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PITTSBURGH POST.
SIIOULD any of our readers desire to know
what sort of - a man long John tVentworth, of
Chicago, is, they must thank the Utica Tele
graph for this "Ho is a mammoth piece of
bone, muscle and flesh, dressed in a style of
abreviated pants, loose and flowing coat, dilap
dated hat, neck ribbon and imaginative shirt
collar."
AUSTRALIAN KELLY and ft - boxer named
'Price, have singed articles and settled the pre
liminaries for a fight for $l,OOO a side, to take
place on the first of October next,- at Point
Abind; Canada, Both men aro now in train
ing.
THE record: of the case of Mrs. Illyra
Clark Gaines, about to becarried to the Unites!
States Supreme Court at Washington, has
been made up .at New Orleans, and covers
two thousand one hundred and twenty-one
pages of manuscript.
Tltn 'Western Telegraph Company, from
Baltimore to Wheeling, have declared a divi
dend of •r} per cent.
DRS. C. M. FITCH & J. W. SYKES,
PHYSICIANS FOR DISEASES OF THE
THROAT AND CHF:7T, and other Chronic Ail
ments complicated with or causing PULMONARY COM
PLAINTS.
OFFICE-191 Penn street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
CONSULTATION FREE . A list of questions sent to
hose who wish to consult us by letter. jeg:th-sAlyw
THE LOYALHANNA HOUSE,
LATROBE, PENN , A.
THIS LARGE AND WELL VENT'',
• A. LATED HOUSE, pleasantly located .within a few
yard "of the Penn'a. Railroad, is now open for the
re
-ception of summer visitors. it Lino ten-pin alley Mot
recently been °roiled on the promisee, and fine fishing
afforded near by. AU trains step here. Charges moderate.
itinatrnatfion CHAS. W. FISHER. Proprietor.
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"DENNY'S GROVE," recently fitted up as
IRON CITY P...A.P,TE,
Is now open for the necommocation of Pic-Nies, Pleas
. urn Parties, &c.
ICE CREAM . AND ItEFREZEBIENTS.
A Itand of Music always in attendance. A good
4 covered platform for dancing.
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HOEVELER .4 MILLER.
CANNEL COAL OIL.
SOME OF TUE GOOD QUALITIES OF
li - dißdi.ed Cannel OW Oil, are these :
IT RIVALS GAS LIGHT IN .BRILLIANCY;
IT LS ENTIRELY NON-EXPLOSIVE ;
IT AT BE CARRIED ABOUT
IT IS CONVENIENT FOR GENERAL USE:
IT BURNS WITHOUT ANY OFFENSIVE ODOR;
IT IS CLEAR. AND BEAUTIFUL IS COLOR:
ITS APPEARANCE IN TUB LAMP ISORNAMEN
TA L AND ATTRACTIVE;
IT DOES XOT PERMANENTI, Y SOH, CARPETS,
CLOTH LAW et., on which it mat, be :ORM, a large i,r
itf it, Leuig 01 ta Of the bolt a'rtir.l,i fur cleaning soilcil
IT IS EMPHA TWA LL F THE CHEAPEST LK ;11.
DIRECTIONS FOR ITS USE.
'Go to a responsible dealer and obtain a good coal oil
lamp. amore Hdit tent,. so that they will move readily
op . and down in the tube. Trim the wick with sharp
i,e4sors, exactly even with the top of the wick-tithe,
chipping ail fhe small projecting imitnis at the corners.
your lamp with nor oil. Torn tip the Wick carefully
at - first, so as not to craek the chimney.
•'A - shade Will greatly enhance its excellence for read.
tug-or sewing I -
By the 'careful observaneo of these directions, yon will
secure-a light that cannot nut to please.
Our facilities for refitting are now veer perfect and
complete•. and having devoted a great de;il of laborious
attention to the art, we have sneeeeiled in produeing :in
ar ti c l e , o f thee very belt gilitiity, to It'lkielt we invite the
especial attention of the trade. All ar.t.•r, trill tie filled
at the lowest r:tb•s.
• For sftle by the barrel, or in quantities to ,nit,
niers, by ADAIR & V.ERDER,
• Retiner, of CoatA.hls,
Ponn'a. Avenue, mar High ,treet
not far from the (~art
Valuable Market Street and Mau-
leg 3tn w
THE SUBSCRIBERS, in virt Ito of power,:
conferred upon them by the will of the late Judge
otter fur cote the following excellent Unsinu,ii
!neat-inn,
A lot fronting .?.1 feet on Market street, by 176 feet
deep to illemeery Lime. with the two three-story bmi
nesA houses nil Market siren, a two-story houso in the
rear of the crone, and a two-story dwelling house on
Fourth street. The lot has a front ofnt feet 011 Fourth
street, by tam feet deep on Chancery Lane. Thin proper
ty. from its large front on Inc., streets, offerita favorable
opportunity to busirmrs men desiring a good business
location:
In . order to accommodate purchasers, On, Fourth
street. extending bark on Chancery Lure feet, will bo
sold separately front the Market street property.
• ...Also, a lot of ground in the borough of Manchester.
having a front on bricie.t sleet of 31 reet,Aud a depth°
104: feet 5 inches, tieing bounded on one side by Leekey
Alley. on which is erected a brick dwelling house of two
stories, with a portico in iron..., anti having appurtenant
thereto actitivenient ushouse and smoke house, and a
stable and carriage house on the other ijiie of Lackey
alley; thrs
Taw
occupancy of Captain
Mier. Tho above property will Ire sold upon term-
greatly conducive to the interests of purchasers. Lait h
relate to price and tune of payment. US the Exceutor,
are anxious to I,IIV up the :ad!, of. th,
further particulars, price. term, apply to either of
the subserMeN. or to S. CPTII tIERT. Agent, Market
street, Pittsliurgh. JOSEPH P. (;AZZA - M, M. P.,
Office, No. Si, Sixth streeL
ell A LEal Sll A LEIL A tt'y. at law.
t Mice. sl Fourth strect,
jyl4 vd w
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Reduction in Prices.
WM, E. SCHMERTZ & CO.,
No. 3i Fifth street,
WILL CLOSE OUT TEIR IMMENSE
H NI
stock of SUMMER (300DS, eoosOiting of
L IDI ES;
. and CHILDREN'S,
Boots. Shoes and Gaiters,
OF ALL STYLES AND QUALITIES,
At ngreat reduction on former Prince, to
Close Out their Present Stock,
To make room for Fall Goods
W. E. SCHMERTZ & Co.
al FIFTH STREET
Pll3 3dvertisentents.
rpolicol qiulorFtriror of
FARE- PROOF SAT I ABTANDER
SAFE S
WARRANTED FREE FROM DAMP 04 MOULD,
AND a
SAFE FROM FIRE
As any Safe Manufactured in the World.
Pgrrstitaton, July 19, 1559.
MESSES. BURKE & BARNES—Dcar
Sire is—We purchased a No. 5 Safe from yon for
our attire at Homewood Furnace, (near New Itrupton,
Pa.,) which has proved itself entirely Fire Prost. Be
ing In the fire, in which our store-house was consumed,
cn Monday. the 11th inst—having no means of extin
guishing the dames—all had to remain at the mercy of
the devouring element. however, when all was over,
and the Safe removed, we haul it opened, and found
Money and papers entirely safe. not even the color or
sign of fire on anything entrusted to its care. Before
this occurrence , we had one of yOur Steamboat Safes, on
the "James Wood," which was burned at our wharf on
the - 7th of May last ou removing and ersming it, the
contents wore found entirely uninjured. These repeat
ed tests of their reliability indium us tO give this testi
monial as an evidence of our entire eontatenee hi the
Fire Proof loath ies of your renowned Safes.
truly your s, JAFi WOOD & CO.
THEMANITFACTUIWALS OF SA \V
YErns CHEMICAL OLIVE ERASIVE SOAP,
after subjecting it to the severest tests known to ttie
trade. are fully persuaded that there i. no Family Wash
ing Soap in the United States, for so little money, having
at once eo many goodqualities,. (and no few discounts.)
• of 13EAUTS —ln colors, firmness, surface' and tex
turegenerally.
WIFI• PURITY—In freedom from rosin, turpentine,
fish oils: Male ;rase. and :Alliterations.
.1.11 7 QUALITY-For Washing clothes, of (Win descri
ou, coarse or tine: cotton, lioeu, woolen or silk; dyed,
Printed or white: for riterSe tar, grease, pitch. paint,
oil, printers' ink, shoemakers' wax, etc., clothes,
furniture, and from the bands.
(live it n fair trial for y9tirselves, and bo convinced.
Remember, the name. is on each bar. Ask for a copy
or the directions. li. U, &J. E. SAWYER, •
'eB • • 47 Wood street, Pittsburgh..
D. C. IiNEELAND
K EEPS CONSTANTLY. ON HAND
SQUARE AIM OVAL 808 iv ET BOXES
Also, makes to order PLAIN AND FANCY PAPER
&Ars, .ectiliible for .Shoes, Dry Goods, &e. at Eastern
prices. Corner Virgin alley and . Wood street, (third
stnry—ovk Cittzens'lhu3k,) Pittsburgh, P. 1e07.1v
()RE NE
-
T .EDIONS.- 50 boxes, ..in - iniprlO order; re
.," j ceiling this thic; for sale hy ' •
.-, • - '
jyt'r tIIKR te.ANDERSO, at? Wciaci si
A PaYLLO THEATRE.- r SLX isT)GHTS
ONLY. commencing
- Alonday, July 18, 1850.
MORRIS, BROS , PELL & TROWBRIDGE'S
MINSTRELS AND COlll-BELL-0-GIANS;
From Jw at
. Ope n
The Largest, BeSt and Moit Original Rani!
IN. THE WORLD.
The Company con,iats of the following talented ar
th-dee—
•
LON MORRIS,
• . Banjoist. Author and Commedian. -
BILLY MORRIS,
Original Meeking Bird, Comedian anilTambounist.
.101INNY PELL,
The Unrivalled Bone Player mid Versatile Performer.
J. C. TRoW BRA DOE,..
The Popular limiso. Balladist and Violinceliet.
R. M. CARIB/LI.,
Champion Female and Jig Dancer.
FUEI). WILSty•Ar,
The great Dancer and Grecian . Skittles. .•.
AMBROSE A. 'PRAYED, •
The Celehrated!lutist and Guitarist.
W.J. BROCKWAY,
Leading Violinist and Tenor.
CARL TRAUTMAN.
Violiu set'on.l and Soloist.
E. W. PIR •
Alto and iltiitariq: •
MASTER RENTZ, "••
The Child of Somt end Wonder of the World.
MASTER TOMMY,
The Juvenile lumeer, •
• •
Poor. J. L. GILBERT, '
• • The Brilliant Pianist,
. .
With the above talent, this Troupe challenges -the
world to compete with them. they will have the honor
if appearing with new &mos, Acts, Dances, Witty Say
ings, Itmlesques, &c. For further particulars, see pos
ers, pamplets, programmes, &c , of the day.
Doors open at 7 o'clock—to commence at B,_preclaoly.
cAn ea es ADMissioN.—DresS Circle, 35 centsPaxquotte
',cents; Seeend Circle, 'X cents. • • •
CHAS. A. MORRIS, Agent.
LON MORRIS, Business Manager. jytl2w
JOHN W. HcCARTILIY,
. . . .
BILL POSTER,
Will attend to the Distributing and Posting of
BILLS, CIRCULARS, CARDS & PROGRAMMES.
FOR
Amusements, listlroads, Steamboats,
Slaps, Hotels, Sales, Eta.,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
ill... Orders sent to the office - of -the Pittsburgh 11.forn
ing.Poff,-or Daffy Gazetlt, will receive pfortipt attention
LIVER INVIGORATOR,
NEVEIt DEIIILITATES.
IT ia COM ponmlrd entlre!y from Gams, and
bsa become esublkdte,l falai wl , co , lincd Medicate, known .
nod appoiccit by all Wall hose need it; and in bow re.
Fattelin all the diseases for which it
rve.no.n..ll.leLl.
It h.. cured. thoulcuutal within We hat two ~ ;etra
'Who 1.4 g(Vell up all hopes Vilt of relief. as the utuneraus
cern:lest/is In toy,
dine 'Mist be ada.plel , r. us the temperament of the
hc_lividual taking It, an t I.lc l ed In Buell iiIiIIIIIIIIIII4. to
act teeny no the Bowels.
Let the dictates of your
.It gcdde you the
use of the LTV CR. IN- OItATOR, Lad it
will cure Li deer Com- O
~ k ßlllorm At
tat ka, Dyspepaln, IChron le Di arrhoett,
Sem in in r r C o to a, Ilysente
sy, Dropsy, Stinri INtosnaclatllabltnal
Credl veneas, Chol- le, Cholera, Chole
ra illorltua, Cholera Infatiturn, Plato-
It•ore, Jo nn ti lee, Peannle Weakness-
Cd,1111,1. may be used sue- cessfhlly es an Ordina
ry Family g i oine. 'twill Care SICK
III,: A pAcii E , {:as thousands can testify.) In
l it t y MI If ;taro or three Tea
spoonfula are tale-1 len et ecinatneneeinent of
attack.
A I I wit° sae It oral thelr tetlivanny
1,, ns
MIX. IVATEIt rionyrn
TILT INA - tuouvron, AND - SWALLOW
110'1'11 1.'0(41, - zritElt.
Price One. Dollar per Dottie.
CATHARTIC PILLS,
Pore Vegetable PITA ractx, and put lop It.
Gi..t.4S CASKS, Al* Tight, and will keep
ill any climate.
Th, Fatally en..
th: llt noire Catlin, tic
in li:s pfltCiU more,
T I; • eiiivit
ha, ehirir ivied tie: PILLS]
to their.
them witthil the readi of 111.1
w.qt k.t,w
dur.,...,t oOrtion¢ Of the
M=2E=r!
. -
IN`IIII 1,1114/fIIII/AOII fttllll Al IN VIIIII•ty of the purest, reglf -
Vt1)1.• Efiraebi, whirlt art "...' alike on every pan of the
oiliwntary tanal, awl an . g good and safe in sli CO.,
es whore a e.vill.vrii Is llredeli / I.LICh IL, Dr..
/
rangements of the St orn ac h, Sleepi
ness, Pains In the hack Alta Loins,
Costiveness, Pal n and Soreness over
tile whole hotly, from sudden cold, which
trognently. If negiwne , l; ethl la a long course of Fe
e
roc, Loon of ;tope- lite, aCreeping lien-
Sat lots of Cold over ih e b o d,- , n e ,i .e ...,
nes+, lienrinelte, or weight In Ihe head,
nil I oil. win .tor; c e , Diseases, Wornis In
A
Children or dults. Itheumnttstia, a treat
Pit el tier or the flood in, an/ many gaits...tie which
flo,ll i, loot. 1..., nonoron,,l I a t , i nieol.lo9 in thii idrertils'
turns Dn.!, I nil
Plt ICE 10 CENTS.
The 'Liver Inv's:tient or a cid ramitr f.'s.
Iha rile Pit to arc rot:111,1 by I iro:v.gist. generally, twill
full ntsSes-d- ht It 1 rode. in nil the bun, ton nv.
S. 3', 'W. 5.% NII , OIC I), M.
, I2iburaet•lrer nal.l eraprirtor,
335 - 11ronctsvn y,' tic_' o ric
G. W. 110, Ktrou
4111E1 Vargin jrtlydtw
LADIES'
A Inr,7e supply jest i:cei}•cd , at
No. 31 Fifth street.
T I IF. POLAR REFRIGERATOR
wtt h
Fitter and Water Cooler Combined
Involving important principles never before attained,
which enables
MEAT,
VEGETABLES,
FRUITS, AC.,
•
To ho kept longer, dryer, and colder, with LESS ICE,
than can be done with any other Refrigerator now in
use; now on hand and for sale at
T. J. CII.4pG , S,
jo3o 124 Wood street, fwe'doors from Fifth.
STANDARD LAW PUBLICATIONS.-
Brightly's Ligest—Laws of the United States;
Brightly's Purdop's Digest—Laws of p e am l it iran i a;
Brightly's Equity Jurisprudence;
Brightly on the Law of Costs;
BrightfY's liinn's Justlee--reviyed edition;
Whartrin's American Criminal Law;
Wharton & Stillest Medical Jnrisprttdence;
Wharton's Precedents of Indictments and Pleas;
Oraydon's Forms, edited by Wright
•
Dunlap's Forms-revised and enlarged;
Linn's Analytical Index and Overruled Cases;
Troubat on Limited Partnership;
Stevens on the Principal of Pleading;
Prier, on Limitations and Liens;
Sergeant's l'ilechanies' Lien Law;
Femme on Reinimidus, '2 vols.;
Parsons on Contracts, 2 volumes;
Pafsous' Mercantile Late, 1 volume.
j .18 ' KAY Si CO.. 55 Wood street.
ouTris ,
GAUZE MERINO SHIRTS FOR MEN
wills short sleeves,
And Collars. and a full line of IMen's Furnishing Goods,
salted to the warm weather. Children's Gauze Merino
Vests, in all sizes, at
JOS. 110itNEPS, 77 Market st.
ROW , , RUST & CLATUr.,
'4IISVPACTORtIaa AND DEAI.SII3 IN
SPERM; it,u , F; ELEPHANT, 'WHALE, LARD AND
MINERS' OILS,
Also, Straits, Bank, Shore, 'rannerg and Neatgroot Oi
Sperm, Patent and Adamantine Candles,
61 FERRY STREET, NEW YORE.
A. A. CARRIER & BROTHER, AGENTS,
•
No. op Fourth Stt eet.
CO3I3IONIV EA LTH 13 , .TSLTRA ANCE
COMPANY, at Harrisburg, 1 - ,Lharh , reil capital,
i 300. 00 0. Hon. SIMON CAMERON, President; SS.
Cartier, Secretary. GIRARD FIRE Aisgr MA IHNE 'IN
SURANCE CONIPANY, Philadelphia. Assets,
1'89.73. lion. JOEL JONES, President:J. B. Alvan!,
Secretary. QUAKER CITY INSURANCE' COMPANY,
Philadelphia. Assets; s.3`-'4,351.42. TiEORCAii. HART,
PreSident: li. R. Coggaliall, Secretary.
np2.4flyd
•
JOHN N. CRAWFORD,
Attorney & CounselloT at Law,
Especial attention given to collecting and scuring
claims of every kind. •
Rum .:o—Jeremiah Dunlevy, Sr,. - • •
E. J. Roberts, Eoq.,
ARRIVED—
ANOTUER OF THOSE
I.N ATII RE PIANOS,
Which have excited such general admiration, and found
such rapid sale, has just been received by the subscri•
bars. They are the • most desirable instruments for
malt parlors, steamboats, ate, ever constructed: 1'44
• 11. KLEBER & BRO '
Sole Agents fan the above rout Steinway's; Pianos,
QITC*AR CURED El -
KJ 50 tierces-St. Lou.s Brands; -
25' -do Cincinnati, G. Phipps & Co. Brand; •
• 20 • • do .N. 1y.. - Thomas do
2,9(4.pieces ' - t
jylB:2wdAME9 HO,i;iIES a .co.
)S opened this,
C. ITANSCINI,OI7OB,:
`74 - Market otrecit:
•~'"~~i'seme~ts.
SANFOED'S
SANI S ORD'S
_„.• Margie PILE 1, grn.
witlcit the prcrprietor Mut
that, twenty. year:.
/MI dettnand from Lbw 'ciao
n a and tiro satisfactionwhicit
14
use. has induced nieirtplaec
04 " r b r
fi ferent Catlaartlca Mt,
S=l
tiattarEE2ll
this well.
NKLE TI E,
PATENT LEATHER
WALKING SLIPPERS,
W. E. SCIIMERTZ 4. CO'S,
M ILli
LINEN DRAWERS, FINT , BIW T 3,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
DAVENPORT, lOWA
o u t
Roberts & folm
AttoTP, e y s •
IME.-200 bbls, fresh, this day receiv i n g
Onr2e) BIXBY COLI
'6f
4 1 ', •
• . 4.40gt.'
. 1.
4 ; ;
t f
• t
- -• • ; • ";,-;
jpitifigittild go-Set.
:;.'f.,J*4ol,,AFtatics
griwo F104qT.,-PI.AS& FAPTINI.J.ES, SIT
- VATS in the - lioroligh'ofliirmitighaM,"bidonging
to the estate of. the date P. Mulvany, deceased, and lately
carried on by Ledlie & Ulam. These Factories are now
in thorough repair, and'in full operation, with all the
necessary implements and conveniences requisite for
the extensive manufacture of flint glom, of. that superior
style and quality for - which these Works have been so
justly celebratai ,
Possession given on the . first day of Angnst next.
C. lIRMSEN,
Executor of the Estate of P. Mulvan7.
Pittsburgh, June 17th, 1850. jeattf
FOR RENT.-
THE FIFTH STORY
THE POST BUILDING
lINITIRE AT. THL9 OFFIC
H OMES OFFERED.—IIornes to be bad in
. .
in the City of Allegheny, equal in comfort to
country scats, and, yet near enough to Owl centre or
bnsiuess to areommodete business men in either city,
Ind giro to them a home with the desirable comforts of
city and country united. Tie-re aro about one hundred
lots of .100 foot .Square, some of- them larger, lying
between Western avenue and Ohio Lane, Allegheny
avenue, and the West sldOof the Commons. Each lot
has a good street in front and alley in the rear. Each
man having about 100 feet front has room to beautify his
lot with a handsome house, surrounded with shrubbery',
thereby making ft a colony of residences equal to
country seals, -with the conveniences of the cities.
Those beautiful lots will he leased for twenty-one years,
with the
_privilege of purchasing them within that
'period. They are open for selection now. Those who
wish so desirable a location woul I do well to call soon on
THOMAS Wt. D, Land Agent,
mrlsaltf No. Fourth street.
FOR SALE.—A superior Farm of 154
acres in good farming older, in Knox county, Ohio;
a large proportion of it river bottom land: it is offered at
a - great bargain. Enquire of THOMAS WOODS,
mrls:tf No. 100 Fourth et-, Land Agent
P. 0 F I -
Gam Elastic Improved Cement and Canvass
Boating, Felt Ument, and Gravel
- ROOFING! -
Also, Agents For
Patented Aspheltic Roofing Felt.
ROOFING MATERIALS FOB SALE,
WITH INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLYING. OLD
ROOFF3 - REPAIRED.
T63MITHFIRLD sr, BETWEEN FOURTH d , FIFTH.
T IL AVE Tit IS DAY ASSOcIAXED
with the, Mr. J. DELLOW in the Undertaking bun.
nees, which will hereafter be conducted under the name
and style' orLetimon.g bellow. • JAM} LEMON.
JOUR
Undertaking in all its Branches.
LEMON & DELLOW,
• No. 118 Fourth Street,
ARE PREPARED TO DO 'UNDERTAK
ING in• all its branches, In the best manner,
at prices to snit the times.
Vin call SpOICIA attention to FISK'S NEW STYLE
PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES, for the stile of
which they are nolo agents in this city, and of which
we keep conmtantly on hand a complete rwee,rtinent. As
regards Limitiliq shapo and finish, day nX , ..1 all others.
Funerals will he supplied with Hearses, threes and
carriage promply, rind al fewer riles thanuny other
tint:Oat:diluent. iu this city. to render sat
isfaction, they solicit u eontitnutie-e" of the !citron:me
heretofore so libondlv extended to the old trot.
B UTTON. AII'ERS,
BUTTON GAITERS
Ellllll
I=l
E. SC11.1111 7 ..0:17. & (Xi.
REMOVAL.
DIUQUESNE IRON STORE.
COLEMAN, HAILMAN & CO.,
MAV UI.A.CTIIII. SUS • 017
Iron, Nails, Steel Springs, Axles, Wrought
Nuts, Washers, Spikes, 8011.,
FLAT RAILROAD RAU OF ALL SIZES, ETV., ETc.
Have removed to their new extensive Warehouse.
Nos. 77 Water and 94 Front
Where Wry ere prepared to ezecnte all orders m t het r
tine, having a large and complete assortment of Du
quesne" manufactured gond!, contently on hand,
which they otter on liberal torma. felattf
C
LOCKS, CLOCKS,
CLOCKS, CLOCKS,
Agency fr,r Lho celebrated
AMERICAN WATcii
A large asilortment /If thee° desirahlu Tune Keeper+ on
hand.
JEWELRY, stt:vr:a WARE, Etc: made to order.
Wet,. Repairing, Engraving, Gilding and Plating done
in the very best manner. _ .
RFJNEMAN k NETRAN,
Na 42 Fifth straet.
•For the Fourth of July!
100 Doz. LEMON, PINE AND
Strawberry Syrups.
COO T.iciiriee awl Jujube Drops.
lifns Wine, Brandy /Ma Cordial Drops.
7410 Creani rkites. Nuts, eta.
Abe, all kinds of Confootionerios, Fire Worbr, Fruits,
Nue., Wholesale Kul Retail, at tlio •
FRENCH AND AMERICAN CONFECTIONERY.
F. A. ItIIERSCIT
fe2l Si. Clair streot.
N. SIIEFIIARD-
(Sbeeessor to Hartwell A Stlephard,)
Druggist, Corner Wood and Sixth sts
A complete stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS and DYES, constantly on hand.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS,
Will find it to tttoir aArantago to giya us a calL Maim
factuTer cclebrted
SOTEP. CAPILLI.
PITTSBURGH STEEL WORKS.
ISAAC JONES ....-jNO. J. 80YD....W3f. WCITLOTJGII
JONES, BOYD & CO.,
CAST STEEL.
Spring, Plow, •nd A. B. Steel Sprite
and Axles.
CORNER ROSS AND FIRST STREETS,
Ja2.5 PITTSBURGH, PA
4.U1-priSTIN4 QQCIP.S--Qoing
da , lly,wittiotO retervc, at piic4B Ca below
11 C 1.4/ Bic WIO lIIt E
REssos.—Wo remove, and relinquish this part of our
business on July eta.
CHESTER : B GOTHIC HALL,
e 25 Corner Wood street and Diamond alley.
THIRD
IMPORTATION.
GEO. R. WHITE & CO.,
No. 25' Fifth Street,
ARE NOW RECEIVING A COMPLEIE STOCK OF
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
BAREGE AND BLREGE ANGLAIS ROBES,
BLACK LACE SHAW S,
Multillas, garage Anglais Dusters, &e.
jelZ,
. H. WELLUMS & Co.,
Bankets and Exchange Brokeks
Irood Street, corner of Third,
PITTSBITROB, PENN'A
'.ALLEGHENY' , 2CEITETERY.
SECRETARY AND TREASURER'S 'OFFICE:
AT No. 37 FIFTH STREET .;
SUPERINTNNDANT'S OFFICE:
'je6:f.t 1 • ' AT•THE CEREE'rERN.
.I '. OO • A ST A T Y 'I igN I44B24:I ; IIIVar q e
lot of ' greitad, frolitatigen three streets=on Nash. \
Wigton. • B."CUTHBERT & SON;
- • '; : ibl.Market etreet. ,
10 tierces prime for
itwBd=4,-(n-;.
10 IC - Po
1,31 i -lea)
>~~
Vegetable gulifitftute for Calomel
; . 1 1, Iriae%l4ll.:
BRANDETII'd_ViXIETABLIC-U.NITERSAL PILLS
by iasiOripg the botivels to their original daffy and :iota
taitietiotigive strength to the stotiatich.punfy-the blood
re-establish the healthy, conditlen of the digestive or
gans, and thus cure dyspepsia, colds, 'Coughs, theuma
tisnis, dropsies,andsicknessgenerully,whotherehronic
or recent. The celebrated Abernethy says After
having cured the derangement of the bowels, -debility,
and all diseases generally disappear of their own aemmt,
even in a short time," The experience of a century has
established the worth of those Pills beyond dispute, ass
purgative anti-bilions medicine; and their use by up
wards of 4,00(1 conscientious physicians, and by over a
million of families, shows that they aro supplying one of
the wants of humanity ' and are in advance of medical
science. The above pills, although purely vegetable, are
now known and used as a substitute for calomel (11y
drargyri Chloridunt -Vitt-) producing all its alterative
and ether indications, with none of its disorganizing ef
fects upon the sole's—often crippling for life—or its die
tressing action upon the teeth and gums. The prepared
concentration from the cams principles—the Life Add..
tion Pills—is a .substitute for blue-pill (Pillikr Hydrargyri)
possessing the peculiar action on the secreting organs,
of that preparation from mercury, but none of _its tali
voting or other injurious effects. Those who bars used
them. as a btacptill aulgtitult or otherwise, award to them
the highest praise. 'They come nearer ton eeneentrated
Essence of Life than anything yet made. in the way of
medicine, by man. A single pill given daily, when all
hope has fled, has often restored health. In fact, they
supply an organic principle to the blood, always wanting
in-extreme eases of sickness. Old people have the Se
cretions of early youth restored by the Life Addition
Pills. Thelr value as life preservers mislead estimate.
Fj w r , ll 4 7 , d an re , t l h b 'T . l % :. i ' gt o d f al a Ae s l i l c , 4 i c ii re ve r rs so al n Pi t l h l i s i, rzn n o s % , :e/J-og , tt t l h e
THE Lare'Arinttfax PILLS SUPPLY TIM 111161NIC NECESSITY OF
TUE Moon's virhirrv—tilt`minute globules of vegetable es:
se flees, of wide', they are but the concretion. )nave their
exact c0untt,...1,,.mt in the vital globulea of the blood. Anil
from whenetsdoes the blood derive its life, its globules!
verily from the same source from wheneeDr.lirandreth
derives the life_ principle of the Life Addition Pills—froin
the Vegetable Kingdom ;
These ping, as also the Universal, are warranted pure
ly vegetable. Retailed respectively at 25 and 50 cents.
Physicians and the public supplied by the gross, or sin
gle box, at No. ..Z4 Canal street, ltrandreth's Prineipid
Otfico; by Thomas Ifislpath, No. 27 Ili:ma:nil Street
Pittsburgh, Pa-, end by all respectable dealers in meal
- je27iTtnam
No. ono ia now deterrod . from changing the
WHISKERS •OR MUSTACHE
From rod, grey or randy, to n rich
By a fear of injuring or staining the skin
CHRISTADORWSDYE )
8 harmless as water, mild as milk, and
TRUE TO NATURE,
in the magnificent colors it imparts. Sold everywhere,
and ariptied by ail Hair Dressers. Cuatrropoae, G
Astor !Awe, .New York • -
je27: - Tmiaw.
enicubut--The 'subscribers are transacting
n Geperal Foreip aqd Domestic Shipping anti
Commission liiisiness, ip thus pity, and liar) 'dosed the
new emit tlpmpronf NVittetlonse. 15n. 57 West . i'iatt street;
where they are prepared to receive am' sell Foreign
and Domestic Goods of all kinds, •and idter thie usual
facilities on all consignments to their address. -
In the department of Shipping, a long experience
warrants us in assuring our friends that all business re
ed l tot Vessels and Cargoes will be promptly attend-
ISATE4 & JOHNSON
We confidently offer our services in 1111 tho various
departments of ry Coninterciel
CURRY. NEPHEW k CO.
Haltimore, Fel.runry,lSs9.—mrtnti
STEAM ENGINE BUILDERS,
IRON-FOUNDEIIB,
General Machinists and Boiler Makers,
NEAR THE PENN'A R. R. PASSENGER DEPOT,
LT E F nzi A n e
h O un i7
Mml oo t fifty lw,rso power, and sitho.l fur lirist
Sow 131,.t furnryeeti, etc.. Ito.
GiTe jutrtietilar . Atlevtiort to the oonstruetion of En
pine: and Slarionery for f.rrist mills, and for uprights,
millay, and eiro Mar MOW mills.
If ace alunyo on hand, fin tew,l and ready for ,hiprggut
at %hurt notice. Engines and Boller,. Of every de, , eription.
Abu,. furni , lt noiler4 and Sheet Iron ,parately, mui
Wrought imn Stmfting. Hanger, :111,1 in every
variety, and continue the nvolottethro of Wooleu
Ma
chinery and Machine Card,.
(bur pncea aro low, our maghlucry manufactured of
the }rot yuditv of nruterial, and ‘yarrantvd in all ea....%
to give Witt 4f-9<aipn.
a- 'Orden , from 01 parts of - the country ,olirited, and
promptly 1111,4. mr-2:nrinlioof
PRINTING, WRITING AND WRAPPING PAPERS,
I. W. GRAFTON, z;1
P &PER • DEALER.
• • v•
0 •°T Wood st, cor:. Diamond alley, 0,7
, PITTSBURCH,. "'
fil FZeele eons:antly ou lanci,a roll to,ortmu, of 5 .
li Ilanna S Son's et:le:T:1:4,1 •••••
....
PRINTING AND WitAPPINq rApEns, 7 ,
Mt. trolly Paper C,l.'i Fine NV: ititid Mper,Light-
Q
body', I c rintlng Inky, he. 4.
CASII PAIR VOA,
.RAUS.
jy_l2:Conclirr •
CL( oCKS, CLOCICs.
LARD OIL, CANDLES,
Palm, Toilet and Rosin Soaps,
No. 47 Wood Stree - :4 Pittsburgh, Ps
R. R. 611JUIER. T. IL OMIT
EIT_T-Ta GILP... eir, 3:).49.."c71T"1",
Vnnufwtnrera “feverp thwription of
FURNITURE,
A full asanrtment of Pl'r1: 4 1WRIl11 MIf.\SPFACI't P.
FeItNITVItE, cenatantly on hand, which sec n 11
.01l at the lowest prices tut ca.!, • npatly
GEO. -BLETCIFER,
GOSSAMER VENTILATING WIG,
vr.A STING BAND TOUPEES,
aan ZVEItt DSSCTUITIOI OP
Ornamental Hair for Ladies- and Gentlemen,
NO. 05 MARKET STREET,
my 2 TA
LONG egr,
DEALERS IN MANILLA, HEMP, CU SIVON AND JUTE
CORDAGE,
OAKUM, TAR, PITCH ANL ROSIN TARPAULIN
DUCH,..AND ILEAVY DRILLING.
feiCtly 4 No. 'OO Wateiiireet.
NOBLE BROWN & CO
125 and'l2l Duane Stieet,
•
:NEW YO
IMPORTER.' OF
• •
English, Irish sald Scotch Linens,
White Linens of all ipialitic!:,
!Ray Unit,
Blouse Linens,
Brown, Blay and Black and While Holism's.
Farmers' Duck,
Farmers Drills..
Padding Canvasses.
Raven's Duck,
Carpets,
Burlaps, all widths and qualities.
Sold by the package. on most favorable terms. [apl2.
F r tlt ST CL
BLANK,' ACCOUNT BOOKS,
01 0 ALL STYLES AND SIZES
MADE TO ORDER, OR SOLD FROM THE sriErxik
A LARGE STOCK OF
COMMERCIAL STATIONARY.
PRINTIXNTC4
In 'ill its brunches, CARDS, CIRCULARS, RILLS
LADING, PAMPHLETS.
AVELDIN,
•
je34 fi 63 Weal root near Fourth.
REMOVAL.
CG. 111JSSEY• & CO4 have removed
. to their new Copper Warehotise, No. 37 Fifth
street, in the Now Iton Front Block, three doors west
of Wood.
.PITTSBURGH COPPER ROLLING MILL
O. G. .111ISSEY. & CO .,
• lifilltitrcettirerS of
Braziers' Bolt and Sheathing Copper,
Pressed. Copper Bottoms, Locomotive Tubing, Raised
Still Bottom and Flats of all Sizes, Brass Kettles, Sheet
and other Brass, Speller; Copper, Solder, Copper Rivets,
etc. Dealers in Block Tin, Tin Plate, Lead Wire, Sheet
Zinc, Antimony, Sheet Iron, Tinners' Tools, &c.,
No. 37 Pink street, Pittsburgh, Pa,
oar Sheet Copper cut to any pattern. [ap&eirtd-
L. C. HEPBURN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND CONVEYANCER,
OFFICE WITH IL HEPBURN,
solglyis] . No. oo Fouilli-stroot.
GRA'rs.. CASES, VOL I.—Reports of
cases argued 6nd adjudged in the SupremeCoUrt
of Pennsylvatua.. For sato by J. R. WELDIN,A..,,
jy9 • , , 68 Wood street, near Fourth._
• 14 res •or sae 00.66
•••••''•
♦. ~,
FEAR AT AN END.
BLACK' Olt BROWN,
GEO. H. KEYSER, Agent,
Pittahurgh. Pn.
WM.. N. FABER & CO.,
PITTSBURGH, PA
B. C. Si. J. H. SAWWER,
I=l
NO. 4, S)luniFiEl,ll STREET,
PlTT.9l.ltraGin, PA
Manntartnrer of the Celebratoql
RESH BUTTER.-7 jars and 4 Ittigs
Fresh Butter, junt. reoeniod and:for sale b$ t t
JAMES A. FEI'Zl✓R; . i
corner Market and First streets.
4 + '
• *,
! •
7.4'1
.UtO* dates.
DAILI' SALES AT NO. 5-1 FIFTII ST.,
at the now Commercial Sales Rooms, No. at fitth
street, every week day, are held public sales of goodain
all variety. suited for the trade and consumers, from
, Largo stock which is constantly replenished with fresh
consignments, that Must be closed forthwith.
AT TEN O'CLOCK, A.
Dry Goods and fancy articles, comprising nearly every
thing needed in the line for personal and family use;
table cutlery; hardware; clothing; boobs and shoes; la
dies' ware,
AT TWO O'CLOCK., P. M.,
Household and kitchen furniture, new and second-hand;
beds and bedding; carpets; elegant iron stone China
ware; stores; cooking utensils; groceries, 3c.
SEVEN O'CLOCK, P.IIL,
Fancy articles; watches; clocks; jewelry; musical in
struments; gnus; clothing; dry goods; boot and shoes;
bongs; stationery, &c. P. M. DAVIS,
sepB Auctioneer.
ELEG AN T OIL PAINTINGS.—On
THURSDAY and FRIDAY morm ngs, July 21 and
`Lot 10 o'clock, will be sold, in the second floor Auction
Room, No. 14 Fifth street by descriptive catalogue,
large and splendid collection of Oil Paintings, many of
which have been inspected from France and Germany
this season. comprising valuable originals, by eminent
living artistic and fine copies of some of the most cele
brated Pictures, by old masters now in the diderent gal
leries of Eli rope. Among the subjects are life-size Groups
and Figures: Ilistoric Sketches; Architectural and Street
Views in dittbrent European cities; Cattle Pieces; Marine
Views; Game. Fruit and Plower Pieces; Landscapes, 41. c.,
the whole forming, it is believed, the best collection ever
oftiwoil is this city. The attention of all lovers of geed
pictures is respectfully invited to this sale. The Paint
ingH will be arranged, and the room opened to the pub
lic from Monday until day of sale.
jyln P. M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
Q9_BUILDIN(I LOTS ADJOINING TIIE
ERDITiI WARD AT AUCTION.—On SATUR
DAY AFTERNOON, July nt 2 o'cloek, on the prem
ises, near the first dam on the Naming:that river, will
be sold. thirty-three desirably located lots of ground,
in tiazzarn's Eirst Plan of Extension of the City of Pitts•
burgh, situate on Braddock, limdy and Commerce
streets.
The above are in a rapidly improving neighborhood.'
and merit special :Mennen. Terms, only ono: cash,
remainder in four equal annual payments with interest
Tittle warranted.
Plan earn be seen at Auction Store.
P.M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
CLINTON HOUSE,
u.rlo.vro 11".ir Pennsylvania,
JOHN BIERER, Proprietor.
THIS COMMODIOUS AND POPULA t
HOTEL, alter being refitted and furnished thratfg, l
out, with elegant furniture, is now ready for yffi recep
tion of geests. The Railroad from Connellsville to
Uniontown will be finished early in July, thus affording
a cheap and pleasant rnoffe of trarelitig topersons wish
ing to wimps the heat and smoke of Pittsbur gh during
the heated terra. This House is situated within a few
moments Arise of the celcibmbitil • Fayette. Springs, and
the proprietor is determined to spare neither trouble or
expense in rendering those who visit him eomfortable.
Ult4rnits nioderatit. inyl Siff
•
mrcrrA EL 01TARA,..TR., •
(sucee,.6r to M. (Yllarrq
WITOLZSAti IsIiALER
FOREIGN WINES , BIZANIUkS AND Liquons
It PCT.' PY ING DISTILLER,
NO. 11 - ,1 Fifth street, between Wylie and Ross streets,
34 iloot elate Wylie street, -;cops constantly on hand a
.^.rg., stook of Old Mt - long:Melia Hye and Double Reetl.
tied Whisk y, Diaz - v.4in Wines, - Brandies, and all articles
usually kupt. in Cho booineya,-
KNOX'S ICE CREAM ROOMS,
No. 27 Fourth Street, neat' Ferry.
'FITE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY
;Lanwin,,, , to the pat rono of thin stell.known eat
that ho io ottil prepared to fornetlt • •
PARTIES AND WEDDINGS,
In rtry ttyle. atilt
Ich:S. JELLIES, FANCI . ' OASES AND PYRAMIDS.
stir ttendetnell flirt La dies $t recd With Me3lNinetutl
ing eery detkowty of the sononn, iu style-, e qu al -to any
tlrot class hotel, et all hours day and .oretuuk
iols,—"tt JACOB B. lIIIBLEI'.
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED BY THE
STATE FAIR TO
GRAFF & CO.
Flat TtiF laNT
fa. 11 1 1 . C:3 O - 3M"
For the best Mango for farrdhea, and best Wood Cool;
Stove. 1 Opium:, for best Laundry Store. Also on hand,
a large v.wxtnu•nt of Hen: iug'Stoves, Plain and F'aury
I; rate Fronts. VeNIPrS, Sad and log Iron., Smear Ket
tles, Tea Nettles, Wagon Boxes, Hollow-Warn, et 0..
URA!' A IX)" No.= Lil.orty street,
152 • -• At the of Wood street,
AMERICAN IRON WORKS.
JONES & LAVICH,
3lnnotaßimers of
IRON AND NAILS,
JUNIATA AND COMMON SHEET IRON,
Lauth'sfatentshaftog,PistoalletlVlAtes,&e,
wAßELovsr.:,i t
98tinter 6tcett , unit 132 Plrst Street s
I~ITTSxuRGII,
And corner of Franklin and South Water SIA, Chicago
nudidy
TERRA COTTA OR
STONE WATER PIPES,
FltoM TWO TO 'MX INCH CALIIHIE.
Prices from Twelve tq Thirty (Its. per Foot
ROCHESTER PEARL STARCH,
For, Fab) Whplesol! at Simon facturen rrives by
HENRY H. COLLINS,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
CHEESE, BUTTER, SEEDS, FISH,
AND PRODUCE ORNERALLY.
No. 2, WooD ST., PITTSBURGII
FURNITURE Prit full ris
sortment of Pat,burgh mann facturea FURNJ
IMRE. embrrwing
MIRY:AUX,
Eitn.lK CASES,
WARD ROBF;S,
And every amble needed in n. well furnished dwelling
it.' well an n Wendel assortment of
F l tCFS. NITUIt E,
Constantly on hand and made to order. As the only
terms on which business is done at this e.qtaldishrnont is
for CASH, pheeg dral liutde Iweordingly, .• Persons in want
of anything in the abaive line. would tic advantaged by
calling at FACKINEW IR\VINiS,
No. 103 Smithfield street, below Fifth,
1. D. Frimr.Vera4
Jona M. lawn.
DISSOLUTION.—The partnership
Wfore existing betwcon AVilliam Smith and Pixon
Brown, under the style of WM. SMITH & (5)., woo dis
solved on Ito Kith day of February,lSZO, by the death of
Mr. Mixon Brown.
David K. Park and James Park, Jr having purchased
as
the interest of Mr. Brown, deceased , in the late firm of
\Vnt. Smith & Co. The Foundry nod Machine busi•
111.:+14 will be hereafter conducted under tho style fo
SMITH, PARK & CO, by whom the business of Thetate
firm will Ito settled. •
=El=
SMITH " PARK CO.,
WARD FOITAIDRY
PITTSBURGH, PA.
,
Warehouse, N0..1.40 Firstondipiit tiAcoondAifticets.
Marintieturi.rs of siiea and descriptions of coal Oil,
l of r 4 111111: . 3tliiS, tray avid Water Pipe, ,Sad Irons, Dog
Iron, Wagon.Lioxos,litoel Moulds, Milton, Hangers and
Couplings,
Also ebbing and Machine Castings of every deserip.
lion made to order. . -
Having a eotopleto madden shop attached to the
Foundry, all neeosvary (Ming will be carefully attend
ed to. tnyglaitfaeivnw
11.1. De JUDER D. D. P.M MS
D. B. ROGERS & CO.,
• SIAHPFACTUBRiCS OF
ROGERS' IMPROVED PATENT
STEEL CULTIVATOR TEETH ,
Corner Ross and First Streets . ,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
pO.l - 1 - 11.1 SNOWDEN'S
1 - NEW TEA•STORE,
. .
No. 34 Fifth Street,
EXTRA CURIOUS OOLONGS, FINEST YOUNG
HYSONS, OUNPOWBERS.
IMPERIALS, ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEAR
All purchased at lowest cash prices, and for sale Whole
sale and Retail, at SMYTH & SNOWDEN'S
mrlCttf liew'rea Store. 84 Fifth street.
. _
A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
Paint and Varnish 13rushes, and Artists' Materi
als of every description, kept constantly on hand at
JOSEPH FLF.MING'S.
jyl9 corner of Diamond and. Market street.
1111) OUSSEL'S EAU LitTRALE ODOR
AN ANTE—By 'trashing the hair with this Extract it
soon becomes,pleasingly son, atilt •etill restore it to its
natural color and brilliancy. For sale by
JOSEPII FLEMING,
.vl9 corner of Diamond and Market street.
THE ORIGINAL' WOVEN SKIRT, and
the best in tho market. for snlo
JOSEPH HOILNE'S,
77 Market street,.
— A
LOT—Not a "Corner Lot"—but:
LARGE; LOT of Embroidered Bands.for ado at.
New York cost by JOSEPH HORNE,
jyl9 ' . 77 Market street.
•FIRE ! FIRE WORKS!!—
FOURTH . .1859,-,We are.now receiving from
the Factory .P. Diehl, for whom we are Solo gents,
a fall:and pleteasFortmnnt(nr.glßEWPßcor
sisting of the folldwing, ' '
Rockets, from oz. to 2 lbs. Flower Pots, Nov. 1 and 2.
Rotnan Candles, 1 ball to 20; Flying Pigeons
Roman Candles, colored; 'Triangles, No . l to 6:
Blue Lights, No.l to 5; Bcp.o Lights, 1 oz. to 10
Grasshoppers; ' . • Vertical Wheels;
Pin Wheels, Noi. 1, 2,3 Saxon Wheels;
Chasers,'Nos. 1,2, : Rockets Colored Serpents;
Scrolls, Nos- 1 , 2 , - - :Double headers
Mines of Stars, 1, 2,3, 4, - 6p Torpedoes, 500,0 0 e; -
Exhibition Pieces, from to $5OO, with directions.
• • REYMER k ANDERSON •
lel4 • -30 Wood street, opposite or. Charl es
Fi te
RIEII APPLES..= mu 99 naN blisli.
co for NN. s
o at!!
Oft • • - - UIT Liberty stroca:
S ri.r - cii•f7 Mit. S
SEWING MACHINES
BEAUTY,
DURABILITY,
AND CAPACITY TO
PERFORM EVERY
NO OTHER•MACHINE CAN COM
PARE WITH SINGER'S
New and Improved Machines,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, AT
STILA ITS 32 Market street:
MACHINES
Have gained the 'confidence
of all who use them, and have
proved one of the most valu
able inventions of the age.
They use a Shuttle, making
Sides of the loth alike, which
or polled out.
They are all made with the highest mechanical skill,
and all warranted to work well on all kinds of goods,
from the Lightest Fabric to Heavy Leather. In partici'.
lar,we would call the attention of all to.our new Family
Sowing Machina. It line been manufactured expressly
for Family Use, and has met with favor from all. It is
so simplified as to render it almost impossible to eel out
,p_fsgarder, or derange its operations; indeed it is so sim
ple tis. , tf:i'astonisli one, that so small a piece of mechan
ism wilrgew s
Below, we give a description of the different styles of
the Weed Patent.
- - -
• Not 3, Isi a very convenient style, which • can be
worked by hilud or foot, on - or off its own table. For
convenience of shipping, and also for large manufacto
nen, whore it le necessary to placen number of Machine..
into a long bench, making one table answer for them
all. Price, SOO.
No. 2: With Wahint Rt. Mahogany Table, either with
or without Box Top, which locks down. Price, $lOO
and MO.
No. at Sainte she as Na. 2, but runs with a belt, and
at a much higher rate of speed. This kind is well
(Wattled' to trumuffteturing Clothing or Leather work.
This is really the cheapest Machine in the truuket, as
there is lie-Fork done on a Sewing Machine that it will
not do. It is confidently 'asserted that this Machine
runs easier than any machine new in use. Price, $lOO.
No. 4. This machine ha a long arm, to accommo
date large work. It runs at a high rate of speed, runs
easily, and Is, without doubt, the best Machine-for Tail
or's use, ever offered to the public. It is also peculiarly
fitted for plantation work, as it is very simple yet sub
stantial and durable, with but little liability to get out of
order. Price $l2O.
No. 5. Thio n new and cheaper style, and a 'gen!
ern favorite for Family, Light Leather, and 'n great
variety of work. It has been gotten' up with reference
to furnishing a strong and durable, yet light and task ,
Machine, at a less price than either of the above. ft
ruins very easy, rapidly. and is protium:iced the best
machine now in market, for Vai ;
' No. This is 0 Machine got up so on entirely new
principle, different from anything ever before otfered
to the public, and, we confidently^ . assert that for family
111 , 0 it ha. lint an equal. It is very as
light and tty, runs
very rapidly: is almost noiseless in ita operation and
uses a straight needle. It is so arranged as to be
utterly impossible to miss stitelte.a. It has a tension on
both sides. and carries a large supply of thread on the
under spout. The inotiona are gamed by two small
cranks that run without perceptible 'noise. The' two
threads are worked in.aged a manner as never to both
pull at the same time, and consequently little liable to
break. The seam is very elastic, and the thread does ,
not brash hi trashing: -will do coarse work better ;
than ai v machine now in market, as it uses silk, cotton
or linen with equal facility. Price, :50.
Desori pure circulars furnished ).tratio.
; OFFICE:477 lIROADWAY. hEW YORK.
Wiirl - NIET fit-LYON, Proprietors.
44- Agents wanted. ruy27timdtir
The 'Greyer & Baker
SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
. .
. .
. : Pittsburgh Agency, No. it); Market-St.
Having greatly increased their facilities for manufactur
ing their CELEILIZ.VrEII FAMILY Macnnas, with all the recent
improremeins hove reduced their prices, and offer for
sale a
NEW STYLE NAMUNE.
Price, s4o4mllemmer, $5 Extra.
IL is no longer questioned that these Machines are the
best in use for family Ne. Wing. They
HEM, FELL, GATHER A.ND STITCH
In the most superior manner, and are the only machines
in the market that are so well and simply made, that
they may be sent into families with no other instructions
than are contained in a eirular which accompanies each
machine, and from which
A CHILI) OF TEN TEARS
May readily learn how to use, and keep them in other.
They make upwards of
PIFTEEN HUNDRED S'YFPCHFS A MINUTE,
And will do the sett ing oia family cheaper than a seam
stress or,t; do it, even if she works at the rate of
Is there a husband, Either, or brother in the United
Sixties, rlio will permit the drudgery of hand sewing in
his family, when a Grover t Baker Machine will do it
better, more expeditiously, and cheaper than can possi
bly be done by hand.
Arir Send fos s CYrrit/ar.
The first place in public estimation is now justly-ac
corded to the Grover At 1 - I..sior Machine, for family, ew
ing. for the Chewing rengons:-Ist. It is more simple
arid easily kept in order than any other Machine.
It inak.es a seam which will notrip or mveLthough every
third stitch is cut. 3d. It sews from two ordinary spools,
and thus all trouble of winding thread is avoided, while
the same machine can be adapted at pleasure, by amere
change of spools, to all varieties of work. itch. 'rho same
machine runs silk, linen thread, cotrgOon spool cotton,
with equal facility. bth. The seam is as elastic as the
most elastic fabric, so that it is free item all liability to
break to washing, ironing; or otherwise. MIL The. titch
matte by this naaehine is more beautiful than any other,
matte either by hand or machine.
01 . 11410D1S OF THE. PRESS:
. Tho best patent now in nse.—[Easton Whin, _
Stands high in the estimation of all—fßrio taxru4ittition.
It is all that it is recominendeil—fLuna Democrat.'
It hoo no supener—f Ashtaliala Telegraph.
A household necossify7fdlatavAn
Grover A linker's is unrivalled—l.RoelthorCAtivertiser.
Mettle the wants of the housewife—{Aubuin Ch. Adho.
A necessity in the family—{Southern Inventor.
The eheapest and best in use—Plithilwinsville Gazette.
They nre the best in use—[Waterfurd Sentinel.
The best manufactured—{Pittston Journal. • .
Worthy of public patroutw , "[Jersoy Shore Repub.
Grover it Baker have the beet improveralentsHunt.
Journal.
Not liable Rigel out of order—{Westchester Jeff.
The nine; convenient in use—{Chicago News Letter.
Possesses mere advantages than any other—[Nash.
Gazette.
All articles are made with it with ease—illasard'sGai.
Lightens the labor of those at home-loughman.
A child of ten years old may use lt—{Farmer and Vis
Will do most beautiful sewing--:Allentown Dem.
Sews silk, linen. or cotton thread—[Pitts. Advocate.
Is more simple than any other—Mleveland'Reporter.
Merits a place i u every family—{,Abingdon Democrat.
Sews a yard a minute-Cleveland Leader.
The best in use for flunities—(Biblical Recorder•.
It makes a fine, strong seam—.Laporte Union.
NATHAN WHITING; Agent,
del3 No. 107 Market street.
1859. Second Arrival 1859
1=17313E1
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
AT THE
FOURTH STREET CARPET STORE,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
WD. & IL MeDALLII3i B.ESPECT
• FULLY announce that they are receiving a
second supply of CARPETING, selected directly from
the Importers and Manufacturers, by one of the firm.
now in thu East, to which they invite the attention of
purchasers. Also, a new style of CANTON :VATTING.
for Summer Parlors. The fittest make of CARPET
SWEEPERS, etc. etc., which shall be offered at the
lowest rates. [JO] W. I). d ll. MeCALLUM..
THE MEMORARE.
._•
ACOLLECTION OF CATHOLIC ITUSIC,
containing six Masses, a short Heinlein idfl.l9 Vera
pers. and it.yariety of miscellaneous pieces. suitable for
morning and evening service, with accompaniments for
organ or melodeon, by Anthony Werner. ilrgauist..and
Ilirector.ef the Choir of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross,
Boston. The " Mernorare" is published in one large
quarto volume, of 272 pages, well bound, nod sold at the
low price of $2,60 per copy. A liberal reduction made to
churches. For sale by JOllll H. MELLOR,
jy4 . SI Wood street.
• S. GRAY & SON.,
DRA.PIERS AND TAILORS,
No. 52 St. Clair street,
_jy4:llve PITTSBURGH, PA.
Saratoga Springs--Union Hall
TTAVING undeivine extensive altera
tions and improvements, is now open for the re
ception of visitors. The grounds have been enlarged
and improved, and club rooms and carriage house, with
lodgings for coachmen, added, for the accommodation
of those who mop bring 'their own equippage with them.
Every exertion will be made by the Proprietors to sus
lain its well established reputation.
• PUTNAM & PAYNE.
T iy h k e hn house will remain open until the let of October.
Watches and Jewelry.
DEINEMAN d MEYRAN,
42 FIFTH STREET,
Are now Rolling FINE GOLD AND SILVER
HUNTING WATCHES,
Of American and Engbah manufacture,
at greatly reduced prices.
Call and see. jell
GENTS' SEASONABLE
trr N mEirsITIRTS, DRAIV.ERS, lIALF-HOSE,
Of Lisle Thread, Gauze, Merino, Silk,,Linen, Cotton de
of all. sizes, at
$11,) - §4. - -i. ;lar g e assortment
A-41 At. ?Tench-13nd Chantilly Lars Dinneen, selling
Tory, , Alao, alt oar , stock of thin dress Ag_oods.
Plea= wit =lima thairt;., O L HANSON LOVE,- •••
1718 74 Market street.
*abg fflathines.
IN POINT OF
PERFECTION OF WORK
VARIETY OE SEWING,
WEED'S
SEWING
ONE CENT AN HOIJR.
BIRSITE'EILD
No. 83 Wood strept.
,Vtediati.
HE CORALITE AND . PORCELAIN
T
TEETH have now been extensively tested by the
citizens of Pittsburgh, and the verdict In their favor is
unanimous. Many have laid nside teeth mounted on
(told plate to avail themselves of the improvements
embraced in these new and beautiful styles of Dentistry.
Their superiority consists mainly in their perfect adap
tation to the mouth—their l'ierfect cleanliness, being
without crack or crevice for food to find lodgment, and
made of a material on which the juices of themouth
cannot act; they are free from all metallic taste, corro
sion or tarnish and do not effect the breath, which is a
great desideratum, as all who wear. Gold, Silver, Platt- .
num or othe Metallic Plate, can testify.
- They also cot no great strength with lightness, com
fort and elegance--
s with their close resemblance to
natural teeth render em the most desirable substi
tutes for those organs ever offered. An examination
will fully confirm all that has be - en said in their praise.
N. STEBBINS, M. D., Dentist, 191 Penn street.
N. B. Teeth drawn by the painless process. jelealsw
PItOF. WOODS)
HAIR RESTORATIVE.
'UNRIVALLED IN MARKET,
WITH IMMENSE
Home and Foreign . Demand.
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IF•YOUR - lIAIR IS GRAY, ' ''' -
IF YOUR HAIR IS THIN,
OR IF YOU ARE BALD,
IT WILL RESTORE IT. - : •• 0
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IF YOU HAVE DANDRUFF,
IF YOU HAVE SCALD HEAD,
IF YOU HAVE NERVOUS HEADACHE,
IT . WILII CURE THEM,'
TO PRESERVE THE COLOR,
TO PREVENT ITS FALLING,
TO MAKE THE irmit GLGssy. •
USE WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE.
SOLD BT-O. 3. WOOD & CO,
114 MARKET STREET, ST LOUIS, MO,
PATENT MEDICINE DEALER& AND
DRUGGIST'S, IN CITY AND COUNTRY.
Sold by Dr. GEO. 11. - KEYSER, No. 140 Wood street,
and B. L: FAHNESTOCK & CO, No. GO,.e.omet Wood
and Fourth streets, and by all good Druggists generally.
jek3mdaw
SUFFER NOT.—DRS. GOLDSMITH &-
CO, No. 42 Sixth strnet. Pittsburgh, Penn'a, still
continues to be consulted on all diseases of a PRIVATE
or DELICATE NATURE. From a long course of study
and practical experience of unlimited extent, Dr4(3,
Co. have the gratification of presenting the unfortanate
with remedies that have never failed to cure the-most
alarming case of Gonorrhea and Syphilis. Beneath his
treatment, all the horrors of VenereW and Impttroßlood,
Serofula,llleers, Pain and. Distretis, or Inflammation of
the Bladder and lildneys,.kbseesses,Buniors,Frightful
Swellings, and the long train of horrible symptoms at
:tending this class of diseases,:tue miulefto become as
harmless os the simplest nilinga ohs child. - '
SEMINAL W KNESS—Drs. G. 8. Co. devotes mach
of their attention to the treatment of those cases ceased
by a secret. and. solitary habit. which ruketithe body and
inind,imtitting the unfortunate individual for either !nisi
ness or society. Some of the sad and melancholy (fleets
produced by these early habits of youth aro, Weakness
I of the back and limbs, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspep•
sia, Nervousness, derangement of the Digestive time--
tions, symptoms of Consumption, etc., etc.. The fearful
effects on the Mind aro much to be dreaded; Tit :Moss
of memory. confusion of ideas, depression of spirits,
evil foretxxlingsAversion to society, self-distrust, timidi
ty, etc., are among the evils produced. Such persons,
before contemplating marriage, should consult a physi
cian of skill and experience, and be at once restored to
health and happiness. Agile and Fever cured, and scar
ranted. All letters containing a fee, addressed to Dm.
GOLDSMITH A. CO:, Pittsburgh; Penn ' s, meet with.
prompt attention, and medicines forwarded, secure from
observation, and a cure .guarintecd. The strictest so
crt-Jy observed in all case t.'
M. Don't forgot the place, No. 42 Sixth street, Fitts
burgh, P. apl9:lydsw
EYE AND EAR
DISPENSARY.
(ere DS Main direct, (2t dour, up staars,)lftuffalo,.N..Y.
ETABLISHED - BY THE CELEBRA
TED DP. JOHNSON, late of London, Eh:lsland.
A great discovery in the science of medicines, being
a certain and speedy cure for restoring tho sight and
removing alt diseases peculiar to the eye. This is uni
versally neknowledged the only safe and sure remed ynow known. has been used with great aneeess
liythe
most skillful physicians in Europe and America.
Patients in any part of the country can treat them
selves successfully at it moderate expense, thereby
avoiding the danger and expense of .falling into the
hands of unskillful physicians. This medicine (sufficient
to cure.) will be sent by mail or express, with all LIOCt.9.
sary directions, on receipt of Ten Dollars.
Dr. .7ohyason's Certain and Infallible Citre for Deaf - nest and
Soujing N,ises in the Eery, Nervous hood
rtud Mind Otruptaints,
Affording instant relief to sufferers who have been trou
bled with deafness for many years. After using this
remedy a few days the patient ns suddenly, and almost
miraeulnusly enabled to hear ordinary toned conversa
tion; in the course of a few weeks the most obstinate
mein of deafness is effectually cured.
Patients too numerous to mention have been restored
to perfect hearing, and forever rescued front the snares
of the numerous - dangerous unqualified pretenders of
the present day. Hospital and private testimonials and
certificates from the most eminent physicians and sur
geons in England, in whose presence deaf persons have
wen cured. arid many I und reds of private patients cured
:-.an be seen or referred to. A ease of this medicine,
:enough to effect a cure.) trill- be forwarded to any part
of the country for Fifteen Dollars. Address
DR. JOHNSON, Drawer 404.
Office 95 Slain St., Bnffalo,Zi. Y.
je27 - Iyrdtw
To Hotel Keepers, Restwuraalts, Drug
gists, Groner% and. the Public.
DR. BUITI.IIO.IIPS 111.TTERS
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Have, from their excellent qualltiek been recom
mended by tho AIoST EMINENT PIIY
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SIGLANS as a most valuable and
.
never-failing remnily for'
DYSPEPSIA,. DIARRHEA,
DEBILITY, HEARTBURN. -
BILLIOUSNESS, JAUNDICE,
LIVER COMPLAINTS, - ' BLOOD LASEAS
Are also a sure and certain prevenhitivo against
Fever and Aipie, Cholera, Bummer Com.
plaints, ace.,
and is the moat valuable and EdileaCifalif, TON:a AND
APPETITE-CREATING COMPOUND ever offered to
the public.
By the use of these BITTERS all DISEASES OFINSE
BLOOD will be thoroughly eradicated, and all t hose_kho
are sutrennAi from early excesfand PROSTRATION OF
THE PHYSICAL ENERGIES will he restored tOll RO
BUST and VIGOROUS STATE OF HEALTH. - •
The DIGESTIVE ORGANSwiII be stirnulatedand , -
MANENTLY STRENGTHENED. APPETITE. wRI bo
created, and the DEBILIBATEDSUI3JECTRESTORED
TO NEW LIFE.
This remedy has a very agreeable taste, and with be
taken readily by children as well as by adults.
All persons suffering from any of the abbve.iout
plaints are invited to try DIL BRUNON'S BITTERS.
Dose.—Forartadult,a small wine-glassful threatiatea
a day ;.fer a child a small teaspoonful twice a'clay..:
Sole Agent for the Vnited 9tat i 9.
NO. 742 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
Sold at 60 cents per bottle, $5 perdoxen,o,sopargallon
extra Bitters for Bar-rooms, by the gallon or barrel, d
the low price of $1.25 per gallon fine Stoughton Bitten 3,
$1.25 per gallon. For sale by all Druggists and Groan's.
Wholesale and Re tail, at ,
jahtly:daw 742 BROADWAY, N. I'l,
M'GINLEY'S ICE CRWI- SALOON
AND CONFECTIONERY,
No. 27 1-2 Fifth St., opposito the Exchange - Bank.
Air M'GINLEY,. AT lI4S SPACIOUS
and elegantly arranged rooqi, located tt.‘,alio*e
is prepared to furnish all the amines of the Season=
his lino. Delicious , t •
Ice Cream, Fruits, Fresh Plis, Cakes of
all kinds,
. ,
And every description of Cfortfectionery; all of t. 114 best,
material wilt be nerved to order; day and'evening .
14- Orders for parties promptly filled. Call andjuckg
for yourself. (myd)
MARBLE! MARBLE T!
JOHN 711 I CA.RGO
:883 A. OSSC/1717L SELECTION OP
MONUMENTS GRAVESTONES,
Enclosures, Posts, Bte.; hke,
Os. The public are respectfully invited to examine
our stock. Prices low, and work warranted. - -
NO. 386 LIBERTY STREET.
KAY & COMPANY
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BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS,
AND
BLANK BOOR MANUFACTURERS,
NO. 55 WOOD STREET,
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Xir• A full assortment of raw, Medical and Biließtfti
ous Books constantly on hand. mrl
FOUR AND A QUARTER ACRES. OF
LAND .FORRALE,I3. t f. acres in votimitoreit frees;
a tine never-failing spring of water. The land lies well,
is smooth, and of a good soil. Situate at ti miles from .
Allegheny. City, on the Now Brighton road, at a short
distance from the Railroad, at Jack's HUM Price 11,000; .
SA/ in hand, balance at one, two and three years. -For
sale by S. CUTHBERT .% SON,. -
it'll 61 Market street.
A PPLES.-32, barrels Gr6en Apples, just
_Da. received on consignment. and for sale by
JAMES A. FETZER,' -•
bit corner Market and Firer sts:
CHEESE.-25 boxes strictly Western Re
serve, for sale by WM - . Fr. SMITH 4: Co,
jyll Second and Front. streets..
Tti
UTTER.-1O firkins for sale by
WILLIAM IL SMITH & HO-
UGAR.-70 hhds., prima and fair Sugar
for sale by [Win WM. H. SMITH 4, CO.
BEANS --.50 Barrels, small white, for Ba i t ,
by Ljerz HENRY IL cotaaa
COUNTING HOUSE STATIONERY; Bill
Head Boxes, Post Office BOY -CS, Carild Cal
endars and Sand Boxes, a large ussortne.rit at
H&VMPS,
Jon • Corner Wood & Third &
,Market & Second ati:
DOMESTIC AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
or every variety. Alsro, Dress Goods, Lace Man
tles, Shawls, Hosiery, White Goods, Are. •
C. HANSON LOST
je7 ' 74 Market r t real
INSEED borrols:: for sale • I
L. FAILNESTOC.T.
.Ir.e '4l 1 1 • W.. •
PREST:I TEAS....--50 half chests Green and
I:Rack Teal, various - w-ades, ; 70 caddy be=es do. le:,
different sizes, in store and for sale by
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. ..!,- - - ' DRIEtTLAND.Ig CON OR
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17 Liberty Areal