT...
General Constaissbn 31erchati.•
' No. 20 N. Front Street, Philadelphia. Pa
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serY:oas
WANTED.s; AGE s ;
amoutas.siti;oao loan ie lame or u
TBOMAS R. PETTY
Bin, Bond and Beal llalate Broke;
No. 178 Smithfield street
TO"I.ET
0-LET-1100 sts.—Furigh e d
ItOI~T VF! or unfurnished. with board Also. a large
/OX. at 147 Fourth avenue.
FOR SAE
59 MARKS
ALSO, ON TUESDA
.13 4%. Pt
68 KE
MEM
lan
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In the Ninth (lite Fifth) ward. ld, the
weather bennfavorablr tne tueetlntr wiltbr beld
De
AN D HALL, nit - Penn street.
Sneakers. W. C MOB sLA ND. E q.. J:J.-SIB—
StcliECK. it.q.. lien. /I.,,Ar..P.EarKSUN.
By ordtr of Commlttelf-of 410/kers and Meet.:
Inge.
_ seligoil
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GrREPUBLIcAi.V INEETENG
On Tuesday Evening, September 21,.
AT 7,1 P. m., AT THE -
M'KEESPORT MARKET HOUSE.
The meeting will be addressed by
By order of the Coramittte on Meeting's and
Speakers. • .
se/S;o41
tirREPUBLICAN MEETING..
ELIZABETH BOROUCH,
•
On Wednesday Evening,- Sept. 22d,
AL 73 o'clock. The meeting will be addressed by
- •
By order of Co
Speakers nlinlttee on Meeting , . and
selB:o43
REPULICANS OF THE
FOURTEENTH. WARD
WILL MEET - AT THE
SOHO 01! 'HOUSE;
Filth Avenue, near litanpbj street.
ON MONDAY, 20th instant.
AT 7 P. M.:
FOR, ORGANIZATION.
By orals of VIE:ILA:Nei CO.3rMITTER.
er18:o48,
nr*FIXIST WARD; AILLGIIE-r
NT.— A meeting of the Republican
voters of the Ward wfl! bb held it , the serroot
to pl
ROUSE, SAT I T RDAY.IBth, at' 7, , i o'clock P. M.*,
ace 11 /inatlnallon Candidates ',for the4lari.;.
ous Ward officers.
A meeting of the Vigilance C:rnin Mee will be
held at the 5C1160 . 1, TIOUdE; TtIESDAY, 2Tat.
at 7Sf o'clock P. at, , • ael7
NDEPENDENT TEMPER,*
ANCE CANDIDATE.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. -
sub*
ISAIAH DICKEY
ICER & 0.,
T STREET.
TERMER 20,.1869,
mportation of Fall and Win
red Expressly for the Retail
Dreis Silks, in all the new
nes, plain • and fancy; Velour
Irish and French Poplins.
nd French Bombazines, Bi-
Cretonneso Valencias, Ser
hs.
SEMM[BEIt
'oaks and Shawls, Velve
-6,1 Polarian Cloakings, Watt=
ctive Prices.
..I=L 4d13 4c l CAN.
BT'REFT
3 i
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1.4 ' •
• .
11W7 EIGH TH WARD TICKET.
The following anir-tbe fumes to bele
lected from. Egiat heading embiltis the lumber
to be voted Or: 7`.
FOR SELECT COUNBIL.
One to nominate.. -
• JOSEPH MARSHALL,
WU.. R. (alt./MN.
FOR CO/DION COUNCIL.
Three to nbminate.
W.
JOS G. PH D UNSEATH,
E
Moults,
JOSEP HTH.GEoRGE E
B R o
B. (MAGNESS.
A. J. REYNOLDS,
GEO. F. moRG&N,
L. N. CoURsLN
' EMANTrEL ECAER. JR:-
6cl'Oat DIRECTOR.
CHARLES MARTIN.
CONSTABLE.
One to nominate.
GEORGE COCHRAN, JR.
J. W. BELL
JUDGE OF ELECTION'S.
One to nomtnaie.
T T. Y. BOYCE,
G. S. BODhEttA. •
J. it. ritt.W.M.A.N.
INSPECTOR.
One to nominate.
W.H. KEdANxy RR,
mutmE,
JOHN" SCOTT.
RETURN: INSPECTOR.
One to nominate.
JOHN KEMP.
GEO. J. 4NRENY.
JAL:O.s H. WALTERS. Belt 050
IariIEPII7IILICAN
MASS MEETINC
AT CITY HALL,
On Thursday, Sept. 23d,
At 'Vs' r. if. The meethig - will be 2.,llreseed bT
VSTOCKETT MATTHEWS, Esq.,
OF BALTIMORE, MD
The seats on the right and left of the Speakers
stand will be reserved for ladles.
Campaign and Geary Clubs; are requested to
'urn out and attend the meeting in uniform.
By order of Committee.
J. JOHN S LAURIE. Chairman
S.*FERGUSON, Secretary. aelft:o-10
nN'" * REPUBLICAN
. MASS MEETING
On Tuesday L i vening, Sept. 21St.
AT 73 O'CLOCE, AT THE
OLD MA K r HOOSE,
c o l.
T. . THOMASAYNHE.owARD.
IC B
J. E. 31 oKELVY, &eq.
Hon. THOMAS HOWARD.
Col. T. M. nsyNE
B 3 orderor
EX EC EITIVE CC MUT PEE
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