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[For 41;i Pittsburgh Pint -1
MR. FAIR AND MR.. "FALSE.
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Wealth cloth elate the fool, lint the wise man .
Is reuder'd humble by it. Well Le knows
That any day or hour may come eharg'd
• With those calamities that sweep away
The greatest fortunes of the proudest hearts.
Wisdom Mali take this gift; and kindly use a.
To benefit, encourage and sustain
All gentle laws, and sweet proprieties,
That elevate. and warm the soeial heart
With patriotic joy. But foolish minds—
And Q how many such their revels keep—
line this desir'd engine to degrade
Their flu' too credulous fellows. In thin land
There runs a sentiment abroad, as hike
As rouge upon a harlot's shameless cheek,
Which is, that wealth can cover all the vice
Lean poverty can't hide. I'll not believe
That Wri can be trickAl thus. A goal man
Will gain the best regards of many to art,
Let him be rich or poor. But the badsoul,
Entic'd by the alluring clink of gold
A tyrant's work to do; yes, one that feels
A Intel of savage rest:icy when treading
Wah his lose feet upon the bending necks
Of starring men; will he not to' desPo.4ll
His children :tiler him will hear the hiss
Of public indignation! The low grave
Where die old miserable carcass lies,
Cover'd wall marble and an epitaph,
Will be a by-word, a repried) to such
As linter in the eenietery. What !
Shall be care then? his point is gain'd. •
He play'd tyruit to the ,clew's tears
And to the orphan's groans. He's done such deeds
As devils dare to do. 11,•'s had his life,
As all in.m have their lives. diversified
With incidents. Al. but all men are not
His parallel in unaton'd offense.
Many have lived triumphant °vet vice,
Kind advocatie, for equity and faith.
Straightfl,rmird, event-banded males
Even in poverty, bearing their ills.
As brides ot't bear their parting. with a smile;
Vet, if when death cloth conic there comes an end
Tu all we ever do. which I believe not.
\Which is the nobler in a temporal sense—
The line by merey sweetly
Or the lots thing that thinks a man
To have a manly nature, should wreck love,
Trample on tenderness and gentle peace;
And, with a gnu hell votild not counterfeit,
Hock our. - I'm rich ! Hence feeling to the dogs!
Man must be brutalized, or lose the game 1"
THE LOYALHANNA HOUSE,
LATROBE, PENN'A.
THI'LA PG E. AND WELL V ENTIE,
LATE', plr.a- e located within a fee
yard of the Penn', is now open for the ro
eepion of ,nrnm, vi,itor, A tine ten-pin alloy
recently bee;) preinime4 . , and nue li,hing
attord.d no, to,. A!1 ;ruin., stop here. rnarges mock rate.
iyl:3Annwf,ll,l CHAS. W. FISHER, Proprietor.
R EH 11 C T 1 0 N
BOOTS AND SHOES.
W. E. SCHMERTZ 5; CO
Are eiol , in7. out the balance Ll.f Ir
At a Great Reduvtion on former priree
To Make Room for Fall Coml., al
Public Sale of Orizaba Iron Works, Sophia
Furnace, &c.
11411 virtue of authority, vested in us as
_LPa trustees for certain creditors of Pollard :11'llor.
nook, and in puremince of a decree of the District Court
of Allegheny counts, an the Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania. an No. 3 of November term. we will expose
to public sale, at the Merchants' Exchange. on Font th
street, in the city of Pittsburgh, on the ltith day of Sop
tember. 1539, commencing at 11 o'clock. A. M. or at sueh
time and place to winch said sale may be then there ad
journed. all the following described property. to wit,
The lands and tenement, composing :nal appurtenant
to Orizaba Iron Works and Furnace. situjate in
Kllock to•vmhip adjoining:m.l adjacent to the bol-ough
of New Castle- in Lawrence county, Pennsylvama. bound
ed and described list...llow,
piece of land bounded. north Its Neshannock ereek:
east by the Pennsylvania Canal: south by other land of
said trust, and tveid. by NeslialJnoek creek. eolltmning our
acre more or so a hick are erected a blast furnace.
known by the name 40 feet s , inare'and 45 feet
high, casting hum., layer house, einder etock
house, boiler house, engine house, ernrine and 1•1,t:
with Oak,r in littler lions, and the extra boiler,
.set complete. and largo brick stack.
A Piece Orland, itegatrtilig at 'ld , rtikeaNt corner of 1101-
hug Mill lot, en Ne,hannuek creel:sunning thence north
we:4 192 feet, nor, la 47!"..° cart 151 feet; thence along
is: id mill lot 24t.1!.1
, feet the pie,. of beginning; on
Is brick oth: c and a blacksmith shop.
A piece of land zr . .....re and 04 perches, more or
lens, beginning at a joist near Lock so. 2,0 u Peensy Iva
nia Canal. mining sunlit 210,: , wok 300 feet to a past
smil canal: them, south east 340!%; fret 111 „ noel nn
Neshannoek creek: thence south 4c;, , , , , ,,- west :;0 0 feet I,
said creek to a post.: thence south 20!.:`' east 249 . !..'„ feet to
the place of beginning: on which is erected a Rollin:.
Mill. the main building 150 hr 212 feet. with ' , beds atnn•h
ed, in which are 16 ludialtt furnaces. 5 heating furnace,
boilers and engine, sufficient to (171V0 all the InaCtilnerV
in said mill: liar rolls, Small roIIK, nail plate and timer;
rolls, Anarm, 25 nail nmelann, and one
trrought spike machine, and a brick ,arehouse. 60 by 20
feet.
i •piece of land, beginning on the canal at south-west
earner of mill h t, and running soutlt2st,.7' west Irk; (vet
Llong said ranch thence south t'.o:;° east 50feet by land
'Of J. C. White; thence south 2. east 151 feet by
Street; thence west 2-I feet to a post; thence south 2`-'erut
15t, feet by an alley: thence IS feet I,y J. J. C. Whit e ,
10 mill lot; thence Won! said lot to the place of begin
ning: eunt4initig tier , which is
nail said st,ve factory 46 by 114 toot, engine and boiler
house. with engine sufficient to drive maehateryfor 24
nail machines, one spike machine. one stave machine.
circular saws, therein contained; clay house, is
by 34 feet, with machinery for grinding :md teinficring
clay to make fire brick. and a brick-drying house 711 Ly
36 feet, partly on said tot and partly on land ofJ. & J. c.
White.
A lot aground. No. 8, in White's addition to New Cas
tle, bounded on the north and east by streets; south to
;et N0..7-,atol west by 4etlerson street... 4 feet front by
14 feet; oriNdifeh is a %rich Cooper-51mp,.45 by 40 tees,
and carpenter shop 1:: fort ~gusto.
A piece aloud is Nestmunciek township, lying south
of Eastbreek road. I , ,ntaining Zl%acres, unq.e oriro N toe
mg part of the Ilimpson tract, purchased by P. N'Cor
tniefrom I Ih rupsnn, situste about 1?.:, miles from
New Castle. on the atstbrook road.
A lot of ground, bounded north by other land of said
trust; eastby. A. L. and G. W. Crawford; south by White's
heirs, and west by Jefferson street, on which is erected
it brick dwelling hon-e.
)ee iq.eve p.,iwetyl.Viii be Anh!
Alms, in separate parcels,' its described:
The undivided halt - M - 40 acres of •land, more or less,
in Neshannoel township. bounded north by Crawford:
east. by Pearson, Pyle and others; south by :Thomas Fulls,
and west by Maitland and Crawford, aboundin; with coal;
about 250 acres cleared: coal tanks opened: a number of
joiilo Louses, borne, sheds, stables, colre ocogs, 6:c.,
h. ectill thereon.
A piece of land in Noah:min.:l,' township, bounded by
haids of William •AlekMider„lames Boyle and John
:Alien, containing 39 acres and Mu perchea. on which ni
:['Hen, containing
a plank house, a log liouse, a franle stable:about
30 acres cleared: also /1 gond spring of watai..
Four othitignous lota of ground, in Pollock township,
hounded on the north by Cunningham and others:soul h
by White, east by Vogan :aid others. and west. by -,
un which are erected - dwelling houses, stables, ke.
. . _ . ,
A piece, of land in the borough of New Castle,
beginning at. the north-west corner of school house, on
east side ofJefferson street, near the Midge, over Ne
shannock creek; thence north 88° east lao feet, to said
(-reek: thence north 37!/.° west-13 feet; thence south 63,-*:.°
west 291 feet, to Jeff., en street; thence south east 115
feet to the place of beginning, containing one acre, more
r less. . .
.5 int az:roam, fie leer front by 160 in depth, in the
horaugh .01 New Castle, i HMI] ded•north by street; east to
alley; south by Jatiett Lint, And west by iefferson street,
On which is erected attune stable. •
'A lot of ground in Pollock township. in White's addi
tioh 'to New Castle, beginning on Mill street, at the 'cor
-a.r of lot No. thCnee south 2 .3 east by said street to
Ito tees; thence,
i forth 1 west by 41.
No. 1; theuee north 8S- east by jut
place of beginultig
A frame house and lot in Pollock township, ',wi n d e d
north by Neshannoek creek.: east by Jefferson street;
west by --, east by
lot of grtgUld in :sod township, bounded north by
Wallace: cast by by au alley: soul. to; I)nd:sorban,' west
Croton road; being 50 feet in frontbylso feet in depth.
Ise. a Infant . land, Of abont 4dB acres, in Sugar Creek
Tract. luting Vcnango county, Pennsylvania, known an
- same described in deed from
Pollard :WCtarmiCk to said trnstees,. dated 234 August,
1555.0
A more full and accurate description of the property
to be sold will be funnelled from the deeds, at the time
bf sale. or previour , iv, on application to the trustees.
TERYIS:--One-tin - ril of the purchase money' to be
dd fft dash pi the weiinovierigmebt df the deed; one-
Wird in six months, and one-third iri ttelvfi• months
from the time of sale. with interest from that time; the
deferred payments to be 'secured by bond end mortgage
on the premises; outi-third of the amount of the first
orewsh payment to be paid when the property is' struck
down. ISAAC DI. PENNOCK,
WILLIAM K. NIMICK,
CHARLES /MAP.
July :18,1859-8w:0i H. BRADY WILKINS.
ANEW 30 SPhING'WOVEN SKIAT—
With a lately miten . lied bustle. This is a different
woven shirt from any* other in this market, and much
superior as to strengtt 4uality and forvi.' Sold only by
• EATONCREE *CO,
if/8 MianAlarket atreeta
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GROVE." recently lilted up as
rTilt:ll•7 . Cl= PART,
Is i:l3ncopen for the iiecornmocatioU of Ple-Niesk,
ure. Parties, - So
ICE - Gill:Aril AND REFP.F.BII: 6 IENTS.
A Bond of Music iliWayl iu at Wild:mei:, A good
covered platform for .laueing.
je3:ftn.tv-t_f 111)EVELER & MILLER.
4'o 1111 . cC, 11.1
OCITESUL
1301L14 POSTER,
Will attend to the Distributing and Posting of
'DILLS, CIRCULARS, CARDS & 1 1 ROGRAIIIIIES
FUR
Amusements, Railroads, Steamboats,
Ships, Hotels, Sales, Etc.,
PITTSBURGH. PA.
ip,g lEyt(4r , 4 , l r er i s m 7 v nt eiu t a oti t Le the Pitt,burgh .31”ro-
I reccivo prompt Htti-m: ion
s,awronws
LIVER INVIGORATOR,
M.:Vt . :IL DEBILITATES.
TT is rotupounded entirely from Gums, utd
IT
has !teems.: an e3tetielederi fact, et Snoedard Jletlleitte, known
ueset approved Ite 311 Uwl Jiaa t• Itnett it. and Is now re•
erle! tee with coeithleace eo ! all tee due.es tier which it
to receettentended.
I t h 3.3 cared tjwaseed3 l !w'ithi Itic last two year.
whet had eivele lay all lercereO 1o( roller the numerous
tea...lit:lied cern...33lu my, ;r 3 essessionsisor•
he eh..., must be adated' VI ;to the temperament of the
ttSit,atitAl tetateed is sad ur l ed 13 such quantities es to
realtt, on the litewee:s. -.4 I
Let the dictate: or your, rg jiitiguieni guide you lu the
tote of the LIVEII IV-, v",..! IGOILAT()It. and It
a - id cure LI wee Com-1 j plaints, Bilious At -
at-km, Dygpepsla,'throme Illarrhoca.
Summer Com -! 5 .plaln Elyse
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Cu.( I velll..i. (110 0 le, Cholera, Choir
a Mt. r ht.., Cho: era n fan tum. Flatu
lence, Jaunt! / e 1 1.4 I Frantic ‘Veakness..
and ratty he !ree33rellly as an Ordina
ry FRIIIII y art., It will cure SICK- -
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.% t• eau testify.> Itt
t avert y minutes, If: ;I own Or three Tea
apooui'uls nee ink at cesumenceenent of
attack.
A u who use It aryl giving their tesithneny
ite. hoe,
MIX WATER IN TIITs irouTti WITH
THE: INVIGOtt ATOII, AND SWALLOW
1101'11 TOG ET TIER.
Pelee (Joe Dollar per Bottle.
Al. ie.
SANZ' ORD'S
FAMILY
CATHARTIC ,
PILLS,
Pure Vegetniale Emirateto, a n d put ma In
CASES, Air 'right, mall Lerp
In any etiolate.
Thu Plantll3. Cn
tiehut. ccv. e Catlp.rta.
u+,l In his prwrilee mnr,
11 eimo.antlr .re35,C
have I, ac PILL ,
Il expri.,lll,,fl/ii thr•lr
livna lh,reach 411.1
Thy v.,11 bun,.
on ,Ilirerent inog of viei
The PAMILV A •
bat. whit due, refeconce toI
been compound., 4 from
tahlo }:strans, ulna] tI
alirnantary canal. and ar,
e. alter, a rath,rtic Is ,
rangementa of thl
near.. Polno In the
Canttivettea.., I' I n;
the whole body-.t
(rerinenhly, enclecte..l.l
Loon of Appe-1
gallon of Volal overi
ateroo, Headache, ;
all I ea Oulu ton tory
I.lallalren nr Adult..!
Purifier nttln. mood,
lieuh La twit., 0rt0,,,1,'
meat Dose, I ' .3
The LI ver Ina I.; “411., <1 :”. IPnrnlly
thatulle ho central., and
rold wholesale hr the l r . . 1 ., 1 , 1 u'l tl.O I,r,lnua -
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NI good aild rail fr 11 " , ::;!, .r,
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tomtit hioh. title Lind 1,..t \Shit, h
eanc,4l
iin all olihliiiilLtrie ttitti
ninth. Thi• thief ititvii tn. •It
BARN Er F. 1,1 rt (11%11 Rin.lll 11,11 till :
whirken.:md Lad iiit it tiliiek :mil lined hat.
Thr tibrlrc rctlard .111 he irti.l (..r thc ttrtr.•
r our-hull fur cithcr. I'ArrEIL , "
cor :11, l i'her,
A. A. CARRIER 5; BROTHER, AGENTS,
No. G 3 Fourth Stc et- t.
CIO f 310 NWEA LT II INSI:I:AANi is
PAN V, at • 1 .
5300,000. • 11ou. SIM 4 iN .N. r1 . 1.,•14,1t
Carrivr,Serrvt,v. ti111.20:1 , E AND m,II;INE IN
SU - RANCE Ct..MPAN V. 11: 1, 1
787.73. Burl. .10EL .111NE.-1. 1 1 1,-1114•Iit ; .1. 11. AI% i•r•I
eITI . IN:A . III%LE 1 INII I IN 1
1,1:t,1µ;1:11 11.11: 1
Pre,ilout ; 11. 11 :71.•croi.ry.
F. A. MIERSCII SONS,
FRENCH ANI,
AMERICAN CONFECTIONARY,
Wholesale and Retail
Cream. W,if ;I tIII
if all land. land.
J,2,; .1•2 St. (Ante street.
JOHN 9 7 CRAWFORD,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
AND P[1111.1(
If.IVENINHIT, lOW
Expeeial att,tti.,n pvell and ....trim:
elanne ofwt try kind.
itudni fiti—Jerennnll
la. J. I 2„ hits,
tinter-,
1:01.ert...t Mellott. AttoTneeii.
rr liE MANTFACC . I:I: F S 11'-
CHE3IIC.II, En4.4ivE ,Aif .
Jitter imdp-'ting it to the itevere:d tef-ts know. to tio
trade, ure fully per.mided tic 01 , 1011 11y ddt
ing Soup in the :ftat...., for so little tummy. livin,
at oneo f -ti many good mialltiee, t find feu-
OF ISEAUTI—In rotor, ,art ,• and tex
ture fenerrillv-
W. PURITY—In freedom front rosin. toga:tome s
clay, tile, stale gret,e, and edoner.otot,
OF QUALITY—I', , •JJ.1,,....”11,..•),
Lou. coarse or Inc; Ctlol.l. diten.m.f.l. It or -.tit:
printed or white: for LILAMNO tar. urea,:. Intel, p, nt.
oil, printers' ittli. idttiontal.er , ' a. 1.. ,•u•_. Irmo :node,
f r urnitore. and froto the land,.
(jive It a fair, trial or your:wive, and 60 e ll lll,llofi.
licalentl:,r, the 001110 IS on each AA; lar n ~,p y
of the chfeehowi. & P. 11. S U' V ER.
lid Ft reel.
D. C. KNEELAND
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
SQUARE AND OVAL BONNET BOXES ;
Also, inakem to order PLAIN ANT , FANc•y P.IKU
BOXES, sailablo for Shoe., Dry at Ea4terii
price,. Corner Virgin alley and AVI.NI
ji4:l
ALLEGHENY CEMETERY.
SECRETARY AND TREASURER'S OFFICE:
AT No. 3; FIFTH STREET;
SUPERINTENDANT'S OFFICE:
AT THE CEMETERS
TARENTVM CAMP MEETING
.I`IIATIVS OVER.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD,
WILL RUN AS FOLLOWS :--I), , part
from Pitt,burgh Station for Tafel:anti].
A Lir; t Is3o
10th, 0:30 SI p
11tH, Thursday, at 615 k. Y. till) P. AI.
I.2th, Friday, at 01 t. a. 1:00 P. M. :00 pa.
13th, Saturday. .... r,:1( I. v. 4:1r0 a. H. 3,00 p. n s
150 i, Monday, at air, a. a. Ann .a. a. 6:00 p at.
61h. Tuesday. 13 ~ V. 9:30 t. n. 5:0,
rith, Wednesday, a. NI 1030 a. 11. 530) r. u.
ISth, Thursday,L sif
...... a. ii:(P) a. M. 0 5,00 P. a.
—.On this day, in addition, a train ivill leave at 5:00 e
M. and 6:30 e.
Returning trains will leave 'farent.unt far Pittslurgh,
10th, Wednesday, at... 7201 A. 31. 11.11.10 A. it. 705 P. NI.
11th,, Thursday, at 7:00 a. m. 7:05 r. M.
12th, Friday, at. 7:00 A. a. 2hoo r. is. 705 P NI.
13th, Saturday, at. 7:00 st. a. 11:00 A. AI. 3,110
/131.14 lifonday,at 12)0 a. a. 700 Aa. 22x1 r.
10th, Tuesday, at. 7210 A. I. 3 . 1./0 I'. a. 7:05 r. ss.
17th, Wednesday, at... 72.10 A. m. '2:00 r. a. 7.05 P. v.
16th, 'Thursday, at 7210 A. 11. 11.00 A. M. 300 r.
- ,, 0n thin day, in addition, a train will tear° at 7:05
lc, and litZu e. a.
-10 n thin day, in addition, at 7ins P. 0.
—;On thla day, in additioti, at 7:05 v. 0.
ang..titlAro.
'42. F: hloßL7,_fiup't.
IGHTEENTI - I LIST OF APPLICA
— IONS for selling Bled in the Clerk's 01
'4lgu,t 12th.
• • 1.1 other morls.,•2d wM.
Cunning -
Frediurargh to .
ISlll.ever Michael. tavern, claimers .•
Ruchenhanch John. tavern, Lfarreneeville.
Wield Herman, with other goods, 4th ward, Allegheny.
THOMAS A. ROWLEY, Clerk,
Clerk's Office, August 11th.1850. yluglf.k3t
RECEI 1 - SS(IOi:P.
assortnirut of. Cll 1 1. D R EN'S 'IIE:AMC IMADI•1
CLOTHING, of all descriptions, along with Ladies'
Dress Caps and Head I/rye:it's,and all the new styles 01
Patterns for June. M. A. WEAVER,
No. 24 Fifth street, second story, Rooms Nos. 7 and 8.
e 8
MARION STREET.—For sale, a con'
fortable two-story Brick Dwelling, of fiyo rooms
and collar- The lot is 30 feet frost, by 164 feet deep, on
an alley; a large grape arbor, atone wan and paling in
front, a frame outbuilding. Su. Price $2,000. Term,,
S• CUTHBERT k. SON,
51 Market street
REFINED SUGAR...-
10 bbls. Eastwiclr's standard crushed Sugar;
10 do ' do - coarse pulverized do
10 do - -do - fine do do
30 do Penna. A coffee crushed do.
10 do do B .do . . -do ,do
5. do do .0 yellow do; -,
- In store, Sal4lbakele aa dde b • -` ,
.aPS a RICKErSON.
OEM
=NM
- ' . '
MWO FLINT • G LANA FAcro Hits:, SIT-
A. CATE in the Ecirouglt of Birmingham, belonging
to the estate of the late P:liilnlynny,deijeased, oral lately
carried on by Lodlie & lllnin, - These Fant - nries-are now
in thorough repair, and jn full operation, with all the
neeesaary implements had cornainienee, requisite for
the exumsivemanufsatire of flint glitas, of that superior
style and quality for which these Workshare been
justly celebrated.
Po - ssession given on the first day of August nrxt.
C. IMISEN,
Executor of the Estate of P. Mulvany.
Pittsilairch June WI h,1009.
FOR RENT.-
THE FIFTH STORY
THE POST BUILDUNG
011. ES uFFEEED.--410mff to he hail in
in the 1211 V of Allegheny. (vial in comfort to
country seats. Etna yet U , 4r eialtltzh to the venire of
business to araaantatalate latrane, , , men in either eity.
and give to them a !tome with rho 4lesirablo emnforyi of
qty mad country tinned. There are about one hundred
lots of 100 root sylare, some of than lareer, (sing
raltweell Western avenue and Ohio Lane. Alh•gheny
avenue, and tho West side of the CoMmons. Each 1,1
has a good street in front and alley in the rear. Each
man hot 111,r, about ISO feet fruit hasroom m btatitify his
lot with 11 handsome house, surrounded with shrUblwry,
thereby making it a vololly of residences equal to
COU trysects, With rho conveniences of the cmes.
These beautiful lots will he 'eased fur twenty-one years,
with the privilege of purchasing thorn within that
period. 1 hey are open fur seloetion now. Ti ons win
Wl,ll SU dC,lrld de a 'oration would dowel' mean i.oun on
niumxs wool), Laud Ag , nt•
irirl:gdtf No. 100 Fourth stro•t.
1 -1 Ult `-4 %I .up srior Farm of 1,-;
nt,l I, RAI faruon, of der. iu Knox. County.
lar,:” pror,,mon of it rayvr I.ott.on It is 01 . F.•r...1 at
a great lorg:on. Enquire of •rit , .ot 1y Walt O D:3,
mrls:tf No.loo Fourth ct., Land A:rent.
PRINTING, WRITING AM) WRAPPING PAPERS.
Ui I. W. GRAFTON,
PAPER DEALER , v.
0 97 Wood st alley, 7,
PITTSBURGH,
oon,t.kntly cm 1.111,1. a full
11:11.114
PIZ IN r.S.:
r , 11.,11y Co '3 Fuyt• Wr
1.11E11;11g ink-. Sr. 1.
CASIO !PAID FOR RAGS.
jyr2:6indux
PITTSBURGH STEEL WORKS.
iAA(.: .1( P.`“). J. LOYD...AVM. :11VI:Loi.',11
JONES, BOYD & CO.,
Spring, Plow, and A • B. Str.•l Sr rill ES
T ina!) IMO o{l
GEO. R. WHITE a; 00.,
1:1; I,E , lA% .1 I E K .•1
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
BAREOE AND BAREGE ANGLAIS ROBES
Mantillas, Barege An glais Dusters, 8::
WM. H. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Bankers and Exchange Brokers,
flood Sirca, corner of Third,
Popper Mine ti)a.
t • F 1/1. • 'tll 1)1
\
1,. MII , I- tit,•l , Iv..t1,•••••LI
.12.1 .111 I,offil T].• r: •
giPt•ki I , •.rktng ~ith OA , , tle. , itioN •• •
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ruttti %Itttttt titt. 1 41. ••: tt•t‘t
Pitt-Itttrtrlt..lttts
lII ' , I * ST .1 (
111_,N,ACT.1.113 AND I.LALrns
A:s.l
Strait., e.
hi, no. rat , Ul at. ,1 .I.l.onaftlitto Cd.utiv,.
1.02:1,1 51 Els:101'o S'l VET. NEW )",
CANNEL COAL OIL.
Q(rAtE OF THE (;(41( - ) Qu A LITI ,
1 . " Are
IT 1111'A T I.' 111111.1.1.4 :VC I',
f E3"1711E1. NO.V-EXl'l, , ),'ll :
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T r.v r ES FR
I,' !;! d:.1.; ll'IT11( , 1'7' ANY oFF11:.1 - sn' r,p
17' 1, 'LEAR A:f1) 17L-IL'7 1 !7. IN ( 1 )1...•17.
.111 . K111.LYCE1N THE IsolLy
Ti :IND .17 TRA 'el
r NOT PER.II.I.‘ '.llll -. 1•7
CLo 1711. Yr dl on whir/, a o n e, ,
good. •
IT ' l.`; £lll'll.l TPA , 11 EA 1'1:.•1 . .1.1 , ; If
icxr, WA.
DIRECTIONS FOR ITS USE.
G., 1..3 .terr 1 olda.t. a geed
hunt..rte„war , . hot Ivry
,I.lwil In the 1010 'lnto p
tartly ..V.•11 11 . 111 tn.• I.ip of th..
throng ,it the ....di i.r0teet......, 1 , -404 Ilt tilet • ..l - 1.,-
1 , 1113 , nr lamp with oily oil ' , tiro vp the ti ear.l.l,‘
at n..t rd. i; eldroboy.
A 111 greatly enhahve itS 0011,n. , 0 r.lOl
efl lly lhn rare. D.ll
0 1r 4 ,,inee nf the,direetion..., you ail'
ttetoire a light that earinnt flail to please.
41111. farilitie. for refining are unto very perfect
erpriplete, and having devoted tt great dead or labonoo
attention to (heart. we have 9tiereeded in product:, an
arhrb•ofthe very best gilt:Oily, to whioll o e rite thp
4.l , 4•olal,lttenti,,n of the trade. All order:, in
be tilled
at Ow 10we...t rates.
Pm' sale by the barrel, or in qualitive, to silt Clisto-
AD:./11 s. VEr.DER 9
Ilf•tillers of Coal 011.,
No. :.1 Penn'a Acrnne, nio,r Ilegh -treed
(uet Idr frion the ',tut
BIRMINGHAM
COMM FACIA L COLLEGE,
A.i.
WRITING ACADEMY,
College Hail, Diamond Birmingham
TERIVN, CASH ON ENTRANCE
F t)rivanentql Writing
'• Plain Writing •-
'• 1.•. o)
FACULTY,
N.SLIA FEEL Profeteelr.,lWritimoml 11001;.Koria
I:. 11. LEITHEAID. Jr... l`relle,er l'enmam.hip.
C. F. WELLS Prefe,er Il.eek•liceplag uud Cum
menial Calculations,
REV. W. Li. 1301;TON, Lecturer ett rust, ry and Gen
end Subject:,
If (IN. R. P. FLENNIKEN, Elm.-U. S. ZfiniMer to Den.
marl:. a member of the Pittsburgh Dar, Lecturer on
Commercial Law.
PROF. sf. P. EATON, Lecturer on Eltiontion.
Call and sec what never urn I.efore at tempted by
any penman. n:mt.•ty: Specimens of Ornamental and
Practical Penni:M:4.p extruto/ in your prc.s.cucc, it, ti,
short s pore of from 21., M,COLIthi tApwards.
Good hoarding at $2.51 per week. Birinnwinim Ferry
free for studeril H. Entram, utany time. For specimen,.
of off-hand Business Writing. enclose 2 pos=mge cum)),
and address
COMM
tIAKLAND PROPERTY FOR SALE_
kJ That portion of ( 'Aland known ay
NEW LINDEN CI;(7cE,
Lying trithiti—Wo miles and a ballot the cdy. has been
subdivided into .- tota of convenient sire, ranging frorn
ONE TO TEN ACRES EACH,
Some of them are leo l . others beautiful and symmetri
cal knolls, covered e-itih forest trees. and others gently
rolling, susceptible of I;skrig Improved in the most pic
turesque Tanner. These , iOtti are surrounded by an ex
colleut. netghborhomi, tvitit the advantage of a
FIRST CLASS PRIVATE SCHOOL,
Tankhtby Mr. and Mrs. B. M:lierr. with public school,
in the vicinity. A line of oininibuses rune every hour
during the day, and in a short
PASSENGER RAICROAD
Will be built, thus rendering them ", • ligible andde
sirable. For beauty of scenery, ' 'teem, pun
ty of air, and convenience .to tW - , ~,, , ,,,,e r
passed as sites for country resi.
commodate those who msy wi • .
offered at the following '•,' •
.
VERY EAST - ' l . . • -
...
One-tenth in hand, ao the re , • .' -
Ullat payments.
i'fi=ixt i
EEMIEI
BORNE
• )"!,
,4•*"*Te'andn-het.
For Rent
INQUIRE AT THIS OFFICE
C.IST S'rEEL.
ITIMMIZI
No. 25 Fifth Street.
111.1(4: I. ICI: ,4114151.5.:
G. H. LEITH LID, Principal.
Pittsburgh, RIL
~ - i S~'t.
,perial Notices.
Vegetable Substitute for Calomel
and nine-Pill.
BRAND H VD:I:TABLE UNIVEILSA I. PILLS
j by restorinir the bowels to their original daily and mita
, Tx - I/action, giveihreneth to theidomach.punfy the blood
re-establish the healthy condition of the digeative or
cans. and thus cure dyspepsia, colds, coughs, rhenma
tasun,, dropdes and sickmss generally, whether chronic
or recent. The celebrated Abernethy says After
haring cured the derangement of the bowels, debility
and all diseases generally disappear of their own scam?,
ecru In a short time." The experience of a century has
established the worth of these Pills beyond dispute. as
purgahve aumbilanci medicine; andtheir bse by up
wards of Lkou eonscientious physicians, and by over a
million of families, shows that they are supplying One el
the wants of humanity. nud are in advance of inedielit
science. The above pills, altliough purely vegetable, are
now known and used as a substitute for calomel (M-
I drargyzi Jhte,) producing all its alterative
and other incheations, with none of its disorganizing oif.
fects upon the -often crippling for Ids-or its .11-
tressing action upon the tooth and gums. The prepared,
tioneehtration (rain the ramp prinmples---the Life adds.
non a s ubstitute for idoe-pilliP,lii/0./h/drarypeii
possessing the peouli, action on the seercalloy organs,
of that preparation from mercury ; but none of it,
sali
vating or other !Mario., elleats. those who have used
them. a , a blio,pil/ ca',,htiitc or otherwise.award to them
the blichecst praise. They come liCaTer to a eOtleont rm.!
E.Fseniie of Life than anything yet made, in the wary of
modieine, by man. A single pill given daily, o hen all
hope has ti e d. hag often restored health. In fact, they
supply an orcanic principle to the blood, always wanting
in extreme ch , ies of ioeknetis. Old people have the se
cretions of early youth restored by the Life Addition
Pills. Their value lite preservers isbeyond estimate.
Brandret Vegetable I. overeat Pills renioi e from tile
bowels and blood .;f a sick person the came of death
THE LITE ADDITION Pn Is Surat( fire OHO MC er
:an BLOOD'S VITALITY- the minute OA-ides of c eget a bl,i es
senses. of which they are but the concoction. hence thew
roar( re:niter-part in the viLd globule.; of the bl,eal And
from whence does the blood :loth, its life, its globules: ,
verily fr o m the same source from whence Dr. Itrandreth
derives the life principle of the Life Addition Pills-from
the Vi- stable Kingdom!
'These pill, ns also the tlniversid. are warranted pore
-
p Retailed respectively at and no riots.
.1.1 the public supphea by the ((,,toss, or ,it,-
cle box. at No. 234 Canal street. randreth's Prowl!,
pities; IN Thomas Bodpatli, No. '27 1 Ottinctari, stn.,.
Pci,hurch, Pa.. and by to 1 re-p .etable dealer• in toed,
lonlimow
THE TER ED
'llk title of one fir. 'Warren', ,turioH, iv renli:.•d 15
1110111,11 I,) all who
Christadoro's Hair Dye,
NV Inch. 111 chang.,
WHITE TO BLACK,
'Jr I,d n, n 1 - 1,11 brown, Wlth ,, Tll dry,nt• up the jmrua of
I,lr. It I- the "uly I.:ur .Iy, In the World. ,old
~(lied t.O ill
Xu. A•tr,
(.41.:0. H. KEYS 4 E.R, ,goal,
Pit tshu6;ll, Pa.
=MEE
TO NEW CASTLE 131( CANAL.
PASSENGE Gi ilNi.•rti NEW CA4TLE
AND NONTIT 01 , THAT PI.ICF--Vou will not
th:o. duly hoe of Pael,tshetwi,n4h,w Cootle
and 11nOmm still cannel With the accmnmodunon
nn the Z,20. e 'J., rind with the BOA, A. A. at llnght.m. Ey Vining. he th, route you will olive time anal
manny, utu , h i-, cant 01,;,•t at the Present tan,
mnm•c t . •can , o, and done great damage
t'IRCI'LA It—The ,t, , oriliont are tran4aettng
tr-cl' n :onoral For-tit and L., Atte ,tle SLlpp/11,.!nil
Ci Ru=t no., in tto: etty, and have the
e o, nr, \': out.. No of •dieet.
1,,, .sl •• Pr(1.1 . 1 , 1 to roootu o too' ,•!I For;•rt
-tod I totto—he Goed.. of all ,tler tho u-nd
',ellatoi en nll cot.a:gnmentn to their Eldrese ,
In the department of ,Thippintz. a lons , •11 , ortenoe
wat r.oto ot,--es.o; nr trtond, Ina, .11 hn , ine,
c tat tl invit Ve aol..anl Carves still he pt',.l.:pily attend
tlndy offer roir Viaii3OS
, f n Lornrnetrtal dtut•inot,
CPRRY. NEPHEW A Co.
italtoto-ro. Feht 14,y. 1.-.:M.—mr.::tt
G EO. 81. Ell 10 ER,
GOSSAMER VENTILATING WIG,
BLASTING BAND TOUPEES,
IPTI
lirnautrillal Hair ilr Ladies and ticullenien
NO. 67, 11A if ET 47 . 11 E ET
Lk: ID T_TP
I' Fll.l k. HI.NIP.C.dIr.,N A:\
CI () it AI A ( E ,
\ PIT , II ‘Rpki•Ll:
I t 111.1V.1
No. SW Wetter Street
IF 1 It S C L.l Ss
BLANK A,.CCOUNT BOOKS,
I \I I ^INA
r, sToch, r
COMMERCIAL STATIONARY
Pl=',. I INT 'l' I 1\1"
•.- II:1 I
0 VI L.
C r().
PIT t SetlliGH COPPER ROLLING tIIL.
C. G. HUSSEY & CO.,
Braziers' Bolt and Sheathing Copper,
v.,1 t -ppkr
=MEM
111111!
Nn. :17 Filth Street, Plttalmrgh, pet
/Sic t• , .ttpt, , t 1 p rtt
llot IiLI'ISCAttN;
I .TTORNEY AT JAW .INP CONVEYANCE!
111=
(11.1 1 1'.-T ANT) I..II;GESI
lithoEr,iphic \Weill in the City
SCH C NUN A 7 1 4 i,
PRACTICAL LITH 0 G RAPH E R
CORNER THIRD AND MARKET STREETS,
I I F 1 , .%; CULIK(iE
111. \ E Lzt ,, IA :kS:t tt '1 A '1'1.:1) \VIT I
with the. m r 1 tELLI 111 the I. ll l terhthine.
WIII herettner tie Ctlnthttrlt•kt lind, thetlume
an , l “rlAllion .%l LEMON.
10113 DELLOW Off.
tittlertaliitig lii all its Branches.
LEMON & DELLOW,
No. 11S Fourth Street.
E PREP.\ RED TO DO UNDERTAK-
N. - ; Ili oh lt= bmnehes, to the he-t manner,
pr.,•r:+,n suit the tune,
We call sp;anol attention to FISN'S NEW STYLE
PATENT NIETALLIC IttlitlAL CASES, f.r thn sale of
which they are ,olc azents iu thh+ city, and of which
00 hoop oon,tantly on hand a complete w:sortrnent. As
records beauty of shape and tinish.they excel all other,
Funerals will he supplied with Hearse, Horse,/ and
Carr.aves promply, and at 1011, nito, than any other
e•tablivhment in this ally Gu - tr:uWa.•uta i rend,•r sat
a.facnon, they solicit a cor, u nmua•a of the• 'patronage
heretofore or, liberally extended to t h e old firm INAS
REMOVAL_
DUQUESNE IRON STORE.
COLEMAN, HAILMAN & CO.,
Iron, snlSy , Stas.i Springs, Axles, Wrought
tint., Woghers, Spikes, Bolts,
FLAT RAILROAD BAR OF ALL SIZES, ETC., ETC
Have r, , lnurva to their new exteu,ive Warehouse,
Nos. 77 water awl 94 Front Ms.,
Where they are prepared to execute all orders to their
line, having a large and complete at,ortment
goerne. manufaeturcd cnods constantly on hand,
which they offer nn liberal terms. felfdr
TE PL A EFRIGERA TO It,
with
I"itter and Rater Cooler t'ombined
Involving important principle never before attained
which ennblea
MEAT,
VEGETABLES.
FRUITS, &C.,
To be kept longer, drver, and colder,
with LESS ICE.
than earilie done with any other Refrigerator now in
use; now on hand and for sale nt
T. J. CRAIG'S,
j f,30 124 Wood street, five doors from Fifth.
I OHS N. SHEPHARD-
(Successor to HartwelllShephard,)
Druggist, Corner Wood and Sixth ste.
A complete stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS Lad DYES, constantly on hand.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS,
11 find it to their advantage to give us a call. Mans
'Ter of the celebrted
; SOTICR'CAPILLI
- • : ' •,
• .125;,:f
~~ r ~ r R r.
Y~ 'J
~'.3
lEl=l
STEEL CULTIVATOR TEETH,
Corner Itoug and Vlral rretq.
CII_IDWICK & SON,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN PAPER AND RAGS,
Mahoutnt: Fire Brick and Pot (la),
R \‘ El I.IN.
r.. I
Cupp , r. Copp,
Audton Dates.
DAILY SALES AT NO. 54 FIFTH sT ,
at the Ilk,' Commercial Sales Mirn,. No. r.l Fin;
street. every wrcl: day, are held public sale , : or
all variety. suited for the trade and eonsoin-r, ro n.
large stock winch is constantly replenished with tre,i
consignments, that must be closed forthwith.
AT TEN O'CLOCE, A. M,
Dry Goode and army articles, comprising nearly eyery•
thing needed in the line for personal and fandly a•
table ; hardware; eh:Ailing; boots and shoe-;
dies' ware, O.
AT TWO O'CLOCK, P. M.,
l lousehold and lc itehenfurniture, new and second-hand
beds and bedding; carpets; elegant iron stone cluie
ware; stove.; coot:int! utensils; greeerii,,
AT SEVEN O'CLOCK. P.
Fancy :wade.: watches; clocks; jewelry; musical
straloauts ; guas ; clothing; ; boot and ss tt
hook,: siateniery, ke. I'. M. DAVIS,
s" I'` • Auctioneer.
•
CLINTON HOUSE,
41 . 4 ' 1 0.1 - 7'ollr.V, Peas itsy Iran
JOHN BLERER, Proprietor.
THIS COMMODIOUS AND POPULAR
II OTF: L. ft, being refitted arod furn ish ...I through
out. with elegant furniture, is met' ready for the ree e
boo ;,nests. The Railroad from Connellsvillo to
Uniontown trill be finished early in July, thus atloriling
a cheap and pleasant mode of traveling
to escape the heat and smoke of Pittsburgh during
the heated term. This House is situated IA
mornentA drive of the celebrated Fayette Sprit s. and
the proprietor is determined to spare neither trouble cof
expense in rendering tho,ns Oho visit him vonifornible.
(!harges moderate. mylSdf
-
M(Successor
ICH AELOI - A1%1 1 ,.
WHOLESALE DEALER Is
FOIWIGN BRANI4I."--i AND 1,1,/tAIRS
RECTIFYING DISTILLER,
151 Fifth street, between Wylie and Ros. streets,
door nhove Wylie street, keeps constantly on hand a
Arge ,tock of Uld Monongahela Rye and I,onhle
tied Whisky. lioine•tie undallartieles
usually kept in the bu,,incs, jet
Fl"s`l* PREMIUM AWAR.DED
STATE FAIR TO
GRAFF ,Ek. CO.
Fort TI! E 111.:$•r
IC) ll 7"
the Im.t ff.anot,ir est Wood rook
hest Lraindry Store, Al, on hand,
n large n+surlivt•rnf of Ideating Store.. Plana and Fancy
Front, Feners. Sad and •Sugar
flea, Test KeittleA, Wacon Flolroa-Wnre, .to.
6RAPF .t CO., N.. 21. liberty :iireet,
1.2 At tho heal of Wood street.
AMERICAN IRON WORKS.
JONES &LA 1r Et,
Man ithieturvxs of
IRON AND NAILS,
JUNIATA AND COMMON SHEET IRON,
Lauth's Patent Shafting, Piston Rods, I'latesAt
S4'.i It }i ii O L'.~ t::~
titS Water Street, and 132 Finn Street,
.PITTSBURCH,
And enrner of Franklin and W
lurl7.ly
rERRA COTT OR
STONE WATER PIPES,
FRI))1 TWo TO SIX iSCII CALIBRE
Prices from Twelve to Thlirt y Cis. per Foot
ROCHESTER PEARL STARCH,
For ,I, Whol•—; t .. . !, t pr,
HENRY H. COLLINS,
FORIVAIIDINO AND COMMISSION 311:1ICILINT,
CHEESE, nirTTEit, SEElli, FISH,
AND (iENEUILI.I'.
No. 25 Wool) ST., PITT: U 1
U. R. ROGERS h t'o.,
MA N FArTU R F.P.S
ROGERS' IMPROVED PATENT
r ..;
I;1:, 11%,
LOGAN & GREGG,
H A fl W A I? E,
No. 52 Wood SE rect.
1 •.r. ~.. 1.:.t,-..f I.:u„-:.,t.-r
GEO. S. BRYAN & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
1111' ill. I' .11
IRON. BLOOMS, S.C.,
\o. 52 AI
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11.. n ,imon Ortit-ron.
in•li). r
I'llE F;h'I'ERPRISI:
INSUIIAN(': CO
OF
I St: \l\l!' I!>..'. ITIZ ITO!. \ 111 , ,
I.y rir.• otl 1:1111.111c:-. Ac.
rY..,..,mthlt.
1 ,11,1,-,,,-- P.11..t01itm.15t.4rn1V.111:.1111\04...,f Ctn.
14."1.'/' k. s. C.
11, to, V, I t.
..f Str,cirt 11. Hr., II Brown
It. .% FA (•,.; ,t 4 .lr ew
cu•ti..l Errto,or. of IVood s Errln,!er.
F. 11.1Tr.11F4 /1-CD ST.llnt.
.11.)111.E1 NV.
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l'lll,lttl7,drnr...l
ThonLA, M.
A. \Vd,on.
It W. , . Ltvoig,ton. 1'..1.1.int1 : C.,.
%Vim Co.
S. BIti:US
it. c. sJ. 111. SAWYER,
11=1
LARD OIL, CANDLES,
Palm, Toilet and Rosin Soaps,
No. •17 Wood Street, Pillistotrgh, I'o
MEE=
EIT-T 1, , G• ;36 :1_,131.-N.T
Manufacturers of every description of
FURNITURE,
0..15 SMITIIIIFLA) EEl'.
PITTSBURCHI, PA
A full ast , ortment of PITTSBERf: 11 Md NUFACTLR
Lit FURNITURE. constantly on hand, ‘thich are tvii
sell at the lowest pelvis for cash. ai,itil V
NOBLE, BROWN & CO.,
125 and 127 Duane Street,
NEW YORK,
IMPORTER:I of
English, Irish and Scotch Linens,
White Linens of all qualities,
Blay Linen,
Blouse Linens,
Brown, Play and Blttc.l, and White Holland,
Farmers' Dona,
Farmers'
Padding Canvasses.
Raven's Duck,
Carpets,
Burlapo, all widths and qualities.
Sold by the package. on most favorable terms. "tml.2
THE ATTENTION OF MEN 01 , ' Ail.) DE
RATE MEANS is called to the offer for sale of
holy of the most eligible
BUILDING LOTS
in the Second Ward, Allegheny City. The priers are
suited to the hard Miles, and time will be given to suit
all purchasers. For itarticulars inqUlro of
ALEXANDER HAYS. Surveyor,
Corner East Common and Water street.
non Allegheny City
MADAME APOLLINE TETEDDIA ;
- ROARDING AN 1). DA 1' SCHOOL FOR
LAD! ES. N0.14S Mon nrtErr. Pittsburgh.
Thiii School offer, to young ladies. Lei.iides a full Eng
lish course, unusual facilities to aequire the French
Lan
cuage and Literature, the Principal, an American born,
Koval' resided several years in F ranee, and brine ass r ,4.
ed by Mr. Tetedetri, a native of Pall?, and gra‘rurite of
the .4 College Charlemagne."
The second annual sciailou is ill open on Monday, the
12th of Septeintier.
Vriee of tuition by the term, $25; French and Latin
taught without extra charge.
No pupils received under ten years of age.
For circulars, &c, apply at Mr. Mellor's and Mr. Davi
min's stores, or at the residence of Madame Tetedoux.
augaitsepW
PRUNES. -5 eases in glass jars ;
3 do in fancy boxes;
D casks Turkish;
50 kegs for Cooking.
Just received and for rude by
REYD.MR & ANDERSON,
No. 39 Wood street,
mylB. OPPointa St, Charles HotaL
PRESCOTT'S HISTORICAL WORKS.-
The Conque.st of Mexico; 3 vols.
,The Conquest of Peru; 2 vols. •
Ferdinand and Isabella; 3 vols.
Phillip the Second; 3 vols. -
Charles the Fifth; 3 vols.
Biographical and Critical Miscellanies; 1 vol. ,
IY 7 KAY k, CO., 55 Wood street.
SEWING MACHINES
BEAT;TY,
AND CAPACITY TO
NO OTHER MACHINE CAN COM
PARE WITH SINGER'S
New and Improved Machines,
SEWING MACHINE ~COMPANY
-
Pittsburgh Ageocy, No. 16i garket St.. .
flaying greatly increased their facilities for manufactur
ing their Crarverra Faarrtr MAMMIES, with all the recent
11 pruvimit,utA have reduced their priees,-and offer for
S3l‘. 3
NEW STYLE MACHINE.
Price, $5O--hemmer, S 5 Extra.
It is no longer questioned that these Machines are the
tare[ in use tOr family sewing.. They
HEM, FELL, GATHER AND STITCH
In the most superior manner, and are the only machines
in the market .that are so well and simply made, that
may ay I ar sent into faminstructions
than
with no other
than are contained in u cirular which accompanies each
machine, and from which
A CHILD OF TEN YEARS
May readily learn how to use, and keep them in order.
They make upwards of
PIFTEEN HUNDRED STITCHM A MINUTE,
And will do the sewing of a family cheaper than a seam
,tress eon du it, even if cite works at the rate of
~,,
ONE CENT AN HOUR.
1. ilicre a husband, father, or brother in the United
Euite, who till permit the drudgery of hand sewing in
h.. family, wiwn a Grover- A Baker Machine will de it
tn•tt.•r. mm, expeditiously, and cheaper than can pos.si
bl) Le thaw by halal..
_
Cs Selst for t Circular. 9E4
The first place in public estimatir•n is now justly an ,
eor,lrsi to the Grover di lit Ker Machine, for family sew
'mg. for the following reasons:—.lst. It is more simple
el enstly kept in order than any other Machine. 201.
It malice ;,,cant tilit4l will not rip or ravel,though every
hurl stitch is cut. 3.1. It sews from two Ordinary spools,
and thus all trouble of winding thread is avoided, while
the same machine can be adapted at pleasure,lty A mere
ehain,.• of spools. to all varieties of work.. 4th. The same
machine runs silk, linen thread, common spool cotton,
with equal facility. sth. Tho seam is as elastic as the
most elastic fabric, so that it is free trom all - liability to
break in washing. ironing, or otherwise. Oth. The stitch
lint& by this machine is more beautifol than any other,
tienle either be Muni or machine.
()PINIONS OF THE PRESSr
The !vest patent now m 119e.—{Easton Whig.
sum la high in the estimation of al&—[ErieConstitution.
It it that it hi recommended—U.lMß Democrat.
It int. no supenor--[Ashtabula Telegraph.
.1 hini.chold nenessity--(Bautria Herald.
iver A baker's bi , inrivalletl—fßockport:Advertiser.
Meets the wants of the housewite—{Auburn Ch. Advo.
:t noce,sity in the family-4 - Southern Inventor.
The and best in use—{Baldwinsville Gazette.
They are the best m use—{Waterford Sentinel.
Th.• lest manufactured—!Pittston Journal.
Worthy of public patronage—persey Shore Repub.
hirer r A Baker have the best improvements—Mum.
Journal.
N.: to get out of order—{Westehester Jell.
Tni• tno, oonvenient in xii.ie—{Chieage - Netirs Letter.
more advantages than any other--(Nash
All arta•le- am made with it with ear; Hastud's Gas.
Li,iteirt the labor of those at home-{Ploughman.
A lilt of ten year, old mar use it-{Farmer and Vie
Win do rn,t beautiful seeing- t : llentown Dem.
sea, >al4, linen, or cotton thread-{Pitt_s. Advocate.
1- more• .imple than any other-{Cleveland Reporter.
Idorit. a iiinee in erect fannly-[Abingdon Democrat.
Se. -i R yard a ininute: l -ICleveland Leader.
Th.. 1..-! in ii , e for families-gablicial Recorder.
It makes a fine, ,trong seam-{La rte Union. '
NATHAN WHITING. Agent, ,
dori N 0.107 Market street.
=MIDI
tr . "
Ott ,
.1. 7 y SEWING
iJ t'AVlr,n MACHINES
r • _
.;
Have 416 .- ed the confidence
of nil w ousethem,and have
proved one of the most villa-
C inventions of the age.
They use a Shuttle, making
the Look Smell on I,otli sides of the cloth alike, which
e mi.; to unravelled or pulled out.
The- are all snote with the highest mechanical skill,
at. I an warranted to work well on all kinds of goods.
Irmo do. Li.iltd-st Fadrie to Heavy Leather. In particu
-1,. a.. would °all the att,llllon.l all to Our new Family
Maelont.. It 1,11.4 been manufactured expressly
ior Faintly l'se and has met with favor from aIL It is
l'A
as to render it almoist impossible [Algot out
I r dermnge its operations: Indeed it is so sim
)it :11-td that so small a picee of mechan
ism will
cicc a description of the different styles of
10. Wccd Patent.
- .
No. I. I. a very convenient stTle, which can be
wor;,rd by hand or nort, on or off its own table. For
convicnenoe of ahipping, and adso for large manufacto
rn•,. where it b. neees,ary to place, a munber of Machine,
tat„ a lone bench, makirc one table answer for them
all. Prier,
No. 2. Wale= or 3.1 - alioganc Talde, citberwith
or wttlicut Pox. Top, wltich locks down. Price, $lOO
arid filo,
No. 3. Same s.ize as No. 2, but runs with a belt, and
at a nuadi rate of speed. This kind is well
tt.laptil to matittlieturing Clothing or Leather work.
This reolly the cheapest Machine in the market, as
there , no work done on a Sewing Machine that it will
not do. It is emititlently ravened that this Machine
runs o- r than any inaelitne now in ego. Price, SIOO.O.
4. This machine has a long arm, to &coon:woo
d:Ito farce nark. It runs at a high rate of speed, inns
.• and is, without dOaht. the best Machine for 'rail
•, eo,d- otlerc,i to the public. It is also peculiarly
titosl f w plantation work. as it is very simple yet sub
=tangs: and durable, with but little lUttility to get out of
order, P.tM2O.
No. 5. 'lli, i n. new and cheaper style, And a gen'
mJ t,,vorite for Fantilv. Light Leather. and a great
varo•:y of work. It has . lssul gotten up with reference
n. thrtiv-hing a strong and durable, yet light and tasty
Ma:•htne, at n loss price than either of the above. It
runt very osy. rapidly, and is pronounced the best
ina.•hatenew al fur .st3o.
No. G. Tiii4 is a Machine got up on an entirely new
maciple, diderent from anything ever before o?ferad
tot public, :1111i confidently assert that for farmly
use it ?las not an equal. It is very Wit and tasty, runs
very is almost in its operation, and
ii-es a .trilght neeql4. It is f4O arranged as to tie
is t orly intltto.stl,lo to lois:: stitches. It has a tension on
ti; sides. :;•4‘.1 earries a large supply of thread on the
inolyr spool. The motions are gained by two small
-ranks that run N 1 Winn( perceptible noise. The two
ih roads are a orkod itt'such ll111:112:101 - 11-9 never to both
pull at the same consequently little liable to
The scam is very elastic. and the thread does
L., ak in washinz. It trill do coarse work better
;Lan at r crtcloho now iu Twirl:et, n it uses silk , cotton
or I. moo unit equal facility. Price, SW.
I .oson pt ire circulars furnished g ratis..
°PIM 47: BROADWAY. , It YORK.
WHITNEY S. 14XCIN, Proprietors.
46- A ents wanted. my7t2milaw
•
AACIAIa,
Wmul to t
ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY
OF HARTFORD.
T 1:1'( )I:.\ 1819; CHARTER PER-
I_ P ETCA, L.
Cash Capital, - - $1,000,000.
z , .nrplus, July 1, ISSO , Z.,1,0;30,..1•23 SO. Losses adjusted
paid c..e. ,5.12,i.au1.000. Property insured against
DANOER 141 - FIRE, OR THE PER.ILS,OF DiLAND
NAVIOATION it as lits , ral rates and rule.S as solvency
and fair profit will pi.innit.
A. A. CARRIER & BRO, Agents,
W. H. EDIE, Surveyor.
No. ad Fourth street, Pittsburgh, Pa
M'GINLEVS ICE CREAM, SALOON
AND CONFECTIONERY,
No. 27 1-2 "Fifth St., opposite the Exchange Bink.
M'GINLEY, AT HIS SPACIOUS
111 and elegantly arranged rooms, lopated as above
IF prepared to furnish all the Luxuries of the Season in
his line. Delicious
lee Cream, Fruits, Fresh Nes, Cakes of
all kinds,
And every description of Confectionery ; all of the best
material 'it'dl be served to order, day and evening.
Orders for pardespromptly tilled. Call and tag
for yourself.
MARBLE! MARBLR!!
Jou[N MI'CARGO
/IAS A nr.AlMint tildaerlo.l al..
MONUMENTS, GRAVE STONES,
Enclosures, Posts, &c., &c.,
The public are respectfully invited to examine
our stock. Prices low, and work warranted.
jyrd:yis NO. SSG LIBERTY STRE:iT..
FURNITURE- FOR C-LSIL—A full as
sortment of Pittsburgh manntlictured FURNI-
TURE, embracing
BUREAUX",
BOOR. CASES,
WARD ROBES,
And every article needed inn well furnished dwellpg,
as well as a splendid assortment of
OFFICE FU_E.NI T LIRE,
Constantly on hand and made to order. As the only
terms on which business is done at this establish eta is
for CASH, pricesare made amordingly. Pe -• , inivant
of anything in the above line, would be t • ant‘d by
calling at FACKLNER IRWIN
No. 103 Smithfield field
• • et, below Rith.
J. D. Facsran,
Joas Df. Imam mrZi•ly
B'
tRY'S TRIC' •lIEROIJS.-This
tin
recalled prepare... n has stood the test offonguse,
and situ stands at e head of the numerous prepare
lions for the hai A large supply just received, and for
side by L. WILCOX,
jr27 . cur. Smithfle • dFo • • eta
BONNET, • FULLE • : AND
8 . 01401 Spud, for sale by
W. S. HAVEN, Stationer, '
apl3 corner of Market and Second sheets. .:
*wing fflatitilts.
SINGEM.'S
N POINT oF
DURABILITY,
PERFECTION OF WORK
PERFORM EVERY
VARIETY OF SEWING,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, AT
R. STRA rs :32 Market street.
The Grover & Baker
WEED'S
P.A.TP,NT
111 STATE AUTTIORITY
~Ced~ral."' _,.~
THE COItALITE AND " PORCELAIN
TEETH have now been extensively leafed by the
citizens of Pittsburgh,. and the verdict in their favor is
unanimous. Many have laid aside teeth _mounted on
Gold plate to avail them,eires *of the improvement
embraced in these new and Leaubthlirtylea of Dentistry.
Their superiority consists mainly in their perfect
.adaP'
tenon to the mouth—their perfect cleanntiMuh lesing
without crack or crevice for food to find lodgment, and
made of a material on which the juices of the mouth
cannot act; they are free from all metallic taste i .corr o
sion or tarnish and do not effect the breath, which Ls a
great desideratum, 1.9 all who wear Gold, Silver, Plati
num or other Metallic Plate, can testify.. : •
They also combine great strength with hgtitness, coin
fort and elegance—ilea with their close resemblance to
natural teeth render them the most desirable substi
tutes for those organs ever offered. An examination
will fully confirm a that has beet itsaid ntheir praise,
N. STEBBINS, D, Dentist, 191 Patin street.
N. B. Teeth drawn by the painless process. jelectlaW
PROF. WOODS'
RESTORATI. v i .
UNRIVALLED IN MARKET,
WITH IMMENSE
Honie and- ForeignDeiniatd.
IF YOUR HAIR IS GRAY,
IF YOUR HAIR IS THIN,
OR IF YOU ARE BALD, -
IT WILL RESTORE IT.
IF YOU HAVE DANDRUFF,
IF YOU HAVE SCALD HEAD,
IF YOU HAVE NERVOUS HEADACHE,
IT WILL CURE THEM.
TO PRESERVE THE COLOR, •
TO PREVENT ITS FALLING,
TO MAKE THE HAIR GLGSSY,
USE WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE
SOLD BY 0. J. WOOD .4 CO.,
IM MARKET STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO,
PATENT MEDICINE DEALERS, AND
DRUGGISTS, IN CITY AND COUNTRY.
Sold by Dr.
CO
No. MO Wood street,
and S. L. FALINESTOCK & CO, No. 60, corner Wood
and Fourth streets,- and by all good Druggists general l2 ,'
je .P.lnthor
QIIFFER NOT.-DES. GOLDSMITH 3:
No. - 42 Sixth' street, Pittsbnh, Penn's, still
continues to be consulted on all diseasesof a PRIVATE
or DELICATE NATURE.- From a long course of study
and practical experience of unlimited extent, Drs. O. w
Co. have the gratification of presenting the unfortunate
with remedies that have never failed to cure the most
alarming case of Gonorrhea and Syphilis.' Beneath his
treatment, all the horrors of Venereal and Impure Blood,
Scrofula, Ulcers,
Pain and Distress, or Inflammation of
the Bladder and Kidneys, Abscesses, Ifumors,,Frightfut
Swelling and the long train. of horrible% symptoms at
tending this class of diseases, are made to become as
harmless as the simplest fillings of a child.
SEMINAL WEAKNPssi—Dra. G. it Co. devotes much
of their attention to the treatment of those cases caused
by a secret and solitary habit. which ruins the body and
mind,unfitting the unfortunate individual for either
busi
ness or society. Soine of the sad and melancholy effects
produced by these early habits oryouth arc, Weakness
of the back andlimbs, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspep
sia, Nervousness, derangement of the Digestive func--
tions, symptoms of Consumption. - itc, etc. The fearful
effects on the mind are much to be dreaded, viz: Loss
of memory, confusion of ideas, depression of spirits,
evil forebodinga,avemion 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; Ague and Fever 'cured, and war
ranted. All letteM containing a fee, addressed to Dra.
GOLDSMITH A -- CO, Pittsburgh, Penn's, will meet with
prompt attention, and medicines forwarded, secure from
observation, and a 'cure guaranteed: The strictest se
cresy observed in all cases.
•
*s. Don't forget the place, N 0.42 Sixth street, Pitts
burgh, Pa. a. 191 • d&w
EYE AND EAR
DISPENSARY.
. Office fl 5 Main street, (2d door, up atm rs,)Buffalo, 1i: P.
ISTABLISHED BY THE , CELEBRA
TED DR. JOHNSON, late of London, England.
A great discovery in the science of medicines, bein
a certain and speedy cure for restoring the sight and
removing all diseases peculiar to the eye. This is uni
versally acknowledged the only safe and sure YeMedy
now known. It has been used with great success by the
most skillful physieuins in Europe and America.
Patients in any part.of the country can. treat them
selves successfully- at a moderato expense, thereby
avoiding the danger and expense of tilling into the
hands of unskillful physicians. Th medicine (sufficient
to cure.) will be sent by mail or express, with all neces
sary directions, on receipt of Ten Dollars.
Dr. Johnson's Certain not In fnildlle Cure for Deafness and
Singing Noir. in thi Ears. Nerroud Head
and Mind Complaints,
Affording instant relief to sufferers who hese been trou
bled with deafness for many years. After using this
remedy a few days the patient is suddenly and almost
miraculously enabled to hear-ordinary toned conversa
tion; in the course of a few weeks the most obstinate
case of deafness is effectually cured. •
Patients too numerous to mention have been restored
to perfect hearing, and forever rescued from the snares
of the numerous dangerous unquabfied 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 personshave
been cured. and rnany hundreds of private patientacu red
can he seen or referred to. A case of this medicine,
(enough to effect a cure.) will be forwarded to any part
of the country for Fifteen Dollars. Address
DR. JOHNSON, Drawer 404.
C trice 95 Main St., Bulftdo, N. Y.
je:;:lyrdcw
I • I 1 I ine,ss Secured.
THE CONCENTRATED CURE,
THE CONCENTRATED CURE,
A 'POWERFUL REMEDY,
A POITERFUL REMEDY,
FOR WEAKNESS,
FOR WEAKNESS,
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION,
FOR EARLY - INDISCRETION,
TRY IT! TRY IT!
TRY IT! TRY IT!
VOUNG MEN WHO ARE SUFFERING
_IL from the effects of youthful indiscretion, cut be
surely and permanently restored by using the .
CONCENTRATED CURE
A. Ca T 3 A V I T AB,
A Remedy of Great and Certain Power.o,
This remedy is put up in small riots, and can be sent
by mail to any address. A trial will satisfy. Use it for
a week, and you will experience a great benefit. A cir
cular containing full particulars, sent- (free) on applica
tion. Price per bottle $l.OO.
One bottle will lost a month.
N. B.—This remedy is suitable for either sex. Ad
dress K. CRUGER, Medical Agent,
jytnnv 742 Broadway. New York.
PRIVATE DISEASES.--DR: BROWN'S
3IEDICAL and SURGICAL Office, No. 60
gttlTH
field street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Dr. BROWN is an old citizen of Pittsburgh, and - bas
been in Practice for the last twenty-five years, His busi
ness has been confined mostly to Private and Surgical
Diseases.
CITIZENS AND STRANGERS
is wed of a medical friend, should not fail to' find out
the sure place of relief. The Doctor is a regular gredu
ate, and his experience in the treatment of a certain class
of diseases is a sure guarantee to the sufferers of obtain
i❑g permanent relief, by the use of his remedies and
following his advice.
_ .
DR. BROWN'S REMEDIES
never fail to cure the worst form of Venereal Diseases,
Impurities and ScrofulorosAffection.s. Also, all diseases
arising . (tom a hereditary taint, which manifests itself
in the form of a tetter, psoriasis, and a grestmany forma
of skin diseases, the origin of which the patient is en
tirely ignorant. To ptirsons so afflicted, Dr. Brown offera
hopes of a cure and speedy recovery.
SEMINAL WE 1 1 Chall*S. •
Dr. Prown's remedies for this alarming trouble;
brough ton often by that solitary habit of sensual grati
fication, which the young and weakminded often
. give
way to, (to their own destruction,) are the only tellable
remedies known in ,this country-they are safe, and
make a speedy restoration of health.
RHEUMATISM.
Dr. Brown's remedies never fail to cure this painful
disease in n feta days—he .will warrant a cure. He also
treats Ales, Gleet, Gonnorrluea, Stricture, Uretlial Dis
charges, Female Weakness.3lonthly Suppressions, Dis
eases of the Joints; Fistula in tile, liervotia Affections,
Pains in the Back and' ahliteys, Irritation of the Blad
der, together with all diseases of an impure origin.
A letter describing the symptoms, containing a
directed to DR; BROWN, No. fie Smithfield street, Pitts
burgh, Ps., will be Immediately answered. Medicine
sent to any address, safely packed and secure from ob
servation.
Office and Private Rooms, No. 50 Smithfield - stzee
Pittabargb, .33'27
Second Arrival 1859.
OF
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
AT THE •
FOURTH STREET CARPET STORE,
PITT4BURGII,
liNr D. d: McCALLUM RESPECT
. FULLY announce that they are receiving a
~etvad supply of CARPETING, selected directly from
the Importers and Manufacturers, by one of the ann.
now in the East, to, Which they invite the attentionief
purchasers. Also, a new style of CANTON, MATTING , ' .
for Bummer Parlors. The latest' make of CARPET
SWEEPERS, etc' D ~etc which shall be offered at the
lowest rates . eaf ' W. D. .d EL.S4CALLIT3f.
THE IRIMOBARE.
A COLLECTION 0"1 4 CATHOLIC MUSIC,
A
containing six Masses, a short Requiem Meal, Ves
pers, an g d t ;rtye of miscellaneous pieces, euitsole for
morningevenung service; with accompaniments for
organ melodeon ! by AnthonyelVemer, Organist, and
Director or the Choir of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross,
)3t3ston. Th. “lifettrofare " is published in one large
gnarl* volume, of 272 Inges, well bound, and sold at the
low price 0fV.,50 per copy. A liberal reduction made to
churches. Far sale by JOHN H. htELLOR,
81 Wood street-
S. GRAY & SON.,
D.RAPIERS AND TAILORS,
No. 52 St. Clair street,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
NO. 5T COLWELL STREET FOR SALE.
—A brick dwelling, of ball, els rooms, bath mcna,
cellar arid attic; shasialzeras and shrubbery. Lot=ii3t
trpatigy.Bll dee. pg very pluituat location, all th_ good cc .
der. Price 14200. Sams ea
ang4. & KIN, Market M.
sy.
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