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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
REPUBLICAN - BALLY AT APOLLO!
And Other Eminent Speakers to be Present.
The Republicans or Westmoreland and Arm
strong counties will hold a grand Ratification
Jubilee at Arolio on ifIII7BISDAY EVa.NI3BO.
September had. 1869.
GOV. GEARY, Col. GEO. F. McFARLAND.
Superintendent of Soldiers' Orphan Schools. and
others will be present to address the assemblage
on the issues of the day.
Sally. citizens of Westmoreland, Annstrong
and a , / scent counties: A. good time Is Anticipa
ted. Come by rail, come to wagons. cope in pia•
toous,companies,regiments and urigadela: Come
like a grand conquering army with banners and
bugles. and hear the great questions o the day
Speaking to begin at half-past 6 o'cloil sharp•
5e2.0:04 VET ARAN.
LEATHER AND GUM BELTING.
Aluu. Gum Fucking. Hose, Gasket*, 10., al
ways on hand and for sale, wholesale dr retall.by
J. 1 H. PHILLIPS.
ae2o . 28 and 28 Sixth Street.
pLLA NR AND INSURANCE
STOCKS. MONONGAHELA WATER CO.,
EGHENY AND BUTLA it PLANK ROAD.
TUESDAY- EVENING, September Jlst, at 8
o'clock, will be said on second floor of Commer•
clot Sales Rooms. 100 smithileld street, .
- 30 shares Bank of Pittsburgh;
20 share i Exchang, Natlooati Bank;
ten shsresAttizansl Insurance Co
35 aharee lllononrahela Water Co.;
101 snares Allegheny & Buyer Plank Road;
sePli A. bIcILW SINE, Auctioneer.
BLE LOT OF GROUND situate on the
northeast 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, presercine a width of 60 feet to Wate'r
street, on which i; erected a two•story frame
dwi Bing house, and being the late residence of
Esther Stockton, dec'd. This prop rty fronts
on the Allegheny ['ark, and tor beauty of location
and f urroundings eannot th excelled. For terms
- •of sate and further information, esquire of
'PUBLIC PALE OF VALUABLE
RltaL FhTATE IN THE UM' OF AL
By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of
Allegheny county, the unlsrsigned, as 'I noise
, under the of Ea.tter ntockton, dectd, will
offr at Public Sale. on etRIDAY, the kith day of
October next, at 10 o'clock A. kt., a LIJI: OF
44BOUND belonging to the estate of said deco.
dent, situate on Stockton avenue, near Beaver
street, froaung 23 feet on Stockton avenue and
preserving the same wteth ba,..k toward Water
street, a distance ot 140 feet. -
Terms of Sale—One-third of the purchase
money cash on corl, mat on of sale. the balance
In two equal annual payments, secured by bond
and mortgage of the purchaser.
For further mformation, enquire of
THOS. B. UPDIKE; Trnstee,
No. 209 Beaver Avenue, Allegheny, Pa.
1 .... VDT 'MIR DOLLARS WILL DO,
IT WILL BUY A LADY'S FMB '
-Solid Gold hunting Case Fall Jeweled Watch
Which we warrant a good time keeper. Call and
• I •examine them and be convinced they are as rep
: " i'l . - resented, at „
WATTLES & SIMMER'S,
'+ .11.01 FIFTH AVP.NITE,.above Smithfield street.
'.... t- 1. eels •--
• ESTABLISHED IS2S.
H. EIGBY ALBIRT HIGBY.
. •.. . H. HIGBY & CO.,
• ..'. Importers and dealers in
China, Glass & Oueensware,
Pine Plated Ware, Table Cutlery, Castors,
• - Walters and Brittanut Ware. , .
•:.. . No. 189 LIBERTY STREET,
A few doors above Sixth street, (late St Clair.)
• •.• ' .N . B.—Glass Ware engraved to order on short
• notice. ati2B:aso
ALPERT & KOHLER !
Manufacturers and Dealers in BOOTS. SHOES
AND GAITENS, No. 39 Market street. Pitts
•b ugh, Pa.
Particular attention given to Custom Work.
We beg leave to direct the attention of the
public to the fact that we are now prepared to
manufacture Boots and Shoes for persons
- troubleilwith Corns, Bunions or deformed feet,
under 'the personal sup,rtision of our Mr. AL
PERT, formerly of Allegheny City, who will be
.pleased to see his old customers again. We have
adopted Mr. Alpert's mode of measuring the
foot: by which wd can be safe in warranting easy
.and comfortable Boot and .hoes for the trnder
•eat feet. give us a trial and be convinced.
ALPERT & it.OfibEß,
auSta2l. 38 Market street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
178 ED IN
IdACRUM'S APULLO INSTITUTE,
FEMALE COLL GE,
BEH PITT AN'S INSS KIIRGH, ITUT ORAL S E CHOOL,
PITTSBUIIGH HIGH SCHOOL,
IRVING PISTITUTE. _
MISS MARKHAM'S SCHOOL,
PROF. BIC.OHAM'S SEMINARY.
PROFL. BEI.I.A.M'S AnADEMY,
CURRY'S IN S TITUTE,
EtY. S. M. GLENN'S SCHOOL.
And all other schpole >u .rlttannrgh and Alle
For Sale at the Lowest Prices,
R. S. DAVIS & CO.,
AL 14 hVCOWAN."
B. 111. McCOWAN & CO.,
Office, No. 65 OHIO ST., ALLEGHENY.
Orders left at GAZZTTZ OPTIC=, Pittsburgh,
nrompds attended to'.
Pwve Sidewalks, Cellar., lasi Yardi,
Warranted against chenges of heat and cold.
Exyznancne—Max. Mo-rhead, LvOn& ehorb.
_Wm. Park, . g ames N. Long &
Son, Hartley & Meßee, Anderson's & Maxwell,
Aiken & Campbell. Isaac Crate. I vitlem2S
D" ELLING 1101USE 0 7 FOR
sALE.—f hi Carson street, $5 0 00: Carson
street.; $8,000; Penn street, $25 000; Pine
street,' lilt. Washington. #3,500; Fulton street.
45,00; sycamore treet, $5,500; Bertha street,
81,800; Locust. street, e 3,800; Irwin avenue,
$3,000; Liberty strait, $5,000: Mahon street,
43.000; Congress street. $2.800; Charles
street, Oakland, $8,000; Strawberry alley.
47,000; Lincoln Avenue, Third Avenue,
49,000; Second Avenue; East Liberty, Ever
green hamlet. etc., etc:
lmply.to CUTHBERT & SONS,
16 39 .81: th avenue.
EO. B. MILTENBERGEIt,
BOLE AGENT 808
KEDIIIEB RELIABLE WATPX, FILTER.
180. 130 Penn 8 ,
46 NrouNG AMERICA' ,
-4 " PIErraMSE.
We are in. receipt of the above well-known
'brand of Cheese. This Cheese Is taking the
slice of alt .others where Introduced. For sale,
-wholesale or r. tall. by
JOHN A. RENSHAW.
rola Corner Liberty and Ninth streets.
3/I . EANOR & HARPER.
FLoIIII, OWN AND PBODTION
No. 11210 UNITAS strimit•
• pITTSBUTION, PA.
THOMAS B. urbisr,
Po. 209 Beaver Avenue
,a. B. ISIKOWN
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Oa partnership lately subsisting be
tween MAX SCHNECIE and REBECCA J. MIL
LER, wider the firm of "fiCHSTECII. A MIL-
LEH," was dissolved on the 14th day of' SEP
TEMBER, 1E169, by mutual consent. All debts
owing to the eatd partnerahly are to be received
by the said REBECCA. J. MILLER. and all
claims are to be presented to her for payment
se:8:o•4S REBECCA J. MILLIE%
ISSUED THIS DAY.
TEE OCTOBER NUMBER
With Three Flue Full Page Illustra one.
FOURTEEN ENTERTAINING ARTICLES.
For sale at all the Book and News Stores
Yearly subscription $4. Single number, 35
Brim:nt.'s Ithspan, with Premium List sent
to any address on receipt of Thirty-five cents.
J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO., Publishers,
715 and 717 MARKET ST.. Philadeltda
Will Open This Week
AXD DEALER IN
NEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
Is happy to announce to his old Meade and
toniere. and the public generally; that he is now
entibilehed In bia
ririow STOR E ,
No. 82 Market Street,
Where he has opened a lug e and Tarled stock o
C~LO'pir, , r. •
Of the latest and most approved patterns. which
he Is prepared to make up In the latest Mies at
the lowest cash prices. Also, a fine lot of
Ready Made Clothing,
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
To which be invitee the attention of the public.
NO OLD STOCK.
EVERYTHING IS NEW!
No. S 2 Market Street,
SECOND DOOR BELOW THE DIAMOND.
MENT.—To the citizens of adjoining coon
lies, who are forming Militia or Military Com
LANE & TOWNSEND,
430 Market St., 'Philadelphia
Offer for sale a large..qaantlty of the All-Wool
Dark Blue Cloth Infantry Frock Coats la sound
Price On quantities o
cash on uomndlotrlounp,wfarordot)hoefluoir.oo
N. KIER Br. COy
o Iffonshatoren o
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AM Wen proilloll siteldied
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : MONDA.Y, SEPTEMBER 20, 1809.
hitak7M: 9 1'il al 31 afivi 3 II 1/41
BEAVY AND FINE
White Country Blankets.
WOOLEN 'BED COVERLETS.
Extra height and Quality.
BARRED COUNTRY FLANNELS,
Barred and Plain Colored
Extra Good Bargains.
NEW AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENTS OF
Cassimeres and Jeans,
Tickings and Cheeks,
Table Linens and fiapkins,
Sheeting and Pillow Muslin,
Calicoes and Ginghams,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
No. 180 and 182 Federal Street,
All the latest editions of the
Best and Most .Ipprored
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE TEXT BOOKS
NOW IN USE.
BLANK BOOKS & STATIONERY
Of every sort and detcription, at
Low • Prices, Wholesale and Befall.
sir Our new Wholesale Price List now ready,
will be mailed free to dealers and tea:hers on
S. A. CLAIM 84- CO.,
Booksellers and Stationers,
• 119 WOOD STREET,
Second door below Fllth avenue, Pittsburgh.
ROBERT 11, PATTERSON & COG,
Seventh Avenue and Liberty St.,
Will on Saturday, July 31st. ifl69. and
on each succeeding Saturday,
hold an Auction Sala of
HORSES, _ CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
And everything appertaining to the Horse.
Parties deal lug to sell *hi please leave their
notice of consignment on or before Thursuay of
each werk in order fur advertising. Prompt at
tention and good care will be given all Stock left
JOHN IL STE WART, Auctioneer.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PART
NERsIII,-.-7 he firm of BULLMAN.
BoYD A RatiALEY was Oils day dlseolvrd ny
mutual consent. Tue business will be continued
bykikOßOP, W. BOLIAMAN and RALPH Hitt.
MACY. under the tyle and firm n am- of MILL
MAN A IiAtiALEY, who are authorisrd to not
leo. all accounts due and pay all claims against
ORO. W. BOLLII&N, R LPH UAOALEY.
JOHN 1 , . BOYD. WM. PAMPBELL,Ja.
rITTBDOII.OII, August 21st, 1869.
In MOM; from the foundry bustnese w cheer—
fully ••e.ccm mend our late partners to - the further
patronage of the pubic.
JOHN L. BOYD,
WM.. CAMPBELL, Jn.
BOLLMAN & BAGALEY,
Mariufsef urers of our:wear CHILL BOLLS.
AN u BOLLS and PINIONS. Corner Liberty
n i :414th etrm'to. PlLMburßh. sM:nai
ROCK THE BABY
EARNEST'S PATENT CRIB.
BOLD ONLY BY
LEMON & WEISE.
Practical Furniture Mann Lecturers" &c.,
1.18 FOURTH AVENUES.
Where may be found rail assortment of Par.
or. Chamber and Kitchen Purnltnre. dell
S WINT SWINT &
BRATT, 11. BRAT?
No. 6$ Sandusky St.. Allegheny, Pa.
A litre assortment of NEWEL POoTS and
BALLSTERS constantly on hind. TUIWDiB
.of all dosisrlp ns. ;limp noci.vllN
PERSONAL.—AII persons seek-,
INO HOMES, or invehanents in Iteal Es
tate, will Bate time, trouble Lnd money by pro
curing_a copy of the "PITTSBURGH' HEAL
ESTATE BEGISTER. ,, Ills given away GRATIS
or will be sent by mall prigs teeny requesting it.
Persons cannot tall to get suited out or the Large
list it contains. OBGFT & PHILLIPs. putt-
Ushers and Beg Estate Agents, No, 139 Fourth
• Wider of Weights and Measures,
°See—No.B FOURTH AVENUE, Pittsburg&
Capt. JOHN HESSNZB, Deputy, Timbale'
Lieut. GEO. B. ItaNI7I4TY. Damn Aue.
'tiny Yukon. - . -
Beat Makes and St7le3.
NEV7 I ADVERTISEMENTS.
~~~~ + ~
DRESS GOODS AND SHAWLS,
Gro Grain Alpacas & Poplins.
NEW COLORS IN
ALPACAS AND POPLINS.
Some Decided Bargains.
Striped Arab Shawls, Paisley Shawls,
Striped Woolen thaw's, Thibet Shawls,
Voolen Square Shawls, Cashmere Shawls.
NEW STOCK OF
Ladies' and Children's Hats,
Ribbons and Flowers,
Handkerchiefs and Collars,
Stockings and Cloves,
Jet Jewelry, Rufflings, &e.,
Hoop Skirts and Corsets,
Balmoral Skirts, Ladies' Underwear,
Edgings and Laces,
Hair Switches and Curls,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Nos. 180 and 182 Federal Street,
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK.
NO. 6S POURTEI STREET.
CHARTERED IN 1855.
ASSETS " 59,503,431 33.
Open daily, from 9 o'clock A. Si. to 3 o'clock
r. at., and SATURDAY EVENINGS, from
May Ist to November Ist, from
. 7 to 9 o'cloca,
and from November let to May let, from 6 to 8
Deposits received of all sums of not less than
ONL DOLLAR and a dividend of the p•oute
declared twice a year, In June and December.
Interest has been declared semi-annually In June
and December since the Bank was organized, at
the rate of six per cent. a year.
Interest, if not drawn out, Is place ' d to the
credit of the depositor as principal, and bears the
same Int crest fromthe 'lst days of June and
December, compounding twice *year, without
troubling the depositor to call.oreven to present
his pass book. At this rate nionfy will double in
lets then twelve years.
Books containing the charter. By-Laws, Rules
and Regulations, furnished gratis, on applica
lon at the office.
John G. Backofen, A .M. Pollock, M. D..
Benj. P. Falinestock, Robert Robb.
James Herdman, John 11. Shoenberger,
James McAuley, James
James B. U. bleeds, Alexander Speer, ••
Isaac M. Pennock. Christian Yeager.
Wm. J. Anderson,
J. C. Loomis
Calvin Adams. ry Lynch,
John C. B,ndley, i Peter A. Madeira,
George Black, John Marshell,
11111 tturgwin. Walter I'. Marshall,
Alonzo A. Carrier, I John B. McFadden,
ChaqcsA. Colton, Dal id McCandlets,
John Evans, • H. W. • liver.
John J. Gillespie, Ormsby Phillips,
William S. Haven, lienryL. Itingwalt,
Peter H. Hunker, Wm. E. Schmertz,
Richard Hal s, Alexander Tindle,
James D. Kelly, William Van Kirk.'
TimAsvnicrt—CHAllLES A. COLTON.
Skerteraftlf—JAMES B. D. NEEDS.
ATEST OIL STRIKE.
J j ciTICE
To secure even handed JCBTICK, just come and
see what splendid bargains are offered In the gor
geous stock of Spring and Summer Clothes just
prepared and exhibited to the public by
S. G. TRAIJERMAN.
- The fullest LinanTY to be enjoyed when the
man who enjoys it is neatly dressed in a suit of
new Comm. r Clothes which fit him so comfortably
as not to abridge the freedom of his motioni. Such
cltthea are to be had at S. C. TitetrititM/008.
To practice ECONOMY, don't spend vast sums
ofna they where'exturtionate people charge fancy
prices for unsatisfactoy clothing, but come and
get the wor.h of every dollar you spend, at
S. C. TEAUERMAN'S.
Flom TIRADE of the freest sort, practiced every
day. and all day, at the big No 11 clothing
Hail. There the people bring their cash. and
there they get their clothes. Larry man Pee to
buy at all times. Trade tremendous just now at
the Big No. 11 Clothing Hall.
LOOK AT THE PRICES.
Cocoa nut suits f lin worth OM
Spanish sults for $9 wortnl2o.
tikating park cults for ell worth $35.
800 culls, linen, at Oa 59 each worth $3.
Black sults fors ILO worth IWO.
Boys' cults tor $5 worth $lO.
And a great many more too numerous to men
tion. Call early and secure your bargains, as we
have but a few days to sell. lteMember Big No.
11 Sixth street.
' KAY & COIIPANY,
B 0 0 - KSELLERS,
65 Wood Street,
Have on hand a complete stock of
Standard School and College Text Books,
Which they offer at the Lowest Piton,
Wholesale and Retail. _
Price Lists and Circulars sent on application.
OFFICE OF THE
COMIISBIONERI3 0 , Tlls SINKING FUND,
!treasury Department of Pennsylvania, '
liAlts.lbbUßG, August NiO, 1860
SEALED BIDS WILL BE BE
CEIYED for the redeinption of ONE MIL•
LION DOLLARS of the loan of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, due July let, 1870,
until 1M o'clock M. OCTOBER 15t,18130. Com•
munleattons to be addressed toE. W. MACKEY,
Esq.. State Treasurer, Harrisburg, PC1111&., and
endorsed bids for redemption of Mate Loan.
• F. JORDAN.
Secretary of State.
J. F. BARTRA.N FT.
R. W. MACKEY,
Commissioners of the eluting Fund.
N. B.—No newspaper publishing the above
without adt bort ty, Will receive pay therefor.
FANCY WOOLEN CLOAKS,
As Phelan's Old nand Stocking Store, No. Slik
Iew KNITTING TARN. all color",
Old d filtooklni the AA TiGn Ave
AT CITY HALL,
On Thursday, Sept. 23d,
At 7S P. M. The meeting will be addressed by
R. STOCKETT MATTHEWS, Esq.,
OF BALTIMORE, MD. •
The scats on the right and left of the Speakers
stand will be reserved for ladles.
Campaign and Geary Clubs are requested to
turn out and attend the meeting in uniform.
By order of Committee,
JOHN S LAMBIE, Chairman.
J. S. FERGUSoN, Secretary. selS:o4o
On Wednesday Evening, Sept. 22d,
At 734 o'clock. The meeting beaddressed by
W. C. MORELAND, Esq ,
JOHN H. llttlitt, Esq..
By order of Committee on Meetings and Sneak
erd. . 6e20:1.54
On Tuesday Evening, Sept. 21st.
AT 735 O'CLOCK, AT THE
OLD• MARKET HOUSE,
In the Ninth (Isle Fifth) ward. Should the
weather beuufavorable, tne meeting will be held
to ANDERtioN'S HALL, on Penn street.
Speakers: W. C MORKLASD. E q.. J. J. Slit-
HRH ECK. Req., Gen. A. L. PEARSON.
By °rues . of Committee of liptakers and Meet
On Tuesday Evening, September 21,
AT 734 P. N., AT THE
MIKEESPORT MARKET HOUSE.
The meeting will be addressed by
Hon. THOMAS HOWARD.
Col. T. H. BAYNE.
J. E. McKELNY, Esq.
By order of the Committee on Meetings and
On Wednesday Evening, Sept. 22d,
At 75<_ o'clock. The meeting will be addressed by
Hon. THOMAS HOWARD,
Col. T. M. BAYNE.
By order of Committee on Meetings and
Speak ere selS:o43
rirREPULICANS OF TEM
WILL MEET AT THE
Fifth Avenue, near Murphy rtreet.
ON MONDAYI 20th ins nt,
' AT 7S r.
By order of VIBILANCE CO3I3IITTEE
,Itgg"TE,IPERANCE AND HE-
FORM MASS MEETING.—A. meeting
of the citizens of the Fifteenth. Seveneenth
and Eighteenth wards will be held on Forty. ,
Fourth street, one square above Butler street.
Lawrencivillc, on Monday evening, SeptVanber
20th, at Vi o'clock. Let all who are in f+or of
Reform turn out and learn why they thmild vote
for the People's Candidate for County Commit
stoner. Addresses by Rev. P. Combe, of Ptiila
delphia, David Kirk and others. setBo49
tgrTHIRD WARD.-A MEET
-.IND of the Republican voters of the
Thliel ward will be held at the. SCHOOL HOUSE
'on MONDAY. September 110th, at 73f o'clock,
r. x., for the purtio:e of naming persons for the
siveral ward offices, to be voted for at the Pri
mary Election to be held on PRIDAY. September
714tb, between the hours of 3 and 7 o'clock r.x.
at the same place. I.
By order of Vigilance Committee,
J. F. &OLE. President.
JOHN T. BROWN, Secretary.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
OFFICE MONONGAHELA HIIIDGE t
september 3, 1860.
IarTHE PRESIDENT AND
MANAGERS of this Company - have this
day declared a dividend of TWO DOLLARS per
share, payable at the Ranking House of N.
Holmes & Sons forthwith.
sell- amp JAMES H. WRIGHT, Treasurer..
3. W. BAR
59 MA RKE
ON MONDAY, SEP
Will Open their Splendid I
ter Dress Goods ! Manufactu
Trade, and comprising Rich
shades ; Silk Warp Epingli
Russe, All-wool Epinglines,
Black Baratheas, English a
arritz Cloth, Russell Cords,
ges, Merinos, Empress Clot
ALSO, ON TUESDA
Silk Hushes, Velvets and C
teens, Astrachan, Seal Skin
ernroofs, &0., at very Attra
3. W. 3E3 AL 3EIL
EirNOTICES—"To-Let ; " "For Sale,"
"Lost," "Wants," "Found, ' l .Boardingr
ttc., not exceeding FOUR LINES, wilt
beinserted in these columns -once for
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS; each adds
tional Line FIVE CENTS.
W ANTED.- SITUATION. - By
a young mm of 22 se Copyist, SiihiPing
Clerk, cr in any capacity where he can maker
himself generally us..ful, Salary not so much of
an object as permanent iltcation. City reference
elven. Address A. C., GAZETTE OFFICE.
ANTED. S I TUATION.-An
Eastern man of nrst•class experience,
Nir sites a situation as Boxman or liar. tender Inc
tint class house. Apply at the Eagle Hotel.Airile
Liberty street. JJHN N. KNIGHT.
WANTED -SALES NAN -MUMI
be thoroughly acquainted with the Re-
tan Clothing Business. Address Box T,
WANTED. -A GOOD Gllll4
competent to do general housework well;
will find a pleasant etnatlon In a small family..
Enquire at 65 BEAVER STREET, Allegheny
PLOYIdENT OFFICE. No. 1 St. Clair
Street, BOYS GIRLS and KEN, for different
kinds of employment. Persons wanting help
of all kinds can be supplied on short notice.
ROOMS or a SMALL ROUSE, In the up
per Wards. Pittsburg , Hest of ref •renees
given. Aodress B. B ,BOX H, azsrrs OFFJCI.
a pleasant room, about ten minutes walk.
from Pltteburgh Postoftlee. Terms $ 4 .00 per
month. Address MILES. GAZETTE OFFICE.. .
RENO. DRIED FRUITS, WOOL. and.
Our Sout - ern and 'Western Friends can obtain
the highest market. rates, and get prompt returns
by conalgning their Produce to us. _
J. - CL A ItKoON °RIF Ma,
General Commissi.mn Merchant,
No 20 N. Front otreet, Philadelphia, Ps.
rrAKEN VP ABOUT TEN DAYS
•ago, ' a WHITE AND BRINDLE DOG.
The owner can have said dug by proving property
and paying expenses, by applying at No. GS
DIAMoND STREE r, Pittsburgh
TO LET.—ROOIII,---4 well far..
a NItHED Second Story FRONT NOOK for
two or more gentlemen, Apply at No. 33 Ninth
r rin. LET.— 110011.—A Second
1 story Front Room. furnished. with board.
suitable tor gentleman or lady or two single gen
tlemen. Inquire at 18 WYLIE rTltb;>:T.
O-LET.Second Story Front
ROOK. suitable for Mn ale gentlemen, af.
31 Ninth (fo-merly Hand) street.
MO LET-FOUR PEW HOUSES
of SIX BOOMS mica on Jalappa street. Filth
ward, Allegheny. near Allegheny avenue, one
square from Manch.ster street cars. Enquire of
T. M. S dol. NS, 89 Federal street, corner of
Stoctton 'venue. or CLIABLES P. STRIGHT,
171 North avenue, corner of Webster street.
FOR SALE.—One-half. of a
valuable PATENT Jur Pennsvlvanla. A.
email article used In all houses. A chance for an
active young man with a few hundred dollars.
Address PATENT. Postoffice Box 690,
FFORS LE.—A Drug* Store \ sit nd
all the Fixtures, Drupe. .tc.._ of the latest
style. tituated ~ n the corner of Tunnell street
and Fifth avenue. Vol' fall particulars Inquire
at the Store or WILLIAM „ Attu, No. /LO
Brent street. ornq•ltt• esthedral.
FOR S ALE.—Desira bl e We st-
EttN AVENUE RESIDANCE, Allegheny
City; Lot I, 48 feet by 120 to a 20 f. et Allen
house contains 11 rooms, with all necessary con•
venlences: will be sold very cheap, as the owner
fs - goloo to have the city. Apply to I'ROFT do
PHILLIPS, Real Estate Agedts, dto. 139 Fourth
F OR SALE—FOUNDRY.—Rare
chance for an enterprising man with some
capital, situated In the town of Washington, the
county seat of Washington county, Pa. It is
now dolng a very successful business as the books
will show, and could be loCreased to double the
amount desired, and yet could not supply the d- -
mend; will also furnish a partner for a half Inter
est ill It if desired by the purchaser. This is a
good opening for a practical man, as can be
shovm o•yord a doubt. Apply to CROFT &.
PHILLIPS, No. 139 Fourth Avenue.
FOB SALE.-SHOP O,v NOBTH
ANICN 17E. ALLEGHANY CITY, PA.—
Tee building, 36'70 feet. is being used by Jas.
Godfrey & Co. as a maufacturing establishment.
One of the members of the firm wishing to retire
from business on accdunt of poor health, we
have decided to close out this part of the busi
ness t a bargain. Also good will of Steam.
Pow r (5 to 10 'torso power.) tools and machitt.
ehinery: would mates good wagon maker shop;
lot 60x100 feet, on 5 year. lease. For further
particulars inquire at No. 44 Ohio street, Alle
gheny, Jr tt.
Fon SALE-1.0 ACRES, LESS
or more,l in Plum township, Allegheny
contY. Allegheny Valle. , B. B. rusts through it.
Two hundred yard; from station. Frame house
of 61.1 C rooms, and good stable. and all other ne
ccesary out-bu,ldiug4: orchard of 100 bearing
fruit 'nes, of all kinds; good garien, grape ar
bor, and geoseberries and curesd.tsi $20.000
woral of rock, quarry opened; will suit for resi
dences or manutacturing 'estabilshmentS; coal
under entire place: good indications of
*deepest waltr and beat landing on the river; all
well fenced. Inquire of A. ii. SEAM on the
MONEY TJ L0AN....420 000
to loan on Bond and Mortgage in large
or small amount%
THOMAS H. PETTY.
BU!, Band and Beal Estate Broker,
N0..179 Smithfield street
KER & COn
TEMBER 20 9 1869
mportation of Fall and Win
red Expressly . for the Retail
Dress Silksoi all the new
nes, plain and fancy ; Velour
Irish and French Poplins
nd French Bombazines, Bi-
Cretonnes, Valences, Ser
Y, SEPTEMBER 21st,
locks and Shawls, 'Pelve
s, Polarian Cloakings, Wat