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A.II,LrEL c. WINGARD,
ATTORNEY AT &AM!?
4-41 r. °Fries, No. 68 GRANT 'Amt., tiet.r.o.ri
nd lYiamond alley. apti
1 ------ Xiq.Es A. LO - NY RIE, Att-:)racy a: Law,
ity cMci) Fourth 6t.rec.t. ritt%lyargh, bc•L .. t`sZ int,il.l.llt.ld raid
Chort7 alloy : docllay
Ly i AIIL, Surgeon Dentist, successor to 0.
11'• nithuc. No. 144 6hiithileld utruCt.
f_ ..stir onlcoliour6 fzu.at 8 to 1 o'clock, had ftura I to 5 o'clock.
-, tbbl. :V
SCOTT, Dentist, Fourth street, five doors
.! west of Market.
vOrtice boure from R o'clock . A. M. to o'clock P. Y.
erl SCIIOONMAKER, Manufacturer of
ibt White Lead, Itsyl Lead, Zinc, Paint, Litharge, Putty,
&v. Wheless c dealer in Oile., Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
kc-, Nb. 24, Stood street, Pittsburgh. my 22
jOSEPII. FLE sneeessor to L. Wil
cox & Co. ' corner of Market street and the Diamond,
keerm!cotistantiy on hand a full assortment of DRUGS, MED
ICINES, MEDICINE CI1l:8TE , , PERFUMERY, and all arti
cles Pertaining to his business..
4 , 4••Pbysiciaits' Prescriptions caretally compounded at all
14 CIIADWICIi, dealer in Kentuckyf
TOBACCO, RAGS and PAPER, No. 149 Wood
-'--1 7‘.‘a .
street, below Sixth, Pittsburgh. Enfathly
44fr The highest inarl:et p . ..,e, in cash, paid for Rags.
17A1.7.61 P. MARSHALL JOSEPii E. trt:01103
WP. MARSIIALL & Cu., Importers and
• dealera in Frond! 211.1 Am....rican PAPER !LANG.
INGS, No. 87 Wood edreet, Pittsburgh.
Sir rto o agmits for th••colebrated marinfictures of M4sdrii.
Delicivlrt & Co., Paris. ang7
np's \ITU CAMPBELL €t. SAMUEL POI,
U LOCK Ravel asseciatrA together uk.ler the style of
ofarBELL POLLOCK, fur ate trituwction of a general
Variety and Dry Cools bmluesB, and the manufacture of
and Waved Lino Gilt Mouldings. mhl9
lISTM.I3I E.O.iiticT J. ANDifisc::
PPEYNTER & ANDERSON, (successors to
ji_t Joshua Rhode; h C 0.,) wholosalo dec.lers in FORETON
FRUITS, N UT,S, SPICES. CONFECTIONARY, SUGARS, &c.,
No. 89 Wad Btroi;t, opposite. Gni St. Charles Uotel, Pitta
J.J. 611LESPII: A. FINSBINI.
J. GILLEspIE A CJ.,., Lookitrg lass 'Manufacturers,
P . 1 anti dealers in Lootrin,; Plate Glass, Fin.
graAngs, Combs and Fancy Goods, No. Wood street, Pitts.
On hand and made to order, Gilt Pier a. Zdantle Glasses,
Mahogany. Rosewood, Walnut and Gilt Et . Ines, or Mould
ing, of every- description.
Cr-1 teittaboat Cabins. ..c orated and Gilt.
iItOTTLERS.—JouN :)GDEN & Co., Bottlers,
,U No. 187 First street, v.ould roipectftilly inform the pub-
Zia that they bare comitantiy , n hand n large Supply
SARSAPARILLA, MINERAL `TEA, ALE and POriTER,
of the boat quality.
The attention of fatuillee 13 pa. ticularlydirected to the
fact that they bottle WAINIIIGIIT ALE in it4puret:t 3tate.
PhySiciana recommend it to familio on account of its whole
some, and at , matheninn , )'!;•bann oct!.C.ly
J. Y;2. I.2.TTLE,
(Dr. Iris NA'' 1-kth`t,,
cc , 7110 c, 1.1.1•2:1v
Ti W. irlitia, ARcuiTE,"r, REMOVED
tfii from polar o f 14fth and Wool try
In Phillips' nu.. ,ntidin , „;—",ntinnes to pluton, Plans a , t
Speailleations of, and to Suoerintend the Erection of eicry
description of Enildiuge. dot:1-1v:
aP. RE YMER,
• GAS FITTER, STEAM FITTER,
AND PLU B E R
Also, manufacturea to order TUBULAR f,
thaipitale, Prisona, S4c. ' at No. ^-}I T,iIRD STREET,
ap,3o:ly botween Wood and Market, Pittsburgh, Pa.
APULTON, BELL . AND BRAS
r FOUNDER. No. i 0 SLOJNL , -.true-t, Pittsburgh, Po.,
fa prepared to furnieb to order
00.11014, bTEO "MOAT, FACTORY AND tiELIEIi,
Of all sizes, front 10 to 19,0` , 0 Ihr.
011.13.1g.3ELL8 made to order. CO iC,135
of all dizee, for Etearabo uta
alNliit. AL WATER PIIMP;, C , ',T;NTle,:l RA I ';
and every variety of Brays Cadtiogp flunthea iu the u , ..atosr
BABBIT'S ANTIATIRITION METAL; ULTyli'S PA
TENT METALLIC PACTIIEU, fur Stemn Y u;;in,a. s:l7
l e l
OUGIIRIDGE &, MAXWELL,
t.t„iIAUFACTITE.Pas.s 01 ,
ooldrag-Glasses, Picture Pramca, and
And Dealors in Cloolsz, Bonse Furnishing Goods:
Lc. ‘'..,... Ac.
Plo. IliC V.loutz 4 - Arf!..eq., above iV.lft,ll.,
itilwhlschine c.,r 1.
Vincent'g Conege akral Sfelzailiary,
IIIIIDER THE GAIL.: OF TEE BENEDICTIM. eATHERS,
Near Latrobe, Wet, catitit Pa.
N TIIE COLLEG: TAIGIII TUE
CLEILIat L.o nru ion_.
,La the SENIINAi.,., .
Lthetorics, Philosooh). ,tel too
higher erudition 1, , ,,. 1riary 4rr 11., , 4 . 131 to t.
The terms for Board aol Lathe, .sr , I.er y-Lr,
paid semi•annually, etrici iy
titrman and French ;Ina "Oa r orev.ha.
lug masic,.ortu no extra ,111sigt.i,v.x.; cptlngsowe ra en.
pensation for the use of nruept..
t o rn, vet .,
Nor particulars apply to the ler Cl r t , i tilt , Curlew
The Collegiate y ear i.eitin-r on thv let of Soptratl_arr. tax
tade on the iid ei Jul) 'itio•.th.,
St. Francis Arad(Any fox Bo3s,
UNDER THE CARE or 07:it..11::
Lorci to, Cambria. Cctitrht , P.
pU I S INsTiTuTioN, AI'URALL)
.Ittliaud 11tItti, rtil
dueeNientli that can h deAred lustitu.ton
It is located in 010 1.11 , 1-t healthy and nictu r entitle portion
the ,illeglionies, eistant tour itiilei from Creston StAtitql, Lil
direct mail route between Philadelphia awl Pit burgh. The
choiaetie year cutnineucmg the first Monday in Septembe,
will close the 11th of July following.
,The Terms for Board, including a thorough English Seim,
CHM Course, are $lOO per annam.
The Olasslc and Modern Languages form an extra ;barge
of $lO per annum.
Washing and use of Bottling $lO.
;For further particubtra apply to dot superior et the Aca
Refereticaa can be mad., to too Rt. h'v. Pr. OVC.:INuI,
Improvemeni in Book 3indittc.ln •
THE UNDERSIG E 1) HAVING
obtainud Letters Patent for Improvement in 8008
BINDING, is prepared to furnnth the attachment to Bo.: km
now in use, or to apply the same to nun' Books. Orders toi
which are respectfully solicited ut WELDIN F ROWAN D'
Book Bindery and Blank Book Manufactory,
oorner of THIRD and 4V , Y 01.) Steeets.
The above improvement onumist4: Fir:it—tit . s I.lenilp
Spring clasping the back of the Book in such is manner
to prevent the leaves from sagging when the Boot is stand
ing in a vertical position. Second—The carriage consists of
Metalie Grooves, on which are inserted Rollers, which will
effectually prevent the Books f , wearing or chafing in pla
cing the same in Its resting place.
Je2:tf A 7 1. iiOWAND,
PATENT CANDLE STICKS,
A Cheap and Excellent article
For Kitchen and Chamber Use.
°ALL AND SEE THEM AT TIIE IRON
Ihad CITY STORE and nl5 raeacruse of
T. CEAIi7 &
THE LAST CIiAN6E IN FIGURES.-
Bonnet RP bona, worth 75 couta, at ti.;-: 1...:.r yard.
do .1 , do 62 1 / 2 at 50 do
do do do 50 at 37' do
do du do )7;. at '2.5 do
..7(1:i EP!! LIORNE,
77 `.1.0 1 4...t atrutd..
WE WILL SELL inlet tile pro, , 4ont time un
commonly cheap b.)ILCA:iII. ki: awl enii
I no our titock. .;. if
ect2O Forui,4l:• 74 :41,1z,t
MISSES' AND CHILDRESS' Uurn, Over
and Ean.lotV elle,D. at the eopl e Star ,
17 Path ntrovt, new M1.r1 , ,t
ANOTHER CRASII-IN PRICES
tug (let.rmin yt !. ,•.ell our ,cock. '' t } : , .
art, Tight," Nc:t have ru,d , gt•ncrtd
ItEDUCED TUI %NTH; ST , C'
To still lower prices
4g' Now is the tirie to buy when th.e a-s,,rtla,nt le
unbroken, and the Pric,, Put DuW❑: Down!:
oet2A - JOB. HORNY,. 77 Market strc,..
DWELLING HOUSES FOR SALE 0
Grant street—Phree three story 11017±.24, arrene , d
each with back buildings.
Third street—A three story house, large and convenient.
Logan street—A dwelling house, of 7 rooms.
Fulton street—Two three story dwelling lionsea.
South avenue—A two story brick boats of 8 rooms, i h
large lot of g round, stable, carriage house, kc.
Robinson street—A twl story brick house.
Franklin street—A goal house of 8 rooms.
Carson street—A two story haute, and two lota at g round.
Penn street—Three lar k , dwellin 4
Minersville—A bunts and , u , , acre of g round—b,sides
many others in Alle g lieuy, Soutb Pittsbur g h, kc.
de'29 8. CUP/111hr di. SON, 51 Market rt:oet.
NEW BEDFORD SPERM C kNDLES.-
2 1) boxes a , ort-d um. 4'., We and SIPA ill C.andie.
on baud and and for K.de by
JIME.-200 barrels fresh Lifi - 4,f0r.4.310 by
.A de73 If IL COLLINS.
1000 boxer Rosin :Map. In lb.. 2 lb mi 3 3 lb, b-irs.
500 No. 1 Palm enap , , in M., 2 lb. (11,1 8 %. bars
500 " Chemical Olive Soap, iu lb. lnraps
200 " Oleino OxFic e
'250 " gnrsnsn
200 " Cootilo
00 " i'nre Palm
On hand and for bale by
300 dram 4 fresh Bmyrua Firs:
10 butts ~ Datt.l4 ;
bOO boxes Nfelaga Raisins, la .1 received abet k r
vae by REYMEP. A ANDERSON,
den 39 Word et., opposite St. Charlem hotel.
FANCY BLACK DRESS SILKS. A
Itrge tt.J. , ortrunot, Nlbleh we ere clotilug out VERY
ORLU' FOR CASH. C. BA.NSON LOUR,
Formerly Love Brothers,
j a y No. 71 Market street.
*IVIENS T- O - A - Lt e Buffalo and Ours Overshoes
at DIFVENBACEIEII & CO.T,
3119 No, 17 Fifth street,
W I E FLOUR
5 bb , s fresh g, , ttou,.? Rse Flour, just iTkeived aba
for sale by JAMES A. FETZER,
Joni B9 Water street
1100arAg11..-16 oasls on hard and for sire
„IL by [4' 16) B. L. BATINTSTOCIIi & 00.
NO. 5' ST. CIL.A/Le STILE h'/,
A ":;!}11 ,, . H 1.3 , f1
• - -rtur N tlrY
ITI'FENBACLIE.'. 4i. C• ~
Eitetr , encti!!
13- C. & J. H. i±'ANYYER
• in 3lb
to 1 th. "
fi. C. 3 J. n. SAWYER
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Foiwarding and Commission Merchants,
1T.0P111170119 OP TIM
Colllna' Pittsburgh, Meadville a Jalrle
Nos. 114 AND 115 WATIIP. STREET, PITTBIIIIRGEI, PA
12.01 DES, HAGEN tt.
VORWARDING AND CIOMISIISSION
Nc. 30 STCALIORE ST., CINCINNATI, O. Dylrd
UI2NRY 11. COLLINS, Forwarding and
ilornini,tion Merchant, awl wholesale dealer in FISH,
iiurrEn, and PliOLltiel.; generally, No.
.16 Wood street, marfl
1 . 4. ii. SMITH JOS. P. JELUNTER
w,i. 53117111 tlf. CO.,
Grocers and Commission:3 erchonts,
No. 122 Second and 151 Front Streets,
JOSEPH S. LEECH &
Nos. '242 and 214 Liberty st - eet,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FLOUR AND BACON,
TIN PLATE AND TONERS' STOCK, AND
PITTSBURGH 111ANUFACTI RES.
ItIVALPIIN ta. Co.,
Levee and Washington 21.1 , 0
WYANDOTTE CITY, KANSAS TERRITORY
RIISIVENC.C9.—Joseph 8. Leech & Co, an Pittsburgh
DAVID ACCANDLESS WILLIAM MEANS H. A. ODEFEM
:IPC4NDILESS, MEANS 4. CO.,
6GCC1T.5808.9 TO WICK 6II'OANDLE9B,3
DEALEI , D IF
IRON, NAILS, GLASS, COTTON YARNS,
A. 4 1, i'ITTSBUIIO El MANUY ACV:MEI:I GIIINEELALLY
C,oruer of Wood slid Water streets,
COSGRANE 41. CO.,
VC / 0 L SALE G_RO C E
IS and 20 Wood street.
5: ly PITTSBURGH
. . .
,r - RICK ET SON, Wholesale Oro
.:est c, L,' , ! m ? of BEAN DIES, WINES and SEGAii.S,
:.t.r l 174, eon,r of Irvin and Liberty streets, Pitts
fitrizb iron, Nails, Cotton Yarns, he , constantly on hand.
- - .
.11'Ca_a4iftess, Si. CO.,
(Succeagorn to Wick & AlTandleag,)
117 - 110LESALE GROCERS, and Dealers in
IRON, NAILS, GLASS, COTTON YARNS, and Pitts.
burgh SLu ulacturca gaucrally, curnar of ViotNi and Water
WINES AND LIQUORS
Er L.L" Fl. Fl. KBSiNEDY.
E . :IEVLIIN & KENNEDY, Wholesale Wine
y And Liquor Merchants and. Rectifying Distillers, No.
85 6mithu , U street, Pittsbcrglt, Pa„ ap3:iy
d German Winec ctnd Liquora,
Wc.- • •
Itlfr AG N ;ku.,
F.treet, between 6th and 7th ate.,
uitJ. , 3. da^ •
S. M'KEE & CO.,
~ ? hr) !Zee's Peaansylvania Glass.
L s L!. ZES OF WINDOW (LASS--
_,l:* D re.lgth, Crown tint" .hut
1:11.14, autl .:are; Wino Pornd• and
Ainerni 'rdiegrupliicoud Lightning Rod Insinntor,
r:econd, betwaeu Wood and Market,
b ut xhcrtdwpencc, trunk the ateuru boat Landing, and f:
tun Muuou4. St. Charles uud City Hotels.
I:RIANG, ROBERTSON & CO., Mauu
of Cie, Prr•eited Plain Flint GLASSWARE,
I 7 W0c..1 corner of Front, Pittsburgh.
t.2F .ail other kind. of mid Window
7thirket price- apll:dly
-- • • • ••
EDLIE & U LAM, Successors to Mulvany
bedlia, maiinfactar.rB,-.1 Cut, Moulded and Min
Flint and Fui. , .•) Colored OLAN.SWARM, and dealers in all
kinda of Window time, FlaskE,l.9 and Bottles. Ware
hoime cornor of and Water etroeta, Pittangh.
GREAT AUCTION SALE, of Dry Goode,
at A. A. Mason k Co'e, No. 25 Fifth street.
;100,000 worth of goode of every description wil, be imme
diately sold off at auction, and at retail at auction prices.
AUCTION SALES EVERY D Y,
From 10 to 12 and 2 to 4 o'clock.
Domestic Goods, Uousekeeping Goods, Cloths,Cassimeres,
Setinett=., Veatings, Flannel+, Mnslins, Checks, Tweeds,
Jeans, /cc., /cc.
ELIZABETIIAN.—A new Decorative Wall
Paper, Elizabethan design, Just received, and for sale
by W. P. 31ARSHALL it 00..
bbbi. extra flee Itarnix) and Belleflowor,
88 " Vandiver,
100 Itussett Apples, ittst reed and for male by
JAS. A. 1 , ETZ ER, 89 Water street.
WO tibia choice litra Superfine;
50 " •' Superfine Flour, Just received
and for Bale by JANIRS A. BETZEH,
delis ID Water street
aSKET, Binders, Straw, Bonnet, and
Fuller's Board, for sale by W S. HAVEN,
No-3. 31, 33 and 35,
Corner Market and Second street,
T -) YE WOODS.--300 bbls. for sale by
del7 B. A. FAHNESTOOK Li CO.
- VOTICE TO FARMERS AND MILLERS.
Cornshellrrs, for hand or p..w,r, that will shell and
clean 2000 bushels per day in the most perfect manner—
warranted in ovary respect—at the Seed 'Store, 47 Fifth et.
S;;ttsbnrgh. fdec.3l J A NIES WARDROP.
LASS.-200 SS.-200 boxes Window Glass, for sale
(noel"'g ENE Y ft. OOtLINK.
IN K.STANDS. —A large variety for sale at
WM G. JOisiNSTON
dc9 Stationery Warehouse, 57 Wood et.
VLOOR 01. L CLOT_ „-
L: Of our own ant eastern manufacture—all widths, and
cut to snit any size of rooms or halls—at the Oil Cloth Ware
roomti, No. 26 and 28 St. Clair streot.
'2O bbl-. green apples, just received and for sale by
”ct2o JAB. A. FIGTZEB., 89 Water street.
CIOPPERAS-100 bblß. for Bale by
B. A. r 4 73-4 zepf-wq-c ..f+
DAIN T BRUSHES, assorted sizes ; 300 doz
ja. on hand and for Hair by
B L FAHNESTOOIC do CO.,
Surcmaors to Fleming
I~YE FLOUR-20 bbls. in store and for
Cl.lO by HENRY H. COLLINS.
TAkW—in kegs—for sale by
IT ENNA' 1.3. (.701.1.1v S.
"OGG S.-3 bbls. Eggs, this day, reo'd and
'Jr stirs t r (b TIENRY E. ,:I'ALTVP"
CIIIEESE.-500 boxes prime, for sale by
I" HEITi£;I R. COLLINS.
QWEET POT ATOES.—
Z ' 40 baEli.Svm - A Potatet36, Just received and far sale
00197 A.B. A P VS R. 9a Watar st*ert
piuBLACKME TEAS—Excellent Oolong
CAM pp Th.; the !Inept impot-ted 76c and $l. We me
determined nut to advance the pike of our TEAS ns long w.
We haves oodud on hand, therniUre, wake up housekeeper' ,
and buy your Yeas , & PATTON'S,
ar asi Next uoor to the Druaggista, in the Diamond
11 LACK AND FANCY DRESS SILKS.
8 A full amortment, very cheap.
C. ffANSON LOVE, forrnezly Love BrotherB,
N. 74 larket eavet
BUENA VISTA.—For Sale.—A two story
frame Ileum, of four rooms and kitchen, paled fence
In front, a bake oven, Etc. Lot 20 feet front on Monterey ..t.
iu. Buena Vista„ extension of Allegheny city, by lit) lw
deep, to an allity .' S. CUTIIBERT A SON,
doo4 61 Market street.
WALL PAPER! WALL PAPER! Cheap
Gervod last week, 10,000 rolls of Wall Paper, t
801 at 12A to 20 cents per roll.
W. P. 51AILSRA.LL A 00.,
No. 67 Wood Area..
TIIIRTEENTII LIST of ApPlicotions for
Tavern Ito-Licenses, bled to the Clerk's Office, in al
h_gheny county, up to date.
J. L. liege:in, tavern, Third Ward, Pittaburgh.
"deta:St T. A. ROWLEY. (Uri.
EVERY Economical Purchaser of Dress
Goods, Shawls, Bientles, dz.; also Domestic and Fta
ple Goods, will find it to their advantage to call and exam i
ocr New Stock rt Poll and Winter Dry Goods before purchas
leg elsewhere. 0. UANSON LOVE,
...1.5 Pormarly Love Byloe., Na. 74 'Market s•
25 Barrels New Orleans;
" Baltimore Syrup, for sae by
WU. H. SMITH k O.
AGREAT ARGAIN.=-For sale, a Com
fortable two story brick Dwelling. Rouge, with two
Lots of Amond, sitruito on Carson street, South Pittsburg,
g2 E t MI
.tanco from tho N
B. .. 11 6% PAUZlLufses
Josseu 8. Luc
0. W. CIOSHTSON, Pittsbnrgh
W. G. McCARTNEY, Auctioneer
J. k H. PHILLIPS
4 - 46 , 1;
uNurn STATES MAILS.
POST OE ICE DEPARTMENT,
February 1, 18513.
pROPOSALS for conveying the mails of
the United States, from July 1,1818, to -in e 30,1560,
on the f Alowiog i,nte.i in turt St.ito of PE,SNSV aNIA,
will be roe , lied at th , rolltittet Office of this dep ,, rto‘ent
until 3, P. March 31 next, t., be decided by April 24
8619 Or m Conneautvibe, by Orcs.dngellie and Idenboro'
to Watorfoid, 30 mica and back, twice a week.
Lew, C nneautvillo on Monday and Wednesday, at
7 A. M.
Arrive et Waterford by 8 P. M.
Leave Waterford Tnevday and Thursday at 7 A. si„
Arrive at C..nneantvllie by 8 P. U.
8520 From Hanover, by Littleatovin and Monocacyville,
Md., to Eniudit.tburgla, 22 miles and back, three
times a week.
Leave Hanover Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at
1 P si;
Arrive at Eininittsburgh by 6 P. M.
Leave Eremittsburgh Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day at 4 A. M.
Arrive at Hanover by 9 a. al.
35:1 From Brookville. by Richardsville, Mary An nville,
, Intiftier'sCornir's, Beach devote, and Bear Creek's
Mills, to Hideaway, 35 miles and back, once a week.
Leave Brookville Saturday at 7 A. al.
Arrive at Ridgeway by 6 P. at.
Leave Ridgeway Friday at 7 A. M.
Arrive at Brookville bs 6 P at.
3522 From Marietta. by Silver Spring and ltempflel l. to
Lancaster, l'2l miles and baekolatly, except Sunday
Leave Marietta ditily, except Sunday, at 1 P. M.
Are ive at Lancaster by 6 P. M.
Leave Lancaster daily, except Sunday, at 8 A. M.
Arrive at Marietta by 12 at.
.3.523 From Lancaster, by Willow Street, Rawlins Ville, and
Bethesda, to McCall's Ferry, 18 miles and back,
twice a week.
Leave Lancaster Monday and Thursday at 7 A. ie.
Arrive at McCull's Ferry by 12 at.
Leave Madaii's Ferry Monday and Thursday at .c r M.
Arrive at . Lancaster by 7 P. M.
3624 From Lancaster, by Greenland and Sondersburg, to
Paradise, 9 miles and back, six times a week.
Leave Lancaster daily, except Sunday, at 3 P. M.
Arrive at Paradise by 6 P. M.
Leave Paradise daily, except Sunday, at 7 A. at.
Arrive at Lancaster by 10 A. M.
From Beaver, by Parkinson and Service, to Frankfort
Springs, 20 miles and back, twice a week.
Leave Beaver Tuesday and Thursday at 8 A. at.
Arrive at Frankfort Sprints by 3 P. M.
Leave Frankfurt Springs Monday and v , :edne,stlay at
8 A. m.
Arrive at Beaver by 3 P. M.
3526 From Evituabargh, by Shermariville, to Linesville, 8
miles anal back, three times a week.
Leave Evansbu:git Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
at Hi A. U.
Arrive at Linesville by 12 at.
Leave Lineaville Monday, We lnAsday and Friday at
Arrive at Evansburgh by 4 P. M.
3527 From flollidaysburgh, by Frankstown and Canoe
Creek, to Williamsburgli, 12 miles and back, six
times a week.
Leave ilcilidaysburgh daily, ,xcept Sunday, at 2% P.
tit.. on arrival western mail.
Arrive at Williamsburgli by 6% P. m.
Leave William.bn gh daily, except Sunday, at 7 A. M.
Arrive at liollidarburgh by n A. at.
Proposals to emlraco the Yellow Springs office are
3528 From Orcutt Creek to Chemuug, N. Y., 4% miles and
back, twice a week.
heave Orcutt Creek Tuesday and Saturday at 9 A Si.
Arrive at Ohemung by 10% A. at.
Leave Chemung Tuesday and Saturday at 11 A. Si.
Arrive at Orcutt Creek by 12% p.m.
From Starm.ca to Tallinausvillo, 5 miles and back.
twice a week.
Leave Starucca Tuesday and Saturday at 1 P. m.
Arrive at Tallmanw,ide by 2% P. M.
Leave Tallmansville Tuesday and Saturday at 10!...: A. 51
Arrive at ,Starucca in time to connect with the mail
from Susquehanna Depot—say at 12 at.
Proposals must be guarantied by two responsible persons,
certified to as such b, a postmaster or judge of a court of
No pay will be made for trips not performed, and for each
of such omi,sion not satistactoiily explained three times
the pay of the trip may be oeducted. eor arrival 9 so far be
hind time as to break C' , IIEIeXiOCI with depending mails, and
not sufficiently excused, one-fourth of the compensation
the trip is subject to forfeiture- Fines will be imposed, un
less the delinquency be satisfintortly explained. for negb-ct
lug to take the rasa from or into u pest othce; for suffering
it to be injured, destroyed, r .bbed, or lost: and for refusing,
otter demand, to convey the mail as frequently as tb,e con
tractor tuns, or is concerned in running, vehicles -- 'on the
route. The Postmaster General may annul the contract 6.r
disobeying the poet rtllee laws or instructians of the depart
flout. ile, nitty alter the schedule, and also order an In
crease of service by allowing therefor a pro rata increase on
the contract pay. Ile may also curtail or d , scontinne the
service in whole or in pert, at pro rota decrease of pay, al
lowing one mouth's extra compensatios on the amount of
service di5p1 , 71,..C1 with. Fide should be sddressed to the
o Second Assistant Pee master General," superscribed "Pro
posals fur mail service, State of
For forms of proposals, kc., and other information, see
this advertisemet.t in pamphlet form, and also the gen
eral advertdsement of routes in the Sta:e, dated Pith Joan
ary, 1856, at the principal' post offices.
AARON V. BROWN,
G'reat Chance to Mitlie Money.
TUE BEST AND MOST CERTAIN SPECU
LATION OF TILE TIMES—ONLY ONE
boLI.A.IL PER SHARE —Forty thousand dollars
w-ortit of valuable Real Jewelry,
Silver and silver Plated Ware, with a great variety
of Fancy and Staple Goods; to be disposal of in forty thou
sand shares. at one dollar per -hare, es follows :—Upoti the
paynient 1.1 d 4. r, I will 5.,116 Ite payer a numbered re
ceipt- which will entitle him to one share In the above 611 id
sided property. When the shares shall have been sold, the
sharioeolders sh.ill be notified of the fact, byroad, or thrum!:
the newspapers, and a meeting!' of the Shareholders se :it
then be held iti the city of Phiirdelphia, and the whoh• -a
1110 property disposed ut or distributed among them: ill sorb
way as shall be determined upon by them; each Shareleild
ee shall tie entitled LEI stio Cott', 11. Committee to be selected
by the Shareholders at said meeting, to conduct or superin
tend the disposition of the property, according to the direc
tions of the Shareholders, and 1 will then deliver the pro
perty to such person or persona as the Shareholders may
appoint to receive the same. The Real Estate consists of
one three st,..ry brick dwelling house and lot, valued at $2.50t1,
and two three story brick dwelling houses and lots valued
at flOO e-ch, in the city of i hiladelphia, clear of all incline
brance, and title indisputable; the ether property consists
of the whole stock and fixtures of one of the largest Watch
and Jewelry Stores in the city of Philadelphia, now, and tor
a long time past kept by the subscriber. The stock consist
ing of very fine Gehl and Silver Hunting Case Lever Watch
es very fine Gold and Silver Patent Lever, Repine and other
Watches, Gold Chains, Pencils, Seals, Lockets, Ear Rings,
Brooches, Bracelets, Diamond and other Rings and Pine,
Studs, Sleeve Buttons, key., re., Gold. Silver mid Steel Spe, -
bides, Gold i•-nit Silver Thimbles, Silver and Silver Plated
Ware, consisting of Tea Sets, Castors, Cake Baskets, Cups,
Spoons, Knives, Forks, itc., &c. Also, French Clocks, Music
Boxes, Accordeons, and a great variety of other goods. The
above is not oue of those schemes which aro devised to
tntp the• unwary, but is and will be a fair sale of the entire
property belonging to the subscriber, persons are positively
assured the stock has not been purchased for the purpose of
deception, and to palm off Common Gilt and Plated Jewelry,
for nee Gold, nonesuch will be distributed, the most respect
able persons are given as references, to those disposed to pm
chase shares. All orders by Mail enclosing the money will
be promptly attended to, and receipts forwarded to the ad
dress ,f the sender, by return mail. Any person sending
ten dollars at one time,shall receive eleven separate receipts.
in as many separate names if Maired.
M. In writing for shares, please write the name of the
Post Office, to which you wish the answer directed. This is
the greatest chance of getting a large amount of valuable
property, for a small sum, as rtes ever before been offered to
the public. Send ou your orders, as shares are selling rapid
ly, and it is confidently expected the distribution will soon
Articles allotted to persona at a distance, will be sent to
hem at their expense.
Agents wanted in every tcwn and village. All con.
municiAtious nir.st be addressed to
L. R. BROOM ALL,
No. 60 South Second street, above Chesnut,
%IWO LOTS, o❑ Federal street, Allegheny
city, for sale by B. CUTHBERT h SON,
deb 51 Market street.
PIQUE and MARSEILLES, Fleeced, for
making Bevgne. A large assortment at
dens GEO. R. WHITT: 4- CO'S
RICE.—Six tierces prime Rice, just receiv
and fur by
rovl2 No. 221 and 223 Liberty street.
C lIEES E--tiO boxes prime Western Deserve
iriP*2l , Wll !L 8AI!T8 44 Cn
KENNEDY' MEDICAL DISCOVERY.-
10 dozen ou band and for ,ale by
1.-nrlN 13 L. 1/ AliNE'paTt WM' 'O.
RICH VELVET TRIMMINGS,
AT REDUCED PRICE'
A choice aß..;rtment on li.thd and for sale at
covl3. ()RN Eta'. 77 Market strw t.
INDI A RUBBER INKSTANDS-
Another lot of those alr•tight INKS, Just received and
for,;mle by W. F. RAVEN,
°ea° Corner Me,rket and 9‘cond vireota.
DRESSED lIOGS.-14 Dressed Hogs f,r
Nola by IIINRY 11. COW/NS
GENTLEMEN'S UNDER GARMENTS-
Wool, Silk, Merino and ieavy Cotton Under 9hirt9
and Drawers--a fresh supply received .•-• HORNE'S,
dol9 7 Market street.
VINE Cents per Pound Reduction in the
r Price of BRADLEY'S YARNS.—VVholeeale Buyers and
Peddlars will be furnished with BRADLE‘ 'S THREE-PLY
KNITTING YARNS at a reduction of Five Cents per pound,
by the bundle, after this date, For Cash, and Cash only.
JOe. HORNE, 77 Market street,
Agent for the Matinfactrirsr
DUKE RYE WHISKY, Old French Brandy
and Port Wine, for medicinal perposea, at
neytEg JOS. PLEMTNfrP.
WOOLLEY'S SALVE for sale wholeslae
and retail at the Drugstore of
JOLLN DAFT, JA,
dell] Corner of Woo i and Sixth eti.. PittSbriral
EMERSON and PUTNAM. for January.
A ;cod at.ortment of Christmas Booka, Amanda, 84., tx.,
ree.olv• d and for nale at
ROBERT A. LI3O.IIIS'S .41 Fifth street..
tixs RGchester Pcarl Starch
N... 3 for mle l y !.J02.31 HENRY EL COLLINS.
FRUITS for Christmas and New' Year.--
Beet Layer Raigins; choice new Flcs, In drum!, and pa
per laze -4, only 18%,.. iL., at
El A wnRTEI., BRO. & BR PANLEIVi.
a the Diatunnd.
:p ow TO MAKE HOME HAPPY.—Tho
time for making PRESENT? Ls near at hand. Hal - ce
glad the heart of yoar wife, rhild or friend, by preseutilw
them with a pair of EIGAV SHOES or GAITERS, from the well
known People's Shoo Store. Ciente'. Lahlies', Boys and
Children's ware of every description at PRICES GREATLY
10KDIJOED. DIFFNBAOILIOI & 00.,
CIDER. ---5 bble. Sweet Cider, for salejOly
deg LiKNSY COLLINS
DUTTEIL-3 boxes prime roll, received
end for rate by ffc-31 1
.3.LN11.Y 11. OOLLINB.
COPPERAS. -10 bble on hand and for sale
by NMI F L VAILNESTOOK & CO
REEF BLADDERS WANTED.—The high
ouut price paid for Beef BLadf.,..rm, at
B L. FAIINESTOCK & CO'S,
Corner Wood and Fourth otreelte.
WINES AND LIQUORS.—The best qual
ity of Brandy, Wine, Gin, Joiaiiic.l Spinni, Oki Bye
Whisky, Irish and tictair t h Whisky, London Varier, Brown
Stout, Ohamrzne Wino, on hand and for tale by
I JAMES PATTON, Jr.,
MCI AllsabnaY Olr.
CLEVELAND & PI TSBURGH RAILROAD,
PITTSBURGH, COLUMBUS AND CINCINNATI RAILROAD ; LINE,
THE CLEVELAND AND PilUSßUlllifi RAILROAD COMPANY, AND THE, PITTS
ii-' i,,,i,. ..2 • :.L.Nlif . r, ,i) C:. ,CI .. :NATI Rail, , :AD C011,6,NY, having made arrangement with the PITTS,-
EURtill, F l'. .st .11 ..r. AND CH ICA.HA RAILROAD CoNIPANY, for the j,.int use of their .10:.oad between Pittsburgh
and Itoclie,ter, ,iis rut, ~, eir Trains daily, (Sunday A exceptel,) tie lialows, commencing MON DAY, January 25th, 1858:
I LrA' E. LEA VE. / ARRIVE. I ARRIVE, I ARRIVS.
Cinciur,ati E; - „pi 0,46 Pitbit,Lri,:s., ti .u 0 A. At. "lenbenville, 9,45 A. n. Columbus,s:23 P.U.'Cincrti 10:00 P.ll.
Mail •' 6.4., ~ ~ 10:45 ••1 WheePg 12:10 PAS Cleveland, 31.5 "'Chicago, •—•..
Cincinnati Expressl '' 2:35 P. st I
Ili 5:49 P. ta. I " 7:24 " Columbus, 1:50 A.miCincili 8:00 A.ll
~teub. Accom'tiou - -Lod '• Wellsville, 6:44 •• i Stenb'ville 7:50 p.Oll
The 6:00 A 51. /Loa 2:35 i'. M. Lam., run through to Columbus without c h ange o f care, making direct connections for
Dayton, Indianapolis, CU/Ml/Ad, I.ollBVille, Cairo, andz. , t. 1... Lis.
The 6:45 A. M. Train • t ps at all e t.•.tiuns, and courbcte at *. ayard with train on Tuecarawas Branch fur New Philadel
phia, and all ',Mute on that it ,-o. At Lludsim ,tits the U. 1. Sr. C. It. It. fur Cuyahoga all and Akron. At Cleveland
with Cleveland and Toledo Ratiroa•l for Toledo, Detroit, Chico en; and at Chicago with all railroads leading to the North
,ve-t. AM. with Lake Shore Railroad for Erie, Dunkirk, au ll do, Niagara Falls, and Canada.
The 6:45 A. M. and 2:35 P. 51. 'Trains atop at all stations on lite River Line, and connect at Wheeling with the Baltimore
and unio Railroad fur Cumberanu, Harper's Ferry, BLIILID.IOT-, and Washington City. At Belleair with the Cant. al Ohio
Uailroad for Zanesville, Circleville, Lancaster, Wilmington, etc.
The 4P. M. Steu , ,enville Acc,ininodation stops at all Way-otations. ,
RETURNING Tr.....1.N, from Cincinnati arnve in Pittsburgh, en iollows :
That leaving Cincinnati at 4::i.li P. M. run.; through without change of care, and arrives at Pittsburgh 7:50 A. M. This
train on Saturday evt niug rune directly through to Pittsburgh, and passengers can leave for Philadelphia via Pennsylva
nia Railroad t n Sunday everrittg at 10 P. M.
That leaving Cincinnati at ti.uo A .M. arrives in Pittsburgh at 6:50 P.M.
T :e above 'trains will .:op on .Ignql of the Station Agent, at any Station between Pittsburgh and Rochester, to take
up patarenge re going to :u .y p••in: on or beyond the lin- of [We Road. Trains will also stop to leave passengers coming
from this Broad to any etation between Rochester an i Pittsburgh.
Passengers desirit•g - to go to Chicago, or ',Mute beyotoi Chicago via Cleveland, mutt ask for Tickets via Cleveland.
Passengers deei, mg to go tio CJIUMbIItI, Cincinnati, or St. 1....mi5, or points beyond Culandins via Steubenville, must ask
for Tickets via Steubenville.
.41-&- Baggage checked through to all principal p,ints, and transferred free of charge.
Fur Tickets and ail ❑ uu ru...tr di appa r to lti. /RUE t' &RR iN, at th, Ticket Oilier-, Pt nn Street Depot.
F. R. MYR ha, General Ticket Agent. C. AP. it. It.. Cleveland. JAMBS FARMER, Scp't, C. &eR. It , Cleveland
1. A. 11171GliiN,O.N, arenerat Ticket Agent, P. O. & C It. R., Columbus.
is W. W. W. BAGLEY, Superiuterdent, P. C. & C. It. R., CA)1.1111d/114.
No. 17 Fifth street, near MarieL
. „ .
,O, I[ll,llo .-tf11) Ni 0 T
The Pittsb'h, Ft. Wayne A', Chicago
WITH ITS AMPLE ROLLING STUCK
and rquipmeut,aud its through conuections,is pre
pared to transport Ya.66ciw.uni and rreight from PHILA.
DELPIA and Prrl'SßUlffiH to CILICAIs , J, ST. LOUIS, IN
DIANAPOLIS, CiNUiN NATI, ant: all places Vi est and South
with a great degree of regularity' and expedition.
The fact tnat this itoad lona. , a direct and consolidated
line between Pittsburgh and Chicago, is a srifilcient guar
antee that its Trains will make good time, and connections
with Trains on other
PASSENGFIt Tii.AINS LEA\E•
Pict burgh. C. mtline. I Ft. Wayne.
11. S. 31ni1, . 5:30 A.::1. I 2:00 P.M I 9:ou P. M.
Expresa •1:15 P. M. 1.0:115 P.M 5:45 A. M.
1.3.F.A.011 CHICAGO—U. b. Mau at 5:30 A. M.; Ex, rebs
at 2:OU P. M.
• .• - .
ne.Aott CINCINNATI—II. S. Mail at 8:53 P. M.; Express
7:00 A.. di.
AU Trains make close connections at Crwtline for Colum
bus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis and St. Louis; also at Fort
Wayne with Trains ouLash and Western Railroad for
Lafayette, Central Illinois and St. Lords ; also, at Forest with
Trains on the Al. It. & L. E. it. It.
E. ET U KNING.
From Chicago. IF t Wayne. Crestline. I Arr.Pttsb'g
U.S. P. +1.5: 5:30 A.M. 11:4..6 P.ll. I 0.10 P. M..
Express, rUO .s.S.I I 2.:UU, P. M. 11.):U5 P. Al. i 7r2.5 A M
These Trains wake close counucttouti with Truame fur Phil.
adelphia, Baltimore and Now York.
Trains from St-Louie, Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Colum
bus make elude connection:, at Uri:sumo with all returning
Triune. At Fort Way ue, Twine from St. Louie. Central Mi
nnie, Lafayette, and intermediate places, connect with above
Trains. At Forest, cu:liluctions are made with Traind to and
from Cincinnati, Springfield and Dayton.
ACCOMMODATION T...AlNS—L•rave New Brighton for
Allegheny at 7:UO A. 57... and 1Y:30 P. M. Leave Allegheny
for New Brighton at 0:45 and 4:30 P.
To accommodate way travel, P--snenger Cars will be at
tached to Freight Traine; leaving Pittabragli at 8:45 A. 51..;
Creetline for Alliance, at 6:65 A. Si.; Alliance for Creotime,
at 6:30 A. M. and Alliance for Paten:train at 7:45 A. Si.
BAGGAUE CLIECKLD and no charge for
Fur Tickote and further information apply to A. T. Jt )11N.
SUN, Agent, at the ureat Westc.m itediroad Urtice,
on the corner, at the Monongahela 1101:11143, Pittsburgh, i , r te
Geo. Parkin, easseuger:itation, Penn Street, between Wayne
and Canal; B. F. PATRIC'S:, No. 00 Dearborn street, oppo
eite the Tremont Lions., Chicago, or to the Agents at the
Stations on the line.
TO COMMENCE ON MONDAY, J...unary 25th, and col 3
61PM until further notice.
J. J. HOUS'T'ON, Gnu. 2isas'r. and Fr't. Ag't
D. W. Piaar. Agent, Chicago.
JOB. H. 'AI. 'ouperintewieut.
la _t il EU
THE Pittsburgh and Uouaellsville Railroad Is now °lone•
for the transportation of passengers and freight to and f um
Pittsburgh and Connellsville, connecting with the PentsY l
vania Central Railroad at Btu - that's Station.
Arrangements have also btleLt made with the Pennsylvania
Central Railroad, by which through freight to Philadelphia
anti Baltimore will be carried from points on the Pittsburgh
and Connellsvilie Railroad, by car loads, on favorable terms
RUNNING oF TRAINS.--On and after Monday, etl:
of October, the Passeugm Trains will be run daily, except
buudays, as follows:
'JAIL IRA bad., Passouger Station of the
PULE:* itzmia Railroad, at rittsolirgh, at 75th o'clock, a.
arriving at, Conuellsville at Ittaiu A
EXP:LESti , leaving Pittsburg', at
4i2ti 0, mid 11.,4it Comiellsville at 5:2,02. M.
It BTU it:, N • r RAIN will leave Councils.
Otte at 6 o'clock, A. M. connecting With the Johnstown
Accommothithm Traiu, be Pen ueylvania Railroad winch
arrivea at Pittsburgh at II M.
MAIL TRAIN, lescing,Connef sville at 2.00 P. hl., rod
connects with the !limo. iii Accommodation Train, on Cie
eennsylvania Railroad, whtrL amt..", in Pittston gh at tblo
Mail Train rtonnectq at Count with Hunting
Ilalrs Coaches l'r Unr,nrown. Frostburg, Cumberland, tt c.
Also at West Newton with coacher for ,11.nnt Pleasant,
Somerset, Berlin, Sau,:patch,ll7l , i Cumberland
Tickets can be had trout Twit., Agent at Ulu Pennsylvania
Railroad Passenger Ders.t.
de:3o li. tiLACIiSTONE Bupsrinteudeut.
NEW IVESI'ERN EtOUTIE,
TO CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE and ST. LOUIS
VIA PITTSBURGH., FT. WAYNE and CHICAGO
CINCINNATI, LIA3h LTUN A DAYTON RAI LROA DS,
VIA: DELAWARE CUT-OFF
tk_. Di:lance only 32 inileJ INUsburylt to Cincinnati
THIS LINE is composed of Roads of the
lirst.Class, and a located through a beautiful ail,l
highly cultivated portion of the State.
Direct connection is made at Cincinnati with the Ohio and
Misids:iippi Railroad, (the tracks of the C. 11. D. b. 0. 6t Si.
Roads, being connected, far
Connection made ut St. Louis with the Pacific Rath. ud
and Missouri Raver Packets, for
KANSAS AND NEBRASKA,
And all points Wes,. Also connects at Cincinnati with
Kentucky Central R. lt., for Lexington, Danville, Frankfort
and all points in Central Kentucky.
Trains leave Penn street Station as follows :
Through to Cincinnati with
3 A. M.
• but one change of care, ar
riving at 0:46 P. Al.
Express Passenger Train. at
:ls p . riving in Crestline at lo:05
• A • A. M., Cin. 8:00 P. It.
ta. BAGGAGE CHECKED THRCUCHI.SIO.
Fare as Low as any other Route.
For all information, and Through Tickets, apply at the
Ticket °dice, corner s.lunJngahel , House, or at Penn street
4 1 -4 - Pssieugr,rs desirous of going this route will ask for
Tickets via Delaware Cut-Off.
J. 11. MuOlLi, Supt. P. Ft. W. C. tl. It,
DA-Y'L 111cLaltEN, Supt. C. 11. Si D. 8..
uur2f3 . _
THE CHEMICAL OLIVE ERASIVE
SOAP, manufactured by B. C. & J. .I. ;;eiwyer, re.
receives the preference over all other kinds ever offer d for
Its advantages over other soaps are:—let It is cheaper
to use, one pound being equal to three of common rosin
Soap. 21. Half the time need only be occupied in washing
when this Soap is used in place of other Soap. 3d. Lab r
in washing can be nearly d amassed with, as the clothes
wiil require little If any rubbing, thus avoiding their wear
on the wash-board. 4th. Polling the clothes is unnecessary
when this Soap Is used, and hard or salt water answers
equally as well as Foft. 6th. Printers, Machinists, Painters
and others, find it far sup .rior to other Soaps. It speedily re
moves grease, tar, paint, printers ink and dirt from the
hands, leaving the skin soft, and free from chapping.
To avoid the labor o 1 rubbing the clothes, and the use of
the wash.bo trd, the following directions should be followed :
For the washing of eight or ten of a family, take one
pound of Soap, mst, it into shaving', and dissolve in one
gallon of hot water; put tau clothes into a tub containing
about ten gallons of warn water; pour in the dies:dyed
Soap, and stir thoroughly. Let ti ens soak twenty to thirty
minutes, wring out, and rinse In warm water once, cold
water twice. A very dirty wristband, or seam, or grease
spots, may require a slight ruubing, but otherwise the
clothes will come out clean and white, without rubbing or
boiling. Cold water may be need in place of hot, requiring
about double time in soaking.
Oa - Observe our name on each bar.
For sale, in any quantity, at our warehouse, No. 47 Woad
street, and at our works ; opposite the Hound House, Penn
sylvania B. 0. & J H. SAWYER,
ja2l No. 47 Wood street.
EMBROIDERIES.—Our excellent stock of
French Embroideries, and the low prices at which
they are marked, offers rare inducements to ladies wishing
to parch... the latest styles.
123 bus. Neahannock Potst es;
60 do Pes.ci , 10t:ss-m k'otat , ,s, ju-t
and for aao J.t M.F;;! A. YETZNIt,
VOR RII' I ,NT.—A two-atory Dwelling House
(Gothictyle), pleasantly eituat,.l on alt Washin.i.too ;
contains Bove; rooms 'ell arranged, carriage bons- stable,
and spring o good, soft water, convenient. 'Vet, $lOO per
Also, can Ihe had with die above, if desired, a Green
louse and Fite Acres of I,.nd in ;mod state of cultivation,
two acres of !which are in strawberries of choice quality;
the remainder is covered with 2:ur,,ery Trees of all kinds,
reedy for clip gardener iu get into a profitable biminess.
The strawberry-plants and trees y,ill be sold on accommo
dating terms, and a lease of the boo's and grounds can be
iad for a term of years. Apply to
Ja 21 9. OUTH.Giiitt .i. 3.1 N, 61 Market street
D UFF AN.
---- - -- •
for sale at
W. S. HAVEN'S,
Corner Marker and Second efreeta._
()NTHE CONEMAUGLI R..
sale a Valuable Farm in West' orelazd county, 2%
miles from Blairsville, on the North Western Railroad, 12u
acres of choice land, 90 acres in cultivation, a young orchard
of 10 acres, 30 acres of exmllent timber, a new dwelling
house of CS rooms—price, $7OO. Terms easy. Real estate
in the city will be taken in part pay.
Ja27 B. Mil BERT 8 SON, Si Market street.
OFFEE.-150 bags prime Rio, for sale by
ja22 H. :sMITH .4 CO.
.lITTER.-3 bbls. fresh roll, for sale by
IMO W. FL MUTH Is 00.
185 S. Winter Arrangement 183 8
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, JAN. 18Ta.
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD
TIII9 BASF MAIL TRAIN loaves the Paaaenger 'iou
every morning, (except Sunday,) at 8:O5 o'clock, Pittabt—gh
time, arriving in Philadelphia at 11.•50 P.M.
'I7IIE EXPRESS TRAIN leaven the Station every evening
at 9:60 o'clock. Stopping only at Greclebnrg, Latrobe, Johns
town, Willmore, Gallitzin, Altoona, &c., connecting at liar
risburg with the Train direct fur Baltimore. and arriving in
Philadelphia or Baltimore at o'clock, P.
El 0 A 10 .
JOtsEPII lIORN E.
77 NTnrket att
THE JOLINSToWN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
dally (except Sunday,) at 3:30 o'clock, P. M. ztopplug at
all stations, and running as fai as Conemaugh.
FIRST ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek
Bridge leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 10:40, A. M. •
SECOND ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Tufts Creek,
Leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 4.20 P. m.
THIRD ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek,
leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 6:20, P. M.
RETURNING TRAINS arrive in Pittsburgh as tollows :
Express, 1:45, P. M.; Mail, 5.00 A. MA Johnstown Accomm>
dation, 11:00 A. iIL; First Turtle Creek Accommodation, 6:50,
A. M., Second Accommodation, 12:40, I'. ki.; Third Accom
modation, 6:10, P. M.
Trains for Blairsville and Indiana, connect at Blairavile
Intersection with mail train East, Express train West, and
the Johnstown accomodation train East and West.
PITTSBURGH AND CONNELLSVELLE TRAINS,
Stopping at all Stations on the eittsbargh and Com:silk
villa Road, leave daily, (Sunday excepted,) as follows: f'
MAIL TRAIN, 7.00 A. M.
EXPRESS TRAIN, 4.21 P.M.
RETURNING TRAINS from Pittsburgh and ;..'onnelLsville
Road, arrive at Pittsburgh, 11.014 A. M. and &10 P. M.
The traveling public will find it greatly to their in
terest, in going East or West, to travel by the Pennsylvania
Railroad, as the accommodations now catered cannot be sur-
passed on any other route. As the Road is ballasted with
stone, and is entirely free from dust, we can promise saints,
speed and comfort to all who may favor this Road with their
.....$1.3,50 I To Baltimore
10,00 ,` Lancaster
To Harrisburg, $7.45.
to New York.—
Baggage checked to all Mations on the Pennsylvania
road, and to Philadelphia, Baltimore and New York.
Passengers purchasing tickets in care, will be charged ten
cents in addition to the Station rates, except from Stations
where the Company has no Agent.
NOTICE.—in cane of Wee, the Company will hold them
selves responsible for personal baggage only, and for en
amount not exceeding $lOO.
N. B.—The Excelsior Omnibus Line has been employed
convey Passengers and Baggage to and from the Depot, at a
charge not to exceed 25 cents for each passenger and bag
.Vor tickets apply to J. STEWAI3.T, Agent,
At the P. IL It. Passenger Station,
on Liberty and Grant streets.
TliE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
, THE GREAT CEuNTRAL RDUTE,connecting
4 r -c. ‘" . " the Atlantic Cities with Western, North-western
and Suutlewesteru States by a continuous Railway direct.
This Road also connects at PittSburgh with Daily Line of
Steamers to all ports un the Western Rivers, and at Cleve
land and Sandusky with steamers to all ports on the North
western Lakes; making the most Dructin, CiIEAPEST anc
set teat t aoutz by which FREIO HT can be forwarded to and
from the Gass? Wx.52.
:Rates between Philadelphia :
riIIST CLASS.— Bouts, Shoes, lists and
Caps, Rooks, Pry Ooods,(in boxes, bales
and trunks,) b0.31,,,21L1 bales)
Feathers, FM, ' Cc.
SECOND CLASS—Domestic Sheeting, Shirt
ing and 'licking (in original bales),
Drugs (in cask-3j, Hardware, Leather(iu
rolls or boxes), Wool, and Sheep Pelts,
Eastward, Ac.., &c.
THIRD CLASS.—Anvils, Steel, Chains (in
casks), Hemp, Bacon and Pork, Salted
(loose or in sacks), Tobacco, macular
turgid, (except Digs , s ur cut,) ac.
FOURTH. CLASS—Coffee, Fish, Bacon, Beef
and Pork, (in casks or boxes Eastward,)
Liird and Lard Oil, Nails, Sods Ash, Her
man Clay, Tar, Pitch, Rosin, AT., Ac.
F LOUlt—sl,oo bbl. until further notio
GRAIN in car bads, 45 cte. fi 100 lbs. until further i,
COPTON—S2.I)I bale, not exceeding 600 fl)s. weight, cut...!
In shipping Goode front any point East of Ph
phis, be particular to mark packages Penno:ww",
iiatirocut." All Goods consigned to tho Agents of this Ron,.
at Philadelphia or Pittsburgh, , rill be forwarded without
WOl - 111101 A Co., Memphis, Te.uo.;
it. F. SUBS CO., St. Lewis; t'. G. U'ltiley & Co., Evansville,
lad.; Dumesuil, Bell A Co., and Carter A Jewett, Louisville,
liy.; it. C. Meldruru, Madison, Ind ; IL W. Brown A Co., mull
Irwin G• Co., Cincinnati; N. W. Graham A Co., Zantkville,
;.Mio; Leech A Co., No. ;14 Kith) street, Boston; Leech & Cu.,
No. 2 Aatur lionee, New York; No.l William street, and No.
3 Battery Place, New York; E. J. Sneeder, Philadelphia.
Magraw L Koons. Baltimore; D. A. Stewart, Pittsburgh.
U. IL 1101JSTON,
General Freight Agent.
H. J. LOA' IiAEHT,
myl Superintendent, Altoona, le.
STEA :71 , 1E RS
1S 5 7
Chicago, Milsvankie and Lake Superior Line
Pleasure Route to Lake Superior.
SPLENDID STEAMER LADY ELGIN IN CONNEC
TION WITH PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE
AND CHICAGO RAILROAD.
Steamer LADY ELGIN,
E. U. TOMPKINS, Commander.
LEAVAS CHICAGO, LEAVEH Alll-WAIIIIII,
Monday July 13. Monday July 13
Saturday " 25.1 Saturday ..
Thursday Aug. 6. Thursday...
Tuesday " 18. Tuesday....
Monday " 31. 10nday.....
Saturday 4 , ipt. 12 Saturday..,
Saturday.... “ 26. Saturday..,
LTAVES Mamoru° ' LEAVNII SUPERIOR, Itzrontii,
Tuesday July 14. Wednesday. July 13
Sunday " 26. Monday...
Friday Aug. 7. Satturciay.
Wednesday " 19. Thursday,
Tuesday Sept. 1. Wednesday Sept. 2
Sunday " 13. Monday " 14
Sunday " 27. Monday ........... .... .. " 2a
Steamer LADY ELGIN will connect at Superior with thr
steamer JAMES CARSON, for Middletow,l, Du Leeth, 0rn.. , -
ta, Wahbegau and Fond du Lac, affording passengers auipl,
time to view the beautiful scenery of the St. Loulo river,
with its many romantic and fascinating Islands.
The LADY ELGIN also connects with steamers for Bli
chanan, Burlington, Encampment Island, Beaver Bay, Sax
on, Hiawatha and Grand Portage, all flourishing towns on
the north shore of Minnesota.
N. B.—After October let, the ELGIN will conform tx. tit'
same order of time as nearly as weather will permit.
For further information apply at the Ticket Offices of th,
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway Compan:,
where Tickets can be obtained to Superior City and all inter
mediate points on the Lakes.
A. T. SPENCER & CO., Agents,
Boot of State street, Chicago, Illinoiv.
LA IVERP 00 L PUILADELPIIIA A N
SCREW STEAMSHIP LINE.
The splendid Steamships forming the above
Line will sail from
From New York
OITY OF BALTIIIORE......Cdpt. Leitch ..... ....Jan. 7 t
KAN,IAROO " Jeffrey Feb. 4th
CITY OP WASHINGTON.. " Wylie Dec'r Halt
CITY OF BAETImoa " Leltaly
And every alternate Thursday.
Every alternate Wednesday.
Fare From New York—Cabin $75. Third Class $2O
Pare from Liverpool—Cabin $lO5, 515, and $76. Third
EXTURN TICKETS available for Six Months by any
Steamer of the Line.
Cabin, sl4o—Third Claw $7O
Persons about proceeding to Europe, or wishing to send for
their friends from the old country, can purchase Tickets , •an
obtain all information by applying to J. G. Dalt:y . l3
way, N. Y
SABEL k CORTIS, 177 Broadway, Now York,
Or JOHN THWIPSON, CO Liberty st., Pittsburgh.
Passage Certificates by First-OmA Sailing Packets. bet ween
New York and Liverpool. Also, Sight Drafts sold by the
MONEY MONEY 'A—PRICES MARK
-Great reduction in the price .of Embroideries
We have gone carefully over our handsome stock or
MUSLIN BANDS. etc.. etc.
A n d ft rid the prices to snit the •"Haid Times."
The Ladies may rely on getting bargains at
oct27 110itYk."9, 77 Market street.
DRINTED FRENCH. MEILINOES, for G 2
and 75 cents, worth V. on $1,25, the best amrtrnent
to the city. C. lIANEON LOVE,
(t - ninarly Cote Brothere).
No 74 Market str,,t.
CHIMNEY TOPS.-100 Gothic Chimney
Tops. of various beautiful pattern.s, for sale by
ace/ fllnatY U. °OWNS.
OIL CLOTHCIAO THING—Of all kinds,
black and yellow, fir &do at the India [tubber Depot
and 23 At Clair street. [de9l J. it H. paiLnit• S.
WEST INDIA PRESERVES. —lO dozen
assorted, just received and for Bale by
RHYMER &, ANDIEBJ3ON,
4.Q Nn. 89 WOOTi irtra.l4 I
TEL LIES;-50 dozen Currant, Blaekbery
Oranku, Quince, Peach, and Grape Jellies, for Bale by
ItEYMER. & ANDERSON,
' so wood street, oppr,lte St. Char!.2 117tal-
MANGAINESE.-5000 lbs. for sale by
- dal Owner cf Wood add Rod droefta
DooToß HOOFLAND'S CELEBRA.LED
G.E13.14.A.P1 It: UTTERS,
Ytt sv La. C. H. JACKSON, Paruefra, Pi.,
Will effectually cure
LIVES. COUPLAINT, DYthi'EPSLA JAUNDICE, CIS.B.J.
MC GB NtlitYOUS DEBILITY', DISEASES
OF THE KIDNEYS,
Aild ad Disearsi a m singiji-ont a disordered reindeer to weds,
Goo, Inward Piles,
I?allnees, or Blood to the
Head, Acidity of the Stomach, •
Nauseam Heartburn, Disgust for Food,
Fullness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructa
tatione, Sinking, or Flattering at the Paul the Ste
mach, ,swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating
sensations when in a lying posture, bunuess of Visi,e,
Dote or Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain
In the Head, Deficiency 01 Perspiration, Yel
lowness of the Skin and Limbs, Pain n
the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, .to.,
Sudden Flushes of Heat burn
ing in the Flesh, Constant
imaginings of Evil, and
great Depression of
In attributing such valuable properties to this remedy, no
nun er unwarrantable assertion is mada,lint is simply stated
a fact; proven undeniably and conclusively by the extract.
Amery cures, and benefits derived from its use, under the di
ruction of its illustrious originator, Dr. Hootland, among ell
classes of European society, and from the immense mass of
testimony, from all parts of the American continent, aeon
mulahal during the last ten years, in the hands of the pres
ent proprietor. The prevalence of diseases to which the
German Bitters are adapted, it is with sorrow we say it, is al.
most universal, indeed there is scarcely a family thronghoat
the whole extent of our country in which there cannot be
toiled among its members that peculiar sallow and languid
appearance denoting a diseased Liver, or an emaciated and
Then of what immense impurtauee`to this class of invalid
that a certain and reliable remedy should be. placed 4\ itil I
their reach; one in which no 'uaueful or injurious drug Cu
tore into its composition ; a remedy on which the patient can
sly with the utmost confidence and certainty, and be assured
trom actual and tangible proofs that the article he La using
really possesses the virito a attributed to it. Such a remedy
as "1100FLAND'S GERMAN BPitTERS." Thousands o
dullars have been expended iu its manufacture and diffusion
throughout all parts of this continent, and the proprietor
feels the greatest satisfaction in stating that there is no
state county, or even village, whore the Nedicine has been
Introduced,, that there cannot be found numbers willing
testify to its virtues.
It is used constantly in th.c practice of a large unmoor
the most prominent Physicians in the country, whn have
also added their written testimony in evidence of its great
virtues. In C 91.1011161011, then, see would respectfully ask ul
all those afflicted with any el the above dieeosee to give the
Bitters a trial, and rest tissured it will never be regretted.
in proof of the statements above made, all are invited to
read attentively the Almanac published annually by the pro
prietor, fur Farmers and Faireitee, cOnialyoug a great num
ber of useful receipts, in addition to the testimony in favor
of the Bitters, from the most prominent and well known In:
dividnals in all parte of the Union. All Agents for the Bit
ters are authorized to distribute the Almanac gratuitously.
Principal Office and Manufactory, so Arch street, Philadel
For sale wholesale by Druggists In all the principal cities,
end at retail by Apothecaries and Storekeepers in every town
In the United States and Canada, and by
p. L. reIiNESTUCIi. si CO. and
Dr. Crlo. H. BIASES.,
Ut all thee:save the giciit, tint canna
:wrings from neglect of Nature's LaW3
IT 114' N 1:"
WWREN A CURE IS GUARANTEE]) IN
alt stages of SECRET DISEASES, Self-Abuse, Ner- I
vous Dariliey, Strictures tileeta, °ravel, Diabries, Diseases
ut the lielueya and Blo4der, Mercurial Itimuatatistu, Scro
tum, Patna in the Bon en and Ankles, Dhieases of the Lungs,
Throat, Nose and Eyes, Ulcers upon the Bony or Lambe, Can
cers, Dropsy, Epileptic Fits, St. Vita's Dance, and all diseases
arising Irons a clutangenieut of the Sexual Organs, such as
UnIVOLth trembling, lona cu . memory, loss of power, general
weakness, dimness of vision with peculiar spots appearing
before the eyes, loss of sight, wakefulness, dyspepsia, liver
diseases, eruptiens upon the lace, pain in the back and head,
female irregularities and all improper discharges free: both
assts. It matters not front what cause the disease origins.
ted, 111"trer lung standing or obstinate the case, recovery Ls
certain, and in a shorter time than a permanent cure can be
effected by any other treatment, even after the disease hse
baffled the skill of eminent physicians and resisted ad the r
means 01 cure. The medicines are pleasant without odor,
causing no sickness and tree from mercury or balsam. Dur
ing twenty years of practice, 1 have rescued from the Jaws
of death many thousands, who, in the last stages of the
above mentioned diseases had been given up to die by then
physicians, which warrants me in promising to the afflicted,
who may place themselves under my care, a perfect and
most speedy cure. Secret diseases are the grea-est enemies
to health, as they are the first cause of Consumption, Scro
fula and many other diseases, and should be a terror to the
human family. As a permanent cure is scarcely ever effect
ed, a majority of the cases falling into the hands of incom
petent persons, who not only Mil to cure the diseases but
ruin the constitution, tllltug the system with mercury,
which, with the disease, hastens the sufferer into a rapid
But should the disease and the treatment not cause death
speedily, and the victim marries, tho disease in entailed
upon the children, who are born with feeble constitutions,
and the current of life corrupted by a virus which betrays
itself in Scrofula, Teeter, Ulcers, Eruptions and other affec
tions of the skin, eyes, throat and lungs, entailing upon
them a brief xistence of suffering and consigning them to
au early grave.
nentsLir MiliBkl is another formidable enemy to health, fu;
nothing else in the dread catalogue u buniae Shames catlffed
no destructive a drain upon the system, drawing its thou
eands of victims through u few years of suffering down to au
untimely grove. It destroys the nervous system, rapidly
wastes away the energies ,it We, Criatias mental derangement,
prevents WE proper develn puenut of the system, disqualitted
:ur marring;, o. catty, Lnnue,e, and all earthly happiness,
shad 'vales the suderer wi etched in body and mind, predis
pored to Cousumptlon dud a train et evils more to be
:1 roared than death itself. With the tallest Ctailliturtria IM
ourn the unfortunate victims ut sell-Abuse that a permanent
alid speedy cure can be elf.-tied, and with the abandonment
of ruinous practices iny patient+ can be teetered to robust,
Tee afflicted are cautioned an.gainni t tire UV! Medi
clues, fur there are so many ingenious [Mania in the columns
of the public prints to catch arid rub the unwary sufferers
that millions have their constitutions ruined by the vile
compounds et quack doctors, or the ()guilty poisonous no,
trums vended as "Patent Medicines." .1 have carefully ana
lysed many of these called L'atcut Medicines and bud that
nearly all of them contain Wrrusivi, Sublimate, which is
one of the etrougest preparations 01 mercury and a deadly
poison, which instead of curing tho disease disables the sys
tem for life.
DOc. f 100 fas.
75c. 109 0)
60c. 160 tue
Three-fourtna of the patent nue:Tama now in use are put
up by unprincipled and ignprant persons, who do nut under•
stand even the alphabet of the 111..caeria nu:du:nom," are equal
ly ac destitute of any knowledge in the human system,
mug one object only in view, cud that to melte money regard
less of consequences.
irregularities and all 'diseases of males and females treated
ou pruicipies established by twenty years of practice, and
sanctioned by thousands of the most remarkable cures.
Medicines, with full directions, sent to any part of the
United States or (3:math:a, by patients communicating their
symptoms by letter. Business correspondence strictly con.
tldential. lddres .1. M. D.,
Ottlce No. 1131 Filbert street, (Old No, loll,)
beiow Twolull, Fliiladelphia.
11*P34 1 1+irii tir*4
Private and Confidential Medical Advice!
T TILE BUFFALO PRIVATE llOSPl-
TAL—Established fur the cure of Syphilis, Seminal
Wealtneas and the Secret Infirmities of Youth and Maturity,
by Dr. AMOS it SON, iluffalo, N. Y. Office corner of Lail,
and Quay streets, (up stairs)
ALMOST tiOIENTIFIC INVENTION.
An instrunfunt for the cure of Genital Debility, or NUcttli •
nal EmissionS, more properly known as Seminal Weakne.,:,,
dc. Can be permanently cured in from fifteen to tw.ucy
daye, by the use of thh, instrument, when need conjointly
YOUNG MEN TAKE PAIITICITLAR NOTICE.
18 5 7
Dr. AMOS .5t SON take pleasure In announcing that they
have invented a most important instrument tor the cure e.
the above diseases. It has been subjected to a test by au
most eminent physicians iu London. Paris, Philadelphia .itar
New York; it has been declared the only useful instrLineri
ever yet invented, for the cure of Seminal Weakness,or 503
disease of the genital oriane, caused by the secret bAbin
Dr. AMOS & SOn, In order to satisfy the most skeptics.
as to the merits of their instrument, pledge themselves 1111/1
in any instance where they may prove unsatisfactory aft,
fair trial, the money will be refunded by returning the
strument in good order.
Persons wishing the above useful Instrument will °beer,
that the price, with the accompanying directions, secure::
packed and sent by express, is ton dollars.
NEW REMEDIES AND QUICK CURES.
Dr. AMOS A SON may be consulted from eight o'clock it
the morning until uiae at right, in every atage and aymp
tom of the Venortal Disease, tionorrhma, Gloats, ..9alcondar:,
Symptoms, Seminal Weakness, impotence and Strictures
the Urethra, etc., with inviolt.ble secrecy. The trestmen.
they adopt to tae reen.t of upward of thirty years' extensivt
and successful priscucti in Lotion. The moat iuveterat•
aura of Venereal Da,easea er:idlistvd in eight or nine d
and canoe of a. alight nature to two or thr.o days, at EL mot.-
crate 01DE31150. The cure effected without confinement ci
hindrance from businead; also, nodes and pains in the tivue. ,
and limbo, effectually erad'cat.•d.
A OURS WARRANTED.
Dr. ANtO3 & SUN have devoted their attention exclusive
ly to this peculiar class of maladies, and the relief they have
consequently been enabled to render to their fellowcreatur ,
is fully testified and greattully acknowledged by cancel,.
cent patients and others daily arriving in town from all parts
of the country, for the express purpose only of consulter ens
while their exertions have been crowned with the most a,g
nal advantages; yet from what they have experiencesli r.
inquiring into the causes of these infectious complaint
(from their most condition to that of the most dau
gereus and inveterated) they have always entertained th
possibility of their prevention and removal ; and likewise in.
variably found that the most horrible and mangnant fcrim,
of disease could almost always be traced to one of Vie fol•
lowing causes :—lgncrance, neglect, or the ill effects of nt,
and improper treatment; therefore, Dr. Atlun &
SON have encceered in discovering, in rue selcction of their
remedies, a safe, effectual, and cautions course; otnitLin;.; all
combination of remedies which bear an equivocal character.
as well as those whine premamre or injudicious application
might be productive of bad consequences in the hands of
private individuals. In short, the lautlibl, end of their re
medics is the I,..sening o f a great mass of human misery Ly
the atleniation, relief and prevention of those grievous af
flictions that are in re the secret fee of lila, and which.
while they so extremely surround us, call aloud for our skin
and interference for their extermination.
Per - sous in any part of the world may bo encceesf , .:ll .. .
treated by forwardinga
a correct detail of their cast, with
remittance for medicines, Se.
Addrees Dr. AMOS corner Hain and Quay istreet,
Buffalo. N. Y. ly
ITOVES, STOVES, STOVES.
The " Tropic ^ Cook score, the beet improved, as c
the heaviest of the size Dow' mad.,
Parlor and Chamber Stove. The "Ida," conceded by ti
wbe have it to be the most hateleome and Or nnm
Iron City Stove Warchom,
:0 In 1%7.1 ,bu r,.Tb. C3ll at tho
T. J. C't.klG k Co
YEP' Cii iiatßY PECTORAL AN;
CATE:LAI:TIC FILLS gru-o3 each n baud wr ta'
uovldi IL 1.. FAUN 1.6;700:a CO.
rrgas.-30 half uhests Young liybon: -
A portal, Uurapovid , -r, trovek Tear. w ntoro ruO for exit,
JA3fl- PA'IION, Jr.,
QIIAWLS! SHAWLS!—Lout, Uhenille,
orocha, dc., both lung and rinurn , thr vmy boat in 0..,
city. and at very low prior.. fur
C. HANSON Lt.)VE, fultuerly L ve Bros.,
u0v2.1 N. 74 Market etn•et.
E&NELOPES. Buff, Blue, and W hito
Laid, Adlie.filve, Cluttk 1.u,v,1 dud I'diliruout Pap,
do.; extra thick Credo L..id du.; Legal du.; Note du.; cif
sizes; for sale by w. S. II \ YEN,
octl3o Corner lturhet and Sooond eta.
LANK ACCOUN'r BOOKS.—A largo
fitosli of ecory di...teliption, In atom and for sal° by
W. 8. lIAVEN,
Oonarr of Market and Bocaud streut,
CIDER. -10 Barrels Sweet Cider, for ria:J
by JAMES A. FETZER,
dec7 rti) Wrttur taro&
d ig : TYN'S N. AND B. LINIMENT.—Ten
grov on hand .nd for malo by
a, 1, pktonsmorra 00.
ERAI I F U t
LLVi W LS
li'vers• cdr eZms b=r3
They are not recom
mended as Univers2.
Cure-gills, but simply fc
what their name pur
The VERMIFUGF I 6 . 1
Xpelling Worms fron
the human system, ha,
11 so been administers
with the most satisfactory
7csults to various animals
.3lbject to Worms
The LIVER PILLS ) for
the cure Of LIVER COM
m.AINT, all BILIOUS DE
' ANGEME'NTS 7 SICK HEAD-
CHE F &C.
Purchasers will please
H particular to ask lc-7
. - )1 - ated VERMIFUGE al-.(1
—e. ,e--:, c
y .-r-t- I
i-i. t 3.,,,,,, C; 2 ,
FROPRIE - 1•0,s, Pitt—;-
vcilL. 3 • iia and take
tiire are various
porting to C'¢',v erraifug , .
(.thers- - in comparison
with Dr. McLANE's, are
'The GENUINE McLane's
7ermifuge and Liver
Pills can now be had at
i•OD ST" PITTSBURGH, P.
- 'LANE'S VERMIFUGE AND LIVER
lV PILLS.-75 grow on hand and for &the by
B. L. FAHNESTOCK & CO.
Corner Wood and Fourth straeta.
j)RIVATE DISEASES.-DR. BROWN'S
..a. MEDICAL and SURGICAL Offices, ,r , ,,,......
ho. 50 SMITHFIELD Street, Pitts-
„ el A
DR. BROWN is an old citizen of Pitts- s i•
i'1,i...''... , W,.
2 / .
burgh, and has been in practice for the
~., -,.'-.'"--' . •
hot twenty-five yes.: s. fits business has rq,...4 , ..' ,
. . 5 .ff,7.4/
been confined mostly to Private and Bur• 0 - l,il'(
CITIZENS AND STRANGERS ..k: _,, 0
In need of a medical friend, should not Y-,..,...1p
fall to find out the sure place of relief. '''',..-
The Doctor is a regular graduate, and
his experience In the treatment of a certain class of disease,,
Is a sure guarantee to the sufferers of obtaining permanei ..
relk• f, by the use of his remedies and following his advice.
DR. BROWN'S REMEDIES
never fail to cure the worst farm of Venereal Diseases--el!
Impurities and Scrofulous Affections. Also, all disease
arising from e hereditary taint, which manifests Itself in the
form of a tett-r, psoriasis, and a great many forms of elci:..
dieemen, the origin of which the patient is entirely ignorant
To persons so afflicted, Dr. B. offers 1/01,0E1 of a sure au
Dr. Brown's remedies for this alarming trouble, broug! :
on often by that solitary habit of sensual gratification wick ti
the young and weak-minded often give way to,(to their ow 4
destruction,) are the only reliable remedies known in thin
country—they aro safe, and make a spemly restoration
Dr. Brown's remedies never fail to cure this painful dl,.
ease in a few days—ho will warrant a cure. He also treats
Pile; (Beet, Oonorrhcea, Stricture, Urethral Discharges, le
male Weakness, Monthly Suppressions, Diseases of the
Joints, Fistula in Ano, Nervous Affections. Pain In the Back
and Kidneys, Irritation of the Bladder, together with all
diseases of an impure origin.
A letter describing the symptoms, coutiining a ru, db
meted to DR. BROWN, No. 60 Smithfield street, Pittathargi,,
Pa., will be immediately answered. Medicine sent to any
address, safely packed and secure from observation.
Office and Private Rooms, No. 60 Smithfield street, fitti•
burgh, Pa. my2s
IT IS NOT A DYE.
Mrs. S. A. Allen's World's Hair
RAY JIAIRED, BALD, or persons with
I,_A diseases of hair, or scalp, read the fullowingandjudge,
of the articles:
Mrs. S. A',• ALLEN'S ZYLOBALS.A.IIII/111,
Or WORLD'S; HAIR DRESSING, is eq.,J,i UM to use with
the RESTORER, and is the best Bair Dreseing for old or
young extant, being often efficacious in cares of hair fall
ing, &c. ' without the Restorer..
REV. 11. V. EEGAN, Editor Guide to holiness. "We can
testify to Its effects," &c.
PRESIDENT J. 11. EATON, L. L D., Murfreesboro', Tenn.
"Notwithstanding irregular use, the tailing off of hair
ceased, and my gray locks restored to original color," &c.
REV. S. B. MORLEY, Attleboro', Massachusetts. "it hes
changed the " (town of Glory," belonging to old men,
to the original hue of youth," tcc.
REV. M. TILAOILER, (60 years of age,) Pitcher, Ohettango
county New York. "My hair is now restored; it is
nothing like a dye," &c.
REV. D. T. WOOD. Middletown, New York. "My own hair,
and that of another of my family, has greatly thicken
ed, where almost bald," ttc.
REV. JAMES McKEE, New York city, recommends it, &o
REV. W. PuitTEUn, Stanwich, Conn. .` it has met my
most sanguine expectations, &c.
REV. J. F. GRISWOLD, vikshington, N. B. "It is really
efficacions in restoring the hair," /ex.
REV. G. ill. SPRATT, Lewisburgh, Pennsylvania. "We
can and do cheerfully recommend it," ac.
REV. J. P. TUSTIN, Charlestown, South Ceso " The
white hair has become obviated," i&c.
itEV. AMO3 BLANCIIARD, Meriden, N. 11. "We think
very highly of your preparation," &c.
ELEV. B. C. SMITH, Prattsbnrgh, N. Y. I was surprised
to find my hair turn as when I was young," am.
REY 0 :H. CLINE., Lewiston, Pennsylvania. Ithas stop
ped my hair falling and caused a new growth."
REV. A. PRLNK, Chatanque county, Now York. "I am
idled and recommend it."
REV. D. MORRIS, Cross River, New York. "it is the beat
REV. WILLIAM CU VIER, P.ditor Mother's Magaxixe,New
York. "Recommends it."
rr - We might swell this list, but if not convinced, TRY
We export these preparations to Europe oven, and they
supersedingiall others there as well as In the United
It does not sou or stain. Bold by a 1 the principal whole
eale and retail merchants in the Uttite,l ntatee, Cuba, or
DEPOT 355 BROOM. STREET, N. Y.,
where address all letters and inquiries.
437 Some dealers try to sell articles instead of this, ca
which they make more profit. Write to Donut for circulan,
terms, and information. Genuine is signed, Mts.& .d.. Alien
written in ink. Beware of counterfeits. sep3:e-o-d3indkw
WS. ALLIN'S HAIR RESTORER.-A
barge supply always on hand and fur sato by
novl6 R L. li'AILNESTOCK & CO.
No. 74 Wood street, Pittsburgh,
[JAS JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM
WALDRONJ & GRIFFIN'S
COIN AA GRAIN SCYTHE,
CORN HOES; PATENT AN COMMON ANVILS; STEEL
Traps, very aciperier Drawer Locke,. very superior Gun
Locks, Tinned and Ennamelled Sauce Pane, Basting Spc:.i.s,
Brass Candlesticks, Brass Cocka, Brans Stith floss, Brac , s and
Bits, Measuring Tapee, Superior Waiters, Curry Combs,
Tescm, Coil, Path, Tongue', Stretch and BreAst Chains, with
a variety of other goods, all of which will be eeld at mud
crate terms. apl3
(AIL CLOTHS FOR TIIE FALL TRADE.
NJ We have on hand, and ars daily receiving addltteue
thereto from our own and other m anufactories, a large a:A , ,K
of Floor Furniture, Carriage Tr - Warning, Table Cover, Tra: se
parent, Green and Buff, and all kinds of Oil Cloth, used ior
liouseihruishing and other purposes. Also, Transpa: ut
Window Shade's, of dry and oil fluish—gold bordered and
other styles, and Window Shade Trimmings.
Merchants and others will dud it to their advantago to ex
amine our stock and prices before making their purea''asos
elsewhere. .T. li.
2d and 2S fit. Clair en e.t.
151 E —2OO bbb3. for sale by
las lIENEY 11. COLLINS
SODA.-1000 poundB ou baud
sitet Cu ego by iI o t=EBTOOK I co.,
41412 So Musing Au.
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