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JAMBS P. BARR,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
• Pittsburgh, Fbrt Wayne and Chicago Railroad.
(Prdm corner of Liberty and Grant streets, Pittsburgh.)
Leave Pittsburgh. Crestline. FL Wayne
Express Train 12:15 A. 3f. 6:56 A. DL 1:01 P. M .
.Train.__.._.......Mail 6:50 A. M. .
Express Train. 12550 P. M. 8:45 P. Si. 2:30 A. DI
Arrive at Chicago:
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.. -6,47 P. M.l Express, 8,17 A. M
Returning, arrive at Pittsburgh
Mail, 6.M P. M. 1 Express, 3:30 P. M. 1 Express, tEI A. Al
From Federal Street Station, Allegheny.)
New Brighton Accommodation.. 6.30 A. Dl. fao P. M
" .. 6:05 A. M. 1210 P. M
Pennrytrania Railroad.
(From corner of Liberty and Grant streets.)
Leaves. •• Arrives.
Express Train. • 8:50 P. M. 1245 P. M.
2te A. M. IL-50 P. M.
Fast Line
4:20 P. AL 1.2.-a) A. M.
The Johnstown Way Passenger
,_ Train.. 6:00 A. M. 1:10 P. M.
Johnstown Accommodation_.-. 2:50 F. M. 11:00 A. Si.
First Turtle Creek " A. M. 6:50 A. M
Second 4.:30 P. M. 12.30 A. M.
Third- " - ".621 P. M. 615 P. M
Pittsburgh and (banal/stilts Rai/ma
(From Liberty and Grant streets.)
• Leaves. Arrives.
Mail Train.- 7:00 A. M. 6:15 P. M
Express Train. - 4:30 P. M. &45 A. Id
- Cteveland and Pittsburgh Raitroad.
- (From corner of Liberty and Grant streets.)
Leaves. Arrives.
Express Train 12.15 A. M. 2.40 A. M.
Mail Train 6.25 A. Al. 4.00 P. M.
Fast Line 1.05 . P. DI. 8.30 P. M.
Wellsville Accommodation 5.00 P. M. 11.00 A. M.
Pittsburgh, Cbiumbus and Cincinnati Rai/road.
(From Liberty and Grant streets.)
_ Leaves Pitts. Columbus. Mr. in Cin.
Fast Lino 12.15 A. M. 8.00 A. M. 1130 A. M
Express Train- 1.05 P. DI. 130 A. M. 7.30 A. M
ST. CHARLES HOTEL, 1
July 27th, 1859.
U'THE DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE OF COR
RESPONDENCE met at the above place, in par
suance of a call by the President. D. D. Bruce, Presi
dent, in the Chair. On motion, J. H. Phillips was ap
pointed Secretary.
On motion. John R. Large, J. H. Phillips, A. B. M'Far
land, Dr. William M. Herron and Samuel Dilworth were
appointed a Committee of Finance.
On motion, adjourned to meet on the LAST SATUR
DAY OF AUGUST, at 11 o'clock, A. M.
D. D. BRUCE, President.
J. H. PHILLIPS, Secretary:
HOW 'Long will a Man Lie In the Earth ere
The local editors of the Dispatch, for a day
or two past, have had a God-send, in the neces
sary removal of the remains of the bodies of
some criminals, who have been buried, from
time to time, within the walls of the Western
Penitentiary. -
-.The evil that men do, lives after thorn;
The disinterring of the mortal remains of
these poor sinners has reversed this sentiment,
so far as the Dispatch has been concerned.
Its local has discussed these bones, philoso
phically, phrenologically, theoretically, scien
tifically, practically and to some extent poeti
cally.
Over the place of skulls the local of the Dis
patch has stood, and like Hamlet and the grave
digger, hold - deep discussion. We think we
see him now, his locks dishevelled, and disgust
upon, his countenance, standing beside the dig
gers who were throwing up these bones. Ho,
like Hamlet, is the questioner, while some so
son of the Emerald Isle makes answer.
"Here's a skull, now bath lain you i'the
earth three-and-twenty years."
Local—Whose was it?
First digger—A devilish bad fellow's it was,
whose do you think it was?
Local—Nay, I know not.
First Digger—A. pestilence on him for a bad
rogue. He broke a woman's head once. This
same skull, sir, was Gallego's skull, the black
murderer.
Local—This ?
First Digger—E'en that.
Local—Alas, poor Gallego. I did not know
him, Patrick; but judging from his skull, he
must have been a fellow of infinite malice, of
Most excellent rascality. He never bore me
upon his back a thousand times. Here hung
, those thick lips which 1 never kissed—" not as
I knows on." Where be your ivories now ?
your Ethiopian. dances ? your songs your
flashes of merriment (yah! yah! yak!) which
were wont to make all the little darkies roar ?
Not .ono now to mock your own grinning ?
quite chap-fallen ? Now get you to.'hay lady's
chamber, and tell her let her paint an inch
thick,' to this favor she must come; make her
laugh at that. Pr'ytbee, Patrick, tell mo one
thing.
Patrick—What's that, me darlint ?
Local—Dolt thou think Dennis Lonorgan
looked o' this fashion i' the earth ?
Patrick—E'en so.
tiT Local—And smelt so? Pah !
Patrick—E'en so, me darlint.
Local—To what queer uses may we return,
Patrick! Why may not imagination trace
the ignoble dust of some poor vagabond till ho
find it painting the roseleaf on a beauty's cheek?
Patrick—'T were to consider too curiously
to consider so.
Local—No, 'faith, not a jot; but to follow
him thither with modesty enough (fora local)
and likelihood to lead to it; as thcs:—the vag
abond was hanged; the vagabond was buried;
the vagabond returned (not to dust, but) to
adipocere; adipocere is very like spermaceti in
appearance; spermaceti, with a little rose pink,
makes a good cosmetic;
and why with that
adipocere, whereto this African was converted,
might not some wearer of crinoline anoint her
damask cheeks?
DIVIINICEN WOMAN.—On Thursday, George
Fortune, Secretary to the Board of Health, had
occasion to visit the house of Ellen Kelly, on
High street, to see a woman named Brady, who
had made application to go to the Poor House.,
On entering the house, he found Ellen and an
other woman named Margaret Mead, both
very drunk. Margaret assailed a German
woman who came in, and when Mr. Forums
interfered, she also pitched into him. Mr. For
tune went to the Mayor's office, sent up, aad
lud them arrested. Ellen was sent up for
three and Margaret for twenty days. Ellen
has two children, which the Board of-Guardi
ads will previde for until the mother is releas
ed from. prison.
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VOLUME XVII.
Tams Deily, Five Dollars per year, striEtlY
In ad
- ranee. Weekly, Single subscriptions Two Dol
lars per year; in Clubs of five, One Dollar.
LOCAL AFFAIRS.
Departure and Arrival of Passenger
he Rot t
The good is ofc interred with their bodes
Ckesar; dead and turned to clay,
Might stop a hole to keep the winds away;"
(Soso or Sambo, hanged and-turned to adipocere,
Might paint the cheeks or a Pittsburgh local's ;teary.
TErX LAST NIGHT.—" Ye who have tears tc
shed, prepare to shed them now," not tears re
sulting from excessive laughter, such as our
public have been indulging in during the early
part of the week, but genuine tears of grief,
that Sanford, with his inimitable company—
Sanford, that " fellow of infinite jest and mer
riment," " who is wont to keep the (audience)
in a roar," with all his " gibes and gambols,"
is about to leave us. "We ne'er may look
upon his like again," for " life is short and time
is fleeting," and ere another season rolls around
Sammy and his company may rest within "the
tomb 'of all the—tribe." Therefore, take Time
by the forelock," and embrace the last oppor
tunity of healing this company; "at4toi not
upon the order of your going, but go at once.'
A SAFE AND GOOD HAIR RESTORES.—Those
who have tried the various preparations
for restoring the hair to its original color from
gray, or who wish to stop its falling off, and
have not succeeded, would 'do well: to make
one more trial, and get Spangler's Brair Resto
rative, which costs only half a dollar, and at
the same time is pleasant to use and will not
disappoint those who use it. .It is a most ex
cellent and agreeable wash for the hair, keeps
it clean, and will not _leave any bad effects.
You can buy it at Dr. Geyser's, No. 140 Wood
street.
FIGHTING BROTHERS SENT Up.-OR Tues
day evening, James Kemp was found flourish
ing a huge knife, on Pennsylvania avenue,
threatening tho life of Eliza Brosin. The
watchmen who arrested him say he resisted,
and attempted to use his weapon. Ho was 'sent
to jail for ten days.-
On Wednesday evening, John Kemp, his
brother, amused himself by brandishing a
knife on Seventh street, to the consternation
of the neighbors. Ile also was arrested, and
sent up for seven days,
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On Wednesday evening, officers Moon and
Hamilton, while walking along the Mononga
hela wharf, observed a crowd, some squares
off, which, on approaching, they found was oc
casioned by a regular " mill," which was going
en inside. The combatants, and also two sec
onds or bottle holders, were arrested, and taken
before the Mayor, who gave them a hearing.
John Young, one Abf the principals, had his
hair cropped very short, a /a Morrisey, and
was quite a juvenile, while his opponent,
Francis Lyons, was a man of years, who
claimed to have been in the war of 1812, and
the Mexican war. He offered to go out into
the yard and whip Young in threeminutes—
but the Mayor informing him that the prem
ises were not used for pugilistic exhibition, he
consoled himself by saying, that if Young's
hair had not been cut so short, ho would have
whipped him nn the first round. Chas. Liv
ingston and Peter Carson, the seconds, said
they belonged to the Eighth ward, Baltimore
—the " bully Eighth," which never was, or
never could be, taken. An allusion being
made to Colson, the murderer, for whom a re
ward of five hundred dollars is offered i Living
ston offered to tell the Mayor where he was for
two hundred dollars ; on being asked if he
would not take one hundred dollars,' he indig
nantly refused, declaring he would got betray
any man unless ho was well paid for it—Lord
Munteith had betrayed Sir William Wallace,
and a stigma had forever attached to his name
—he did not wish to be placed in the same
category. The party were sent to jail for five
days each.
Acicdents and Incidents.
The ki'liean Citizen notices a horrible mur
der in Ceres, on the 4th inst. It appears that
James Stocker had some dealings with an
Irishman named James Dunn, which ended in
a dispute and a threat of violence on the part
of Dunn. On the 4th they were seen together
and Dunn was intoxicated. Soon after that
Stocker was found dead with his bead mashed,
and a club lying near his body. Other cir
cumstances are enough to fasten suspicion on
Dunn, who had been arrested and lodged in
ail.
—A little son of Gee, Dulling, Martinsburg,
Blair county, was with his father in the har
vest field, one day last week, riding ono of the
hind horses in the team, when a clap of thun
der frightening the horses, they ran off,
throwing the boy off, and killing him in•
stantly.
—During the storm on Friday week, a barn
belonging to Mr: Dininger, of Lancaster
township, Butler county, was struck by light
ning, set on tire, and totally destroyed. Tho
amount of loss is not known. At the same
time, a dwelling house in the neighborhood
was struck and also consumed. These wake
four losses by fire in one day in Butler county.
—An aged man named Daniel, alias "Nosey"
Colgan, died in COnernaugh borough, on Mon
day, from injuries received some two weeks
previous, by the falling upon him of a box of
goods.
—A man, named Greer, was drowned near
West Newton, on Friday hist, while attempt
ing to cross the Youghiogheny river in a skiff.
—On Monday evening last, P. Hutchinson,
Jr. tailor, of Kittanning, had his fare and
neck badly burned by the explosion of n fluid
lamp, while in the act of lighting it.
—At Hays' coal mine, near Irwin station,
on Tuesday of last week, Henry Gaits had a
leg and shoulder broken by slate falling on him
from the roof, and lay four or five "hours in
great pain before he was discovered.
—Mrs. Win. Lake of Allegheny tp., :Cam
brie county, was found dead in her bed, last
Monday morning. having retired the previous
evening in apparent good health.
WANTED A DRINK.—Mrs. Myers, wife of
Nicholas Myers, Market street, who was rob
bed a few nights since, on entering
the bar
room, yesterday morning, discovered a man
hiding behind the counter. Thinking another
“flat burglary" was to be committed, she rais
ed the alarm and three or four parsons came
in and dragged the fellow from his hiding place,
threw him on the floor, and took from him a
large rasp, which he had in his pocket. lie
was taken before the Mayor, and proved to be
Tim McTighe ; he showed conclusively that
he had only gone with the intention of par
loining some whisky, of which ho only sue
ceedod in getting one drink. Ho was committed
for three days.
COMMITTP.D FOR NUISANCE.-11CDry Seeton,
a colored night-Boiler, of the Seventh Ward,
lined for nuisance in burying a dead horse care
lessly a few days since, was again before Mayor
Weaver yesterday. Having hired another
horse, he, on Tuesday tight, hitched him in
his cart, which ho tilled with dirt. The cart
leaked, and left no pleasant odor behind. He
took his cart to the Allegheny river, where,
fearing arrest, he allowed it to stand until
Wednesday evening, a nuisance to the neigh
borhood. Being unable to pay a line of five
dollars and costs, ho was committed. The
Board of Health employed a man to empty the
cart.
MANAGER J. B. Howa has already engaged,
for the ensuing season at the Pittsburgh Thea
tre, the following attractive performers :—Miss
Amy Frost, Miss J. L. Phillips, Miss Millie
Corrie, Miss Jenny Glenn, Mrs. Bradshaw,
Miss Sallie Bishop, Miss Jenny Hight, Misses
E. and A. Hardy, Mrs. /Well, Miss Morris,
Miss LYnham, Miss St.' Clair, Miss Julia Turn
bull, &c., with Messrs. J. M. Cooke, Simcoe
Lee,Harry Weaver, J. S. Meldrum, B. M'Au
ly, H. F.. Stone, John Herbert, Ti.. B. Holmes,
T. S. Hamblin, Duncan, - Eagan. &c. With
such a company, wo cannot imagine any pos
sible use for stars, but some of the first, magni
tude are promised, and some of the manager's
own copyright . piecesNew York Clipper.
TUE editor of the Mt. Vernon Republican
has been informed by Wm. Dunbar, Esq.,
President of the Springfield, Mt. Vernon and
Pittsburgh-Railroad, that he has just receiv
ed-a letter from the agent who was sent to Eu
rope to purchase thuron for the road. The
letter is dated London, July Ist, and states
that the iron -was all purchased, and in, from
thirty days frozn the date, would be shipped for
the United States. Mr. D. says that the con
tract for the iron being closed up and fully
completed, the completion of the Springfield,
Mt. Vernon and Pittsburgh Railroad, at no
remote period, may safely be regarded as a
"flied fact."
OUR devil, who we fear belongs to , that
class, that "would insert insidious pins in the
chairs of mourners at a funeral," has lately
been reading a short' biographical sketch of
Rufus .Choate, which stated that the great
lawyer 'was born on Hog Island, and he de
sires to know whether the island takes its
lame from its inhabitants, or the inhabitants
from the island. The query, is probably sug
gssted to the yonng hopefuls mind, by a mis
rronuaciation of the illustrious advocato's
Of which we have in :vain tried to cure
th 3 young reprobate.
DANGEROUS COUNTERFEIT. —A new and
very dangerous five dollar counterfeit note,
Erporting to be the new issue of the Bank of
Zio•th America, of Philadelphia, has just
mace its appearance. Look out for it. The
gentine note is seven and a quarter inches
long• the counterfeit six and three-quarter
mcha. The Bank. it is stated, designs calling
in all*.ts notes of this plate.
Dot's's MERCANTILE COLLEGE,IRON BUILD
INGS,"sk"IFTE STREET, PITTSBURGII.—" A few
hints item a perfect master will do more to de
velop tie capacity of the pupil than the most
protraited lessons fromlcu inferior teacher."—
Bryan!.
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" Tie Principal of this \i llikimito
unfoldt-the abstract science of accountsin a
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master manner, manner, but his lectures uponilvery
departlent of commerce cast a light over all
its deti t ;ls and its intricacies, which can be
given a.one by one familiar with its realities.
with his light before him, the student en
ters uthe labors of his profession with
many v ble practical lessons, Bich he can
obtain fr ne other source."—Hunt's lifer
chant's w ,
ins.
13,41:1
.... .
BITTSB ußzaTiomoneo.—ranley Alden,
Esq., son othe iate J. T. Fox_Alden, of this
city, has -
f en appointed Assistant United
States Cons at Sonora, Mexico.
i , , ,
•=;.• st,
Jo" t‘ •
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PITTSBURGH, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1859
More BeckleesDriving—A Child Pam Over.
On Thursday morning, a little boy, almost
four years old, son of a laboring man named
Michael Carlin°, residing in Gildea's court,
off High street, was badly hurt by being run
over on Wylie street. John P. Straub, in the
employ of Oliver Blackburn, Esq.,
was driving
down "Wylie street, in a buggy belonging to
that gentleman, in company with a lady, as he
alleges at a moderate pace, but eye-witnesses
say the horse was trotting briskly, and the
child was crossing over, near High street,
when the horse struck him, and knocked him
down. The horse either trampled upon, or the
buggy wheel . passed over the boy; but at all
events, when, picked up, there was an. ugly
wound just above the right cheek bone, and
over the temple, the flesh being torn off. The
child was taken home, and Dr. M'Cook called
in, who dressed the wound, and does not con
sider it - dangerous. Those who saw the oecrir
ranee, were highly indignant, and Straub was
immediately arrested, and taken before Alder
man Lewis, who held him in $1,500 for
further hearing on Monday next. He states
that he was driv,ing slowly, and that the child
running under the horse's/feet, ho could not
avoid the accident.
TEIE public, like some individuals, is slow to
change a prejudice, even though the cause of
its existence is very slight. This has been
clearly seen by the unreasonable prejudice in
favor of some old patented sewing machines,
but the now Finkle Machine, sold by J. L.
Carnaghan &, Co., Federal street, Allegheny
city, is by its evident superiority changing the
current of opinion in its favor. Real merit will
be rewarded.
RATES Fix - im—The Allegheny County Ag
ricultural Society mot on Wednesday, and
adopted the following scale of prices fur tick
ets to the Fair, to avoid the imposition prac
tised upon the Society at every Fair : Ten
tickets, ono dollar; four tickets, fifty cents;
singlo tickets,. fifteen cents; two horso vehi
cles, twenty-five cents, exclusive of occupants ;
one horse vehicle, twenty cents ; single horse,
ton cents.
WILLIAM S. HILL was arrested near Tren
ton, New Jersey, last week, on a charge ~r
bigamy, and committed to await a requisition
frora - Gov. Packer, his wife, Mary Hill, having
entered prosedution against Lim, alleging that
he married her some four years since, having
previously, in New Jersey, married Mary Ann
Richardson, both of whom he has deserted.
DiED of JkOPLEXT.—Chas Armstrong, a
young man of ;about twenty-four, who kept a
hotel on Centre Avenue, near Seventh Ward,
fell down suddenly in his own house, on Thurs
day afternoon,' and expired almo,t instantly.
A 'Coroner's inquest wss held, and a verdict of
death from apoplexy was returned.
Mies. A. SERNIIE, mado information liefor,
Mayor Weavor yesterday, charging a certain
Irishman and wife, who had sold her a boa of
peaches for Sl.OO, with fraud, the peaches
lowest down being somewhat damaged. The
Mayor discharged the partieli, as peaches are
perishable, and there was no evidence of any
intection to defraud.
COMMITTED ON A CLIAIIOE OF BIDAM V.-
David Gibson was committed for trial yester
day by Alderman Bell, of Allegheny, charged
with bigamy by Maria Muse, who alleges
that since be married her, he has taken unto
himself anotlier wife, Matilda Black. The
parties are all colored.
CITY 2tiORTALITY,—The report of Dr. A.
C. MurdoiM,Physielan for the Hoard of Health,
for the eight days ending July 15th, shows 1S
deaths, males 12 ; females, tl ; of these 10 were
children under ten years of age. Of the adults
three died of coup do solidi. '
Jilts. SARAH ]'errs, who , keeps a i”n de
plaisire, was arrited, taken before Alderman
Rodgers, on Wednesday evening, and held to
bail for keeping a disorderly house.
THE GEORGIAN COSTU \Mild just now he
very agreeable, but as it would wareely be
good etiquette to appear in public with it, we
must approach it as near as possible. To do
this it is only necessary to call on Win. It
M'Geo & Co. ' corner Federal street and Mar
ket square, Allegheny, who have on hand and
make to order a great variety of light, cool,
summer clothing. They have also a full as
sortment of youth's and gentlemen's dress
goods, made up in the latest style, and at prices
which cannot titil to please.
"[EATING BY 'STEANIL—AR a testimonial of
the workmanlike! manner, perfect aption of their ~elfr
egulating machines, safety. economy in filet, and the
little attention necessary to keep cool] roan comfortable,
we give this certificate lb Messrs. l /avis amt Phillips,
Yi1et`1,14.1.14 to Phillips A (174,.. for theirplan of to•ating
by steam the Want PI Seiloo 1.1 ill the nip of
Pittsburgh, and which has met our approval, and we
would recommend them to the public to give enure
satisfaction of heating by steam.
It. Miller, Jr.. John Marshall, Jr.. M. Tinille, tieorge
Vilacn, John Wilton, 1.. Wilcox, Directors.
DAVIS & PHILLIPS.,
Stearn lie7fing, Glll F"attry, Piurnhin2 and Bram Fussyttlers,
Dea/CTS in etyry 4catriphun of Gal Pleura and Pumps
Nu. 67 Wood and 148 Fast struet, Pittsburgh.
deliklybo•
M ECTIANICS' INSTITUTE.—This Inotitution ,
the want of which has been so long felt by our citizens
is now open, under the superintendence of Messrs
Jackman & Johnson. in the Lafayette Building. En
trance, US Wood street. It is designed for the pergetivil
exhibition of the; products of Mechanics ' Manufactu
rers, Inventors, and Artisan's; and as a place of resort
for chase seeking tnformation relative to those branehei
of industry, either by examination of samples or
scientific publication, Those having articles to bring
before the public will foil it greatly to their advantage to
leave
sip- The public are respectfully Invited to visit the
institute.
COULTER tS.: 31ENTZER, House, Sign and
Ornamental Painter', and (framer''. Ordern left at their
hop on Fourth ntreetnoar Market, Intrke'a
will b e promptly attended. .8m
BLUE LICK WATER,
SARATO(; t WATER
A 3TE , SIAN WATER,
Congress Water, &c., &s
A fresh supply just received at
SUPER'S DRUG SPORE,
COMMON SNNSE RULES Tin; MASS OF THE
people, whatever the misnamed and misanthropic phi
losophers may say to the contrary. Show them a good
thing, let its merits be clearly demonstrated, and they
will not hesitate to give it their ini.ecurdial patronage.
Thu masses have already ratified the judgment of a
physician, concerning the virtues of itosTErrEit's
BITTERS,. may ho seen In lie immense quantities of
this medicines that are anunally sold in every sect it'll of
the land. It vi now recognized as greatly superior hr
alt other remedies' yet derived for diseases of the di
gestive organs, such as diarrhoea, dysentery, dyspepsia,
and for the various fevers that arise from derangement
of those portions of the system. Hostetter's mime is
rapidly becoming n household word, from Maine to
Texas, from the shores of the Atlantic to the Pacific.
Try the article and be satisfied.
Sold by all druggists in the world, and by
HOSTETTER & SMITH,
Manufacturers and Proprietors,
No. 6B Water, and 63 Front streets
Bliir WE LIVE BO FART IN THIS COUNTRY'
that the Americans have became famous throughout all
Christendom, as a hard driving, hard drinking, hard
chewing, hard swearing, people. We have became
equally famous for debilitated stomachs, e nervated
and disordered nerves, broken down constitutions, and
the hundred and one cures Which follow upon the
vices which we have enumerated. Countless panacea)
for these ills have been aj,aertised, but we know of noth:
ing so ellicacions for a{invalid suffering frem indigett
lion Or nervous depression 11.9 OLTIC'S STONAQII-
*IIEI, manufactured and sold, o hy . the, proprietor-eft his
dkoot on Penn street. near Henri. ) ..tee
.1632!)/
mytat , SON,
Ti and Wholesale and , Retall' Dealers in
.
FURNITUREAND.egAIRS
No. 424 Penn Street, above the CarpeGr*
Have on hand a large assortment 9f %Ninny and - Plain,
Furniture, in Walnut and Mahoganyof theirawri mint
&aura, and warranted equal in wadi and. fapie to ant
manufactured in the earn and. will fa. at Fume e
, . .
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y ~,.. ` ,l ~s,
ifilMiginl
THE LATEST NEWS
BY GiFZLEL.PI-1.
Religious Excitement in New York.
NEW YORK, July 28.—Considerable excite
ment has been created in religious circles, by
an announcement in the Evening Post that
Rev. Dr. Bellows had proposed, in an address
before the United Clergymen of the Unitarian
Church, the establishment of a' new Catholic
Church, differing from the Church of Rome
by the omission of what may be deemed cer
tain obsolete, erroneous, or needless doctrines,
but preserving the attractive features, the rit
uals, the imaginative symbols, and the sacred
festiv . als, which help to give the Roman Cath
olic Church its popular and universal charac
ter. The new sect is to be designated the
Broad Church.
Rev. Mr. Frothingham, a minister of the
same church, and who, with Rev. Dr. Osgood,
was said to be connected with Dr. Bellows'
plan, denies all knowledge of the magnificent
scheme. and treats the matter as ajoke.
The Evening Post, however, in publishing
Mr. Frothingham's card, says Mr. Frothing
ham is mistaken in supposing that Dr. Bellows'
plan of a new Catholic Church is a joke. The
discourse which is announced is pervaded by a
tone of earnest feeling which is characteristic
of the eloquent preacher of all souls, and it is
highly improbable that ho would be guilty of
indulging his pleasantry in a form so impres
sive and solemn as a public address before the.
United Clergymen of that denomination.
From Now York
NEW YORK, July 28.—A correspondence
has taken place between Mr. 3foran of the
Erie, and the agents of the varions :transpor
tation lines, which removes the only obstacle
to the raising of the rates of transportation of
the four great lines. The rates would, if mu
tually agreed upon, stand thus: through
freights Buffalo Railroad 25c ; Canal 17e per
100 lbs. Lower Lake Railroad 35c; Canal 25c.
per 100 lbs. Upper Lake Railway 45c ; Canal
35c per 100 lbs. These rates to include all one
mill. Heavy good checked as for the accom
panying toll classifications.
The Saturdays Fhip me n t of spicie will reach
$1,500,000, which with the sum sent, by the
Great Britain,carries the 'weeks shipMent up to
51,800,000.
Race of the Restless and Rebecca.
YORK. July 2.B.—The match between
the schooner yact Restless and sleep Rebecca,
from Newport Light to Throgg's Point buoy,
resulted in Saver of the Restless, she beating
the Rebecca twelve minutes.
Mr. Buchanan Declines a Etenomi-
nation
BEI,F , 11:11, PA., July 28.—The Bedford
Gazette, in to-day's issue, publishes an article
authoritatively. ~ le, l aring that President Bu
chanan will not be a candidate for renomina
tion at the Charleston Convention.
REMOVAL.
W. & D. HIIGITS,
NAVE RE.IOVED TO NO. (39 MAR.
K ET Street, corner of Fourth. where they will re•
main till the find of tieptember.when they will remove to
their new store now being built at Lim old eland, corner
of Fifth and Market streets. my-I:4m
ULltt HAL' LLTSTItAt,I: lIAIIt
ttr_trzeettmvs is tho [mit remedy ter tlisetvetti of tho Hair
i. produce. Hair felling reit, nod Imnog ita
fly Le Ito -invigorated nod regain Luxuriance Ly
tie It.,
5.1411,y B. L. FAUNP. , .. rocI; A CO, NO.OO, corner of
Wood and Fourth street., Pruggh..to g,enerally, and at
the Lat,onttnry ~C Jult, linud A Co, ti o. 704 Chestnut
etre,o. jyttß:daw
New Livery Stable.
RAVING OPENED LIVERY STABLI,
in the rear of the S.,ott Howse, corner of Irwin
street and Duquesne Way, and purchased a fine lot of
Iforsrs, Ltih:cies and C.,rriattes, 1 would resjwsrlitilly
lirit the patron...4o of my friends and public generally,
:I..,llrlttiZ theist that they ran is;. ,- otsunt , titued at the
Moot ret, , tratteie rate, 1 hose made , suet, arrangements
that persons 'wishing their horses kept, ran be well ac.
eaanireslated. NEI!. BILACELINII,
apttllm Scott House, Pittsburgh, Pa.
BA('I )N, 111E'iS PORK, LAM), ETC.
4.500 pieces large size rot
4,nvo do I. ;
3.00 do prune Rib Side. ;
ttnt) do do clear sides;
itooo tietottlill and hatred linens
Pet heavy Mrtes p a
1o) diem. print, Lad;
150 do do:
100 lars do do ;
.15 1.1.15. reze.t. Lord:
pieces largo sized Shoulders in dry Salt
Yet >rdr at lowest market prices.
JAMES HOLMES & CO.,
jyPetht Corner Jltu.ket and Front streets.
QUNDRI
kj 400 barrel. , Prune N. 0.M01a5,, , A, Oak Cooperage;
20 do SL Jame., S. 11. do;_
Lovermg's fiat quality Syrup;
r,04, haw, good to choice Rio Coffee;
5 Pocket's donee Jana do;
12:. I lair Chevt... Young 11p4on. Gun Pow
der, Oolong and Ponthing Ton.;
100 boxes asserted brands s's, it's .0 10. lump To
lave.;
10 kegs Covington six ' , xis/Tobacco;
75 do lii. Park Soda;
Larrel9 Alum:
10 do Hairy Salt in Sacks;
20 bags Grain Pepper;
15 do Allspice;
5 do Slat I apsia:
Xr I.i/01.A No. 1 Soap;
100 to Chemical Olive Soap;
25 do German do.
20 ,lo Variegated or Toilet Soap;
down Cinltboatak:
50 .li, Baskets;
20 di. Tubs, a.norted sizes;
NO .1. Ito .orns;
boxe4 M. It. Raisins;
do No. 1 Norfolk Cigneotatt,;
40 it.,, Madi.on Stareh
50 bales Nu. t and 2 Batting;
barrel 4 Bleached Elephant and Whale OW;
10 do Strait's 'I . IIIIIIM dC,
20 do Cod do do
10 do Rosin 40.
:20 do N. C. Tar.
In store and for ~ 1 410 by
MILLER .1 RICK UP SON.
Tmf Eft READINU.---
BOoKS FOR St
1.., curi.,:th, .1 Literature, rola.
Nuetes' Ainbrosianie, edited by M'Keuzie, G vols.
11:ta thortio's Novels and Tales, 8 vols.
Longfellow's Prose and Poetical Writings.
.1. li. Marvel's Works, 8 vols. •
Currer Bell's Works, 1 vets. •
Mr, daineson's IVorks, in blue and gold, 3 vols.
Patna'..'' Choice Stories, .1 vols.
Trewboi ,iiiv's Recolleetions of Shelby It Byron.
Lor.l I iiitti•ilo'n betters (rein High Latitude.
lion, Is. , derrold's life, by his son. •
Douglas Jerrold's History, arranged by his eon.
Turn Brown's School Days at Rugby.
To Cuba and Back, a Vacation Voyage, by R. H. liana.
The Cavalier, by G. P. • R. James.
Fressilian and his Friends, by Shelton M'Kentie.
The Contalascent, by N. P. Willis.
Mosales, by the author of Salad for the Solitary.
Salad for the Solitary.
Salad for the Social.
j 029 KAY & CO., 55 Wood street.
FARM FOR SALE, on the Perryiwille
Plank Road, at 16 miles from the city—contains
115 acres-70 in tine state of cultivation, a dwelling of
six rooms, wash house, well of soft water and pump, a
brisk barn nod stable, carriage house, a two story brick
spring loose—orchard of choice fruit; fences all in
good order, about 45 acres of choice timber, also a store
Louse and fixtures, now doing agood business—garden,
small fruits, shrubbery, de. For price and terms apply
at the ens, of S. CUTHBERT & SON,
Real Estate Agt's., 51 Market st.
VIS H.—Mackerel, Herring and Lake
Fish, of all klrobi, in store and for sale by
je3 HENRY H. CuLLINH.
DEMME COFFEE.--75 bags prime Rio
± Coffee just received. For We by
hfURTLANI) CONNOR,
me) lin Liberty street!
F ISH.— t 0 bbls. Largo No. 3 Mackerel;
3.) half tilde. do do do
14 bble. Emtport Herring.
For sale by JHUR'FLAND - & CONNOR,
my2o 197 Liberty street.
GASKET, BONNET, FULLERS' AND
Bristol Board, for sale by
W. S. HAVEN, Stationer,
apl3 corner of Market and Second street.%
ON) t i , i C E I S '
W'fror(iliasAgit!4TlrlinmTinngsi.t THREE BALL
at low prices.
j(.21 .EaTON, CR EE & CO., Fifth and Market eta
If•Vittigkgr Iflll - lititili.—A large lot from
Ill) Nov_ York' and Philadelphia Auctions, which we
can sell cheap to Milliners. • •
. my . 10. • r SOS. HORNE, 77 larket street.
I -. ..
• A CI BBLS.SPANISH WIN ING for 'sale
by ' BECIC_HAM h KELLY,
6le4 , tt . ' Allegheny City
1 , 44.§t)..›.5.T.„,4 . 4WA.5T0R OIL for
!itale.by E •EIEAM & KELLY,
13' . Pi • Alle •_
teeny City.
1 '1 ' IifACE, 4 3I 'T - ItECEIVED and for
_alo by : I._ E9l KELLY, -
j r.te•lmit -- ;) • • Allegbfny City,
CARB.SO,Dk, fo
a r etilo
Via
t'hy a BEpkr..a&U tc.Erlyny-;
.'
• Allegheny
A CIN DMA(
NES r9r g FL!' Y,
IA;
- miegheas CRY
• Fr 4 4
EINEME
Steamers to Arrive.
BRIM LZAVZ ITS
~. DAYS
Arabia Liverpool Boston July 30
Saxonia Hamburg....-. New York..... Aug. 1
North American Liverpool Quebec--....Ang. 3
City of Baltimore...... Liverpool ....... NewYork......Aug. 3
Vanderbilt Southampton-New York..... Aug. 3
Asia Liverpool New York..... Aug. Cl
firemen Bremen New York..... Aug. 9
Hungarian LiVerpool ......Quebec Aug. 10
Canada.- Liverpool Boston .......Aug.. 13
Indian Liverpool Quebec lug. 17
Steamers to Sall,
BEDS LEANT COO axis
City of Washington-New Y0rk....--Cork & Liv'plJuly 30
Aerial New York Havro July 30
Quaker City New York Havana July 30
Indian Quebec Liverpool July 30
Borussia New York - , ..... Hamburg Aug. 1
Africa NectYork Liverpool Aug. 3
Northern Light. New York Aspinwall Aug. 6
Moses Taylor .New York Aspinwall Aug. 5
New York New York Bremen Aug. 0
North Briton Quebec Liverpool Aug. 6
Europa Boston Liverpool Aug. 10
Kangaroo New York Liverpool, &c.Aug. 13
Ocean Queen New York Havro -Aug. 13
Persia New York Liverpool....... Aug. 17
Circassian; Now York Galway Aug. 18
Fulton New York Havre Aug. 20
Glasgow New York Glasgow....... Aug. 24
City of Baltimore New York-. ...Liverpool.....Aug. 27
ALLEGHENY CATTLE MAUKET.
ALL= art! err; July 1859.
The market was about the same as last week, with
little change in figures. There is a fair local and east
ern demand for both Cattle and Sheep.
10. Offeral by Sold. Prig
14... W. C. Cope Sent East
25... C. R. Ward
19... A. Porter "
15...5. B. ChryaL ~.
30... L. li:id hula "
19-.11. 0 Eaton, 19 21,4'g ,3' e "ti lb
20.-Jas. Bullock 20 3 C 4 • 334
7.-John Euwer 7 2 9
12... H. M. Little 12
14... Peter Woods, 14 ~ .ji l /.. .
. ~
5...0. CrumCrums 3
32.- A. C. Elliott, 32 214E5)3 "
10.-Wm. Sterling 10 2(,:i.3 9
"25... Wm. Hazelwood,..... ......... -. 25 2‘,4433,4 ••
25... C. Shoemaker, 25 2r4,5031.4 ••
40-11
.. Merrick 40 3 4®33.1 -
16...Wm.Marom 162 1 4(413 ••
17.-Wm. Hamilton (by J. Cook), 17 3V44 9
11... J. B. Johnston 18 2•4' "
19... Winnings & Gault, 19 2 354 3 ' . :ii
9... T. T. Moore, 9 2 ig.3 " •
L.-McKnight & Wilson, 5 21/ "
42... A. Greenawalt, ' 422144 "
32... J. B. Hufr, n 24 "
19... J. Z.Seymour, 18 3
15...Ja.5. Awl, 15 3 9
U.-Marks & Trauman, 62 214E9314
14...5. Warren 14 2 "
55.-Kronso & Good 5 9 9 34(4 314
4.-J. B. Stevenson 4 3•Z
10... Robert Patterson 10 3,404 ~
112... Myers & 13ro 112 23444 "
50... James Morgan 50 3 "
814 offered
707 _old
SHEEP AND LAMBS.
No. °Aral. Offcred by. &id. Price.
331... J antes 11. Reynolds Sent Fast.
:8.2...11. Wiley "
150... James Child.
24...Rabert Patterson - " "
" (lambs) " "
„203...5. R. Chryst
441... A. Little ' "
473...Campbe1l & R0bin50n............ ~
- (lambs.)
170...Th05. Entriken ...
200-5. 31. Kirk "
74... J. Hinelly 74 142.50 , 8 100 319
174...11. G. Eaton 174 101,50" f head
214... W. Neal 0 14 3,25 "b 100 lbs
52... G. C. Crum 52 3,00 re head.
135...Wi11iam Sterling 152 2,00 IA
93- - " (lambs,)... 93 1,50 11,
75...31'Knight7,5 Wilson- 75 1,50 V
41... C. 31.1Sr:titian] 41 2,00 7EI 10015 s
92... '• .. (lambs).. ...... 95 1,50 11 head.
197... P. Cutehlield 197 2,35 B "
3912 ortered
1144) .4 1.1
No. (erred Offerol by
32-. J. F. M00re..........
Stage of Water.
Riser—two feet eight inches water in tho channel
Rcarrtal Erpready for the Daily Morning Post.
Flottr...Salcs of 1000 bhls. from storo nt $5,90Q15,70
fur supurfine, $5.50@5,00 for extra do., and $0,10®6,25
for extra family.
Grain... Sales WO bush. Corn at 950.; 300 bush. Oats,
canal, at 48€543e.
Elay...fixles 14 loads at sl2@lo It ton.
Bacon... Sales 7,000 Ns. in lots at 71-.1071/.0.. for shout
denN 91.4(1,93,4c. for sides, and 10®10 1 , , ,',:c. fur plain hams;
WOO Ns. sugar cured hams at 12jie.
Dried Beef—Salos WOO lbs. canvased at 1314. -
Sugar... Sales 9 hlids. at 111 V. '$ N.
Molasses—Sales 40 bbls. at 42e. for N. O.
CorTee-.Sales 40 sacks at 123,A123 4 10,
Cheese—Bales 57 boxes W. R at S@,SX,o.
Elsh...Sales a buts, No. 3 Mackerel at $11,50; 12 half
bbla White Fish at $5,00.
Llme...Salos 32 bbls. at $1,25.
Beans—Saks 30 bush. at $1,40@1,50.
Salt... Sales 00 bbLs. at $1,31,
Whisky...Sales 32 tails. Rectified at "s".. cash.
Phfladelphla Market.
POILADtuau., July :S.—For Flour there is but little
demand; 500 Idols extra, made of new wheat, sold at itl;
sales of superfine to the trade at $5(?•5,5U for old stuck
and fresh ground, nod 185,7830,75 for extra and extra
family. Rye Flour and Corn Ideal are unchanged.
Wheat is unchanged; sales of 4000 bush new red at
$1,18a1,1.2; inferior do at $1,104•1,15, and 1500 bush white
.at $l,:-'701,T2. Rye is lower; 300 bush brOught:Boc. Corn
is on good demand; 500) bush yellow brought tovolo,'
mostly at 80. Oats is lower; 4000 bush sold at 3SO for
prime Pennsylvania, in store, and 3.5 c for Maryland.
afloat. Whisky ix dull at :alt.-X:7l%c. In Provisions
there is more doing: sales of Mess Pork at $16,756017,00.
on time; Bacon is firm at 11.1 . W12e for harts.for
sides. and 114(4:173..' for shoulders. Lard has declined
100 tierces stria at 11%, and 500 kegs at . l:!e., on
Woo.
Commercial and Financial Matters In New
Nzw Yeas, July 29.—The foreign news gives nsa to
much discussion and unusual diversity of opinion, con
sequently much indecision marked the dealings in
stocks to-day. The tendency of prices was doward;
nearly all classea of securities particirot ing in the heav
iness. The decline is heaviest in the Western railroad
stocks, winch continuo to be unfavorably affected by
the discouraging traffic returns.
The money market is easy at full rates, the demand
being, to a moderato extent, only the banks and bank
ing houses seldom look duller than at present. The
rates on call are 53r@e, and occasionally 5; on prime
paper 6P7 cent.
The cash receipts from customs are not so large this
week, hut will be heavy again next week. The rub
treasury balance stands at 0,160,000. The negotiations
of 53x., per cent. treasury notes at par go steadily on
parties taking them about as fast as the department re
quires the money.
The recent European news has infused fresh life into
the Cotton market, and businsss during the past day or
two shows how quickly the improvements at Liverpool
have boon responded to here. The advices at hand
yesterday, however, were over estimated, and the
market was consequently excited, it being forgotten
that part of the advance had bean previously , advised,
and the feeling, therefore, is (miter this morning.
New Yone, July 2s.—Cotton firm, with sales of COO
bales. Flour firm; sales 11,000 bbls at $4,9:*5,40 for
Ohio. Wheat advanced; sales of 9000 bush at $1,34@
440 for white, and $1,1501,22 for white western old.
Corn heavy; sales of 19.000 bush. Beef heavy at $0,21®
13,00. Pork dull, at $15,37% for mess, and $ll,OO for
prune. Lard heavy, at 101.402110%e. Whisky firm at :Mc.
Sugar dull; Muscovado 63.1(g1iN,; holders demand an
advance. Linseed Oil more active, at a Beeline of le,
and with sales itt.so®COe. Hides firmer,
but unchanged.
Freights on Flour to Liverpool 91310,5(....
Curcunwri, July Z3.—The Flour market is not so firm,
at $5 for superfine. Wheat is liberally offered, and is
less active, but not changed in price. Corn firm at 80@
85c. Oats in fair demand, at 40c for new and 45c for
old. Rye firm at 75c. Whisky unchanged. Provisions
dull; small sales transpired at 7@oc for bacon shoulders
and sides; mess pork $15,50.
New York Stock Market.
Nsw Yost', July 28.—Stocks dull and hoary—
Mich. Southern 21 I Missouri G's 83
New York Central.... T&X Galena & Chicago 133,
Virginia O's.-- 933,8 Illinois Central bonds.. 874
R. T. KENNEDY.. W. S. KENNEDY.
PEARL STEAM. MILL.
.vr.r.v,GHENY CITY,
It. T. KENNEDY & 8R0.,.
WHEAT RYE AND CORN PURCHASED.
FLOUR, CORN MEAL AND HOMINY, •
MANUYACPURED AND DELIVERED
•44 PITTBDURNR AND ALLEGHENY.
UTtlYdiw • TEEMS. CASH ON DELIVERY
CWOKING EXTRACTS, assorted, for stUil
by . B. L. FAHNEBTOCK * CA.
leln No. 60, corner Wood end Fourth otreeto
ERRING.-50 barre s for sale by
Joao FL H. COLLINS.
•
f 7 . 4 ;
".
J. et
COMMERCIAL.
.UNION DROVE YARDS.
John Allender, Proprietor.
• BEEVES.
Sold Price.
32 3! , ,V,Z.5c 14 lb
PITTSBURGH MARKETS.
Prrissrana, July Sth 1759.
New York Market.
Clueliinatl Market.
fflistelinneous.
Valuable Market Street and Man
chester Property for Sale.
THE SUBSCRIBERS, in virtue of powers
conferred upon them by the will of the late Judge
Paddle, offer for sale the following excellent business
locations:
A lot fronting '3l feet on Market -street, by 170 feet
deep to Chancery Lane, with the two three-story busi
ness houses on Market street, a two-story house in the
rear of the same, and a two-story dwelling house on
Fourth street. The lot has a front of 34 feet on Fourth
street, by 60 feet deep on Chancery Lane. This proper
ty, from its large front on two streets, offers a favorable
opportunity to business men desiring a good business
location. '
In order to accommodate purchasers ' the Fourth
street, extending back on Chancery Lane 30 feet, will be
sold separately from the Market street property. •
- Also, a lot of ground in the borough of Manchester,
having a front on Locust street of 34 feet, Atlll a depth o
186 feet 5 Inches, being bounded on one side by Leckey
alley, on which is erected a brick dwelling house of two
stories, with a portico in front, and having appurtenant
thereto a convenient in-house and smoke house j and a
stable and carriage house on the other side of beekey
alley; this property is now in the occupancy of Captain
Miller. The above property will be sold upon terms
greatly conducive to the interests of purchasers, kit h 11.9
relate to price and time of payment, as the Executors
are anxious to close up the affairs of the estate. For
further particulars, price, terms, tic., apply to either of
the subscribers, or to S. CUTHBERT. Agent, Market
-treet, Pittsburgh. JOSEPH P. GAZZA.M, M. D.,
Office, No. 25 Sixth street..
CHARLES SHALER, Att'y. at Law,
Office, Si Fourth street.
jyl4.Zwdmv
THE LOYALHANNA HOUSE 2
LATROBE, PENN'A. . •
THIS LARGE AND WELL •VENTIL
LATED HOUSE, pleasantly located within a few
yard of the Penn'a. Railroad, is now open for the re
ception of summer visitors. A lino ten-pin alley' has
recently been erected on the premises, and fine fishing
afforded near by. All trains et up /ire. - Charges moderate.
jyl3:Hmwtem CHAS. W. FISHER, - Proprietor. ' •
THE NEW PARK!
• "DENNY'S GROVE," recently fitted up as
IRON CITY PARS,
nom open for the necornmocation PleLNice;Pleas-
are Parties, Sm.
ICE CREAM AND REFRESIIMENTS
A$ A Band of brusic always in attendance. A good
covered platform for dancing.
jelfmkw-tf HOEVELER & MILLER.
SPORTSMEN'S HEAD QUARTERS.-
NO. 136 WOOD STREET
Our stock of plain and fancy Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Re
volvers, Atnunition, Gun Furniture and Fishing Tackle,
was never larger or better assorted. Many Novelties in
this line on band.
jyl6
P EFINED SUGAR.-
BOIVN & TETLEY, 136 Wood st.
10 bbls. Eastwick's standard crushed Sugar;
10 do do coarse pulverized do
10 do do fine do . do
:10 do Penna. A coffee crushed do
10 do do. B do do . do
5 do do C yellow do
la store, and landing, and for sale by - •
apt& 111ILLEP. k RICKETS'ON
MA HON INC. FIRE BRlCK.—These
bricks have been fully tested,and can be recom
mended for durability. equal to any bricks offered for
salt, in this market. .4 supply on hand and for sale by
,CHAI , WICK & SON.
jvf, NO. 141 and 151 Wood street. •
DRESCOTT'S lIISTORICAL WOREN._
The Conquest of Mexico; 3 vole.
The Conquest of Peru; 2 vole.
Ferdinand and Isabella; 3 vole.
Phillip the Second; 3 vols.
Charles the Fifth: 3 vole.
Biographical and Critical Miscellanies; 1 vol.
/Y 7 KAY & CO., 55 Wood street.
ONE MILE FROM ELI ETON STATION
on tho Pittsburgh and Cleveland Railroad-2b
acres of land, a dwelling house, stable, etc. Price
$1,400; $7OO cash; balance at one •ear. For tulle by
S. CUTHBERT & SCRS.
jyln 51 Market street.
UST ECE EVED.—A HANDSOME
J
a. ,, tortniEnt of CHILDREN'S READY MADE
cboTruNG, of all descriptions, along with Ladles'
Drees Caps and Head Dreeses, and all the new styles of
Fathoms for Juno. M. A. WEAVER,
N 0.24 Fifth street, second story, Rooms Noe.l and S.
eS
A NEW 30 SPRINGiWOV EN SKURT
Jog& With a Lately patented bustle. This is a ditrerent
woven skirt from any other in this market, and much
superior as to strength, quality and form. Sold only by
EATON, CEEE & CO,
o'l 3 Fifth and Market streets.
ON THE CORNER OF TOWNSEND
and Dimltur streets, two valuable brick dwelling
houses, each :two - storied each lot 54 feet front. For'
pale by (m)-31] S. CIIIIIBER'r & SON. 51Market at,
A PLEASANT RESIDENCE FOR SALE,
—Of 70 feet front on south avenue. Allegheny, by
about Z5O deep to Itetx.cea street, having a goad two
story family mansion, well arranged for comfort and
convenience; portico, hall and eight rooms, Leith room,
hot and cold water, gas in all the rooms; a brick stable
and carriage house; shade trees and shrubbery. The
whole is in good o.der, and will be sold at a h.trgain.
Tetras easy. Immediate possession can-be hail.
letB S. cuTERIERT s‘ SON. Cl Market street.
25 ACRES OF EXCELLENT LAND FOR
SALE, 12 acres in cultivation, balance in woods,
a small dwelling house, stahlo, garden, &c.; a never-fail
ink spring of good water. Situate at seven miles fr6m
the city, and tine mile from Clifton Station. Price $1,400.
Terms—s7oo in hand, and $7OO in one year.
,iyl4 S. CUTHBERT & SOS, 51 Market sx.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS are now offer
ed to those who wish to by •
BONNET RIBSONS, FANS,
SUN U)iIIIZELLA:S,
E'MBROIDERIES AM) TRIM.MIMIS, at
(31PNER 'A - PALMER'S,
:1) 1,2 F r T 8 Market street.
ISI.I-200 packages Lake Herring ; •
leo do White Fish;
100 do Trout;
150 do Mackerel;
TTerrin
For sale by [lo lB ]
75.
do 4i H. COLLINS.
COA L OIL! GOAL OIL! COAL OIL !-
refined Burning Coal Oil for sale byy
B. C. & J. H. SAWIER.
HECK BOOKS—On the various Banks
IL/ and Brokers in the city. For side 11 -
010 KAY A co, 55 Wood street-
JUST PUBLISIIEDGRANT'S CASES',
VoI.ITME I.—Reporth of CA.",2% argued in thii Su
promo Court of Pennsylvania. By Ben , atmin Graut
For sale by ijellj_ RAY' &Co Nl'., 55 oat street.'
_
DURE VEOIL, suitable, for table, u , ar
ranted fresh, for tale by .•
JOSEPH FLEMING,
je4D5 corner Diamond and Market st.
TBUILDING LOTS, ON ALFRED
STREET, Wilkinsburgh, for sale; prico fur both,
$.300. [l,lO S. CUTHBERT SON. t.. 1. Market st
A NN L DIG EST.—Brightly's Purdon's
-
A gual Digests, from May S. 1553, to May _5,1555..
35715 KAY CO., 55 Wool street.
NEW DOISIESTIC AND STAPLE DRY
GOODS arc being rceEnted alnioet daily.
../Y/5 C. HANSON LOVE, 74 Market et.
SPECI A CORKS, for Fruit Jars, assorted
cite, for sale by -B. L. FAHNESTOCK. L- CO.,
No. tlO, corner Fourth and Wood abs.
BANKERS', CASES AND POCKET
BOOKS—A hill assortment at
jeti KAY @ WS, 65 Wood street.
DE LARUE Sr, CO. S LADIES' ENVEL--
sizes and qualities, for sale by
J. R. WELDIN,
jeZ3 63 Wood street near Fourth.
CLOTH BRUSLIES.---A good assortment
of Cloth Brushes on hand and for sale by -
L. WILCOX.
Corner of Smithfield and Fourth Street...
_ 'N'tn .
1859 NEW POST OFFICEIIIIIEG
TOBY, BY a 6. J. LEECH. For sale
• - J. IL WELDIN,
1)8 6 3 WOW street, near Fourth.
JU DRINS' OINTMENT.-2 gross- for
by B. L. FAIINFSTOCK & CO.,
jyl
Nn. CO. corner Fourth and Wood streets
RIFLES.-,I UST RECEIVED, A VERY
xi, comprehensive mid it to our stack of Rifles,
which can be sold. at verj A hAvn t e r s. uT
G & "YOUNG,
No. S 6 Wood street.
:OSS HAVEN'S SUPERIOR NO.
"tha" Pens,frtst received and for sale at the
Stationery stores of W. S. lI&VE,N,
iyl3 cor. Market & Second, and Wood k Third sta.
500G"'
FOUR HUNDRED AND THIRTY-ONF
PENN STREET. Look at N 0.431. For pale by -
JOU S.CUTHBERT SON, 51 Market street.
FOUNDRY - METAI.,--300 tons extra No
Anthracite, very sat, for sale hy
anal JOIE% MOORHEAD.
TOBACCO, of various good brands, in
store and for We by
AIURTLIIND & CONNOR,
myW 197 Liberty street_
QILK AND GINGHAM SUN I.IMBREL
-10 L at greatimrgain. EATON. CREE & CO.,
Iy4 Fah and Market, street.
TRAVELING SETTS Collars am]. Sleeves,
selling at cost, at
JOSEPH HORNE'S, 77 Max-ket st.
VINE FRENCH COLLARS—A choice lot
to seloct from, at New York cost, at
big JOS. HORNErS, 77 Market street.
CHEESE.—A prime lot of Western RC;
serve Cheese received, and for sale by - -
JAMES A. FETZER,
je2B - corner Market and First street..
Ti f l o ß r r :a k e l b ll y UNDRED BE I cx ,BS KA.m . COCHINEAL,
ki itE I t N L I I .:A ,
3ylB . Allegheny etty,
T I NE COPY OF THE ENGINEER AND
IL/ MACHINLST'S ASSISTANT for sale by
w. S. HAVEN,
ra.9 9 •
No al MI and 34 Market street.
EMI
NUMBER 248
gaguerrean - Salieds.
RO Gi E-R S'
Ambrotyve and photograph
GALLERY,
No. 70 Pllth Street,
NEARLY OPPOSITE .THE POST OFFICE
4'R • Photographs, colored or plain, taken at short no
tice, at Eastern prices, and warranted °omit° them. _
B,NIALL PICTUICES ENLARGED TO LIFE SIZE, and
colored in Oil.
Al+Ef BROTY P-E
A BEAUTIFUL AND . ..DIBIABLE PICTURE
WARRANTED, CAN BE BAD AS LOW
AS AT ANY FIRST. t 'LABS EiTABLIEDI
.
SPENT IN THE COUNTRY, AT.
\W ALL'S, Fxriuth street.
T
1.1 IMPERIAL,
o o tax?. ,
. .
Colored in Oil; Pastelle, or Plain, - in - the most artistic
style, and at En:tern
_ .
WALL'S GALLERY,
Jones' 11u0Clinit,, Fourth itreet.
LAKE SUPERIOR COPPER. MILL
. SMELTING W.ORIE,S*
PARK, lIIICIJR.DTC - & , CO.,
11/EANUFACTURERS OF Sfit...A.THING,
i_uL• Braziers' sod Bolt Copper, Pressed Copper Bot
tom% Raised Still Bottoms. Speller Solder;&c., ids° im
porters tad dealers in
.Metals. Tut Plate, Sheet Iron,
Wire, &c. Constantly on hand, linmen's Machines and
Tools. Warehouse, Be. 149 'First, and L% Second streets,
Pittsburgh, Pa. Special orders of eopper cut to &kr de
ired Pattern. ' —1119250.1akw
VINEGAR
WARRANTED Pure and Un
adulterated,and to -iitiri•S'A V E
Pickles for, years, the same that f hare
Bold to a majority of. the Pittabargh Gin—
cers for tiretvs rams, and which luistaloan 9
Three First Premiums '
f-
at Pennsylvania State Fairs, I am now o
fering to the city and country trade at
greatly reduced prices. . •
Please order direct. Terms Cash.
A. BALLOU, 146 Water street' -`
between Smithitleldand Grant,
Pittsburg - h. Pa.
IMIMI
WM. M. FABER & CO.,
STEAM ENGINE BUILDERS,
IRON FOVNDERS,
General Illaehinists and Boiler Makers,
NEAR THE PENN'A R. R. PASSENGER DEPOT,
PITTSBIIRGH PA
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF
Steam Engines, ranging tram three to.one hun
dred and fifty horse power, and suited for Grist Mills,
Saw Mills, Blast Fumacee,Factories,•ete.-, etc. •
Give particular attention to the construction of En
gines and Machinery for grist mills, and for uprights,
mislay, and circular saw muLe.
_
Have always on hand, fmishedand ready for shipment
at short notice, Engines and Boilers of every description.
Also, furnish Boilers and Sheet Iron semtely, and
Wrought Iron Singling, Hangers and Bullies - in rarely
ariety, and continuo the manufacture of _Woolen Ma
chinery and Machine Cards. _ •
Oar prices are low, our machinery manufactured of
the best quality of materials, and-warranted In all eases
to give satisfaction... -
.Orders from all parts of the countrysolicited, and
promptly filled. mrdEeimlaw
Valuable and Desirable Farm
For Sale.
lOFFER FOR SALE TIIE FAE3I. ON
. which I formerly lived. situated in Saint Clair town
ship, Columbiana county, Ohio, two miles froth the town
of Calcutta.' • Said Farm contains about ONE RUNDRED
AND NINETY ACRES, 011 e hundred and fifty of which
is cleared, and all of it under fence. It lawell timbered
and watered, and convenient for stock. Ifas two void
bearing apple orchards and other fruits, haagoodavtone
quarnes and a vein of excellent coalthree feet ill thick
nes, The great portion of the cleared land lent pres
ent laid down in Grass, butts well adapted to Wheatand
other Grain.'
There has also been erected on above a NEW FRAME
HOUSE, commodious and comfortable ; a large double
Bank Barn, with stabling room for from 18 to-5!) head
of horses or stock: Cutting Rooms, Wagon Sheds,Coru
Crib, Carpenter's Shop, Hog Pen, Coal House and other
conveniences.
The said Farm is located within - cMnrenient dihrtanee
of three good produce points,•viz: 'Liverpool; Wellsville
and Glasgow, within one and a half miles from Cannon's
Mill, and convenient to other Saw and Grist Mills. There
is also a School House on the premises.... _
Payments will be made to suit' purchasers . —
Enquire of John N. Moore. Columbiana House, East
Liverpool, or Wm. Moore, adjoining the premises. '
JOHN W. 'MOORE, •
Ete,t Liverpool, June, 1859
JAMES A. FETZER,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION.: MERCHANT}
Mil TIM PALS OP -
Flour, Grain, Bacon, Lard, Butter, Seed
Dried Fruit and Produce Generally,
CORNER OF MARKET AND -FIRST STREETS,
PITTSBURGH, PA,
Rya ro—Franeis G. Bailey, Esq.,William - .Elihsrorth,
Sr.. S. Cuthbert & Son, Pittsburgh, -Boyd .& Ott„'Heiskell
& Swearingen. S. Brody,. Cash. M. & M. Bonk List
Rowell, Mangle & George W. Anderson, 'Donlon,
Paxton & Co., Wheeling. - , xn • - ,tf
PENN MACHINE WORKS
AND
FOUNDRY,
WIGIITMLAN;
MANUFACTURER OF
. Steami E'rignes, Shafting suss]. Palen
Boring Machines,
- : Uortice Machines,
(3,-z , ar Wheels,
ilangers, etc, etc.
Orders promptly attended to.
ALLEGHEIr,
CALDWELL & BRO. , -
BOAT FURS/girl:RS (ED/PALMS IN
Blanilla, Hemp and Cotton Cordage:
• Oakum. Tar, Pitcti, Rosin and Oils;
Tarpaulin, Duck, pent and Heavy Drillings, etc.
apfay - Nii.s.BB Water, and 78 Front sta.
B ARGAINS IN
SECOND-HAND PIANO s.
One 6 pelace, Rosewood C:ise; 'lron Fremci; made by.
Chiekering & Sous ; only two year old.
One 616 Octave, Ro,ewood CaO,s round comers; made
by Hallett & Dans. •
0130.6 N Octave, Rosewood, carved desk; made by - Ntrans
&Clark. -
One 6 Octave, Mahogany Case, n ado by, Xmas &Clark.
One 6 " " N. Y. Man. Co.
Gerd'gASiznoll
‘! " Pape,Taris.
Albre_cht
One 6
One 6 " Rosewood
One 6 .. " llabogany
MniViTM
Ono 534,
One 6
One 5 u Clernenti: '
Ones " " " Clementi.
JOHN H. IifELLOR,
Si Wood stsset.
TWENTY-EIGIIT- HUNDRED ACRES
ot Farming Lund, eltuate on the south side'ot the
Maumee River; six miles from Toledo; Ohio. The soil
is good, rind timber first-elass, and the adjoining - lands
are occupied by enterprising farmers, who are malting
good improvements. These - lands will be divided into
tracts of fifty acres and upwards, to snit purchases. For
further information apply at oar off e. 51 Market at.
"16 ' •- S. CUTIIBERT a SON
MARION STREET. -L--For sale, a-com
-111 fortable tvet , story Brick ,Dwelling, of Sre-rdoms
rent cellar. The lot it, 'Ai feet front, by .1.01 feet deep, on
an alley; a large grape arbor, stone- wall and petting in
front, a frame outbuilding. Se. Price .0,000.. Terms
easy. S. etrraszta ac SON,
^3O - -.SLlKarketlstreet.
EDICA.L 1300E.5.-, Rolritaagky's Pa
_us; y Anatoln.l2 ,
Elenimits of Path . olotrieal Anatomy. •
Glurre'u Pathologi.ral Anetniny, with colored plates.
Iforner'e Auatoiny endliiF•tol(W', '2 Nola- _
.f.awreueu''s Treuti. , e nu the Eye. -
Maehenzle's "
on Inseroa3 or the Skin, with atlas of pinto),
liucknill and Tuke twanity-
1.4. Rock, on Pneumonia and
Copland on P.tlsy end Appoplexy.. -
Enelison'u . Seleneo end Art of Surgery.. _
C4oper'3 Leal/rem on dtligui.T.
Drudt's Modern Surgery.
1 5 1iller'sTruction
Pine's System of "
Diekson'n Elements or MhilCine.
Prinotpleß of Me‘ticiue,Adition.
Wation'N I'motine l'hYme• " _
• Woods' Matins Iktediea end Therapeutics.
-NAV M. 65 Wood. PAreet.
/1100/ S7I(I.IiTS—FrOM
it :5 eent.,
d to tht• r.spansion, at ,
OSlZislt Market street
it li 1%1 1 :3 IS , 'S A COMBS—A good
tothwitnent of all kind_. at
ItORNES,T; Market et, -
Ikll7 - TWEIV . A' RINDERS..—Just
tot of Wttt, F. Mtirphys,a Patent Per
pastrett pottrr twedon , t. :11/..5. HAN EN,
Statkot,t&Tonti,, and Wood & Third sts.
IIII,\`" - git - $? &T AY 8f 1P OF THE SEAT
y At , " wAII in n‘rupis, thetvst. on , "published, -for
W. & HANTA Stationer.
"VIYATICNITt) irifirtiblrtutArr on the
.41#11L ‘ , 441,1PC11 of Diantonda. For txuaty of Man and
eimpbeity of aidatnient, Otis Shirt stands
Sold wholesale and retail by, EATON, CAKE
jyIS corner Fifth and Market sta.;
AND mEnnym
Mal=
CISIAMSOR.