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MEMME
VOL. 132.
PUBLISHED MID EDITED BY
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* ,L. HARPER,
• 'N. TV. corner of Wood and FUlh Sts,
TEasss.—Five dollars a 'year, payable in •advance.
%a , dollars will invariably be required if not paid
ithin the year. •
lingle copies, Two ctrris—for sale at the counter
he Office, and by News Boys.,
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NEE DI AND MANEFICTIIIIER
1., Di.
. 1 ..... - ,hed at the same office, on a double medium
'''''''' TWO DOLLARS a year, in advance; sin
g.'"i`rsix cr.:as:
,
~ -• `' , T erms of Advertising, 1 ,
0111 s trxer Or rwrt.vr. LINES oft LESS. '
'DIM 4 7" 1 , 1 : 13 . 4) ‘, :: $0 50 One month, • $5 00
6
Thren,,. '-• . 75 Two do, ~, 600
Otte wk . 1 00 Three
,do, • ; 7, 00
Two dd:' ".„ 1.50 Four do, 800
- Three do;; . , ' ' '.3 00 Six do, i 10 00
' 4 %. f • . •1 : ~, OO One year, 1 15.00
- 117r ' 7 '41;eer tleemenesv ='
... - • ARCM.,
O ne S im....
.. .E AT rt.r.ttsuar.. ! •
Ilig month, , - ' , .., i 5 4 TWO Squarer.
'One year, 7 . 0 Six months, ; $2O 00
- .Larder adrertis eiztnti3 L tne year, .30 00
' gr Caning of four 1. 4 " roportion.
-,%--. f. notions a year.
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. Joieph C. -- - .
- A TTORNEY AT LAW, bin, ,
xi& i N i, on 4th lat., betwecon!h".Y laciVe build
-1 itan d Smithfield
3treet9.
' nov 13-y
al
_ - John Gong
ATIVRIIEY AT LAW, Offic. ,
•twee% Grant and Smithfield, Ruin °L.„,, "
itts.
ourgb, Pa. also attend -prenipa‘ si n
kg adjoining counties. PumnPgs in
igcricti. paw )11ACElidlt
lltagehan &• Shannon
-TTORNEYS and Counsellors at Law., m
XI. Pa Sentth strict, betweeh Wood and
and *early, opposite the Mayor's office. ;
•• winiammairahon, .
ATTORNEY AT LAW and Solicitor in Chan •
Office in Bares new building, Fifth street,
%Yeah Wood and Smithfield. augit
Maigraw & • _
TToRNEYS AT LAW, oirice removed to the
residence of H. S. MagraN, on Fourth st,one
.or front . Cherry Aliey. 421-y
Wilts d Donnelly,
ATTORNEYS Ant , COUNSELLORS A.T-
Pittsburgb, Fe O ffi ce on Fourth St:, between
mithSeld And - Grant. • : •merDt-y
• Edmund Snowdei_zi
A -TTOANEY . AT LAW, office in the tiaildidg on
A L : the North East corner of Pourth and Smithfield
. .
streeta.. novll.l
Ho k in oa & Brace,
i
~TTORNEXS AT LAW, o ffi ce North side o.
i...Fiatsstreet, between Wood and Smithfield sis.,
ttstiargh, Pa.. Collections- Made -on reasonable
Serum . - . - - clee4-y
R. 31orroir,
FLDERlttittlf,. office north side of Filth. street,
AL; between Wood and. Smithfleid,Tittsfitugh..
leplo-5 , - - -;
" Andrew Burke,.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, office, Smithfield street,
.betweee Fourth street and Diamond Alley,'op
posite Mr. Geo. Weyman's tobacco manufactory - .
apl6-y
James Callan, .
AwTTORNEY AT LAW, office in the chambers
occupied by Aldennan APMasters, on Fifth Et.,
eeroWood - end Smithfield. •••- a • F. •
• •
&
SAND COTiNSELLORS AT LAW,
.1•3• I• . •
- ttere"o - a'a Livery Stable, Pittsburg
Forward & Swartzsielder,.
TTORNEYS AT LAW, Fourthstreet between
.tl,_ Wood and Smithfield, opposite Patteisoals liv
„sty stable. ep:7-y
George Giliznore,
. A TTOItNEY AT LAW, Office in Breed's build
jay lug., 4th et., above Wood, Pittsburgh, Pa.
• -
C.Orlando Loomis, '
A TTORWEY;
AT LAW, office Fourth qt., above
; Smithfield: - julyi-y
Removal.
A BEELENIas removed his commission and for
„ri. warding business from the Canal Bakin to his
new warehouse-en Thirdetreet, nearly opposite the
'Post. ,01fice. • may3o-y
• latehard Cowan,
A TTOENEY AT LAW, office in Stuart's build
111L
Inge, Four& st.., above Wood. junel9.-dwy
Jeka W. itnrrell,
ATTORNEY 1,4 W, haring returned from
his European tour has taken an office on the
, north - east corner of Fourth and Smithfield sts. Per
sons having had basiness and papers in the hands o
Simnel Kingston, Esq., deceased, will' call on the
above, as all the' unsettled business of Mr. Kingston
has been left in his hands, marsl
Char/es N. Hays.
TTORNEY AT LAW, Pittsburgh, Pi. Corn
missbner to take the proof and acknOwledge,
meat of deeds, leases, contracts, deposites or other
writings, to be .recorded or used in the States of
Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee. Office No. 80,
Stuart's buildings, Fourth street. • :rnarl2-y
James 8. Craft,
A .TTORNEY,' COUNSELOR AND NOTARY,
1 - 1 Pittsburgh,. Pa., having resigned the office of
ecretary P. NaV. and Fire Ins. Co., will attend spe
• cially - to collections and business connected with
navigation, insurance, accounts and real estate. Bu
• nines, hours, 9 A. M..to' 9 P. M. Office, No. I,
Stuart , s bnildingS, (No. scr; Fourth st.,) seccind, door
east of Wood street. ; febal
Edwin C. Wlison, ' . .
~.
TTORNEY , AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Franklin, Venango county, Penna.,. will attend
pmaptly to all business entrusted to his estre,...,-col
.ficticAus made in Warren, Clarionand Jefferson.co. , s.
LA. Stockton St-Co. , 1
Murphy, Wilson & Co. Pittsbuigh..
;John Bigler,
- Hon. James Kinnear, . - c ,...,,,,L
. 114 m, Alm M , Calmont, ''''""'",
j
.; , • lion. James WiNon,Stenitenf le, Ohio.; juy23l
John A. Parkinson,
A MERMAN, Fifth Ward, Penn street, between
.„Lisi Walnut and, 09liara streets, where he may be
ound at all times. Those having liOusei or other
prePorty to sell or rent, can have the same punctu
ally attended to; debts collected, and all the duties_
of an Alderman will receive protopt attention. '
N. Holimos'& Son,
ANK.E.ItS and dealers in - Foreign and Domestic
Dills of Exchange certiflcates of deposit, bank
cotes and-specie . Drlits and notes collected, and
, emittances „made to any part elf , the ,United- States,
55 Market street. • jan7-y
Johnston & Stockton, •
siOKSELLERS; PRINTERS AND PAPER MA-
JlOO KERS, No. 114 Market street. scp 10-y
Scrlba Sakeabler,
OOKSELLERS, STATIONERS AND BINDERS,
.D .
.310, N0..115 Wood street, three doors . . below Filth,
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Pittsburgh, Pa. •' -.--. - - • '-- . ' janl.y
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JAnies P.atterson, Jry
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VIVNER of Flirt and Ferry streets, Pittsburgh,
•WO- P 5..., manufacturer of locks, hinges and bolts,
tobsece; Mill and timber screws, - `h.Ousen
'crews for rolling inn's, tcc. isepttLy
MOCummlns, Smithikeld st., above, T4lrd,
DALER in . Loom -Findings, embracing all the
Wants of Rand and Power Loom Manilfacture
in all branches. Also: Looking Glass Plates, Clocks,
Frames, Glass, Pictures and Variety Goods. novlB-y
. ' ' ' • - 1117 in. A- W ord, ' I
ENTIST, has' removed to the place of hill for
' iner residencein Penn street, voo doombelow
resin. '
- ~aplB-y
Edgar- Thorn's
TtRUG; and 'ly Medicine Store, corner ot
"jr_f . Penn and Hand-streets, Pittsburgh,"Paq Phy
'.ayeikna, preacriptiond accurately compongied:' Medi
einea cantte had at all - bouts of the day ornight.„
jan2l-y
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J. Crawford, I. 11,
RESPTCTFULLY tenders his services to the citi
, zees of Pittsburgh and vicinity. Office, St.
Clair street, opposite the Exchange Hotel.
septl9-413m•
110 ECTIFYING DISTILLER, and wholesale deal-
JUL, er in Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors,
No. 114 Liberty street, and 53 Diamond Alley, Pitts
burgh, Pa.
angle A:ite - rs,
unu gap; DENTIST, 118 Liberty street, a few
doors below St. Clair st., Pittsburgh. ap2B-y
SUCCESSORS TO AVERY, OGDEN & Co„ whole
sale and retail druggists, and manufacturers of
white lead, red lead and litharge, corner of Wood
'and Second sts., Pittsburgh, Pa. novl3-y
SUCCESSOILS to Irvine & Martin, wholesale gra,-
cers, produce and commission merchano, and
dealers in Pittsburgh manufactured articles, No. 56,
Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa. apS-y
John Dl , Closkey,
Tmon AND CLOTHIER, Liberty et., between
Sixth street and Virgin Alley, south side.
sep 0-y
1. necuraws, O. FLEMMG, J. KIIIKPATECK.
S. 111 1 Clurkan 41k Co.
lIOLESALE GROCERS, Commission Mer
chants, and dealers in Produce and Pittsburgh
Manufactures, No. 142 Liberty street, Pittsburgh.
dee 3-y
iomir CARSON. , S. J.
. Carson 11.P.Rnight,,
AITROLESALE GROCERS and.Cornmission Mer
V chants, Sixth street, between Wood and
Liberty, Pittsburgh, Pa. • .dec 4-y
--.-
• AIM GLENN, Bookbinikr; has removed to the
11 corner of Wood and Third ate, above C. .li,
Kay, where he is prepared to do every doscription
of Ruling and Binding.- ' dec2-y
. . J. .I:llPColltater,
WHOLESALE and retail dealer in Tobacco,
Snuff,'and Segars,.No. 25, Fifth at., botiveen
Wood ind.Marketata., Pittaburgb, [oct2B-Iy.
7. D. .WILLLUIS. - THOS. HILLER
J, D. 1111.111 ants .4 Co.
.11T-UOLESALI.I and retail grocers Forwarding
. and commission merchants, and dealers in
country produce and Pittsburgh Manufactures. No.
110, Northeast corner of Wood and Fifth streets.
sep. 8. - • •
"EXTFIOLESALE and retail Grocer and dealer in
Fornign and' Domestic Wines and Liquors,
,Foreign and Domestic. Fruit, Nuts, NU. GO Water
street., . - sepG-y
Lambert 4 siatpton.
AITHOLE'SALP. MIOCENE', 'FORWARDING &
COSamission MercliantS, dealers in produce
and Pittsbargh: iniumfachires; Nos, 133 and 135 Wood
street, Pittsburgh, Pa. feb2-3,
Johni Scott do Co”
AITHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION
V V Merchants, 1 , 4. 7. Commercial Row, Liberty
street, Pittsburgh. ' al9-
J. dr. J. BUDevitto
177.110LF.SALE. GROCERS,. dealers in produce
V V. - and Pittsburgh manufactures 'generally, No.
224 Liberty, 'oppositia7th - street, Pittsburgh. 'ap2&l
John H.r3l.lellor,
11[THOLESALE and retail dealer in-Music and
Musical Instruments; Piano Fortes, School
Bookstand Stationery,No. 122 Wood street, Pitts
' janl-y
James Pork, Jr., & Co.,
VHavEsAL . g GROCERS, importerkof tin plate
and qncensware, and dealers ih copper and
Pittsburgh manufaCtured articles,Nos. 112 and 114
2nd between Wood and Smitheld sta. jal4-nl4-v
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BEEESE
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Brownsville Juniektn Iron Works.
VDWARD lIDGFIES" ininuticturef of iron : .and
LA` isUrchOuse; Smithfield's-bore Fourth st.
seplo.l - -
C. A. lllPAnitlty & Co.,
rI,OII.IVARDING & COMMISSION ME'RCIIANTS,
Canalliasin,•Pittaburgh, Pa. " mar 34
' - Martin Lytle,
CIAMILY GROCER, Smithfield street, next •doOr
U to the Fifth Presbyterian Church. juneti
. Ge . orgre Cochran, •
FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANT
r No. 26 Wood st., Pittsburgh. uoy2T-y
'Neer Book Store-
.1011 r S. BOSWORTH & Co., No. 43 Market street,
XI.
.next door to Third street, are just opening.a
new- arid extensive assortment of Books and Station
ery, which they will sell, wholesale and retal, at the
lowest prices. ap2s-y
- HILL & BROWNE
(succr.ssoits TO ziouncur AND ituottrNe,)
IMPORTERS and .marttifacturers of Walt Paper
and general Paper Warehouse, No. 87 Wood
re et, P:ttsburgh. ' ' je2o
Wan. O'Hara liolulusiott,
J, .
removedATE U. S. Attorney, haremovedhis office to
,4 No. 8 St. Clair et. • eept4-y
L. Sy
LUMBER 11rERCIIANT, - 'office on Penn street,
office
between Irwin and Hand sts., Pittsburgh, Pa.
All commissions will he promptly attended to. triar4.l
Sckool Book and Paper Warehouse.
uicr, LOOMIS; Agent, publisher, bookseller and
jJ bookbinder,, No. ki9, Wood street, Pittidaurkh.
mar2S-y
'nion's Unrivalled Blacking,
~ t rANUFACTUREP and, sold wholesale and re
tail, Smithfield st.,'between Sixth and Virgin
alley. oct2i-y
31. 0, Edey,
TANUFACTURER' of lard Oil and :Maier in
Star Candiesi Fifth street, .near Market, S. W.
mar24-y
M. COLEMAN. 3011N , T. JENNINGS. JAIL W. MAILMAN
. . •
.Clilenlaseki Hallman
ANUF:A.C - 1131R11.$ or Carriage Springs and
'A: • spring
cciac. es: • and steel, and deafe'rs in
on s isrimmingv every description, manufactory
r s 3 fr i e r et, NVaraiOUSC, 43 T 4 street, op
, u cti a.
r":. -
mti Lv itt ; Glass Est.ablistenicat.
LEDLlS.l'srialitifebtere and keep
Fli ns m' e l ts nl nm a tse•..Ez
on hand cut, moulded and `plain
cornet of mark ,;.‘ all its varieties, at their warehouse
o er. w a ke ~i nzi Ki z id Water streets, Pittsbuili.—
ficiortnordnetiriundit t ipaigo , , Wull operation, and we are
_:_Nack, which enables us to
fay s ai g isia call -,:,,7;; ),, telasers are respect
sepl6.y ' ,`"1-..!rices,and tarxne,
Otto hnntz ,
itir.ANUFACTUREIt Ifs'toarcirrumi•
111 SaiithfioN street, two doors 15010 NY Filth st.., et
Pittsburgh, Pa. Always on hand a full assortment ti
Plate and PiTot teeth, of taxies). orshades, as
simple Plate,Atalare and Discuspidatoes, Gum teeth,
Screw PiTOt &c. Teeth and blocks made to
order; Dentists supplied with ail articles in the pro.
All orders from' 'abroad must bo accompan
ied by the cash. '
i4I - Platina always on hand
Jame* Blakelyk Alderman.
OFFICE on onotiito 1): Leech &
packetline office.. Ofhtiz Louts from 7 -o'clock
A 7,11., to ; '
Dr. Daniel wawa.
OFFICE on Smithfield, three doors from Sixth St.;
•Pittsburgh. ' dectO-y
OFFICE, No. 77 Smithfield street, near Sixth
Pittsburgb. attg2l-y
F. Blume,
PIANO FORTE manufacturer and dealer in Mu-
Weal Instruments, No. 112 Wood street, near
Fifth. novl9-y
James 31illeri
AI
NTER, Fifth, near Market at., Military Rags,
P
Banners, signs, designs for steamboat Wheel
houses, and fancy painting of every description neat
ly executed at the shortest notice. jy2l-dem
.1. Dryer,
Ogden ,Sr, Snowden,
Dlartin it , Smith,
P. C: Martin,
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Select School: •
.
Al7ll/. MOODY respectfully announces to his old
friends that he intends opening a Select School
in this city.; on the first Menday of April next, in the
inisernent orthe Third Presbyterian Church. mar2l-tf
. .
Belween Smithfield and Grant "Strert.s, Pittssburgh
CIHRISTIAN SCHMERTZ, Trwrieter, respect
vv fully - informi - lis friends and the public
ly, that he will - oPeriT the above splendid. House on
the Ist day of May next.
The House being new, and finished in she most
commodious and 'convenient manner. ' . and having it
furnished with the newest and most beutiful style of
furniture; fiatters•himselt that he will be able to, ac
commodate his friends and the traveiling public, in.n
manner not inferior to any.similar establishment in
the city.
As the House is - situated near the Court Manse,
• an.
TR. - Figments have been made to serve up meals at any
hour in the day, this will be great convenience to
those..who are in attendance at court.
CEO• G. BROWNE,
Mr-Refreshments-of all kinds can be had.. Boar,
dere taken by the week or day,
10—Lunch every day at 11 o'clock, A. 31.
ap3o.
TAMES ARMSTRONG, Proprietor, Corner of St.
ft) Clair and Penttstrects, Pittsburgh, .the proprie
tor begs leave to. return. his most gratefid thanks to
hie friends and the public for past favors, and hopes,
by auention . , to merit a continuation or their-patron
abi,e. The houise pleasantly situated near the
change; it has accommodations for travelers, and a
large room for public meetings, dinner or supper parL
tics.
Refreshments always ready; or prepared on the
shortest notice, with the choicest the liarltet
turd, Gyaters antl Oyster Soup, alit° Fresh Shell
Oysters, received 'every day during.the sessott. The
greatest Care hashcen taken in the selecticin of Wines
and liquors. A vAriety of tieivspapers are regularly
filed in the estehlisliment,
P. S. Allot Lunch served up every day at 11, A
M. ap 18-y.
Y It DOSSETT, Penn street, Pittsburgh, Penna.
4.3 DoanHug and. lodging, by the day or :yea, on
the most reasonable terms. Strangers will find it to
their advantage - to patronize him. Persons travelling
.cast or west will lin& this house a convenient lona
•is witbin one hundred yards of the canal
basin, and convenient to the forwarding houses.
Eves) , information given to Iron Manufacturers in
all branches of the business. -
Homo brewed ale can at all times be had at the
bar. • novlCti
ISAAC MURDOCK forme of the mon total
on Water street, r.),
having been bnint 'mit, has built
a new and handsome house expressly for the accom
modation of travelers, at tho corner of -Second and
Smithfield streets, which will Pe known as the Burnt
District Hotel. , ' _. •
He is now prepared to offer every acccmmoilation
and every comfort , to the traveler, at very moderate
charges. He is provided with ample and conyenitnt
stabling,.ilecl2-y
. .
t; . r.STErtrIT. JACO/3 WEAVER
OtTEL:Er r & Co., wholesale and retail dealer! in
Foreign Wines and Liquors, corner of Market
"d Front streets, pittaburgh. Pa.
,1 47-{esces—Wm.ltolines & Co., Henry F. Schwcp
pc, Eiclibaum, B. Weaver,
Their sack has been selected with great care, and
consists of Ix. lioisost qualities suitaVe for ibis mar
ket, to which ti. would respectfully call attention
and solicit a share ..l
zsfpublic patronage. It comprises
the following
nnskitand bottles:
rifles—Madcriis, Shsrrica Lisbon!, Tenerife!,
.
Ports, hlalagasCatabrias.
Rums,,and Whiskies. - au ?25
Exch., iliacl r
CORNER OV-PENN AND ST.-CLAIR STS,, AL
LEN BROWN, Paoriatma.—Terins 67,00 per
day. Tbeu uttersigned, forraerly of tht• Ittercluint
• tier of 'Wood and Third streets, has lease
. ' - ' • ment,.C l -441.4origalted it. anon
u P. - '
lax with the choicest-viands. A .liaadimarc Omnibus
and a baggage wagon are provided for the use of his
guests, and a Porter will be in attendance at all hours
to meet the demands of the traveller. The long ex
perience of the unaersigned in this business, assures
him that his easneat purpose to satisfy all who call,
cannot be unsuccessful. lie feels altogether at lib
erty to promise his visitors a comfortable and cleanly
abode, liberal entertainment, and a hearty welcome,
at a moderate expense. ALLEN BROWN,
ap3-dtf
New Drug,Store.
JOHN D. MORGAN, lnolcaule aud Retail
NTI Druggist, No. 931 Wood street, one door South
of Diamond Alley, Pittsburgh.—The subscriber
has just received from the Eastern cities., and is now
opening at the above stand,. a full assortment of
articles in his line, consisting of Drugs of all kinds,
Dye Stuffs, Paints and Varnishes, Chemicals,
&c., together wih all such articles as are usually
kept for sale at a Wholesale and retail drug store.
His stock is entirely new, and has been selected
with care. lie is : confident that his articles, both
as to quality and price, will please such as may fa
vor him with a' call. my9-y.
ILLIAAI COLEMAN having, on the first day
*lf January, inst., associated with him Jam W.
Hallman and John F.,Jennings, under tho name and
style of Coleman, Haile:tan di co., will now have in
creased facilities for manufacturing Steel Springs,
hammered axes, American Blister and Spring Steel,
&c., to which the attention of dealers is respectfully
solicited, and hope by strict attention to business, to
merit a continuance to the new firm the favors so lib
erally bestowed upon bins, Factory on St, Clair at.
—warehouse 43 Wood at., opposite the St. Charles
Hotel, where can be foud a good ossertment of
Springs, Axles, A. 8., and Spring Steel, and Coach
Trimmings of every description, together with Iron,
Nails and Pittsburgh manufactured articles. 3'The
highesttprice paid for scrap iron, jan22
BELL AND DRASS FOUNDER, has rebuilt and
commenced Misiness at his old Stand, No. 70
Second, between Market and Ferry streets, where.
he will ho pleased to see his old customers said
friends,
Church, steamboat, and bolls of every size, from
10 to 10,000 pounds, cast front patterns of the lllea
appnaved modeli, and warranted -to he of the best
materials.
Mineral Water Pumps, Counters, Railing, &c. tee„
together with evefi'variety of Brass Castings, if re
quired, turned and finished in the neatest Manner.
A. F. is the sole agent for Babbitt - 4 Anti-Attraction
Metal, so justly celebrated for the reduction of fric
tion in machinery. - The boxes and composition can
be had of him at all times. novl3-y
11AS removed toNo. 109 smith
?. ,t field et., where he will perform ' •
operations on the Teeth cadet's:
-0 t torily.
N. ll.—Having lately made one
of the greatest improvements in
frirceps that has everappeared
. fore the publi.c, he has been , able
to extract teeth with such ease
as to astonish all those who have
availed themselves ofhis services.
Pittsburgh, July 24, IS4G-ly
Restky W. Wtllittms,
A TTORNEY AND 'COUNSELLOR Al LAW,
11 (successor to Lowrie & Williams.) Office at
the old stand, Fourth street, ahoy° Smithaold,,
THE PARTNERSHIP, heretofore existing between
Henry W. Williams, Esq., and myself, in the prac
tice of the law; was dissolved by mutual consent on
the 28th ult., and the business will hereafter be con
tinued by .Henry W. Williams, whom I most cheer
fully recommend to all for whom I hive the honor
to do business, as a. gentleman every way worthy of
their conlid ince.
replB-ly WALTER H LOWRIE
Dr. liVnt.3l.l. *right,
--"--11 DENTIST; Office and residence in
..4re...,_.4 St. Clnir st.,ja few doors below Lib
-6
•L T" erty, near the, Exchance Hotel.
nuirll-y I
SEVEN BIG 1 DOORS
CLOW FEIN-G} TORE,
NO. SSEXTH STREET!, NEAR LIBERTY.
liN FARREN, pROPRIETOR,
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Franklin a9tite, Fourth s:trect,
nshington' :114totel,.
Canal foal House
Linritt District
Co►YartnerdLlp,
A. Putt ou,
G. W. Biddle, Dentist.
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pat subscriber having disposed of his Bookstore
in. Pittsburgh, to Dlcssrs. Elliott and English,
would recommend them to the pdtronage of his for
mer customers. .13.010i,RT CARTER..
Pumnunon, October : l.oth, .103.
...II:1E SUBSCRIBERS having purclihsetl the Book
etore of Afr Robert Carter, will continue,' the busi
ness at the old stand. They will at all times havb
on hand a large supplYUf Theoltigical,Classidei and
School Books--Also, Writing, Letterand Wrapping
Paper, Slates, etc. . ' ,
Westein lierchants'inaking purchases in the city;
are invited to call, etatnine our sfdelt, and ascertain
our piices before purchasing elteivhere.
ELLIOTt at ENGLISH.;
N0..50, Atari:et st.'; bet. and 4th'.
•xltl WEAN . AGEtINCY.
il• , 1 41.4.turope'an Agent, now on his linen
, 17 - 01iiteffpi in Europe, his absence limn
Pittsburg)eorilinue to transact all business connect
ed profession, througli . his Agent, Sista.
14fivilltCrchant.' Remittances Cif inoney'madi to all
*VI oaligland,lreland, Scotland and the continent
.Eneope. Collections of legacies,debts, inheritable
property and 'claimsysearches made, copies of wills;
deeds and documents procured,
fgr. Apply to or address (post paid)JASIES MAY,
Merchant, Water street, PittSburgb. octS
orhameritAl flat: 'Work • -
tkIRS. RIINTER, Wig, Illatter
Itetheny Citk, six doors froni the
queduct, opposite the Collector's
yice,_wishes to inform. the:pub
.that she his just contrueppqd,
te ernainental Hair business,
id has s. yen' superior Stock, re
ire4 front the. Easters cities aml
uisl and silks is- Oreparedlo - Ail
1 ordentlt - the shortest not hoe
Id in a inanner that cannot
celled by any similar manufae :
intendtaceping ~ a large as
sortment or Ornamental Nair :Work, such as Ladies . '
Wigs, •
..Uands, Curls; Necklaces, Guards,
Braceleti, Finger fangs> :am; Wignr
Taniutes, Scratches, &c, •
Mrs It. R. hasbeen fur many years engaged in the
business ih France and the United States,ana from
her long - and ezporienoe,slinceiag ennfniclut iu being
able to give satisfaction to of who will'fhvaiher
with their patronage- tier priers arc more liberal
than have been °Tared in tlusieity heretolbre. '--
mar 17-1 y • "
FOLLANSBEE Zs HAYWARD'S, new•
Boot Shoe and, Trunk Store, No. IS6 Lib
erty street, nearly opposite the head of .
Wootl, street. . '.., . . .
F. 8:. IL,would respectfully announce that they have
`in store and are receiving their FALL'AND-WIN
TER SUPPLY OF BOOTS; SHOES, TRUNKS, &c...
'consisting of upwards of five hundred packages of all
kinds and qualitiesfor'Llidios; Gentlemen, Misses,
Boys ' youths' and ohildrons ,, wear. These goods
have been manufactured, to .ourorder and expressly
flw the Pittsburgh markei—all of whic h we are deter
mined to SELL . lign.y , LOW, as from our facilities
in purelrasing godds we are,enatiletrao to ; do. ' .
We would'solicit an examination of our stock by
all in want of goods in our line,cither at whcilesale or
retail, as we feel confident we stall be eriabled to
please, both in regard to quality Opd prices.
The most or'our goods are from manufacturing es
tablishments-with which we are connected. We shall
continue to receive- Weekly.frotrithose jiouses, fresh
Lisid,reth , w, IV - arras:l4ml , Varilen &shag, land dssirable goods, made expressly for our safer..
.IAIRECT FROM riup.' pxi.. — Piu.A. Each paper _ •
FOLLANSBEE & HAYWARD,
no No. ISG Libertystrect.
bears the label and, warnlatY of DAVID LA?:- -1Lj C "....7.. .... '-._.-4- ..:_. ~. ... _____
Darin. For sale by F. L. SNOWPEN, No. 29 Water - it'E s ii:. ESTAt V. AGENCY,
st., at the stand formetly eictipled by Geo. A.' Berry. .7,7.77 TS lILANELY, . ' • 301,121 .7. x#ctint.
Extract from the 'Report of the Visiting. Committee ii/derman, Altarnky at Lai-.., •
of ,the Pennsylvania Horticitltural Society,' unani. 13 LAE.ELY & MITCICEL, r!
musty adopted and ordered to bo printed. • CIONTINUE to attend to - the selling and renting
LANDRETIPS NURSERIES AND GARDENS. 1
...,; of Real Estate in the City of Pittsburgh and vi
"These extensive gtousida . lare oh Federici Arent, cinity. Having determined tit devotes large Pottlon
near the. Arsenal. * ' 4 ' .i -* ,The - csr,liest collec- , of their time to this branch of bdSilletls'-thP•I with:
tarn of - Camellias was maae.hore.. Some qf those , con f,a"" so li c it a - share of the payntiago, of - the
now in possession ofthosediating 'imbed nurserymen! public; from the facility - they poisesieind the experi
arc ten feet_ high. • • '' o ,.. w ,• - •The selection . of Iv ftaco they hive (the Senior partner haiing been en
O. -
GF.FaI-lIOWE r7.l*.mrs, - is ralitableand extensive: gaged in the Real Agpncy list near 0 0 years,)
"Thu 'Nurseries are veryearreoy . managed, 6.4 P -, they believe that theyrwill give general satisfaction.
plying every _ part 'or the U nion, .h detail et - which I thr ice p o .par ia • r,L, near the U. S. Hotel, and Smith
wmild occupy WO much of our spacei,Aver therefore I ad d , t
.1 between Diamond Alley and Filtb.,street.
content - ourselves with statnrhr that the stock is very,l , i y 7
. . . . _
large, and is ovary stage r . growth, consisting -or!
FOREST AND ORNAMEJTAL TREES,'EVER-1
GRF.ENS, 8111117135, VINES A_ND. CREEPERS, with
a collection of herbaccecies pliints, fruit trees of the{
best kind and most healthi c*ditiori; lar'c beds or
.„ -- ;773: niptriorl.,3 that Ix'.
working upon suckers, which carry with them into
the grail all the diseases of the parent stock. • *
‘q3snog.te SEr.ns of the finest quality have been'
scattered over the country from_these grounds, and I
may alwaysMe 4epended upon. - The seed establish
ment of these Horticulturists is one of the most os
tensive, in the Union, and its reputation is well sustdin
ed from ,year to rear.
"To obviate ihe :chance of mixture of the farina of
the plants of the - same family, they have established 1
another nursery at a suitable distance-, so that degree
ration cannot take place, and which secures to the ,
purchaser a 'genuine article.' Knowing thus' the
age, quality , and process of culture al every (plant,
the supply from their grounds is recommended with
great cootidenee.l,
Nl 'N cDO:A tD : I%
anti -Elu t; ; lltLidir, Firstltteet, nr% l ar ct , i
preiareat6dtimsCstjn;s:ostvorlagiierally"otien
reasonable terii and shortest;notice.
""A
He invites mathinist.s and all'tho%o
using biass works to give him a .call, 'as he is de
terniindd to do all work inbis line very low.
may 27-1: , ..' - ‘
• • •.Since the date of the Report' from which the
ahoSe is extracted, the entire establishment has been
greatly enlarged. The collection of Camellias em
braces all the finer kinds, and consists of some thou-
Sands of carious Sixes so likewise with Roses; and
other desirable plants, both tender anti hardy; fruit
trees, &c. 4
The Seed Gardens alone cover fifty acres; and the
whole is, as it has been for more than half a century,
under the successive manageMent of father and sun,
the most prominent in America.
n- Orders received by F. L. SNOWDEN, from
whom catalogues may be received gratis: marSry
James Flowakd dr. Co.
lI ALF ; . t t i l , e er i p e g a ii su n rc o
e t c o o
l a ,) tu e ? r ee o l do
s th ta e n i r d f a r t i i s; i o l
83, Wood streeti_where they have opened an eiten
sive WALL PAPER WAREHOUSE, and- will -have
cuutantly on hand am-extensive assortment of. Satin
glazed and plain pAplat HANGINGS, Velvet and
Imitation Borders of the latest style; and most hand.
some patterns for papering halls, parlors and, cham
bers.
They manuticture, anal hi've on hand at-all times,
Printing, Writing, Letter, Wrapping and Tea. Paper,
Bonnet and Fuller's Boards—all of which they offer
for sale on the most accommodating terms, and to
which they, invite the attention 'of merchants and
others.
ALSO—AA:ink Books of all kinds and the best qual
ity, School looks, &c., always on hand and . for sale
as above. " atig 25
John DI. Townsondi
TARUGGIST AND APOTHECARY, No. 45,Mar
ket street, are; doors übope:.Third.street, Pitts
burgh, will haviiconstantlY on hand a well selected
assortment of the beiiand rreshesthredicinei, which
he will sell on the most, reasonable terms; :Physi
cians sending orders Will be pronaptly attended to,
and supplied with articles they may rely upon as
genuine.
Physicians , ...prescriptiens will be accurately and
neatly nteparcd from the best materials at any hour
of the' ay or night. •
Also, for sale, a large stock of fresh and good
erfumery' dee 30d
. •
(m . 94% ; :p.m..EEy;
Pampa and Hydrants, -
Which aro superior to and cheaper thin
any in the city.
Pica sc to call anct examine forycoursclircs
VOVRTII STILEET;
BETWEEN SUTTRYIELD AND CITEILIIY Ar.rxrrl
rants and Pumps repaired. janl-wafidy
Lawns 1 Lawns
.E_ O. S. SWARTZ has on hand a lot aline Lawns
kJ which willte sold at the Very loiv price 01181
cents per yard persons who want a good article, at a
low price, would do well to.call soon.
Also on hand a good stock of liausook nausiins for
'Ladle's DreSSCS very Cheap at
lel3
No. 106-Market street
Sognis! Scigars I
UST received from New York,- a large quantity
el of Havanna and Principe Segars of •the most
popular and surerior brands now in use. -Also,, an
excellent article of chewing Tobacco and several
bales of Superior Cuba r.eaf Tobacco for sale.
B. E. WINCHESTER,
No. 50, Third street, two doors from the Post
Office.. mays,:.
John Cartwright.
C .
lITLER and Surgical. Instrument Manufacturer,
No: 140 Wood street, two dooriffrom Virgin al
ley, Pittsburgh, Pa: Always on hand an extensiie
assortment of- Surgical and Dental 'instruments,
Bankers., Tailors>, Hatters*, Hair Dressvat and-Tan
pets'24 Patent Shears, Saddlers , Tools' Trusses &c.
48
MMI
SEMEMSEEDI
"New Hat. aud_Cap Store.
CI-IS. rouLsox, (late of the firm
Poulson & having opened his '
new store at No. 73, Wood Street, neat door to the
corner of Fourth, is now Manufacturing and recei
ving from the Eastern cities a very large asiortmeni
of hate and caps of eye!) , description, warranted to
be made in the best manner and of the best materials.
Otter, Seal, fine and common. Muskrat; Sealette.
Hair-Seal, Plush and Glazed Cape.
Also; #:fine -assortment of hxdies, cum, finch ai•
Lynx, Fitch, Genet and Coney Muffs and Tippets
and thr trimmings, all'of which he offers for sale at
eastern priced for cash, both wholesale and retail.
Country memhants..will please call and examine
my stock before parchaeing elsewhere.- . •
• • CHAS. H. POULSON.
N. B. The Fall Fash 3 ori fur Hal.' and Caps rcceie
ed. - sep9.7y.
Money 'Wantia ill - eir-huarge for pats and
TILE subscriber would inform the
%-• - •publid tha n 11 C MS I re ce ived his "fall
stock of Ceris, - all: of which have _been principally
made tO 4118-order', and .is his pun:fiance his been
made 'on the cash system, he is enabled Ansel! his
steclCof Gate and Caps'at unusually low prices for
cash. Hieeifick dbos net consist of the cuttings of
Eastern hottest°, but mre all a fresh manufactured
article, ,Neitlier is his establishment replenished
with the old stock from eastern . markets. The
Proprietor being. a,hatter and Cap Manufacturer,
by trade, aVirellas,pyoression, he is also daily man
ufacturing
_lTits and Caps of all, descriptions, and
for their neatness 'and durability, cannot be sur
passed..' All-or which he offers at wholesile. and
retail, and at -glitch prices as cannot fail to please
the purchaser.
. • G. W.-GLASSGOW,
lie. 102, Woad street, third door below John D. Da.
%is , Commercial Auction Rooms.
septl2. - • ' , .
,
1 9111 E, rALL SESSION of this department of the .
Western University, will commence Lathe new
University Suilding, on the Pastsr 111ortbAY or SET ,
it9ll,Bsymit, and the SPRINg.SESSION of 1847,
1 - 1 . 0 1 10 " , 1: . , ~., v---, , ,.....A.,... err ., Nin•;.n . r o ,Frinz %kits
i This institution having so far recovered fibm the
(effects of the greet fire 'of April last 'year; as to have
I the new building nearly completed with increased
accommodations for all its departments, it 'is hoped
that the LawSchaol will be foundto present increas
ed facilities and attractions to those who desire to
pursue a regular apiltherough course of legal educa
:tion, and to prepare _themsel% es creditably for ad
' mittance - to the bar. . . . .
There . will be daily recitations by the domes on
assigned lessons, so arranged.as..tombrace, within
a two years course, all•the principal
portant branches of - the law. Occasional lectures
op la%v.und equity, will alto I,e delivered ail part of
the course. . .
Tim-Aloor Counr, designed rc, r assisting students
in acquiring knowledge and readiness iu the prac
tice of the law will be resumed as soon as the num
tier orstudents will justify. The degree of Hecht-
Loft or L.l - 47 will be conferred on students of the
institution, according the rules usual in such institu
tions.
Any further information that be required can
readily be obtained on applicatiou to the Profener,
WALTER LOWRIE, who has his office on 4th above
Smithfield street, Pittsburgh. i?
TERNS—Seventy-five dollars a year, or, thirty-sev
en and a half dollars a session. aug6,433m
Pittsburgh awl Councils - 01in Ituii Ruud.
Company. t
OTICE is hereby given, that in pursuaece of a
resolution of the Stockholders of the Pittsburgh
and Connellsvillc Railroad Company, authorizing an
increase of the capital ofsaid Company ' and directing
an additional subscription, books will be opened for
receiving additional subscription to the stock of the
Company, at the Wilco of Wm. Baiiincr, jr., in 4th
street, between Market and WoOd streets;Pittsburgh,
nu Friday the 4th day ofSeptember. The books will
remain open front 9-A.M. until 3 o'clock P.M. of said
day; and from day to day (Sundays eieeptcd) until
the requisite number of shares be subscribed, or until
otherwise ordered. By order orals Directors.
seu2 •- , WM. liOI3INSON, Jr. Preet.
GENTLEMEN' LOOK AT THIS!
STAB. - CL STORE,
No. 70 Wood st., Sign. qllhe golden Star, Pit Isb.urgh
• AIIiCKICR & MAYER,
"'AVE on hand an extensive and'complete assort
ment of Fashionable andextra made New York
Clothing, which cannot be eqyalled•by any other es
tablishment in the city. (ler stock being at present
very large and anxious to reduce it as much as pos
sible belare the first ofJaitoary, we are determined
to oiler such' “bargains” Mt will 'enable es to affect
our object. - . 8, P. ANCKER,
nov24-y
.1 ,A. A. MAYER.
Au Acroitie. . -
4, JUST IN TIME FOR CHEAP BA.EGAIIIS. , .
Just received; a splendid asibrunent of Spring and
and Summer goods,
Unsurpassed for quantity, quality or .
Style. The Proprietor of this establishment
Takes grUit pleafure in informing his friends and tin
public ' . • •-
In general:, that he is now prepared to fill all orders
that his
Numerous customers may favor him with; Strangers
and - - . • • -
Travelers would do well, in visiting .the
Iron City„ to Call and examine hiss ext e
has nsive•and.well
Made stock of.re,ady,matle clothing. B 4 com
plete.aiiortmint of ' , ,
English cloth ? •to ivl4ll he would'havite attention,
Also, ' • - ' •
French cloths of every Color and - quality; wich he is
Offering at every small advance'nn ' , cistern prices.
Remember at this store you are not asked two prices,
. -• -1 .
Convinced that small . profits and quick sales la the
best way to secure custom. -
Having in his etnploy the best workmen, he can war.
. .
" rant
Eyery article mado at his eatablishnserit tollt well,
And to be' of the best materials; he would again in
vite.
Purchasers generally to give him a call" , •
Before purchasing in any other place, .
,
As ho is confident that he can sell them ssgoodgoods
Reasonable prices as any house in Iltiseity,:
Going so .far As to say a little cheaper,
All his g o ods are now, and orhanageme.patterns,
purchased
In the the east but a few areeka sine. The artbacri-
Now -returns his
_thanks to his Eilendi and ahe public
in general, and - , •
Solicits a contirManie'of their faseri.
. Iron City Clothing ' Store, No. 13 .- Liherly strtfl.
mar 7 p.. NycLosx...gy.
, - ;!•.:• - .•:'j , ' .....}' : : :: . •..i ,7 :.: - : , •:' ii , . : -';,,': j•'.. ,- 5'. ,:: :!.•-j".';''..;.4,: , ." -- - , ,,„' T'-i, -.:.-:,'-
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MEE
•*.
„fifO S, SHOES, 13111qPIS.
NEW FALL AND'WINTER SUPPLY.
"Cheaper gain Encr,...at
"Unilrersity:Losv School.
. ... .. ..
, r:z. -.-rt:,:'
DR. D.OGED'S .
copxpotr.ivo SYRIJP , Or
LIVERWORT AND TAR!
A safe and certain cure for Constiinption nttbe Lnags,
Spitting of Blood, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Pain in :the Side,' Bronchitis,
Whooping Cough,"
and all ' •
Pulmonary Affections,
rEAR what the celebrated Dr. Richards says-,a
- Il Physician of mere than 30 years standing.
Be certifies that in the case of Alr. Charles: Wade,
that after having reaurted to every means within his
knowledge, for the treatment of Consiimption, with
out the slightest benefit, lie permitted him.toise Dr.
Itngers , Liverwort and Tar, by which he was teeter
ed to perfect health. ' •
(Signed) }VII. S. RICILARDS, M. D.
itgr Please get a. pamphlet and see this certificate
CONSE3IPTION AND MOST DISTRESSING
couGH curtED
. .
Mrs. Ann Childes, who resides on 6th street (South
side) 2. doois Wdst ofSmith st., Cin. 0., certifies--
That she lvas so far gone CoUsumpticin;.at
tended with a most distressing Cough, 'as to be on
the very brink of the grave, and, although Mader the
care of au able Professor; she had given: up all hopes
of recovery but was - rescued by:the trirrOf Dr. Rogers'
Liverwort and-Tar; oae half bottle of which hroke
the pewit' entirely. up ' AN qu . u.DEs.
VIOLENT, COUGH, PAIN AND SPITTING OF
BLOOD • CURED
Mr. Finch, Jelin street, between 4th and fitli stS.,
Cin.,O.isbates that he was afflicted, with a - violent
Cough; inuct . •Pain and continual Spitting orfilood,
and, althoOgh under the dare of an excellent Physi
cian, was daily becoming worse, but was happily
cured by Dr' Rogers' Liverwort and Tar, which
stopped the blooding, refitoved the pain; broke up
the Cough immetha t tely, and healed the. Lungs per
fectly, sonnd. [Signed.)
Front the Hon. - .Lidgc - ,..Wi5." Euirst:, of Cincinnati:
He states that he is well :acquainted with Mr.
Finch,and that his statements are entitled, to full con
fidence; tileffr,,that he can fully corroborate What has
been stidwith regard - to thie medicine, haying used
it himself trith the most decided • benefit.. He. con-
Sider! it tuluable: • • •
(Signed-,) • WILLIAM BURKE.
. Call on . the Agents anii.ace this certificate in full.
DlSTM.SFj o l i iig c gi s g . , k...AD o Ti.L.iiikt i f . STAGES,
Belij: Smith, living on itirn.street, one Square.
North of the Cieeinnati hospital, certifies_ - •
That she was so lots <that the physicians could do
no more for her. She exhibited precisely , the same
symptoms that her Aiugliter • did, before she died,
(she having died with. the• same. disease but a short
time presions,) and,. tras.absolutely strangling with
her cough, : whep:She commenced iising`Dr. lingers!
Compound Syrup of Liverwort and. ax, which rais
ed her as by a miracle. •
(Signed,) . ASIGAL SMITH.
A. L.-Seeyjll, Wholes* Ageat tor die'West and
South, S. E. corner of 4th and. Spruce' streets, Cini
cinnsti, Ohio. -
1). ;principalC.'TiLr - ..zeland, Agent for Pittsburgh,
office on Grant st., one doorbelow - 2d.
Alzo fdrsale by 3.= - Iblii & Co., corner 4PAth
Wood Pitt4taigh.
4401,:tith ;ward, Pitt.sborkhj:
11: . P1 , 06CvAita, _ lllegh z.
Birrainghatt:r -2;"
Irriprcrwc4 atethod"c•rpotablo Entry'
I)
'F ,
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1 - t ,,,. f 1 aTtte u rcTo.B.,l n i lL lL ln D stYt F ut F e '
11111 i ''. it . ' 4 ' i ' c r For shoitening the p r o c ess ,
if• •
system ever introduced has given equal satisfaction.
Those who desire to be satisfied upon thispoint can
have reference to Merchants in this city who have
tested is utility by five or sis'yeara , experience. =-Mr.
Duff's new work upon Steamboat Bookkeeping, ins;
publishe'd, enables him to teach that branch' of the .
scieuce - of accounts to the utmost perfection.. Classes
for pep In a nein') and Mercantile Calculations both day
and evening.'
.. - decs
Superior ItuthUng Lote for Sole in the
Vitch,Ward.
HT Lots, fronting 'on Fenn street, opposite
it 8. 71“...a eia,npataa._ er...l4l:„.&larlier on
Adams street. 221 feet by otKens:74olhaz
each by 100, all extending to Spring Alley.
Five Lots fronting on Liberty strnet, at and adjoin
ing Factory street, each 20 feet by 160 deep to Quin
cy street, opposite the new Catholic Church, on these
aYe erected seven framo.baildings.
Title indisputable and a liberal extension of pay
ment to suit purchasers. They will bet sold to close
the concern. Apply to- Michael Allen, or Lewis
Hutchison, at their warehouses, or to James S.
Craft, Esq., at his office, S 0 Fourth street.
A variety of Cotton - Machinery, viz:—Cards,
Magda; Milles.cS:c., still on hand tor sale on very.,
reasonable terms, and ticiie,ll24eaite:Aelb... •
-
octl9-arn ,
SPLENDID STOCK OF
NEW FALL GOODS.
A LEX ANDER Et DAY, take great pleasure in In,
11_ forming the inhabitants° of Pittsburgh and the
surropiling country, that they have just received a
splendid stock of New Fall Goode, of almost every
description, a largo portion of which having been
bought at iuction, at a great sacrifice, and from the
Importers and manufacturers at unprecedented)) ,
low priocs, enables them to offer great inducemets
to Caslz. buyers; they would, therefore, respectfully
invite them to call and examine their stock, being
confident that they will •be pleased with the goods
and prices.
LADIES' 'MESS GOODS.
Our stock .or Ladies' dress goods is very superior
and cannot be surpassed, consisting in part or
Super Satin striped Cashmere, Otribru shaded, do.;
Splcedi_d Figured; dn. in great are ty ; Califisruia
and Clermont Plaids; Gala Plaids; Chusans; Plain and
figured and Satin striped Mouslin de Laincsi Super
French and Scotch Ginghanas. new style Embruidew
cd do; splendid Caohnieroandele Larne robes; Ameri.
can, French and Englishi Cfiintzes of 14. latest styles,
&c.
SILKS! SILKS.'!.
We have a very handsome assortment of Silks,
such as super Black and Blue Black, Fig'd and suip
cd Silks; Super. Plain and Fidured changeable, do.;
Ombre Shaded and Changeable Strlped,.do.;
Black and Blue Blank Satins; Wide . India. do; Plain
Black and Bike Black. Silks,. of extra
. 91144 and
width, suitable for mantillas, btc. -
S.fIAWLS. , SHAWLS!!
In this depirrment can offer great bargains,
from Auction sales of importers in New York and
ainong• which - -are splendid Terkerri
Shawls; Super Cashmere; do.; Embroidered Terker
ri, do.; Plain and Embroidered Thibct, do; Super
heavy Ottdman Silk, do.; Splendid 'lndia Silk, do.;
Extra Ilernani, do.; Heavy French Crape; do.; Plain
and Embroidered Cloth, do.; Plain, Fig , d. and Em
broidered Do Leduc% do.;. Splendid French Brocha,
do: all wool; . Itrocha and. Cashmere Long Shawls,
and an 'immense variety of different descriptions of
Fall and Winter:Slidwiii, many of them will be sold
at half the cost of impbrtation.
- CLOTHS AND CASSEILERES.
Embraced in our stock of these are Super French,
West of. England, rind American Cloths, of almost
every color—neavy Tweed Clothe; Beaver and Pilot
Clothe for over-coats; Super Black 'Cassimeres; Fan
ny Striped, do. in great &c.
BLAZTKETS! 'BLANKETS!?
Flitra American Premium Blankets; Super Whit
ing, do; llenTy Twilled, do; Roie, do; and a num
ber of other makes of extra quality.
, •
LApIES'• CLOAKINGS.
New style Ombre Shaded Cloakings; Handsome
Plaid, do; kleaxy Gala do. for do. , ,
ALPACAS: AND MERINOS.
A very large asaortinent of Alpacas and Merinos,
of every quality and price. French Merinos and
Bombaltines, both Black and colored.'
ALSO, Cassinetts; Red, White and Yellow Fian
na* Ticking; Checks, Diapers; Brown and Illech
ed Table Linens. Sheetings; Table Clothe; Canton
Finitelg; heavy• Gloves; Silk and Linen Hdkfs.;
Scarfs; Stocks; Collars, &c. &c., all of which we are
selling ranch lower than we have ever before been
enabled to do. •
Tailors, Clothiers, and Country Merchants are
especially invited to examine our stock of French
Maas; Ciutiineres and Vesting., as we are prepared
tweell Geode to those' who buy to sell again, as low
as they can be bought in the r et ar way in the East
ern Cities. and by haVing a buyer resident in the
east, attenday. upon the Auctions; we have-rare fa,
cinder' for pacuring new and desirable Goode, at the
lowest ppesilare prices; we are regularly receiving
new qopie every fowdays through the year. •
ALEXANDER 4- DAY,.
grata 7.5 Marketse; N. W. cor oftho Ditunond.
BOOKS forSebools and Colleges; .Writing and
Wrapping Papers. For Inlet by . -
noci !1.. S. SOSWOItTiI St 'Co., 43 karkets..
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• Boot: and tlob Printing 0fi1ee.',..1.-:
R. W. connEn OF WOOD AND FIFTIO ,
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lia. propritor - orthe Morning- Poit;ttnd!' Onil,.
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friends and the patron! of these papers, t
has a large. and well chn.en, `asportinepror ' '.'f,,. t : 4 ~
JOB TYPE,. ANb AIL OTTIP.Ii.I4TEnikIO.-;..,- .
Necesesfylik - a - lob Printing Oruce,..sn t. -e , -
raprepased td,oxecute . I. ~ .., ., ,..,A, f i... • ... . ts . T... '
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LETTER rnrs vnltmitro, Or , -
Books, Bills of Lading, circulars, ,
Pamphlets, Bill fleads, • Cards,.
Handbills, Blank Cheeks, Hat Tip r •
Ali kinds olitianks, Stage Steamtvat 4114 C*4
Boat Bills with appropriate cstis, OSinted short s
est notice anti most roue:table tends. s •
'H? retpe:Albily iisks tbelititronlige of hio Mend
and ;be public gcnerql, in tlijp - branch of Ws built
nets. t eept'22).. i. HARPER:.
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T• IC:LOGAN has just'rMielved 'the -
• ,;„ fall and winter stook-orDry,Gondsi , ..e.t.',No; 83,
Wood, part o inner - FieriCh and •: • •
West tirkiidlandßroMPCloths'imiLeiniiiiitorbiii'Sitt. -
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tinotta - from 2,5 to 75 c.-W,l.Aper yard i•Weick•Eltinniiliri•
red and whitorlanneW;t9l.loreci.and ~reoq Flan
nets; plaid iin~l plan I.OIKfE4 - 00: - :"Mackinac and
Whitney blanketri,WooliMiShirtsimd , DraworsCOirri4'
forts; Mitts and•Oloyes. Terkeri,.:Thiliet ri..d Wools
en
.Shaw4i : Calleoes of.the lateit styles; Twilled and
MaiteliMiter. Oingliator.; -.lrish thien ..Table- - Liiiefi• •
Counterparos - ,•-liebtell Diapers; Checks; Ake;
as 'assortment of Press:Goods, consisting,' - .cif
Gale aid 'califoriiiii-•,l7laids, barred Cashmere;' ant
Robes, - Albite.. de Lairie,, hatred - And-rfirorelli, ;144
and. fancy Silk', Cravats; all. of which be . . • -..-
wholei,'aie and_ retail,: as 105 t ... for:cash as a*/ .Other - - - ..
house - in-the .city'. • :-.1. - n1:41 7 •
Baglera - Palent Extension Pen holder otn4
1111313 is the - most COMpiete,cOrly,o2llCat .1112 e Us,
_j. ful pocket cumpanion ever offered to the public !
- In'the short space of 21 inches, is contained a Pen,
Pencil and -reserve of leads,
.and by one zdotion
either the Pert- or the Pencil out, and extends the
holder ;to Cinches, which is" but little t_snore . 034
hal . f.thia length. when shut up This , ip a recent.
improvement and universally approved:, Poi
by %V. W. WILSON, cot. 4th and3Tarket attr,
PITTSBERGIFtaiIIANI CABINET WAMION •
62,_Tikpoit Sticet, Pittabturihi"--:
rPFIE subs;#4lgis would respectfully return titer
thanks: . ..their friends and the public forth.
very liberal patronage bestciwed since the couitirtence,
merit offihe new firm, and would earnestly Bolicit
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contielinne of the-saint-. .
!rirey'rotild respectfidly invite those who' want tn .
rittlidlase. anything , in the furniture or chair line, tq
give' them a call ana examine -their extensive • stock
now oh hand, cousistine of some of the most ,
did Eastern and French': .ratters of noseweed gl4 -
Mahogany Furniture. klattered by the very extant' :
sive patronage received in their business, they base,
at eonaiderablderpease, inadearrangeinenta
York, by which they will have the latest Easiterp and:
French patterns forwarded monthly; thua giving the ;,
citizens of Pittsburgh an upportnnity of patronizing,
home industry, .aild finding in their own city whet
theyformerly would olitain only in the East. -kfavinit
adopted, the principle of Ethan profits and quick sales, ;
they'will be able to sell at as, low rates as any ef thsv"
estahlishmeutsin the Eastern Cities. -
n" 19 1 .-4011E113&
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Blair,Or arid Zilitchell,
Offices on Penn and;rsmilh.fisidsts
A :GENTS for.the.Oldlgack Ball Line of 14 1, 01 1 P
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pool and rceit• York Pauliots.
Itemittancea made as usual toEngland, Irelaotf~
3cotland and Wales, in sums of one pond itexfhtic
tnd up - Nrards 7 payable. in any, toyvnor-44.01iiitimp
in Groat Br:Alb- Ud'lreland.
PersOna.Wishinginsend furtrielecinteids
diuni brought out bytholaboleSpidididTfain, on.thot
15th and lGth of_any "Month. - .:: I jy7
Brick Bongo and Loot, for. Sale.
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Or in Exchapge for Nails . or Winzloto
We are authorized to offer for sale, grin atcherge
For Window7Glassor '
a well firiiehed'ead Be
ptaatial- two stogy:brick hoEmeriiitt-tbt;;)ps . .4 g on s
try 100 feet "deep, isitua tett on the Alligheay:tiaar
above the Glees House. - lit reid et a-reilion,
ble price, ritlestaeaceptionalole . :
Apply 19 BLAK.E.LY 3t MITCH.F.Li
sep. 17. Real Estate.Agente. •
Allesheray Cemetery.• ,
intIISONS desirons of purchacing lots In
,this
.Cemetery are referred for information •16 Abe
Superintendent on the, grounds,or to -.E.:•Thors„
Druggist, earner . of Penn and and streets, Pitts.
burgh. By order of tbo Board.. J. CHISLETT,
dee It Superintendat
. James C
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avanagbi•:- . .
S JEST received from New York, a largo
•- g ai t . : . 3ck of goods; such as doubte
-;_ith six barrels; single barrel '
^.,”ors, Scissors,
ismoust •
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I barrel Gli
IPistols; mac, and
Spo9p3 &c.; Gold and Silve,
Pointed ' Gold Pens; Gold Bracelets;
Rings; Shirt Studs and Crosses; Bead Bags;
Vcbct Purses; Steel Beads. Accordeons 8, 10; and
12 plain semitone inlaid; dusical Bow, Toy 9 4
Fancy Goods of every description.
No. GI, Market er.; Simpson's Row, between mil
and Fourth els.
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• . D.liall,Stensultioat Doidx .
rilllE Western Steamboat Acconntant: A nevrand
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complete system or EWA ICeeping, arranged
and practically adapted for the use of steamers • navi
gat ng the great western rivers and lakes, exemplified .
in one set-of books kept by double entry, closed
and re-opened three times.. To which fir added an
Appendix, embracing various additional matters of
impdrtant information connected with the navigation . .
of steam vessels. Designed for the use orSehools,
hook keeper', Steamboat Masters and owners. Dy
P. Duff; Professor of the Theory and Practice of
honk keeping. • Just published and for sale, prlca
01,50, by - -JOHN 11. MELLOR,
novIS No. 81 WoOdit:
rrinE SKIN AND COMPLEXION, at this (flail,
4 indeed, every other) season, is often repulsive
in appearance, caused, in eight cases out of 'ten, by
the atmosphere; and what persons suppose. disease
of the blood, is simply a disease of the skim 'lf .
some of the thousands who take purgative medicine,.
pills, and useless Sarsaparilla, were to cue on - their
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skin a softening and clearing balm, that opens the
pores, whitens the skin, and causes ahealthy perapl
ration, that, be the skin never so disfigured, unheal-
thyor diseased with pimples or freckles, sunburst,
tan and morphew, the true and genuine JONFSO9
ITALIAN CHEMICAL SOAP never fails to cure
and dispel them, and to make the skin clear aid
lovely. It acts so mild/Y.4dd seethiogly .on the,
skin, th at physicians use it on ladies and infanta, i s
old cases of ecurvf;crysipelas, salt rheum, sore bpsl3,,:'
ringworm, sad it (mind, the genuine ;lazes' soap) •
has often efrected a cure when every 'other remedy
failed. "Pis indeed a blessed remedy. • • . •
Sold at JACKSON'S Patent Medicine Warehouse, •
S 9 Libeity street, head of Wood-,•-at the timepiece
is sold the Moorish Hair Dye, Coral Hair Restore- rf
tire, and Spanish Lily White. ' •
Pau/cues Oryicre—Sign of the American 'Eagle,
82 Chatham streetiNew York.
AVLUlara WeKee.
C..t . TILL continues in his old business of manuctor•
ing Wagons, Carts, Drays, Timber Wheels,
Trucks;and_Wheelbarrows, hi/ Fifth street, be.tween
Wood and Smithfield, where he keeps constantly of
hand, or made to order in the shortest notice, tpy
amount of work, by tho best of workmen and good
materials, and' at prices to suit the times. Those
engaged in the Santa Fe trade, and • Furnace men,
are requested to give hip' a call
_before purchasing
elsewhere. sp7-y
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PiTT6/I.IIROL.DLLNIZACTURZP TOPACCOI
RO kkeitleg: Tobacco; ,
6 • 41. ' 43WCIBT Twin; do; •
.41 " dol
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fa store end fes; side, by &3. 14111ZVErt i ,:
ap 20 ' • . : 2512.1.41 . Perty et : •
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; A SPLENDID assortment. of Itlallogin 7 and-Rols •
.bLwood Pianos, joie* finished. These instruments
aro well matia_of tbo lames, patenia andlamt matsrri,
4e and *nal Ise sold /ow for cash by BLUME
-2(0.3j.2 Wood's*. 2 , 1"d00r &hese
N.B. Thesis wlip are in want of a gond instillment
arts.respectffillyhmrited to call and osaminsiThlM•be•
fore pnrchnaing tilsPlYhero s tui they cannot be nne:
ed by any in the country, and will be sold /o'w
than -any brought from the oast. Ono e/egaritlin
wood Piano with Coleman's Raton, /Soluin attar: -
meat for sale by . •
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