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thashin mashoen. Ole Sook still kept a baoklu,
au backed the hole pile, ole 'oman an all, with
five ur six tither bee filers au a few cheers, outou
the big dore and down seven steps inter the lane :
r.a.. then he turned a fifteen hundred pound sum
el set his sef artor 'em, and lit atop eve all the
mixed up mess flat onto his hack. About the
tine he got to his feet, ole ntau Burns—ye know
fat, stumpy Cress gramed be is city how
m :do a mad snatch at the basktt qua kOtell
fur de Seek g h ist
but oudent let go to ;4110: one,
blowed and hollered an histed the de stud heels
fat up inter the are and ho lit en Sock's back an
hed the haskit iu his hand. Dist es soon as de
blaokey cud Sel', he tore off down the lam) (tryiii
to outrun the bees) so fast that de Burns was
feared to try to . git di; so he list socked his fut.
inter the rope smps tin prepared 'ljssel' fur the
durndest fast bull ride mertal a an or 'Oman ever
heti. Sock tuck down atweou the hitched hosse: ,
an the rail fence, tin ole Burns a fitin him over
the hod with the haskit to stop in, au then fitin
the bees ,1 toll Ito kop that ar baskit a movie.
'list be darned ef 1 think he he'd four
or five baskits. 1 oud.see that mentiv sunciilh's
qt. east : well, Burns, bai kit an ball, ; ever
durnd lava anti mule loose fram tht , fence,
oisarvin bees a stopiu en eftelt wan to he:i
atsrt fast fraut that °liquid: and trublesum place
Most on em, 1 , 0, tuck a fence rail will; em, fast
onto the bri iii rein Now I'll jilt gin yu live
to kiss sister Sall of ever such a alts wur seen ur
civil uises hearn as war in that long kw , A
monstrous oloud aye dust, like a harrykano Led
cum along, hid all the hosses t su away hit
you cud see bosses and ends of fence riles a in
about, au now and then a pair of hi tie hie i , 11
wad flash in the sun like two sparks an aaa.. ,
a head wur the baskit a 1
C.ro..lllarollll nn -bout
at randum. A heap eve brqyin, su:n nickerm,
the bellerin ovo the hull elatterin ore runnlu
hoofs, an a monstrous rusbin arenn male up
the nice. 1 swar ole Burns kin nest oily man on
yeath a fitin bees with a blitkit. Jiet set him a
straddle ova a mad bull and let thar be a plenty
ov bees so este excite the ole man. Stray bosses
an mules 'wet:Jack up all over the county, an ye
cudent go a mile any cours au not find buekils,
stirups, straps, nr sumthin bclougin to a ridiu
Now about that hous ther wur a good time
ginerally. Feller;and gals lc•ped out of winders,
they rolled out of dores in bunches, they clam
the chimneys, they hid onder the house, they
tuck to the thicket, they rolled in the wheat field
lay down in the krick, and sonic• took it 4n gaud
ole runin lords home. Sicily, she swim-led 10
the spring up to her years, and while she wer
drowndin the mess ove bees onder her coats, I
went tu her, eez I, yov get another new sensa
shun haint ye ?" " Oh, Sut, these bomins,ble
irises, they're jis hurnin me up!" " Gin urn
sum Body," sez I, "in broken dostes, that'll cool
'em off." She shot tire at me eaten her eyes, an
I the't I'd best go. Clapshaw crawled onder a
chaff pile in the barn and tuk hit out in sighin
and groanin. Sicily and him didn't sleep tu
gether fur ni onto a week, and all because of
them ar hot-footed hominahie instra. Thar
warnt nn oman or gall at that or weddin, but
what thar stockins an frocks wur too tite for two
ur three days. Bees am was on wimmen than
men folks eny how, they hey a farer chanse at
em. Ov all the darned mifortenat wedins that
hes happened since Adam married that ole heifer
what were so fond ov talkin to fstirliX an eaten
appils doan til now, that 'oven ov Sicily Burns on
Passion Clapshow, was the durndest west wun
fur nise disappintment, breakin things, share
trubbil, hurtin an vexashun ov spirit. They
wont gee together, mine that; got too had a
You haint time to listen now how 613 Burns
finished his ball ride, - an how I cum tu du that
are lofty speciment ov :mania. If anybody axes
arter me, tell em I'm over in Fannin, ou my way
tu Dahlonega, fur sum wan on em will kill me
ef they kech me. Hits an orful thing, George
to be a natural bora darned fool. You've never
sperienced hit, hey ye? Hit hes made pow fully
agin our family; and all owin to dad. i orter
jist bust my lied open agin a bluff ov rocks, an
wud du hit ef I warnt a cussed coward. Ail me
pendence, is in these yere laigs—dye see em ? Ef
they don't fail, I may turn human yet sum day
that is sorter human ; erica' tu be a squire Lir
H kool oumishiner. Ef I war jist as smart es I'm
mean an ornery; I'd be President ov a wild eat in
a week. lies liquor riz whar yuve been ? Much
j on ban ? —Nash. Union. and Anicr.
—Tho Massillon News has beou revived by D.
W. Huntsmit.n and Joseph S. Merwin, under the
title of the Journal of the Tunes. It fippeo.rs to
bo a live paper
—Gold has been disoc,vered on Gowat's i r inch,
one of the tributaries of the vast fork of Grand
River, Mo. Several old Californians are now at
work on the branch, making from elle to six dol
lays per day. The gold is very fine and light
and it is believed by those who are digging for
it that heavy deposito exist somewhere in tho
—An "Income Insurance Company " has been
formed in New York, for a per centage. insures
the prompt payment of rents, interest on bonds,
&e. These companies exist in England, but
none has before been organized here.
—lt is not work th•st kills meu ; it is worry
Work is healthy; you can hardly put more on a
man than he can hi.ar. Worry is rust upon the
blade. It is not the revolution that destroys the
machinery, but the friction. Fear secretes acids;
but love and trust sre 'sweet juices.
—A hearty -.infant will swallow, during tit;
first year of its lifo, 1400 pounds of milk, to which
are 21 pounds of cheese, 20 pounds of butter,
112 pounds of sugar. At 6 cents a quart, with
necessary -sweetening, each'dear" lioic rri:tt
tore costs for food alone, fifty dollars for the firs'
—The wheat crop in TeuuP6scc Tooke wail
So say the newspapers.
—Twenty-one bop., from seven in six.teen
years of age, arrived at. Burlington. 1..uvi,1:, a day
or two sinee,seut from the Philadelphia House
of Refuge, to be placed where they well be prop
erly cared for, and made into good citizens.
7 —On Saturday, the first of May, Cardinal
Wiseman performed the solemn blessing of four
ships, at Deptford, England. Theo chips are to
be employed against the slave trade. It is the
first blessing of a ship in England biuce the
—Two young persons desired to marry, but
the girl's mother wouldn't consent,aud she being
of age, the gentleman sued out a writ of halm°s
corpus, and the mother was compelled to bring
the daughter into court. The judge asked the
girl whether she wanted to marry Smith ? She
said "Yea," and be married them.
—A member of the Canadian House of As
sembly, Mr. John O'F'srrell, was unanimously
expelled from his seat on the 12th iust , for elec
tion frauds Ile was from the county of Loth
inhere, and, under, the law, is incapable of being
re-elected for fourteen years. The Parliamen
';has also disfranchised hie county, the disfran
chisement to continue until proper steps are to
ken to secure a peaceful contest.
—Billy Bowlegs and 164 Seminole lndi,oni
having emigrated, there are now in Florida only
Sam Jones, thirty-eight warriors and theirgfanli
lies. Billy says Sam is a fool for holding out
any longer. Sam, however, declares he would
not emigrate for "two wagon loads of money."
As it is, the Florida war may be considered at an
Tn citizens of Boston have been and gone
and.named a ship the Lola Montez. if the ship
is anything like the fair lecturer, it will take a
ripper of a clipper to whip her.
[New Orleans Delta.
A BllntisterPo Testimony.
HOOKBTOWN, Beaver Co., Pa., Feb. sth, 1857.
- We prefer buying Bt.ERHAVE'S HOLLAND
BITTERS for cash, to save the discount. Hope to
send you soon a recommendatiori from our Minister,
testifying to its curative powers. Signed,)
MOODY & CAROTHERS.
DARNESTOWN, Montgomery Co., Maryland,
January, 31st, 1857. I
I never felt the benefit of any medicine so much
as from the bottle of TAERHAVE'S HOLLAND
BITTERS I purchased last fall. I wish to know
w h ere I can get it, without fear of impoeition.
.(Signed,) JOSEPH C. DELLET.
FROM A DRUGGIST.
APOLLO, Armstrong Co., Pa., Doc. 15, 1858.
MESSRS. B. PAGE, Jr. & Co.
Dear Sire—l purchased 1 doz. of your BIER
HAVE'S.HOLLAND BITTERS, from your travel
ing agent, which has given great satisfaction in this
section. Send um another dozen,
for which I euelo,,,
the money. W. C. BOVARD.
Oastiont—Be careful to ask for 800/Woes Holland
Bitters. Sold at $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5,
by the sole 'Proprietors, Benjamin Page, Jr., At Co.,
No. 37 Wood street, between First and Second streets,
and Druggists generally.
AMES P. BARR, Editor and Proprietor
AIIIIIIIAV MORN ::::: MAY 22, 1858
IP I IrT II sTRENT
Although technically termed a cross street,
Filth street is one of the broadest and beet in
our city, and is fast becoming to Pittsburgh
what Broadway is to New York and Chest•
nut street is to Philadelphia. But a few years
ago, it term : nated in au unsightly hill at the
Cathedral, but now it is reduced to a good
grede at that point, and is soon to be extended
to connect with Perm-ylvauia oven .)e. which
will make it by tar the finest street in the city.
It is central, and easy of access from every
part of the city, and all the principal public
buildings, such as the Court House, the Post
Office and Custom House, the Theatres, the
Masonic and Odd Fellows Halls. together
with hanks, churches and a large number of
business establishments, are located upon It.
With env or two exceptions, all the princi
pal newspmfor and printing offices are upon
this street. It is the main thoroughfare he
tween the populous wt+rds on the Hill anti the
city markets, and day and night is thronged
with people passing to and fro. A street
which is in such constant use should be kept
perfectly unobstructed, and its pavements
should be in the best condition. Such, we
regret t' say, is not the case. The ordinances
of our city permit the temporary occunancy
of half the street for building purposes, and
for many months, at one point or another,
Fifth street has been thus obstructed by piles
of bricks, stones, mortar beds and lumber.
In other cities, there is a limit to the time
during which the public streets may be thus
obstructed, and so there should he here, and
we hope the City Councils .nay take some
action in this matter before any mote new
buildings are commenced.
We have also a suggestion to make to the
property holders on Fifth street. In Phila
delphia and New York, the much travelled
streets are paved either with iron plates,
smooth blocks of stone, asphaltum, or some,
thing smoother than cobble stones. Under
the amendment to the city charter, the prop
erty holders have to pay for all new paving,
and would greatly enhance the value of busi
ness stands on Fifth street, if the owners of
lots would join together, and pave it from
Liberty street to the Court House with ,a
smooth, solid pavement, such, for instance,
as a portion of Chestnut street, in Philadel
phia, is laid with. Such an improvement is
greatly to be desired, and the property hold
ers on Fifth street would find that it would
remunerate them to make it. More especially,
when the connection with Pennsylvania
avenue is made, and Fifth street becomes, as
it will, the great main thoroughfare of the city
for vehicles, as it is now for pedestrians, will
such an improvement be necessary, and we
hope that there is enough public spirit among
the rich property owners on the street to
Pittaburgh, koorL IN ..s..yne and Chicago
A few days since we chronicled the ct
that Oliver H. Barnes, Eq., and Mr. Ja
Fenton had taken the contract for laying t
track and ballasting of the Pittsbu*-'
Wayne and Chicago Rl..ilroad bet
mouth and Chicago. e learn tha
lon has already proceeded along the line to
organize his track-laying parties for imme
diate action, and that toaday the East lot of
iron rails are sent west under the recent con •
tract with the Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany to furnish the balance of the rails neces
sary to finish the road. About one hundred
tons of iron is to be sent west daily, at which
rate all the iron will be on the line by the end
of July. A few months more will see this
great line completed into the city of Chicago,
a point of the greatest interest to this city, as
well as to the stockholders of the Company.
The late advices from Vera Cruz and the
City of Mexico would seem to indicate an
early triumbh for the liberal party. President
Juarez had landed at the first named port
amid groat enthusiasm, and had 4,000 men,
with fair supplies, while in the capital the gov
ernment felt the pressure of want from all
sides. Miramon called urgently for relief
from the North ; but Gen. Osollos, the Com•
mander-in-Chief of the army, refused to move
from the capital without three hundred thous
and dollars in money, which the government
had not the means to give him. In this state
of affairs some very simple event may open
the path of President Juarez to the capital,
and then—what then? Au extract from a
letter from a high source, given by the Vera
Cruz correspondent of the New York Ilfrald,
takes a not very hopeful view of the position
of affairs, and is, perhaps, somewhat too sweep
ing in its classification of the Mexican
statesman ; but it reiterated the fact that
Mexico looks to the United States for her fun
ture, and urges upon the government a change
of policy toward that republic. Hitherto we
have taken no interest in her internal afihirs,
and confined ourseves to a simple and rather
lax demand of justice to our citizens. The
writer of that letter makes a strong point, if
foreign intervention is necessary in Mexico,
in arguing that if we will not permit other
nations to intervene, we, in so doing, obligate
ourselves to perform that duty. We believe,
however, that many forms of intervention are
possible other than these mentioned by the
TV- , .c Southern Commercial Convention
This body assembled in Montgomery, Ala. ;
on the 10th instant, adjourned on the 14th,
to resemble at Vicksburg in May of next
year. 'I he resolutions in relation to ro'opon
ing the slave trade were laid upon the table,
as were also resolutions calling upon the Gov.
ernors of the Southern States to appoint dele
gates to a convention to take into considera
tion " the present critical position of the South,
and the dangers that threaten her in the future,
and to endeavor her to devise, if possible, of,
fectual safeguards for her future security and
equality in the Union, or falling in that, to go
out of it." The convention, therefore, if it
did nothing very sensible or practical, refused
to perpetrate some uncalled for, if not foolish
The Late Col. Benton.
An interesting letter from Wm. Carey Jones,
relating to the opinions of the late Col. Ben.-
ton, is published in the Washington Union.
Mr. Jones distinctly and emphatically con
tradicts the statement put forth by a Wash.,
ington correspondent of the New York Tribune,
and echoed by the whole Black Republican
press through the land, that Col Benton pre,
vions to his death, expressed strong Anti,Le
compton sentiments to a friend, who was by
his bedside. He also goes into some most in..
teresting details of the labors of the last hours
of the distinguished Ntissourian, and corrects
a number of his statements which has crept
into the public newspapers.
Another Sale of Panto Street Property•
The property on the corner of Fifth and
Wood streets, known as the "Post Build
jugs," was ou Friday purchased by the PittA:',
burgh Trust Company, from Colonel Henry"
ArCullough, for the sum of $25,000. The
Trust Company makes this purchase with
a view to the enlargement of their banking
house, on the expiration of the present leases.
For this purpose the property is not surpassed
in the city. The lot extends fifty feet on Fifth
street by twenty on Wood street, with a wide
alley in the rear, and is in the very centre of
the business portion of the city.
Inrollerabie (twit:illy of Lager.
We had supposed that the non toxicat,
tious nature of lager bier had once been set
tled by our Courts of law ; but it seems that
the Brooklin decision on this point is not deem
ed conclusive. in the case of people against
ii,lorge Maurer, now before the Court of Com.
mon l'loas, in New York City a great num},
her of witnesses have been texamined, who
testify to;their having swilled incredible quan
tities of the liquor, without experiencing any
ill eflocts. One of the witnesses yesterday, a
;erman , said that be had drunk 106 glasses
during a day, and that he "felt goof," after his
lse:ltial performance ; he added the rather fill
por t nous information that he had imbibed
twenty-three glasses that morning before
coming upon the witness stand. Ile must
have imagined that the Court and Jury had a
capacity equal to his own, if they could swat•
low a'l he told them. Other witnesses, who
seem to have made n special 1;1181191MS nal
tying theinseves to give evidence in such
rials, stated that they had drank from twenty
o eighty glasses of lager without feeling in.
Celt( rat/ i3r137,11 Of PellilSyiVe.lita....ElCClZOLO
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
Central Bank of Pennsylvania, held at l I 01,
lidaysburgh the 20th of May, the following
named persons were duly elected Directors of
said bank, to serve till the ensuing November :
Thomas C. Mac Dowell, W. W. Jackson, Jno.
K. Nell, Jacob E. Ridgway, Elijah Cameron,
N. F. Campion, Martin Tbomag, Wm. Sing
erly, Harvey Qaicksall, Joseph Brower, John
M'aregor, G. L. Lloyd. Joseph Smith ; and at
a subsequent meeting. of the Directors, 'l'hos.
C. Mac Dowell was unanimously elected Pres.
ident of said bank.
Haiti & frlitter's Budge(
All the newspapers of this week are on
hand at I I unt A Miner's periodical store, in
Masonic Hall. The Atlantic Mc.athly for
June is received, and is full of pleasant read.
Lug. The list of newspapers comprises the
Weekly Herald, the Weekly Press, the Phila
delphia Saturday Evening Post, the New 1 ork
Ledger, the Scientific American, the United
States Police Gazette, a new journal published
in Philadelphia, the National Police Gazette,
of New York, Harper's Weekly, Ballon's
Pictorial, the Waverly Magazine, Porter's
Spirit, and the New York Mercury. Out of
such an assortment every taste may be pleased.
Call and supply youiSelf with good reading
James J. Farran, editor of the Cincinnati
Enquirer, was on Friday confirmed by the
Senate as Postmaster at Cincinnati vice J. S.
Fattier, whose term had expired some time
LGmucpnu,icnce r Lhc t'Lpit.]
I/AitRISBURGU, May 20, IS.B
Mr, Liitor:—After n Delightful trip over the
.A.iteglienies under the direction of the “fire-horse,"
1 am quietly loitited in my quarters at the Etate
The Ce. , :untain= and cf the old Common
wealth never presented more attractions—more cul
tivated farms on every hand, prosperous villages at
every station. On the l'enrsyl:ania Railroad, to
gether with the expaading and variegated foliage
that has succeeded the .I.ergreen patchwork of the
season of ice and snows, present a diorama of the
vtild and beautiful to be found in uo other section of
our boundless ccuntry.
It :could 1;t, w,ll. for the croaker 4 over ~ur.f.rtyt
militoiot of itichtudnot , F to trtrri out oce:::31onally from
their city sanctums to glance their eyes over this ex
tended picture of prosperity--they could not fail to
be instructed, and would return from their inspection
with honest Pennsylvania pride, willing contributors
as tax payers to the treasury of the State.
No coo who hos followed uP the progress of the
public works of the State, and examined their results
in corium:lion with the works of sister Sates, North
and .'„uuth, can doubt fur a moment that they have
triumphantly fulfilled their mission.
The canal es :dew was a public nece.,olity in view of
the pioneer effort Now York, ;Maryland and Vir
ginia. Had Perinsyivania represented the still life
figure of "a painted ship upon a painted sea,''
whilst her neighbors were moving before a stiff
breeze, Philadelphia would have become an unim
portant town, and Pittsburgh a second class work
It should not be forgotten that the assessable value
of real ebtace in the aanal counties, instead of decreas
ing, as they certainly would have done by our ina
tion, increased ton fold within the last twenty years,
and as a oonscquenpe, four told it, the other countie,i
el the Stale.
In 1848, to keep pace with Lhe rapid progress of
the age, the giant work overcoming the steep but
safe grades of the "Appalachian chain" by a cou
tinuous railroad, was projected by the enterprise of
our own citizens, and an act et incorporation ob
tained, not, however, without fear on the part of the
State authori ice that it would take froth the bust.
nose of the Canal; as indemnity for which loss of
tolls, a tax on railroad tonnage was authorized.
What proved to be the practical working of tho
At the very moment when the spend, &c., of the
New York works wore withdrawing the busineE3
from our canals, the Pennsylvania Railroad, at a
coot of some seventeen millions of dollars, came t . ..)
their relict, attracting merchants and merchandise,
by the facilities and cheapness presented by their
route. It is a fact to be noted in this connection,
that whilst an immense trade, was effected by the
Pennsylvania Railroad, the reverses of the Com
monwealth from the canals wore not diminished—
thus evidencing that the fears of our authorities
If, under this sate of facts, it was deemed by
many of our best citizens unjust to tag. our interior
trade by a continuance of the tonnage charge, how
much more unreasonable is its eiiniinuauee after the
State has parted with her interests in her canals ?
As soon as our people CaU coo the State clear of
present financial trouble, let th , .to ponder on thin in.
justice and give relief. A broad statestnanliko view
of the matter will result iu a full appreciation of the
magnitude and importance of the Pennsylvania Rail
road Company, and the suicidal policy of paralysing
her el:forts of successful competition with the enter
prise of other roads. The example of Now Yurk in
relinquishing the tonnage tax on her seven consolida
ted railruiids, if even unwise, rtlinust forces the noces
elity on our part of following her example. The
abolition of the tax therefore presents a subject
worthy of the serious consideration to our State
authorities, and is deserving of review by those
public men who have heretofore in their guardianship
of the Treasury resisted its repeal.
The Eastern division of the canal, now under the
care and ownership of the Pennsylvania itaifroad
Company, I am rejoiced to tay, although opposed to
its sale and the price at which it was sold, never ap
peared in better order. Everywher e along its line
, the evidence of active supervision appears in the
condition of the towpath, the repair of locks and
the partial construction of dates and aqueducts.
The Vice-President of the road, the Hon.
Footer, joined our train west of the mountains, and
occupying the platform of the rear car, seemed ac ,
tively engaged in an inspection of the road, which
to the eye of a layman in ri.ilron3 matters, was un
injured by tho heavy rainu. It will be remembered
that Mr. Foster was a pioneer engineer in the loon
tion of our canals, and that he afterwards distin
guished himself in their management, as Canal Com,
The faith of the Company towards the people along
the line of works need nut be doubted whilst such
men as J. Edgar Thomson and Wm. B. Foster have
any control. In this connection it is proper to say,
thut to J. Edgar Thomsen, Esq., Pesident of the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company, principally belongs
the credit of the early eLmpletion and successful
working of the Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad,
affording ono of the best feeders to our State canals
My next wilt. bo derctod to HarriAtirg act' its
AS the rehiiieure of her lineMitud, on 1 4 PCoLtd htl"Cet,
morning, tho Iler ioet, et 4 ii'cwk, MKS. .I , ,NNIF
am.- FN. wifo Win liimeen.
The 111i:writ: will tn . ); a• UN DAY AFT El: ON
(0 prococti tot :thsry's Cvmetory
N Ulf EUTISEMENTS ,
CHARLES H. SUPER,
AT 111 Lb.
INN ST. CLAIR STEERTS
11:13 th, ttluel ddick.ui EA 51 : 4 11:UP: , i❑ the t.)
FTRAWItEIitIY CB HAM
othor Hain .•.,:rups in try
Mo-.ONUALiELA INSUILANCh, 00,
Pittsburgh. May 21, 1868.
i)i \ - 1 i)F,NI).
TUE, PRE,SIDE.:, 1' AND fdltEcTuits cif the Mon
ougahola Inourancv Oanpaay, NWsbut-,41,, have ttdi d.
10,11 Ii Of TWO I Y P El: SHARE, t.
apt) ied z‘diuctioa tha Sick N.dve.
a1y2.2:2,v HENRY M. ATwooD, S. en tdr7.
1E f`,lEnliEii6 OF THE NII36ICAL, CONVENTioN OF
THE FIRST GERM9IS NORTH AMERICAN
S I N (} :A ASSO(' i A 'l' l l)
Will give emu grand, Itulotital
ot !rou tu% to alt., Initial' d PvrformorB , st the
Ri T 1 kip I'EIE&TRE,
Uu T Sth. The programme On thin occa
sion will he the moat attractive that ii 11.3 ever Letql otr-red in
tat), concert room it: North America.
The sale of Ticketn. at $l.OO, for this GRAND MUSICAL
TREAT, will cotton-tire, at noon, on Tuesday, May '2sth,
at the Music :,:toro of 11. Isllt.tter & Bro., Charlotte
and John Li. Mellor, or at the afire of the Islattonel.
A limited number ran only e set&
1:14 - PerSoLl: r,lehiug to HETCfe ht•Ati can d,) PO V.lthOr.
extra charge at the Trelvturer ' s office (.t the Theatre, IV':ter
a plan the L.ta r ctui Ll' Sr Z. my :3W
aK,rli HAVE THIS DAY OPEN if. I
NEW STYLES OF
SILK CRAVATS AND TAHULAS,
ALEXANDRE'S KID GLOVES,
GARROTE L BS
Air; Sea,“AntL., Clid,rtthiru, Dravioni Bud KAU Gotl.
L. LIIHSLIFELD At EON,
t „ y 2 No. 33 Wool street.
DOINT BOX FACTORY.--
BUSUA & OUT?NDOItF
nayo jo.t fitted up is complete order, now m..chlnery of the
Meet improvement, for the manufacture of BO}Cli3 of every
cl..c.,,iption. IV, are pro . crud to make to order at ti •
tic's Bork imitable for soap and Candice, Packing H,ioni
hard war. , 'Variety Goode, Looking Waal and Picture It, Int,
etc Orders promptly tilled. my2l:l n.
poiNT BOX FA(:)TORY.--
11USEIA at. GUTNINDORV
Mimufiviture to order, suitable for Soap and Caudlett,
hardware eel Variety (i...al±, eic , etc.
litlfb. i'.(lort3 promptly filled.
WHITEI, BLACK AND 'PAN COLOR
1.5'11 CR AI E,
RUCHE 8 AND IeLOWERB
NEW ITO.-13. OPENED, AT
ni) JOG. tIORN E'S, 77 Markel aL
Wit P PING PA PER.-
.24 - ,t) reams Crown Wrapping—straw ;
6 0 Double Med. "
2) Doub. Crown "
50 .• " Crown ‘• rag;
1)0 •• Med. "
100 •' Medium
For sal..? by ‘4•4".11. (3. JdIINSTON N. CO,
tuy'd72. Paper Dealers, 51 Wood stree
f A BOY HAVE A PROPER SELF
report, and taw of the best wayd to accoaqiiimh this
t. ke,ll faiLionably and seasonably clad. Thi
can be done at low figure sby calling on Crtester. We hay,
how ready for inspection nod sale several entirely new tit
signs of Boys' drat, and tan-oul snits, 6 which we invite
s to. ntiov. iii purchasers.. . _ .
CHESTER'S GOTHIC HALT,
my= Conn r Wood street and Diamond Allot.
LIRANK. FORRESTER.—This eminent
sportsman's untimely end, has cast a gloom over the
minds of many who have been delighted with his capital
writings In this connection, we will remark that the best
collection of Guns, Pistols, Rifles, Ammunition, Fishing
Tackle, and in short all kinds of sporting apparatus, to be
found in this city, is at. RI:MN TETLEY'S,
ruy22 N 0.133 Wo'd strut.
GENTS' GAITERS AND SHOES;
Ladies' Gaiters and Shoes;
Misses' Gaiters and Shoes;
Youths' Gaiters and Shoes;
Children's Gaiters and Shoes;
Gents' Patent Sea Gaiters;
Gents' Calf Gaiters;
Gents CM: awl Potent Oxfords;
At the PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE, No. 17 Fifth street, near
- - -
VINE PIANO FORTES AT AUCTION.
...L . —On TUESDAY evening, May 25th, at 8 o'clock, on
the second door of the new Commercial Salesrooms, will be
1 flue toned Itneewood emu 7 Octavo Piano
44 6 iq
" Mahogany " 6
1 " upright
• P. M. DAY'S, Auctionner.
UNDERWRITERS' SALE OF FRENCH
BRANDY.--Ou WEDNESDAY MORNING, May 26,
at tau o'clock, at the Commercial Saltwooma, No. 64 Fifth
street, will I.i>, auld—
One small reek (20 gallons) superior French Brandy,
which cost in Philadelphia $5 per gallon, selected expreealy
tor medicinal purposes. Also,
10 kegs (1v gallons each) French Brandy, same cost;
20 " 6 "
4 " 5 " " Star Gin ;
4 cases (1 dozen bottles each) fine French Brandy
2 " 1 " " " " Wines.
my 22 I'. 51. GAN IS, Auctioneer.
200 half bbls. White Fish ;
100 " Salmon, arrived and for sale by
ra y 22 HENRY H. COLLINS.
TNI)IA RUBBER CURRY COMBS.-The
best article in use, just received at the India Robber
Depot, 20 and 28 St. Clair street.
lity22 J. & U. PHILLIPS.
ENDIA RUBBER CLOTHING—Of all
_v. kinds. Mai, Oil Clothing—a large assortment always
on hand, at the India Rubber Depot of
J. & li. PHILLIP
20 aud 28 t t Clair street
}I.OUSE AND SIGN PAINTING done in
the best manner, and on reaaonabla terms by
J. Ar. H. PHILLIPS,
20 lAA 2t St Clair street.
OIL CLOT"( yards of vari
,,a, catterne and widtt,s, juat received from the tac
t..,..), for or retail, by
J. b. H. PHILLIPS,
niy22 2d and 28 St. Clair struet.
EIRESS GOODS Shawls and Mantles, to
getlyr with a splendid asaoriment of NEEDLE
WORK C.I.LIAItS, ,p.bt. received.
C. lIANSON LOVE,
(Pot merly Loco Brothers,)
74 Market street.
N1)16 cases Manilla Indigo, just re
ceived and for sale by
mvIS MILLER & RICKETSON.
ICE.-30 tiernes prime new Rice, now
landing and for ae_le by
mylB MILLER is RICKET6ON.
RIO COFFEE,-SVI bags, good to choice,
Rro Cutit.•, io ntore and for sale by
n.. 18 MILLER lc RICE:MSON.
ODA.-15 kegs By Carb. Soda, just re
t...7 w 5,2,1, and for ode by
tuylS taJI,LER 111Cak.T8t)N.
BANANAS.—First of the season just re
ceixed by express alit' for sala by
REYI.IER .1 ANDERSON,
No. 3U Wood Arcot
a .' Opposite Et... Charles Ifoul.
C 1 OTTON TRIM SLINGS.—Cotton Fringes
Braids for trimming Basques and Children's
Clothing—all widths received, ut JOH. EI.OBNN'S,
No. 17 Market street.
WLLISIiEtt BLONDE.--500 doz. White
et hiaker Blonde for Bonnez Borders, received, and
Will be nold very low to 'Whiners by the piece, at
.PZU E3OBNE'B, 77 Market Area .
cINE APPLE GIiEAM
Y VIRTUE OF SUNDRY ;'NECU-
P+ TioN:3 iStiucd cut of the Orphans' Court guil Ccurt ..1
Common Near, of Allegheuv county, and to the St. riff of
gait: (agility there will be exyggaid to Public
the COURT 11.11'SE, o the City of l'lTT.`ißUtifill. in ...41.1
county, on SATURDAY, the 12th day of..innii, A. I'. ot
10 o'clock A M., thr propoity, viz :
All the right, thin, iuteciit and claim IA Jolla . 1,
in and to all those mix certain lots or piece of r iround in John
Stkrtit's plan of lots iLI 141,, tow udh 111, Aliegill`DY county :
Lot No. I. bounded and described as follows, to wit:
glutting at 1 00 the (CO IIAill) road at th:s of lot
o 2, in sots! plan: thoure s utit 7t' west, 24 It:Telles ; thence
souli 51 west, 7 porches. tsbuill ,All.ll
went 6 perches, ,uutl: 12iA- west, a t h 3"
west, 14 perches, south ItilA -nal, 9 perches to a cost : t hei
north 5' east, 3ti 210 pertto to the ~1-31.1 O. 2:
thence along the line of said Lit No 2 north s_.° west, 56
perches, upon which is ert.cte I a Is., ,LOC , . lies ous fling 22
feet front by te:t hack. wan Lei, hn I 14 :est Ly
18: also, lOW' by dwelling hots e one and high,
11 :tq't by 22 tset, and log bat is 40 et I. by _:: wele.
paid lot contains eleven acres and severity I etches tit a. r>
70perches), more or less.
Lot :.o. 2., in Raid plan,
to wit; Beginning at a Cr, tt ^t,f-t Iynt,
at tzto corner of lot No. , • I.
west, 12 perch“:, south tic.' vt,t,
verchatt to a ',tit at ha. , c:frla.: of 1,
ea=t, bit percY,•ti to It, lit, of I.): , .vfti fr - I;t',s la., ;
north Sis' oa,t, fp,rci, to a nt •t
thOLICe AluLif; too lino sa4l Lr 1
- - „
VlCtitH to thy plact , i it •• ;-•• '
4ixty sevon p0,'.1(.43 ,10 or
tirn_.excti,ll.l,l Clier, II ,s 14; , , .1.
Lot Nu. 3. buundod and
, St a I.”St oil et
ner of lot No. 2; itaic!: ;vi/ti, coot, 69 1,6,
on line of land of David Si,rviet ; ta
•cid D. : , terrict'A lALd • r, •
iuc Ut. land. th•
lorth 2' woht, SU pc•f,i,:•6 to at, bk.lO.E. • •••
, wet ; ilt-relies e t. , 141„
Cont,lll,[l . ,;il 1,71, 11.'0 -, !nor
N0..1.,1..)tnq1.A1 4.11,1 1 ,, u . t . B s _
ginnilig it 1 0, 1111' •• o the tov•usLip rwui, at th, itato,
eC R . 20 Gat hall, • ur stre..t. ..la the hro• ot lot 1 .
,tt/ TO" vie!, 27 !rurth
63' elt,ft, Zi, 1.,1,11., t. , sp. of 011 : iAt•IJC, 1111•;,,,r
the lino of ,oud
ta INJe.L ; Hitt" LnuLCe We L. 41.i0 pen: hvc to
poHt on ti,. ("IV Hatl:p r au.: t bent, tiluag saal rot., t,, !Ito
place of L... l ,:niting, Jnt.4 ttin teen io:rto and i hirty-olit
porch , , (LI ro-t pt t o rt or ler, , 21/ e.l
ed a one and a halt Nttoc log tio.olling , I'L
by lC deep, until log Larn net long I , y L::_t toot sv„i:, ',in
large basoniont dairy .5t , i1.2.n., ctiku:utt d to Ito.tl or
teen CuWB; allO a young ,Tcn,,rd.
lot No. 5, hounded an.: lee. 111014 El s'• Is
ginning at the corner of lot. No. h, Lo the Iln• ••;;•••••/ • •
CUnnOr, thence north It' want, 11/0 1 ,4 let to 0. 1,4,04 •
of land of Jones; thence north 8o ottot, o, perch,. to rite
tuuentrlaip road ut the corner tt; lot. No. 4 ; And tt•cto o
said town,hip read to the hus of lot N.; o ;Led tn. tact ..t
the line of said lot No. h sleuth st, a. '.2*, it , Is p, rcn,
to the plan ;-'f beginning, rt ht unto,:; is t) :ter-- Jet tttrt3
;tine porches (30 acre- 4N (ercie•..), noon 'O, • I,
ereeted a our aod a hail story I g ,f t
feet wvie ht. 22 ft ei 4.04, Pius! o, n,`.l se a
Let No. 6 hounded anti 5. eCillo,4 to I. it, aO, t
ning on the tONVII,OIIp lonli lit its. • ••Visol- 140 N t .its
5 ; thence nouill Clot. 1., 4-io
pm. hes, south —l2 2-10 I.vc
... west, 25 perr hey to .1 Imst ar Lhe
thence along the line et said it No. 5 he. of
19 10l) perch., to plat, 01
nod three quart. %llktoft, or I
The abuse tram ~1 5 - r r.
land. more or lees, I....unded and de:a:lite:6 as •s, 0
Beginning at a post 011 It! , LOW', I , "d en M
Carml ; thence , 100111 west Den f ',el., to a p 0:
liii. , I land el .I..e.es, thene, north 65 ..Lit, perches to a
them, it nth
perches to a poet cu land :if Neist n ; thence a ong said .9:
:mu and Beggs land 501i11... stet, p, f.ll a to a
on line of land of 15,ctd Si aritt , e 2: .L. 2 sad D
it re land •mittli hH w .21, 91, 2-10 poor; „,
south east 15 3 - 10 lar..see; thence a. 'nth 70 w •
nth. 57 ' welt, 17...1a 1.. ;h. feac :.• •
un whiehereetml one L.rr 11• , ., 111, t • i• - i
trent 1) .12 le, -- I lack, an t - a II 1 fr....;
feet back. and .111:, log de.,llthg Mamee 1: le I.cl h.\
22; th: 1 - 0 log barns.
ALSO—all those two cm ikon lots or piam - s o. 111111 -
~.te in the Fourth ward, city 01 All. 711005, being i. •t,
11 end 1, in sample 1 - eannua & It win ' s uf in tot - .
Noe. 511 and t/.. , In the La Lough ,:: L..t N
begitlllillg, uu Ohio str, et. at tar r..l i,or Leh,: to;
d.utl.ls - arily fle feet. o.lfy lb I:et , cc..
westwardly test tnchee to the Ls, 101 N
thedce uortnziard y 'JO !I, I ....reel, and 'IX, e 1 .3 1-
wardly 2'2 feet 10 inchis to the plat, of he, .111, 11 1,1 , i...
I beginning on llntosdret tat the corn. Ito ; Na. o all
plan; thouco emit hwai dly Ile feet I , an alley 15 feet ,
tnenee akug Fuel alley westwardly 'A 10 ieeLeel
Whig alley 20 feet wt...., and them, .acel sit , 41 , 1 1.-
to Ohio street, and thence aleug uhie t •
foot 141 inches VI the place of beginkng— two In-I t
aiuW occupied 'l O ciao 10., comprising a lot 4.. tee.t, S Lucile-5:.
OWL , t, and extecding Iske t. , a 15 L.
preserving the ram.. w dLlt —Oa will, freer:. 1 , 11 1:' r••••
story frame dtviiil,ll,4 not.eLo, , t 1 .141•1
a frame dwelling house on the rear . ml 4 Ica ti 1, on th
corner of Whig alloy and an e.hey 15 h.. F. ••
Seized aud taken 11. 'ClItiC.ll PI! • 1 I/ .
Sterrltt, ht the - 'nit of Jam. Liar: a
All the rh'int, title, jut . r:t.t and ...la „a of
of. in, and to theme ts, • Tlit, i'• • •• tb
ate. In Loner St. Clair t•••,cri-hip,
nunittertd It •1.1111 .111 lit irl
Pt:11.1111S, in Nl , ont tllico2, nn.• 1,11. v.,•: un
descrit,rl ss I.t't nustt ••• r.‘• I. 21 A, _q; a
ncrlh.westorn co nor of to No. b. II•t•Itn•t• • 12
felt to Locust to nnet,a • ••••l4, t•••• •• 't01.t..1.01
foot to int M.... 1, Inc:„.e t he Jinn , (.1 of \ ...tta . l%
feet to Itrown,v,lle for r.••:ti • .. „,
feet to the lilac,' 1.1 I ,W11.11J0...., 1.•••( no t.•.•; ittt..••,.,•,
BrONVIIIViIite Si it•il tt - ... , ..•.: to ir,.bl tt•
said street 11.•rth a- .11ren , i • it• .t . . 1 , • .t.,
80 ft et t • 1•• t f•, a12t..1111 iol.ni pc•-en, • •e• •
120 feet to I..uouht titt•••t •ithl at rift a , . t •
noreo 1..1 had tog ther - ou ••:. nl-.1 •1. 1., • - ...•
Lok , If
S::“1 11. r at th, rtult. ,
A t'Es c, I 1
. 11.1.1,1 t.,.4 delia:. c, .1
0., all that ctrtain .1 , • ! i
Liegrr.ning at ,
rt, r, It -I ..1,1•S
Ira land, cant tt 14 east, 51 }..'l. 6.
lit. heirs of Thom.: 5(„}.:,,
perelied to a earth s-s 0 tars /Is •
thence B.l:th 81!.., cant, p,rco• • _
cult liJ lerche,', thcr..,:, 1,. I -, j. s l /..., • I I s Hias• 1.,
(11.1j,Wtslssi th,l3 I y . ,•, .•.. - .
pereLc~: hp 1,,11.1 at r
1111 ii passing a will (Clon the t row „If r
hurtlt 1., t., . t .
it,. Ly I
the t: flusving c , ntmen anti •L,ces, tic.- 11.11 t 7!,, • ,
34 perches, n .11 h Wlci, 1., pet. I.— • nth •,. • -
peer he, south welt, 41 p,t ; 1' . •
18 ptrcFes, south 10' Wt-SL, 5 per, 6,, 1111.1 .'
Ws , !t, nib t in •
Ls; Sas I 4. I .1, s •s
ante of Opel c.nt.,',vc., .1,0 011
are erected sur.ta tan Cory elilf I t.,•11t,.
stuall Otte story 1),,, dwv,Ong It , , ~ ~, _
Seirml ;Lnd uin t L. lis sa (Ls es I': I ss J . :
51120ru1.a, at the slut of C. l'eadLha,
All the right, ria7l, c• 1
to all that certain lot of groUll.l t,ittiai, lit th. - city •
gheny, and bonncir,i and ‘s.•scrtlt-1, tulluw, , A at:
ginning at tho w, st Weiett, ttlrl et to to.
teu ft,ot alley; thence ak_ti,gt trost , Tar.t,..• H • i•-.
In a 121 toJt alluv; thenre airng - tt 0 ati v .1:
wardly '2O lent; iiteueo :.r.tt. • N., 11 iu Lb,.
plan easftwardly 110 leA W Wottster otr tAt ttn, aiuu -,•
street mart lb feet to the pi4ct• rr:t• ttlitt
Lot markt' ' No. 43 in Wiliam 1
of out-lots Nos. 117 and 17', in r,ierys lt,tt t 1.1,1 nit w
sald described lot lucre is erret..l, a two natry bri,k irri-
Seized and taken in LX,LUI: a, iii j•rti.crty jct.!.
Fulkner, at the suit of John BUJ"
All the right, tit', and Liaise, u, lioie rt
to or out of all those loer cei tein 1,1[3 ut grot.e.!,
the Seventh ward, littsliurgli, nitionie . e,l Id. id, 17 au.!
in a certain plan of lota laid tint by W-1. Arthur , . tee I
in the Itecorder'il utile° ui Alltglieo y Lena y, ie b..c.:1 If ,11.
vol. 31, page t.:611 begiunin.:, at t!.. • olio:
and Hubert (fur unur Sununu:. r•-,or ,
running along Centre
S 0 feet: th ,, nc‘, running 1. a :1.
street, 10U feet to tra ails) U ti -s.
alley SO feet to itur,rts
fccit, a the .it'
being 20 h.Afq. in (runt by - 1011
Oil, to wit: Lot No. 10, a two stury ; L
19, two contigcous small In k . tee, LL,
Lot No. 17, a two story frame house; Let N. i.., a two -t
frame house , . Al, three tw. ig Int
aforesaid, numbered 19 and 72, in a certain ft in laid en i
Wm. Arthurs, recorded iu the ',the,. for re, .1 ling deed-, .1
and fur saki county, in Deed 11,,c1e, 91, lo g .. 2nl, .1. •
scribed us follows: Lot 19 beginning un the col end,
erta street and extending thence in a seat hwardly din
along an alley nine toot wide, 80 feet; thence lel 1:D•
parallel with klobertdi street t wide; Ilene wet
Roberts street; thence a10u,2, - atreet 29 teat
place of beginning. Lot J. bud g on Archurn
thence canning in northuni oily direction nu
9 feet wide, 80 feet; thew:- with Arthur;
20 feet ; thence tawarlB rthui mt, •
Arthard street 20 feet, to the of hegluiling„-1::.v.,,,
thereon erected, as follows, to wit: lot ,No. two
ODA two story frame dwelling iut 02
frame etabl , , two stories Lisp, ,t..
Seized and taken in (Ix, etyma as Lilo prupe:t;
Franklin, at the euir. L,f Dr. D. M.
All the right, title and claim of dole MorriAru of in awi
to all that certain two story ft
and fronting 16 feet on Rank Lan ungh ~1 lit.
quesne Allegheny county, Pc., all c.7.:h quling back ' c ',•.;
said building being erected uu lot No. 6 in th , , plan IA It,
seized arid taken in Laecuti , u u, Ll,,
niorria.,u at the, suit of W;r Uii wo:tl.. Jr
All the light, title in of El: La Sac ~ •
in and to, all that net Cain let, n: pi, f freund, en
th(' corner of Ann an In, i ity • ;
gheuy, having a f nut of ahout !net at.,
and extending in depth tib , llt 1 ,, f8t ['VIII,: an
width, on which in recta 1 1,0
din), two tin btury
6eizsd nud taken in i-x•,
F. it. Moore foi use of Back.
All the right, title, interest cl,in 01 0, )Liia:..l kr, ci,
in and to all these to e:r...au d• It I ,itnat..•
[awn of Hatfield, Alt
17 and 11 in the plan ot the t , of limn ,1,;, !aid our t y
tleor6e A. Bayard, and hol in CI, office ta
deeds, ge.c., in and for Allegheny in Ur.. 1
vol. 7.3, page. 461, and latuudo2 t.lhays: t
point on the corner to Altll and A ro , r „ .;
along Mill street 100 feet to a 25 feet alley: thence alot,
said alley 116 feet 6 incites, n.ere nr lees, to ether laud,
finally the property of Gear, A. art ; t enco on, a ; I .
parallel with Mill street teet Washing:en
thence along Washington street lit feet U inchee, Illo7e
less, to the place of begic Ling, en which is erected a
story frame dwelling Maize, about dS feet tqu.are.
Seized and taken in execution tel tne prat erty
Herr, at the snit of Daniel Ileiber.
All the right, title, interest and claim of J o hn SMplate,
of, in and to all that certain piece of land iu ersail'es
township, Allegheny comes, tontairtiag Lbacree, being psrt
of the farm of Robert Sinclair, d,ceased, of whom the said
John F. Sinclair is cue of the heirs, the B,IIJ tract of twenty
nine acres being the part chosen by the said John F. Sinclair
in proceedings in partition in the Orphan's Curt of Alh.—
gheny county, No. 61, December term, 1655. and totind-t1
by the Monongahela rivet, by the bor , ugh of :ti . liee,ttort.
by lands of 0. Evans, and by lot No. 2 in said partition,
awarded to Robert J, Sinclair on wh:cb ere erected a large
two story brick house, v,:th bait- stable and other
Seized and taken in WI the prcl.erts , of John
F. Sinclair, at the bait of dauh-s !Trarl,nd for Peter Alas
All the right, titlo, interedt and claim of Ellen Strain, of,
in and to that certain lot of gruuril eituate to at, Third
Ward, city of Pittsburgh, on the north of Viyim etrer t.
and fronting to cold ctrror a lnitatire 1„i,
or leen, and extending tack in depth tyrenrde ' rant ntreet
distanca of 100 feet, more Cr leen, en al, r• ;
etory brick ilaelling Mane, i.v,tri ry Lrick
kitchen, or building appurtenant therete.
Seized and taken in execation no the property of Ellen
Strain, at the Bait of John Enewlaini.
HOLY PATTERSON, Sherift
BECERIWB OYYlcc , Pittsburgh, relay 21, 1 85S.—wy22
,ORA.N.D TRIAL,,OF SPEED.-
oN ittIDAY, TILE 28TH MAY,
1 ; a set of SPLENDID lIARNESS,
givc to COLLINS' PARK, near East Liberty,
I o%ne: vt the licree, Mare cr Gelding, that will
a aLliti Ill:Ali - WA to TIT.F.E ItINU eZ.I. Free 10 all lloraea,
•II I _lr
• 1 . , 11 .1 ICI
r,:H• , tyn
NSU RANCE COMPANY.
OF P.ITTSB URGH.
.JA,ILES A. lIIITCHIPON, President
F.lr hY ti. ATWOOD, Secretary.
UFP' , ICE--Tlio. AN Wmter Street.
AGAINST ALL RINDS OF FIRE lita
15 8.SET8-51AY 202 a, 1858.
Stock. but , 8111 a, puyablo on .h.inknd, tlecured by two
Billy itoceivabie 9,966 21
115 *hares :118chanica' Ittaik elcck, cost 6,165 00
5o do Bank of Pittsburgh do do ...... 2,150 00
to do ely„chWlg9 Bank ( 1. du 2.050 so
1 tld tic, Cit izo I lel ' Back do do 5,175 00
lhilt.oce ~. Book Accounts. 8,056 89
I_lllc, FltritltUrt.' ...... .. 6c/0 08
Cash 15,853 78
deorge A. Berry,
'Thomas S. Clarke,
Wm. A. Caldwell.
.It, e A. 11.0.J.iisvu
14 , H. tinlatem..
Vi tiliam it,a,
(eldlriga t, do 14.4 th.v oeAse. The trot will
tot 4 4'cio,k P. LI., plc:Cit.-Iy. Care Will leave the
g - ,1 Depot ot the Pena.**lvania ltailrood,at 3 1 / 2 o'cl'k
. :11.1,:t: to th, grolltldS. tn.y2l:td
11,1,12.45' PARK TROTTING
%.14.::14.441 11aN r FOR UE SEASON OF 1,358.
I . -1. ttaCti..
P I L.q.; xenon TlCkot, will be chargrd tine
• x.r. p.r privitige of driving or riding on the
irk ctv can le had at ;Ile corner of Liberty and Wayne
!! It • ri . ...rn D. It ti A 1,14 AY, at tie gate. Iml 21:1m
PiCeNiC AND PLEASURE PARTIES
_ll, —The subsccib,c baying ;eased those justly celebra
ted PIC-N IC Iliti3UN DS, known as Uleun Wood, situated
th; .nil , - the Alonong.Mela river, bogs leave to an
. tu:ee t'.ot, he has completed the fitting up of the above
t the ;Iccemuicmtion of Mc Nic Parties and others
r.,;,•e ;lig r , ..cremi. 0 from the heat and dust of the city. Two
epl. o,:, 3 Platforms, one of wl i;11 tornado with Illoriug boat&
! o r the mud: Lion of Dancing Forties. Safe and excel
-1,,,,t swung= for the use of all Oleo lalV prefer that enjoy..
A large and spacious Dining s'aloon or Ilan, cape.
e.; zeating one hundred a• el thirty ~ersoaa, whore Meals,
dm, summer Drinks, Strawberries, etc., can 1,3 had
o!, r,il , , at all tulles durivg the E1e33011. il,lSkt)t partio.,
their own pc,OVidiollB, eau have, the Ilfte of
!ip• ruts, etc ,pa applic;inou at the Hall. An ample
peld, atijotniug the Uture, for ttall and Cricket playing and
nerd sp , rt.. All who wish to enioy goad water, ,g,o,d
;„- ant: healthful recreation, and
ttl• I. ig ht al 'it w of ta , rive/ and eurrortmling country,
be ,lcw to AYJii the tiolvitta ut the arrangement
Diu rm:r, tpaso2., cat do on by applying to
OCIIRE.-50 bairels on hand,
E. ql f,r male by B. L. FAIINE6TOCK K CO.,
rot. and Fourth atzeets.
ENN Ei)l'6 MED. DISCOVERY.-5
n Lane, and for bate by.
IL L. A NESTOCK & CO.
TALITA eases on hand,and
hy 21) le FAH: , FSTOCK Sc CO.
A.:11 'PA ATAR.-3500 lbs. on hand and
Y.... , h, ( cuyil ) B. L FAIINESTOOK & CO.
ii I:*';'1 CAL. MAGNESIA..-10 canes on
E. r., . lor dai , by
U. L PAD NRATOCE & 01.
Curia, Wood Bud Fourth stre, , ta.
2id .R...5. LLEN'S II AIR RESTORER.-4
;.r two, and Bale by
- - - -
4_l - E3 Commercial College,
l'atsburgis, Pa —Chartered, 1855.
Board of 12 Trustees—Faculty of 14 Teachers
: v ST;;DIN , J AITENLItii, Joluear, 1868.
1 , ,r Actual Duties of the Counting feo,;n
GIVEN IN SINGLE.
y, u used in evi..ry
(2,11 fool CI:11. Avithrartic, Rapid
.1 In t ,. le 12.,c.espouder.c,, Commurranl law,
r it••t d .N. 3% PontO-,..1 Economy, I , :locnt too,
.. I other cts uccebuary for the th0r
f. 5_5 ! URIC H. 51. 1.1. 155.„.15i, Asaintaal Teach.
ir•; L.:T ETT, a,rl H. A. HUTSON,
:,•p—L olvc tiret premiums °Vt.!' all
FoR EIiGE.A7 AD wmiu, —"OA
- , • ei , e, e - ...t0r et any time
•-• t 5 (.1 t - wveles. Beard about $2,81.1.
• unequalled wrning: and eh cedars
F. W. JENKINS.,
MUD . 10 SECURE A
!'p IN TI WEST.
11 1.1 01 POD FAI,MING LAND, in Min°H and
41,„ .:,me CITY LOTS in Chicago, and other wait-
~rice, ( , xcliang.l tar improvvd property in
or the surrotadir, , , tonne,or fur a good lot o
Put t,lor, Chi-dance Apply soon, by addreseing J. C.
ICE TO ARCIIITECTS.
N In puraueuce of 4 recto
:i.Jpteii by the Manameut Ootnnussioners, r,t a meet
.; H , irrisburg, on the 13th instant, Platil, Specifications
d lusted for the erection of a MoN UMti N
le,fsort of Omer! of Pennsylvania, who lost their
v— ;six %Vie: with Mexico. The co , t, of which. 19
•re... 1 ti 811111 of 'II3IIITY THOUSAND DOLLARS.
• 711:11 - .111 , :A:1011.1 to be tithirhiled to the Governor, st Liar
Plans. still phase soud their ESTI
- t.s [cloy Will be for the use of tho Corn
Nail which may Le adopted, a premium (.4' Two
' r 1 1 1 ..,1“,,
,rtler of the Commissiotiers.
JOHN W. GEARY, (.•crotary.
M - . 1 .1,
REES hi ARRIVAL
!'NI AND PRESSING DEMAND
WAY & SONS
ti 3 IA_NOS,
•) of the Ealhb.rilka
ut,:bly valuable inatrumer.tH. They are
t„, .1.10, to aunouu,:e to C , e public and
the tuarly• admirers of these
:1!._)Ii".0:RIOR. MANN FORTES,
:draai; of them hag, at last, arrived, and is
at ;Heir ar•qo. , m,: rot and inapectiou.
,vn4; from the
BEz-;1' MAKERS uF BOSTON,
NEW YORK, ETC., ETC.,
rcit,int au arrive at a Eatadactury and conclualve
their I,li,tive merit% by actual
•'t P. It AND EN PEttl IIENT
• • wele it neccattary t 1.1.0 certilicatoJ a-. d
t u beat l'iactiats in the world, including
MASON, ETC., ETC.
L. La u fact, that the first and greatest
d MEI: ICA N PIANISTS,
ncri s i}OTT:"CIIALE, W 14.. MASON, and others prefer
STEINWAY SON'S tHANCIS to all others, and pronounce
tLem bilp , tiOr 112111' ILLJPZCT, to any made in this coma.
•ryor in r,:grope. Wr respectfully oak the public to call,
AND .JUDOS FOR THEMSELVES,
1 2.,oldent :hat STEINWAY & SONS PIANOS will rote
tu.i;ly 'REA E THEMSELVES, than aught that
1.1 , body eke, could any in their favor.
r„.ccivcd a full et,.cO of Nninns & Clark's Mance.
KLEBER & BRO.,
A fur Si:citiv.ay & Eons, Nunns & Clark,etc.,
No. 63 Fifth etreet,
SAME/ EL GRA .1( -
at.. 52 St. Clair Street,
y to urenared to furnish Lis rustort.ore acul buy6rn gen
i with thy Inte6t mid mutt noshionuble siyke of Spring
; , nrnrn , r vari .ty, which he will tualtu up
tO Ot,tO ,;anst;,., ip.ou
w44 thodc may favct
ill! their patr,unge. icy
NATANTLI oN HAND A FULL dUPPLI OP
WIIiTE F 1613,
4 F I .110 N,
.4;4 t:rd,re ac ,- ,;ncip,nied by the CASH, will meet pectmpt
HENRY B. COLLIAS,
5 b UTTER.-3 bbls. fresh roll, for sale by
n thrlB FIENEY U. CDLILINA.
11110.1&E APPLES.-100 received this day
and for ogle by RES:MI:It tc ANDERSON,
Igo. n Wood ntrea,
(Ig•p:,2,tt , Cbarlo,.. Had
RißtuNs, RUCHES AND FLOWERS.—
—Trimmtt,,,e, Embroicli:rilii, Skeletons, Corsets, and
list vi nosy got.ds, cheap, at 11ORSVS,
m)l7 77 Market street.
VANCY FRENCH BASKETS.—A nice
~,ortatOlt jailt opened, lIORNire,
77 Market utreeL
I, ARET WINE.-
N. Johmtou 4 SODA Meilen Claret Wino;
10 •4 " St Julien Claret Wine;
t'oJ U. C. St. Jnliou Claret Wine, in store and for
MILLER h RICKETSON,
wylb NO3. =2 and 273 Liberty ktreet.
23 Smithfieid stoat
B. L. FATINESTOCK e CO.
PIT2'SJ3UHGH, PENS 'A.,
25 WOOD STRE2T.
A R Rj V
DR. SCHIA )SSER,
I'HE ONLY I'U.OFESSOR
IMPORTANT BUT NEGLECTED
BRANCH OF SURGERY,
CORNS, BUNIONS, SOFT CORNS,
DISEASES OF THE FEET,
CUTTING OR CAUSING THE LEAST PAIN,
Su that the most timid persons may place them
s2lves with the utmost confidence Un-
der such safe treatment
Surleou Chiropodist to ilis Majesty the King of Bavaria,
and to all the principal Sovereigns in Ettronpe, would moat
respectfully announce to the ladios and gentlemen of Pitts-
burgh, that, at the argent request of many highly reapecta,
hie families, he has been induced to visit their city
FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY,
Aud mu) be consulted in oveis department of Pedal Surgery
EVERY DISEASE OF THE FEET,
All of which, however,long standing or bad, he parantees to
EFFECTUALLY AND PERMANENTLY CURE
IN A FEW MINUTES,
Without the lewd pain or inconvenience, either during
their removal or afterwards
StICCebS among Om Firet Families in America, as well 53
among several of the Imperial Royal Families of Europe,
has gained for him
SEVERAL THOUSAND TESTIMONIALS,
From bums eomo of which, he begs to submit the following
AMERICAN TESTIAIONIALS :
From C. A. Shooter.]
Dr. Schlosser has operated on my corns with the slighted
pain, and to my satisfaction.
[From R. C. Tilghman.)
Dr. Schlosser has removed my corns with great skill, and
and to my satisfaction. R. C. TILTLIMAN.
[From lion. Wm. V. Phillips.]
Mr. Schlosser has operated on the feet of two ormy faint
ly very satisfactorily, and without giving any pain.
Wauent F. Pluturs.
[From B. A. blagaira, President of Georgetown College.)
I am pleased to certify that I have been very successfully
operated on by Dr. Echlosser, and without the. least pain.
B. A. Dieamas.
IFrom Col. W. Rice, proprietor of the Pennsylvanian.]
Mr. Schlosser has extracted two corns from my toe, which
were extremely painful for many years. The extraordinary
ease with which he operated is remarkable, and 1 cheerful
ly recommend him to till who are troubled with corns, as
the only person I have ever known to perform the operation
ecientlfically and withoht the least pain. Wl4. Rms.
Philadelphia, September 23d, 1857.
From Dr. B. M. Landis, Physician to tho City Water Cure
'lnstitute at Philadelphia.l
Mr. Schlosser has extracted eight painful corns from my
tots without tho least pain, with the greatest satisfaction to
myself. I would by all means recommend him to every
body who is tormented with then evils.
[From Pierce Butler, Esq.')
Mr. Sehlauser has extracted a number of coma from my
feet with great shill and without pain
Ehiladelphia, Nov. S/, 1857,
I From Dr. Gilbert.
Scblosaer Inul removed fear corns for me without pain
kind with great skill. Do. GILBLILT.
Philadelphia, October, 1857.
[Mason, American Ambassador in Paris.)
I certify that Mr. Schlosser has extracted for me a num
her of corns without pain, and to my satisfactiort. Meson.
[From A. G. Powers.]
Mr. Schlosser has taken Out twelve corns for mowithout
the slightest pain, and to my satisfaction,
[From Ch. D. Thomas.]
Dr. Schlosser has extracted eight corns from my feet with ,
uut the least pain, and I can cheerfully recommend him tc
all who aro afflicted with corns or Bunions.
Philadelphia, eeteber 3,1857
➢rom B. S. Verdi, 31. D.]
I certify that I have been very itmcceasfully operated upon
by Dr. Echloseer, without undergoing pain of any Bort.
13. S. VERDI, 31. D.
[From His Majesty, the King of ilavaria.)
Mr. Bchlosser has extracted several corns from His Make.
ty's feet, without the least pain. Certilltd by command of
His Mejesty. Ikr. VON POLLEE.
(From his Imperial Highness Jerome Napoleon.)
M. Schlosser tu'a extrait des Cora avec beanconp dosuccee
sad sans la moindro donlear. Jam= NAPOLEON.
[From their Royal Highnesses the Princess Garb and Antoci'
Mr. Schlosser has completely cared the tams of their
Royal Highnesses the Princes of Hob en2alern- Sigmaringeu
with groat skill, and without the least pain. By command
of their Royal Highnesses. ECILSZIEit.
[Fro;' lib Highness Prince Alphonso of Oliimay.l
Je Reconnal quo M. Schlosser lied enleTe plusdeurs Omr ,
sans ma causer la moindre doulear,
Ostend 1 Aout, 1854
[From Lt. General Lavazseur, late Gov'r of Parl9.l
M. Schlosser, m'a extrait plusieurs Coro avec beancoap do
talent et sans la melndre doulear. GL. Lxvesorta.
(From Viscount Ingestrie, Ist Life Guard...l
Dr. Schirmer has operated on my corns without the slight
est pain, and to my entire satisfaction. V 11341. 1.1108781 L
Ete- DR. SCHLOSSER may be consulted
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY,
From 10 o'clock A; ar., till 5 o'clock P. E l at his
NO. 154 THIRD STREET,
RIGHT HAND SIDE, ABOVE SMITHFIELD
N. B.—Dr. Schlosser can be consulted only at hi. 2.
Rooms, as he attends no patients out of his offloe,
No professiottol conuection with any ono
C. A. Scums=
8. M. LANDIS, M. D
A. 0. POWERS
Cu. U. Tiwitsa
PILLNICI Di CIILIL&Y