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I S - I'ECIAL NOTICES.
DRS. C. M. FITCH 4- J. W. SYKES,
Will continuo their office at
flo. IUI Penn street,
OPPOSITE ST. CLAIR HOTEL, PITTSBURGH, PA..
TILL APRIL FIRST.
Where' they may be. consulted daily, (Sun
days exceptod,) fur CONSU ASTHMA, BRON
CLIITIS and ALL 01111, . IC AFFECTIONS con
nected with, or i;reils: , ceil..g to PULMONARY DISEASE.
DRS. FITLI.I Y RES teal that they cannot too earn
estly or itsquently adnitinish invalids of the EXCEED
ING •o Lit OF DELA V 1\ PULMONARY DISEASE
symptoms often 13,0111 tritlin.z as to beget a delusive
feeling even wloh4 the diica., 1 4 making rapid pre
gre,,, mid himself till it Warn fs 1.10 L to
tail bit I
044:4 11[oura---1.0 A. to 4t DI.
kr? . I;ti charge for consultation.
A tictif quedtiiins h.• eiutt to the Jonsult
1.19 tu4, Addy eq.
C. FIT:11 A J. W.
fel'2 - WI Pen, errs - 1 - , Pittsburgh, l'n
*sr- G ILE AT CURE OF DY:4PEI'i , I A.—C. U. MERSITON,
SIMP:iONVILL6, 6holloy c.unty, hy., March 30, 1855
"The German eatisfaction, mail I
herewith hauil you a certific to te 11r. !IluttioN Iletist.rA, 0
rovectrinile farmer of t hitt. c,nzity."
• IiIetiONWILLE, Ky., March 3J, Ibliii.—Dvar sir: 1 would in
form yoh'that I have been afflicted fer Severn; years %vitt!
Dyspepsia, in a very a4gruvatrd fortu, tur waich 1 used z”i
eaparilla and various other roinedies, without obtaining an i
relief. .from the various testimonials iu favor of llootland s
German Bitters, I was indll , od to try them, and I nose 5111 e
with plgasuke, that through their use 1 tun enjoying bolter
health than 1 have dine fu. ye ,i past, and cheerfully rit
e.ituntetid the Bitters to all aillictol with that terrl
. Respectfully yours.
To Ir. C. 51. Jackson. tatiRTON Ltßitht LEY.
r 641 e by F MN t;
Pit Libur i g
TIIPdItE t: N•rf II Oh 1:sl Tit LIST OF
niedirint• creating such .• -tur 0 .0..; invalids 1,1 Dr. SAN
FOIiD'S l'OdOt LLV !ClillEDl. It gives
such quirk relief h • r .•rvor••• the patient of rureivih.;
b o n,fit almost as slue the muthritu• is taken We do not
kuow °fa iustaur •• u here it has born taken without
her eflt, and in-neat - 13 all couple to cure is effected by
its use. lit ham acquire.] its wile po;hilarity siirut• l•urause it
dues whit it is recuahoeuded to do. It is constantly el,
!urging itt3 circle of friowl.4, c:trr, ine be link on itn
and loy to Ow tiefuts of [holt• mwt••• ug fr,nt Liver Cwtrplaint
Jaundio, ilytipepii , t, gon, al d-biity. fal2:lnidio.s.
FIRE A^D :11 ". 'II; ! N Stilt
rittebnrwl Yobrmuy itith, ]flab.
cires Nitl.2,E.—The ito,t Din
ftfli Utotittny a oivolt•toloot
-of tilt., pt•ollIA of tho In-t of otti,, Fort: RS t 4.1
bhare, applic.thl- to the re itt , t - tiott of notee.
feliAto F. A. ItIN S.ecrtary.
I)IVIDEN - and
I±—. gt`l'S ul OP. Comp.L:ty, ILr cr,cting a !trill ,e over th:
Allegheny river, huvr, am du), declu!od i.kud of nt
DOLLARS A 5i1.A.U.1.1. ou the 'AI htud, of Ow Company r 1
which divhieucts are nia le, which ii 1,a2,,i11.• it, cut - runt haul:-
103 k, funds, to ,r it „it zi
lorthwith. IVM, Tzt,xlirer.
Pittuburgh, Januury 14% Itt 9. ja4—c
• NoTwE.—,•iv. , , cour•oNs oF THE
~11,5.1 i-i N. Ow PITTS—
'WHAM. AND EILIE II! , 1) qt . I.Ni 411,1 y,
I.,SSS s will 1,.• , t.l • Xi • ~t 'WILLIAM:4
Vir..c,lll 11%411, 1.. t.• ,
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a 111 • ji., I,ur Itviu r
ATICO :111,1 T. a ,t
ILEcTION t o dr )lanair , ra awl "Ili
cura ut ilia Company f d..d*criag a Bridge over the
Manougabola river. , Jpporito .',8.-hargr, in Alloghouy one
ty, will t,„, Um )I.IN I) k Y, Nlar..ll lot
1859, tit 3 JOHN TII AW ,
fol:1 Pli3tw* Troaairer
U , MON ON 7AIINI.A V A Id, EV IL K—:.:tyrtuE
Booki will be c.pou,d 1.11.kIVA1:11 A it9tiet:
fu WO I> TORgh ,us,:riptio,i4 to tir• Cap
tal Stock of aid tt uu 31:iN1.) too 22.1 •1a.,.0f Vet,
miry next, from 1U A. if. to 12 :11., and fro a 2 to 4 P. I.
and canti uq,, (it e..,.•.isdiry,) Yvan 11,1 y for Hi , :
at the same heart. By Ord,r of tie elanllikrliiPlll•ri
Ja23:3,vdhvy 1 A. 11111.1,AR.
PirfSPURGii STEEL WthiliS.
ISA AO JON ....... VD. ....WI
JONES, BOY!) & Ca
(1.1 S S T Pi g, .
SPRINGS AND AXLES
COI Liter 11.32121 ttlEd telribt Strce is,
P1rr. 4 .11(1 it(4 11, FA
D. B. BOOM;
D. B. ROG . IS S Sz. • C ,
'OGERS' I:7I.PROT LI) /IT
ST EEL CULT 1 VAT olt TE ET if ,
CORNER ROSS ,ND FIRsT STREETS,
JAMBS A. NETZER.,
ForwariAing and Con.mission Merchan
Pea TUE& ALE OP
Flour, Grain, Bacon, Lard, ISutter, Seeds, Dried Fru'
and Produo ,, generally,
Corner of iliarkee, First streets.
RIVER TO—Francis (1. Bail • , Dilworth. Si..
S. Cuthbert k Son, Pitt irith; & Ott,
Swearingen, S. Brady, M. M 11 , ukk.
Mangle Sr Co., Georg(' W Prortriri & Co.
Wb..e!ln r-c 4 r , •lotf
JOEI N in 00 a tIE e 5,
COMMISSION 11] RCHAN T
PIC METAL AND BLoortns,
Ng. 7 ViOoD PITTY2CaRti ,PA
L0U11 4 2, G 6 ,U N
BACON, LARD, WO OiL,
AND PRODUCE (.1 ENERALL
Ea A tircm la;
M R cl
A LAIOIIIO W. 19
Cologne SplirEis 4:uuld Vessel OH,
No t 4. 167 laid 170 Second
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
JUG IN AIN t) OM EST
HARDIN E .
No. 7.11- Wood street, between Mo.:mood
!Wis.; mod Eieong,p. street,
PP2'TBBURG H, PA.
..3 - 4r Twit finLes - rilter ti now opening a well selected
ni , nt of foreign and dtAnetitie Hard nre, all new,and will re
Gn‘id on in, goal tenon no any Oth.r holm in thin city. Ft,
vi ill always keep on hand a general aln:vrtment of
LEARDWARE, CUTLERY. CARPENTERB'
T. which hi , riciiectfollytovitii3 tho atti.intion of I Tiliaisi•l
10'26 SAMUEL FA UN rii,TOCK.
SAMUEL FAIINESTOCK, No. 74 WOO
Pitthurgh, ha, 4 , 11 hao4 a largo
STOCK OF lIARDIVARE,
widch h' will sell very f..r C ,olditioa to h
1,,,c1:3, KIII,I For 1,, .m.l Spoon', Will a tar
aaaortment at aterla'reel.t, ly.y9 received a large .0
ply of Si'a.ar4 Cu ter , .“1.1 'Ctutie,4 ;
61eig.11 13••11 , 1,1111.1
Prvw.rTitig Kettles .
GOLD AND SILVER SP ?XTACLES,
AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES.
II D ROM ETERS
or weighing epirite, tli rheupo:it end best articler ever
brought to, this city.
'lll NIOM WID.I AND BA ROM TEID,
....Tying in price from aR.o $3)
A N D
always au hand :It (.1 SLI A% 'B,
Upiician, 59 Iqftli S:rtet.
oppcmite 711.tottic lin
L. C. lIECPBUILN,
ATrORNEY AT LAW AND ()NVEYANCER
crvcns VLTI , o; ?.i11:71s,
NEW TEA STORE
No, 22 Fifth street,
(,Late of the Pekin Tel Store,)
RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HIS
friends and the public generally, that he h«y oinn ..d
at the above stand, fur the Bale of
GREEN AND BLACK TEAS ;
ALSO, COFFEE AND 'SUGARS,
II THE BEST BRANDS. All atticlel Eold at the lota et
LI %SU prices, gnat WARgiANTID TO GIVE SATI,FACTION. [fe.s
gy & T. GROUTT, Importers of Brandies,
Cy • Gin, Witt, &e. Dor,lort, in nnk.-
Whisky, E'vah and Appla Brandy; also RECTIFIERS
AND DISTILLEILR, corner ut SmITHTELI) and FRONT
Streets, Pittsburgh. Ps. - , .
4•, 1 En 1.1 q). E. 4
.r :korc Coupon s
PITTIP.I I R(4II. PA
N r~ mr ~,r a,a,.
Cap'. A. Craig, of Kittanning, having resigned the
. Superintendent of the Allegheny Valley
Railroad, Dr. G. W. Reynolds, of Leechburg, has
been (Joined by the Board. Capt. C. nas been an ef
ficient, fictive and popular officer. To a good busi
ness capacity, he added industry and attention to
duo,. Undttr his superintendency the road has been
wol managed, and we doubt not his successor will
give as general satisfaction to the people as has been
given by Capt. Craig. Dr. R. is said to be a man of
superior business habits, and wo trust that under his
in,tna4ement the Allegheny Valley Railroad may
come fully up to the desires of those who have fa
vored that needed enterprise Mr. James White
hill, of Hanover township, Beaver county, was
crushed in a most shocking manner on Wednesday
morning of last week, by a log which he was hauling
to the sawmill becoming dit :Hied from the sled and
rolling over 1-im. Ile lived only about four hours
.lames Britt:tin, a: New Brighton, has received the
ppointment of Stewart of the Poet- [louse of Boa-
Jovment ~f lto:ticr county, by the Board of Direc
ors, or the ,:lisniug year ...... ...The New Brighton
(itnt--: says : Friday lost, :it about 5 o'clock P.
ii., a loud and pr0,0n,.; ,,, 1 r t was heard in this
• ici nity, followed by an uninoidl shock. It was not
iko any thing we ever heard. It is supposed by
nany that it was either a shock of an earthquake or
he „ p i es ion of a meteor. From persons in the
unto, a 13 leers that the shook was more severe there
in in town ...... ...The circular fox hunt, will take
cc on :he 27th February, '5B. Commencing at
ti station, and running cast on the Railroad to
le [leaver Creek (near the bridge), thence south
~,poon's will, thence west to Jacob Nicely's,
place of beginning An adjourned court
sill he held in Beaver next week, commencing on
ruesday the 22d inst . On Friday the 12th inst.,
a :mull girl, about the ago of eleven years, daughter
of Samuel Lytle, of Dry Run, near Monongahela
ity, got horribly burned, from the effects of which`
,he died on Sunday 'morning about 2 o'clock. She
and some other children were in a room by themseves
engaged at play, when her clothing by some means
caught fire and there being no adult persons in
hearing, th-y literally burnt of her body. Mediee
aid was immediately procured, but all to no purpose.
The Cosmopolitan Art Astmelatioh.
The Direetors of this Association are out in ~
n which they state that no legal proceedings of any
tint exist against the Association. They ask the
ttnltitienee and cn.operotion of members, assuring
hem that all magazines subscribed f r will be mailed
t o soon as possible after receiving the name and sub
eription, and will be furnished promptly throughout
he year. We publish the cord below :
A r' , ,d T e differenee heretofore existing he
iveeit the Co,inevolitan Att Assooiati4 , n and Oak
mith Co.. l'ublishers of Emerson's Magazine and
hitr MaPthly, have twee cabs aetorily arranged,
ml all hereiiii re preeeeilings at law are withdrawn.
)ok. with A. Co. i; :heir M vane for the
iisr to all whose nittrie:4 wont handed iu
t ii i dv the Asiciciation previous to the 16th of
anuary ult., while (hit As ociatiurt acknowlodgei.itind
asuwes the respon,ibility of delivering the Maga
we to all other eubseribers on their books who have
hoses, or way hereafter choose, the monthly named.
The, Association acknowledges that .their
ions regurdiug the responsibility of Oaksmith & Co ,
ad Emerson's Magazine and Putnam's Monthly,
wore untirely unfounded ; and Clakaraith Sr. Co., ac
knowledge the payment in fall for 905 subscribers,
as per lists handed in previous to the 16th of Janu-
_n earnest bf a mutat good will and understanding,
o reiTective parties authorize the publication of
o.mis.viTn & Co.,
übli.:•thers of Emersm's Magszina and Putnam's
C. L. DERRY,
Aotuary Croon.politan A-rt Association
\e c Youu, February 10, 18.55.
Last week, while one George Smith, in pursuance
his avocation of school teacher at Perrysville was
endeavoring to enforce order in his school room, he
was assailed by several of the larger scholars of tho
'heel, and received severe injuries from inkstands,
hooks, rulers, slates and other missiles which wore
Thrown at him. Several of the large! female scholars
!fink on active part in the melee. As soon as ho was
.able, a consultation was held with the school direc
tors, and it was decided to sue the ringleaders for as
,aulit and battery. The teacher, whose name is Geo.
Smith, came to the city and made information before
Ald. Donaldson against seven of the scholars who
took a prominent part in the assault_ Five of these
.v„re boys and two of them girls. Warrants were
issued for their arrest. Mr. Smith states that this
-ichool has been in a state of insubordination for some
•iine, and that it 4911; only with the greatest difficulty
31) had been able to enforee the rules. If these
oung mutineers are punished, there will he less dith
Or,. 11 ter
Dlr. Prentice's Lecture
Mr. (fee. D. Prentice, of the Louisville "Journal"
lectured at Lafayette Hall on Saturday night. His
subject was " The present aspect and tendencies of
A tnerican Politics," and we must confess that ho did
not give us a single new idea. The only striking
Fea.ture in the lecture, aside from its tendency to one
point, the decay of our nation, and the inevitable die.
elution of the Union, was the shower of squibs which
;he speaker poured out amongst his audience—these
,ittio flashes, of wit we see every day in his paper.—
We are sorry that the Lecture Committee of the Li
t,rary Association do not select lecturers less strongly
ringed with a partizan spirit, or if they do select thew
that they do not exercise a judicious authority over
the subjects chosen by them to entertain their audi
ence. This Association expects and receives the sup
port of the public) generally, without regard to politics
or religion—its basis is entirely literary, and we hope
,hat in future the Committee entrusted with the duty
,f a electing lecturers will choose:subjects of a character
that will not conflict with the political or religious
views of any portion of our citizens.
Mr. R. P. Flonnikon, who acted as counsel fur
u:sr-e Stewart on his trial, started for the State
Capital on last Friday evening, taking with him all
rho petitions which have so far been signed, asking
axetutive clemency towards Stewart. It is said that
the petitions measure over one hundred and fifty feet
in length, and contain about four thousand signa
tures. About two hundred of the vigners reside in
, be vicinity of McKeesport. A number of other pe
titions are yet in circulation which will be forwarded
[o the Governor as soon as filled. We hoard it ru
mored on Saturday that a gentleman hul justreturn.
!,1 from Ilarrisburg, who had a conversation with
Governor Packer, concerning Stewart, in which the
,vernor intimated that he would not permit Stew , .
art to be executed at present. The matter yeast soon
:do decided, as Stewart has but a short time to live
unless he is respited or pardoned.
Deriliah Act.—On Tuesday night last, a valuable
terse belonging to William Perkins, ti q., County
`ommissioner, while standing quietly in front of Bal
oetine's storo, in the borough of Temperancoville,
~here the gentleman had stopped for a few moments
on 1118 way home, was cut by some devil in human
.thape in the forehead, inflicting n deep gash of about
or seven inches in length. Mr. Perkins did not
inn-ever the wound until Wednesday morning, when
m attempting to lead the animal of the stable, ho
daggered and almost fell. As will bo remembeied,
Tuesday night was very cold, and the poor brute must
have endured groat pain with the sharp wind blowing
into such a gash. Mr. P. has not been able to use
aim since, and it is yet doubtful whether death will
not ensue from the injury. The tun who could in
diet such a cruel wound on an inoffensive, unrcsist
ng nni n il, would nut stop to cut his fellow's throat
le is tiang,srou , to society at large, and if arrested
ve trust will he punished with the utmost rigor of
Paper EBtabliehmera.--We direct the attention of
ur readers to the card of Messrs. J. M. Perkins
Co., in another column of this paper. This ostab
li-Mment heretofore carried on under the names of
& Perkins, has been dissolved by Mr. Shee re
t i r ing from the firm. Messrs. Perkins & Cu. have
removed from their old stand on the corner of Penn
& Irwin 9 treets, to No. 125 NVood street. They are
..ow prepared to furniyh everything in their line, of
quality at rea-nnablo pricos. (live them
(14rIt Howie, Louißrille. 7 -We call the attention 01
le traveling public to the card of this well known
miss. It is decidedly one of the best houses in the
ouetry. It will be seen by the card in another col.
mn that it is now under the euporintondenea of A.
'erooltmorton, Esq., and he is so well known that it
mist command its lull share of patronage. The price
,f board has been reduced from two and a half to
wo dollars a day.
Taken the Veil.—The following young ladies took
(he veil at the feast of St. Scholastica, in the chapel
of St. Mary's, last week: Sister Mary Ambrose,
Miss Mary Curran); Sister Mary Achion, (Miss
Maria Clarke); Sister Mary Appolonia, (Miss Joanna
1,"aily); Sister Mary Sebastian. (Miss Sarah Gilles
ply); Sister Mary Eulalio, (Miss Felicia Dchatn);
Sister Mary Cyril, (Miss Mary Clarke); Sister Mary
Nolasco, (Miss Amelia Kratzer).
An Accomotlntion A 611101.h:1g Car has just been
placed on one of the trains on the Pennsylvan a
Railroad. This will be a great convenience for the
levers of the fragrant weed ; as they have hitherto
been obliged to forego the luxury of a cigar—or, at
best, to puff away under difficulties.
Oil Thursday, one of the turnkeys in the jail ub-
Fervod a man named Williams in the ant of handing
something -through the bars. Ho had several times
r,:yuested him nut to do - so, but, as these warnings
did not avail, ho was arrested and taken before
Alderman Lewis, who lined him $5.
Steinruck, Wood street, continues to keep the) very
choicest eating. Ilis restaurant hbs now become
quite a resort fur merchants and others who want
something to eat.
McCreary, the young man committed to jail charged
with committing highway robbery on James G. Mug
tin, has been released, on bail in the sum of $1,500
bring entered for him.
Nayor'a Oflice.—There were six common els"s at
the May ,r's office on Saturday , morning. Two paid
their glues and four were outwitted.
The Kelly Caee.—On Saturday, the Kelly case
came up for argument before Judge McClure. Messrs.
Reward and Snowden asked for subptenas for Valen
tine Fehl and John C. Smith. They stated that they
would prove by them mon that written communica
tions had been given to the jory, after the conclu
sion of the case and previous to their verdict. They
thought the verdict shout„ be set aside on this ground.
The judge informed the Warned counsel that inasmuch
as they had shifted their t;round alledging improper
interference, instead of misconduct of jurors, as first
changed, the matter would he deferred until next
Sentenced.—William Maxwell, convicted of lar
cony on oath of William Anderson, was sentenced on
Saturday. Thi3 is the man who drugged the liquor
of Mr. Anderson and then abstracted from his
pocket $2O. The prisoner said he was in bad health
and requested to be sent to jail, but the Judge re
fused. saying he would be 'more likely to recover in
the Penitentiary than in jail. He was accordingly
sentenced to a term of two years in the Penitentiary,
whore it is hoped, under the treatment of Dr. Pol
luck, he may soon regain his usual health.
Run Over.—On Friday afternoon a man named
Anthony Smith was walking on th pavement in the
Diamond, in Allegheny City, when a wagon heavily
loaded with lumber passed along, when one of the
horses attached to the wagon stumbled and fell
against him; he was knocked down in front of the
wagon, and before the team could be stopped one of
the wheels passed over his log. Singularly enoug,h,
no bones were broken, although he was considerably
Ia the Court of Common Pleas on Saturday, Mr
Mahon asked for a reversion of an order of court in
the case of an alleged horse thief named Eli Hanna,
whose recognizance was forwarded. It seems that
Hanna is in jail in Crawford county on a charge of
forgery, and of course it was impossible for him to
be present at this court at the time of hi; trial. The
court declined recinding the order in this case until
the close of the term.
Larceny.—John Graham yesterday made informa
Lion before Mayor Weaver against Pat. Rooney,
charging him with larcery. Graham states that on
Saturday night he and Rooney had been out togeth
er, and indulging pretty freely, Rooney took hin and
put him to bed in the back office of Patterson's livery
stable. In the morning he found himself minus some
eighteen dollars, which he charges Rooney with steal
ing. Rooney was committed to jail to await his trial
at the next term of court.
Adjournment of the Court of Oyer and Terminer.—
On Friday the petit jury which has been in attend
ance on this Court and the Court of Quarter Sessions,
was notified that their services would not he required,
and the Court stands adjourned uutil the fourth Mon
day of March. Judge M'Cluro will sit this week to
attend to the business of the Court of Common Pleas,
which will probably occupy some• time, as there is a
forge number of cases on the list.
Acrident.—Wo learn that on Friday afternoon last,
a young Indy was standing on the track of the Penn
sylvania Railroad at Altoona, in conversation with a
friond on a train standing there, when another train
came up. She was knocked dawn and thrown under
the train, which passed over her legs, crushing them
to a jolly and almost severing them from her body.
The Mayor and the Railroad.—We understand that
the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad
Company have levied writs upon Mayor Weaver and
Rubeert Hague, Chief of the Police, requiring them
to show cause why they attempt to prevent the Com
pany from taking their track across Penn street.—
The writs are made returnable on next Monday the
first day of March.
The Pittsburgh Theatre.—Mr. Owens appeared for
the second time this season last evening, in his two
side splitting representations of Paul Pry and Solon
Shingle; in the latter character be has no equal.
Ile appears this evening as Dr. 011apod, in the
'• Poor Gentleman." The farce of the " Miseries of
Iluman Life " will also be presented.
Arrested for Snow Balling.—Four buys wore ar
rested on Monday night for throwing snow balls at
sleighs in the street. They were kept in the watch
honse all night, and in the morning Mayor Weaver
lined them $3 each—warning them that next time
they should 'oe sent to jail.
The case of William Steinberg was called up again
on Saturday. Witnesses were examined on both
sides, but they did not seem to help the case much,
and at the request of counsel, sentence was deferred
lloy'g &glans and Sack Coats.—Gents. Frock and
:Lck Over tests, Raglans &c., and a full Stock of
'inter OloVci:"Gauntlets, Mufflers, Scarfs and Shawls
‘r Mon and Boy's, still on hand at Carnaghan's Fed
al Street, Allegheny. Cash Buyers will and the
:ices an inducemem.
e GreateHt Invention of the Age.--The
Excelsior Shingle 111111.•-Who Wants to
Get. Rich? Everybody?
Then let everybody pay a visit to the Great Wegtorn
larking Mills, on the corner of Marbury street and
I)uquesne wary, and see the Excelsior Mill make
sixty perfectly-formed shingles in one minute. But
o would advise anybody wishing to secure tho
ins of rapidly accumulating a fortune, to ca!l
we are disposing of Shop, Township, Coun-
Territorial rights almost as fast as we
in draw .1 • We have, as yet, some val
ible rights Or 1 C —l3crefore, ye who would at
'me future roll 1 , • i i carriages, had better
We do not ask any one to n v.) • un til after he
a 9 thoroughly examined the mil , , perfectly un
urstands the principles upon whica it is con-
The beat evideuce we can give of the great value
of this machine, is the work it performs.
The shingles made by it are more perfectly and
heautifully formed, and command a much higher
price from dealers than those made in any other
The public aro respectfully invited to call and see
the machine in operation at the above named place.
The Proprietors can always be found at the E.
Nicholas Hotel, corner of Grant and Fourth strue
JENKINS, lITT & LYNCH
ow's BROWN WINDSOR SOAP,
COLGATE'S PALM SOAP,
GLENN'S WHITE WINDSOR Son',
And a variety of Soaps, both plain and fancy, for
CHARLES H. SUPER'S DRUG STORE,
Corner of Penn and St. Clair street
THE- SUCCESS WHICH ATTEND 4 the me of Pa.
1108TETTEIN OELlin kTED S TOAIACII BITTEILM t•V i rice,- at
once its virtues in all cases of &minty and diSe:l9o of the
ti.tomoch. Certificates almost withont nmulter have been
attretting its almost miraculous p twer in ninety
tug those painful and fearful diseases. And at this time it
1,,119 idle to do more than call attention to the great reme
dy of the ego, in order to awaken public attention to its ex
cellence. It is the only preparation of the kind that is reli
able in all cases, and it is therefore worthy of the consider
ation of the afflicted. The BITTEIti are pleasant h, the taste,
agreeable in their effects, mid altogether valuable tl9 a tonic
or remedy for indigestion.
For sale by druggists and dealers generally, everywhere
and by IIOSTETTER &
Manufacturers and Proprietors,
OAK LEATHER BELTING.-1623 fee,
of 3,5, 6, 9 and 12 inch.:s wide, j u,t received by
J. A 11. PHILLIPS,
fo7B 26 and 28 St. ("lair street.
LACE LEATHER—Another lot of a supe
rior quality, just received by
fels J. 6; LI PHILLIPS.
(AIL CLOTH TABLE COVERS —5O doz.
assorted div, , s of a enporior qa tli•y on and, at 25
and 2s St. Clair street LtelB . l .1. & 11. PIM.' PS
TRANSPARENT GREEN OIL CLOTH.
—A. large stock of all widths, for sa.e by
J. & H. PHILLI 'S.
LBS. India Rubber Packing, mix
500k, od and plain, for sale by
fIIS J. & 11. PHILLIPS.
FOOT BALLS—Just received another lut
of tissortoll Pi 7.03, at the India Itabber Depot, of
J. & II PHILLIPS,
Il S 211 and St. 'I a r stre
ATTE ACTION 13
The immense stcsit of Silks, Shawls, and Pine Dregs 0 o , mis,
also a con plete selection of Furnishing Goods, and a lartte
and varied line of Domestics, have again been reduced in
price, at the store rf A. A. MASON & CO.,
fa No. 2.5 Fifth street.
FOR RENT.—A desirable c mintry res
dunce, two miles from the city.
A two story dwelling house on Ross street
A two story house on Duquesne street.
A three story house on Third street,.
A three story house on Wylie street.
Two small houses in Splaue's court.
fe4 8. ovran
YE FLOUR.-30 sacks just received al
for rale by ffel7 . l HENRY 11. COLLINS
DRY APPLES.-50 bush. Dry Apples
sale by [fen] HENRY 11. COLLINS
riOOS-3 bbh/.. this day,ICe7WV received and for
`4 80e by f fen' - H 0111:1
A lot of new Expansion Skirts. Just opened at
fo 6 JOS. 1101INE'P, 77 Mark. t street
PURE Wines and Liquors carefully selected
for medicinal pnrpeaee, constantly on hand at
f.lb Corner Market Btre,st and Diamond.
EGGS. -5 bble. Eggs just received and for
Bale by MoCANDLESS, MEANS t Cil ,
(e2O Corner Wood and Water etreJte.
Will.TE BEANS.-10 bags small whi
Beans, received and for sale by
fe2o Corner Wo - d and Water streets.
( - illgASE.—White Grease for Wagons, Om
! albums, Carte, Draye, Dania eita t Ate., in barrels and
kW, fiX Y EL 00111118
V' a 1".V813131.1.45 BOARD We' rritAmr. Aup
C. HANTS , It: ~CIIANO i.
P. R ❑an: 'l', le[,
ISAIAII DICKEY, V. P.,
W. W. MILK, DAVID IM'CANDLESS
JoIIN FLEMING, JAMES GARDINER.
.10V1 tEtIiTS ti OCEAN ST EARIERS
. ......... ... _
i•:•liuburg New York Glasgow...
Arabia New York Liverpool.
City oi Raltintore.Now York LiverpOA.
:Aar of the West-New York Aspinwall
r. 'agora _Boston Liverpool Feb. 24
Indian Portland Liverpool Feb. 27
Borussia New York IlamlAirg March 1
City of Waalit'u...New York .... —Liverpool March 4
Northern Light... New York Aspinwall March 9
altimiire_Liverpool New York__
!Niagara ..........._.Liverpool Boston
Baltic. Liverpool New York....
Arago Havre New York....
Eity of Waal - len...Liverpool New York....
Anglo Saxon Liverpool Portland, &c,
tilatigow Glasgow New York....
Hammoni Hamburg...... New York....
ILr:f 1l y ll,ported by ,TOSEPO SNOWDEN, Superintendent of
the Merchants' Exehange.
PITTHEUEGO, February 20, 1858.
FU It... The mat ket i. firm ; wiles from More 200 bids at
for .oJperllue, $3,50 for extra and $4,37@155 for extra
ftmily ; 100 bblB. at $l, $1,50 and ..rti for the three grudoi,
and 50 bids. extra and extra family at $4.33 and $4,87.
lIRAIN...ilaleB 260 bush Oltti from wharf at 27 . 1 ,4 ; 150
rush. do. at 3'c. r bush.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR...SaIes 1000 lbs. from Elton, at $1,30
111,50 0 100 lbs.
C_lt 30 14181 t. from ,tore at 60c.1 4 , boob.
HUl:rt.:lt—Sales 3U Ib3. prime roll from storo at 14%
AS 10 eaalis SAIL it terms kept private
t•LIGA It... Sale 7 (Pb prime N. 0. at -0 lb.
y„,,,. F,.b r i la cy 211—NoHn—St. ckH dnll. Sterling
hinge dull at 1U9 1 ,.; 1 0n1u9:,1,i Chicago and Ruck Inland
Ceti ral Bun& A; La erosHe and !AiNaukiu
!.',; Michigan Seutheru 264; Reading 62; Galena and
icago 93 , , , i; Erie 221; Cleveland and Toledo, 4VA,:; Mil
Luk, and Miasis ippi 38 1 4: Canton Curnpany 24 1 4 Miaaorari
h 7 7, . Virginia 6's 91%; Cleveland, Columbus and Ciu
eiit nat.; 9d; Cumberlan t Coal 19% N. Y. Central 86%; Penn
sylvania Coal 73.
Erening.—Stocks higher. Chicago and flock island 78%;
La 0r05...) and Milwatikie 11% N. Y. Central 86%; Pennsyl
vania Co il 73; Reading OM; Mich. Southern 26 1 4 Galena
and Chic Igo Erie 3-04 Clovelan I and Pittsburgh 15%;
Canto.. Cotnpan 25; Missouri Ws 84; Tenn es 88.
bush sold. Curu gab tat 69@i70c for white and 1.18©70c ter
yellow Chicago beef quotes 2fic lower. Lard quiet. Bacon
111 !IL but lower. limns 81443%. Shoulders tPA@Q I , - ,.
.11,1;u, active at 12418 e fin Ohio. 31 ilaisnes quotes higher,
and holders demand a Furth: r advance; sales at 33c. but at
the close 35c was detuanled. Linseed Oil has declined 1c;
sales at 58ar..59c. Tallow lira, at 11c. Freights drooping.
CINCINNATI, February •29. Flour um•hanged. Whisky
173si. flogs Cc, dull; 10L10 arrived today. Provisions dull,
more I's than buyers of Mess Pork at $l6; of hulk Pork
at 5 1 :-; 7!.;', for Shoulders and Sides; of Pacon COA cad
014, and of Mud at there is not ninth done; the market
cleses dull at cul unsettled.
FIAILY SALES AT NO. 54 FIFTH ST.
L." At the new Commercial Sales Rooms, No. 54, Fifd
variety, suited fur the trade and cowmen, from a large
stock altieli is constantly repliwthilied with fresh coupign-
Inents, that must be ci.sod forthwith.
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M.,
bry 00,04 and fancy nrticl.c,cotnprising nearly everything
needed in the line fur personal and family use; table cut
iery ; lutrtitv,u 0 ; clothing; boots and ;theca, ladies ware,
AT 2 O'CLOCK", M.,
VALUABLE STOCKS AT AUCTION.-
On TUESDAY EVENINO, February 23 , 1, 1858,a VA
at the Commercial Sales Rooms, Nu. 54 Filth street,
will bo sold:-
3U Shares Bank of Pittsburgh.
3d do M. M. Bank of Pittsburgh.
S do Mechanics' Bauk.
IU do Citizone' Bank.
10 do Iron City Bank. •
21 do Allegheny Bauk.
P. M. DAVIS. Auctioneer.
CHARLES W. LE Vi ALDERMAN,
And Lx-Officio Justice of the Peace,
OFFICE UN THE CORNER OF WYLIE
A• I) IIFTiI STREETS.
An business connected with this Mike will be att. udod to
,:th promptness Conveyances ut all kinds done with legal
iicuracy—Auch as Leeds, Mortgages, Bonds, Powers of At-
Titles to Real Estate examined.
To the members of the Bar ho ten !er. his services as Com
mis inner to take Depositiou't to be read in the several Courts
this State, and elsewhere. Llis Wilco is one of the main
Police Stations of the city; and consequently his facilities in
e,ocuting business of that kind aro very desirable. Lfelitly
W. W. WALLACE'S
STEAM MARBLE WORKS.
A Large and Beautiful Stock always on Hand
And Made to Order.
OWNERS OF PROPERTY, CONTRAC•
TORS AND OTHEaS, are invited to call and exam
iiie oar stick of MARBLES, as we are peisunded that but
Uw persons in the community LOU: aware of the low prices
t whien we are selling MANTELS, A good, plain, Marble
Mantel coats but little, if any, more than a good Wood Mau
1, whilst it is always neat, is as ornament to a room, and
milks a Wood Mantel) is not liable to take tire,
MONUMENTS, TABLETS AND GRAVE STONES al
ays on hand.
VASIISTANDS AND FURNITURE TOPS, AND IM
SING eTONhS mSdu to order by machinery. Marble of
li.nds sold kW to the trade.
lor stock is the largest iu the West. Is manufactured by
rhinery and will be sold at the lowest prices.
W. W. WALLACE,
Nes. 312 321 and 323 Liberty street,
LOW . ti HONEY Soot
, 61 itarket at
W. El WILLIAMS
JOf UP I-1 81 , 7 0 Wll EN
To SA IL
LEAVE FOR DAYS.
Boabth. ice Liverpool ,Feb 10
. New York Llavaria and N. 0.... Feb. 12
.Now• York Liverpool Feb. 13
1 3 11"I`S1YUM411 I.IIAILKET
s ; - ,t) b0.x4,4 NV. It. at 9;G 11 N.
sr< V...SAI e •R :14 HO 1. Roctitit.d llt 2042,21 c. gallon
New York: Stuck Market
New York Market
w February closed firm; 1800 bales
Flour firm; sales 10 500 bbls. Wheat dull; 3500
CI ncinnati Market
very work day, are hold public sided of goidii iu all
tlt.thohi and kitchen furniture, new and secoud-hand
and b e dding ; carpets; elegant iron stout, China ware
es; cts , king utensils; groceries, Ate.
Al` 7 O'CLOCK, I'. M.,
cy articles: watches; clucks; jewelry; musical inetx.
;Ls; guns; eluthiug; dry goods; boots and ohlk,tl book
iouery„kc. ;seBl P. it. DAVIS. Amor. .1
Plaster, Cement and Grindstones
DLASTER PARIS, Rr Stucco Work, etc.
CEMENT, h_r Cisterns, Fire Walls, etc. UPJNU.
:•TilN FS, II sizes and best quality, for Fanners and Me.
hanics, a• :119 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pi.
fel2:Ln W. W. WALLACE.
THE SEASON ADVANCES, AND.CHES
.L TER has determined not to in, caught with a large
stock to cart y over 11e how, thereto determined to cies,
mt the balance of his stn k of Gentlemen's and Boys' Win
( r Clothing, at the surd legit possible margin above cost.
:‘ow is the time to obtain bargains. The stock embraces
, verythii ' e• usually found in a first-chess city Clothing and
Alta chantTailuring establishment
CHF:STEWS GOTlllai HALL,
Cr., Wood streut and Diamond Alley.
We study to please. ja2l
prime article of No. 1 Lard, in
barrels and kegß, just received and for sale by
McUANDLESS, MEANS & CO.,
1a2.1 Corner of Wood and Water streets.
WALL PAPERS! WALL PAPERS!!
WALL PAPERSIII—W. P. MARSHALL A CO.
are preparing fur Immense gale of Wall Paper this spring.
owe and et Weed atreet.. tel
T I 4 . GGS.--6 bbls. fresh Eggs, just rec'd and
. . for sale by JAMBS A. FETZER,
f. , 10
itTIME FOR ALL THINGS.—Now is
toe time to buy Shoes of every descriptam cure'
We are Madrona to clear out our winter stuck, which cool
prima Cleats', Ladies', Mi,ses', Youth's and Childress' Wear.
Itemeinher the place, " The Pooplee' Shee Stare," No. 17
rMb street, near Market
Corner Market and dirt sire.-ts
CIIEAP BOOTS AND SHOES-
Now is the time to buy BOOTS AND SLIOES
r .;REATLY REDUCED PRICFka,
AT TOE CITE 1P CASLI STORE OF
.1. 11. BORLAND,
fol 3 No OR Marko , street. two doors from Fifth.
EO. R. WHITE & CO., having complet
ed their Wllllllll i [lcon tory, and radii-ell the cost price
"1 their goods, will hell their wesont stuck at a further
reduction of prigs. Jail
VA MEG ATED SOAP.-25 boxes Varie
gated Soap received, and for sale cheap, by
JAMES A. FETZER,
fell) Corner Market and First streets.
60 bags for sale by 8..%. FAIINESTOOK & 00,
de.c2 er,rner W.. 041 rind Sixth atreota.
UUCKWHIAT FLOUR-40 sacks prime
article. for gale by 18281 HENRY H COLLINS
fIORN.-64 sacks oar Corn for sale by
delP VETZUIL 89 Water .treat
DOTATOES.-392 sacks Neshannock Po
tatoes, arriving on the steamer R. F. 1 . F1148, and for sale
by JAS. A. FETZER, •
felo Corner Market and First etre( ta.
-- -- • • --
ONIONS. -7 sacks Onions, just received
and for aide by JAS. A. FETZER, ,L
89 Water street. I
MUST EDUCE THE STOCK.--In order'
to reduce our stock before the opening of the Spring
Tradewe will continue to sell at the EXTII.EII.ELY LOW
PRICES our awls are now marked at.
de3o • jeg. BORNE, 77 Martel atra*t.
LOVERSEED.-25 sacks just received
kJ and for sale by Hall HENRY H. COLLINS fel6
76 sacks choice Buckwheat Flour, C,r sale by
JAMES A. FETZER.
fel° Corner Market and First strr-ptii. I
9[MMOTHY SEEP.-15 sacks received, and BUTTER. -1 barrel fresh Roll received and
for sale by 1f6151 HENRY H. OOLLINS. I JLI for We by Valhi HENRY H. COLLINS.
The fine steamer QUAIL Elt CITY, Captain
McDarans—Clerk, SAMUEL COOLEY—will leave
for the above, and al , It.termediate ports, on
For freight or passage, apply on b nnl fol
The splendid flow light dr aught steamer PO
LAND, Capt. K. GRACES. Will leave for the above
and Lutermedi , .te ports cu SATURDAY, th+
28th haat, at 4 o'clock P. M.
For freight or passage apply ou board
The flue passenger steamer CLIFTON, will
leave for the above and alt intermediate ports,
on W EDNESDAY, at 10 A. M.
or freight or passage apply on board, or to
el 6 FLACK, BARNES & CO., AgNitx.
For Cincinnati and Louisville.
JOHN TOMPKINS, RAY, Msterrit
The new, light draught passenger packet,
TO9IPKI NS, Ray, Master, will leave for
tr—.---trithe above and intermediate ports, TillS (Wed.
uesday) MORNING, the 18th inst., at 10 o'clock A. M.
For freight or passage, apply on board, or to
A. 0 McGREW. Agent,
No. 80 Water street.
For Memphis and New Orleans.
The fine passenger steamer ALMA, Capt.
ROBINSON, wib leave for the above and all in
termediate porta, on SATURDAY, at 4 F. M.,
For freight or passage apply ou boafd, or to
Ja2 , l FLACK, BARNES S CO., Agent,
.J an. 27
For Pittsburgh and Zanesville.
The steamer PORTUNE, Captain W. RENO-
Clerk J. F.J
AcusJN—will leave for the above
and all intermediate ports, on THURSDAY,
December 17th, at 4 o'clock, P. M.
For freight and passage apply on board, or to
POWELL A MOODY, 97 First St.,
or A. 0. M'GREW, 85 Water street.
For Marlette and Zanesville.
an+ The steamer EMMA (MAHAL% Capt. ilum
intermediate'"ATß ,nplolrtir onvo
TUESDAY, above and at
4 o'clock, F. 51.
For freight or paooage apply on board
saZtatThe light draught, fast running passenger
packet lOWA, Mucus, Master. will leave tor
the above and all intermediate ports, on SAT
IIItDAY, the 6th lust., at 4 o'clock P. M.
For treight or passage, having superior accomodatious,
apldy on bard, or to lIAIIUY A McGILEIV, Agents,
104 Corner First and Ferry streets.
B T Y YES-
WARRANTED, CAN BE HAD AS LOW
N TILE COUNTRY, AT
2 WALL'S, F urth ntre,,t.
WALL'S PICTURE GALLERY.
M. C. WALL lIAS TAKEN TII
third floor of Jouute New Building, adjoining the
Nlecnunies' Bank, Fourth street, for au AMBitOTYPENB
PIIGTOURAPGICI GALLERY; and having fitted up the
room in a style unsurpassed, invites his friends and the pub
lic to visit his establishment.
His Reception Room, he has no hesitation iu saying, has
not its superior anywhere, for size, beauty of furniture and
appointments generally; and his Operating Rooms, bring
on the same door, are entered immediately through it.
in his Operating Room., the must improved combined
side and sky lights give a facility for taking a finished Pic
ture, in the least possible time, that ho thinks cannot fail to
make his establishment the resort of all persons of taste.
Mr. %Vail's experience us an Artist, is u guarantee to his
patrons that none but good Pictures will be permitted to
leave his premises.
The public, and the Ladies especially, aro uvlied to view
his rooms, and examine specimens. feb:lw
AT NO. 60 MARKET ST.,
Where can be seen the largest collection of
SPECIMENS, EVER EXHIBITED LN THIS CITY.:
Prnsurin wishing Piaui-et:l thouhselve4 or friends
o lu , ,itotl to call and oxandue boforo wAtiug okiewltore, as
WE WARRANT PICTURES
Iluperlor to auy that can be obtaiuod west of the atotuttatua
R. M. CARGO & CO.,
illuotographers and Ana brotypists,
NEW YORK GALLERY,
S. W. cor. of Market street and Diamond, Pitt-dugh
-PELIOES TO SUIT ALL tuyl9:ll
WYKES' GALLERY OF ART,
TO. 60 MARKET STREET.-PICTURES
1:14 taken at this Gallery by a new and improved proces.,
giving the natural color of the hair, eyes, dress and complex
ion. They are acknowledged by all who have examined
them to bo far superior to any pictures eve, exhibited in this
city. Citizens and strangers are invited to call and examina
his large collections of specimens. His Gallery being on the
second floor, is easy of access.
N. B.—Pictnree of Children taken in two Eviconds, at No.
(Jo Market street.
tuy27:tfis E. S. WYKES, Artist.
GALLERY CORNER OF TIIIRD AND hIARKET STREETS,
Entrance on Third street.
Citizens and Strangers desiring AMBRCYFYPES, executed
m the highest degree of artistic beauty and perfection, can
be accommodated at abort notice by calling at
NELSON'S WELL KNOWN GALLERY,
Prices One Dollar and upward. ap29:ly2d
NEW DAGUERREAN AND AMBROTYPE
fll Tll STREET, NEARLY OPPOSITE THE POST-OFFICII
it 3.. t'ICTUItES taken in all the various styles, in a
A... Aber, and warranted to please, at reasonable rates.
ta,. Sick or deceased portions taken at their reeidence.
LARD OIL.—We have commenced manu•
factoring Lard Oil, and w II be plea,mi to receive or
...re for it. We will warrant it equ.d to any Oil in the mar
ket. We will fill barrels returned when desired.
B. C. & J. H. SAWYER,
fo' 8 N.,. V; W.o.l.tramf
MEATSFOOT OlL.—Neatefoot Oil, in
1,1 quantities to suit purchasers, on Uaud and for Bale 1,3
a O. & J. H. SAWYER,
1,18 No. 47 Wood street.
A.URE PALM OIL SOAP.—Pure Pain
Soap, only 15 cents a bar, a sure cure for chappet
,ands, for sale in quantities to suit purchasers, by
f 18 B. U. & J. Li. SAWYER.
DIVFENBACIINIR & CO
For N ashy Me
For St. Louis.
11 00n.r., IlLY,ter
A BEAUTIFUL AND DURABLE PICTURE,
AS AT ANY FIRSTCLA3i ESTABLIMIMENT
E. S. WYKES, Artist.
No. 70 Fourth stroot, mud
SKY AND SIDE-LIGHT
QO A PS.-
10 1000 boxes R013i13 Soap, in ‘ lb, 2lb and 3ID b , rs;
500 " No 1 Palm Soaps, in lb, 2lb and 3lb bar.
500 " Chemical Olive Soap, in lb lumps;
200 " Oleine Oxide " " "
250 6 ' German itt
200 " Castile " in 3lb bars;
50 " Pure Palm " in Ilb bars, on hau
and for sale by B. 0. b. J. H. SAWYER,
felB No. 47 Wood street.
JOAP POWDER.-50 boxes Soap Powder
of our own manufacture, warranted superior to any
offered for sale In this market, on hand and for sale by
1.18 B. C. A. J. H. SAWYER
MEW BEDFORD SPERM CANDLES.-
1.1 20 boxes assorted sizes, 4's, 6'e and ti'e, sperm C.Andles
.m band and for sale by B. C. BJ. SAWYER,
!el.B No. 47 Wood street.
4TAR CANDLES.--200 bxs. assorted sizes,
icy 4's, Ek's and Ws Adamantine Star Candlei, on hand and
for sale by B. C. & .1. H. SAWYER,
MS No. 47 Wood street.
T ADIES' SNOW BOOTS, Buffalo and Guru
1.,1 Overshoes, at the l'eopl& Shno Store, No. 17 Fifth
Greet. 1 ba9l DIFFB:II3.AOIJEkt k , 'O.
MILL FEED.-2000 lbs. Middlings, for
sale by JAMES A. FETZER,
89 Water street.
4 PP.LE S.- - -
30 barrels choice Rassett;
EkU " assorted Apples, received and for sale
JAMES A. YETZEIt,
89 Water street.
/11DER-2 bbla. received and for sale by
11 COI I Iti4
SWEET CIDER.-3 bble received this day
Price 20 cents "f gallon.
HAWORTEI, BRO.& BROWNLEE,
dol9 in the Dtaxaond
C IOSING OUT SALE.
Nearly 1000 Caaea and Packages of
Every description of DRY GOODS Belling a
Vrry low prices, at the store of
TARRANT'S SELTZER APERIENT.-
Another supply of this valuable medicine just receiv
Corner Diamond and Market street.
TTAIR DYES.—Batehelor's, Christadora's,
Woods' and WaterN Hair Dyes on hand and for sal4
Corner Diamond and Market street.
I ERFUMERY—Of descriptions and prices
can be bad at FLEMIN(I'S,
fele Corner Diamond and Marko' street
ANOTHER. supply of Low & Son's superior
London Toilet soaps received to•day, by
Corner Diamond and Market street.
PARISIAN TOOTH PASTE, prepared
under the supervision of Dr. Ifullihen, Surgeon Den
tut, for gale by JOS. BLEMI NG,
fel 6 Corner Diamond and Market ptreet.
MISS I IMBEILLY Lam AND Mexacurassa
J. 43 11.44 `LEY STAND MANAGED.
Boxee 50c. I Private Box, large $a 00
seeread .......15c. Privato Box, 5ma11...... 600
Colored (len,. 1.5 c. Colored Box
:?tr - ,4113 Set4tB In Privato Box, $1 Of).
Doors or,en st ti% 'clock. P
Box (Alice, fur stale of Tlcke
Great success of the unrivalled Comedian,
Qr. Mr. JOHN E. OWENS,
Who will appear this evening in his unequalled impersona
tion of DR OLLAPOD, in the sterling old English Comedy
eat tied the POOR GENTLEMAN.
MONDAY EVENING, February 22d, the performance will
commence with Colman's line old Comedy, in 6 acts, entitled
Fuv , ,rite DELliek , by
T. ttitelutle with the Farce, iu I act, entitled
NI !SERIF:A OF HUMAN LlFid.
inauitgewoot lhoting pureLa•atl the right to perform
the hichly ancee,,mtil and papular play of SELF, written by
Sire Bateman it alit he produced to-morrow evening; the
colehrah , l c”nir.dian, John lmons, parriouotitig the charac
•-- Mr. and Mit , B Kimberly the character of
The Beautiful Collection of Paintings,
INCLUDING TLIE EASTERN SLAVE
mARKET, CLEOPATRA, DEATH. OF LE.ANDER,
and the famous
CIRCASSIAN MODEL OF BEAUTY,
Aro now on Free Exhibition at the TONTINE lIOUSE,, No
U Third street . . Call eel eco thorn.
JY I 7 OEO. WEIN ECK, Proprietor.
JOHN W. IiVCARTHY,
w ILL ATTEND 10 THE POSTING
vv. and DISTRIBUTIN /of all kinds of
FOR UUNCkatlei EXTILDITIONB,
All communications either by mail, telegraph, or other
win‘—illrected to tn. oftico of tho 'lorning Post, will recoti,, ,
prompt attention; api
OHAti. LII.I3I2HILEYS, C. J. florntax, JOHN WRIGHT
Humphreys, Hoffman & Wright,
PROD ETC 1E ,°J CHE EIRA L.
:;.,ILTII WIT ARV 1.:6 A IbS NOBTlii WATER. EL,
U.,re Viuc zitrk,t,
It E Elt T(I
Comml,Thompson & Co,
Tlaarip.,n, Clark st
suer, pricy & CO.,
Caleb Cope & Co ,
Baroroft. Beaver A Co ,
Canby, Neville .4 Hughes,
E. LOWitl, Cashier and M. Bank,
Soli. U. Mitchell, Cashier Merch'a Bank
orris L. Hallowell &
.11cCutcheon & Collins,
John M. Kennedy & Co.,
Pickett, NI attume & Co.,
z.brewahury & Price,
W. IL Langley & Bons,
Lawrence & Mathias,
A 1) Bu lock & Co.,
W tf.JlllllOB SC Co.,
B.4galey, Ouagrove & Co.,
TERRA COTTA OR STONE
'or Sale Wholesale 8.0 Ills.nufacturera
1;0; 1 11MISSION IVIEFICHARdT,
AND VILIOLESALS lam Int IN
W. DIZIVCI:Et WOOD tl. n IdOOKIIIAD U. 1. In'CLSANI
WOOD, I.IIOOaIIEAD & CO.,
American Galvanized, Best Refined
COMMON SHEET IRON,
And Solo Agoot .or the Axle of W. DEWY'S WOOD:1'
VS are house, No. 134 First at., Pittsburgh.
7-4-ALL URI 'FIRS POlt ALV ANIZING will be promptly
stt, tided to at ti e Works. au2s
Burton SI. Perkins,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
NO. SO FOURTH STRr.S.T,
OLICIT Consign !Ili-II ts of any and every
J description of Meron.,,!. .tc,y goods sent to us for
.1:,0 will be attended to nith..u. delay, cud remittances lm
mediately made. Tnankful for past favors we solicit a con
130312LIAVITS HOLLAND BITTERS.—
Wc have reru-vod the inanufwAory of Bo3rhavo's Rolland
Bitters, to N 0.27 Wood strEAC—the haus° now occupied by
Julia Moorhead, Esq.
Until the first of April, our °ince will bo on tho second
r. I ja24l BENJ. PAGE,' JIL & CO.
bble. 76 and 96 per cent.
fur snlo by H. A. FALINESTOOK .1. 00.,
J , i2o Corner of First and Wood streets.
$750 WILL buy a new frame Dwelling
House of four rooms and Kitchen. Paling
in front, Bane Oven, etc. The lot WAS a front of 20 feet on
Monterey etreot, Allegheny, by 110 feet deep to an alley.
Trruni of paytnoat very easy. The house is now and in good
.print. F , T :vile by B. CUTEIBERT do SON,
J,14 51 Market street.
ED, WHITE AND BLUE.-500 boxes
Toilut Variegated Soap, assorted colors, In Lb., 34 !h.
. I,lj lb. cakes, on hand and for sale by
1,11 .s J. IL SAWYER
BUR.N LNG FLUID AND CA MPH EN E.—
A large supply of the-e ankles constantly on hand.
t ,5C wishing a Burning fluid, superior and cheaper than
au be had eisea here in the thy, can always procure it at
t JOb. FLEMING'S,
Corner Liamond and Market street.
.YI3,INGES.-1 have just received a supply
1,,j of :11attson's ,clobrat.ed ringed, pronounced to Da au
t: wr to may others now in WO. 7 hodn wishing anything
..1 tuts kind should cull and examine these before parches.
elsov.here. JO; PIP II FLEMIN
1t.9 Cormr Diamond and Market street.
[JACKED BUTTEII.-600 lbs. solid paok
ed Butter, received and for sale by
I , LOUR, GRAIN, AND ALL 6IND3 OP PRODUCE
Lias n•moved from 89 Water Erect, to the
Corner of Market and First streets,
A. A. MASON & 00
Na 25 Fifth street.
AM f SEMEN' S.
'erformanc comraoaco at 7
ti, opon from 10 to 3 o'clock.
TITE POOR GENTLEMAN.
Mr. John Owens.
Pl 3 LLADELPIIIA
From two to tlix inch calibre
ltltiE6 from 12 to SO limits per Foot
iNl' PROD UC.F. GENEIIALLY
No. 5 WOOD STRLIET, PITTSBURGH. LI,V
B RAT B 1)
''f Illui tiON
RUSSIA SHEET IRON,
CORRUGATED IRON, for Roofing;
SPIR ES, NAILS, and HOOP IRON.
JAB. A. FEELER, 89 Wood ertree
JAMES A. FETZER
U PER B. CARD. SODA.-200 kegs New
r a.ttle, for Bahr by
It. A. FAIINE2')CFC k CO
ir YOU WANT YOUR CLOTHING
MADE TO ORDER., CALL AT CHESTER'S.
A Willi:tut ussortinent of
CHESTER'S GOTIUO HALL,
Corner Ld . Wood street and Diamond alley.
on hand at
:quay to Ploaao.
bIA RUBBER BELTING.—A large
buck, all 1517.0 a, 2, 3 and 4 ply thick, at thb India Rub
bor 1 , .-pot, 26 mid 2.S St. Chic street.
AR CORN-130 saek. Ear Corn, justre
und for Bale by JAS. A. FETZER,
al Water street.
HONEY BEAN TOBACCO.— Another
supply of this celebrated Tobacco, just received by
Oorner Ditiasend and Market street
4;1E10E8, SEIOES, SllOES.—Tadies' Misses'
1.3 and Otilldrens' °Mune, Shoes, Gums, etc., cheap, al
tc. At.... S. 17 Wtttts .11,0 C. Dear market
ICARB. SODA.-10,000 pounds on hand
and for sato by B. 1. FAILYESTOOK ,k CO.,
1.4 Rexots.ser to Vlrraing tiros
TEL CAN DLES.-450 bLices 1.22 s and
18 . a, llotel Candles, hand and for sale by
CIOUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR RENT.-
good brick dweUiug, large and convenient, 10 rooms
and kitchen, wide ball, portico in front, gcod spring.house,
stable, carriage house, etc; 24 acres of land, S in fine mut
dow; a good tenant Souse; garden and vari .ty of fruit trees,
grape vines and small fruits; a stone wall and lieu railing
in f, out of the hones; situate at about two tulles from the
city, and in a very pleasant location. Appl. to
1a;0 8. CUTHBERT fi BON, 51 Malt& et
DRIED APPLES.---30 sacks prime Dri;
Apples received awl for sale by
McCiNDLESS, IIIWINS & CO.,
Corner of Wood and Water streets
OLL BUTTER.-3 bbis. fresh roll Butter
leo rOCCiTed, mud for milt, by
4 „ JAR A ViSTZER. RD Ws!Ar
MILT,. FEED.-308 seeks Mill Feed, for
for solo by j JAMES A. FETZER,
b lig Waist drept
B LACK GIMPURE LACES,
And BLACK BRUSSELS LACES
For Dreaq and Basque Tl:imminga, at reduced prices.
JAR. ROHN R. 77 Market troAt
-VINE FLOUR.'-20 bble. Fine Flour in
store, and for sato by
IikCIANDLESS, MEANS A CO.,
fe2o COnier of Wood and Water streets.
OMIT 019 soma
DR. SANFORD'S INVIGORATOR;
Is REQUIRED TO CURE ANY ONE
troubled with Liver Complaints, nnleu the mot dew
pemte of cases, when the second bottle will, with loam •
eingle failure, restore the patient to health and vigor. We
wish to call the attention of all to these facts, that the
vigorator is compounded by a ph,,elcian who has nod It In
his pramtico for the past twenty years with a success *boost
credulous, and that it is entirely vegetable, being emalx)eed
wholly of gums.
Some idea of the strength of these gums may be fotmed
when it is known one bottle of the Invigorator contains as
much strength as one hundred doses of Calomel without any
of its deleterious effects.
We know there is nothing LOW before tho American pub
lic, prepared with such skill by a scientific man, particularly
for diseased of the Liver, as Dr. Sanford', Invigorator, or
Liver Remedy. It has attaieed a reputation second to no
other article in the world, dimply because it rest on it, own
merit. To convince all by trial that it is all its proprietors
claim it to be, if any of our readers are suffering from inch
diseases as are ;described in Dr. Sanford's advertisement, we
know of know remedy that will so surely cure them ad the
The Invigorator cures Sick Headache. Take one or two
teaspoonfuls at each attack and it will soon disappear. Pox
an overloaded stomach, or whon food rises or sours, take the
Invigorator after eating, and it will not prove dinecuble
or oppressive. For Heartburn, Palpitation, or DiMoult
Breathing, take a tea poonful once or twice daily. Per Loss
of Appetite, Languor or L etleasness, the medicine is Invalu
able. It will restore the appetite and make the food digest
well. Nightmare, take a teaspoonful 'on retiring, and the
demons of dream-land will all be Dillies. After eating a
hearty dinner, take a dose of Invigorator and it will relieve
all oppression or fullness. 14 Invigorator is a Liver Rome
fly of unequaled virtue, acting directly on that organ, cur
ing Dyspepsia, JarltAiee Billions Attacks, Dysentery, .Piles,
Worms, and all Female ' Obstructions, for which it has no
We know there Is nothing now before the American pub.
tic prepared with such skill by a scientific man, particular
ly for diseases of the Liver, aril r. S.mford's Invigorator, or
Liver Remedy. It has attained a reputation second.to no
other article in the word, simply because it rests on its own
merit. To convince all by trial that it is all its proprietors
claim it to be, if any of our readers are suffering from such
diseasea as are described in Dr. Sanford's advertisement, we
know of no remedy that will so surely cure them as the
There has lately been brought to our notice a medicine
that seems to poastats wonderful, curative and healing pro
perties in diseases of the Liver, Stomach and Digestive Or
gans. It came to us with so many testimonials in ita favor
that we have noted its effects in some of the worst cases of
continual dibility, caused by derangeo liver, and in every
instance the effect was to relieve or give a permanent cure,
Dr. Sanford's Invigorator, or Liver Itemedy is what we re•
fer to. We always have liken credulous about cures by pat
ent medicines, but we are convinced that thin medicine, for
family use, is not overrated by the host of recommendatiot I
it bag. Our advice is, fur all troubled with Indigeation.J:.
Wit) , or Bowel Complaint, to got a bottle and try It; our
word for It, relief will be experienced.
BLESSINGS To THE INvAues who use Dr. Sanford's Invigor•
ator, tor it will rolleve them of their pains as 80011 as ft Is
taken into their stomach. Pain and misery cannot exist
where the Invigorator is need, for It will as surely drive them
away, as daylight will banish darkness, of this there can b
nu doubt to th .se she try it, for it carries conviction with
every dose taken. Another evidence is the thousands of
certitlestes from those who use it or have been cured by it,
Pry oue bottle, it it does not benefit, then we are mistaken.
PRIOR ON DOLLAR PER 11021111.
SANFORD it Cu., Proprietors, 345 Broadway, New York
.Vor axle by Cl. 11. KEYSER, NO Wood atrett, Pittsburgh!
4 rot—,. fc:74
1\ OP THE AGE.
r vi It. KENNEDY, of Roxbury, has disoov.
ortal iu watt of nur etl:11111(al oatura re.ds a remedy
FROM THE WORST SCROFULA DOWN TO A COMMON
lie has tried it in over eleven hundred cases, and never
tailed except in two cues, (both thunder humor.) Ile has
11., , ; In his possession over one hundred certiflcatea of tta
value, all within twenty miles of Beaten.
Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing Bore month.
One to three bottles will cure the worst kind of Pimplea
on the face.
Two or three bottles will clear the syateni of bile&
Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst canker In the
mouth or stomach.
Three to five bottles aro warranted to cure theworst kind
One to two bottles are warranted to cure all humor in the
Two bottles are warranted to cure running of the ears and
blotched among the hair. • •
Four to six bottles are warranted to cure corrupt and
One bottle will'cure scaly eruption of the akin.
Two or throe bottled are war ranted to cure the worst kind
Two or three betties are warranted to cure the moat due
per ate case of rlcirj.;„,n,Litinni. -
Three to four betties are warranted to mire atilt-Rheum.
Five to eight bottles will cure the worst case of scrofula.
A benefit is always experienced from the first bottle, and
a perfect cure is warranted when the above quantity is taken.
DEAR Meosis,—The reputation of the Medical Discovery,
In curing all kind of humors, in so well established by the
unanimous voice of all who have ever used it, that I need
not nay anything on the subject, as the most ekilful phyal.
chine and the moat careful Druggists in the country are no.
salmons in Its praise.
In presenting the Medical Discovery to your notice, I do
it with a lull knowledge of the curative power. in relieving
all, and curing most of those diocesan in which you are un
fortunately so liable. That meet excruciating disease to en
a cured as if by a miracle; your own temper is restorad
itq natural sweetness, and your babe from short and fretful
naps to calm and sweet slumbers ; and the Medical Diecove•
ry beountes a fountain of blessing to your husband and
which Is nothing lint canker of tho atom h; then to the
creating a sinking, gouu fueling, and an indifieronee even to
t lit cares of your family.
Your stomach Li
your food distressm you, and yon can only take certain
kinds, and even of that your system does not get half the
nourishment it contains as the scrimououstiald of the canker
eats it up; then your complexion loses its bloom and be.
comes sallow or greenish, and your best day is gone. For
want of nourishment your ustem becomes loose and flabby,
aid the fibres of your body become relaxed. Then follow a
train of diseasea which the Medical Discovery la peculiarly
Palpitation of the heart, pain in the side, weakness of the
spine and small of the back, pain of the hip joint when you
retire, irregularity of the bowels, and also, that most excru
ciating of diseases, the
[low ninny thousands of pour women are morodo* f r om
this disease and pining away a nii::erable life, and their next
door neighbor does nut know the r.onso. I wish to impress
oe your mind that good old provolb, An ounce of preven-
tion is better than a pound of cure," In the
yon have both the proventLtivo and the cure, with this great
and good quality, that it will never, under any circumatances,
do yon any injury.
No change of diet ever 1104:: the boat you can got
and enough of it.
J. & U. PIIILLIPS
H. C. a J. H. SAWY h:
Every ithid of Humor,
NURSING SORE MOUTH,
In the more advanied stages of
extends to the stomach, musing
RAW AND INFLAMED,
Dinsurtotto FOIL 088—AdnIte one table spoonful per day—
Children over tenyeace detNert epoonful--Children from Hire
to eight years, tea epoonful. As no directions can be apps
cable; to all conetitutions, Mkt) entlicient to operate on the
bowels twice a day. Yours truly,
Price $l,OO per bottle. For =le by
Dr. GEO. H. KEYSER:
N4k 140 Pittsburgh, Pa.
et p hisw
liked'lig of the Lungs,
For e;th, by
GEO. 11. KEYSER,
J P. . FLEMING Allegheny
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• , J --: 7 - • i • '--,, -r -- --'nm-_ - ,„'- , ' A'- - °
:4- $l,). t l e? : , z•- - h7t*P l i .i i „ i - s - IZZ z4 - - ill4 -- T1 .
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M tiRBLE! MARBLE!!
EIAS A BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF
MONUMENTS, GRAVE STONES,
!Enclosures, Posts, &.c.,
The public are rest:et:trolly invited to examine our stock.
Prices low, and work warranted.
Jylatyia No 3,15 LTIIPRTY STREET.
D S • -
MI'BRAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS.
Gum Tragacauth, Ginn AlOOd, Gum Arabic,
Amandine, Poruadea, Colognea, Toilet drticlas, ate.;
Juniper B. rriel, Graphite,
Agaric etc.,on baud ant for sara
by B. ralicsTocii a CO.,
fat Corner of ?mirth and Wood Watts.
ORANGES AND LEMONS.-
ZOO holed Orang, ;
200 10 LeinoLe, Just reed and for aide by
ILEYMER .4 ANDE BON.
fro No. 80 Wood street
TWO hundred dollars in hand, an' our
hundred in two yi at ly paynirnts, will becure a drool .
ling house and large lot of (round, plo•,ranly situated ou
Mt. Washington. Fur sal. , by 8. CUTHBERT It EON,
fel2. 61 Market street.
ORNE KNITTING BALLS-
ORNB KNITTING BALLS
Etfrelveil this mortitug, at
EOll . B, INT - OM TS IN TWO - WEEIi&--
STEEL SPRING SKELETON SHIRTS.
Thq fourth invoice of thin elegant forirref Skirt, received by
Adams Ezprens, thin day.
Wien who ware disappointed: in] procuring one on Tues•
da4last, can now be supplied at _
Tuilammatlon of the Lunge,
HORNE'S. TI Market street