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LUME XVII.
Zile Polito Poet.
JAMES P. BARR,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
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Trams Five Dollars per year, strwily in ad
vance.; Weekly, Single subscriptions Two Dol.
laralper year; In dlubs of five, One Dollar.
LOCAL AFFAIRS.
Deparlure and Arrival of Passenger
Trains.
Pitisurgh, Fort Wayne rind Chicago Railroad.
(From corner of Liberty and (Thant streets, Pittsburgh.)
Leave Pittsburgh. flrestline. Ft. Wayne
Express Train .........1•215 A. 11. 6:16 A. 31. 1:01 P. Al
Mail Train 6:50 A. M.
Express 'Train. 12:50 P. 11. 8:45 P. 51. 2:30 A. 11
Arrive at Chicago:
Zxpress,..) 6,47 P. M. I Express, 5,17 A. 51
Returning. a rise at Pittsburgh:
8:25 P.M. I Express, 3:30 P. 51. Express, 2:33 A. NI
(Frdm Federal Street Station, Allegheny.)
New Brighton Accommodation.. 0:30 A. hi. 5::0 P. M
..695 .1. M. 12:10.P.M.
Pcsinsyhank Railroad.
(Frorn corner of Liberty and Grant streets.)
Leaves. Arrives.
Express 'Fain Sdk P. M. 12:45 P. NT.
Mail - 250 A. 11. 11:50 P. 11.
Fast Line. 4,20 P. M. 12c..5) A. 51.
The Johnikown Way Passenger
Train .. 6:00 A. 11. 1:10 P. 11.
aohr4t.arti Accommodation-- 2:50 P. 51. 1100 A. 14.
F::st Turtle Creek " A. 11. 6:5.1 A. 51
84cond -.... 4:30 P. 51. 12:30 A. 11.
Third "I !":" 1 6::-N3 P. M. 6:15 P. 31
• Yittcbtirgh and Galyvell,.ille Railroad.
(Prom Liberty and Grant streets.)
Leaves. Arrives.
Mail 'Tyree 7:00 A. 11. 6:15 P. 11
Express Train 4:20 P. Id. 8:45 A. 11
Clerriond and Pittsburgh Railroad.
(Frain corner of Liberty aed Grant streets.)
Leaves. Arrives.
Express Train 12.15 A. 51. 240 A. 11.
Mall Trait( 6.25 A. 51. 4.00 P. 11.
Fast Line', 1.05 P. 11. 5.30 P. 11.
Accommixlatiou 5.00 P. 11. 11.00 A. 51
Olionleic end Cincinnati Rai/rend.
(From Liberty and Grant streets.)
Leaves Pitts. Columbus. Arr. in Ctn.
Fast Doe, .... .-.12.15 A. M. 8.00 A. M. 11.30 A. 11
Express Tram.. 1.05 P. 11. 1.30 A. M. 7.30 A. 11
The Alleg - heny River Ferries.
The dhronic/e, after making, on Saturday
last, a series of wholesale charges against' the
propriethrs of the lines of ferries which accom
modate the traveling public between this city
and Allligheny, and endeavoring to prejudice
the public mind against them, begged off and
backed down on Monday, saying there was no
intention of 'injuring the business of either
lines, and to demonstrate that factto a certain
ty, cameo out yesterday with a second batch of
charges] showing clearly that there is some
such &Sign.
We think "all this croaking is without the
slightest shaSow of foundation, and that the
C:hronoc man forgets how much such broad
assertitihs as he has made may injure worthy
cltiz Tnese boats, or some of them, at least,
/nice been plying over the Allegheny for near
ly five months, and we have yet a single seri
ous accident to record on any one of them.
True, the rivalry between the competing lines
is strong but we believe this to be an
tape rather than otherwise to the public, as it
ensuresa regularity in trips and a rapidity of
transit we would not otherwise have.
It is ;rue that one of the boats did blow out
a cylinder head lately, but it was on the oc
casion Of a sudden rise and greatly increased
currerq in the Allegheny, rendering it almost
iritpossible for the boat to stem it, without a
heavy pressure of steam. But we are assured
thatwtien the accident did occur the head of
StearnWas' below the liin't allowdd law,which
we' basic peter yet, on any of these boats,
seen relished, much less exceeded.
t is also true that cards have appeared call
ing for; the mediation of the Mayor, but may
net these cards have originated in the very
rivalryi alluded to? Indeed, we have heard
it whispered that at least one of these cards
was brought very nearly home to one of the
ferry riropriators. The complaint to the Mayor
was ot the same character, coming, as the
Chronielee admits, from a brother of one of
the parties, who said the opposing party had
threatened to run into their boat.
A few collisions have occurred, but none of
a serihus character, neither boat being much
injured. We believe that perhaps souse of
them inight have been avoided by a more ac
commodating spirit, but still think that most
of the 6 were unavoidable, occurring when
other braft were in the way. We have said
that collisions have taken place between boats
sacne'line,' this cannot tie Chated as in
. Itentconal. Why then might they not occur
between boats of the opposing lines? We do
not think either party would wilfully expose
his o4Tn boat to the damages it must necessa
rily sustain in a collision with another.
We trust we shall hear no More of this. The
Allegheny must be crossed, and it is not pleas
ant fclr any one to heel the slightest timidity
abouticrossing by the shortest undeasiest route,
and such articles as that in the Chronic! , of
yesteOry are well calculated to produce that
feeling. Let their writer practice what he
preaches, and if he does not wish to injure the
ferry: lines, let him stop his prating about
"Danger Ahead."
THY: - BLACMIERRY CROP.—The blackberry
does } not hold its merited relative position
among the fruits of the season. When grown
in its', perfection, it is one of the most luscious
Lerfies knoivn to our climate. Probably the
its.soid why it is so little valued in most of our
€ities; is that most of the specimenil in market
are ihferior in quality, and really b‘ . _ati'no re
semblance t,o the !deb, large luscioui berry,
Which abounds in many of the rural districts,
and 'which is among the pleasant recollections
DE OWr
.la,geod agricultural districts the blackberry
i 4 generally proscribed for the reason that the
brier is so troublesome and is so difficult to
keepiwithin prescribed limits. But it is well
wonky of cultivation. Every farmer has
genetally some corner, or some wood-land
border, where he may profitably allow the
blackberry briers free license,of course restrain
ing their propensity to encroach upon the ad
jaceit cultivated field. The denizens of vil
lagei and the occupants of suburban residences,
having but a limited plot of ground, may well
devotte a small place to such a rich fruit. Vigi
lant 4ttention will curtail the running propen
sitiei of the brier.
i3r.R&N los ni erttritcH.--Numbers of rude
hok, as well as. "'children of larger growth,"
tiro Jn• the habit of gathering about the doors
andlin the lobbies of churches every Sabbath
dnicng service, where they annoy congrega
tions' and disturb ministers by the constant
trurilping of feet and their land conversation,
hotturdrequentry interspersed 'With oaths and
.littlgarity, -at 'all' times offensive to ears polite,,
Imitidonbly so when uttered in the sanctuary.
Othnrs 'are in the habit of entering church he-
N r Ei § prrico, Nyith 119 a.tker..ohject th 4 lot
wafiticatian of curiosity, and retiring during
the early portion of the sermon, thereby'inter
rupi.ing the speaker and attracting the ,unen
viable notice of those who came to listen.
Such behavior is alike disgraceful to youth
and maturer years, and reflects discredit upon
thoie vAllo were charged with their early train
ing, for
'Tls educator forms the tenuet maid,
Tort as thadwig u beat, the tree's inclined!'
WAYrzn TO CUT.—Nathaniel Hughes, son
of [Ferdinand or "Tack" Hughes, of the Sixth
ward, visited the house of Nancy Swineberger,
in Pennsylvania avenue, on Monday night,
an
igt
- "producing a huge butcher; knife, with a
I!' El a adi, long, threatededlto cult every one
t o it e •houSe ' Ile'then . went into the street,
anti assaulted a colored man,'Who was passing
l'!4 but did - dot hurt him. Information was
spade before Alderman liogeric who issued a
4o4erani, had bina arrested, retiuired him to
'lad bail in five hundred dollars, for his ap ,
pearance at Court, which, failing to do, he
was committed. On the way to jail ho broke
lopse three or four times, and endeavored to
get away, but was finally lodged safely in
prison. A commitment was subsequently sent
up, by Alderman Donaldson, against Hughes,
fir passing a counterfeit note on 3ichard
illatie, for hearing on Saturday.
'ITHE notorious Sarah O'Niel, ripe for fun in
1
any shape, made her appearance on Fifth street,
Monday night, in male attire, cane in band,
cigar, etc., creating quite a sensation. Her sex
was soon discovered, and the watchmen being
Wormed of the fact arrested and locked her up
14 the tombs. She was sent to the hill for
thirty days by the Mayor on Tuesday morn-
Tb tj4lfr bulb VC
.
' Peruvian Syrup. I which its operation has proved otherwise than
We invite the attention of our readers to the beneficial to the patient. As a physician, I
subjoineslcommunication taken from the Bos. I unite with my professional brethren in dis
ton Daily Advertiser, which is from th e p e n o f 1 countenancing charlatstnic pretensions, but in
a very careful and discreet gentleman. What the present case, long veers of experience have
he saysis entitled to a careful consideration : so satisfied use of its efficacy, that I cannot
A letter to clergymen, on the Preservation of permit the clamors of professional etiquette or
Health and the use of the Peruvian Syrup, or obstinate prejudice to drown the voice of con-
Protected Solution of Protoxido of Iron coot- scientious conviction. I believe this remedy is
bined, as a Medical Agent, Boston ; Published destined to have an unexampled popularity,
by N. L. Clark & Co., No 5 Water street. and do not believe that its claims to such dis-
This pamphlet is recommended on the title tinction have ever been surpassed, or even quid
pages by ten respectable clergymen, well known i fled
in the community, to the " careful reading " The Syrup has also been used in the hospi
of their professional brethern. Tosuch a read- tals of Peru ever since its first introduction,
ing it is eminently entitled, not only from and in 1817 the Medical Society of Lima pass
clergymen, but from all classes of intelligent ed a unanimous vote recommending it to the
persons, and especially from medical men. It I protection of the government.
is addressed, not to ignorance and credulity, Among the numerous medical men of the
but to the intelligence and sound judgment of United States who have borne testimony to the
the community, and asks for confidence in its value of the Syrup, is J. Stone, M. D., an ex
statements and deductions no further than they perienced physician of Provincetown, Mass.,
and a member of the Massitchinetts Medical
are borne out by well authenticated facts. That
Society. He writes as follows: •• I had tried
confidence the reader who is competent to
weigh evidence, will find it difficult, not to sac various other iron iirepariitions, but the results;
impossible to withhold, so carefully is every were not satisfactory tss toe. Either the pa
important statement fortified by the testimony tients were unable to take them, or they foiled
of individuals, qualified by intelligence, judg- to produce the effect I had expected. 'rise fo
ment, character, and ample means of infornta- ruyian Syrup I soon found was just the article
Lion, to form a trustworthy opinion in the pre- I had long wanted. I have now used it in my
raises, and so strongly does the pamphlet bear practice for more than fifteen month-, and - I
can truly say, it has fulfilled my toost :angiiinis
the impress of plain unvarnished truth. En
tertaining these conviction as the result of a expectations. It is the beau ideal of a prepar
careful examination, and deeming it iisipssr- atiots of iron which I have been all nsy file in
tent to the interests of humanity that a knowl- search 01. I have entire confidence in it, a
edge of the medical virtues of the i5, r ,,,,i i ,„ confidence not hastily acquired, but dor'''. ed
Syrup should be widely diffused, the writer of from careful experiment and observation in
this communication, Who has himself experi- numerous cases of diseases
enced and observed its salutary effects, proposes I There are some physicians v. ho have objected
to giro a brief account or the principal points to using the Peruvian Syrup, because they do
which seemed to him to be established in the not know all its constituents, and how' the'y are
combined. The snore objection limy be urged
pamphlet, beyond all reasonable doubt
The pamphlet contains an •' Introduction,' against a large prop.rtion of the sue:ln ineF.
on "Iron as a 'Medical Agent, and the import- which they do not hesitate to prescribe. They
ance of a due proportion of it in the Blood •," know that opium contains morphine. that Pe
a "Letter" addressed "to the Reverend Cler- rurian bark contains quinine, and they know ,
gy ;" letters from numerous clergymen of \ a from this certificate of a distinguished chemist totts-r Mitt. BUttNED.—The extensive grist
rious denominations, testifying to the radial that the Peruvian Syrup run tai protoxide of and saw mill of Mrs. Sergeant, iu Morris
effects of the Peruvian Syrup, ON Ise domed by iron, and is free Irons any noxious ingredient : township, Greene county, was totally destroyed
themselves and others in a grout N.H.:l.y of hut they do not know with certainty' als thss by fire the other day, with all its contents.
esonplaintsi and an Appendix, .-onsisting of other constituents of any of these substances. - ---...---------
letters of physicians and others, describing nor how they are combined. Yet they gitle THE closing sale of dress goods, trimmings,
cures wrought by the Peruvian Syrup, and opium and Peruvian bark td their p at ie nt: . ete . at Mrs. Hodltimson's, No. d 3 Market
among them several, especially that of Mrs how then can they consisteistly withheld i r „ ; „ street, will be this morning at ten o'clock.
M. Portugal, which would be incredible. wen them the Peruvian Syrup -: now can the .-.-,is • ..`
it not for the conclusive character of the testi- ,i , ol howdy do it in such Cll., a s h a , ra .it t ..l IMES' , AND Boy ,' eLOTIII.Nti of every va
mossy adduced in proof of them I sill other remedies, when ti=.-y know or may nett' of style and material, manufactured ex-
The •' Introduction" is all able and well know precisely similar eases have been cured pressly for us, and decidedly the best Stock
written article, prepared, as is stated in the by the P e ruvian syritp ' Calomel uhf c „ r . ever offered in this market. Gentlemen and
preface, by - the aid of scientific gentlemen, and rosive sublimate are both ciimponnds,d'cliloriraC parents will find it to their interest to call at
containing an interesting summary of the re- and mercury. and differ in sSo suical contlits- ~l lr establishment, corner of Federal:street and
sults of the latest physiologieo eltesnical re- Lion, only in the prop d 1.1-11 Its w hich their el- the Diamond. Allegheny city, before purchas
searches respecting the m a nesce unit import- el
ements ere coin tuned. I b.e- a is tic. w I edge of ing elsewhere. A strict adherence to our sys
ance of iron in the hun organism. The their exact c,,mpo,ition enable sinv otos to toy,
1 , 111 it large .stles and small profiti has given
views maintained in it rest on the authority .sf why the former is a valuable sites Line and the the name of W. II Nt'Gee & Co , an enviable
eminent men of science, and ii-ssilie of them are latter a deadly poison - pre-,,nsi..enee w idols no oompetion has hitherto
sustained by citations from their writing . .. It The truth is, that, with very Issiv exception. -. di-filed.
is shown that a certain quantity of iron inthe physicians prescribe meshcires, not I,s:so- ,
blood is essential to health : that the went of a they know their chemical consul lion, last be,
proper quantity of it is attended with sleterio- cause they know their Ifecl, .„ iii, ~,,,,,, iIREIVER, HALT:in:II, AND HOP DEALER,s ce_
ration of this blood and consequent di,,,,,,,,. ; yonima. This knowledge id the l'"ru vi.in s
that iron may enter the blood and become Syrup may be obtainsi its ample plea-dire from ', Pitt riot, Pittsburgh.
assimilated to it, only in the state sf a protox- the pamphlet under review. Th., objection, H ., vIN 11 ci IMM ENt! ED BREWING
ids ; that the protoxide is an exceedingly un- I therefore, to using the medicine on the groused'
stable compound, absorbing oxygen from the of its composition and character not being sm. for sass sessoe. 1 ...0 n,a 1,1,1,..-,.1 in farai-I. :..y
air and becoming a peroxide, which cannot he ricient known, can no longer, it is cosscei vend "'` l ' '
reduced by the enfeebled stomach to a proton_ be made with propriety.
ode, the only state in Which iron can enter the In concluding this article, which I , rn- , Iry , -x-
circulation. Dr. AA. Hayes, one of the as- ceeded the limits within ;OM h the ws iser Is, " ..''''s" '!L i "." 1 ! r'''-i'l"'.l''''''l'' t :"" I." ' uf " ''''''
sits era to the State of Massachusetti , , eertitie•s intended to confine himself. lie U...;141 e.en- ~ ,,,i i
1„,7.ky,::!;..11,..,1:1;1111.;:,,,‘1,5,!:11,1,1'.1,?... ALE put up In
that "to maintain a solution of protox hle of l mend the pamphlet to the candid and ils•isiss r. Is . ts. -a si ads ad. sighs sus Ns:eras:se, issii is highly
iron has been deemed impossible :- but that ate examination of physi. las, i- rid MI nst,, , .•• -ss -•:I s. s• ••t =•! s ..-ess .. f,,tthcaltds.wh,ra
"in the Peruvian Syrup this desirable point i s who are interi!stenl in the great subject. 0 1 '."?- 'I- "' rls.'", rem , ll'o ll 'ld I Ill' , . I '' , ' lrlY
attained by renobinotvoi in 0 Pair hei(orr un- health, either Oh their own siccourit, or ti sa ., . 5
known-'• The iron is valuable US a tonic, and the community "Is' such an P[nininnthoL lA,.
IllierntiVe mealicine has long been known to the I great inn's' of important I ' ll , 1 , it lit I . `- bi•ftl: .. ll' • (... ~,,:, ~ 1,,,,1, ...,i,,,t.n: .f . KEN \ EFT iturTtln
medical profession: but it may safely be a...- reader, the air of truth, and :Ss, m ,s
a is,e ,d, ~ si . . _
o,s, s is otrAi•NE. Pult rElt ANI Llitu WN STOUT
Rerted that its full power over disease was never exaggeration, raid unsupported us-rt
etis el I, ' ,
• I'.l , p,rt ,1 e
tl•,
.) an.,;11,:m
brought to light till the preparation of it in the which it is elittractizs.d, iris s- it a in,l slim. -
form of the PtirilVinn Syrup was discovered. The medicine can Le had of Dr. George 11.
In this preparation it exists, protected against Keyser, lin '\ - cod street.
further oxidation, in the very form in which I,
alone it can be assimilated to the blood, so that As s-ttit:NT.
the stomach is wholly relieved front the task s. , 5
which it is often too feeble to perform, that of -,
reducing the salts and higher oxides of iron of -gear., r cf ...,1., il
the common preparation , to that. I , f the pr..
toxides. This, together, probably, with the
peculiar character of the solvent eittpl, , yed, tic
eount, for many persons being able to take the
Peruvian Syrup who rennet bear any other
preparation of iron, and in the language of a
distinguished physician of this city, who has
used the Syrup very extensively in his practice,
for its bqi . rtg Tollnti - 'so pectiliarly congenial 1.4,
the fumes codstitution. -
In reading the pamphlet, one is greatly
struck by the variety, and in many cast', the
appareittly hopeless character of tins, diseases
which have been cured by this remedy. The
only possible explanation M . 5.1.11a seem to be
the ono] which is given ill the "introduction, -
that the use-called different diseases cured by
the Peruvian Svriip are in reality only di11...r
-ent phases of disease, depending nii one and
the same cause, viz: impaired and imperfect
digestion," and consequent deterioration of the
blood. This explanation is rendered the more
probable by the lust that every case of the cure
of local disease by the Syrup, is accompanied
by great improvement, and, in isms!, i it .t aisce ,
complete recast cry of the general health - -
Whatever explanation may be given u t th e
ae41,,,n or Lilo nyrup, its cures are proved to
have been numerumi, and, in many instances,
most remarkable, by the te , stiniony of physi
cians and other witnesses, whose position, in
telligence, and well-known character lift tbem
above the suspicion of having been • deceives]
themselves, or of attemptirt to deceive oth
ers.
The Peruvian Syrup falls been extensively
used by physicians in Peru for about fifteen
years, and by physicians and others in the
'United States for five- years. Several of the
Peruviar, physicians—whose high personal and
professional standing is attested by doss. Man
uel Tirado, late 'Minister from Peru to the
United States—ansia large number of physi
clime and other intelligent persons of this
country, declare in the strongest terms, their
conviction of the safety, efficacy, and great
value of the Syrup as a remedial agent. Only
n small part of this great body of evidence is
published in the pamphlet; but this part is
amply sufficient to produce P hi!"ilitr clunVie
tiOn in n,ery tosprejudieed Oho. Messrs.
Thomas A. Dexter and Samuel May, two well
known citizens of Boston, of the highest re
spectibility, state that they have examined it
large number of letters from distins•inished
physicians, resident is: Yarbtos parts of the
country, commending pile Syrup, and describ
ing cures effected with it. 'lffie statements
contained in these• letters they regard, to use
tbelangliage of 'Mr. Dexter, -45 '",sufficient to
establish the character of any medicine." Iff r
Dexter also states,' nil "a' faist Within his per
sonal knoWledge latest well Isisoys to rahny
othersi 'that the Syrup is used by not a few
among the most prominent physicians of Boa.
ton."
We subjoin a few quotations to show in what
terms physicians of established reputation for
character and ability, who hate extensively
used the Syrup in their practice s,,eal: of it.
Jose 'd Espinar, M. D., PresidentAttie Medi
cal Society of lane; ' Professor of Chemistry
and Botany in the University of Quito, &c.,
writes as follows : " I am so well persuaded
that the Peruvian Syrup has contributed to en
rich modern pharmacy, that I shall not hesi
tate to use it in preference to any other remedy
in all cases where n tp4ip vi-,q4icit.o may be
quired. Its great curative powers I conceive
be.owing to the base of its composition, position, and
the; remarkably happy combination of itsin
gredients." M. Aranda, M. D., says . : "Tab
such wonderful proof of the hygienic p9Pfer
of this composition, 1. now' nOl f rer hesitate
Abraham Wendell,
formerly a student of Dr, Winslow Lewis. of
this city, and for more tin's , 1`,','.71,y years an
eminent practitioneer of medicine and surgery
in Lima, says; "As soon as Its virtues be
come known In the United States, public opin
ion will placeit far above all other composi
tions yet introduced into the medical world for
the relief of human ullseries." H. E. Kin
ney, M. D., a native of Troy, N. Y., and for
0 Lima,o of
th e writes
Peruvian' t u
Syrup "After
fo for twenty years sin eminent physician in exten
sain extensiveVepactiee inus
five years past, I do not hesitate'te say, that
sUch of the component parts of the remedy as
ake familiar to me, as exhibited by chemical
analysis, I know to be propitious to health;
and such as are not developed by analytic
scrutiny, I am also persuaded cannot be dele
terious, never having known a single case in
PITTSBURGH. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1859.
~;.1 _1 r 1 - ‘ter te :ei , :I r Veil tlie• fe,e. it , requeeto
FATAL RAII.Ito.‘ Ir .
-A ''''':'• . • .1 ~, I ,1.,. L.,,1,h ..-.; , ,,',t,,,1nteath./ft negleeted.
mimed NVilliani Thomps, , r, wa : kiu,.d ~,,,
~, i., , ,,..... hlnne.luste relief i•afforded
Johrtbt,,wn. on the l'ent. , Is am,. nuilr, , ltd,
, ..1...,,k )1,,,i,, h, whirl; , frequently the fore-
Itt.t. week. He left the how-, of l'atrielc l'ow-
~, , ef ...ye, e, 1.
ie:,-V !he ro
n• of WILSON'S PILL'',
er, in Cambria City, late at night, inteLdiat:. to
~„ .
.„
„ re yr „ .1 ,„,,,,
.t.,,
--'.•lhy B L. FAHNE , o
TcK
ao to hi, home, which I, ab,ait a mile bed,w the .
.t ,, . IV 1, , ,h. Irro,/,,, and proprietor. ~f Ii I.
town, near the railroad. lle wai mu,h int,,a
-- were.. It' , . N't 7:v:ru:or. N., a. Wrreri 4treet,l'at,Atrgh
Mated at the time, and It i.i ,up[a , ,ed that w heti
...,/,;•, a, tern lo - 0r0c,,,t- ererOehere.
he reached the railroad he tell ttero,.... tier tr. Ic. ,
and before hr ttuuld itttvotatr himself, n train
BY ST E.\ NI —As a testimonial of
wier .u. , N , a s thatroverod tltt . I trltonothf.c ro..nner, perfet't nen t to tine.i
engineer of tile hod rn•ight tram o t t u t in. , wo-t • ntgoLotog not-tone t t, s.rhtt. t•cooeto0 14 St•ei, , ( lß, , i ~.t
the ,i
-t
pttses Johinttoyin at one o'Cliti 11,
had probably born h-v the tir-t train. „(.... tit. Mod plan of heating
loth hi. leg, were t t•I otr the 4:r.•.% "tt'il atrtt.to I tit. ~, , •11.1 NY at.l Venite stheult• in , the city 01
his head horribly rot hjed n- Pat:.
91105 t. 1.e.t1 bunt'. and a tt•rditd We '
irr to Fiye co s tars
the otTect thn t he nod hia deuthr Lill , )1111er, Jr. Jotto MarLlcol, ./c., NI Tootle, George
over by the oars while intoxicated.
Cowpor, attar 11.11 111,011 ,,,
of 'Acme month,. ha , returned to dm city, timl
is now making arrangements to reopen hit
dancing academy. at Neville Ilall. for t!...
and winter. .As will be own he the ad, rti•4
tint in another column, he propoic.,
for the .t.action on Saturday, September :Id. Ile
teaches all the latest and most b a dOon a ble
room and parlor dances, fincy dun • 1, 1 :111.1 (..,
tillions, and during the
nos crhil.ited -=rich a prtol
a' a trotter and has acct with such site,. -.11.a;
there can be little doubt t.f its contitoo , e.
He will introduce, during the s ea—n. u T:11,
ber of new daffi,s. . •
unit others. Parents who d.-ire Mo., it
children thoroughly duct - at-I to its art T. rp
tdelioreart cannot fold a better tutor than 1:r
Cowper. i
St UDEN' DEATH I W.NI .\ 1 , 1 LEX I (14
Tue,day, while a 1,3 n ('-onn,
about I%.cty-rire )cat, agc, rc•idirsg at tho
cornor of T.O titn and tcca;ur =treat', Sl7:th
Ward. wa , seated at Ow f , ll
from his ("hair, while in the a , t of liftlne,
fork to tilt mouth, and expired inino•diatcir.
A phy s ician wa.9 called in, who attributed hi,
sudden cloutse to apoplexy. He has enjoyed
good health; but we an informed . that two
week! , since he came from Cineinnati to thi ,
cite on foot, and had but one loaf brval f,q•
. •
fond on hit long iourm.,
a Mau 'Wont thirty-ficc, named
John M'Cardell, residing in the same
who had been in delicate health for some days.
died 10140 1'11.1,1 0 111y haying been Wl ,'
about the home two 1i0;7. - .2 uuiarc
01 en ix .1 in_ —George Page, an old man of
about -fifty-live, died in the county ji,il yester
day morning. He has been a long
time, hiviing arrested nearly a year ago
for stealing •sidrinshi , ep-skimi ; he tiers . vd twti
terms in Jail before trinl, and was the,, ~imt
emied to a further term after ~;orp.irtion. lie
lue ti6`il under treatment for chronic diarrhea
for some time, and bud heroine quite feeble.
During Monday night he WM very ill, and
growing worse, died about ilve o'clock in the
morning, despite all efforts to save his life.
Coroner Bostwick held an inquei,t, and the
above facts appearing, a i,erdiet. was rendered
PLRE Ia 131Mi1 win \\L—About twelve
o'clock on Tuesday, tire was discovered in a
building in tho rear of Bedlord Hall, on Car
son street, Birmingham, kept by Jacob Young,
and connected with the house. The first
was a stable, while seirnlitt floor were
c4rctiEUey uptretmenti. The lire burned fierce
ly for a time, 'but was extinguished before the
buildingfrom
the
irotyconwshuin4d.iii.iieyrr engines promptly on the
spbte' Tlto .oes is small, not exceeding five
hundred dollars, an is, 'Nye learn, fully covered
by iiistiranoe,
STILL ANOTHER —Mr. John Cuthbert, a
young mechanic of this city, has just comple
ted, for a club in the vicinity of the Diamond,
a four-oared shell boat. She is light, well
built, and bids fair to give a good account of
herself. She is called the "J. C. Menchlish,"
after a gentleman of Wood street. A set of
colors will be presented to the club this even
ing.
WHEN we attempt to compare the merits of
the different sewing machines now in use, it is
not difficult to decide in favor of the new and
elegant Finkle Machine, sold by J. L. Carna
ghan & Co., Federal street, Allegheny city. *
HIINT & MINER have Frank Leslie's Maga
zine, the Lady's Book for September, and all
the new publications of the day, at their great
periodical depot, in Masonic Hall.
M A LIVIOUS MISCHIEF.—MichaeI Donahue
lived in a house belonging to Diana Danger
h eld. in the Seventh Ward. Upon the pre
text that he did not lay his rent, Diana notifi
ed Michael to leave the premises. Michael did
leave, and Diana, on Tuesday, appeared before
Alderman Rogers and charged him with ma
licious mischief in ttat before leaving be had
torn down the bake-oven, taken oil some of
the boards from the house, and done sundry
other things which Diana did not approve of,
Michael gave bail to appear at Court.
THE coal diggers' strike is gaining impor
tance. The diggers at Bailey, INVKain & Co• . s
'Works, near Birmingham, have recently join
ed forces with the strikers, and the "Miners'
Justice Society" now numbers over five hun
dred. Meetings aro held daily, which a re
largely attended, and et which the diggers ex
pre, their determination to hold out until
their d,'mands are complied with.
UNI V ERSALIST MEETING. —On the first Sat
urday and Sunday of September next a Uni
ver,alist ba , ket meeting, or series of meetings,
will take place in a grove on the farm of
Ephraim Crum, on the Ennkstown road, about
two miles from Jefferson, Cambria county. An
eminent Uis vermli , t ii VITO.' from this city, it
Ltt,d, will be present and preach on the oc-
I GAVE BAIL.--Jnvob Tonle,the man who
',tabbed young Irwin so ~ e rionsly, about,a week
kinr:...,urrendortid hi in,-1F at Alderman Rogers'
on )Inn day, and gave bail in five hundred
t an , wer a charge of 11.ault and bat
, tery with intent to kill.
W c h,,p e th e ('/ .ieh man wiil now cease
1, , w1i1,4 , the -insane ri vat rr" between
the, oornpetinp; ferry line;, as Captain Torrens'
ferry boat was tied up yesterday, at least fur a
GEORGE W. SMITH,
SITEIZI , JR 11:11i LE k Fit Es ALF
OEVLING BOTTLED ALES,
Tll I -.\ LEH byol to bo upwards uf ;lino
hurmit , i ul,l. htt: >• v, ..teare , now the age of
Mural.",
• 1, ~/ Pixfirres i•ump,
Ki.,14.1 and 118 Fint et,
dol:tlyla•
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mutt,.f 1. - It by
under the •lirerintenduno..
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L.; .1: • f Nr4.l.llllnle,
Artoom-: pine, of r.•.ot
i.O1111.1,•11 thole hrtneht - i
Or
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tiriii-104 hrtltir
iHri , the H fill it Wr,ttly to their •H',Vtiri:i.tte r •
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I.l' ER TZ Fit, 1 1 ou,e, Sign and
P.1114-N and n Icit at Vie,r,
, trvet
Qin Ire prom FOly AtientlecL 4dm
Mrs:o MANI ILEMFDIE. , BErour:
tle • pelete 1. , 1 the curt - of Dy.entery,
liver Complamt. or any other Ins
!
0 41, •111 g fr,r, 11. AI: the head On stomach, Inc
.1 11-3TETTLII . s CELEBRATED STOMACH BIT
-I ER: , alc fAT tine 110,4 i•Frlalil 111 It, efi,t, Viii, S 1 ho
suaormi . .: the flint lon htrolg paM , , remember that a
b Atte, of (It!, rowerftil. yet pleasant compound trill
Thowetntl+ "rune tik,Pt 1 - 5,44 cloe,
to the pit/114.1)y Ow:4e
vlo c 4010,01'4 , A lis . power A trial 1, all that 14
./ , 'll,l to bring as TWO . Marl, W1t1105,1 . 4 into the field
th.` publ/k• 111111'
Sold by druggists and dealer= generally eyc.p wuero
11(TT,TEtt n n'SSITII,
Miluiltau ‘ tUrers and Pr4rletorw,
No.TA Water, and tS Front stroatA
IsiteN,l MORE BALDNESS OY, L.. 41 V.AIE
I Jules liatlers ERV, Mi t enienee, or Hair Inclgiorp.4
11.1alling rei.,, , t'er of liAir and Sight. It tranlot - 13... ,
I grin, or impaired hair into the 111 . 0.,1 V , .6autaul imagi•
I nable
uy ri. L. FAHSESTOCK tr. CO, No. GO, corner of
V ood cuid Fourth atreeta, Drugposts generally, and at
the Laboratory of Jules Hauel ,t Co., No. 704 Chestnut
street, rlitlndelploa.
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JOSEPH MEYER & SON,
man,:raoturer,, and wholasrd. and Retail Dealer. , iii
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS,
No. 4 , 94 Penn Street, above the Canal,
Hare on hand a large assortment of Fancy and Plain
Furniture, in Walnut and Mahogany of their own manu
facture, and warranted equal in quality and ut t yla tte any
manufactured no the city, Hell 'at reasonable
ar!oes real
W} COLLARS, DOG COLLARS.-Of
l sixes to suit the largest New FoutidlatiA or tle
smallest Terrier, at Low Friers
negi MUZZLai, DOG MUZZLES,
1:1==11!111
L A 11 I E
COLORED GAITERS,
OF \rumps STYLFA
TO CLOSE OUT, AT
w. E. SCHMERTZ et. CO,S.,
DRESCOTT'S HISTORICAL WORMS.
The Conquest of Mexico; 3 vols.
The Conquest of rem; 2 vols.
Ferdinand and Isabella; 3 vols.
Phillip the Second; 3 vols.
Charles the Fifth; 3 vols.
Biographical and Critical Miscellanies; I col.
.IY7 KAY A CO, 55 Wood street.
THE LATEST NEWS
BY TELEGRAPH_
PHILADELPHIA, August 23.—A serious riot
took place at Tacony yesterday afternoon. A
great number of persons had been attracted to
that point by a sailing match, a pie-nie by the
pupils of St. Vincent's Sunday School, end a
target tiring by the Franklin Rifle Company,
a German volunteer organization. There was
a strong gathering of rowdy bangers-on. The
rowdies commenced the fight as usual, and
amused themselves by pelting the Germans.
Three persons were seriously stabbed, and car
ried oft by their friends. the Franklin Rifle
Company then marched down to the wharf,
when they were assaulted with a shower of
stones, bricks, etc. The members of the compa
ny retaliated with the butts of their pieces,some
of which were broken and strewn about the
landing. One of the officers fought with his
sword. He was knocked down and his sword
taken from him by a police officer, who
thought the infuriated Teuton behaved like a
madman. Soon after this some of the members
of the company loaded their rifles with pebbles
and fired into the crowd of their assailants.
Two persons were wounded, but their injuries
are not of n serious charcter. The pollee used
their utmost efforts to put a stop to the row and
were partially successful. The steamboat,
Thomas A. Morgan stopped at Taeony at seven
o'clock, when the soldiers, rioters and police
men, including. a squad of orneers from Frank
fort, embarked on board for the city, where the
parties landed peacefully. The rowdies groan
ed and hissed as the company marched up
front the landing, but otherwise there was nu
attempt to create a disturbance. Three of the
members of the Rifle company were cut about
the head in a shocking TrvaLoP.
BALTIMORE, August 23.—The Baltimore
Sun of this morning publishes an account of a
dreadful series ot outrages perpetrated on Sat
urday night on hoard tbe steamboat Empress,
which left here the same evening with a large
company for the camp meeting at Choptank
river. After getting sonic distance from port,
a party of rowdies, rallying under cries of
Eubolts, Ranters and Rip Raps, made an
in
discriminate assault upon the white and color
ed passengers. Several were knocked down,'
stabbed, or horribly beaten. Several white
men were robbed of their watches and moneY,.
the assailants blowing out the light to escape
recognition. A colored loan was stabbed and
rubbed, and his wife outraged in his presence.
(in Sunday morning, the Sheriff of Dorchester
~unty arrested four of the ring•leaders, and
committed them to jail. One colored man
said to have died of his wounds.
Hugh Sullivan was shot in the head and in
'tautly killed lust night, when on his way
house, about twelve o'clock. Several arrests
. have been made, and the coroner's inquest is
now engaged in investigating the circumstan
ces leading to the murder.
GENEVA, N. Y., August 23.—Quite a num
ber of prominent American politicians have
congregated here to attend the meeting of the
State Council to-day. The stru . ggle will be on
the time of holding the State Convention.
Daniel Pitman, who, it is said, represents the
policy of Thurlow Weed, will oppose a call of !,
Convention of the party on the Lame day on
which the Republicans will hold theirs, that
they, may not be embarrassed by any union
with the Americans. Tho Buffalo delegation,
vim favor an union, and act with the anti.
Weed Republicans, advocate the holding of
the Convention on the ith of September, at
Syracwo, so us to force the Republican Con
vention either to recognize the Americans, or
drive them into an open rupture. The chances
thus far seem to be in favor of the calling of
the Convention to meet on the '2lst.
AllE;tlA, 2:1.-A private des
patch from tarlisle, Indiana, announce: the
death of lion. dolin A. Davis, of that State,
and formerly Speaker of the United :gates
Rouse of Bepresentativei,
The Preiident has reeognlzed Henry Schon
dortl as t \ohstil of the Prince of Reuss, (of the
elder beaneh of the Prince of Reuss), of the
Junior branch, to reside at New York.
has al,' recognizol C. E. Stewart as Consul of
Belgium, to reside tV, Charleston, South Caro
lina.
rho Pre,idtmt has tippointed William .1.
Wright, junior, of Maryland, as Consul at
Stint,
Prole-:or Dimity, the new Mini,ter to Cen
tral A IllOr left, will leave about the first or Sep
tember for Costa Rica.
General CitsF. will entertain at dinner ti,dav
Minister Mats and M. I,N , littler loud
attention: have
giddied •entlennm ecinneett.4l
vita tae exe,utive departun•nt ~f uur g.,vern
rnent.
ST. L.VT:, AukZu...4 —ll. , Leaven worth
and 11 n ver lily pres:, with dates to the
lath, arrived here to-day, with pis let, , song,ers
and ,ix.teen thou , and dollars in gold dust.
le' 'l to c isq the
A portion of the State Constitution recently
framed has been published. N allusion to the
slavery ytestion is made iu the bill. The right
of suarage are restricted to white,. 'l it local
papers at re, , pect to the previsiOnS of
the Con-titution.
ank:4 la
YLTLEL.
DOWN & TETLEY'S,
136 Wood street.
SELLING OFF AT COST.
31 FIFTH STREET
Riot near Philadelphia
Outrages in Baltimore
Gathering 'of Americans
From Washington
From Pike's Peak,
The richest discovery since the last arrival
WM made between Cape Lapondra and Che
yenne Pass, although openings of veins or lead
were daily occurring there. There is a
great ru-h towards Che 0111112 PaSS, where it
reported that one hundred to a th0u,,...a dollar,
per day had been mrd, , ,i a single hand. Rich
quartz uuundance everywhere. Emi
gration but steady. Business was bri,l;
at Denver City. 7tierohandize and provisiov,i
were selling cheap.
The 4n - j et:4cau Telegraph Company.
NEW loas, August 23.—The Amerieau
Telegraph Company have obtained permission
from the Secretary of War to open' a marine
telegraph sttion at tort Lafayette, in the Nar
rows, Mid will proct ed immecilaisAy to lay a
cable from that pAnt to .t \ort ilamilton, where
it will ,;:p.uuect 'with the Brooklyn line, which
stretches to New York. This line will give
the company unequalled facilities for reporting
marine news, night and day, as it will also
connect with the line already constructed from
1 Sandy look.
C2==l
U. S, Steamer Fulton---Three Men
illed,
NOVSOLK, vs,, August 23. —The United
States steamer Fulton will try her armament
before leaving for the Gulf to cruise off Cuba
and the adjacent islands, a special service.
The boiler of a dredging machine on the Al
bemarle and Chesapeake Canal, near this city,
exploded this morning, when three men were
killed.
Opposition Meeting in Virginia
fitctimuND, Va. August 23.—A largo meet
ing of the Cippositlon was held hero last night,
avid resolutions were passed expressing a pre
ference for John M. Botts for President, and
recommending the holding of a State. Conven
tion during the fall.
Nominated
LOCK i liev Es, PA., August 23.—8. Rush
Petriken has been nominated by the Republi
cans for the Legislature, as an investigation
candidate on the sale of the State canals. The
vote stood 48 to 8. His opponent is William
Fearon.
Frie at Cairo--Gold from Pike's Peak
ST. Louis, AugliSt 23.—A Special despatch
lo the Deniocrat says that thirteen buildings
Were burned at Cairo this morning. The loss
is $lO,OOO.
The Omaha Republiglan says that Charles
Leslie, of Marion county, Pa., arrived on the
14th, with 10,33 ounces of gold dust from Clear
Creek. Leslie professes to have discovered the
richest diggings yet found. He will return to
the States for the purpose of procuring quartz
mills to work them.
LotriavlLLs. August23.—Theriveris
with four feet seven inches water in the canal
The Turf.
BOSTON, August 23.—A trot between Flora
Temple and Princess, for a purse of one thou-
sand dollars, mile heats, best three in five, came
off this afternoon. Flora won three straight
heats, making time as follows: Ist heat, 2:33;
2d, 2:20; 3d, 2:34.
COMMERCIAL.
PITTSBURGH BOARD OF TRADE AND
MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE.
President
WM. H. SMITH
Vice Presidents.
ISAIAH DICKEY, Ist.
Treasurer.
N. HOLMES, Jr.
Superintendent
GEORGE H. THURSTON,
Stage of Water.
River—two feet :ex inches water in the channel
PITTSBURGH MARKETS.
Reported! Express ly for the Dal Ls, Morning Posi.
Prrntonau, August 2a, 1859.
Flour... Sales 20(a) bbla, from Pearl Mill on private
teem , From store. 685 bbls. at $5,1005,15 for super
fine, (.5,110@5.50 for extra do, and $5,50@5,75 for extra
family; fancy brands $0,00@6,19.
Grain... Sales 1.110 bush. Corn, from first hands, at
ssc.; 50 twit. from store, at 95e.; 140 bush. do. at 5.9 e .;
Wheat 50 1.11,1 i. Kentucky White at $1,25; 105 hush.
Mediterranean at $1.20; Oats: 2120 bush, from depot, at
40c.: let bu,11., front store, at 45CE,48c.
Feed..... Sales at fend Mill of 25 tone Bran and Shorts
75t3f90c. 100 1b,.: Ml tons Ship Stuffs at 90@95e.:
10 i a, Middling. at ,y1.115(44,40; 14', ton Rye offal at s.lpo
le 100
Corn Ptiral._-ialv3 100 bush, from first hands, at
95c.; 25 burn., trom etore, at $l,lO.
flay.. Sales from sealer of 9 loads at $15017 3% ton.
Rye Flour , ales 50 bbls., from first hands, a
g 1,20 11 W.; 20 bbls., from store, at $5,15.
slot...sales 50 bbls. Not extra at railroad, at 91,1214
in lots, from Store, at $1,25.
Rags—Sales 1 ton mixed at 3 1
. 4e. 33 the
Cheese... Sales 46 boxes from store, at B®B%c
Bacon... Sales b7OO lbs. at 7W4I7Xe. for shoulders
9?"9.4i'5 - % , . for sides, i,ini.llo! , Alo)le. for hams: 1500 IDs
, ugsr cured hams at 12 ;c.
Sugar... Sales 11 Idols. at Se. is
Ificilasse•...S.tles bbis. ri. O. at 42e.
Coffve...Sales 5 sacks Riu at 12%@12.;Yei
tierei-s at 51.1 e.
Llrive...Sali ,, 32 titils. Louisville at SI;.L
Beans... Sales 5 bhls. small white at $3.,10 vi bush.
wrstsky...saies 36 bbla Roctif aal at Je, IA gat
11: hl.h. oild Rye at $l,OO 2 gal.
Philadelphia Market.
PHILADELPHIA, August 23.—The receipts of Flour con
finer very small. and the market is dull, and prices
drooping; sales of old stock id $1.75, 11/14 fresh ground
superfine at $5.00@5,25; extra ranges from $5,50 to $ 6 , 00 .
Rye Flour steady at $3,7t.. Corn Neal at $3,62 50 There
is a fair amount of Wheat arriving from the uth, but
from t6s anterior and the West there is none cominc.
4euised is moderate, and .5000 bush sold at sl,ll3@t
I.a) for red, and $1;2541.30 for white. Rye scarce and
wanted. Corn is iu good demand at Ole for yellow.
loaf, in good request at 37e for old, and"3.54.3W4c for
new. No movement in Groceries worthy of notice; 100
caNks Riee Win. Whisky advancing, sales of
hin :,t :171.
New York Market.
Ne'v yovv. A,. g a s t 2,,o.—Cotton flab sales 500 hales.
Flour firm; sales 1.1.Z.06 buts. Wheat firm, but the quo
ninon, are mesenal, and the sales to-day unimportant
Coon mut ifiles 12500 taishelit yellow 85c. Pork buoy
ant spd Metier, sales 4900 bbls at $15,00 for mess, and
$10.5 0 for prime. Provisions generally quiet. Butter
firm at 1::(q;l7e. Sugar buoyant Havana 616 1 ,4 e. Lin
-s)e 'fohaere quiet Kentucky 4 ) 9g. Whis
ky advanced Ste. with sales at 26 . 1,4 c. Pig ron steady at
2:;! Leal Galena
Cincinnati Market.
CINLIVIATI A14411,t :M.—The Flour market is still fur
ther streng thened he Eastern news superfine a4,c,04
4.:5. Wheat is held firmly at 9&t 98e for red, and 31.05
1,3,10 for white. Corn unchanged. Oats dull at 40@41c.
llyo 724 - .75e. The Provision market is favorably affected
by the news, but the prig are not quotably higher.
sites of tuwon shoulders and sides at 7@93 . .4e, and of
bulk at 6e. Whisky: there is a good demand
at 21e.
:tack Market.
ock. firmer—
'Michigan Central ..... -. 44%
Galena .4r Chicago 64%
Cleveland I Toledo... 22,14
Chicago* Rock Sound 65
New York S
NEW YORK. A11141.1.t
Eno, 3d mortgage._ ..... 115
New York Central.... 73X
Remlink 44
N11.,1). bouthern, pro— 23
IL T. KENNEDY.
PEARL STEAM MILL
ALLEGHENY CITY,
FL T. KENNEDY Sr. BRO.,
WHEAT RYE A.ND CORN PURCHASED
FLOUR, CORN MEAL AND HOMINY,
MANUFACTURED AND DELIVERED
IN DITTSBURt;R Ali) ALLEGHENY.
TER3IS, CASH ON DELIVERY
mtLVd.tw]
REMOVAL.
W. & D, HUGUS,
11-vE A
REMOVED TO NO. G 9 MAR
-1 ET Street, corner of Fourth, where they will re
noun MI the first of Septemher,when they will remove to
their new son', now being built nt the old stand, corner
ME=l2=E
THE LOYALHANNA HOUSE,
PENNPA.
TLA ROE AND WELL VENTIL
i_ LATEI. HOUSE.% pleiwantly located within a few
d of the Penn'a Railroad, is now open for the re
'Copilot, of summer visitors. A tine ten-pin alley ha:.4
r.t.oott, been erected on the premises, and tine fishing
:Mon e:I near liy.A l! trains step hem. Char ges modetatu.
I ) Mthiarf.,in CHAS. \V. FISHER, Proprietor.
REM 0 "C 7 .4=. I , -
MRs. NV RPER'S MILLINERY
Si (Nus is removed from No. :A Fifth street. to
1 on the opposite side of the street, next door to
goon, tree t Co.'s new nom. seeond story. (nue
REMOVAL._
a, W. PITTOCK
II a I removed office to Stilyth's Derr Peri.lieftlStOre
N. 131) Ftflh Street
fthoSING OUT, AT REDUCED PRICES
out eutuo stock, preparatory to removal, about
SEPTEMBER IITH,
To our NEWS LORE-ROOM ON FIFTH STREET.
EATON, CUE 3; CO,
anal; nurr,er Fifth and Market sts
ALLEGHENY CEMETERY.
SECRETARY AND TREASURER'S OFFICE:
AT No. 37 FIFTH STREET
SUPERIN'rENDANT'S OFFICE
AT THE CEMETERY.
osIERY, GLOVES, Black Lace Mitts,
BAJOVS KILL iijkOVES,
oop Slort.s Co.rset 4 , Jte
JOHN N. CRAWFORD,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
DAVENPORT, lOWA.
F.:special attention given to collecting and scaring
claims of every kind.
RITER. To—Jeremiah Dunlevy, Sr.,
E. J. Roberts, Esq"
Capt. R. J. Grace, •
Roberts A Melton. Attorneys. lapl9
F. A. :111ERSCR & SONS,
FP.ENCII AND
AMERICAN CONPUTIONARY,
Wholesale and Retail.
Ice Cream. Cakes, Soda Water, Gum Drops, and Con
feetious of all kinds always on band.
D'2B 42 St. Clair street.
D. C. KNEELAND
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
SQUARE AND OVAL BONNET. BOXES; .
Also, makes to order PLAIN AND FANCY PAPER
suitable for Shoes, Dry Goods, az., at. Eastern
prices. Corner Virgin alley and Wood street, (third
story—over CitisensrEank,)-Pittaborgh.Pa.
NO. 57 COLWELL STREET FOR SALE.
—A brick dwelling, of hall, six rooms, bath room,
cellar and attic shade trees and shrubbery. Lot 22 fee
!root by 80 deep; very pleasant location, all in good or
der. Price 14,2D0. Terms easy.
augl, B. CUTHBERT it BON, 61 Market at.
Ambrotype and Photograph
GALLERY,
No. 7O Fifth Street,
Alir Photographs, colored or plain, taken at short no
tice, at Eastern prices, and warranted equal to them.
SMALL PICTURES ENLARGES) TO LIFE SIZE, and
colored in Oil. mrB
AMBROTYPES.-
EDWARD GREGG, 2d
A BEAUTIFUL AND DURABLE PICTURE
WARRANTED, CAN BE HAD AS LOW
AS AT ANY FIRST CLASS ESTABLISH-
31 - EST IN THE COUNTRY, AT
LIFE-SIZE,
IMPERIAL,
AND MEIMIIM
Colored in Oil, Pentane, or,Plidry in the most artistic
style, and at Eastern prices. •
WALL'S GALLERY,
PHOTOGRAPH;'AMBROTYPE, RE
LAINOTYPE, AND DAGUERREOTYPE GAL
LERY, Cbr. Fifth and Grunt streets.—The subscriber hav
ing fitted up rooms in APTIGHE'S BUILDING, is now
prepared to take Likenesses that CANNOT FAIL TO
GIVE SATISFACTION.
Call andexamine the collection.
STEAM ENGINE BUILDERS,
IRON FOUNDERS,
General Machinists and Boiler Makers,
NEAR THE PENN'A R. R. PASSENGER DEPOT,
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF
Stepan Engines, ranging from three to ono hun
dred and fifty horse power, and suited for Grist Mills„
Saw Mills, Blast Furnaces, Factories, etc.,etc.
Give particular attention to the construction of En
gines and Machinery for grist mills, and for uprights,
malay, and circular saw mills.
Have always on hand, finished and ready for shipment
at ahort notice, Engines and Boilers of every description.
Also, furnish Boilers and Sheet Iron sewately, and
Wrought Iron Shafting, Hangers and Pullies 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.
.I -Orders from all parts of the country solicited, and
promptly filled. mrM,Cmdaw
T.A IZTI SUPERIOR COPPER MILL
PARK, RIPCURDY & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF SHEATHING,
Braziers' and Bolt Copper; Pressed Copper Bot
toms, Raised Still Bottoms, Speller Solder, de., also im
porters and dealers in Metals. Tin Plate. Sheet Iron,
Wire, de. Constantly on hand, Tin.men's Machines and
Tools. Warehouse, No. 149 First, and 120 Second streets,
Pittsburgh, Pa. Special orders of Copper cut to any de
fired pastern. myZi-dydaw
I=3
SMITH, PARK &
NINTH WARD FOUNDRY
PITTSBURGH, PA.
Warehouse, No. 149 First and 1... T Second streets.
Manufacturers of all sizes anddescriptions of Coal Oil,
Retorts and Stills, Gas and Water Pipe, Sad Irene, Dog
Irons, Wagon Boxes, Steel Moulds, Putties, Hangers and
C°t Ai r s 'll o n gbing and Machine Castings of every descrip
tion made to order.
Having a complete machine shop attached to the
Foundry, all necessary fitting will be carefully attend
ed to. rnvlydsw
WARRANTED Pure and Un- - -,--,-,„
adulterated, and to Air 9 AV E ''—'"
Pickles for years, the same that I have ~...."._.
sold to a nnaority of the Pittsburgh Gro. , ......... •
oers for TVBLVZ TEARS, and which has taken , ‘''EC A
Three First Prep:Litmus I, 7=l
at Pennsylvania State Fairs, I am now of. 14.
fering to the city . and country trade at ,
greatly reduced prices.
Please order direct. Terms Cash.
A. 8ALL013,116 Water street,
between Smithfieldand Grant,
Pittsburgh, Pa.
mr2ldaw
&am Elastic Improved Cement and Canvass
Patented Aspheltic Roofling Felt.
ROOFING MATERIALS FOR SALE,
WITH VSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLYING. OLD
75 SMITHFIELD ST.,BET WEENY° URTH &FIFTH
Valuable Market Street and Man
chester Property for Sale.
THE SUBSCRIBERS, in virtue of powers
conferred upon them by the will of the late Judge
Riddle, offer for sale the following excellent business
lots+ tions
A lot fronting 31 feet on Market street, by ,176 feet
deep to Chancery Lane, with the two three-story busi
ness houses on Slarket street, a two-story house in the
rear of the 8.411 W, and a two-story dwelling house on
Fourth street. The lot has a front of 34 feet on Fourth
street, by 60 feet deep on Chancery Lane. This proper
ty, from its large front on two streets, offers a favorable
opportunity to business men desiring a good business
location.
In order to accommodate purchasers,
the Fourth
street, extending back on Chancery Lane 30 feet, will ba
sold separately from the Market street property.
Also, a lot of ground in the borough of Alruicheater„
having a front on Locust street of 23 feet, ands depth o
166 feet 5 inches, being bounded on one sideby 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 other side of Leckey
alley; this property is now I.n, the occupancy of Captain
Miller. The above property will be sold upon terms
greatly conducive tolhe Interests of purchasers, bothas
relate to price and tame of payment, as the Executors
are arr Mona to close tip the affairs of the estate. For
further particulars, price, terms, to., apply to either or
the subscribers, or to S. CUTHBERT.Agent, Market
street, Pittsburgh. JOSEPH P. GAZZ.OI, M. D,
Office, No. 25 Sixth street-
CHARLES SHALER, Att:y. e,t Law.
Office, 8 Fd'urth street,
CHARLES GIPNER,
78 Market street.
NUMBER- 270
agnentan (galleries.
01:24-E1B.S 7
NEARLY OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE
F' MI 0 T . 0 CI-It.A.F'l-18,
Jones' Building, Fourth street
Mlttfl
WM'. 'AL FABER & CO.,
SMELTING WORKS',
VINEGAR.
FL 00 F I T Ci• -
Rooting, Felt Cement, and Gravel
ROOFING!
Also, Agents For
ROOFS REPAIRED
BATaI d JOHNSON
yl Swdaw
FOUNDRY,
U. WIGHTMAN,
MANUFACTURER OF
Steam Engines, Shalling_and PlAlies
Vag Machines,
Mortice Machin G es,
ear Wheels,
Hangers, etc., etc)
Orders promptly attended to.
asdy ALLEGHENY,
L. HIRSHFELD & SON,
DEALERS IN
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
AND
SHIRT MANUFACTURERS,
No. 83 Wood Street.
The subscribers:respectfully announce that amen
made by them are , ' teed to fin will be forwarded
to any part of the T nion, on receiving from the parties
sending the orders, their personal measurement in
inches, according to the formula given below.
Remember the size must be carefully and accurately
taken, as all necessary allowances are made by the cub
ter o f t
the establishment
First—Sire around the neck.
Secand--Siza around the wrist.
Third—Size around the chest, immediately below the
arm-pits.
Fourth—From the middle of shoulder, length of arm
to wrist joint
Fifth—Height of person, from the shoulder to the
knee •
Inee-pan.
This plan is quite unique, and will be of great Talus to
gentlemen at a distance, who find it impossible to ob
tain at home, Shirts to satisfy them in style and fit.
Also, on hand, a full assortment of Shirts of our man-
. _
&aortae. Any orders addressed to as by mail, will be
promptly attended to.
P. S.—Please state by what conveyance nil are to btir•
shipped.. _ L. HISISH.FELD a SON,
J 7 No. S 3 Wood street.
JAMES HOLMES t CO., Pork Packers
and dealers in Bacon, Lard, Sugar Cured Hame r
de, corner or FIRST AND MARKET STREETS,
Pittsburgt ''?1„
SOAP.- 100 boxes . Buffalo Soar for sale by
len HENRY H. Catadith.
Jame razz, .0.1.