Newspaper Page Text
EXTENSIO.N OF' STAY.
DRS. C. M. FITCH 4- J. W. SYKES,
Will coudnue tact , at
tiPPOSITE ST. ('LAIR HuTEL,
TILL APRIL FIRST, 14
Where they may Le consultel (Sun'
daysexcepti.d,) for CONSU . • 1.11t.0:•;
Of:MIS and .4.1..
unctad with, ;,n , I Alt Y DI,.
DRS. 1-112 C: that thou c,inco 4 too varn
Of the EXCEED.
t•h* ;r PIiENIk;N All
(Mir, Ilourtt--10 A. 111. to 4 I'. .1
4 .- V. •RvvS
•It oli)9:2onorp, ‘4 - 0, l• • ', it I• 0,
UP."' C. I J. \S K E
Ea- iLEAT el .-, 1.) . 1 ~• A
Nlerchnn t, may,—
The 13.tte-s v gt:leral , arlsrArti,l, a_ I
Llert • Witllhnnd y ouC, nur,TuN
reipectiV.:le Cirmer of LIN r. linty "
Stursormus., Ky., MAE ch IS —Dora :;ir: I won
form you that I have h,, a atu rc u„i f. r
Dyspepsia, 11.1 a very aggr-vat d 4 mv.lor .tdeh
Baparilla and yttrium other r.nLocliei, without otitatiming
relief From the fay..r of HoollAnd
German Bitters, I wm indu fed to try thrum, 'muff 1 te , w f•ta
with 'demure, that tfironmtf, if .• eau
health then L. hmis , , done to yff, rl pint, 1111 , 1 Cl.l4.`er
commend the Bitter, t an afflict , I with that terri ,Iff
Repeetto 1 . •,. yours
To Fr. C M..lrick+on
PIE I•u 11
4. ?j•-• '1 —.4 1'; tI P. 41.1.•)1,F. LIST
Modiciae crt.itiog ranch ,t•r Aza.in; iaV.Liide a, Dr.
FOIM'S IN VI , i ~L LI V i..li .iI•nIEDY. It givi,
511 Ch quick r•.•Ii••f as tzi c MIVILICO 1.110 Viddelt of rc•eivia,
ber.l.llt it`ra.,•it a••• oin ~ t 7.0 .• t.d,rn tic do not
know of a • •ri, it has bey a lii1;.•,1 ith.,io
Gc eut, and in all C , 1111,1 , t (iry is ala.it.,l Is
It has •.I u., wide ptyiliti ity
does what it i•• t I 11. It i, C./I1,0,1110)
larging its circlo 111 it beAling on its wino
and boy to t 110.• rt•• t MO eii th, 1 . , in Li ,er COM pini t
Jaundice, Dysiten•ii.t, • g•o•••ral ;I•,bi ity. '• , 12 ltntlsw
pirr4l..uitu IA Fe,
FIRE h N ti A
:rtt n 1111 y Itith, ItisS.
Dry, DEN ',I .of Ilirect, r 4
tiliri Comp tny t tu4 da,, •cl , ir ~ 41 i ^r” 1 nut
of the profit. of tie ni ,, ntti., 0: YOUR Iv.LLA 00 1 01
Bhare, 1 / 4 /111101l.irr to Cae s' u. 555.
No le President.
(}r._ Kers Of the Coinpvily 1 . r eri,tilig Britt over 11d
Allegheny river, eq. ilecitet, A .11% TWO
DOLLARS A Oil the old stii_ k el the Company in
which dividnl,da are 'irk le, which k illollr,bt
able k, stockhohleci, th.er tew it rep , e-eu Naive.
PittstiorKli. iirivr..• Ist, 14 s c
0„, 1:112r, —1 1 N.', I" " ).N T! - IE
..f ), . 1,1.1 to
.0 C.) J 41/11 , y,
-1)15S, It, • 4 ; -1:1 • t; II WI Ll.l A'4 t
EILICO , • „ • I', (3.,tip LiA
arm , partl.l,,,
BY 0 : -!! BRS
.•i 11i E., A. BM
! rt..) .ry :411ta,
AN 1-:1,i1;"1:10 - •nt, Ml\ 401/ '
cor-1 tha ..',acttpa:.t, for cr,1111,1 a lin , ig , ar, the
M011011),71110iit try; I, w Al'••4ll , •hy ,aun
ty, VLtlha hold ott L'ia , 111 ii ).,; DA V. , lar a le: ,
1135 i, at 3 oak, JMIN *L'lil
fal :1 ttllta
NTTSEUR:ra J':TE:,';',"3, WORKS.
, No L. D t 5 V. I.IcCULLOUGH
ISAAC JON E
JON ES, SOY)
*.; f?, Li,
SPRING, PL(P.ii AN;)
SPRINCi A '..
Corner iLae, I:L - 1 St
D. EL a 1) C i 9.
ROGEK•3' 1 , 1? - 1:.);!; , ".. D PATENT
STNEL euLrl vyvoq
eoRN. Rosa AND FIL.ST SCILECTS,
Forwarding and Couinissioli Merchant
Flour, Grain, Bacon, Lard, liutter, Seel:, Dried Fruit
and Produc , generally,
Corner of !II arne t and Flrgt
REFER To— Francis G. Boil y, EK% , Dilworth,
S. Cuthbert & Son. lieyd k. Ott, llniskel,
Swearingen, S. Ilredy, Co!., ,4 flank. l,e , t 114,1.,
Mangle A Co., George W Paxton
JOHI N 0 0 Eit E. A. ED ,
C01)1 MISSIO N ERC TIAN T,
PIG METAL. AND 3LOOMS,
No. 27 W., ,o • PA
BACON ) Li:lL'!"
AND PRO b R_3 Ll, F
y - Sttrct!
i A.; Uf ACTU i: i:Il , ,
L 4 Li r
C.9logne Sp:irßis and, a•'ttNea 4)IR,
tio , . 167 .1 Seound .-treot.
4 , ,,10:1vd24711,
?._4 1241 U O:4TOC
IMPORTER A:, DEALER IN
F 1( R 1 0 1 a 1 N M i
No. :4 Wood 'street, between :lir:Anon ,
allay and Fourth ctrcet,
Tam subscribe,' is now opening e. well Aeli,ted
I❑.• cut of foreign and domestic Uariware,all ne, - ,...ed will 10
told ou as good terms as any other house iu this city. IL
W Xll always keep on baud a general as,ortnient of
tiARDWAKE. OUTLE.ItY, CA/LPENTI4:IIB' TWLS, &c.,
'l' which he respectfully iavites the attention of I -chnsini
1-14:filDWA. it E.
FAHNESFUCK, No. 74 WOOli
Aroot, rittAburgh ha. on h.AA a largo
STOCK OF HARDWARE,
Which lu will sell vary low for Ca3lE. to addition to hi
tocka, Elntos, fictive, and Vorici, and 5p. ,,, t/d, and a larg
aLtiortnaent of .;arposstor's 'fos.ls, he tow rootovis.l a largo so;
ply of Sun,u4t. Cu h r., and Ilffo' e ;
uol; 01,4, Tungneo uud Pokers;
c(29 Proolorvinst Kettles.
GOLD AND 11.v1:Ii. aP :CTACLES,
AT rtiAINUFAC'ICUIR.EIt'S l'tt ICES
II V LI Et U\E ETI•:Its,
or weighing' spin i t 4 thtt urn.
LrQuglit to [ILO .:ity,
varying in price Crum jti Le Vitt ouch.
alwayli 011 hand nt E 'S.
“ptinian. 58 P4fth
be 23 kinit
L. C. I.I.E.PI3URN,
AT CORN F.ll' . Ar A JD OON VE YA Ne
NEW TEA STORE,
'.221 1 trtl strecl,
151.4 T ,0(11TU INJ FACTORY
J 0 I-1 A N 11. EW S .
(La.te of tae Pekin Tel Store,)
R ESPE CT 1. \* I -\." io.lti Fl IS
01,Z op-t,, , d
ttt the above ~t,t,,•1.
GREEA I.oillo Itll,4lCli. TEAS ;
ALSO, COFFEE AND SUCARE,
q 4 THE BEST Blt k'N , s
Os:ill price, It ,••• ••• i ' ••I • • • ,• • i oN. t,
& T. GROUTT, importers f .
Gin, Win, A.c, r, .11,1
Kyw Whisky, Peoch aro! Apple Brandy; u 15,, Ii EUTI I ERS
AND DISTILI,ERS. coruer of MITHFELD 'll,l FRONT
OAIB.-200 bus. to arrive by railroad, thi s
Shy, /1111 for sale by Li ARV 11 0)1.11 ,
ERNS.-15 Mts. just ree'd and for sale I y
11, 1,20 II'o:NRY U CoLLINS.
ULL BUT R. —2 bbls. this day ree'd
L and 11.411 bait by ifeaki tiENki.Y 11. OOLLINti.
No. 101 Penn street.
!'n'TSlit: I OH, PA
MC AL AFFAIRS.
The Pardon of filtewait.
Tho news that Munroe Stewart had been pardoned
f TVOS received by telegraph on Monday evening, and
announced in the daily papers of Tuesday. The in
, tekigence, as it was not unexpected, created scarcely
any exritoment, yet many persons who were anxious
(3 Stewart went up to the jail yesterday morning,
ear,ellog to see him released and carried off in tri,
uoil.h. But this desire was not to be gratified imme
onvoly. Athough a special messenger arrived from
Ilarrisburgh at five o'clock on Tuesday morning,
bearing a free pardon from Governor Packer, for the
murder of George Wilson, yet there is still another
indictment pending against him for the killing of
Elizabeth 11I'Masters. What disposition will be made
of this indictment, we cannot say. It has been sup
: rosed .hat a wille proxequi will be entered; but if it
were, th,, Judo might refuse to grant it. In that
Stewart would be obliged to remain in jail
I.is, trial until next term. If this should be
r , sult, a change of venue alight be necessary, as
it would he diflimit to find twelve men in Allegheny
c , onty who have not expressed eu opinion Re to the
guilt or innocence of Stewart. The matter lutist rest
a, al nr „,„..., oath S a turday at al'. events ; %%lull BUttle
w ir r „l,. ly 1,0 taken in the matter. We
w '•r 1 , ,e pardori :
PENNSYLNANIA, Hr: ,
:,,,, ~,,,,, ,0,1 by thu authority of t h e Coutution
trott!th tti Pcnn•ylt'anla.
It'. F. p.tett,r, flovernt,r of said Coremonwealth,
,„ „tt t ,t wt. out titte_:e pruseritit shall Goma, sende
Wnereas, at a Court ..tf Oyer and TerMiner held in
and f tr the county of Allegheny, at the city of Pius.
burgh, ou the 11th day ut July, A. D. 185 f, a certain
henry File, a ourtsin Munroe Stewart and a certain
Charlotte Jones, were convicted of murder in the first
degree, for killing one George Wilson, and were on
the 25th of July, A. D, 1557, severally sentenced by
the t.aid Ct,urt of Oyer and Terminer to be hanged
by the neck until dead.
And wherea., under warrants issued on the 14th
day of December, 1857, by my predecessor in office,
James Pollock, the said Henry File and the said
Chari.)ttu June, were severally, on Friday, the 13th
of February, instant, executed.
And whereas, subsequent to said conviction, the
raid Berry Fifa and Charlotte Jones did each confess
that they were guilty of the crime for which they
were convicted and sentenced to death, but did see
orally most solemnly assert that he, the said Munroe
Stewart, was entirely innocent of the said crime of
murder, and that they were the perpetrators thereof,
which asseveration was most persistently made by
them in the most seltuan manner at the time of their
And whereas, petition= nuttier, usly signed by citi
zens of the State of Ohio, have been presented to me,
representing that the petitioners were well acquainted
with the said Munroe Stewart, that previous ti,
the itileged commission of the murder aforesaid, his
general eharacer was good.
And whereas, letters and petitions signed by say
,.rat thousand citizens of Allegheny county and else
wheim have been addressed to me, praying for the
pardan r,f M mroe Stewart.
And wherea, after a careful examination of the
ease, I enttrta in serious and grave doubts of the guilt
of the said Munroe Stewart of the crime whereof he
is convicted as aforesaid, and ho is hereby fully par•
Given under my hand and the great seal of the
State at Harrisburg, this 22d day of February, in
the yi ar of our t ISSB, and of the Commonwealb
ha eighty 6ac2t,Ll. By THE UoVF.RNOR.
W. J 7. HEIBTER,
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
De perate Attempt to Cu, a Woman's
On Friday, of last week, a colored woman went to
the house of Mr. Norris, a barber, who lives in Gar.
risen alley. cutting herself Etiza Brown. She stated
that she had been visiting some friends in Wellsville
named Wilkinson. She had been stopping with Mr.
Norris. On Monday he received a letter from Mrs.
‘Vilkinhon,who charged the girl with being extremely
intimate with her husband. Mr. Norris questioned
the girl, who confessed that her name was Louisa
Williams, and that Mrs. W.'s story was true. Mr.
Norris told her she must leave his house, to which
site 7issanted. She was preparing to leave, when Mr.
Wilkinson, in company with another man, came into
the r)om. They tallied for some time together, and
the other man stepped into the next room, leaving
Wilkinson and the girl together. On returning, it
was found that Wilkinson bad drawn a razor and cut
her with it across tha face and throat several times,
when site caught hold of it and broke the blade.
Wilkiritten, although several persons were in the
house, succeeded in making his escape, hut was pur
,,ued down Penn street and caught. Ile was taken
12ef..re Alderman Donaldson, loudly asserting his in,
itocettee. An information was made against him for
assault and battery with intent to kill, on which he
was t outwitted ta jail until Saturday. By that time
itt3 minus of the injuries received by the girl will be
heewn, When ,rre.ted and taken jell a cowhide
up , .n his person. It is believed that be in-
Lol. d to welp rho girl, but that she s,id something
whirs exro,...era•ed him, and he resolved to kill her.
Taero are five wounds on her head; one of them ex.
I , lltk Iron) oar to ear, but the windpipe is not in
jore,i another is on the right cheek, another on her
tongue, and two on her lips. The wounds were
properly dressed. They aro not necessarily fatal.
,honzh they may terminate fatally from the fact that
she woe in a •' critical situation" when the attack
ono, made. She states that Wilkinson is her uncle,
elout!y desiring to screen him, but her brother
denies this fact, and stye he is merely an acquaint-
‘Vestern Penns) Ivania Hospital
On last Saturday, the 20th inat., the following bill
passed the Senate. It is an act granting certain
pri,ilegos to the Western Pennsylvania Hospital,
for the purpose of conducting water into the build.
SECTION L Be it enacted, foe., That the Western
Pennsylvania hospital be and is hereby authorized
and empowered, by and with consent of the Councils
of the city of Pittsburgh, to convoy by pipes and con
duits from the upper reservoir of said city, a sufficient
supply of water for the uses of said hospital; that
toll t'oecr is hereby conferred on said Western Penn
Sylvania hospital, and its officers and agent 4, to enter
upon private property, or upon any street, lane or
alley o. said city district, for the purpose of ascer
taining the test location for said pip-s and conduits,
iney i.e essential to curry into effect the purposes
ot' this act, and alp, to lay down and maintain in re
pair said pipes and conduits; Provided, That before
entering upon pi ivatie property it shall be the duty
of the Court of Quarter Sessions in and for Alle
i gheay county, on the application of either the said
Western Pennsylvania Hospital, or any person deem
, ing himself to have suffered, or likely to sustain any
iaulage from the works hereby authorized, to ap
point three disinterested citizens, to whom the guile
non shall be referred, the report of whom, or a ma
jority thereof, after confirmation by said Court, shall
he Goal and conclusive; And provided further, That
ii,e "Fri unt of sail award shall be first duly paid, or
.secured to be paid, by said Western Pennsylvania
Sec. 2. That no openinga, attachments or connec
tion, with the pipes and conduits laid down by said
Wesiern Pennsylvania hospital, shall be permitted
' or bloused, unless the consent of the managers of
paid il..spiuil, and also the consent of the City Coun
cils, shall be first had and obtained. That any vie
lotion of the provisions of this section shall subject
the party effendi. g to fine and imprisonment, at the
, iiiscretion of the Court of Quarter Sessions in and
for Allegheny county.
The Lost Daughter.
We have received from the publishers, Messrs. T.
B. Peterson it Co., Philadelphia, an advance copy of
a new navel by Mrs. Caroline Leo Ilentz. We have
eat yet had leimre to examine the work, but we ex
tract the following opinion from the "Dollar News
"As a successful writer of Sketches, Mrs. Mentz is
la our "pinion unequalled in this country, and her
continuous stores are marked by all the characteris
tics that proclaim the true novelist—a natural and
ably developed plot, great powers of imagination and
construction, purity of feeling, and evident earnest
ness of purpose on the part of the author, without
which the reader cannot feel interested in any story,
while she possesses also the artistic skill which caus
es the interest of the reader to increase as the tale
proceeds, to the end of the lust chapter. All who
have read "Linda," and "Rena, or the Snow Bird,"
will readily neknowledso thisj while the "Banished
ton," and "Love after Marriage," attest to her excel
lence as a sketch writer. Every ono feels, while
reading her tales, that the writer herself must pos
sess the virtue, and patriotism, arid religious senti
ment she excludes, and we knew many who had no
p.rson al acquaintance with the author who esteem•
• I her as a dear friend. Mrs. Rentz combined pow-
Lr of delineation and grace of style . in a remarkable
decree, and was a close observer of human nature,
c that all her characters seem as natural as life,
.chile, she always had a moral in her writings, which
eunffiends thew to tha fireside of every family in the
teed :is pr ,, titab!e and pleasant reading. We corn-
I ',end to her many furcuer admirers those posthumous
naltiou of her last novellutter, and we are suro they
will be eagerly enquired fur by all.
Singular.—On last Sunday alteration a little girl
named Mary Tubbs, aged about nine years, accom
panied her mother to the Chnreh of St. Bridget, on
Centre avenue, in the Seventh Ward. On way
home the girl stopped at the house of Charles Reis,
a short distance from the church. While there she
was lucked up in a room and kept there for some
time, for some alleged misconduct. She was a good
deal alarmed when release I, and immediately left
the house, sines which time her parents have heard
nothing of her. They reside on Locust street, near
ation, in the Eighth Ward.
Art topai a Watchman.—On Monday evening
a watchman named Luchen was attacked at the
Point, while tsking a prisoner to the watch house,
and badly beaten. I.le.had arrested ono of a party,
and his coturad,s, numbering about a dozen, deter
mined to rescue him. A watchman named Williams
also had his mace taken away, and a third guardian
of the night sought safety in flight. The attacking
party succeeded in rescuing their friend. Warrants
have been is-ued for the arrest of those who aro
Lf.t.—Copt. Pratt would feel much obliged to the
individual who picked up hie gold spectacles yester
sky Looming. rho Captain lust illetn on Monday
night, returning at a lace hour frnat Councils. We
hope be may get them again.
Horrid Attempt to Murder a Child
Yesterday morning a most singular affair took
place at tke residence of James T. King, on Cherry
alley, near Sixth street. Mrs. King, who has been
in feeble health for some time past, had employed an
old woman named Wintorburn, aho keeps a candy
stand in the market,and is partially deranged, to assist
about the house.. Mrs. King was sitting at the fire
when she asked Mrs. W. to hand her a bottle of cam
phor which was near her. She did so, and sitting
down, took on her lap a tiaughnir of Mrs. King, about
four years old. She 'was playing with the little
girl, when Mrs. K. heard a scream from her, and
looking aronnd, discovered the old woman in the act
of cutting the child's throat with a raz ,r. Mrs. K.,
who is very weak, sprang upon the old woman, who
immediately dropped the child, and grappling with
the mother, soon threw her on to the door. She tried
to strangle her, and after quieting her screams for
help, drew the razor With a design of cutting her
throat. Mrs. King, nerved to desperation, seized ,he
razor in her hand and held on to it until her finger ,
were cut to the bone. She made one mere convulei
effort, and finally got the maniac down and took th
razor from her. She then called to the little girl
whose life the old woman had just attempted, and
told her to call for assi.tance. The child obeyed, and
her screams soon Imaight the neighbors to the spot,
and the old TV tollon Wll, secured. There is no daub:
that Mrs. Winterburu age laboring under a paroxysm
of insanity at the time. About a week since she
imagined that a cup of tea which Mrs. King offered
her was poisoned. She denies - having made an at
tack upon the child. The wounds of Mrs. King are
not dangerous, though the shock to her debilitated
system may have a serious effect. The wound of the
child is not dangerous, but it may he sometime before
either mother or child recovers. The old woman was
fully committed for trial on a charge of assault and
battery with intent to kill.
Sale of Storks.—Tho followinz etocka were sold
last evening at the Commercial Sales Rooms, No. 04,
Fifth street, by P. M. Davis, Auctioneer
52 shares Bunk of Bitreburgh
10 " Citizens' 8unk......
3 do do
.30 " Iron City Bank
4 Allegheny Batik....
17 " do do
10 " dd do
Worth Contending For.—Captain David Campbell,
Captain of the Duquesne Greys, has presented the
members of that company with an elegant and costly
gold medal. This medal is to be drilled for annually
by the members of the company, to be awarded to
the best drilled member. Captain Campbell designed
to have it in readiness last Septemb: r, but it was not
completed in time. It will be drilled fur next May.
A Musical Treat.—Tn•morrow evening Mr. Do
ham, assisted by a number of his pupils, and sev
eral distinguished artiste and amateurs, gives a
musical soiree at Lafayette Hall. Mr. Deham has a
fine reputation as a teacher of music, and we advise
all who are fond of listening to a choice musical per
formance to visit Lafayette Hall to-morrow evening.
Another Fire.—On Monday a fire took place in
Sewickley, which entirely consumed a large cabinet
shop belonging to Mr. M'Laugblin. One end of it
was occupied by Mr. Blackstock, a wagon maker,
who lost a part of his tools. Mr. J. B. S. Ward lost
everything, and had no insurance. We believe the
building was not insured.
Fire.—A new house, which is being built by Mr.
Wilson M'Candless' in Bsgaley's lane, Allegheny
city, caught fire between the ceiling and second floor,
on Monday, and was considerably damaged before it
was discovered and extinguished. The house was
not yet finished. The origin of the fire ie nut known,
but it was supposed to bo accidental.
Resigned.—R. N. Avery, Esq., has recently' re
signed his office as County Superintendent of Schools
in Beaver county. He has given much satisfaction
is this capacity, but his duties as Superintendent of
the First Ward Public School occupy his attention so
completely as to render a resignation of the former
position absolutely necessary.
Dr. Hunt's Troupe.—A vaudeville troupe, consist
ing of some twenty performers, under the direction
of D:. H. D. Hunt will be in our city nest Monday,
and give a series of musical and dramatic ontertaio.
meats. We will announce the date of their first per
formance in a day or two.
Mayor'B Office.—At Mayor Weaver's levee yester
day morning there were only five common cases, all
~ f whom were discharged upon payment of their
ilasonic.—A charter has just been granted fur a
&laconic Lodge in Allegheny. It is to be styled
MT:inley Lodge, No. 315."
We understand that Professor J. T. Wame:ink in
r,-_,ndB repeating his soiree musicale, fJr the benefit of
l'ascavant's Infirmary. Date and place aro riot yet
u n unomd
Boy's Raglans and Sack (,'ants.—dents. Frock and
Sack Over-coats, Raglans &c , and a full Stock of
Winter Gloves, Gauntlets, Mufflers, Scarfs and Shawl ,
t.tr Men and Buy's, still on hand at Carnaghan's Fed
eral Street, Allegheny. Cash Buyers will iind the
,rices un induceme.it.
Low'; BROWN WINDSOR Sinn,
COLGATE'S PALM SUAP,
GLENN'S WHITE WINDSOR SOAP,
And a variety of Soaps, both plain and fancy, f.,r.
CHARLES 11. SUPER'S DRUG STORE,
Corner of POEM and St. Clair street
THE SUCCESS WHICH ATTEND tho use IR.
.1 HOSTETTER'S HELIER VIED STONIA , Li BITTERS evinc, at
once its virtues iu al cases of devility and disease of the
Stomach. Certificataa almost without number have been
published. attesting' its .almost ruirsculuus p - over in remov
ing those painful and fea, fa; .lileases. And at this time it
name idle to do more that' call at' OD to the great rem,
:1y of the age, lu ordor to awaken public att.ution to its ex
ce:lence. It le the only preparetion of tho lii iol that is r.
In all caeca, and it is th•:rof ire worthy of the conntler
aiioil of the afflicted. The BirtElti are pleaeatit to the taste,
agreeable in their effects, and altogether valualde as a tonic
or remedy for Indigestion.
For wile by droggietg and ,h,Oerd geuerally, everywhere
Manufactur , rA and Proptlrrnrq.
au I by
. , •
A47 `' , '' 12"11: t i ,": ,I VIA t:t.' ,7 't "V 4 '''
tY 5 1
:,..,, , t ,,
-mil* I , t 1 - ,, , ,,.... ) •,
„,...... „4 ,, 4 =
- 2 ; I r,
VA Z I ' l .44. ''
' :-' (
' ,1 1 ''''
4 ' 4. ..L.gx , )—, 1.1
0 w.. , ""• 4' — 1 , ""11 4, 'l4 &, x
1 i v•, - t 'k t :i' *. -r• g -..
E. .121 Y";.'i , .4' .' , ' , t,A. 4 ,-.
z f1i ) .,...L- .! , Ait 4 L., e
~... v - , , -,,,7—u ~,
I) i ----; - - . -,.t4 m (,)
' 1- - s.• if. ir `2_ tit , ,
Zi . .,I**".? ' i 10; 4 ,i'&•- i fi. 5
r i :' I.' <3 `44., 2 0 ' 4
•--' - 2 'y As.. .H . "' 1: ,
lI.P Pg s: ' . -- 1-::-V' - ' ' el• - "`•:!'''''- ' 7 ,,,, tr -'eP ...
4 1 '-.
1 -'1:. ,s , . , ;
;.7.7 7A,.... . -- '''oAtilt,__,,,,,,_ . •l'ss'-,,_- ,
._:IN-• , 0 "'l 77:
1858. ATTRACTION i I 1858.
The immense stock of Silks. Shawls, and Fiue Drees floods,
also a complete selection of Furnishing Goods, and a large
and varied line of Domestics, have again been reduced in
price, at the store of A. A. MASON k CO.,
£BB No. 25 Fifth street.
F OR desirable oiuntry resi
dence, two miles from the city.
A two story dwelling house on Rosa 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 Splane's court.
fed OUTIIB 61 Market at.
RYE FLOUR.-30 sacks ju,t, received and
for ale by fol7] III:NI-IV IL COLLINS.
DRY APPLES.-50 bush. Dry Apples fur
sale by [toll] HENRY 11. COLLINS.
T'GGS-3 bbls., thi9 da,v, received and for
13.1.3 by ' tIF'PV 11 enl r.,14%
lg - XPANSIO.N.
A lot of now Expansion Skirts. Jost opon-d at
fe 5 JOS. liOttNE'S, 77 Marks t street.
EGGS. -5 bbls. Eggs just received and fur
641 e by AIcCANDLESS ' MEANS
ft.2o Corner Wood and Wa•er streot..
WHITE BEANS.-10 bags small white
Beaus, received and for trlle by
McCA.,DLESS, MEANS At 01.,
fe2o Corner Wo id and Water iitreiiits.
REASE.—White Grease for Wagons, Om
nibuses, Carts, Drava, Carriages, etc_ in barrels and
key.. for 'ale t`T ;d al bIrt , NHV it C'•li INS
CONCENTRATED LYE.-50 cases just re
ceived and for sale by
B L. FATINESTOCIL /e Co.,
Corn.-r of Fourth Dud W CMd str,t.
WOOD'S HAIR it! , ;STORATIVE
groan on band and for nalo by
B. L. FA TIN ESTOCK k CO.,
fa'22 Cona•r of Fonrth and Wood Ktn , eta.
WIIITE WAX.-3 eases just rec'd and for
sale by B. L. FA afs ESTOCK .t CO ,
fe22 C.,rnar of Knttb and Woo' xtreets.
BARRY'S TRICONIEROUS. —3 gross on
nd acd fur sale by
B. L. PAIINESTOCK. k
Corner of Fourth and Wood 6trcete
PRECIP CARE. IRON.-150 lbs. on hand
and for sale by B L. FAIINESTOCK. A, co.,
fet Corner of Fourth and Wood str,
LYON'S KATIIAIRON.-3 gross on hand
and for sal° by B. L. FAI.INb;STOCK & CO.,
fen Corner of Fourth and Wood streets.
ARNISIIES—A complete assortment just
v received and for ode by
B. L. PALINESTOOK k.
Corner of Wood aziii Fourth street&
:i.OAKti OF TRADI AitlJ
EIRCILA NTS' EXCHANGE,.
MOVE ' , IP: Ai TS OP OCEAN STEADIERS
SHIPH 1.140 E 100 DAYS.
Canada Ito-ttoo.&c Liverpool Feb 10
tlahawlat N,, , .. York Havana and N. ti..... Fob. 12
Atlantic .. New York Liverpool Feb. 13
Edinburg New York Glitagow. Feb. 13
Arabia New York I iverpool Feb. *l7
City or Baltimore. New York Liverpool, Feb..lB
'tar of the Woit..New York Aspinwall Feb. 20
Niagara Itoeton Liverpool Feb. 24
Indian Portland Liverpool Feb. 27
Hornasia New York Hamburg , Ma rc h 1
City of Washt'o... New York Liverpool March 4
Northern l.ight....New York t4pinwall Marsh 9
SHIP 3 LEAVK POP.
1 Whin ' iverpool Portland Jan. 27
( ity of Haittroore..Liverpool New York Jan. 27
Niagara Liverpool Be , ton ..Jan. 30
Battle Li%erpool New York Feb. 3
.Arago Ilarre New York Feb. 9
City of AVaalit'n... I iverp. , ol Niw Y0rk...... ......... Feb. In
Anglo Saxon Liverpool Portland. kc. Feb. 10
(i I totgow .. ...... ....GialSgt 1,,. New York Feb. lo
liatninoni, Hamburg New York \larch 1
O. Irefully Reported by - , I1),EPII SNOWDEN, Surrintendent of
FLOUR.—The market continues firm but very active.—
Salem 220 bble., viz : From first hantli7 30 bbls. superfine,
from .epot at $3,75. From store: 106 bbls., extra at $4,50
GR WO hush., Red Wheat from wagon at 70.„
175 bush. Rye from tlr3t hands: at 50e 100 bush. Corn from
depot at 47.: 200 bush. do from store at 50c; 383 bush. Oats
from bepo, at 29c. per bushel.
MOLA.SSES....SaIes 50 bbls. N. 0. at 30e.; terms cash.
1..t1G5...8a1e 150 d. z at 11 lAC.. per dozen.
COFFRH...BaIs 50 bags Rio from iimat hands at 11c. for
from.: fir.t. hnl
BUTrELL.SaIog lotai lbs. inferiHr pack d at Sc
Per Steamer Atigin &until
LIiVERPoOL COTTON NIA It NN T, February 9 —The sales of Cot
t., tor the bud throe days have been 27 000 bales, including
0,000 t,, ereidat. vs. and 2,000 for exp , rt. All qualities have
ad vow ced !,,o, the market.closing tit in.-
Th e Manchester inivices are favorable.
1111EADITUFFS —`6'.easrs. Richardson, Spence &. Co., qnote
boar Mill anti the quet Minna twinned ; Western Canal 20s
ad; Ohio 255427 s ehilimielphia and Baltimore 22a 6d(4‘23a
Wheat deru,reil 44 9M4s6a 7d per choice lots; White 7a@7s thi
and 7e 7d to trhe beet. Corn is dull ; the qutationa aro bare
ly maintaified. Yellow :ttle ; White 35a
PRnVLSIoN MARE en.—Beef is quiet. Pork dull lit 5.1 a. led
lteccita is also chill. Lard Is inactive. Tallow is firm at 02s
PRODUrE \I +s SET. --Sagan; axe quiet and steady. Coffee is
quiet. Rica ia Mactive.- Put and Pearl ashes dull, and quo
ta i,rl4 baralr maintain e d; 31c. <A., is asked for both. Phil
ad. IphiA hark tie.
NAVAL STuRES Strattly et 484_, , ..1.3. 3d. Spirits Tllr•
p,atiaa firm ut C 6.1.
CINCINNATI, February 2.l—Flour firm, and nnchanged.—
Whisky 17!...c, and idea t.y. hogs unchanged; the whole
number received during the week is 6000 head. Provision,
firmer, and prices tending upward; there was not much
done: bulk meats are rather higher. but the sales are small,
holders are very firm. NI Pork is held a $15,50, and
Lard at 9 , ,.4c, but the-e is are nominal. Money is easier
owl plenty. F. xChalltrt'S 13.,•e firm; there Is a better demand
f r Now York, Boston and Philadel; his at 1. id cent. pre
mium: &minion, at y y nn - 1,., premium, and few Orleans at
1 1 , ; premium
fIAILY SALES Al' Nu. 54 FlE'r.ll ST.,
At the new Commereial dales litmus, Nu. 64, Fifth
Strout, every we-+ day, are held yublic sales of goods in all
nn ty, Rutted fur the ttede au d consumers, from a large
st.wk whirls is csmstautly repleu ishtal with fresh consign
tom. Id, that must be Mused iorthaitr.
AT iu O'CLOCIi, A. M.,
tiry and homy articles, comprising nearly everything
needed tithe line fur persona.. and family use; table cut
,try; hay.twaro; clothing; bouts and shoes; ladies ware,
AT 2 P. M.,
k;tt hen turuiture, new and second-hand;
I-ids an ; l`l2 , Ulllt Ohiuv ware;
A r 7 1.1 • 1: I P.
PE RIOR PIANO FORTE, HOUSE-
PuLD AND HITCIIcN FURNITURE AT AUCTION.
—on Tit U AY MORN lA4I, February 2. 5 th. at 10 o'clock.
at the dixt , llllV; house of , rof Thompson, s Row.) 54
ibei ty stro-t, iil be Bold, • , rie un ,osont-, woll ton ed Piano
e: rt.-, molt, uy Chickoriag; a qtiontity of good quality
lion•&io'il avid q lichen Falai u.o, etc, among which Eve
Mahogany Tt lee, Book Casa, Mahogany and walnut
iiro-al,z, Bureaux.. Spring Peat Divan, What Not, Ex•
itiasion Tam., Walnut and Cherry Bedsteads, Walout and
..I:Illegally Washstands, priug Il.i•rrt.sses. Parlor and CI tam
Lrr l 'al . Puls, Fluor Matting, Cha.rs, Li, Ling Glasses, Ch [no
0::1 , and Qationsware, Fire Irons. arc , Bit,hen Furuitur
Itonger..t. n , ytc P. ti. DAVIS, Aucto doter.
EREM PTORY SA LE OF CIGARS,
BRANDY, LTC., Fill Le add on FRIDAY A , TER-
Febreary 20th, at 2 o'ciot k, at the Comma,,,i
Rooms, Ni' II pilth strie., for no. taii.t r whom It may coil
;am, 10,hun deported a nd hair Bititl,ish Cigars, assorted
' 1 -..
.., ,-, ..,
Vr R. WILLI AM r,
k ,,, l ' t ,, t2 _it,
Ar`4!-1fh.,2 Fth ruar y .
17, Al All UICIihY, V. P.,
'X. W. \t U
TO A It It I V I
PI TTSUURGH MARKET
the Merchants' Exchange
Pirrsauroa, February 23, 1858
MEAL.. A small tot of of Cora meal sold 60c. per bush
vcp IsfriCit,; warullun; cl , Jch,s; ;
,t•Lt, ; t Chputl. Itvuk
! itp.i-ry...1•:. P M. Auot s
4 boxel chvwing Tobacco;
2 caaks Cougua..:
P M. DAVIS. Alictiourcq.
Pimlaud & Pittsburgh Railroad,
AS 1) Tll E
Pittsburgh, Columbus & Cincinnati
;lAN AND AFTER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
nth, 1.635, the Freight hudao•s ul these roads, In the
(211 . 1" nibuituu,
be transacted ht !he
r,E AND COMMODIOUS DEPOT,
ON PENN STEELP, AlloVE WAYNE,
ADJOINING ruz PINNRYLVA.NIA CANAL
aftection of Men:Lunn, Martufacturei and intuppers
I • I,llvit , d to ihe iinpu for I ,cilities atterd• d oy three Auntie,
FUR tiPEED, SAFKIA, AND LoW KATES,
And for the prompt tranirbortat ion of Freights, by
iN 11 ,s• to Utti itA IL WA V' tJUNN menoNe,
' runt PittAhurgh Toledo, Detroit, Chicavo, en-
Dayton, InthanetetiKeinciunatt. Lour:will° and
L ; and ell the Wetditin, North•uesodn, and ttonth-weet
, n States.
fiught id ,ent tu m st ~f thy ab re plaers Lt the name
•iii d in which it id I,ud d dd this 1.),1"..t.
ILIRLA/kid (EVEN TO ALL IMPORTANT P , INTS
F r ConlAr tufutattg,n, uppy to
t , J011:1' P. GLA3:3, Agent
iII"fENTIOA I FittliklitS I!
THE GREAT ECLIPSE SEED DRILL
AND BROAD C•l6l' SOWER is now on exhibition,.
c N 9. 56 Market street. Pittsburgh. This if, a new improve.
Ti, ent and far exceeds arty machine of th • kind ever uttered
iii th e agriculturi d. It works on an entirely new principle
,lld so o, any kind of ~,.all ritlt•de withtort ilizers at any de•
s re t width, with a regularity and event) , to never before at
tained by seed so..ero, and can lie worked by a b o y lar ge
•acough t•i drive a horse. Tito machine is au simple that any
e Orkinlial into Mistrust it, aril at a price that will defy
state and County Itig;.ts or Hifi& EitillinErl for at&
ja2kl:lm J. it. Pri,priet,r
„L i)ENTINU.-1. will attend to the renting,
t, payingof'TFLlA-3, and collecting of I;eu to.
ppl) to JAMItS J. ItiCIJEY,
AYRES' WO ICH
C 41NPECTION, C
u NFECTIUN, Co
C lON, CON FE
T I U N C UNF4 , t)T
I oN.Cu .NFECT
U - :;,C4)NF N U T I u
N,CONF COT 1 ON
The must pleasant, sate and etleutuat Vv'orru Remedy now
Prepared and sold, wholenale and remil, by
Cur. Wood and .-I.lth a e., l'itt_sbargh,
And sold bt. 1821
fIIIEAP 1306 TS AND SIIOES-
Now is the time to buy BOOTS AND SHOES
AT GREATLY REDUCED PR
AT ThE CHEAP CASH tiToliE OP
J. H. 1101i.LAND.
felti No GS ptty ,, et. two door, from Fifth.
1 K. WHITE & CO., having complet
ed their annual inv,utory,aud redu - ed the coat price
et their g0...a15. will tell their p.esent stock at a farther
reduction of pri..ea
VARIECIATED SOAP.-25 boxes Varie
gated Soap received, and Le wile cheap, by
JAMES A. FETZER,
ft-lo Corner Market and First streets.
bap for cal , by H. 1. FAIINESTOCK & CO.,
doe -2 rner d clistb stri.ptr
UCKWLIEAT FLOUR-40 sacks prime
article, for Rale by 1 4, 28 1 Ti EN RV II COL.IINB
_,FRY GOODS 1 ;:.N: GOODS 1!—All the
limmense stock of s.o• s • • , .vbi, Marinoes, Paramat
ta,, choice A) 1 Marinoes, Pe:l9as Dia
,sals: rich, all wool,. aoroid..rie.., T r i mm i ng . ;
flo,iery, Gents' gurw,hota •,ad a large stOCk of Do
mestic Goods. bolting at toe etc. er A. A. Mason s Co!a,
No. '45 Fifth street. at tallward cl prices, as the whole stock
must be immediately chased cut. dell
ONIONS. -7 sacks Onion -4, just received
and for sale by JAS. A. FETZER,
fc3 89 Water btrott.
76 sacks choice Buckwheat Flour, for sale I.y
JAMBS A. FRTZER.
fel° Corner Market and First streets.
WINDOW CI - 1, 1 3.TA1N PAPERS—GIazed
.„, IZU „7 -- --------,_ •v T and Unglazed, GI -een and new patterns of flgurcd
NEDY'S MEDICAL OVERY. =twins at wholesale and, retail, for sale by
—2 gross on hand and for sale by W. Y. MARSIIALL it CO.,
B. L FAHNESTOOK & CO., I fe22 B7 Wood street.
Corner Wood an ! Fourth streets
(10N11NG.—New Wall Papers, at cheap
BUTTER. -1 barrel fresh Roll received and %) Priced' do be dole by
far sae by gab] HERBY H. OOLLINS. 622 W. P. iti-4o°"
HARDY & M'GREW, Steamboat and Gen
eral Agents, Coruer,of First and Ferry streets.
The suit maintained a few days ninee as pending In the St.
Louis D S. District Court betwe• n tlu iiwner of the Steam
er White Bluff; and the (iwuet , ..2 he George Albra, has
been decided, The decision int Ir.t. [lin in.at sustain half the
loss, as they were both to blame.
The Cincinnati Gazette of Ni-nd
ISA IA LI IMOK.LeY, 11
The river continues to fall steadd , opposite this psrt,with
about 6 1 6 feet, la-go, in th- channel Itence to Louisville. Too
formed within the past forty, iuht hours, was floating down
the river yesterday; hat it Is of such a character as to be no
impediment to navigation. The heavy ice from above has
not yet arrived, but is looked for to day.
The La Crosse, J. W. Hai'man LetOuh, New York, Prima
Dona. Jumes Wood. Bay State, and Diamond, are ready to
leave for Pittsburgh, so soon as the weather moderate.
The fine steamer QUAKER cur. Captain
McDAmsts--Clerk, SAMUEL COOLET—WiII leave
for the above, and all Intermediate ports, on
For freight-or passage, apply on IL,.ard. fel
l'OttT OF PlT'l'SBUttlill
3 vgizt 6 INJhr.S WATZA IN THE CHA niNIEL
Steamer Col. Bayard, Peebles, El. iyabotti.
• Telegraph, Woodward, Brownsvil le
" lenzerue, Jacobs, Brownsville
" Col. Rayard, Peebles, Elizabeth
" Telegraph, Woodward, Browneiyille
" Linerue, Jacobs, Itrownieville
The splendid now light draught steamer PG.
LAN D,Capt. R. aBACKY, will leave for thu above
and Menne& .te ports us SATURDAY, th
28tli inst., at 4 o'clock P. M.
For freight or pasaage apply ou board.
The flue passenger steamer CLIFTON, will
-•-!'" leave for the above and all Intermediate ports,
on WEDNESDAY, at 10 A. IL
For freight or passage apply ou boa-d, or to
del° FLACK, BARNES & CO., Agents.
rtli 1E 3IP HIS . •
For Memphis and New Orleans.
The flue paotenger steamer ALMA, Capt
RODINtioN, will leave fur the above and all in
- die termediate ports, on SATURDAY, at 4 M
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
W.l FLACK, BARNES & CO., A LCCiitli.
For Marlette and Zanesville.
The steamer EMMA GRAHAM, Capt. Mob.
ROE AERIE, will leave for the above and all
intermediate porta on every TUES i) Y, at
4 o'clock, P. M.
For freight or passage apply uu hoard
For St. Louis
The light draught, fast running puitieugt•E
packet lOWA, N! uotur., Meeter. will loave tor
the above and all sntcrmstdmtr port; ou SAT
UItDAV, the bth just., at 4 o'clock P. M.
For freight or passage, having superior i•Geoilitolati•Alm,
apply on beard, or to IIA It KEW, Agouti'',
154 Curlier First and Ferry streets.
A BEAUTIFUL AND DURABLE FIC1121:b:
WARRANTED, CAN 1 3E RAD AS LOW
AS AT ANY NIELST CLASS ESTABLISHMENT
IN THE COUNTRY, AT
WALL'S, P urn stteot
WALL'S PICTURE GALLERY.
wm. C. WALL HAS TAKEN THE
third Boor of Jones' New Building, adjoining tie.
alechanics' Bank, Fourth street, for an AMBRAITY Pr: A
PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY; and having hued up tn,
room in a style unsurpassed, invites his friends and th. ptv.
he to visit his establishment.
life Reception Room, he has no hea tattoo in saying, ho•
not its superior anywhere, fur size, beauty of thruitine ace
appointments generally; and hi, operating Rooms, ich
on the same flour, are entered immediately through IL
In his operating Rooms, the most improved combined
aide and sky lights give a tucitity for taking a limshed Pic
ture, in the least possible time, that he thinks cannot fail t.
make his establishment the resort of all persons of taste.
Wall's experience an au Artist, is a guarantee to his
patrons that none but good Pictures will L. permitted 0,
leave his premises.
The public, and the Ladies especially, mire united to view
his rooms, and examine specimens. fe6.l w
(JIM ALT ATlltAUlloiN
AT IVO. GO MARIEJLT ST.,
Where cau be soon the largest eolleetieu et
SPECIMENS, EVER EXHIBITED IN CITY
NIESOLLS wishing Pictures of theusseivss ur
are invited to call and examine before seiting eleewLere, cc
WE WARRANT P 107' UR Ed
Superior to any that can be obtained Wl34t of the moo
R. M. CARGO & CO.,
photographers and And brotypist
NEW YORK GALLERY,
S. W. cor. of Market street and Diamond, Pittaboren
PRICES TO 81IIT ALL. myl9:o-Ap
WYKES' GALLERY OF' ART,
TO. 60 MARKET STREET.—PICTURES
takeu at this Gallery by a new and improved procesd,
4iving the natural color of the hair, eyed, dread and complex
ion. They are acknowledg.d by all who have examinee
them to be farlfliperior to any pictures eve. exhibited In thi,
city. Citizens and strangers are invited to call and examin.,
large collections of specimens. 1118 thillery being on the
iecond floor, ie easy of access.
N. B.—Pictures of Children taken In two ticonds, at No
60 Market street.
GALLERY CORNER OF THIRD AND NIARKET STREETI..,
Entrance Un Third street.
Citizens and Strangers desiring ANIBROTYPES, exoeu ti
itk Lilo highest degree of artistic beauty and perfection, can
be accommodated at short notice by calling at.
NELSON'S WELL KNOWN GALLERY,
:"Tices One Dollar and upward. ap29:ly2d
NW DAGUERREAN AND AMBROTYPE
SAT AND SIDE-LIGHT
Q= A L L E R Y,
'MTH STREET, NEARLY OPPOSITE THE POST-OMOY
PICTURES tAktfil in all the various atylea, In at
n thor, and warranted to please, at reasonable rates.
Sick or deceased persons taken at their
O C•LEIGH BELLS,
SLEIGH. 81 L;Lt4,
'So are &raving out our stock at cost,
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.-20 sacks Buck
- wheat Flour, 00 ib sacks, just received and for sal
SIcOANDLEbS, MEIN'S h CU.,
Corner Wood awl -Water etreets
1.4 1 1J0UR.-60 lib's. choice extra superfine
Flour, Just recuivA and for sale by
JAS. A. FETZER,
f tO Corner Market anti First streets
)ICKLES.-6 Wale. Cucumber Pickles, re
ceived and for sale by JAMF A. FETZER,
e2O Corner Market and First streets.
f D or re aa s , s e e b d y Hog i s iE tO vit a y rr i i i ve co by
ti H. MOLASSES.-70 bbls. 6t. James
S. M. Molasses, in . siore and for sale by
MILLER h RICKETSON,
teal Nos 221 and 2 Liberty street
WRAPPING PAPER.-10,000 bundles
crown, Medium, Double Crown and Double Me.
ilium, rag and straw Wrapping; just received ;and fur vale
iry JOHN M. PM ltfilNa.' & O ,
Wholesale Paper W arehouse, 128 Wood at.
MANILLA PAPERS.—We are taking
into store five tone of Manilla Papere,' of Eastern
munufactun4, of every size and thickness, which we will sell
JOUN M. PERKINS Rs W ,
feb= Wholesale Paper Warehouse, 128 Wood at
LACKBOARD CRAYON.-500 gross
Just recet ved from the manufacturers, which w. , will
swill to the trade • at eastern prices.
JOHN M. PERKINSI c Cli.,
14 holesale Paper Warehous-, 128, Wood et.
ALARGF, assortment of Men's Buffalo
and Arti; Over-hoes. Also, Ladies' Buffalo and Ar.
tic Overshoes, and Gums of every size and style just closing
ont at gr. atly reds Iced prices for cash, at
Jo PH EL BORLAND'S,
ir.E. Market, second door from Fifth street.
SLEIGIILN SLEIGHING.—If you want
to enjoy a gt q.gi sleigh ride, the first thing is to have
your feet war.m. an d the next to keep them warm, and the
way to do thrt is to get a pair of Buffalo or Artic Overshoes
at the Chearaash 8 tore of JOS, If. B')HLAND
tell) No ESA Tarket, second door trom Fifth A: re..t.
SANFORD'Si`NVKIORATUR.-3 gross on
Land awl for sat by B. L FAUN ESTOCK s C ,
Corner of Fourth and Wed r.trvt td.
TIIE BEST FiIENCII CORSETS.-
For Coo Doiltu and Twenty. Fi ao Centd.
JOS. HMO; F, 77 Mark.vt street.
wtains the fellowing
E. S. %4'YISES, Artist
No. 78 Fourth atreat, 411t1
E. 8. WYTiES, Artist
SOWN Q. TETLEY.
NO. 136 WOOD STREET
A t SEMEN I S
MIS KIMBERLY LIIBB2/11 AND 21.11-NAGSRES9
.1 G lIANLEY ..BTAOB MANA EP.
.50c. Private Pell, large $t 04
.25c. Private Box, email__ 5 at.
Third 11..1 15c. I Colored Box 25c.
PriTate Box, $l. I Colored Gallery 15c.
Doors nat ii!4 'clock. Porformtmc ,to commance at 7
Box tAllco, for xalo of Ticketi,opon from 10 to 3 o'clock.
Fifth night of tho brilliant and artistic Comedian,
JOHN E. OWENS,
On which occaeion he will appear In his justly celebrated
character of John Unit, in the grout American Comedy of
tap- S ELF
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Feb 24th, the performance will
commence with Mrs, Bateman's American Comedy entitled
Mr John Unit
Mrs. Radius._ Mfen Kimberly. Mr Apes
Dnn o by
To conclude with the laughable Farce, lD 1 act. HD till.
A lONJUOAL LESSOS.
11t. t-upon Lullaby Nlr John Owens
51r6 Lail la I ullaby Mn.. VIM Deering.
In n•tienroal, B Greta r rama, entitled ,
LIFE OF AN A CTRESS.
The Beautiful Collection of Pa' stings,
iNcLuDiNci TIIE EASTERN SLAVE
MARKET, e:,EDPATRA, DEATH OF LEANDER,
MA the tainolin
CIRCASSIAN MODEL OF BEAUTY,
Are new en Free Exhibition at the TONTINE HOUSE, No
93 Third street. Call end tine them.
iY l7 _ GEO. BCH:NECK, Proprietor.
JOHN W. M'CARTHY,
wIL L ATTEND 'I 0 THE POSTING
and ItISTRII-11JTIN t of all kinds of
L .POlt CONCERTO tiECTUItEB, EXHIBITION ti, ho
All communications either by mail, telegraph, or other
wiso--directml to ti:•• office of the Morning Post, will recd - 'r
prompt. Attention av 7
.3Li~zl'i i j UARiJ-
ItlJhirtii:Sih, C. J. 110/MAN, JOHN WRIGHT
Humphreys, Hoffman & Wright,
F 1 , 0 LI b."l-' ACTORS,
PROs) 91t;L it NU GENERAL
7a Nt/ItTli WHARVES AND 155 NORTH WATER ST.,
Ahuve Viue rk:rt,
E Elt T O
Conrad, rti,,tuption & Co., Philadelphia.
Thompson, Clark Young,
Slier, Price & Co.,
Caleb Cope h Cu., "'
tlarcroft, Beaver & Cu ,
Canby, Neville .t Hughes,
E. M. Lewis, Cushier F. and M. Bank,
i.e. U. Mitchell, Cashier Merch's Rank. "
Aoiris L. llallowell At
Nict:utcheou & Collins,
Alin M. 4cm:tad) , & Co ,
Pickett, Mathews & 00., Mayaville ' Hy.
& Price, Madison, Ind
W. li. Langtey & Sous, tiallipolis, Ohio.
rence h Mathias, Louisville, Ohio.
D ltailuelt h Cincinnati, Ohio
W. doinies & Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Cosgrove & 00.,
u .v i b: 1 y•
TERRA COTTA OR STONE
From two ro diX inch calibre.
?ItICES from 12 to 30 Centa per Foot
A 1..511-IWeii EST KR
PhARI, S ARCH
Wow. Sale Wholesale at ftlanufactur•rs
.11,2Niiitti U. COLLINS,
C; OM:MISSION NI ERCKANT,
CI? 42.1i.5.EL, BUTTEH, SEEDS., FISH,
ANL MUDIJOIL 4.IENEI3.ALLY
No. 25 WOOL) STILE:ET, PITTSBUELOIL. 1)6
WOOD, 310011111EALD 41. CO.,
.kterican Galvanized, Best Refined
C0243101\ 1 SHEET IRON,
Agout ur Wu sale r W. DBW2JS3 Woont?
cif!' PAD MI RUSSIA SUET 1110 N.
ALI/ AN i CoRRUGATED IRON, for Ruutng ;
i ikqh E.ti, NAILS, dud 111/OP IRON.
house, No. 134 F trot st., Pittoburgh.
EIL FOR ALV ALNIZING will be promptl,
ALL •Litlekl Lu at p e au2o
Burton & Perkins,
AUCTION AND CONINIESSION .MERCHANTS,
Nu. wl FOURTLI STKEET
Consignments of any and every
,kscripti ;u of _Nlorcti., Itly Goods shut to us for
dtLeutieli to ~ay, and rowitt/tuces Im
ut-thetely made. Teattkl•,. fikvore we aulielt a can
rico. 0."4 3111
CHARLES %i. LEOls, ALDERMAN,
And Lx•Officio Justice of the Peace,
OFFICE ON TIIE CORNER OF WYLIE
A D FTII STREETS.
connected wan tins care will be att uded to
w• promptw-ei (JAI voyancel of all kauda done with legal
aracy--,,,t as L.e..18, Mortgage. 4, Bondi, Powers of AL-
I,' 'Tiffs to ltral tai (LILO eXatni
the inetnbers of the Bar ho ieuttero hid services as Com
tuts .100er to take Deposittuth, to be read lu the severnl Courts
.J this state, anti elsos here. Ms office is one of the main
roth.o ft.:tattoos of the city, and musequently his facilities in
ext...uttog Luauessof thst kuul are very desirable. Ilelu:1 y
W. W. WALLACE'S
STEAM MARBLE WORKS.
A Large and Beautiful Stook always on Hand
And Made to Order.
OWNERS OF PROPERTY, CONTRAC
-10R•i AND LfrIlE..S., aro invited to call and exam•
int- ~ar snuck. of MARBLES, us we are persuaded that but
L.w persons in the community are aware of the low prices
t ohicn we are selling MA \ TELS, A good, plain, Marble
Mantel costs but little, if any, more than a good WoOd Man
t J, wnikt it is always neat, Is as ornament to a room, and
a Wood Mantel) is nut liable to take fire.
110. , JM TABLETS AND URAVE STONES al
wave on hand.
I , '), , iISTANDS AND FURNITURE TOPS, AND Vit.
•sINU ,TON IS In,do to order by machinery. Marble of
all klede sold low .0 the trade.
~ .ur stock is toe largest in the West, is manufactured by
Mat Inuory and wdl 64 , 30id at the lowest price,.
W. W. WALLACE,
NC d. 319, 321 and 323 Liberty street,
Plaster, Cement and 'Grindstones.
P.I.ATEtt PARIS, fur Stucco Work, etc.
cloi r, fir li,dterua, Firo Walls, ctn. GRIND-
Ti N Eti, all sizes ant bent quality, for Nat - more and M at 319 Lit.erty sir d, l'ittatairgh, P..
12:lin W. W. WALLACE.
IRERHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS.-
wo have rete..Ned the manufactory of Bcerhave's Holland
!litters, to Nu. 37 Wood street—the house now occupied by
J 011.4 Moorhead., Eau.
the lirst of April, our office will be oe the second
BENJ. PAGE, Ja. Sc CO.
Lcollo . bbls. 76 and 96 per cent
ik - lr sale by 11. A. KALINE.I3TOCK a CO.,
Corner of First and Wood streets.
I ....I rs'i WILL buy .new frame Dwelling
I- , House of four roorpo and Kitchen. Paling
, rent, Rase ,even, etc. The lot OM a trout of 23 feet on
.\ terey !drool, Allegheny, by 110 feet deep to an alley.
T‘, 0.5 f pAYElletit very easy. The house ia new And le good
.v r. Vor &Me by 8. OIiTtiBEIIT h dON,
la 61 Market nine..
RED: WILLITE r AND BLUE.-500 boxes
T o pa' Variegated doap, assorted colors, in ID, 3.4 lb.
an,s on band end for tsale by
11 O. A J Ei..BAWYIiH
A.CliEll ,NUTTER.-600 lbs. solid pack
wived and for dale by
Ti JAS. A. 1'13121;11,89 Wood street.
E M 0 1T A L
JAMES A. FETZER
Forwarding and Commission Mercham
vox SZlx BILE 07
FLOUR, GRAIN, AND A ,LL RIAD3 OF PRODUCE
Bus removed from 69 Water street, to the
Uorocr of Mar!set and Flit streets,
-200 kegs New
Crastle, fur sale by
Is. A. FtIiNEF')CS A CO.
IF YOU . WANT YOUR OLD)
HIDE TO Oft,DER, CALL AT CELEzTEHT.
A brilliant at.surtuicut of
SEASONABLE P.I.IME GOODS
on Lund tat CILESTER'S OuTLLIC HALL,
Ovraur of Wood street and Ditoaond
0.4*- V'y'” Study to Please. Jaw
If \ DIA RUBBER BELTING.—A large
dt,,ck, all eizt.a, 2, 3 and 4 ply thick, at the ludic Rub
ber :'4•pot, 2tl and 24 Ph. Clair mtreet
A.l;, CORN —l3O t , acks Ear Curu, justre
u d for e:.40 by 3.9.8. A. FETZER,
89 Water dt t.
rvIUSTREDUC E TH.E STOOK .—ln oxclet
t reduce our stock beiore the opening of the Spring
Trutt., we will continue to Bell at the EXTREMELY LOW
Pft.tOrie mu-Goats are now marked at.
de.:3o JOS. 114}KNIg. 77 MOOkat street.
POTATOES. --392 sacks Neehexuaook Po
tatoes, arriving on the - etzamer R. P. SaaN and for sale
JAS. A. FETZER,
Corner Market and First etre( ts.
0011 N.--64 sacks car Corn for sale by
dela JAIL A. Virafifi, 89 Water at i, eat,
Mr. John E. Owens
.8. C. Dubois
PT7T&BDEOJJ P 4
J. 4 IL piriLLips
ONZ,V 0= BOTTLE
DR. SANFORD'S INVIGORATOR,
Ts REQUIRED TO CURE ANY ONE
troubled with Liver Complaints, unless the most dex
perato of ciei,s, when the sscond bottle vi 1, with Mete
single failure, ro.toro the patient to health and •igor. Wa
wish to call the attention of all to these facts, that the In
vigorator is compounded by a ph% siclan who has used it tq
his practice for the poet twenty years with a success await
credulous, and that it is eutizsly vegetable, being composed
wholly of gams.
Some Idea of the strength of these game may be forme 4
when It is known one bottle of the Invigorator contains as
much strength as one hundred doses of Calomel without way
of Its deleterious effects.
We know there is nothing now before the Atnorican putt.
tic, prepared with such skill hy a scientific man, particularly
for diseases of the Liver, os Dr. fianford's Invigorator, or
Liver Remedy. It has ottoi,,ed a reputation socond to uo
other article in the world, simply because it rest on its own
merit. To convince oil by tral that it is all its proprietors
claim it to be, if any of our readers are suffering from such
diseases as are described in Dr, cauford'a advertisement, we
know of know remody that will so surely cure them as the
The Invigorator cures dick Headache. Take one or two
teaspoonful)) at each attack and it will soon disappear. For
an overloaded stomach, or when food rises or sours, takethe
Invigorator after eating, and it will not prove disagreeable
or oppress,ve. For lieattbuin, Palpitation, or Difficult
Breathing, tako a tea poonfid once or twice daily. For 1.0516
oi Appetite, Languor or L stleadtiesa, the medicine Is invaln
atilt). It will restore the appetite and make the food digt et
well. Nightmare, take is teaspoonful on retiring, and the
demons of dream-land will all bo fairies. After eating a
hearty dinner, take a dose of Invigorator and it will relieve
all oppression or fullness ) Invigorator Ina Liver Remo
dy of unequaled virtue, acting directly on that organ, cut
lug Dyspepsia, Jann lire, Billions Attacks, Dysentery, Piles,
Worms, mid all Female obstructions, for whirl it has no
We know there is nothing now before the American pub
lic prepared with such skill by a scientific mss, particular
ly for diseases of the Liver, as r. d.,nford'a Invigorator, or
Liver Remedy. It has attained a reputation second to no
other article in the v.or d, simply because it mason ita own
merit. To convince all by trial that It Ii all its proprietors
claim it to be, if any of oar readers are suffering from arch
diseases as are described in Dr. Sanfzrd's advertisement, we
know of no leruedy that will so surely cure them as the
There has lately been brought Cu our notice a medicine
that seems to poesess wenderful, curative and healing pro
perties in diseases of the Liver, Stomach and Digestive Or
gans. It came to us with to many testimonials in ita favor
that we havetnoted its effects is ..51,1130 of the worst Cases 01
continual dibdity, caused by doraugo, liver, and in every
instance the effect was to relieve orgive a permanent cure,
Dr. Sanford's Invigorator, Ur. Liver itemecly is what we re
fer to. We always have 1.),. en credulous about cures by pat.
eat medicines, but we are COON Ince(' that this medicine for
family use, is not overrated by the host of recommentlatie , ..
.t has. Our advice is, for all troubled with Indigestion,
bility or Bowel Complaint, to get a bottle and try it; our
word for it, relief will be experienced.
BLINSINOt3 TO Tlllt INVALID, 'A.IIO use O. Sanford's Invlgor •
for it will relieve thorn of their pains as soon as it Is
taken into their stomach. Pain and misery cannot exist
whert, the Invigorator 1. used, tot It will as surely drive them
away, so daylight will banish darkness, of this there can b
no doubt to tit so aho try it, for it carries conviction with
every dose talker'. Auotla,,r evidence, la the thousands at
certificates from those who use it or have been cured by It,
Try ono bottle, it it does not benefit, then we are mistaken.
PRICE 0:i 7: DOLL...P. PEI/ soma.
SANFORD CO.&Proprirtoro, 34 Broadway, New York
For mal6 by G Ff. ITEVSER, 140 Wood utreet, Pittsburgb
'1: TEE GREATEST
.-1 -- , t.:::_ir 7.1 -
-,i ,-,) 7' 11
7 .- : . ;..,..,-
i OF THE AGE ,
.11/1 R ;,.d 11 . ENNE
uua r pasture
DY, of Roxbury, ha ds s disco
Every kind of Humor,
ifLoM THE WORST SCROFULA DOWN TO A oumsiON
Ile has tried it inover eh-ven lic.ndrod cases, and never
failed except in two nines, (both thin:leer humor.) fie has
now in his possession over One hundred certificates of its
value, all within twenty miles of BFAItLLI.
Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing sore month.
One to three bottles will cure the worst kind of Pimpled,
oa the faro.
Two or three betties will clear the spasm of biles.
Two bottles are war rented to curs thr worst canker In the
mouth or stomach.
Three to five bottles are warranted to curs the worst kind
Out to two bottle:, :Ire warrf.ntod to curb all humor in the
Two bhttlos aro warraut,kl to cure running of the cars and
blotched among the ha,lr:
Four to elr. bettlea are wiirrunted to curc , corrupt dud
Out, l'ottlo will ctirc ormition Clf thv akin.
Two or for o bottles aro wit, rantuil to curo tho worst kind
Two or threo bottlta ar iVolrruntv,i to oare the mod dee
porato caoc of
Thrlr_• to foul to,L , 10, or
war: aat, d to our. e!ilt•Rhenm
Five to eight bottled win cure the were, CAM) of scrofula.
benefit le alwari experieucsd trim the tint bottle, and
a perfect cure is warranted when the aboverlaantity le taken.
Dana M&DADI,—The reputation of the sledical Inscotery,
in curing all kind of Inuutwo, I. oo wull notablisticd by the
ElLltiflill3ollB voice, of all who havc ever mind it, that I need
not ray anything on the ultioct, as the moot skilful physi
cians and the moot careful D, uggisto in the conutry aro un
unbound in its
Iu premeuting the Medical Discovery to your notice, I do
it with a lull knowledge of the curative power. in relieving
all, and curing moat of those dieemea in which yon are on
fortunately so liable. That moat excruciating disease to an
NURSING SORE MOUTH,
Is cured as if by a miracle; your own temper is restored
ivy natural sweetuees, and your babe from short and fretful
naps to calm and sweet slumbers; and the Medical Discover
ry bc4,oll.lt!d a fountain of blemins. to your husband and
I❑ the men, advanced SLitgei of
It e.t. ❑ds t, the Stomach, causing.
which Id uuthing bra cankcr u; than to the
LI totAti nus mud
ur, , atiug a oinking, golly fo.ilng, and au India - arena> Waikato
tin careo of your taiuil!.
Your stomach hi
RAW AND INFLAMED,
roar food dietrers If you, and ,uti can only take certain
kinds, and even of that your system does not got half the
nourishment it contains as the ncrimonous fluid of the canker
eats it up; then your complexion' loses its bloom and be•
comes sallow or greenish, and your beet day Is gone. For
want of nourishment your .yutern becomes 100 and flabby,
and the fibres of your body become relaxed. Then follow a
train of diseases which the Medical Discovery is peculiarly
adapted to _ _ _
Palpitation of the heart, pain in the aide, weakness of the
spine and small of the back, pain of the hip Joint when yen
retire, Irregularity of the Guwele, sod ale., that moat excrn
dating of disomei, the _
HOW many thorusamis of poor women aro suilerims from
this amuse and pining away a miserable life, and their next
door neighbor does not know the cause. 1 wish to Impress
oe your mind that good old proverb, " An ounce of proven.
tiou is better than a Lamm! of-,cur.-." In the
you have both the preventative and the cure, with thla great
and good quality, chat It will o ve r, tinder any el roninstanc.s,
do you any injury.
N. change of diet ever uec..4l.ary--tat the beat you can gut
and enough of it.
Nast:Twit, Pole net—Adults en, , table spoonful per day—
Children over ten yeues dessert spoontul--Children frond live
to eight years, tea sixsintul. All no directions can be appli•
cable i to all couatitutiooa . take sufficient to operate on the
bowchi twice a day. Yonra truly,
Price $l,OO per b..ttb, For 841.3 by
or. (•F'...). a. KEYRKIL,
A RETIRED PIitiS:CIAN" -
dies,7s YEARS OF AGE, whose sands of life
have nearly ron out, discovered, while in the East IL
a certain corn for Consquiption, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Coughs, Colds, and ilegii,ali Debility The remedy was
discovered by him when hill only child, a daughter, wan
given qp to die. Ile had heard touch of the wonderful
restorative and healing qualities of preparations made from
the East India Ileuip, and the thought occurred to him that
he might make a remedy for his child. Ho studied hard
and succeeded in realizing his wishes. 1118 child was cured,
and is now alive and well. Ile ban deco ...itnintatered the
- wonderful remedy to thousands ,t sidlerera in all parts of
the world, and he has never failed in making them corn.
piaciy healthy and happy. Wishing to do as Lunch good as
possible, he will send to such of his afflicted fellow-beings as
request it., this t • ipe, with full and explicit direction for
making it up, ano successfully using it. He requires each
applicant to inclose Mtn ono shilling—three cents to be re
turned as postage on the recipe, and the remainder to be
Applied to the pay - Mont of this sAvertisemuut.
Address, DR 11. JAMES,
No to (it at, street, Jnosey City, N. J.
CAUTLOY-1 have uu ~/.I•ie-low with, rr.3.31 to send nit
rec pe, en ha, hove :01 v., t.,,,,1 i,,..23,1,,,_4,
BOWM A _
Bleeding of the Lungs .
For sine by
GP)). H. KEYS R,
J. P. Rl.lnfiNn rlity
D'hSPEPsI4 4ND FITS.
DR. TRACY DELORINIE, the great curer
of CONBUMP 4 IION, t,as f•r PeVe.ral ye•tre eo badly
Abeted by Dyspepsia that for u part t f the time he wee
confined to hie bet •i o was eventually cured by a pro•
ticription furnished by a youn, clair.toyant air!. This pre'
ecription, given by a tner•- etold 'xi Ito a state of trace,
has cured everyLasly who has taken it, never having failed
once. It is equally as sure itt c-ass aof Yrra as of DYETIPSL%.
The lugredients mayfund In any drug store I will
tend this valuable pre , cript ion to any person on the receipt
of one etatnp t, pay postaztt Atidfc , ot
Gaccu cotes OP CO2NUMPTION,
York Post ^Moe.
„.....0... 7 ,7 7"..'' - :- . ..- -- N \
, t il
1 ~....- , ise- ~- -Z .;:- . ., -- -.f.'-A., 1. :yam,
/v< .f -
.- - ',l- N 1 4 1.; f 4,
il 4 -1:4Fi .. .-' ‘ ` . :; i '' -''
', ..• -, i_ ' 4 -'- -: - -,.. tE t- 2 1 - 77,;.; - a - ?. =
. - .; ; -: :- :j - tzirtt - ~/,'
_ 'l ~L__
V.; 4-7 f - ff '2" : 151 44 . ''
re : -0 ,44 .
‘, .... ~z - --. ....4- 5.3 ',.., : . , t -
NI tiRB LE ! MARBLE! 1
JOELIA 67/g I Cal R G 0
HAS A BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF
MONUMENTS, GitiVE STONES,
Enclosures, Posts, „tr., 83,c.
Tho public are rovectfully invitod to examine our mock.
Prices low, and work warranted.
7y 1 343 121 NO. 834 I,IBEMY STRUT.
Inflammation of the Lungs,