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Sleeting of Councils.
The City Councils hold n lipec.ial mooting on Thursdkt,,
night, Juno Bd.
In Soloist ,(bunch, protein, Messrs. ribuuett, .Iturger,
gorditan, Hammerer, Kiln, Kincaid, ,sorrow,
Wed and M'Anley, President.
The President stated that the obj•ct of the special call
was tltik the Treasurer found that the taxpayers were
so fast that the asaistauca of clerks was required;
and at the request of the Finance Committee Councils had
Mr. Barnett offered the following
Reareved, That the City Treasurer be and is y
authorized to employ two competent clerks for sixtyhereb thys,
to aid him (the Treasurer) in the performance of his duties,
and that said clerks shall be such as may be approved by
the Committee on Finance, and said Committee shall estab
lish the salary to be paid said clerks; the city in no wise to be
responsible for the honesty of the clerks. The salaries to be
charged to appropriation No. 13 .
Mx. Kincaid moved to amend by substituting the fol
licsolved, That s,ltOn be allowed to the City i for
the purpose of employing clerks during the time of ay.
=tit of taxes for the year ISbS, said clerks to be app; dyed
by the Finance Committee, without prejudice to the. city.
Mr. Morrow offered a substitute, which be afterwards
withdrew, and Mr. Bennett uiao withdrew his origivai
Mr. Kincaid's resolution was thou, on second reading, dis
cussed by Mr. Ward against and President M'Auley For t.
Uu the motion for a third reading, Mr. Ward calle,l the
yeas and nays, which resulted as follows:
Yeas—Messrs. Bennett, Berger, Hardman, Kammerer,
Kim, Kincaid, Morrow, Moorhead, and President-9.
A !notion was then made to suspend the rules, upon which
Mr. Ward called the yeas and nays, and the motion ass
carried by the same vote.
On the motion for the foal passage of the resolution, Mr
Ward called the yeas and nays, and the resolution
“dupted by the name vote WI before
nincil then adjourned.
'etniriou Cuuucil, President M'Kelvy In the Chair
, torthag, of the Fit:l,llC° Committee, presented a re
:, .1 c, ~Latllag that it was iiiipessible for the City Treasurer to
attend to the business of the office. The report was ac-coni
panted by a resolution authorizing the City Treaiuter to
employ two clerks for a period not exceeding ninety days ,
who shall be acceptable to the finance Committe.
While the resolution wits L. LI secoud reading, Dr.
leas spy ke against the resolution, as he thought the
rer should employ and pay his own clerks.
Mr. Dixon thought the duties of the Treasurer had b.'-
come more arduous since his election, owing to the fact ..1
Las beiug obliged to collect the taxes without the interven
thou of eellectord.
Mr. Thompson would oppose any further expense to the
city when there was a possibility of avoiding it.
Mr. Errett stated that the application did not cum° trod
the City Treasurer, but from the Finance Committee. He
thought it was merely a matter of convenie.uce to the pule
lie, in order to facilitate the payment of the city taxes.
After remarks from several gentlemen on both Bidet, Nlr.
Xrrett moved to strike out ninety days in the resolute.
and insert sixty days. The amendment was adopted.
Mr. Hamilton moved to amend by appointing u clerk k.
each Werd, which was lost.
Mr. Krrett moved to have the renolation read •• one r
wore," instead of tw•o. On re-consideration the naleudnient
The resolution was lost on third reading
The President read a communication from the Philniel
Board of Traoe, Wilting that a committee of five had
Leen appointed to confer with the City Councils of Pitt,-
burgh, relative to the repeal of the Tonnage Tax. The com
munication was placed on 610.
On motion, a committee of Live, three from the Common
end two from the Select Council, was appointed to receive
the committee. Messrs. Campbell, Errett and Sterling \vele
appointed on the part of the Common Council. S. C. Ceti•
:.erred, and the President appointed Messrs. Kammerer and
Ward on the part of S. C.
Mr. Errett offered an ordinance increasing the salary of
the City Treasurer to WU. Laid over on second reading.
suspensioa of the ruler was called for and lost. Cu mc
tion the further consideration of this ordinance was iudotl-
Ou motlou the Council adjourned
BRILLYIT ‘,P BILLY Heaths.—lt is with pleasure we an
nounce that Billy Morris, the well known Minix) "iu the
Morris, Pell and Trowbridge Minstrels, takes a benefit at the
old Pittsburgh Theatre this evening. We have no heeite
tion in predicting with confidence that the house will be ill:-
ad in every pert. No one who has listened to the many
quaint and original sayings he has put lorth during the
stay of the troupe in our city, will fail to be present en this
occasion. The bill presented for this evening is a very at
tractive one, and decidedly the beet programme yet offal ed
it includes the song of the Mocking Bird, Peter Gray,
Burlesque Shakers, Burlesque Circus, Spirit ilapplogs, Sli
ter's trained dog, the new songs of the Lost Child, Jenny
Lane, &c. In addition to these Billy will sing his inimitable
song of Peter Gray, and present each person in the audience
with a copy. Wu defy any One to go to the 'Theatre and
nut enjoy a laugh at this really excellent company. Their
stay here is rapidly drawing to a close, and we would say
to [biota who have tat yet visited the Thestie, stand
not upon i he order of,Lotir going," but go at once.
MSBOY HOSPiTA, —QUARTERLY REPORT.—Ttie following 14 a
summarised account of the Mercy Hospital, since the date
of publication of the last Annual Report. It comprises 'a
period of over three mouths, and brought down to the close
of the present. Duping this period there were in the Hos
pital Sixty-eight patients:—
Discharged duritig haute time 33
Remaining at proseot iu the Hospital
The expeussi of the Londe for raid period were seven
hundred dollars, and the receipts one thousand and seventy
dollars. Leaving a balituci3 of receipts over expenditures of
curee hundred dollars, , Lich has bc,,o appropriated to the
paying of the debt of the Hospital.
iIANTIFILD —lt Wii I be remembered that John Davis, the
young horse thief who was arrested on Monday, had in hie
possession a bundle of clothing suppoded to have been
stolen from a tailor shop in Warren. Mr. D. L. Byrer, of
that place, came lu the city yesterday, mid uu examining
the goads, identified them as his property. A commitment
was lodged against Davis for the theft. He denies taking
the goods, but admits that he stood outside while the other
mem whose names tie gave, took the goods. Mr. Byrer
says that the men mentioned bear a good character and are
entirely above suspicion.
THE TROT/IMO Lho clerk of the wkather dues
nut send ua more rain to-Jay, sport may be anticipated at
Collins' Park. A splendid set of harness, worth SSU, will Le
given t, the owner of the beat trotting horse. The hones
are to gu mile heats, the beat three in five. A tine saddle
and bridle, worth s3u, will also be awarded to the owner of
the horse that will trot one mile nearest to three minutes,
to go as they pleadr. LtOrdthl to start ut four precisely
train will leave ttie Pennsylvania Railroad depot at 3:21,
o'clock, running to the grounds; and returning, leave East
Liberty at ti o'clock. Quite a number of horses Lave Leen
entered, and the contest promises to he exciting. hoe ad
,iertlsement under head of ama Elements.
tut ItiTE.icEtiTEC, PAI —UII Wedtwaday evutting, Aldurtuau
i • .uwla roceisul lulurulatiun that a party uf vagralita had
Alaliumbic,l at a house uu Pennsylvania avenue, whore they
wain waking th , night hideuus with their revels. one wan
declared that a d..,zeu ynarts of whisky were taken these
during the afterwwu and evening. The officere wade a du ,
scent on the lwatfe, wher., they . talJte,rial Cwsar Lint ton,
Adaw Beaver, Jane CULall,r, Hiraw Swearinger, Wm. Wick.
tine and Mary NVaters. They Were sent to jail for terms
varying flunk five to thirty days.
P.T.LtduNS Yalu wish to buy cheap Carpets, for cash, should
boar is mind that A. NPTighe, corner of Grout and Fit th
atroeta, has now on hand a !next excellent assortment of
those goods, all wool, and extra heavy. Imported carpets
he °flora at arty to sixty cents a yard ; halt wool at thirty
tive cents, and hemp carpets at twenty. Parchment will
also and, in gloat variety, Mantillas, Silks, Dusters, Shawls,
Hoop Skirts, and a most excellent assortment of Dross
Goods, and all at wholesale New York prices.
LIIIOGN r.-A colored man named Joseph Blanc was tom
mittod to Jail yesterday morning by Alderman Itogere, for
the larceny of a pocket book from a white woman named
fermi:mos Scott. The two occupied the same house in a den
in the upper part Of the city, and in the morning the pocket
book was missing. Ball in the amount of three hundred
dollars was required, which thane was unable to give, and
was consequently committed,
OHL&P OLOTIIL'iii.—As the season is at hand when every
ono wants now clothing of some kind for summer wear, we
would recommend those of our readers who have uut yet
supplied themselves to our neighbor, Z. L. Eisner. lie has
on immense assortment of summer clothing, and purchas
ing his goods exclusively fur cash, he can supply them as
low as any establishment in the city. Call and examine the
assortment, and if you need anything Mr. E. can satisfy
you in every particular.
BOWMAN 6 V.IciArsALS BONPoOND.—" I would recommend
Bowman's Vegetable Compound to all Physicians who aro
at a lost to find a remedy fur Asthma. I believe it la as
honest a medicine as ever Was
JO9. fi. Paaar, M. D., of Philadelphia.
For sale by all the Druggists.
MUCIEHILLD, the yuuug man man char r ed, with young
Grier, with the assault on the German Vueiker, has been
released on giving security in the emu of $l,OOO fur his op-
yearance at Coml.
!ELAM Hera., alias Baird, committed to Jail on Wednesda3
by Alderman Lewis, for keeping a house of ill-tame, was re
leased on bail yesterday.
MARY KELLY made information against Mary Conley be•
fora Alderman Lewis yesterday, fur assault and battery.
She states that the latter Mary abused her very badly. She
was committed to jail for trial.
HARM STUOIDATII, of Allegheny, had a single case of die
orderly conduct before him yesterday morning. Fined an
BODY Bourn.—The body of a man was totmd In the Me
aougahela river, at the foot of Short street, yesterday after
auuri. IL bail Lug beau recygulati.
On last Salida), while Cul. Dickson, of Greensburg, and a
number of other persons, wore visiting a burial ground in
that town. a little sou of Mr. Dis.,n, (illy three years old,
while playing about endeavored to climb up,m a stone
w hi c h hod not ben properly set, when the stone fell upon
lino and injured him • ionsly In the abdomen. With
proper medical attenfiou was relieved, but hi, re
co, et y is doubtful
the house of M.r. George Lenthird, near A.i.tru4buriz,
Westilvirelited eannty , vas liceitroied be lire last week,
Mr. L I\ gold wurli and dome thoLey. Hi+ Leis will
A gentleman in Kittanning, who was In the habit of
keeping a small supply lager Leer always on baud, as a
tonic for his atomach's sake," tilscuverod, a short time ri-Zo,
that they, were oaten) levying contribution upon it, ea 1,,
supposed, tor the love of it. Procurlcg a smart doge ~,
tartar erni tic ho qui, tly ivaerted it in the, keg, Enticing it
with the remaining lager. Ina shun tinae tie. keg Meat,'
pared, hut in 11110 [0.11,4011 the medicine did Ito duty. ,t, v
oral bop, got very eMk. at the stomach, and their lute for
lag, audd my tug 00,1 to diaguat. They were dibCoVoled,
compelled to iickuovdedge ,be t,..er, and had to take the keg
home he 1,11,, , 0 .........it the Lit t may 1. rout
Mr. Jolie Wolf, ng,,l years. died lately at Ilk
residence in Hr ustivalle) lowiodup, ludiana county. lie
was one of the rind - tai re of that county, and tr, d the
ground uu aducti the town of lUtlicaLat ntiflldii before a build-
ing Wee a r ecte , i n it, Jo.epli Pittman. seventy-live years
iit Lig", died al, iit the rainy
He ee dad iti Iliac minium iii
On Monday evsning !ii t, A Wel:thrum) named Isaac Blank
ord woo drowned in Stony cr. tear Johnstown. He was
lig-aged in catching ilrift wood, for which purpose he abed
rope ed rouLd Li, wniet, with ri OULU. lied to the
her end. lJnuug ihiou a [him over a large lug, lie 4411.9
ragged Ity itd vielght to .1 rho loon of the current under
Le ro uter, while the rt vented him trtan extricating
We Lod y c,v,r4 d Llc 1,11 n 14-14,
Ml , l CIII t• 11. 50‘..1 /II 01 L. I ItcrCLlllel oICIII/led in
ht. ny etlCLip d dr,, g
FO , TIWA n ATIONAL :tud Mr, Florence had another
good house at Fl , st.,; ' , Theatre I 4ot night, and war w
mired by the audience ie then ( inimitable personation& A
splendid bill ie uttered for thin • 'coning. The new comic
drama by Charlie Eey ,of New Yurk, entitled The
Mormons, or `alt Lake Life,' will tie presented fur the first
time, Mr. and Mill t'iorviwo appearing in it; Mrs. Florence
also appears in five i:haracterH w :lie farce of 'The Young
act t c g's , •11tortainmr , nt couchiticH with
The Irish Lion '"l'fils 18 a rare bill, and we expect to see
a full honye. Ti, marrow er,rcing Mr. and !re. Florence
take a I , eueiti , which will cauclude th e r
I E0'...1) LARCLN 1 -
A titan Nair T,d,uss i:runk W:1B be-
Curti yest.idity. charg•ii with btealiug thiveu
thillarti from a Mr White, who keel.; a boarding 110 U. on
Water ,trert. Tli , i moue) was nut inn ud un hint, hot the
idonce b,re strongly against flue, end the )lay or required
Jail hi /Ito auto of SIOO, which he lard but obtained 'alit
* HE DINTRICT COURT wItS uut is ti m3iOIJ yeBltirday. lts
diol.l bits nearly clokoi
MAY,a WI:A.VER h,•! tou comui,,u caßus yvnierday tuuru
mg. Six tof them pant weir flues. awl the remainder ware
twat to the hill.
Ir is a fact worthy the notice of all wh, buy clothing
either ready made or ordered, thst Carnahan, Allegheny
City, hawing built up a I.rgu bselueison tae cash system, is
now furnishing a illilliOUlll,lo garment of superior quality
at pricey bolo:•. th; regular rates Th. , se interested will du
well to give him a trial.
Cz:11; DR. '010.11,101i
“BILTERS,” fur Dyspepsia, I'latuiPll,,, Heaviness of the
Stomach, or any other like atlectim, is second to nun.: in
America ur abroad. T 0 he able to state confidently that
the " Bitters" are a certain cure for dyspepsia and like dis•
eases, is to t',e proprietor.: ii source of unalloyed pleasure.
It rem ;yes all morbid matter f,om Stomach, purifies the
blood,imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system, giving
it that tone and energy so indispeniable for the restoration
of healt i. The numerous no of its superior
excellence and beneficial results, have maned the proprie
tors that it cannot but prove a seat cure to the afflicted,
and impart vitality to the thorough system.
For Rail, by Irug4ist-f,aILI cb.ab.r, vi,,ry - Rhere
and by 's .STETI'ER &
f).4 Water Front utre,lll
Tali GREAT SUCCESS whick hqs ever attvuded :he
ate of J. M. i)liff'ci C.lebrutcil 'tad the nu•
inuruus cortificatiti which i:re daily their fay.fr,
show n mchnively that thy ate Op , tiro t and most n.lin-
Llr pmparatima k to I ever lutro the public
\I at this sue-som when It-e, of appetite Ili so prevalent, to;
cunlutting thc,ir own incc•r,ic C.c.!) tiff crd to do w ithout
them. Th •lb t7 , •ri ito pl,arant to the to-to and agreeable
in their utlee As a fault they co - • delightful ; they are II
reliable remedy for C etc., and a titre
preventive of moat of the icr,vailing dice-1 , :c.• of the day.
For salt, by J. !LI. ULAN, s ile pr.priutor and manniactun r t
No. 267 ['Eon qtreot. Pn; rif,F\l.,fr
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(bmmitt, of Arbitratifni Jr, May.
1811 IA FI DICK EY. Vi, PrHidelit
U. EL PAULSON,
Weekly Review of Pittsburgh Markets!
bb-porbq by Jo,E. :1 „xi.r. , r;r..2e-rbh7.( of
PITT,BUFLOII„Juno 3, 1858
There is a general falling off in every department
of trade, and the markets ar., almost entirely devoid
of feature. It is evident that the business Beason is
nearly over, and that we are approaching the "dull
The rivers continue ui,th, but there i 3 little
doing. along our wharves.
The Money market continues easy, and our banks
are readily discounting all the good paper offered .
The rates of exchange are unaltered ; Philadelphia
and New York sight drafts we quote at premium
Elr par and for currency ; Ba.ltunore par to per
APHES—The mat ket is dull. Pots are altogether nom
inal at 5Ac. Petris are selling at 5 , 4a05 1 4:. Soda 3!4@4c.
Nitrate of Soda 0!". 2 " . . COElColltrutnd Lye 140. ' i 9, lb.
APPLES... Thereare no recii.pis, and the supply ie quite
short. The quotations are nominal at $3ap.1 7 6, bbl, its in
9U r supply ill market, is moderate, but the de
mmd is not large. Choice roll in so . llirmg at 11(ajlc., 76 th.
BACON—The market continues deli, the large supply of
country having a tendency to depress tho prices We (plots
..Liintry it tij.“o , 3 3 .Ajc. for Shoulders, 71;,:a117!..,',c. for Sides, and
dassi,-42c. for Dams. City cure! sills 111 4111.1:1 lots at 7c. for
shoulders, 9c. for Sides, and fur ILIUM. Sugar Cured
FAN t little &main], and prices have de.
chued ; we have heard of a few small sales of prime small
white at 75c. 'l3 bushel, though holders are asking $l.
BKooslS—There in a good supply in market; sales of
common are regularly made at i 1,25 and v hotter kinds
$2 ; fancy luta committal $2,200r452,50 dozen.
BUCKETS AND TUBS...The Beaver manufacturer& prices
MO as fullows Buckets, common, f 1,60 an doz.; Buckets,
throe hoops. $476 I..r.tra largo 'rube, three hoops,
$7, 711 l doz.; do. do. twu hoops, $6,75 do ; No. 1 Tube, $6,00
d u , ; No. 2 do. $5,60 do.; No. 3 do. $4,76 11 0 .; N 4 do, $4,00
; No. 2 Keelers, $2,76 do.; Half Boidiels, $4,76 du..
Manilla Rope, coil 13 lb Manilla Rope, cut . 14 "t./lb
Caned " " 14 V, Ib l White " " 167i1. lb
H u mp " " 15 70 lbl Tarred " 16 lb
Packing Yarn, 5ue......13 70 lb Packing Yarn, c0rn.....12 a lb
BED CORDS— 'Manilla $1,87, $'2,61(65;3,75 56 dozen ; manilla,
coil, 16c. 'p lb.; Hemp $1,57, V2,75,(05,.3,75V dozen ; Hemp,
IS coil, 12c. lb.
PLeuuu LlNES—Manilla 87c. zS dozen. Hemp 70c, par doz.
COTTON COnnsar....Cotton Ropo a and upwards, 20; do
below rpf i , 22; Bed Cord }72,503,62(d..4.75 V% dozen; Plow
Mei $1,25; Sash Cords $6,60. •
OANDLES...The following are now the current rates of
city manufacturers: Moulds, 13c. V lb.; Dips, 12 , ,4c.; Star
supply of new W. R. is unmoving, and
sales are now making at S(8 1 ,::,c. IA lb.
CRACKERS—The price e have undergone a further de
cline. The quotations are now an follows : Water Crackers
V lb 5c.; Butter do. tic.; Sugar 7,4 c.; Soda 6;4c.; Boston tic,
pilot Bread V bbl. $4.
DRIED FRUIT...There are n t many Apples offering;
sales are now rowdily made at 51 23 1.1 bushel. Peaches con
tinue soiree and firm at $3 6203 75 V busied.
EGGS...The market Is not so well supplied, arid the price
has consequently advanced, sides being made at 834@9c.
I:WWI—Tim market continues dull and depressed, wish
out any material change from last week's prices. Sales,
from first hands, are made at $3,25(43,40 for superfine, and
4;3,75(43,90 fur extra. From store the ruling figures are
4.3,62 for superfine, $4,12 for extra, and $4,50 for extra fam
PHBD...Thero have been considerable sales at the mills
and on arrival at from 40 to SUL.. 6l 100 lbs. for Bran to Mid
FEATHERS...SaIes of prime Western ire made on arrival
at 45c. V lb. in small lots, and from store at 61.1 c.
Fllill...Mackerel No 3, large, ar , still firm at $12®12,50
bbl., and $8,25W,50 half bbl.; Halifax Herring s6®
$6,25; White, common, $10011; Lake Superior $l2; Trout
$9,50®10. Codfish 4%@5c. i lb.
FIRE BILICII....BaIes are regularly made at $28©40 M.
tll RMAN CLAY...The prices have materially advanced
in consequence of the light supply in this and other mar
kids ; sales were made lately at $45®50 "til ton, some having
been sent eastward.
GRAIN...Gats are In good supply, with a ready market;
sales are readily mule on arrival a 27c. 00111 Is scarce,
a nd i d wiling on arrival at 45 ii.47c. ty , ., row first hands,
48c. Harley umiinal at 45(4:500. AVbeal 70,4,5uc. Li a r. Penn
sylvania, and 75(05c. Seuthern.
GROCMRIES...Sugar is selling to the city trade at 7%©
and to the country at Bc., it is lees firm. Molasses
stead at Sac. to tli. country. Ootree, Riu,1.2@1234c., and
Rice 5 1 4@tic. 61 lb.
LARD...The market is quite dull, and the prices have
declined; country is nominal at 10 ,Cfslo4, and city 11c. fur
HAY—liogular salea from tub liCakS at from $9 to $l5 t 1
HOKINV...A. few saleB have beeu made at "0 bbl.
RIDES—The market is firmer, Dry Fliut we quote at
1010170110 k Green are steady at uo, au d Green Salted at
IRON AND NAILS—The quotations of manufactured
Iron aro as follows :—Common Bar 2% to 2%c. V Ht. Nal23
aro Boning at $3@3,25 for 10d. to 40d., according to quality ;
the terms aro six months' credit, or 6 V cent. discount for
LEATHER...The market is improving with an advtuaoe in
prices to the following quotations :
Rod Spanish Sole fil tb 22&28c.
Skirting.... . ...... .. 28fg80c.
Harness ..... ....... - 24@260.
Upper 7, , d,rl , ~ $80@39
LUMBER, Seasmied...Tho following are the quotations of
seasoned lumber, from the yards in the city:—
Common 1 inch Boards,l3 1000 feet. $l6 00
Clear do 82 00
Flooring dressed do ..
Shingles, ll 1000 8 50
Lath, 2 25
Oak flooring, dressed, 1 inch-111000 feet ... 80 00
,to do 11,4 do . 82 00
LUMBER, Gre.en...The market Is unchanged; sales are
making at the river at $lO per thousand feet for amanou
and $2O for clear. Shingles, $2,50 ip thousand.
m p.SA PORB—Sales of country have been made during
the week at $l7 "0 Dbl. and of city at $18; some retail rialto
of tun lacier have been made at $18,50®5.1.9.
METALS... Pig Lead has IT' dined to 6, and Bar to ear(a)7;
Sheet Copper 85036 e; Sheet Brass 82c tb.
OlL...Lard oil No. lis stead, at 85c. Linseed Is firm at
au advance; It is now held at '7oc.
8.11419 of Allegheny No. 1 have ie
evtly been made at s2l@)s2s ton, 6 months.
PIYTATOES...The market is now well supplied and dull;
sake on arrival have been made at 26c. for reds, 30c for
mixed and 36c. for Neshannocks. From store the prices are
30c. for reds, 35c, for mixed and 40c. for Neehannocks.
POWDER...There has been a decline in the prices f 76c.
on former quotations of Blasting and $1 on Rifle; tba qao
tatious now aro for Blasting $4,25 "0 keg; Rifle $6.
BAND STONE...Regular sales of Rnutingdon county, at
$9 Vl ton.
SALT—The manufacturer. have recently reduced their
prices. Allegheny No. 1 and extra may now be quoted
at $1.@1.1.5 bbl.
SEEDS...The season for Clover and Timothy is now over,
and there is nothing doing. FiLadoed is in good demand
$1.12@1,15 7z.1. bush.
SOAPS...Tho following are the manufacturer's prices
b , No.l Patin EiA; Chemical 5%; Caiitileand Toilet
SELK.KT NOS, Y. 4 NS, he_ Thn pricve have declined,
and I,llot:ring tut, ziuw the rutud: Eagle kil.ntitigi 8%40.
ff ttrd , NiatgaratilA
No 5 10 i❑
cluAlvo. 1b... 22 4 .
Nos. 11 and 12... 43 (E 6
13 . 24 (a) .
Nu. 14 *25
Nu 15 26 ©
No. 41.. t, , 9 •••
No 500, t , .6, 11.
No. 600 10 ( . 0
No '..00 S
No 1000 8
Coverlet Yarn 29 (0)
TALLW...The pricx;S have advanced; we quote rough at
7 %c.0 lb, and rendered at 10%c.
WHITE LEAD, LYTHARGE, Scc—White Lead is firm
and in steq.dy demand at $2,50 '0 keg for pure oil, and dry
Gc 70 lb, subject to the usual discount. Red Lead 93.6('g90,
net and Lytluirge 8%.
IirINDOW CLASS—The prioea for city brand& have ed•
vanced, and we correct our quotations as follows :-4.t8 and
7x9, box of 50 feet, $1,80; Bxlo, $2,15; 8.T.1.1, 9xll, 5x12,
and 10xl2. $2,40; Bxll, 9r13 and 9114, $2,65; 10x15 and
lurlti, $2,75; 10 ? cent discount off. Country brands tOc.
WHISK Y...'rbe market Is steady and not vory active; raw
is sailing at 17%418c.; rectified at 20g.21c. 0 gallon.
The markets during the week were rather dull, the de
mand being ..ntfruly local, and the prices a shade lower.
The offerings at both yards amounted to 403 Beeves, 1081
3heep, 179 Lambs, 1160 Hogs, and 60 Yeah/. The following
are the details :
19 J. Reed .
42 Gray & Corwin
21 Thomas Alexander
15 John Kei•win
25 A. M. Clarke & Bled
18 E. Clang
17 T. D. Titbits
55 J. Myers & Bre
20 D. Crabb
41 Marks & Cu
7 A. Robinson
9 Paxton & Wilson__
18 P. Stunk
15 J. Zeigler
8 J. Wilson
40 James Bullock
16 James Morgan
10 Transient dealers—.
The offerings at both yards amounted to 1061 Sheep and
179 Lambs, of which were sold 611 Sheep and 179 Lambe.
The cnices obtained fur Sheep at Allauder'e were from $2
to $3 head, and at Veach'e $2,90 "til head The Lambs
brought from $1,60 to $,2 head, as in quality.
.2ciu head otivn.,d; 90 Bold, the balance sent east. The
prices ebtalned were g 4 (a}4 gross.
.A.l.elut Go head %ere offend at the yards and railroad
platforms, all of which were sold at from $3 to $5l head.
About 26 head were shipped east from the William Peo❑
Yoax, June 3.—Cotton unsettled; 1200 bales sold, the
quotation, nominal. Flour firm; 15,000 bbls 'old. Wheat
~noyant; 100,000 bus sold; Milwaukee Club 1381:484; Western
trod 976341. Coru firm; 42,000 bush sold; mixed 59C442;
White 92@c75; yellow unchanged. Pork heavy at sl.4@
14,25. Bacon steAdy at B@B% Sugar steady; Muscovado
5;,5@5%". Freights cm Cotton to Liverpool Srlfid; on Grain
co Liverpool 7@B.
NEW Yons, Juno 3.—Stoclis higher. Chicago and Rock
Island 75; Illinois bonds 87.", i; Michigan Southern
93; New York Ceutal 76%; Reading .1-1 .2 '; Virginia 6'e 9a;
Ishuari 6's 84 1 /,'; Galena and Chicago 88%; Erie all; Cleve
;and and Toledo 3616 . ; La Crosse land grants 3314
CINCiNNAU, June 3.—Flour, 1000 bbls sold at $3,70@54
;he market is unchanged. Whisk v has advanced to 18c,
with sales cr 900 bbls, and an active demand. Provisions
dull and lower. Bacon tildes 814. Mess Pork $lO. Bulk
3ides nominal at 7%. Money is ealy at 7@lo. Exchange
to unaltered and is dull at 5 , 6 premium for eastern.
W. W. MAIlt,
Fancy & Plain Furniture & Chairs,
Warerooms, 42,1 Penn street,
ABOVE THE CANAL BRIDGE,
attention to UNDERTAKING. Hearties and Carriages
Pittsburgh Water Cure Establishment.
1 41 08 THE CURE OF ALL KINDS OF
"teases, located at EIAYSVILLE STATION, on the
Pittsburgh, Furt Wayne and Chicago Railroad, ten miles
West of the city. For the healthful exercise and amusement
,f patients, and others friendly to the syetem, who may
wish to spend some time with us, we have lately erected
One GYMNASIUM. and BOWLING ALLRY.
Address Box 1304, Pittsburgh, Pa.
EL CHILD S & C 0054
AVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR
Urge SPRING STOOK OP BOOTS AND SHOES,
c insisting of a great variety of seasonable and fashionable
geode adapted to spring and summer sales. Having been
purchased for cash, at reduced prices, they feel warranted
in saying that they can supply Western merchants, by the
package or dozen, at as low prf cos as the 8111:118 quality of
goods can be purchased in the Eastern cities. Particular
attention given to orders.
WO" Also, a good supply of New York and Spanish Sole
INTENDS FORMING A CLASS OF
• . lh
Curp,t , :teu.as.col. 28 (ci)
" white2Bto3s 21
flatting, No. 1.... 17 (g)
No. 2 ... 16 @
Family Ratting— 18 @
eraabing 10 @
L ISCCI/1 N Y CATTLE ittikßiuvr.
ALLIGHENT CITY, Jane 3, 1858
SHEEP AND LAMBS
New York Stock !Market
1,;,•-• in addition to the Furn'turo buninese, I also devote
J. LIIIRFORD M D.,
taylo:3:ndaw-1.41 PIIDASK, M. D. Phyeiclans
. . „ 'fie feti7 ig
.." 1 . I'il liii %
IA a ILL
IE4 I•ii ', 1 g
1,7 11 1
p 4, 4 :4 , 7111 ,,,,
, 4 , 7,1,- , ---:.-4
NO. 133 WOOS STRISIET,
Wialtingto receive instructions in the
'ranch Ms 2% 33. gia.
es.. Apply et No. 163 Third street. mylo:tf
A GOOD CHANCE TO SECURE A
HOME al . THE WEST.
Several tracts of GOOD FARMING LAND, In Illinois and
lowa. Also, some CITY LOTS in Chicago, and other west
ern cities, will be exchanged for improved property in
Pittsburgh or the surrounding towns, or for a good lot o
Furniture or Carriages. Apply soon, by addressing J. C.
S., Pittsburgh P. O. my2o2w-is
M AIRBLE 1 MARBLE!!
JOMJ e - 10 1 0 ..ffge
HAS A lITIAIIT/FUL saronoN OP
MONUMENTS, GRAVE STONES,
Enclosures, Posts, Sic., &e.
The public are respectfully invited to examine our stock.
Primo low, end work warrant ed.
1/10-44 gla WIWI MIMI%
CuMPLYING WITH THE URGENT REQUEST r. F HUN
DRIIDS OF THEIR PATIENTS,
DR& C. Al. FITC.EI AND J. W. SYKES
PERMANENTLY IN PITTSBURG ,
and may be coneulted at their office,
No. till Penn ztreet,
Daily, except buudaye, for
BRUNURITIB and ALL 4 ME I: A itON CO VPLANTB,
complicated with, ur camilug pulmonary diteile,
Catarrh, Heart Dmease, Affections of th,,
of Ctitefamtiou ie LAlStlti upon the fact that the disease exists
in 0 • tiltApi and system t , uth b• . lure and dorini its
dreozopment to the lungs, and they therefore employ
Icitl, Hy giuuic and Medical retnediev to !nutty the Iduud and
etreugtheu the system. With these, they uco ALI N.
EIALATIONB, which they value highly, hut only e ; Pallia
tives, (having no Curative effects when used alone„) and I r, su
lids arc earnestly cautioned against wasting the
time of curability on any treatment based upon the ;dined
ble, but tutee idea that the . 663 t of the disease can be r, oohed
lu a direct manner by Inhalation," for, a before tented, the
teat of the disease is in the blood and its effects Lrray al the
Akir - No charge for consultative.
A list of quirstloas will be sent to those wishing to
as by letter. my'29;dAw
YuIING MEN'S LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.—The
Library of thiri ingtitution having been t.-iiiadtlifieti,
the Librarian will be prepared on and after THURSDAY,
the 10th 'fiat ,to furnish books to members. By order.
myl 8 LIBRARY COM t'
NIONONIidiIIiLLA SAVING FUND COMPANY.—
NOTICE—The Stuck r , abscription Books of the
1 ustitutiou, will remain open for a short Lime at th , office,
No 69 iiraut street. Auy pt.CBOl3 cAlling on 0.1 Seci•rtarl' i
will Li furnished with a copy of Charcor by-i
incouut dap, every Muuday, uctua Lutist te4 ott, , re.l before
3 o'clock, p m. , same day
CORONER.—The undersigned otfers himself
ll candidate before the next Democratic OOLlVbEltiou for
the office of Coroner, and asks the support of tha De
mocracy [jell LEbTOT RED.
OFFICE MONONGAHELA INSURANCE CO.,
Pittsburgh, May 21,-1858.
TEE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTORS of tho Men
ongahela Insurance Company, of Pittsburgh, have thin day
declared a dividend of TWO DOLLARS PER SHAER, to be
app led to the reduction of the Stoic Notes.
tuyiaidw HENRY M. ATWOOD, &oratory.
PENN'A INSURANCE CO., 011 PITTSBURG , I,
May 18th, 1858.
THE DIIiECTuRS OF THIS COMPANY HAVE
this day declared a dividend of FIFTEEN PER
CENT. on the Capital Stock paid in, out of the profits of the
last six months. FIVE PER CENT. payable in cash, and
TEN PER CENT. to be applied as a credit on the notes of
StockhOlders. I. GRIER. SPROUL,
ruy2l:lln , -Secretary.
TILE VERY THING VOR TUiLPID lAVRIL.—EaEnnoI
B. Roblßon, sap,:—
Having sold Hooßaud's German Bitters for two years past;
In this community, and having witnessed their offecta upon
weak and debilitated constitutions, and them much troubled
with " tot bid Liver," I have no hesitancy in Baying they
are the thing each people should use.
25 $2,75 ©3,50
. 40 $3,75 aver.
1 u $3,60(44,50
:Put' sale by FLEII:Jt4 MUM,. kud ;Jr. li. kti7ytt4g,
BRANDIES, GINS, WINES, ETC.,
FINE OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHISKY, PEACH
AND APPLE BRANDY. Al SO,
RECTIFIERS AN D DISTILLERS,
Corner of Smithfield Rod 11 , `ront Streets,
apllj PITTSDURGII, PA.
tkgy.,Bagn bought at market prices. tuyB
OHN MOORHEAD has removed to
N. 74 - Wia: or btru.n, b..ilevz Market
HOE W.iil 21
p.. 1 4
Have concluded to remain
Dyspepsia, Ga.atilia, Female Complaint,, tt
sitz , Uai .t BYI F 8 %you' stato that tile, t. t-atiLvut
WILLIAM PHILLIPS, Pretudent
J. It 1. 1 ;
hihrarannsuono, Tenn., April 9, 1856
J. &'l'. GROUTT,
S. B. & C. P. MARKLE,
PRINTINO, JOB, AND ALL RINDS OF VYBAPPING
1 ::111 FL
Warehouse, No. 27 Wood Street,
PIO METAL AND BLOOMS,
No 74 WATER STREET, EiEI2 I W MARKEL
writ) PITTSBURGH, PA
PITTSBURGH STEEL WORKS.
SAAO JONES JNO. L. BOYD WM. McOULLOUGH
JONES., BOYD & CO.
SPRING, PLOW AND A. B. STEEL,
SPRINGS AND AXLES.
Corner Ross nod First Streets,
iYah PITTSBURGH, PA
MOORHEAD & CO.,
American, Plain & Corrngatefl,
GALVANIZED SHEET IRON,
Nor Roofing, Guttering, Spouting, Etc.
AGENTS FOR WOOLS PATENT
IMITATION RUSSIA SHEET IRON.
Warehouse, No. 136 First street,
mr26: y is PITTSBURGH, PA.
b&LC JONID D. L. Avant
D. ROGERS CO.,
ROGERfP IMPROVED PATENT
STEEL CULTIVATOR TEE,TII,
CORNED RoBB AND FIUIT EITREIITS,
WILLIAM CLAYTON & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 87 DLA3IOND ALLEY,
Near Wood street,
Alta?- Atwayu on hand, Blackberry, Cherry, and Cognac
Palladian, Old Monongahela and Rectified Whisky, of the
ed beet (malty. dele7delt
JAMES A. FETZER,
Forwarding and Conimission Merchant
YOR 11H 8&1-1/ 01
tour, (}rain, Bacon, Lank }Suitor, Seeds, Dried Prui
and Produce generally,
Corner of Market and First streets.
PITTSBU tIGH, PA.
RIIIII To—Francis G. Bailuy, William Dilworth, lir,
. Cuthbert A Son, Pittsburgh; Boyd & Ott, Heiskell
weariugen, 8. Brady, Cash. M. & M. Bank. List & Howell,
Mangle & Co., George W. Anderson, Donlo Paxton & Co.
China, Glass, and Queensware.
SPRING STOOK JUST OPENED,
AT THE OLD ESTABLISHMENT OF
XX 3E2 ZIT 3EL -sr ME X 41:5:- 33 "Er ,
1.22 Wood street, Pittabuxgb, Pa.
vv -Ho IS NOW RECEIVINii FROM
Europe and Eastern Cities, a choice assortment of
articles in his line, comprising new and tasteful shapes of
Pearl White Stone Tea. Dining and Toilet Ware, and the
BMW> in Plain, Gold, Lustre Band and Flowers; Fine White.
Vitrified Iron Stone Table Ware, known to be the most due
able now in use for Hotels and Steamboats, French China of
new styles, in Pure White and Gold Band, either in sets or
single pieces, Richly Gilt and Decorated Toilet Sets; Brit.
tennis and Plated Castors, German Silver Tea Table Spoons,
Soup ladles, etc., plated with silver; fine Ivory Handled
Carving, Tea and Table Knives and Fors.% Tea Walters and
Trap; Shaker and Sea•grass Table Mat% Japaned and Deo.
orated Tin Toilet Bet.
Also, a o)mplete and fall assortment of all articles suits
ble for the 09IINTRY RETAIL 'MADE, at prices to please
the public, who are respectfully invited to examine this
TCE CREAM! ICE CREAMII
- The undersigned having Just fitted up his ICE CREAM
SALOON in a very tasteful and comfortable style, would re
spectfully inform his friends and the public generally, that
he furnishes them a delicious ICE CEEASI of different fla
vors. Soda Water, Fresh Cakcs, Gum Drops, Bruits, etc., at
all times on hand, at the Confectionary of
FRED. A. hUEBSOH,
St. Clair street, opposite St. Clair Hotel.
Particular attention paid to orders for Plc-Nice and
Summer Lager Beer.
ripLIE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO
11, inform his friendstit s the public in general, that he
IS in the daily receipt of delicious Beer, from the well
known Brewery of J. N. Straub, Allegheny City, it having
been pronounced to be the beat that was manufactured here
for many years, CLEAR, TASTEFUL and PURE. Give me
a call and try it. JOHN ROTH,
ap2Alf At his old stand, Yo. 26 Diamond
,Borders and circles for Tes
t" be eals ay ANSI] W. P. MARWIAL.I. A 00.
A. M. Pollock,
A. 6. Mclichtuu.
'8 S. NOON,
Secretary and Tr.uplurer
a. USSEL 1 4 'S PAT EE N `IP
CONSIbTIING OF CARIVA.s .:i,.ll.TUßAl'lriEllb WATER
REsINOUS SUBSTANCE ETC,
I[ l llE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO COVER AND REPAIR ALL KINDS OF
Ji . Roofs, with Russell's Mastic. This composition is adapted for all kiwis of floors, Rat or steep; it can also be
applied oe Tin. Iron, ur 0d 4 incise, making a perfect Job. This composition is not affected by atmospheric chati,tes;
it will to ither crack nor run ;‘it is impervious to water ; FIRE PR 101? and more durable than any other kind of '' of
lug. This roofing material used in vas quantities throughout the United States, on Rouses, Bridges, Rolling Mills,
Railroad Cars, and steamhoe giving with' satisfaction, and is Ca, umiderod a perfect protection from the elements.
Although this roofing was only introduced here in 1866, it can he seen on many of the buildings iu the city. Ale:, 01l
must of the Railroads.
I her, refer to a few places where this Roofing is in use, and can tee semi--Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad ; at Belle
Air; Bridgeport; Martinsville; Portland; Lagrange; StenbenviLe; McCoy's; Wellsville; Liverpool and Rochester Sta
Lions, and the Manchester Depot; Pennsylvania Central Railroad ; Spruce Creek Astoria Station, Mill at Tipton and Par
sonage et Altoona; Allegheny City, Westminster College, and many °the. P.oildinve; Pitaitairgh, J.iMcCully's h care
hoes, rteu. rrimble's Hotel; also, numerous others in this city.
All orders left at No. 247 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH, (where sC6inplc.B of the :no
terial can be teen,) will receive prompt attention, hy
apt W. F. FAENESTOCK, Agent.
. . .
A JCTION SALES.
LARGE SALE OF ()LASS AND QUEENS
WARE.—Ou FRIDAY MORNING, June 4th, at 1U
o'clock, will be sold lu the basement of the Cutnmerciel
sides Rooms, No. 54 Fifth street. a large And complete as
surtwent of lirst quality White Ili sun Wares, comprising
t'eas, with and withetit handles; Coffees, with end wi•liout
handles, Clap, Brealifsst, Dinner and Soup Ptat,ss nom 3 to In
inches; Dishes from 7 to 25 inches; Tiqs fouls, bugars,
Creams, howls, Pitchers, Covered Dishes, Turrets, Bakers,
and Bantus, Brush and Soap Trays., Toy CULOI, Castor
Sept, Decanter., and 20 boxes Tumblers. The above is all
desirable stock, to Allie-1 the attention of the trade is re
spssonfully invited. P. M. DAVIS,
i i i uctioneer.
MANTILLAS, SILK DRESS GOODS,
STRAW RAT At: ,AT AUCTION—
On FIb:DAY MORNING, June 4th, at 10 o'clock, will be
sold at the Commercial Sales Rooms, NU. 54 Fifth street, to
close consignment, superior Silk Mantillas of the 'atest
Sl)11,1, Silk Dress Patterns, DUC.II9, Poplins, Grenadines,
Hosiery, fashionable trimm,il I.l.innets, and Men and Chß.
dren's Straw Llats.
Will be added to the sal:. 2.060 ) inlet of il,iirable Prluta
50 duzen inau's Cotton 'out:s 8.
jet P. M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
LARNE SALE OF PROPERTY IN AL
LIWEIENY CITY, on the West Common and Ridge
urea, on TUESDAY EVENING, June sth, at 8 o'clock, in
second story Sales Room of the new auction house, No. 54
Piftn street, will be slid, that very valuable and beautifully
located Real Estate of John Irwin, Esq , well known as the
"Rope Walk" property, situated on the West Common, First
Ward, Allegheny City, which has been sub-divided into lots
of large size, the better to accommodate those desiring to
erect fine residence and and a range of smaller tots adapt
ed for comfortable homesteads, viz :
Six lots fronting on the West Common or Irwin avenue,
between Ridge street and Water lane, each 25 feat front, ex.
tending back 198 to a 20 feet alley.
Nine lots fronting on Ridge and Central streets, (each of
which is 60 feet wide,) said iota being about 60 feet front by
285 feet in depth.
Eleven lots, each 30 feet front, and one lot about 80 feet
front, on Central street, each extending bark two hundred
and sixty feet to a forty feet street un the line QI the prop
erty of Richard Bowen, Esq.
Forty•tbree lots, each 26 feet front on Central street,
extending back toward Water lane 140 feet, to a twenty feet
For the satisfaction of purchasers, the lots have been
staked off and numbered; of which, plans Ca CI be had at the
auction store, and the premises shown on application.
Terms at sale. (my 27) P. M. DAVIS, Anct'r.
PC°ITIVELV TIIR LAST WEEK
Of the great Auction Sa.e of Gold and Silver We•ches,
and beautiful gold Jewelry, at M'Cartney's Auction House,
No lto Wood street. We have yet left unsold a large end
desirable lot of Jewelry, &c., in great variety, all of which
must be sold. Grinds may be had daring each day, whole
sale and retail, at very law prices, and all shall prove as re
tKesented and satisfactory, or money refunded. Among
this stock may be found ono Magic Watch, valued at $2OO .
about one dozen Fine Patent and Detached Levers in Gold
Hunting Case.w, and a tine lot of Silver Watches of various
kieda. Also, Gold Guard and Vest Chains, Gold and Silver
Pencils and Pens; Cameo, Geld-stone, Mosaic, Florentine,
Lava and a great variety other kinds of Breast Pius and
Ear-Drops; Gold and Silver Thimbles, Bracelets, Sleeve But
tons, Finger Rings, Lockets, Neck• Chains and Crosses; be
sides many articles in the line not here mentioned. Re
member that Saturday evening will most positively be Ili,
last of the auction Bale. But if there should be any goods
to ft after that, they will be closed out at private sale, as we
are determined to dispose of the entire lot. Now, for bar
gains I The Show Cases in which our Jewelry is exhibited
are for sale; also, three or four Jewelers' Trunk and Sam
ple Boxes. Sales commence each evening, at 8 o'clock.
TO SECURE A HOME NEAR THE CITY.
I='' ICJ Mil i_si I4D IE3 AL .ILa 30
FIFTY BUILDING LOTS.
IN THE TOWN OF ETNA, NEAR
ONLY THREE MILES FROM THE CITY,
On Saturday Jane sth, ISSS,
'rho undersigned will sell upon the premises, at thu North
end of the Sharpsburgh B•idge, in the Borough of Etna,
adjoining Shur; sburg,
FIFTY BUILDING LOTS
Beautifully situated on the bank of the Allegheny river.
The property is known as WALLACE'S EXTENSION OP
Errs: A, and is in all respects as suitable and desirable for
building purposes as can be had around the city. It is easy
01 access by means of the Lawrenceville and Sharpsburg
Line of Omnibuses, which leave the city every hour, and is
surrounded by a brisk and thriving community.
The Lots are 25 by 100 feet, requires no grading, and the
materials for building are more readily obtainable than iu
The Lawrenceville and Sharpsbnrg Plank Road rune di
re tly wti property, which is also easily accessible by the
Butler Pla,..k hoed and the canal from Duquesne Borough
and Allegheny City. The Allegheny Valley Railroad has a
Station at the end of the Bridge, where the trains stop twice
a day Thu property will be sold in fee sample, and the ti
tle is unexceptionable
The location Is well adapted either fur residences or menu
Plans orthe Lots may be seen at the office of the under
signed, where persons who may wish to select and purchase
at private sale will be accommodated.
The Public Salo will take place on SATURDAY, June sth,
u the premises. Terms easy, and will be made known at
ho sale. JAMES 0. 13.10 HEY,
111717:t31 Real Retato Agent, No. 65 Fifth street
L . AMIIEL FAIINESTOOK, No. 74 WOOD
k, street, Pittsburgh, has ou hand a large
STOOK OF HARDWARE,
lihich he will sell very low for CASH. In addition to hit
L,ckei, Hinges, Knives and Forks, and Spoons, and a large
1- , sortment of C:arpenter's Tools, he has received a large se p
j of Saanige Cutters and Stuffere ;
Shovels, Tongues and iokers;
Sleigh Bella, and lilnameled
,V 2.0 Preserving Kettles.
Light Cream ale.
amiE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECTFULLY
announce to their customers and the public, that ow
ing to the price of Harley and Hops, and to suit the times,
they are brewing a light and delicious fiavorld ()REAM
A.f.E. which they are selling at $4 "ft barrel, and have KEGS
OP TEN GALLONS each, to accommodate private families.
They have also, X ALE, at $1.1; XX at $7, and superior
ENNET at $8 1 p LW., and smaller casks in proportion.
Also, excellent PORTER AND BROWN STOUT.
4qir- Orders sent to their Brewery on PITT STREET, will
r C 'IVO prompt attention.
nrlo:Rm O KO. W. SMITH A 00.
GO AND SEE
GEORGE P. WERTZ'S
First Premium Blind FActory.,
iiORNER THIRD AND MARKET STS., PITTSBURGH.
riIIIOSE WISHING TO FURNISH THEIR
A, House with VENITIAN BLINDS, of the most exqui
site and elaborate finish, will find it to their interests to give
we a call before purchasing elsewhere. My work is got up
by the best mechanics (not apprentices.) Every attention is
gi7eu to the wants of customers. Prices low. All work
ta,ranted. No. 72 THIRD Street, Pittsburgh. I myS:lyis
DAVID H. WILLIAMS,
4 lIVIL ENGINEER AND CONTRACTOR
FOR THE ERECTION OF GAB WORKS, for trom five
omen and upwards, and for Heating Buildings, pnblio or
pr..i.te, by Steam, Hot Water or Furnaces.
mtra:lrts PITTSBURGH, PA
ERCHANT TAIL R,
No. 52 St. Clair Street,
4trsir Is prepared to furnish his customers and buyers gen•
erally, with the latest and most fashionable styles of Spring
tied summer Goods of every variety, which he will make up
to order to the entire satisfaction of those who may favor
him with their patronage, myl7:lm
CARTWIUGHT & YOUNG,
(successors to John Caretoright,)
mANUFA.CTURERS AND IMPORTERS
of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Burgled and en 1 Den
tal instruments, Guns, Pistols, Fishing Tackle, etc., No. S
Wood street. They give special attention the manulactur•
ng of Trusses, Supporters, etc. Jobbing and liainiring
ith punctuality and despatch. aplT
CIIESTER'S BOYS' STYLES,
Chester's Boys' Styles,
Chester's Soya' Styles,
Chester's Boys' Style;
Chester's Boys' Style;
Chester's Boys' Styles,
Chester's Boys' Styles,
b e had onlyChaetster's Boys'
my 2.9 Corner Wood street and Diamond alley
HOER OF THE DAY AND EVENING, AT THE
No. 188 Wood street,
BOWN & TETLEY
CHEAP FOR CABII,
No. 98 Market street, second door from Fifth
GIVN 118 A CALL
ply LASS.-500 boxes Bxlo, 9x12 and 10x12,
_T for tale by (K(1 HENRY H. HOLUM.
BUTTER. -3 bbls. fresh roll, for sale by
mai HENRY H. COLLIES.
riOTTON TRIMMINGS.—Cotton Fringes
NJ and Braids for trimming Basques and Old Wren's
Oisthhig--all widths reosived, at JOB. HOME'S,
siiSa TT BLiels4 stmt.
J0813.1.1A GRAY, dalewmau
W. G. M'OARTNEY, Auc't.
PITTSBURGH, PENN 'A.,
S HOE S,
A.? JOS. U. 110B,LAND'S,
ROOF I IN G .
i es a e
dYi I', I, i ; t").
OF THE AGE.
R. KENNEDY, of Roxbury, has disc ,V
orod iv 01.. of QUI COLII4IO/1 panturt3 ic(,:cis a r ell
Svery kind of Humor,
FROAI THY WoRST SCROFULA DOWN TO A alfd-111,
He hak, tried It In y.. , r elcvt, , ! revel?, and
nt- , cd 'Out,: 111 r-C C. 11.41, ( 11011, 01111010 r hotpot. I 110 t,
now in hia v.tnehaiun uv..r Inlutirt.4l , ortitioato,
value, all 'within twenty run," ..t lieatcu.
Two hottli , B are wßrrwited to Corn n Loraing
Ono to tt..t . . bottle 4 mill c urd 1110 u ,, rut kind ur Phut •
Two or throe bottled will clear the iiyetuto of Wee.
Two bottle, an wrirraototi to cure the won't cooker lu
mouth or stomach.
Three to dvu botth, ere werrented to rare the woretkl...l
J - e rq tw., bz,ttle, Ore vicu - rmutetl to cure ell humor 'Lithe
Two bottles are warranted to care rnantag of the earl" ao
blotchom among the hair.
four to sit bottlo Ale vartanteti w VIII', corrupt and
One bottle will cure scaly eruption of thank:a.
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the worst klao
Two or three bottles are Ivarranted to care the moat (1,,
perate case of rheumatism.
Three to four bottles are warranted to cure salt-Ahem',
love to eight bottles will cure the worst casa of ecrofule.
-- - •
A. benefit is alwaye i-xperienced from the first bottle, ens
e perfect cure Is warranted when the above quantity ii taken
Dun Hants,—The reputation of the Medical Discovery
In curing all kind of humors, is so well established by the
unanimous voice of all who have ever used it, that I vend
not say anything on the subject, as the most skilful phytd
clam and the most careful Druggists in the country are an
animons in its praise
In presenting the Medical Discovery to yunr notice, 1 dc
it with a fall knowledge of the curative power. in relieving
all, and curing molt of those dilleag BR In which you are no
fortunately to liable. That most excluciatiug disoosa to s,
NURSING SORE MOUTH,
is cm ed ua If by a ruirhel,. sour owe temper ii restored II
its natural E0....,etu0e, b. 0., mon Rltcrt mad fretful
asps to CAir- . , and t ..•r4 • iirpf the Medic Al D,acove
ry bo.oomeo fan . cm , nczn.a.) eed
t; AN tE ft
It t •
Y 8 t' A,
whim!' nothlug Fait cooler tt,o atom ; thou !o the
creating o bluktug, and hIl th. , 11M31 , 11,1, o eo itt
th, carob of your family.
Your stomach Is
RAW AND INFLAMED,
your food distroi.-e you, and .00 Can only take certain
kinds. and ev...n of that your system dire not got half thi ,
no u rialitueut it Gun talus W, the ecriinunoula fluid of th e
eats it up; thon your complexion loire its Mono and be.
(*Hied sallow or greenlan, and yogi' best day Is guno. Fur
want of nouriehment your system beomucei lame and flabby
and the fibres of your body become relaxed. Then follow a
UAW of kiGearatie widen the Medical l)lccovery Is poonliar4
Palpitation of the neart • p..in In the aide, weakliest of a)?
spine and small of the back, pain of the hip Joint when you
retire, irregularity of the tyaiels, and sly,, th a t most u xu r c.
ciatlng of dig... 5010., the
;low many tlean.autis of poor women rse snuering from
this disease and pining away a in:mumble lily and their oar t
door neighbor does not know Om cause. 1 wish to impress
ue your mind that good old proverb, An ounce of proven
is better than a pound of core." In the
yud have both the preventative e. 141 the cure, with this grea
and good gar-My, th.t it will eove Illide/ asy dreams tanote
do you any injury.
N o change of diet ever oet.e.i...,ry--mr the ti,st you can k,l
and enough of it.
DIELSOTIONS rof. CJ:—ddcdtA o”, ULIe SLuourul per day—
Obildren over ton yeaes -1111iiren trona fi v •
to eight years, tea epoonfol Ltireotlona can he appll
imblesto all conetitutiona, take antThi.mt to operate on th•
tWico a day• Yl/lii,
VONA LD FLIONNKLY
Prica $l,OO p,, sale by
D:. GRO. LI. 11.1SY8Ett,
140 Wool s Plasburgh, ;•..
A BEAUTIFUL HEAD
Vial GLOSSY HAIR,
TO THE GUEATF.ST AGE.
And who that ia gray would uut have it restored to It.
former color, or bald, but would have the growth restored,
or troubled with dandruff and itching but would have it
removed, or troubled with scrofula, scald head or other
eruotioos, but would be cured, or with sick headache.
(neuralgia,) but would be cured. ft will also remove all
pimples from the face and skin. Prof. Wood's Hair Resto
rative will do all this, s •e circular and the following:
ANN ARDOR, November 5, 1855.
Pe P. O. J. 110rel—Dear Sir :—I have hoard much said of
the wonderful effects of your flair Restorative, but having
been so often cheated by quackery and quack nostrums,
hair dyes, &c., I was disposed to place your Restorative in
the same category with the thousand and one loudly trum
peted quack remedies, until I met you in Lawrence county
some month. since, when you gave me such assurance as
Induced the trial of your Restorative in my family—first by
my good wife, whose hair had become very thin and eu
tidy white, and before exhausting one of your large' bot
tles, her hair was restored nearly to its origival beautiful
brown color, and had thickened and become beautiful and
glossy upou, and entirely over the head; she continues to
use it, not simply because of its be,utifying effects upon
the hair, but because of its healthful influence upon the
bead and mind. Others of my family and friends ar,3 using
your Restorative, with the happiest etiecte ; therefore, my
skepticism and doubts in reference to its character and
value are entirely removed; and I can and do most cor
dially and confidentially recommend Ito use by all who
would have their hair restored trom w i.e or gray (hy re.a.
aeu of sickness or ago,) to origival color and beauty, cud by
all young persons woo would have their hair beautifel and
glossy. Very truly and gratefully yours,
FAUNA %ICrUD: It wan a long time after 1 saw you at
Blissfleld before 1 got the bottle of Restorative for which
you gave me an order upon your agent in Detroit, snd when
I got it we concluded to try it on Mrs. Mann's hair, as the
surest teat of Its power. It has done all that you assured
me it would do; and others of my family and friends,
having witnessed its effects, are now using and recommend•
lug its 1160 to others as entitled to the highest consideration
you claim for it.
Again, very respectfully and truly, yours,
I Lav, used Prot. J.J. Wood's Hair Restorative, and have
admired Its wonderful effects. My hair was becoming, as I
thought, promattir.dy gray, but by the use of hia Restora
tive it has renamed it, original color, and, I have no doubt,
permanently so. B. BR %SSD, ex Senator, U. S.
0 J. WOOD A CO., Proprietors, 312 Broadway, N. Y., (In
the great N. Y. Wire Railing Establishment) And 114 Market
street, St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by DR. GEO. H. KEYSER., No. 140 Wood et.,
Jea:3mdaw And sold by all good Druggists.
J AMES C. CUTLER,
ON CINCINN ATI,
Says he had to gait business for eight years from Astbuin . .
Several Physicians gave him up — he used Ayer's Pectoral
and other Cough Syrups, but still grow worse.
BOWMAN'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND,
Completely cared him of every eetubl anon of his old disorder
PREPARED BY BOWMAN & CO.,
For sale by
J. P. WLEMINO, Allegheny City,
And Druggists generally. ray2Endirw
ICE CREAM SALOON AND CONFECTIONARY,
No. 212 i Diamond Alley, between Wood St. and the Diamond,
HAS OPENED HIS ICE CREAM SA
LOONS for the 138/IEOII, and is prepared to supply all
who may call, with PURE ICE CREAM, of all flavors.
He also to constantly supplied with CAKES OB ALL
KLND`,3 and Confectionary of his (,wu manufacture, made
from the beat materials.
FAMTivRB AND PARTIES supplied with Cakes, Ice
Creams, and Confectionary of all descriptions.
Saloon open at all hums—Day and Ruining. [raylfiam
DOINT BOX FACTORY.-
BUSIIA A GUTENDORP
litive,lnet fitted up in complete order, new machinery of the
latest improvement, for the manufacture of Boxes of every
description. We on prepared to make to order at abort no.
lice, Boxes suitable far Soap and Candles, Packing Boxes for
Hardware, Variety Goods, Looking Glue and Picture pre mes
eta Orden promptly filled. mvtilfrt
COVERED CANE HOOP.—An excellent
article for Ladles' iildrta. A large lot open at
14323. MAUS% IT Mattes el.
Chill-IL/I, 111., Juno 28,1852
GEO. H. &BYBEE, Pittsburgh,
FOSTER'S NEW NATIONAL THEATRE.
Sole Lazaeo and Manager..
Acting and Stage Manager
130 AI IC OP PIIIO/8.
to hold six persona
Diesii Circle s ite...soc. Upper Tier. ..... .......»...96C.
7 1 „ , .. o'clock. Curtain to rise at si, tcr 8.
FRWAY e..• .kaLhe ad, 1858 5 will be performed
uow comic cutaltql
THE MORMONS; OR, SALT LAKE LIFE.
teddy o'6in lIIHG
..... ...Mr W. J. Florence.
Pend, p•i At, u, a Yauk•ui &Jai
Vrow Duudermiirit 7,11, Mrs. O'Gortuou 131te W J, Florence.
Also, will Lu performed. the i - elebrated protuna fume of
THE 1-011:e6 ACTRE,S
Maria Crussbeck. ......
E 1 Weatherbliouiunis Mrs W J. Florence.
l'ar tiny Gray ...........
Mr M. J. Florence
The perfunuauci• gill rummer/co ith the comedy of
TilE I ftlsll LION,
PITTSBURG H THEATRE.
Benefit of BILLY StORRTS, allm PETER GRAY
TLIIS FRIDAY EVENING, June 4th. and positively the
last uight but ne.
Every per.eu w i,tl faveri the MOCKING BIRD with a
ca I will b , •I with tb uordi of PETER GRAY, as
rung by him.
The very legit 101 l i f •• the New York Levi-
ger e, y n "
I I . I.LFISQUE CIRCUS.
curd ,+y ~% , a.t ut ch trcupa, and I.Ik.NRFIT
I DICK S • I I,
It 1 tick
at b L I
u ).l• ...Ittirtp, for iecuto.l
t D . pon ut y, —cowman( 0
vt‘tt: d nt !htl Lai °Mc. through
Z . /Si L. 'Pt IL I L.• L.. fiereivell Matinee, when
i 1,.• , el.e. IIAC , t111:1 unit part,and
I i. OF ..`7,l'F,El).—On FRl
kir i , l 1 Premium of a set of
I ' • . ii,vou at Collins'
t u, the bast Trctting
It at, +hi ee In live, flamers. Also,
tit), h.), S I: , S '.Ni it ILt,S woith $3O, to
lowlier the Lll, 14 the t will trot Late mile nearest he
three ae the} , pleivae. Open Co ill horses. En
traticu fee lieu per cunt floiseiii to start at four o'clock,
P. M., pree.eoily Cave Nell! leave the raieenger depot rf the
'rune !vie a liailrord at 3:2.6 o'clock, P. M., running to
muds. t hin leaves frvit Liberty station at 6
'1 All enti 1 , 6 the 10,10 nituA be node the
d 1 1 ,0 ' 411,1 .111.1 my3l:td
fIOLI,INS' PA RR TROTTING
:•01/..v..,11 Tic ketl
it.r. iu. 0 0 Lki Pair.
1 ,, •140 0101 i , uggV
Ladle. . Free
Pt , m.lis nut hug, Will be charged One
Dollar esiro, for the privia.g e 01 driving or riding on the
coorbe each trier
Tick.efs can t..• had at c-rucr c I Liberty and Wayne
strewn, front U 13. U.a I, 'A' AV,or at tna gate, I tny2l:lm
GRIND NUSiCAL FESTIVAL.
G ERMA N WITH A IVIERICAN
M LSICA I. ASSOCIATION
c,.1,4,r5t0 Its 1,111 ALII i%er4ary to [till city on
JUNE 9th, 91h and 1101 h
742 NS.L, 6 Y F 1 V EN 1 NU, TUN EiTH,
N 1) CONCEILT
IN THE NEW NATIONAL THEATRE
Over two It4ttidretl anti Fifty Vocal and
I notrulneoral Parforforni•ra,
joini)risillK duffle, of tio , Lear rn uncut tßiollt in the country.)
, 0 which ocea , ,iou wi!l - pert rued. ter the tlrat time 16
the Unitei flon, the Cc lobrate..l Siluaic , 4l Tableau,
ON TILE SEA SHORE,
by the dietimmisite.l eempeatir, Junes Otto. Thle bean-
ON; tuna usuptiend de.suriptivo of the e•ea
and the life and habits t Fishermen. has mot the great
est 1 , 111,0`113 in &Island, France a:td Germany.
'Vt.O Cmacsrt will be under th, dire-titian of thu eminent
tre,:tor, PLLOF. SCHWAB.
, A'11:1):41 4 :81JA Y aITERNi IN, gttk, 3 u'clvet
'l' 1. A 1. A Y E 'l' 'l' E 11 Al, L ,
X4l Will. 11 u,ce,luu t ho :3uilutlea bolouglug to the
will corai,la fur a miliviiticont silver goblet.
UVEN.NO, E7.111T O'CLOOK.,
A SPLENDID BANQUET
V.'lll Le 4 tl ttoi iu the 6/IEIIO 1 4 1.11 i.
RSDA 1, the 10th, pr:.cesaf..o thru igh the prittelpal
stree :kJ of the city,
Pie Nic at Denny's Grove
VEN [NU, 8 u'c.ool,l, Cho iPstiviTio,i will clod. with s
to. I.alufayetta Hull
4a- Pric,i, to Uraud Ooucurt, Drees
Circle nud Parquette, $1; l.ppei Tier, 50 coats Prize
Curer!, 50 cents. tlikequet, $.5. Pie :Vic Urounde,lo centa
JOHN W. iII'CARTHY,
WILL ATTEND 1u THE POSTING
and DIST ttIBUTI till kirolts of
Kl LL:. Foil. CONCERT: , L RE:4, EXHIBITIONS, &o.
4.11 c , cmummicatt,u, ‘ , 10,r by milli, tolegraph, or other
, Itio--(iirected to Ow ofh'r, Morin Post, will receive
prompt attmttion arer
IL Al. CARGO & CO.,
hotograpiters and Ambrotypists,
NEW YORE GALLERY,
No. 21 Hilth street, and
W t ,ttroot uod Diamond, l'ittabargti.
t'E.lokB TV t , UIT ALL. 12:1Y/9htS-3p
psL fOGRAI 3 IIY.—Tuts ART HAS BERN
brought to such u,-rn,..tf,u that pictures taken by this
proses~ have been pr.unJunc. - ,d perfect Ly the scientific
world. They can Lu had iu all their beauty and artistic
elegance, at WALL'S PIOTURC (.I.‘LLERY, on Fourth streot,
Jnes' Building. tmylfclw
AM B U 'l' I' E
A BEAUTib'UL ANL) DURABLE PICTURE
Afti:ANTED, , AN 11A11 AS LOW
AS AT ANY Ei C CLASS Es I'AIII.ISLIMENT
IN 'L UI coU:-,TRY,
Removed to 21 Firth Street.
GIRO° s CO.'S PH f_Y roURAPIII.O AND
A. , ll;ll.oTrpi.: .ALLSRY hr. a,eu removed from
'a Fourth gtro , t, to Nr, Firth strut, n 2 2 Market.
Thi-e rooms having 1•••••:, Mutt for the purpose ;
wati alto , larg • are not surpaased ID the city for
comhirt, convenience an i ioccollunc, la arreugemeut.
tqr Oar &jowls: and patron& and thow wfahing Era.
p-rair likenesses , ale invited to call. iteception Sprain
end I,tl the ground floor. ap7
t: li; W D AGUE 13.14.ii.;_•^ , _..\1 AND ANIBROTYT'I4
Y AND aiDA',LiGHT
5... L ER Y ,
rierEl 8 rt} AM, V OP THE POST-01i7Ka,
tu ,i 1 vartoc.4 styles, In sal
sys•ti,s, and warranted to please, at reasonable rates.
v:rson2 thtsu at their realdenna.
LAKE SUPERIOR COPPER MILL
PARK, M'CURDY 4r CO.,
ANUFACTURERS OF SHEATHING,
13j_ . Braziers' and Bolt Copper, Pressed Copper Bottoms,
Itai3ed Bottoms, Spelter older, dc , alio importers and
dealers in Metals, Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Wire, &c. Constantly
on baud, TiLIIIICEI'd Niachinei and Toole. Warehouse, No-14D
Piret. and 120 Second street, Pittsburgh, Pa. dpecial orders
of Copper ent to any desired iktteru. mr29:lydaw
NOTICE TO ARCH ITECTS.-
In pursuance of a rear
lution itiMpti.d by thou Niimunitsnt ComMissiOntre, at a meet
ing, at Eiarrisburg, on the 13th 'natant, Plana, Specifications
and estimates Sr, invand for the erection of a MONUMENT
to the memory of Citizer a of Pennaylvania, who lost their
lives In the lute War with J.lexiea. The coat of which, I
not to exceed the sum of THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Communications to bu addre4sed to the Governor, at liar
Persons inraishiog Plana, will please scud their ESTI
MATES under seal, as they will be for the 1.140 of the COM`
For the Plan which may be adapted, a prom Pain of Two
Hundred DOllllll3 will bo allowed.
By order of the Commiasloners.
7 , 1' TN W il A RV. ilerrotar-ir.
C. WEST Si, CO., Mt
M.LNUFACTUR CRS O
ROCEAWAYS, ISIIUUIY.9, SULIttES AND SLEIGHS
N. le7 Penu street, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Iry AU work warranted Co bu u: the tk ,, at materiad3 and
(sucww.A.., Lluvrataa, Nl'Cr.ovisv &. C 0.,)
VORW ARDING AND COM SIISSION
MYRCIIANTS, Whokaale llealero in Produoo, PlOur
and Wool, No. 111 Second street, eittoburgli, Pa.
spring.' liarb.t.gti, Joseph C.. Fidel, St,A,,otdo;
. Plttelougik , Fent , 11
ehad3 co., Cornell & poney, 13...ltimui a;
Bagaley, Cosgrove a Co., " Garret & Martin,PMladelphla;
&lei:landless, Means a Co., " Janice, Kont, Santee& Co. "
G. W. Smith, & Co., " Weaver & Graham,
Geo. M.& L. liotd, Cincinnati lit , t3ll(), Sterling & Co., "
A. b. Penton & Broa., " Yard, Gilmore Es Co.,
J 0. FOBTZR.
A. W. YOUNG.
Mr. W. J. Florence.
LktixMs Anti 91.1114.11131.1129 a
Axiou Box Tiakt.ta
u'.l Tier, 15 cent.;
1. L'S, 104:1 - th otreot