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Alexander Gordon. Wm. A. Shaw,
Henry R. Chalfant, :: James B. Corey, .
W. B. Merrea, John Baldridge,
John W. Milligan, J. G. WiFarlane.
Luke B. Davidson, George Harrison,
Robe Jordan, . H. G. Equires,
John Diekeon, John Semple, M. D.,
George litibiey, . • George McCune,
Capt. Thos. Snowden, John Rea, M. D ,
Henn...Swift. Nathaniel Montgomery.
David Diekkon, W. W. Patrick,
Allen Kirkpatrick, J. S. Newmyer,
John Grazier, W. Gardner.; /
Saxerel Taylor, i
. Elias Reno,
Pr. J. Allison,
N. (e. Macrum.
Howard Bayard, 1
John Quinn. Jr.,
Jowl Way. Jr.,
Ohas B. ZdeVal,
Taos. L. Buields
rapt, N. Way,
Wm P• Jones,
G. Y. Coulter. . Wm. Nicholson, Hag
Jacob Jo , dart. Wm. A. }retrial. •
William Moss. B. Harper. It
James M. McEira. I . ' •
dam V. Humes. ') Sampson R. Alter,
Thomas Sh- rley, James Kennedy.
John S. Coe, ), Benja ßurchfield r.,
John Hill, E. la.
J. S. Sbhoenmaker,
Wm. Dllwo•tb, Jr',
Jes.e D. Johnston,
Capt. Fred. Briggs,
Win. H. 'lack,
Zdtvin Wasad i,
DD. A. Ffarper, Jan,_ bfeßetry,
Dickey, John S. Dickson,
Sobt. Dickey, ' Chas. Gibson,
D. h. H. Allen, A. McCord,
Capt. Joan Dickey, T. J Johnston..
T. Austin, Esq., 1.•
David Dickson, 'Thos. Gibson, Jr
J. R. Holmes.
Capt. R. Young. -
"Wm• F. Stewart,
d. R. ntming,
211 thew Slmp3cn,
Harry Fe rgus)u.
T. F, Bo7.ers, . Joshua Etepbenson.
M. F. tln:th. M. B. Brown,
B. Lee, H. Lee.
Zcorr —s ebND PRECINCT.
A. Bock ttece,
T. li. Ildinight.
Dr. Louis Dayls
If. T. And• mon, Alex. Adams.
John Courier. Thomas Harrls - n,
Joonh. R.moolph, h,.mutl C. Atha'.
S. A. Driry. U. G. Boyd,
;ph n A. 31.111,:r, Thomas J. Stevenson
John Patterson, Alex. Calsonn,
He 7. David Pollock. - William McClure,
James Liech, .1. 2t. Holton,
Samuel Pollock, Josenh Forsyth.
H. L. Frantz,
, FORWARD. ..
John Gamble, Ro nett McClure,
Will •am Culaw 11, Zerah HaTd,.,
James McClure, Nathan Stephens:
John sr , Lonnell, Frank J• Garon.r,
Dr. B. King, i Y. A. Lytle.
Joseph Wall, ' - George Callahau.
THOU BRINGES ME LIFE
One of the tnmst and most suggestive ideu
can be obtained from the caption at the bead
of this art Cie; for 9f all diseases which impair
human health and shorten human life, none axe
mere prevalent than those which effect the lungs
and pulmonary assuel
diseases In the light
which is but the fo
malady. or as .a dee
solving .the pulm933
pregnant with evil
In no. class of male
the friends and fam
seriously forewarned than In those of the lungs,
for it is in them that early and effieient treat
desirable, and is then that danger
rant is mast
can be warded off and acu effected. In DR.
FLEYSEWS LUNG CUBE yet
have a medicine
of the greatest value in all thise Conditions. An
alterative, a tonic. a nutrient and resolvent,
:succoring nature _and -sustaining the recliners.
rive powers of the system. Its beautiful work
Ings, in harmony with the regular functions, can
be readily obseived by the use of one or two bot
tles: it will soon break MD the chain of morbid
sympathies that disturb the harmonious work-
inns of the animal economy. 'The hamming
cough, the painful respiration, the sputum
streaked with blood, will soon give place to the
: normal and proper workings of health and vigor.
An aggregated experience ok over thirty years
has enabled Dr. Keyser, In the compounding of
hie LUG CUBIC. to give new hone to the con
sumptive invalid and at the same time speedy
relief In those now prevalet, catarrhal and
throat affections, so distressing In their effects
and so almost certainly fatal ill their tendencies,
I unless cured by some appropriate remedy, DR.
F,..RIBER t S LUNG CURE is to thorough and et- ,
tlelent, that Any one who has ever need It. will
never be without It In the house. It will often
cure when everythl g else falls, and In simple
: cases will care ,ofientimes ins few days.
The attention of patients, as well as medical
Mien, respectfully. invited to this new and
(-valuable addltloll to the pharmacY of the Conn
U DR. KEYSER , mai be consulted every day
sinto 1 o'clock P. Y. at his Great Medicine Store,
4 167 Liberty street; and from *to 0 and 7to 9
KEEP THE BODY IN GOOD RE
•At is much easier to keep the system In good
condition than to restore It totbst condition when
• I shattered by disease. The '!House of Life."
like other houses, should be promptly propped
I up and sustained whenever It shows signs of
giving way. The first symptom of physical de
• is reauired. The next questionos, • 'what shall
- • the stimui ant be Pt •
•- I, A wholesome vegetable tonic, the stimulating
properties of which are modified by the juices
extract* ut antl-fehrlie and laxative roots
. • ; and herbs—something wb le/twill regulate. soothe
• t and purify, as well as Invigorate—is the medicine
required by the debilitated. There are many
preparations which a e claimed to be of this de
scription, but' tiOSTETTEn I e STOMACH
TL'Itd, the great vegetable preventive and rests
. soave that has won it. way to the confidence of
the public and medical profession by a quarter of
a century of Unvarying success, stands pre-mall •
neat among them all. To expatiate on its
'sett , would be to repeat a twlce•told tale. It is
• ' only necessary to consult the records et the
ignited States ' , avenue Department tolearn tbat
; •.• its consumption Is greateriban that of any other
proprietaxy refried'? of either native or foreign
• As a moans of sustaining the health and
• ; strength under a fiery temperature, the BIT
TICS6 have aparamouut claim to consideration.
,• it has .the erred of fortifying and bracing the
nervous and mriacular systems against the ordi ,
' Oinary consequence* of sudden slid violent
• ' changes of temperature, and is-therefore peen
' 'Early useful at Ibis season. when hot sunshine
• by day and lee-cold dews b 5 - 1, Igbt, alternately
beat and chill the blood of thos who are expose
HO'dTETTEIVS STOMACH BITTERS are sold
in bottles only. To avoid being deceived by coun
• forfeits, see that the name of the article Is on the
: label, and emblissed on she glass of the bottles,
• and our revenue stamp oyes the cork.
I.;pakyjitioil+A3y (:)311`,13)4 411
M be received at the dice of the under
stalled until BAT ÜBDAY , October od. =0 A.
for farulablue 350 of Gold's Improved indirect
Roulet re. and Ott In up the game for warming
• Um neer parte of the Allegheny County Jul.
Further Into] matIOU given a= our race.
ee3o:ple , 'BAHR rdoBBß.
'ASTATE OF • MISS W. MARK.
11•14,-Deerd.—Letters T. aternebtary
. beengranted s • ste on Ore above' lietash:s 1
' • 'Persons bati claims against -it will prearet
sbem to me for ng
osysemt.' and thoserindeoted to
mobil Mesta will insierromassit *Omer , 4
B. IDWALSlLlfl,tzeontor.-. .
Zit al Werna eSreeh Riitbargh,
-•- ' ' 1
rjy r- I. O. O. Spe-
CIA L MEETING of IDA MAY LODGE.
Degree of Rebekah. will be h• Id in their Hall.
corner Beaver avenue and Locust street Muth
ward. Allegheny City. on THUHSDAY EVEN
ING. Sept. 30th. 1869. (and on every Second
and Fourth Thursday thereafter) Members of
tinter Lodges and those w!shingko hive the De
gree conferred are respectfu ly invited to attend.
By order of N. G. se3/46
MASS MEETING or THE
FRIENDS OF TEMPERANCE AND
REFJEM and the Independent Voters cf A!le
gheny county. at CITY HALL, on TUESDAY,
October 6th, at T% o'clock P. Y. The Commis
sioners of Allegheny count . ), the lawyers aid
leaders of the RepotsPeon and Democratic par
ties, the rank and tile of all parties, and every
citizen who wishes to understand the questions
luvo.ved In the election of County Commissioner
are invited to be present. The meeting will be
addressed by Col. J. B. Clark, David K'rk, Esq.,
and S. Y. Kennedy. se3o:pl3
• Grand Literary and linsic,al Entertain
ment fertile benefit ot'ST. JOSEPH'S AFRICAN
CHURCH, at Masonic Hall, Thursday evening,
September 30th. Ilu 3IC by the •
CATHEDRAL SILVER CORNET BAND,
GREAT WESTERN ORCHESTRA, and the
MOZART GLEE CLUB.,
Doors open at 7, Performance commence at 7!4
Admission, 50 cis
FIFTH AVENUE BANK
Of Pittsburgh, ,
Is now open for Discount, Deposit and General
Any sum re.7.elyed from One Dollar upwards.
Interest at the rate of six per cent. paid on
ED. DI W. P. TVEYNIAN.
W. 11. SIMS.I • FRANK SIEBERT,
D. ROBERTSON, HENRY MEYER,
DAN..R'INZER. D. M. ARMOR,
F. F. SCHENCK, Cmhter.
JOSEPH HORNE & CO.
IN STRIPED AND SCOTCH PLAID, ALL
Ileyersed Satin Pleativg,
The Late6t Novelty in Dreas Trimming.
Quilled Satin Trimming,
Gimp a, Fringes.
Plain and Plaid Hercule Braids,
!_. Bilk, Satin and ♦elvrt Buttons,
&Web Plaid Glass Buttons,
Black and Colored Velvet Ribbons
Lama and Silk Girdles
er we regard lung
rely alight cough,
Merino and Wool Underwear.
of a more nerioue
In all size• and (panties.
thlid'a Merino Dresses,
Ladies , Merino Skirts,
Bonkvarde Felt Skirts
orroding and die
ure, it Is always
ding of filsosZer
d the physician or
patient be more
An Unsurpassed Assortment
Merino and Wool Ribbed
• - Pa Wan Striped,
VICTORIA AND STUART CASHMERE
HosE, In all sizes.
Genie. Half Hose In Wool, Merino and Super
AT VERY LOWEST Pk ICE&
77 and 79 MARKET STREET.
. st 30
GRIFFIN & HOFFMAN,
Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals of
United States and Canada,
No. 1 St. Paul Street,
(Bank of Baltimore Building.)
We insert Advertisements at Publishers' Dow.
est Rates, having no. advance charges thereon;
but guarantee, on the contrary, round elaeounte
when a number of Newspapers are Contracted for.
REFER, BY PERMISSION, TO
J. D. Fealty, Cashier First National Bank,
T. B. Young, Pittsburgh.
McGrew & Co.. Pittatiargh.
Drexel & Co.. Philsuie phis.
Lamed a Starr. Plata elpbla,_
8.. Patterson & Col ,_Philadelphia.
Johnston Brothers Co., Baltimore,
Thomson & Hlorh. Baltimore, - •
W. T. Walters & Co., Baltimore. 1_ se2e!ps
c j wv ,
Corner of Penn and Sixth Streets
Comme ace Monday, October 4th
UNEQUALED ADVANTAGES) afforded to
Clerks and Young Men engaged donne the ay
for acquiring a thoroulto Dractical business e u
cation. by attending evenings only. •
Instead of a single teacher employed to give a
'traction in al: branches promiscuously, se r
ate Professoranse p!oyided for each department
of study, thus securing efficiency and rapid pro.
gress at the Same time.
All Points „South and South-west,
Consigned to care of
4. C. BUCKLES & CO.,
General Freight Agents,
Will get LOW RkTlll3 and QUICK nit& We
are agents for no route or line, hence take ad.
vantage of the great competition here and ship
by cheapest rcrat ea. Betato7l
RED AND FIRE - BR/CR
PRIBSEB, CLAN "I li r iBl2ol Mk•
minas swi knack UAW malt.
factored at; No: 800 flootkr1l,f0? street, PIM*.
EP. DITIIRIDGE I President.
SMITH it COWLEY,
THE BUT BEGAINS
az, 3R. - lir c
At 12 1-2 Cents.
DARK DE LAINES,
Good Styles and Quilt).
At 6 1-4 Cents,
Good Dark Calico.
At 12 Cents,
NEW DARK CALEOS,
Best (Willy and Styles.
At 82.50 per Pair,
GOOD WHITE BLANKETS;
A Decided Bargain.
White Country Blankets
LARUE SIZE, BEST QUALITY,
No. 22 Fifth Avenue.
A FULL STOCK
Of All the New Styles
HATS AND CAPS
OF THE SEASON.
1..1. ANDERSON & SONS,
Book and Job Printers;
67 AND 69 FIFTH, AVENUE,
Dispatch Building, Pittsburgh.
Having extra large founts of Types, sad Press
facilities for the RAPID eleetalon of
Would respectfully solicit the patronage of the
Those who favor us with their orders, can rely
on having them done NEATLY, and •
AT THE TIME AGREED ,ON.
AU Hinds of
intOMPICIAC Ex. - EcuTE.ro
NEW VOLUME OF
Epistle to the Romans,
J. P. Lange, D. D., & Bev. F. B. Fay,
Translatd from the German, by J Y. Hup,sr e .
For Sale by
12.4 Smithfield Street.
ia •• IN AVENUE PROPERTY
VOlt SALE.—A new two story brick house
or Ibut.rooms and cellar. Lot 20x100 feet.
03.00Ut one-ball cash, bslance In one and two
rears. 440 Locust street—s new two-story
yr a me Ouse of tour rooms and cellar', alley at
Side and rear. Lot 25 feet front by 170 deep.
Price 13,800. Terms—one• half cash, remainder
Inote itn4 two Years
8. vuTIIBILItT & EOM:
39 Sixth avenue.
low )11 .11ESTAVItaNT, cor-
I, ter Sixth avenue and vini_thfleid street,
!AVIV", trgePllfito P e tzg a z
Dally 'loaders. Also those wishing Single metes
shalt be served with this best the market affords
it the molt reasonable terms.
We keep also the finest choice WINES AND
OF TEE SEASON.
Clo CO ICI .
BLACK, BROWN AND
Heavy Bookfold Barred
Best Makes and Styles.
Fine Eastern Barred
The Above Goods Offered
YARD, PIECE OR BOX,
AT LESS THAN
Present Market Prices
Executive Committee and Vigilance
TlCe 'lnem , ers of the tterublican Execbtlre
committee tie Allegheny Counts, are requested
to meet at 11 o . ,oCit A M. on 'ICESUAY.Oc•
lobo' 51h, at CITY HALL. A full meeting Is
At the. same time and place. the Chairmen of
the trepuidican VIKII•ore Committees. of the dif
ferent diatrle.ta throughout the county. and as
ninny menitters 'of Carl, of sail Vigilance Com.
mlttees an earl attend, are t•rnestly requested
and es r,ct, d to be present.
ititaineaa of ~ wllllmportance 111 he before tLU
meeting, •nit It I-. boned that tTerY Committee
met!. and cv pry Chairman of Vigilance Commit
tees, together With as malty members of Vigi
lance. tiunamittees As can atithd ba ob hand.
lly oider of the Committee.
WALTER S. McCUNF.„ 1,,
Col. GEO F. MORGAN. w3O:D7
i 'GR AND REPUBLICAN
M ASS MEETING
CITE' TT_ A,. I_,
On Monday, October 4th,'
At IS o'clock. The meeting will be ad d fess ed by
. • Hon. JOHN SCOTT,
U. 8. SENATOR. FROM PENNSYLVANI & •
Hon. H. BUCHER SWOPE,
Hon. G. A. GROW. v
c.mpalgn. Geary and Glee Clubs are earnestly
Inviten to attend.
Turn out an muse to welcome these able and
JOHN S Ids.2ISIE, Cbalrman•
J. S. FERGUSON, SecretarT. se3o:r.a
roe the FIFTH and SIXTH WARDS,
BAMILT UN'S DRUG STORE,
Corner of Locust street and Beaver avenue. on
Friday Evening, October Ist,
AT T!i P. M
The meeting will be addressed by
Hon. THOMAS HOWASH.
B. F. LHUAI. Fol•
By order Committee on Speakers and
HOUSE OF J. M. SCHLESSMAN,
On the Washington Pike, In Union Tp..
On Monday Evening, October . 4th,
At 73. S o'clock.
OS The ELAN 0. mreting will Esq be addressed by
MILES s. If u SI I'IIREYS.
W et, MeCUNK. Esq.
A Glee Club from Temperance,tlle will be In
Ingeßy order of Committee on Speakers andse Meet.
OEO. BEA vn,
FEDERAL STRICZT, Allegheny City.
ASTO4 I IIISHING
Solid Gold Hunting Can Full Jewel
WATCHES SELLING FOE $BO.
At the LOWEST PRICE 13TOSE IN THE CITE
WATTLES & SEEAFEWS,
101 FIFTH AVENllH.aboveomlttaleld land
N OTICIEIe-We have "admaitte
J., W.: 0008 ala; ofetnber 'ott,ribtm, to
da r teltaili UpSt la, 11569.
tams; smart 00.
Gegr i wki —:
nrTHE 11EPUBLICANS 01'
the Second ward, Pittsburgh. will
me 4 at the School House on THIIRS 4 DAY
NEXT, SEPTEMBER 30th, 1869, at 7 o'clock.
r se.. when and where names will be sug
gested to fill ward offices.
And the primary meeting for the nomination
of said ward officers will be held at the same
mace on THURSDAY. OCIGNER 7th. between
the hours of 4. and 7 o'clock, P.
T. W. DAVIS.
City Executive Con:matte for Second Ward
In Robinson Township,
THURSDAY, Sept. 30,
At IS P. at• The meeting will be adiressed by
Hon. THOM SS HOWARD,
J4)12? H. KYHR, Esq.,
J• L. MeKELVY, Esq.
By order of Committee on Meetings and
On Saturday, October 2d, at 4 P. N.,
In Snowden Township, will be addressed by
Hon. THOMAS HOWARD,
JOHN H. KERR, Esq.,
JOSIAH COHEN, Esq.
By order of Committee on Speakers and Meet
On Saturday, October 2d, at 3 P. M..
AT WARREN'S HOTEL ,
In Marshall Township, will be addressed by
A. M. BROWN. Esq.,
Col. T. M. RAYNE,
H. C. MACKRELL. Esq.,
W. 6, PUBStANCE, Asq.
By crder of Committee on Meetings and Speak
WILL BE HELD
On Friday, October Ist,
At 7ki o'clock. The meeting will be addressed by
JAMES W. MURRAY, Esq.,
Col. T. M. BAYNE,
W. C. MorILELAND; &eq.
By order of the Comaltt.ce on Meet.ings and
igrREPUBLIC AN MEETING
n the Twt my-third ward, Pittsburgh, on
Friday Evening, October Ist,
At 7y o'clock. The meeting will be addressed by
E. C. MACKRELL, Eso
1'• C. tHANNON. req.,
.10.7.41 AH COHEN.
F. If sINES, Eiq.
By order of Committee on Srwakers and
tgrREPUBLICAN MEETING .
la the Sixteenth ward, Pittsburgh, on
On Friday Evening, October Ist,
AI IS o'clock . The ineettng will be addressed be
B PO.FO N d.h g tilNiN, Esq.,
s. P. FP LT‘lii,•Beq
311LEs S. I.IIJIIPHKEYS, Esq.
By order of Csonnuttee on Meeting s and Speak
10 - ' FOR MAYOR OF THE CITY
Sublec: to the decision of the lit-publican pri
mare el , ction, to be held Saturday, October Ad
A. P. CALLOW,
Subject to the decision of tbe . Prinisry Etc ctions
11 A.NCE CANDIDATE.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER,
MONEY T.) LOAN.-$2O 000
to loan on Bond and Mortgage la large
or small amounts,
THOMAS S. PETTY,
Bill, Bond and• Heal Estate Broker,
TWIN BROTHER . Yeast Cake&
ust received a fresh supply of these celebrated
dry hop YEAST CANES for sale by the dozen,
loos/ or at Wall. at the
la mit y
RGENSNKWto , e o
sea Corner Liberty and Ninth streets.
L ,A. CA. IS
L. W.3BdiLIF4t. - - -
s eZ% OS
No. 179 Steltbeetd street.
"Lost," " Wants," "Found," "Boarding,"
&c., not exceeding FOUR LINES, will
be inserted in these columns once for
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS; each addi
tional line FIVE CENTS.
WANTED.—A. GOOD PHOTO
GRAPHER, Parent antes matte ofrocnas
built expressly for a first class Phol °graph Gal
/err. for further infarvaatton apply at,No. 11
Wood street. Pltttburigts, Pa.
WANTED,—A. BOT 12 to
years of age to asslat ln Groe;ery
Allegheny. Adaress C. A.. Allegheny. h ore
PLOYMENT 0171 C E , No.l St. Char
Street, BOYS 911111,13 and NIX, for dlierent
Made of employment.- Persons wanting help
of all kinds can be gowned on short notice.
WANTED.—A good SINGER.
SEWING 'MACHINE to exchange for
pressing Bureaus. or Bureau and Washstand.
k.nquire at 1 , 41. North Avenue. A I lbgbenT.
LOST.—On the St. Clair Street
JIL.I tictspeallon Bridge,:nr Yederal Street, a
GIBLD PEN AND PENCIL. A liberal reward
v.lll be elven II returned to-No. 12 Stockton
Avenue, Allegheny City.
FOUND—On WednesdaT mom
-A-: Id, opposite Hearleton'a store, in the Dl
i POCKET BOOK, containing s sum , of
money, which the owner can have by calling at.
this office and describing the money and pocket
Roonhaultable for one or two alma. wentle
men. Telma reasonable Inquire atl73•3eeond
FOR SALE.—One-half of- a,
valuable, PATENT for Pennsylvania. A.
small article used In all houses. A chance for an
active young man with a few hundred dollars
.Address PATENT. Postoffice Box 690. -
FOR SALE.-SHOP Ov YOUTH
AN EN UP. A LLEGHINY CITY, PA.—
The building. 38x70 feet. is being used by Jas.
Godfrey Sc Co, as a manfacturing estabdshment.
One of the members of the firm wishing to retire
from business on account of poor health, we
have decided to close out this part of the busi
ness t a bargain. Also good will of Steam
Pow + (5 to 10 horse power.) tools and machln
ehinery: would make a goo , l wagon maker shop;
lot 60x100 feet. on 5 year+ lease. For farther
particulars 'Luise at No. 44 Ohio street, Alle
FOR SALE-10 ACRES, LESS
or more,tln Plum townshiti, Allegheny
coati. Allegheny Valle E. B. runs through It.
Two hundred yards llorn station. Frame house
nu six rooms. and good stable and all other ne
cessary out-buddiugst orchard of 100 bearing
fruit Mee, of all kinds; good garlen, grape ar•
hot', and geoseberries itnd curra. ts: 03.000
worth of rock, quarry opened: will suit for rest
deuces or manufacturing establishments; coal
under entire place: good indications of oll;
deepest water and best landing on the river; all
well fenced. Inquire of A. B. KEtilt, on the
ROUSE ANA) LOT, No. 54 James street;
House. new frame, contains 7 rooms and store
room; also Frame Shoo on rear of lot: shop 17x
26 feet: the lot la 20 by 100 feet; Is a splendid
place for a grocer, baker or butcher; will be sold
riOW.ES M D LOTS fronting on Pleasant
Valley 1". R. It.: houses each contain 5 rooms;
loos are 17 by 200 test
2 Houses and Lots on Fleming street; 4 lots
on Robinson Road. rerenth Ward
HOUnE AND LOT In Salem. Ohio: 6 acres of
ground In Reserve township; 2 - lots on Preemont
street. Other Houses and Lots in good localities.
It quire of
Beal Estate Agent, corner Uhio and Sandusky
ear the Borough of Freedom. Beaver county,
and 3 minutes walk from station on Ft. Wayne
and Chicago Baflrosc, a small. FARM of 28
scree with 700 fruit trees and more than 100
gran; *vines, ail bearing and of choicest varie
ties; a three story Frame house with 10 rooms,
large Bun, 4c. This property is offered at a
bargain. Parties who want to secure a handy
garden farm, accessible to the city. will do well
to examine this property, as a chance like this,
to get a cheap and comfortable borne: 14i1 seldom
offered to a matt iyith limited means.
• Yor particulars inquire at
S 7 Grant Street, first floor,
BeB TITSTIN. & KLEE.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of as
order of the Orphans' Conn of the county o
of Westmoreland, there will be exposed to Pub—
lic sale on THURSDAY: the 30th day ef SEP
TEMBER, at 1 o'clock r.m..11369,the following
real estate, to wit:
A Certain 7.ract of Land,
Situate In St. Clair toashship. In said county, at
Houston station, on the Prana. B. 8., adJoia
ing lands of the heirs of Jos. Martin, Jno.Stoltit
and the Conemaugh ilver„ containing
263 Acres and 123 Perches,
with DWELLING HOME, BARN and other
improvements thereon, late the real estate of
ED WLN w. TOWER, tec'd. Sale to take place
on the premises and be conducted bs M. A. Tow
er and A. F. Brooks, administrators of said de
cedent. Terms—cash on confirmation of sale,
and that said isle be subject to the payments due
and to become due on the bonds andd - mortgage or
James W art to Dixon Houston and• Wm. Roue
ton, dated Nor, 510. 1863, and recorded In the
Recoider's office of raid County. In mortgage
book No. 3. page la. and also subject to the
payments of the bonds and mortgage of Edwin
W. Tower' to James Watt, recorded on the 9th
day of March. 1869. In the same office. in mort
gage book No. fy page 19: By the I oust.
J. W. BLAIR. Clerk.
Underlying the above property le a goodvein
of Coal: persons wishing to purchase can take the
mall train at Vittaburgh In the morning and re
turn by the Johnstown accoronicsiation the same
PERSONAL.—AII persons seek..
Ilat HOMES, or investments in Beal EX
tate, will .saye time, trouble and money by pro..
cu rang a copy of the "'PITTSBURGH/ Altar.
ESTATE REGISTER. It is given away onATIS
or will be sent by mall FE= to any requesting it.
Persons cannot tail to get suited out of the large
list it contains. CROFT & PHILLIP'S, Pun-
Ushers and Real Estate Agents, No, 239 Fourth
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T 010 M. 0 „IP
Clseapilhirt Fronts, .
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