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Maio end Proprietor.
JAB. P. 1341[11
B&W/a Az. MYERS'
BOOK AND JOB OFFICE,
Corner of Fifth and Wood Streets,
THE undersigned having made extensive
additions of the LATEST AND HANDSOMEST STYLES
OP TYPE, and improved Machinery, to the MORNING POST
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LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS,
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cf Posters, 2rograiumes, &c. fur Concerts, Extdbitious ewd
Circuses. BARR & MYERS.
HUFFMAN, M'CUEEftTi & CO.
PRODUCE, FLOUR AND WOOL.
NO. 113 SECOND STF.S.IT, PITTSBURGH, Prune.
Springer !Turban gh, Joseph E. Elder ' St. Louie ;
; Boone Wyle, Philadelphia;
Palmer, " Garret /c Martin,
McCandleee, Means & Co., " Janice, Kent, Santee S. Co. "
H. Childs & Co., " Keene, Sterling & Co., "
Bagaley, Cos,,Tsave & Co., " Yard, Gilmore & Co., "
A. A. Mason & Co., Edward T. Mott, CS
0. W. Smith, ‘N heeling; Weaver & Graham,
J. Wheeler, Banker, Cincinnati
The People's Shoo)Store.
D. S. DIEFFENBA , AIER &CO.,
Cheap (710111 llenlnrn in all k win of Faiillionable
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS,
For Gentlumon, Imdieu, Youths and Children,
No. 17 Flllll Street, near Market,
ocB --PITTSBURGH, PA
PERRIN & JOHNSON,
Proprietors of Childs & Co.'s
Patent Elastic Fire and Water Proof
133 THIRD STREET.
ORDERS fur ROOFI NU promptly and faith
fully exoeuted, and all our work warranted.
:tooling watorial always on hand, :aid for sale, with di
r«tione tut' use. iltl y
DAWE & CLULEY,
Elou•e, Sign and Ornamental Painters
Dealers in White Lead and Zinc Paints.
Aid.), Oils, Varni Puny, Paints, Niiindow
and ()very artick used in On• tradi , inli2o:ly2tl
PLANING MILL, woul , l respectfully inform tho public
twit ho has robe& since the lire, and having enlarged his
establishment, and tilled it with tho rilwest and need ap
proved nutehinery, is now prepared to furnish flooring and
planed boar.:s, scrowl sawint., and rostwin4, doors, cash and
shutt«rK, kiln dried, frames, mauldi box. malting, km.
South Pittsburgh, September 7, 1857. [melt)
G EORGE BLETCHER,
.0P w arI.POE.ARED
GOSSAMER VENTILATING WIG,
ELASTIC BAND TOUPEES,
And overy description of OItNANIENTAL HAIR for Ladle.
5956.76 FOURTEf strmd, betwomi Wood and Market, Pitt
burgh, Pa. oc7:ly
Eerat style ROLES.
Mc OLrll & CO., RA-
131 WOOD STREET,
HAVE just received the
FALL STYLE OF
Gent's Drests Hats;
Gent's Soft Hate;
Boy's Solt Hats;
Boy's Fancy Caps;
Children's fancy Hats;
T..tdles' Riding flats
Joseph Witits'o Ga.rrin.ige Repository.
TOSEPLI now carrying on basis
it puss in his spacious premises, (now lately
enlarged,) on the Pittsburgh and Urrensburg V.«..r 4 : 7
Tanipiko, scar the I.` - ,vo ;file ltuu, between
Pittsburgh and Lawreuqevine, respectfully invites the public
toiuspect his mock of CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, Ice. And he
particularly intm.:, gentlemen
...,,,rauers, that one price
only is made.
Fourteen years' experience in the business enables him to
place before his patrons din 1141110 choice collection of Car•
rlr.ges which, en many years past it has been his particular
department to select, from the various sod most talented
Eastern manufacturers. The 511.14.:C3d of his new system is
complete—the icouonly of his arrangements will supply the
best and most fashionable tuanufacturea ut moderate prices.
Unencumbered by those heavy espouses, which the mama
for decorating houses et business has heaped upon the price
of goods; (owing to large rents, JO;iErli WtLITI will sell,
on ready money only, at ranch lees than the usual prices.
nia.Carriages repaired in the beet manner with detputch
Q.T. CHARLES LIVERY STABLES._
The undersigned has bought the lease
A of the above named Stables, to-
Cy" gether with a portion of the exten
sive stock of Horses and Carriages,
late the property of James Mathews, deceased. In addition
to the stock before mentioned, ho has also added a number of
BINE 'HORSES, BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
which were formerly employed at his Livery Stables in
Third, below Wood street. As he gives his personal atten:
thee to the business, a continuance of the patronage which
he has hitherto received free public is solicited.
St. Charles Livery Stables.
N. B.—A IIEA.RSE and any number of CARRIAGES can
alVrays be procured for Funerals. deal
FOR SALE—A Drug'Store, located in one
of the beet situation 4 iu the city of Pittsburgh, for
either a jobbing, retail or proscription busines4. Purchm
era will find an adrantge of rare arcurr. ore. For Mama.
JOHN HAFT, JR.
NO. 166, corner Sixth and Wood streets,
tion inquire of
Bar tale by
FLANNELS—Red, White, Gray, Green,
Yellow, Plaid, etc. Cheaper than the c3eapebt.
C. HANSUN LOVE,
Formerly Love Brathere,
No. 74 Marti. .true
,PLQUNO,ES AND NEEDLE
ti co LLAt: s.—A largo 1138 ortment, and very
chuup. 0. fiANSON LOVE,
ingt forrouil la3re &Oa, No, TA klarkal dreat.
Once a , In 14'1;4
I a 0
the pitper„) 7.r. 00
notices, 2Z cent,. i%
144 WOOD STI?EET.
I , IWORD 4 CO
HENRY TT. OOLLINS
PUBLISHED DAILY BY JAMES P. BARR, AT THE "POST BUILDINGS," CORNER OF WOOD AND FIFTH STREETS; AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS
WELLS C OVERL Y, Paoprasroß,,
Corner of Markel Street and Market Square,
fIPHIS NEW AND ELEGANT HOTEL,
reot•ndy erected by the Messrs. JONES in Llarrisbur!g,
pa., having been leased for a term of years by the under
signed, he takes this method of calling the attention of his
former patrons, friends, and the traveling community,
Having a front of one hundred and forty five feet on the
principal street of the city, and fifty-two feel front on Mar
ket Square, It cannot fail to prove attractive as well as In
viting to strangers.
The CHAMBERS are of flue Ow, well ventilated, and
lighted with gas—a number with connecting doors--making
them very desirable for families.
The HALLS are warmed throughout by heaters, and
every modern improvement, in fact, has been added, that
may conduce to the safety, comfort and happiness of the
- Visitors may, therefore, rest aasured that the "JONES
HOUSE" has beet, made perf•ct in all ita appointments—
that each wpartment has been placed in charge of RIX&
RIENCED AND COMPETENT PEasoNti—that in every particular
th• system which hue Won adopted by the Proprietor, will
afford to those who nuiy make it their home, as great a de
gree of comfort as may be obtained at any similar establish
ment in the State.
To secure thii desirable result, he has furnished the Public
and Private Parlors, Chambers, Dining Room, &c., with en.
tirely NEW FURNITURE; and also arranged within the
building, a fine ftstinza SALoos, (ASTER SALOON, DIMMING
ROOM, HOT AND COLD BATHS, &a.
The CULINARY DEPARTMENT AND DINING ROOM
will receive the especial attention of the Proprietor, which,
he truete, will be a sufficient guarantee that all tastes will
After returning hie heartfelt thanks to his old friends and
patrons, for the generous patronage eulong extended to him
at the " COVERLT House.," and also to his friends and patrons
at the "cotusnue HOUSE," Cape Island, during the season
of 1855, he respectfully solicits a continuance of it at the
"JONES LIOUSE "
j a 9:
C 01?. PENNA AVENUE 4- THIRD ST.,
WASHINGTON, D. C
SCOT T HOUSE,
Corner Irwin Street and Duquesne Way,
B. I). MARKER,
(Formerly of the "Marker House," Blairsville, Pa.)
HE SCOTT HOUSE IS NOW COM
PLETED AND OPEN FOR GUESTS. It is situated
iu a central part of the city, being convenient 0 all Railroad
Depots and Steamboat Landings.
The House was built in 1856, with all modern Improve
ments, and fitted up in splendid style—the entire Furniture
being new—and will in every respect be a first class HoteL
Fine STABLES are attached to the premises. 1.Je12:5
H. W. KANAGA.
U. S. HOTEL ,
Opposite the Penna. Railroad Depot,
HARRISBURG, PA. lielb
FORMERLY 11. S. HOTEL,
JAMES SHANNON, Proprietor.
rillES HOUSE IS LOCATED ON THE
IL corner of P ~.NN and WASHINGTON Streets, between
the CENTRAL AND WESTERN RAILROAD DEPOTS, and
has undergone a thorough improvement, remodeled and
furnished with new furniture, and ie now the most conve•
nient Hotel in Pittsburgh, for Travelers by Railroad, East
BY ELI YOUNG, FIFTH STREET.
The attention of Merchants
• and others ie directed to this • R
entithlintiment, which has been recently fitted' -
up for the purpone of affording a SUBSVAN-
TiAL EATING.T.BOUSE IN A CENTRAL LOCATION
Country folks attending market are particularly Invited to
call. Everything pertaining to an EATING -SALOON
always Le found, of the freshest the market affords.
Excelsior Restaurant, W s,,, i o )
No, 111 WOOD Strut,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN LAKE AND
Fresh Philadelphia & Baltimore Oyatere,
And WILD CIAALEI, all in their proper aeason.
• S. STEJ.NRUCH,
ap4:dswly] Agent for the Philadelphai Oyster and Fish Go
U l , l ANSION 110 USE, GEORGE AUREN TZ,
,LVA. PROYBUTOa, Nu. 344 Liberty street, just beside the
Passenger Depot of the Pennsylvania Railroad, which makes
it the ino.t convenient house in the city for passengers arri
ving by that road.
The proprietor having, at considerable expense, fitted up,
m excellent style, the MANSION HOUSE, would respect
tally solicit a share of public patronage. There is attached
a splendid STABLE and extensive WAGON YARD, afford
ing ample accommodation to travelers anti teamsters. His
Larder end liar will ho furnished with the best the market
can aflord. febl:y
QT. CLAIR lIOTEL, corner Penn and St.
Clair streets, Pitt:shut gh, Pa.—The undersigned, former.
ly of "Browns Hotel," caving taken tide large and COMELIO
- HOTEL, and having refitted it in magnificent style,
wonld respectfully invite his friends and the traveling public
to give him a call. Assured, with the COLlVollitillGtl of the
souse and his long experience In the business, u giVe
entire satisfaction, sad his charges moderate.
fgb • 32 WM. C. CONNELLY.
A MILLIKEN & CO. have on hand, at
then iixtensive CAIIINET and CHAIR MAN UFAO.
I'WLi,.No. tit withheld street, a large assortment of Fancy
cud Plain Fin ,iture, which they will Hell 15 per cent. lower
than customary rates. Terms, cash only. Ldec27:y
W 0 OD WELL'S FURNITURE: AND
CHAIRS, Wholesale and Retail, embracing every
s yte of Fin niture, in Rosewood, filishogany and ;IValnut,
suitable for Parlors, Chambers and Dining Itoon , H, equal to
i:iy iu New York or Philadelphia, and at lower prices. Every
article made by hand, and warranted. OMM:it-makers sup
plied with any quantity of FURNITURE and CHAIRS, on
reasonable terms. Hotels and Steamboats turuislied at the
shortest Warerooms, Nos. 77 and 79 THIRD street,
ldt taburish, Pa. 0c22
lit'EE'r CIDER.-4 bbls. Sweet Cider, for
sale by JAMES A. FETZER,
de t 4 89 Water street.
CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAII'S GIFTS
4t every description lu the Fancy Dry Gun& line.—
l'ttare cull and ceo them. C. 11ANLION LOVE,
d 025 4 , ,,rurerly LOVE BROTIIERS, 74 Market St.
MUCILAGE—Fur office use, in convenient
(lam, for cub by WA. 0. JOIINSTON It CO.,
110 67 Wood street.
DORT FOLIOS ANL) DESK PADS for sale
k by W 5.1.. G. JOHNSTON & CO.,
d4:9 57 Wood b met.
barre's American and French,
O far sale by H. A. VA Fl NESTOOS k CO.
FINE SILK SPONUE.
Soft Bathing Sponge.
Good Carriage Sponge.
At JOSEPH FLEMING'S,
nurtt Corner Market street and Diamond.
GUM DROPS.--300 lbs. just-received and
for Hale I , y B. L. FALINESTOCK & CO.,
nov3o Corner Wood and Fourth streets.
1111ERMOMETERS—For sale by
w. G. JOIOSTON & CO.,
novl7 Stationers, 67 Wood street
L'RESII LOBSTERS.-1.0 dozen in cane,
for sala by IIEYMER A ANDERSON,
nov24 No. 39 Wood street.
A LUM. -50 barrels for sale by
B. A. FAHNESTOCK .4 CO.,
novlB Corner Wood and First streets.
j'RINGES, for Dress Trimmings.
A handsome assortment at reduced tutus, at
novll LIORNE&. 77 Market street.
R - YE FLOUR.-20 Barrels Rye Flour, just
received, and for sale by
JAMES A. FETZER,
dec7 89 Water street.
DURE OL E OIL,
L At JOSEPH FLEMING'S,
try% Ooru.r Mar atreet and the Diamond
AND CLOSING OUT SALE OF DRY GOODS:
Fine Dress 00043, at very low prices;
SIIAWLS, in great variety, at very low prices;
WOOLEN GOOD', a large stock, at very low prices;
DOMESTIC GOODS, an Jr:memo stock, at very low prices,
At the store of A. A. MASON &
NO. 25 FIRTH STREET,
20 boxes Oranges;
20 do Messina Lemons;
200 drums New Vigo, jut received and for sale by
itEYMER & ANDERSON,
No. 39 Wood street,
jal9 Opposite St. Charles; Hotel,
QTARCII.-300 bas. Rochester Pearl Starch
10 for Er Llo by ['al9] lIENRY 11. COLLINS.
DOUBLE MEDIUM, Double Crown, Medi
u= and Crown, Straw and Rag Wrapping Papers,
1;.)r sale by W. S. HAVEN,
JalB Ocrror M3rtr,t and Sednrd vtreets.
pIANOS TO RENT.—Two elegant Rose
wood 6% octave Nance, will be rented to private lam-
Bite only. Apply to JOHN IL MELLOR,
V 1.3 82 Wood street...
nu, CLOTH CRASH.—For Stair 8, a vaxi
“ty cf stylt•ti at /1,24 1. & PTV—
btN DIA RUBBER CLOTIIINU—Of the besf,
awl aid° woo quality, for sale wholesale and retail by
29 J. * H. PILILLIM.,
DOLLAR SAVIENIGS BANK,
No. C. 5 Fhtirlit Strut,
MIDDLE NOODI, 3011E8' NEW BUILDING.
OPEN DAILY, from 9 to 2 o'clock ; also,
on Wednesday and Saturday evenings, from May let
to November let, from 7 to 9 o'cloca; and from November
let to slay let, from 6 to 8 o'clock.
Deposita received of all sums not less than ONI
and a dividend of the profits declared twice a year, in June
and December. Interest was declared at the rate f six per
cent. per annum, on the first of December, 1855: also in
Juno and December, 1856, and in June and December, 1857.
Interest, if not drawn out, is placed to the credit of the
depositor as principal, and bears the same interest from the
first days of June and December,
compounding twice a year
without troubling the depositor to call or even to present
his pass book. At this rate, money will double in leas than
twelve years, making in the aggregate EICIOP AND ONZ-lILL2
PER CENT. A TEAR.
Books containing the Charter, By-Laws, Rules and Regu
lations, furnished gratis, on application at the office.
Hopewell Hepburn, John H. Shoenberger,
James Shidle, N. Grattan Murphy,
Alexander Bradley, Isaac M. Pennock,
Robert Robb, James D Kelly,
William 8. Lovely, James Herdman,
Kill Buirgwiu, John 8 Cosgrove,
BANK OF lOWA.
AL. J. STEVEN S & CO.,
COLLECTIONS MADE and prompt.,
mittud. LANDS selected and locatoi. Capitalists
wishing to make investments in the West, can do so through
this house. Correspondence &elicited. my2l:Bui
WELLS COVER LY
.6.I:IOTLN LOOKII9 11108. D. LOOMIS.
AUSTIN`LOOMIS & CO., Dealers in
Promissory NotesOonds, Mortgages, and all Securities
Money Loaned on Checks at short dates, with collateral
Persons desiring Loans can be accommodated on reasons.
blo terms, and capitalists can be furnished with good securi•
ties at remunerative prices.
Also, attend to the Sale, Renting and Leasing of Real
Office, No. 82 FOURTH street, above Wood
OS. AUSTIN LOOMIF, Notary Public.
HOLMES & SONS, Bankers and Ex
. change Brokers, arid Dealers in Notes, Drafts, Accept,
auras, Gold, Silver and Bank Notes. Exchange on the East
ern and Western Cities constantly for sale.
Collections made in all the cities throughout the United
States. Deposits received in par funds or current paper, No.
67 Market street, between Third and Fourth sts. pa3o:ly
'THOMAS WOODS, Commercial Broker, and
Dealer in Notes,Bonds, Stocks, Real Estate, /cc., N 0.76
?ourtli street, Pittsburgh, Pa. Jan 6
JOIIN WOODS, BANKER AND EXCHANGE
BUNKER, Dealer In Exchange, Commercial and Bank
Nmtes. Stock bought and sold on commission. Collections
cArefully attended to. Interest paid on Deposits. No. 1.37
JONES' NEW BUILDING, Fourth street. je3o
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. 65 FIFTH STREET.
PA BadS, Bought
I and BIIItN ACES, oJnin: laalon
sold • Bonds
Especial attention given to Etch-dividing Farms and die
posing of them. Terms reasonable.
CUTIIBERT & SON'S OFFICE, No. 51
Market street, for the sale and purchase of Real
:,:,.tate, renting houses, attending to insurance and repairs,
obtaining loans on bonds, mortgages, &c,; making convey
ances, deeds, bonds, &c 4 writing lettore and corresponding
,rith parties abroad, &c. oclB
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
RErzaratcra.—kleasra. [Canna, Glarretaun & Co., Robert
Parks, Esq. jylL-y
!tEAL ESTATE AGENT, NO. 60 WATER STREET,
illll3 for sale Landis in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
NI ichigan and lowa. Ho will exchange Laude iu Wisconsin,
to., for eittsburgh manufactures, and also for city property.
.111 letters of inquiry answered gratin, by addressing me as
OHIO TOWNSHIP PROPERTY FOR
SALE.—TWENTY-SIX ACItIIIS of tirst-class Gard
on Lands, situated on the Allegheny and New Brighton
.I.acadainised road, about five miles from Allegheny city—
about ten acres cleared, bah ace good timber. Will be sold
at a bargain, and suspended bank paper taken, if applied for
,ouit at JAMES C. RICHEY'S,
dell Real Estate Broker, No. 65 Fifth street.
GARDEN FARM FOR SALE.—A Garden
Farm fur sale, containing Twenty-four Acres of First
Class Garden Land, well improved, good Buildings, fine Or
chard, excellent Water, Coal and Limestone In abundance,
:dtuated in Robinson township, seven miles from the city.
Will be sold at a great bargain. Apply to
JAMES C. RICHEY,
Real Estate Broker, No. 65 Fifth street.
NORTLI FAYETTE TOWNSHIP LAND
FOR BALE.—One Hundred and Fifteen Acres of First
Class Land, for Wheat growing; about Ninety Acn s cleared,
balance good timber; comfortable farm improvements; large
Orchard; excellent Water; Coal and Lirmatono ; Forty-five
Acres iu grass, will bo sold low and on easy terms. Apply
to JAMES C. RICHEY.
der/ Real Estate Broker, 65 Fifth street.
['ARMS in Exchange for City Property.—
A farm of 350 acres, on the Allegheny river, near
Kittanning, 130 acres cleared; dwelling house, barn and or
,:hard; coal, limestone and iron ore. Also, a farm of 100
,tcres near the above. Also, a farm of 83 acres on Pine
creek, 4 miles from Kittanning ; 30 acres cleared.; two houses,
sad a saw mill in good running order; a first rate location
tor business. 250 acres of land at month of Red Bank creek;
40 acres cleared and in good order. Price low and terms
easy. Will be exchanged in whole or in part for city pro
perty. S. OUTLIBERT do SON,
novlo 51 Market street.
ONLY $750 FOR A TWO STORY Dwel
ling House, of four rooms, with lot of ground 20 feet
front on Monterey street, Allegheny city, by 110 deep to an
alley. Terms, $4OO in hand, balance at one, two and three
years, S. CUTLII3ER.T & SON,
nov24 61 Market street.
'OR RENT.—A large dwelling house, on
If Rosa street, at head of Fifth, with immediate poeses-
Bien. Also. two small hot - tees in Splane's Court-
S. CUTELBERT & SON,
nov2l 51 Market Street.
L'OR $750 will be sold a new two story
Frame House, with d good lot of ground, in Allegheny
•ity. The lot is 20 feet ftont, on Monterey street, by 110
feet to en alley. Terms easy.
B. CUTHBERT & SON,
novl4 51 Market street.
FOUR TO FIVE DOLLARS PER ACRE
for several small lots of landeten miles from Mounds
ville, Marshall county, Va., four miles from R. B. Station.
Rich soil and good timber. Price $4 to $5 per acre, on time,
from 6 to 7 years, if desired.
Also, 700 acres of good land, 3 miles from Cameron Sta•
Lion, 13. At Ohio 8.. 8.., for sale to snit purchasers, at from $7
to $lO per acre, an I on easy terms.
S. CUTHBERT & SON.
novl4 61 Market street.
LUR REN r.—A dwelling house on Third
Street. Also, one on Russ street, with immediate pos.
session. 5. OUTELBERT ts SON,
51 Market street.
VOR SALE.—A Dwelling House with a
good Store Room, situate on Robinson street near Fed.
rat, Allegheny city. Price low and terms easy.
Jail S. MITIIBERr & &)N, Si Market et.
''VOR SALE.—A comfortable dwelling house
J. (frame) of hall and eight rooms, portico in front, with
a lot of ground 78 feet front on South avenue, Allegheny, by
220 deep to Rebecca street, with fruit and shade trees,
shrubbery, stable, &c., Ac. Price $4,500. i
- - -
S. CUTHBERT, SON,
nos 2 61 Market street.
MERCHANTS' AND MANUFACTII
ILERS' BANK STOCK, or PAPER, will be taken at
par, either in whole or in part pay for several' very desira•
ble locations for country residences, near the city. One lot
of 12 acres, one of 14, of 10 and S acres. For particulars
call at oar office. S. CUTHBERT A , SON,•
oct27 51 Market street.
.White, Yellow, Red and Plaid, of all kratics, and at
LOWER PRICES than they can be gut for at any other es
tablishmentin the city.
0. HANSON LOVE formerly Love Brothers,
f* ---- ' , ---- No. '24 Market streAL
William J. Anderson. James W. Hallman,
John G. Backeien, Charles Blm,
Albert Culbertson, P. A. Madeira,
John B. Canfield, John H. Mellor,
J. Gardiner Coffin, Walter P. Marshall,
Alonzo A. Carrier, Wilson Miller.
David Campbell. A. M. Pollock, M. D.
Charles A.Coltono Henry L Ringwalt,
William Douglass, John M. Sawyer,
Francis Felix, George FL Belden,
George F. Gilimore, Alexander Tindle.
James B. HOOII, Thoohald Umbstaetter,
William B. Haven, George R. White,
Sccretaryand Treasurer-011AS. A. COLTON. L fe3
NOTES AND DRAFTS BOUGHT AND SOLD
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
JAMES C. RICHEY,
act2L . ..__
HOUSES, LOTS &Nu FARMS.--IVe would
invite the attention of persons who wish to purchase
A to the great variety of Houses, Fortin and Build
ing-Lots we have for sale. We have now on hand Lots at
$lOO, each, and at $2OO, $4OO, and upwards, And on very
easy terms. Some in payments averaging fourteen cents a
day 1 , Houses and Lots, at' from $i 00 $lO,OOO, in various
locations In and adjacent to the two cities. Improved Farms
at from $lO to $OO tp acre. Also, choice Farming Lands at
from $2 to - V.li acr,. Persons having proporty of any kind
to dis•rose of, will find it to their interest to give us a call.
We also, attend to the Renting of Houses, and Collection of
B. CUTHBERT BON,
it Megril,st ttivet.
PITTSBURGH, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1868
fIARPETS AND OIL C,,OTHS
110 P EMOVAL.—J. & 11. PHILLIPS have
IN removed to their new building, Nos. 29' and - 28 ST.
CLAIR street, west aide, between Penr. street and the Bridge.
J. .ft. H. PHILLIPS,
MANUFACTURERS OF FLOOR, FURNITURE,tIARRIAGE,
TABLE, AND TRANSPARENT A. OPAQUE
WINDOW SHADE OIL CLOTH!'
Of differpnt Colors.
Also, DEALERS IN OIL CLOTHS & WINDOW SHADES,
Dealers in INDIA. RUBBER GOODS, of all 'kinds, made
under Goodyear's Patent; Agents of the Boston and New
York Belting Companies, for the sale of their INDIA RUB
BER BELTING, HOSE and PACKING. LEATHER BELT
ING of Eastern manufacture, a superior quality; also, Lace
Loather and Rivets. Agents for the 01110 FIRE—PROOF
MINERAL PAINT. Dry and Mixed Paints, Varnishes,
0113, Turpentine, Brushes, Glass and Putty. HOUSE AND
SIGN PAINTING AND GLAZING, in all its branches,
in the best and shortest time.
Ide2o:ly I J. dc H. PHILLIPS,
114.1 re Nis. 26 end 2 Bt. Clair street; Manufactory at Phil.
kipsville, on the Ohio river, three miles below Pittsburgh
Nourth Street Carpet Store.
IVD. & 11. M'OALLUM respectfully
• invite the attention of their former customers
and the public generally to their present stock, just selected
for Spring sales, embracing the very latest styles of Foreign
and Home Manufacture, eousisting in part of Velvets and
Brussels, Tapestry and Common Ingrain: also, Brussels,
Damask, Twilled and Plain Stair CARPETS.
OIL CLOTHS FROM 2 TO 21 FEET WIDE,
Rugs, Mats, Stair Rode, Canton and Cocoa Matting; List,
Yarn and Itag Carpets ; Venitian Blinds; Painted, Buff and
Green Holland Shades.
It will give nn pleasure to show goods to ali who may be
desirous of looking or pnreliasing, and we are determined to
offer inducements to any who may favor us with a call, at
the old stand, No. 87 FOURTH Street, near Wood.
myth:ly • W. D. U. II'OALLUM.
R OBERT A. LOOMIS,
(Succeasor to B. T. C. Morgan,)
STATIONER AND DEALER IN BOOKS, PERIODIOALB
PRE undersigned have entered into Co-
Pftetnership, under the style of Wm. C. Johnston & Co.
SAMUEL R. JOHNSTON, JR.,
WILLIAM C. JOE:ISTON.
Pittsburgh, September 5, 1857.
W H. C. JOHNSTON &. CO.,
TATIONERS, Blank Book ManufaoturerB,
and JOB PRINTERS, No. 57 WOCKI ntroot, betwean
Third and Fourth, Pittsburgh, Pa. se3U
• Bill Books,
For sale by WM. G. JOHNSTON & CO.,
de2.9 57 Wuod street.
& D. RINEHART,
SUPERB GRAND PIANO,
IJ FROSI TLIE FACTORY OF
Steinway Si. Sons, New 'York.
H. KLEBEIt & BRO. take Tleasnrein an. -
nouncing to the public that they have just.ver , rA
received a splendid UItAND PLANO - r
from the factory of Steinway & done, NOW f
York, which fur exquisite sweetness and voltune of tone,
lightness and elasticity of touch, and a Int.ittasteful and ele•
gent exterior 113 considered the FINEST GRAND KANO
ever brought to this city. The mechanism is a DOUBLE
ItEr'EATING ACTION, a pa sated invention of Steinway
& Sons, which combines with the utmost promptness and
delicacy of touch a degree of durability but rarely attained.
We respectfully invite the public, one and all, whether pur
chasers or not, to call a:al elf3o this unrivalled instrument.
R. KLEBEE & BRO.,
No. 63 Fifth street,
Sole Agents for Steinway & Sous.
N. D.—Also, just 1 eceived a fresh lot of Nouns & Clark's
13RINCE dr, CO.'S IMPEUVE,v PATA
.„U„ MEI ODEONS. The Oldest Establish. -
merit in the United States, and the largest
in the World. Between 18,000 and 20,000 ":"
ut . these Instruments has been finished, and -
are now in use. The latest improvement in our Melodeons,
Is the DIVIDED SWELL, secured to us by Letters Patent,
May, 1855. By mesas of this swell Solo l'assages may
bo played with the full power of the Instrument, while the
accompaniment is soft and subdued. Hereafter, all Melo
deons made by us will be furnished with this attachment,
WITHOUT EXTRA 011AltOkl.
I Extract from the Com. Advertiser, July 27th•]
" Mzsaas. PIIINCT & Co., could realize a handsome fortune
by disposing of rights to other manufacturers to use their
new improvement, but as they prefer to make it a feature
in their instruments, it can only be obtained by purchasing
one of their manuftctine." The styles and prices are IN
e our octave Melodeon, extending from C to 0 ..... —.415 00
Four and-a.half octave " " Cto F 00 00
Five octave Melodeon," " Fto F 75 00
Fire octave, dolde reed, " " Fto F.... ..... WO 00
IN PIANO CASE:
Five octavo Melodeon extending from F to $lOO 00
Six octave Melodeon, " Fto ko 140 00
Five octave, double reed, " Fto F; 100 00
organ Melodeon Our churches) five octave, 8 stops,
one and-a-half octavo pedals, hair sets or reeds MO 00
Agents fur the sale of our .melodeons may be found in all
the principal cities and towns of the United States, and the
Caliadas. GEO. A PILIN DE Co., Buffalo,
and bi Fulton street, New York.
118 Wood street, seconl door above Fifth,
dell Manufacturers Agent, Pittslun
Of every devription
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTING, Re.,
AT T 1,113
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
No. 41 Fifth btrovt, Pittsbuigh, Pa.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS.
tIiANUFAOTUI Ith AND
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS
PIANOS AND MUSIC
FULL GRAND PIANOS I
-- . PARLOR GRAND PIANOS 11 .
AND NEW STYLE SQUARE PIANOS,
foom the Manulactrry of UUICKERINU & SUNS',
ilusroa, just received from the manufactory of Ciiickering
N Sous', Boston, the following desirable and elegant stock of
tileir PIANO FORTES :
une Full seven octave Grand Piano Forte, with superbly
carved case. Plies .4800
one Full seven octave Brand Piuuo Forte, elegant Rose
wood case. Prh e ..$7OO
One New Parlor Brand seven octavo Piano, mark equal
in power to a full Brood, and occupying only the
to rn of an ordinary square Piano. Price $BOO
Two full carved Rosewood, Louis XlVth, seven octaves,
wish carved Deok and Feet work.
Two Rosewood seven octave—Clifford style.
Two.,Rosewood, carved mouldings, seven octave.
Four` , Rosewood, plain round corners, seven octave.
'three Walnut, plain round frout corners, seven octaves.
Four cg 4. 4( Id " ti
'•Four Rosewood " " 66 " 6%
All of the above aro of their NEW SCALE, and with full
iron frames, and their now Patent Action.
These Instruments have been finished specially for the
subscriber, and will be warranted to pfhasers. For sale
at their reduced prices. J 0 MELLOR,
No. Wood street,
del7 Sole Agent for Chickering & Sons'.
InessrA. Charles Si. Lewis Grebe,
TEACH - FAS OF THE
Vir-4 1 - . F:Vlrttato, vioLuv,lr4 l7 -7-7"'';
ORGAN AND RINGING,
ANCIENT AND MODERN LANGUAGES,
As Greek, Latin, German, French, and Spanish,
Taught by CRAB. GREBE, Cand. Theol.
.1W Enquire at the principal Slavic Stores. — =‘, [de24:3m-o
- LIRESII PEACHES.-50 doz. in 2 lb. cans,
just recolvod and for sale by
REYMER & ANDERSON,
del7 No. 39 Wood street.
MILLER'S celebrated Cough Syrup, a
never failing cure for Coughs, lulluenta, etc., only
at JOS. &DEMING'S,
dels Corner Market street and Diamond.
s PONIiES, of all kinds, at
(MIS G.nmer Market ateeet and Diamond
91 sacks Ear Corn;
75 do Buckwheat Flour;
50 barrels Superfine and Extra Flonr;
75 do Prime Apples (different varieties);
In store and for sale by
1111FF,11.111, IiFCREERY it CO.,
de23 11.4. Second street
CIHERRY PECTORAL.-20 gross for sale
` l %-) by 13. A. HAHNESTOCK & CO.,
deli Corner Wood and Bizet streets
EGGS.—Five barrels for sale by
nor2l HENRY H. COLLINS.
LII-LENCH BRANDY , Holland Gin, Scotch
J. and Irish Whisky, Port, Sherry and Madeira Wines,
also some fine old Eeeonomy Whisky, in store and for salt
by the gallon, by LIAWORTII, BRO. & BROWNLEE,
del9 Corner of the Diamond and Diamond alley
WRAPPING PAPER-40U reams Crown,
Medium, anti Double Crown, Straw Wrapping Pa !
per, fall count, Jast received and for sale by
.19 JAS. A FRP 'RR, 89 Water street.
LCOHOL.-20 bble on hand, and for sale
by fdelsl B. L. FAHNESTOCHS. a CO.
"JOURNALS, LEDGERS, DAY-BOOKS,
efi CASH BOOKS and DOCKETS, for enla and made to
order, by W. S. HAVEN,
Corner Market and. Stroud street&
IVORY BLAOK.-5 bble. just received and
for sale by 0091 - B. L. FAHNESPOCS. & CO.
fIOTATOES.-57 barrels White Neahan
'lock Potatoes, arching per steamer Lehigh. and for
cabs! ideal SSDliallti, £ 00.
No. 129 WOOD STREET
MERCIMNTS' INSURANCE COMPANY,
WM. V. PETTIT, President D. J. M'CANN, Secretary.
Amount of Capital Btock paid In and inveated...s2oo,ooo 00
Surplus 63,428 35
$ 263 4 28 35
Ins me Cargo Risks on the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers and
Tributaries. Insures against loss or damage by Fire,
Also, against the Perils of the Bea and Inland
Navigation and Transportation.
Wm. V. Pettit, J. C. Montgomery, John M. Pnmroy,
D. J. McCann, E. P. Witmer,Rene Gumbo,
B. L. Wooleton , John A. Marshall, Chas. B. Wright,
John J. Patterson, Elwood T. Posey.
WILLIAM V. PETTIT, President
E. P. WITAIPR, Vice President.
D. J. MaOANN, Secretary.
In Phlladelphice: In Philadelphia:
Niger, Lamb & 0 0 , Steimaitz, Justice & Co.,
Truitt, Bro. & Co., Buck, Morgan & Stidfole,
A. T. Lane & Co., i Pnraroy, Caldwell & Co.
PITTSBURGH OFFICE, NO. 07 WATER STREET.
an 7 B. W. POINDEXTER, Ai
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
Office No. 70 Walnut Street
CAPITAL sl77,674—Aseva $232,092.--Szurant INV.C6TRIL
FIRE INSURANCE ON BUILDINGS,
MERCHANDISE, FURNITURE, &0., I❑ town ur
The Mutual principle, combined with the security of a
Stock Capital, entitles the Insured to share in the profits of
the Company, without liability for losses.
The Script Certificates of this Company fur profits are
convertible, at par, into the Capital Stock of the Company.
OLEM TINGLEY, eresident.
B. M. I.IIIqOIIMAN, Secretary.
Clem Tingley, George M. Stroud,
William R. Thompson, John R. Worrell,
Samuel Bispham, Benjamin W. Tingley,
George W. Carpenter, Z. Lothrop,
Robert Steen, IL L. Carson,
Charles S. Wood, Robert 'Poland,
Marshall Hill, Cornelius Stevenson,
Jacob T. Bunting, Charles Leland,
William Musser, Wm. M. Semple, Pittsburgh.
J. G. COFFIN, Agent,
Corner Third and Wood streets.
PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE
No. 149 Chesnut Street,
Opp.isite the Custom House.
WILL MAKE ALL KINDS OF INSU
RANCE, either Perpetual or Limited, on every
description of Property or Merchandise, at reasonable rates
aouRT P. KING, President.
M. W. BALDWIN, Vice President.
Oharlee Rayea, II R. Cope,
ALB gliah, George W. Brown,
P. B. Savery, Joseph S. Paul,
C. Sherman, John Clayton,
S. J. Magargee, Wilor.
F. BLACUMAINZ, Secretary.
J. G. COFFIN, Agent,
jy4:ly Corner Third and Wood streets.
NEPTUNE INSURANCE COMPANY,
FRANKLIN BUILDINGS, 414 WALNUT STREET.
Organized ander the General Insurance Law, with a Cash
Capital of $lOO,OOO, privileged to increase to $500,000. In
sures against loss or damage by FIRE, MARINE, INLAND
NAVIGATION and TRANSPORTATION. •
IL 0. LAUGHLIN, President. /LICHT SHIELDS, V. Prat,
GEORGE SCOTT, Secretary
DIEL6O . IOIIB
H. 0. Laughlin, D. Sharwood,
W. 0. Stotesbury, IL M. Carole,
B. B. Showell, 0. C. Butler,
TITS & CHAFFEY, Agents,
Oftlce Lafayette Hall, entrance on Wood et
LIFE. FIRE AND MARINE
CORNER OF WATER AND MARKFT ST.REETEI•
ROBERT GALWAY, President. Bands; Edgings;
Aux.. BRADLEY, Vice President. Setts; Laces;
P. A. Basinuinv, Secretary.
—This Company makes exery insurance appertaining to Trimmings
or connected with LIFE RISKS. Skirts; Waists;
Also, against HULL AND CARGO RISKS on the Ohio Ribbons and Veils;
and liliasissippi Rivers and tributaries, and bIAIIINE RISKS
generally. And will be sold without regard TO COST.
And against Loss and Damage by Fire, and against the
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation and Transportation.
Policies issued at the lowest rates consistent with safety to
Robert Galway, Samuel WOlurkan,
Joseph P. Gamma, M. D., John Scott,
James Marshall, David Richey,
James W. Mailman, • Charles Arbuthnot,
Alexander Bradley, Joseph S. Leech,
John Fullerton, N. F. Hart,
David H. Chambers, Robert U. Hartley,
CITIZENS' INSURANCE COMPANY
WILLI . Ani BAGAIRY, President.
SAW:TEL L. MARSHRLL, Secretary.
OFFICE: 94 Water street, between Narked and Wood streets
fey- Insures HULL AND CARGO RISKS, on the Ohio
and Mississippi Rivera and tributaries.
Insures against Loss or Damage by FIRE.
Also, against the Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation
William Bagaley, Capt. Mark Sterling,
Samuel Bea, Samuel M. Kier,
James M. Cooper, John S. Dilworth,
James Park, Jr., Francis Sellers,
limas M. Pennock, William B, Rays.
Springer Harbaugh, _ John Shipton,
Capt. Samuel C. Young, Walter Bryant,
John Callweli. Jag 2
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
LOCK HAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY.
URARTERED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF PEBASYLVANIA
ar.sli Capital $300,000 .1 - temitrin itiotts...sll93ls
rimllS COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
A Buildings, Merchandiee, Furniture, ltc., in town or
lion. Jno. J. Pearce, lion. G. O. Ilarveyahuries A. Mayer,
J ,hn B. Hall, Charles Criet, I Peter Dickinson,
I'. T. Abrams, D K. Jackman, iW. White,
HON. G. C. 'CANVEY, President.
T. T. AMAMI% Vice President.
Taos. KITCHEN, Secretary.
Samuel H. Lloyd, J S. Crawford,
A. A. Winegardner, John W. Maynard, A. Updegraff,
L. A. Mackey, Hon. 13 Cameron, James Armstrong,
A. White, Thos. Bowman D.D, William Fearou,
James Quiggle, Wm. Vanderbelt, Hon. Wm. Bigler,
0:5 FIFTH STBEET, PirrBBURGH.
de2l:tf J. A. LIPPRIV, Agent.
ripIIE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY, OF PHIL DKLPPIIA.
lltaxmons—Charles W. Dandier, Thomas Hart, Tobias
Wagner,Samuel Grant, Jacob R. Smith, Geo. W. Richards,
Mordecai D. Lewis, Adolph' IL Berle, David'S. Browne, Mar
ris Patterson. Casa. N. 13smossa, President
Cass. G. Bsiscrima, Secretary.
Continue to make insurance, perpetual or limited, on every
description of property, in town and country, at rates as low
as are consistent with security.
The Company have reserved a large Contingent Fund,
21alch, with their capital and premiums, safely invested, af•
ford ample protection to the assured.
The Assets of the Company, on January Ist, 1851, aa. pub•
lishod agreeably to an Act of Assembly, were as follows, via:
Mortgage $918,128 88
Real Estate- - 84,877 78
Temporary Loans... 83,988 17
Stocb 81,889 00
Dash, do 64,846 81
Since their incorporation, a period of twenty-one yea%
they have paid upward of One Million Four Hundred Thou.
Band Dollara,l oases by fire, thereby affording evidence of the
advantages of insurance, as well as the ability and disposition
to meet with promptness all liabilities.
J. GARDINER OOFFEN, Agent,
non Office, north-east cor. Wood and Third sta.
NOTICE TO FARMERS.—
THRESHING MACHINES.—We have 10 more of
the improved Railroad Powers and Threshers, with Separa
tors, ready for delivery, at our shop. With these machines
any farmer, with three hands and two horses, can thresh
175 bushels of wheat per day, or double that quantity of
oats, in the most perfect order, and warranted in every res.
pact. Price $l6O, at the Seed and Agricultural Store, 47
Fifth street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
novl9 JAMES WARDROP.
.I:IAVEN'S Commercial and Albatros Pens
Just received and for sale at the Statioaery Ware
house of W. & HAVEN,
ja2B Corner Market and Second streets.
BEANS. -4 bble. Beans in store, and for
sale by MoOANDLEBB, MEANS A: 00.,
ja23 Corner ot. Wood and Water streets.
A. GOOD DOUBLE MEDIUM HAND
PRESS, suitablo for a country office, will be sold.
Apply at the aka of the F' Morning Post."
1 RISH MOSS.-10 bbls. on hand, and for
wile by I fel B. L. VAHNEBTOCLE. Ac CO.
DOTASH.-20 make, firat aorta, for e.ale by
APPLES. -50 bbls. Russets, for sale by
dm WEL EL 8-VITH' & CO.
THE immense stook of Goods at A. A. MA
BON & CO.'B, is now Belling off at Auction, daily. To
day and to-morrow, December 11th and 12th, will be sold,
200 Showier, 60 pcs. Merinoer Paramettar, Alpaccas; Cash
mere DeLains, &c.; 200 Bilk and Velvet Bonnets, latest
stylea; 1000 yds SIMI, Millinery Goals, Embroideries, Limy, _
etc., etc. Baba at 10 o'clock, A. U.
dell E. W. LIND, do *neer.
CILOVEB.-1000 lbs. on hand, and for sale
‘,/ by ( de &lb SAZEINIM, ON
FrHE SECOND SESSION' OF THE NOR
MAL CLASS, at the
IRON CITY COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
Under the direction of
Principal of the Fifth Ward Public Schools, will commence
Om Monday Evening, February let.
The Oleos will moot on Monday and Thursday evenings,
and Saturday mornings of each week.
Mims $2 per Session of Sixteen Lessons.
AT IRON CITY COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
ea- IN mr.olleNithu„ ARCHITECTURAL,
ANb6HAVON DRAWING, .D
Hy JOHN lIIILHZ.
41W- For further information apply to Mr. N. W. JEN
KINS, Principal of Iron City Commercial College, Pitts
burgh. [ novl4:6md.
NOW IS TUE TIME
evta BUYING CHEAP CLOTHING.
ON THE CORNER of WOOD AND FIFTH
STREETS, late Davis 'e Auction Room, is now sell.
tog out his entire wholesale stock at 0./ST PRIOES FOR
OASH ONLY. He will sell Pine Black Petersham Over.
coat that used to sell at 55,00 for $3,76
Fine Black Petersham Overcoat 8,00 " 4,50
" Brown 8,00 " 5,75
" Raglan e 9,00 " 8,00
Niggerhead Raglan 8,00 " 6,00
Lambskin " " 10,00 " 7,00
-• " 8,00 " 6,00
7,00 " 460
Blue Pilots e
10,00 " 8,00
Whitney Pilots 6,00 " 8,00
Bearskin 6,00 " 4,60
Baqrdmaux 10,00 4 * 7,00
Satinett 6,00 " 4,00
Wine Wove Caasimere -.go oo o " 6,00
Brown Cloth 10,00 " 6,00
Black Silk Cloth 12,00 " 7,00
Super Pine Drees Frock Coats 15,00. " 13,00
" AI 16 l• 15,00 " 11,00
1.1 4il 10,00 " 6,50
Pants, Vests, and Furnishing Goods at these and propor
tion rates. de23
SOLD WITHOUT REGARD TO COST, AT
I•HE GREATEST CHANCE EVER OF
FERED to the Ladies to buy cheap Embroideries. The
go ids are all fresh and new, uud of the latent importation,
CLIMIINGS, UOSIRRY AND MAZIOY 000D8,
vs.tadies, Come One, Came All, cud don't miss the place,
AT J. AI USE'S,
Nu.os Market street, bezw,en Third andlikurth struts
Wheat, Rye and Corn Wanted,
PEARL STEIL= MILL,
11 E SUBSCRIBERS HAVE TAKEN
the alxyre eetabliabment, and are prepared to,
PAY Mil 131011161 . HAMM ramis IN CIABB YOB
26,000 BUSHELS OF WHEAT.
10,000 " RYE..
It la the intention cf the proprietors to offer axe PaMIS
for any oboist) lots of White or Red Wheat. They intend to
make very superior Family Flour, and are willing to pay a
premium to the farmer, in the shape of an extra price, to in
deem him to raise a choice quality of Wheat, and to ring It
to market in good order.
JylEulyd&w R. T. KENNEDY & BRO.
Mineral Water Depot.
J. O. BUFFUbI IL 8. BIIIIREB.
Ar C. BUFFUM & CO., Manufacturers of
u . Sarsaparilla, Mineral Water, Pop, Bottled Ale ant
Porter; also, Bottlers of Wainwright's celebrated Wintertcw
No. AB Market street,
' , mammon, P.
orders tilled and ahlppod to all parts of tha country
Conant notice. apledyclaw
Lloyd & Co.'s Transportation Line.
(SUCCUSSORS TO LEllauN & C 0.,)
r 1 1 1121:fliDERSIGNED having made extemdveipreparationn
Tile. PAST woman, aro now prepared to do a HWY butt
Through to and front the Eastern Cities.
Wn can assure our friends uud all those disposed to pa
tronise the Pennsylvania Canal and /fathead, that no pains
will be slowed to insure a speedy and safe transit of all
goods intrusted to our charge. The
AVOIDANCE OF TILE INCLINED PLANES
On the Allegheny Mountain, will give LNOSZASIDDZEIPAICII to
the transmission of freight. An experience of eight years
in the Transportation business, Justines us in promising the
public every tacility by our Line that can be possibly offerei.
our Wilco is on PENN STItEET, AT TILE CANAL BASIN.
fel/.5 " LLOYD . CO
LADIES' AND MISSES' WOOL HOODS
of every color and size, Just opened at
fts9 allatiElat sT Market. street.
HUSBAND'S CAL. MAGNESIA.-5 gross
on hand and for sale by
ilels B. L. BALINESTOCIK & CO.
Alfew of good quality and of handsome colors, re
calved and for wale cheap, at HORNE'S',
oat) : yr market,ertreet.
110 USEKEEPER'S, ATTENTION.
Stoves, Hardware,llollowware and Tablo Cutlery
el., ' Tin and Copperware; Toys, ft., for sale at
decoilt KIM 6; SWARTZ, 102 Stolthlleld at.
JUJUBE PASTE-300 lbs. in store and for
Qv sale by B. L. FAH.NESTOOK
nov3o Oorner Wood an i Fourth streets.
24. AGNIFICENT Bayadare 'Dress Silks,
Painted Merinos Moos de Lain,,Valencias,
Also, a splendid assortment of Chew's, erb, Cloaks, Tel
mum, am., and the cheapest and best assorted stock of Do
ahatic and Staple Dry Goods in the city.
C. HANSON LOVE,
eel) formerly Love Bros., No. 74 Market street'
A REGIMENT OF ACTIVE,
ENERGETIC BUSINESS MEN
Wanted at 65 Fifth street.
Men of energy and small means,
Out of employment, this is your
eel° Onanem to rank o mn , p.v 001 loon
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINT NIF,NT —lO
groan on hr.nd and for sale by
B. L. FAHNEBTOCK d CO.,
fal3 Corner of Wood and PoTuth amen.
6 of Efickok'a Boyatono NMI, of 1857, In Store an
tat sale at toot. lnovlol JAMES WARDROP
0. MOLASSES.-100 bbls., in Oak
coopenv, Jast landing and fat' sale by
J 32 2. WM. H. BRITS Els CO.
BABE .4 11.SE:II%
:VAR CORN.-116 sacks Ear Corn, just
ceived and for sale by JAB. A. FETZER,
de22 89 Water street
1200 FOR a Two Story House on
Robin3on street, Allegheny. $750 for a
comfortable house of 4 rooms. on Monterey street. A choice
buikjing lot on Carton street, Routh :Pittsburgh, Two
dwelling houses cheap, and on easy ,terms, in South Pitts
burgh, for solo by B. CUTHBERT A SON,
Market a root.
COOKING STOVES AND TIN WARE-
House furniture, Hrirdware,Brasa and Ooipper Betties,
Brave Copper and Galvanized Iron Coal Boxer; Hollow Ware,
Brittennia Tea Sets, Table Cutlery, Bird Olgoz, Squirrel
Houses, eta.. Alan, all kinds of Job Work made to order in
the MCA trAtieraCierY manner, by
Nos. 41. Wylie, and lON Reothilairienago:da,
Z. L EISNER,
J. BUIEIWEI, No. 65 Market atreet,
Sir AT FIRST COST.lat
PENNSYLVANIA CANAL AND RAILROAD,
JAMES PATTON, Jr., Federal street, Al
legheny, Wholesale Grocer and Tea Dealer,aud Licensed
Liquor Merchant. Dealer in Clover and Timothy Peed;
Butter, Chtesa, Lard, Bacon, Flour, Halt, Fish, &c., and Ootua.
try Produce generally nov2
JAMES PATTON, JR,
El Federal street, Allsgheny,
Is now receiving in store the following, which he will sell
at the lowest cash prices, viz:-
123 bbls. new crop plantation Molasses;
27 Ude. " " Sugar;
30 bbls. Grocers Syrup;
10 bbl& prime roll Butter ;
800 the. " . Feathers;
120 boxes " Cheese ;
800 Bacon llama;
40 half chests Young ilyson, Imperial, and genuine
Old Oountry fens, with a general assortment of the beat and
largest stock of Famiiy Groceries to be had in the city,whlolii
Is tor sale for Cash—remember, Phi'PTON'S,
fel Federal street dile:. spy City.
20 btila.l.laltimoro Yellow Sufiar
10 bbls. Refined
10 " Lovering athaerted
Received and for aalo by JAMES PATTON, Jr,
nov23 Allegheny City
ATTENTION, ALLEGHENY CITY.—
Tho subscriber would call your attention to his
stock of b`IOII.LY GROOSILIES bought, of late, fa New
York, for CASH, which ho will sell at sower prices than any
other house in the two cities, for Owl. Corns and see the
prices, at JANLES PATTON'S, Ja.,
Federal street, near the Diamond,
ZS TTON, JR.,
FEDERAL STI3EET, ALLEGHENY CITY,
Ini now receiving a larger stock of GROOERLES, FRUITS,
Etc., Etc., which he offers to sell at the lowest ()Ant Paioie.
3 Wads of Lovering'd Syrup;
38 bble. Grocers N. Y. Golden syrup, et 4.2 c.:
40 " Assorted Sugars;
140 bags prime Rio, Oel Gov. Java and Laguayra Oodae;
D3O boxes, now crop, M. R. Bunch and Layer Raisins ;
10 casks Carranta, new crop;
20 boxes Figs, Citron, and Orange Peel ;
4 bble. Jweel Malaga Oranges;
11 boxes Lemons;
1 bbl. Dried Hungarian Cherries;
4 cases Sardines, beet brands;
10 boxes Malaga Prunes;
4 boxes Olive Oil, pints and quarts '
8d cntrons Prunes Fancy Chriatina.s Boxes;
4 drums Saltanaßaisins;
8000 Imported Cigars, "Jenny Lind," " Washington,'
"Buchanan's," "Columbia," - LaLovely," "Opera."
30 boxea assorted Tobacco--tiraut's, Webster, old;
100 bags aeaortod Nos. Shot, Percusion Cape, Powder,
Lead, Fancy Soap, Sperm, Wax and. Star Candles, Cheese,
Rice, Fibh, Mince Meat, Oyster., Preserved Fruits, Pickled
Salmon, Lobsters, Etc. delB
IEE, FIRE, FIRE CRACKERS.—You
can have them ut New York price; at
JAilciS PATTON'S, Ja.,
I decal street, ALLEGIIIINY CITY.
FRUlT.—Raisins, Currants, Cranberries,
rigs, Hungarian Cherries, Plums, Citron, Orange.;
Demons, Ac., Ac., for sale at lowest figures for 0&1311, by
JAMES PATTON, Jn.,
b'oderil street., ALM/LUNY CITY.
A 'WORD TO TEA DRINKERS.
THE PRKIN TEA STORE,
No. 38 Fifth street, has imported into this market some of
the finest grades of
GREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
grown Ia tho Celestial Empire, done up in all the various
Miley packages which Chinos() ingenuity can invent. It Is a
luxury and comfort to drink them. Proprietors of steam
boats and hotels, and private lamiliea are invited to call.
lo dozen Mushroom lietchup.
10 do Eughah Walnut du.
25 du Quarts Tomato do,-
60 do Pinta do do.
For sale by ILEYMER & ANDERSON,
uov24 Nu. 89 Wood stroot, opposito St. Charles Hotel.
TIIE OLDEST: AND ONLY EXCLIISM
In the city of Pittsburgh.
Extra Ono En veror's Chop, the boat Green Tea imported,
being of garden growth. Also, the finest quality of pure
Oolong Tea s
. ....ossossing a delicious fragrance only to be found
in the genuine article. No apices kept, or anything that is
injor:oua in the flavor of Yew,. Customers can rely on get
ng o I.nre article of ita own flavor.
IY/ S. JAYNES. 88 Filth Aran
Lippincott, Shorten Sz, Pearson,
NO. 104 WOOD STREET, NEAR FIFTH.
MANUFACTURERS OF TRUNKS, Va
'ices, Eat and Bennet Boxes, Ladies Traveling
T. alias, Carpet Bags, ac., keep constantly on hand a ' , lugs
stock. We are prepared to do a wholesale trade, and hav
ing facilities to turn out good stock at reduced prices, we
would invite the trado to call and examine our goods be
fore purchasing elsewhe. et '8
0 LOTS OF GROUND on West Com
mon, Allegheny, with u double frame dwelling hones,
for sale, price V 4400. Terms may.
SE LLERS.—Smith's Patent, ar -
ranged far hand, horee or steam power, warranted in
every respect, and will shell from 30 to 40 Itel:leis of corn
per hour. Will be &Lid low by
uov3o HENRY IL COLLINS.
qI I OItREDOES.-100,00U No. 1, just reeoiv
ed and for Bale by
R.IRTS I SKlRTSBishop's Skirts
Quilted Hooped Skirts;
Holmes' Hooped Skirts;
Missea' Chrded Skirts,
Ladies' Corked and Quilted Skirts, white and colurei ; •
new suppty Just opened, at JOS. HORNE'S,
de9 77 Market street.
NA.MUN BAltli.--400 lbs. just reo'd
%.„/ and for sale by Lile9 . l B. 1.. F'AiiNESTCOI(..k Cu.
WINTER, GLOVES.—A full supply of
Cloth, 80k end Merino, of various alma, at low pri
ces, at fIOHNJE'B,
uoyl9 77 Market street.
QTOCK CHOICE!—PRICES LOW I—NEW
W,INTEII (100 1 / B .—sluSill.'ll. HORNE has Just roturu
ed from the East, where be hwl purchased large additions to
hi, already extensive stock. Trudiug directly with Fran
.CLS.I3B DOUBT/NO tiousEs and With •the .51siturscrnitElls, fur
CASH eXChlsively, he Is enabled to offer the best selection
of Goodp at the lowest poqsiblo prices.
We are now opening, for daily display, the largest and
cheapts , t stock of
WLNTRIt WOOLEN GOODS,
RIBBONS, ULOVES, UUSLERY, &v., &c.,
Ever before exhibited in Pittsburgh. Purchasers are invit
ed to examine the goode,and learn the prices, at
de9 JOS. HORNE'S, 77 Market. street.
s6oi FOR a two story frame dwelling
1 4.1 401.1i10 Ulla lot of gruuud &CI fee. by luu,
utly situated on Mt. , 1 1a.stliugtou. Terms easy.
led S. CUTIIISEICT if. SON, bl Market
NOTICE TO BUTCHERS.—Largo Meat
Cuttera and Sausage Filters, of various sizea, at Nu
47 Fifth dtroet, Pittsburgh
We have Jast received this day a lasso lot of Blanket
Shawls, which wo are selling at van
O. IiAN..4ON LOVE,
Fort/Indy Love Brothers.
noo No. 74 Market street.
APPLES. -150 Barrels Apples, various
kinds, In store, and for salt> by
JAMES A. FETZHR,
89 Water street
QTEEL PENS. -- Gillot's; Pratt's ;
ry's; Pleineaa'; Jenny Lind; Cooper; American,
liaaxles & Bon's, and Ilaven'a, ;ma received by
W. el. fLSVEN,
Canter Market 'aria Second ate.
The large ward:mime, rio,v occupied by W. U. Smith
tio., Nos. 151 Sim and 122...,!ec0nd dLI ents. Enquire of
Ned 149 Vast and 120 Second atr=4,ta.
IithORIDE LIIIII.-50 casks for Bale
by itiovlei It 1 VAlihi,elf ,, Cli 00,
14.7 Gentlemen's under garments; embracing silk, lambs'
wool, heavy merino and cotton nuder-shirta; drawers, of the
boat manufacture, and sold at very r, dneed rates.
NiCiEtaLSON'S SflllttS. A large lot of
cravats, ties, pocket hdkta., scarfs, ike., and all other articles
in the line of Yurniahing floods suitabat fel tho Beason at
nova 1/AliNk:ti. 77 Market street.
WARRANTED TO SHELL TWENTY
V T BUSHIM.9 PER HOUR IN THE HANDS OF ONlil
MAN—the Corn Sheller now exhibiting at No. 66 Flab
street. Now, don't be excited if you have hem, humbugged,
but give this machine a trial, and if it is an imposition, say
so • but if thoroughly wished that it is the beat hp/Endue
ciethe kind the age has produced, then boy territory and
make a fortune, and quit your creaking. Call and we.
VXTRAOTS FOR FLAVORING.-
10 dozen Lemons.
10 do Vanilla.
10 do Rose, for sato by
REYALER & ANDER:3ON, N0...19 Wood sc.,
noTRA Opgosite SL Charles 1,10(431.
BUFFALO SHOES.—A splendid article of
Gents' and Ladies BMW.) Over 6hoee. M5O, Oenta'
Colt Over Shoes, at the People's Shoo Mors, No. 17 Blab
street, near Market.
01111LNEY TS.-200 Gotiu.3 Chimney
Tops, for sale by HENRY IL COLLIN&
WIT are now opening our second, and by
far thecheapeat stock of Fall and Winter Dress Goods.
Shawls, .tc., that has ever boon offered in
SON this city.
Formerly Love Brothers, 74 Market. et.
QUIT.LY YOURSELVES WITH SHOES
pow whtht you can buy them at such low rate, at the
I'KOL LES SHOE STORE. We will continuo to sell at great
fy reduced pricea fora short time longer. Small profit.. and
cash returnu is oar motto. All atiffili of Overshot. sold low.
a BIIIYVENBACHEII 00.
BLACKBOARD CRAYONS—For sale by
w. 0. JOHNSTON * CO.,
noril Statioace4ls7 Wood .treat!
NUMBER W 9.
B. CUTHBERT & BON,
61 Market stre.st
REYMER St ANDERSON,
No. 89 Wood street
XAMNB W AUDI/OP.
DIRFENBACILEtt dt CO