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A YOUNG HUSBAND'S SOLILOQUI
The queerest little dressei ,
My eyes have ever seen,
aometimes catch a glimpse o
And wonder what they mean
All folded up so neatly,
And fashioned
o out with grac
With little bows f ribbon e
And little bits of lace.
( A. ga r. te it
. ..h io e l s a %wi ey th en r
wonde
I try to read the secret ;
But she is all too wise,
And unto all my questions
She gives bat this reply;
If you'll have patience Fele?
Vll tell you—by-and-by P,
It may sound like a paradox, yet the break
ing of both wings of an army is a pretty sure
way to make it fly.
Who is a stove an agreeable affair in sum
mer as well as winter ?—Because at either sea
son it is always grate-ful when coaled..
if you make love to a widow who has a
daughter twenty years younger than herself,
begin by declaring that you thought they were
sisters.
A. lady's face, like the coat in the "Tale of a
Tub," will wear well if left alone : but if you
attempt to load it with foreign,ornaments, you
destro y the original ground.
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ITOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT A.UC
TION.-ON THURSDAY MORNING, October
10th, at 10 o'clock, at Dwelling House. No. 45 Third 94,
opposite Third Presbyterian Church, will be sold, a large
sad general assortment of good quality Household Fur
niture, among which is one superior Piano Forte, made
by Chickering, Centre,Side and other Tables; Spring Seat
Sofa. Divans, Dressing Bureaux, Bedsteads, Bedding,
Wardrobes, Wash and Work Stands. Chair 4, Carpets,
Looking Glasses, Clocks, one Superior Rifle, Cooking
Stove, Kitchen Furniture, diJ. e.
octlo G. DAVIS, Auctloneer.
QIIPERIOR IMPORTED DOUBLE-BAR-
A. 7
EEL GUN sv AUCTION.- - --THURSDAY EVENING.
October 13th. at B o'clock. at the Commercial Sales
Rooms,No. 64 Fifth street, will lie sold for account whom
it may concern, a superior Damascus finish, Double-Bar
rel stub and twist Shot Gun, that cost eighty dollars to
import. Sportsmen will take notice, as a rare opportu
nity is now offered of procuring a valuable fowling piece.
At the same time will be sold., one of Colt's latest style
Revolvers.
octlo
NEW GOODS
FALL AND WINTER OF 1859.
GEO. R. WHITE'& CO.,
WHICH CAN BE SOLD AT LOW PRICES
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Stoves, Grates & Ranges
DIP:1 - -.01VI.A.S!
Awarded by the Late Allegheny
County and Western Penn-
BISSELL &
No. 235 Liberty Street,
MANUFACTURERS OF COOKING,
PARLOR, AND
HEATING STOVES,
GRATE FRONTS AND FENDERS
AND THE CELEBRATED CAPITOL AND EAGLE
COOKING RANGES.
If you want the BEST COOKING RA-NOE that is
made, call at
13 SS C _' S.
If you want a COOKING STOVE that cannot bo sur
passed. call on
It" you are ttgllding a use, and w
GRATE FRONTS and FEI 4 I ho DERS, call onan t the BEST
BISSELL & CO..
• • No. 295 Liberty street.
GALLAGHER, CRAIG & CO.,
QTEAM AND GAS PIPE FITTERS,
PLUItiBERS and FINISHERS of all kinds of prase
work,
DEALERS IN GAS FIXTURES, &C.
Other and Wareroom, No. 154 Wood at.,
t;~A
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Foundry, No. 15% First st., Eve Doors below
The well-known practical skill and experience in the
caritas branches of Brass Casting, Steam and Gas Pipe
Pitting, of the senior members of the firm, (who will
give their personal attention to all work entrusted to
them,) should entitle Its to a share of public patronage.
AU Orders Promptly Filled.
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DRS. C. M. FITCH & J. W. SYKES
PHYSICIANS FOR DISEASES OF THE
THROAT AND CREST, and other Chronic Ail
ments complicated with or causing PULMONARY COM
PLAINTS.
OFFICE-191 Penn street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
CONSULTATION FREE A list of questions sent to
those who wish to consult us by letter. iegith-selyw
PRINTING, WRITING AND WRAPPING PAPERS.
L W. GRAFTON,
P i. PAPER DEALER,
0 97 Wood wt., car. Diamond alley,
PIiTTSBUR:CH,
Ili Keeps constantly on hand, a full assortment of 0 .6'
1) . Hanna a Son' celebrated
PREVTING AND WRAPPING PAPERS,
rN Ltt ri p . olA n Pt i p n e g r i C n t: Fine a Writing Paper, Light
ry
CASH PAID FOR RAGS
jyl2 - amdaw
pErRE SALT ! PURE SALT I
IMEN
THE ONLY WARRANTED PURE AND DRY
Table, Dairy and Packing Salt,
inanufactured by the
Salt Manufacturing Company ;
-7N evrar.N.T, ABOVE. CANAL.
BURGH POST
Amusing Paraaraphs
Aurtton pates.
J. G. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
F V R
No. 2.5 Fifth Street,
Have now received a full
5 tocii of LADIES' DRESS
GOODS, eompnsing all the
novelties of the season
FANCY SILKS, and SILK
ROBEfi, cheap. Alec. a corn
piece and handsome assort
meat of Fall and Winter
VELVET AND CLOTH
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, &e,
SILI"ER CUP
SILVER MEDAL!
§ylvania Agricultural
Society
Fine and Common Enamelled
BISSELL & CO
NEW FIRM.
BRASS FOUNDERS,
give Doors from Fifth
Monongahela House
aninunlL
PITTSBURGH THEATRE-
SOLE LEsest, ACTIN - 11, AND FiTNiE MANM1ER......1. B. 110 W E.
Doors open at 4 to 7 o'clock; commenc . i. at 7 !
Third appearance of the Great Tragedienw ALM
PLUNK El
THIS; EV will be ENING October 12th,
air 10 N • -liiit performed,
Ada Plunkett.
DANCE MILLIE A CORM.
To conclude with
WOMAN'S LOVE, or, THE POUCH EH'S DOOM.
PRICES or Ams,ioN.—Private Boxes. Stogie Holt
in Private Box. $1.00 . . Parytictte and Dress Circle, chours.
50 cents; Family ureic, :tr. cents: Colored I:allery
Colored Bores. 50 costs; Gallery '2.:1 cents.
I' H E A TRE
APOLLo
MAPnO FAS . PORTEB. & AtTeatAao
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Curtain rises at
754.
flub EVENING. October 12th,:vill be performed,
TB E MANIAC LOVER.
To con,lude with
THE FORTY THIEVES
A.D3fLsBlON. — Boxes and Parquette 50 cents; Family t'a•-
cle, 25 cents; Private Boxes, £5OO and 5,00, according to
location; Single Seats in Private Boxes, 75 rent. No
extra charge for reserved seats.
FLEI-OPENT.INT Or.
PROF. COWPF.RS'
FASHIONABLE DANCING ACADEMY
Al NEVILLE HALL.
thrner Fburth and Libtrty..Strertz, Plttsbnryh
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PROF. COWPER, HAVING RETURN ED
to the city, respectfully informs the citizens of Pitts
burgh and Allegheny, that he will re-open his Dancing
Academy at the above Hall, on SATURDAY. September
3d, and will continue to teach the accomplishment in
all its various branches, together with instructions intim
etiquette of the ball room and social circle, Graceful De
portment of Person, ac_ All the latest and most lash
tonable Ban Room and Parlor Dances, as taught by him
in the Eastern cities, such as; Les Caledonians, Cautious,
Polish Mazourka Quadrilles., Les Lander Quadrill,
Polka Quadrilles, Scnottish Quadrilles London Lancer
Quadrilles, Russian Mazourka Quadrilles, Plain or tier
man Waltz, Esmeralda Waltz, Vassuviana Walt; Schot
tisch or German Polka, Cinque or Five Step Waltz, Cie,
henne, Malliekin, Espanola and Bohemian Polkas. Re
down, Polka Masourks, Gallopade, Spanish Dance. Ever
green Polka, Cicillienne Circle, &c., &c., will be taught at
moderate terms. Days of Tuition will be as follows:
LADIES' CLASS—Thursdays and Saturdays, from 4
to 6, P. M.
MASTERS AND MESSES'—Thursdays and Saturday s
from 3 to 5, P. 51.
GENTLEMEN'S CLASS --Thursdays sad Saturdays.
from 8 to 10, P. M.,
PRIVATE CLASS FUR LADIES who til4llTe IL
Prof. Cowper will also give instructious to Pt, ate
Classes, or instructions given at the residence of pupil,.
if required.
N. 13.—Prof. C. eau be seen at the above Hall, ou dart
of [ninon. from 2 to (sand 7 to 10, P. M., or st the SCOTT
HOUSE, tinily. au g2t
JOHN W. IticC4RTIVI,
BILL POSTER,
Will attend to the Distributing end Pouting of
BILLS, CIRCULARS, CARDS 8, PROGRAMMES
Amusements, Railroads, Steamboats,
Ships, Rotel., Sales, Etc.,
PITTSBUR6 , II, PA
Or , ters seat to the office of the Pittsburgh ill,rie
mg Post, or Daily Gazette, will receive prompt attention
0, BAT 8
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t.)
HILLERNLAN & COLLORD,
iiIIOLLBALI AND RETAIL tULERS LI
HATS, CAPS, AND FURS,
Are daily receiving from manufacturers, an entire new
and complete store. 75 Wood eeeee
se9ilydaw 3 doom from Fourth.
COUNTRY E 11 2 . NEW GOODS.
CHANTS, CITY DEALER'S,
and the public will find a large.
stock of NEW GOODS.
FANCY
VARIETY GOODS
Toys, Sc.,
NOW OPENING,
NEW GOODS
And for sale at the Lowest Pnces
Buyers are invited to call and
examine our assortment and pri
ces before purchasing elsewhere NEW GOODS
J. P. KAUPPIIIA.N,
No. 02 Wood st.
W. G. CHITTICK & CO.,
❑fPOITIB9 AND WIIOLLE.t.t DIALU. IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
438 Market. and 433 Merchant Sta.,
PHILADELPHIA
ARE NOW RECEIVING FROM EU
ROPE, their
FALL IMPORTATIONS
Embracing a full assortment of goods, adapted to the
present season. These, with their home purchases, in
American Fabrics,
Will enable thorn to Mier to the Trade, one of tne [IIOSE
attractive att:teka in the market.
CASH AND SHORT-TIME BUY ER
Are respectfully solicited to examine [Ma stock before
purchasina. auul73milair
NNANYOOM C
T HE ADMIRERS 01- -
Steinway's Pianos,
Are respectfully informed that ire are uoe receiN tee out
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 EARLY CALL in
order to secure a choice .
H. KLEBER 8: BRO.,
Sole Agents for Steinway's Pianos,
sets No. 63 Filth street
ingivelowtAvimictwlmEg
No. 268 Liberty Street
BANK OF DISCOUNT, EXCH A N(4 E
AND DEPOSIT.
Capital Stock $ 150,000
Capital Represented, over 1,000,000
air . STOcKIiuLDERS AEI HELD INDAIDULLIS LIABLE. 'ail
Gold, Silver, Par Funds, and Currency received on
de sit . ALL MONEYS allowed to remain for u
ci Time, WILL DRAW INTEREST. Sight Li
raw. the
in ~ F ; as to te s r u n it and Western cities s
° c i o n ns a t l itn&
principal cities in the United States and the Cauadas,
and PROCEEDS PROMPTLY REMITTED to any de
sired point, on day of maturity.
John Moorhead, Alexander Forsyth, John Heath, Geo.
S. Head, J. Hill, William Seibert, W. M'Clintoek, Henry
riPCullough, Robert Anderson.
G. E. WARNER, President.
R. C. SCHMERTZ, Cashier.
u423lyi
I. R. OHADRICI.
CHADWICK & SON,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN PAPER AND RAGS,
And Agents for the sale of
Mahontng Fire Brick and Pot Clay,
Nos. 149 and 151 Wood sc., near .51.zth, Pittsburgh.
sa-Wrapping Paper at Manufacturers' Prices. Cash
paid for rags. jplilynia
REMOVAL.
CG. HUSSEY & CO., have removed
. to their new Copper Warehouse, No. 37 Fifth
street, in the New Iron Front Block, three doors west
of Wood.
PITTSBURGH COPPER ROLLING MILL.
C. G. 11VSSEY & CO.,
Manufacturers of
Braden' Bolt and Sheathing Qopper
Pressed Copper Bottoms, Locomotive Tubing, Retied
Still Bottom and Flats of all Sizes, Brass Kettles, Sheet
and other Brass, Spelter, Copper, Solder, Copper Rivets,
etc„ Dealers in Block Tin, TM Plate, Lead Wire, Sheet
Zinc, Antimony, Sheet Iron, Planers' Tools, ke.,
No. 87 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa
sir Sheet Copper cut to any pattern. [ap&emci_
DIAIITESNJE IRON STORE.
COLEMAN, HAILMAN & CO.,
"ALAI , IITBACTUB.3II.B OF
Iron, NatL, Steel Springs, Axles, Wrought
Nuts, Washers, Spikes, Bolts,
FLAT RAILROAD BAR OF ALL SIZES, ETC., ETC.
Have removed to their new extensive Warehouse.
Nos. 17 Water and 94 Front Sts.,
Where they are prepared to execute all orders to their
line, having a large and complete assortment of "Do
quesne manufactured goods constantly ou hand,
which they offer on liberal terms. fel6.lS
ORANGES. --Three barrels Sweet Its
just received and for E RE. Ada
a ANDERSON,
se26 onnoxlte St. °lianas Rota, 29 Wood et.,
eta
barrels for sale by
H. H. OOLIZNEi.
OF ABOUT ONE HUNDRED ACRES,
within an liour's ride of Pittsburgh, for sale ou lib
oral terms. Apply at this office, to
augll
HOIIES OFFERED.—Homes to be had in
in the City of Allegheny, equal in comfort to
country seats, and yet near enough to the centre of
business to accommodate business men in either city,
and give to them a home with the desirable comforts of
city and country united. There are about one hundred
lots of 100 feet square, 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. Citeli
man having about 100 feet front has room to benuttll his
lot with a handsome house. surrounded with shrubbery.
thereby snaking it a colony tit residences equnl to
country seats, with the esinveniences of the cities.
These beautiful lots will be leased for twenty-one years,
with the privilege of purchasing them within that
period. They are open for selection now. Those who
wish so desirable a location would ,lowell to call soon on
THOMAS WOOD, Laud Agent,
mrltncitf NO. NO Fourth sired ._
FOR SALE.—A superior Farm
acre• in good farming of der, in Knox counts, Ohio;
a large proportion of it river bottom land: it is uttered at
a great bargain. Enquire of THOMAS WOODS,
mrltetf No. 100 Fourth St., Land Agent.
H. CHILDS & CO.,
CO u f: , ..,.,
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04 4 . 4 . - -, 1- . • MI 't ; tiai r t i :Z% °
SHOE WAREHOUSE,
No. 133 Wood Street,
HAVE .1 E( I) THEIR EX
TENS' \ Fll.l , tl,l NV INTEI
BOOTS AND SHOES !
it tilt- l-lat."l F 'IIT le- ..1.ptk5.1
Th e :, 4re o,•w prep.red to otter .1 V at.:t•
over C ,, ,T largest .ur 01,1 Ck.tilitit I, unent it
Pr me
aSIONI-MADE BOOTS AND SHOES,
EV, I ,illglit ,a) and
1.7. - ,nerally, to ar, eXartlIGY. jnIT
4.13" Il , lllear u — .ll Ltv en I. •••I,etllli alit
PUTTING IT
yr 1 nJtn ~latc.l:.ti:: p
101=11
HARLE'‘S, 8 PARKER,
PRODUCE AND COMMISSION MERCRAN'IS,
Ail, particular atteitt,A2 t, purehast, and sale ut
NEW GOODS
I=l
:NEW GOODS
REirturr. - r,--Me<pr. John Flood L 12..bi&0n &
Co.: Graff. Bennett & Co, Little * Trimble; lame
L Co, M. Jain, Gardiner, Mr It. Wallace; Mt
Wm. M'Cutcheon , Melsrs 1.1i,t d k Forsyth : J. B. Can
held .1 Graham A Thorn. Ba.rbour, Matiteown
Cot.; SI Painter I Co
NEW GOODS
NO DECEPTION.
ERsoNs svishin g to L.en the rao.i , t dur-,
P
Lly trninct. and elegantly tino•he
MIEPM
ituli.d and tliYeii ko a page, ti,,
warded and finished by tfri!rrell, and not =elected (min
Eaatern 'Manufacturer..., bq the pitrpottit t , l exit:baton at
PttOtnurftn Fan', OW] do i v ^Xatilllllllg, thwir at t..
BLANK 1100 K MANUFACTORY NO 72 t, NII 74
THIRD STREET. I Norr tr. tf em,
challeng, nil cooapetituoi, Evt 0. Ilea, to manufartute
Blank tlooks in any tray i.uperior in those made by me
dinl. !dip,. Fiat todieals and Misrellsneou. Bu2dirz,
done in the le of the
GENERAL COOPERAGE,
SiarWu ale 1.1 • 011a/ta to tarnlS/I tOKI ern, Whi.ky Ale
Molasees and Pork BARREL, 10 the Ft,rte,t nonce
and on the moot reasonable term..
AND ORNAMENTAL lIAIR, of every
description and Lute..3l Styles of Fashion, mane
raetured by J. R. CA.ItICERON, SA Fors TIT ST
The subsenher haying resumed business in Pittsburgh
wishes to inform his former mends and patrons of the
city and surrounding country. and would call their at ,
tendon too neirandteautiful SELF-ADJUSTING WW-
It puts all former pions of whonakingm the shade Its
merits are lightness, durability, nut table to shrink.
hears equally all over the head. and etoy and paceful
appearance. showing, the development of the t.lrehe.id
true to nature.
Ladies are also l mated u, ..all and C./M1.1.1e bon new
mode of BANDS, HALF-IVItiS and W 16.-3 They do
away with the heavy and formal appearance so nim
disapproved of in the :hi stylus
__ nett
MONONGAHELA FOUNDRY.
fIESIItE cAI.I, Tk)
tht 1.1,1+ ,•I
HOT AIR FURNACES,
SU ITA BLE FOR En, PUBLIC sCllo.)I.1;
AND PRIVATE HOUSES Espremll7. adapted to
1 3 1"1"I'SEtT_TFL'a - 1 - 1
Aod not halite to eIIOKI WITH MOOT
WM. J. TAYLOR & CO.,
WHOLESALE FISH DEALERS
A TNA STOVE WoREs
ALLITUFACITILVI Mfr. DWLa IN MRS VLIIIITY Or
Cooking, Parlor & Heating Stoves,
PLAIN AND FANCY GRATE FRONTS, &C.
PATENT GAS BURNING AND SMOKE CONSUMING
COOK STOVES.
Office and Sales Rooms,
0c231y2p No 4 Wood Strut, Attsburgh.
LONG .51t 1:)1:7 - FP,
DEALERS IN MANILLA, HEMP, COTTON AND JUTE
CORDAGE,
OAKUM, TAB., PITCH AND ROSIN TARPAULIN
DUCK, AND HEAVY DRILLING.
It No. 90 Water Street.
A. A. CARRIER & BROTHER, AGENTS,
No. 63 Porirth Street.
COMMONWEALTH INSURAANCE
COMPANY, at Harrisburg, Pa. Chartered capital,
/300,00 0 . Hon. SIMON CAMERON, President; S. S.
Carrier Secretary. GIRARD FIRE AND MARINE
SURANCE COMPANY, Philadelphia. Assets, $284,-
789.73. Hon. JOEL JONES, President; J. B. Alvord,
Secretary. (WAXER CITY INSURANCE COMPANY,
Philadelphia. Assets, 5324,35132. GEORGE H. HART,
President; H. R. Coggahall, Secretary.
281 .d
EATON, CREE & MACRUN,
or c sale and go7Stt
A Splendid Farm,
WHOLESALE
PI TTSIIII 11, P.l
El==i3CEl
ME=
GRAIN ANI,
NO. ES POIBROY'S BUILDING
Soutti Wka..3r CILWAg,
BLANK BOOKS,
A. H. ROAV AND,
7'.1 and 74 Thad ..t-. httxburgh, Pa
M'KEE & PHILIPS,
elte ',tree(
PITTSBURGH, PENN'A
Wigs, Wigs, Wigs,
ANDERSON s, PHILLIPS
No. 122 and 124 North Wharves,
( .thuve Arch )
PHIL ADELPIII A
ALEXANDER BRADLEY,
Bole Propnetor of the Celebrated
B. E IN/1. CD 'cir A. Z_
[Late Eaton, Cree & Co.,j
Have removed to their NEW STORE, NO 17 FIFTH
STREET, and Will open this morning with an Entirely
New and carefull selected Stock of Goods. se23
A. WEAV R will open a handsome
. assortment of FALL AND WINTER
MILLINERY,
Togiather with a large assortment of CHILDRENS'
CLICITHM3 and Patterns of all descriptions, at
NO. Al FIFTH STREET,
Second Story, above Elliott's Shirt Store, on FRIDAY,
September 30th. seZI
edai !torts
Vegetable Substitute for Calomel DAVIS & PIIILLIPS
and Blue-Pill. . BRASS • FOUNDERS AND MANUFACTURERS,
BRANDETIfR V En ETABLIC UNIVERSAL PILLS
by restoring the bowels to their original daily an 1 nato P. Z tT M 33
rat action, give strength to the stomach, purify the blood ,
re-establish the healthy condition of the digestive or GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
guns, and thus cure dyspepsia, colds, coughs, rheuma
tisms, dropsies, and sickness generally,whether chronic 111 ANUFACTUREIts AND DEALERS IN
or recent. The celebrated Abernethy sayer—" After
having cured the derangement of the bowels, debility
and all diseases generally disappear of their own accord PLU NI BING 314TER1ALS, GAS FIX VUDES, PUNII'S AND BRASS WORK,
even in a short time." The experience of a century has
established the worth of these Pills beyond a ispUte, as a OF EVER' RI PTION
purgative anti-bilious medicine; and their use by up
wards of 4,900 conscientious physicians, and by over a
million of families, shows that they are supplying one of
the wants of humanity, and are in advance of meolcal
science. The above pills, although purely vegetable, are
now known and used as a substitute for calomel (lig
drargym C'hforidtits :Mlle,) producing all its alterative
and other indications, with noun of its disorganizing ef
fects upon the solids—often crippling for life—or its dis
tressing action upon the teeth and gums. The prepared
concentration from the same Frinetples.--thn Life Addis
lona substitute (orb ue-pill (Pilutcr Hydrargyri)
possessing the peculiar action on the secreting organs,
of that preparation fruit mercury. but none of its sali
vating or other injurious effects . Those who have, used
them, as a blue-pill substitute or otherwise, award to them
the highest praise. They come nearer to a concentrated
Essence of Life than anything yet made, iu the way of
medicine, by man. A single pill given daily, when all
hope has fled, line often restored health. In fact, they
supply an organic principle to the blood, always wanting
in extreme cases of sickness. Old people have the se
cretions of early youth restored by the Life Addition
Pills. Their value its litepreservers is beyond estimate.
Brandretlf s Vegetable Universal Pills remove from the
bowels and blood of a sick person the cense of deatn
Tar Lift ADDITION Pius queens THE ORO AMC NWLISITI 07
TEE BLOOD'S vrrsurr—the minute globules of vegetable
.euces. of which they are but the concretion, have their
exact counterpart in the surd globules of the blood. And
from whence does the blood derive its life. its globules?
verily from the same source from whencelir Brandretti
derives the life jarincipleuf the Life Addition Pills—from
the Vegetable kingdom'
Tlics . , pills, as also the Universal, are warranted pure
ly vegetable. Recalled respectively at 26 and GO cents.
Physicians and the public supplied by the gross, or sin
gle box, at No 294 Canal street, Erandreth's Principal
cklica. Thomas Redcoat., No 2: 'Diamond street
Pittsburgh, Pa., amt by cal respectable dealers in meth
dines jelrarrinsw
5100--PROCLAMATION.
Wonderful 'Medical Cures try the applica
mm M PROF. DLORATIPS ELECTRIC OIL, t
MAN .ANli BEAST
Ti. the Inhnbannts of Pittsburgh mid heinifo,-1 two
pose to cure, el ino , d iustantaneously,indiv iduals afflicted
with beafnes., Headache, Neuralgia, Chill Fever, Ague,
Rheumatism, and all sores and pains.
I propose to check and etTeetually dissipate more ache
and pain, and to recomplish nearer and more perfect
equilihritua of all the circulating fluids in the human
system, than can Ice effected by any other or all other
methods of medical aid in the name space of time, the
inie.sea theni..elve.. being judges.
I do um propose to nor., rvery disease, but all such a
we .•urable los ,tai, combination of medical appliance,.
My Electric Oil operates on chemical and electric prin
ciples, mid is, th4refore, applicable to the cure or natu
ral leSloro.lloll of any organic derangement miming from!.
au improrer circulation of Nervo-rital Hind.
I want the inasaes to join in this matter—the well :is
we sick , heenUS, if these things are So, all are alike
Wre.ted.
N. B —Please inform me of any ells,' of failure to cure,
11l from n half hour to three week. us I 1/rl,ll to cure
charge nothing Depot. Philadelphia For sale by ell
Proggi.is and Dealer, ocfflarndaa
APPEAL TO SCIENCE,
11 011 Oil to be itire ebtaiatug a perfect Hittr 1.1--
with.out one ch.l44fliniv4 element. I.'lErtAlrole'2 EXCIL
, 109 Dir I, the eata On. ever ,Thmitted to this
It ha- I.een
ANALYZED BA CHILTON
The fir.l.,lkeint.t 111 the country, and has oettaltrate eel
tt•rth n• littrit, , n , ,N, I. .Ithal the reach .1 every
hu),er
The Exquisite Beauty
:1f I,lKck , and hroww, whirl; it produ , t
Certainty in ten minute:., fairly INCIIa
tor II I he xppellahon o fthe vii.rt nat,.rolD,eerer
everywhere, and applied by ell Bair Prerser,
:11,1.
1,1.P01 , 10. No. ti ..for House, Sew riwk.
GEO H KEYSER, Agent,
Inhtaw Pittsburgh, Ps.
TONEiiCASTLE BY CANAL
PASSENGERS GOING TO NEW CASTLE
NORTH OF THAT PLACE.—You will ri..t
forget that the daily tine of Packets between Now Castle
ati New Itnghtun attiloonneet with the accommodatton
tram, eq, the 3.20, P. u., Rlld with the (.1.15, a. k. at Net,
Brighton. IV i!ning he this route )ou will save time an.t
money. ,thivh t,, n great sleet at the present time, ta.
Trios, P.. 116,8
moue) s.,ar,e, and the frost has dune great damaP.-
nubricritiers aro trtudnacting
lhcY a General Foreign and Domestic Shipping and
Comminsion Buione-,,, In thin city, and hare leased the
new and fire-proof Warehouse, No. G: Went eratt street,
where they are prepared to receive and sell Foreign
and Dome , die Gouda of all laud., and 4,frer the iasual
Nolan.* on all consignments to their address.
In the department of Shipping, a long experien,..
warrant, un in assuring our friend s that bU.90:1685 re
lating to Vonnel. and C'sago., will be promptly attend
ed to
t - tonfldetitly offer our guralcon to all the variati,
department.. of a Commercial Bunitte”.
CURRY, NEPHEW a CO
Baltimore, February, laStt.—matf
NEW GOODS
ALL OUR DEPARTMENTS!!
'nit. MA r ATTRACTIVE 9TC. , (71 , : oF
FAN CI GOODS!
Ever Brought to this, Clt3
BARGAINS, BARGAINS
HALF OF FORMER PRICES !
11001'S ! 1100 PS !
n Lb., hue we are unsurpasasble. We sell the
SPRING EXTENSION STEEL HOOP
FIFTY (DENTS,
.11:1Q wll InC rest proportionately low
Embroideries at Astonishingly Low Hikes
DRESs TRINIMINGS !
.1111ETComprIalup many N.,vvlttes 01 the veason VW(' -0
lectlonS In this hue have Coen Made with more tam Our
if 411 Width. and of the NEW Eirr
Ve 4101 the t•peClai attention of MILLINERS to out
LARGE STOCK OF
MILLINERY GOODS!
Bonnet Ribbons, Ruches. Flowers, de., all of which we
will moll to the Trade, at New York /Wring Priem!
Our WORSTED DEPARTMENT eontalua a full &snort
meat uf . all 001i11 , , 11.1 do u uble, single RUC! aplit Zeptim.
Also—
R'hieh we will hell id the VERY LOWEST RITES. lu
fact, our ,tech lr full and well elected and will be ,old
at pricem which cannot fail to give ftatiefactiou.
J. BUSH,
flWr During the next two month, we shall be in coo
etant receipt of NEW GOODS. eel6Stnclarr
W. & ne HUGUS,
N 0.69 Market St., Cor. Fourth,
ARE PREPARED to offer to Wholesale
and Retail Buyers, a large and attractive stock of
FRENCH. BRITISH AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS,
Black and Fancy Silks. New Style Printed DeLeine
ROBES, Printed Merinos, Cashmere and DoLeine
SHAWLS AND MUSTERS .
IN GREAT VARIETY.
A complete and full stock of HOUSEKEEPING and
DOMESTIC GOODS.
The above comprises one of the LARGEST and MOST
ATTACTIVE STOCKS ever offered. Purchasers are In
vited to examine and judge for themselves. eel/1y
14 A TS
Jur No charge for shoinag Goods
SLATES. -300 Penn's. Slates, superb
oci ataatty, for sale by the ease or ais,gle
B. WALD dozen
.r. O.
411TtiNIN 1859.
A .4.0) Tolle. q.ou
Shawl Borders,
Shetland Wool,
No. 24 Filth street, httsborgh, F.
C A P S,
CLOTIIING,
FLEMING'S.
CORNER WOOD AND SIXTH
J. HARVY DAVIS
Agents for Allen's Celebrated !deant and Water Guages,
MANUFACTORY NO. 110 WATER, AND 104 FRONT STS.,
PITTSBURGH, PENN'A.
warer.mins, 6'7 W owl ,trot, Pitt-bnrgh, and Federal street, Allegheny City
insurance.
GREAT WESTERN
Insurance and Trust Company
riFFIC:Ii I.N COMPANY'S BUILDING
wa WALNTT c. PIiILADELPHI , CHARTER PEE
PETCA 1..
Authorized Capital
STATEMENT, ',TAY 15 1,,F•9
CAPITA— Paid In and securely invested
ASSETS, MAY is, 1E59
CAsn—On hand and In Bank: $12,:U9 b.
lu hands of Agents._ CC27 1"
Real &tate owned by the Company
Bonds and Mortgages— bearing eld and ,7P.SI
per cent. interest
Debts due the Company, well secured
Stock—Par value
Bill, receivable for loans, Sc, not yet matureJ
All other `lecuntios
LIABILITIES
lossz.e —Adjusted, not yet due.. f e... 303
Unadjusted ~931
Aa - a:tang proof. .. t„00u
00 other C Fan'. . .J 0,57.1 57
J WRIGHT, ' - h,eretar)
R W PUINDEXTER. Agar.
anal) 97 Water et., Pateburgn
NOR' - 213E71 , N
ASSURANCE COMPAN
NO. 1, MOORIATE STREET, LONIJON.
ESTABLISHED IN 1838
CAPITAL. $6,298,b00 UU
PAID l'P CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 'Zt.104.11 1 OA
ANNUAL REVENUE. tor tt roar
coding Julantry 31, 13E,3
THIS 11111 PA INSURES AGAINST
Lu,r or Ihunage by Ftrr. sitoo.l every dezcriptiou
ut Property. The Rated of l'r ema tn. are
hosed 111,011 [he ehars..ter ot the ...vner
oeeopant. and the merits of the risk
Lainses promptly lusted sad purl Wiliaolll. reference
to I..ondou. :Teti permanent food provided i” P4ira
deli./, in for pal/Inm! of to this courttr!,
fir./ZECNCT-1 IN PIT7EILRJII
Messr, .larnee .M'Cully A. Co., 174 Wood tree
John Floyd k Co. WS Wood street;
" Brown Sr Kirkpatnelta, 1413 Ld.,et -trees
•• 1/ Gr'ee & Co, 99 'Wood mreet,
14 daon.ll'Elro2, .t r.t Wood ~,feet
" James ArCancticsa .1 Co. 103 IN oud -tree.
• .itrruck. & C0.,95 Water street; The Grover $G Baker
B A FahneAock & Co . Flr , r \ -z
" , 00 Woodwell & Co, Second and Wo , ,rt 4ct srwING MACHINE COMPANY
" Atwell, Lee & Co, 5 Wood !diver
" Burchfield & Co., Fourth and - Marl:et etrsretA
M'Candless. Means &Co .Wo , d ar,d Water er% Pittsburgh Agency, No. 101 Market St.
AZYLIIINcES its eOl mint" Having greatly increased their facilities for manufactur-
Geeree 11. Stuart. Esq.. 13 Belie street; mg their Cu m:mu:re FAMILY MAcessies, with ail the recent
elessre. Myer, Claghom S Coe:zee Merkel street improvements have reduced their prices, and offer for
" Nem. M - liee Co ,22 _cut!, Front street, sale a
" elCuteheon a Collins, Front and New street,
" ernith, WlMame C Co, 23 Merket street; j NEW STYLE MACHINE.
'am es Graham h Cam., aud 22 Letitia street p r i c
e $5O--.lleramer, $5 Extra.
Jeeept, B. Mitehell. Esti- President el ',metaled Ban'. "
James Dunlap, Eel, Prieedent Union Bank; It is co lon zer questioned that these Maehines are the
Bon AC A. Porter,late Judge Zupreme Court. beer.. in use I.:: family sewing. They
HEM, FELL, GATHER AND STITCH
JA3IES W. Allet OTT, Agent; m,,st suprinr manner, and are the only machinc s
jeledy (Mice, 103 Wood street. In the market that are to well and limply made, that
hey ma be Bent into families with no other instructioee
ALLEGHENY INSURANCE CO.
tee.s..h are - contained ilea cirtner which accompanies each
machine, and from which
OF PITTSBURGH. A CHILD OF TEN YEARS
reeeilly leern how to use, and keep them in order.
OFFICIi.--No. 37 Fifth Street, Bank Sloe), The, make upxarda of
SURES AGAINST aLL KINDS 01 F`IFTEEN HUNDRED bTITCHES A BIES - UTE,
IFIRE AND MARINE RISES. And will do the sewing of a family cheaper than a sewn
\ stress canneie it, even if ehe works at the rate of
ISAAC JONES, President; JOHN D M e Curele
President; U. M. BOOR, neer etary Cap; lAm ONE CENT AN HOUR
DEAN, General Agent. Is there a husband, father, or rother In the United
lateS, mho will permit the dra of hand mewing in
leuiscreee—lesae Jones. CG. Hussey, Harvey i featly, then a Grover A B r Machine will do it
Capt. R. C. Gray, John A. Wilson, B.L l'alinestock, Jobe better,More of editiouslv and cheaper than can posse
D.McCord, Delac ef Pennock, R. P Sterling. Capt. Win, P
Dean, Thes. M. Howe, Robt. H. Darts. hie re done by nand.
AV:Seee.". fa, r ClrCian's•l
The first place in public estimation is now justly sc.
cerded to the Graver A Si leer Machine, for family sew
ing., for the follow:mg reasone:—lst. It is more simple
end easily kept to order than any other Machine. 2d.
It makes a seam which will not rip or ravel, though every.
third stitch is cut. Ed. It sews from two ordinary spools,
, and thus all tenable of-en:l=g thread is avoided, while
tee same macnine can be edapted at pletuttre,by.a mere
change of specie, to all varieties of work. 6th. The earne
machine runs Bilk, linen thread, common spool cotton,
with eve! eth. The seam is, as elastic as the
me,: &mane fabric, so that it is free thorn all liability td
break in washing, ironing, or otherwise. 6th. The stitch
made by this machine is more beautiful than any other,
tirade either by hand or machine.
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS:
rim best patent now to use.—{Elton Whig.
Stands leigt,la the estimation of all Erie Constitution
it all that it is recommended—Mime Democrat.
It has no suporzor—(Ashtabula Telegraph.
A household necesuty7lllataria Herald.
Grover h Baker's is unnvalled—i - Rockpoit'Adyertiver.
Meets the mints of the housweete—(Auburn Ch. Adve.
A necessity In the fermly—[Southern Inventor.
The cheapest and best in use—?Baldwinsville Gazette
They are the best in use—f Waterford Sentinel.
The best manufactured—{Pittston 'Journal.
Worthy of public patronage—;Jersey Shore Repub.
Grover Baker have the best improvements--M.• tint
urnal.
Not liable to get out of order—l - Westchester Jeft.
The moat convenient in use—ltMicago News Letter.
Possesses more advantages than any other—{bast'.
Gazette.
All articles are made with it with ease—Diasard'eGaz.
Lightens the star of those at home--[Ploughman.
A child of ten years old may use it—armer and Via
Will do most beautiful sewing--i . Allentown Dem.
doss =elk, linen,
or cotton thread—[Pitta. Advocate.
Is mere simple than any other--[Cleveland Reporter
Merits a place in every family--(Abingdon Democrat
Sew , n yare s minute—{ Cleveland Leader.
The best in use for families—{Biblical Recorder.
it makes a one, strong seem--Maporte Union.
NATHAN V,MTING, Agent,
No. lir Market street
DELAWARE lIIIITUAL
SAFETY
INSURANCE COMPANY
INi:ORPORATED BY . THE LEOLSI..
TORE OF PEYNSLVANLI, 1535
0 FFICE, E CORNER THIRD AND IVA I. NUT S
PHILADELPHIA
Marine Intiurance.
u.N VE:15E1.51 •1
CARUO. • 1, w 1,..11, ins
FREIGHT, I
INLAND INSI7RANCE;,.
Canals, Lake, and L. 1,1 Calll. - ..,
to all parts of the Enico.
FIRE INSLTRANC'-n
vu Mcrdlar.ll.se generally,
On Stores. Dwaieror 0 •
F THE CO-UP:I:3 3
Bonds, Mortgages, and Real E.,zel
Pniladelphia Cay 6 tit cent. Loan..
Pennsylvania State L0an5..._.......
United States Treasury N0te5......
Railroad 6 IR cent. Mortgage Bends
:Rocks in Railroads, Gas and Insurance CCS
Bills Recolvatie
Cash on hand
Balance in hands ci Agents, Premium?. on)
Marine Policies recently issued, and other 61,i;SQ
debts due the Company.-- • ..)
\\m.Martat, Sam:lo L Stoke.
Edmund A. Souder, J F Pvniso,
Theophtlus PauldiL,,, Henry 51,an,
.John It. Penrose Edward Darlingto,
John C. Davis, CI Jones Brooke,
James Traitialr Spencer M'llvatur
Wm Eyre. Jr , Thomas C Hand,
James C Hand, Robert Burton,
Wm. C Ludwig, Jacob P. Jones.,
Joseph H. Seat, James B. sBFar:a.r..
Dr R. M. Huston, icahua P. Eyre,
Goo C. Lieper, John B. Semple Fat
Hugh Craig D T Morgan,
Charles
I Kelley A B. Berger,
IA LLIAM MARTIN, President
THUS C. HAND, Vice President
kisser I :Laces. Secretary
i'. A.. MADEIRA, Agyat
.le=3 No. 95 Water street, Pmatiurgh
PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
NO. 149 CHESNUT STREET,
Opposite the Cite( OM House,
WILL. MAKE ALL KINDS OF INSU
RANCE, either Perpotual 01 [.united, on °yeti
deecoption of Property or Merchandiee, at reasonable
rates Of premium.
ROBERT P SIRU, Proaideut,
M W BALDWIN. Vice Pre!ident.
DIRFOTORS
Charles Bayes,
E B. il
Engh,li, E. R. Cops,
eorge W Broirn.
l' B. Silvery Joseph S. Paul,
C Sherman, John Clayton.
S J MAgargen, E Wilor,
F. iIIaCILIIORN, Secretary.
J 6 COFFIN, Agent.
Corner Third and Wood street,.
)o.ly
PENNSYLVANIA INSURANCE CO
01 Pittsburgh.
DIRECTORS.
Jacob Painter, Rody Patterson, I. Drier Sproul,
C. A. Colton. James H. Hopkina A. A. Carrier,
Henry Sproill. Rich. Voeghtly, George W.Smith
A. J. Jones, Wade Hampto , Robert Patrick
Chartered Captta1.......... 9300.000
FIRE AND IitARINE RISKS TAKEN. of all de
scrlptions
otricias
A. A. CARRIER, PresithAtt.
I. QRIER SPROUL, Sekimtary. ijaLly
Pittsburgh Insurance Company,
NO. 96 WATER STREET, PITTSBURGH.
ROBERT GALWAY, President"
ALEX. BRADLEY, Vice President_
F. A. RINEHART, Secretary.
fa-Insures against HULL AND CARGO RISES, on
the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers and tributaries, and
MARINE RISES generally.
And against lose and damage by Fire, and against the
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation and-Transpor
tation.
. . . .
Robert Galway, Samuel MClurkan,
Joseph P. Guam, M. D, John Scott,
James Marshall, David Richey,
James W. Hallman, Charles Arbuthnot,
Alexander Bradley, J. L. Leech,
John Fullerton, N. F. Bart,
R. Robinson, Robert H. Hartley,
William Carr, . WWI. - Te2s
Western Insurance Company,
OF PITTSBURGH.
GEORGE DARSIF, Preeldent;
F. M. GORDON, Secretary
Orrice No.e2 Water street, (Spang Co.'s Warehouse
up stairs,) Pittsburgh.
Will insure against all kinds of FIRE and MARINE
RISKS.
A Home Institution raana,gcd by Directors who are
well known in the community, and who are determined,
by promptness and liberality, to maintain the character
wluch they hare assumed, as otfering the best protee•
Lion to those who desire to be insured.
a,sszps, APRIL 10th, 1809.
Stock Accounts
Mortg sA
Cilloe = s awe—
Open Accounts, etc ..... .......
Cash
Pretrawn Notes-
Notes and bile discounted
DlllO2OlB
George Donne,
J. W - Batler,
James M'Arden
Andrew Ackley,
Nattuinlel Solmea,
- D. M. Long,
CI. W. Skint
JOHN PHILLIPS
GREAT REDUCTION OF PRICES
- 8500,000.!
1
!2.d4. , I
SEWING MACHINES.
THE :-_,L - B,CRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO
inform tht public that from this day forward those
cELF,E3RA EEL, MACHINES will be sold at the follow
ing REDi'rEL , RATES
-t lv
1,"94,., , )
. 8 el
4, J
-u,117 .13
16,400 CO
Sew Family :I,lazhine and Iran Stand, complete...s,"
New Tremsseree shuttte Itiectume and Stand, com
plete 476 05
EME
No 1 .itskr.aam sma Stand, zompiete .
'.. Btar.anrlslaznlne ana Star,d, c.mpleb, ..11ou
N y `Xlel "v
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,
EVER OFFERED AT A REASONABLE PRICE.
Il' IS THE SIMPLEST MACHINE EVER
.11tI/E It uses two thriswiA without re-winding.
933,734 1.1
and , rf.o. Idede to get out of order
PRICE, ONLY DOLLARS
d:rl :ter a 12retila.r AGENT WAN' ED.
LASSCELL s NORTH OP,
NU. 60 MARKET STREET.
• c or Fe.irrnl end 9 Commons. Alteghen)
Ncrcxzu.o 1. IF`•
71..3C16
.. 105.144 k-)
. :30,112 . •
JOSHUA L. BAILY,
DRY GOODS,
FIRST CLASS BrYERS,
R R RCLOIR T. B. PAVIZT.
BULGER & DAVITT,
anufactui et of every description of
No. 45 Smithileld Street,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
.4. full assortment of PITTSBURGH MICYUFACTUR
ED FURNITURE, constantly on hand, which we will
tell at the lowest prices for Cash. apaely
No. 83 Fourth S
.$ 90,000 00
2,160 00
. 250 00
. 17,208 39
10,387 25
. 80,06 12
.. 153,259 29
$309,149 Oo
B. Killer, Jr,
George W. Jackeon,
Ales.gpeer,
Aine3l.eight,
. x eander hemick,
Wm. H. Smith,
:MORPH H. DAVIB
erring pachines
IS 1 1-4 (.3-
sTRAVY, Agent,
N. 32 and 34 Market street
THE EHATIEAN
THE uNLY RELIABLE MACHINE,
NEVER BREAKS NEEDLES,
importer and Jobber
N 0.113 Market Street, Philadelphia,
CoPEN,
4.111 W or the Largest and Choicest
ASSOICaIENTS OF GOODS,
In This -Warket,
THE SPECIAL, ATTENTION
FROM EVERY .3ECTION
F. A. 111IERSCH & EONS,
FRENCH AND AMERICAN CONFECTIONERS,
Wholesale and Retail,
NO. 42 ST. CLAIR STREET,
Agif-Xanufacturers of French Sugar Toys, Gumdrops,
Cream Dates and Figs, common Candy and Rinses, to,
a O . C. sel3
JOHN N. CRAWFORD,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
DAVENPORT, lOWA.
Espoolal attention given to oolleoting and 'cu rin g
olaims of every kind.
Firm To—Jeremiah DunlB,7. Sr.
E..lpt.. Roberta
G , Esq.,
Ca R. .1. raO
n er
Roberts & Mello. Attorneys. fapl9
-- BT STATE ArTaoßiTy.
ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY
OF HARTFORD.
TNCORPORATED 1819; CHARTER PER
1 PETuAL.
Cash Capital, - $1,000,000
Surplus, July 1, 1839, $1,080,4M 80. Losses adjusted
and mud over, 812,000,000. Property Insured ftgallnir
DANGER BY FIRE, OR THE PERILS OF IN ED
NAVIGATION, at as liberal rates and rules as solvency
and fair profit will permit.
A. A. CARRIER lc BRO, Agents,
W. H. EDIT, Surveyor.
iraihn No. 63 Fourth street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
VINE TOILET EXTRACTS. Lubin'®
Gosnell's, Demarson'a, BILIWIS or Glen's
1 Extracts for the handkerchief, in vast sarieq, for sale
' . WMW2C.,
se2.B corner Smithfield and 'Fourth greets.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP,
Protected - solution of Protoxlde
of Iron Combined,
HAS SUCCESSFULLY PASSED THE
ordeal to whtch new discoyerles to the Maierla
Moth., are subjected, and must now be received as au
establiaLed medicine In , efilmcy to coring
YS 1 .4 0 A. ,
Affections of the Liver, Dropsia, Neuralgia, Bron
chitis and Constimpti7o Tendencies, Disor•
dared state of the Blood, Boils, Scurvy,
and the prostrating effects of Lead,
or Mercury, General Debility,
end all disea3ca which re ,
quires tonic and alter.-
tive Medicine is be
yond question.
The prowl ot its efficacy are as altmer,Ais,so well althea
ticated. and of such a peculiar char.
eater, that sufferers cannot reason- - • •
ably hesitate to receive the protter- 4
ed aid.
The Peruvian Syrup does notpro- r
fess to be a cure-all, but its range is. -•:;k • ii; ' •
extensive, because inane diseases! .
apparently unlike, are intimately
related ; and proceeding from one
cause, may be cured by one r.me
dy. The class of diseases fo: .
the Syrup provides a cure. re precisely that which taw
so often baffled the his et order of medicinal sktli.
The facts are tangible, r e witnesses aocasaibley and the
safety and efficacy of e Syrup incontrovertible.
p umE _L a r g .. cc, $2, of six for 210; areal. battles,
$l, or six for ft
Having oonf.dence in the efficacy of the "Psansun
tiracs," a.. 3 a medicinal agent, we recommend to om•
brethren in the ministry, the careful reading of this
pamphlet_
Rev John herp..mt,
Thee. 'Whittemore.
James B.Mtlee
S. H. Riddei,
Jos. H. Clinch,
Sold by
GEo H KEYSER,
==l
k v i 00 3 1101:11WilleM $ 3 8)1
-THAN THE--
DIA_DEM,
Ever Worn by Kings or Emperors
WHAT? A BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF HAIRI
THE ARTICLE TEAT WILL NATII
RALLY restore the color of the hair, the changing
01 which to gray, being an indication of a lack of
_proper
accretions, is truly a valuable medicine- Prof. Wood's
Hem Twist is the only safe remedy for baldness, dry
ness, premature change of color. and the sevens! Ql,l
- of a lack of secretions at the roots of the hair,
which can be found. Quack preparations abound, and
hair tonics" fill every oorner grocery in the country.
Avoid all " hair tonics ". unless known to be the prepa
ration of some Man whose celebrity has become world
wide. Do not let any nostrum vender experiment upon
your hair. Touch nothing you have not a good reason
to believe is all that it purports to be. Prof. 'Woods has
earned by years of severe test of the virtues of his pre
paration, his pre=cut fame. Over 1: - .4 certificates are be
fore us of the value of this Hair Restorative, from per
' ties who have tried it. Read the following
Raw Yarn, April 19, 156.6.—Da. Woos—.Dme SEri-.Per
mit me to express to you the obligations I am under for
the entire restoration of my Hair to its original color.
About the time of my arrv , il in the the United States it
was rapidly becoming gray. but upon the applicatatin of
your Hairltestorattre :t eoon. recovered its origami hue.
I consider your Res - tcrattre as a very wonderful haren
tion, quite 'air/C=lol,a. well P.-. 9 agreeable.
I am, dear sir, yours truly. S. THALBERG. •
Prepared by 0..1. Woos, & C0..114 Market et., St. Louis,
and 912 Broadway, R. V., and eold by all druggists and
patent medicine deitiera also, by all fancy and toilet deal
era In the United States and Canada.
Sold by Dr. GEO. 11. KEYSER. No. 140 Wood street,
and B. L. FAHNESTOCII. CO., Ito. 60, corner Wood
and Fourth streets. and by all good Druggists generally.
se6tamdaw
SANFonws
LIVER INVIGORATOR,
'NEVER DIE.EI."-...7: AT - Es.
1 T le rompona!lett ea I fret) , from Gums. ani
I t• J , t,S=e .1 i.i,.1 - I....,:leatacc, a etecnardllestlelneiLLUDAVlL
t,L .tpit:e. - al by all era: ,bacc used It, and Ls cuar re
, ..„_, svc.b.c(n.L.dir....tt LL _A 11b the douses tee' mittelt 11
, tecm=ende 3 ,_ l 1 .
ft
~,,, cu. „ l .a . „ .. .,,,, j,
,_ ....itttu the Ise! ewe ieee,
...L., :1.1.1 glrea Up tai: :of :tiler. as the ZLII/StetrOU2 - :=1
:.,,,,tedeentamtesivaly: ..., Tuatmentuahotr.
I N
it, :lase mutt tea lt,..-te.t, s . ;.e t.to temperament of the
cat:Aullta:l4z 11. and te- , fed b esch quest:Mee Li to
.1 geati) c. the i..,:e..5. t
het die dictates of. 7ou,
_, jutz=uut side you to the
use cf the LITER I N-, ." 4 „, s .I . I.GOitATIZIR, tad It
~,cu, Llver c orn . Sesl 'ltletlat.e, Bilious At
tache, DySPCV.II:I, ?y' :Cluronlc Diarrhoea.
Summer C 0111 " ., Pia /lita, Dysente
ry, Drop-y, hour . • Stomach , Habits:Lai
, .
.. a:Uri:nese, Chol-•,... 1 'le, Cholern, Chole
r.‘ .Mor bus , Cholera A Infurttuart. Flat.tie
it ace, :I au n 31c e, Ilul 'Female Weakness
es, and trop be used sac;: '... 'omaltUly so as Ordina-.
ry Family Medi- o..'tlr.e. ItteillcareqlCK
Ii E. A DACH E, - - ;+x' , EA 'theulu.da ruu lestie9.) In
tweitty rolauten, If „.-.'... two or three Tea
spoonfuls ..., t. ,,,3 3 ,,, • en at oursnetteistatiat of
Quack
At I who use it ore ;tying their wttlrcm7
In as favor.
MIX AVAT Eft IN TILE MOUTH WITH.
THE INV LGOGATOR, AND SWALLOW
ROTH TOGETI/Elll.
Price One . Dollr.r per Bottle. .
SAIVg I OI?:.D'S
CATH ARTIC PULLS,
FRoar
• - -
Pure Vegetable Extracie, and gut up In
GLASS CASES, .fir 'Fight, and will keep
in any clithatc.
h
Th e
ec F a mily Ca-. 1 . CbarticPl.l.J,lsagen
tie hut tlre CaLhartc, " white Ms proprietor tai
us,-.1 In 1::s craV.!7.e more, that 'Nast . y yeara -
the conFtautiv tasr,r..a i dem...r.:: G-ozu tam .ato
eavelontaisithe FILL , . -I ml the tatialicaon atlci,
410 e.r.30&:, in re gaalto L,iri .", vat, has Mietzed me to place
item 'Mitt r. the re ash Q 1 ~..I. , WI
the Yrra.,..sl.3a veil trra v.. j fli i , thrt liffereeat Celhamles I.M.
en dile:mot pc.-tima cl theJ li.i ',ovals.
Ma. PAITILT C.i.-1 TRA.7,Trc Flh Y.
t...a. with doe reference to! this mel establY.Mel fart.
Leer. crrapcunde 1 frost al vi variety of Me purest rev,
;able F.Z.razns, width ant i 11.1Jles co ever 7 per; of the
alimentary cats]. and are: .. coca ail safe to all eve
es where a Cathertlo lii 64 Masi, euva as De- .
1
rangements or the i' , St or.a a 0 li Sleepi-
mess, 4
Pains In thej Beck a nd ' Lalns,' -
cosaiscoess, Pal ”, .anil Soreness over
the whole body,j tmat. sudden coll. Mad. -.
frequently. If ceglezted. „ e.r.lM aim.; course of Fe
ver. Loss of App nc-1 r'vl ate, to Crceping t*ett•
sailor. of Cold ...... , ,tr•• _Pe it, bvil.y, Deatleaa-
ness, Ileattache, crj Wei -, r i t_thr. 1., the heed,
all Indam oratory JJ ' ~ lt. J- a se,. Worms ta
Children or .dui re. - ~ :- . ...tivu -to atis in, a great-
Purifier of die Blood e v,., t. Wan- e. , ,eases to whlch
flesh tr. heti% too surn:rs.ts 1.0 ~^•m - - • • - M this advertise
meat. Dose, Ito 3.
P VIC 7. :30 C7 7 .7.jiTi.
The Liver Itivig - "-Ili', r..na Family Ca
thartic Pills m0,,,J...'t ''vrr....-telrd cecerally. sad
Gold wholesale by me 102 i, 0 . 1:1....`,. :2-7p, ter• - c.3
...:
S. T. IN. 1A 7: i , Jl.ti I.). "-T. D., lIT
:iAr.. - .l•,,....7,r.rlFropristar.
3:35 Brain -.... a 3, ..c‘• a or-k.
u. H. KEYSER. Agent. No. 140. corner Wood suns
and V :d1 alley. tvgd dtw
To Housekeepers.
SOMETHING NEW.—B. T. BABBITT'g
BEST MEDICINAL' SALERATUS,
g manufactured from common salt, and is p g 8
u pared entirely different from other tinier w
All the deleterious matter extracted in such
manner as to produce Bread, Biscuit, and all
•'t°•kinds of Cake, without con•anung a particle 0 LED
I Salaratux when the bread or cake to baked: the
„'by producing wholesome results Erery parti
7 Vele of Salemtus is turned to gas, and panes 7 0
!through the bread or biscuit while baking; eon
•sequently nothing remains but common
Water and Flom. You will readily perceive
ithe taste of this Salaratus that it is entirely
w afferentf from other Saleratua
It is packed in one pound papers, each wrap
hmrsl24 l _" B. 3. Babbitts Best Method,'
t**- - -
Mall&also, picture, twisted loaf of bread,
twirl a glass of ettervescing rater on thetop.—
ben - ou purcha a n d p7aper you should jwa
,serre e wrapperbe parucular get th
;next exactly like the first—brand as above.
Full directions fcr makir.v, Bread with
;Saleratus and Sour Milk or Cream Tartar, will
ia°cCfialgPa'td each PoefeW'4_7l;?.3'LiVo °as
f°
,Soda Water and Seisilltz .Pciwders.
MAKE YOUR. owar soix,
° sirs
la T. BABBITT'SPOTAS H' PURE CNCF-NTBAT 7 0
a.
iWarranted double the strlsth of ordinary Yon
6 glash: put np in
.lare—
directlorcrL; for iziaril 'd lk' 6 IDs.
ard ' d '6 8
.9 1 12 IDs . --nth full
Son Soap. Consumers will find this the clue
est Potash in market.
Llfn Manufactured and for sale by
B. T. BABBITT, 131'
Noe. 08 and 70 Washington et-, N. y„, . i,,, ~
liY'klldAw and No. 33 lll , iia st... Boston. ' / V
:NIX TREATISE Cni
ntal'orrhea, ast.inal Witt/mum Nervous mad eftiltraf .
• :Tee, impe...adar and a Ma'am:. aritring.freat ic =
. ~,f -atun and cater ecrekr.m. Fr as Lie
31,a titcripti of Barmen, ;et, "AL D.
rat- pointing ontomode of etre at ono. eettato and
a teetual, by Vatcherery sulTerer, ro nnatt,r what moon
-4,, ton. may cure ttmsell wtthnut the knowledge proven
room Mate, and at the least' pes - gble eoa,, thereby&Told
inn the DCIDICIVII Vadat ant quack r.ottlmmi of thed&y.
The anther waw a French rhyettlan of tr,reatartalnhaentp,
elm spent nutty years In Inveatinatinn the =tuna and
..t.dment of this disease, wilt ch, Intel IY carries thous:lda
to an nntlutely grare- Sent under seat to any whims,
on receipt of two re." °et starr.pS.
Address, B. C. PAINE d. CO., Deednettle.
IRST PREMIUM AWARDED BY THE
F
STATE FAIR TO
GRAFF & CO.
FOR TEE REST
ES 'l' c T-13f5i ,
For the best Rea' for fan}thes, and best Wood Cook
Stove. Diploma for loesllatv uocm Stove. Also on hand,
a large assortment of ideating Stoves, Emu and Fancy
Grate 'Fronts, Fenders, Sad and Dug irvan, Sugar ,Em•
ties, Tea Betties, Wagon Boses. Hollow-Wares as
GRAFF k CO , vo. 2,45 Liberty street.
112 At the head of Wood streei.
Rev. Jlartin Moore,
Thom. Star King,
- Charles Briggs,
.3ylvanum Cobb,
- Edward Edmunds
110 Wood street