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SPECIAL NOTICE A.PP . O,INTIVIENT EXTENDED TO
Dim M. FI7 7.- 7 4- J. W. SYKES,
'Viral remain at the;r
OPPOSITE ST. CLA PITTSBITROII, PA
TILL Jr. Art: FIST, 1558,
And may be consulted daily, (except Sundays)
for CONSWI N, BRONCEIITIS and ALL
COMPLANTS complicated with, 0.
oanslng pulmonary diaaase, including
Catarrh, Heart Disease„ Affections of the Liver,
Dyspepsia, Gastritis, Female Complaints, 4c.
SYKES would state that their treatment
of Consumntion is hosed upon the fact that the disease exists
ift the blood and .ty:zon at large, both blore and during its
development in the lungs, and they therefore employ Meehan
tk,glenic and Medical remedies to purify the blood and
strehgtheu the syat..tn. TR! 'L these, they use 11.151. , 10AL IN
UALATION, which they value highly, but only all Pa!tia
twe.s, which need alone have no Curative effect!, and Inva.
lido ate earn. stly cautioned n.:kll/16t wasting the precious
time ut curability on any treatment ./jesed upon the plamii.
GM, but false ides that the eclat of the TII - 6eas, tau be reached
to a direct manner by Inhalation.
No charge for c el icultati
A hat of questions will be sent to those wishing to consult
tie by letter. Address
DES. 0. M. PITOII A J. W. SYKES,
191 Penn street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sir MORE CURES.
Pmz.s.ouni,t, 3d me., 20, 18.0.
impeded .Prieruf—l had for several years boon afflicted
with Dyspepsia, and I.wcasloually a General Debility. I no-
cidentally tried thy medicine, Hoofland's German Bitters, iu
the first place upon a daughter, she having a severe open of
sickness. Thy Honflautis German Bitters had such etfact
upon her general debility, that I was induced to try it my
self. I then got a bottle„ . aud used it according to the direc
tions, and It relieved me morn than anything I had le fure
used, giving general tone and strength to the stomach and
system. Last fall I had a very severe spell of the Diarrheas,
which continued fur some time. My life, for a a tic.., was
despaired of. Thy bitters vain
being used, acted col) , hap
pily upon the stomach and intelitlus, and coon relieved me
from the great pain I suffered, and gave me goneral health
to the system. I conaiii. it, do,:ter, una, of the most value-
Lie inetliclues I ever wed, and elwlt tate ;great pleasure in
tiedmmending It to others.
ftrAp,atullj thy trhl4
9 CNIITEL HUTTON
Dr. C. Jackson, 11:9 An .T, street, Philadelptd,
gate by LTZ! . .II,N . 3 t , 3ld (.15C0 E0Y81:11
Zi , bvrizh. tur.26:tsuisisi
r. A RECIPE TUA'r RARELY EVER PAIL TO
CUE A COLD.—Now, while winter, 'with its burtheu of
Colds and Oongits,ls with no, we think a remedy that will
relieve inch visitati&ne highly prized, and all
knoty the worth of the remedy, will do as we do—prize
. donhly. Take a doable dose a Dr. Slnford'B 1161x:ducat,.
and it will give greater rrli,f thau any ether medicine v
eveil hied, for we hare rarely to repeat the dose tG be ...L
tirely free from Cough, edict as eon ea the lunge have time
to throw off the collected mattor, the c-da, is complete. As
f■p+Uy medicine, for the curo of Bowel Diseases, Wormy,
Derngement of the iitoma:M and Liver, we can recommend
it imowingly. mr22•lmdaw
OFFICE oP rat I',lls.enivin a Bus Tell MINING Co., I
Pittsburgh, March 10, 1859. f
Om NOTICE TO STXtiIIOLDERS.—The Srockholci.
ere of this Company are hereby nodded that the
number of attires into which the Capital Stock in divided,
bas this day been increased from S a Trousani to Twenty
Thotuand share., in pa:8111111GO of authority granted by the
Legislature of Michigan.
New certificates of stock in exchange for the old Ones will
be issued at the Miles °fan, Secretary, to the city of Pitts
burgh, on and after the let day of April.
No cortidcate will be Visued for the traction of a mbar., but
parties entitled to tract...nal eheree will be credited there
with on the books of the Cowpony, and a certificate iaarted
whenever waignuieuta of such frnotiouel credits are present
ed to the Secretary ac will amount to one Or mo , e Awes.
Holdere of old corbel ales will plisse protont them for ex.
change es early alter the let of Audi as way be convenient.
THOS. NONE, Secretary,
Pittabargh t Boston Mining Cu.
PITTSBURGH tir, , i]gL %von&
ISAAC JONPS ..TN0.1..737YD WM. 1 6 = 1 31.1.0MA
JONES, BOYD & CO.
SPRING, PLOW AND A. B. STEEL,
SPRINGS AND AXLES.
Corner Rocs and First Streets,
b 26 PITTSBURGH, PA.
MILL° JONEL r. Ft,LiAL
D. B. ROGER@ Si. CO.,
EWERS' IMPROVCD PATENT
STEEL CULTIVATOR TEETH,
• COIIIIEII ROPE; AND I? I T S 'PELEE ,
FonVarding and agonLiniggica Merchant,
Fionr,'Grain, Blloolk, Lard, liuttcr, Bemis, TJri,d FF.dit
e.ud. Produoi) generally,
'Corner or Market and First streets.
PITTSBiI tttali. PA.
/11.7211 TO—Smacte G. Bail,Ny, Dilworth, Sr.,
B. Cuthbert k Bon, Pittablrgh; Boyd & Ott, Heist.°ll
Owearingen, 8. Brady, Card , . M. & M. Bank. List & liou.-11,
Mangle .V 0 0., George W. Ander:ion, Dania . Paxton & Co.
hliudia, Philo C. W. RIORSTSON,Pith3L'h
AND IMPOItTEFA OF
BRANDIES, WINES AND SEGARS.
NOB. Bat and 223, Corncr of Ltbtxrly
IRON, NAILS, CCrITON YARNS, do., do., CONSTANTLY
ON HAND. mr2
ANWEL FAHNESTOCK, No. 74 WOOD
street, Pittsburgh, hat on hand a large
STOCK OF lIARDWARE,
Which he will sell very low for BASIL In addition to bie
Locks, thrive, KIEVC9 aid Forks, and Spoons, and a large
sissortmont of :larpanter'n Toole, he has recol:ad a large Hu p
ply of Sausage Cratere and Stuffere
hhovels, Tongues and Pokers ;
Sleigh. Belle, and Enauiele.4
Office of Sealer of Weights and
THE OFFICE OF THE UNDERSIGNED,
SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND ATEA VTR ES,
Iley be found hencefcrth, iu Cherry allay, bets:<n Thud
and Fourth streets, where ard.Jra may be left.
mrl3:tf OBARLES BARNETT.
SUPERB GRAND PIANO.
FROM THE MANUFACTORY OF
STEIN WAY & SONS,
IN FM YORK.
1:1 KLEBER BRO., TAKE PLEA
• ERE in announcing to to the pub.
lie that they have Inst received a splendid 4041 = 1:4
GRAND PLAN), from the Factory of Stein.. [0:
way I Sons, New York, which for exquisite ' a' I V
sweetness uud volume of tone, lightness and cliwiticity et
touch, and a molt tasteful and elegant exterior, is consider.
ed the FINEST GRAND PIANO over brought to this city.
The mechanism is a DAIWA: REPEATING ACTION, u
patented invention of Steinway A Sons, which combines
with tau utmost promptness aed delicacy of touch a degree
of durability but rarely attained.
One of Stuiuwiy g Sons' GRAND PIANOS has f , tely
bean performed on by S. Thalberg, in Baltimore, who sta
. ted that it was remarkable, even and pare in tone; power
- fal and of fine touch. All thane who have heard this grand
piano, are unanimous that it is far superior to those of any
other. William Mason aad Gottechalk, the American Pi
anists, who hive lately ,flayed on Steinway I Bonn GRAND
PIANOS at their concerts, are of the same opinion.
Mr. Satter, the eminent Pianist, late of Boston, who he
tested all the grand Omen now in this country, is using
Steinway A Bone' Grand Piano at his concerts in Now Yorh,
In preference to any other
We respectfully invite the public, one and all, whether
purchasers not , to call and see this unrivalled lustre.
&LEBER A BRO.,
No. 68 Fifth street,
Sole Agents for Steinway & Pons.
. B!LltlEt In PIOSER, Architects,
N 0.112 Smithfield street,
Opposite th, uew Post Office,
Execute Plane and Specifications for all kinds of building,
and superintend tho erection of the Berne.
Mr. Baua alto continues to attend to the measuring o
builders' work, and Mr. Mosna to the preparation of paten
papers and drawings. mr11:11n RC
L. C. 11.F.SUB.X,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND CONVEYANOF.E
cm= waii :r.
r, T. GROUTT, Importers of Brandies,
u • Gin, Win, Az. Dealers in fine Old Monongahela
Rye Whiaky, Peach and Apple Brandy; also, RECTIFIERS
AND DISTILLERS, corner of SMITHFELD and FRONT
Streets, Pittsburgh. Po.
WILLIAM CLAYTON & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Near Wood estr.iet,
/KR- Alwaya on hand, Elatkberry, Cherry, and Cognac
larandies, Old Monongahela and Rectified Whisky, of the
Tfr bakt quality. dadflydel:
GENUINE ROUGH. PURPLE 01.1.1L1
POTATOEI3,—This Potato has the reputation of b, -
lug the most productive, and the best table P 'tato of all the
new varieties in use. The subscriber having cultivated
them largely for four years has never known them to rot.
either in the ground or le nt,re. A limited number ui
bushels can be had. at a moderate price, by applying to
No. 2 Wood strtet, Pittsburgh, Pa.
house and lot of ground 10 feet by 100, ploaa
utly "Masted on Mt. Washington. Term eaay.
fee B. OUTELBEBT & 80N, irlhiarkbt t.
. lot P Olll3 strcc,t
NO. 37 DIAMOND ALLEY
1,0rA.1 , AFFAIRs.
Court of Quarter Sessions.
Before Hon. Win. B M'Cluro, Presidont Judge,
and Gabriel Adams and John E. Parke, Associate
Robert Turley was indicted for the larceny of an
overcoat from John S. Blair, and plead guilty. Re•
mended for sentence.
Charles Coatey, the young man who purloined
g,oeds from his employers, Messrs. Flees J Schmidt,
was tried, found guilty, and sentenced to three
mouths' imprisonment in the county jail.
Jacob Thoobald sued Smith McFall for assault and
battery. The verdict of the jury was not guilty, and
prosecutor to pay the costs.
In the afternoon, there being no jury cases for
trial, the Court proceeded to sentence the convicted
prisonere now in jail.
George Cooley, Patrick Mullen and David Porter
were sentenced to eight years each in the Peniten
tiary on two charges, one of highway robbery and one
of grand larceny. They were not sentenced on the
petty larceny cases.
Robert M'Creery, the young -man v. ho knocked
down end robbed Mr. J. G. Mason. ace Sunday,
some two months since, was merit over for six years.
Thomas Lucas, a colored man, convicted of com
mitting a rape upon a colored girl twelve years of
ago, was sent to the penitentiary for three years.
Robert Turley, John Turley, and James Gordon
were sentenced to three years each for the robbery
of the Craig jewelry, and two years each for stealing
Mr. Blair's overooar,--malting five years for each.
William Anderson alias Samuel Platt, who was
convicted of grand larceny in robbing Mr. Braynian,
of Kentucky, of $473 in gold, was sent to the peni
tentiary for throe
Jonkin Edwards was slat. sentenced to three yearn
for grand larceny in stealing braes and pieces of ma
chinery from steam ongines.
Harry Denison, the boy convicted of assault and
battery with intent to kill, on Richard Braxton, was
let off with six mouths in the county jail iu oonstd•
eration of his youth.
Charley Bothwell, who stole a bucket and several
other articles from Mr. M'Dermot, got up a pretty
good story, though rather improbable, and tried to
get off; but tho Court was not to be humbugged, and
he was sent over the water for three years.
Tlie Avery College
'rho closing exercises of this school for the hinter
term were concluded yest6rday. Most of the exami
nations were in tho higher branches, consisting of
Algebra, Geometry, Natural Philosophy, Lugie, his
tory and Composition. Most of the students evi.
deuced a close application to their studies, and many
showed a proficiency far beyond their years. Some
of the compositions read yesterday wore very fine
specimens. Thero is, at present, no class in the dead
languages, and bnt one engaged in the study of Ger.
We cannot too strongly recommend this institution
to the notice of the too much neglected race for
whose benefit it was established. The cost of tuition
is but a trifle, some $l2 pju. annum, and the neces
sary of.p:mses of the student about £lOO for the yea..
The facilities for education here are very great, the
teachers are amply qualified to impart instruction,
and the appliances aro perfect. Indeed, we know of
no better or morn economical method of education.
The institution is designed to furnish facilities for
the acquisition of all the branches of knowledge
usually pursued in high schools and colleges. While
it offers superior advantages for obtaining a good
English education, it has also a regular oolleg.ate
classical course of study, and a college charter. It
has a female department, to which much care is de ,
voted, and the course of study in which is - designt I
to give as high an education as is found in the best
ladies' seminaries. The discipline of the school le
mild and paternal, yet firm end strict, and, although
the institution is not under the control of any re
ligioas denomination, yet its charter provides that all
its officers shall be professors of Christianity. The
moral atmosphere of the studuut is therefore a good
AS we stated yesterday, tho neat term fiill o ..an
menee on Monday, tho 19th of April, and we en
ceroly hope that the expectations of the Trustees, of
a largely increased attendance, may be realized.
Two men, named James Williams and Augustus
Cline, escaped from the Jeffersen county jail, at
Steubenville, on Wednesday night about nine o'clock.
They succeeded in prying away a large stone near
their window, with a poker, thus making an aperture
large enough to allow them to snake their exit. Thoy
had been imprisoned on a charge of burglary, at,d
stated that they were citizens of New Alb.sny, In
diana. A reward of SAO has been offered by Sbor:ff
Blinn for their apprehension.
Two men, named John Bowers and James Dixon,
were arrested at Noir Lisbon, Ohio, recently, on a
charge of passing counterfeit money,
Mr. John Bowman, well known throughout Wash.
irgton county as a cloak pedlar, died rery suddenly
in the town of Washington, on last Sunday, of
disease of the heart. lie had bean slightly unwell.
and about noon he got up to got a drink, but while
crossing the room he felt senseless and died in a few
minutes. Be was a peaceable, well.disposed
about fifty-seven years of ago.
The residence of Dr. B. F. Spelman, of Ravenna,
Ohio, took fire on Thursday morning, about one
o'clock, and was considarably injured by fire and
water before the flames were checked. The fire is
supposed to ba . ve arisen from the carelessness of
servant in leaving a candle is her room, while she
went to spend the night with an acquaintance.
We aro sorry to learn from the Ebensburg ..ifou”
tuineer, that"tho large building at the Summit, recent
ly used fur a College, Wad butiraly destroy - ad by are
on Monday night. The fauAy, re;idiag in 1( nar
rowly escaped. Nothing but their lives was aaved--
not oven wearing apparel.
Mr. Peter Kennedy, an old and well known aiti•
z3n of Washington, was severely'injured on last Sat.
turday afternoon, near Cherry Valley, by bein,:;
thrown from his sulky. His horse became frightened
at some objeet and mode a sudden jump, throwing
him, with considerable force upon his head. Three
of his ribs were broaen, and be was otherwise mush
injured, but he is now doing wail.
An Owner Wanted.—Officer Daye, of tho night
police, found a man lying in the Fifth Ward Market
House, about twelve o'clock on Thursday night.
Mr. Daye had considerable difficulty in arresting
him, as ha succeeded in jumping out of his coat,
and it was only with the assistance of another watch
man that he was captured. Re had under his head
a large black leather carpet sack, which, on examina
tion at the Mayor's office, was supposed to be stolen.
It contained a green coat with a velvet collar, a quan
tity of linen, a Concordance to the Scriptures, and a
letter directed to S. T. Garrison, signed by Gen. Wm.
Robinson, dated August 19, 1352, notifying Garrison
of his appointment as ticket agent at Sewiokleyville,
on the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne end Chicago Rail
road. The man gave his name as Thomas Madison.
He was committed for thirty days as a vagrant.
District Court.—ln the District Court, yesterday,
the case of the Pittsburgh and Connelsville Railroad
Company against S,intiel Livingston, which has oo
copied throe days, was decided by a verdict in favor
ul pla.ntiffs for $9,682. The suit was brought fur
the recovery of the balance due on a subscription
made by S. t P. Livingstoh, el which firm the de
fendant is the surcivit.g partner, for one hundred
and fifty shares of the stuck et the company, on
which but a small amount had been paid. James
S. Craft and George P. llii[Lilt._!: were counsel foil
plaintiffs, and R. C. U. dpioul and Thomas Williams
Sharp Practice. —A countryman, bound for Mad
ison, lowa, went on board the Nathaniel Holmes, on
Thursday evening, and was making his horses coat.
le:table, when a follow came up, entered into Con
versation, and finally persuaded our friend to give
nim money to go up into the elerk's office to pay his
passage. Sinop then, nothing has been heard of the
confidence man or the cash. The police are on the
alert, and we hope may arrest the reseal.—Reporter.
nunatony.—Yesterday morning, a horse atta3hed
10 a wagon was standing in trout of the store of J.
S. Lveeh k Co., when he tools frig ,t and stezted. In
order to stop him, the driver ran the wagon against
a lamp post; the wagon was broken to pieces, the
horse wounded, aria the driver thrown into the street
with considerablo foroa. He was not seriously in,
alicraa. —Mr. Robert Reed, near Kittanning, aged
seven ty.five years, ten years totally blind from catar
act, was lately restored by a now method of ope-
rating—a method that causes bat slight pain or risk
o the eye; likewise William Richardson, of blan
ches er, coach trimmer; also Mr. John Alexander,
on Fountain streeot, Pittsburgh, by Dr. Stand, No.
277 Penn street.
Paralpia.—Mr. George Bailey, an uld resident of
this city, a plumber, residing on Fourth street, was
suddenly attacked by paralysis, in a severe stroke by
which ho was felled to the floor, and rendered in
sensible, while standing at the counter of the Citizens'
Bank, on Thursday afternoon. He was taken home
in a carriage, physicians were called in, and he has
now partially recovered from the effects of the stroke
Two suite were instituted yesterday, before Alder• ,
man Lewis, against Simpeon, Moore. Margaret Hop
kins charges him with assault and battery, and de
clares that he threatened to shoot her. John Moore
says Moore arrested him, took him to the watch
house, and looked him up without any reason. Simp
eon was held to bail for his appearance.
Dr. William M. Kern, one of our most popular
physicians, has removed his office from Smithfield
street to No. 229 Penn street, one doer from Irwin.
Margaret llopkina was held to bail by Aldermen
Lewis, yesterday, for a violation of the liquor law.
We are informoi that a tea party, for the banal
or Mercy Hocpital, will come off at Lafayette Hall
on the 14th in.A.
First Arrival of Spring Goods at Camay/twee, Al
legheny City.—A very full and elegant stook of cloths,
now style cassimeres and vesting., furnishing goods,
.to., for men and boys' wear, are now opened, to which
the attention of cash buyer. is invited. Terms being
strictly cash, buyers may rely on the prices being
t2V- THE GREAT POI TILAF.II'Y OF LIOHTIITTEIt'S
STOAIACII BI[TIND prepared by till emin.nt physician..
Dr. J. Ifoltetter, is unbounded. Daily does be receive the
voluntary testimonials of the afflicted, who have been cured
of long standing diseases, through the IMO of the Bitters,"'
and daily the sale of this medicine is increasing, and extend.
tog Its sphere of usefulness among suffering humanity.
For removing all moi bid matter from the stomach, regulat
ing the bowels; strengthening the maim body, and impart
ing vigor and tone to the entire human system, it cannot ,
be equalled. We would recommend all who are dilated
with any of these terrible &anise], to immediately procure
a bottle of the Bitters, and their ail acute will vanquish like
snow before a scorching eon.
FRIDAY, April 2d.
For Gale by druggiete and dee.lera generally, everyhare,
and by f.I.O:3TErTER II SMITH,
Illannfacturera and Prowllotorg,
oft Water and 68 Front streeU.
Fancy & Plain Furniture & Chairs,
Warerooms, 424 Penal Areet,
AB(VE THE CANAL BRIDGE,
In slditie.i to the Pura Iturn business, I also devote
attouti(4l t.o UNDERTARINtt littarae4 and Carriaged
56 Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
lur:tni .Le “tt.ution of Lk Custva. , rd aud tgayna goacral-
Butight dtrt-:t trues Alnituta,tui6ve ti filasolclud.Ltio,
Mm, Bois and Youth's
Ali )1 ntich will b, foul,/ h 3reat variety
.Ve. (host indc..ainonta oti6r6d to CASH and pr.:, lapt
0, were solicited and carefully selected uud packed
MOORHEA D & CO.,
imeriean, Plain & Corrugated,
GALVANIZED SHEET IRON,
• For Rooting, Glle.tortng, Spouting, Ate.
AGENTS FOR WOOD'S PATENT
IMITATION RUSSIA SHEET IRON.
Warehouse, No. 138 Virst street,
mr26:ly-iti PITTSBURGH, PA.
Ai. Ai. CAR.titi iE &
ii ?aNIERAL INSUR ANCE AGENCY.
Capitel Represemted t $3,000 9 000.
~1 0 1, 1 PANIE OP 11.1011.1115 T STANDING, Chartered by
Pennsylvania an( 1 other States.
MIRE, MARINE AND LIFE RISKS TAKEN, OF ALL
.14 - 4). 63 FiDriILUP.I E'PLIEWE',
a, CIAZIIIEIt. ) F.7.178U2t7:4, PA.
1[1.6111 , (91/.4.L.
JOHN MOORHEAD has removed to
No. 73 Water street, below Market
' , ii'oritillo AND . 01.11 1 ;STIC
'II Wood street, 23( Ptvresu Diamond
niley and Potart, rtrost,
PIT '.:I'SBURGE, FA.
drir TELN b./inscriber is aow opanif IF a well selected rieort •
~ent of foreign and domiAtic flardx zre, 511 newond will be
• , 1d on ae good Lerma eo st . , other Imice in thin city. He
olwayd keep ou band a guaerel noortment of
OUTLERY, CAI 4 Pi UiTiCELS' TOOLS, Ato.,
scLi,:hr . .,..Fpecttallyi,,vitti tht, attkation of , rehmelr
mhll NA 3l E IiAItNIISCOMC
lErt .lE;t6 3EX E Ca- 313. -sr ,
12:3 VYrod street, Pitts burg ti t Pa.
'WHO IS NOW IiECE IV/N(1 FROM
}.:urope and Einitern Cities, a choice c.-soriment of
irticlis in his line comprising new au id tasteful di tapes of
'earl White Stone Tea. Dining and 'I bile, Ware, and the
ame in P. ale, Gold, Lustre Band and Flowers; Finis White
Vitrified Iron Stone Table Ware, know n to bo tha ii iost dar
able now in use for Rotolo and Stoambo Ste; French CI tibia of
saw styles, in Pare White and Gold Be sad, lather in eels or
pieces; Richly Gilt and Decoral si Toilet Beta Brit'
annia and Plafod Castors; German alive, ic.!Tea Table Bri oons,
uLp Ladles, etc., plate] with silver, ti us Ivory Retuned
Carving, To and Table Knives and Pori w, Tea Waitera and
trays; shaker and Sess,rass Table Alat4 Jappatied and Dec
orated Tin Toi et Bat .
Also, a Omplete and fall assortment of all articles 'milts-
Da for the CAINTRY RETAIL TSAI IF,, a.. prices to plea se
the public, who era respectfahy Inv; tel to examine rti,lS
51 UFACTUREB OF
JAMES P. TANNER,
ly, to bra larg,, eti,Et of
NEW SPRINtiI GOODS,
JOl4 Pille iNG
PA' M LEAF,
PA'vANIA nL 1
WOOL and hirift
[MALEY, COS6_?..AVE a Co.,
No. IS tttudi 20 Wood Street,
%4 nl. 13,
WM. H. SMITH & CO.,
its Second E 4 14'7 First sib.,
rIT irsH=Ga, PA.
PO3 /Eli of 1.1. S 07
PIO METAL AU ID GLOOMS,
NT.). 74 WATER STREET, liEE' MARION',
mrl9 PITTSBURGH, PA
!.:11..24.11M1L FAH NESTOCK
IMPORTER & 'CALER IN
China, Ginslt and Qi neengsware.
SP ILI NG STOOki JUST IPENED,
Al' TILE uLil ESTAJILIS. ErIIMNT
GO AND SI gE
GEORGE P. W 'ERTZ'S
Wirtd Preullum Lf Ind Factory,
CORNER TIIIRD AND aIAILIIET f TS., Prrrssus.Git.
YIHOSE WISHING TO t RJRNISH THEIR
Rouse with VENITIAN BLII 13)8, a the most exqui•
site and elaborate brash, will find i Ito their interests to give
me a call before purchasing elsowl Ore. My work is got up
by the best mechanics (not appren aces.) Every attention is
given to the wants of cruatomen Prices low. All cork
warranted. No. 12 THIRD Street ,„ 'Pittsburgh. [myB:ls,ll
D OBERT DALZELL CO., Wholesale
_Lil o Grocers, COMMIBSIOn and ftguwarding Merchants and
Dealers in Produce and Pittance al 61annfacturee,flo. 261
Lib Arty eireet. Pittalsurritz. Pa. 1:10112&Ve
- School for liot si tag Ladies.
Witl. J. BAKEWEV A INTENDS TO
open hie Bch - Ad, on MO sp., yr, the sth of AprlL
TErza, $l5 00 per gnat ter. Reel deuce at his eon's house,
191 Canon(' street. Roos" Err Atha ild street, N. E. corner
of Diamond alley. mr29:tf
A. MASON & CO., Agts.,
No. 21 FIFTH STBEET,
Are ut,Pi oyeul
Bic! Plititad. "ja w . mu,
Ha ccdoome Item ObiutLed,
Bich Oballi IrLaMea,
dud other Rich Dress Giroln
SPRING FASIII lONS.
THE SPRING STYLE St LK HAT, IS
now ready, air H. H. I '1,131,80NT,
mr24:Bw No. 73 Wood streat.
EFIVEra7SOURG33 OS" TRA.D.Z ASII3
B. L BRUNOT,
JOH•.J J. GILLESPIE,
0170417 y Reportt3 by JOSEPH SNOWDEN, Sukeriettendegi of
the .11e7charls' Emhan2e.
PUTSBUPOH, April'' Debi
FLOOR—There Id So change in prices. The sales that
have transpired to day amount to 325 bbla viz:—From first
hands 30 bble superfine and extra, from wharf, at $3,85
and $4. From store; 120 bble. extra family from store at
$4,50; 100 tibia. at $3,60 for superfine, $4 for extra and $4,50
for extra family ; 76 bble. at $4 for extra and $4,60 fur extra
GRAIN—Sales 600 bush. Oats from wharf at titi%c.; 86
bush. Corn In ear from wharf at 43c.; 1000 bush. red Wheat
from store at 82c., and 200 bush. Southern white Wheat
from store at 90c ; 176 bash. Oats from store At 30c.; 150
bush. Corn In the ear, from store at 41c. V bush.
FEED— Balers 2 tons Bran from wharf at 600,t1 100 tha
SEIMS...FaIea 36 btpli. Clover from store at $5; 41 bush.
'a. from store at $1,25 51 buhh.
DRIED FRUIT...SaIes 10 hush. Peaches from wharf at
$3,76; 20 bush. Apple's from wharf at $1,30.
GREEN FRUIT...SaIta 21 bbis. Apples from More at $1,24
01,75 for common to good; 25 bble. Mixed from store at
$1,76®2,25 bn , h.
POTATOE ...Sales 60 bush. mixed from wharf at 36e. ; 160
bush. Neshannocks from wharf at 46c.; 600 bush. Neshau
nocka from first hands at 60c.; 50 bush. Pink Eyes from
store at 660. V bush.
BAOON...SaIes 1000 the Shoulders and Hams at 7% aud
; 1000 1113. sugar cured Hams at 12c. V lb.
LARD...SaIe 2 tibia. at Sc. V - M.; 18 lugs country at Sc.
BUTTER...SaIes 0 tibia. prime roll at leo 3 bbls. roil at
133..41;4)16c. for common to prime.
EGGS...Bales 130 doz. at 15 40. V doe.
MOLASSES...SaIe 30 I bla. N. 0. at 36 , 4 c. ci gallon.
FIRE•BRICK—SaIes 50,000 Bolivar, common and extra, at
$2B and $4O
Netr Sons. April —Cott: n; sales 300 bales et 111 8 ' tor
uplands middling, Flour firm; sales 12,500 bbls. Wheat
steady. Corn firm; 40,000 bush sold. Pork buoyant at $16,-
80(,_::16,90 for Mess, and 0.3,75 for Prime Bacon steady;
short middles and ribbed 8%. Linseed Oil 2c better, sales et
64@65c. Tobac•o firm at 1@7;( ..: . Tallow quiet. PtAglits
dull; on Cotton to Liverpool 5-32.
NEW YORE, April 2.—Stocks irregular, fancies 10WK.
Chicago and Rock Island 72; Cumberland Coal 18; Illinois
Central 95; La Crosse and Milwaukee 8%; Michig-an Fonth
ern 223.6; N. Y. Central. 85Y 4 .' ; Reading 46%; Virginia Ws
91; Missouri ti's 92; Galena and Chicago Michigan
Central 68%; Erie 21%; Cieveland and Toledo 424; Clove
land and Pittsburgh 12%; LaCrosse 31. Sterling Exchange
Cincinnati, April 2.—Flour nimbi nged; 2100 bbis sold at
t3,65@3,65 for superfine and $44,75@3A far extra tho IrEf
cetpta were 2277 tibia. Whisky steady and In good demand
at lt 14; sales 1400 bbla. Mess Pork;nales2oo bbls at slfc 100,
000 The. Bulk sides at 794 and 100 bbls Lard at tic. Oats are
In good demand; sales 4000 bush at 33. There is no scarcity
in Groceries. Money is tight; currency Is scarce. Exchange
is cull and heavy.
HARDY & M'GREW, Steamboat and Gen
eral Agents, Corner of First and Perry streets.
WEATECER, ETo.—The ricer HUH continuos to fall
with 6 1 / 2 feet in the channeL The weather is delightful.
Business is only tolerable.
The Superior, Capt. lied Grace, le the regular Cincinnati
packet for today, leaving tide morning at 10 o'clock.
The mote of the iluunibal City fell from the hurricane
roof of that steamer one day last week, and was killed.
jog. It. FlUN'flat.
REGULAR. PITTSBURGH AND CINCINNATI PACKET
The elegant aide wheel, passenger packet
ice ;• , SUPERIDE---Oapt REDMOND J. OSAOL:--will
- eave Pittsburgh for Cincinnati, every SATUR.
DAY, at 10 o'clock, a. It. Returning, will leave Cincinnati
~very TUESDAY MORNING.
mr23 FLACK, BARNES k CO., Agents.
4 o'clock, Y. BL
For freight or passage apply on board
For St. Loule, Keokuk, Burlington, Mus
catine, Rock I..land and Davenport.
The flue passenger ti , eamer ARIZONIA—
Capt. lizapartri—will leave for the abevo
and all intermediate purts on MONDAY, the
:29:h iusLaut, at 4 o'clock r.
ma 4 FLACK, BARNES a CO, Agents.
NEW TRIMMINGS! NEW TRIMMINGS
No. 65 Market street,
Lodias, walk in and examina tho Now Spring Stook of
RUCHES, HOSIERY, '_OVES,
JOUTIN'S 1D GLOVE'S, GAUNTLETS,
MISSES' EMBROIDERED MARSETIJ ES SKIRTS,
EXPANSION STEEL SPRING SKIRTS,
EMBROIDIAtED, MECHANIC AND
INFANTS' FANCY CAPS,
And HEAD-DRESSES, Al
ap2 No. 65 Market street.
(JEW ARRIVALS.—We are taking into
(12 , 3 Wood street,) an !amend. stack of fine
caper for Jobbing purdosas ; au., Letter, t.ap and Not..!;
wavelopea in gloat variety; Manilla Papers, of ein.ry sirs,
end es cheap as they can be bought in Van Kent, whole we
offer %v holwalu ar reiall, eery low ror Carb.
a. 2 JNO. M. PERKINS & CO.
aENTLEMEN'S LINEN,-Our Auk of
‘-•A Stirvaii, le at pvesent complete, embracing every
..16412E1 D. lIIINADTREI
(JOTAM I “iiiA
ISAIAH DICKEY, 3d
N. HOLMES, Ja
Cbmmittac of Arbitration for March.
F. B. BRUNOT, Vice Preeldent,
JOSEPH IL HUNTER,
PITTSBLibt.G , H hlaftE.El'.
New York Itlarlizet
New York Stock Blarket.
PORT OP PITTSBURGH.
G FEIT 6 INCESS WATZEL TIME CLLA , JINNI
Steamer Lucerne, Jacobs, Brownsville.
Col. Bayard Peebles, Elizabeth. Woodward, Telegraph, Brownsville.
" Judge NVOinre, -, West lit:Aston
" Chevoit, Murray, Wheeling.
Marmara, Brennan, Louisville.
•• W. H. Denny, Lyon, St. Louis.
•• J. W. Hallman, Haye, Cincinnati.
Stearaer Col. Bayard, Peebles, Elizabeth.
" Telegraph, Woodward, Brownsville.
" Luzerne, Jacobs, Brownsville.
" Judge M'Clure, West Newton
" Chevolt, Mrarray, Wheeling.
Minerva, Gordon, Cincinnati.
" Prima Donna, Ford; St. Louts...
" R. F. Sass, Barr, t•t. Louis. -
For Marlette and Zanesville.
The steamer EMMA GRAHAM, Capt. Mon.
. ROE MILES, will leave for the above and all
h' , Z•V' , ;' , lntermediate porta on every TUESDAY, at
LINEN CAMBRIC AND MARSLILLES,
EITHER. FIGURED OH PLAIN
Ind made in the most FASHIONABLE STYLES.
SHIRTS AND COLLARS MADE TO ORDER.
L. liiitSIIFIi•;LO d
No. 83 Wood street
TO HOTEL KEEPERS.
A RARE CHANCE.
The 31011111taiEl Hotels for Rent.
pill MOUNTAIN HOTELS AT CRESSON,
AL on the •Ponusylvanis Railroad, are offered for lease
fur a term of years. These buildings which are large and
commodious, are situated ncarthe .turnuait of the Allegheny
blountains, in Cambria county, The ealnbrity of the cli.
mate—the pure water—the beauty of the Mountain Scenery
--the facilities for fishing and hunting, and all three enjoy
ments and recreations which give health and vigor, have
rendered Cresson a popular place of Bummer Lesort for
visitors from all parts of the United States. The Pennsyl
vania Railroad furnishes means of acness •iaily, from all the
principal cities of the Union, arra visitors while enjoying
all the pleasures of country lire, can communicate with the
cities every few honrs.
The Howls belong to "The Allegheny Mountain Health
Iraititnte," with all the furniture and fixtures belonging to
th.e. , :a;npaley. They aro in a suitable conaition for the co.:-
fortann t ncommcdation of over TWO HUNDRED guests.
To a contpeteet manag r, tho chance is a most xcoilont
one. Addreet, JOSEPH PENNOCK, Pres't,
Pittsburgh, Pa ,
,Or, J. P. LESLEY,
Chairman of Oommitt-e,
Notice to Transporters.
rrII E APPRAISERS OF DAMAGES
appointed by the Governor, in accordance with the
Act of Aneembly, approved Dr ch 19th, 1858, will meet in
Hollidayeburg, on TIIEnDAY, the oth of April, 1858, to con.
s'cier such claitna as come within the meaning of said Act,
and the Act of 1856, relating thereto. apl:3t
l)0ILEB YARD FOR RENT oR LEASE.
—The Boiler Yard formerly accosted by Jag Wight-
Water street, below Penn, will either be Lea,ed or
Rented, with Tools and Machinery. Possession given Sm.
mediately. For particulars enquire
JOR O. DALZBLL,
Birmingham Ferry Boat.
FOR RENT—That large and comfortable
Dwelling House, situate on the Bank of the Monon
gahela rirar, opposite the city, and at present in the occu
pancy of ........ Marshall. Esq.. choice fruit, shrubbery, etc.
inabundance and great variety. Apply to
mrBl 8. OUTELBLBT A 80N, 61 Idarkot at.
A M U S.EMEN I F,
J. G. HANLEY ..STA9II MOW=
PRIM OP ADPLtSI3/Ca :
60c. i'rl - rate Boz, larga t 9 00
.2ic. Private 80z.,, small.— ti 00
- Colored &11, _
Third 15c. P Colored 25c.
Single Seats in Private Bo:, 31. I Colored Ga11ery.........16c
AIIIERATIOLi 0r TIRE.
Doors open at 7 t'clock, Perfare_aucs .0 - commence at 7%
eoz office, for gale of V. , ±ct. ~p.a from 10 to 8 o'Olock.
Thlr.l night of the popular
MR. T. H. RADAWAY
:ATURDAY EVEIiiiNG, April 3d, 1852, will be perform
J. H. Morton's Drama, lu 2 act, entitled
ALL THAT GLITTERS ID NOT GOLD.
Toby Twinkle Mr. T. H. HAdaway.
Stephen Plum Mr. J. G. Hanley
Tat* foliar:ad by Ufa now Fo•ca, la 1 act,
A i 4
To 0. - ) Lizlttd,, ath tha langhttble Farce, ahtitled
FAMILY J A 11 8 .
Lyddv Larrigan Rosa 011 u 3
JOHN W. iII'CARTHY,
wILL ATTEND '1 u THE POSTING
and DISTRIBUTIN'i of all kinds of
DILLS FOR CONCERTS L.EOTERES, EXHIBIT/Olin, &c.
All communications- -either by mail, ttlo,unch, cr ot.hei
wize—diroctod to the °Mee et the Morning Post, will rewire
prompt attention epT
A BEAUTIFUL AND DURABLE PICTURE,
VARILANTLID, 6er4 11/11) Ad LOW
AS AT ANY Fit:ST OLAS'i FSTABUISEMENT
N THE COUNTRY, AT
IN ALL'S, B arth sti6ut
NEW D AGUERREAN AND• AMBROT I' PE
SE Y ...ttorDBlLl-LrGhr
G A LL ER Y 9
N L'Ait,LY OPPOBITE Ting rodf-OE ketOf
PICTURES taken In all the varlona itylee, iv and
weather, and warceuted to please, at reaeonabie rates.
Sick Gr deceased persona taken at their reeldet, - ,.
R. M. CARGO & CO.,
Phonographers and Anthrotypists,
NEW YORK GALLERY,
No. 'id Fuarth .3trc.at. and
E. W. cor. of Market greet and Diamond, Pittalrusgii
PRIONA TO SUIT ALL. myliktf-3p
WYKES' GALLERY OF ART,
O. 60 MARKET STREET.-PICTURES ' 42
taken at this Callory by a new and improved process,
giving the natural color of the hair, eyes, dress and complex-
ion. They are acknowledged by all who have examined ,
them to bo tar superior to any pictures eve. exhibited in this
city. Citizens and strangers are invited to call and examine
his large collections of specimens. His Gallery being on the
second floor, is easy of access.
N. B.—Pictures of Children taken In two seconds, at No.
de , Market stree ,
GALLERY CORNER OF THIRD AND MARKET STREETS,
Entrance on Third street.
Citizens and Strangers desiring AMBItOTYPES, executed
in the highest degree of artistic beauty and perfection, can
he axommodated at short notice by calling at
DURT HON'S WELL KNOWN GALLERY,
T H I It D STREET.
Pricey One Dollar and upward
DAILY SALES Al NO. 54 FIFTH ST.,
At the now C.onmercon Sales lt ..01111,3, No. f'fi, Fifcb
street, every WOOL. d .y, are 101 l public sales of goedo in all
variety, suital for the crafie and consumers, fronf ft large
stock which is cousinutly replenished with fresh consign
ments, that must be, deed torthwith.
AT 10 LPCLOUIS, A. LI.,
Dry Goods and fancy articles, comprising nearly every thing
needed in the line fur personal and family use; table cut
lery; hardware; clothing; beats and 3hoss; ladies ware,
kn. • AT 2 O'CLOCK, P. M.,
Household and kitchen furniture, new and second-hand;
beds and bedding; carpets; elegant iron atone China ware;
stoves; cooking utensils; grocurfea,
AT 7 O'CLOOK, P.
Fancy articles; watches; clocks; jewelry; musical instru
ments; guns; clothing; dry gouda; boots and shoes. book
stationery, &c. IseBl P. it. DAVIS, ,inct.s
TWO - PIANO FORTES, AT AUCTION.-
On MONDAY AFTEII.NOoN, April sth, at 3 o'clock,
at the Commercial Silos RoJ ms, No. 54 P fth street, will be
sold, two handsome second-hand Pi coo Fortes.
mr3o P. M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
UNCLAIMED- BAGGAGE, ETC., AT 4
AIIOTION.—On MONDAY, April 12th, at 2 o'clock,
e. n., at the Comma :dal Sales Rooms, No. /54 Fifth street,
by order of Ph. Shepler, formerly at the Diamond House,
now of tho National Hotel, will be sold for account whom it
may concern to pay charges, 3 Trunks, 5 Valtses, and 21
Traveling Bags, with their contents. Also, one Nat Box,
Corking °bidets, and 4 Corking Hammers.
apt P. 51. DAVIS. Auctioneer.
VALUABLE STOCKS AT AUCTION.-
On TUESDAY EVENING, April Otis, 1858, a' 7X,
o'clock, at tha Commercial Sales Rooms, No. 64 B Yfth street,
will be sold :-
22 Shares Bank of Pittsburgh.
85 do Mechanics' Bank of Pittsburgh.
16 do Allegheny Bank of Allegheny.
40 do old stock Allegheny ' , ridge Company.
80 do M. &M. Bank of Pittsburgh.
apt P. 51. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
T'LEGANT STYLES OF FRESH SPRING
GOOD.—On TUESDAY MJRNING, April 6th, at 10
o 'cl o ck, will be sold, at the Commercial Sales Rooms, No. 54
Fifth street, by order of Underwriters, a choice stock of ,
fresh Spring Dry Goods, lately selected for a fashionable re
establishment, comprising a very elegant variety of
styles and fine material for the present eeaeou, all of which
is to be sold by the piece; among the articles are fine French '
Lawns, in patterns; first and second mourning Lawns; Tar-
key Bed Oil Chintzes, Dress Gingbatas White
Nuperlor Iri.h Linens, Nine Shirting tanslips, French Brown
Linen, Fancy Velvet, a valuablo assortment of Sprague and
other Print,, Cashmeres, Hosiery, Patent Thread, Brown
anti Bleached Linen, Puts Table Cloth ~Linen To wels;Black.
Doeskin and Fancy Cashmeres, Repellant Cloth, Satinets,
Jeans, 6-4 Worsted Damask, iirPifft Lillis, etc. The goods
curt bo examined on the morning of tho sale.
ape P. M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
TiOOKS BY CATALOGUE.—On SATun-
DAY EVENING, April 3d, 1858, at 7 o'clock, will be
~o,a by catalogue, at the Commercial tales Rooms, No. 64
I.lth street, a affection of vautable work-. in Theology,
ts.ory and General Literature—among them are, Patrick
I..iwth and R hitby's Commentary, 4 vole.; The Gospels by
Quo uel, 2 vole.; Lord Jeffrey's Vorke ; Life of Luther, Glue
traed; Robertson's Wcrke, 3 vole.; Liugard's History of
18 vole ; Spectator, 2 vols.; Stern's Works, 2 vole;
t cotes Commentaries, 2 vole.; kirhoolcratee Amcr'can In.
diens; Life of Wellington; Percey's Religues; Gibbou's
Rome, 6 vela., Mother's Magnolia, 2 vols.; liume'e England,
cola; Wars cf Lrench Revolution, 2 vole; Landscape Gal
lery, etc. Hull paqicular in catalogues.
apl P. Ai. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
STOCK OF THE PITTSBURGH, I'OBI
WAYNE AND CILICAUO RAILROAD COMPANY,
ttt private ask., in lots to gutt parchaaer,, by
P. Al DAYItI, Anotioneer,
rssl No. 64 fifth !Area.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF STOCKS,
AUSTIN LOOMIS & CO.,
AND NOTE, LllUt;Elta, SS t , TREEr.
ralllE EXECUTORS OF THR REVER
END 011 ABL E, AV1 , ..14 will offer at public eale, a
th, B.I.3ECHANT6' katlidzuNtilq, In the cily of PitteburgL
tho 15th oat April p7.oximo, at 8 o'clock, r
A the following etocka,
:1t.86 shares of the (Lpital titcck of the Pittsburgh and 800
ton Mining Company , (Cliff :tithe, Eake Superior)
LOO do of toe Capital Stock of the National Mining Co
do Exchange Bank of Pittsburgh.
400 do Allegheny Pauli.
42 do Hand Street Bridge Company.
80 do Monongahela du do.
03 do Alogougahela Navigation Company.
07 do Pitts'gh, Cin. and Louleville Telegraph Co.
b 0 do Allegheny Gas Company.
07 do Pittab'gli, 111. Wayne and Onicago Railroad Co.
Dividend scrip of ditto, of $72 40.
20 do Chartdera Valley Railroad Company.
20 do Willtimiburg and West Newton Plank Road Co
Scholarship Pittsburgh Female College
WM M SHINN, }Executors.
WHOLESALE °LOCK DEPOT,
No. 12 Fifth utreet, near Wood.
REIN EMAN & IEYRAN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN FLNE
GOLD AND SILVER
SILVER AND PLATED WARE.
FAN CY GOODS.
AT EASTERN PRICES.
DAVID H. WILLIAMS,
(IIVIL ENGINEER AND CONTRACTOR
, 14_,/ FOR TILE FRFUZION OF GAB WORKS, for from five
bornora and upwardn, and for Heating Buildingii, public or
private, by Steam, Hot Water or FIarD;CM.
raya:lyia PPPTSIIIIRGEI. PA.
GUM SHELLAC.-8 cases just reed and
for tale by [ap2J B. L. reaszerocac a co.
SPRING AND 3111 R
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING JUST RE
TURNED from New York and Philadelphia, feels
confident that be eau OFFER INN:WM:UMW TO PUR
&USERS, BOTH IN STYLES, QUALITY AND PRICES,
UNSURPASSED BY ANY HOUSE WEST Olr Tali NOUN.
a SHAWLS AND MANTLES.
E. B. Wiq..E3, Artist
MOH PANOY DRESS SIMS,
SIGH BLAOK BAHAMA'
BICH BLACK BILK ROBES,
" PLAIN BLACK SILKS,
" PRINTED MIRAGES,
4 " If HOBBS
Also—Oballies, Orape De &ponces,
tit every Style, Color and Quality,
varying in prices from Two to
FRENCH LACE AND
From Three to Thirty Dollars.
COLLARS AND SLEEVES,
VERY RICH REAL
FRENCH WORK COLLARS,
JAOONET AND SWISS
FOR BASQUES, COLLARS
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
VICTORIA LAWNS, &0.,
PLAIN, PLAID, STRIPED
A FULL AND COMPLETE AS.
B MOURNING. GOODS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
GOODS FOR BOYS' WEAR.
Mack, Blue, Green, Drab and Olive
Black, Blue, Orreen,PDrab and Olive
I Plaid, Plain and Striped
NA NKINETTS, OASSEUER LS.
Linen Elm) Cotton Pant Stuffs, 4-c.,
THE LARGEST STOCK . IN THE
LI a ny of the above Go* were bought o
And at the
LARGE AUCTIONS, FOR CASH
WE /ME ENABLED TO SELL THEM
THAT DEFY COMPETITION
Call and Examine our Stock, be
fore Purchasing Elsewhere.
Cl HANSON LOVE,
Formerly Love Brothers, and Young,
Stevenson & Love,
SIGN OF THE ORIGINAL BEE-HIVE
No. 74 Market Street,
©SW COE 213VVEZEB
DR. SANFORD'S INVIGORATOR,
IS REQUIRED TO CURE ANY ONE
troubled with Liver Complaints, nalmi the moot des.
perate of twee t when the stand bottle will, with scarce a
single failure, restore the patient to health and vigor. We
wish to call the attention of all to there fatty that the
vlsorator is compounded by a ph; olden who has need It In
his practice for the past twenty years with a ancoeas almost
crethilons, and that i t is entirely vegetable, being composed
wholly of gnma.
Some idea of the strength of thew rams may be formed
when It is known one bottle of the Invigorator contain' as
much strength 60 one hundred doses of Calomel without as y
of its deleterious effects.
We know there is nothing now bcfore the American pub•
lic, prepared with each skill by a aci entitle man, particularly
for diseases of the Liver, e. 3 Ir. Hanford's Invigorator or
Liver Remedy. it has ..ittaltod a reputation second to , no
other article to the w aria, simply because it nett, on Its own
merit. To convince all by trtel that it is all its proprietors
claim it to be, if any of ear readers are suffering from such
disarms as are described in Dr. Sanford'. advert,nment, we
know of know remedy that will e 0 rarely cure them as the
The Invigorator etet-ss nick Ideadscno. vi Az ur two
teaspoonfuls at each attack and it will soon disappear. For
an overloaded stomach, or when to , yl cr wars, take the
Invigorator after eating. and it soli ”..t Tove disagreeable
or oppressive. For lii\artl , tn a, el: , "%ion, or Difficult
Breathing, take a teaspoonful on Ns daily. For Loam
of Appetite, Languor or Latiss.nr,...', Medicine ie
able. It will restore the appetite the food digest
well. Nightmare, take a oa retiring, and the
demons of dream-land will cod t. . Attar eating a
hearty dinner, take a dose of itry i; . ;t rates and it will relieve
all oppression or fullness. 'lns iii.v.;oratur ten Liver Lame
dy of unequaled virtue, aettag dizactly uv that orgai car
ing Dyspepsia, Jaundice ' Billions Attacks, Dysentery Piles,
Worms, and all FeaudeDestructions, for which it ha, no
We know there is nothing no•a bofore the American pub.
lis prepared with such skill by a scientific wan, particular.
ly fur diseases of the Liver, ea r. eAnford's Invigorator, or
Liver komody. It has attained a reputatkm second to no
other article In the wur d, simply because it runs on its own
merit. To convince all by trial that it is all Its prt•prlstore
cleon it to be, if any of our readers are snaring free such
diseases as aro described in Dr. s.sulord'a advertisement ; V 73
know of no remedy that will so surely cure theta a.e iL
There has lately been brought to our notice a medicine
that seems to possess wonderful, curative and healing pro
perties in diseasea of the Liver. stomach and Digestive Or
gans. It came to us with eo many testimonials in its favor
that we have noted its effects .Ikl come of the worst cases of
continual dibllity, caused by derange , liver, and in every
instance the effect was to relieve or give a permanent cure,
Dr. Sanford's Invigorator, or Liver Remedy is what we re
far to. We always have been crednioua about cures by pat
ent medicines, but we are convinced that this mealrAue, for
fa wily nee, la not overrated by the boat of rocommtwdatie
it Wm. Our advice Is, f , ir all troubled with Indigestion, t •
batty or Bowel Complaint, to get a bottle and try it; our
word for it, relief will be experienced.
Bl.lll9lriGB 70 TIM 1179.111Dd who LILT Dr. Sanford's Divigor•
ator ; for it will relieve them of their pains as soon 39 it is
taken into their stomach. Pain and misery cannot exist
where the In vig,irafor i used, iur it will as surely drive them
away, as daylight will banish darkness, of this toere can b
no doubt to th whe try it, fir it cal:ilea conviction with
every dose taken. Another eviduace Ia the thousands of
certificates from those who nee it or have been cored 1 , 3 , It,
Try one tuXtle, it it does nu: beneut, l.b,Lt we ace Mint3L.3li
B a CO., eropzi,co:z., Bn.K. , away, Lori .
for Hale by G. L. li..EASEit, lio'7. ..,.1(A ::1.1%![ t, Pi.t.oba:gl,l
I v ?
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~, OF THE AGE.
Ai r j ( R er . r.i K.E n o N ne N o r t LYl7, of
-,:da ar i en ° 4 ° l;
ISOM THE WORST SUROVULA DOWN TO A COMDION
Re has trlisi it lu ovor uinvea taitaimd ow.to, sad must
failed except in two caNR, (b)211 than:le: nweaer.) lac , has
now in his possession o‘;:ir ono hundr+sl vorcificatoa itt
value, all within twenty mine of B.n.:en.
Two bottles aro warranty,' to care a nursing aura month.
One to three bottles will cur. eta w,rdt kind of
en the face.
Two or threo bottled will clear the evatom of biles..
Two bottles lire sv,rrouted to cure ti“ rimutconEtor In the
mouth or stomach.
Tluve t.o tiro bottteo Elro cute thl:vorst kirM
Two bottleo are Watrant6tl to corn framoing of t a ts ears and
blotches among the hair.
Four to six bottles era warranted to core norrapt and
One bottle will cure May err.ptiou of the skin.
Two or thriao bottles arc woo. ranted to cart the wortitkind
Two or throe bottles are warranted to cure the moot Qea
potato case of rheumatism.
Three to four bottles are warrantedt to care stilt-Shrum.
Five to eight bottles will cute the worst costa of scroll:du.
A benefit is always experienced .Irem the drat bottle, azd
a perfect cure le warranted ' ,, soon the abaci. Quantity in token.
Dcaa leinatazion cc the Musical blecovery,
in caring all Gantt of toutuora, to, so wool established by the
unanimous voice of oh who hats roar Ilb-N1 it, that I need
not say anything on the enhject, es toe moot akilfal physt
clans and the moat 0.,,,0.its is the country ore nos.
4111110.00.3 in its praise.
In presenting the Idediroi 12-1:coo,er,lo so your notice, I do
it with a lull knowledge of the curs-cove power. In relieving
all, and curing most of thesis diee.s:. e , in wuiei, you are an
fortunately so liable. That Most excrucloodirm to an .
Is cured an if by 0 miracle; yz.ur own temper is rzetioted to
its natural arweetnoss, and your Gabe from short and fretful
naps to calm and sweet eltuaGere ; and the Medical. Di:wove
ry becomes a romitain of Odom...nog to your 'nu.o.•nnil and
In the morn advanced stages of
it extetcbs to the stomach, caoosing
which to nothing but cank:a the ,tors ; then to de
Every kind of .aumor,
eto two bottles on, wa , ..rottb_ol c-tro Xll br.mor the
roatia.3 a ainklug gout, focilro;. ovt V.
li. Carty) of your
Your sumach b
RAVI AND .trikl.OLGD,
you: food diatrealta you ; val :1 .
&Inds and ovou of tha,t your vbn.al not got bill the
tionri9lameut ft tout:in t . Ito ezttru• fluid of tbe caplet
cots it up; then yoqr cumpl.aiJu. lo UM bloom I*-
CAilille.9 Ballow or gre,nr2h, act' ;cur teat 11.1), a gou2. Foe
waut of uouriuhtut•ut Jour )ere .11 b1,C0Li1,011..),:t and tlul , .by,
..urt du, !Throb of your hotly Than follow h
traae of dlsoa3o4 which thu ,7titalctl DiocoN- , y prN-allarly
Paliotntiou of .he pain in ti,t; weukuosa :tab
dpme and =all of At: ;,wiz
irregularity - of ibo urd xixo, that moat ex .u.
olatiug of disexeot, tho
P 1 L
flow many thor.,,c.ada oI poc: won &if trou,
thin diseaae and pining aura; anu their noit
door ueithbor dons nut know , ho ouur., I wish to inapruak
on your mind that good old &i . ...,ferb, "An out= prevon.
tion is better than a pc..u.nd In Cu- ,
you have both the proveutn:i with this droqt
and good quality, that it v. n : under anyCir.CIOLS,..t4CO3,
do you any inim-y.
ha change of diet over u
end enough g.)f it.
71: te.s:: yim.st• col
DIEU:SION : FZ , 3 t: ttl`ll3 cywnftil pir du:—
Children over tta.l3, , ltea from Ovt.
to e!glat years, tea apouutul. -La no cast tti appli
cable, to 311 COLlAlttnitlf.3, tal SQ.4I eiwat to upuratu rn iqt
bovicie Wilco a day. Yrx..:: truly,
Price ;4,00 per ooLttc, for by
J . J.kal
1 , 1. J Wool PiLtAoltr,en.
CEIANGE OF FIRIII.
L. P. lIITCLUJOUK, having puFchmed the
totere•at of JA.C...8 aIAN, tu t ot Llof7.
man, ll'Crecry & Cu, ti.1,111; , :e Q. the tirut whi beroaftei ho
1111CLICOC.E, M'CILEI-,1111: Mr...uti:o.n v.lll rt.il
remain In the IJon,e. t/Y.3.1.A:,, & 0).
BITCII/ICOCR,II. I CRE . :2II3IV
( Buw.,Bov„ 31-tht.ity 4r. CO, )
ilorvvardiog and Commission Mei ,;nantz,,
WHOLESALZ DI/AL:IVA in
PRODUCt;, FLOUIL AND WOOL
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Keeps constantly on hand, a Lar4e assortment
Tin Ware., Culy - er Betti. ,trt , (.1 gurx! qb:uity, et very
"kw prices. Country mi,rchants ara Invited to cull.
All Jab Work, promptly at
tended to. mr2o:lra*
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