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VOLUME XVII.
Zip: , piviti i post.
JAMES P. BARR,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
Fire Dollars per year, strictly in .1
ranee. Weekly, SiIPZIO subscriptions Two fol
lars per year; in Clubs of five. One Dollar.
LOCAL AFFAIRS.
Departure and Arrival of Passenger
Trains.
Pitt:burgh, F',,rl Ifavar an 4 Chnano Railn.l.
(From corner of Lihortianfl Grant str,a.tn, Pittsburgh.)
Leave Piuntarffh, Cro,tlino. Ft. Wayne
.I:epre , s Train 12:15 A. M. 6:56 A. M. 1:01 P. M
Mall Tram.- 6:50 A. M. .-
Expre, Train 1 . ..!:50 P. M. 0:45 P. M. 2:30 A. M
Arra, nt Glavago :
Expre..4 n 47 P. M. I Exnre , . ,1.7 A. M
Returning. a rive at Pittsburgh:
ANL S:2:1 P.M. Expr.--.:;:ln P. M. I Express, 2.!N1 A. M
(From Federal erect St:lti - .n. Allegheny.)
New Brighton Aceonun9.lation.. !OA A. M. 5. O P. M
..0:05 A. M. 1:110 P.M
Prnavicania Eagrortd.
(From corner of Liberty and Grant atreets.)
Leaves. Arnve,.
Express Train S:5O P. M. 1'.L.45 P. M.
Maul . 2.450 A M. 11:50 P. N.
Fa=t Line 4 : 2o P. M. 12:0 A. M.
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The Jolinstnn.n lVny. PA...sone,
Train
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(Naninnati RoJiroa.d.
( Frnm Ltth.,:y and Grant streets)
Leave , Pitt. Ck,linni.ni. Arr. In Cm.
Ea=t Line 12.15 A. M. Six, A. M. 11.30 A. M
Expre... Tram.. 1.05 I'. M. 1..14 A. M. 73' A. M
Cricket Match
A game of crick, t took Qlace on the IV e , t
Commons, Alle , rheny City, yesterday. between
the Atalanta and Youn. , America Club,. The
game commenced at eleven o'clock, Messrs.
Jenkins end Byron, of the
as umpires. The Young Ameriett took thy
wickets first. The match resulted in favor of
the Atalanta, with six wickets to go down.
The score was as follows:
T S,ott b AL•LauOl
5 b 34 . 1.augt,11:1
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W Brown: 1, M'Lauzlihn
\V Murray
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G Brown: I,lll,3rw.hlin
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F Wi 1:1001.- • 4
J Miller run out_ -1
1' Welch; II Scott.
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Jlnrr.ty 1:10,:ta-... I .1.
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J Mug"... net 001 It I T Itllo.ol
- F.:trltcc, ben.re a loket.. 2 I T
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Wilharn, I.T 1111-0...1
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The Atalanta boy., played well. the batting
especially being very tine, and suell us would
do credit to more, experienced 'darer,. This
is the third match won by thi , cloth within a
few weeks, and the Young American, think
they have achieved 111, groat victory, inasmuch
ILS they have been out of practice, many of
their member. , not having handled a bat for
NV 1 , 1 = th , ! Spirit which flrii•
11110,S the y.,u11.4 4-rick,tvr, The tz:itno
healthy, in vigorntin , 4 ono, 1171(1 NVO • wou ld MO'
to Si, it wore L zeth.‘rwl. The. , clubs
several who r.t. become vory time
players, and 1 , 0 111)1.` coinpr•to
,With c urb dui+ as the I qympie,
Lager fixer.
it i`• 1.1/11t - . 111 th,e United StateF. tint
.• Cotton but we think the mils ersal
beveraLTe lager benr. introduced by our Teutonic
pripulatior„ can (.1,1.1.1.1,,t, t l ,e p:/1:111,1
brat holds ohly a N , .(vDdary po,ition.
dozen year; a go it wa% unknown. but it,
and progress: ta< he, ii rapid. tool now its man
ufacture and yomoimption are enorinoli,
toillionsof..apital are iny,->t , •d in it. , produc
tion, and tlo—e 0110 bate ,i) n.,ted ;ire driv
ing in profitable busiiies-. At I. its core-Luny
tion, the (IQUIREA is s , great 1.11:.t it Can ,(231 , 1 ,-
ly be I:ept up: Those who drink thh, beverage
embrace not only the strung-headed Teuton•.
with whom it hail it; origin, but our own citi
zens, especially the representative, of •• } - uuug
ffrizzle it down in fabulous
les It is said that 0 free inqui•terree iri flint
liquid is not detrimental to health 4r prothic
ive Of the styli, effects as alcoholic drirtks. Lint
nint tots il.t heer t e , _datiltslied, anti many o!
its •votaries will discover their mistake %slier,
hrolcuu fortunes and constitution, and shatter
ed reputations cannot LC` repaired
Inn our own city. the indulgence on this 'tint
ulant, always large, is soil increasing, and the
number of lager beer shops, exclusive of those
in which other liquor; are also sold, i; astound-
ing. We see them springing up at every c.,r
ner, evert street and alley, and in noon
• cuarLers of tine cit,- May be found entire ro.,:s
of herr hails. ' All do n large and thriving
httsinki.
As ire have said, young America ab
orbs its full share of this beverage, and we
have often been pained to see boys of twelve
and fourteen staggering under the influence of
drink which it is agreed, will not intoxicate,
demonstrating the utter fallacy of the asser
tion. But this is not the wor.t evil. na it will
ben-et a thirst for fiery stimulants more sudden
efietc.
•
fiat where do these boys procure their lager?
That it is sold somewhere, no one will deny.
A Dirge prOportion of out dealers are. doubt
less, very careful to whom they sell, never suf
/.6ring minors tai drink in their houses, but
there are others, utterly reckless of the conse
quences, who do not discriminate, and who
will sell as readily to minors as to those of ma
turer years.
The influence of these .is is vory
• ious, and something should he done to abate
them. Parents and guardians should have an
eye upon these establishments, as well as upon
the youth they have in charge, and when they.
find a place where liquor is sold to them, pros
<,ttte the proprietor to conviction and sentence.
Stieh - tt course, steadily pursued, would soon
render our saloon keepers more cautious, and
iieihoim a great temptation from thd young.
STRUCK WITH A HAmm Kn.—Justice liege
man, of Lower St. Clair township, committed
Mrs. Eliza Nelson to jail yesterday afternoon,
Aarged, on oath of officer M. B. Hartzell,
ith tta.sr f tilt and ! i attery op husband,
gelson. ft seems that the pair quar
reled, and that during the row James' better
half struck him on the head with a shoe
maker's hammer, inflicting an ugly but not
a serious wound.
GAVE BAlL—James Porter and James
arrested at Wheeling, charged with
pariicipation in the assault on odicer Ramilton,
have given bail before Mayor Weaver m the
coin of one thousand dollars each, for their ap
pearance to answer at Court.
A REGULAR MILL occurred on the wharf
yesterday morning between two pugilistically
inclined individuals, who, after a few brief
rounds, were separated, and settled their diffi
culties amicably. Happily for them the police
, were net about ) and no arrests were made.
-•
tittsliburiAki.b
Mary Nl'Cor, with several alin.4es;-was sen
tenced-to the Penitentiary for two years for
laceny, and .W illiam Williams for three years,
for pa.':sing counterfeit money, at the last term
-t.4:-.the Mercer county Court.
The best grand jury of Mercer county con
old jail, and the Court have di
rected the CoitkaWsioners to erect a new one.
The German Catholics of Cambria county
have contracted for the erection of a commo
dious brick building for holding worship,
which the contractors expect to have under
roof this fall.
The second brigade of the eighteenth divis
ion Pennsylvania Militia, will hold an en
campment for military in,truction at Kittan
ning, on the 27th, 2tith and _'9th days of Sep
tember next, under the command of Brigadier
General S. V. hightcap. The commanding
officer extends a hearty invitation to the mili
tary of other districts to be present.
The large iron works :it Ihnicansville, Blair
county, are about to be put in operations once
more, which will give employment to a large
number of workmen.
Mrs.. Kuntz, an estimable married lady, 'of
Jetlerson towni.hip, Butler county, I'll dead on
Monday last, while milking
A man, mimed George Nugl•, Wes arrested
in Clearfield the other day. and a lid of bed
clothes and other articles from the Mountain
11 nose, Cre>son, found in his poi.se , sion. He
was committed to jail. A roan named John
()wen, said to bl • conlillinion of the prisoner,
was also arrested and held in like manner.
Colonel John Kane, senior, one of the ohlo,t
re,idont, of Cain bri:t count V, resoling at \\
nure, died on last, in his one
arid fifth Veal'.
MEM
=EI
IMMO
ELM
Some re.ently poi-oriett
three valuable 1 , 1011.45ng
than North Fay
ette ...linty.
To Physicians—lron a, a Medicine
There are sonic iMysiciam. who have objected
to using the Peruvian Syrup, because they as
not know all its constimen', and but they are
combined. The ,ame objection may he urged
against a large proportion of the medicine.,
which they do not. lie,itote to pre,ribc. They
know that opium contain, nnirphine; that Pe
ruvian bark contain, quinine, and they know
front the certificate, of a dietingubdied 'them
bit that the Peruvian Syrup iointains prutoxide
of iron, and is free from any noxiom; ingredi.
ent: but they do nut know with certainty all
the other constituent- of any of the, substan
ces, nor how they a re emnbined. Yet they
give opium and POrllViau bark to their patient ,
flow then can they comidcritly withhold from
them the Pernvian Syrup" How can they
~.,•;e/i1iv., , 1!/ (IL) it, ill 'aid) as have re
si..ted all other retileall , ,, cthen they know or
may know that procia.ly similar eases hal,
been cured by the Peruvian SyrUp?
and corrosive Silbilinate are te , th e“mpounas
chlorine and mercury, not ditTer in chenii
cal tamalitution the I:rop.irti, , n. uI
wllirh their element- are combined. leoca
knowledge of th. Ir ex.a. t composition enable
y one to say 'ally OW firrUler I, a valuable
111 Aicine and the latter a daiolly poison The
truth is that, with exeoption...
prers'eribe medicine , . !rot tweause they
know their CheMiCal 1 , 4:-.titlitiOri, but because
ti,y know their the or!piptAirl.
Thi: knowledge of the Peruvian Syrnp
be obtained in ample measure from a pamphlet.
entitled —Letter- to Clergymen," to be hail
of The objisi•tion • therefore, to using
the medicine on the ground of it-. compettion
feud charweer not twine; :mtliviently known,
can no longer, it iA c,r1ic,11 , . 11. be MU& with
I.a1•••r Sal
In 1)r. (ieor, , ,, N lld
street.
I: \ 1, [..- -Sumo
we a roan iit;ting NV 'Maui 11.
F: lwards, :died on the l'rincipal of Tu,arora
Academy, repreF, tint 'Lis brother and
cotisin NVlhll..ti to enter the si hied, ou Ow rec
ommendation of Prole—or Wilimins, of .1.4-
ferson College: that he, liihisolf, haste t..
to Netc I I Oae hen school: did
not, therefore. wait via ref mull, 1,
-Lay Mr a few d•, l'sat 1 with
it, lit, tllat. that' would COM.. nett ,I!‘v
f,.ilowitt!z: that his r. ho lived wit hiri ten
miles of l'ittslairgh, had vj x,. ! , him In
pay for tlami mild January next. tic i.re
,euted n check on the Corn Exchange limit. •F:
rhilaklelphlit, dflk \VII • l 11. Pe•iii,on l Co_
of Pitt-burgh, in tutor of \V. 11. Edwards,
marked ail :it twimty dot
tars e liang, o h 11, and went his way. The
was :eat L k sod payment
reit oeol, •,• A. A:
account ( ' urn Niliar,j , link. It w
theri sent to, l'ittsliurgm— •T 1 there .
it is needle-s tie did 111,1 cop. , :
' Pie whole thing was a >'•c iodle The ' hop
w ill evidently 1.1 - V ~Iflo• can,) an other
hcool so that the public Inhl nn the
look,iait for him
:: L.,; Inc ~.... 7 .... ~
Pei N lc% —IV a have boar informed that the
1:11111tS of l'Artitltlghtttll.
111,thintj prep:irate,- for It pi,-n;.•.
which Will take I.ln'' on Their-dot, the I t et
Septenther, at filen weed the :Mo
nongahela river. \Ve that
this will anal that ••Yery
fort will be mad- tie render this the ,11
ti. Dinner trill tri • served at 11111'
,Coinch P. at. ,\ tine blind of 1111.1.11.• 1111.. i been
ene.aged I. the eecasi ,, ll.
The Birmingham ferry-boat has Leon
tereti, and cold inake two trip,. U. the Grove
from toe loot of Grant street, the lie-I at nine
eleleek A. at., the ,t,llttki ut tttlit , and a (calf
at.. touching at ilirthihgliani etieb time, and
r.-turn :it .'icon 1) . 1•10ek I' NI to the city.
h: eursien tickets will be I-med. and -01,1 at the
ferry landings, it tWonty cents. dAtildrun . . ,
• tickets lialftriee. Ti n ;round may also tie
• reached by omnibuses, which start from Fifth
street. Dinner tickets can le. procured at Mr.
Quigley . , Fifth street, at fifty .''-rite.
A UTU \ Al —The cool Nos: of the morning;
and rvellim4, %V. i, premonitory of the
uppronrh A ,easrm of
the yollrrw lo!Lf . • !if enntese . there
will he worm rtnv ore the toting frosts
.1' Antonin ;supervene hut the swelter tired op
pressivenes of .dinitniw net gohe The tined.
beautiful SORWII of the year will soon make its
advent; when air. water nod vegetation com
bine to 'sake Mother Earth beautiful to her
children. How old she is—both wrinkled and
grim sometimes—but the sunshine lights up
her features, as good nature does the faces of
all,l we Love ber, and best of
all when she is liberally tilling imr hands with
the autumn harvest of golden grain and lus
eiottA fruits ;
SUDDEN DEATH.—.\ few days since the dead
body of a young lady, only child of Mr. Jas.
Best, was found dead in a field adjoining her
father's residence, in Cook township, West
moreland county. It aopeart that slte t,rft Tier
father't- ru ; ls..jent.e two ,lays ifi.fore on a V6ie to
:Crieigblior, where she spent the afternoon, in
apparent health and r.itod spirits. She left
here and crossed a Ileld ' to g, to another neigh
bor, intending to stay all night. This was the
last seen of her 'dive. t.2he sa, Room twenty
years of a , e, ana had been troubled with heart
disease; which is supposed to have caused her
death.
tlauks:N.--,Jobn Burke, employed in
filling a cart with dirt at an excavation near
the outer depot of the Pennsylvania Railroad,
on Wednesday evening, met with a serious ac
cident. A huge stone, having been under
mined, gave way and rolled down the hill,
striking l t is kg 4/.4 promlcing a compound
fracture. When taken up the bones protrud
ed through the skin ; and after being removed
to Dr. Walter's Hospital it was found necessary
to remove several fragments of broken bone
before the limb could be set.
HABEAS Coarow,—Thomas ar
rested. op Wednesday for affiliation, ,was yes
terday taken before Judge Parke, of the Court
of Quarter Sessions on a ha beas corpus, who,
after a hearing, held him to bail in the sum of
three hundred dollars for his appearance at the
next: term of court.
CoLListolt.—Car No. 1 of the Citizens' Pas
senger Railway came in collision with an iron
wagon, yesterday morning, tearing off a por
tion of ! the platform. The car Wiia laid up for
repairs.
( and End,:
PITTSBURGH, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 1859.
IT is not strange that many persons are dis
satisfied after buying a sewing machine, and
are almost ready to eomdemn all machines, be
cause they have been duped by selecting a low
priced and inferior one. To guard against this
the only course is to get one of the best and
latest itnprovements, and if the cost be some
what greater at first, it is less in the end. The
new Finkle Machine is now the best to be had,
and is sold by .1. I, Carnaghan & Co , Alle
gheny city.
OFF.—The match betwe Aaron Jones and
Toni Sayers, the great English pugilist, for the
championship, is off, the former paying fifty
pounds forfeit, or rather his backer, who is
now endeavoring to get up a match between
the "Benicia Boy" and the English champion
RECOVERED. —The trunk of Mrs. Ellen
Liney, for the larceny of which George Niblo
was committed to jail by Alderman Roger=,
on - Wednesday, has been recovered, it having
been found at a butcher's shop on Smithfield
treet, where Niblo had left it.
WORK ha been commenced on the Birming
ham and Pittsburgh Passenger Railway, on
Carson street. in the borough. About seventy
live hands are employed, and the laying of
cross-ties is rapidly progressing.
THE contract for the erection of the Citizen:,
Bank building has been awarded to Messr:+. A
Patterson A: Co. It will have a front of eh i•cl
(41 stone, and will present u handsome and sub
suintial appearance.
Ni EN'S AND BOYS' CLOTIIIN,7 of every va
riety of style and material, manufactured ex
pressly for us, and decidedly tho best stork
ever offered in this market. Gentlemen and
parents will find it to their interest to call at
our establishment, corner of Federal:street and
the Diamond. Allegheny city, before purchas.
tog elsewhere. A strict adherence to our sys
tem of large sales and small profits has gi vi n
the name of W. 1.1. Arliee Lk: Co., an enviable
pre-eminenco which nu competiun has hitherto
disturbed.
GEORGE W. SMITH,
BREWER, MALTSTER, AM) 110 P DEALER,
Pitt Street, Pittsburgh
lIA V I NG OIMMENCED BREWING
Gar he Avar,,n. 1 Lon now Fepartal W furnish me
custom,. with a
In ll , lanrn to Ml' lirimitn, 1 nm Thai/MA.lm
a very FINE FLAVUI:I-.10 tlll 14.1 i ALL pat
rackagen exhrtinnly hir lama} u
This Ale In not. only a delightful titivertwe, l tin Imtlily
tecomMinltiPtidy the medical faimlty. hir invalid, a hei,
a mild. atimisliin.d Maio i remitted I hi.ye
celeldahnl
1I 33=1
Pn. , tnntly on hand, con-t+tt.: of KENNETT MT 1 . 61:
.\ NI. CH OIPA(NE, Ptt RTE': .tiNIA fifn tIVN
..•ra to on) part of t h e 011). n111,11(111
31E1'111 •ALEII lived to I iti,‘‘ard , 111 tiln.
lonian,' pears obi. 6111 FOTOOty y 4.., 14 !lOW OW N 4 .0 of
Ivan, and in order to roat•ii vlen th, kg.:. It t411.,10,1.,
to ifioi.rd well the health Sl:Oit nilmruta, Oft lie,,it•etuti.
1.+1.1 b. FOrIOIIS tilses,e24. Immediate relief h :atonte.l
, are , slek Ileadaehe. winch frequently the for.-
runner of -evere '1110,4, by the too of WIL , i4 oN'll Pll.l- 0 .
tncli are prepareti an,i by R. L. FA HNES'IOCE
Druggi , t.. :obi proprietor: , of It I_
ritIOII,TOOICN VILFYII/1 off... No. GO WokOi •••IrOOLPltl.bilr,l/
liol t l at retail by .irow.i,tN eryo hero
11 KATIN6 BY STEAM —A, ti
th....,rk manner, 1..4f,, NoNN,TI 01
r.•‘.l.itlng tit whin., ft...Lt.:1.1 Ow
• th... liv.oara 4,1 Ph 01, p,
I. & 1.. r Jr...• 1 ol
.01,11 OW ,NN•IONI W3r.l .•01; .PI
1111 , 1 111 , t
1,. put g i t v
1.,..41.1g
It Milt., Jr., .)afro Ir. )1 Tm,11...
J.,tm I. 1..1
DAVIS A PIIII.I.IPS,
(Jan Pit:trw. Br a s. FranAtirs,
/ , ,,sters ,eru 1/411.riptLni G and i . llll/1.,
N.. 6 7 WI vuul Fir:a htt,burgh.
delCklyle
M ECIIANICS .
rho ...It of wirtell ha- hooh lop,hr fo',t by oor ortrarar.
1r.t00,. 11101,•; ..f
3,,hr,arrr:Crn Ills laalayetto litithhe,r t.to
trurr, 115 Wor.l..treet. It is tir,01.,1 for th.• porr.otual
o,rol•Ition of rho prxmliwt. Nfookihro%. Nl:vort'o•nr
ror... hrorrr. and 1,11-rma: and 4 II plaoo of ro , ort
itoa.r.
el oelit , try. either by eXiitllllettoot tettripie•
tethhe.tiels. h.sl?s, I, hi
telt', the puttiteenti 110411 gre:ttly 1•.11t.-:I .011,11 t age
leave ,tonplett.
Bar The public are respeothtily tuvoe.l to t - i-It the
corLTER NIENTZEP.. Bign virvi
ruartiotltAl Prontern Itn I Gt. - Amer.. l e n 0 ,,, r
,hop on Fourth atre,tnear Mkrl:ot, Burke'.
will be promptly attended. *inn
u.-4" . A ki.N TIIE 11.1tiT I:E.%lFl,jr,
r, liy.eutery,
C mmlaint, m any iithi•r
ea.ie art.ttliz from weillrimsi in the hea.l or .tOtnli•lt. Ur
.1. lEi r
EErr far the rttna eertion in it• rtleet. oi
.11' , .111
to.ocrOil, 1,i111 , ..1111 , 1 A 111
01. rd y}...141 reiwf. ”I U "I y .-.•-
curod. and math. noW. C, the paid iv L 3 it
tovi• experien , ,d th.t
, I.•.kred I. bring ru , many in,re M
It. do pub6r nia) desire
Sold I.y dntgYrt oni aos.lors gotioratly, overt' tvliPre
• H - okrErrEii
Manutagturgrs anti Protiricai%,
?III." Waver, and 05 tiont street.
bar - N ,, Moicv. BA LIONESS tllc G i tA y HAlit.—
Inlcs kiss-I's Eau Atlionovone, or /lair Invigorator Ivan
iirLfwhill: restorer of OW tinlr it titannTti,
grav the tilodt
.Sold I.y B L. FAHNF-STOCK c CO, No. 60, corns!' of
Wood and Fourth street., Drugg,ts generally, and at
the Laboratory of Jules Reuel 3 Co., No. 701 Chestnut
street. Pluladelplua au;r2-1:.1.u.
REMOVAL
W. & D: S TI G US,
HAVE REMOVED TO NO. 69 MAR
KET Strkt, corner Feiir:4. it here they ,vill re
ufsorttent,er,when they will remove to
thvli o w -tore now being Ludt at the Old 'Anna, corner
of and Market alreala.
JOSEPH MEYER & SON,
Manufacturers, and Wholesale and Rani! Dealers in
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS,
No. 424 Penn StTec. Ab9vc the Vernal,
Have on hand a *143 fl9::',7littent of Fancy and Plain
Furnitme, ,nW,iinut'and Mahogany of their own manu
facture, and warranted equal In quality and style to any
manufactured in the city, and will sell at reasonable
1.28 a
DCOLLARS, DOG Of
all siz9B t: , kao - j,,odt New Foundland or the
toodielt Low Prima
El=
Uf all varklies, at lIOWN S TETLEY'S,
ain.rl:3 1.36 Wood street-
LI S lk.
HEC.EI E--A ' HANDSOME
:i.s,ortillilt of CH I fI, a E N'S READY HA ltit
CDITHING, of all descriptions, along with Ladies
Dress Caps and Head DreAses, and all the new stvle
oatterns for Jane. WtArEn,
_ -
N . 9 .. 2i Fiftb strcfm, bet:99d ;gory, itth . lin . - 51 Nos, 7 Bnll 8.
TWENTY-EIGHT HUNDRED ACRES
of Fanning Land, situate on the south side of the
Maumee River, nix miles from Toledo, Ohio. The soil
is good, and timber first-class, and the adjoining lands
are occupied by enterprising farmers, who are making
good improvements. These lands will be divided into
tracts of fifty Elcren and upwards. to suiTpurchasers. For
thither ireforribdion apply at ohr oilier, ul Market at.
jyl6 S. CUTHBERT .t SON
GASKET, BON N E'l', EU L I.ERS' AN I)
Bristol Board, for sale by
W. S. HAVEN, Stationer,
apla oorner of Market and Second streets.
4e.
NEW 30 SPRING WO" EN SKIRT—
wito a lately icitt.nted bustle. 'TM; is a different
wo n itkirt tram any tither in this market, and much
superior as to strength, quality and form. Sold only by
EATON, CREE & CO,
IY/8 Fifth and Market streets.
PACKED BUTTER.-
35 barrels good packed Butter,
10 hlf do do . do,
15 kegs do
In store, and for sale by MILLER & RICKEISON,
aga 1g00k.221 and 233. Liberty 'dm*
1.75 BARRELS - SUPERIOR OLD MON
ONGAHELA RYE WHLSKY, in store, and for
sale by M. O'HARA, Ja.,
1.61. - Fifth street, between Wylie and Ross street:,
jet dctor above Wylie street.
THE LATEST NEWS
BY TE LEGRAPH_
Three Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA
SACK V I LL E, August 25.—The steamer Amer
ica, from Liverpool on the 13th instant, arrived
at Halifax this forenoon, and will be due at
Boston at an early hour to-morrow evening.
In consequence of the lateness of the hour, we
shall be able to communicate over the wires to
night, in season for the morning journals of
Friday, a very brief abet - act of the America's
news, but the full details will be sent in season
for the afternoon paper , .
The Indian, from Queb s July :nth, arrived
at Liverpool, August loth, having made the
parsage in about eleven days. The steahip
Great Britain, from New 'York, July 28th ar
rived at Liverpool also on the 10th instant.
The steamship, City of Washington, from New
York, July 311th, arrived at Liverpool, via
Cork, on the 11th instant. The steamer Ariel
tram New York, July 30th, arrived at South
ampton on the 12th ihstant.
The Zurich Conference eontinoe• in , ession,
but the Sardinian repre,ent.atives absented
themselves from same of sittings. The pro
ceedings of the Conference were strictly ,eeret.
It was reported. by 4 tvay of Vienna, that the
Republicans had proclgimed in Parma that the
Piedmontese were driven out, and that the
friends of order were every where taking
flight
A threatening collision had taken place be
tween some Austrian and Prussian soldiers at
Fran k f“rt.
A Itu-sian loan of £12,000,000, and an In
dian hw, of €5,000,000, had berm introduced
into the London market.
W Act' sorii N, A ocu,t. known that
a report has tor some mnths,prevailed of the
probabilities that Commander Maury, in char!;,
of the National Ot,ervatory, would be ordered
the sea service. Newspapers and men of sci
ence, in this and other countries, have in eon
,eqUeriee ex preszed their regret at the r u m o red
atom plated art by the 'Navy Department.
(In inquiry, at the proper source, it is a,cer
tained that at no time has Secretary Tower
even the right of detaching hun from the
,erratory for the above named or any other
[lgae,.
Lieutenant I ve,, the architect and engineer,
in charge of the \Vtoliington National M.mu
inent, Inv; tnixxle nn oillcial report to the Socie
ty. in which ho says that when raised to the
height of -ix hundred the entire weight
of the shaft and mundatmri Will be zeventy
thomand tons. The v.-eight of the -trot-tare,
in it- pr,,,,Lt forty thousand tons
lie has been unable to detect any apt...lir:t.,
of ,sottling in-ecurtly ettivulti-
Geis lie ha,: arrited at the com•lusion that
the weight the Monument, at its full
height, would ,itTer a restetince itt,trly ought
times greater than tho overturning ef
fort of the heavie-t t.•mia,t to w m,t, it
%iambi probably ever be e‘ WI,
propos.al to the .111onortient Society tonne
vin r-ago to ,urround the foot of the
with a ha:, n pantheon form. and -
it,: I va, made of the iv+ it W(tilhi
ap
pear if completed in accordance with that idan.
An impression ha-. in this ten}. been •-reated
throughout the country that th.• engr a v,-,1 de
-igt, has been adopted eitroi-i .leviatett
fr,,nt without teartn. , down ‘. lett ha-. 1 been -
readv but as it hte , n.-t
of the S..eiety t.,tt.•eept ti c - 171
and at thi: error wht,•ll
": Pc ,:ott
tut offictn)l 01/it
h•t: I- the on!, crtioct of tlcc• .711ccrt
:nerd.. the form of whoch La_ boon divitted tsiccce,
arid that the cletorriiihntion of ttec cleccivic fcc ,
the Icacce cctcl; ( T eti for c cce,cieraticcic il cc ,
1,11 Llytltell:kllt 100 4 , the : 4 0C1 , •ty ha•
vete:kir:. cl.
TI bAkr. , is the Unit.,l 'rr, , ,Lir!„
1J...3,1,011 1 11 w anwlint
1,",-031,1'• (lay, :i.1.0ic,,1)110
draft:. pall. $.1.414,000 , Jrafts
t
A ttorncs• G..ncral Black h:t, rcturac.lt , . the
Demtructive Conflagation---Lo!-.s Esti
mated at $300,003.
N t:n I , :nnonm A ug•mt 1111 , whi‘ll
br, , k , out At noon ~T 1 North -\\ liter
tn••t, 11••=tr. , ‘, , ,1 nt,mit t ~
and %v., b'a on Kmy ar,l North
.tre ,, t. by I,l,,wing •,,,orrti tvitli
il•iti l awuy 3; ,1111. 1.1311111 Z.
Mill, I's (It•r S rnnttli's .par yard.
bormito mill. N II Nye . - .1111, ,•Intn,ll,•ry.
.card NI Itoton.,,M, it yard, inn whi , -h
thtan , atia barvl• 11. , 1(1 , 4
1, , b , of, it I,,•l,,rpziv, t., \\ G.
'4)3
S,•veral • anl,i
r
10 . ; 1.1.1,1 I III • 111(1,1 Ifl 111 . 1 ~I.llq,:tH-ri
A ; A r i z, ntitni.-r
r 1.1,1,
1,111--ung ‘.l ii
The ,hip ••.I..ltri I\ll
s & Itichnrd<nr
'Alf! - 111kIlols
tire, but wit, totted eut , aced with the
of saik, rtggitttr. Ne. :tut., per,,,n, were in
the, tatting of walls. allh.,ugh nut
lungorously. The total 10 , E4 eAimated a t
from two to three hundred thouQand
on which the insurance out emuli. Many
,xnderid penniless, and
captains and owners of ee,sels are ruined by
the be , of their oil in storage.
Arrival of tho Steamer Canada
SA , 'R E, August have informa
tion which lends us to 1 , ,E1T.V0 that the rleawt r
Canada -r7i - ,•eit at at an early hour
this morning . , With intviees to the 13th, ttire-Q
days later thanthose received by the tiunitari
itn at Quebec. hut as the ntanagere of the No
va Scotian Teleg . itiph Company refuse it, trans
mit any intelligence over their wires for the
Associated Press, we shall not hiLVO any radia
l'', intelligence until the arrival of the hot*
exio-ess, which may be looked for Inn the
evening. so that the steamer's news will be
published in our next edition.
Deu4ocratic Nominatiana in Indiana
ThIADIsoN, IND., August 12 ,- 3.—The Demo
cratic State Convention to-day nominated Ilan
ueson C. Hobart, of Calninut county, for Gov
ernor, and A. S. Palmer for Lieutenant Cu, -
ernor. It is doubtful whether delegates to. the
Charleston Convention will I,ei etecAed, a; the
present convention s decidedly anti- Lecomp
tet:
American Statp Conventions
BALTIMORE, August 25.—The American
State Convention renominated 11.
Purnell us a candidate for Controller.
The American tiongressionalConvention, of
the Fourth District, are now in session.
'l'he Americans of the Second District have
nominated Edwin H. Webster, of Ehrt'ord
county, fur Congress
....-
Latest from Denver City and the
Sr. Loris, August 25.—The express from
Denver City, with two days later unimportant
advices, has arrived.
The rush towards the new mines continues
inecisaut.
M'Crea, who was arrested yesterday, has
been discharged, the indictment having proved
worthless.
Arrested for Passing Forged Notes.
LoyisviLLE, August 25.—Alexander Nor
toti, who passed forged notes to a large amount,
some months since, was arrested to-dav at
Chicago, by officer Bligh, of this city.
BOSTON, August 25.—The city continues
remarkably healthy. The whole number of
deaths the past week was only ninety-two, in
cluding live from small-pox.
SCOTCH ALE AND PORTER.—
6 casks Blood's Scotch Ale
5 " Troment's India Pale Ale k
2 " " ' London Porter, in store, and for
sale by (sP 2B ) 17.7.:E1i A RICKETSON.
From Washington
LiJr• 1,4111
w bdri. w, L.,n.
Health of Boston
coo•0•300)Eloil
PITTSBURGH BOARD OF TRADE AND
MERCHANTS , EXCIIA\G E.
Pre.Nicknt.
WM. IL
Vire ProLdenti.
ISAIAH NCH EY, Ist. Er,w A Er, ( - :RE(.4“. 2(1
Tru.urer.
N. HOLM ES. Jr..
Silperink.ndrl.
ft DIRGE H. THURSTI.,N,
Stage of Water.
R,ver— too feel <tc iochne watrr ¢t the ch a nnel
ALLEGHENY CATTLE MARKET
ALLEGHENY ( A14,41,L. 1950.
The irl,l Cattle this week 1 , conivaratively
brisk. kith fair ,tlerin•i. Fle_rurerT Tire Shout The sante
is 1:1 , t....`k, With larcer sale TT. Sheep have advanced a
trine.
UNION DROVE YARDS.
John Diender. Proprietor.
REEVES.
,V„, ~ 1T,,,,1 P, sd,l. 1., ;cr.
110..5. 51.
%V .guard rent 1 , ..,>t.
21._ 15'm AVUllruu
34.. S. H. (1 - 3,r
is... Jame, Turner . IN 2 C.f...b.,'?. lb.
21 2 (5. 2 ••
:01....14,00, 210rgan.. -. $2."..7e3.3.:,0 1 , 100
.',I ...I. C,,,.k .t.c., '1 3 , .; " - F , Ih.
.1.....WWL.00 11,...1w0.01 20 2 0.3 i.: "
, I'....ltkau.on S.Shoemak..... :29 $-7.56 14 he;ul.
7....1.1, se., t. 7
2 4 ..i' I , lb
' •Jain., V, wl s 2 u 1.3
21. 11..1 Merriek 21 '21.,:1 1 ., ..
14 ..11. N. Thayor I. - •' - ••
17...11.11. Monroe 17
2.....1iruu,, 5 400.1 2., 2 u_:3 ..
14...11en Eluriek 15 2' IV -
99... Marks .t Trawl:mu '.... 1 • • • ••,f , ! ,,, ~ "
C.......)1ver..t lure . 2 , ..,1 1 ,
19. .Peter Ilarunan 19 il. - . "
.'...... It' t,. , ..0 39 $2,.10 - r . lug lb..
21 1.10.uu. I. KW: 9f 2:41:2 70 -
10...1 11. ,eVell' , On 10 a.:;7
2, "..t I I.,nnell 2 0 2.43
25. .1.11 11.01 .. .. 2.5 8.00
120 left no., tot :.1 , 1,1 ea. 2
sIIFIEP AND I,AMIL,I.
V,, oY,r.t. / .trtrei , ky. SJ,I. li-irr.
:1;10 I ohn ( ...-.1-, .11,Ut 1'11,4.
lq , 1...Nf1i1i., - -
•• -
:0..7. 1:i.rm,,,, S. %.,-,,r,r
.NO. A It , ;•‘,..u. ..
.11..N1',,,,, 4, i'..t.00 - ,4 lfio It
'2•1::. lAne..ll.trron, .. ... . ...2ti.: 2.1.0 - 1 lorenl.
101 l 11 int tto Neill.. .. In, g,on 20 10011,.
lon 12.2..11 , nr lon
10 ..I..1) ~•....i .. . ill 1.1:5 it hegol.
10k..1 - 1. 1. Nlerriel., intro h0u1.,... 2.0 ... tm q ..
1 , X1...11.2•• Thayer . 100 1,10 ' - f i too 22,
115...11. Wli night..... Ig, 2,0•,e1,12.2.1.1 - 1 4 head
.:,....!,,,,,,I, If 4...thAti, ..:, 2,1;04g ;', 001,100thi
_I Ikt r J
41 rdJ
=MEE
.n$ •,.•.1t;
lIIKETs
6epc , fol ravrt,..o for the Daily .11, - riang I'Dct
111-rsaurta, A 13 21. t
Flour 1,1,1, from :don., at f.aa - + Alt.',l•2 fur
up, Ulu.. 1 . 2.,Zi.37 fur ustr,r do., and for
,•,tr.t 1 . 311:11y; 1 , 111 , ) N„
ti:ol.l+
t;rnin ',it-. trail nwm, at 4+:G., 4 . 2 r.;
./ /AI, / %[..r., ni /01,19://' ; :1/0 /i Rem.
Whit , at SI.4V: Al,dtt,r..nean
On, n.,,” • ,• ~r 514.;417 7,4 ton.
7v1101) •Innil.ler: at 7 1 1',./7 1 .:c.. loon
/!..4 t 1.1.1.1%
l'otnt nen. ~,1,... 1,11 . I. :a
Lime. !pi...
IV 11. at 4 , 4 e.
Corti Meal
L0ra1 4 2.-1111,- •.: 1;1.
~I.: %., .t:
Sugar .1.•• 111.111- N. '4 ,, Its..
llotnamew 4 .; :14
corn, •
[tire • •• c t,
hb,la 3.
I, • •.I
111111MIEM
Foreign Market.
•• n,1,111,;,1616. I h..-,•• 1; k:.lrt
a, quint b::: linr
detn.tn.l ‘l,
lee. wor.• ,r,tclv.
,••," 111 , 11 t!o•
!:1:kr1,,,.—C.:1t.,” :I 1
1,, • v, ,t11:4,
I la , tpt the ss 0,1; vr, r.: :rl,O
London M.bikey
Fr: IA)
Philadel ph la :flarket
Aitztt-t!• , rowttot .•.f.
t•stt a .11 ;;;01::‘,„ ,Orta loud)) at rt,,tr,'..t1.1 to
tr.s , l. •ttp.•.tOt.,
„,.,,,t:t.„4.:,,t.t.tt • for , xtrl. ,t) I t,trt
Ist,
, to 11:itt1. , 11.-111m , l, 4 , 011.1,11 —.1.1 o
-1 f 1 , 41 ,t,. , r I,ft•rt..; pout
, runt, I , ill tit•ltt.tr,i.
100 , 0 , 0 ,
401% , 1,tr.l tt,•o 14.1,10, t t.al• •-01,1 at Wil,..t let
• Itl t11 . 11‘...1, tit'ltt :It
Lt' • N,-,1
11 ,, , 4 ..•i • -•.tl+ itt.t.ly ~.
WIII.kv
1.1 .•.• ht.! , 'll,,
ttt.ltt 110,, 7,11.'11 :111.1 tali blood.
chici2Awltt mar Ats
-flour 1101.1 mon. I - o,oly at
Wll,ll I+ c ,,, Al , l , •niand at
.0, :AIN lute il.ll , trp
t . ot .1‘1.4,111,,, , , Ira. filth At
nr.• t110 . 11:111!.: , 1: Bacon
In Aar ,I , Aoand OA- Ayinpatliv
A al, Ow r••, ,,, rt hi-4e Irr :14tVr•tlie , i
tin
IN ply Yoe( 31.arkot
:414 1, ak..‘ll,lust, 900
Fimir Mao. 1.14.. Wheat firm:
M1 , 111 , _•1111 %Onto Kentucky sl.;to.
1.,1.5,10 boat. .0141; uusr , l % 2I jr. Provt.l3l,
,0111. k Mary. and all qualtlie , 113,. , 10-
ekue.l: 111.,, , 1141:4 prune. $10.1 . 21C. litee dull It 3! ,Q;
3 - Jr t 4 e du - tug the week. Owl,.
New limit stock Market.
NEW yo,Y., 11,11ve ; ,Igo.toner , nrr
e... ; 10i..11v.zan fzunr
(;..lena Ctliong.,
. . 11!.;
11. T. KENNEDY IV. S. RENNEDY.
PEARL STEAM MILL
ALLEGIIENY CITY,
R. Ti. KENNEDV S BRO.,
WHFAT RYE AND CORN PURCHASED
FLOUR, CORN MEAL AND HOMINY
MANDFAcTURED AND DELIVERED
N PITTSBURG K ANC. ALLEGHENY
TERAIS, CASH ON DELIVERY
pßascurrs UISTORICAL WORKS
The Conquest of Mexico ; 3 vols.
The Conquest of Peru; 2 vole.
Fel - dm:aid and Isabella; 3 vols.
Phillip the Second; 3 vols.
Charles the Fifth; 3 vole.
Biographical and CriticaUillscellanies ; 1 vol.
rut7.l •thw]
KAY A. CO.. 55 Wood dreet.
fIAUZE MERINO SHIRTS FOR MEN
kfi with 2.hort sleove,,
LINEN DRAWERS, FINE SHIRTS,
And Collars. and a full lino of Men's Furnishing tiood,:,
suited to the warm weather. Childreu•s Gawk. Merino
Vest,. ill
J.. 30 JOS. ['DUNE'S, 77 Market at.
N„. 57OULWELI, STREET FOR SALE.
—.t brick dwelling, of hall, six rooms. bath room,
eidlar and auk; shade trees and shrubbery. Lot 22 feet
wont by so deep; van pleasant location, all in good or
der.. Price 4 , 2„:.h./0. 'terms easy.
ang4 S. CUTHBERT ,k SON. 51 narket st. •
DRY GOODS.—Every variety of Domes
tic and Staple Dry Goods always on hand; and will
Is• sold at the very lowest prices. All our summer stool;
closing out very law, C. HANSON . LOVE,
74 Market street.
rr WO BUILDING LOTS, in the "Old Poo ,
I Howie" Plan, Allegheny City. Price for both $ . 4:,0
Three building lota. 20 by 128, on Washington street,
Manchester. Price SIW each . For onto by • •
auglB 8. CUTHBERT & SuM. 81 Market id.
BANKER'S CASES, MONEY BOOKS,
Port Monaies, Memorandum Books and Pocket
Books, for sale by - S. HAVEN, Stationer, •
Market and Second streets.
MEDIUM., Demy and Cap Blank Books,
of all styles and sizes, made In the best manner.
augl9 KAY ee CO, .55 Wood street.
NOOPS ! HOOPS ! 1 HOOPS ! 1 I—Over
doz,n STEEL SPRING SKELETON SKIRTS,
the be=t Steel Skirt in the city,
Merano ts and dealers supplied at low prices. .
EATON, CREE & CO.,
corner Fifth and Market streets.
VAY & COMPANY,
IDOESELLERS, STATIONERS,
BLANS BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
50.,55 WOOD STREET,
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Air- A full asßOrtment of Law, Medical and Miscalls
one Books constantly on hand. . mil
C L Elt Y.—The best assortment of
RTN:n•r.s FORKS, CARVERS,
POCKET KliTVlan, SCISSORS,
Rayon., Ser.. in the 'city, will be found on our shelves
Prices to ,nit the times.
•
QUNDRIES.--
k 400 barrels Prime N. 0. Molasses, Oak Cooperage::
30 .1. St. James, SAL do;
1,05,6114's first quality Syrup;
tee, ha, , , good to choir, Rio Coff4e;
75 l'ocket's choice Java do;
lin Mill Clicks Yount: Ilyson, Imperial, Gun Pow
.I.r, oolong and Ponthing Teas;
box,. iirisorted brands L'e, We Jr. 10'e lump To:
baron:
le keel , :ovinton six twist Tobacco;
75 .1., Iti. Car e. Soda;
5 barrels Alum; •
to do (Wry Silt in Sacks; •
‘2O hag, Grain Pepper; • .
lb do Allspice;
5 do Mitt Capsia: •
.•
litmus No. 1 Soap;
100 do Chemical Olive Soap ;
do German • - do.
do Variegated or Toilet Soap;
50 do ~en Cut WaMboarde;
ti) do Bucket.;
:to do Tube, n 950 1 .4 4 ,41 sizes;
teal do Brooms: -
50 boxes M. R. Raisins;
.20 do No. 1 Norfolk Chocolate;
40 do Madison Starch:,
NO.l and 2 Bsdong; . .
30 I oser , la Bleached Elephant and TiThale'Clil;; •
10 i.lo Strait's Tanners do
'2o 'O.l do do
St do Rosin do
• 21) do N. C. Tar.
In store and for by •
MILLER & RICKETSON.
A.
CALDNVELL & BRO.,
COAT FURNISHERS DEALERS IN
Ham Ha, Hemp and Cotton Cordage;
Oakum, 'far. Pitch, Rosin and Oils;
Tarpaulin, Duck, Lieht and Heavy Drillings, etc.
Nos. 88 Water, and 78 Front sta.
THE EN'tION OF MEN OF MODE
1. RATE MEANS it , Called to the offer for sale of
forty of the men ehgthle
BUILDING LOTS
in soeond Ward. Allegheny City. The prices are
-ode 1 to the hard times, and time will be given to suit
For particulars inquire of
ALEXANDER HAYS, Surveyor,
Corner East Common and %linter street,
ro'l Allegheny City
•
AV•
I :; \ iels Cliequot quarts Charnrgue Wino ,io
5 do do yis
50 bzlskoi, Pem lieldselek's qts • do do
lu do do do pis do - do
141 do Bonehe pts.and Drouetqtado do
5 do to do do pts do do
L's re,es SL Julien Medoc Claret do
lu do Ladles' Catawba do
15 do do. Ginger , do
In store, and for sale by
apIN e. MILLER & RICKETSf.r.si
P ACON, MRS PURR. LARD, ETC.
.4.500 I,rgo size eitv Shoulders;
,1.000 do do Western au;
C 0,1,11 do prune Rib Sides:
.uo do do ekar Sides;
.1.. plain and Lazed Hauls;
C.O btll4. heavy Mi 29, Pork;
100 W.L. prirrnt Leaf Lard; • •
150 Legs du do; • .
l, !vs+ do to
- t.hla. Grrtoe Last:
12.0u0 pwees large sized Shoulders in dry Salt:
j e ll at lowest nviu.ket
JAMES TICILM.F.SS CO,
0IN:y corner Market and Front streets
AI.I'A BLE SEW ICK LEY PROPERTY
new, well built dwelling, .1344 well
arrange 1.7 rooms on first floorovide hall, portico in front,
to rear. large cellar, six rooms on second
'2‘ fronting on lho Ohio River, and extend
the Railroml. near the station.
s. crri I BERT CON. 51 Market at.
F_nu paekaLies Lake Herring;
1 , 0 do White Fish;
'Front;
"co _ Ifackerel
7:1 do Tierrine.
-J , c o
;1111 —FOR SALE, nt two-story
, 47 OVIVI Frame Dwelling llous'e. with a sal-
Ilbie 'int of tiro - and, 3P / 4feet front on Fourth street, by
fe,•t deep on Ctif.mcvry Lane. Price Terms
,4111 haw!: 111.11,4, nt s.sao per year.
atn...10 S. CUT ii harr StiN,sl Market street. •
0f,1,01- 7',.
VEN CoUNTY LANDS.—Situate
from the town of Franklin, 450 acres
~ t St }•••, Roar sale by S. CUTHBERT ,t SON,
:,tigb; Ib,al F:staie Agents, 51 Market street.
TIO;NR, 13( INNET• AND FULLER'S
13 ,, AR1 , 5, for sole :a the stationery stores of
au;zla c.,rner Wood k Third k Market ;Second sta.
CI in - PROPERTY FOR RE:CT.—Three
I,,,minent Lu Inc. stand,, for rent. Also a brick
da,.lltog. on sf...cond Street; ronttita).
7.,r1 REAMS PRINTING PAPER,
..f • r:or quality, for sale low to close. con
by CHADWICK SONS,
Noe. 140 and 151 Wood street.
r EN U !tonna Cane !loops, just
j_ re,aaved and ;hr male at JOS. HORSES,
aog3_ _ No. 77 Market street.
TEAS-50 half chests Green and
P.U.rn 'Pea•, various grades, ; 70 caddy baxea do. of
in ,ton and for sale by
i'dI3ItTL.V.ND & CONNOR,
11)7 Liberty street.
11 EES E.-25 boxes strictly. Western Re
v,/ serve. for ~ale by WM. H. SMITH & CO.,
JY I I seeood and Front streets.
rriiREE lIUNI)RE[' LBS. COCHINEAL,
I by BECKHAM 8 KELLY,
NrullPHY'S PATENT BINDERS.—just
receirod,n lot of Win. F. Murphy's Potent Per.
potud i.onor binder:'.lV. S. RAVEI , .:, -
jyt,t Msrket S Second. and Wood k Third at..
BucKWlTEA'r.—f2oo but,ibels for sale by
iczo IL COLLINS
box.cys: sea ed
L.J z. , uu just received and fort:ale by
ANDERSON,
i-21 :;9 WOC4I kit, opposite St. Charles Rote).
TIItYCKIETS.-50 dozen New Brighton
11,10“ , tR, arriving rind t ar enlo at
HAWORTH .t BROW.NLEES,
tips in the Diamond.
LLOT 11 BRUSHES.--A good assortment
of el,oh Brushes on hand and for side by
L. WILCOX,
alas Corner of Smithfield and Fourth Streets.
COUNTRY BACON,--1000 lbs. Country
Bacon Sides; MOO lbs. Shoulders and Sides received
on consignment, and for sale by
JAS. A. FETZER,
corner' Market and First. streets.
A LARGE LOT of Fullerton'i Superior
11 Plaid Flannels. opened this day.
au;4ls C. HANSON LOVE, 74 .11ar1et street.
V ALUABLE PROPERTY on Market street, between Third and Fourth sts., for sale by
jyl2 S. CUTHBERT & SON, Real Fatale Agt's.
DIXON'S BLACKBERRY CARMINA
TIVE for sale by
13. L. FAIINESTOCK & CO.,
jet No. (li): corner Fourth and Wood streets.
T ow"St 'HIGHLY PERFUMED BROWN
_LA WINDSOR SOAP—much approved of for ivashing
and Olaving. A large nupply just receivedbi
JOSEPH FLEINIMG,
augto corner of Diamond and Market street.
EETON, CREE & C 0.,. WILL REMOVE
to their new store room on Fifth street, about the
Dub of September. Up to that time, theiryresent stock
will be CLOSED OUT AT COST, as they aesize to open
with a Fresh stock for Fall Trade. _
MISSES' DIAIIOND SKIRTS,,in white
and dark eolore, 'at gr' •ntiv reduced prices.
EAON. CHEF k CO,
krner Fifth and Market streetx
REDUCED IN PRIC E---Douglas Sher- .
weed's Skeleton Skirts Ivith sales:able bustle,
EATON, MEE, & C 0...
Corner Fifth and Market stf,
Ni °Y
;;E, MILLER'S "GREEN'' con_
stAntly Oil hand and for sale at manufacturer'
rices,-st JOHN THOMPSON CO.'S,
,4115' 33 - N0.13 5 Mini street,
ENNEDI S MEDICAL DISCOVERY,
_la_ for ,nle by 13. L. F.UIN - F...TOCE. . CO,
"Islo. GO cor. Market and Fourth street; .
00AL (OF?' COAL - 0-I.I 4 LCOAL OIL
,J 100 Ws refined Burning Coal - Mlar :'ale by
apS R. C. J. .11:-SAPTIM.
POTA'FOES.-30 barrels New York Fluke
Potatoes just received.
A.
and for sate b -
JAMES
corner Market and First streets..
EXTRA FINE LINEN HANDKER
CHIEFS, for 12X. cents. open today,
augl.9 305. HORNE, 77 MarkeiLstreet.
glisrellancous.
AT ONE DOLLAR
CARTWRIGHT & YOUNG,
No. 86 Wood street.
CALDWZIL,
lIE.NItY H. COLLINS.
y. II \
S. cISTLILI.EILT L SON, 51 Market st
E=ME
EATON, CREFi k CO.,
Fifth and Market sts.
NUMBER 272
paguerrean (6alltris.
ROCKERS'
Ambrotype and Photograph
GALLERY,
No. 70 FLft.h Street,
NEARLY OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE
say- Photographs, colored or plain, takan at short no
tice, at Eastern
. prices, and warranted equal to them.
SMALL PICTURES ENLARGED TO LIFE SlZE,and
colored in Oil.. mrs
AMBROTYPES.-
A BEAUTIFUL AND DURABLE PICTURE
WARRANTED, CAN BE BAD AS LOW
AS AT ANY FIRST CLASS ESTABLISH-
WENT 1N THE. COUNTRY, AT
' .
L IFE SIZE,
IMPERIAL, '
AND mE.Druat _
PHOTOC3 RAPHS,
Colored in Oil, Pesten°, or ,Plait, in the most artistic
style, and at Eaptern prices
WALL'S GALLERY,
Jones' Fourth street
PIIOTOGRAPII, AMBROTirPE. ME
LAINOTYPE AND DAGUERREOTYPE GAL
LERY, ar..Fifth and Grnat etreets.—The'stibseriber
ing fitted up rooms in N'TIGIIE'S BUILDING, is now
prepared to take LikeneaSes that CANNOT FAIL TO
GIVE SATISFACTION.
Call and examine the collection.
A.;LANE,
Corner of Fifth and Urant streets.
WDL X. FABER & CO.,
STEAM ENGINE BUILDERS,
IRON FOUNDERS,
General Machinists and Boiler Makers,
NEAR THE PENN'A R R. PASSENGER DEPOT,
• PITTSBURGH; PA..
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF
Steam Engines, ranging from three Wane hun
dred snd fifty horse power. and united forcifist Mills,
Saw liilla, F.last Furnaces, Factories, etc, etc.
Give particular attention' to the construction of En
gines and Machinery. .for grist mills, and for uprights,
mulay, 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 separately, 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. -
.JlB-Orders from all parts of the country solicited, and
promptly filled. .
FlTlNlogziellUa:oo:Nreitli*Upt:OLl*fsi
SMELTING WORKS,
PARK TIVCITRIEY & CO.,
MANIJFACTIMERS OF SHEATHING
Braziers' and Bolt Copper': Pressed Copper Bot
toms, Raised Still Bottoms. Spotter Solder. to., also im
porters and dealers in Metals. Tin Plate, Sheet Iron,
Wire, &c. Constantly on hand, Tinmen's Machines and
Tools. Warehouse, No. 149 First. and 120 Second streets,
Pittsburgh, Pa Special orders of Copper cut to any de
iced pattern. m.F2RilYd+i°
SMITH, PARK Sr CO.,
NINTH WARD FOUNDRY
PITTSBURGH, PA.
Warehouse, No. 143 First and 15) Second streets.
Manufacturers of all sizes anddescriptions of Coal Oil,
Retorts and Stills, Gas and Water Piyie. Sad Irons, Dog
Irons, Wagon 13oxes,Steel Moulds„ 1,
C''ouplings.
Also Johhing and Machine Castings et every descrip•
thin made to order.
Having a complete machine shop attached to the
Foundry, all necessary fitting will be carefully attend
ed to. . urvlydsw
VIIVEG4R
WARRANTED Pure and ITn- ,
adulterated. and to . .4W S AVE
Pickles for years, the came that I have
cold to a majority of the Pittsburgh Gro
cers for TWIELVE 17-116, and which Mistaken
Three First Premiums'
at Pennsylvania State Fairs. I am now-.of
fering to the city . and country trade at
greatly reduced prices.
Please order direct. Terms Cash.
A. BALLOU, 146 Water street, "
between Smithfield and Grant,
Pittsburgh. Pa.
rev'MAlrw
ROOFING_
Gum Elastic Impeoved Cement and CaIIVISS
Roofing, Felt Cement,' nd Gravel
ROOFING!
Also, Agents For
Patented Aspheltic Reefing Felt.
ROOFING MATERIALS FOR SALE,
WITH I,,NSTRUCTIONS FOR. APPLTING OLD
ROOFS REPAIRED,
lISMITHFIELD ST, BET IrE EX PO TH &MITE
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, otter for sale the following excellent business
locations
A lot fronting 31 feet on Market street, by I:6 feet
deep to Chancery Lane, with the two three-story . busi
ness houses on Market.street, a two-story house in the
rear of the same, and a two-story dwelling house on
Fourth street. The lot has a front of 34 feet Ott 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 Luck on Chancery Lane 361 feet, will be
sold separately train the Merket street property.
Also, a lot of ground in the borough of Manchester,
having a front on Locust street 0f:3.1 feet, Fide. depth o
1613 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 other side of Lecke) ,
alley; this property is now in the occupancy of Captain
Miller. The above property will be sold upon terms
greatly conducive to the interests of purchasers, both as
relate to price and time of payment, es the Executors
are anxious to close up the affairs of the estate. For
further particulars, price, terms, dc., apply to either of
the subscribers, or to S. CUTHBERT. .Agent, Market
street, Pittsburgh. JOSEPH P. GAZZAM, M. D,
Office, No. 25 Sixth street.
CHARLES SEALER, AtFy. at Law,
Olbee,Bl Folarth street.
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PENN iILICMNE WORKS
FOUNDRY,
U. WIGHTMAN,
MANUFACTURER OF
LVJ.. - Steam Engines, Sltaßialaradyedlies
Boring Machines, _
Mortice Mae/Imes, - •
Gear Wheels, -
Hanger!, eta, ate)
Orders promptly attended to.. - •
akly 'ALLEGHENY,
L. HIRSHFELD & SON,
DEALERS IN
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
AND
SHIRT MANUFACTURERS,
No. 93 Wood Street.
The subscribers respectfully announce that Same
emade by them are Fuarmiteed to ft will he forwarded -
to any part of the Limon, 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 cut- -
ter of establishment-
First—Size around the neck.
Scrhectid.--.i,a_sSizoize.rarec.unndditttre wehriess4t..,..inediately
below •
the
arm-pits.
Fourth—From the middle of shoulder, length of aim
to wrist joint..
Fifth—Height of person, front - the shOtilder to the
knee-pan. .
This plan is quite unique, and will be of great value to
gentlemen at a distance, who find' it impossible to ob
tain at home, Shirts to, satisfy theta in style and fit. --
Also, on hand, a full assortment of Shirts of our man
ufacture. Any orders addressed to its by mail, will bis
promptly attended to.
B.—Please state by what conveyance they are to be .
shipped. L. HIRSAFELD a SON,
fi; 3o. No, S 3 Wood street.
TAMES HOLMES & CO., Pork Packers
and defilers in Bacon. Lard, Sagas Cured Hams,
ar..
l:rcorner of FIRST AND MARKET STREETS,
• falay • Putsburgt
QYAP.It)O boxes But%lo Soap for- sale by
1, 1,7 lea HENRY H. C1N.1.09...
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