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JAMES P. BARR,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
Tcs
ca:—Daily, Five Dollars per year, strictly in ad
Vance. Weekly, Single subseriptiotus Two Dol.
kin 'per year; in Clubs of five, One Dollar.
LOCAL AFFAIRS.
Departure and Arrival of Passenger
Trains.
Pittsburgh, Flirt Wayne and Chicago Railroad.
" (From corner of Liberty and Grunt streets, Pittsburgh.
Loavo Pittsburgh. Crestline. FL Wayne
Express Train .........121.i A. 3d. 6:56 A. 111. 1:01 P. 31
s Mail Train., 6:50 A. M.
Express Train 12:50 P. 31. 8:45 P. 31
Arrive at Chicago:
8,47 P. 31. I Express,..- ......... 8,17 A. AI
Returning, a rive et Pittsburgh:
Mail, 8:25 P.M. I Extu-,,,,:1:30 P. M. I Express, 220 A. 31
(From Federal Street Station, Allegheny.)
New Brighton Accommodation.. 0:30 A. M. 53.31 P. M
6:05 A. 31. 12:10 P. 31
Forawylcania Railroad.
(From corner Or Liberty and Grata streets.) •
Leaves. Arri
Express Train 8:50 P. M. 1245 P.ves.
M.
2:50 A. M. 11:50 P. 31.
Past Line 4:20 P. 111. 12:1.81 A. 31.
The Johnstown Way Passenger
Train 6:00 A. M. 1:10 P. M.
Johnstown .Accommodation_.._ 2:50 P. 81. 115)0 A. 31.
F:rst Turtle Creek " -....10:40 A. Al. 6:50 A. 51
Sanoad " 0 _.... 4:30 P. M. 12:30 A. 31.
Third " " ee 112.5.1 P. 'M. 6:15 P. 51
Pittsburgh and Oninribtrille Railroad.
(From Liberty and Grant streeLs.)
Leaves. Arrives.
Mail Train 7:OU A. M. 6:15 P. 31
Express Train 4:30 P. 31. 8:45 A. 31
acrtland and Pitt,burgh Railroad.
(Prom corner of Liberty and Grant streets.)
Leaves. Arrives.
Express Train 12.15 A. M. 2.4 U A. 31.
Mail Train 6.25 A. 31. 4.00 P. 31.
Fast Line 1.05 1'..11. 8.30 P. 31.
Wsllewille Accommodation. 5.00 P. 31. 11.00 A. 31.
Pittsburgh, Cdluilibuß and Cincinnati Tinilroad.
(From Liberty and Grant streets.)
Leaves Pitts. Columbus. Arr. in Cis.
Fast Line 12.15 A. 3,1. S.OO A. M. 11.30 A. 31
Express Tram.. 1.05 P. 31. 1.30 A. M. 7.30 A. 111
The article in the Chronicle, of Saturday,
headed '"Danger Ahead," is decidedly refresh
ing this warm weather. It really seems as if
the writer was in the interest of the Hand
Street Bridge Company, when he cautions the
public against traveling by the ferries which
ply across the Allegheny, certainly a great con
venience. The charges made against the en
terprising gentlemen who own them are utter
ly groundless; the boats are not old and rick
ety, but in good order; nor do they carry the
highest possible head of steam—they have been
duly inspected—they are allowed to carry a
certain weight—and they carry nu more. If
they , -hould, the remedy is in the hands of any
citizen, and just so soon as they do are the
owners liable, under the same laws which reg
ulate steamboats. It is a patent fact that, more
especially in seasons of high water, the collis
ions mentioned are unavoidable, which is de
monstrated in the fact that they have occurred
between boats of the same line, where there
reuld be no rivalry. As fur the language
cbtirged, vr.a know the gentlemen who run
'these. bbats too well to believe that they would
either use, or permit, on their boats, tiny such
language as is charged. To our mind, the ar
ticle was uncalled for and unfair. The charges
might be made with equal fairness against the.
Hand Street, Monongahela, or Birmingham
Bridge Companies, or any of oar railroad
companies; but in all cases the public are able
to judge of the force of these groundless croak
lags.
UNFOUNDED.-It will be remembered that
on the ilst day of July last a man named S.
W. Younkin was arrested in this city on a tel
egraphic despatch from Memphis, charging
him with being a fugitive from justice, and
that on the following day he was released upon
a halms cm-17,i, there being no specific charge
Cgainst bins. It is his right that his character
here should be cleared up by the publication
of the following card, from the gentleman at
whose instance he was arrested :
..NlnmPuts. August 15, 12459.
To the Editor of the Evening A
think:it due to Mr. S. 'iv. Younkin
that I should make it publicly known that I
have conclusive proof that lie has done me no
injustice, and that the charges I brought against
him have been fully cleared up. Mr. Younkin
does 'knew, and I fully believe will say, that I
had just reasons for believing that ho had
wronged rue, being misled by parties who
wished to conceal their own crimes. I also
announce to the public that I believe that Mr.
Younkin: whatever he may have done beforfi
{}is connection with n i e, his intentions and
actions while with nie were honorable, and
that he is entitled to the confidence of the pub
lic. Respectfully,
N. D., WETMORE, J
PETERSON'S EDITION or TINE Ws.-
VERLEY Novm.s.—We have, as each number
of this really valuable series of novels has
made its appearance, noted its publication in
our column, and recommended all who desired
41 , 0 , tg pnrchnse as the umbers came (mt.
large edition was sold in this city, hut still the
demand is not fully supplied, and there are
those who wish a full set now. We presume
such is the fact elsewhere, and to accommodate
those persons, the publishers, Mews. T. B. Pe
terson & Bros., are now prepared to supply this
edition of Scott's Novels, in five large octavo
volumes, bound in cloth and illustrated, at the
very low price of six dollars per set. In this
oge of cheap publications, nothing is surpris
ing„ hut i really seems to us as though this ex
reufelY low figure vonld, scarcely cover the
cost of paper and printing, and we cannot see
where the margin is for profit. At double the
cost the edition would bo cheap, and we see no
excuse for the public to indulge in the trash
which floods the market, when the best novels
in the English language, embracing a library
of thirty choice fictions, can be bad for six dol
lars. The enterprise of the Messrs. Peterson
in bringing the volumes within the reach of
the great mass of the people is deserving of
success, and should be amply rewarded.
•'-this.4rm propose to issue 'ale (itailplae works
of Merles Dickens, in the same style, in twenty
eight volumes, weekly issues, commencing Au
gust 27th. The series will embrace about Eve
thousand pages of choice reading matter, and
will bo furnished at twenty-five cents a number,
or five dollars for the set.
CROSS SUITS.-WO noticed on Saturday the
arrest and tine of Oliver Brooks for disorderly
I .Gnei.,t in entering .11. rs. Leslietsa house; on
TOnnel street, demanding money, &c. Wm.
Patch was informed against at the same time,
but could not be found. He went from the
house to Alderman Rogers' office and made in
formation against Mrs. Leslie and her nymphs,
several of whom were arrested and fined five
dollars each and costs. Patch; learning that
he had been sued at the Mayor's office, °tiered
to compromise by withdrawing the suit, on
Condition that Mrs. Leslie would do the same.
She refused, and on Siiturday afternoon Patch
was arrested and fined five dollars and costs
by Mayor Weaver.
DIED ALONE.—A maiden lady named Flor
ence Lung, about !illy years of age, has, for
ooi so time, resided in a small house in Oaldwin
toWnshrp, alone. On Friday, a distant reht
five (she had no near ones), sent her boy up 6,
enquire after her'health, who, on entering the
house, found her dead. She had evidently boon
dyad for some days, and none Of the neighbors
fernerhbered . to 'have seen her since Monday,
when she was in her usual health. Coroner
gestwick was called upon, held an inquest, and
the jury returned a verdict of death from the
visitation of God.
ACCIDENT ON TUE CLEVELAND AND PlTTS
mcnnn RAILROAD.—On Thursday evening, the
down freight train on the Cleveland and Pitts
burgh Railroad broke through a bridge at
Summittville, eighty-one miles below Cleve
land, and precipitated nine cars a distance of
twenty-five feet into the creek. The brake
mnn- was slightly bruised, bit no one also Was
siljurea.. The cars Were laden with cross ties,
one of which became displaced, and severed
one of the cords of the bridge.
A Lirri.r. son of Mr. M'Closkey, of Two
Mile Run, about eight years old, was drowned
in the Monongahela river, on Friday, while
bathing. Coroner Bostwick held an inquest
on Friday evening, and the jury returned a
verdict of accidental drowning,
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The Olympics in Cincinnati.
The great cricket match between the Olym
pic Club of this city and the the Union of Cin
cinnati, eleven on a side, commenced at the
grounds of the latter, on Walnut hills, four
miles from Cincinnati, at noon on Thursday
last. The Olympics won the toss and =rat
Cincinnati to the wickets. Each club played
one inning, with the following result:
UNION.
J. ILlttCrSll,y 1111 h.
31e( 'Are ty
W. H. Cootidp• 1.. 314 'abr. 3
1). Bnlken,litre h. M't 'abe 0
W. M. Bradshaw run nut h
S. Harvey h. chambers... s
I'. 11. Wheeldnn h. CIIIIIII
- II
A. Brat Ishaw 1.. Chamber., 7
T. IZOSCOV 11. Chambers... 0
S. Hattersley h;Ch.unh.•ra
.711. 'l'. wittiam,. b.
Cab,
N. W. West not out
liyeB
Log-byes.
Wide
The Cincinnati paper:
as to the result of Fri
match was to be decided
be ominously eomtruod
probable that the Olymp
on by the Union, for the
New Grove.
Who has not and of New Lin
den Grove. that bet - . actAif land in I hit:-
land, the nearest and most desirable locality for
private rosidences How much more do the
inhabitants enjoy their homes bivotid all others
in our neighborhood' It is nut at all stirpri—
ing, then, that this sh,ml,l become a favorite
spot, and most sought for by our citizens biz
private residences. It combines ull that can
make an abode there plemam The delightful
situation, the magnificent scenery, the laire air
that can be breathed unmixed with the
of the city, the clear :Ind fresh water, the fer
tile and luxuriant soil. the close proximity to
the city, and the Mill with which one can
to and fro, are some el the advantages whir h
give Oakland the preference over all other
places at equal distances from
_the city, and
where those, who can possibly do so, remove
with theit familieA. Oakland bid: fair to be
come in time the line,t suLart, cif l'ittAmrel, -
a second .• Camps Ely:., - of Paris—as- W t
End" of London.
Fortunately the lots in t /dl,land and the im
mediate heighborlduioil hare not yet all btu. u
sold, and litany of our readors will be pleated
to find in our advortosing columns to-day that
our esteemed follow-citizen, Mr. AV. I/. le, lie,
the owner of New l.iuden firove, iiii.l
portion of it out in lots tql , red 01 , 111 1..1"
Salt? it from three hundred 4, 01,0 th.,tl,,nd
(1011111', , each. neeiuding tin, !nay
desire. Lund, we think. hits never derore heel.
offored on moor..
tenth required in ca-h. and a credit
rear± liven for the but .—that i ore.
ninth must b, paid every year.
Those wile feel Llivinselvee id all ale ,
establish a holm-Amud i-lioultl nit let this iippor
tinnily pass, fL. ha ser and 111.1 , I . a\ terms
will perhaps never lre. Th, yearl\ pay
ment seareely reaelies the iiimenrit
paid fur rent—with the diiFerimee, thut idler
paying rent 1 r ten year: we are not in pto‘i-i
-sion of the property wheren,
at such easy terms ttai tin abocl• lota. we iir,
after ten years, the oxvnersof a freehold, which
at that thne will have at 1 , •ft , 1. nl nbled in 1110.
Another aulventage tin tinh locality will he tle•
passenger railroad to Ent Litierty, withal will
ere long he in operation.
.MAY 01 : •:. 51711 , A LI: \ - now
Flint; the Mayor had ti rofinta•r and rn
riots of taoies, which v,,ro titlao,al ~f o fo!
Alexander Stewart, found Ow hall
of a boarding hos., on :Mlith held street, Sat
urday night, and taken to the watch-house of
a wheelbarrow, was ,Clit to jail to sober oil'.
Harry hall, colored, had come from Wt.,le
ington with the military, but forg,,t to go bark.
On Saturday night he insulted two lad tn.; on
Liberty Ftr,,t, attempting to , nd:? one,
got frightened and ran. Watch Catlio ii ,
him to the watch-Louse, from whence
committed fer three day?.
'William Barry threw a stone at a buggy
passing along Pcnn4ylvania .1 venu,. unit ‘‘ a.
sent up seven days in , l , fault .i• . tine of lire
dollars and costs.
....,op
Patrick and :ten l_ a!,- A Itilip , tov,n, wcr,
vorntnittcd ten dap; niacin Wdrunlomness.
Patrick wanted his little girl, twelve rears old.
to go for whisky; she refused, and he abu-ed
her. The child Was taken by a gentletnan
who will keep her until her parents urn , libera
ted.
George :IFNilly, haying been backed
his " better half, - insisted en the night-watch
arresting him, that he might go to jail to spite
her Ile was accommodated, being sent up r. , r
three days
John eil w, t u found itrUtlk. in the Fifth
ward, by 'Lieutenant Logan, end taken home.
An hour afterwards he was itgaill found in the
streets and taken t,, the watch-how... Com
mitted twenty-four hours.
James Tiley and John Fitzpatrick, metal
weighers, quarreled about the division of the
money, and indulged in a free tight, both get
ting, their faces well battered. A line of tire
dollars and Costs was imposed upon each, whine
being unable to pay, they were sent up live
days in default.
6Mtmltaugn and .1 dm ar
rested on complaint of Wendell Kirc4, for
entering his yard and committing a nuisanee,
were comm . tted five days each.
John Boyle was found wandering hatless
about the street..., alleging that he had been
robbed of eighty d3llaN, and arrested. It
turned out that he had not lost his frlorWy.
Committed twenty four hours.
ELneTtoN.—At the annual election of the
Jackson Indeperalent glues, held at, their ar
mory :3atbrday et ening, August 20th, the fol
lowing non-commissioned officers were olected
for the ensuing your:
Sergeants—lst, Hamlet Lowe; 24, Moses T.
Scott; 3d, David flocknoldor; 40, th,rgo
Ptlugh.
Ensign—Andrew Way t
Corporals—Charles Jacobs, Andrew Denny,
John P. Leonard, Wm. D. Jon,:
EXcuastow. —Twelve members of the
Eclipse Barge Club fitted up their boat for a
week's cruise, sent a tent, ramp wagon, cook
and provisions aboard, and on Saturday after
noon started in their line barge, the Albatross,
on a fishing and hunting incursion up the Al
legheny. They quartered at Deer Creek Sat
urday night, and will to-day proceed L;p
tl
wards Kittanning. 11 e wish them a pleasant
sojourn; and all kind,' of good luck.
WORKMEN are employed in raising the brick
tower on the church of St.. Philomena, in the
Fifth ward , preparatory to putting up the con
templated spire, which will "bd'a great novelty,
the only one in America. Tho castings ere
now being made, and, the design being beauti
ful, this enique spire will add 'I
- Inv - 110 the ap
pearance of the church.
',UN ATI.' Aan EsTED. —A. female lunatic was
found wandering about the city by the night
watch, on Saturday evening. arrwted and
pivot] in the watch-house, to await the action
of the Board of (;inirdiftriS.
Jr will be seen by our advertising columns
that the Pittsburgh and Beaton Mining Com
pany h ave declared a dividend of four dollars
per /Mum, payable on the 2r.itti inst.
WY: Call tittootiott to the advertisement head
ed " Hour( Iv desirable, the
houaa well icept, fuel aI pp with all the re
quisitOli or a Ilr6t.eltv. hoarding liotlFO.
STan..mocas vihitlng our OW. will do well to
exiimitin the new Fiubte tlt , winK
J. L. Carnughan A Cob'p, Alhltiloi4y ; It
is an undoubted iniprovytnott,
THE navigation on tlit , Wddtd.f#,
thePennsylvanin canal id tgtniwialiiidfidp - Stid-- ,
ed for repairs on the Fr miotrti '9,14444:
THE sale at Mrs. liodkins,m,., ti,), 63 Mar
ket street, will bo continued this morning, at
ton o'clock.
=3=!!EMMI
CRAW,' PORD COUNTY.—On Sat(lrday is week,
Miss Barbara M'Kelyy, or Hayfield town
ship, aged forty years, committed suicide i t
hanging herself front a rafter in her room. sh e
had manifested symptoms of insanity.
WASIIINUTON Cowry. —The T en Mil,.
Regular Baptist Association will meet at
Mount Hermon Church, Winthington county,
Pa., on Saturday preceding the first Sabbath
in October next, at eleven ~*eloek A.
in
st•ad of Saturday preeeding the fourth Sab
bath in A ugm,t.
. .
T. It. Luorni. Itt.. wltt L.
.1. Huttersley
J. livroll run out
A. S. Ilattorml..y
.1. luturtunti I. .1. Ilatters-
Ivy
L. 1 , 1,111.21 d 1,. W.
slune
J. Fltt.le r. Wlteoldou h.
W. Itradslttlyv
1.11. 31Volfe b. J. lintt,r—
lov
I: 'um L. W. linna-
LAWRENVE CouNTY.-1. son ul Henry
Crocker, living on ale+Pulaski road, about two
miles front New Castle, had his kg broken on
Monday last under the following circumstanc
es : His parents were front borne, and the little
fellow, who is about six or eight years old.
thinking I, have a ride, mounted one of the
horses. The animal got into a gallop, 1 the
boy becoming alarmed, jumped or threw him
self off, and falling near the horse, the animal
stepped on his leg, and broke the 1,,n, b e l ow
the knee. At last accounts he was (dem: well.
.IEFFER,ON COUNTY.—On Friday last, while
workmen were engaged in laying a barn floor
for Jonas Pifer, Henderson township, Jeffer
son county. and while in the ant of turning one
or the Ae l wrs, a min mimed A. .1. Hniford,
was pushed off, and fell a distally., of sm.('
eight feet, killing hint almost instantly. The
deceased was a very respectable voting man,
about twenty-two years of age, and his sudden
death has cast a gloom over his acquaintances.
...
W. IL Rood not out
ItalllP , r• Mel h. II
Bradshaw
LIPI.I+Ir•
b B. IV. 11r.1411.%
Lev.-bVe
Total
of Saturday are silent
iday's piny, when the
1. This sileneu might
d. but it is more than
Me Club hits been beat
third time.
ATLANTIC 11tox - rui.r, for l .,, epternher. uut ,t
Smyth * ; now, , &put, thivis & udd
lowA' Building, Fifth street.
•
(Tv va
riety ,tyle find material. manufnideFed ..\•
prossly far us, and decidedly the
over ofroreti in this market. Gentlienen and
leirenb• will find it to their interest to eall at
out estaldi,hillent. cr,rnrr of Feilerarstreet and
the Diarnend. A114.0,ny city, puridies
ing elsewhere. A strict idler. nee t.. -sir
)rlur4e sales and -41,11 profit- bas giien
the rlnlll4. of \V. 11. M . (;-•4• A: , Sr, ,e t , odd,
pre-eminence a hick no 1.1 .11/f.“6"11 c hitherto
disterked.
BREWER, MALTSTEIL AND 1101' DEALER,
AVIN 1.1 0111.:N1lii 1:1:1:1V1 \li
I 1111 I. •
nit , rt :tolar I:rarl I . I
.1 ~N. FINE 11.. t VI FREI. lin IhII II I to ~p.„
t•xprt•••••1 i.•F Low), •: •
W• rt ,, l ..111) , 101,Tht!,:
rt)..<ll.- 1f. , ,r
3110.1. •11., I. I
•1.4.rate,1
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%NI , I'FIA)IPAGNE. 1 . 1)1t14.1: 114. N 1'
1 . 3 , kat:!•4 ,nt t.. Al!, pin I is. t•
31n . 1111•, kl.l. II liv i 1 ,, 1, •
1.121..11141 yvar4 =even:)
st,ll the , I.
r••hor .1
to
its ,tvl, tp.•
Ili. 0.-• of I'.
prepar.,l 'Lad I.y R I. 1 . 11 -
A 11 . 1)..1.• , :de 1 •rt.
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l't..l , urttit. mid tt h
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le 1V...31110,-.
&Or Tilt+ 1 , 11 , 110 ,kre r.•41,• - • 11 , :!ly lung,..! t., Vi,ll. Ifl ,
instltule.
Cort.Tß-R. M ENT%lst-. tii,7n
I tt-ri,•:, ;.•!!
sh ,, p on F.' , stlrth she, n• , :tr Markt.t,
unll be worn pny "enl
THE MANY RENIEDIE , 1 , 1:1 , !. I
Ih.• pthil, Gar th.• rut, t•t II .t•t:1-0. 1..,
10111.0, ii. 14,11, VOr or .toy ”ther
uroniig, from wouli l / 1 ,4 in lli, haul or iit•im.ti I:. I
J. Ili I
TER` , are far the cortain al oiteoi
I ,, rturnw 1 , 1114. re [11,10 ,,,
I,itl,q or ill, p , tverl.:. ). I
critt roll..( 11../..and."l" tr).EiLf
t.:.ve• I,•(t i • I/I 1/1.1.10 1,71. , W11 t. V
th,: ,lic ?wk% 4.•
S‘,l‘l 113 .11 Ana ‘1..“18 , r,
11,,sTErrEit
E IMU ENSIt PON'T.A It ITS I , Y TIT I.
or hair 11. , •,:. , re.r r,f .Itilcs HaLi,l, ha.
ert•Allqi f..r 00, hall rli
unttrn el.untry. rervons it: need t. ,ti
, ear. r:ro LrlaibiezleO ..; twooolol
grAy oolckly c10.0g,1 Iroo
their onvord color It 11'1111,1 ~.1 111, fine :t I.lll'll.
Salk] ,y 11. L. FALLNF.:I.. , ,TOCIi h. vornor of
irn.l Fourth greet..,
do. Lahorutory of Julo, HHIllf: Cal., No. 714 I.:l,rnut.
qtrer.t,
JOSEPH MEYER & SOX,
-.1
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS,
No. 421 Penn Street, above the Canal,
Have on hand a laree aattnrtment of Fancy and Platn
Furniture, in Walnut and Mahogany of their ,wo tr,,tnn
facture, and warranted equal In quality •a..j ttt) I. to m-,y
manufactured in the city, r 1,1 witl . at
prom fe2tl:tf
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
Flour, Grain, Bacon, Lard, Buller, Seca
Dried Fruit and Produce Generally,
CORNER O MARKET AND FIRNT STREETS,
Kum To—F. - ar...19 (.;.1. - IJuler, E. , -.i..lVllliArn Dilw6rlh,
:31.., h. Cuthbert H. Hon, Pittphirgh. noyd 1 t ott, ll,•igl:. , 11
A . , Sri mingen, S. Brady. Ca. , li. M. & M. Dank, !_.1,1 A
Howell, Maud e it Co., t;eorge W. Amhtr,on, lionbm,
Paxton A Co.,.Wit•.elints. tri y2 . l2i,if
rfill IT CLAY FUR GLA `••', )1.1 NU FAC
. TURERP-:
.-The,!itaqttlon of gla— tomf,t , tur.,- ,
queAtell to our Pot Clay. which 1,- a "urn, article.
2'014 l•an be ,ohl a shout one-half Iby pries, of I,,,rluau
(limy. Order, for any amount will be pommtly attended
to by CHADWICK n. SUS.
zutgl , Ni. 149 and VA Wood ,t.. Patsbnr,,ll.
DA N K ER'S CASES, AI( IN EY l',( n iliS,
JO Port Mortatel, Mentorandorn links and Pocket
Book::, for ,ale by W. S. HAVEN. Stationer.
my2o corner Market and Second ntreets.
PAcKE I) B urr EIC
35
I.Klrrebi good packed Putter,
10 1111 do do den,
. 10 kegs It do,
In store, and for male by MILLER A. RICK orst,N.
. arm Nn..2 - 21 And 2•23. Lil.nriv etrent.
CIENTS' — FURNISHING GOODS, ;In ele-
VI gent assoctrpent, EATON. CREE 0 C. t.,
ii- corner Fall: and Nlarlcot streets.
ICE.-15 tea prime Mee now binding,
and for sale by
-_._ .
ap`
-
StA)TOII ALE AND PORTER.—,
,r, casks Blood's Scotch Ale:
6 " Troznent's India Palo Ale;
" London Porter, in store, eud for
(app] MILLER & RICKEITHON.
ON CARSON convenient,
two-story dwelling. with pathsu in front, parlor,
piazza, dining room, etwinittiorit. kno w n, 4 4 . ; yard,
reor+and Klirtibbory. For Nilo by
1, 40 H. UV), &8( AI Mar Itrt !drool.,
• • :C.
IMMEMI
Items from Abroad
GEORGE W. SMITH
Strert, Plltlkbiargti
,ITEIiIOR I
WHEELING 1101" EL ED 11. Es,
r. N
Mr.nuf.wtarer, and l'reprietor,
n. Z,B Water, and Si Front strec,
JAMES A. FETZER,
Pli - NBUMIt
ILLER & RICK ETSON
IBM=
ON DAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1859.
TIM LATEST NEWS
BY TELEGRAPH.
Four Days Later from Europe
Arrival of the Steamer Hungarian
The Atlantic Telegraph Company
The Peace Conference
THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT
PORTO cu POINT (below Quebec!), August
20.—The steamship Hungarian has passed this
point, bound to Quebec, where she will be due
to-night. Her slates are to the hith inst., four
days later than previous ad vices.
The suly.wription to the new stock of the At
lantic Telegraph Company is progressing very
layorably. Among the long list of the takers
of the stock appear the names of Baring Broth
ers & Co.; George Peabody, of the firm of
George Peabody Co.; F. Huth & Co.; Sam
uel Gurney. of the firm of Overene, Gurney
& Co.; N. Rothschild S. Co.; hiankey & CO.;
Barclay, Beaver & Co.; J. H. Schroder, of the
firm of John Henry Schroder & Co.; C. M.
6111111,50 n ; Thomas lirassey, and William
Brown.
The general news brought is interesting, but
p0,....e5..es no news of striking importance.
The Peace Congress met at Zurich on Mon
day. the nth inst., according to the previous
anioeire ,•inent. Nothing had transpired re
garding the proceedings thus far. Sardinia
was repre•ented in the Conference.
The Emperor Napoleon NVIL3 on a visit to
Camp l'liacons. witne,aing the manoeuvres of
troop..
ilritbdi Parliament was still debating
tli,• , 111,5tion, but in a more subdued
tong than ha, hitherto characterized the
The official authoritiei at Zurich had given
the :on tot he peace conference a warm
welcome, and were to entertain them at a pub
he dinner on the I lth instant.
. .
The London Tlbic , has an article on the
, Jipulatiorn , of the treaty, alleged to hav e been
iirraitg , d botwo,” the American Ministor at
Mexie , i, McLane, and President Juarez. Al
!hough the 7',.00, thinks that the treaty would
Le ben-tleial to Mexico itself, as well as to th e
world, r.-t it roar,. it would result in injury to
the intereqt of foreign bondholders.
I) ;I:- had
ailiedid in a Itti , .ian iif
The 1:an.1.01 papers pulitirli the e,iinlitions of
j I L•rlier L (1)4 ',H
oary re-•rv.• in,•••
It . tr. acenrl of the
j itirnals :in article under the head of the
Eurepean Coup it' Etat
'Fh•• leith f,r Liverpool arid Lon
d•in. 'were • . ,.;enerally without uraterial
n.
)liirl.et was tienty, but
in•t ery a.•tive the .:Jr.. of tb:ez• days reach-
Irt,; en.
Tt.•• Alarket was dull,
but , Ilatt , 171161:017,, lit prices.
IL , Lb, lbruelsinr, Markel
~,-,,, ;
'r; . , .~nG ~..,u
, c,n,littated
-X . . • ~ l int
I:L , ,nzw•tit.y, 111/in f ui,
>la I, 1.h.3 1,1111.iS !1111/ . 114• Val
Ilet.0.•!1!1
ztir - ” had x‘tdt.c.inr.d
tL • :if and wn•r„ t,, have ..n th , •m
11,1.1.• rf , .•rii , .ll rm HIV I I a.
.witting of the C0tt1.70,, took
nth. :it which nil , Sardinian ronro
. , t.-i-t..,i
tht•ltanto
(.F;V k 1 1;::11 •I )II I nth Op. ; of : , r, o f
It:ds tv,ro iu both Flouas of l'arlk
ilo•n t.
In the Iron, of Lord, OW :Nlar.itti, of Nor
, irely ite i dired if there \y id: any objection to
e the paper., relative to theprlljihkt, of tritn , notted to Austriabefore the treaty
denounced th e eondliet of
he goveininent , and evincing Ito
Ito re tl !Eli T 1 neutrality. Lord Wood
repiy, reiterated the statement that
I.:ll4liind t,rins of peace to Austria at the
r.1 , 1..,t rf Franee. But without giving any
i., or e \pre—ing an opinion oil the subject,
le. -.aid, it V.. , 11111 be most inconvenient to pro
lu e the die t1:11.`111, in the pre:e a t ,t a t e of th e
neltneiviedge,i
the act of Lord John Rus-ell ns the united act
eC the Caimet.
lb lb.' of Goolinons Lord Eleme
made an a d dress to the (o,on, declaring that
it a -old he ineiimistent to the honor and dig
nity after having preserved a strict
diralitv, take part in any' conference for
settling the details of prase, the preliminaries
of whit h have already been arraidged between
the Em lime, 4 , f France and .kustria.•
r )I , rlkvii warned the government of the
dahger, to be incurred by enterinir the Cott
brit :dated his ohieetimi to the House
/IL; to a d• , iiri-r. afte; a im;ty deliberation,
and hoped that Lord Eleho would not press his
'notion to a division.
After ,ome nen:if-L.= from Lord Palmerston
in defenso of Lis eourse and in doninfoiation Of
tho Lord Elvin , said h e was satisfied
with III(' adini-dom made by the Government,
hi,' the roso it of the debate, and he would not
I ro., motion.
, onipletein of the steamship Grey; tast
em %l :I , formally eclobreted cji the Bth by a
ban l act oe boned. The engines, both
•cr,e; aud paddle, were set in motion for the
I:r,t tone, and the r..sult was satisfactory in the
v,ry higho-t degree, and far beyond expeeta-
'rho city artic'e of the London Ti we, sari in
regard to the stipulations of the treaty alleg9d
to have been arranged between Minister M'Lane
and Juarez at I I I,llm, Mexico will,
from the rnomont tire treaty is ratified, Virtually
Ho.; u oder American sway. It then adds that
the re,ult will be advantageous to Mexico and
the world, but thinks that the extent to which
private rights will be respected or jeopardized
are an an ion, question. Tne American gost
orninent is at every Step to protect the intervstq
of foreign bondholders.
The Tu , can et etions tool,: }duoe with great
order, awl gise A majority to the men of mod
erate liberalistu, but quite opposed to the res
t,ration of the old dynasty.
. .
PRU.SIA —The news of the dissolution of
the French Army of Observation on the Rhine
had produced a very favorable effect. Berlin
and Pria.,ia would at once countermand the
concentration of troops on the Rhine.
Prussia is about to rend tiro vessels of war
to Japan for the purpo.,e of opening commer
cial cummunieation,
101 Emperor of Russia will visit Berlin In
September.
The elections for the National Assembly of
Tw.cany i,a,sod off harmoniously. All the
e,lO tvere elected are friends of inde
pendent Tll..ftMllly.
'rho Unisons of Tuscany says that fifty
lion/sand Fr,nch troops will renmin in Italy
provisionally, owing to the dangerous state of
some provinces.
The Sardinian Cwonmissioner of Parma, in
notifying the municipality of his departure,
Said I.f, kft his :Secretary charged with the sov
ereign powers of the government in the name
of the people. This produced a very bad ef
fect
Gzam.t.Nv.—The relations between Austria
and Prussia almost assume the dimensions of
an open rupture. and wore regarded as danger
ous to the smaller German States, which were
already looking towards France for protection.
The King of Bavaria apologized for the
passage of troops through his territory.
Sowing Machine Manufactory De-
stroyed by Fire
P I 7ILADELPIIIA, August n.—The sewing
machine manufactory of George B. Sloat ..t Co.
was burned to the ground this morning. It
wasthe work i
of an ncendiary. The business
of the house extended over the whole country,
and wilt not be disturbed by the occurrence.
There is an insurance of thirty thousand dol
lars on the property destroyed.
I Arrival of the Overland Mail—Penn
' sylvanians Murdered by Indians.
ST. Louis, August 21.--The overland mail
of the 29th has arrived.
The mining news is favorable, but the re
ceipts of dust were light. The Walker river
and Mashoe valley mines were attracting much
attention, and large numbers had departed for
the diggings.
The official returns elect Judge Crane to
Congress.
It is proposed to form the Territory of Ne
vada. A convention is to be in session ut Ge
noa, Carson Valley, for the purpose of forming
a provisional government, it being the inten
tion of the people to throw off all allegiance to
Mormon rule. The design is to elect a Gover
nor, Judges and all necessary officers.
A a party of Californians en route for Saint
Louis were attacked near South Pass on the
1:41) of June, by the Crow Indians. George
Stevenson, of 'Pittsburgh; David Moore, of
Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and C. M. Hall, of
Cincinnati, were killed, and Henry Florence,
of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, was made a pris
oner.
Advises from Oregon say that Stout, Demo
crat, is elected to Cm.gress by a majority of
forty-one.
Rich quartz was received at Victoria fro•n
Queen Charlotte's Island.
From Washington.
WASIIINoxoN, August 20.—Mr. O. Jennings
Wise, of the Richmond Enquirer, and Mr.
Ould, of the Richmond Examiner, eluded the
vigilance of the police, and early this morning
left Washington for Maryland, to settle a
newspaper quarrel by a duel. The parties re
turned between twelve and one o'clock this af
ternoon, having exchanged two shots. Neither
were hurt, mind the matter here rests fur the
present.
Major Edmund French, pay Clerk of the
Bureau of Construction of the Treasury De
partmen% has been charghd with falsely mak
ing and forging corti.Gcates and receipts for the
purpose of obtaining money from the United
States. His arrest was made yesterday, as
stated in a former despatch, but not until
after consultation between the Secretary of the
Treasury and the. Solicitor of the Treasury,
District Attorney Dub] and Major Bowman,
and giving the accused an opportunity to elf -
plain. The affair creates much gossip here.
The extent of the alleged defalcation has not
been ascertained.
American Nomination
NEw 0 111-EANs, Atignst :20,—The Arnori
cans I o nominated D. E. Bouliquy to Con
gress, frOm this District.
COMMERCIAL.
pmrsnuftGif HOARD OF TRADE. AND
111EITCHA NTS' L'XCIIANGE.
Pre...vident.
WM. 11. SMITH.
Dire PreAdenli.
DICK EV, EDWARD GREG(:,
Trmsurer.
N. 1101-IIES, Jr.
Super - en/trident.
I; DiftGE 11. TBf~lti PUS
Contnittee of :1 rbil rn !ion fur Jun,
ISAI.kII LAIL:KEY, V. P.,
11. PBI'IJUN,
.1 S. Ci_killf?AVE,
.1 .1. t.II.I.E.SI'IE, ti. PltF-4,711N.
PITTSBURGH MARKETS.
Rep.rted Expre,sly for the Daily 3turning ft•st
Preesuoann. Atign,t 20, 1539.
Flour...NO trati,letion, at first hands. Sales train
,t,aa• of , a 0 1440_ in lots, at $325.a.,1,3.2.5 for :03pol - tine,
$5,40, $:,.50rd,5,G.1 for extrado. and $.3,1.:3,
V. 70. $5.75,a,5,57 for extra fairnly; fancy brut, is
1 1,1:11
Cirllllll...aatea 110 u 131. h. Meduerranea n Red Wheat,
g depot. -it ;1.25 ti - on -tore. at :
aoo hash 0 111.II•toIt, at 45e. ,
Ile y haan seas, If 5 load, at $1540017 ton:
3 loled. fr.an ' , lore. at $l, ; 3 ton. to, at $l.lO 14 ewt.
Feed ...! , alr, 1 tilt Middling,. from mill, al $l,llO IA 100
lb-.; 1 ton shorts at $1.2.5 la ; 1 ton Itran at $lOO - 0.10.
Coro bosh. at $1.12.
Batt er._..Saßs 4:110 lb,. fresh paoked at 14e.
Eggs....-lales 5 hits. nt 0,500.. it dozen.
Potatoes...S.4l., '213 Lhto. new at $1.:36 , 2..00;
$5.53. a LI.Ls. sweet at ia;,oo.
Brous.. .Salt, 42 Lush. vtnail white at 51,41340,40.
Rye Flour.. Sales 14 1,1,1, at $.4,73.
I 2 Lids. No. 3 Mackerel at $11.50 ; Id half
13,1, Lake Wlote tt $.5.0n,
Boron... Sales 10,000 Its, at 71 ,.;k3.7 for shoulders;
-Ides. and 10 1 .aaleiv.i . e. for ; 2300 Rol.'
sugar rood harp, at. 12',:.1•.
Sugar.. Salk,. 10 hßls. N. i at
Inoltsgen.....Folt, 1.b1,. N. O. at 4k..
Coffee... Sales 40 vasks Rio at 12t,?.; 9 sack, ,to at
liter... Sale.. a Claret, at SP'.
Dried 1....... It., at
Sonp...sale, 1100 hose, Sawyer.' Claumeal Ohre
5c.; 33.3 liaev Sawyer,' Toilet :old Cd.file at
tax.., ftosw nl la 73
; 50) I x,s.t, No. 1 Palm at 7 1 4,
undles...Sah, 750 taxes Miner,' at 12! 10 taxes
Mould :it 13e , 50 box,- Star at lae.ll lb.
011... Sales 7 bid., Lard No. 1 at '25,.; 3 1.14 s N o . 2 Lard
at ' oo '.; 23 1,111, Lulaloatutg Oil at SOe.ll gal.
/e 1 . 1 .1; 1 .%,C-8111,- , 50 1..b1e. Louisville at $1.23
5a1t...1331es 110 bids. No. 1 at $1;20001.25; 1151 1 , 1.1,
No. 1 extra. an ears, at $1,12!....
Luxes Rat
Broom•... Sales as-...rtrd. at $2.,23K.5,'.2..50 . 1.,. Applcs ._salre 13 .
Idds. green a $2.00,2.2/0; W 133.
...mutton at $1.2.56C1.:0; luo bib. ellotee at 1.3,000;13,25.
Peaches... Sale,. 32 Loxes at $2.0014.2.21
Pearn...Salc, 15 I:1.1s. at $3.00.
Wateror.l...r.. itt (111 k), 1004'
Curon t-,t $4 11 LIN.
Wlvialsdr...Sales 19 bite. Rectified at 20 1 .,e. ~tl..
14 bids. Si 27e. ; IS bids. at 114 e.
New York Market.
Sete YORK, August al.—Cotton steady; sales tint I .!es.
Flour firm: salt"..; Il,ro NIL+, Wheat tiros wilco
bush; red Miehigan ,01:20. Corn nrm; gales 5000 bush;
yellow nt sne, Pork buoyant al $1 4.2:1'0,,1,37 , ,,,i. Whisky
1 2 , ; 4t, COIR, blItiy:1111; Nth, 01
4,t8, Ile.
Cincinnati Market
CINCINNATI, August Flour market is firmer at
$4OO for SIIIWrIine. Wheat ia fair dcurnud at tt!to for
red. and ;1_,00€0,05 for white. Corn unchanged. IZ) 0
72475 e. Oats ruin 400 - 01... &eon and Bulk Meats
art, Ireful very firmly at tho till price of ye,terday's two
tationa. !liens Pork heavy at $1.4,00at14.25.
R. T. EENNEDY W. S. KENNEDY.
PEARL STEAM MILL.
ALLEGHENY CITY,
R. T. KENNEDY Sc HRQ.,
WHEAT RYE AND CORN PURCHASED.
FLOUR, CORN MEAL A.Np 11.0:+1INY,
MANUFACTURED AND DELIVERED
IN PITTSBURGH AND ALLEGHENY.
au7:l3rdaw] TERMS, CASH ON DELIVERY
REMOVAL.
W. & D. HIIGITS,
NAVE REMOVED TO NO. 69 MAR
KET Street, corner of Fourth, where they will re
main till the first of September,when they will remove to
their new store now being built nt the old stand, corner
of Fifth and Market street:, my.him
BARGAINS IN
SRI OND-HAND PIANOS.
One fi Octave, Rosewood Case, Iron Frame; made by
Cluckering & Sous; only two years old.
One 0,4 octave, Rosewoo'd Case,. round corners; made
by Ili - aloft & Darls.
One 6- Octave, Rosewood, carved desk; made by Nunn
& Clark.
One 13 Octave, Mahogany Case, n ado by Nunns & Clark.
One 6 - " " ‘• N. Y. Man. Co.
"
One 0 " . " " Gerd'g &Simon
one 6 - Rosewood " " " Pape, - Paris.
One 6 " Mahogany " " " Albrecht
One 5' " " " " Loud & Ilro.
6
One 6
One. 6, 61
" German make.
"
" 4i
One 5 Clementi.
" " 41 64 44 Clementi.
For sale by
JOHN H. MELLOR,
81 Wood street
NEAR THE CITY, and in a healthy and
pleasant location, we have for eat°, a two-scary
Frame Dwelling House and six acres of land. The
house contains a hall, dining room, parlor, kitchen,
wash-house and Ave chambers, good grates, and nid , e's
in ever) , roomta well of soft water; stable carnage-house
convenient; about 50 fruit trees, grapes, &e., tic. -Price
$ 5,000 . S. CUTHBERT k SON,
augl2 51 Market street
NEW WALL PAPER.—Third arrival for
the Beason. The assortment always complete at
the old sliold, N 0.87 Wood street.
leu
IsuutsidALL a co.
Miscellaneous.
MA II 0 NI N G FIRE BRlCK.—These
bricks have been fully tested,and can be recom
mended for durability, equal to any bricks offered for
,ale in this market. A supply on hand and for sale by
CIIADWICK & SON,
)vn No. ICI ar.d MIL Wood street.
W. A. CALDWELL.
CALDWELL & BRO.,
BOAT FURNISIIPPq el DEALERS IN
Manilla, Hemp and Cotton Cordage;
Oakum, Tar, Pitch, Rosin and Oils;
Tarpaulin, Duck, Light and Heavy Drillings, etc.
aptily Nos. 88 Water, and 78 Front sta.
THE ATTENTION OF MEN OF MODE
RATE MEANS is called to the offer for sale of
forty of the most eligible •
BUILDING LOTS
in the Second Warn, Allegheny City. The prices are
suited to the hard times, and time will be given to - suit
all purchasers. For particulars inquire of
ALEXANDER HAYS, Surveyor,
Corner East Common and 'Water street,
no 3 Allegheny Qty .
r..
WINES.—
25 cases Clicquot quarts Champagne Wine
5 do do pts do do'
30 baskets Peas Ileidseick's qts do do
10 do do do pts do do
10 do honcho pts,and Dronet qts do do
5 do do do do pts do do
25 cases SL Julien Idedoc - Claret do
10 do Ladies' Catawba do
15 do do Ginger do
In store, and for sale by
aptlS BULLER & iticKETsoz4
BACON, MESS PORK, LARD, ETC.
4.500 pieces large sizo city Shoulders;
4,1A.i0 do do Western do;
5,000 do prime Rib Sides;
300 do do clear Sides;
6,000 do plain and hawed Hams;
150 bbls. heavy Mess Pork;
100 bbls. prime Leaf Lard ;
150 kegs do do; •
100 jars do do;
45 [ibis. Grease Lard;
14,000 pieces large sized Shoulders in dry Salt;
Forage at lowest market prices.
JAMES HOLMES g CO.,
jvlSifhr corner Market and Front streets
VA LU A BL E SEW iCK_LEY PROPERTY
FOIL 8A LE.-A new, well built dwelling, .1.2x46, well
arranged,l rooms on first floor,wide ball, portico in front;
and piirela in rear, large cellar, six rooms on second
stnrv:sere:, fronting on the Ohio River, and extend
ing lark to the Railroad, near the station.
auge 8. CUTHBERT et SON, 61 Market at-
F ISH -200 packages Lake Herring;
100 do White Fish;
100 do Trout;
Re do Mackerel; •
75 d° Herring.
For [1618) HENRY H. COLLINS.
$9 500 —FOR SALE, two-story
• Frame Dwelling House, with a val
uable lot of ,groand, 7-t feet front on Fourth street, by
'2 9 feet deep on Chancery , Lane. Price V 2,500. Terms
scam in hand; balance 111 4 ,00 Per Year.
angle. S. CU'IIIBER.T a SON, 51 Market street.
VANtio COUNTY LANDS.—Situate
st eight miles from the town of Fmnklin,..lso acres
at $7 per arr. , . For sale by S. CUTHBERT & SON,
au-10 Real Eatato Agents, 51 Market street.
ri I R.UNK, BONNET. AND FULLER'S
BOARIktI, for sale at the stationery stores of
W. S. HAVEN,
aught Corner Wood & Third & Market. &Second sta.
ITV
PROPERTY FOR RENT:—Three
prominent business glands for rent. Also a brick
welling on second street; rent woo.
S. CUTHBERT & SON, 51 Market st..
511_REAMS 24x37 PRINTING PAPER,
k./ of a superior quality, for sale low to close con
signment, by CHADWICK A SONS,
1) 26 NOS. 149 and 151. Wood street-
TEN UROSS :20od Round Cane Hoops, just
reeeived and for sale at ' JOS. HORNE'S,
ititz2 No. 77 Market street.
TE.IS.-50 half chests Green and
various grades, ; 70 caddy boxes do. of
different size,. in - , tore and for sale by
MURTLAND k CONNOR,
107 Liberty street.
011 EESE.—'2S boxes strictly- Western Re
IL/ ,erve,f9r male by WM. H. SMITH & Co.,
Second and Front streets.
riiIIREE HUNDRED 1,13,5. COCHINEAL
for ,:lo by 13ECKIIAM & KELLY,
Allegheny Qty.
_LMITRPIfrS PATENT BINDERS.--Just
roeei reds Jut of Win. F. Murphy's Patent Per
petual Litter binders. W. S. HAVEN,
jyl9 Markot S Second, and Wood I: Third sts
BUCKWHEAT. -200 bushels for sale by
je3o HENRY H. COLLINS
HERRING: 200 boxes scaled
S 300 loses Ni,. l, just received and for sale by
REYMER & ANDERSON, •
fen No. 39 Wood sc. opposite St. Charles Hotel.
BUCK ETS.-- 50 dozen New Brighton
Bucket, : arriving andt or time at
itawoßni a BROWISLEE'S,
aoR
Ci.oTit IIItUSIIES.—A good assortment
or (iota Brushes on hand and for sale by
L. WILCOX,
atuti Corner of Smithfield and Fourth Streets.
COUNTRY BACON.-1000 lbs. Country
Pocon sides; tom IDs. Shoulders and Sides received
en consignment, and for sale by
JAS. A. FETZER,
0' 22 corner Market and First etreets.
A LARGE LOT of Fullerton's Superior
Tian] Flannels. opened tlnsday.
an - gls G. HANSON LOVE, 74 Market street.
VALUABLE PROPERTY on Market
V street, between Third and Fourth sts., for sale by
HT 2 S. CUTHBERT & SON, Real Estate Agt's.
IXON'S BLACKBERRY CARILINA
D
Tlvi; for sale by
B. L. FAHNFSTOCR a CO.,
je'22 No. GO. curlier Fourth and Wood streets.
Low's HIGHLY PERFUMED BROWN
wEs;Dsoit SOAP—much approved of for alshing
and shaving. A large supply just received by
JOSEPH FLP2SIING,
corner of Diamond and Market street.
E A ToN, CREE & CO., WILL REMOVE
to their new store loom on Fifth street, about the
tutu of September. Up to that time, their present stock
will be CLOSED OUT AT COST, as they aesire to open
wah a Fresh stock for Fall Trade.
EATON, CREE ,t CO.,
Fifth and Market sta.
tss 1)1 AMON D SKIRTS, in white
:Lud at greatly reduced price&
EATON, CREE & CO,
corner Fifth and Market streets.
REDUCED IN PRICE--Douglas & Sher
wood's Skeleton Skirts, with adjustable bustle.
EATON, CREE CO.,
Corner Firth and Market ins.
3
yr 'COI'S ~i: MILLER'S "GREEN" con
j. st , mtly on hand and for sale at manufacturer's
at JOHN 'THOMPSON &
to rJJ No./35 Third street.
Tr EN EDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY,
lk for •k:do by IL L FAHNE3TOCK & CO,
GO cor. M'arket and Fourth streets.
COAL OIL! COAL OIL I COAL OIL!-
100 tbIA relined Barrens Coal Oil for sale by
+ , l-) 8 C.../k 3. R. SAWYER.
DoTATOES.-30 barrels New York Fluke
Pot:tt,,,, just received, and for sale by
JAGS ES A. FiaMEE,
corner Market and First streets.
CooKixu RAISINS.-150 boxes New
Valencia. For sale by
REYMER. & ANDERSON,
No. 39 Wood street
BUTTER. -10 firkins for sale by
iyll WILLIAM IL SMITE SG Co.
(mil LASS.-300 bxs. assorted Window Glass
1... A for sale by (aug3) HENRY H. COLLINS.
TOBACCO, of various good brands, in
store and for gale by s
➢PORTLAND & CONNOR,
197 Ltherty street.
SEGA RS.-100,000 Genuine Segars, differ
°et brands, in store and for eale.lowlsy
• HAWORTH tk BROWNLEE,
ape
In the Diatnond.
F ISH. -30 bbls. Large No. 3 Mackerel;
M half bbls. do do do
14 bbls. Eastport Herring.
MURTLAND h CONNOR,
197 Liberty street:l
For sale by
my2o _
175 BARRELS SUPERIOR OLD MON
ONGAHELA RYE WHISKY, in stare, and for
sale by H. O'HARA, Ja,
151 Fifth street, between Wylie and Ross atieets,
je 2 3d door above Wylie street.
•
FRESH BUTTER.-7 jars and 4 kegs
Fresb Rutter, just received and for sale by
JAMES A. FETZER,
jel corner Market and First streets.
ORIENTAL TOOTH WASH—A delicious
compound of gums and aromatics, cleansing to the
teeth. healing to the gums, a fragrant to the mouth.--
Sold by L. WILCOX,
iY27 corner Smithfield and Fourth ste.
COUNTING HOUSE STATIONERY, Bill
Bead B o xes, Post Office Boxes, Card Racks, Cal
endars and &Juni Boxes, a large assortment at
HAVEN'S,
jel3 Corner Wood & Third k Market k Second sta.
QUEEN OF DIAMONDS.—Another lot
N o g, of the above Skirts just received. at the lowest
JOSEPH HORNE,
rir„eßsi, 77 Market street..
FTell.
gwhifor;le Fish, Trout, Mackerel and
aug3 HENRY H. COLLINS.
DRIED APPLES.-10 barrels for sale by
KURTLAND & CONNOR,
myf o 107 Liberty street.
CIRANT'S CASES, VOL. 1., for sale by
J. R. WELDIN,
_iv.3o • •••• Fr.rro.th.
zra r:
_ ~
..._
Ambrotype and . Photograph
-JOH.I Cdl.lMl3l, JR.
No. 70.FIfth Street, -
NEARLY OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE
-0:i• Photographs, colored or plain, taken at short no•
Lee, at Eastern prices, and warranted equal to them.
SMALL PICTURES ENLARGED TO LIPESIZE, and
colored in Oil. mit
AMBEOTypES.---
A BEAUTIFUL AND DURABLE PICTURE
WARRANTED, CAN BE HAD AS LOW
AS AT ANY FIRST CLASS ESTABLISH-
MENT IN TUE COUNTRY, AT
IFESIZE,
1.1 IIiPERIAL,
Colored in Oil, Pesten°, or ‘ Plain, in the most artiatk
style, and at Eastern prices.
WALL'S ,GALLERY,
PHOTOGRAPH, AMBROTYPE, ME
LAINOTYPE AND DAGUERREOTYPE GAL
LERY, ar. Fifth and Grant strects.—Th e subscriber hav
ing fitted up rooms in APTIGHE'S BUILDING, is now
prepared to take Likenesses that CANNOT FAIL TO
GIVE SATISFACTION.
Call and ;examine the colleCtion.
A. LANE, -
jy'dy Corner of Fifth and Grant streets.
STEAM ENGINE BUILDERS,
IRON FOUNDERS,
General Machinists and Boiler Makers,
NEAR THE PENNI R. R. PASSENGER DEPOT,
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF
Steam Engines, ranging from three to one hun
dred and fifty horse power, and suited for Grist Mills,
Saw Mills, Blast Furnaces, Factories, etc., etc.
Giro particular attention to the construction of En
gines and Machinery for grist mills, and for uprights,
mnlay, and circular saw mills. -
Have always on hand, finished and ready for shipment
at short notice; Engines and Boilers of every description.
Also, furnish Boilers and Sheet Iron serarately, and
Wrought Iron Shafting, Bangers and Dallies in every
variety, and continue the manufacture-of Woolen Ma
chinery and Machine Cards.
Our prices are low, our machinery manufactured of
the best quality .of materials, and warranted in all cases
to give satisfaction:
A/if-Orden from all parts of the couritrysolicited, and
promptly filled. rrulPt...3mdasv
T•A 77-P1 SUPERIOR COPPER MILL
SMELTING WORMS:,
PARK, 111. 1 CURBY & CO.,
M.LNUFACTURERS OF SHEATHING,
Braziers' and Bolt Copper, Pressed Copper Bot
toms, Raised Still Bottoms. Spelter Solder, &c., atso im
porters and dealers In Metals, Tin Plate. Shed Iron,
Wire, & e. Constantly on hand, Tinmeu's Machines and
Tools. Warehouse, No. 149 First, and IM Second streets,
Pittsburgh, Pa. Special orders of Copper cut to any de.
ired pattern. rnyMilydaw
WM. MUM DAVID E. PARS. SAXES ME, Sil;
SMITH, PARK & (iO. l
NINTH WARD FOUNDRY
PITTSBURGH, PA.
Warehouse, No. 1.0 First and 12.0 Second streets.
Manufacturers of all SiZPS and descriptions of Coal Oil.
Betorts and Stills, Gas and Water Pipe, Sad Irons, Dog
12011 S, Wagon Boxes, Steel Moulds, ?Wiles, Hangers and
Couplings.
Also Jobbing and Machine Castings of every descrip
tion made to order.
Having a complete machine shop attached to tho
Foundry, all necessary fitting wilt be carefu attend
ed to. mrllylydtw
WARRANTED Pure and Un- gr , 77 ,-
adulterated, end to JETS AFE •
Pickles for years, tho same that I have
sold to a majority of the Pittsburgh Oro
cots for •rattre rum, and which has taken virsErag
Three First Premiums FN.
at Pennsylvania State Fairs, I am now of- '4'l, ••
tering to the city and country trade at
greatly reduced prices.
Please order direct. Terms Cash.
8ALL01.1,140 Water street,
between Sinithfield and Grant,
Pittsburgh, Pa.
R. 0 0 X" I 1••• T _
mr22daw
Gum Elastic Improved Cement and Canvass
Roofing, Felt Cement, and Grarel
ROOFING!
Patented Aspheltic Roofing Felt.
ROOFING MATERIALS FOR SALE,
WITH INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLYING. OLD
SILn'HFIELD ST, BETWEEN FOURTH 4tFIFTII
Valuable Market Street and Man
chester Property for Sale. -
THE SUBSCRIBERS, in virtue of powers
conferred upon them by the will of the line Judge
Riddle, offer for sale the following excellent business
locations: •
A lot fronting 31 feet on Market street, by 176 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 home on
Fourth street. The lot has a front of at 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.
rxi order to accommodate purchasers, the Fourth
street, extending back on Chancery Lane 30 feet, willbe
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, and a depth o
166 feet 5 inches, being bounded on one side by Lackey
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, and a
stable and carriage house on the and,
side of Lackey
alley; this property is now in the occupancy of Caption
Miller. The above property will be sold upon terms
greatly conducive to the interests of purchasers, bothers
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, /cc, apply to either et
the subscribers, or to S. CUTFIBERT, A ent, Market
Street, Pittsburgh. JOSEPH P. G ,M. D,
Office, No. 25 Sixth street.
CHARLES SEALER, Att. at Isw •
°thee, 81 Fdtzth street
PENN lIIACHIIVE WORKS
tyl .3wdAm
MANUFACTURER OF
Steam Engines, 3hafting and Follies
Boring Machines,
Mortice Dfachi nes
•
Gear Wheels, '-
Hangers, etc" etc:
ALLEGHENY,
Orders promptly attended to
ably •
L. HIRSHFELD &. SON,
DEALERS IN
ENTS' FOTtNLSIIING GOODS,
AND
SHIRT MANUFACTURERS,
The subscribers respectßilly announce that Samara
made by them are guaranteed to ft; will bo forwarded
to any part of the Union, on receiving from the penile
sending the orders, their personal measurement
inches, according to the formula givenbelow.
Remember the size must be-carefully and accurately
taken, as all necessary allowances are made by the cut
ter of the establishment.
.. • •
First--,Sizo around the neck.
Second—Size around the wrist, '
Third—Size around the chest, immediately below the
arm-pill.
Pburth—From the middle of shoulder, length of arni
to wrist joint.
Fifth—Height of person, from the shoulder to the
This plan is quite unique, and will be of great valuate
gentlemen at a distance, who find it impossible to ob.
min at home, Shirts to satisfy them in style and fit. -
Also, on hand, a full assortment of Shirts of our man
ufacture... Any orders addressed to us by mail, will - be
promptly attended to. - .
P. EL —Please state by what conve,yrume they are to he
shipped. L H/R,FELD & SON,
. • : S 3 Wood street.
TAKES lI.OLMES & CO.; Pork Packers
TY and dealers in Bacon, Lard, Sugar Cured _awns,
ae.. corner of FIRST AIDoT MARKET REETS,
- P,ttsburg.t
soAp.-11.10 boxes Buffalo Scat. for mile by
NUMBER 268
Paguenvan Sallerits.
RaCa•MR.S 3
GALLERY,
WALL'S Fourth street
PHOTOGRAPHS,
Jones' Bnikting,, Fourth street.
WM. N. FABER & CO.,
VINEG_4B. !
Also, Agents For
ROOFS REPAIRED
BATES & JOHNSON.
F 0 II N DR Y,
H. WIGHTitIMit,
No. 83 Wood Street
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