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SAMUEL C. WINGARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.eir Orrice, No. fill GRANT street, between Foci . th street
nd Diamond alley. apti
J - RIMES A. LOWRIE, Attorney at Law,
office Fourth ntreot, Pittsburgh, botwoan Butithtli..l(l
Cher:. alley. decll:l4
AIIL, Surgeon Dentist, sueeesdor to (3
• w. Biddle, No. 144 Smithfield etreOt.
4.1,r Office hours from 8 to 1 o'clock, and from 2 to 6 Ocioch
f SCOTT, Dentist, Fourth street, five doors
V • west of Market.
Arir 0111ce hours from 9 o'clock. A. :71. to 6 o'clin6 P. Y.:.
SCHOONMAKER, M:nufacturer of
.• Whito Lead, ltod Lead., Ziuc, Paint, Litharge, Putty,
to W holoaa ' u dealer in Oils, Paints, Veznishos, Turpentine,
lac., No. 24, ood atreet, Pittsburgh. my 22
OSEPII FLEMING; successor to L. Wil
co: & Co., corner of Market street and the Diamond,
Loup constantly on hand a full assortment of DRUG MED
ICINES, MEDICINE CHESTS, PERFUMERY, and all art.
oleo pertaining to his business..
/Kir Physicians' Proscriptions carefully compounded at at)
.LW. CIiADIVIOK, dealer in Kentucky
• :,oaf TOBACCO, B.AtIB and PAPER, No. 140 Wood
street, below Sixth,Pittebnrgh. [ap2Oily
Sir The highest market price, In ‘,.ash, paid for Bags.
11/4,11111 LILIISIULL JOUPI.I 11. lILICIIII4
W ' P. MARSIIALL & Co., Importers and
• dealers to French and Amenc,:ii PAPEK 11....kNG•
Wpas, No. 87 Wood street, Pittsburgh.
es o agsuts for the celebratod manufactures of Ileutr.3.
Dilicourt et 00, Pads. ang7
DAVID OAAPBELL SAMUEL POI,
LACK have associated together (twin the style of
AIiBELL h. POLLOCK, for the transaction of a general
Variety and Dry Goods business, and the manufacture of
plain and Waved Line Gilt Houldinr,3. nail° '
REY MER ANDERSON, (successors to
Joshua Roodwi d C 0.,) whole3alo dealers in FOREIGN
FRUITS, N ors, SPICES, CONFECTIONARY, SUGARS,
No. 89 Wood ettoot, oppooito the tit. Charles Hotel, Pitte•
1. J. GIILLSPII
I J. GILLESPIE & CO, Looking lass Manufacturers,
and dealers in Looking Glass Ply .03, Plato Glass, Eu
gravinge, Combs and Fancy Goods, No.7u Wood street, Pitts
On hand and made co order, Gilt Pier a.-. Mantle Glasses
Mahogany, Rosewood, Walnut and Gilt No tines, or Mould
lug, of every description.
W Steamboat Cabins ~.e.orated and Gilt
130TTLERS.—JouN OGDEN & CO., Bottlers,
N 0.107 First strata, would red - pectfully inform the pal.-
Lo that they EMIT countantly ..ti hand a large supply of
AItSAPABILLA, MINERAL 'vl iTtat, ALE and l'Ull'l'Elt,
Lathe beat quality.
'no Attentlou of laLullie.3 4 4 1 p:..ticttlarly dizected to the
tort that they bottle WAINIAGiLI'i - ALE iu ita purest otat..
Physicians reconnucact it to faruilic on account of its whoh
liorne and or' : , ;:gthunn,,..., ilaadttioA. r‘,--t:,-tly
J. ME T
W. X.E.LI,P., ARCILLTECT, REMOVED
. tc.m CBlller of BiRG and Wood to
to uoilding—continues to propel. Plea. cad
Specifications of, and to Superintend the Eroctiou of usury
description of Buildings.
A PULTON, BELL ANDBRASS
FOUNDER, No. 70 :SECt.)l4i) area., Pitt.3l,ltrgh, P .
is propared to furnish to order
01.117110f1, ETEGMBOAT, FA.oloit ()TUE' t :1.
Of all taz , ..5 2 from 10 to 10,009
tiELLS mada to ardc! :ITOP and ',I
of aizea. for Staamboafa.
MINERAL WATER. P UNIT El IiAII.INGF 4 ,
and every variuly of 11ruba o.l3tingd ffitii.ill,l 1U tuc oenteat
BAD.BIVB MLITA I.; PULTON VA
TENT BIE'raLLISJAORI Nu. , 1111
L OUGfIRIpc.IE & AJAX Wt;l, i „
A ad healers iu Clooke, Miuso Furuibtang tiuodu,
&o. &c. ao.
Rio. i. 46 Wood street, :,hove
tti .. „..k. Matl.ll.lc 13r Euillu to or.i
Irincent's Coliege anAl Seminary,
Luntett TILE GARY, u.? HEIle.1)1CTINI: ?ATE - Ells,
dear Latrobe, Wetmorelaud county, E . :L.
IN THE COLLEGE ARi, TAUGH'I"I'ItE
ustuil breuche of Er,glbb '2,111k atioli.
in the SEIN.II.IIAI7.Y, the Cila:nnti,', Authematies, it lestot.; ,
Ithetorics, Philosophy, etc., and the different bramite
higher erudition necessary or useful to those aspiring to
The terms for Board and Tuition ore $BO per year, 'oe
paid seini-uunually, strictly in lidVrtnei , .
German and French aud•tAli,r langro.;es, 'Drawing. Pato t
lug and Music,forui no extra chargis,exceptingEinnir recom
pensation for the use of instrument's.
Medicine, WWII:Ong, Boots, Statiet.ry, lc
For particulars apply to the Director of the Coieg.
The Collegiate year begins on the Ist of September. and
ends on the 3d of July collowing.
FATLIEII G. B ~ UMM.
D;r;‘ctnr of the
St. Francis Academy to filvyN,
ut4Dur. THE CARE THE FRA-<CISCAN BROTHERS
Loretto, Cambria. County ' Pa.
THIS INSTITUTION, NATURAY
situated for Educational purposes, affords all We in
ducenients that can he desired for a Catholic Ins'ituti , .n.
It is located In the most healthy and pletareame p,rtlon
the Alleghenies, distant four miles from Cresson Station, the
direct mail route between Philadelphia and Piasburgh. 'rho
scholastic year commencing the first Monday in Septetnter,
will clod.) the 15th of July following.
The Terms fur Board, including a thorough English Bc;en•
Clllc Course, are $lOO per annum.
The Classic and Mod.ru Languages form an exit:- cherge
of $lO nor annum.
Washing and U.,31.) Of Bedding $lO.
!tor further partictitara apply to the tai.e, so, of the n Chi
Referenced can co made to ciao Rt. Hi,. Dr. O't2,o6Nc,s
laetrenclil: ate - trench!
ANOTHER CRASII—IN PRICES 1 --Be•
lug determined to sell our aloch, though •• the T 1 a" a
are Tight," we have Made a general sweep--
REDUCED Tug Eri'NKR STOOS.
Tu still lower prices.
*Now is the ',info to 44 . 111211 this /.013,1Laielll LI V
unbroketi, tool this Prises Pat Down! Dowel
Oct 29 JOB. L!OHNN, 77 Marizut
HE LAST CIIANGE .IN FIUURES
Bourg,: itibt,ll,3, wurthlo Geoid, at 643/ 2 ' per yell d
do du do 623,6 at 50
du du do 50 at 371 i d.,
do du du 8734 at 25 du
77 11arket street.
R. lOll V ELV ET . ,'FRlAlivii NUS,
A eh0i,a,..4,,,t01.ut Land and for brtlo at
novll 110111.4 KA', 77 Moir:to.
CIENTLEN.EN'S UNDER GARMENTS
Wool, Silk, Merino and ueavy Oottou Under F:ln
add DidWerb--a frod2 Burply ecbived
VIVE Cents per Pound Reduction in tit,-
Price of BRADLEY'S YAlll.‘l.9.—Wh , d,Fale Buyer,. awl
Peddlars will bo furulthed with BIiABLEY'3 TIIRr R-PLY
KNITTING YARNS at a rolhwiten of Fire Conte pzr Zi,
by the bundle, after this date, For Gash, and Caah only
HORNE, 77 Market ntr,nt,
Agent for the itannbletr. , r.,
EbIBROLDERI.ES.—Our excellent sti - Joli
French Embroideriza, and the low pric , ..4 wno.!.
they are marked, offers rare Inducement,: to ladies
parchaae the latest otylia
NNONEY 1 MONEY I I
&V-Great reduction in the price of
We have gen. rKr - fally
• MUSLIN BANDS, t. ,
the priceg to cult th." bard Ent,
The Ladies mey rely cn potting bfirg,itins rt
oct27BORNE'S, 17 lile.rtiet
FANCY BLACK DRESS SILKS:
large assortmcnt, which we are cleng out 1
OUEAP FUR CAY,II 0. 11.ANIN LOVE,
Formerly Love itrotn. - .r
Ja9 N 0.74 Mmaket nu,
E WILL SELL from the present tint,
_ commonly el.cay i. , J11. CASH. Ptes.eo
Ina our stock. FIANciON
oct2o Foit4ori3. to% •• 8re..., N 0.71 31g.T•li
DILINTED FRENCH nEttlisioEs, tor 6
AL and 7., olent.i, wertb $1 alpt al 2b , the teet
BLACK AND FANCY DRESS SlLk s 7
A tall assortmant, very cheap.
I.I.ANSUN LOVN : R)rI±2,-riy
:4 3!!!.i: k.k• t .•
in the city
EVERY Efionomiaril Purohaser of ii ,
Goode, Ethawit, Co.; alto DOZI,Hfic qt! - •
plo Occult, will find it to their advantage to call and
oar New Stock rf mutt Winter Dry Goodebufore par, I.
tug elsewhere. O. lI.A.NSON LOP::.
tete e:oe., No, 74 Markt;
QIIAW LS I SIiAIN LS Chenille,
Brocha, Ai:, both long and aiteuru, the eery heft ,a
city, and at very low privy for each.
C. Lid. , SON LOVE, formerly Love b er.,
No. 74 Market etr,
PIQUE and MARSEILLES,FIeeced, for
making thliqUeli. A large assortment et
&Jog oko. It. W1111:13/ _ .
BONNET VELVET.—Every variety of Bon
net material, Silky Velvets and Satins, for wit, n;
rwl3 HORN E.'B,
NEW BEDFORD SPERM CANDL E S.—
2O boxes assorted dm!, 4'o, s's and Ci's, Spertu Caddies
on hand and and for sale by
Jail- B. Q. & J. IL SAIVI'
1000 boxes Rosin Soap, in lb., 2 lb. and 3 lb,
" No. 1 Palm e otips in lb., 2 lb. and 3 . t.rs.
003 " Chemical Olive Soap, in ID. lump,
200 " Oleino Oxide ‘‘
2.50 - " German
200 " Castile
60 " Pare Palm
On hand and for sale by
GUM, BUFFALO, CALF AND cLoYli
OVERSHOES, offered low, at "The Peoples' Shoe
Store." No. 17 Fifth street, near Market.
fen DIFRENBAcHER & •CO.
E " CROP.-
200 draw+ tzoedl e:uncrLs ngo;
10 tints " Datz ;
000 Itxmes Dialogs 1115410.5, Act rock-Atoll ex.d for
REVILIM G aIItIDXBBON,
mi ueil Gffealtx Ni. Mad=
NO. 51 II? ,FTREI.
.11.1 r thila it ci
7 blarkt str,,
PRICES MAR lc
" iu 3t.
" to l 2).
B. C. A: J. %I. SAW , Slic.
i..ii-, ,, - . :i4 ,, !,
*C : , .-t,'.!1,.'.4',:',';:.•!2.7;'-'''r"r.:
Synopsis of the President's illessaie
DAVID ..........J , JoTr:.7I
31 3 CANDLESS, MEANS &
j %LION:S . 3On TO WICK r u'atroisad,l
IRON, NAILS, GLASS, COTTON YARNS,
ANn PlTTtitlUlloli 21AHUFACTURES 6LINI4IIALLY,
W,u,,1 end Watcr btreeta,
DAVED Id CANDLE`S WILLIALI ALSANII Q. A COrilt:
111 9 Ca illeans & Co..
(suomaoto to Wick & 3reaudless,)
IikrIIOLESALE GROCERS, and Dealers in
IRON, NAILS., OLAr - 36, COTTON YARNS, and Pitts.
burgh Manufactures generally, corner of Wood cad Water
trcets, Pittsburgh. oiyS
FORWAIDING AND COMMISSION
Air ES COLLINS
'ti'unvartling and Unimission Mercnanb,
CaO L iJa7 or :Li
COIIIIIO Pittsburgh, Meadville aria
Sof, 114 6:11) 116 WATEL STREET, PITTEIBUftfai, PA
ri.II2IGEM as CO.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
EIRC ANT 5,
No. O. tiTCAUO2I: ST., OINOLSNATi, O. Lly:a
GaAs. iiIIHPIIRETS, C. J. ILO: AN, JOHN WRIGHT
Humphreys, lloffui a it Wright,
FLOUR A J " IORS,,
PRODUCE AND GENERAL
75 NORTH WHARVES AND i 55 NORTH WATER ST.,
Conrad, Thompson PhiladelpLia.
Thompson, Clark a Young,
Biter, Price et CO., `•
Caleb Cope. a Co.,
Canby, Neville s
C. M. Lewis, Cashier F d N. Bank, ••
Ml,cln,ll, , `,ELvbi,r r,
dorm L .
AlcCutche ,, ,,
Jelin ,1. t.qpiedy
Itaisnel k ue.,.•
Pickett, Mathews fdaysvilbs, Ky.
Shrewsbury & Price, M.adison, Ind
W. H. Langle, - ,-,t Poor, dun,
Luwreuce t Mathias,
W. ti.dint, Pittkburgh, r'a
134 .0 10 Y, C.—crave &
MALCOM?. L. LEL:c.O Jo.;zeu
"2-11" Z "Z 4.11 iherty
'et% VEOILI Asp:::; ribte L7t.,
Ni% ERI Al ANT;
f I. 61It.)CE, AaD
•• • `1" IS UFti3fif rill U A q: L k;
c• t fp I,
14'0 a WARD], 'Li G Alli] RC HINT IS,
vec ttud *.tteliangton aver •111:
ISEPEREliet.,l—,..4=ft.; !I n .4_
ENIY Li. CULL! F , ,rwarding
j;,_& dealor in
WINES A.:,iil) 1.,R4,LJ Nt-;
COY, IVholesale Wine
rcilCi, and. German Vlitack.
it A)1 r A N s ?EC . ,
i_011.11.0.01(i tal (Jet, between Eith and 7th
IT:SR Olt all, PA
who ly I i
, X.t13..) DI/ DD.; FLUNIIT L. ILLIIGIVALT.
liJ itLi I\T G , RUISER'ISON 6; CO. , INlanu
k..../ f.cturer9, Cut, and i.int GLASSWAIIE,
ti esr-at, cuiiicx of I :Got, PittsburgL.
othor kinda Uloaaware and Window Ghtsi, at
low Alarli,A apll:dly
;Successors to Mulvany
inanufactlirum of Cat, Moulded and Plain
Phut and Fancy Coltired ‘,ILAFSWARE, and deakro !L all
kinds of Window 5.114,1 Vlals and l3ottlea. Nara
P•ARPETS AND OIL C._OTHS.
EITIO V & H. PHILLIPS have
removed to their new building, Non. 26 and 28 ST.
street, west side,b,..tween Pent, street and the Bridge.
J. GT. R. PHILLIPS,
51a 14 LIRERS OF FLOOR, FUItNITUIiE,CAIU lACI
TABLE, AND TRANSPARIINT t OPAQUE
Of diffi ,,,, rit Colo:a
Dt: L EI:6 iN ul C WIND uis SDAIJIQ.
Laglgr. in INDIA B.LlBBtillt GUUUh, ul alt Lunt, wade
under Patent; Agents ot the tioutou awl New
York Belting Curupaniea, wi the Yale of Ito it INDIA HUB
BELTING, UOEE and 1'. , ..0.1n1:,e1. L.L'ATIIER-11.ELT
-11.4,3 of Eastern taannlacturo, a superior quality; al.op Lace
Lp.nther and Itivete. .kgeute for the OHIO FIRE-PROOF
'Y. : IIIEII.AL PAINT. Dry and Ifixed Paiute, Vuruishei,
Tucpeuttue, Brushes, Ulnas and 110Urlii: AND
PAIN'iINti AND GLANiNU, in all its brauchrii,
al , Ma in the, bk.t and euert,rt time.
rdc2o:l, j J. tr. li. PfifLLlia,
N al h i ; MqiiirlaCtary
. thu tiLio ricer, 1011,..4 bulcAr Pittlibuto
;;Ae,PETS, OIL CDS/132, 'MATTING, &c.,
A r Tfi hl
L'out - th Street Carpet Store,
W - D. & 11. AI'OALLUM reveutfully
t., iateation of their former custoinuni
:tad the public aly t their present stock, just ftlecti,l
lot Spring eelet, embracing the very latest styles of Foreign
and lione• .91kutil , “ Lure, Nitanuting in part Cl Volvbts and
T.ipcdtry aLLI lugralu: alto, BI
1;“inioli. d OAii'l'TS.
ef,t 11111 i H 3hf 2 TO 24 wthe.
oantuu and Cocoa blotting
Vora lisv. pv , %Thaitho, iii111(11; Psi Ittir.
it Will K1 . V43 118 Low go ,al9 ta all wt.., ma) h.
tlutirana 01 looping or purt . mnting, d to
.4,4 - Lin. 01.11,n:a to ant %nu may tar.,: na aiti, it ••,.l , at
thu aid stn an, 1 1 / 4 , CI i V ÜBTU Street, usr WoOd.
roy19:1:, W. 11. A B. Itl'lLlAl.l..u.si
OIL CLOTH OLOTIIING—Of all kiwi:4,
Liao and y , ,Ltt.., T.runlu at th.- fu , lta Rubber 1L,p.,1
and 'l3lst 0144 M , e,t. tile)] a, ii. l'lllLidrB.
011, CLOTHS FOR THE FALL TRAI)h.
~n bawl, nrul ar. daily rcceivitig :
thereto 170111 cur owi and (dile: manufaauries, a large at
Floor uiture, Carriage Trimming, Table Cover, T,a
parout, Grerii and Buff, cud all kinds • f Oil Cloth, ue.,l • a
Ifoneentruilhlul,, and other purpmea. Alec, 'Praueoa,
MI - 1(10W &lades, of dry (WV Oil fhaish—gold torri,r,
~rhrr and Window tihade Triatuega.
merchmit-1 and oturirl u - 91 find it to a i van:. • - k•
-ontr, our .0.111: hdtd price ; if I- t r,lciag. thei r _
I , Nch
if our fin i.a,turcs rruiuttf wuittis
IL y of niCirllA 1.0015--et the 011 CI .tb
o. acid 'l,.q Chin. et - suet.
,;ct*:;3 i . . 1 a. PRILLi
FU 11,NIT URE
t, Li F. EN (JO. have on hand, al
fit, e thou ~t tecsive °AIaiLT anti CEUilIt MA:air AC
-1:,1P 64 mithliedd iur i4 a amortmant Ch 1U C 1
Fa; 97119:11 they will 3a1.1 11 pro" Lela. IoIVOS
Ovyr,T, =T^% 0419 h [dnaltr:y
If t) D E S FURNITURE AND
"t? NYl.,l,al e 1.1 u.! 11otaii, embriiiapz
alyla of Sntnitnra, la liArlavocal,:' , Eihrtgatiy and Walnut,
(:%,11.:1Zpoto 11(.0IrK, opl.l
1.4; NoW E Litad,ll.l,th, dud lower Evc,ry
art...cto ma,l , by Land, and , varrataed. Cabint•tu9keL6 ea/p.
rAiial with uay quantity of FURNITURE and CHAIR:- Oa
Pm:a:ol4,h, 2•:‘,8. i and 79 THIRD
improvement in Book Bkid
rri HE. UNIiERSIUNED LIAVINu
obtained Lotters l'isient for iniprovetuent in 1300 E,
IIINGLNII prepared to furaisti the attachment to Be. ks
now in usq, or to apply tho same to now Books. Orders for
which are respectfully solicited at 147c.,11,D.11.1 t ROWAN IYli
B3Okllallry Lad Blank Book Manufactory, heath - , ,st
corner of TaIR,D and NVGart Streets.
The above imprir.enieut censiets: Yirst—oi
Spring clasping the beet of the Bunk in such a alarm., KJ
to prevent the leav,m from sagging wiun the Book is sand.
ing in a vertical position. Soeond—The carriage consists cf
Metalic Groves, on which are inserted Rollers, which will
effectually prevent the Books from wearing or chafing
cing tho same in its resting place.
Je2:tf A. E. ROWAND, PateLzi‘e
it i fISSES' AND CHILDRENS' Gum, Over
Iva. end Sande's, cheap, at the Peepl.' shoe Sto,‘",
17 Bath street, near Market.
lag • DIFFENBACHUit E co
ENS' CALF, Buffalo and Gum Overshoes
at DIFHENBILOILICIt .1 CO.'s,
No, 17 Fifth street.
- INDIA RUBBER BELTING.-1350 feet of
it 3, 3% nod 4 inch-3 ply—J tot 'waived and for bolo y
J. & IL PHILLIPS,
mat) 28 and 28 3t. Clair otmet.
IDIA RUBBER GASKETS, Moab()la
a Binge, and rquoro ropo of all slue at
28 and 23 Bt. Glair street.
mrlB J. 6 R PRILLIP2.
LIME —2OO bble. fresh for eale'by.
mrld HENRY H. OOLLINB
WARM. —3O boas Rochester Pearl Starch
1,7 aek. by Wag) WWI °QUIN&
117611 U itO
. 1 . k h. PHIL'
ii and 28 St. CLL.-
is herein ordered that public sales of
fL lands Ivretofore tinfiffered is th , State of lowa, be held
At the Land Office at Ozage,commeucing ou Monday, the
7th of June, 1853, of four townships, in the counties of
Worth and Winnebago.
At the Lend Office at Fort Dodge, commencing on Monday,
the 14th of Juno, 1853, of twenty-one townships, and parts
of townships, in the counties of Wright, liumbolt, Calhoun
At the Land OfBos of Mous commencing on Monday,
the 7th of Juno, 1858, of twenty-nine townships, and parts
of townships, in the counties of Pocahontas, Baena Vista
Sac, Clay, Ida and Cherokee.
At the Land Office at Sioux City, commencing on Monday,
the 21st of June, 1853, of forty-four tcmnships, and parts of
townships, in the counties of Woodbury, Cherokee, O'Brien,
Plymouth, r_ltoux and
At the Land iithinf at Runcil Muir% commencing on Mon
day, the 7th of Juno, 1858. of twelee townships, and parts
of townships, in the couut'es of Carroll, tihelby, Crawford,
Monona and Tremont.
It is also ordered in the above mentioned Proclamation,
tio 693, that the vacant W 11115,112 the even-numbered sections
which remain to the United btates. within six miles on earl;
aide of the undermentioned railroads, be offered at public,
sale on the days and tit the places as follows
At the Landoflice at iltrt Dodge, commeuclug on Monday,
the 21st of June, 185°, on the "Dubuque and Pacific Rail
At the Land Office at Sioux City, commench,g on Thar!,
day, the let of July, 1859, on the "Dubuque and Pacific
liailioad," and on the lowa Central Air Line Railroad."
At the Laud Office at attlICS7 BlZlffj, commencing on Mon
day, the 14th of Jum., 1858, on, the lowa Central Air Line
Railroad," the "Missiesip,d and Missouri Railroad," and
the "Burlington and Missouri River Railroad."
At the Land Office at Dubuque commencing on Thursday,
the let of June, 1858, on the " Dubuque and Pacific Rail
road" and tho "lowa Central Air Line.itailroad."
At the Land Office at Jbrt Des Mines, commencing on
Monday, the 14th of June, 1858, on the "lowa Central Air
Lino It:lnroad" and the "Mississippi and Missouri Well
At the Land Office at Chariton, commencing on Monday.
the 7th of Jane, 18G8, on the "Bariington and Miiisouri
The lands mill be offered with the usual exceptions of
school soctious, &c, dic.
The enen-numkred sections within six miles on each aide
of the railroads, will be offered eublect, as required by law,
to a minimum of two dolirs and fifty cents per acre.
The Bales will be kept open until the lands are all offered,
which is to be accomplished within two weeks, and no longer,
and no private entry of any of the lands will be admitted
until after the expiration of the two west s.
Pre-emption claimants are required to establish their
claims to thvsatialaction of the proper reglaterand receiver,
and make paymentfor the same, on or before the day ap
pointed far the commencement of the public sates, otherwise
Eliot claims will bu forfeited.
TL10.3. A. HENDRIOES,
Commissioner of the General Land Office.
USIIILHAL LAND OPINE,
February 17. M I
Great Chance to Make lilloney.
THE BEST AND MOST CERTAIN SPECU
LATION OF 'TILE TIMES---ONIA ONE
DOLLAR PER SHARE—Forty thousand dollars
worth of valuable Real Estate, Watches, Jewelry,
Silver arid Silver Ptatiai Wars, with a great variety
of Fancy and Staple Goods; to be disposed of in forty thou
sand shares, at one dollar per Mare, as follows :—Upou the
payment of tine dollar, I will semi the payer a numbered re
ceipt, which will entitle him to one share in the above undi
vided property. When the shares shall have been sold, the
shareholders shall be notined of the fact, by mail, or through
the newspapers, and a meeting of the Shareholders shall
then be held in the city of Philrdelphia, and the whole of
the property disposed of or distributed among them; in such
way as shall be determined upon by them; each Sharehold
cr shall be entitled to one vote, a Committee to be selects.'
by the Shareholders at said meeting, to conduct or superin
tend the disposition of the property, according to the dire,
tiona of the Shareholders, and I will then deliver the pro.
party to such person:or persons as the Shareholders may
appoint to receive the same. The Real Estate C011513t8 of
One three story brick dwelling house and lot, valued at $2500,
and two three story brick dwelling houses and lots valued
at 2100 each, in the city of rhiladelphia, clear of all incum
brance, and title indisputable; the other property consists
of the whole stock and fixtures of one of the largest Watch
amiJewelry Stores in the city of Philadelphia, now, and fur
a long time past kept by the subscriber. The stock consist
ing of very fine Gold and Silver Hunting Cries Lever Watch
es, very fine Gold and Silver Patent Lever, Repine and other
Watchis, Gold Chains, Pencils, Scats, Lockets, Ear Rings,
Brooches, Bracelets, Diamond and other Rings and Plus,
Studs, Sleeve Buttons, &C., ac., Gold, Silver and Steel lip
titles, Gold and Silver Thimbles, Silver and Silver Plated
Ware, consisting of Tea Sets, Castors, Cake Baskets, Caps,
Spoons, Knives, Forks, &c.„ Ac. Also, French. Clocks, Musk
Boxes, Actordeons, and a great variety of ether goods. The
above is norone of those schemes which are devised to en
trap the unwary, but is and will be a fair sum of the entire
property belonging to the subscriber, persons are positively
assured the stock has not been purchased for the purpose td
deception, and to palm off Common Gilt and Plated Jewelry,
nn rise Gold, mane such will he distributed, the most reSpet
able per Fons ore given as references., to those (hemmed to pui •
,hale ;Mares. alit orders by Mail enclosing the money will
he promptly attended to, and receipts forwarded to the ad
e46 .4 the sender, by return mail. Any person sominig
tee dollars at ant Illed,shall recMyeeleven separate
tal many Separate trained it desire-d.
In writing for shams, ple.t,se Wine :tie hulas Ott the
lost Unice, to which you wish the answer directed. This is
the greatest chance net getting a large amount of valuable
property, ter a small sum, as Lan ever before been offered to
the public. Send on your orders, as shares are selling rapid
ly, and it is confidently expected the distribution will soon
Articled allotted to peraoue at a distance, will be out ta
thkan ftt their expense.
Agents wanted in every town and village. All cue,
niunications mast be addressed to
L. R. BROOMALL,
No. 60 South Second street, above amount.,
CUTHBERT & SUN, 51 itl.arket at eet
LYE) attend to the sale and purchase of Real Estate, rent
lug Houses, and collection of rents, insurance and repairs
negotiating loans, making bills, conveyances, deeds, bonds'
etc., writing letters and conesponding with persons abroad.
All business attended to promptly, end in strict confidence.
51 Market street, Pittsburgh. Letters of inquiry meet al;
ways enclose a postage stamp to pay return postage. [f,l-
HOUSES 1' OR RENT—
By S. HIITEGBERT Ic SON, 51 Market et.
A comfortable two story dwelling house on Ross struet,st
bead of Filth—sl4 per month.
A two story dwelling on Duquesne street—slo per month.
A conveuioLt dwelling house on Logan etreet--$l5O per
A three story house of nine rooms, on Third street, at
$2OO per year.
A dwelling house of four rooms and kitchen, with largo
let of ground, on High street, Mount Washington, $llO per
Two large warehouses on Third street, near Market.
Two small houses in Splano's Court, near Fith street,
$0,•2.5 per month.
A two story frame house of four rooms, on CAMAS street,
South Pittsburgh, at $5 per month.
A large brick house with garden, fruit trees, etc., in Alle
gheny city—s3oo per year.
A store loom on Third street—sl26 per sear.
A dwelling house on TAtird street, near Market.
A warehouse on Mark& street, No. '25.
A dwelling holm on Wylie street—s2oo per year.
A large shop on Third street can be had for two years.
A store and cellar corner Market and Third et teets. etc
.DWELLING HOUSES FOR SALE ON
Grant street—Three three story houses, well arranged ,
each with back buildings.
Third street—A three story lonia, large and convelllt,Lit.
Logan ecreet—A dwelling honse'of 7 rooms.
Fulton street—Two three story dwelling houses.
South avenue—A two story brick house of 8 rooms, with
large let of ground, stable, carriage house, 4fte
Robinson street—A two story brick house.
Franklin street—A good house of 8 rooms.
Carson street—A two story house, and two lots of g
Penn street—Three large dwelling houses.
Minersvillt—A house and one acre of ground—besides
many others in Allegheny, South Pittsburgh, Ac.
dell S. OUTUBERT At SON, 61 Market street
'IVOR RENT.—A two-story Dwelling House
(Gothic style), pleasantly situated on :)It. Washingtoo ;
contains seven rooms well arranged, carriage -house. stable,
and spring of good, soft water, convenient. Rent, $lOO per
Also, can be had with the above, Lf desired, a Grteu
Hones and 14.70 Acres of Laud in good state of cultivanoil,
two acres of which era in strawberries of choice quality;
the remainder is covered with Nursery Trees of all kinds,
retde for the gardener lo get into a profitable business.
The etrawberry-plants and trees will be sold on accomie.,
dating terms, and a lease the house and grounds can be
tad for a term of years. Apply to
ja 21 o. CU litlie.RT & SJN, 51 Market stre.: t.
AGREAT BARGAIN.—For sale, a 00rn.
Portable two story brick Dwelling Musa, vrtth
to; of grou . o.l, gitu.to os, Oar,oti atre.t, South Plttabo,g,
titiort fz,:c4 thu Matungtilwla
FfiWO LOTS, oh Federal street, Allegheil
IL city, f i a.9k t;y C. MEIBERT b. SUN,
deb 51 frfarkot stn.d.
ON THE CONEMAUGH WIVER.-Er,r
eats a Valuable Puna In W,stmorolaud county, 2',
Miler. from Blainrille, oa tit.) North Western Railroad, 12v
acres of choico land, PO urea fa cultivation, a yam* orchard
of /0 acr-si 80 acres of ex:elleat timber,' a now dwelling
of d rooms—price, $7OO. Terme easy. Real catate
in the cit - y will be taken in part pay.
Jar? 8. CUTHBERT a SON, 61 Market atr.et
ULNA VISTA.—For Sale.—A two story
gpis flame bonze, of four rooms and kitchen, paled fence
in front, a bako ovon, Le. Lot 20 feet front on Monterey b
in _Buena Vista, extension of Allegheny city, by 110 tat
deep, to an alley. S. OUTEIBMT A BON,
doc 4 11 Market area.
itIOUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR RENT.-
A good brick dwelling, large and convenient, 10 manes
and kitchen, wide hall, portico in front, good spring•hieve,
stablo, carriage hone.), etc; *24 acres of land, 8 tu fine
dot; a good tenant house; garden and variety of fruit tr(..a,
grape vines and small fruits; a stone wall and iron rail, ng
in front of the horse; situate at about two miles from the
clty, and in a very pleasant location. Apply to
a9O S. CUTHBERT d; BON, 61 Market
rCHOICE-PRICES LOW !-NEW
GOODS.-JOSEPH-JOSEPHHORNE has Just return
ed from the East, where he has purchased large additions to
hid already extensive stock. Trading directly with Films.
CE.ss ItsPoarmo tiousnl and with the 3LuruPectuazas, for
GASH exclusisely, he is enabled to offer the best selection
of Goods a: the lowest possible prices.
We are now opening, toe daily the -t sod
cheapest stock of
WINTER WOOLEN GOODS,
RIBBONS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, se., to.,
Ever before exhibited in Pittsburgh. Purchasers LIM itrilt•
1.4 to examine the goods, and learn the prices, at
dt.9 JOS. LIOILNE'S, 77 Market street.
ACOMFORTABLE two story dwelling
house e Carroll street, Allegh , ny, will be s.ll at a
great bargain. Apply to S. CUTIIBERT At SON,
TAR CANDLES.-200 big. assorted sizes,
4'a, Ws and d's Adamantino Star Candlot, on hand and
for scab by B. 0. it J. H. SAWYER,
felS No. 47 Wood street.
XTEATSFOOT OlL.—Neatsfoot Oil, in
.11 quantified to suit purchasers, on Uand and for sale by
13, 0. 0 J. IL SAWYER,
folS No. 47 Wood etreut.
MULASSES.-70 bbls. St. James
v e S. IL Molalsea, in atom and for wile by
ILLER. it EISOKETSON,
Nos. 2.4 and =Liberty street.
QWEET CIDER.—Few bbls. choice Sweet
I N , Rider, on hand and tor sale by
JAMES A. FETZER,
(.7?rner Market and First stm3t.
IGt LEAF TOBACCO.—A large
of Beau's celebrated Fig Leaf Tobac receive( thia
clay by SOS. FLEMING,
car 2 Corner Di , i.nnd and Market at.
TINES AND LIQUORS. —The best qual
ity of Broz.dy, Wine, OinoYarcalcn Ppirits, ow Rye
Whisky, Zn h sod nate.. YlLlrity, London Porter, Drown
wont, on bond null for Web).
AWAS PATTON, Or,.
AgE3B. Summer Arrangement
ON AND AFTER 'MOND a, MARCH V.)
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD
THE FAST MAIL TRAIN leaves the Passenger li on
every morning, (except Sunday,) at 7:50 o'clock,
time, arrivingin Philadelphia at 11:50 P.M.
THE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the Station every evening
at 9:50 o'clock. Stopping only at Greensburg, Latrobe, Johns
town, Willmore, Gallitzin, Altoona, Esc., connecting at liar
risbtu-g with the Train direct for Baltimore. and arriving in
Philadelphia or Baltimore at 1:00 o'clock, P. M.
THE JOHNSTOWN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
daily (except Sunday,) at 8::30 . o'clock, P. M. Stopping at
all stations, and running as far as Coneruaugh.
FIRST ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Croak
Bridge leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 10:40, A. M.
SECOND ACCOMMODATION TRAIN tor Turtle Creek,
Leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 4.20 P. P.
THIRD ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek,
leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 6:21), P.
RLTURNING TB ADIS arrive in Pittsburgh as hollows :
Express 1:4.5, P. at; Mail, 8:10 A. at; Johnstown Accommo
dation, 11:00 A. in.; First Turtle Creek Accommodation, 6:111
A. sa.; Second Accommodation, 12:40, P. r ; Third Accom
modation, ticlo, P. H.
Trains for Blairsville and Indiana, connect at Blairavile
Intersection with mail train East, Express train West, and
the Johnstown accomodation train East and West.
PITTSBURGH AND CONNELLSVILLE TRAINS,
Stopping at all Stations on the Pittsburgh and Counella•
villa Road, leave daily, (Sunday excepted,) as follows :
MAIL TRAIN 7:00 A. ri I EXPRESS TRAIN-4:20 P. 21
RETURNING TRAINS from Pittsburgh.' and Conneltsville
Road, arrive at Pittsburgh, ILOO A. 51. and 6:10 e. 51.
re. The traveling public will and it greatly to their in
terest, in going East or West, to travel by the Pennsylvania
Railroad, as the accommodations now offered cannot be star.
passed ou any other route. Ail the Road is ballasted with
stone, and is entirely free from dust, we can promise Beatty,
speed and comfort to all who may favor this Road with their
fo New York SIB,OOI To Baltimore.
" Philadelphia 10,00 " Lancaster.
To Harrisburg, $7.45.
Baggage checked to all Stations on the Pennsylvania !tail
road, and to Philadelphia, Baltimore and Now York.
Passengers purchasing tickets in cure, will be charged ten
vents in addition to the Station rates, except from Stations
where the Company has no Agent.
NOTICE.—In case of loss, the Company will hold them
selves responsible for personal baggage only, and for au
amount not exceeding $lOO.
N. B.—The Excelsior Omnibus Lino has been employed to
convey Passengers and Baggage to and from the Depot, at a
charge not to exceed 25 cents for each passenger and bag
For tickets apply to J. STEWART, Agent,
At the P. R. R. Passenger Station,
on Liberty arid Grata streets.
Two Through Train., Uacka Way
Dully, Sundays lEx.t,
Wheeling, Cleveland and Chicago, by dm Cie, Ind
and Pittsburgh Railroad.
cioLuailus, OINOENNIII . 9 a ST. LI)111:-;
PITTSBURGH, COLUMBUS AND CINCLYNA TI I .1 IL
ROAD LLVE via S7'EUBENTYLLE.
The Cleveland and Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh, Cuhautam
and Cincinnati Railroad Companies, LciViug made an to .
raugement With the Pittsburgh, Hort Wayne and Clucsgt,
Railroad Company, for the joint nso of their track
Pittsburgh and Rochester, will run their trains tram Penn
Street Station daily, Sandaya excepted, commencing Mon
day, March Sill, IeLS.
USX VELA N W
liridgport, ,mpan to
Wheeling ..... ........
Through to Clin. Cleveland ...... .......
einuati with but Buffalo
one change of care. Chicago
This Train to Cleveloud has ho thailitcd at Allltil.mcl, la!
CINCINNATI, ULNA FLAN b AND Uilleaut) E.X.PitEMi.
2:35 P. M.
6;00 A. M.
Through to Cin
chaugu of cars.
4:00 P. 111.
noNtiEtrriutiti ARE MALE nY Auuv6 Tit.Lins, AS rum,
By tkOti A. si., and I tin P. Li.,
.'.t YUls ty 1.1Ni3 , for Cumberland, iiiirticr'n fat ry,
and Washington City.
only at BELLI:A.IR, for Cambridge, Z40.1-ICorn din , Letax•
Circleville and Wilmington.
By ii.1:10 A. 21., and 2:35 P. Li.,
t x.isaile, for Dayton Indianapolis,
Louis nod New Orleans.
By COO A 21. , and 2:33 P. U.
At CINCINNATI, for Lexington, Louis, Ole, tau., ni. Lou',
and New Orleans.
Only at BAYARD, fur Carrolton, I,i'ayinuliurg, Dover aii,l
Only at HUDSON, for Cuyahoga ALrou, Chalon and
'By 0:00 A. M., and 135 P. LI.
At CLEVELAND, for Erie, Buffalo, Niagara trails ant Car a
ds., Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and dip utt !Li
t.ar• The 4:00 P. M. Train atotia at all Way.iitationi
EASTERN MAIL, !IA STE U c.N V 1 L LE.
Leaves Cincinnati 6:00 A. M.
Arrives at Columbus 10:30 p.
Do Steubenville 5:50 P. a:.
Do Pittsburgh. 8:55 r. n.
PITTSBURGH AND WHEELING MAIL.
Leaves Cleveland 1:00 P. u.
Arrives at Wellsville 0:51 P. n.
Do Wheeling 8;46 r. a.
Do Pittsburgh 8:55 P. :S.
Leaves Belleall 0:00
Du Bridgeport, opposite Wheeling.... 0:15 s.
Stops at 'all Stavons
Arrives at Pittsburgh 11:25 A. 4.
WHEELING AND PITTSBURGH MAIL.
Leaves Belleair 4.:39 P. at.
Do Bridgeport, opposite Wheeling... 4:43 P
Arrives at Pittsburgh 8:55 P.. 1.
EASTERN EXPRESS, VIA STEUBENVILLE.
Leaves Cincinnati 4:20 P. Si.
Arrives at Columbus 10:03 P. 31.
Do Steubenville 4:45 A. AL
Do Pittsburgh 7:50 A.
OH/CAGO, BUFFALO AND PITTSBURGH EXPREE:3
Leaves Cleveland 10:20 P. AL
Arrives at Wellsville 5:35 A. n.
Do Wheeling ' 11:05 A. n.
Do Pittsburgh 7:5u A. m.
Conmotions are, made by the Mail and Express froatsao,
points when returning, as are formed al 'above when g , ,iteg
from Pittsburgh; also, with the Pennsylvania Railroad fur
Harriaburg,Naneaster, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York
The above Trdins will stop on signal of the Station Agent
at any Station between Pittsburgh and Rochester,
up passengers going on or beyond the line of these Rosiii.
Trains will also stop to leave passengers coming from. t bent,
!Mails, at any station between Rochester and Pittsburgh.
Passengers desiring to go to Chicago, or points beyond
Chivago, via Cleveland, must ask for tickets via Cleveland.
Passengers desiring to go to Columbus, Cincinnati, etc ,
any points beyond Columbus, via Steubenville, must sAi
tickets via Stenb-nville.
Baggage checked through to all principal pints, and
transferred free of charge.
Vgii. For tickets or information apply to
LEORGE PiiitlLlN, Ticket Arcot,
Penn Street 8' atlon, L'lttebnlgh.
F. It. ;AYERS,
ilauetel Tleliet Agent, C. A '. it. it, Cleveland
I. A HUTCHINSON,
Oetwral Ticket Agent, P., 0. & 0. It- It., Coluh.fini.
nupethavadent C. & P. R. It., (Jievi,iid
W. W. BARLEY,
wry I buperhatendent P., C 6 O. R. R,
NEW WESTERN iftOUTE,
TO CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE and fa. LucTij
VIA- Fl. WAYN uud Cti C AU:),
AND CINCINNATI, HAMILTON tic DAYTON RAIL}
Diats only 3'29 miles flimi frattatiiLriiii
THIS LINE i 8 oorapoi3ed ut Roads 01 . ` the
Pint Class, and is located throng u , beautiful euit
highly cultivated portion of the State.
Direct connection is made at Cincinnati with the Code and
Mississippi Railroad, (the tracks of the C. H D. ho,a !I
Roads, being connected, fel
Louisville, tat. Lvi.
Memphis, Vickabta - i s,
Natchez, New Orleans
Connection made at ht. Leah sitib 1t,,, Pacific hwir...d
end Missouri River Packets, for
KANSAS AND REDJKASKA,
And .11 points West. Also Connects at Cinctne tt ILL
Kentucky Central B. R., for Lexington., Danville, leratikaJ: t
and all points in Central Kentucky.
Trains leave Penn street Station as follows :
Tlircugh to Cincinnati %Lit:
9 . n,
o.,au A M. but one change of care, •te
riving at et:4s P. M.
I Express NA - stager THAIL,
2 el '4
Lriving in ereStline at 5
, s 4 A. M.., On. 8:00 P. at
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. 'IDA
Fait, las LOW a* any othba r Row..
Ftr all Intermitter], and Thtongh Tickete, apply at Ihr
Ticket Oltice, corner Meriongekela Holub, ur
Affir Peteelagers deeireue of eying tlln ruutu will n..A. fur
Tielieu' via Delaware Cut-Oft.
J. H. MOORE, t3upt.. P. BY.. W. 3 C. It. R,
DAN'L MeLAREN, ticipt. C. H. & LP R. It.
New Route via River and Railroad.
Indianapolis% Cincinnati Raiiroail
VONNEOTING AT. INDIANAPOLIS with
IL/ Terre Haute, and Terre' Haute and Alton Ralirce.fs,
to St. Louis and Lafayette and Indianapolis, New Aibauy
and Salem, and Michigan Central Roads for CHIC 10
BOOK ISLAND, BURLINGTON, and all intermediate
Through Freight Train to INDIANAPOLIS, TERRE
HAI) LAFAYETTE, and PERU.
Freight carried from Cincinnati or Lawrenceburg in let..
time than any other route by 24 hours, and at as low mos.
The only road by which shipments can be made from Cin
cinnati to the West, without breaking bulk.
Conalgamenl a made to J. EL GIBBONS, Agent at Cincin
nati; or, W. B. MIMING, Agent at Lawrenceburg, t% iii
receive prompt attention, and no charge for commission ;
no chargsfor drayage or anntlittion at Lawraweburg.
For farther information, apply to THOMAS RATTIGAN,
(No. llb Water street ' ) Agent of the Company, who 13 pre
paled to give sanottan 117.013P13 to Indianapolis, Terre
Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Peru, Greencastle, Crawford&
villa, Charleston, Paris, and Mattoon. .
IL LORD, President.
JNO. F. OMIX)I, aeu'l,Frelght Agent. turn
61 Market atn...et
tIigiANDS.--A large variety for Bale at
WM. JONNBTON a Ct0:8,
etauctam Waraboaski7 'awes.
-ga_2 , l 7 -i-:.'i- -- .1.1
EELINU AND CiNeINNAti
Newark 11:4U Y. M
Oolumbnri I:4u A. M
L.;inciunati 8:,7 a
Buffalo ti:Ou A.. a
11.311641 r ......
VIA. DELAWAILE on -OFF
The fittsin, Ete Wayne & Chicago
WITII ITS AMPLE ROLLING - STOCK
and equipment, and its through connections is pre
pared to transport Passongara and treight from iLLILA-
Dia..?LiLA LULa l'iTTSldUitilfl to 011.1(Auli, ST. L01112,1N.
.91.1:4 A YUU ,011stiLNNATJ,andall places West and houth
west, with a great degree of regularity and expedition.
Thu tact tnat this Road terms a mrect and consolidated
hue between Yittabm-gh and etucago, is a sufficient guar
antee that its Trains will make good tune, and connections
with Trains ou other load.
:4 4 6E1ft/tat TitAl:4B L.EAVIt
ntteburgh. Greatlino. I Et. Wayne.
U. 3. a:3O A.:,1. 12:01 P. 31 7:ov P. M.
liXforvon, 2%15 RM. 10:06 P.lll 6:45 A. M.
lil CH cuicaov—u.- 6. Mait at &3 A. M.; Exprece
at '&10 Y. AL
itkaUtitaNCLN N.9ll—li. 8. ,xt 7:153 P. M.; Expreo
7;Ut. .9. .11.
All /rains tuatto close corms tions at ()matte for Caitlin-
Ems, Cincinnati, and tit. Louis; also, at Fort
vertu '1n,a1.6 inn litsl,asn Yi,,stern ti..mlrtkul for
i.s.LAyotte, Central Illinois and tit. Locus; also, at Forest with
Trains on ttio W... it.t+.L. IL. 8.. 8..
- • .
Chicago. I PL.Wayno. I Crustllne. Arr.Ptcsb's
U. Y.:31. 6:30 A.M.
EiKess, A... 11 I :Wu, P. I 1.0:05 P. M. I 7:14.5 A. al
Luniu, CLazt, CufilleCtautiti with Tram for Phil,
ad.Apuit.t, ittiltimoro w lurk and Lioatou.
Traina front ht. Louth, Indiunapolie;u - uicinnati and
hue u i e elude conlleCtiout3 at Creatinin with alt returning
iraina. AL L. ert Via.} Trunes from St. Louis, Central
now, Lalayetto, and intermediate places, connect with above
Trains. AL kvinai„ cuuneCtitrial are made with Triune to and
tram thneuniati, hpriugneld uud Dayton.
ACCUM..II.O.DATION Now Brighton for
Allegheny tiny at 7:00 A. IL, and Lifds Y. M. Leave Allt;••
gueuy liity,ier New brighten at, 1.0:00 and 1:30 P. td.
to kteCUlll-I.l_lodUte way travel, Passenger Late will be at
tached to Freight Triune ; leaving Pittauurgit at 8:45 A. 5.1.;
tbr Alliance, at 1:1:55 A. Al; Alliance for erentline,
at e:45 A.:4.; and Alliance for Pittsburgh at 7:47 A. M.
IiAcIGAOL; ILLltuilLtid t and no cnarge for
cur licaeld and rurther infurn.ation apply to OEUILGE
Yaedeuger motion, corner Liberty and Uralic
streets; it. F. FA.C.rileki, No. et) Dearborn Street, oppo
elle the Tretuunt tiuuse, tAueago, or to the Agents at the
otatious un the Jibe.
10 1.4,51.11.z...5.Q.6 ON 51.01 , WAY, March 2Dth, and continue
uutit Curtner notice.
J. J. 1.10H61:01 , 4, Lieu. Paca'r. and b'et.
1). W. istind, Pa.la'r. Agent, Chicago.
tune, Jon. H. 3ltitAtE, nuperiutoutteut.
UREAT OEN TItA L connecting
'1 10 ."93-kitlittLie Atlantic ()died with WO4terti, North-wedtern
Ul,l JuULL-neaterEl nutted by i uuIiLIMIUIII3 LalliWay direct.
Mtn cunhocia at Pittsburgh with • ut
btetthlllni to all ports can the Wed ....al it Choc
land and thanduatu With whaunern to all punts on the North.
we.iteru Lakes; waking the /11,..l wager, C11.7.6VL5: and
iiidaAuct court; by which caw be for Warded to and
Irian the tiliisAT WAIST.
Litiees be wean. Ph iladelphin td.. 1" I Slim Liu r
YI HST UL.4..6. Boots, Sharon, MA, 111111 1
Unps, bucks, Dry (iuodb,(tu boxes, baba t 100 g . „ .
nod trunks,) brags, in buice4,ltutt bales)
dt GOND I
log and Licking (in original .ales),
Druliti (in casks), thirclware, (in J. Us— el 10 an,
rolls ur boxes), Wool, and nieep
EaStWald, tcc. , Au.
ULAcln.—Anvila, Steul, Chains (in
csaLa), Hemp, Bacon bald York, 6alted iu,. thm,
(lousy or in sacits), Tobacco, whi:inn>
Lured, (except C - igal a or cut,)
eau 11 . 1.'LL I:onm,, lion, ttacou, noel
eur6, (Ili racks u 3 buses
O anti Laird I, NuilB, audit Alin, tiur•
raitn Uniy, ntch, nosin, dc. , dc.
until further now.,
iiitAlA in car lodAl4, i uts. .1.110,11,6. until tuna.,
uorruN Lila, nut caor•eiiing, CW.I the. Weiglit, uu!il
184.108.40.206. A at
11:21J s. u.
. 6.2 t, F. AI
11-30 P. L.
. aLy pulut East of l'uliadbi
plua, Lb pariAcuial to weak parliagua "uiu Pr ytuanta
tiaiLroati." All deeds Guaaiguell to the Agents ut tins Itucd
et l'hil,lt,lvtaa ur eittiburgh, will Du turwartlad without
blink: LIT I.l.4ll2tSb — linfrin, Wul 41 CU., 414,1111.4.1114 '1.1.444 ;
It. Ir. base LY Co, St: Louts; e. u. tritiley s Cu., i;van,ville.
Lud.; terultorta, 11011 A. Cu., alai Curter s Jewett, Lourotqlle,
Ay.; h.. C. 2,leiarniu, Madison, ind ; U. W. Itrowu es Cu ,aed
ire. to 1 Cu. ; Ciacinuacl,• N. W. liralault..4 Co, ZililobVlll,,
Mau; 14but:14. Co., No. CM Kilhy street,, licietOp;Loooli A Cu.,
NO. Aolor 'Joao., Now Punt; Nu. 1 William btrent, awl Nu.
b ball.ory Place, Now York; ti. J. Ltneeder, Philadelphia;
Alograw 3 1K ut, , Poi iiio..ro Stewan, Pittsburgh.
it. H. 1101.ThiTON,
000urai Preight Ago tt.
J. LL.)&13.:11,1 - L*1 ,
.. • buy.oxikk:udeut, AltooL.L: to.
PFETSgLitUbiii & CtMAiEJLLSVILLE
Ci 11 EL
T list uu,l Uuui lei ui,.• rwil ruaJ is now to,cuo ,
tut LiAti Lfullt.pUrUitiUtA ul pei.ungeru tilt brig Ltt Lu anti tr ue,
Piteeuurgh and Conuullavllla, , UuLt,t:Ltug wnu Ut k - oLale)
vuula ljuutrul ittutruad ut ralutuu'a 6tatam.
iirraugenielits 'Lava alms Want wade with Liao Pouud) I vault.
Ueutral litultuail, by winch threitt;ti trulgut to
and lialturatru will Le cat:flee !row peluta on the rittelwrgu
cud CouttellavtuelrUnd, Ly car Watts, ea !avertible terwe.
nu,/ after Monday, 'zbiu
ut Deculutper, the Pwsouger lratne will be run daily, ,xce . vt
zuudays, as tultuws:
MAIL T.KALN, will learn tho Pm!:looger Station of tn.
aL Plttabilrgit, at 7.00 &cluck, A. le.,
,a L.,IILLeILiL Wu at IzuU A M.
u'clucii, P. M., and arriving nt Luuttelinvilln i'.
I:1111 Li leave Uuciacii.
villa at a e'ciocii, 21. , o.ollllltxti4g with the illairaville
.I.eacilatrwilatiou Train, en the raciaa)ivaina Nadi - cad which
arriver, ut Piltaliurga at 11 A. za.
MAIL to, 'hug, Conuel 3ville ut 2:00 Y. M., h LIU
couLI.LLI , n it, ale Br tLaJLI Accualuiudactuu Trniu , m, tu,
i oll113y1)a.w.. arrive 2. I.lll.ll3Argit nt b.OU
and trove i'utuburgh, and stAtiunt3 on ti, Pitt:
16.1rt.t6 tau! Co6indltivula Atti,,iil ruceivod and th.ILIN er,
at 11416w/a .oekot, uppus/ta UUIII6 Depot, ou 'Aber t j
Booting & Cuntles fur Mt. I'leautut, Liuiumawn,
Frostburg, Cumberland, will leave CbuueLinville rLguMrly
uu ti,a arrival of the [nand.
:um! Tfain ctmuLcuiaLso.iit West Newton with cuache,,
by the Plank iivad, itiriL Mount Yietkaabt, Somerset,
,atiLlpatell, Cumberland, he
Tickets eau nu hati from Ticket Agent at the Peuusy I Y 3111,3
Olati 1 - a,sem;er .oeput.
mrl6 ki. B LAC ii ST. iSj 6, pork' ten den t.
Seventy-Five New and Second-Hand
CAURIAGES AND inTGGIEs,
TW 0 151 iL E RUN,
SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE
or exchange, on the moot reasonable terms, ...
a due assortment of tarcnches and sccond•haud
Buggies made by Watron, c 1 Philadelphia, some nut nut,.
used. Also, twoutycne new Buggies, made in my own b , ,op,
from . the very best material purchased In E,isteri, market.
A 800 lot of trotting Wagons ' new and second baud.
a let of Boat Wag,u,,, Jenny Linds, Germant3wo Wagon ~
Jersey %Vegetal and Ruckawayq, two fine Phmtons, seats I ,
lour persons, ono them Watson's make, and the :AM,
New York make. two Hue Sulkies, one made by Mr. P.
Rodgers, Philadelphia, and a few Common Buggies, sultelde
for light marketing, The subscriber gutters himbelt, thei
he can make It to the interest of persons wishing to pa
chess, to give him a call.
The establishment is convenient to the city, the Exe:isi.
Omnibus Line of Um()) es passing the door every ten minute
mt23.llydaw JOSEPH Wll
hwe,t Poratces,Just received cud for sale b e
ccria JAS. Water steer:.
- - -
bble, extra nue hetet,.o and litellelluwer;
Intl Bassett Apples, Jest teed and fut bah.
dell. JAS. A. FETZER. 811Writbr
50 1, Pehel, 414:sawn Potatoes, je,,t
fur as e JAM He A. YETZER.,
$41.0 - :72t, N r 4! rt
6,1 , YE FLoUlt-
iiiols bbl. 4 ireGn gr0.f..1 layo Ploul ' jdat iraa-I,e 1 a. .1
for by JAMES A. FETZER,
Purl B 9 Wsv.3r street.
(1 RE Eli APPLES.
Jr bbIA. gretiu appks, Jiist r., - .01 - ” Al and YJi ha lc y
0n1.130 JAR. % F.ETZE rt. Watar r
g3ERRY 86 CO.'S flue /and extra fine
t. for ail,: Et W. S. EIAVEN E
wr'64 N. a, dl, &A and ao Market atreat
I 0 BAGS Dried Ap&les, for eale by
11.10 A Y, COBGRA.V.E. ,
mr24 Noa. 18 ac d 20 Wood am ,a
f SACKS lITATIIERS, for sale by
BAUALEY, COSOR /, CU.,
yield Nn. IR zed 20 'Wont) strpest
LADIES, HAVE YOU SEEN THE RE!)
PETTIOOATr—Just opened, an Invoi o of the cut ~
timed " Red Pettico.t..." Call and secure one eoan at
77 hlorkdt street
FRENCH PA PER H ANGINGS.-- New
dettena and vel y Leautitol—received by lob:
for este by W P. MALSVALL a co ,
LavLa - turs h.,llialers. 87 Wood street.
eIASIIMERE AND ORIENTAL TAPE
V..) ThY Imltatinna (01 - 1 Wall Paper, of French and
wan manufacture, Cot oaf. by
W. P. blAitallALL a uu,
un2s No. sT Woodstr.
fIHEAP WILL PAPER.—Thousands of
rolls to mtl nt 8, 10 aud 1214 cents.
W. P. MARSHALL 4 C),
111125 Nu. 87 W0.,,d arra.
A LUM. -50 barrels for sale by
B. A. FALINESTOCK a Cu
novls Corner Wood and First streets.
fILOVERSEED.-25 cacks just received,
%IL) and ror sale by 'frill HENRY H. OOLLINS
GARDEN SEEDS.—The subscriber hes
'nut received from the celebrated gardens of Briggs
& Brother,Rochester, N. Y., a large assortment of eat ly
Garden Scads. Werreuied equal, if not superior, to any.
For sale by JAB. PATTON, Jr,
inrl7 Allegheny City.
frLAS.-30 half chests Young ifysoD,
perial Oaapoerciec, Black Teas, in store And for sale
by JAMES PATTON, Jr.,
uov23 Allezhony OBY.
DUFFS BOOK-KEEPING, BJnni=B, and
Duncan's system of Penmanship, for sale by
W. P. EJAVEN,
mr4 Corner D'arket and Second streets.
500 GROSS HAVEN'S No. ONE PENS.
Just received and fos sale by
=24 Corner Market and Becond streeta.
1 . 0 DRUMS COD FISIL for sale by
BAGALEY, COMRAVE & CO.,
mr2.l Nom. 18 and 20-Wood-greet.
rpORPEDOEB,-100,000 No. , just receiv
ed and for sale by
EC CD A .
kiklYmirat s .LISDEWOIi,
No. 8 w ecd dna
DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED
GERMAN BITTKERS I
PalPaanD at Da. C. M. JACIIBON, Pun Jae, Pa.,
Will effectually care
LIVED, COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSLE. , CHIt
NIC Olt NERVOUS DEBLLITY, JAUNDICE DISEASES
OF THE KIDNEYS,
And all Dittaiel cerisfriAfrom a dirordered Meer sr tomaah,
nen, Inward Piles,
Balinese, or Blood to the
Head, Acidity of the Stomach,
Relines ' ? orea a' we ll ig earth htin ur th n e ' St p ztl, t fgorarr'Fird'ucia
g of at th the e
Cations, Sinking, or Fluttering at the Pit of the SW
-Hcaurriedoking and Difficult
cenaations when in a lying posture, Dimness of Nisitin,,,s
Dots or Webs before the eight, Fever and Dull Pain
In the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration '
lowness of the Skin and Limbs. Pala
the Bide, Back, Cheat, Limbe,
Sudden Fleishea of Heat buirn.l
•In in the Flash, Constant
Of Evil, and
groat. Delmer/on of
In attributing such valuableproporties to this remedy, us
rash or unwarrantable assertion is madeebut is simply stated
a fact; proven undeniably and conclusively by the extraor
dinars cares, and benefits derived from its use, under the di
rection of itaillustrious originator, Dr. Hociland, among all
cis wof European eociety, and from the Immense mass of
testimony, from all parts of the American continent, accw
undated during the last ten years,"ln the hands of the prey
ant proprietor. The prevalence of diseases to which the
Carman Bitters are adapted, it is with sorrow we say it, is al.
moat universal; indeed there is scarcely a family throughout
the whole extent of our country in which there cannot bc
found among its members that peculiar same and Linenits
appearance denoting a diseased Liver, or au emaciated and
Then of what i1111310L1130 importancetio this class of invalid
that a certain and reliable remedy should be placed withi
their reach; one in which no baneful or injurious drug au
tare into its composilion • a remedy on - which the patient can
tely with the utmost confidence and certainty, and be assured
rem actual and tangible proofs that the article he is using
really possesses the virtues attributed tort. Such a tomes) ,
as ‘II.OOPLAND'S GERMAN BI'PPERB." Thousands t'
dollars have been expended in its manufacture and diffusion
throughout all parts of this continent, and the proprietor
feels the greatest eatisfaction in elating that there is no
state, county, or even village, where the Medicineage , has been -
introduced, that there cannot be found numbers willing
testify to lts virtues.
It is used constantly in the practice of a large number o.
the most prominent Physicians in the country, who have
also added their written testimony in evidence of its greet
virtues. in conclusion, then, wo would respectfully ask ut
all those afflicted with any of the above diseases to give the
Bitters a trial, and rest assured it will never be regretted.
In proof of the statements abo4e made, all are invited
read attentively the Almanac published annually by the pro
prietor, for Farmers end Ramifies, containing
.a great nuns
bar of useful receipts, in addition to the testimony in favor
of the Bitters, from the moat prominent and well known in.
dividuala in all parts of the Union. All Agents for the int•
tors are authorized to distribute the Almanac gratuitously.
Principal Office and Mau n factory , Od Arch etreat,
For ride wholesale by Druggists in all the principal cities,
and at retail by Apothecaries and Storekeepers in every town
In the United States and Canada, and by
IL L. FAHNESTOCK At CO. awl
Dr. QUO. H. 11.BYlii&it,
Private and Confidential medical Advice!
AT THE BUFFALO PRIVATE LIOSPI-
Telt—F4tabliatied tor the erns of Syphilis, &initial
u..ituess and the secret iitfirlDitirS of Youth and Maturity,
hy Dr. ADIOS A SON, Bull:al., N. Y. Odle corner of Maio
and Quay streets, (up stairs.)
A ..k..lOhT SOIENTLNIO INVENTION.
au tuntrLtuannt fur the can, of Gubitttlllubtlity, GT NCWELLV
that aLure pruptrly Icudviu ua Snutinut Vi6akuess,
ste. Can ue pbrule.u.vitly carol from tfteeu to twenty
days, by tltu thin of tI U traninut, Whet' us..l t.i , llJuiraly
YOUNG MEN 'FALSE PALI:TM/LAP. NCYI`I4.3;
Dr. A.N.Ltsti & 6UN LEL.d platoon; lu nunouticlug that they
tuavo luvt:La<Al o uloot inipertaut instrument for the cure ur
the aLuve diseases.. it ono beou subjected L e Lodt by the
must ennucut physicians iu Louden. Paris, Philadelphia and
New York; it tins been declared the ouly useful iustrotacut
ever yet invented, fur the cure of gentinal Weakuesa,or an 4
disease of the genital organs, causeit by the seciet tiehite
Dr. AMUS A SUN, iu mdar tv satisfy the cuuit skeptical
es to the merits ot their instrument, phidge themselves that
iu any instance whore they may preys mbiatisfactoly atte.
fair trial, the 121U/ley will be refunded by returning the n -
strument lie good order.
Persons winning the above et:win: instrument will observe
that the price, with the LlCeouipanyulg directious, securely
parked and sant by express, la tun dollars.
AND vULCK CURES.
Dr. AMOS A SUN way be consulted from eight o'clocli lu
the inerning until Mae at eight, In every stage and syn,i.-
LULU of the Venuittil bleeds, , Uouorritcoa„ Meets, Socuudai y
Symptoms, Sentieal Weakness, anpotonce and Strictures
the Urethra, etc 4, with inviolable socretiy. The treatment
they adopt is the reant 01 upward of mercy years' extensi4o
aim !mecca: fill practice in London. The most inveterate
edam; of Venereal Diseases eradiated is eight or nluo days •
arid cases of a slight nature In two or three days, at a mod•
crate expense. 'lnn cure uirtlelo,l without cuallnetuent
hindrance !rem basilica -1;1313u, nudes and pains the
and limbs, effectually eradicated.
A CURE WAillt4NT4p.
Jr. AMOS S SON have.deiuted then attention exclusive
to this peculiar class of maladies, and the relief they hake
CULL-YIN ueutly Wen ettable.ll6 render to their fellow-creature,
e f ully teetwed aud greatfully acknowledged by coeval,
can tpaLielatb and others daily arriving in town trout all pm is
tit the country, for the express purpose only ol consultaticus
while their exertions have been crowned with the most big
nal advantages; yet tram what they have experienced/ -
inquiring Into the causes of these infectious complaint
(hum their moat ninth) condition to that of the most Mau
gorses and inveterated) they have always entertained the
peesibillty of their prevention rind removal, and likewise so
variably found that the most horrible and manguant zorins
of disease could almost aiwaya be traced to one of the to:-
lowing causes:—ignorance, neglect, or the ill effects of he
althful and improper treatment; thereibre, Dr. .A.M.Os
SUN have succceaed in discovering, in the selection of their
remedit; a safe, effectual, and cautions course; omitting sit
combination of remethes which boar au equivocal character,
as well as those ivho2u premature or injuoicious application
might to productiv., of bud consequences in the hands
private individuals. In short, the !audible end of their re
medies is the lessening of a great mass of human misery by
the atleuiation, relief and prevention of those grievous at
llictions that are iu re_lity the secret foe of life, and which,
while they so extremely surround us, call aloud fur our skill
and interference fur their extermination.
Persona in any pert of tbu world may by eineces.fulty
treated by forwarding a correct detail of their ~ Z 45, with a
remittance for nuidicnieu,
Addreeb h r. AllOB 4 at.I.N, cora.r Main and Quay fitrettes,
Buffalo. N. Y. ja2.3:db0.4 1 y
ut alt diseases ute great, first cause
Springs trom neglect of Nature's lawn
(1F16.1413, NOT o r
W-11E.N A CURE -IS CIUARANTEED
all stages of SECRET DLSEASES, Self. Abuse, Ner
vous D,bility, dtrictures, Weida, Gravel, Diabries, Distaste
of the Kidneys and bladder, Mercurial Rheumatism, rktra.
Wirt, Pains in the BOWS and Ankles ' Diseades of the Enrigp,
Throat, Nose and Eyes, Ulcers upon the liodyor Limbs, Can
cers, Drupoy, Epileptic Fits, Sc. Vita's Deuce,trad all diseases
arising tram a derangement of the Sexual Organs, such as
nervous trembling, lose of Illentury, lure of power, geller;_i
wealrlieflS, dimness of vision with peculiar sipts upper
before the eyes, lose of sight, wakefulness dy,tpsi.saa, liver diseasea, eruptions upon the pain in Ale back. and heed,
female irregularities and all improper discharges from Loth
sexes. It matters nut from mast canoe the diseasa orioinn
cud, however long standing or obstinate the case, recireery
certain,and in a shorter time than a permanent care can he
eueete by any other treatment, even after the ilirn: y e Leo
bathed the skill of eminent physicians and resisted all the r
means of cure. The medicines are pleasant without edit
causing, uo sickness and tree from mercury or balsam. bits
ing twenty years id practice, I have rwaned frogs the jdv:
ii death /natty tlious:;mis, who, in the last *gazes of ch.
shove mon tioned disea.tu3 bad bean gives up to die by Mei.
physicians, which warrants me in promising to the aafictod
who may place themselves under my care, a perfect sue
eio.d speedy cure. thmet diseases are the greatest col , allO ,
to LiOldth, as they are the first cause of Constimpticat, bet-,
furs and many other dioceses, and etxuuld b , ia terror 1, the
airman family. As a permanent cure is ecarcely crier otter:
id, a majority of the ceece falling into the hands of iLICOLO
petailt persons, who not only fail to cure the diseasis to
rein the constitution, tilling the system whir werc,ity,
which, with the disease, hasteus the eilliferoi lute n iapn
lint should the disease and the treatment hot cease deal.:
speedily, and the vietlui marries,- the disoasii
open the children, who are bora with feeble constitution.
and the current of life corrupted by a virile which Levey
itself in Scrofula, Totter, Ulcers, Eruptions and other affe.
Elena of the skin, eyes, throat and lunge, taktrlttlow
them a brief v5.:A...1.e Cl sufficing arid oceirip.ing the ;
an early grave.
SELF is wit - Aber forwiduble entwy to health, t•
notiaue the in the dread catalogue Of human diseases ceob
-0 destructive a draft, upon the system, dravring Its thin - ,
sands of victims though a few years of Buttering deaf, to ar,
untimely grave. it th-stroys the nervous system, rapid:
wastes away the energies of life, causes mental derangewebi
prevents the proper development of the system, dlsiwillem.
for nattrtage, society, bneinnes, and all earthly happities ,
and leaves the, sufferer wretched in body and wind, prod!,
posed to Consumption and a train of evils wore t•: to
dreaded than death itself. With the fullest COLILIsIi,c, I a" ,
alit the unfortunate victual of Self-. Luca that a permanent
and speedy cure can he effected, and wan the +Maud:mu/6bl
of ruinous piacticos my patiente can L 6 rvetere4 to bmits.,
Tao afflicted are cautioned against the use Mt.!!
Clues, for there are so many ingenious anares in ilm . C(.lUulia,
of the public prints to catch and rub the unwary sat,
that millions have their coustitatiohs rained by tlw
compounds of quack doctors, or the equalli polsonons hos
trams vended as "Patent Medicines." 'I have carefully ab.l
lyseii many of these called Potent Medicines and bud tort
nearly all of thew contain Corrosive Sublimate, which
one of the strongest preparations of mercury utid n dvsd.,
poison, which instead of curing the disease daptbi,s
tem for tile,
Three-Murtha lit tLe ',etc/A noetrfues now
up by unprincipled and igueinut pet . ..Am, who i;d [vat vu
stand even the alphabet of the muter;, V4 , 3:::<i, and efo Evr-i
ly as destitute of any tundledt;ii . of the human eyeterni,
lug one object , (July In via*, and that to inakx...ay.,,,By
leca of cousequel-es.
irregularities and all ,h , o‘seeot males and telilaLts It c.f.,
on principle. eatebliehed ny twenty years
sanctioned by thousands of the most renmrkeble cured.
Stedictuee, %vitt fall dixectiuus aunt to any 1 -, :t;t - jf
united :11.st:-.3 or Cattrvlas, by patLftta ouotratioiottiog tht
gymptonoi by I.ttor. Csaefaao corn , 4powleace oitrf.sti j
dtAltial. Adtlrotia J. SCJAISIERVILLB, St. D.,
Office lie. 1.151 Filbert street, He. IOU)
below Tweiit 1, !elph ln
MINERAL WATERS.—BIue Liok, Bt - 41
fiord uud - Cungru,u Wutera comtautly uu hued us
f,t) OurL4x Diamond and
IME'S Ferratcal TWO, Bark and Elixir
1 4 , - nark, ou ta.nd ar:i for nle by
DIANOS TU RENT.—Two elegant lio6e
wood 634 octavo Pianos, will be flatted to prlvato tltu,
Wee only. Apply to JOHN It. MELLon,
fe2B 82 Wood kitrovi.
IRIIITS for Christmas and New Year.—
Bent Layer Ralnial • c991 . ,:a 4;117 . 40, Lu drtma and
per boxes, °nil" leyle.
R 64. 187, saw, taw. a BB )WNLEEth,
CORN SIIELLERS.—Smith's Patent, al'
ranged for hand, home or eteam power, warranted 1.,
every respect, and will shell from 30 to 40 Lathele of
Der botu. Will be cold low by
nownv 1 rsui rwal
DARISIAN 'l'oolll PASTE,: prepared
under tie capervialon of Dr. DuMon, Surgeon Den
fist, for Cale by JO& /LEMING,
ANOTHER supply of Low & eon's 8141p9aLz
London Tata Soaps received to-day, by
JOs. PLEMING, ,
fel6 Corner Dianeoid and Market street.
1100S.—Dreesed, no?, jut, received and
far rale by JAMS din/Mak
dela 83 Water rave:
DEBPUMERY —Of deeeriptione and price: ickl,—,Sa tierces prime Rice, jet gi p .
L it can be bad at _ JR& BUM NG'B, ed and for fah, by MILL b AIOEHTEON,
at's Wawa Lamina and Markel 4geel. Par/2 Mai. 293 and 291Libartr stmt.
H S. YA FINE:4IO3K & a
',:'3.:l!:,tr:f*-.4i.'-%-i.'..1:•:.,....i.:-.,,.:.•,..-.-•:•, • ,• •••:. • •
N•i t ,‘1 . 441 1,: ;•.V, : • . :.: .. :: : ' , :i :- :! -. :: ; : : ::: :: : ;.: '. ';:v : ::f::.
(:1-: I. S' 11 is ~. 'i' a 7 it
v ; ;
11 4 4 Ai
Visa aStibis psi
They are not recom
mended as Universal
Cure-alls, but simply for
what their name pur
The VERMIFUGE, for
expelling Worms from
the human system, has
also been administered
with the most satisfactory
results to various
subject to Worms
The LIVER. PlLLti g tor
the cure of LIVEY, COM
PLAINT) all BILIOUS DE
RANGEMENTS, SICK 11-IEAD
Purchasers will please
be particular to ask for
Dr. C. McLane's Cele
brated VERMIFUGE and
LIVER PILLS, prepared by
burgh, Pa., and take fit ,
other, as there are varioua
other preparations now
before the public, pur
porting to be Verwifuge
and Liver Pitta. 4...1
others, in comparison
with Dr. MeLANlt's, are
The GENUINE Mc Lane's
Vermifuge and Liver
Pills can now be had at
all respectable Drug
FL I BRO'S,
WO0I) ST., PITTSBURGH, PA.
M'LANE'S VERMIFUGE AND LIVEIi
PILLS.-76 groan on band and for wile by
H. L. FAHNESTOM lk C.
Corner Wood and Fourth atreeta.
I.IIIORIVATE DISEASES.—DR. BROWN'S
.11ED/OAL and SURO TOM, °tikes,
No. SO tiIIITHFIELD Street,
DR. BROWN is an old citizen of Pii
burgh, and has bean in practice for
Last twenty-five years. Ills business
been confined mostly to. Private and Si
CITIZENS AND STRANGERS
in need ef a medical friend, should
Lull to find out the sure place of rel
The Doctor is a regular.graduate,.
his experience In the treatment of a
la a sure guarantee to the sufferers of obtaintng parunme*l
relief, by the use of ilia remedies and following Ids oilsilar.
DR. BROWN'S RILUEDIES
never fail to cure the worst form of Venereal Dl:caws-34
Impurities and Scrofulous Alfactious. Alaz, all dirttsistsa
arising from a hereditary taint, wlsichmardfesta Itself in tho
form of a tatter, psoriasis, and a great many forma of Maio
diseases, the origin. of which the patient is ectirely iguorans
Ta persons ao'afalctod, Dr: ; B. offec.9 hopes ofu Sax° 0.113
Dr. Brown's remedies for this alarming tronbia, broog at
on often by that solitary habit of sensual gratilitation which
the young and weak-minded often give way to, i'to their (earn
destruction,) are the only reliable remodiu known in•thle
coeunalth.—they are safe, and make a speedy restoratlee to
Dr. Brown's remedies never fail to care this painted dis
ease in a few days--he will warrant a cure. He dal trata
Piles, Gleet, Oonorrhtaa, Stricture, Urethral Disznarges,
male Waikness, Monthly Suppressions, Diseases of tno
Joints, Fistula in Ano, Nervous Affections, Pain in the
and Kidneys, Irritation of. the Madder, together with all
diseases of an Impure origin,
A letter describing the symptoms, containing a ins, ti
rated to DR. 11ROWN, No. tie Smithfield street, Pittsburgh,
Pa., will b.-; immediately answered. Medicine lent to any
address, eafely packed and tecure from observation.
Office and Private Rooms, No. Id Smithfield Street, Pitts.
IS NOT A DYE.
lire. S. A. Allea's World's flair
(RAY LIAIRED, BALD, or porBoue, with)
kj diseases of hair, or acely, road the following; aral judge
of the artielee:
Blira. S. A. .A.LIJEWS ZY.LOAJALSAhI tad,
Or WORLD'S HAIR DRESSING, is essential to nor with
the RESTORER, and la the beat Hair Dreasing for ohl er
young extant, being often efficacious la cases of hair fall.
Mg,4tc., without the Restorer. REV. Et. V. BEGAN, Editor (tattle to Hu!Meas. "We can.
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PRESIDENT J. H. EATON, L. L. D., Marfreesboi a*, 'i'eno.
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REV. S. B. MORLEY, Attleboro', Massachusetts. . 1 t has
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REV. M. THAOHER, (CO yeurs of ego,( Yv.mhar, Chenangc.
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REV. D. T. WOOD, Aliddlatawo, New York. "My own hah;
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REV. JAMES PRIME, New York city, reoulameods it, 2 3
REV. W. PORTEUS, Stanwich, Conn. "it hae /net my
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REV. J. N. GIILSWOJ,E, Washington, N. b. "It to
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REV. J. P. TUSTIN, Charlestown, South Oaroiloa. The
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REV..AMOS BLANOHARD, Meriden, N. it. Wo
very highlv,of your preparation," Az.
REV. H. O. aMITH, Prattsburgh, N. Y. " I woe surprisco
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pal my hair falling and caused a new growth."
REV. A. PRIER, Chatanque county, Now York. "I an.
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REV D. mourda, Cross itiv.r, New York. "it la tha bass
REV. WILLIAM oikriT4Eilitim Mother's Magazine, New
York. "itecommenths it."
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