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PROPRIETORS AND EDITORS.
FRIDAY MORNING
To Merchants and Others
We are prepared to print on a letter sheet
copies of prices-current of the Pittsburgh mar
ket. The merchant ordering them can have his
card inserted at the head of the list of prices.
Meeting of the County Committee of
Correspondence
rurfilmat w notice giVoU, the Democratic County Commit-
Correapondence met et the St. Chart. Hotel, on Sat
urday, December Lit, 1&A, at. II cictOct. A. M. After some
,114,uuluu. the following resolution. offered 10; R. Biddle
SohcrtA, Buy., oda adopted:
Resolved, That the Democrats of the several Wards,
oroughs and Townships be requested to assemble at the ae
...end places of meeting, an Saturday. December 15th, 1555,
and elect Delegates to meet in County Convention on the
Wednesday following, (the 19th lust s ) at the Court House, to
the City of Dittatrurgh, at 11 o'clock A. M., fur the purpose of
selecting Delegates to attend the Democratic State Conven
t led be held at Harrisburg, on the 4th of March next.
The following resolution W6+3 unanimously adopted :
Rewired, That+ the thanks of this Committee be tendered
to Messrs. Bryson a Shirts, the gentlemanly proprietors of
the lit. Charles lintel, for their kindness and liberality in fur
rilahltig us with so comfortable and convenient place for our
meeting. SANK W BLACK, Chairman.
R. R.—The times of meeting, as heretofore appolntea—
the Townships from 3 to 5 o'clock, P. Nf., and the Ward's of
the tire Cities and the Boroughs from 5 to 7 o'clock, P. M.
WE are undor obligations to Hon. Lion Boyd,
of Kentucky, for important documents.
The Abolltionibta in Cowiell
The Eighteenth Annual Convention of the
Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society commenced
in Philadelphia last Tuesday. The attendance
was slim, but the menibers made up iu zeal what
they lacked in numbers. We recognize no new
names among those who figured in this delightful
gathering. There were Jame , Mott, Lucretia
?Ott, Robert Purvis, black man, )J. Miller Mu.
Oliver Johnson, Rev. Mr. Grew, (black
men, probably.) and Edward M. Davis--all of
whose names can he found on the roll of any
similar convention for the last twenty years.
This body has been styled the Mutual Admira
tion Society,'from the fashion they have of soft
soldering each other for sticking to the good
cause " through thick and thin--joined with
plenty of unpleasant expletives against the
Church, the State. and the Press for not uniting
with them in their crusade against the sum of
all villainies."
From the 18th annual report, we learn the so
ciety has been nineteen years in existence : that
in that time it has expended 5150,000: has cir
culated millions of anti-slavery newspapers,
tracts and other publications, and has held not
fewer than 2,&00 public meetitp. The object
of this society was the Abolition of Slavery. The
report asks, Has it done anything towards ef
fecting this object' Crew reflecting man
can answer for himself, and he will surely answer
it in the negative. Has any state or territory
abolished slavery since it, labors commenced
N(.. Has the condition of the boridmen been
bettered! We think not. tm the contrary, af
ter this fanatical crusade commenced, many
southern states have been compelled by their
own safety, to pass laws that previously were
never thought of: and Virginia and Kentucky,
which before at least, discussed the propriety of
emancipation—the latter very near passing an
act to that effect—ever since the Abolition so
ciety commenced its labor of hate have ignored
the question entirely The report admits this,
but says ^ victories are sometimes fruitful in dis
aster to conquerors," and takes consolation from
an anti-slavery majority in the popular branch
of Congress Ten years before the e.xi'tence of
this society, there was a ma, onto sufficient to
pass the Missouri restriction—and we don t be
lieve there can he votes enough mustered now
to restore it.
The principal speakers on the first day were
C. C. Burleigh, Rev. Mr. Grew and Lloyd Gar
rison, at whose hands the Constitution and the
Union suffered some hard rap. Garrison was
in favor of a dissolution of the Union, fur which
he assigned a variety of reasons, One was
Because, while the slaveholders have a terri
tory that they can call their own, we are denied
our right to a land that belongs to us unless we
wear a padlock on our lips. The Southern man
can come here and defend slavery, but the North
ern man who attempts to speak of freedom, will
find only the Union which brings a rope about
his neck. Such a Union is a despotism '
Mr. Garrison feels outraged at living under this
‘• unholy compact " he had better leave. A resi t .
majority of the people of the United States—of
the North—prefer the Union as it is : and we are
sure an equal majority would consent without a
tear to his emigration to some foreign land.
where possibly he can live without •' putting a
padlock on his lips." Indeed, it' it were neces
sary, we believe every Garrison abolitionkt in
these States could obtain the unanimous con
sent" Ve withdraw. Suppose he tries it on, and
goes to Mexico or the South American States,
where Mr. G. says they have no '• peculiar in
stitution."
THE PRICE-CURRENT
The second number of the Prey Current i. 9 out,
and really for examination, and also ready for
subscriptions and advertisements. It is for sale
at the counting room of the Mornrng Post.
Now is the time to say whether it shall be sus
tained. It costa a god deal of rnimey. andur
business men say it is needed It, editor is ,u
-defatig-ahle in his efforts t., make it all that eau
be desired. But he promises constant improve
ments if liberal encouragement is bestowed upon
The Price C urrent table will he printed un let
ter sheet for all who desire opies in that form
to send to their correspondents and customer•
MATCHLESS MATCH MACH IS E.—We were shown
the other day, at the exhibition room, No. SO
Fourth street, a patented match machine, by
Which one man and two small boys can make, it
is said, a half a million matches, cutting them
from the timber, dipping them, and putting them
in boxes ready for sale, in one day. They are
the round matches, too, and well made. It is a
new invention, and certainly equals for ingenuity
anything we have seen of late. We would nil
vise all who like to see curiosities and useful in
ventions to drop in and see it. It will well pay
for the trouble, and no charge is made for a look
at it. The half a million matches, at present
rates, would amount to about $47. Deducting
he cost of the pine wood, which is but a trifle,
it would leave $42 or $43, as the money earned
by the machine and one man and two boys in a
day. The patentee will dispose of, at low rates,
nearly all the western and south-western States.
Mr. Eaton. No. 80 Fourth street, is agent for
the sale of rights.
It is estimated that twenty million gross of
boxes of matches are used in Pennsylvania in a
ILLUSTRATED NEWSPAPERS From MeaSTS.
Miner & Co. and Gildenfenney & Co., the agents,
we have received copies of The illustrated London
News and Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
Both these journals have a supplement, and both
are filled with choice engravings that will delight
the connoisseur.
PRIMARY MEETING. —The Democrats of the
Third Ward will hold their primary meeting on
Saturday, December 15, at Alderman McKenna's
Office, from 5 to 7 o'clock, P M.
IVe said of the editors of the Chr ,, nir/e—" very
good men they are," and they got angry about
it. Gentlemen, if what we said was untrue, we
beg your pardon, and take it back.
lito IT. Chronicle. do
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DECEMBER 14
IMEEIME3
for several year,
State Treasurer of this Commonwealth, died in
Harrisburg on thol)th inst. lie also represent
ed Camberlandtmunty in the Rouse and Senate.
On Tuesday list, Mr. Banks received the
highest Note for Speaker of the House. •The
whole opposition delegation from Pennsylvania,
twenty in number, voted for him, excepting
Messrs. 'bourne, Broome and Fuller.
Lieut. Col. Samuel Miller, of the U. S. Marine
Corp, was buried in tkiladelphia, on Tuesday
last. lie had been in tin service for nearly half
a century, and was dangerously wounded at the
battle of Bladensburg, where he greatly distin
guished himself.
The California Know Nothing Convention held
its session at Sacramento, and appointed dela
ptea to the Philadelphia National Convention.
instructing them to vote for no man fur Presi
denCvinles, in favor of the Pacific Railroad, and
opposed to any agitation of the nlavery ,lues
tion.• I.i there a North
The people of Newburyport, Mass., are in
digr4nt at the price of their pauper establish
ment:, which cost them $12,800 last year, al
though there are only sixty-four inmates. From
a list , of " items " furnished, it appears they are
provided with velvet collared costs, costing from
$8 td $l2, and silk handkerchiefs, worth $1,50.
It would be less expensive to the citizens had
ledgihgs been taken at a first class hotel, where
it is Said boarding could he had for four dollars
per week.
The Forrest divorce case came up on Tuesday,
before the Superior Court of New York, on an
appeal brought by Mr. Forrest. Mr. Chase, one
of the counsel for this gentleman, moved it be
continued, as Mr. O'Connor, the senior coun
sel, was engaged, and could not attend the trial.
ABM' some opposition on the part of Mr. Van
Buren, counsel for the lady, the Court granted
the .motion, and the cage went over for the term
In the course of the conversation on the motion,
Mr. Van Buren stated that Mrs. Forrest had not
received a cent of the alimony, {53,000 a year.
allowed her by the decree of divorce grunted
nearkv four
FROM WASHINGTON.
Correspolidence of the Nlorning Rat
WA.itiNGTos, December 10,
Bar r 40, ad--111 tr. 74 probuth
arid Fei, toll last Srr t tatalls In aiuut If,
a I dull tunes— Rep:, throw I,rad
--Recu its— Exag,,•r'ated ,Irruu I from
—7'he Re, ci Naval ?direr,—
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un Saturday. as the 11,,u , e Ajourned. Mr
t'uniliack. an Abolition member from Indiana.
annm•F,nced that n c.lncti. , of the Anti-Nebraska
tnembcer4 would be hell in the Representative'
liull that evening It was rumored that nothing
arcornplished, but to-day Mr. Bank , has in
creased hia vote, and 4.1 l the:l7th ballot, announ
ced a. few minutes .ince, the vote ,tood: for
ItichArd,on .f r Bank- 1117 for Fuller '..!8
scattering neceQsars In It chow,.
Itankt=. therefore. want- 111,w tart is to e , 1,,
!-.e,:urp his election. The pr,,hahtlay 1 , that the
majority will persist in balloting to-dal until an
election has been accomplished. There is some
excitement springing up. but it is not on the
Derneicratic side of the House. The opposition
have the majority, and upon them rests the re•
sponsibility. The Southern Know Nothings are
in a gtrait, and are perhaps laboring under more
excitement than any other division of the House.
The election of Banks, an Abolition Know Noth
ing, (Inds the existence of the order at the South,
and its members will he compelled to surrender
unconditionally to the Democracy—recognizing it
as the only national party in existence.
The ballutings for Speaker last week sur•
seeded each other with much quietness, nn evi
dence of feeling having manifested itselt tto
Thursday morning Mr Marshall's name Iva ,
withdrawn from the list of candidates On Fri
day. after the L'd3d ballot. Mr Campbell with
drew his name, having reached 81 votes at one
time The following ballots were more confused
than ever. but on Saturday a rally was made for
Banks. when he ran up to one hundred votes, be
ing the greatest number heretofore cast for any
of the candidates The Southern Know Nothings
supported Fuller. with the object. as they said,
to enZmurage his Pennsylvania colleagues to ad
here 'to him, fearing they might gu over to Banks
and Secure his election. The Democrat- , con
tinue wanimou , for Richardson, giving him
throughout about 73 votes. tit - course Mr.
Banks' vote is exclu ,, i‘ely from the northern
Staten, and if elected, it will be recognized as a
sectional triumph. Such a spectacle has never
before been witnessed in Congress. it has never
before been attempted to organize the House un
a strictly sectional basis.
The delay in the organization of the House
defers the receipt of the President's Message and
the Reports from the Heads of Departments,
causitg, a general dullness to pervade the city.
Consaltations looking to the election of Speaker
are the order of the day, and combinations to
elect nr defeat this or that candidate, effort the
tidy subject for gossip. The contents of the
President's message are so carefully concealed,
that Ow omniscient correspondents of the press
iu tlii?4 city, who always possess exclusive infor-
ination on every subject, du not venture a sur
mise..,or indulge in a guess with regard t,.
recoMmendatiorp+ So far as the real bueiueso
of thti: session is concerned, a still longer delaj
would; be of no great consequence , nothing is
ever accomplished till after the holidays, and if
the I-louse completes its organization by that
time, it will answer quite us well. The public
inter&ts are not suffering material injury, and
the Treasury really a gainer. So every evil has
some rompen,ating good.
The African , have rented a large hall near the
centre of the city, which is known as the Repub
lican Head Quarter.. when• the private consulta
tions of this sectional organization are held, and
their plans matured. This is a new feature in
the history of the Abolition party. arid is one of
the mitinifestations f the systematic cfreo-t , fit
leaden to combine all the N , rthernState'. into
a sectional party. It seems, too, that it has re
ceived some accessions to its strength here, the
rumor, being current that F. B. Blair has avowed
himself an adherent to its principles and policy.
Probably this foreshadows the future course of
the Van Berens: the hopeful prince John played
directly into the hands of the Sewardites during
the last canvass in the State of New York
Another accession here is IP B. French. a can
didate for the Clerkship of the House, who has
abundantly qualified himself for this step, by
treachery both to the Democratic party and the
Know Nothing order-
It Was surmised here that the telegraphic ac
counts of the difficulties in Kansas were greatly
exaggprated, and that they had been forwarded
here tit this moment to effect some object in con
nection with the organization of Congress. Stib
scaluept accounts justify this view, and make
manitkat the propriety of the President in wait
ing for the full written accounts of the affair be
fore he proceeded to place the United States
forces at the disposal of the Territorial authori
ties. It seems to have been a dispute between
two squatters about a claim to a certain tract of
land, both of whom were emigrants from north
ern States, one from Ohio and the other from
Penniylvania. The free State men, it is admit
ted, rescued a prisoner from the hands of the
Sheriff, and resisted the execution of the Terri
torial laws and authority of the Sheriff: but they
have done the same all along, and there was no
more provocation at this time to use force than
uu other previous occasions.
The Senate is awaiting the action of the
House, its daily sessions being little more than
an assembling of the Senators and an adjourn
ment. On Saturday Mr. Sumner presented the
petition of Commodore Joseph Smith, praying
relief from the decision of the Naval Retiring
Board, placing him on the Retired List. This is
the first move of the Retired Naval Officers to
hring their cases before Congress, and will prob- I
ably be followed by others. It is the general
impression that some discussion on this subject
will be excited in Congress, but that the decision
of the Board will stand the test of examination.
It was to he expected that every retired officer
would be dissatisfied, and the clamor is less
even than what might have been anticipated.
the mail closes at three o'clock, I am COM
pelletUto finish my letter before the next ballot,
now lh progress, has been pronounced. The
telegraph will probably convey to the readers of
the Pfist the result, before this appears in its
columns4The election of Clerk, Printer, and
the other officers of the House, will follow, and
on each there will probably be a struggle. Th e
Know Nothing clique here, which had made a
distribution of all the planes among the indi
viduals comprising it, will get about nothing.
Such is the influence of the Organ.
11. Richard-t.. Unite.' States Marshal for the
Northern ili , triet of California. W/Vi baSVly assat , -
sinated in the streets of San Franciecb, on the
evening of the I 7t14,4t.,, by ti deffierath nanajd,
Charles Cora. Tliki a plired Zi,pistobAo
his breast, and shpt hiffi dead itilmoskt witiniut
provocation. A s4rkrime before, a Slight (lilt- •
cnity occurred between them, but it had been
settled to the satntifatition of both parties. Gen.
Richardson was 22 years of age. He had been
Quartermaster-General of the California militia
was a member of the Democratic National Con
vention in 1852: and since March, 183:3. has
been U. S. Marshal for the Northern District of
California. lie was a faithful and efficient offi
cer. gentlemanly in hi; deportment, a good citi
zen and a warm friend. He leaves a young wife
who. in her delicate situation. is brought to the
point of death by this sudden and melancholy
bereavement. Again. we have the assassinations
of the Hon. is..ac B. Wall. t'ollector of the Port
of Monterey, and T. S. Williamson, an officers
the county of Monterey, who were murdered on
the loth ult. They were both shot through the
head, from behind,—the wounds being apparent
ly made by rifles. Mr. Wall was a member of
the Legislature in 1859 and 185• . and in the ses
sion of the latter year was Speaker of the Assem
bly. When President Pierce came into power.
he was appointed Collector of the District of
Monterey. which office he held up to the time of
his death. lie was well known throughout the
State, and had a host of ardent friends
THE PITTSBURG tl [vein Mkev .—A Festival for
the benefit of this worthy Institution will beheld
in the Masonic Hall, Fifth street, Tuesday and
Wednesday, December ISt!' and Ifith. When it
is remembered that over 1h r rd patients
have been nursed in this institution during the
past year, and als, that nt“st of the, Went
charity patients, nothing further need be urged
to elicit the lilierality of the people of this com
munity towards the abort lo.titution. Dona
tioni of fancy articles for the fair. and of provi
sion for the , uppei. may he sent to the Hail. an
Tuesday. December IML
DEPARII P.F.A (u-et. - The following bont3
took .tit the annoxed amount, of c..nl within the
laic t wen ly four itour4
Id/la. lon
Bc.nts
Latk e Erin
llorDet •
Ilerculeq
Diamond
Billow -
(hi thrlo•
Wile-e)
Twentie. altered from the Trenton
t'ompany. New J e Ney , are living circulated,
dated March I. l Ciintre, vignette female
with basket in han.l, row .taming near her
the left end margin. female with horn plent •
on the right end the word •• twenty in large let
ters The alteration 1. , well tiet.e
Dr. DUrbin'lli E. 21111 Lecitvre•---Jerst.nlent.
II n very ,e1,1 ,, m. ,Acovi, that sir virizenv have
the opportunity of listening t. le , ture• ot the high
character of those being delivered by Dr. purl,le
it is with much regret we pervert that he n, com
pelled to close his eerie,. this evening—with the et,
interesting theme. "derniialetn \ le‘e ol the
public of these cities. we trued. will miss the la.t op
portunity lit hearing one et the nn , it learned and
gifted men of the present tune. on a quhje,t that
must be near the heart of every chri+tian. Kith the
tarred and .•la•mic associations that niu•t for ever
linger around that ,mot Holy I.'tto, every pious heart
must he deeply affected. and when presented with
the ripe icholarahip. shrewd elpiervatvet, and sin.ple
eloquesi, of Dr. burlitn, cannot fail b.. make a F,015.
erre' and happy impression. Let en intelligent
chrtsttan public crowd Lafayette Hall title ertning,
and •how they ran appreeinde lecture: the highest
order, and that they are .leterwlet...l to =ustnLi ISt/ 35-
'Ell: will provide such a refined an d ,de‘ a
Ling entertainment. LLX.
THE LATEST NEWS
BY TELEGRAPH.
f , SE WEIK I TFR ElO , t 1
XL, VVlth. I)e , -en.ll,r —Tb.. Hutl ~ ha.s ar
need. but to detained below , on,« of h4r pnose.n, , er•
have Firrived in the , it), and hove furnished En 4114.
piper. In advance ~f he, arm al at I,vr d•wk.
There i- itep ,, rtahr Intritlgenre I rum tile seat
~f war. The principal feature of the new, th.
wcek ,• f remove. all kuting that at lam
there .•a pr ,, pt ,- I of react:. Ihie rume.r rays that
lionnm dirvetTi. reiine.lted Proaiiia to make con
ciliatory offer• to the ‘Ve‘tern Power,. and Pruniiia IP
gold hale ni'repted the miiision. 4ustrm an,enting.
But tbe defitote form of the rumor in that a
propositi ,a ha, been submitted to Nap.eleon on be
half nit Ito Asia, which eon he bonorahly a - merited.
namely That Ittinpiii will f•011rillde a lovaro with
the Western or-, ce;thoul the intervention of
either A mo.r.a or Pru.siii. The term, are raid to be,
RUP.I/1 neeedthg I. the gaarithlro of tine tarlepen•len , e
of the Danubian principallueni and the freedom
the Black tea. Both partien are to continue prepii
ration,. for but no active •perations are to
be entered upon, up to u date agreed up... All thin
no pu,11.11 . premature, but the hopes for pew, are
strong.
Th e e xcit emen t ne Q i ~, , Amer wan taw. Las
almm,t passmi away.
The Danish Conference met on the loth alt.. hat
1001; no act e,n.
Tbe King et . Pruiiiiia inn SlN,erh (I/ the Chambers
announcer decidedly th e conti n u e d n ee t r eltt e
Primeia.
There Pi n , •tking ohliortant (loin Asia or the Blaok
Sea.
A,lmirul Brunt. e ,, mtnattcler "I the Fn•nah fleet in
the Black Sea, died of ehulern.
Count Male i- nl,O dent!.
The Ainuritatti ship Telegraph with a full cargo of
linseed, flax and hemp. had sailed from Archangel
bir Amsterdam. The White Clemd with n similar
cargo, was detained by inc. and would probably hare
to remain all winter.
The adwiraltt e4oltruct‘ tor navy supplies hese
lees J llik Cl/ nt much less rate• than lVt•r, .•5
Beet suss /7 Ts. and £9 for Pork per tierce. ['he
tenders of American Pork extended to 10,000 pack
ages, and were accepted at Ihaic
American snicks have improved, with large sales.
The three per cants closed at Paris ut advance.
LerEsx. —The King of Sardinia arrived at London
on Friday, when he met with an enthusiastic recep
tion.
hen. Ctutrobert left Copenhagen for Part, on the
30th No% ember. The ”porations at 6ebiotupol pre
paratorc to attacking the northern forts were proceed
urg rspnll
TIIIRTS'•FOURTH CONGrftEEiS
t'YTY. Uecetnber 13.. -Soma,— Mr.
Jones, of lowa, submitted a resolution authorizing
eerratu committee• to employ clerks.
Mr. Adams moved an amendment. providing that
ai, person shall he appointed holds office under
On federal government. This amendment was re
jected and the original adopted.
The Senate then adjourned.
Hon," -Tim House resumed voting for Speaker,
and on the slet liallot the vote stood:--Hanky 105:
Richardson 75 Fuller :42 ; Leiter 2; scattering 9.
At the conclusion of roll call. Mr. McMullen said •
I give notice that unless within the next three days
we shall,elect a speaker. I shall submit a prlo , litilai
by way of compromise."
Mr. thddings, iluudly, --11'hat is the proposition'
Florence--You can't comprotuise principles Mc
Much confusion ensued.
Mr. Giddings—Tell what it
Mr. Houston, (from the opposite >ide of the Hall.,
—lt that you come over to us, and a very (sir pr,-
position it is. i Laughter.l
Mr. Giddings—Mahe it now.
Mr. Houston—lf all of you promise to come over
to us, I'll make it now. iLaughter, and cries, " You
can't come that game ;" " no doubt you'd agree.")
The House again resumed balloting: 52d ballot
—Banks 104 : Fuller 34 ; Richardson 74 ; Scatter
ing 10.
58d ballot—Banks 104 : Richardson 74. Fuller
34; Scattering 10.
04th ballot—Banks 104; Richardson 72: Fuller
38; Scattering 7.
The whole number of votes polled, 223—necessary
to a choice 112. There being no choice the House
adjourned..
From Washington
WASHINGTON CITY. December 13.—The Speaker
ship is the engrossing topic to-night. It seems to be
the tied determination of the friends of Banks and
Richardson to adhere to their respective candidates.
This being conceded, the supporters of Fuller hold
the balance of power, and with them rests the re
sponsibility of making an election. Should the
three divisions remain firm, a proposition is talked
of to end the contest by partitioning the principal
offices among them. The subject confuses the heads
of all directly concerned in an organization.
The Case of Louta Baker
NEW Toast, December 10.-10 P. M.—The Jury
in the C0...a of Louis Baker, charged with the murder
of Poule. is still out, with no prospect of agreeing.
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pertinent have demonstraMd that upon the condition of the
hlood depends the health op.he lnei,yb Lonsequently. when
disemse lu the shape of Scrlii n a. Erya r tfauiLl.lcers. Cutaneous
lh-uptions. Liver Complaiat;&.c., ap r. it laat , ince evident
;Lhat'Lliti.auctettua.fuactioiLa have become inert and tinpuri
:rigs hsega beea.ingdi'later(l4in thn blood whibb are working
;their vitij to th surtace. 4ANDS' SANSAPARILLA is 'v.
;pre.sal.Orropa.o . l te(temeify such cases. and should be at
:once rat Orted - M.,..it will gently stimulate the tuner lona of
the stomach and bowels to regular and healthy action, and
without 1181.21 or purging expel therefrom nit Leleterioul
accumulations, purify the blast, equalize the circulation.
promote perspiration, Improve the appetite, impart L.ne and
dis , a4e, causing all nnelglitly excrescences to disappear. and
leaving the elfin perfectly smooth and (terible
Prepared and Hold by A B. A Drugrisia
Fulton street, New York.
S,,nl ulee Ly FLENIINO Pittetsurnh, ht.. mid by
Druggists genernlly.
Ayr important to Farmers—Nelv
crieli.--VEGF:TAtLE CATTLE I.ollioEß.—'ll.,
der. ar.. put up in tale pound I,orka, and are really n vood
article, not only tor the ithident w h.e . srs,
Steil., and Other alliallars, but they are ilkeNii.lo all carellrnt
arttele to improve the condition of the animal
F 4, Much Gees, they not milt- hnprot the oonditlim
witch cows, lint they Increase the kinantity as Well its im
prove the quality of milk and butter. The proprietors say
that it increase, the pmutity of butter from half a pound to
a pound a week to each cow, while those persons who have
tried it nay a pound and a half to two pounds per week. with
the .nine kind of feed as before iii „u o thi ng w e sru
Min, all whouse it utt, trill 11.11, tt all the time, and tare
money by the operation as Well as improve the appearance
'it . Orli. stock Price .7.'; rento n paper; G papers for V.
Corner of Wood .trer.t nod Virgin anry,
WI nod lietuil AgAmt.
4 , 43 - From the N. York National Monitor
February 24.—IbilEAN Dr l Arun bus 4i431, more
nutigiumta tbu con liti.pn of linnuinity till i.lrd u.ilb lung
....tnplaints, than .y other practitioner ..f tn , c11.114.m that
has ..truggi.,l aulr the arot • of 0..• ne!ere.l 7:-.lita. for the
centur), by the .•ntion an.l I,erl,th.i. of n u trotrie
atetit titist win cutOo.y I.• It, longs a medic... the
(If a highly Ntralieliteil x 1,415 .5. I. .lirectly 141 thy,
dines mn.l ma, n. 11101,1 Ira it❑nl.ili) ,41s,
inalblocl 'with diw,A.,4 kriming from Inagr. v• ii
qubm.rvo their intvivnb• hy 11,4 ran Varn,r n It tnl
Gtatal..—Dr Cunm' fly tie orlglnztl tui.l
I=l
Sle - Bat helor's Ha I r uog i ppc
11 waking a ramblo litur Dy exrf pt Ilatc4for'
P4,ltlllnr th.y uoutl MV,.lki the cares, t h e
f Uhl IlltOr 11vC1,&1!" . 1 1it.b41,, -hurt t Its. 51,111.1
a ut.a ioll tiwy ettautot PIN; mid hl oerrtificut,-a
hetturtn, ant nosrgpalwr Lunt. - .1.,, tight th,r Way 1.,
.1N ❑ut • . Indnatry ha, itr tl,l
ii•putallon "1 and
hppl , ILI r,nr pN Ltt r m ans
t.. I , r II Krr,n, II
Karl stmt
4,•Stockinga and kiomlery for Winter.--
If r..et tl.vrl . t want y.,ar s‘itiv
.11 ,%111 take •illr g,. I.• v r
1, r of Markt , . allay uud Flfth and ltry
t.h.pant hue l-totklng, that makr v .t 1..0: I - 1411
,Ittfortil 14. Dui al,. maka. Kill r‘ery
IG..n•n that ).01l CILZI tu.•nl,n. at S.. h..l•••nlr and ',tail
Houvom6er 11. ..! %I ark u:,,1 F. ft I,
.trim.
4d-Call at No. 164 Wood st reel, and ex
,All 5..47 HA, ..ft] NS tsrix Itt• Jr,t
larK, I A of Ct•loat,Al, ,111 I •A!:,
apt, wlnch i :.1 "Oh M .M.i A .. I
NVotx.l litter[. CI Iti
C•ie - Balzo of a 'l'llotualad Flom, Cr., for
th. n • Art, eil T
YU. kind Ftuisira Irma Iti lak, 5• , 1,1 it Dr li rT•t.P . - 44
MT=
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
11.1 . \
Bei ecn Plitaburgh and Philadelphia.
MAU. THAI \ t•hltrgh I a
Phtltulqpiau ut ; A. M.. and Pii I ha , lelphin r,.r I . lt,lalrgh nt
111 E }.l!'T LINE
2.'2. P. M.. and Plula-delphin t.bitr4lB P NI
1111- Nbllll' TI: %IN litt.t.m.,tola
nt P rI . P3l,l.tir2h
111 II P. NI
P.I.AIILS VILLE AII_OMNItoDATIn oN TR!, \pm,
I•urnit dtttly, nvept hundny. nt 4 .:u P
IthtINTAJN'S ALAAJAIIIOI.;ATI.O. 111AL\ 1 1 .1talalq.1
4,11, at II t..clt./..t A. M., I' ti.. And t; , -Al m
Itto a 1 . ,.. Lanes cow:tea:l at Pit t`.1.11 It. the 11.,,1r
tad trot nl. Lcatte, ital. ita 111
1.411,11,g101,1ittal : Tr/ •• UAW.
turd 11.1`41.1.1.11.011.. I I.latt Itat
1-pritagtlt2ll. Ltellut , tittAtua, tsass.lt.t,l in.llm lu, ttitlt`i
`112 • 01.`1 , . .%IZtuull.`•l ~:. I .il.l, , I.l—`
uli lt tta.. ?halt, Packet. Ikatt, to /la 211.1 1 \1 n I `NU, ••,
La It. lin l,ntl.E uud UNCI , S.
TI/ NW kill TICKET rat. tr.. .1 .111,,
further partxular... 11:•1.41..1b. at it... .Ittivt...t
l'ateßf.t...g..l, the ‘%....1 will thts
.thortest and Srtrut 4tztx,lttt..u. , P1.11.1..11.1.....
I.lle. \t.. Ituttton. MintEE,
Agur(, P:Lnsortger
J. )1E.,1( I NI FN.
. . .
a--1; Agout, Lawn, litt..burOt
. _
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD
~~`- T ~ ~~_Y.
N(CI1(
Pitisblirgh to Crooked Creek,
IA T y MILE hji•tkN 1N;
A \II A r11.:11 Al. I.— tit... 1; 11 , ,gta and
Trim wilt learto
.3•pf....1., al 3 o'clu. 1, I' awl ee Pp at Ut L.lL;,wtn ettkuon,
. 4 .l.lkri.burg,, Ir.ludY. Nsti , tv
_kn. 1,11, y. l'arnsso•la. Az s,
s. M. kusan's, Frvetsort. fitskiminetas. M 1.11- 11
f.• 1111. ”Ily•-. T. nod k't•s,ka..l
Itri.rmung, kstil 'suss kvsk at • ~ •, 1"..k. A M..
.L
11 stop at all t.hn attn.. tittertnnatxtt, nt.ittAttnn
Air The Gt 1111.1.1 nra itr , rtntwt I r. .v
hn. am at the mh.,eo nt Iltott 1 , n.10 , t
Penn ouhl%Vey t• at rev,. i'ltt•hor:h
l'ickeln (nut tY LntPm I Ile 11111.,
l't till iw,l W i . streets. fr-te t h.
IX/NN r.. 4 h_INS
LII Cr..•ke.l t ro,k oti thy .‘t t),
Tr:tiro, for lilttauntng, Catlll. Crk, M I. 'boo,
.14 1,. Clart4 41. Itmly Hit Ilti IT lit • vi lo
t•Urg and Pun clan wury
Fare to Kittanning, 61..45
Tho Err , Lvor , nnEnrair dine a ill nas , the ~• rnor
Filel and Market et roil a in cent. , t i•in unh the 1,1 , 1 :11 . 2
had. •lei I • s .1
(114.101, ( if:o6 I{ A I'll ES. - CI IN N
o,rn melt aeie ..rk• Ti..
;dap. hair been drawn with inittliettiatical and a onto . ,
acne:, (nom the lat , al and loot reliaide autli•iroo, and
halo .- exhil•it t h e recent tin rh - -sr 11101 E131101 . M11010. tutu
the r arc destnurtly and beautifully engraved {n Si.important
t. uuva t lie flaps is the readiniela end eerutinti with it lti. ti
iitu•terite still learn at licit ,kee the Aran• of map. in
Will geographic and etatute mike, thence aeon.,lug a trio
iiko • I the rue if every state eplintri Fda 1, Map I. no
pe•liately followed by printed ileeeriptieto the oapori
idolata. and hence O....graph:. and atlas are Pi the ane.
Moll attention ha. S..
Pliyinial frame, of .eels tor,. ne shot the vt,
• ken te• ••I ing the animals i•eritilier I Th.
vor happily provided The pied heini.• o
••ri plain mid ;Wet . and an ditfrlin 11.0 , :tn . as
Inn.' and romally prumarn.,-.1 •or lea ••• 11.1, lie
, •ki.t,•,) Fekh'i Primary T • 14. rrath sit
mu
V. IhLti
Jr.,, Q Fjj,d' t M./ern - t
i. .tr
I.ut eitelltirrely
• •It:ort d ritch's A aso.r.s...un ~ h t.; ik og r ol oy—T o
American
ANIL The pati, Anil maps of title I.ook Are inrgor than
.Ainertono have et, unoti.
11.01 sr- Pitch's (Salines of l'hytul tirtvraphys—Tben book.
t o t,
o tif f l o t.: Tory few moatlta ❑nlehed .
t t In
o µ , r . e s a h, t dem and
~of
thousand copie,. Beth it and the Modern School 1ie...0-RO"
ran be ituntotinaolv obtained of the pnblieliors. Mr.oirii
01/I.TON A 00.. 172 hen Lark. tiEll
I'. NIA XSON, thuit Agent. at City liltgburgh.
of Meters TIMM PS4 , 1 , 4 A I'ArtERSON. II bring. Vir A
ILn .lisconnt to thy trade
Maps ! Maps ! Maps !
31ap of tho World o ore toot
$lO.
Coltoree Maps of the L ,tat,s sari Catl.illB
runny 34+ stmaro feot Prw... ILt
e.olton'n Nlep of the Call,l States and Nlexh nue I:4: I.)
melee. Priv, $l3.
l'..ltnn's Map of Europ.! air [As b) 14 oo Prke..l..
Mel n lacge variety of l'olt.e/ . s sutultel )line. Im helm,
Pot 'let Map* for 38
All 'an NI MlPplied 1, 11
OF, is MA XSON.
1 . 11) Po [Attu 1 . . i
. -
• NeialeP 'With tuy eye w, with illy faith will I trifle."
IMPORTANT TO THOSE AFFLICTED
wITIL BAD tillaiT.—Persiinii +tittering from Bail Sight.
arising from tuiptured ywinn, conntitutiunid age.
other att.., would upon Dr. kAn A Ir.
PRACTICAL OPTICIAN. where they may rely mein gettlni;
Spertaclus eidentifically adapted to the .11. i+T WANT: 4 tip
TIIE ErE. Addrenis, 2tl Fifth en , q..,ppoilte A A Min+on +.
Pit t:iburgli.
S.—Teleneopes. Nllcruscopee. 'clieruhenetere, end e‘et
article appertaining to the I Pplielait trade. kept and :epturrel
en the peentltt,s.
iti,rted In old Frame,
Ira). An) article not approvod lainge,l fr,e iii ex
NUTII,E—The partnership hereh,fore exist
mg between Jocob Ifoxt , tter, D ll,.tettet and li. 15.
,mith, under the firm of 140: , TE1TER, iltlTtl d sca.
.liNsolTed on the '29th day of N..vetuber loot , I.) tbe entice
purchase of the interext of I) Ihettetter by Jacob Hustetter
Tho bmiinese will be conducted aA beretoC,re. under Itto
name of HOSTETTER & SMITH
LAW BOOKS.—I am authorized to sell low
flume valotalo Law Bo:Ai.
10 vole. Pa.. Ilports, by Barr
Bouvier's Institutes
Oteentiers Evidence;
Wharton's Digest, last
And other Reports, Elementary Woiks,
GEO. F. OILLMORE,
8021 at the office of Morning root.
WOOL -The highest market price in cash
paid SPRINGER 11 - AREAL:GIL
decS No. 3115 Litany street.
Jy APPLES-30 bs prime in store and
or sale by [des] SPRINGER LIAREA UGH.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR-3000 lbs. in store
and for sale by [decEl SPRINGER HARBAUGII.
B OYS, ot t O a K s p I e l n ' d ( ij p l at . i tj f A R I T N I ,7 L_ I 9 ' and ER E
STRAPS BT.
for 50 ienta, all in good order. at
docS BOWN h TETLEY'S, 150 Wood street.
RILES---60 Dry and 55 Green Hides just
II received; for sale by
ctec B SPRINGER LIARBATIOII.
jaiNBULL'S EYE BOTTLES—A have
jag received a large supply or these celebrated Bottles.
All of Turnbull's prepanitiona can always be had at my
store. JOS ILEMINU,
comer Market and Diamond.
At !lei •o•uee. in Louisville. Ey.. im the 12th instant.
at Iht. tg. 0f44 r. at-,, Colonel WILLIAM RIDDLE, fourth
son of the lute James Riddle. of Pittsburgh. and brother of
the tYlitcrr of the Commercial Journal.
• •
OBSERVATIONS TaF. EAST"-
REV. HH—DrRIHN, of Philadellibla, will deliver his
Third Lecture before the Young Nlens Christian Associa
tion. on FRIDAY EVENING. Deceinlor lath 111 LAFAY
ETTE HALL.
SUN Vet —JI.III'SA LEM
From the eminent ability of the Leetnrer and his personal
lobAt lodg , of Oriental lands. moat interesting ••Bible light
from Bible land" can be anticiput&J.
Ti,ketB. 2.5 rents—may ho had at English & Co.'s. Dar . ,
•0n . 4 and Methostnit Bookstore, Pittsburgh; 11. J C.nbraa'n •
Allegheny; and at the door.
I,,tury to oanrizener. at 7 . 14; o'cl,wk
PORN AND (;OB
uto.
N”s 2 and opy,l)
and durable sflll for Ihtir7,•
W. 11 011 d .Stock Feeder 4 rrr
t 3 f•ir attw-lilug the horse:
price. j.lu And po
Le J ANI ES WA RDROP,
Er/PE Ml LIAS---PURE SPICE ,I AND MI - STARD
Nll 1 DIAAIOND.—The purity and fri,ilint-v( of
and Nl.tnr(l Intro won them n great cvlebrity.
I'III up , r/.. t Ih and Tn theta: WhOit ,
((r retail. I.y 1;1, - 14 1
• R. DRAVO.
11101, EFINED WHITE SUGAR at 10 cents per
i."tintl; Double ItMined Crashed and rnlverizell 11c.
Prnn. , too Caflee, 12 . „ 4 rents; Old OoTernment Java. 17 cis::
Mocha, al 1.1110.
WASTED (WITS., frkeih every fem. dayv—warranted
rqual t.. that we retail green. S. JAYNES,
tie.. 14
T"EN A NI) BOYS' WINTER CLOTHINO
A . BRO_ Fifth street, opposite .Ma
hate a large stork of Men and Boys' CLOTIEING
,», 11411,1. comprising some entirely new and elegant styles.
tiwy are prepared t,, furnish at the lowest cash prices.
Also, a largo and ftuihionable stock. of GENTS' FURNISH !MI
001 i?. decl3:dly
S, Heavy . Coatings, 3:c., at Auction.
- }lnlay lunrning, Decetids, 14th, at 10 o'clock, at
tIo Sales R.,1114. cornet Wood and Filth streets,
n II In. t., luxe consignment---
pie . .., twilled and plow 1-4 llln.k (Toths.
.1,, Pilot Cloth.
Wed Serge,
.1- ~,hotel Carol/ries,
oo Canton and Wool Linings;
.1. Irish Linea
doe super whits. Shirts, broad-plait linen b04,7m0
T.. n loch tli. ulteratiOn of the trade it invited.
la 11 P. M. DAVIS.. Auctioneer.
I.\ TAl.(mit•E OF FINE BOokS - - - - - On - Sac
k_ 111 dry ,vastest. Devember commencing at 11‘4 2
s• Iss k. a it] las odd Ist Catalogue. at the l'ontinerousl Salsa
Hoorn- ion of Fme 130.4,. 111 different departmentx
of literature Among thorn will or fountl—Mrs. 11011M111
I .41111.1 lcs • llerant, of Illsitory, plates: Montague's
\ • it srks s•f list, Langston; NI/oton on the Prophe
• •s•-• • s full 1(. !notional ' of Art„an.) SCWIIOI.II. Humane.. of
\'„I:11 , fielainos ..f Ancient Rowan,
-•• • • Popular Ueluu t ,ns, L vole. IVorks of
NI,-isNW 11. ~1• . Lardea• Ito lofts of Napoleon. fain
plats- • and lot so (loan Poet, sofa_ %Valid sit Art
sod Dratoara Wa•• km of 800 Johns.,
of the Fronds Iterolutfou, sobs.. •lallorN of S, rusture
1:1,.1, 41) plates.
10 1 11 par 110 OA, • •• kataloguoa. What, con 1.- had at Ills
sots - I' 11A I IS.
Asirtioneer
Iz j r \ BRIDLE--NVe have lt
a very co
jJ 5' realdenco for attl e, situate a ' lsout than. tisinutes•
u. fl . .1/1 the P.ndr , asl Station at Beaver Bridge The 1,..1
14 : /1% , 11: 1.3 110 sleep. The 11.111.2 .I.ltBll/5 SIX rsa•nas •
in a s art order • has a la,rtitas in front. suns) porch In the rear
A a el• sr Pus - silent garden. (rust trees. !re Prire.
Fl ies Terms , Ll-3 . 11l he xellaugtl for an Alleghens
I'..110•1 It.s•••1 s eI.,TIII3F.RT A SON.
I•. it :g1 Market stroel
II till HALL raised it hreeze ; Rose ('lark
s - rents Ilurre•aro
ossa Lasts. Clark. - a roasts . pris-e.
II NIINEit s'ir.
Snlithfis.l.l stra,
lIIIIMI
1;=OMIIIIII
IBE!,Z=IIIIIIIII
4.,ci I Fr
L. ,
I r nar•
14
F' "'•
-In acres of go o d Land. ill
frrrrn thy. r•rtl. Sall . Mill limn. :20 nr rt, rur
r• I wr4ll n 411 - 7 r rntr- I 4 tr•nro Sant MIIL Frutrre flour-. Stn-
.1. 'fin•
IC I
ILI. fit :; rreshß h Rutter
.1, 1.1 IIit:SRV II C 01.1.1
I A.
) 11
,1.t4111,1.1.,,,,titn
1n.,... d.' A
-I t.t.t.dt, tklitssrlA
d,14
t 1. N 1.154 A 7 CO. have opened upwards
nod package..l Dry 000114. of every d•-
•idtttlt t. 1.-11 vs .1 tt- ,, t1-1 At t,it 111 than mutt)
11.'14
1,) It I NES -106 hxs Prum”4. iu fatury tuxes
"II tarp-. 1/1 1,11111 ) 14.1 re
11F \ \I FR 14:11,:i
•
iill'\-5 Hi drum, NOW Pik'
t•t r, • :%. r -1.%
.1. II RI.I AN DERs4).\
j 1 .‘ - I,xs •-s•I•:1 Raisins, f.,r onok
x-k• , unJ I e ..tra tiro enrrantl: jus
r. k loot .atir 1.1 REV kIER A ANDERSON
14,1 1. .‘ it I{.N SHELIA-At-- Persons in nets
t ouralOo 11l rvlint,t, machine, all and e 1.1.111111
slo•lo-r 111 Ihu Agrarultnral Hall. 4.
in, d0..1 4 a _l'. A M IV ARDROP
ry;,,1 , F.1.1.F:1; ( - I.l'TE:its—The most sirn
and durt4l4. Frail., Markin.. known
I r 1000 l .o ran4ed .IA 11 h.` , 11' Ait DROP
J. 14
and San:Q.44v Sniffers.
fluttiltee. mill large. eull.attle for
to t• I tr WARDROP.
t N N A Net.: antlic,rizing an itteretig,
..„ - "1 at :1. , t tgetal k Pitit.kirgh lit. Comp.,
1 , lit 1. - a, OW 111 C.'S., Lilptli.tl GUI In the l im it, of
I' 1 , 1 , 11r1.h 3.0 grra: Zl. 1110! rato..lty of the 1/.
11 11.11 a.ltu.t of t het. •cipplywk. mluile the toil - eat... ot
tea, Matms demandm a cur,.
p. II !.. , /I rh. weans pro.ltzettlon. Waal mill re.
e Itt of tow:, , rltl,ll etan tt,tl tAlotllill4.ll
h. ~ 1 t'apitei ,toek of wel Ii:LY
A
r. .h• Om I ...cu., ••1 ti Act I:lrv:l...rling
vi,pa•lv. npl.r ,ved Nth .111vreiv. the Ll•vpaal
1. .4 •ut , 131141)" mav lie to the stun of
Thr• , . 11111.4 , 1 Th. , l1 (i
NAII•i IAaArA, I.v thv decish•li ‘ , l t/”.
• L11. , 1,1e1-. the c,..tvvetit of the jele/r1 :11,4 Om,
n. ! I',.unctl• .4 the Flnshorgh be wevlnt.ly ob
therl"iire. It. II et - dame-I and enacted by tire 3lityi.r.
rai• a and ..r l'itridior t ili in Sad, t 1:i/turn,u
dr a—Timid...l. mid it is hari-63 erilanted and ratitr - ted
Te tettleintr .if the aunt, , . That the eard C‘innalla Iterybt
L. Lire Their ,- . , 11 , •#.01 and :4:rtina-ht. that the anal tlaa Com
paq, MI" Iramina- the Capital eatiii eiituiirtny ti
Three Hundred Theaeand Iklllara. by the i'reartral
J.,, Illtle. 1,. Tin, a. Ile- at siaid 0,111111.1 n
1. , It, 1 , 11 , Thollualni Stuart of Staath
tilt.. -.1 Fin tell r. el1;1. 141411 ! . .t ,, Lk b, imbed in
it drafty a itil Obi find Tirbitts of sad Art Intaiirporat Ton.
ii.. eitieent of The i -l itie - blioltlers in nail Company ha,lng
l..-- I - pr., L.u.lc to stink jail.- of Stk. - bias T 3 furthel
ta in .nut Act nt I twerteiration
TIT letniel and iiniu tie! Int, a law in Caduti.de. this. the loth
lb . - i-rnber. A It 1 0 5TIANICEI. A I.TiNG.
i•I ,Alll,ll
AI!,
-T - 1, t:.intaidu
J A NIE ft . Al: LEY.
Pro.i..nt C,,tmell
1,),T,
..1
ilecll,l3(
t N lit DINA NUE clalliging the place of
h,.if,a g the ttriu-rtal anti etty Electi,nr in tbf • l'hirti
N not
t ion I in , It enacted by Ahlermen nod eiti
• '.• 1.44+4,,,01 a...owtn
1••1. That from /illl.l Mile! i .43 , of H.: t.rviinano, thr
11..1.Ung . rot, ll.' Th , tl
•/tall 1.. at 1110 h (leant
II Phi„
11111. h n ,r
s• sits: ,Fr .01ppltssi by the pastsitgs ,f this ttrdittriwits,
Is• sr t .! ths W hrnt ,r rspetilrel
itwipsl and onacts.l Int, a Into lu Conucils this tho 10th
, 111 , ,twitts.tr. A I) ISS:t SAMUEL A. I.I)NU.
Proshltwit .1 Common Council
Att.-Kt 't LENTIA..
k (24,trinioniin,11
T %Vilirry.;
le, L of S,-hot
N - FREsti (ESTERS!!!—,Just re
a lot of superior SIIEI.L OYS
TERS Ala, prime ilystern fur funny use, by
tio• genet, half gallon, gallon. ur CYk)EED in f 4 t...
01,1 Ntll,•. and sent to resivlenees. Lv
lo BEALE, 313 Dlarmond Alley .
TT
I L i l .a. l\ n ' d ,
‘ L vb, A , N ,,,, J) ,,,,, ,t i N . u ur, R d L
Es
. Property
,ugh and sold; also, Shipping Agent for tfil‘ Black Star
Line of Packets from Liverpool. Drafts on the Banta of
Engbool. Ireland and Scotland. (Mice, No. I Jones Build
ing. entrance an Sixth street. DUBUQUE., Town. kleclkly
II ill it ISTM AS Pit E.sENTS. at sIIAIN - S Set,rx-
M
k rtv 4102450
RE. 'lB Fifth street. opposite Mason s.
- Ilegr Lanterns. Pol3oramas, !ilieroscoperi. and every art,-
n the t: ads .
asp - iloods led approved, 00. hanged free of expense.
NI 11u‘er11'i.:? , --I'lus new and beautiful style of pietures
an now f.O had at I-101 , 0 IFS Datil.' EftfilAN ROOMS.
put lip ,o tier double or single ti. S
. lIIICUIh
decl.t f.. 4 Fourth, street, (late !lough & Anthony,
- TEA I)RINKERS- PrRE AND
TEAS—Young }Tyson, Imperial, Extra Oolong, Flue
d.,.. English Breakfast. and the delicately thrvor,i Moy tine.
These Tea. , I will sell as moderate as any establishment iii
nod warrant them equally an good.
F K. DRA SO, No.l Inanioud.
-10 I)oxes Wood's Starch, lie sale
dee!, j SMITH, NI AIRS HUNTER.
7V0 7 11( 'E is hereto, given to all persons in
.l, terested. that Letters of Adirimietratnin upon the
Estate of CII.I.ItLES SILBERHUIty, late of Pitt township,
Allegheny , ounty, deceased, have been granted to the un
dersigned. Alljersons indebted to said decedent will make
pa)ment. and those haring claims against the same will
present them. dilly authenticated, to us for settlement.
JOHN HARRISON. Pitt Township,
U LISTA VE THCM.It , 1119 Penns. Avenue,
Adm'rs of Chas. Siltavrhorri, dec'il.
JACOB lIOSTETTEK
0 W. SMITH.
dec.t.wtit•
TEN YEARS among the Nrail Bags, or
!Cott. from the Diary of a Special Agent of tho Poet
Mee Department, by .1. Holbrook; with Itlustrations by
Dar ley
Henrietta Robinson. by D. Wilson; 7,,,c
Bean of Mabel Ware--a romance
The Widow Rodott Papers;
Crotchets and Quavers, by Max Maretzek :
The ths , rtrded Daughter, by Mrs. Souiliworth •
Tivarino—Oeurge Sand;
Modern Pilgrims, 2 nob; $1.72;
Yxtelle Grant, or the Last Wife;
The Forayer,i, by Simms;
7 Spnitualism Scientifically Demonstrated, by Prof. Hare;
Just received at W. A. (lII,DENPENNEV & Co.'S,
declh Fifth at., opposite the Theatre.
RIC(' LT URAL NOTICE.—The Annual
meeting of the members of the Allegheny County Ag
ricultiirtil Society, for tho election of a Board of Managers to
serve for the ensuing year, will be held at the Court House,
on the FIRST W ELN &WA Y of January, at 10 o'clock A 51-.
nov3e*w3t(chß) 0. B. 811111.A.5.
A FUL DISCLOSURES, by Maria Monk,
pf the Hotel Dieu Nunnery, of Montreal; containing,
many incidents never before published. New edition.
For sale by
T. C. MOROAN,
decti No. 104 Wood at
yqu can be thoughly suited with Anibro
types or Daguerreo ro
types, at Calloo'.9. 76 Fourth et ,
opkoa4n k Co 'a. Seca
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OF TFFE
PITTSBURGH PRICE-CURRENT.
The'Pittsbj4 , Price-Cirrenf:will tieirnlilished weekly, of
is ine, gi - per enntinti; payable in admire; and will be
I tl th ecottni to thetommeretal,.fttrinfacturing and Mining in
;:tereisti: tif our City, County atitt State to all general
intelligence relating misuch sitbjectat mother large cities
kitsch pnpera are considered useful and deittia .- 610, and are well
supported. We trwit it will be to revere ivied in this linty and
prOsf.roll9 communit y.
Business cards of five lines will be inserted for one year
0 ()a
Advertisements of one square, (ten finea,) change
able If. U 0
Business notices, ten cents per line.
It commences with new type, on good paper; and we shall
aim hp seen, for It a large rtrcuhition 14'01 the towns, ril-
Lagos and cities having fatalness relations with Pittsburgh.
DELAWARE MUTUAL - SAFETY -MSC
RANCE COMPANY—Soutlsonst,sorner of Third and
Walnut streets, PIIILADEILPHIA.
The following statement of the affairs of the Company Is
published In ctinformity with a provision of its charter:— '
Premium. received from Nov. 1, 1854, to Oct. 31, 1855.
On Marine and Inland Risks 5328,729 03
On Fire Itisks 111,463 49
Premiums on Policies not marked off, Nov. 1, '54, 287,170 13
Premiums marked off from lot November, 1854,
to October 31, 1855:
On Marine and Inland Risks . $321,310 10
On Fire Risks 168.266 74
Interest, kr.. received during dame period 10,659 73
Losses, Expanses, Sc., during the year, as above:
Marine and Inland Navigation lireies jr,284,263 19
Fire losses 70,004 Oh
Return Premiums, Re-insurance, and Agency
charges ... 93,634 66
Profit and Loss, Interest on Guarantee Notes, De
preciation on Stocks, Sc 42,988 18
Expenses, Rent, Salaries, Stationery, Le 15,271 40
The Assets of the Company are aa follows:
Bonds and slortgakuis, and Real F.tatir 5101,920 94
Philadelphia City Six per cent. Loan , 50,150 00
$15,000 Philadelphia, Minx and Baltimore Rail
road Slx per cent. Loan 12,750 00
319,00.1 Camden and Amboy Rik Six per cent do 15,010 00
$lOOOO do do Flee do 7,300 00
100 shares Pennsylvania Railroad Company..... 4,300 00
100 du North Pennsylvania do 3,400 00
33 du Cape Ilenlopen Steamboat do 825 00
do Philadelphia and Havre de Grare
Swam Tow Boat Company 500 00
do Philadelphia and Savannah Steam
Navigation Company 500 00
2 do Philadelphia Exchange Company 120 00
S.-rip and stack - of sundry Insurance Companies... 14.415 10
Bills receivable 180,440 97
.
Cash on hand 26,525 09
Balance doe at Agencies. Premiums On Marine
Policies recently homed, and other debt, due
the Company 93.889 96
Suberript ion Notes. . 100,000 no
=EI
Total amount of A..ts
Soviaturn 6, 1066.
The Boaid of thructors hare this day declared a dividend of
SI PER GENT. in E.T.A on the L.ltpital Stock, and STX PER
CENT. en the Scrip the Comietny, pa able Du and after the
Ist prrM itno.
DIRECTORS.
William Martin, Spencer NEllvain,
Joseph Ii Seal, Charles Kelly,
Edmund A. Souder. Samuel E. Stokes.
John C. Davis. Henry Sloan,
Robert Burton, James Tr unit,
R. Permian. Eyre,
ti.rge G. Lelper, Joshua L Price,
' , Alward Darlington. • James Tennent.
IL Jones Br,s,ke, James B. McFarland.
.1 G. Johnson. Wm. C. Ludwig.
James C. Hand, Charles Schaffer,
Theo!,talus Paulding. J. T. Logan, Pittsburgh.
Dr. It. M. Huston. D. T. Morgan,
Hugh Craig, John B. S*4uple,
WILLIAM MARTIN, Pre,ddent.
THOS. C. HAND, VICP Preshlent.
JOREPTI W Cowan, Secretary.
P. A. MADEIRA, Agent,
dcs•lll No. 95 Water street. Pittsburgh.
r PItOPRIETORS OF HIBPiTIO N
O
AND KEEPERS OF it wrACRANT--Flor sale, a fe%
choice FEMALE FIGURE'S, similar to the " Malel of Et,..ait
ty. • at Geo. Schneek's Tontine Saturn. Third street. Au)
would form an attractive umbelliAment to a publa:
sateen. Also, a complete set of DISSOLVING VIEWS,
originally belonging to, and shown by Signor Donetti, of Ow
Dog and Monkey Troupe. Also, a set of S fER EOSCO PIC'
SL IDES AND A/ - P:4 RA PR. of Figures, Views, Ac.
The whole will sold cheap, and are well ailculated to
torte a highly profitable and attractive axhibitiou. Apply
between the hours of IU and 5 o'clock, ad the City Hall.
decll3t IL ILVNINUTQN.
\VA N'PE D— A situation by n young man
y illutig to mak, himself generally useful.
Would prehor one where ht• could have time to study.,
Wag,, not much .111 .•bject. Address D. F. D," at this
steel I.:21
OPERA MUSlc—
&that a 111 France—•• La fills du Regiment. • '
List what I say, d..
Child of the Regiment. at.
WO now must part.
Then you'll reniettil,, u.r--••
I &refill that I dwelt In ittlxbd. halls, do
heart hod down,
Sousa that are brightest-- NlaritahA "
- Tei the harp in the Jur, do
M c Courage now regattorig do
/. happy' momont , ..,
It was it knight. do
Ntint W inother, guide hid Godatepa, do
There da a flower that bloonieth. do
Al.' those chimes so sweet!), do
, ills . whisper ,that thou fevle?“ —•• Crown Jeweld.'•
In a merry 2.lrigare, do
A 1•.., arrangements for rho Piano "r the Nrorttr airs from
at, avra, Ly popilliti c..utp,Lers. Mot eats at the
titod4 Store of JOHN IL MELLOR,
devil bi Wood street.
ROLL B TT bbls prime for sale by
.14,11 HENRY H. COLLINS..
BRANS -75 bushels for sale be
dell H. COLLINS.
CI.E
lESE—sOO boxes large Cutting;
100 E. D. - for sale by
droll HENRY H. COLLINS.
el ill MN EY TOPS 300 Gothic Chimney
ineltuling eight different patterns, for sale by
4,2.711 HENRY H. COLLINS.
V' C. TAR-50 bids N C. 'Tr, large bids, fur Kile Lon eon
tegument by [decil j ATWELL, LEE & CO.
AILS-100 Legs, Lusuried stars, in store and fur sale by
&tell ATWELL, LEE & CO.
TURN BROOMS-7f, 'levee receiving on consignment, for
sale by [deel 1 l ATWELL. LEE & CO.
_BLACK ALPACA:--A..1. MASON .4 CO. have just..opened
opwanls of 100 piers of Black Alpacas, of every gnule,
decl I
INFIX HOODS—A. A. MASON & CO. have received ano-
I .4 ilk, large assortment of Linen Goods, comprising tine
-4 mei Table Damasks and Cloths, Napkins, Iluckaback
and Bordered Toweling., Ac. Also, a large lot of every grade
1 Irish Linens. deal
TN YEARS among the Mail Bagg, or
Notes from the Diary of a Special Agent of the Post
i Mice N.partinent: illustrated_
Henrietta Robinson; by D.
The Heart of Mabel Ware—a romance.
The Forayers, or the Raid of the Dog-days: by W. Oilruore
siena, E.g.
Professor HIM', great Work-, 1 volume, 460 pagei, with
illuntratiorm
The Widow Itedntt Papers. Illustrated.
Cultisator Altnnno.• n,r
ootelket., and Quavers; by Max Maretzek
(ALsie—a story of Republican Equality.
A largo assortment of now Juveniles received.
11111 Books, Annuals, Prayer Bunks, Bibles, Lc. Se. for the
lutidays.
slibrwriptiona reorired for any magazine or periodical pub
lished In tho country, at a Liberal dinoxant from publisherie
prices.
Putmun's, Oodt.,)'s, Graham's, and all other ;2
magazines supplied at j 2.50, (me of postage.
der l 0 H. MINER& CO, 32 Smithfirld
PEKIN TEA STORE,
NO. 3S FIFTH STREET.
All qualitie4 Orem] and Black Teas put up iu janitor
pound inermli.. packages, express/y for Retail tirmans, and
1.0,,,,rated to ptw
re saaceion. idec7l S. JAYNES.
T' 3 , IE,IIANics AND ISIA.NCFACTURERS.—
A Machine Shop, Foundry, Blacksmith Shop, and all
the neeessary 'Fools for carrying on the manufacture of Ag
ricultural Implements or Rail Road Cars extensively, err
offered for sale on liccouttnodating terms. The establishment
is situated in LI flourishing town not far from the city, and
has great facilities for the unumfacture of Railroad Cara.
large orders' for which will be Lauded to the purchaser. All
the machinery is in running order. The only reason for
"'Ring Is that the proprietor is about to engage in other
business. To a practical man of small capital this ion rare
opportunity to engage in a safe and profitable business.
Immediate possession mul be had.
der9 S. curiiHRIIT tr SON, 53 Market
DELAINES AND CASHMERES.—A. A.
MASON & CO. have received five more new cases of
Printed Cashmeres and De Lainea comprising some entirely
new and elegant idyl.. Also, a large lot of allAVool and
Persian Delaines, in all the most fashionable colors. kleeS
1)11 LEAD-11u Pigs Soft Galena Lead, to
j 1 nn its pot steamer Buckeye State; for sale by
dors
.1. W. BUTLER S. CO.
110CTSES!—We have numerous
applications for good Dwelling Houses to let; but hay
ins :anted all that we had. are unable to supply the demand.
Ure nom of a scant houses will Dud It to their interest to give
IN a oull. tiur charges are moderate.
8. CUTHBERT & SON, 53 Market St.
NEW PEA NUTS-10 sacks, first of the
season. this day received and fur sale by
docl ANDERSON, 39 Wood at.
WATCHES AN!) JEWELRY at reduced
pricey, at
ROBERTS Sr. ORO'S. No. 41 Fifth street,
Who will dispose of any article In their variety at prises
lower than the same articles can lie bought for elsewhere in
the city, within fifteen days. They have "marked down"
their stock, In order to make place for a new and line arks ,
Lit., purchased with an eye to the holidays, and holiday re
membrances, by the senior partner, who Is at present in the
East hr that purpose
eta stake our veracity open the assertion that we will eel!
FIFTEEN PER CENT. LOWER than former prices. Thus,
who desire any article In this way will please call.
dec I 0 ROBERTS & BRO.
RIU COFFEE---325 hap fair to prime Rio
xt, Coffee. receiving and in Brute, fur sale by
Lieclo ATWELL, LEE & CO.
NE IV RICE-10 tierces new Rice just rec'd
and for Bale by (dedoj ATWELL, LEE & co.
CCODFISH--.s tierces extra just reed and for
Bale by ( ilec10) A _ - ELL, LEE & CO.
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TIES'I'N li TS-2 bbls in store and for sale
Cby '&4,101 ATWELL, LEE & CO.
SEED-2ThOTY bags prime for sale by
declo ATWELL, LEE & CO.
ifERRING-50 boxes Scaled Herring for
. sale by blee4) MILLER & RIME ON.
Burr ER - 3 bbls prime Ron Butter for sale
by f de04.1 MILLER & RICKETSON.
OlL — Sperm, Winter Bleached, Tanners'.
No. 1 Lard Oil, in store And for sale by
tiel,l MILLER & RICK ETSOIN.
SCOTCH ALE-6 casks Scotch Ale landing
and for mle by idec4J MILLER & ItICKETSOS.
_ _—
T — .
ACCO-120 boxes ss, 8s and 1 lb. lump,
Twist, "Grant's," "Russell & Robinson," El Doraio,
" Yankee D.:elle," and other favorite brands, in store and
for sale by (dee4] MILER & RICKETSON.
WTS; DOW GLASS
-100 boxes 8x.10;
00 boxes 10x12;
30 boxes 10x14; for sale by
dec3 SMITE, MARL ti MINTER.
• NOES—A large assortment or tine Sponges roadved by
deal JOS. FLEMINO.
BMIMI:MT-61 socks for easicLl7
nov2o SWIM IL COLLINS.
EitA
SPCTLS
$617,348 06
EMell
IE9
A. A. CARRIER 9 9, CAltniEß.
A. A. c o tvunwre 0110 4 ,
Corner Fourth and Smithfield streets, Pittsburgh,
AGENTB
State Mutual Fire and MartnaJneturance
nt YIARRE9BIIII.O. CAPITAL, 19330,0000!
Girard Fire and Marine InoturanceCo., of
PHILADELPHIA..
inattrance Co. of the Valley of Virginia,
WINCHESTER. VA. CAPITAL, 19300,000.
cOmmonsveatt h 'lnsurance Company, BAR.
RIBIWRU. 1,1P17.11, $300,000.
.- -
Connecticut Mittgal Life Insurance Coq
HARTFORD. c.A.NTAL ASSity, 192,14 . 14489.
Pennsylvania inuttrunco Co., brPlTTSVllitdib ..
PiTAL AND ASSETS. Nov. 5,1855. 5129,02%.49
Wu. Y. oulorrox. President A. A. CArttri l / 4 Elecref44.
decl4:dApety
NUNNS Sit
STOCK.—H. KLEBER & 8110. have
now on the Way, and partly received, a
complete and choke stock of PIANOS from
the Factory of NUNNS & CLARK, N. York.
They are provided with all tho late and Important ItliproPe-,
moots which distinguish Nunn & Clark's Pianos above all.
others, viz: the Overstrings, Felt-covered Lammers, Prellick7
Grand Action, etc. Every Plano is fully warraratd,'with
the privilege to tho purchaser of returning the satne
proves in any way defective.
Testimonial from JL STILUCOSII, the unrivalled Planistie- 7
ClioaL•Mill, November 19,1856.'
Hessrx. H. kkber d' Bro., Pittsburgh--Hentlemen:
me to thank you most sincerely for the magnificent:Grand '
Piano, of Messrs. onus A Clark's ufacture, wialckypti,
have been so kind as to luau me for e. Tereta ParodriF t
concerts in your city. This superb instrument born) *Vans
very limit ever made in America; and for sweetnnis And
power of tone. as well as solidity of constructioti, , leaves
nothing -to he desired. I really congratulate itA future °lnt=
er, who shall be so happy as to possess One of the .
works Of American industry. With hittirty wlsbea.frP,
happiness, etc. Your obedleit servant; -
31 AlTRICH•STBAECO.SEL '
tt Sole agony for Non. 3: Clark's unrivalled lianas el
U.K LEBER & BRO.'S, No. 53 Fifth street,. sign pt
Golden Harp.
-nliT2B
_J. a.
T. MAY 'PrEitCL •
ROUE AG EN C The subscribers have
_L - 11 , eatablished a Book 'Agency
ornish any book or publication, at the retail free of
postage.- Any perrains,'by forwarding the wobseriPtion price
of any of the Si 'Magazines, such as Ilarpent, Godey'rh Puts
new' s, Orahanes, Frank Le„ he's Fashions, Lc, will OrWelTo
the magazines for one year and &splendid lithograph poetngt 2
of either Washitikt“u, Jackson or Clay; or, If stdiscribin
a ,1.2 and a $1 Magnrine, they will receive a c o py or eitheret
the three portraits. If subscribing to $6 worth of Magazine,
all three portraits will be sent gratis. Music fusuishect
those who may wish it.
Envelopes of every description and airs in large or sue,_
quantities furnished. Seal Presses. Dies, Le sent to order.
Every description of Engraving on Wood ' executed With'
neatness and despatch. Views of Buildings, Newspaper,
Headings, Views of Machinery, Book lihistratiorisAodiav
Certificates. Uniform Cords, Lc. All orders sent by. mai!)
promptly attended to. Persons wishing TidWß of their littraE. :
logs engraved, can send a daguerreotype or sketch of Atai.,
budding by mail or express.
Persons at a distance having saleable articles would find it
to their advantage to address the subscribers, es wo would .
art as agents for the sale of the came.
BYRAM & prEnd:
Third street, Philudelphis.
MEMO
1. F. BROTT e. CUILTLS
BROTT & CURT IS, Dealers in Real Estate, ~
j sr. Anthony Falls, Minnesota Territory. Land bought ?!
ami sold throughout the Territory. Money loaned, Invest , '
merits made to the best advantage, and Land Warrants loca
ted. ALso, Agents fur the sale of Lots In the townof St,
CLOUD, 6b miles from St. Anthony, and head of tincfgation
,hove the Fulls. The survey of the great Pacific Railroad
eresses the Mississippi at this point, and the numerims
ad
vantages it possesses as a place of business, will make it one!,
, the largest it les in the Northwest,
REINRENCES
Es Governor Ramsey. Minnesota.
lion. Wen. ff. Welsh. Chief Justice of Minnesota.
lion. J. Nl,eker.
lion. If. M. Rice, Delegate to Congress.
Rice, & Decker. Attorneys at Lao..
Messrs. Ent-up A. lake. Bankers.
Rev. T. M. Fullerton. Register of U. S. Land Office:
oelrhi
L}X
A N DER W. FO ST ER, Attorney unit
_1 Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor lu Cbaneery,. iigent.t
:or procuring Bounty Lands and Pensions, and for the Col ,
halloo of Claim., in Ort•at Britian and Ireland.
Arai- Collections made in thL. and adjoining Countlea; '
tats of davedents settled; Real Ilatate bought, aold•or
and rents collirted. Moneys Invested on Mortgaga
or other sermity. Titles examined and title patient drawn,.
Offire, OD FOURTH street, a few doors above Smithfield.
Pittsliurr,ll Much ftS, 1555---(nalgailida w •
AW. FOSTER, Notary Public; and Com
• tnimilonor for the States of Tenncs4ee, New Motif,-
emmtioa, Wisconsin. Now lurk, Michigan, loWai
Cahfornix and Virginia.
Leeds drawn, and oa , knowledmente and prcuirl taken
Ir record or use in any of the above mimed State& illinufe,
MiLsivelppl and Rhode Inland.
Mil=Cl=l
AUCTION SALES
LARIMER'S BANKING HOUSE •
k_A AT AUCTION—On Thursday evening, Becomber.M,
et 7 at the 3.lerelencts* Exchange. Fourth street, trill
he sold, by order of Thomas Mellon., ksq, Assignee-.,That'
al cable property 01l FOElrtil Strekt, adjoining the Bank of
teburgli; the lot being 2'2 feot 6 inches front on Fourth
•;toet. eareilding Iwck 65 feet St/. iuchco; on which iserect
ed 1;
e superior three-story, stone Trout, brick Banklng'ffomso
and Dwelling. finely finished.
Terma—lam-fourili cash ; remainder in eqtal petythents, at
wtdve and eight..., months. with interest.
deck) I'. M. DAVIS, Anettpneiy.
~.,:, ALE. ul? NORTH AMERICAN MINING CO. ETOCK-j4ik
il. Thursday evening, December 13, at. 7 o'clock,Ut the Merl : •
hants' Exchange Rooms, Fourth street, Pittsburghi will-1:4 ,-
sold. Lir account of whom It may concern---00 shares Nprt4 1
American Mining Company Stock. . •
ner29. P. M. DATIN, 4inctiooer.
EXCELSIOR. COR N-SRRLL li.
AND SEPARATOR.
THE IFONDER OF THE Tn.=
J. P. Smith's Patent, February 27, 1453.
rpillS most admirable and complete hand or Power OORNe
SHELLER has been pronounced by competent Judges,. t•
Farmers, Agriculturists and Illechanica, to be ;the .fintest
and most Template Sheller and Separator ever Invented, I.
wing able shell
A Bushel per Minute " l
It Cu, be worked by hand, with a - small expenditure 41 ,
muscle, and shell and ‘ separate the inns from the cob perfect -4 •
ly clean, without breajdng a particle of either. Every Panxusr '-
should have one.
TO Dam. Ens IN PATENTS AND MANDPACTIIPLPIti
We would say, those who wish to matte a fortune with a
nnall cnaplud should purchase a Eight at once, as they are .i •
rapidly changing hands. A few State and County !tights yet
for sale, and will he given on suds terms as will. neare an 1.
immense profit.
Call at once upon the Agent, No. Smithfield Street,
opposite the Post °like. dell
ARTLEY & FOX'S PATB.NT FAN BLOW .8128,„far
or Foundries, Rotting .31111 s, Smith Fires, dre., fuiteute9l.'
July 17.1855.
Thais FANS are made on an entirely new prine.iple; and. !
will run with less power than any other Fan now in Use: '
The blowing wheel is much lighter and stronger thari that
of any other, and from its peculiar construction Is lees liatile 19
to get out of order. The shafts are made of,gast
1., journals are parallel, running in gun metal bozos.
ATONES F. EATON,
Agent for Maunfrcturers, No. 80 Foarth-atmet, •
(`I 0 U N T R Y PROPERTY FOR .8 Xig•-• — •
X._) BLAKELY .t RICHEY have Mr sale:. , : .., , , . • .. ;
A Farm of 141 nerei in Adams township, Rutter county. 4 ;
A Is., use of 164. i sere, norm Apollo, Armstrong minty.
4.'
A but, one of 254 ricres in rerialllos tp, Allegheny county. ..
Al /do, one of 40 acres in Plum tp.. do . li
AL -0, one of 110 acres in Parton tp., do -
Also, one of 08 norm in Robinson tp., - do
A 1..., one of 75 acres in Plum tp., do
• A 1... 000 of 118 acres in Plum tp., • ,do . " .il. — .
•
Also, one of 110 acre% in Plum tp., do
4 .
Also, a beautiful piece of lend In Pitt township, confab:fin/
16 ai•IVS. within four Miles of Pittsburei. '
Atio. 3 1 4 aereA , with suitable boil lugs for a suburbiri :". ~
reiidenee. in Minenville, within fifteen minutes' walk of the
city. . i
Also, a Farm of 130 octet lii Veruilfies township.
Also, one of 156 acres adjoining the above fat= -
Also, BS) Building Lots at the end of the amen bridgent
Sharpshurg, lying between Sharpsbttrg and'Stetiartatown.,
The above Farms and Lots arc very desirakde, and is,orthy ,
the attention of those desiring such property. Pleaso call ,;
and get one of our Registers, ' ' dec4:disii • , ti
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CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE - 14.4=14r, , .
,4 Rims hare for Tale tho following doslisbln 64 . .
prupvrty, NiZ : .
A Itoine iuni Lot Oil the North Cotruneu, h, AllegtenY nity:
A Lot of Ground on Cureun street, in Itirmingtutm, and. two 11
Dwelling Houses.
A Lot. of Ground on Pennsylvania Agenuo, and seven, t, t
Dwelling Houses.
A well established (lieen.sed) Wholesale Liquor &tab Hat •
went on Liberty street, Fifth Ward; lot 25 by 160 feet deep,,„
with Warehouse, Dwelling House, dr.
A very hue Cottage building on Robinson street, running n
bark to Ann street; lot 27 by 100 feet. ' .e
Foo r Lots of Ground ou Quarry street, 25 by 100 feet. " t-•
II no Lot of Ground on Liberty Street, Fifth Ward •"
One Lot and two Dwelling Hones-, in Lairrencevilla.
Call and get ono dour Registers, with full ilesctiptiout
let' brio tN.
'f A MEETING of the Trustees of the . •
PITTSBURGH IhILLAR SAVINGS INSTITEITICIS;-'
held Dervrah, :id, 1855, at their Bunking nollvs, NO - .1 61 3
Fourth avert, the first semi annual dividend was declared,
at the rate of Six per rent. per annum.
At the game time the following persons were elected a
Committee of Investment. or Directovi 4 for the ensuing ad
months:
Isaac M. Pennock. Alexander Braditip;
John IL 3hoentwrger. N. Grattan lineptry
Henry L Rlngwalt. •
CHAS. A. COLTON, Bec'y and Treasurer.
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ENTS" ItOSIRRY—An assortment of Gents' sttpertor
Vpr Lamlin Wool and other kinds of Hosiery Just : recettred
by tilecl l) A. A. MASON 4
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ENZOIC ACID-200 nausea just rocelv i ed , and for,aide:lo:
JD P (*Ng BROS. ,
uLA x SEED OIL-50.1 gallons just received and for Bale 1 decll FLFAtirNO BROS. •
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NNERS' OIL-100 gallons just received and for sale by. yi
devil rtEmNa'..l3lV.6- .1
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'Era' OIL 10gallons just rt.xeirsii and for sale
(Well PLEIIING
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WHALE 011.-400 gallons Jug roLvirod and for asloty '•'
decll FLEMING BROK
OSE cask Just received and for ealelv,_ , ,
jk s decll rf....EIILNG
LUNI-1500 Ilan jo6t nweivect and for sale by
<tern PLEMINE1:111109
liikkiriiiti'Ali-1000 11A Just received and fain& if.
deal arms. ;
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lUNCIFINTILirEID LYE—A. new snide for =zaftig &rap ,
one pound worth ten of common poteolh; far =de hi
<l,ll neuxsamtos., . .
OIL LEXION-100 Itc. (or sale by
B. A. YAIL , LESTOCK A: CO.,
docll corner IrtrstandWoodstv..
()IL °MIL& NV:4I-30U Ibs for sate by
decll a. A_ FAILS'ES'ipc
I ASTOR OIL-30 bbLi newcrop:fur =ID .
drell B. A. FALLNLESTOCK CO;
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.._, &deem, ... , chencra Puhnucdc ilyiup, SxitiYuu)il i srupor : ,
'll ihi Cherry, AC. A 13 rg” miPPIY' di' the ahure - 't 44 Phil o 4 . -: i •
Cough remedies Just received by JOS. FLlntintiti . .
deal corner Diamond and Market et.: - '
Tootk NO and ilash.Brpa
Lo ee r y largo oasortnaourof above - article tky
drill JOB. IMEMING,
IoICCENTRATEISSIC ACID—I hare ktat receit
ti a Supply of Turnbull's Onlearrtrated PrllVfie Acid; alai,
tupply of all celebrated preparaticras:Eya Bottles, Ac
ti JOB: FLl"drcti.
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