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NEW ADVERTISLISIENTEL NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
THE FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH. (Railroad street. near Depot,)
NEW BRIGHTON. Pa. F. CROWTHER,Pastor.
Preaching EVERY SABBATH. at 1113 i A. M. RIM
7". P. 31. Public cordiall.V invited.
Bgr GRACE REFO1 MED
CHURCH corner Grant set and
Webster avenue. There will ho divine service In
this church TO-MORRJW isundsy). 3d Inst., at
1034 o'clock A. at. The publ!c are Invited to at
W'REV. GEO., P. BAYS WILL
pre , ci 1. MORRO TV (Sunday MORN
ING and EVENING in Central Presbyterian
Marc. A 1l• gbeny, corner Lacs ck and Anderson
streets—service commencing at 10% A . m . and
7% P. M. The public are cordially invited.
CHURCH. ALLEti RENY.— The Rev.
lIENJ. F. BROOKE. It ctor, will ()Mame at di
vine service In this Church on TOMORROW at
half-past ten o'clock A. and half-oast seven
o'clock P. B.
LUTHERAN CHURCH, Seventh Ave
nue, above Smithfield street. Rev. e. LAIRD,
Pastor. Services TO-MORROW MORNING, at
10,%', o'clock. Sunday School at 9 o'clock.
dormer Grakt street and Third Avenue.
Rev. W. N. VAN 1)E11.4.1tE Pastor. Services
EVERY eUNDAY at 195 j A. 31 and 7 P. x:
Seats tree and a welcome to all. Sunday School
at 9 A. Id.
CHURCH OF PITTSBURGH, W. S.
Gray, Pastor, meets statedly in NEVILLE
HALL, corner of Liberty and Fourth streets.
Services every Lord's Day at ILO,ti at. and 734
The public are cordially Invited.
CHURCH, corner Beaver street W and
Montgomery avenue, Allegheny City JoSEPH
KING, Past Or. Preaching To•MORROW,(Lord'a
Day.) at 10 , 4 A. It. and 7 P. M .
)eats entirely nee and a cordial Invitation to
ifO r ''MESSIAH EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN crtußcH, (Geosral 6yn•
od Nit th street, It, V. .1. P. VI% STIICK.F...N •
BERG, rastor. Freachiag TU-MORROW, at
103 A. it. and 7% P. 31.
Sunday School at 9 A. Lecture and Prayer
Meeting Wu. I)NESDA.Y EVENINGS. Friends
Of the congregation end pubalz cordially incited.
The last service in Trinity Church,
Sixth avenue . previous to the removal cf the o d
but.ding, will be held on SUNDAY MORNING
next at I.toi o'cl Thr, Holy communion will
be sdminixtered. and a historic ti sermon
prjenched. The (Id members and former wor
silipoera at Trinity Church are sptclaily invited
to be present.
tar - REOPENING SERVICES
The reopeninzser7lces of Penns loarda
Avenue M. E. Cuurcn alit take place TO-MOR
ROW' *Sunday; MORNING. at Itl3i o'clock.
The exercises to be conducted by the Rey. J.
McKendree Retley, of Co vitiator, Ky. Special
Sunday School exercises ut e. x. S ,ltvices at
Tht, o'clock P at. by the pastor. Itett..l. J. Jones.
The public are cordially invited to attend.
IgrMASS _ MEETING OF THE
FRIENDS OF TEMPERANCE AND
REFORM and the Independent Voters Ff A!le
gheny, county, at CITY HALL. on. TUESDAY,
October 6th; at 73i o'clock r. at. The .Commis•
sioners of Allegheny county, the lawyers and
leaders . of the Republican and Democratic par
ties, the rank and file of all parties, and every
citizen who wishes to understand the questions
invo.ved in the election of County Commissioner
are invited to.be present. The meeting will be
addressed by Col. J. B. Clark, David Ktrk. Esq.,
and S. Y. Kennedy. 5e.30:p13
QCARLE I T LAMBS WOOL
L. 7 SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
At Phelan's Old Etand working Store, No. 24
WHITE T.AMiTtS WOOL
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
AL (Ad Stand stueatug Store, No. 24
F.'' AY Ana.-
BLUE MIXED LAMBS WOOL
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
At Plielsn's tild Stand stocking Store. lo. 2
INFANTE - FANCY WOOLEN
CLOAKS ANT) SACQUES
AL the Old Stand Stocking Store. 24 Fit.h Ave
nue, - PHELAN.
ADlFfir AND MISSES' SKIL
CLOTH AND BERLIN GLOVES
At Phelan's Old Stand Stocking Store, No. 21
GRAND CONVOCATION OF
PRESBYTERIANS OPFNING OW THE
OfaTER -FASO'.—JACOB B. HU oLEY, Nos.
27 and 20 Fourth Avenue, begs to inform his
numerous .patrons and alends.- and visitors to
the ci 7. in consequence of toe I trg ly increased
demand for comfortable dining fac , ltties, be ras
just added two additional rooms for their accom
Pinner and other me , Is will be famished to
order, in first das•e yle, with all the delicacies
of the season, served by atten.ive wafters.
Pure ice creams, fruits. choice confectionary
and fancy cakes runpiled to order. Parties,
Weddings, Festivals, and Meals for special Le
e:Mom furnished as nsual shot notice, to
every r cce- Obi , t point. equal to the most approv
ed Eastern style,
Monday. October 4 h. Oysters In every style de
sired. le I,h other s - asonable relishes, prepared
to salt the most fastidious epicures.
@T he attention of visitors to the mee+ing of
the Am-rican board of Commissioners of foreign
Missions, commenc.ng Monday next. ang the
pablic generally, Is respectrally called to the
foregoing arrangements for their c mfort. 0e.2
plib JP E 10 R GOLD PENS.
rI 6OLD MOUNTED RUBBER PENCILS,
FINE PO'..)RET BOOKS,
JACOB'S PATENT BINDERS,
ATWATER'd NEWS FILES,
COUNTING HOUSE INKSTANDS,
GROOM'S EXCHEQUER INK,
• ANTOINE'S COPYING INH,
BEADY REFERENCE FILES.
RUBBER COPPYINGS SHEEES,
COUNTING HOUSE STATIONERY OF ALL
KINDS• . . .
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KAY & COMPANY,
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TEE SUNDAY MAGAZINE.
A MONTHLY of Reoreation and Instruction.
Profusely Illustrated. Edited by Rey. TrtOMAB
Just issued. THE OCTOBER NUMBER, com
mencing a New Volume.
I. EPISODES OF AN OIP.CUBE LIFE. Being
Experiences in the Tower]lam eta. Part I. By
11. isinde HARVEST THOIIErEITS. By Rev.
J. O. DYKES.
111. MY BOTHER'S KNEE. A Poem. By
Bev. JOHN MONSELL. LL.D. Illustrated.
IV. THE RAINBOW. A Poem. By Rev.
JOHN MoNsELL, LL.D. Illustrated.
V. SUNDATB ON THE CONTINENT. By
the EDITOR. •
VI. BIRD OF JOY. it Poem. By Rev. HENRY
VII. ON THE MIRACLES OF OUR LORD.
Introduction. 1. Turning the Water Into Wine.
ily_fiDORGE MACDONALI. LL D. Illustrated
Inn. THE COMPANIONS OF ST. PAUL.
1.. BARNABAS• By JOHN IL 110*602r, D. D.
IX. UP WARD GLANCES. Recent Revela
tions In Astronomy. No. I. By Be,. C. PRITCII •
X IMMORTALITY BROUGHT TO LIGHT.
A poem. By A. L. WARING. illustrated.
XI. THB STRUGGLE In FICKRARA.. Chap
ters 1.-and 11. By WILLIAM GILDLar. 'With
Four Illustrations. •
XII. HOW TO STUDY THE OLD TESTA
MENT. Ti e Departure from Egypt. By W.
LINDSAY ALEXANDER. D.D.
XII. THE ponTBAIT Ow CHARITY. AS .
PRESENTED BY ST. PAUL. By WILLIAM
HANNA. D.D. Illustrated.
AI V. QUESTIONS WHICH . ARE ALWAYS
TURNING UP. he Bpi rtt of ell glens Fac
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PITTSBURGH, Oct. 2, 1669.
XTOTIOE.—The assessment for
doGrading. Paving and Curbing of FORBES
ItRET. from Chestnut to Magec street, is'now
ready for examinati m, and can be ie.n at this
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OFFICt CITY FnfilNEY.ll AND DURVEYOR, t
Pittsburgh, Oct. 2, 1869. (
NOTICE.—The Assessment for
grading and paving Lteust alley (row For
tieth to Fortv-Hrsc street Is now ready for ex
am.natton. and cats be seen at this office until
WEDNESDAY, Octoner 13th. 1869, whea It
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H. J. 310011 E. City Engineer
Whereas letters testamentary on the es
tate of It. ROBIcON, deceased, having been
granted to the underslaned by the Register of
Altegbenv county, all nersons ludetted to said
estate are hereby notified to make Immediate
payment. and those having claims against said
estate will present tLem, duly anther t'cated. for
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R. A. IV IEINON.
fir• s. RONISON.
FOR - WEDDING PRESENTS
WATTLES & SHEAFER'S
Th. y are receiving a very tine assortment of
Solid . Silver and Plated Ware
SUITABLE FOR WEDDING PRESENTS,
Wh!cb wbll be sold low
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0 i THE SELECT AND ..kO3l-
MONILPA CO UNCILS OP THE CIT YAW PIT IS.
Your notched Committee appointed by Joint
resolution of June Zi. ISM. In conjunction with
the City Solicitor and City Engineer, “to enquire
into and ascertain the right of the city to the
piece of ground at the Junction of the rivers
Allegheny and Monongahela, and the extent of
the same. and whether It would be gettable far
a eltY peek. &c., and with power to confer with
the All. , glieny County Monumental Association
as to the practicability of adopting the same as a
site for the location of said monument, &c,, ,,
respectfully submit for your coo sideratlon the
We And that the city is the owner of a piece of
ground at the place indicated containing about
seven acres. The City Engineer has prepared a
draft of the same, which is herewith submitted.
thatn examination of the same It will be seen
by protecting the banks by a wall built of
stone, and including a small riece of
at the. Junction of Water street and Duquesne
Way, belonging to private individuals and con
taining about two acres, the same ms y be made
into a public park which will contain over nine
The cost of the entire improvements cannot ex
ceed twenty-Ave thousand dollars.
It will have a water front of three -fifths of the
whole, and will be easily accessible to all the
thickly settled and crowded portions of the city..
Lilt's as it doss at the extreme west end of the
city, and separated by the three rivers from the
manufectuting• por. ions of the neighboring city
and boroughs, it is the cleanest part of the city
It is in rull view of all approachlog the city
from tae West, by rail or river, and the most
suitable place for a public park in the city.
We have conferred with the managers of the
Alleghenyl Chanute Monumeeetal Association, but
as we could not officially offer them this site (or
their monument and they could not therefore
adopt the same, yet we feisi assured • that If the
same were offered. it wontat once he adopted
by their board as the
place bove all others suita
bleic* for the Soldiers ,
We fled. however. It will' necessary before
Councils can establish said park, to procure ad-
Vowel State legislation.
We therefore recommend that Councils take
the necessary st. - ps to lay out and improve a pub
lic park at the place designated, and wcordingly
herewith submit the draft of an act of As
sembly for the purpose, with the accompanying
JIM. BARTOW. Chairman.
062 W.H. H. BERGER.
RED AND FIRE BUICK
PRESSES. CLAY Torpranitt MA
, CRINES and BRICK MAKER'S' TOOLS mann
/Wand at No. 309 8012th Fifth street,
delPhis, Pa. ;
PITTSBURGH GAZETTE : SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1869.
NEW AD • a 1• IZ ailJ 3
'WHITE BLANKETS, FULL SIZE
At $3,50 a Pair,
At 6 1-4 Cents,
FAIR LINEN TOWELING.
At 12 1-2 Cent s,
EXTRA WIDE TOWELING.
At 12 1-2 Cents,
Good Canton Flannel.
ALL THE POPIJ
No. 22 Fifth Avenue.
A FULL STOCK
Of All the New Styles
HATS AND CAPS
OF THE SEASON.
Corner of Penn and Sixth Streets.
Commence , Monday, October 4th
UNEQUALED ADVANTAGES afforded to
Clerks and Young Men engaged daring the day
for acquiring a thorough tweetteal business edu
tion;by attending evenings only.
Insieti of a single teacher employed to give In
structton to all branches promiscuously, separ
ate Professors are provided for each department
of study, thui securing efficiency and rapid pro•
gress at the same time.
NEW YO. • K.
NEW VOLUME OF
Epistle. to the Romans,
J. P. Lange, D. D., & Bev. F. B. Fay,
Translated.. viihaes 7)e z rillaWilAt' r 7, b l3 .li ß ga
Rev. B. RIDDLE. VOL Svo. Cloth. D.D.,
For Sale by
129 Smithfield Street.
0 PECS ORNAMENTAL
HAIR WORKER S AND PERFIIIIKN, , No.
Market street, Plttaburgb„
Alwatzn nand, au,enerar assortment of La
dies, GS, BANDS, CURLS: eantlemenis
WIGEJ,_ DEES, 130 ALPS, tiISARD 011A1103,
BRACELETS, IC. airA. gOO4 Price in cub
will be given for RAW HAIR.
Ladies , and Gentlemen's Hair Cutting don ,
in the neatest manner. ocl
N OTICE.—We have admitted
J. W. COOK as a member of our arm, to
date from August Ist, 1869,
STRAY MllLE.— Carne to the
residence of the undersigned. on Wednee.
day. September *9th, a
LARGE DARK BROWN MIMI, MARK.
The owner Is requested te come after her. pal
charges and take bar away. B. AUTB. 3 151
K. P. NILLE.B.
At Si 1-2 Cents.
Off' . TH
SMITH do COWLEY,
CHESS. SmyTH & Co
EXTRA BARGAINS IN
New Dress Goods,
New Shawls and Skirts,
Housekeeping Dry Goods
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION.
Ladies', Gents and Children's
LNDERWEAR AXD HOSIERY.
Special Attention Directed to
E 1) -EL -Sr
Al ID ruErrALIT_..
The latest and most besutLful designs ever
TAPESTRY OR BODY
Just reeelved by direct Importation frcm Eng
30 1 .1RALT GMT SEES
Of the latest sty lealn large quantities.
23 Fifth Avenue. ..
GRIFFIN & 110FEIIAN,
A.DYERTISING AGES - TS
Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals of
United States and Canada,
No. 1 St. Paul Street,
(Bank of Baltimore Building,)
We insert Advertisements at Publishers' Low
est Rates, having no advance charges thereon;
but guarantee, on the contrary, round biscounts
when a number of Newspapers are contracted for.
REFER, BY PERMISSION, TO
J. D. Featly, Cuhler l int National 'Bank,
T, B. Young, Pittsburgh.
Carter, McGrew & Co.. Pittsburgh.
Drexel & Co.. Philadephia.
Larned & Starr. Philvelphia,
R. Patterson & Co., Philadelphia,
Johnston Brothers & Co., Baltimore,
Thomson & Bloch, Baltimore,
W. T. Walters & Co., Baltimore. Sep p 5
TRADESMEN'S NATIONAL BANK,
Wood St., corner Second Avenue.
A. BRLDLEY, President,
CYRUS CLARKE, Jr., Cashier.
Interest paid on Deposits.
Oold, Coupons, Bonds and Stocks bought and
114 FEDERAL STREET, Allegheny
ear the Borough of Freedom, Beaver county,
and 3 minutes walk from station on Ft. Wayne
arid Chicago Railroad, a small FARM of Se
acres, with 100 fruit trees and more than 100
grape vines, ad bearing and of choicest varie•
ties; a three story Frame house with 10 rooms,
large Barn, *c. 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 tam
to set a cheap and comtbrtable home, Is seldom
offered to a man with limited means.
For particulars inquire at
87 Grant Street, first floor,
TUSTIN & KLEE.
017IC/I 01' TUlPtrrastrnon GAS COMPANY.
PITTSBURG% October 1, 111(19.
frellir—On and after this date
and until farther notice, the price of Coal
Tar will be TWO DOLL/Lftd Plfit BARREL.
• By order of the Board of Trustees.
cl;Ple W N. M;CLILLAND, Tressurer.
E: 1- TWELFTH WARD MEET
ING.—The Repu +Hearts of the Twelfth
ward will hold lh.lr primary meeting , tt the
School House between thu hours of 3 and 7 P. M.
this day for tee purpose of nominating candi
dates for watd offices. By ordtr
The Republicans of the TWENTY
FIRST WARD will meet at their WIG WA3f.
next TUESDAY. OCTOBER sth, at T o'clock
P. x., for tin nomination of ward officers.
Every one is requested to attend.
0c2:143. PRYER SE,ESfAIi. Chin'n,
- PRIMARY ELECTION
FOURTH WARD —At a meeting of the
Republican citlzzris of the Fourth ward, Pitts
burgh. held at th. school house on Tuesday even.
Ing, Sent. ESth, it was Resolved, Tbst the Pd.
msry Election for ward orPc.rs be held at the
SCHOOL HOUSE. on MONDAY EVENING.
OCTOBER 4th, between the bcurs of 4 and
o'clock. J. D. OWENS,
oc2:pllS C't airman.
Ilar REPUBLICANS OF THE
FOURTH WARD, PITTSBTRGH.—
There will be a meeting of the Republ:can you rs
of the' Fourth Ward. Pittsburgh, on SATUR
DAY EVENING, October tad, at the PUBIC
SCHOOL HOUSE, at o'clock. to euggest
Lames for the primary election to be hetd on
MONDAY AFTARN.AtN, between four and
seven o'clock. A full attendance Is requesteite
Executive Committee and Vigilance
The Itiem*.ers of the. Republican Executive
Committee fo• Allegheny County. are requested
to meet at 11 Wawa A ii., on TUESDAY,O c
toter sth, at CITY HALL. . A full meeting is
At Cie Fame time and place, the Chairmen of
the Republican Vigll.nce Committees of the dif
ferent districts throughout the county, and as
many members of each of said Vigilance Com
mittees as can attend, are earnestly requested
and expected to be present.
Business of great importance will be before the
meeting. and It is hoped that every Committee
man, and every Chairman of Vigilance Commit
tees, together with as many members of Vigi
lal.ce Consuittees 53 ran attend will be on hand.
By order of the Committee. '
ICALT ER S. McCIIN
Col. OW() r. MORGAN. f` — '"'"'"• ae:lo:n7
10 — GRAND REPUBLICAN
On . Monday, October 4th,
At 7,ka o'clock. The meeting will be addressed by
Hon. JOILN SCOTT,
U. E. SENATOR PROM PENNSYLVANIA
Hon. H. BUCHER SWOPE,
Hon. G. A. GROW.
Campaign. Geary and Glee Ciubs are earnestly
Invltea to attend.
Tarn out rn ma,se to welcome these able and
JOHN S LAMBIE, Chairman.
J. S. PEEGUSON. Secretary. ae3o:pB
On: Saturday, October 2d, at 4 P. M.,
• AT • LIBRARY,
In Snowden Township, will be addressed I y
Hon. THOMAS HOWARD,
JOHN H. KERR; Esq.,
JOSIAH C011E14.7, Efq.
By order of Committee on Speakers and• Mee
t • r.
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. RAY.Nk.,
H. C. MACKRELL. Esq.,
s, PURI/lA-NCB, Asti.
By cyder of Committee on Meetings and Speak
HOUSE OF J. M. SCHLESSMAN /
On the Washington Pike, in Union Ty..
On Monday Evening, October 4th,
At 7,ki o'clock. The mretingwill be addressed by
W. C. MORELANU. Esq.,
MILES r. Hu MYHREYS,
W S. McCUNE, Esq.
A Glee Club from Temperanceville will be in
By order of Committee on Speakers and Meet
fg"FOR MAYOR OF THE CITY
Sulject to the decleitua of the Ittpubllcau pri
mary el•ctlon, to be held Saturday, October ltd.
A. P. CALLOW.
Subject to the declstoU of the Primary ElEctlone,
on Saturday. October 2d
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER,
La -AL R. ar..10 IS
Cheap Merlacqh 1
a . ; NV. 3ELALIFILMIL
Mr - NOTICM--"To-Let," "For Sale,"
&c., not exceeding FOUR
be inserted in these coluwns cen(,
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS; each G4:44-
tional line FIVE CENTS.
WANTED. -AL GOOD .PHOTO
GRAPHER, to rent anew suite of ro .ms
built expressly for a first class Pho•ograoh Gal
lery. Por further Information appry at No 175
Wood street. Pittsburgh, Ya.
WANTED,—! BOY 12 to 115
years of age to assist In a Grocery moire In
Allegheny. Adaress C. A.. Allegheny.
PLOYMENT OFFICE, No. 1 St. Clair
Street, BOYS GIRLS and HEN, for dinerent
kinds of employment. Persons wanting Self,
of all kinds can be sup p lied on abort notice.
WANTED —A good SINGER
SEWING MACHINE to exchange for
Dressing Bureaus. or Bureau and W , shstaad.
knquire at 1 0 41 North Avenue, Allegheny.
LOST.—On the St. Clair Street
11_4 Susponalon Bridge, or Federal Street, a
GuLD PEN AND PENCIL. A liberal reward
wlll be clv.n If returned to No. 12 Stockton
Avenue, AllEtrbeny City.
F OUND—On Wednesday moan
. ING,oppos'te Ileazleton , s store, In the Dl
amono, a ruCSET BOOK, containing a sum of
mulles-, which the o wner can have by calling at
this Mike and dt.seribing the money and pocket
Room.sulteb`e for one or two alnin.. gentle
men. Tel ms reasonable Inquire at 173 Second
FOR SALE.—One-half of a
valuable PATENT for Penosvlvants. A
small article used in all houses. A chance for an
active young man with a few hundred dollars
Address PATENT. Postonlee Box 690.
von. ahLE.—SOUTH AVENUE
12 RESIDE:NCR. Alteghiny City. Lot is 28
feet by 150 to a 20 feet alley; house contains 11
rooms, good cellars, gas toronwhout and finithPd
In good orcer. Apply to CROFT Zs PHILLIPS,
Real iStIltA perms. No 739 vourth Acen.e.
- pun SALE.—Business Stand
on Chestnut street, Allegheny City, has
bets' used as a bakery and confectionary fora
number of years, and is now occupied as such
with a good custom. This Is an opening seldom
offered, and a practical man can do a number one
business. Terms easy and satisfactory seasons
for selling' Apply to eIhOFT t PHILLIt'S,No.
139 Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE .- LOON HERE :-
CHEAP FARM one mile from a S'atlon on
the C, & P. R. H.. in Jefferson eonntv. Ohio,
c..ritaftdug 1 , 10 acres AT ONLY *35 Der acre:
good lint rovements. good water, underlaid with
coal, and Ina good nelkhborbto 1. MUST BE
SoLD. Terms easy. If you wan: a cheau f.rm
home don't tail to call tool at th , Rey' Estate
office of Ct OFT & PHILLIPti, No. I:i9 Fourth
I OR MALL—FRUIT FA ICI and
HOME. containing 13 acres, 10 miles t. orn
Hie city limits and 4 miles trot, a Station on the
A. V. R. IL; good house. stable. Sc ; an acre
In era pelt. All kinds or fruits. from a currant to
an apple. The Improvements and fruits are
worth all that Is asked for the property; it acres
underlaid with c , al; even , acre til.able; soil
equal to any In the UNITED:TATES. Apply to
CRoFT PHILLIP:, Real Estate Agents, No.
1:19 unurth Avenue.
Qi-t7. AN ACKE WILL PLR,
tokfity cIIASE a , b.slrahle Farm of 103 acres
lir Columbiana county,. Ohio 4 mil-s f,om Enon
Station. V.. N. W. &C. R. R. Can work Ivory
foot of the land t y machinery; all secord t•ettoni
land; comfortable Improv.m..nt,„:good water,
&c. This property Is ',rated in what might he
called the Garden of Eastern Ohio. Land around
this sell a for 0100 per acre. Cannot fail to
please a good farmer. Terms easy. Aprlv to
CRuPT & PRILLiVS,
ocl 'No. 139 F , urth avenue.
VOR !SALE.-81110P ON AORTIC
ANEN UP. ALLEGE': NV CITY, PA.—
Toe building. 38:10 feet Is being used by .fas.
Godfrey & (A. As a manfacturlng . stab ishinent.
One of the members of the Arm wisning to retire
from business on account of poor heal. h, we
have decided to close out this part of the busi
ness t a bargain. Also good wit of steam
Pow , (5 to 10 hors.. power ) tonis and machine
thlnery ; would make a good wagon maker shop;
,ot 60x100 feet, on 5 year• For further
particulars luqvire at No. 44 Ohio street,
OR SALE-10 AeRES, LESS
or more,! In Plum township, Allegheny
contr. Allegheny Valle iR. It. rugs through it.
Two hundred yards from station. Frame hone
of six rooms, and good stable. and all other ne
cessary out-buildings: orchard of 100 bearing
fruit tn es, of all kinds; good garden, grape ar
bor. and geoseberries and curra. ts; $25.000
worth of rock, quarry opened; will suit for resi
dences or manufacturing establtshments: coal
under entire place: good indications of oil;
deepest water and best landing on the river; all
well fenced, Inquire of A. B. KERR, on the
OUSE AND LOT, No. 54 James street;
House, new Crime. contains 7 rooms and store
roo; uso Frame Shop on rear of lot: shop 17z
28 fe e t ; the la SO by 100 feet; is a splendid
place for &grocer,' baker or butcher; will be sold
SOUBES AND L 0713 fronting on Pleasant
Valley P. R. R.: houses each contain 5 rooms;
lots are 17 by 200 feet
2 Houses and Lots on Fleming street; 4 lots
on Robinson Road. t•eventh Ward.
HOMO?. AND LOT In Salem, Ohio: 8 acres of
ground in Reserve township; 2 lots on Freemont
street. Other Houses and Lots In good localities.
le gain of
Real Estate agent, corner Ohio anU Bandtuskg
DEE SONAI.—AII persons seek-.
j. IVO 11031F.5, or investments In Real Es
tate, will save titre, trouble and money by_pro.
curling a copy of the "PPPTSBUItUIi REAL
ESTATE BEGIEITER." It le given away GRATIS
or will be sent by mall Fuzz to any requesting It.
Persons cannot tail to get suited out of the large
list it contains. CROFT & PHILLIPe, Pao
fishers and Real Estate Agents, No, 139 Fourth
MONEY TJ LOAN.-$2O 000
to loan on Bond and Mortgage In large
or mall amount a,
THOMAS K. PETTY.
BM, Bond and Real Estate 'Broker.
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Cheap Shirt Fronts,
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No. 219 Smithfield street