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V i TUART 3 .B EXTRA SYRUPS
The floc st Bolden Syritp made just re
celved at.d for sale, by the barrel or yahoo. by
oe2 JNO. A. BENSIIA.W.
O 1110USEKEEPERS.-10 bbls
PURE CIDER. VINEGAn. I ur years old,
warranted to ktep pi( k les, received and for sale,
by the gallon or barrel, by
• JNO. A. REN , FIAW,
oe4 Co mer Liberty and Ninth streets.
NOTICE -LOST Oi STOLE*.—
Cenltleate No 27 for f rty• shares of the
leapi'al 5 , del: of thr EUREKA FIRE AND MA
RINE IN , UttANCN: COMPANY OF. PITTS
BURGH, Issued to me May 30, 1860. The pub
lic are exntiont.d sgainsl purdbaslag said cert.lll
- I hare aopttid for a new one
I. R. CANFIV.D.
PITTSB.1:11611, Cctober 1., 1869. oc4 p 47
EXECUTOR'S N 0 TICE.—
wuereas letters testatitentary on the es
tate of H. ROBB.ON, dtelased. haring been to the undersiirneil by the Register of
Al:egheny county, all nersqns Indebted To said
estate are hereby notified lb make immediate
payment, and those havinietlalms against said
estate wilt present them, Lilly anther rented. for
s.ttlement. B. ROISISON.
R. A. R , oBISOikr.
ROritstm
oc2 r26-S
CITY ENGINEER'S OFFICE,
ALLEGHENY CITY, Yd., Oct. 2, 1b69. I
N OTICE.—The assessment for
GRADING and PAVING of SAW . MILL
ALLEY, from Plne street to the Coke Ovens;
alio, for grading JEFFEBSoN STREET, from
Shields alley to Monterey street: are now 'ready
for examination and can be seen at the office
of the City Engineer until OCTOBER 11, 1869,
when theyllvid be placed in the hands of the
City Treasurer for collection.
CR&RLES
CZWM
Grand Convocation of Presb3terians.
OPENING OF THE OVSTER SELSON.
JACOB B. HUBLEY,
27 and »9 F ourth avenue,
Begs. to Inform lt:s numerals patrons and Zrlends,
and visitors to tll e;ty. in ons,quente of the
largely inereas.,el ilem old fore or:fort:011e dining
ne nos jus• added two additional rooms
for their aecommodatl. n.
Pinner a , :d other Inc Is will I , e farnisb , .l to
order. In ars': ci is's cl., with :di the dr It ca ete
a
of the ..,ear oar, setved •
by actin ire waiters.
Pure Ice crt trot's. choice catifectionor3
and fanev cakes Fuoplied to order. Parties,
i7eddmgs • Festivals, and Meals for special cc
cos:ohs. flirty:4lrd as canal n silo t
every rect:sil.l point. equal to the tr.ost approv.
ed• Eastern
Slo allay. 01,.•her4 h O stern In ere , ys'yle de
sired..wi h other erasonable relishes, prepared
to salt tip , . most f4st• epicaers.
43/-The attention of visitors to the
Meeting of he American Board of Com
missioners of Porcign !missions, cora
,nieneing Tuesday next; and the public
*generally, is resoyetfully called to the
foregoing arragements for their com
fort.
BILLIARDS,
(KUNZ'S BUILDING;)
68 Eynithfield Street,
-(Formerly occupied by 'obn Kennedy,) has
been le.ased for a term of 3 ears by
GEORGE R. BENNETT,
And Fitted Up in the Best Manner.
FIVE NEW TABLES
Have been placed In the
:;'BILLIARD HALL.
The Bar is Stocked
WITH THE
BEST OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS
'FATAL rilEt. .10 _IE
New Goods !
New Goods !
MA °RUE& CARLISLE'S
No. 27 Fifth Avenue,
Nr.w DRESS TRIMMINGS,
FRINGES, GIMPS AND
BUTTONE NPW bA4EI AND
BOW RIBBONS THE LATEST
NOVELTIES IN HATS. NEW
STLYKS E;MBRoIDERIES.
NOVELTIES IN LACE GOODS
GLOVES AND HOSIERY
A complete assortment for Fall
MERINO kND WOOL
Shirts and. Drawers,
ALL HINDS AND SIZES.
ZEPHYRS. RA.LMORAL AND
FANCY . YARN. KNIT SHAWLS,
CLOAK HOOPS. NUTII.)NB AND
FANCY GOODS.
Merchants at d Deals rs supplied at low prices
MAORUM & CARLISLE,
No. 27'
FIFTH AVENUE.
TIM SIAM MIGAZINE.
A MONTHLY of Reoreatlon and Instruction.
Profusely 1 1•ustrated. Edited - by Rev. T 00111.113
GUTHRIE. L.D.
Just Isened, THE OCTOBER NUMBER. com
mencing a New Volume.
CONTENtirii.
I. EPISODES OP AN OB,CUHE LIVE. Being
Experiences .n the Tower Ham eta. Part I By
a CtJPATE.
bOlEit ' HARVEST THOUGHTS. By Rev
J. 0. DYKES.
111. MY ►tOTHEB'3 KNEE. A Poem. By
Bev. JOHN Moues Lt. LL.D. Illustrated.
IV. THE BaINBOW. A Poem. By Bev.
JOHN MONSELL, LL.D. Illustrated.
V. BIINDAId ON THE CONTINENT. By
the ED.rrost.l
yI..MIRD OF JOY. A. Poem. By Rev. HENRY
DOITNION - . Illustrated.
YLI. ON THE .MIRACLES #)F OUR LORD.
IstrOductlon. 1. Turning the Water Into Wine.
By GEORGE MACDONALO. LC. D. Illustrated
VIII. THE COMPANIONS OF ST. PAUL.
BARNABAS. By ..lottsr 8. HOWSON, D. D.
Ulu s
IX. UPWARD GLANCES. Recent Revels.
tious in Astronomy. No. I. By Rev. C. Turren•
Ann.
X IMMORTALITY BROUGHT TO LIGHT.
A. Poem. By A. L. WADING. Illustrated.
XI. Tor. STRUGGLE IN FERRARA.. Chap
ters I. and 11. By WILLIAM HILBERT. With
Pour Illustrations.
XII. HOW TO STUDY THE OLD TESTA
MENT. T. e Departure from Egypt. By W.
LINDSAY ALA:CANDI:II. D.l).
. Xil. TH t•OhTBAIT OR CHARITY. AS
PRESENTED BY BT. PAUL. By WILLIAM
HANNA. D.D. Illustrated.
XIV. QUESTIONS WHICH ARE ALWAYS
TURNING UP. I. Ihe Spirit of yellglons Fac
. zon. By Rev. Prof. WILLIAM MILLIGAN.
! For sale by all Polodlcal Dealers.
TERMS. OF THE SUNDAY MAGAZINE.
Yearly Subscription, $3.50. Single Number,
.30 cents. -
CLTB .
RAMS, per annum—Two Copies for
16.163; Three Copies for s9; Drive Copies for
14, Ten Copies _for 625.
THE SUNDAY MAGAZINE and LIPPINCOTT'S
'MAGAztxa, to one address $6.50 per annum.
SPECIMEN NUMBERS mailed to any address on
receipt of 25 cents.
Subscribers will pl ass be careful to give their
Tostothce address in ,u 7 l.
A FULL risoseitcrus. with Premium List,
will be mailed on application. Address
J. A. LIPPINCOTT & CO., Ptiblishers,
H 5 AND 717 HAMM ST., PHILA.
oc2:sm
r,IIVSPAPEII FREE.-Coal
Miners; and per.ons desiring. I 'Western
meiand others, can is area spiel t r i rili Panel
rt
ixx POE BIZ norms by _NM name and
Postotnee address
fiardaer, 11Wm* to GAIADNEB OU
31 RNAL :nsIS
THE BOY WHALER
The Young Rovers,
THE
ROST EXCITING SEA STORY
EVER PUBLISHED,
Commenced This Week in No. 49
NEW YORK WEEKLY,
Now Ready.
THE BOY WHALER
Was wrltteu expressly for the
NEW YORK WEE I KLY,
By Leon Lewis,
Author of "The 'r firer Ship "The Wat..r
Wolf. , "The Boy Magi ciao, " etc.
THE BOY WHALER,
Now Ready In No. 4.9 of the
NEW YORK WEEKLY,
Cottalns the most VIVI4I des^rlptlons of strange
adventures on land anti sea, In most of which the
City F.nrfneer
THE BOY WHALER,
Takes a prothinPnt part. and by his daring deeds
proves tamst.lf toe personinvation of juvenile
bravery. Every boy should read the eXCaltlg
'story of
THE BOY WHALER,
Whi h isinst commenced In No. 49 of the
NEW YORK WEEKLY.
And every young woman also Lhould read
THE BOY. WHALER,
•
IN THE
NEW YORK WEEKLY,
For the female mind will he enrapthred with the
lovely heroine, ihe charming i IL] hAIVItENCE,
who shares the fortunes and trials of
THE BOY WHALER,
The current Issue (No. *9) of the
Greatest Story and Sketch Pa
per in the World,
ThE
NEW YORK WEEKLY,
Eibonhl be purchased ky parpnta and read to their
utaldien for the great tory 91
THE BOY WHALER,
Shows that although virtue may for a time be un
able to cope w.th villainly, it will In the el:L.l'l.e
triumphant.
NEW YORK - WEEKLY
Takes pleasul'e i¢ preseutlug to the public the
great story of
THE , BOY WHALER
For It 15 undoubtedly the masterpiece of Us
author, and Was written expressly for the •
N EW YORK WEEKLY.
BOYS! BOYS! BOYS!
Eve ry boy who delights to isad of daring deed
and thrilling adventures will linger in atitulra
Lion over tile story of
THE BOY WHALER,
Now ready in No. 49 of the
NEW YORK WEEKLY,
And for sae by Every sews Agtiat id the
- Country..'
PRICE Ex CENTS nit Con.
Don't Forget to Buy NO. 49
NEW YO RK WE E KLY,
Which c.ntatn6 the. commencement of
THE BOY WHALER.
oU-y~•un F
ATTRACTIVE
COMPLETE
Colored Silks,
Irish Poplins,
French Poplins,
BATES & BELL'S•
se29:mWr
ALPERT & KOHLER,
Manufacturers and Dealers In BOOTS, BRORB
AND GAITERS, No. 38 Market street, Pitts
btrgb. 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 scd Shoes for persons
troubled with Corns, Bunions or delormed feet,
under the personal superasion of our Mr. AL
PERT, formerly of Allegheny City, wbo will be
pleased to see his old customers again. We have
adopted Mr. Alpert's mode of measuring the
foot, by which we can be safe in warranting easy
and comfortable Boot. and shoes for the tender
eat feet. Give us atrial and be convinced.
ALPERT & ROEMER,
aull•cal 38 Market street Pittsburgh. Pa.
FOR WEDDING PRESENTS
GO TO
WATTLES & SBEAFER'&
Tpey are receiving a very fine assortment or
Solid Silver and Plated Ware
SUITABLE FOR WEDDING . PRESENTS,
Which whit be sold low
101 NIFT/1 ALVENVEs
: GH GAZEI fE MONDAY, - 0
OR THE
OF THE
young hero,
THE
MEM
Price&
AND
i.ASSORTIENTS
-
OF _
LE3
♦bore Smithfield Street.
OFFERED
WILL I A M
FEDERAL STREET,
WATERPROOF CLOTH
At Si 1-2 Cents,
WATERPROOF CLOTH
AT 81.00.
ALL WOOL
WHITE BLANKETS, FULL SIZE
At $3,50 a Pair.
At (3 1-4 Cents,
FAIR LINEN TOWELING.
At 12 1-2 Cents,
EXTRA WIDE TOWELING.
At 12 1-2) Cents,
Good Canton Flannel.
ALL THE por-u
CI P" up 3E-I
WiIOI 1 SM
1. 1. INDERSON & SONS,
Book- and Job Printers,
67 AND . 69, FIFTH AVENUE,
Dispatch Building, Pittsburgh.
extra rounu of Typ. aid Preii
1 , ,r the HAVIL2,t xecutlou
PAPER BOOKS, .
Would reshectfu:ly solicit the Datrowge of the
leicts traterulry.
Those who favor us with their orders, eau rely
on having them done NEATA.,Y, and
AT THE TIME AGREED ON.
All Kinds of
ELECTION PRINTINC
PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
set:7:o9
S ECURITY AND (,COMFORT for the traveling ccmmunity.
J. B. HARRIS
Safety Fire Jacket, Car Heater and
.TIOPER.ITOR.
'For Smoke and Rot Air Flues, dispensing vigil
the use of stoves sod tires In or about the PaF Ben
lifer or Baggage Cars, with the attachment to
graduate the heat to any temperature that may
be desired without tee possibility of tiring the
car or cars to which the Jacket mar be attached.
Having obtained of the United ditties Letters
Patent for a Safety Jacket,' which Is warranted
to resist the most\ Intense heat that may be ap
plied to it In tae position and purpose for which
It Is Intended.
It is a sure protection from accidents by fire,
originating from defective flues or where Iron
pipes are used as conductors fur smoke or heat.
It is applicable to all piping that may become
overheated. and Is warranted to give perfect sat
isfaction where wood or other combustible mate
rial may be placed in close proximity thereto,
all now ready to apply my invention to stores,
dwellings, factories, ships„ steamboats, railroad
Cars, etc. V. herev-e pipes as conductors are
made dangerous by being overheated sud secu
rity desired, I will send on application right to
manufacture or use the above Invention. Also
Territorial rights to such as may wish to engage -
In rteUting Privileges either by State or county.
J. 13. BARRIS.
Ofllce at the "NE PLUS ULTRA PAINT
WORKS." corner of Morris street and the Alle
gheny Valley Railroad, 'twelfth ward. Pitts
barge, Pa. Jy18:1Mel
FOR SALE.
;sear the Borough ot Freedom, Beaver county,
and 3 minutes walk from station on Ft. Wayne
aad Chicago Railroad. a small FAIIYI of 516
acres with - 200 fruit trees and more than 1110
grape: vines, ad bearing and of choicest varie
ties; a three story Frame house with 10 rooms,
large Barn ?cc. This propel ty Is o ff ered 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 home, Is seldom
offered to a man with limited means.
For particulars inquire at
SI Grant Street, first floor,
sea TUSTIN At KLEE.
ELEGANT
PAPER - HANGINGS.
Enameled Wall Papers le plain tints imper
vious to soot and smoke. Vermillion grounds
with gold and inlaid figures. EMBOSSED VEL
VETS, INDIA TABESTRY, GREEK PANELS
stamped and printed gold.
Newly imported and not to be found elsewhere
In the country. For sale at
W. P. MARSHALL'S
NEW WALL PAPER STORE,
191 Liberty Street.
ESTABLISHED 1825.
H. I.IIOBY ALBZBY HUSBY.
H. }TIGHT dr. CO.,
Importers and dealers In
China, Glass & Oueensware,
Pine Plated Ware, Table Cutlery, Castors,
Walters and Brittonea Ware.
No. 189 LIBERTY STREET,
• 1/15 - W doors above Sixth street, (late fit. Clair.)
t. 11,—elass Ware engraved to order on short
notice. • au3B:a3o
nEMEDIT-100 bible Louisville
7 4,./ ItydrlKlD3 CMOS% al2
J
J. B Mile by
. O.IINIMILD
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
THIS DAY
SEMPLE'S
No. 180
and 182
ALLEGHENY 01711
EXTRA BARGAINS IN
New Dress Gopds,
New Shawls and Skirts
Housekeeping Dry Goods
Ladies', Gents and Children's
EADERIVEAR AND HOSIER
Special Attention Directed to
BLANKETS,
MAR BARGAINS
DAY
AND rt]Err.A.ir,
PROCLAMATION.
-•
City of Allegheny, as:
1, SiMON DRUM. Mayor In and Tor the City
of Allegheny. do issue this, try' Proclamation,
that on tile tifiCOND TL1i1)...1 OF OCTOBER,
A. D. 1S61), being the 11ith day of the month,
the freemen of said city. qualitied to vote for
members of the House of Representatives of this
ontinonwt Mill. will Inert at their several places
of bottling the elections In their reipectlve wards
and elect by lialiot tne following members of
.t.elret and Common Conan lls toget tier who one
pers.wi to serve as Maror for two years, and one
pl-rbon to serve as Director of the Poor fur three
earn.
Toe elector; or the Flit Ward of the City of
Allc li. ut, to meet st t..c Puldic School from, to
sato tear I. a lid e .7c one Illelllll, r I Select Colt
cif and ten members of Common Council,
Toe electors of the Ward of the City of
A leKl:cnc to meet at the Public :: , ellOOl House in
said Ward, and elect one - member of Select Coun
cil and liree me in th ri of Common Council.
the elec tors of the Third Ward, of trie C ty of
Allerfilenv, to meet at the Public School House
in the dist precinct and at the house of tieerae
Gertt lu the Stel,llll precinct, In sal i Ward. and
t.ee: one member -of Select Council and four
members or common Council.
Thwelectors or the Fourth V. Cite of Atte
tflomy. to meet at the Public School - House In
the nrst precinct. and at the boos. of Mr. Gor
don In the second precl. c •• In said Ward,and elect
One member of Select Council and four members
of Common Council.
The electors of ,the . Fiftb ward. City of Alle
ghenv. to meet aCtne PubPc School House lu
said iVard,aud elect one membe- of Select Coon
ctt two members of Common I ounrll.
Le electors of the Sixth Ward. City of Alle
gheitY, will meet In the Public School Hotite In
salt! Ward. and elect one memb -r of Select Coun
cil wad two members of Common Council.
The ele ccors of the Seventh ward. City of Alle
gheny, will nett at the ho act of Lutz A NI - slz in
sold ward, and elect one member or Select Coun
cil and two members of Common CO ,, UC.U.
he electors of the Eighth Ward. Cl yof Alle
gheny', trill meet at the Public School lionae In
said Ward. and elect one no mner of Select Coun
cil awl two no mttera of Common Con cit.
In testimony I have beYeurito set my hand and
seal or the said City of All, alteny. title Isth day
of hy ptember, A. EL 1809.
SEMOS DRUM, Mayor.
ie:•9:p4
ROCK THE BABY
IN.
EARNEST'S PATENT CRIB.
BOLD ONLY BY •
LEMON & WEISE.
Practical Furniture Manufacturers ) &e n
118 VOII7IITI-31A.171E11111:M.
Where mss, be timid a Fill assortment. of Far.
or. Chamber and Kitchen Furniture. dell
B. Y. it'COWAti J. B. IVE.OWN.
R. M. McCoIVAN & CO.,
Boulevard Pavers,
Office, No. 65 OHIO ST., ALLEGHENY.
Orders left at GAZETTE OFFICE, PittebUigh,
prompt!! attended to.
Pave Sidewalks, Cellars, Taal Yards,
Drives, *c.
Warranted against chsnges of heat and cold.
RELTZEINCES —MEE. Mo „ rhead, nl Lyo Shorb.
4E
Body Patterson. Wm. Park, es N. Long &
, Son, Hartley & McKee, Andtrson's & Maxwell,
Aiken & Campoell. Isaac Craig. jyI6:mZEI
G EO. B. MILTENBERGER,
SOLE AGENT FOR
KEDEIIVE RELIABLE WATER FILTER
No. 230 - Pena Street,
HIL LYON,
*
&tabu: of Weights and Meanies,
Ofilee—No. if FOURTH AVENUE, Pittsburgh.
Capt. JOHN MEMNER, Deputy, Pittsburgh
Market.
Lieut. 080. B. MCNULTY, Deputy, Alle
gheny Market.
KEYSTONE POTTERY,
Q M. KIER & CO.,
•a• Mannacturers o
Quarasswaux. paurroz. wafts as.
office and Warehouse, 363 LIBERTY STREET
/WAD order' nrometly attended to.
STILIT DIIILL—Came to the
residence of tho undersigned. on Wednes-
day, September 29th, a
LARGE DARK BROWN MULE, MARE.
The ower Is requested to come after her, pay
charges and take her away. B. MUTH, HA
Smitelleld street
OFFICE or THE PITTSINJUGLI Gas COMPANY,
PITTSBURGH, °debar LINGO. ;
TAR.—On and after this date
and until further notice, the price of Coal
Tar wilt he TWO DOLLALS PZIt BABEL. •
By orderof the Board of Trustees . .
elzpl9 W • IifeCLIELL AND, Treasurer.
101711 AL,lante
V V elerreianit 'White Lime; SOO Ws Eastern
40 4 tbi tale b 7
EMANUEL%
OEER 4, 1869.
New Oassimeres.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTBN.
FLANNELS.
PITTSBUIIGII, PA,
POLITICAL.
Csr - TWENTY-FIRST WARD.-
- The Republicans of the TWENTY
FIRST WARD will meet at their WIGWAM,
next TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3th, at 7 o'clock
P. M., for till nomination of ward olllcera.
EcEry one is requested to attend.
oc2:pfa PETER. KLESIAN. Chm'n,
PRIMARY ELECTION
RepublicanßTH WARD.—AL a meeting of the
cloz.tis of the Fourth ward, I'lits
burgh. held at the school house on Tuesday even.
lug, S±pt. 28th. le‘was Resolved, That the Fri
ma_u Election for ward offic.fs te held at the
SCHOOL
HOUSE. on „MONDAY EVENING.
o
OCTOBER 4th, between the licurs of 4 and 8
0c23 'clock.
J. D. OWENS.
Ci'alrman.
W'MASS MEETING OF THE
FRIENDS', OF TEMPERANCE AND
REFORM and the Independent Voters cf Aqe
gheny, county, at CITY HALL. on TUESDAY:
October 6th, at o'clock P. x. The Commis•
stoners of Allegheny county, the lawyers and
leaders of the Republican and Democratic par
tie?, the rank and file of all parties, and every
citizen who wishes to understand the questions
inyoeved In the election of County Commissioner
are Incited to be present. The meeting will be
addressed by Col. J. B. Clark, David Kirk, Esq.,
and S. T. Kennedy. ' se3n:pl3
ATTENTION,
Executive Committee and Vigilance
Committees.
The tcem ,, ers of' the Republican Executive
Committee io• Alleyheny County, are requested
to meet at 11 o'ciock A M., on TUESDAY.° c
toter rith, at CITY HALL. A full meeting Is
dekfred.
At the same time and place, the Chairmen of
the Republican Vigilance Committees of the dif
ferent districts throughout the county, and as
many members of each of said Vigilance Corn•
mlttees as can attend, are earnestly requested
and expected to be present.
Business of great importance will he 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
lance Coma lttees as can attend will be on baud.
By order of the Commit tee.
W.S. FURTIANCE, Chairman.
WALTER S. 3feCUNE . :,
Col. (4EO IVIoRGAN,. ISeeretarles.
rgrGRAND REPUBLICAN
MASS MEETING
AT
CITY HALL .
•
On Monday, October 4th,
At o'clock. The meeting will be addressed by
Hon.. JOHN . SCOTT,
U. S. SENATOR FROM' PENNSYLVANIA.
Hon. H. BUCHER SWOPE,.
Hon. G. A: GROW.
Campaign. Geary and Glee Clubs are earnestly
invitee' to attend.
Turn out trt.tnasee to welcome these able and
eloquent sp.akero-
JOHN S ,A.MBIE, Chairman.
J. S. FEEiGUSON. Secretary. et3o:cit
arGRA.ND REPUBLICAN
MASS MEETING
AT CITY# HALL,
On, Wednesday, October 6th, .1869,
At TS o'clock P. se . . be'addressed by
Hon. SAMIJEL GALLOWAY.
'OF OHIO.
Turn out Camp , iirn and Geary Clubs :
JOHN S. LAMBIE, Chairman.
J. S. FERGUSON, Secretary. oc4
IZO'''BEPUBLICAN MEETING
AT THE
HOUSE OF J. M. SCHLESSMAN
On the Waspington Pike, la Union Tp..
Qn Monday Evening, October 4th,
At 7' 2 o'clock. The m , ettngwlll be addrelsed by
W. C. MOREL ANO.
MILES n.
W S. 3ICCUNE. Esq.
A Glee Club from Tempensnceellle will be In
attendance.
By order of Committee on Speakers and Meet
ings. sE39:p9
INDEPENDENT TEMPER.
ANCE CANDIDATIC.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
ISAIAH DICKEY.
ans:ne,
LOAN.
MONEY T 4) LOAN.-$2O 000
to loan on Band and Mortgage 1n large
or small amounts,
THOMAS ff. PETTY,
8111, Bond ardßeal Estate Broker,
No. 179 Smithfield 'Greet
RED AND
FIRE BR ICH
PRESSES, CLAY TEMPERINU MA-
CHINES and BRICK MAKER'S TOOLS mann-
factured st No. 309 South Fifth street, StUrs-
elphla, Pa
TORN PEC :
PHAIR WOR "
83 Market street.
Always on
dies , WIGS R AN
wute,__TOPklCB.
BRACELETZ. de.
will be given for
Ladles , and Genii
In the nestig', manna
ORNAMENTAL
ittabo
• ANrib. D PERFUMER, 2.c.
eneral assortment of La,
' CURLS; DontSemen's
lALPS, *WARD CHAINS,
..,,r i tsr Prlce In cub
51Mii0E11
OTICE.-W 1
have admitted
J. W. COOK
A member of our firm, to
date from August, la
1669.
es=
HESS, SMITH & CO
3
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Cheap Bilge,
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Cheap Flamm
Cheap Has
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WANTEID—RELP.---AT EM.
PLOYMENT OPFICM E N o. Clair
Street, BOYS GIRLS and , fo r dtterent
kinds of employment. Persons wanting help
of all kinds can be sturlled on abort notice.
WANTED. --A, good SINGER
SEWING - MACHIE to exchange for
Dressing Bureaus, or Bureau and Washstand.
Ynoulre at 1. 1 1 Worth Avenue. 41legheny.
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OST.—On the St. Clair Street
Suspension Bridge, or Federal. Street, a
G9LD PEN AND PENCIL. A liberal reward
Rill te glrrn If returned to No. 12 Stockton
Avenue. Alb-irbenv City.
FOUND—On Wednesday mom-
ING, twos leliesrleton's yore, in the Di
amond. a POCKET BOOK, containm,g a sum of
m•me , , which the ner can hate by calling at
this ~ ince and describing the money and pocket
ok.
TO LET.
TO -LET--RO OM A furnished
Room.sultab7e for one or two sin,ie gentle
men. Te 12113 reasonable Inquire at 113 Second
avenue.
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BALE.—One-halfF O R of a
valuable PATENT
housesennvni. A.
Email article used In all A chance for a k a
active young - man With a few hundred dollars
Address PATENT. Postoftlee Box 690.
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'von SALE.--SOUTEI AVENUE
.12 RESIDENCE. Altegheny City. Lot Is 28
feet by 150 to a 20 feet alley: house contains 11
rooms, good cellars. gas toronzhout and finished
In good orcer. Apply to CROFT PHILLIPS,
Hem VetntA AP.TIIS, NO 1 39 Vonrth Ayen,e.
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Dolt SALE.—Rnsinesa stand
_22 on Chestnut street, Allegheny City, has t
been used as a bakery a 1 confectionary fora
k ..
number of years, and Is w occupied as such
Willi a good custom. This san opening seldom
offered, and a practical ma can do a number one
business. Terms easy and satisfactory reasons
for selling— Apply to CLIJF &, PHILLIrr3,No.
139 Fourth avenue-
FOR SALE .— LOON HERE 1,..a2
, ..a2 CHEAP FARM . one mile from a Station on
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ttte C, t P. R. H., in Je .rson county, Ohlo,
cmiaining 110 acres Pr 0 LY *JS net acre:
Wood Imrrovements , good wa er, underlaid with
coat. and In a good neith ..rhood. .Ilusr BE
SOLD. Terms easy. If you ant a cheap firm
home don't tan to call too at thN Heal Estate
°dice of ChOFT & PHILLIP., No. 139 Fourth
avenue.
VOlt : 1 41...t.--EltUl" FARM and
HOME. containing 13 a. res. 1d mites from
the cite limits and 4 miles from a Station on the
A. V. R. R.; good house. stale, &c ; S an acre
in gripes. Ail kinds or fruits from a currant •o
an apple. The Imnroveme is and fruits are
worth all that is asked for th • propel ty; ft acres
underlaid with c , at; every are tll.able; soli
ma , l r lo a an i r i tly p r . ..m t iz t )
, ;( t d a TE t
_VIK 7 t o o .
139 Mullah Avenue.
kat- s "' Ali ACRE "ILL PER
calve, CHASE a desirabl: Farm of 100 acres
Columbiana county. Onto 4- miles from Enon.
•:tatiou. P.. P. %V. S. C. R. Can work crery
loot of thc land t yme chlnery: all second bettcm
land; 'comfortable Improwmtnts. good water.
&c. This property is lceateit In what mlent he
called the Garden of Eastern Ohio. Land around
this sell for +lOO per acre. Cannot fall to
please a good farmer. Terms easy. A poly to
CROPT PHILLIPS,
No. 139 Feu rth.p.venue.
Volt SALE.—..SHOP ON NORTH
..A2 ASEN U ALEGIinNY CITY.
by Jas.
building. 3S x7 Ofeet is 'being used by Jas.
Godfrey & Co. as a manfactnring establishment.
One of the members of the flrwishing to retire
from business on account o poor health, we
it
have decided to close out th s part of the busi
ness t a 'bargain. Also go I will of Steam
Pow r (3-to 10 borer power ) tools and Machin
elsinerv: would make a good wagon maker short;
lot 60i100 feet. on 5 year= leate. For fttrther
particulars it.quire at No. 41- tibia street, Alto-
gneny. Pa.
FOR SALE-10 AcRES, LESS
or more,l Valle,, township, Allegheny
couty. All R. 11.1 rues through it.
Two hundred yards from station. Frame house
of six rooms. and good stable. and all other ne
cessary out-bu tidings: orchard lot 100 bearing
fruit trees, of all kinds; good garden, grape ar
bor, and geoseberrles-and curra. ts; 445.000
worth of rock, quarry opened; will suit for rest
dences or manufacturing establishments; coal `•
under entire place; good Indications of oil; -
deepest water and best landing on the river; all
well fenced. Inquire of A. B. SEIM on the
premises.
VOR SALE.—A.
d esirable real
denceon Prospect st.ear Butler St, t sth
ward; lot 75/xllO feet. Also, a fine layse, first
class STORE BOOM and DWELLINO of 5
Poems and good cellar on Butler St.. 17th ward.
An eacell.nt stand for lanslnass; lot 511x130
feet. A DOUBLE BRICE DWELLING on 41st
St., 17th ward; lot 85'100 feet on A.V. B. R.
Also a number of Houses and Lots from $B5O
up to $lO,OOO.
Also, GREAT. BiII:MATES IN BLOOMFIELD.
10th ward; lots 20x.137 feet for $602. Ten
years to pay. Two years allowed for first pay
ment woen ttc person wants to nand. Inquire
of D. 5. WIALI CRS, Real IfstateAnd Insurance-
Agent, Butler ot., 17th ward, opposte tt.Johns
Episcopal church. ce4 p3l
FM SALE.
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HOUSE D LOT, No. 54 Tames street;
House. new frsme. contains 7 rooms and store
room; also Frame Shop on rear of lot; shop 17x
28 feet; the lot 1. 20 by 100 feet; is a splendid
place for a grocer, baker or butcher; will be sot/
heap.
riOl7:'ES AND LOTS fronting on Pleasant
Valley P. ft. It.: bosses each contain 6 roomy;
lots are 17 by 200 feet
2 Hmises and Lots on Fleming street; 4 lots
on Robinson Road. reventh
HOUSE AND LOT In Salem. Ohio; 6 aeres or
ground In Reserve townsh ID t. 2 lots on Freemont
street. Other Houses and Lots in good localities..
Inquire of
S. P. MILLER
M. WHITMORE.
Real Estate Agent, corner Ohio and Sandualry
street. Allegheny.
DERSONAL.—AII persons seek , •
L 1103IES, or investments In Real Ea
tate. will save time, trouble and money by_pro
curing_ a copy of the “PITTSBUIttiIff NEAL
ESTATE NE6ISTEtt." It is given awaynitATUl
or will be Eent by mall razz to any requesting It.
Perform cannot WI to get suited oat of the
list it contains. CROFT & PRILLIPU, Pno
llahers and Real Estate Agents, No, 139 Fourth
avenue.
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Cheap Shawls.
Cheap Cloaks,
Cheap - Blankets,
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: licos,
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16. 0— .NOTICES--"To-Let," "For Sale,"
" Lo st , ""Wants,"“Found,""Boarding,"
&c., not exceeding FOUR LINES, will
be inserted in these columns once for
TWENTY-F./VT CENTS; eath addi
/lona/ /file F 2 E CENTS. •
WANTED-HELP
IVANTED.-A GOOD PHOTO-
GRAPHE ft, to rent a tit w suite of routtis
built expressly for a first C 11.1. 1, PhO. ogranh Gal
lery. for further Information apply at No. 175
Wood street. Pltuburgh, pa.
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ANTED,—A 1301/ 12 to 15
Wyelra of age to asstst In a Grocery Store In
Allegheny. Adoreas C. A.. Allegheny.
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WANTS.
LOST.
FOUND
FOR SALE
Cheap Suits,
Cheap drabs,
Cheap- Quilts,
Cheap Towels,
Cheap Shirt Fronts,
Cheap Randk'ft,
Cheap Hosiery,
r • Cheap Gloves,
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