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_ -3A94 what it s guy ofrirk•!lr;?.;
at .c,.
aine has elected her delegates to Charles
ton,: antiktbny:iirb. -;I
Massachutsertteguial.eleMed-,ler delegates to 2
Charleston;fanrlthey are.allDottg,las,men.
VaKm9l4 h ‘ i? Aecte44 :h. qt:' fan
tae,State at targe.‘ and they ;are all: Douglas
`I orb elected A VeriileTegate r s to.
Charleston, and aa large majority are.DotWai
men "Her, : ?6tate -- Con V ClitiPfli inatilfeted
the 4 delegiltibn - to' vete as and'a's:lkc, ma-.
jority shall deciste:rir ' ii 1;-
-- Every -New , EXigititni will send Hour•-•
las delegates A 0 ), cht.u*Vcla.- - ‘arga'sattelutietg ,
with More:federal patrona g e. han all the other
States tri New England, 'take tib early and de,-,
cided,a s tagq ie nothing to
fear from New . Hampshire, (already commit
ted to DOngla..q Rhode , Tisland
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As goes New England and New' York, so
will go ;Ohio and • the . halatee" of the NOrth
"Western 'Statc.S. • NeW%fersey, a largii. portion
of Xennsylvapia, , Virginia, the whole of Ken ;
tucky, Missouri, Arkansas i Arkansasand Louiiinna'are
ready, -I,iitOiorkt - 0 come into line
and. follow:the .popular sovereignty flag under
its sole Champion and leader i.
rrooihhg,' andFitzpatrick::inAl
trick;:in.
abama i ,ara out in defense of Douglas and in, de=
!lance of the Black 'Rejitiblican fireeitters of
those regions; '... • ..
SO runs the recorri,.. It is all over but shout
ing. Dquglo will be s homfinited and elected
by; a: gfentei,:nuoilier 4 1., States • Ala PoPulat .
votes than.any other President ever elected.-
Mark . ' "
ALL OUR
FANCY GOODS!
HALE' OF FORWR PRICES !
ti this line we are unsurpsessble- We sell the SF.VE7`.;
Embroideries at Astonishingly Low Prires
4arCompniting many Novelties of the season. iiur
leetions in thin line have been made with more than oil
usual care.
Or all Width., and of the NEWEST DESIGNS
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NEW , (11-.0 ODS
DEPARTMENTS!!
THE. MOST ATTRACTIVE BTOCJi OF
Ever Brought to this City.
BARGAINS, BARGAINS
Some articles at lust
HOOPS : HOOPS
SPRING EXTERSIONGTEEL 110uP
AT FIFTY CENTS,
And all the rest proportionately low
A most superb collection of
DRESS TRIMMING* ! !
Shawl Borders,
'We tall the special attention of MILLINERS to our
LARGE STOCK OF
MILLINERY GOODS!
Bonnet itilibOns, Bucher, Flowers, .11. c, all of n hi. h
will sell to the Trade, at New rent
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Our WORITI-lb DEPAItTAIENT cout,mr
merit of all Onion, in 3ouLla, single auu eplit Zephyr
Also--
Shel land Wool,
Which we will sell at the VERY LOWEST RATES. I
fact, our shack is Rill and well selected, and will ho obt
at prices which cannot fail to give satisfaction.
J. BIISB,
No. 24 Fifth street, Pittsburgh,
Xll5,- During the next two months or shall be in con
ortant reset, t of NEW GOODS. sel:Aurltr
FALL FASHIONS FOR 1859
C. H. PAULsON,
WHODESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
.t) in., and Amu fticturer of
HATS, GAPS, LADIES' FURS, Al.`
•
I am nowreceiving Inv FALL AND WINTER STS LE
of HATE. CAPS, and threct from the Man ufa,•to
rem, and um prepared to soil 'them at the
Very Lowest Eastern Prices
CHAS. IL PAULSON,
Olm Nci.:73 Wood st, next door eon Four'
COUNTRY MER
CHANTS, CITY DEALUII3,I
and the find a large'
FANCY
VARIETY GOODS,
Toys, ac.,
NOW OPENING,
And, for Elsie at the LoweatPriees
Buyers are invited to call and
examine our assortment and prt
ces before prffcbsfuag elsowbero.!
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JOSHIIA L. GAILY,
Intlimier a n d jObber
-u F -
DRY GOODS,
N 0.213 Market Street,Philadelphia,
HAS NOW OPEN,
One of the Largest and Choicest
ASSORTMENTS OF GOODS,
n Thfs Market,
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To, winch heinTiLw4
THE SPECIAMIATTENTION
FIBST CLASS: BUYERS; _
. EV EIIY SECTION.
THE' IRON CITY TRUST CO,
• CO,
4.56 Liberty Street.
BANK .OE--DISCOUNT, -EXCHANGE
AND DEPOSIT.. "
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Capital Stock.ll.. "" 150,000
C aptaiat RePtesented, 0
SToeurtare.a i alyt Hun /antnouaator ytWcr. -Tta
Ciold,S6e; ' Oar 'Fiirids; uud enn - ency ro . mvea on
Vgia, I ALI, MONEYS allowed to rernsan. for-a. Spe
c Time; WiII,i.,DRAWANTEREST. ' Stght Ea
e on tbs . Eiatern - and- Wanton:l titles - constantly
for sale -in annwrid stilt s eolleetione . mode in - allthe
print tpah letting:ln theoUnited States - and- the canadas,
and PROCEEDS PROMMV.REMITTED to anyde
eireAt.pdint, on day of
Voial, ; ilOta•h4sk, 'Alexand c gDOrai . ‘li, John Venal; GOO:.
S. Head ;:; J: .11d1; :WIl llam,Selbert, WiSpOilitook, Henry
Weullpttsh; Robert•Anderqin.
'E. WARNER. Pr osi'dent.
azi • • it.'o-.9elpfgET4 ettahier . •
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'l7 - Springs - p. - 1a Sum
' , PQM NP :SHOEI3".4T ;COST: J. 2
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To make room for Fall and Wmter Good,. .Call soon
and get a bargaui at.the Cheap 61418%0re of ,
.
JOSEPH. Ef. BORLAND,
,
98 'Market at.. eecond'door from Fifth.
"T;ITTE.R.-10 firkins for, sale by t
*ILIUM k (k)
=NM
POLLO . TITEAT,R -13 . -
ft+INA9FEL.v , ' •• • ' Pear= lirEaatarre
Last nlght but two of the re,enOgernent of the Great
rt4etlian kARkY SULLIVAN.
TILES L'VENINC: 'September 71itvill be performed
THE lf ERCIUNT CP VENICE..
^ Barry Sullivan.
....Charley Gardiner.
•
9liylticli
.
Mi‘t,ohclutle with
' . TO NURSE.
•Doors open at 7. o'clock: Curtain rises at 755 o'clock.
-Aciatisiort.--Iloseo and karynette no Conti; l: amity, Co'
cit., 25 cents; Private Boxes, 63,00 and 5,00, according to
location:. Single Seats In Boxes, 7A cents. No
extra eltaro .1 . 43 r reserved aeaLa.
pITTSBURGIT THEATRE.---
Sotatasaa. AMINO, AND ertatitt;attosa.-...1. B. Eth'iVE
boom Open at %to 7 o'clock; commence at 7%. t
O TITIS' -EVENING, SepleMbet 22d; be performed,
13A.111LET, PRINCE
~
Barnlet
- To conclude with the screening Farce of
TEE STAGE STRUCK FAMILY.
,
•
Piuoxr or ADMI3SION.— , Prilllte - Boxebhs4,oo, Single Seat
in Private Box. $1,0 4 4 Panjuette and Dreas Circle, chairs,
50 cents; Family Circle, 2a cants; ()alined Gallery 25 , :ta;
Colored Boxes._ cents; Gallery 2.5 cent..
RETURN OF THE ,a6.3APB,Eus
MASONIC:. HALL,
One week only, commencing Monday, September 19th.
•••' RITMS,,EY & NEWCOMB' S"
ORIGINAL CAMPBELL, MiKSTRKL,S, BRASS BAND,
and, Double Trofipo, atitr the, only Campbells now
m.'exiitterice; 'MI others assuming.the name are nothing
more. thiminountobanka and imposters, not to, be gust
ed.. We caution the public against ettch..
The advantages the Campbells enjoy above any other
Minstrel Organizations, arise from their wintering
L the
last twelveseara,inAhekionthern country, Their delin
eations olegreCharkihrer ere tekao ft - oh:natural scenes
and incidents in African life, and aim at presenting the
Mbileal and Col - Meal pe•eultarities of the Southern Negri:,
and elevating him to his proper standard of Natural Wit
and'Musieal Talent, presenting the phases of Negro Life
on tho Plantation. and representing the musical
ca bil
ities of the more refined Negroes of cities and Tillages.
In 'representing truthfully the Shades and Peculiantiee
of Negro Lile, the universal accord has stamped the
complicit artists unapproachable and defying.
air Free Moony Serenade by the CAMPBELL
BRASS BAND: led by the Wizard Bugler, August Achi.
Doors open at 7 o'clock; commences at !,‘ to 8.
ADMITTANCE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. •
; ' • - P. A:CLARKE,
eels Agent- and Business Director.
RE-OPE.N IN G-.
PROF. COWPERS'
FASHIONABLE DIMCING ACADEMY
• Al SEVILLE !TALI,
Comer if Fourth and i,iherty .Stmt , , Attdwrqh
PROF. COW PER, HAV LNG RETURNED
to the city,respect fully informs the citizens of Pitt
burgh and Allegheny, that he will re-open his Dancing
Academy at the above Hall, on SATURDAY, September
ad, and will cOntinue to teach the accomplishment in
its various branches, together with instrtictions lathe
etiquette of the hall room antisocial circle, Graceful De
portment of Person, &e. All the latest and most :Bole I
ionable Hall Riaon and Parlor Dances. as taught by . him
in the Eastern cities, such as; Les Caledonians, Cautions,
Polish Mazourka Quadrilles, Lee Lancier quadrille,
Polka Quadrilles, Scnottish Quadrilles, London Lancer
quadrilles, Russian Mazourka Quadrilles, Plain or Ger
man Waltz, Esoneralito Waltz, Vassnviana Waltz, Schou
tiseh or German Polka, Cinque or Five Step Waltz, Cici.
henne, Milliekin, Espanola and Bohemian Polkas, He.
down, Polka Mazinirlta, Gallopinle, Spanish Dance, Ever
green Polka, Lleillienue Circle,will he taught at
inoderate terms. Days of Tuition will" be as follow,:
LADIES' CLASS—Thursdays and Saturdays, from 4
to O. I'. 51.
MASTERS AND NI ISSES—Thursdays and Saturdays
from 5 to 5, P. M.
GENTLEMEN'S CLASS--Thursdays and Saturdays,
from S to 10. P. M.
PRIVATE CLASS FOR LADIES who desire IL
Prof. Cowper will also give Instructions to Private
rlasses, or instructions given at the residenee of pupils,
if rem aired.
N.l3.—Prof. C. can he seen at the above Hall, on days
of tuition, from 2 to a, and 7 to 10, P. M., or at the SCOTT
HOUSE, daily. aug2i
JOBI W. iIcCARTIIV,
RILL POSTER,
Will attend to the Contributing and Posting of
BILLS, CIRCULARS, CARDS & PIIOOIIOINES
Amusements, Railroads, Steamboats,
Ships, Hotels, Sales, Etc.,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
VIA-Orders seat to the office of the Pittsburgh Morn
tag 11,1, or Dad!, Gazette, will receive prompt attention
NEW FALL GOODS,
C. HANSON LOVE'S,
No. 74 Market Street
WE ABE HAPPY TO BE ABLE TO
infaradribr btimereua frienda, raaterners and
the public generally, that Cc are tine opal:Dug the most
ATTRACTIVE stock of
FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS,
Mourning Goods, llonsefurni3hing Goods,
DOMESTIC & STAPLE GOODS,
That we have ever been able to offer. In our stoel: will
be found all the novelties of the season, there being soy
eral.styles NEVER BEFOREOFFERED IN THIS MAR•
SET. IV will also be ulm,eit daily m receipt of
NEW GOODS
IItEW GOODS
INEW GOODS
In addition to our iireiient iitoek, all or winch will be sold
as low, and a good many artieles lower, than they ran be
found in the city. Please call and examine our stock
befort , purchasing elsewhere.
NEW GOODS
INEW GOODS
74 Market at., between Fourth a Diamond,
pirrsßintwi, PA
1 NEW GOODS
INEIW GOODS
STONE WATER PIPES,
' ratat ,TIF 0 TO . SIX INCH CALIBRE:
Prices from Twelve to Thirty pts.per Foot
ROCHESTER PEARL STARCH,
For sale Wholesale at IfanufactureN Prices by
HENRY IL COLLINS,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
CHEESE, BUTTER, SEEDS, FISH,
GENTEEL BOARDING.—Six gentlembn
can be accommodated with rooms and boardink,
in a nratelass boarding house
.pleasantly located op
Liberty street, two minutes walfetrom thebnainese
pitt
tton of the city. Fur further Information apply to W
H. W It ITN EY, W. the °thee of the Morning Pont,
stur2:i
!k!cgnD MU M> DIM
8.6 :3DT.3FP;
DEALERS IN MANILLA, U EMI, COTTON AND JUTE
C 0 - RDAGE,
OAKUM, TAR, PITCR AND ROHN TARPAULIN
DUCK, AND !WAVY litill.l,lN(J.
No. 110 Water. atrial.
G. lIIJSSEY ek C 0,,, lot y c . r „ iiviv e,
el • . to. thetr near ttot
..tOppor: Viwube, tit.,, in VIM
street,
etreet, in the isifiw I!qh Front 111(014,
otWO:a.
Manuf," l "re r4
Braziers': Bolt and Sheitittug OupDo-r
. _
Pressed Copper Bottoms, Locomotive To ldnM, 14 ' 4 ."
Still Bottom and Flats or all Sizes, Brasil Kenny., Micas{
dndotHei• CoPper, tioldarg r ColiPOilLiV i&
Pie'!) / 43 0 WA -0, Mo.
Zinc, Antimony, Sheet Iron, Tinners' Tools, lc.,
Zia , Sheet Copper eat to any pattern
Fruit,Jars, Fruit Jars„
& CO.; . Is 7 Zo. 109 WATER
Iv Smut, are prepared. to Cal all orders, Villtplessla or
Retail, for thou' ' ' •
"21".AT,EIVI. PRESERVING. JAREt"
Also, CORK,JARS, with shoulders. A liberal dlecoupt
poutdo to the 'Prude. aug3l:lm-lsta2d-
ponFoLfos, for sale by
J. R. WELDIN
_......~_ =~~fit__ ~:~
2wittnftmls.
NOW OPENING AT
SLIAN% RAGLANS
NEW GOODS,
C: HANSON LOVE,
TERRA COTTA OR
AND ITTIOLUAIS DUIXR II
AND PRODUCE GENERALLY.
No. 25 WOOL ST.. PITTSBURGH
PITTSBURGH COPPER ROLLING MILL
'itA;
No. 37;SINIt jiltroet,..Pittsburich,EPo.
..-:)::,, -. . 7 ••• .- '. 4, i , : , ; - ;:•: - . - ,:::-:.r.-:.';-''-,"- . ., - -.::*. 1 ;%.•...:T,' -::.f
orldiesatta go -Net.
ASSIGNEE'S SAME
On Fridtty;libiitilifibtly 4.Atl;-1439.
AT TWO: 6'Cl:obli, 1".
I WILL OFFER• AT :PUBLIC SALE OX THE
YItIIWISFS,
AT EA.ST' LIVERPOCL,
IXI4UMBIANA•CUUNTY,
,OUZO,
AU the right,.tiße,mterest and'elaim of BLARE-
Es ,i , ofort,aml to a the following, property. to wit:
A FARM, CONTAINING:B El% ACRES,-
Adjoining East Liverpool, 'abotit one:half mite front
the Ohio rtvesr; ht East Liverpool depot, en the Pittsburgh
and' clevelattd Railroad. Part of the land is -heavily
timberecLuAderlaid, with-coal And PPttn.r's clay, well wa
terer:, with alinndillaulldingetrine, admirably adapted
to . gardeningand fruit growing, being only
- two hour's
'utrfrartrrittt4l4rgtt. ,
Also; totsrl , lns. 444 to 493 inelitstve.S.Z‘and part of S3B,
in Blakely's additions to the town of East Liverpool.
Also, one itenoudshand. atitam engine part of the
steamboat Arena., The farm will be sold together or in
lots to suit purehasbrs.
Plans of the property eau bo seen at my office. 99
Grant street, Pittsburgh, or at the oMee of SANFORD
C HlLL,..fisq., ..sti• Liverpool. —rfermo dash.
WM. 11. {.301113E1.4..,
ASsigtiee'of lames Blakely. Esq.
The above property Is very valuable, and must, from
its advantages, increase rapidly when the effect of flie
revulsion have passed away. soli)
A Splendid Warn!, •
. 1 - A P ABOUT ONE HUNDRED ACRES.
V within an hour'. ride of Pittsburgh, for 'ale on lib
eral terms. Apply at this office, to
angll JAMES P. BARR.
OMESOFFEItED.—IIomes to be had in
II in the City of Allegheny, equal in comfort to
country seats, and yet nepr enough to-the centre 01
business to accommodate business men in either eitY,
tuni,give to them a home with the desirable comforts of
city.and country united. There are about one hundred
Iota : of 100 feet, equate, some, .of them larger, lying
between Western avenue and Ohio Lane, Allegheny
avenue, and the West side of the Commons. Each lot
has a good street in front and alley in the rear. Each
man having afoul 100 feet front !maroon' to beautify his
lot with a handsomehouse, surrounded pith shrubbery,
thereby' making it e colony of residences equal to
country seats; with the conveniences of the cities.
These beautifill lots will be leased for twenty-one years,
with the,privilege 'of IMrchasing them within, that
period.: They are open for election now. Thoso who
wish so 'desirable &location would de well to call soon on
THOMAS WOOD, Land Agent,':
No. tEI Fourth street
FOR SALE.—A superior Farm of 15a
acres in good farming of der. in Knox eounty, Ohiq
a huge proportion of it river bottom land: it iv offered al
a great bargain. - Enquire of TliOblAS WOODS,
mrlfraf N 0.1042: Fourth at.; Land Agent.
UM4 D %\n6 ,
THE ADMIRERS 0F
Steinway's Pianos,
Are reapectfally informed that we are now receiving our
FALL SUPPLY
Of the CELABRATED PIANO-FORTES. The demand
for those fine instruments is so far in advance of the sup.
ply. that purchasers should give us an EA ttLy CALI. in
order to secure a Choice.
KLEBER k BRO.,
Sole Agents forSteintray's Photos,
So. LI Fifth street
esses. tosiuhlizit , ll
, I,;,rripts af Maariqurt, ..11. D.
. - ,
drr Pointing OUt a motto or cure at once certain and
e I..et nal, bylebeveir sufferer, no matter what blieon
.‘,l.lln, mar cure tltnogell wittoot the ktrowleAce et ecru
r“ ,, t1113131P, snd al tle , lent verstMe req. thereby aset , e
.. tI; it numerous quacks and ;puck nostrums of t for Any.
The Author wait French Physician of gnat attstrms
A h o rissny years in Ins ....Mottling' lite non. , and
~ . ..stment or ttits.lll...rtae, rrhlchannusltycarries ttiontanos
n.; an ...timely grave. Sent under ia.al to any toldn se.
• or tiropostaas stsrTeps.
Address. S. C PAINS A CO, Untsvllle.
41., - ti HAT B.z ,
4:* 0,,
-V ,•
745 4:
FfILI4ERNLEtIi 84 COLLORD,
A.ND DTALVLS IN
HATS, CAPS, AND FURS,
Are daily receiving from mAnufacturerq, an elltirP not,
and comp lets stock 73 Wood street,
.ettlytiew 3 door. from Fourth
W • D. lIUGUSI
No. (19 Market St., for. Fourth,
ARE PREPARED to o ff, to Wholesale
and Retail Raynrs, a large and attractive stock ,1
FRENCH. BRITISH AND In )3IESTIC
DRY GOODS,
Black and Fancy 81110,, :Sew St) le Pruitod IN-lane
IttaißS, Printed 31erioos, Cashmere and Del.aine
SHAWLS AND DUSTERS,
IN IiREAT VARIETY'
A etttnitlute And full km-1z of fit )I'SEK EF.PINti ant
DOMESTIC GOODS
The above eximprisea one of the liitßii.F.NT and MOS'
.Vl"f ACTIVE STOCKS ever offered. Parelmwen are ii
vaed to examine and Judge fur thempielves. nen:ly
DUQUESNE IRON STORE
COLEMAN, HAILMAN & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
Iron, Nails, Steel Springs, Axles, Wrought
Nuts, Washers, Spikes, Bolts,
FLAT RAILROAD DAR OF ALL SIZES, ETC., ETC
Have removed Jo their new extensive Warehouse.
Nos. 17 Water and 94 Front Sts.,
Where they are prepared to execute all orders in their
havingline, , a large and complete assortment of -Lu
quesne' manufactured goods constantly on hand,
which they offer on Liberal tonne. MEd(
To Livery Stable keepers and
Others.
THE UN DEIZIGN ED BEING DESI-
ItoUS of retiring front the Li very Business, will sell
without reserve. Ile". Stock and Lease of the Livery Sta
ble commonly known to the "EAGLE LIVERY STA
BLE," situate on the corner Of Liberty and Seventh 'ls.,
Pittsburgh.
The stock comprises fourteen good Livery Horses,
several of which are admirably adapted for farruly ;
sin 'Top Buggies, some Of them neatly new: three no
Top Buggies; two very finely finished Carriages in com
plete style, and suitable either for private faintly or hr.
.ery.use; five cOthPlete'sets of Double Harness; nine sets
Single Harness; two Two-Horse Sleighs; two TWollorse
Cadm's; Ehsterb mike, srery iittlei.used; fire Gneaorse
Cutters, some of them latest last fall style; Ladies' And
Gentlemen's Riding Saddles; Bridles; Whips, ac; Buffalo
Robefr, Blankets a fine assortment of Sleigh Bells, and
all the necessary satiates for the Livery Business.
The above will be sold, with or without the lease, as
may be, agreed upon. The lease has an unexpired term
of Four years, to run from the Ist of April hitt, and the
stables are situated in a first rate locality, being in the
most central part of the city. This is a strong induce•
meat to parties desirous of engaging in the business,
and is in every respect an excellent opportunity for such
persons
Forfurthar particulars apply on the premises, in at the
Office of R. L. ALLEN,
No. GO Wood at., Pittsburgh.
W. G. CHITTI4)K & CO.,
,
Tur016 . 1011410 11 . 1101.c+41.1 IIZALTIN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
CIS 1111Tin1. and 4:111 Merchant Meg
P II 11, A b P hi 1.4
ARK ,Nllli/ Itle,Clo V N4l lelt()ffls
ttioje,
1111P4/11TA'lltl NM,
int,r f wll4 u rimNennilvlpput 11( $ 40.1!., 4,14149.1 0.
raglan', 994 4,10 ThypP, , 1111101tenflod
Atnarirttu 1 0 lo r
ylill ntisitlet tlH#l)i ld t,tt.f. Ed Ilm`rfPila, ,ow of 1110 'lwo
Riftlfv , tivt , ati0 , 44111 4 - 11 t , IgEtE4 !,
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ItiArunsieWs; 11111411:211h1/01
'4,11411414J1 k tilillYilltll, AORNTS,
liNr 40.0deitafis •
I (l Afigq .l- "I " g A ill II INSUIIAANCE
Ittlateply,.l9,4.4mitioifL CHlO'lOl4,ll Elhpitpi,
P.50,/111/J. iii# l lll AikArnllol, H.
carrl ,4 o.HT ol4 f ' 1 1) ?tHr, ANI 51A Id NE TN
-04, !if.; iyAmPAft , joitH
MVO,
tZ ,It i7t, Pf.Atilei,ll 3 'H. Alr.t
iNriltunNcE 4 , 4 )tit PAN
phiw i,f;narntaibld, A. 6 4 , 4 44 4, $44. 4 14,44ta .41 4144;4 4140 E H A WI . ,
Pro.thdinnti U. H. •
ay/tly
_ „ .
A:2titif & sow.,
DRAPJERS AND TAILORS
1m0."62 9t. cur :treat:
PlTTea UPON I ; _ 2Al_.
EBB'S FREE MASON MON rrEE3
sou by pow - J. E. WRLDIN.
MIMS
_.._ use;._ - -;: i:-=.,._,.
BEEMIIIME6
*MO , pates.
GLEAgOIi- : CO: - have arrived , from
lan Eastern Trade oe, %clip over. Ten Thou
sand volnin'4 bt Books: AMT . Will no l eireiy evening this
week at if,f, o'clock. commencing MONDAY, September
19th; 'arthe C.inmereitti eiaes - Boonts,No.T.4 Fifth street.
The stock is entirely fresh, and embraces every depart
ment of literature, anal,
Theologieal, Poetical, MeellanicaliSclentific and Juiren.
lie. "Also, Ilibles..and Prayer Books, Letter.' Cap 'and
Note Paper, Envelopes, Stationery, and al rake and pat.
terns cv Blank Books. Will be included in the sales, an
extensive collection of Geld and Silver watches, In open
and hunting eases,lrith superior English end American
patent lever nfoverrients; warranted perfect time keep
ers. 'Also, tine gold jewelry, comprising splendid sets
of Cameo, Mosaic, Lava, Jet, Florentine, Painting, Jlifo.
sine, Gold Stone, Coral, Garnet; Mid tithe- : of line
gold jewelry; Wavelets, Pins, turd Ear Drops; tine gold
Gnarl; Vest and rub tine gold'Finger Wogs for
ladies exid - gehtlemen ; Shirt Snide and Sleeve Buttons;
gold Pens in silver and gold cases; 'gold 'Pencils, Tooth
Picks and Watch Neys,ltigetheriith a general assert
ment of goods unnally found in tirst class jewelry estab
lishments; and all warranted as rep esehte.d. Table and
Pocket Cutlery, Silver Plated Ware, Lilies' Cabals, ca
has, Reticules and Wrrk Boxes; Albums. Port Folios.
Port Monaias, Morocco and Buckskin Purses, and an
immense collection of useful fancy goods. The goods
are now open for examination and private sale, during
the day:: P. M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
FOtlfi'l l
D LA ST SiLE — OF LOTS
Ili PENNSTADT, on THURSDAY AFTERNOON,
September at two o'clock, on the premises. A
aerial train' of passenger ears will leave the railroad
depetworner of burnt and Liberty street.s.rit 12% o'clock
on day of sale, and take persons to and front the ale
free. 'Free. tickets to be had at the. Auction Booing,
No. 54 Fifth street. Those wishing to attend the sale,
for free tickets early, as all must have tickets who
wish ti) go. Terns of ;ale Five dollars wsh,. and five
dollars a month, ma all lots selling for less than fifty
ibillar.4; all lota that sell for fitly dollars and upwards,
half cash, and half in one year. Interest 011 Jul defer-
red payment,. Tula perfect. Fifty dollars premium
on all lota Unproved within thirty days of the sale,
herelotore, and Oils is the laat.
situ I'. M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
11 0 F .N v v r i),s . ,
s A c T s. A UCTION.—C . : ) n . FRIDAY
Commercial Sales toeomm.l:, rN3Uoth
s , 4 at i, gf , d wt t r l e o e ci t, lt, o a n t t ,„ 11 0 e .
count iot whom It . may concern, witl be sold .$20,000
Bmidw_bisned by .the- Borough of Waekliington, Pa- to
the Climbers Valley Railroad Compimv.
eel. P. NI. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
ÜBLIC SALE OF -MA01111.4 E S.
FOUNDRY, AND SMITH SHOP, WITH TOOLS,
MATERIALS, 11C,AT LAT it 013E.- 7 1V70 oold ttriniblic
side en'T ()BSI/AY:September 27th, at 10 o'clock, A. M,
on the premises, the Machine Shop, with other build
ings, and six lots of ground on the corner of Railroad
and Jefferson streets, in Latrobe, Westmorelnrid minty,
Pa, On the line of the Pennsylvania Railroad..io
east of Pittsburgh, lately used as near Manufactory, and
even way well adapted for the business, or for the mam
ufaciure of AgricUltural Implements. Also, the Ma
chinery and Tools, consisting of Engine and Boilers,
Turning Lathes, Drill Press, Bolt Cutting Machine, Cir.
rular FMCS, Mortice and Termoning Machines, Wood
Planer, 'Congueing and Grooving ltracliine, Taps, Dies,
Shafting, Belting, Pulleys. Grindstone. Blacksmith and
Macluttiote,' Hand Tools, Patterns, Lumber rind Iron.
sale will he potitive. ae the owner is engaged in
oCher business. Persons desiring to examine the estate
lishment prior to the day of sale, can tin se . by calling
ni t D. ?Arnett:in, at Latrols- Terms, at the note, will be
made 'USUAL Isola] P. M. DAVIS. Auctioneer.
NEW FIRIIL
GALLAGHER, CRAIG & CO.,
BRASS FOUNDERS,
STEAM AND GAS PIPE FITTERS.
?LUMBERS and FINISHERS oral! kinds of hrass
siork,
DEALERS IN GAS FIXTURES, &C.
°Mee and 'Wareroom, No. 124 Wood et.,
tly r Door• from Fifth
Foundry, No. 162 First st., Ave Doors below
Monongahela Hoo•e.
The well-known praetlcal skill and expenenee in the
various branches of Braes Casting, Steam and Ga- Pipe
httwg. of the genior member,. of tiro firm, (who will
Give their personal attention to all work entrusted to
them,; should nnutle ri,s ton share of public patronage.
All Orders Promp
)yl-I,tf
CANNEL COAL OIL.
SOMEATE" THE GoOD QUALITIES OF
netinnt emln..l 0.1 Oil, are the.,—
IT RIVALS GAS LIGHT IN BRILLIANCY;
IT IS EXTIREW NON-EXPLOSIVE;
MAE e.l nrerßn .4ROUT;
IT IS CONVENIENT PYJii GENERAL. 1 7 SE:
ITEURNS WITHO fT ANY OFFENSIVE ODOR;
IT CLEA It A ND REA u TIP CI, LV COLOR' ;
ITS A ?PEA RA NcE IN THE LA MP I 5 (ALVA MEN
TA L AND ATTRACTIVE;
IT DOES NOT PER.II-4NENTLY SOIL C.4IZIE7Ii.
CLOTHING. dt, on alarh ra.za qtini, a 1.--ge
n o , st, bamg One 71 the rt, !tr . !, fr, elm n 9 sad":
vrKLI;
IT IS EMPHATICALLY TILE ('HEA PEST UGH.
KNOWN.
DIRECTIONS FOR ITS USE.
Ott to a responsible dealer and arrant a good coal oil
lamp. Secure thin ancka, so that they will move readily
up and down in the tube. Trim the wick with sharp
scuo.era, eaectly even with the top of the wick-tul.o.
clipping °tithe rmall projecting points at the corners.
Fill your lamp with oar oil. Turn up tine wick carefully
at first_ so its not to crack the chimney.
A -bade will greatly enhance its exeeiience for rend
ing or poewtng tor.
hy the careful observance or these directions. you will
secure a light (hot cannot fail to plenum.
Our facilities for refining are now vein perfect and
completo. and having devoted a great .lea of lottoonoilc
attention to the art. we bait , sin:o4,loa in producing an
aruele of the very brat quality, to which we invite the
especial attention of the trade. All orders will be filled
at the lowest rates.
For ietle by the barrel. or in quantal,. to mint eu..in-
Mere, by ADAIR & VEEDRR
Rent:wry of Foul von,
No. II l'enten Avenue .near High street,
je:r..3inninnw (not far from the court
BIRMINGHAM
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
WRITING ACADEMY,
College Mal, Diamond Ellen:gingham
TERMS. CASH. ON ENTRANCE.
()manic:art Writing $ l5 )
Plain Writing 1U }. Time unlimited
'Writing and Book-liorptng . 3))
N All A FE ER. Professor of W hung nod Brok• Keeping.
I. If. LEITHEAD, Ja.. Professor of Penmanship •
C. F. WELLS, Professor of Book-Keeping and Com
mercial Calculations.
REV. W. It. BOLTON, Lecturer on Illidory and tier'.
eral Subjects.
LION. It. P. FLENNIKEN, Ex-U. S. Minister to Den
mark, a member of the Pittsburgh liar, Lecturer on
Commercial Law.
PROF. M. F. EATON, Lecturer on Elocution.
Call and see what has never been before attempted by
any penman, namely: Bpecitnens of Ornamental and
Practical Penmanship executed in your pratnce, in the
diorde of from 20 secondsnpwards.
Go ixf boarding at V. 1,50 per week. Birmingham Ferry
tee for students. Entrance atanvtime. For specimens
if off-hand Business Writing, eIICIO9O 2 postage stamp:,
and address
0.11. LEITREAD, Principal,
Pittsburgh. Pa.
MEE]
CEO=
BULGER & DAVITT,
Manufacturers of evory descnptiou of
FUg'3NITUI~.E,
No. 41$ Smithfield Street,
A full It F.ortmeut of PITTSBURGH MANUFACTUR
ED FURNITURE, constantly on hand, which we will
801 l at the lowest prices for Cash-
ATNA STOVE WORKS .
ALEXANDER BRADLEY,
EANCIACTVEII AND DIM TVIRT ValUrft OP
Cooking, Parlor & Heating Stoves
PLAIN AND FANCY GHATS lB.02(1,3, &O.
Bole Proprietor of the Celebrated
PATENT GAS EURNING AND SMOKE CONSUMING
COOK STOVES.
filen and Satins ROOMS,
on2ndy2p Via 4 Woad Street Artsburgh,
1-1 - I .EIV7.ES. 'IT A.
NUT AND BOLT FACTORY
hoot it llotPressod Nuts of all sizes on hand, and man
ufactured. Also, Bolts for Bridges, Machinery, Agrieul
oval ImPlo meats, ke., furnished at short notice.
Warehouse, No. 114 Water street.
KNAP, SCULLY
; 4 11isT PREMIUM AWARDED BY TUE
MTATF, FAIR TO
GRAFF & CO.
FOR THE HEST
nr ttio land (tango for 'familia., and beet Weed Cook
hh,yo I sploina for host Laundry Stove. Also on hand,
la, so assorttnont of Heating Stoves, Plain and Fancy
thlkit• Fronts, renders, Sad and Log Irons, Sugar Het-
Inn, 'l'on Bottles, Wagon Boxes, Hollow-Ware, ae.
BHA rr COHo• US Liberty street;
At the head of Wood street.
PITTSBURGH STEEL WOR
BA AC JONES JNO. J. 80YD....131111. M'CULOUGH
JONES., BOYD & CO.,
lIAMOTA=M 9
CAST STEEL.
Spring, Plow. and A. B. Steel Springs
and AmXes
CORNER ROSS AND FIRST STREETS,
PITTSBURGH. PA
REPUBLICS MAY BE OVERTHROWN,
moruirchles Mai b 0 ernsbed,ilager beer may fall -
to two cents; but mennuist wear HATS. AS well feed
men on ton penny rails, as ask, them to do without
clothing. So, go supply your mints at 'FLEMINCPS,I
Corner Wood and Sixth streets. 'Stock. large and new,.
and pncestelow competition. seal
CI-lOICE LOCATIONS for Country Resi-.
dances, Gardens, ne... sin:mite near the city for WO:
mat warmth= BON, la Market omit-
J. HARVY DAVIS . JOHN PHILLIPS, ....... JOSEP H H. DAVIS.
DAVIS SL_ PAILLI.PS,
BRASS FOUNDERS AND MANUFACTURERS,
P= 17 Zir_ S a.
. •
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN •.
PLUMBIM MATERIALS, GAS FIXTURES, PUMPS AND BRASS WORK,
OF EVERY I.E. , cRIPTION.
Agents for Allen's Celebrated Steam and Water Guages,
kANIIPACTORY,.NO. 110 : WATER, AND 104 FRONT STS..
PITTSBURGH, PENN'A.
•
Warer.mms. 61 IV cxd street, Pittsburgh, and Federal street, Allegheny City.
aug3Cnus24
Insurance and Trust Companl.
OFFICE IN COMPNNY'S BUILDING,
403 WALNUT ST., PIIILADELPRIA. CHARTER. PER
PORTA
Ant hoiA,T,ed Capital, 5500,000.
CAPITAL—PaIti in and securely inveskd
AS Ty, 11.11( I. 1859.
CA3H--012 Inaid And lu Ban!' 412,611 Ki
In hands olAgents 0.6 . .7 1-
Real Estate owned by the Company.
Bonds and Mortgagee—tearing six. and seven
per rent. interest 1:,2,940 00
Debts dun Ibe Company. well seeurell.
Stock—Par value 7sAr•ti
13illsrerelvaLle for 10an.9, de., not yet matured . 21),117 as
All other securities 15,00000
LIABILITIES.
LossEs—Adjusted, not yet due—. ..... .$ 6,303 .16
I , nadjusted 7,031 67
Awaiting proof 5.00 u 00
All othei. claims .. 31,574 57
OREM
ASSURANCE cOI.'4II 3 A.NY
NO. 1, MOORGATE STREET, LONDON.
CAPITAL- $0,29140400 00
PAID UP CAPITA:, AN I SURPLUS.. 2,194,111 02
ANNUAL It EVE:St:E. for the year
eudiug January 31,1533--
THIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST
Loss or Damage by Fire. almost every description
of Property. The Yates f Prennians art noxlcratr, and,
i n nit cases, I , atd.upon. the character of the owner or
occupant. and the merits of the rink.
Lonscs promptly adjusted and paid without reference
to London. A spec at permanent fund proridal to Phan.
dolphin J . cr parnrai of beta in ihtn'erillntrY.
. .
Messrs. Lunen 51'Cully & Co., 174 Wood street:
Jot Floyd Ai Co.. 173 Wood Street;
" Hro,l n 4 Kirk pat ricks, 193 Liberty str, et
" I Gregg I no Wood ..dreet.;
WElroy A Co.. 54 Woo,' street:
JIIIIICS sl'l'nndles%k Co.. lea Fdreet.
" Mil' k h Co.. tr, Val, strt , l;
" 11 A. Fahnestoek k Co„ Font and W.] at,;
Jr. W,Mdwell & f Seen.) and Wood ,ds.:
Atwell, Lee & Co., M Wood street
& Co, Fourth and Market ,tree to
" 51eant, A Co., Wood and Water st
lILTVRISMS IN PIMADEIPIra.
George H. :tituart, Eo,l, 13 Bonk rdreel;
Mes4r.i. Myer, Clttgltorrt A Co, .232 Market tdreet:
.• M'Kee A C 0.,;:.." South Front ntr‘lei;
" M'('uteheon A Collin., Front and New ,dreetm
Janie, Graham k C. 2u and 22 Letit. xt reet
Joeeph B. Min hell, Esq, Prluidr-nt M. , chame, Hank
illnleh Dunlap. E....q„ Pc.ident. Union Bank:
Bon W.. 1. Porter, Tale Judge :;uprenn)
J AMES W. AHR OTT. A guilt,
T.:l - ITornr,. Ufhee. 103
ALLEGHENY INSURANCE CO.,
OF PITTSBURGH.
OFFICE--No. 37 Filftk Strect, Bank flock.
T U RE-; AGAINST ALL K LNI)s (ft'
FIRE AND MARINE RISK:3.
ISAAC .1, Pret-nlent: J"I1N li. 3IerOIIIt, Va•.>
Pr , , , h2ntt. D. M. WOK, Sta.tretay : rapt. WILLI
DEAN. general Agent.
D'irt.rmats--1-atan .Innnt.. C. ti. Ii ~'.•.
Ur. R. t' I.:ray. intl.. A. WiDnn, It I. Fahin—t—'l , • 3 "lt
D.3lrenni. M Pennock. H. I'. Sterling. Capt. Wln.
Dean. Th., M. 1101 , P, Rnht. mytk.
DELAWARE 11 l'TtA L
INSURANCE COMPANY
INCORPORATED BY THE LEI
'MIZE OF PENNSIXANIA,I ,2 S
0 FFICE, S K CORNER THIRD A SP WA LNUTS
Marine insurance.
ON VESSELS. )
CARGO, r' To all part, of the wort , L
FREIGHT, )
On G00d, , , t,v River, Cann!, and T.and Carl-mire.
Bonds. Mortgage+, and Real F.,tate
Plnladelphla Ctty 1 - 4 cent. L0an.....
Pennsylvania State Loans
United States, Treaaury Notes.
Railroad .19, vent. Mortgage Band.,
Stocks In Railroads, Gas and Insurance Cog_
Balance m hands of Agents+, Premium,. o n )
Marine I'ohcies recently issued, and other 61...25S 14
debts' due the Company ... .. )
laWse4 70
DlllretOU-
Wm. Martin, Samuel E. Stokes,
Edmund A. Sender, J. F. Peniston,
Theophilus Paulding, Henry Sloan,
John R. Penrose, Edward Darlington
John C. Davis. H. Jones lireiike,
James Traquair, Spencer WIIVIAIIIe
Wm. Eyre, Jr., omit. C. Hand,
James C. Hand, Robert Burton,
Wm. C. Ludwig, i / 14 , i , P. Jones,
Joseph 11. Seal, James R. M'Farlitrot
Dr. R. M. Huston, Joshua P. Eyre,
Geo. G. Lieper, John B. Semple. Pitt
Ilugh Craig, D. T. Morgan,
Charles Kelley, J. T. Logan,
MILLIAM MARTIN, President.
THOS C. HAND, Vice President
limas Lirt.nrals, Secretary.
P. A. MADEIRA. Agent.
de= No. 95 Water street. Pittsburgh
PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Opposite the Custom House,
WILL MAKE ALL KINDS OF INstr_
RANCE, either Perpetual or Limited, on every
description of Property or TAlerehandise, ut reu , onable
rates of premium.
ROBERT P. RING, President.,
M. W. BALDWIN, Vice President,
DIRECTORS:
PITTSBURGH, PA'.
PENNSYLVANIA INSURANCE CO
Of Pittsburgh.
DI RECTORS.
Jacob Painter, Rot , Patterson, I. Greer Sproul,
C. A. Colton, James H. Hopkins. A. A. Career,
Henry Sproul, .Nich. Voeghtly, George W.Sro it h.
A. J. Jones, Wade Httinyrto , Robert Patrick.
Chartered Capital._ . 9300.000
FIRE AND MARINE RISKS TAKEN, of all do
scriptions.
Pittsburgh Insurance Company,
NO. 96 WATER STREET, PITTSBURGH.
ROBERT GALWAY, PresidingALES.
ALEX. BRADLEY, Vico President.
F. A. RINEHART, Secretary.
ROY - Insures against HULL AND CARGO RISKS, on
tho Ohio and Mississippi Rivers and tributaries, and
MARINE RISES generally.
And against loss and damage by Fire, and against the
Porde of the Sea and Inland Navigation and Transpor
tation.
_ _
,-a_,_ _.._..._ _ _...-- - _.._
3nsura n g:
GREAT WESTERN
J. WRIGHT, Secretary. •
R. W. POINDEXTER, Agent,
97 Water .t., PU4,11'1401
E, L . 23k2=l a=i
WiITABLIBHED IN. 1836
SAFETY
to all partN of th,-
FIRE
Oo Merehanalse generally,
(In Sn,re, ihvelhnc Houpes, elr., etc.
ASSETS O F THE C'O.IIPA 1 Y,
N0V11111..11 1. 1559
NO. 149 CHESNUT STREET,
Charles liayes, _ . _
E. R. Cope,
E. IA Englida, George W. Brown,
P. 11. Savory, Joseph S. Paul,
C. Sherman, John Clayton,
S. J. itlakTargee, E. Wilor,
F. BLACVICHS, Secretary.
jy•Lly Corner T G. COFFIN, Agent,
Third and Wood streets
No. 63 Fourth Street
0171CMII :
A. A. CARRIER, President.
I. GRIER SPROUL, Secretary. Haßly
OIRAOTORB
, -
Robert Galway, Samuel
Joseph P. Gazzarn, M. D., John Scott,
James Marshall, David Richey,
James W. Hallman, Chtules Arbuthnot,
Alexander Bradley, J. 1.. Leech,
John Fullerton, N. F. Hart,
R. Robinson, Robert H. Hartley,
William Carr, 'Gill. felLs
Western Insurance Company
OF PITTSBURGH
GEORGE DARSIE, Preside nt
F. M. GORDON. Secretary
Ornaz N 0.92 Water street, (Spans & Co.'s Warehouse
up etuirs,) Pittsburgh.
Will insure against all kinds of FIRE and MARINE
RISKS.
A Dome . Institution managed by Directors who are
well known in the community, and who are determined,
by promptness and liberality, to maintain the character
Which they hare assumed, as offering ho best protec
tion to those who desire to be insured:
ASSETS, APRIL 30th, 1.859.
Stock Accounts ........
.....
"°rtgae- nYit 7 io
Moo ur
O as pe h u Accotut , t
c
• m Notes-
Prmm No e tesand bills dtsoounted
DIZZOTORS
George Darsie, FL Miller. Jr,,
J. W. Butler, George W. Jackson,
James M'Anley, Alex. Speer,
Andrew Ackley, Wm. Mrcllnight,
NathanielHoknea, Alexander lomialr.,
Lang, Wm. H. Smith,
C.W...liakst. . atria
gletuing :fflachines.
Grout Reduction of Prices!
SIWGI-MR'S
SEWING MACHINES.
TILE S I BSC RIBER BEGS LEAVE TO
intone the public that frotn this day forward those
CELEBRATED 111ACHINEN will he sold at the tanta
lite 121-Htl 7 GEli PATES:
19.1}17
49,./0
Nt•ty F'arraly 'Alat•ltint. and Irtai Stand, cotnplete.„,s l3o 00
Now Trausic,e Shuttle Machine and Stand, com
plete $75 OU
f. , 15-, t 2.
No. 1 standard Machine and Stand, complete S 1 00
No. 2 Standard 31aehino and Stand, complete $lOO 00
VIS 909 "0
Nos., 32 and 34 Market street
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,
Is THE ONLY RELIABLE. BIACHIN.E,
EVER OFFERED AT A REASONABLE PRICE
TT IS THE SIMPLEST MACHIN E EVER
MADE. It use, tw threads without re-winding.
933,734 12
NEVER, DR EA KS NEEDLES,
Ana not liable to get out of order.
PRICE, ONLY THIRTY-FIVE DOLLARS
Send for o Circular. AGENTS WAN'? ED.
I. A 5! , 41(.1 ELL 3 NORTHROP.
NO. 0 0 MARK ET STREET,
,01 . St and S. Commons. Allegheny
The Grover & Baker
SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
Pittsburgh Agency, No. 107 Market St.
flarinu irrsatly increased the, facilities for mailiitastur
inir their CELKIMATED FAMILY MACIIING. , . with all the recent
redileed their priees, uud (Ohr G.
salt. a
NEW STYLE MACHINE
Price, 450--Hemmer, *5 Extra
It 1. no ,iite , tToned that t1i,...-111aeltint,arrtt
1,-t in ...•%11111:. 'cher
ti Em. :ATHEI: AM) STITCH •
In i ti.• tuna ,Ipernor and arr t hc only nutehi
in the mar kot that 14. r.• tell and .dmply males tit,
hut 1.13 ,'ht into v, lib Ito other inAstletio,
thou ,•tod:ddi,4l In 3 cirular
rnactilne. and fr.im which
A CHILD iiF TEN YEAS
May readily learn Mat to and keep them in order
TM, zisht 1111Nlad, of
FIFTEEN HUNDEFID STITCHES MINUTE.
And .11 In the at...lg ,bf a fancily cheaper than a arum
stress ran 114, it, even if she work, at the rate of
- - . -
I- Owl ,, a ttll,lrlll , l. father, or brother in the Unned
SLOP, Wii. will I , rmit the drudgery of hand sewiug
his I:nutty. when a tirover S Baker Machine will do if
I.etter, expetklitnt,ty. and cheaper than can
!Ay he 11011., h t 11‘11,1.
The first place in public estimati:m to now justly fiC
cordvd to the lirtaer s 134 Kt, Mac hine. for family
mg. for the following rea,m.:—lst. It is more simple
easily kept in order than any other ,Machine.
It utak os a scant which will not rip ur ravel. t hough every
third nutrh is cot. id. It sews from two ordinary
and thus all trouble of winding thread is avoided. while
tho roman machine ruin I.e adapted tit pleasure. tin a lzwro
eh a npe nC 5p., 0 1., to all varieties of work. 4th. samo
machine runs silk, linon thread, common spool Cotton.
With equal facility. sth: Tln , seam cla.stie as 11,e
most fabric, so that it is tree trom all liability - p,
break in Washing, ironing, or OtilarlVise. tit Ic The .titer
airs try this trairilini, inure l»wntrful dtsn any Oilier
hatni or machine.
oI'INIONS OF THE PRESS:
The best patent now to use.—Eaton Whig.
Stands lagh in the r,timati,,n all--(EtieC.in,titnition.
It is all that it is recommended--[Lama Democrat_
Ithas no superior—(Ashtabula Telegraph.
A household necessity--.[Banivta Herald.
Grover d. Baker's is unrivalled—(Rockport:Advertiser.
Meets the wants °Cale housewife—[Auburn Ch. Advo.
A necessity in the fa oily—{Southernlnventor.
The cheapest and best in use—{Baldwinsville Gazette.
They are the best in use—{Waterford Sentinel.
The best rnanufactured—Wittston Journal.
Worthy of public patronage—{Jersey Shore Repub.
Grover A Baker have the Best improvements-{Hunt-
Journal.
$ 35
10u.144 04}
114.4_5
30.11250
7 751 k
_`ol.ooo 0
4_,0t7 '53
• .
Not liable to get out of order--[Westchester Jett
The most convenient in use--[Chicago News Letter.
Possesses more advantages than any other-{Nash
Gazette.
All articles are made with it with ease-{Hazard's Ciao
Lightens the labor of those at home--tPloughmeu.
A chtla of ten years old max use it-.[ls armor and VI,
Will do most beautiful sewing-t Allentown Dem.
Sews silk. linen, or cotton threatl-[Pitts. Advocate.
Is more simple than any other-{Cleveland Reporte
Merits a place iu every family--{Abingdon Democra ,
Sews a yard a minute-I - Cleveland Leader.
The best in use for families-.4lliblical Recorder.
It makes a fine, strong seam-f Laporte Union.
NATTIAN WRITING, Agent,
dell No. 107 Market street
EYE AND EAR
DISPENSARY
Office 95 Moot street, (2d door, up seonrs.)Buffalo, F.
VSTABLISHED BY THE CELEBRA
..L:4 TED DE. JOHNSON, late of London, England.
A great discovery in the science of medicines. being
a certain and speedy cure for restoring the sight and
removing all diseases t,eculiar to the eye. This is uni
versally acknowledge,.l the only safe and sure remedy
now known. It hat , been used with great success by the
most skillful physicians in Europe and America.
Patient, in any part of the country can treat them
selves successfully at a moderate expense, thereby
avoiding the danger and expense of killing into the
hands of unskillful physicians. This medicine tsufbcient
to cored will be sent Mali or express, with all netseB
- direetions. on receipt of Ten Dollars.
Dr. Jaliamai's Cerh rlllll Ogre for Deafly., o
. . - .
Siogsot Noises in the Ears, NerTrais Hari
and Mind Comp/Mats,
Affording instant relief to sufferers who have been tree
Idiot with deafness for many years. After using th
remedy a few days tier patient is suddenly and atmo
mirsetdonsly enabled to hear ordinary toned conver
twin: en the C 011,.. Of a few weeks the most obsteme
ea,e of deafness is effectually cured.
Patients too numerous tee mention have been rector
o perfect hearing, and forever rescued from the snare,
f the numerous dangerous unqualified pretenders Cl
de present day. Hospital and private testimonials and
•eruucates from the most eminent physicians and ear
eons to England, in whose presence deaf persons hat,
wen cured, and many hundreds of private patients cure•
•an U.-, seen or referred to. A case of this medicine
enough to etteet a cure.) will Ix) forwarded to any par
of the country for Fifteen Dollars. Address
DR. JOHNSON, Drawer 404.
Office 95 Hain St-, Bullalo, N. Y.
j 027 ayrdsw
To Housekeepers.
SOMETIIING NEW.-.—B. T. BABBITT'S
BE.•sT MEDICINAL SALERATIIs,
6 84-...mAneunftTr‘teillyretdifici.o.rn:netoTomnotnosilaleti„ a , t,Li r s a T t i u ri..:l6 8 .
, All the deleterious mutter extracted in such a:
,manner as to produce Bread. Biscuit. a./ :dl :
ems
"xp:kinds of Cake, without containing it particle ofjAN.
iSateratllS When the bread or cake is baked; there-j
~, n lby producing wholesome results Every parb-j,
i licle of Suleratus is turned to gas, and prises. t/
through tile bread or biscuit while baking; con-!
Isequently nothing remains but common Salt.
Water mid Flour. You will readily perceive hyl
6 S! t r he thntslreoontt thisS.alaratus that it is entirely din e s 8
other
o aleratus.
j It is packed in one pound papers, each wrap
Iti -, branded, - B. T. B abbitts Best Medicinal
AN°jSi ' lleratus," also, picture, twisted loaf of bre:o, l NT'
with 11, glass of etlerveseing water on the top. • ,
J.,
When you purchase one paper you should pre.. ~1 A
I Mserve the wrapper, and bo particular to get [hell lr
Meat exactly like the tinit--hrand as above.
Full directions for making Bread with - this
Salendus turd Sour Milk or Cream Tartar, will
g si accompany each package; also, directions for g gt
0 , Jrnatung all kinds of Pastry; also, for making °
Soda Water and Seidlltz Powders.
sitril AND
i MAKE YOUROWN SOAP,
Whit
7 0!
B. T. BABBITTS PURE CONCENTRATEDI7 0
roTAsu. i
Warranted double the strength of ordinary Pot'.
6 81 . 1 1 1 : put up in cans-1 lb., 2 Ills., a lbs., tilts. and g .
(no. with full directions for making Hard and • o 0
Soft Soap. Consumers will find this the cheap-J -
est Potash in market. i
' s . D l Manufactured and for sale by AND
13. T. BABBITT,
No.. f 33 and 70 WaThingtou at.,N.Y 1.,,,'
7 oi ) yikiy,i,,,y - and No as India st., Boston. . i II
90,000 00
. 2.160 00
.. 250 00
.. 17,686 39
15,357 25
.. 30,076 12
. 153,389 Z 9
MRS. M. A. WEAVER'S MILLINERY
STORE is removed from No. 24 Fifth street, to
No. Al on the opposite side of the street,.next door to.
Eaton, Cre'e k Co.'fi new store, second. story. langl
A LL THE' LATEST STYLES OF
5309,149 Q 5
Can be found at
DODDS',
119 Wood Street,
self One, door south of Fifth, Pitriburgh,
k- •J ~. -."
R. STRAW, Agent,
THE BRAMAN
112/3=2
=l=
ffledical.
REMOVAL_
HATS AND CAPS
fflediO.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP,
Protected Solution ; f Protoxide
of Iron Combined,
H AS SUCCESSFULLY PASSED THE
ordeal to which now diaeoveriee in the Malaria
Medicaare subjected, and must now be received as as
e3talAlished medicine. Its efficacy in curing ,
DYSPEPSIA,
Affections of the Liver, Dropsia, Rnialgia,Bron
chitis and Consumptive Tendencies, Disor
dered State of the Blood, Boils, Scurvy,
and the prostrating effects of Lead,
or Mercury, General Debility,
and all diseases which re
quire a tonic and altera
tive Medicine is be-,
yond question.
The proof of its efficacy are so num erous,so well &talon
heated. and of such a peculiar char.
acler that suffererr(cannot reason
aldy hesitatete - rtteeive the proffer- ,
The Peruvian Syrup does not pro- i rt •
fess to be a cure-all, but its range t 171,4 • -
extensive„hecnuse rr n. iy diseas e , t .
apparently Unlike, are • Intimately \ tb.
related, and proceeding front one \ - • -
eati.o. may be - cured by one reme- 2 854
4y. The clans of diseases for which
the Syrup provides a cure. is precisely that which has
often -haftled the highest order of medicinal skill.
The facts are tangible, the witnesses accessible, and the
safety and efficacy of the Syrup incontrovertible.
PRlCE—Large bottles, ate. or six for no; small bottler,
$l, or six for
Tracing confidence In the efficacy of the 4 Prairrytarr
Starr," as a medicinal agent, we recommend to our
brethren in the ministry,- the careful reading of this
pamphlet.
Rey. John Tfierpont.
Thos. Whittemore,
‘‘ Jaynes B.lliles,
• S. H. Rlddel,
.• Tos.ll.olineh,'
Sold by
DR. GEO. H., KEYSER,
140 Wood street
7.augthlyaw
MnqM M r n ri . W . Tll
-THAN THE
RICHEST DIADEM,
Ever Worn by Kings or Emperors
WHAT? A BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF HAIR!
THE ARTICLE THAT WILL NATU
RALLY restore the rotor of the hair, the changing
ci which to gray. being an indication of a lack of proper
.n.cretions, is truly a valuable medicine. Prof. Wood's
II tin Tonne is the only cafe remedy for baldness, dry
ness. premature change of color. and the sever al evi
dences of a lack of secretions at the roots of the hair,
which can be found. Quack preparations abound, and
- hair tonics fill every corner grocery .in the country.
:]void all hair tonics unless known to be the prepa
nilion of some man whose celebrity has become world
wide. Do not let any nostrum fender experiment upon
) our hair. Tench nothing you hare not a goal reason
in believe. is all that it puritoris to be. Prof. Woods hits
earned ray year , of •evere test of the virtues of his pre
-I.aritt in. pri•io-un fame. Over 15ocertiticates are be
fore ni- of the vain.- of tints Hair Restorative, from par
ties who have tried it. Read the following
Nt.w Vora, April Iti, Wont—lncur Snr:—Pei
ittlt me to empre, to you thoobligatione I. am under for
the entire restoration of my flair to its original color.
Aisitit the time of my arrival in the the United States it
as rapidly becoming gray, but upon the application of
v..llrr ]lair )I,4.r:dive in -tonna re-covered its original hue.
eon,der your Restorative as a very wonderful hymn
holl, ,pule ,1111,1i•11.11, MS trill as agreeable.
1 am, deaf sir, yours Ind}}. S. TELILBEII.G.
Prepansl I. 4. J. %Viol, Co., 114 Market at, St. Louis,
and dint ttroadway. N. S., stint sold by all druggists and
patent me,liclite deaterti 81,0., by all fancy and toilet deal
ers in the Coiled States :tad Canada.
Sold by Dr. t TEO. El. KEYSER, No. 140 Wood street,
and is. L. FAHNESTOCK At CO, No, CO, corner Wood
and Fourth streets, and by all good Druggists general]',
ses3mdka-
SANFORD'S
LIVER INVIGORATOR,
NEVEIi DEBILITATES.
TI. e. po ttttt Ica entirely - from Gums, and
. „,,. 0 ,„,,,,,wa...ia.4 Ina, a Standard Medicine, known
~I inui. , ..i l, ail tit; have Lvied It, and is now re
v.-. 1 . wan e0n..., .; • lali the diseases for which it
,womalmdt . ri d. A ' .
I t „:,, c,u, tholvialakhl ~.. iwithm the last two years
A h., 1114 41t en nn all 11,,a , %., ar renal', as the numerous
~.- ... c 1,15. ,,, In ill , r , ~ ,,,...,,,..thow_ •
Ine ,h,Ft mast headaphat lIP , 'th i temperament of the
ui,i it. .1 I.tklii, , JIL;t•I t,, 4 lic
el in such nuandtlea an to
l'f
Le , jj ,;. ~,,,,,,.., , J r ,„,j, m I.l , ,;ment guide you in the
e of me L 1 V Eli IN-; MI jVIC;ORATOR., and it
a,.1 car , Liver Conn-! ielf [plaints, Bilious At
t mi.., Dy.pep,lro, : , 0 i Chroale Diarrhoea,
Sto no mer Co no -1.0 plaints, Dysente
ry. iir . op4y, s our . 0 1 , Stomach, thabittutl
4
(~,
„,vo.ne.., Ch 01-' :It, Cholera, Chole
ra Morhus. Cholera 1 lullouttun. Plain..
letter, .1 autt d I e v,. i Petra:Ale Weakness
Ca, and may he coed ea,
...... !ce.dully as an Ordtha
ry Funnily Medl-1 F il ielne. ItoralcureSlCK..
HEADACHE, ka,:i r a i thousands can testify,) In
twenty minutes, let it wo or, three Tea
.poonfula are tak-L :en at commencement of
fa.r..ock. 1
.1 who use It are' i 4 gly In g their tetalmony
In its tasor. I ;
AIT WATER IN THE MOUTH WITH
TILE INVIGORATOR, AND SWALLOW
BOTH TOGETHER: - • -
Price One Dollar per Bottle.
SANTORD'S
CATHARTIC u PILLS,
Pure Vegetable Eitrart,e, and Put up In
GLASS CASES, Alr Tight, and will keep
In any climate.
The Family Ca
ne bat mail., tilatharilc
tesed to his practice more
Thenstantly illereaStee
have lun co e oars the PILL
,
an sprees in remnl to tir
them within the reach of all.
The Profession well Mtner
an different tairtioas of the
The FAMILY CA
has. with dew* reference to
been compounded from a
table Patricia. which :ICI
alimentary canal. and are
es where a tlath idle is
ratigente Vein of the
neas, Pali. In the
Coativeness, Pal lc
the whole body,
frequently, if neitlected,
cer, Loss of :App.—
elation of Cold over
IIOSS, HOWL:Lehr, or
all I te an en at terr
Children pr Atltp I a:
t hart! e PILL is a gen
we which the proprietor lots
thAw 'weary years
tiertmul from those Who
otcl the satisfaction which
use. Luis induced me to plittet3
thrit different Cathartics ;Let
A bowels. •
this well establikhed fact,
rib variety of the purest Voce
...! alik e on every part of the
PR good and safe In all cas
&l needed, such as D., .
1 . - ' Stomach, Sleept
Bar IL and Lotus, : .
and Soreness over
from sudden cold, which
cod in a long course of Fe.
114:QV, aCreeplng 5.en
,... "Ilttelbody, Restles s , .
rl Iweight in the head;_
4 :4 11 1 1 4 1g1.7n e' n'll I s I r:, r it ng i l l .
I'D -iYm i e s .tilit i := ° = -.
30 CENTS. .
for all.l Fondly Ca-
Mot by Druggists generally, and
ill all the large town,
li POlt1), 111, D..,
M.l/11/C,...1e, and Proprietor,
ay, :1; olv for ~
t, No. 140, corner Wood street,
jychlydaw . ,
Parllicr orth , 111cm,l;
flesh tr.. heir. 10,111=1er...1
mons 0050, Ito 3.
PRICE
The tlver
thtnrlle PLIIt are rutai
colt wholestl•
s. w. s.t
335 Broad."
G. IL KEYSER, Agent
and Virgin alley.
Health and 'Happiness Secured.
THE CONCENTRATED CURE,
THE CONCENTRATED CURE,
A POWERFUL REMEDY,
A POWERFUL REMEDY,
FOR WEAKNESS,
FOR WEAKNESS,
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION,
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION,
TRY IT! TRY IT!
TRY IT! TRY IT!
OUNG MEN WIIO ARE SUFFERING
Y
from the et - Teets of youthful indiscretion, can be
siaely and permanently restored by using the -
CONCENTRATED CURE
AQUA "ST I 'T M x
A Remedy of Great and Certain Power. ' -
This remedy et - put - apin small viols, and can be sent
by mail to any address. A trial will satisfy. Use it for
a week; and you will experience a great benefit. A cir
cular containing full particulars, sent (free) on applica
tion. Price per bottle 1.1.00.
One bottle will last a month. • •
N. B.—This remedy is suitable for either sex, Ad
dress li. CRUGEB, Medical Agent.
jyflaiw 742 Broadway. New York,
SUFFER NOT.—DRS. GOLDSMITH.
CO., No. 42 Sixth strnet, Pittsburgh, Penn'a, still
continues to be consulted on all diseases ofERIVATE,
or DELICATE NATURE. From a long course of study .;•-,
and practical experience of unlimited extent, Drs. G. a
Co. have the gratification of presenting the unfortnnate.
with remedieh that have never failed to cure the most
alarming ease of Gonorrhea and Syphilis. Beneath his
treatment. all the horrorsef Venereal and Impare Htood
Scrofula, Ulcers, Pain and Distress, or Inflammation of
the Bladder and Kidney c, Abscesses, Humon% Frightful
Swellings, and the. long train of horrible symptoms as-
tending - this class of diseases, are made to become as
harmless as the simolest ailing's of a child.
SEMINAL WEAKNESS—Dra 0. et Co. devotes/CW.Oh
of their attention to the treatment of those cases caused
by a secret and solitary habit, which ruins the bodY. and
nund,unfitting the unfortunate individual for either busii
ness or society. Some of the sad andmelancholyetfecte
produced by these early babas or youth are, WeA11." 95 -
of the back and limbs, Palpitation of the Heart, DYBPaP"
sm, Nervousness, derangement of the Digestive fano.
bons, symptoms of Consumption. etc., etc. . The feartilk
effects on the mind are much to he dreaded, via:
of memory. confusion of ideas, depression of spirits,
evil forebodings,ayersion to society, self-distrust, tam
dr
arnong the evils produced. Such persons,
btS'ltc'=emplating marriage, should consnl re. t.nn
clan of skill and experience, and be at once
health and happiness. 4 - Emend Fever curen,. 11r_.!
ranted' - All lettera s contaming a fee, addUlgn_n_etwith
n
G oupTH. & CO, Pittsburgh. Pdef..
in
prompt attention, and medicines forwatl; l l
st en. ri ar.tTie
observation; and a Cure g u a ranteed. re
creep observed in :acmes
-021. Don't forget the'plene,./I°-'''
Rev. Martin Moore,
" Thos. Star Ring,
Charles Briggs,
Sylvanne Cobb,
': Edward Edmunds
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