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can County Convention
The Grand Banhedrim to lix the candidates for the Black
Republican party this fall, met on Wednesday morning, at
10 o'clock, at the Court House. The greatest interest WWI
manifested, every district being represented, and the Court
room and lobbies were crowded at an early hour by the
anxious expectante and their triencls.
8.. P. Nevin, Esq., Chairman of the Executive Committee,
called the Convention to order.
An motion of Thos A. Rowley, Samuel s.lcKelvy, Esq., of
the Fifth ward, was chosen President, and George IL Riddle,
RN., of Allegheny City, and /Bane Jones, of 'lit township,
Thonnois A. Rowley um] Algernon Bell, EN., wore chosen
The names of the delegates were then called, when the
following presented their credentials:
First Word—Andrew Miller, Jas. T. Kincaid,
2d—Algernon S. Be 1, Aaron Floyd.
3d—First precinct : G. W. Leonard, David Simms.
Second " A. M. Brown, J. H. Robinson.
4th—Harvey S. Donaldson, W. S. Layely.
sth—First precinct—Samuel M'Kelvy, Geo. Caughey
Second •' R. Thompson, R. A. Colville.
1101—Thos. A. Rowley, Jos. A. Lowry.
7th—Jsrues Reed, Andrew Oyer.
Atli—Jacob Rerbler, Wm. Woods.
9th—Hugh M'Kelvy, Wm. Forsyth.
Pirat Ward—J. P. Ross, John B. Ingham
2d--Goo. It. Riddle, John M'Donald.
3d—John tJ. Ihirr, Casper Gang.
4th—David T. Presaly, John M'Graw.
Elizabeth—Samuel rrew, Dr; Mairit.
Went Pittsburgh—W. J. Richardson, John Small.
MOnorgabeta—J. 0. lll'Anincli. Richard Perry.
flaacheiter—tieury Wenue, B. A. Sampson.
t z,, ickley—Thbodore Nevin, George Ratlinell.
bingliaii;—Lower District: Thos. 31'Kee, Philip Phial
Upper W. Graham. E. hloyo,
,t Birmingham—John Franz, David Chess.
Coach, Robert raggert.
Lawrenceville—Wail. Karlin ann, S.F. Barr.
Sharpslng-11. li. liewb , , William Stewart.
APKeesport—.l. F. Corium', O. F. M'Leau.
South Pitt , lenr,zh—Alex. Alanson Wilcox.
West Elizabeth—Dr. ?Ptirew, John Mulholland.
Tareatuo,—J.on,s Karns. Win. Coulter.
Joner, floury Johns.
Peebles—lst precinct: J. Murdoch, Jr., David Aikeu
2d - J. W. Butler, Adam M'Castlin
Collins—David R. Coon, George Finley.
Plum—Adam Tomer, William Colgan
Wilkins—James M'Kelvy, John house.
.idattou—W. N. Haymaker, S. M. Brinton.
:'eon—C. Snively, Henry Stottler.
Elizabeth—James Patterson, t amuel Carr.
Versailles—Lt. A. Shaw, Benjamin Wood,
Mifflin—Samuel Kennedy, Merrick Munson.
Jefferson—Hugh Donaldson, Henry Heth.
Robinson—lsaac Ross, Robert M'Elherron.
Chartiera— kndrow XlTartney, David Robinson.
Moon—W. P. Ferro, It. B. Bendel.
Findley—Robert M'Laren, William Harper.
Franklin—David Neely, J. Wheeler.
Ohio—R. IL Davis, William Dawson.
Balkwin--J. M . Giubony, T. Varner.
Reserve—Kober: A4hwortb, Charles L. Goebring
Ross—Andrew ..ane, Esq., J. Cryder.
'Snowden—William Wilson, Philip Simmons.
lid'Candless—ilans Herron, William Hutchmau.
Pine—William Rodgers, John Grubs.
West Deer—James Williams, William Leslie.
Rest Deer—J Coulter . J. 0. Bunting.
Uppor St. Clair—J. Glenn
Lower l?..! . 'Clair—Joseph Dilworth, C. P. M. Smith.
Indive.—James Wi'sou. Adam Walter.
North Fayette—Daniel Huffman, Alexander Boyd.
'South Fayette—Thomas Collins, David Gilmore.
Neville—Jaims Dickson, James Call.
Sewickley—Robert P. Nevin, Thomas Shields.
Shaler—john Miller, Emq , A. G. Lloyd.
Fawn—Thomas t tevens 'a, S. R. Alter.
.Crescent—C. L. B. Robinson, Francis APClelland.
Sialtst—John Phillips, Hugh Lemmon.
After the list of delegates were called, a coLmittee, con.
sisting of Mcesrs. Sims and Woods, were appointed
to procure largor hall to which the Convention might ati
A. rtsoirtion was passed inviting the spectators to fear,
the body of the Court House, but the spectators did not ge,
and woul9 not even takeoff their hats. The following re9o
lution hru: no effect
Resolved, Treat spectators be requested to have the inside
,f the her, and :hose refusing to do so, must be forcibly
AB eII ronaso,l, the forcible ejectment was not attempted
E. P. Nevin made 11 motion to prcceed to nominate cancd
dat,‘ for C0E111;116.1 in the 21st and 22d districts before pro'
ceeding to the cunnty nominations. The motion was lot!
on the table.
A motion si,as then made that the delegates from tLe
Cougrubslun.l districts separate into different rooms and
nominate candidates 'or Congress, which was carried.
The C quniitt-e on Hall announced that they bad secur,i
Lafa.ette Hal!. to which the Convention adjourned pelt mei]
with a grand re•h—the .pectatore being requested to tali
Arrived tit the the gallery was soon crowded with
spectator., so] McClurg's man, in a-blito checked shirt, we•
seen circulating among the delegates, anxiously inquiring
for "the committee that wits to pay for the Hall." '1 he
public, nit fancy.ng anollicr "writ of ejectment" here,
took the tack end side sects after the galleries were filled.
the oflic,rs took the rostrum, the list of delegates was called,
abd the "sheep and the goats" were satisfactorily separated
A committee of three were appointed, consisting of Messrs.
Lowry, ltilw,rtt. and It. P. Navin, to decide in the case of a
tie vote in Upper St. Clair. The committee reported in favor
of but a single delegate for the district accepted.
Mr. A. M. Blown offered a resolution that the President
appoint a committee of three to select seven persona to the
Republican State Convention, and to report resolutions.
C. ii. M. Smith offered as a substitute that the Convention
proceed to elect Hoven delegates t i the State Convention to
be held at Harrisburg on July Bth, in the old method, tip.
portioning too I rout the city: two from the districts west of
the Ohio and Allegheny; one from the districts between the
Allegheny and Youghiogheny, acd two from the districts
south and west of the Youghioght ay, Monongahela and
Ohio. The aubstitutt way adopud.
Mr. Nuvin's re,olutiou was thou again introduced, to go
into the nomination for Congressman.
Mr. If mall moved to amend by gAng into the nocelaation
of the county officers, and upon this the yeas and nays were
called and resulted as follows—yeas 70, nays .59. So the
Convention decided to go into the nomination for county
Mr. Small moved to go into nominations for Sheriff.
Bruwo. moved to amend by adding Prothonotary.
kiother gentleman amended by adding the whole county
ticket, which was adopted, and the nominations were made
ad follows :
,Senate—C. S. Eyster, J. P. Penney, David L. Smith, T. J
titigham, George Darsie, J. W. F. White.
.Azzembly.—R. P. N. Buckmaster, W. F. Mur•
doch, John Young, George Dickson, J. Heron Foster, L. 11.
Carlisle, David E. Bayard, George M. Bollmau, Moses Chess,
E. J. Brooks, Solomon Sala, E. H. Irish, John G. Backofen,
Robert Bighorn, J. F. Zeller, John K. Foster, W. C. Anghin
hough, Thomas Kiddoo,.Frank Patterson, A. EL Burns, Jas.
G. Arbuthnot, Yost Ruch, Charles Lawrence, Joseph John
ston, Wm.M'Ke,, J. G. Backhou,e, Daniel Negley.
Mr. Backofen withdrew nie name before the marking coin
Sheriff.—James L. Graham, Jared M. Brush, Alexander
M'Clintoc.k, Harry Woods, David Irwin, Andrew Pearce,
Dr. Wm. Woods, C. W. Batchelor, C. L. Magee.
Capt. Batchelor's name was withdrawn by C. B. M.Smith,
before the marking, in order to leave his friends at liberty
to go 113 they Weaned.
Pralumaary.—Daniel Arnuitroug, Dude' M'Ourdy, Jas
Ililanda, David Hul z, C. Rabb, J. K Scutt.
U ely arrartitsioner —lsaac Mulls, John Shaw, Geo. W.
Irvin, Jonathan Braniff. John Witilnek., W. B. Roei, Wm.
Knoingo. Robt. Ailing am, And. Johnston, Vincent E.
Miller, Jeect s Black, 1. It Tomer, Jacob Gebhart, Zaccheus
Panterron, Janina Boyd, D. L. 1' myser.
Awl:Mr.—Thomas M. Little, John M'Larimer, Wm. A.
Haymaker, D. Cornelius, Robt. Mackey, Wm. M.. Burchfield,
Houry B. Stewart, Jain former, Samuel Mason, Robert
Gafford, Bennett Late-•, Luke Loomis, George Neville.
throner.—Wm. Bayd, S B. Cooper, Joseph Hastings, Geo,
1." Cook, G D. Baldwin, 13. IL Semple, C. B. Bostwick, Wm.
Itilackey, Wm. H Glenn, J. P. Langton, Th.,Gibson, John
Director of the Poor—R.ll. Davis, Francis Karns, Thomas
The Convention then adjourned till half-past one o'clock
The Convention ro•assembled at half past one o'clock.
Mr. Brown, at the request of some members of the Con
vention, moved for a committee of flue on resolutions.
Adopted, and the Chair appointed Messrs. Brown, Shields,
Smyth, M'Kee and Snavely,
Mr. T. H. Nevin asked if the German interest was repre
sented in the uominationa.
The Chairmen replied that Mr. Zoller, of M'Keeeport, and
Mr. Yost Ruch, of the city, were representatives of this in-
Mr. Nevin withdrew the name of J. F. W. White as a can
aidate for State Senate,
A motion was then made to nominate by ballot, amended
insole by marking, and again amended by a motion to vote
Men voce. The Convention resolved to proceed by marking
in the usual way.
A resolution to call a ward, borough and township alter
nately, wan adopt od
C. 8. Eyster
J. P. Yearley...
David L. Smith
T. J. Bighaui....
J. V/. F. *hit...
.R. P. M'Dowell
N. Bockrmaxt•: ...............
W. F. ISurdtich ... ...........
G. , orge Dickson
N. iron F05ter....... ....
L. 11. Carlisle
.11avid E. Bayard
George M. noilmau., .....
E. J. Brooke
CE. K. Irish
John G. Backofel3 ......
•J. F. Zoller
John K. Foster
W. C. Aughinbaugh
A. 11. Burns
James G. Arbuthnot......
J. G. Backhouss
Daniel Negley .
John B. Stott
Resolved, That the r,initieoa rr, thie Convention pay fur
the wie of I.hbi hall today.
fin motion, It was resolved that as thamarking ter
County Commissioner and Auditor showed nu choice. that
those having the highest votes ft• those olliies hr .teclared
the nominees of this Convention.
Ntr. A. M. Brown, chairman of tint Committee ou Resolu
tions, uttered the folbwing, which were adopted unani
1. Resolvei, That the despotic policy of the National Ad
ministration in forcing upon the people of tiansos a slave
constitution, in defiance of their known wishes, and in sal-
version of belf gON , MIIIOIIt, dc,,TVOR the emphatic rebuke
of the people, and increases the necessity for a political ie
ganization aiming at the rescue of the Government from
the hands that now pollute it owl ore using it for promoting
the purposes of the slave power.
2 Resolved, That the corrupt appliances used to force
through the rilinglisheliecompton bill, and the frauds and
pecniations that hays bred brought to light and traced to
the party in power, are at once an evidence of its rotten
ness, and of the imperative neoeszdty for its total overthrow.
3 Resolved, That protection to American industry is one
of the highest ditties of the :National auverninent; and the
depressed condition of the manufacturing interests, no; on
iu Pennsylvania, but tniougliout the Union, Gatti leuai, ; r
a return to that ptotactisc policy, which should nev , r hove
le en abandoned, and which, if it had been continued, would
have saved us from our recent commercial (imitators,
4. Resolved, That the extrooraiiary expenditures of the
National Administration, in squandering the twenty mil
lions of surplus found in the Treasury, end the forty mil
nuns it has since borrowed, demonstrates that if the country
is to Lee saved b stn baukru Rey, it count tou soon get rid of
a party which in its first ,tor rune the country fearfully in
debt, without appropriating ono cent to the improvement of
livers ur harbors, or undertaking any ether work of no
tional importance. The stint:l, machinery of government,
iu the hands of James Buchanan, requires eighty millions
of dollars a year to carry it un— z ou appalling sum for an al.
tr.ort worthless government.
5. Resolved, That the embarrass:A state of our county
nuances culls loudly for the inauguration of a eyetem of
retrenchment and reform, and for ouch an overhauling ut
our county affairs a )3 will save the people from the heavy
burden of taxation for county purposee, inflicted upon them
by the plesent Locofoco majority of the County Commis
during the ensuing year.
The Convention then adjourned sine die.
Another Attempt at Suicide in the Alle
gheny Watch House.
On Tuesday afternoon, a Mall named Samuel Bowden,
residing in the Third ward, Allegheny, was arrested at the
instance of his wife, for drunkennesii and disorderly conduct.
He was locked up in the watdi house a short time, when it
am discovered that he had Eakin off his neck handkerchief,
tied it to a bar of his cell door, and hung himself up. lie
0 110 lint a skillful hadgman, end failed of bis design. He
a is deprived of his henilkerchief, and noon tat:Mal - 0-i it
was found that hu bad taken ott his suspenders, and was
endeavoring to form them into a rope. They wore :alien
from him, and as it was thought unsafe to leave him alone
he was watched, and was caught in the act of tearing his
Alia into strips for a third atte%.pt. He was then taken
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Jared M. Brueb...
Dr. Win. Wcoda.
C. W. Bstchrlrr
C. L. Magee
• Daniel A rmstrong
David ul tz
J. H. Ecott
Jonathan - 13ranff...
W. B. Ross
Wm Ramage .....
And. 'ohmon ......
Vincent E Miller..
H. 1t Torreq-
Jamb G. bb,,rt
•Zacchou- Pat terlon
Jas. Bo:. d
D. L. Smyser .....
Thomas NI. Litti
D. GaIWHIN .....
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Wm A. flaymsM.r. ...... . . ...... ......... 2 h U 0
R6M.rt MJcM.y 4 7 00
Wm.3l.l3nrchr, 1,1 12 i 4
Henry 8.: 1 6, , tirt 6 I'o 4
JOl.ll COI - Tiler ..... .... 5 6 06
Samnel Mason 4 611 00
li,M,rt Gilliford IP l'-, :15
10mm.tt Lake 1 ,1 16 8
I. Ace Loomis • 9 IS I 011
Ge2rge Nollio 6 Ili 10
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Win. B oil
..... ........ 40 45 32
8. B. Cooper '; 5 uo
Jobeph liastin, 17 7 ell
Gorge LNi 'C. k_- . :0 ::.1 00
J. U. Baldwin 10 17 7
II H. tlempls 00 00 So
C. B. Bostwick 11 2S 00
Win. Markey 00 (al 00
Win 111. Glenn 3 li 1:
J. P. Lang :on 3 00 00
Thotnati Gibbon . ... 3 00 lil)
....... 0e (111 00
Robert Wriaiu 00 00 00
DIALCTOR OF TLIE POOR.
*R. H. Davis 60
Francis Karns.. (withdrawn)
Thomas Varner 41
After the first ball o t had Leen announegl, the Convention
rocverled to make I,ominations for Congress before taking
he mec•Jbd Lullot
CON , ;I+-18,-XXII
.1. 11. Sswall .....
A. W. Loomis
Wm. F. Johustuu
W. B. Kegley
On motion, I‘losrs. It. 11. Davis, T. 11. Nevin, and J
Karns, were appointed to c,Lf....r with a similar commirt-e
from Littler county, with instructions to insist upon the
right of Allegh-ny county to the mmination, Butler having
had it for two terms.
The Convention thou adjourned until 7 o'ci,ck in the
The Convention w,..s called to order at eight o'clock.
fhe names of the following gentlemen were wit iid awn
by their friende :
Jared M. Brush, Sheriff.
Themes M. Lit tle, httdetor
John Willock, Cortnnimiotior
U. L. Mazes, Sheriff
John P. Langdpri, Coroner.
Andrew Pearce, Bheritt.
Frank Patterson, y.
W. B. Negley, (futufresq.
W. B. Ro•e, Corerniaaioner.
Robt. Alßrigham, Commissioner
11. L. Tomer,
Nominations for delegates to the State Convention at liar
riatuirg wero then nun and a reoolutiim was adopted de
claring the candidates in each district having the largest
number of votes, the noiniuo , .e. The result of the marking
wag ae follows :
CITY iF PITT+4I3I ROI!.
GO 'Tltomad al. Mardhall
ThoußH A. Rowley.
George R. Riddle
114 ,* H. k.lnyer
'Jamul A. Bkin
*C. IL M. Strath.
The following reHolutral was reap and unanimoorly
10'2 IL B Curnatran
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On motion, the President of this Convention was author
zed to appoint an Executive Committee of thirteen to serve
out and examined ou the charge of drunkenness. Tb
ilayor imposed a fine of $5 m dim, which be at first refuted
to pay, but finding he wou; , ' Le obliged to gu to jail if he did
not, he took a "sober ,ecdnd thought," and liquidated. The
:irieunere in the Allegheny tombs seem to have a mania for
suicide. In the last few months no lam than four have
attempted their lives, while in Pittsburgh, with four tinted
the number of inmates, we have no such instances to record.
Why is it ?
Lo! THE Pools INDIAN —" Red Hand," in Lis large adver
tisement, forget to mention that "Clark" sold it. "Red
Rand," a cruiser among the literati, feels grieved that "Nick
Whiffles," of the Weekly, was recognized by "The Last
Witness," George Albany of thti Mercury, or that he supped
u ith the "June Autocrat of the Breakfast Table," swing to
the exposition of the "Milk Swindle in Frank Leslie; he
gives the " Unknown," of the Flog of Our Union, a full ex•
planation in Ballotr's Pictorial, and asserts that "June Las
its'. has tall fashions. •
WE are indebted to Hunt & Miner, Masonic Hall, for sav
eral numbers from T. B. Peterson's library of sterling novels,
among which are "Robert Oaklands," by Leigh Ritchie,
and the "Rival Beauties," and •'Confessions of a Pretty
Woman," from the pen of the popular writer, Miss Pardo°.
This library consists of but novels of the first class, selected
with the acknowledged good taste of this well-known pub
COLORING FLUIDS FOR THE FLAIR AIRS DANGtr.ol3.4.—Pro .
lessor Wood's Flair Tonic restores the color, not by the ni
trate of silver process, but by I: restoration of the healthy
functions upon which the original and natural color of the
hair and its moisture, its gloss, its life, and consequently its
original beauty depended. Professor Wood, at the age of
tirirtyseven years, was us gray 55 Li 111411 of eighty, and his
hair was dry, thin and dead. Now he has not a single grey
lock upon his crown, nor is his hair thin or dry, but soft,
pliable and moist as that of a child of five years. This
preparation acts upon the roots, for after an application,
that portion of th hair nearest the scalp is found restored
to the o iginal color, whatever it was, while the ends of the
hair are gray. Try Wood's liala Tome, and do not apply
any other till Ilftvr you have this. With this resolution you
will never have Lccaaiun to use a hair dye.
Caution.—Bewtu-e of worthless imitations, as several are
already in the market, called by different names. Use none
unless the words (Professor Wood's hair Restorative, Depot
Bt. Louis, Mo., and New York,) are blown in the bottle •
Sold by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers. Also
by all Pitney and Toilet goods dealers in the United Slates
Sir Bee advertisement.
Pessmo Oorarmanrr Itforirr.—On Tuesday evening, a
man stepped into the store of Samuel Dyer, tia Federal
street, Allegheny, and pnrcli.,.ed /30[110 articles, offering in
payment a ten dollar bill on the Ststo Bank of Ohio, which,
on examination, proved to be counterfeit. A. police officer
was immediately called in, and the niLra was arrested and
taken to the Mayor's ollic . There he gave his name as
Merrim In. On his tiers n .rere found several notes of a
smaller denominatfer Re .:a.,-1 that he knew who he
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13 12 5
22 27 37
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5 4 00
! took the bin from, nr , ! ii'it appear in the morning and
, mako information Lill. Mayor ?lark:nth kept the
note, 1,1211 Me Meretinaft 6a5 net yet made his appearance,
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nor IM it , i
FINAL FN.A3LINATION OF GRUB AND MOORHEAD —Grier and
Moorhead, charged with the assault on Voelker, were before
the Mayor yesterday mornlng,on final examination. Voelk.
,-r's brother testified that be had been struck twice en the
head; once by (bier, with a stone, and once by Moorhead,
with an adze, positively identifying the parties as the pe•r
snus who assailed his brother. Grier was held to bail in
$lOOO on two charges of assault and battery with into rit to
kill, one on Voelker, the other on officer Mo .u. Moor-hem - 1,
who was placed under $lOOO bail for the assault on Voelker,
has not yet found any ono to gri his security
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MR. AND Mae. FLORENCL—These deserving favorite!: com
menced an engagement at t'aster's New National Theatre
last evening, under favorable auspices, having a geed house,
This evening a druma entitled the "Irish Ilussar, or the
King and Deserter," in which Mr. Florence appears as Ed.
ward O'Neil, will be presented. Mrs. Florence also appear
in a half dozen characters in is prote,n farce called '•
chievous Annie." The management has in preparation a
new drama, written expressly fur the iloreucee, entitled
"The Mormon, or Life in &Ili Labe City."
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30 48 30
THE MiNHTE.XL.M.—The 1. •1.11!HI ag ui th, tt‘ , l/•,• of ruiroitrela
perform n.: at the Theatre (ive- riot 4• em to hove dinainishe , i
in the !cast. th••ir be, HEA jut rig tb • pr , •,..ut week
have le•en belt th.ie ;i,t Week. Thin eveh•hg, Dew song'
ami daLg are it/1111'u,, d, an,! anew feature cal:ed "
y '43 -r 4 v:4,— rliOrraW
rihz,ht, and ot, S••turday hilt-rt:on the f ruAtine,
Ldsvi lonar —1 hi- C.Jii t tiiii• thing, ane.
the tl.o ease of tialsi.y vs. thi , Pent,
Fylvti yester.rij. ioltirned a
verdict f tiatuages for th.. prtintar. Ae nie,t of the
member! of the bar were absent at the Republican County
Convent l on, the Court adjourned.
SINGULAR OHARG4.-A woman mimed Mary Finnegan bi
now confined in the county on a rather novel charge.
Her term is five days, and the commitment charges her with
"taking the name of God in vain." This, we believe, is
umler an old Fiat ote of this State, which imposes a fine of
sixty-seven cents for I,Ch with. It has, however, boon al
most a dead-letter on tile books.
J. B. D. CLACK, NO. 4 Girard lions°, Smithfield street, hae
rot:dived t , e rly Megszine, Harper's, Balku's and
Frack Leslie's Illustrated Weekließ, the Flag of Our Union,
ihe American Flag, the Dollar Newspaper, Yankee N,
for July, and a host of other poricJicals. Also Southern and
Weotern Dailies and We Mice.
MALYCR IV.e.evErlc had only four CULULLIUII cases bethre him
yesterday morning. The whole party were consigmd to
the c,, re of Jailor who will, we have no doubt,
minister to Choir comfort.
AFYILISTI °N.—Alderman W.iLou, or the Fifth ward, yes
terday committed William TW6I3 to jtAi! to await the meeting
of the Oourt of Quarter Sessions, charged, on oath of Catha
rine Pool, with fornication and bastardy.
DISORDERLY Hou , E.—Aiderman Lewis, of the Third ward,
had Mary Hall alias Baird Wore him yesterday morning,
charged by Mary Stewart with keeping a bawdy and diecir.
dotty house. She pas committed to juil to answer at
Disoammur.—Alderman Lewis lined James Nl'Ree five
dollaie for disorderly conduct yesterday
IT is a fact worthy the notice of all who buy clothing
either ready mall or ordered, that Carnahan, Allegheny
City, haying built up a large bssinees on the cash system, ie
now furnishing a fashion &le gsrment of superior quality
at pr;cea bolo the regale: rates Those interested will do
well to give him s trial, s
THE USE OF DE. HuSTET.VER'S STOMACH
"BIETHRS," for Dyspepsia, Flatulence, lliiiivintss of the
Btomach, or auy other like atiectiou, is second to noun in
America or abroad. To be able to state confidently that
the Bitters" are a c-rtaiu tm , for dyspepsia and like ills•
eases, is to t io proprietoro 0 source of unalloyed pleasure.
It removes all morbid matter from the Stomach, purifies Ow
impart:, renewed vi tali ly l• Iho nervous system, giving,
It that tone nod energy to iiiiii,peutable for the restoration
of healtn. 'Pi,) numerous acknowledgments of its superior
excelienco and b..tieficial results, have asenr, d the proprie.
tors that it cannot but prove a great cure to the ariiinted,
and impart vitality to the thorough system.
For druggists idcl dealers
!Slid by 1108TE11`1.1 , :it.t SMITH,
Manufacturers and Pioprletnrs,
Watt, az d bri street..
3' TEI It It NAT SUCCESS which has ever Mho:M.l the
use of J. M. Olin's Oelebrate•l ntoinach Bittr.rs, and the no.
meroun certificates which are daily received, in their favor,
dhow CZ,LidUdi,oly that they are the gre..test and moat relia
ble preparation of the hint ever iutrodnood to the plir
and at this season, when lose of appetite is so prevalent, no;
ode Cdaomlting their Grill interosf can afford to do wi , hottf
them. The Bitter; are pleaaant to the taut: and e. - Eretett-le
i❑ their °fleets. Poi a tonic thy er • delightful ; they ore a
Jr.-liable remedy tbr Dyspepsia., Oostiverwits, etc., and a nun
preventive of moot of the prevailing diseases of the day.
For mole by J. Y 1 .01. , ..N,4 , 1,!pr0pri,t0r and rnanufactnr,r
Feu by ,ortdere you
Fancy & Piain flirniiure it Chairs,
Warerocoilas, 421 Penn mitreet,
ABOVE THE CANAL BRIDGE,
le :ulditiou to the Fern tun, busine ,, , I also devote
at.,-ation to UNDEICTAKING. lie:arne3 and Carriagts
H Bit I', Ist,
J')SDPH SNOW D EN,
Co,u of Arbitration for May.
ISAIAH DICKY, Vico President.
ED WARD GREGG, W. W. MATH,
C. LI. PA ULSON, DAVID CAMPBELL
Steamet Anvric •.]
LIVIItPOOL COTTON M.kIIKET, May 21.—Since the departure
of the Wednesday steamer, there has been a blight decline
.in nil qualitei 01 entloa of j 441 00 lower qualities, and 1
mi middlings. The selea for tee week are estimated at 37,000
bales, including 16.00 to speculstors, and the same amount
fir export. The estahli4lied sales to-day, Friday, are 7000
bales. Tin market clued foiet at the following quotations
, milesne fair 736; middl rig 7 8 1-6; Mobile fair 7:;-,4, middling
7. upland fair 7;4; middling 7V a . The stock in port is .es
timated et 95,000 bales, including 494,000 bales of American.
LIVE.LLPOOL, May 21.—Breadstuffe—Flour is dull at the
following prices: Western 21s 6d; Ohio 22a 6d(§2ss; Southern
2213. Wheat dull at 7s@7s 3d for white, and tis@fla Od for
red. Corn hos a declining tendency, and prices are a shade
i •wer: salcs of yellow at 54s and white at 345434 s 6d.
Produce—Sugar is quiet, but the quotattons aro barely
maintained. Rice is heavy, and prices are barely maintained.
Turpentine spirits at 465, an advance of Os. Tea has slightly
declined. Linseed Oil 34si
Provisions—The market generally closed steady. Pork is
firm and imivancirg; sales at 80s and steady. Bacon firm,
holders demon lug an advance of 2e. Lardifirm at 768 6d
The advicee trom Manchester are of a favorable character.
The weather is favorable for the crops.
'l tts LATEST.—Saturday, May 21.—The Cotton market Is
buoyant in consequence of the American telvices furnished
by the arrival of the American steamsuip Kangaroo, today.
The sales are estimated at 10,000 bales, the speculators taking
300 u bales, and the exporters 1000 bales. The market closed
with an advancing tendency.
Now YORK, June 2.—The market for Cotton is very dull
and quotations nominal. Flour firm; 16,000 bbln sold.
Wheat; western ha; declined 10c. Sngar is steady; Mimeo
s-ad 5 , -A,©634. Coffee quiet et 10@l1. Bacon quiet; Rams
7%@)86. Linseed Oil dull, and bas declined le: sales at 61
@62c. aides acti*e; western 11316%. Tallow dull at
104. Freights Cu Cotton to Liverpool 3-16@7-32; on Flour
•2s 2d; on Grain 71.6(108.
New York Cacti,* InLarket.
NEW Yoan, JUEIr 2 —Beeves; 3000 sold; declined V i c; aides
at 7©lo. Ehev.p; 0000 sold; declined. Swine; 800 sold at 5
to 5% for corn fed.
NCR YORK, June 2.—Stocks irregular, but rather steady.
Illinois Central bondo 874; Mich. Southern 22%; N. Y.
Central 84!4:.;;;Iteading 43; Canton Co. 19%; :Missouri sixes
84%; Galena and Chicago StA; Mich. Central 61; Erie 20;
Cleveland and :oledo 37; Tennessee sixes 90%! La Crosse
land grants 331/..'„
No. 152 St. Clair Street,
ger-15 prepared to furnish his customers and buyers gen
erally, with the latest and molt fashionable 'dyke of Spring
and bummer latxxis of every varp-ty, v hick be will make up
to order to the entire satiatnetion of thee:: whn may favor
him with their patronage' myl7:lm
ririllE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO
inform his friends and the public in general, that he
is in the daily receipt of this delicious Beer, from the well
known Brewery of J. N. Straub, Allegheny City, it having
been pronounced to be the best that was manufactured here
f o r. many years, CLEAR, TASTE'POL and PURE. Give me
a call and try it. JOHN ROTH,
ap24.:tf At his old stand, 26 Diamond.
- - -
COVERED CANE 1100P.—Acellent
article for Ladies' Skirta. A large lot open at
myal italaift, 7Y Autket, at.
13. t I Ii DICK:.
New York Market.
new York Stock Market
Summer Lager Beer.
compLruici Num ran URGENT REQUEST ON HUN
DRS. C. M. FITCH AND J. W. SYRRS
Have concluded to . remain
PERMANENTLY IN PITTSBURGH,
Daily,; I,r '..;ulsiSL'..ll
BItUNCIIITI: , awl ALL • fll
letltc LI with, or Catlrthg jilthrlOLitif)
Catarrh ; heart Disease, Affections of the Liver,
Dyspepsia, Gastritis, Female Complal.,ts,
f:Tca A :7 , woul 1 -fete th.t r treatment
of Ca r.:umption is la,ed npua (he fact that Ch.! tt:.:ease exists
in It - ty: ens at liege, ..trth b•fr,r , and during us
der , t4intent In the lave, and 'hey tltrtrefore eaTit y Mcchen
teal, L. 12 giebic and Medical remedice to pririfyi,h,
>tiongthen the system. fVirh these, lacy rib, liE t L
L , ATIO:VS, which they value highly, but or, Paata
hires, (having no ~ h.,-;-ative ejecta when tr.vd alone.) I va
-11.16 aro earnestly cautioned against wasting tiro ; rLdb,t;
time of curability on any treatment basal upon lb..
He, but false idea thst "seat of the disease can be r e r,,,h,...1
in a dira manner by Inhalation," for t an before stored, the
seal of the disease is in the blood and Ito effecia only in the
t ti.i 1411 to thul•• • ;
. A i B SOCIAT.I.I.)
I it rsry of this : u havnoi h.•••.! ri-chukofloL.
11.10 Libr will 18, I , : • u of!e. ; UURSDAY,
tx,, t furniidi LL,,
ONL,A:: L NC, FUND L:
Tis:E—p., t.. B , oIL, ill,. 3
It, u. ..n Op •. :I :11111 HO • 'ot
r,At sirert. Sur PK* -011, ./
wi:l b. ti2n.,laLLl 3r, .1 Lb LA,3lt,:
• li 03thr d ty•lL•very it • • I bei,.ro
-3 t:citck, P M 6AIII
.1 • diu,
J,lr 11,111 11 Luc,•-
JAMi,i S. Ii JON,
my27:lln Secretary and 'Cr, itAurir.
CORONER.—The underiig,mrd utters firineelf r.
ll candidate befero the next Democratic Convention for
the office tf and askd tle.• support of the lit
tnocrac [jet I IaENOT hED.
OieFICE ..110:4 , 1NGAIIF.LA !NSUIt ANC% C.1k., 1
ttaorgh, May 21,
Toth P.RI:SI.DENT AND ;.i.:LECINiittl of the Men.
onganela Insurance Company, of Pittlburgh, have this day
doclarel a dividend of TWO D i'ER 611 A 3E, to be
app ind to the reduction of the Stok Notes.
iny22,2a HENRY M. ATWOOD, S cretary.
J smi-a :sidle
OFFICE OF --
PENN'A. INiiiUMANC:I CO., OF PITTSBUitIi 3
May 18th, 1858.
TliE blitEC'Tolll3 OF THIS COMPANY HAVE
this day declared a dividend of .FLETEEN PEE
CEA P. ou tho Cdpital Bto,:k paid iu, out of the prufltg of the
Lea: a 1 LIIOIIO9. FIVE PEE. CENT. payable In cash, and
[EN PEE CENT to be applied 49 a en ie cu the notes of
Btockholdorid I. Giilllll
4 - t..4;" THE VERY 'Mini
E. Robison, eays
Pic,aPitmatiot,o, Tenn , April 9, 1859.
'laving rold )lootland'a German Bitten for two years past,
thin community, and liarlug wit ni.r6sd their offacts upon
weak and debilitated constitutions, and Imo . e much troubled
frith **torbid Liver," I have no hor,ltuacy in easing they
are the thing ruch people d tivali
,•• o ticivoz_is,uvat.
ZAIO b). ;..a r. C.O. L.Lil Zb
J. & GRO UT T.
BRANDIES, GINS, WISES, ETC.,
FINE OLD NlO':ONriAlr.,:: A ItYL PEAOD
AND t.PPLE BItLNDY. _USD,
RECTIFi'e,RS AN D DISTILLE:;RS,
Corner of Smithfield and Front Streets,
S. B. & C. P. MARKLE,
X 01:, AND ALL ICINDF , F
W 4- 44 . (ctaliOUSe, No. 27 Viroo43
Long:, ft! urtrket pt !Ct
REL OV L.
ofi N MOO R I.IEAD htl , l removed to
No. 7'l- Ntreet. Nlarltot
10 El N. tilD 0 Et Et E
i2OAI M. 1 ti 4:3i MERUHANT,
teiC.TAL AihiD EL.001416,
r: ATER STREET, BEL, AV MARfila,
Larl.9 PI7'TSBURG LI, PA
N'TTSBURGH STEEL IVORKS.
LAA AC JONES
JONES, BOYD & CO.
SPRING, PLUW AND A. B. Si:EEL,
SPRINGS AND AXLES.
Cal=cr Razz &aid letrPit Stre4atu,
.y 23 Pii - IL , BURUTI, PA
NOOR EA D & CO.,
American, Pan Si, Corrugated,
GALVANIZED SHEET IRON,
b' or Rooting, Gutterimg, Spouting, dco
AGENTS FOR WOOD'S PATENT
15/11TATIOhl RUSSiA SHEET IRON.
Warehouse, No. 130 Pirst atreeL,
tur26:ly - is
D. a. 0 (4E a 5 C .
I.!: t; ULT I VAPOR TEE;
CORNER. ROSS AND FllieT STELE T_B,
WILLIAM CLAVTON &
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
411QUOR. MERCI - 11ANT:4,
NO. 37 DIAMOND ALLEY,
Ne.:r W 06.1 ;:treet.,
P I TSBi: I PA.
's-o' wayb Blookberry, C'ln2rry, and flogn.ic
brotithos, Old ilonorigaholn an.; lf,v_tified ~ V,,oitcy, of tne
7,, qttajter. •-titt6t-4.,,t;
k'orwsu . ding and COItiIIUSSiOL Xerchnut,
70/t rxv eeLa' (.1
lour, Grain„Bacon, Lard, mutter, Seeds, Dried Fruit
and Produce goncrall,y,
Corner of filariset and First streets
Itarari TO--FrallCif3 G. 8ai1Jy,17,8. - ., William Dliwurtli,
. Cuthbert A, Son, Pittsburgh; Boyd A Ott, Heiskell
wearingen S. Brady, Casl .M.it M. Bank. List iloWel;,
Mss ale A Co., George W. Anderson, Dool9 . Paxton AC,
Pittsburgh Water Cure Establishment.
FOR THE CURE OF ALL KINDS OF
iseases, located at MAYSVILLE STATION, on the
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago itsilr9ad, tau miles
West of the city. For the healthful exercise sad amusement
of ratients, and others friendly to the system, who may
wish to spend :urns time with US, we have lately f , vected a
flue GYMN kSIUM and BOWLI.NG ALLEY.
Address Box 1304, Pittsburgh, Pa.
J. nuarunD, M D., I
raylthlrm:sw-141 11. Fiti12...5.3, M. I)
ICE CRUX SALOON AND CONFECTIONAH,
No. 22 Diamond Alley, betzorzn Wood and the Diamond,
T_TAS OPENED EIS ICE CREAM SA
LOONS for the season, and is prepared to ~apply all
who may call, with PURE ICE CREAM, of all flavor,,.
He also is couttantly supplied with CAKES OP ALL
KINDI and Confectionary of his own manufacture, made
from the best materials.
FAMILIES AND PARTIES supplied with Cakes, Ice
Creams, and Confectionary of all deteriptions.
Saloon open at all hours—Day and Evening. [niyls:lm
pOlicri BOX FAC'i OHY.-
1113SHA g OUTENDORF
Have lust fitted up in complete order, new machinery of the
latt.t improvement, for the manufecture of Boxes of every
description. We are pre; ared to make to order at short no..
tice, Boxes suitable for Soap and Candles, Packing Boxes for
Hardware, Variety Goods. Looking Glass and Picture Frames
etc Orders nr ,. .mrtly m vt/: m
ICE CREAM! ICE CREAMII-
The underaigned having just fitted up his ICE CRNAM
SALOON in a very tasteful and comfortable style, would re
spectfully inform his frienle and the public generally, that
ho furnishes them a delicious 'Cf. CltE.Ol of different lla.
vors. Soda Water, Fresh Cak-e, Gum D:ops, lersits, etc., at
all times on hand, at the Confectionary of
/RED. A. MIEHSCH,
St. Club* street, oppasite St. Clair Hotel.
aa„ Particular attention paid to orders for Pio-Nice and
Parties. my2tll na--c.)e
TESTERS.—Borders and circles for Tes_
tors, for gale by 1my3.1 1 W. P. MARBaku4 3 Co.
jTRAW WRAPPING PAPER.—Crown,
Medium, Double Crown and Double Medium, always
u hand at W. B. HAVEN'S
a yin Paper Waraboune.
SPECIL'ir, NOTICES. ' M*O 4 CI O I 4 %7TC3PIME'Sr I 3M.ll.l—aar°l-1
DP.IIDS OF TilEII: PATIENTS,
ALd -ntuitvi at tileir offic
In 1'49 Ft Mil street
JNU. L. BOYD v . , t,!. 11000-LLOUOEI
4011) alit: 07
JAMES AL rETZER,
3E' .41‘. UV 30 Ita DiT
UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO COVER AND REPAIR ALL KIND. 7, OF
Roof,. with Mastic. This composition is adapted for all kinds • f Roofs, flat or steep; it can also 14.
applied Ur Tin. Iron, or o.d Shingles. inakiag a perfect J , ti. This composition is uot affected by atmospheric cl.angen;
it will n , ithur crack nor ran ; is impervious i. water ; lir PR sq.' and more duratde than any other kind
log. This ruhtug mater tat Is need in vas gaantities througlion, rho 'Si Matta, on HOUSO9, Britigr: Rollin;
Railroad Cars, and ritearnlssits, giving entite smistact ion, and red a turf-ct protection from the el- Incur-.
Although this rooting we. introdnced Lore in 1956, it can tee,' 01, rating of the t landings in the city. Also, o n
most of the Railroads.
I here refer to a few places where thie Rooting le in Otto, Cab and Pittsburgh riallroA; ; Relic
Air; BridgepQrt; Martinevole; Portland ; Lagrange ; Steribeurilm; McCoy's; Wellsville; Liverpool and Rochester Sra
thins, and the Marada is p-ir fiepot ; Pennativama Central Railroad; , pruce, Creek Astoria Station, Mill f , t Tipton Bud Par
sonage at Altoona; Allegheny City, Westminster College, amt many All,' 1313Mb:1E1S ; Pittsburgh, J. MeCtilly's Ware
houso Eel , . Trimble's Lintel; also, numerous other ein this cite.
All orders loft at N. 24 LIBERTY STREET, PITT6BURGII, (where samples of th 3 ma
terial can be seen,) will receive prompt attentrin,
LARGE' OF GLAt'S AND QUEEN:
WARK—On Julle 4th, at I
o'clock, wiJ to votl In the r eeemout of the Commorc,x;
lt•hAlls, Na. 54 Fifth -trert.•ltod ;01111)1,1i. ;it
lorttneLt of tint.o cutupritt
'ear., with un•l nit,• - s,'( ; Jrid wi h, a;
handles, Cup, Dinner and t••• Ptutaa, trot - a 3 t• , IG
DtAlot front 7 t•t I [lO. 0.,,; 'Fr, Apts.
Crehtus, Itittllers Covert,: Dished, 'fun et:a,
I wets u.:o 11.1sitti, Bru•lt And air rat e, Try C. .3,
Decauteri, and tai Loses Tutubleru
desorable k, to thine . it:teu not: of the tra.ls IS I •••-
spottfully invited. P. 51. DAVIS,
- . R t if ANTI LLAS, SILK - DB..E.SS GUUD: - ;,
STRAW if AT . Ac AT A UC'TloiC
On FRIDAY M./RNINU„Juno 4th, at tO o'clock, ail! Io
13.4 at the ....ounnorci cl Sales Itoonur, 54 Frfrh iscreet,
cl...aa cousi.curneut, supori r Sirk Marittlias of the 'att..:
styles, Silk Dross Patterns, Ducals, i•oplins, Oren 4.lir:ei,
13.,:miery, .hrortirlil. ri it ara..tn, arv: Men and Ch:l
droll's Straw '.late.
Will be added to the y•r it e' 4 table ;
150 dozen moo's Cotton ,roc'
P. Al. e VI,, Auctioneer.
LINEN DUSTERS, STELLA SU:NW-LS.
HMBROIDERY, u FiDAY ALNINiIi.
June 3d, at 10 o'clock, will be gild at the nom tuercial
anorue, No. 54 lith street, a large stuck • f Linen and Paid
Dusters, Stella and Printed Shawls, Moire. Antique Mantil
las, Berage Mantillas, Moire Antique anti nattu Sl;k.
Embroidered andltSilk Lace Socks, Ladies' fmbroiderrd
Cullers and Eileevte, Ladies' Cabae, Black and White Cuttoa
Hose, Trimmed Bonnets, Counterpane, Kid Gloves, Silk
Nett Mitts, Lawns, ‘tc.,
je2 I'. M. DAVIS, Anciamaier.
AROE SALE or PROPERTY IN AL-
J LEGHE Y CITY, on tile K. •it. Caruusou and
erreet, TIJII8D•IY i. Jut e SUL at 8 o'clock, • u
second story Solea Room of the new eueinft house, No. 14
Eißu sheet, will be kid, that very val cable and bmntifully
cated Real Estate of John Irwin, E.Mq , well kilowu the
"Rope Walk" property, situated oo the West i.2.311.111101t,
ivaid, Allegheny City, which has been sub-divided inn, Mid
of large size, the better to accommodate those desiring tu
erect fine , usidences; and Ind is range of mallet ots iidap:-
ed for comfortable homesteads,
Six lots fronting on the West Common or Irwin avenue,
between Ridge street awl Water lane, each 25 feat front, ex.
tending back Pile to a 2d feet alley.
Nine lots fronting on itidee and Central l• • .8. ;
- - .
which is lju feet wide.) said luta being al,Jut Zit, feet (runt by
::8.5 feet in depth.
Eleven lots, each 33 laid front, and our lot about 80 10 , -;
front, on Central street, each Pxtondi two finc.lre.!
and sixty feet to a forty feet etreet on the lin , the p op
erty of hichaid ttowen , Eoq
Forty !h.,. iota, '2,) feet frent on Cot: ire]
extending back toward Water lane 140 feet, to a twenty feat
Fur the satidfaction of purchasers, the lute have b-en
stated off and number,..l; ot which, plans cc t nod at the
auctien iltoro, and the premise biIOWLI on appituatiou.
Terms at tale. (1ay127) P. M. DAVIS, Aect . r.
_I PO ITIVELV Till; ''2 M'ErdE.
Of the great Auction Sa',.• of Gold and silver Wa)ches,
_ad beautiful gold Jewelry, at M'Clartl eye tiOd
So 120 ••••and street We have yet lett unsaid s :Urge ( , 1:01
desirable Lot of Jewelry. Ac, I great variety ail of
nallg, be cold. Goods WAY be hod id.r.tt4 • tich day, whole
sale and re.ail, at v , re law prices, and Ai shaj. prove U, •-
p oriented and xatiefactory. or money refarelel. am, It:
this stuck may be found one Mtigte Watch, vetoed at 3uu :
ri..llt. one dozen Fine Paten: anti U -:ached ddvers in Gold
;inn ting Can -11, and a flue lot tit eit , .•tr Watcher iti rarity
Alec, Gold liucid and Vent Chains, Gold and sitv
't.llClll3 and Pans; Cameo, Gold -stone, 11:.11ale, Plueemot
Inca and a great v.,nety • f other Brest Pius
tsar-Drops; Quid and silver 'V Bract I. ts. v.- B
town, Finger Hinge, Lockets, beek•Chams cud h.-
'idea many artiel •S in the lint not tI r 111,04 m d
in - -mOer that Saturday entitling will 11l at pUtiitiVt•i, th
t.,t of the at-nion gist, 13 , 11. it there should be any good;
I. after that ,
y the wi will lid closed out 810 , ,, as ix
are determined to - MT—a- di the entire tut. Na,o for bar
_mins ! The Show Cayes in which our Jewelry in exhibited
.•te f d sale: also, three ttr four Jewel. Trunlc and seen
pur Bosee, Salec commence each evening, at S ,'crock
TO SECURE A HOME NEAR THE ClT'
J' 117 3Et ar_, x. cl teis .41,_ 3/La 30
FIFTY BUILDING LOTS.
IN THE TOWN OF ETNA, NEAR
ki A ICTSBULLG.
ONLY THREE ➢TILES FROM THE 21 ry,
On Saturday June sth, 1858,
underaigned will sell upon the precuisea, nt the 3ortb
:of of the tzliarplburgh B idge, in the Borouli of Et HR.
nijoin;ug i h r. ehurp,
FIFTY BUILDING LOTS
13eautiful'c tied on the think of the Allegheny nver.
The pri p ciy is known a ALLACE'S EXTENSION OF
ETNA, enl is in all reepeci, 12 imitable. and desirable ior
tmilding purposes as um be hi-tti around tile du. it ii easy
of access by lllealld id the Lawrenceville en thharptibi- L :
Line of Omnibuses, which leave the city every hoar, and is
surrounded by a brisk and thriving community.
The Lote are 25 by IUU feet. requires no grading, and the
materials for building ere more readily obtainable than in
t ie city.
The Lawrenceville and Sharpsburg Plank Real runs di
tly to the property, which is also easily 84COSHib!v ty the
Butler Plank Road and the canal from Iguqueene Borough
and Allegheny City. The Allegheny Talley Bailread us a
ot - Lion at the end of the Bridge, where the trains atop twice
a day The pro/ erty will be add in fee sample, and the ti
tle is unexceptionable
The location ix well ariapkti cithir fur rt....ideucei manu
Plans of the 1..,te may Le seen at the emce o•f the under
signed, where garcons who may with to select and purchase
at privatg sale will Le ace. tum,dated.
'no Public Sala will taA - o plact, on SATURDAY, Juno sth,
011 toe limn:aged. aud will he made known at
the tale. JAMES 0. 111011EY,
ntyl7:t.3] Real Rotate Agent, No. 6,5 Fifth stro , t.
AMUEL FAIINESTOCK, No. 74 WOOD
street, Pittaburgh, has on hand a largo
D. B. avG.III
STOCK OF HARDWARE,
Which he will sell very low fur CASH. In addition to his
Links, Hinges, Halves and Forks, and Spoons, and a large
Assortment of Oarpenter'efoole, he has received a large cup•
illy of Sausage Cotters and &ilers ;
Shovels, Tongues and Pchcri;
Sleigh Bells, and Erisaneki
1 1 LIE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECTFU E,LY
tinuounco to their customers and the public, that ow
to the price of parley and llopq, and t, suit ill, tinie.
ti:,v are brewing a light and delicious Haver ri CREAM
A which they are selling $4 743 barrel, and have KEG;cI
CNN GALLONS each, to accommodate nrivate farailice.
~.y have also, X ALE, at $6; XX at $7, and superior
F.".NET at, $8 rA bbl., acd smatter casks in proportion.
excellent PO ATE FL AND BROWN STOUT.
421. - r- Olden sent to their Brewery on PITT STaIiET,
r prompt attention
GO .4.1%1D SEE,
GEORGE P. WERTZ'S
preroio t-tv Blind Factory ;
CORNER THIRD ANI STS., PITTSBURGH.
r ' , HOSE WISHING TO FURNISH THEIR
A House with VENITIAN BLINDS, of the moet exqui
site and elaborate finish, will find it to their interests to give
c o call before purchasing elsewhere. My work is gut up
b .; the beet mechanics (not apprentices.) Every attention Is
a to the wants of customers. Prices low. AU work
vr—; No. 72 TIT - 734T) Street. Pittsburgh.
DAVID H. WILLIAMS,
;IVIL ENGINEER AND CONTRACTOR
iL.) FOR THE ERECTION OF GAS WORKS, for from tiro
qurners au•.l upwards, and for Heating Buildingq, public or
i_rivAte, by ftgam, Hot Water or Fornacea.
y&lvin PITT:41011: H °A
CARTWIRIGEIT & YOUNG'',
(Sonwscrrs to John Cartwrighto
FL , * ANUFACTUREHS AND IMPO'it l'E
.1...Y1 of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Burgle A and, ar:l Den
tal Instruments, Pist-As, Fishing Tackle, eh ~ No. FA
Nticot! street. hey give special attention the to •nn'aolur
ng ,f Trusses, SupportorB, etc Jobbing and earibg
pinatuality end despatch. -,p17
g. tiESTER'S BOYS' STYLES,
Chester's Boys' Styles.
Chester's Boys' Myles,
Chester's Boys' Styles,
Chester's Boys' Styles,
Chester's Boys' :styles,
Chesttr's Boys' Styles
Are to be had only at GOTHIO HALL,
29 ()erne: Wo - ,d street and Diamond alley
troUlt OF THE DAY AND EVENING, AT THE
No. 186 Wood street,
my 29 BOWN k TfaLBY.
B °T S AND SHOES,
CHEAP FOR CABII,
TM. GIVE 118 A GALL. wy
/1-1 LASS.---500 boxes 8.110, 9x12 and 101[12,
T for vale by t iiENII , I H. COLLINS
IUTTER.-3 bbls. fresh roll, for sale by
mrl3 HENRY H. COLLINR.
(''IOTTON TRIMMINGS. —Cott on Fringes
f and Braids f.r trimming Basques and Childron'a
(nothing—all widths received, at JOB. HORNAVEs
ap.23 Ma TT Ma ke& stasat.
INDESTRUCTI B t 001A 1 1 NG.
CONSISTING OF CANVAS SATURATED WITH
IiEz7I,NOUS BSTANCE, ETC,
MAY, ri' . c • mnn
Light Cream :ale.
AT JOS. it, BORLAND'S,
No. 98 Market street, second door from Fifth
, - THE
t 1 c AL
fr DISCO ' 1
1 OF THE A GE.
MR, KENNEDY, of Roxbury, has ;ov
ered in one of onr common pp.uttire weeds a re.: 0,13
'rind of auxaor,
FI:0141 TEID.)f , xT CR4tJLA DOWN TO A OOMM(,N
t)• '4Eurlr. - .)
t. t• I PVC?
71. - kind of Plm
Two 'notx!oa to c;,r, _h r v.., !t. c:.tt' , .!
Lto L , •• L L., re P.ll . r.tuu:Lr
T.... , L:LL.LL of t.l-, 9.. 1L •;,-
'LL'..:II•, i L ; Cr.ll owl - apt • •
rttu , LinLf. WL,
• '`'' •+f f 3 , % ..f
rlntv-, 1 ~r". tb 4%)7n . ,
Two or ,re a:Lel - JAC/it ci
elgr • '• o•. %. ll' .•,:t of s.2ritrals
A I • • 1.... 1 'lle ..3 , 4t I.d.
p rr-oz our, I.‘ t•-t lA:tt quot,tlt3
..prr.oti6a c‘f La- NiesHeal Disetter;
la c!..itiu: all .! .)t i...lcra. iN wE.II established by 'lit
-f allt.r l ! used it, that need
n o tmeat skilful physi
ciao, ,2-ai r'rlics - kts L tho , Dnatry are Ru
the LJ your 1 0 .
it wit! , 'Knox, of th• , •nrative potivz. in relieviut,
all. 1 , 17 It, lu which you aro u'.
fortanatfly ".:L:.. .... ...t .3c - ixtattns .
Nulls ;•(, -“)HE :4011TH,
!z. , •
1 -9 cared ex if I,
ita iturr,.. r.reii
it ort(-r2;i r
, • :
!ute , 7•ll.r. • .•••-•
Ii '~ ~ .1
;!• t••• ~n EL),
.1 rD ‘4.1)
•,• ' . l . 412, !hit: a time-nue.
'• - • •,. bloom and !,
c qLI i• \•• , ; .air 1 - •••4t day!: gone. •••--
xr n , n,••'..n.• )•, rjrit' t/1 tlabb,
fihr, :os 1•••. - • !re - 1 11 - .4i. Then fol!ew
. •- '•• : I, pr y ia
' ,•••• .1 t,
• •'• H• ,
a z .lau :;rl.l tL, htp )411./ : turn 3.
t - “larc. I' i ; . • .)I`.• at:4i Yk' . . that MG.!. , knr ,
cf,ri.2. of •• •
11) , v in.. thr",,,H4 t•t woint,l3 or suffering frog
this 6,,,e1• a,ay etn.l their next
d o or ntathhor dnrs tr.t ^(111 ,- :. I wish to tmprt , —•
y,:or mind that an ounce , of procto
t: . ttta ..t•ound of cur.." th• ,
El); CAL DISCOVERY
Il•cth C, •cure , wait this gr,• , ,
ttn !g•.sal , lnality,t.at It .L fny circurnstonc.,
it, you, any itajp,-)
N clatugo die; ever - the best yoo .-an
1 - nniostn..l 7611 Lrs—Arit...,
ru tcn spas
m51 , 1e to all , ftatlturi
Ar.TIE:.? C. CUTLER,
13,.1 Ll,ineal for eight years from Asthma.
uveral Playse-imi eye, him up—he lased Ayer's Pectoral
find oth r Col.gh I, mill grew worse
EOW UGETABLE 11111P0r0,
curd him of cv,ry eemblanceuf b'.
PitEVARED B 1: BOWMAN &
~ +alo by
A LI•! DI
China, Glass, and Queensware
~ P l'.l:, ; l ' , 6T ,1.1!i 5 ❑-T OPENED,
AT THE OLD E3TABLISHMENT OF
3M IV MT,. lir MT. I
122 Wood utr,4l4, Pltts'qurgh
-- t.j.71.10 IS NOW RECEIVINi, FROM
7 Y Lill op, at, CIZIe3 11. , SUCILUHELL of
articla ii WI Iwo coniprinin i t flew 111.1 d teslidal shapes of
fir! White i3tene Tea. Dinh,. and linitit Ware, and the
same in Plain, Bar 1 and Flowere; Fine Wialte•
Vit.r.ned Iron Stiine Tat,li. Wore, iinown to be the must dar
able z. 0., in use frd tl
new styles, in Pore and Gold hand, either in sits or
pieces: hicilL: Gilt eziLl Uncor,l,l T,,ilet Sets; firit•
Pla ;Silver Tea .1`41)10 S `nu s,
ti ;up kilos et. . xvio: silver: Fat-. Ivori'Atandle.l
Carling, To fur! 6;1.1 se; Tea Waftera an.l
Cr 6., .; ant! l ra,3 Nfat Jap.D.ed and Dec.
~rarr4 Tin T rr. Set.
c r.73:1 fell a,orttnent or ail artitle3 nnith
:. , r the U UNTRY RETAIL a' prices to pleade
the ~,it•tic, who invited m examine this
CHAILDS at COD,
NO. 133 WOOD STREET,
AVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR
large SPRINT; STOCK OP BO:TS AND SHOES,
of a great variety or !seasonable and f_tahienahle
goods adapted to strin . t.; and Be znner Hales. Haring been
purchased for rednce , l price, they r—l warranted
in Haying that tiro, can supply merchants, by the
package or dozen, at as low prce-, u, the came una:ity of
goods can be purchased in the citify , . Particular
attention given to olden].
Ifa@' Ale°, a good supply of Nen , "iort. and Spanish role
lA_ RBI,E • ARBLE!
j 0 ETA Off C
Hes A BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OP
MONUMENTS, GRAVE STONES,
EnCloBUrea, Posts, bor.., Sue.
ppublic are respectfully inaitod to examine our btock.
low m work tromuuted.
Zia. 886 WM= 8251ELEL
1. :13 S 6
'f - -
[—Children from in
it,ut to ~p rrst, ,•
NALD Kc~NN~ ~
CINCI N N A T I
6_ l . U. fill'Y3ill, littsbnrwb,
Ix* lo: .
Fri , tich China of
FOSTER'S NEW NATIONAL TRAM.
Sol, Lease° and Manager..
Acting and Stage Manager
SCALE OF PRICES .
Private t., hold six persons
Dreg- Circlet Farqw..l t0...50c. Upper Tier
"Ac•Z- Doors open et 7 1 4.' o'clock. Curtain to rise at y to 8.
'ILVER ISM,, Juno 3d, 1858, will Go per
formod lb, drama, m two h_tl, of
It. TUE KING AND THE DESERTER.
Mr. W. J. Florence.
After which th,• protean farce of
Tie) Futms ...................... .................. W. J. Mimics.
Annie z•prucc, .......................
Frau Slighter e.kypipeefunderkiu
Bridget. ................................... r wJ. Florence.
Min , Prim ...........................
Ar,rwrit.: arj ................. J
To cuuolud, with
T!'1: 1/UL'-El) LION.
Lrytin LSD ,Thi.NI.III.2Z3S
STILL MULE CHANGES! LOTS OF NEW THINGS
LIOUSL,4 CEoWDED NIGHTLY!
!to 811CCi,I13 of Elio Minstrels is unparalleled.
01 THURSDAY EVENP , G, Juno 3d, _'s!h concert and
4th we:k of Moms Bros., Pell and 'irowbridge'b Minstrels,
oda, IoT. or 'Tia. now storm , eongm, Dancos, &c. First
night ~t the ho t First night of "Jenny lne."
I " I...e'venth night of
w,nde ful rig, firs! u...;1n of the
' , YU...1) E. i,11 , 1'1,,N MEDLEY.
Th: ‘'. , ,noy • e Ch - , , iv, r. has its fountain head.
•• : 1:I NNY Pli wending
t 9 1 , ~1 c k t Teo4l , BRIDGE,
o • ; on Z. 4till onward to lON
• Ks, . passcs TItA LITMAN,
.'..,, ft I I,y ..4.1 1 . 1 8..E1S I
It:11 ri!•1! !• fk • t.:` I
utand Farewell Matinee, when
' acre in first part, and
. , it.d. Tisk* is
Tie:, 13 cents.
• r , 4 a net or
• • w • Li , O. L.: ive,n as Collins'
;.; , ; •t , • t • t.t.: weer tt. the best Trrtang
yrl five, .0 liarno-s. Alen,
91010 ot.y. : 4 1 , Ibt:Dt.E worth $3O, to
tho own-, ,h ht.:3 Lik,ki will trot ono mile neatest to
three mint Wry plolkilk. to all horses. lin
n sure f,,. leu rota iio:se3 to btart at four o'clock,
P. L. 1-001.olv. - *lli trove the cassongor depot rf
rune Iceips ;1i - 3:20 o'clock, P. M., running to
tho grounds, Ii zero trt,.in Liberty station at 6
ck, P. Si. ,111 ontrioa -r tho oll,ve must be node the
C 0 1., !ANS' PARK T ItOTTINI;
/, e. 1 Of A. 11.
•.It3( z: Tl. t,[
. . gg y
Pty.,. r..); 1,1•1
Lihr • a titr al- 7
coin - to • act, 1.7e..1 •
t - tt.ttL. at the c:,: b`•, Libc-rty and Way u..
atr,tots, (itL AV or at ate. iml2l:ln.
AAlt;: , .,: , NUSICAf, FESTIVAL.
TIIP GLRMAA: .I',ORTII AMERICAN
IYIr Sit ;It, ASSOCIATION
W.ll c Ichr.‘tv !!!i tver , i - trir in thil city wt
JUNE; Stilt, 9th land 10th,
uEy, n A V F . 1' N
IN THE NEW NATIoNAL THEATRE
Over two Hundred and Fifty Vocal and
I nit runtental Pcrforformeru,
oun Nthon,t stale 01 Ihr bolt musical talent in the country.
t)u w,ich all t) • . mud, for am first thru3 irk
the 1:1,0 , 1 ..., , t4tea. the c-lebratv.i Monica' Tableau,
ON NJ E SEA. SHORE,
tt,, . 1 / 4 tznoult.e juihi Otto. This be au
:•. usi. :LI con: d,scriptive of the dim
.t: d t',•• ‘,, • ' wit the great
ill 1 6 ,1,1.1, Fra ,, , , a .1 litrmafly.
r!,.• .:1!I b., ihroction of tho eminent
bireetur, pi , ,Jr Kitty Atz
A T 1..1 FAYETTE HALL,
0 ,C14•ION n.r, ItTsN•ro.' Societlo3 belonging to the.
. rnp,.t , , for ;i oit.gulfic - mt eilrvr govitrr.
i4:N, .u, E]s - 11IT O'CLUCK.,
A SPLENDID BANQUET
‘..• Ili hi, the Rail: 11
TtIUIiDAY, the lith, 1.1 - .K , -.11 C.li o• gh the principal
-trev ter city.
'ic Nic at Denny's Grove
I't.NlS43, H o'c',cti, will closo with a
GR_4 N I) BALL
Pric, et' to (Intuit Concert, lirest
Circle and Parquette, $1 ; pp e r Tier. 50 cents' Prize
mice. t, .50 cents. Pic IC ie Grounds, 10 cents
13 VIA A
t.-4 - 7- ILL ALI t;NI) lo TIIE POSTING
V ail,: HUT!. ,)t all lc in•is of
1,,1 CONLIFIII • ac.
telegraph, or other u. —Sirrct_d -,
CO ti.- Morning Poet, will recoive
JAG ITER V,A:.* GALLERIES
CA ittl & CO.,
:' . ."kkoZog - rapheriq land A ALI brotypisis,
NEW IGRE. GALLERY,
With street, and
e. rV. our. o! ark,otn,rrct Pitt.iburgli.
PRICES TO :- 7 .U11: ALL. myl9...tf—,3p
13 11 UTOGRAP1IY.—! HIS ART HAS BEEN
br.li g ht to 9ucii urrt , •ccL,u teat pictures taken by this
proces3 have been Pr Alflrinco! I,..xlect by the scientific
world. They can 1.13 had &u their beauty and artistic
ene,cinco, at WALL'S PRIMP.% 0 17-tsar, on Fourth street,
A IsEAUiIFUL ANL) DURALILI:; PICTURE
It N •!' ET)
LN HAD AS LOW
AS AT ANY Fi ILST ()LASS ESTALLIMMENT
W LL'S, F< crab street
Removed to 21 Fifth Street.
11A RGO & CO.'S Pi..:.'.)TOGRAPIIIC AND
A 'l3 R(.Yri pl. .ALLIR Y hie Urea removed from
.urth to 'V.. A V, , , 1 near Market.
hAvin.4 h-ee Law eipevtilly for the purpose,
Wtt thr. , • krg aro not , wr0 , 1 , ,,9til in the city for
en °Cwt., converne.re lin 7 777 77, 3111.87 in in nrrungem on t.
nrr Our •,id a!,.1 :t. -, u19 soul those wishing en.
1 ,-, hi - , 0, , 5.tt0, art, itivitel AS., Reception 1100111
doh z5l - .€4.:,1..c3 the ,z•-ound lloar. epT
NEW DAGUERREAi‘;' AND AIIIBROTYPg
SKY .01. 4 71; F-LIGHT
FTH S'F En ; NEARLY OPPOSITE' TEM POST-OMON.
p 61: hit n•-ce., In all ti,e various styles, In. az,
'errant:,, at reasonable rates.
- re*- 'I. , e's , i•Vg4onft et their rvilden4e,
LAKE SUPERIOR COPPER MILL
iNIANUFACEURERS OF - SHEATHING,
irrazt,lY and Bolt Capper, Provad Copper Panama,
till Bottonta, z'fadt,r . oleo lawortera and
dealer 'l'm Pat :thew: Iron, Wi:n, ac. Constantly
!, ha .d, Tinnata'/ achiza. I and T o,a ‘Varrboude, No. 149
Fir,. and 120 5, , C0 , (1,1 qtre.d, Pat-dairgh, Pa. Special ord ers
Cup:.or cut to any d04ir,,1 my29tlyd6w
VoTiCF, TO AIICIIITEUTS,_
.11 In pursuance of a sego
t;,o anast , slousre, at a meet
oo rho I.;th ii!etant, P11:14, Spo , .itications
and 0.5t.iat , . 5 urn iiivited for tiro "rvction of a MON 051SIIT
::I of P , nn3ylvailia, who lost taefr
1,-,liuW.^. fore W - ar with liesie.). The cost of which, Ls
not to acerql the lnin of TIIiRTY 'fIit_IIISAND DOLLARS.
Ceugunweatluris rulth.t,..ier.l to the Governor, at liar
rieburg. . . .
funthhi 4 P!atll, wiil piece limd their ESTI
MATE - andor DeAl, at Choy viii be by the nee of the Com
F ,, r Plan which may he ii , lo,utA, a premium of Two
Itiiiifiredfl..l.la,s will be allowed—
By ,raer Comminsir,c6re.
C. W' . . I Z,ST& CO., OW'
LIA.7I7PA. , TtREIth
Ur:B AND SLEDigd
'cc,. 1,7 Pt-L/I1 n::GIY t , ~lTidßlikt IJ , PA.
, M , C al - 13E11 =W Zi• € O .
(oOtrZSMC . ILS TO liII??11AN, ,PC11.....r.RX
Foßw RUING A ND COMMISSION
3111.1iC cIANTtt, Wholesale 1` , 310113 ' . ..'.rodrice, Flour
and Wool, No. 114 Se:oud street, Pittsbargh,T ) ,a.
a a, Val NOBS:
Springer 11,,r1.31qh, JGSE3:,II E. 'Eider, St, Lode;
Fenv•ri Broe., 44
11. Child & Co., "Cornell & Dorsey, Baltimore:
Bugoley. Cosgrove A: Co., I Gel-ret
ieCandline, Means & Co., " James, Kent, Santee A Co. "
G. W. Smith, A Co., " Weaver A Graham,
Geo. ALA L. Hord, Cincinnati Keene, Sterling A CO, "
jA. B. Banton & Bros., " Yard, Gilmore k
..J C. FOSTER.
A. W. YOUNG
r will he charged elle
cr riding on tho
Ll 9 T El ,
9th, 3 o'clock
1. , of maserlai and