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SIORTEL C. -
Tirana, I:o. 23i d T actor., bi‘Matrt rota Et-:et
nd Dim:loud 311:1•.
TAMES A. LOY 1.0.11), Attorney at Law,
otico !nue:, Pittiburgh, between. and
IiAFL, 3ar ron Daltist, sueoVEsol, to G.
e W. .N 0. 144 e.oll SI) field cr . :cet.
(Moo hers 3 from S to I o'clock, And from 2 to 3 o'cloers.
SOOTT, Dentist, Fourll.l street, Ave deera
tp • uses! of Market.
.4.7-0111 co hours from G Oclook 11. M. to
IOSEPH FUMING, Buccessor to L. Wil
com . Co. ' corner of Market et:eet and the Dian:toad,
keeps constnntly howl a full assortment of DRUGS, 3IED
ICINES, MEDIOLNE Cll.llS.n, Plat.E011111:17, and ell arti.
dos pun:lining to his bnelnc,ts..
443 r Phyniciana' Yreacritetioris carefully compounded at all
ff 47.41•1 P. :`II.II9I7IALL .109LPII S. EVOIIE3
WP. MA.RSIIALL 6:5 Co., Importhrs e.nd
dolitcre in French and American PAP it ?TANG
1508, No. 67 Wood etre4A, iburgh.
agente for Oa 3 colSomzed 1.2 an zracta.: , -.. 1 of M.: no.
DAtcourt a, eo., Paris.
x=LIP .11 Zit *:01.1LI:T M;PE.rBO7.:
p EY7J.L'It A:, ANDERSON, (sdcue6surs to
1.%.1 joolloa Ithodem R C 0.,) wholeFele deo rE Eh FORT:IC-IN
FRUITS, NtITS, SPICE°, CONFECTION:On% 817aAItS, ac.,
tio. 89 Wood stro,t, opposite the %,3t. Charles Ilotel, rift
J. 11. 1f.Y.T117.2.1 1 3
5-1 ST. C1,11.g ,sTREA
ic.ERR, ARCHITECT, REMOVED
titim coutx of 14111.1 and Wood to
In Philltia' new untlding—,..antlnnta to urtpare Plana and
Specifattiona of, and to Supartntand the Erection of every
ttaacription of Baildlnga.
- - -
FULTO2 , I, 13 ELL AND BRAS S
AoL. FOUNDER, No. 70 SECOND street, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
LI prepared to furnish to order
OEILIROII, BTEAUBOA:2, FACTORY AND 07.11 Lit BELLS,
Of all alZe2, fron 10 to 10,000 lba.
GIIIISE BELLS ranla to order. STOP and GAUGE COOKS
of all alsco,f)r Stcamboatr;.
MINERAL VIATEIt PUMPS, COUIT.P.ER RAILINGS,
and ev3ry variety of Bran Watinga finished 10 the LIOStUat
ICAT3EIT'3 AW2I•ALTEITION . METAL; FULTON'S PA
-4"dlfiT mETALLIc PICNINU, for Stearn EiiLdn:,u.
T OUGLIRIDGE MAXWELL,
a 3 11.11,1V7.5.01TT.F.3.8 OP
00r...alft irravaez, and
Bru.T.lzt a ;
Lad Diialers in Clockz, 1iL1133 Furiiiahiag Geode,
No. 2.26 Weock* street ? above IFlrth,
riTTSIAIIIG E., PA.
ILV., MR.-blue Dratthes made to order
Fromil , ?.so Acraleray for goys,
WADE& TUE or TUE FIIANCIISCAI:
Loret.t.4, Cti,labEZE. Cor.uty, Pee.
irp II I S INSTITUTION, NATURA_TiLY
situated fee Educational purposes, affords all the in
ducements that can to deArcel for a Catholic InVitution.
It be located In the meet Leaithy and picturesque portion of
' , he Alleghenies, distant four miles from Cresson Station, the
.erect moil route i.:et ;reels Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. The
schepeatic year commencing the flrot Monday in September,
R 111 close the 15th of July loth:wine.
The Terms for Ltcard, incluedno, a thorough English Scion
tific Course, are. tlOO per ann,in.
The elms' ic and bledern Langintses form an extra charge
of $lO per annum.
Washing and t'5,3 of Ee.tding $lO..
ror farther penticulato apply to the vaperio: of the A.c . .t:!
Iterereneca can he hic.3c. to the 1 2t. Rev. Dr. O'Clozruca.
Vincent's CoiEege and Seminary,
UNDER Tin ULF.= OF TIII.I
Blear Latrobe, NVeculoraland county, Pa.
TN THE COLLEGE ARE TAUGHT TILE
IL usual branches of English Education.
In the SEMII.III.ItY, the Classics, Mathomati-s, 1...1 :tory,
Rhetoric!, Philosophy, etc., and the different branches of
higher erudition ne,a3astry or :useful to those aspiring to
.The terms for Board and Tuition are $BO per year, to be
Ted serai-annually, strictly in advance.
Gorman and French and other languages, Drawing, Feint
ing and Music,form no extra charges, excepting some rucom
peusation for the use of instruments.
Medicine, 'Washing, Books, Stationery, etc., form ware
Por particulars apply to the Director of the College.
The Collegiate year begins on the Ist of September, and
ands on the Cd of July following.
EATHEII B. 13 UM:\f,
Dlrxtor of the College.
DRY GOOD 6.
o.fatirear.cla Y Eltetreractl• F,
ANOTHER CRASH—IN PRICES I—Be
ing determiued la sell our sr)ck, though "the Times
are we have mud° a general swoop--
111 D12.0111' T111:1 E:. , ITIILE STOCK
To still lower price.:.
.eir Now is tho time to buy when tho ams.artrnent Is yet
unbroken, and the Prica3 Pat Down I 1.)own: I
0ut2.9 JOB. HORNE, 77 alarkot a!reot.
rwillE LAST CHANGE IN FIC4I.IItES._
A Bonnet Ribbons, worth 75 cents, at 62 , /, per yard.
do do do 62 ht iq) du
do do du 5t at 073 do
do do do 27 1 ,4, at 25 do
J 06.1211 HO NE,
77 Market street.
AT REDUCED PRICES
A choice assortment on hand and for sale at
12,11 BOUNDS'. 77 Market ctreaL
ENTLEZIIEN''S UNDER GARMENTS—
Wool, Silk, Merino and iieavy Cotton Under Shirta
and Drawers—a freak supply roceived aS itor.Nirs,
4019 !V narkot streot.
VINE Cents per Pound Seduction in the
Price of BRAD YAllNB.—Wholesalti ilnyere and
Peddlers will tie furaigheil with 13E2:Lib EY'S
1. - AltN6 at a redaction of Fire Ciente per pound,
by the buadie, after this date, For Cash, and Cash only.
Jae. 110 N 4 77 Market etreet,
Agent for the Mann fa.ctiaror
EMBROIDERIES.—Our excellent stock of
French limb:eidetic; and the low prices at which
they ara VlVirked, offers rare lcalaccasenta to indica wishing
to purchata the latest stylee. _ _ .
MONEY I MONEY !I —PRICES MARK
ED. IL.T . A7N•
Ass-Great reduction in the price of Embrciderles.
• We have gone carefully over our handsome Etock of I t
HILENCIII-WORIIED COL r. A R
UNDER EL 'EIEY.C44,
MUSLIN BANDS, etc., etc.
And fa rst) the prices to suit the "Hard Timm."
The Ladies may rely on getting bergaine at
oct27 lIDAN.E'S, !due- of
E WILL SELL from the present time an
, commoiliy cheap FOR CASH. I.'H , l.cu c,ll
'no our otoulz. C. ii.ANSON
oct2o Formerly Love Broc., No. 'l4 MG rket at.
-111•RI.NTED F.RENCLI MERINO-W. 3, for 62
and 76 tint, worth ;1,1 tho ha' „
lit tho city. Lit pc,
(formt,rly ( / , BrothCr2),
I ' 4 ' T 4 • litarUti
BONNET VELVET.—Ever,y ,ariety of Bon
net material, Silks, Velvets and i„..11 tiaa, for a.IIG at
moviS TEM N
BLACK AND FANCY 17&ESS SILKS.—
A full algortairnt, vary
.Ir.crly Lon , I - iron:ere,
COL2I 7 : 10.74 .51avitet sere-et
EVERY Ecioua.:4,ical T ...-'urehaser of Dress
Good; Eht , wl.p,:lauticv.i. ke.; idso Dome:lto and eta
pie good 9, will to their Lids antage Local: and exami
our NOW St"C7i.;:ilfell and If 4ntor Dry 00041insforopurchas
tag RAN SON LOVtl,
_ 17trtine,ii I Lovc. ?I r y 74 Mart rt.
-11.A.WLS I Si) A — VhflAS
aroc.ha, t 4 ral limy, and square, 'tb.s very L‘r,i la the
City, and w.; v , :ry t w r , r j c ,„ f or c „ bh.
...r..NSON LOVE, formerly Love Bros.,
nsiv2.3; No. 7 4
QUE avid AIAR:SEILLY.:S, Fleaced, for
makinc i 87,15 , 1[104. A large EV-aV
OE4) , it. Wiiitati Q CO'ci
Palll4lll- -aS ,-- The subscriber lids now
021 IL ud , and is da.li,v [v4, Irani filo vaufic
tnrers, a targ,e r..zurrze xt ui pri Stmt.
R. W. Ydtt , r'si r onNo. 1 to 7, - istiu
Cigna, Porcelain bona colored.
Cord Boards, i•A.ltouti ;
blcOrt..E.ry'st..nlabrateil color e l Ink ;
" lie iv tio
Pamphlet Cover Pr.purn;
thamitl and grt,on anti
Steel lilac Qltzea rt.p.or.", wv.l n 14r;;‘ , useort 1/klin
Note, Eett:r, cap, tki....1.1F0 io ttluo Lad
J. It. IVELDIN,
C. 3 vio,,a ct..r.•et, near .I(kAirtli.
VFIUU.LiD you ask me, sliout4l you wonder,
Where to bay your Shoes aud Goiter.,
Gov. - as for your toot in oprituttimo,
Boor± with heel, and pretty Ilusatti9.
Nice FACNCII SUPPEII.S lilf the summer,
Putout I.4other, Glovo-Ifid Mocaohle I
171iure to buy ttiye cheap and ;poi Lou;
I should answer,': would toll you,
Go into the PEOPLES' 8.110/1 STOI - IE.
To the People& Ortuap Shoo Start.,
To rho 6t)ro of DIALFENiJACELER.
apt No. 17 Fifth truce.
w2w BF:DEUR') SPERM O:tiNDLES.
..)1:0:41,5 aotortkd b'o oud &a, Sperm (}undies
on hand and aud for solo by
Jail B. J. 3.t.14'7115.
OAP S . -
Jo 1000 boxes Rosin Hosp. in Ili., 2 1.5. 31, bars.
Lboo " No. 1 Palm lb, 3'u+. and 3D. bars
6600 " Chan:dim.i 01ico dont), in F.
200 " (MEW
2.50 " Onrumu
200 " Castile " in 3n.
60 " Puro Paha " in
a hand and ler sale by
Gum' BUFFALO, CALF AND CL ()VI
OVERSHOES, offered low, at "The Peopled Shea
Store" N 0.17 Effth street, ncar Market.
fel' DIPRENBAOHEdt h 00.
ONLY $750 FOR A TWO STORY D ,
ling House, of four :coma, with lot of ground 20 foot
front on nouVrey streot, Allegheny city, by 11U deep t on
alloy. Terms, WO in hand, balance at one, two and t 1 Tee
yoara, i a. CUTIIIIZII72 . 803 't
n 02,1, 61 Market otraet.
UFFALO SIiOES.—A splendid article of
..LuP Genta' and Ladies Buffalo Over Shoes. Also, Gon) to'
Calf Ovor' Ethoes, at tho 2c-oplda Shoe Store, No. 17 FM
street, near Maitet.
nov2l. DIgYEITBAOIIIOI & 00.
VNQ. 81. CARB. SODA.-100 kegs, just
A rtftived and for sale by
tayal B. L. nu.NR, 4 % - xxg; it 09.
n, ' JOS. R. lIIINTER.
WM. if. Oriwril &. co.,
WiioLE SALE GROCERS,
11S Secondl lEl' First sts.,
BAGALEY, COS4-RAVE & CO.,
11-T ll - 7 006 ALE GROCERS,
rio. as zusti :20 Wood Street,
Wu. Mum, Phila C. W. Bicxxxsozi, Pittabli
rdaLLER is& lIIICKETSON,
WHOLES LE GROCERS,
AND IMYORTELS OF
BRANDIES, WINES AND SEGARS.
Nos. `bbl and 223, El:iorixer of Liberty and
AND SOLE AGENTS FtE
b'4l.fse r r's City Giass,
IRON, NAILS, COTTON YARNS, Ac, am., CONSTANTLY
D.Vi 71'0:5.7:D5S TiM..t!_ll ar.Atti
IRON, NAILS, GLASS, COT ON YARNS,
ADD PITS:GBrE.GH LIA2:iII'ACTUSES 11% 7 ,1:TRALLY,
Corner of Wood and Water 2trortm,
Etas AND COMMISSION.
Fury aitlig and Commission Merchants,
1.7.*E'P.121`01t3 0? 5.'111
CC 7.1.11ta , PiEtsbvrgla, t!rnsldvilict 4:: =FIG
Nos. 114 ..kLrio 11.5 WATrun PITInbR:4I7., PA.
FORWARDII-TO AND COMMISSION
LIALooLu JO:IUL Ltuto
tIOSEV I d S. LEECH arc ) . 9
N 023. 24 . 22 Clnd E.Aberty si
AT\ .T) C;C:iIi.t.MibSSUN MERCHANTS,
F L (1 , fa - 12 9 ACON,
PLATE AND =NIBS' STOCK, AND
1"L" S UP.Cia. L3ANUFACTUftES.
Ls...vsac Viaal/llngtosa ilvastuc,
W YANDOTTE CITY, KANSAS TERRITORY.
REPER.F.NCA".—Jceeptt 8. 7..rai•ch & Co., an Pittsbnrgli
liacanura ga:serraly. j3:ll:yd.t-h-
J. D. HOUSEMAN,
OF I.I.OtiEMAN & SMITH,)
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
Ito. 9 N. econdl. Street,
ST. LOUIS, KM JUR'.
CE 18. 11.1721PFEBSYS, C. J. 1101 - , Al - 1 2 JOHN WIIIGIIT
umphreys, iloffmn .1 & Wright,
FLOUR FA CIORS9
PROD FUCIE AND GENERAL
comn i usspaN MERCHANTS.
25 NORTH WHARVES AND 156 NORTH WATER ST,
I Conrad, Thompaon & Co.,
Thompson, Clark Noun g,
Biter, Price Eg Co.,
Caleb Cope a Co,
Barcroft, Beaver a
Canby, Neville es Hugbea,
C. AL Lewis, Cashier F. ncd M. Bank,
Jcs. G. Mitchell, Cashier fihrch's Bank. "
Morris L. liallowell t.
McCutcheon a Collins,
John M. Kennedy a, Co.,
itaignel a Co.,
Pickett, Mathews a Co.,
Ehrewsbory a Price,
W. H. Langley b• Sous,
Lawrence a Mathias,
A. D. Bullock a Co.,
W. Holmes a Co.,
11.LIZLL2 L. WEED,
(Succestioro to Elonit a WEBB)
U: ENERALCOLIXISSION XERCHANTS
AND AGENTS FOR Tr 1 SALE OF
)11JPONT'S POWDER AND SAFETY FUSE
413orn , sr Pratt and Con - Linea - cc istrects,
77 Alartet ttrent.
auria'.ve on Ooneigument all kinds of Western Produce
uud make advances thereon..
Oco.W. Smith 00., W. 11. iimith t co.,
11. Garrard, Miller &
l'atY 11. COLLINS, Forwarding and
Cotarnimion Merchant, and wholesinio doaler in ..911311.
off ";2122, isiiTTEE, SEEDS and 1 dODUOiI generally, No.
Y 5 We, str,et, Pittetrargh. ruorS
LIM 6111 , 2:ITES!r•IS , LENII7 L. ILISGWILT.
1 - '10.111 , 1.NG, i-LOBER'..NON ct CO., Ivianu
nj fact, von+ el Cut, l'r..ocl and Plain Flint GLA9.2WAIIIi t
W. - renon. , Nu. 17 li'oud e.trt,t, corner of Front, Pittsburgh.
.4,-Ter Al, 4.1,1. tr Linda of (11E1,1Nara and 'Window , Olasa, at
low Ile:: .:c
B. C. & J. 11. SAW rEE..
tiGG'.I:3ZOL•I3 TO vilcz eTeceNDL.,I
ILN - AnS COILILiriS
urin,rmus, taiP2wEri co.,
No. 30 SI'MAIZOWIcT., CINOEiNATT, o.[jy29
Ia?PD. rd :±L,
AL:oro Vine Street,
A. L. WEBB & BRO.
JLELFI Z. LE YALE JO 11 J. IMAM.
EDIZE & ULAN, Suecessord to M.ulve.ny
.4 manufactra,:ra 61 - Cut, 21 , ..IGnIclud and Plain
and ear. 67 Colored (ILSESWAIL, and dcaleta in all
ta r ,d g of Window Flasks, Fiala and Bottleu. INara•
hou.ecorn3r cf*ltb. , e's - 0. , t and Water Ct\ - :43tg, rittabugh.
WISES AND Lik),(lol.lS..
t somq ei (JO
17201.1:t1AIS LEILEILI IN
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND itECT 'r'Y IN() DIS'i'ILLERS,
0 . 155 I..f.tberty Plit.taburgh, Pa.
Alvt,...y 5 vu bane,, Wines, Brandios, Gins,
'VA Chomp, ry, Clingt,r Brandied. Lapll:-.ly
1:11VIUT; 11. EZNNT.L:Y.
HIF-lIE'VEI.N 6; KENNEDY, Wholesale Wine
and Liquor Plorchiiiit , i and li.fx:ti'yirig
is limir.lit2b l atr,43t, 1'ii.1.5 burgh, I'u, apJay
Gl - 113. 1 1 APPLES.-50 bbis. bright Dry Ap
_ p,,a,. . A J .111, by
viva it . .mliißll IL canzaws
01LNbb1i. ch:Atio Applu
1.1.1 d E6b, by _
I.)EAIN: S.-20 bUs. litlltlll White Beans, just
recoP:m: or E by OOLLINP.
riVMOTHY SLT:D.-10 bags reo'd and for
L. etlifi by (4.3) HENRY H. COLLINS.
NEW WALL PAPERS CIIEAP.—StiII
they con.t6. W. P. MARSHALL & CO,
ap9 87 Wood street.
- MEW GOODS FOR SPRING SA.LES.-
SIN Wo are daily receiving fr.nn our own and Eastern
faztorios, additions ro our rdoeit, which coneista in part of
Floor CB Cloths.
Carriage Oil Ciothe„
itarnitrite On Clothe,
Crash Oil Cloths,
Trateperott 011 Cloths,
Transparent Window Shades,
Bnff noliands, and
laic:haute, Housetmepera, and others, requiring any goods
in our line, are invited to call and examine the stock, and
Jadgo for thent.i....lvve in regard tothe quality and prices.
NO3. 20 and iS St. Clair stoat.
DINE APPLES.-500 reoeived this day
and for Bak by ILEYLIER ANDERSO,
No. Se Wood etreat,
Cprnr.ito St. Charles Hotel.
4'T BOARDS—For Packing Joints,
sold by WM. G. JOHNSTON Ic. CO.,
tryl.7 . Parer 1 1 8111nre. E 7 IVer4 stmt.
VISEL-150 pkgs. 'White Fish, Trout, 884-
2: mon, do. Inp7l 11E3111Y 11. COLLINS.
Rill:D.-10U barrels fre 7i tt oi l i g i ile i gitt riti rei'd
HIMNEY .170 PS of various patterns, for
sale'ty I [mr2Bl IL "11. COLLINS.
91OBACCO AND CIGARS.---A hirgeasaort
,R ment of favorite brands, on band and for sale by •
8111 Th t CO,
118 Escond, and 147 First streets.
'kJ etuy,EsE.-2,25 bons prime W. R. cutting
Chow method and for r 6
saai . 'MWg 00/.41112.
DOLLAR. SAVINGO DANK,
No. 65 .Ib:ofh &reef,
HIDDLD ttooar, SORBS' N/117 BUILDING.
(IPEN DAILY, from 9 to 2 o'clock; also,
on Wednesdav and Saturday evenings, from May let
to November Ist, from 7 to 9 b'closa; and from November
Ist to May let, from 620 8 o'clock.
Deposits received of all Ennis not lees than On DOLLAn,
and a dividend of the profits declared twice a year, in June
and Decornber. Interest was declared at the rate of six per
cont. per annum, on the first of •Decomber, 1855; also in
June and December, 1856, and in Juno and December, 1857.
Interest, if not drawn out, is plr.ciid to the credit of the
depositor as principal, and bears the same interest from the
first days of Juno and December, compounding twice a year
without troubling the depositor to call or oven to present
his pass book. At this rate, money will double in less than
twelve years, making in the aggregate mon: AND oil ae.taLs
PLR CENT. A YEAR.
Books containing the Charter, By-Lows, Rules and Ilegu•
laticr.e, furnished gratis, en application at the oSlca.
Hopewell Hepburn, John H. Shoonberger,
N. Grattan Murphy,
Alexander Bradley, Isaac M. Femmes,
Robert Robb, James D. Kelly,
William 8. Lovely, Seine's Herdman,
Filll Burgwin, John 3 Cosgmee,
BANK O!' lOWA.
A. J. STEVEN S
COLLECTIONS MADE and prompt, / a.
mated. LANDS solcotf , d and locate
wi.thing to mate inyeatmonte in the Wont, con do so through
thin house. Oornispondouce aoliclted. tray:A:inn
AtriTlN L 007,173 TO
H. D. LOCt-7.3.
AUSTIN LOOMIS L CU., lisialers in
Promthory N o tesADonds, Mcrtga ics, and all Soon:lo.ra
Money Loaned an Chec s at short dale:, with collateral
NOTE 3 AND DRA_PIi'DOCKIHT AND BOLD.
l'FisiT,: . :lli:CiE, PA
b!C2411 4 1 R 011.713073
LIY IL COLLINS
William J. Andorsoa. Jamey W. 11.2.11umn,
John G. Baclion, Charl,s .fi.nap,
Albert Calbertsot, P. A. Madeira,
John B. Canfield, John ki. Mellor,
J. Gardiner Catlin, Walter P. Marshall,
Alonzo A. Carrier, Wilson Miller.
David Campbell. A. M. Pollock, M. D.
Charles A. Colton, Usury L. Ringwalt,
William Douglass, John M. P.awyor,
Francis Felix, George 8. Selden,
George F. Gillmore, Alexander Tindle.
James S. loon, Thooluld Umbstaetter,
William S. Haven, George I. White,
fr...mataryandi Treasurer—CHAS. A. COLTON. [fe3
Fbrecus desiring Loans cuu be accommodated ou refe3oue.
ble terms, and capitalists can be furnished with good !teeny!.
ties ut remnubrative prices.
Also, attend to the Sale, Routing and Lettoing or ;Leal
Office, No. 52 FOURTH etroct, above Wood,
AUSTIN LOOMIY, Notary Public
& SONS, Bankers and Ex
a change Brokers, and Dealers in Notes, Drafts, Ac, ept
auce.s, Gold, Silver and Bank Notes. Exchange on the East
ern and Western Cities constantly for sale.
Collections made in all the cities throughout the United
States. Deposits received in par funds or current paper, No.
67 Market street, between Third and Fourth eta. Lja3o:ly
T11.0.51AS WOODS, Commercial Broker, and
Dealer in Notes, Bonds, Stocks, Real Estate, &c., N 0.75
Fourth street, Pittsburgh, Ps. Jane
TOLIN WOODS, BANKER AND EXCHANGE
8RNE.3.3., Dealer in Exchange, Cotninercial and Bank
Notes. Stock bought and sold on conamie:don. Collections
carefully attended to. Interest paid on Depe,its. No. 67
JONES' NEW BUILDING, Fourth street. joie)
By the IPEesident of the United
IN pursuance of law, I, JAMES 1315-
CITANAN, President of tho United Statue of America,
tie hereby declare and make known that public sales will be
held at the undermentioned land oftices in the T.F.RILITWIT
oe NreicAeLt, at toe periods hereinafter designated, to wit:
At the land office at ISI:OWNSVILd,'I, commencing on
Monday, the czth day of Sep.ember next, for the disposal
of the public Lando whale the following named tuwnohlps,
1V - vet of the bate tine and east of the sixth principal
That part of township one °nuncio of the Sac and Fox, and
Half Breed, Nemaha reservation, range 17.
That part of townettip3 1,2, 3, and 4 outside of the Sac
and Fox; and Half Breed, Neinahu reservation, and frac
tional townships 5 and 6, of range 16.
That part of township one outside of the Sac and Fox
reservation; township 2, the parts of townships 8, 4. and 5
outside of the Half Breed, Nemaha roservation ; and frac
tional township 6, of range 15.
That part of township one outside of the Sac and Fox re
- townships 2,3, and 4; that part of township 6
outside of the Half Breed, Nemaha reservation, and town
ship 6, of range 14.
Townships 1,'2, 3,4, 5, and 6, of range 13.
Townships I, 2., 3,4, 6, and 6, of ramo 12.
Townships 1,2, 3,4, 6, and 6, of range IL
Townships 1,2, 3,4, b, and 6, of range 10.
Townships 1,2, 3,4, 5, and 6, of raugo 9.
At the land ottice at 5 ki1ti1...4.6KA citY, commencing on
Monday, the rtxth day of September next, for the disposal of
the public lands within the following named townships,
North of the base tine and east of the sizth principal
Fractional townships 7 and 8, of range 16.
Township 7, and fractional townships 8,9, 10, 11, and 12,
cf rang° 14.
Townships 8,9, 10, 11, and 12, and fractional township 13,
of range 13.
Tuianshipa 7,8, 9, 10, and 11, and fractional townships 12
end 13, of range 12.
'Townships 7,8, 9, 10, and 11, and fractional township 12,
of range 11.
Townships 7,8, 9, 10, and 11, and fractional townships 12,
13, and 14, of range 10.
Townships 7,8, and 13, and fractional townships 14, 15,
and 10, of range 9.
At the land office of OMAHA CITY, commencing on
Monday, the sixth day of September vest, for the disposal of
the public lands within the following named townships,
North of the base line and c;c/ of th 4 sixth principal
Fractional townships 13, 14,15, and 16, of range 14.
Fractional townships 13, 14, 16,16, and 17, of range 13.
Fractional townships 12, and 13, townships 14, ID, and 10,
and fractional townships 17, 18,19, and 20, of range 12.
Fractional township 12, townships 13, 14, 15, lb, 17, and
18, and fractional townships 19 and 20, of range 11.
Fractional townships 12,13, and 14, and townships 15,16,
17, 19, 19, and '2O, of range 10.
Fractional townships 14, 16, and 10, and townships 17, 19,
19, and 20, of range 9.
Lands appropriwed by law for the use of schools, military,
and other purposes, will be excluded from the sales.
The offering of the above lands will be commenced on the
days appointed, and will proceed in the order in which they
ate advertisrsh until the whole shall have been offered, and
the sales thus closed; but no sale shall bo kept open longer
than two weeks, and no private entry of any of the lands
will be admitted until after the expiration of the two weeks.
Given under my hand, at the city of Washington, this
thirtieth day of March, anno Domini one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-eight.
By the Prost !ent:
Tues. A. HHNDRICES,
Commissioner of the General Land Office
NOTICE TO PRE-ENIPTION CLAIM &NV
Every person entitled to the right of pre-emptiou to any
of the lauds within the townships and parts of townships
above enumerated is required to establish the same to the
satisfaction of the register and receiver of the proper land
office, and makepayment therefor as soon as practicable aftcr
seeing this nezice, uud before the day appointed for„the com•
mencement of the public sale of the lands embracing the
tract claimed, otherwise such claim will be forfeited.
THOS. A. HENDRICKS,
ap23:3end Commissioner of the General Lan Cake.
MAPB.-A largo assortment of Pocket
Maps for 1858, comprising sectional and Township
Lthipd of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, lowa, Mho
soul. Kansas, Nebraska and Minnesota, on hand and for
Bale by W. s. HAVEN,
aps Nos. 31, 83 and 35 Market street.
GREEN, 141ARSHALL AN D BOONE
Counties, lowa—valuable lands In these countios, for
DOD FISH.-10 drums extra large land fine,
for sale by WM. S. 8311TH b 00.,
rarle. 118 Second, and 147 First streets.
RIOE.-10 tierces prime, for sale by
wm, 11. KILTS CO.,
mr'26 118 Second, and 147 First streots
Q1.10A1t.—,50 hhols. prime N. 0. Sugar, just
recd and for We by WM. 11. SMITH 8 CO.,
IS 4: l 4<ere, nu.l 147 111r4.1atToefn
RIO CUFFEE,-5(.4) bags, good to choice,
Rio ()Wen, in lit,,rn and for et.io by
MILLER .2 RICRETSON.
..QODA.--15 kegs Bi. Curb. Soda, just re
p...) etivoa, and for edit) by
znylB MILLEB. & RICKETSON.
A VOICE FROM ()RIO.
BUCYRUS, April 12, 1858.
irnixitn Lien :—Ayre'e Worm Oonfectioun are taking tine.
ly. Three of oar physicians nee them in their practice.
:Mud as another crust' by exprma. _ _
ROBINSON at LOUR.
Compounded and for sale at Sao corner of Wood and sixth
etrecta, Pittebnrah. mylaulaer
rEMONS.-100 boxes Palermo Lemons,
itizt received and for sale by
MULL= & ANDERSON,
No. S 9 Wood stroet,
Opposite 13t. Charkg Hotel.
200 doz. Lemon Syrup;
10 " Strawberry Syrup;
6 " Pine Apple "
6 " En9berry
Just received and for Salo by
EBYttrit A ANDERSON,
No. 89 Wood Wed,
Je9 Opposite the Et. Charles 'Hotel
600 yards 6 inch;
GOO " 4 "
64 t, a "
400 " 2 "
Received and for sale by [ja] RENRY H. COLLINS
"MEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS! 1
AA Mary Dement, by Mrs. Ann S. Stephens ;
The Jealous Wire, by Miss Pardee.
Per z.slo by A. LOOMIS,
JeS Post Buildings, 41 Plfth stroot.
TT RAPPING PAPERS.-10,'O reams as
' sorted 'gas, straw and rag wrapping, for sale by
WM. G. JOIDIe3TON & CO,
Je9 Paper Casters, bY Wood street.
('IOPYING PRESSES, Copying Books,
Nya Brushes, Oil Paper, for sale by W. B. HAVEN,
tar 2 4 Comes Market and Fecund sts.
.bble. Fine Flour in
store, and for solo by
.10 ILICOANDLEBEi, MEANS bOO.,
Omer of Wood and Weter atreeta.
FatrEt Carpet Corn
-yltooms OD LW and for 6 J. H.
S in South Pittsburgh, for
sale by. B. 01.1MBEIIT & bON,
bl Market street.
for side /3' " Woad anti - Wm mr"ift
The Pittsb'h, Ft. Wayne & Chicago
WITII ITS AMPLE ROLLING STOCK
and elnipmer.t, and its through connections,is pre
pared to transport Passengers and droight from PHILA.
tIIELPHIA and PITTSBURGH to CHICAGO, ST. LOUI.I3,IN
DIANAPOLIS, OINCI .NATI, and all planes West and South
west, with a groat degree of regularity and expedition.
The fact that this Road terms a direct and consolidated
line betwoen Pittsburgh and Chicago, i 3 a sufficient gnat.-
antes that its Trains will make good Lime, and connections
with Trains on other Ecad.
ON AND AuTED. MONDAY MAT 10th, 13,18, the Trains
on this road will leave tl:o UNION DEPOT, Pittsburgh,
daily, (Sundays excepted, es follows:
PASSE:NOES. TilklbiS LEAVE
Pittsburgh.l Or2stline. Ft. Wayne.
U. S. Mail, 7:30 A. 7:07 P.M
First ...... 2:40 A. DI. E 10:00 P.M 5:01 P. M.
Second r 2:1) I'. AL I 10:2B P.M I 4:LO A. 31.
RUACII CHICAGO—First Exprece, at 7:00 A. LI.; kecond
Exprras at 1.30 I'. DI.
REAPH CII.CINNATI—First Express 5:21 P. tea; Sctc.nd
Exprots 7:25 A.
REACti ST. LOUIS— ffirLt Erpro..s S:CO r. zr.; Second Ex
press 4:53 P. H.
All Trains icalia eloso coliii.. , :tora at Crei•tline for Colzsm
bus, Cincinnati, TudiAntlisifis find St. Louis; ale.o at Fort
Wargo with Trains oa Walsith arid Visstern Railroad. for
I..a.lt.yette, Central Illinois :ear Si. Louis ; ids°, at Forest t7Pat
Trains on the DLR.& la E.l:. E., ci:d Lima with Traine wT.
Dayton and Michigan Railroad.
Prom Chicag,-. 2t.Yieyne.. (..3-..stliroa. I A rr.llt:::' - e,
U. S. .10,00 P.M. 6:::0 1.•±10 P.M. I 8.6'.;
let E4pre.t:e, 0,30 A. i5l. 2:00 F. M. 0:12P.M. 6:10 A
2d Ea A 11 1•15 P
Theca Train! make close connections with Traits for lift
adulphia, Baltimore New York and Beaten.
Trains from Bt. Louis, Indianapolis, Ctucianati and Ccia , .. l
Lns make close connections at Crostiine viith all returtil:.
Trains. At Fort Wayne, Trains from St. Toms, °billFill i
neia, Lafayette, and intermediate placea, connect with raw - ,0
Trains. At Forest, connections are made with Trains to and
from Cincinnati Springlield and Daiton. The U. S. Mari
twee Pitodairgt: to Creitline, Llng C. train Inc local ht.tt
taxis, Is ovortaten by the 9eamd N.T.prees.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN2-2.re , Ne New Brighton for
Pittsburg::, r.t A. M.. and P. rd. Leave Pitts
burgh for New F.righ ton at 0:30 A. M. aLa 5a03 P. M.
and no charge for
Travelers or poisons intending l,sparcliass tickets in Pitts
burgh for the W.et, v. - ell boar in lidnd It it the arty
authorized by the i'. W. di C. it. It.; C. :1" I'. It. It., and
Iteubeneillo and Indiana Railroad Couapau les, is
GEORG i PAR ILIN, at the Union '1• (Let Office,
Cohheuteil with the Fean'a Paleengis
Car cr lAborty at d clraut nt.r.•. Ls.
BAGt.I6OI: will Let Lu ch:cicoil for poieund
ticket a at a,ty uthbr 1,11!s city.
TO CONIALENCE UN MONDE ti,lttitty lOth, coutirine
until further u.itie.e.
11'05' WESTERN ;Mk TE,
TO CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, and ST. LOUIS
AND CINCINNATI, HAMILTON A DAYTON RAILROADS
Dis".ance only 329 ukile...3 irons Pittabu.-g4 to MlZinna
relllS LINE is composed of Roads of the
A. First Class, and is located throm,,l, a beautiful Lead
highly cultivated portion of the State.
Direct connection is made at Cincinnati with the Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad, (the tracks of the C. U. K D. & O. & M.
Roads, being connected, for
Louisvi le, St. Louis,
Evansy like, Cairo,
Natchez, New itricaue.
Connection made nt St. Louis with the Pacific Railroad
and Missouri Ritter Packets, for
KANSAS AND NEBRASKA,
And all pt4h.t.3 West. Also col - Aunt , ' at Cincinnati with
lioutucky Cantral R. It., for Lexington, Danville, Frankfort
aud all point, in tirotral lientucky.
Trains leave Penn street Station an follows :
TlarcuEa' to Chiciuns.ti with
3:30 A A. !Alt 0110 change or care, ar
riving at t1:15 P. M.
Express Paelenger Train, er
2.015 P. M. riving in Crettline at 10:05
A. 11., Ciu. thin) P. H.
tn. BAGGAGE CHECKED TILEOLf 6' "da
Fore as Low kVs any other Itonte.
For all information, and Through Tickets, apply at the
Ticket Office, corner riloncr.gahold !louse, or at Petal, etreet
4l Paslcirgera desirous of going thin route will a=ek for
Tickets via Delaware Cut-Off.
J. IL :11.001LE,' Supt. P. Ft. FT. to C. 11. It,
DAN'L McLAILL:.^I, Supt. C. 11. b. D. It. R.
JA2IES BIICJIM AN
S. CIITIII3IIIIT Is AUDI.
J. J. HOUSTON, Cen. Pac.i'r. and Pr't. Ag't.
1). W. B 0 3 Yea-a'r. 2.4;eat, Chicago.
5tH. U. MIL.'OII.II. 6nporinr,ialent..
VIA PITTSBURGH, 1. WAYNE and CIUCAGO,
VIA. DELI WAKE OUT-OFF
The Cleveland, Plitsburgh and
Pittsburgh, Columbus 61 ChiCillEitiii
7-7 ' . ---;5 7 .--iiii.1.. 71 1: - M ,
Change of 'flute.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, MAY I.OTu,
1858. Trains will hrive the I.k T ut of the lunu,lyleauia
Central Railroad vs folio W'S :
6:4 For CLEVELAN
YELL D, BUFFALO, DatitolY,
5 i. 3.1. }.
WIISISLLIEI AND ZANEANELLE.
For CLETE:L.S.ND, TOLEDO, , DET/WIT,
2: 35 e
wile Detroit line of stetun6cs.
4:00 P. DI.) Li 140 2. r ALL WAY STATIONS ON :LEE liuvee
Passengers desartng tp go to Chizago or points beyond
Chicago, via Cleveland, must as!: for tickets via Cleveland
PITTSBURGH; COLTLYBUS AND CINCLYN_ATI (rid,
STEUBENVILLE,) VA LL 10) AD
CHANGE OF TIME.—On and ester MONDAY, the 10th,
of May, 16.58, Trains will leave the Depot of the Pennsylva
nia Central Railroad, as follows:
1 lior ST.E.UnnIiVILLI6 COLlnintl, 4 RtYTON,
3:00 1.111.1 INDLLINAPOLI3, LOUDVILLL, CSIP. , ), Unit.
rills Anti zinsi , (nua..t:;s.
IFen CIINZit.TI AND ET. Looca, and ALL
2:35 Po HNC
o Th i r .° o i ts. g i, r 1 t3 t,:> o () T i ll ucili D ad V t l i E dsci E theca change
Paesengers desiring to go to Columbus, Cincinnati, eto.,
or any pinta beyond Columbus via Steubenville must ask
for tickets via Steubenville. JA MIS FA.P.I.ICIt,
',Superintendent C., P. A W. IL It.
W. W. &SCILLY,
Superintendent P., 0. Le C. I.t. it.
PITTSBURGH & CONNELLSVILLE
1L lit (D A
F$ . A
S I N and after Monday, the 10th inst. Pass-
Nty onger Trains will be run daily, (except Sundays,) from
the Pennsylvania ii.stilruAl Pasiengor Depot, as follows :
Mail Train leaves Pittsbnrch 7:00 A. u.
Express Train loaves Pittsburgh "•B'd
Mail Tra n leaves Counellsyale 200 A. ra.
Express " bsid a u s
Arriving at Pittsburgh 5:15 A. rd.
Tickets to be had at PeausylvauLa Railroad Ticket tiface.
Mail Train connects at Conneil.sville with Duntlug S Hall's
Coaches for Uniontown, Frostburg, Cumberland, sic., cud
at West Newton with Coaches for Mt. Plea ant, Somerset,
Freights to and from Pittsburgh und SlAtbrui on Pitts
burgh and Counullaville Railroad, will be raceiyed nod de
livered in Pittsburgh, at the •'Baldwin Depot," opposite
"Duquesne Depot." Excepting such us Pig Iron, Lumber,
Stone, etc., which will be loaded or umoaded at Outer De
pot, or et the camel Depot, 63 may be arranged with Freight
Agent, Pennsylvania Railroad, nt Pittsburgh.
H. T.LACKSIONL, Supl,
Transportation Department P. C. R. It., t
Connellsvllte, May tith, 1868. j
Now Route Via, River and Railroad.
htdinapolis & eincio.oati Railroad
(lONNEOTING AT INDIANAPOLIS with
Terre llama, and Terre Ilante_aq Aliuu Railroads,
to St. Louis and Lafayette and Indianapolis, Now Albany
and ealuin and Michigan central Roads for ClllO WO,
ROOK ISLAND, liUltlilNGTOei, and all intermediate
Through Freight Train to INDIANAPOLIS, TF.a.i.D. l5 -1
HAUTE, LAPAYSTTE, and PED,U.
Freight carried from Cincinnati or Lawrenceburg in lees
time than any other route by 2-knout, and ct as LOW rates.
The only road by which shipments can be made from CM,
cinnati to the W 1332, ithout broal,lng bulk.
Consignment a made to J. B. GIBBONS, Agent at Cincin
nati; or, W. IL CUPPING, Agent at Lawrenceburg, will
receive prompt attention, and no charge for c,ommia.ion ;
no cionefor dr‘iyage or commission at Lawrenceburg.
For Luther inforrnatiou, apply to THOMAS itAMTBIAN,
(No. 11b Water street,) Agent of the Company, who in pro•
pmed to give Tuaocau niscsmrs W Indimapoils, Terre
Ideate, Lafayette, Chicap, Yore, Grooncastie, Crawtorda.
Charleston, Pane, and Mattoon.
U. G. WILD, Przaident.
JNO. B. CaP,P.B", Oen'l Peeight Agent. mrii
A MILLIKEN CO. havo on hand, at
AlL s their .3 xtranslve 0.A.131 IW. and 0116113 ..112LNUEA.O.
WAY, No. 64 6.mithficll ermet, a large assortment of fancy
and Pain Suruiture, which they will sell lb per amt. lower
:ban customary rates. Toms, cash only. [dar27:y
WOODWELL'S FURNITURE AND
cid4no+, Whalriale end Retail, embracing every
style of Parniture, i P.c=wood, Mahogany and - Walnut,
suitable for -Parlore,Cilatellers and Dining lioonle, equal to
any in, New York orri.iterielphin, and &slower prie.e. Every
article, made by hand, and warranted. Cabint-makers sup
plied with any quantity of FIIRNEPURE and CaalliS, on
roaaannble terra& lintels and Steamboats furnished at the
thortett notice. WaroTooms, Non. 77 and 79 THLS.D street,
Pittsburgh, Pa. 0c.23
QTARCII,-250 bx Rochester Pearl Starch,
recthr.rj wad VA. Baja b ooLutis.
i ANANAS.—First of the Beason just re
ceived by expreei and for sale by
LEY hi ANDERSON,
Nu. 89 Wood. etiaot..
Oppcs!to 3t. Charles Coto,.
OLL BUTTER—* bbis. Fresh Roll Butter
received end for sale by J/12. A. FETZER,
ttrsrl2 . Oar= Morlrot and Paw ate.
LT' executed in the highest style of
A. art, and at reasonable prices, by
J. B. WELDIII, Beokr.elic,r and Stationer,
63 Wcod etreet, near Fourth.
'MEV-BEDFORD SPERM CANDLES:—
AAat# boxea smarted EliZa, Vs, Ws and 6% Sporn Candlea
on hand and fcr. raWby O. & ,7
BOOK-KEEPI.NO, ..01enks, and
Dancan'et eyeteni of rearvmmlbir& for sale by
tir. 8. HAVEN,
Corner Marliot and Second_streett. .
A WNING RODS--1 set Awning Rods, for
4 - 11 . "I° by (j 025) HENRY 14. OQWOINO.
THE: PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
.M-ENTII2. GRWer OMMEtAL ROME, conii mans
the Atlantic Cities with Western, Northwestern
and Sonth-western States byjs. continuous Railway direct.
This Road ulso connects at Pittsburgh with Dail cot
Steamers to all ports on the Wes aaa at Cleve
land and Sandusky with steamers to all ports on the North
western Lakca; making the moat Line; OZIEAPBELT and
azt.wax r.omm by which FREIGHT can be forwarded to and
from the ones WEST.
Rata a b etwe en Philadelphia& Pittsburgh.
111,13 T CLAES.— Boota, Shoes, Hats and -
Caps, Books, Dry Goods,(in boxes, bales
and trunks,) Drugs, (in boxes;and bales)
heathers, ALIT. 4'o.
SECOND OLAES—Demeu tio Bisecting, Shirt- 4
Mg and Ticking (in original bales),
Drugs (in cmdth), Hardware, Lcather(in
Calla or boxes), Wool, and Sheep Pelts,
TIMID °Ulla—Anvils, Steel, (Maine (in'
casks), Hemp, Bacon and Pork, Salted
(loose or in sacks), Tobacco, manna°.
tared, (except Cigars or cut,)
FOURTH CLASS—Coffee, neh, Bacon, Beef
and Pork, (in Calks or boxes Eastward,)
Lard and Lard Oil,Nalls,Boda Ash, Ger
man Clay, Tar, Pitch, Rosin, .be.
FLOUR-760.13 bbl. until further notice.
GRAIN in car loads, 35 cts. 7,9, 100 If,. until farther notice.
CCTTOii-52 tcl bale, not exeuetliog .550 . 1.}3. weight, until
In shipping Goods from any point East of Philadel
phia, be particular to mart packagesPetnr/ssutic
atCroal" All Goads consigned to tne Agen of-thus Road
at PhilaCelplda or Pittsburgh, will be forwarded without
Eli-VS.IIT Aors , ls—Harris, Wormley Co., Memphis, Tenn.;
P;. Sam 8 Co., St. Louis; P. G. O'liiloy C Co., Evansville,
Ind.; Dumesnil, Bell A Ca., and Carter A. Jewett, Louisville,
Ky.; It. 0. Meldnam, Madison, Ind ;H. IV. Brown Co., and
Irwin Co, Cincinnati; N. W. Graham A Co. ' Zanesville,
Ohio; Lcr.Y.:l a Co., No. 54 Ellby street, Boston; Leech fs Co.,
No. 2 Astor Home, New York; No. 1 William street, and No.
8 Battery Place, New York; E. J. Sneeder, Philadelphia;
latgrew Koons. Baltimore; D. A. Stewart, Pittsburgh.
11. E. HOUSTON,
General Freight Agent.
ii. J. LOALBAERT,
Enporinti,adont, Altoona, Pa.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
- p EMOVAL.—J. & H. PHILLIPS have
r,t, removed to their new building, Noe. 23 and 28 BT.
itreot . , weet aide, between Penn area and ilia Bridge.
J. a 11.
a11..] tIIP A OTUP.;.R©OF FLOOP, FURNITURE, CARRIAGE,
`2.113LE, AND TRANSPARRNT it OPAQUE
WiMTEDOW SfatlDE CLOTEUI
Alao, DrALERs IN OIL OLC,4IIS 'WINDOW SEADES
Dealers in INDIA RUBBER GOODS, of all kinds, made
under Goodyear's Patent; Awaits of the Boston and Now
Yor . a. Belting Companies, for the sale of their INDIA RUB
BED. MILTING, HOSE ;and PACKING. LEATIINP. BELT
ING of klasidn marinfuctaro, a superior quality ; also, Lace
Leather and Rivets. Agents for the OHIO lIIB.E-PROOP
FILNEII,.'I, PAINT. Dry and Mixed Paints, Varnishes,
Ms, Turpentine, Brushes, Glass and Putty. HOUBII AND
bION PAINTING AND GLAZING, in all its branches,
Ckne in the best aud shortcut time.
f dc2o:ly J. H. PHILLIPS,
El we No3.2ti and 2 SLOW: stroot; Manufactory at Phil
on tho Ohio river, three ndlea below Pittsburgh
CALPTETS, OIL OLOTIN, MATTING, &0.,
Totaq-111 Street Oaripet Store.
lyg" D. & 11. 1 4 ,1'0ALLUI respectfully
v 6 invite the attention of their former customers
and the public generally to their present stoat, just selected
for Spring sales, embracing the very latest styles of Foreign
and Rome Manufacture, consisting in part of Velvets and
Brussels, Tapestry and Common Ingrain: also, Brussels,
Daumlc, Twilled and Plain Stair CARPETS.
011. CLOTIIS PROM 2 TO 24 FEET WIDE,
Rugs, Mats, Stair Rods, Canton and Cocoa Matting; List,
Yarn and Rag Carpets; Venitlan Blinds; Painted, Buff and
Crean Holland Shades.
It will give us plcr-tare to show goods to all who may be
desirous of loohing or purchasing, and we are determined to
otter inducements to any who may favor 11.1 with a call, at
the old smnd, No. 87 Y91111.T11 Street, near Wood.
mylmly W. D. & H, M'CALLVII.
s t IL CLOT!! CLOTHING—Of all kinds
111 black and yellow, f.,r sale at the India Rubber Depo
and 2,S St Oloir Area. [(1621 J..t H. PHILLIPS.
-S,J,IL FOR TILE FALL TRADE.
We have on baud, and aro daily receiving additions
thereto ft-cm our own and other manufactories, a large stock
of Floor Nurniture, Carriage Trimming,Table Cover, Tram"
parent, o:men and Bar, and all kb:Ma of 01101(3h, need for
liouaefuruielling and other purixnie.a. Also, Transom Ent
Window Chadea, of dry and oil finish—gold bordeiod and
other etyle3, and Window Shade Trimmings.
Aierch.Lats and others will find it to their advantage to ex
amine our stock and priced before making their puroGaises
VLOOR OIL .CLOTHS,-
0: oar own and esstorn manafacture--all widths, and
cat to talt any ai:o2 or roams pr halla—tt the OS Cloth Ware
Looms. No. 26 and 23 Bt. Glair street.
oz:W. J. 5 H. PHILLIPS.
The Best awl Cheapest li Use.
ADAIR, GRANT & HARTMAN,
mAriUFACTURE RS AND DEALERS IN
Blnlara eel Fite and liVater Proof Pelt,
Content and Gravel fLooffs,
Elastic, Fire & Water Proof Canvas limofing,
OIFFICE.;4I4- FIFTH STREI`,T
Some of our Oanva3 Roofs may be seen at
the following placce.:-11. G. Hussey di Co.'s copper works;
Phelps., Perko 4 Co.'s carriage factory, Manchester; Graff,
Bennett Ai Co.'a new rolling mill; Rubinson g Minnie' foun
der/ and machine shop; JC11110 5 3 Millinger El new planing
mill, South Pittsburgh ; Gen. Wm. Robinson's dwelling. Al
legheny; P., Ft. W. C. IL It., and 0, 0. aC. 8.. It. freight
house, Crestlins, Ohio; P., Bt. W. di C. R. R. buildings, at
Rochester and Sewickley; Kittanning bridge.
WAltilltN'S ROOFING has been in use fifteen years, and
gives eattlaction. Call, or send to our offle, fora circular,
con taint.n6 over sixty letters,testifying its superior durability
`co some of Warren's Rooting on Daq - esne Depot, St.
Charlai lintel, hew Dispatch Building , Yost Banding, Chron
icle iluildlue, St. Andrews E. Church, Hand street; „Mansion
O'L;sra (3103 e Works, 0. Ihmsen's Glass Warehouse,
Chess, Wh:ou a Co.'a rolling mill and tack factory.
OUR ELASTIC 010.1.23 NT,
We apply on OLD LItON au I TIN ROOFS, which makes
them as good as now, and better water proof. [ap23:oln
Seventy-Five Neva and Second-Hand
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES,
FOR BALE AT
AVIIITVS REPOSITORY 0
TWO MILE RUN,
rvHE SURSURIBER OFFERS FOR SALE
or exchange,on tho most reasonable terms,
a fine assortment of Baronet:tea and second-hand
Buggies made by Watson, of Philadelphia, some ut little
used. Also, twerrty-ono now Buggies, made in my own shop,
from the very best material purchased in Eastern market.
A tine lot of Trotting Wagons,
new and second-hand. Also,
a lot of Boat Wagons, Jenny Linda, Germantown Wagons,
Jersey Wagons and Rockaways, two flue Phemtons, seats fur
four persons, ono of them Watson's make, and the other
New Ycrk make. Two lino Sulkies, one made by Mr. B.
Rodgers, Philadelphia, and a few Common Buggies, suitable
for light marketing. The subscriber flatters himself, that
ho can make it to the interest of persona wishing to pun
chase, to give him a call.
The rttabllnhment is convenient to the city, tho Excelsior
Omnibus Lino of Coaches passing the door every ten minutes.
ydaw JOSEPH WRITE.
Q,,TEAM MILL, STEAM MILL—For Sal©,
A Grist Mill all complete in good running order, d
run of stone, smut machine, a corn awl cob cracker, etc.
Also, a dwelling bonne of 4 rooms, a large stable and 2 lota
of ground, situate in South Pittsburgh, will be sold at a
bargain. 8. OUTIIBERT & SON,
WRITING PAPERS—Of every deorip
Lion sold wholesale or - retail, by
WM. O JOHNSTON a 00.,
Paper Dealers, 57 Wood street.
(;OAP POWDER.-50 boxes Soap Powder
10 of onr own mannfactnre, warranted mmerior to soy
offered for We in this market, on hand and for solo by
R. 0. tt J. H. SAWYER.
GROCERIES WINES AND LIQUORS
150 bags Ilk Coffee;
100 chests Black and Green Teas;
25 btla. Crushed Sugar;
25 " Coffee
20 " New York Syrup ;
20 " New Orleans Molasses;
5 Tierces New Rice;
10 boxes W. W. H. Grant's Tobacco;
100 " M. R. and Layer Raisins;
20 kegs 'French Plums;
2 Puncheons Jamaica Rum;
2 " Santa Cruz Ruin;
2 Plpos Holland Glu ;
Also, wrench Brandy; Port, Sherry, Malaga and Claim.
pagne Wines; Pure Old Rye and Rectified Whisky, in store
and for sale low, by BLAWOItTa BROWNLEE,
Successors to Haworth, Bro. & Brownlee,
Cor. of the Diamond and Diamond alley,
15 bbls. Eaatwick's Syrup ;
25 " New York '
25 " Baltimore "
61 hbils New Orlasne Sugar ;
ICO half chests Young Ely Eon Tea;
50 " Black Tea, far sale by
Jen W. 11. SMITH & CO
ANILLA PAPER.—A large lot various
s, tor a 6110 by Wal. G. JOLLNaGN & CO.,
Percr Pesten. 117 Wood et.
DLANTATION SUGAR dc MOLASSES—
i(x) hhds. fully fair and prime N. 0. Sugar;
600 bide., oak cooperage, prime N. 0. Molasses;
60 " Bt. James 8. 1,1 Molasses, now landing and
for sale, by MILLER RICKETEON,
m11;5 Noe. 191 end 223 Liberty street.
RILL PAPER—Of best quality—for sale
z y by WM. 0. JUUNSTON S; CO,
Je2B Stationers, b 7 Wood street.
UNVELOPES.—Buff, Straw, Amber and
..R.2A White, of all sizes, sold wholesale or retail, by
WM. G. JOHNSTON L CO.,
Stationers and Paper Leales, 57 Wood st.
CODA ASII.-100 casks Soda - Ash, now
landing and for fialo by
mylB MILLER & RIORETSON•
IQUGS.-10 barrels fresh Eggs, just receiv
ed and for sale by JAM e.. 8 A. FETZER,
j e 22 Corner Market and BIM streets..
1 7 (1 - 01:0 -
IV 8 drama eat's. largo Cod Bich;
3 " largo, _ " Just received and
for mik, by !MUER. & 1110E.ETSON,
=19.6 Nos. 221 and 223 Liberty etrent.
ELL COPYING BOOKS—For sale. by
1019 J. R. w.31.1)1.N.
AY & Bli3O?S PRINTING INKS—SoId
A by trayasti .7. B.
C.H.i.-I.lressett Hogs, just
,stz. fte sato by , JABLKO AlL : a beg cfnek,
4 1 3 Hi Ff
DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED
PBXII.IIID Br Bit. C. If. JACKBOI4, P!" 7 " 4 ,
Will effectually cure
LIVDP. COMPLAIbIT, DYBPEPBIA JAI:IND/OE, MAO
NI° OR- bi - BP.WODP, DEBILITY, DlSEAtikfi
-dad cu ari,•*;i4frcri a dt.",:.-r-I:.rce, Ziltzr eP iletael,
.ion, Inward Pilce,
rolinass, or Blood to the
Hand, Acidity of the Btornach,
Natumau, Ilcartborn, Most far road,
Volhasss or weight in the Stomach, Boar Erticta
tatlons, Sinking, or Fluttering at the Pit of the Sfo•
mach,-Switorning of the Head, flurried and Dif2cultr:
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Buffoon 'hog
ensatiOU9 when In a lying posture ; Dimness of Visisn,::u
Dots or Webe before the tight, Fever and Dull Pain
Jo the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yell,
!own= of the-8 kidand Limbs, Pain n
the Bide, Book, Chest, Limbs, ttc.,
Ecdden klirsha of Haat bur.
ing in the Flesh, Cer.stant
/raninings of Itril, sild,
In attributing each vainablepropartles to this remedy,
twill or unwarrantable assertion is cock, ut is simply etat.;
a fact; proton ondeniablY and oc•nelaqively by the truce
airway Carcg, end banetts derived front its :Ice, undo: the
racoon of itajiluittione orighaelor, Dr. Hooffen3, among all
classed of European society, and frost the immense'mug of
testimony, from ell parts of the ADlEri=.ll continent, accu
mulated during the last ten ~ ,e are, in the hands of the pr a.
ant proprietor. Tho pi , :•valeace of thee' szu to which the
German Bitters are adapted, it 13 with eorrow ate say it, is td
.recot universal; indeed there le ecarocly n family ihrotighol
the whole cutout cf our country in which. there cannot be
fouled among its member:: thet pecul:ar and
appearanez denoting a clisescteil Liver, or an emaciated Mal
Then of what humeaselimportanee to this class of %van
that a certain and reliable remedy should be placed with!
their reach; one which no b.ar.cild cr injaziona deg ea
tore into itcomposition; a remedy on which the notient e'en
aly with the utmost conndence and certainty, beeasuros
front actual and tangible proofs that the article he is yetii
belly poesessee the virtue, attributed to it. Such a romesy
to "1100PLAIi3A3 EL:tit - AN BITPERS. 4 Thousands 0
dollars have ecen expended in its manufacture and did:wenn
throughout all perte of this continent, and the proprietor
feels the greateet aetisfaction in canting that there b nc
static, connty, or even village, where the Medicine has keen
Introduled, tint there cannot be found numbers willing
It is need consts.utly in the practice of a large cumber e,
the most tit:omit/eat Phyableme in the country, who hare
also added thejs written testimauy iu evidence of its great
virtnae. In conclusion, then, we would retpeeittffly ask of
all those eifficizAl with any of the above dia.aem to give the
Isitters n trial, and rest tacrated it wit never he regretted.
In procf of ties statements above =do, all are invited to
read ettondvely the Almanac published annually by the pro.
prietor, for rannErs containing :a groat num.
her of useful roceipts, in addition to the testimony in favor
of the iactera, treat tire moat prominent and well known In.
dividuais in ell of the Union. All Agents for the Bit•
term are Lathed:Ltd be diztrthute, the Altumee gratuitously.
Principal:Xl:a and ataufactory, 06 Arch street, Philadel.
For sale holesale by Di-egg's:a in ail the priocipel
and at retail by Apothecaries and Storekeepers in every town
la the United l 3 ,toe and Conado, and by
B. L. Cd7AIINESTOOK A CO. and
Dr. CEO. H. 11E78E2,
60e. 100 Da
500. il 100 Los.
40c. cllO O O Mg.
UI?F IR NOT v.
CURE IS GUARANTEED IN
stages of SECRET DISEASES, Sel f -Abuse, Ner
vous Debility, atrictures, Gloats, Gravel, Dichries, Diseases
of the Kidneys sad Bladder, Mercurial Rheumatism, Bert,.
fain, Pains itt the Bones and Ankles, Diseases of the Lungs,
Throat, Noah and Eyes, Ulcers upon the Body or Limbs, Can
care, Dropsy, Epileptic Fits, St. Vita's Dance. and all diseases
arising from a derangement of the Senna' Organs, such as
nervous trembling, less of memory, hoe of power, general
weakness, dimness of vision with peculiar spots appear to
before the eyes, loss of sigh; wak.maintss, dyspepsia, liver
diseases, eruptions upon the face, pain in the back and head,
female irregularities and all improper discharges from both
sexes. It matters not frcm what cause the disease origins-
ted, however long standing or obstinate the case, recvocry is
certain, and in a shorter time than 4 permanent cure can be
effected by any other treatment, even after the disuses has
battled the skid M eminent physicians and resisted all the r
means of care. The atedichme are pleasant tithout odor,
ceasing no sickuess and free from mercury or balsam. Dur
ing twenty years of practice, I have rescued from the jaws
of death many thousands, who, in the last stages of the
above mentioned diseases had been given up to die by their
physician; which warrants me in promising to the afdictod,
who may plum themselves nutlet: ray care, a rerfoot and
most speedy cure. Secret diseseas are the greatest enemies
to health, as they ara ties first came of Consumption, Euro
fula and many Other diseases, and should be a' error to the
human family. As a permanent cure is scarcely ever offer,t
ed, a majority of the cases falling into the hands of incom
petent persona, who not only fail to care the diseases but
rain the constitution, tiling the system with mercury,
which, with the disease, hastens the sufferer into a rapid
Hut should the ditaisse and the treatment r 0; came death
speedily, and the victim marrie; the disease is eat - ailed
upon the children, who e t z.)1.5c...,a with feeble constitutions,
and the current uf lie corrupted by a virus which betrays
I itself it: Lissemfa, To: Ulcers, Eruptions and other effete.
tints of the skin'
eyes threat and lauga, entailing upon
them a t rief existence of sufferiug and them to
an early grave.
J. h U. PHILLI PS,
2t3 and V 3 St. Clair ot reet
51 Market street.
lt all iii2eiztic tno -rest, first causo
1 . - Arlaga troll' neglect of llatnra'a laws!
SELF ABUSE ftaothar entmg to health, fez
nothing la the da - ead eutale 4113 of human di niases causes
so destrueif ve a drain upon the system, drawing its thon.
sands of victims through a ilia years of culturing down to an
untimely grave. It destroys the nervoos srtetil, rapidly
wastes away the energies of life, causes mental derangement,
prevents the proper development of the system, disqualifies
for marriage, society, business, and all earthly happiness,
and leaves the saiiorer wretched in body and mind, predis•
posed to Consumption and a Main of evils more to be
dreaded than death itself. With the fullest confidence I as
sure the - unfortunate victims of Eelf-illuso that a permanent
and speedy cure can bo eificted, with the abandonment
of ruinous practices mg patients can be reeloied to robust,
Too all'ictz‘d ore caution ,- ,1 against tla:, nee of a:to:li
cit:es, for thorn are Er) many ;14 . ; , mi,ms 5n .are.: n cb.e colt/lava
of the public pr.nti to c.-..trh cr.c rob the tmwr.ry Eintre:•em
that millions have their ce.stituLione rained by thn viio
comp.:muds of (plank demo a, or the equa.l7 rui,onomf nos
trums vended a 3 "Patent ModiciueJ." I have car;r:ally e.na
tyse.l many of the.o ad led Patent Lierdicinoe and hind that
nearly all of them contain Cor.roxiTo Sublimatz , , which 19
One of the strongest nrota,rations of mercury and a dt,adi
poilion, which instead of curing the discos= Waal:lc.3 the aye
teal fur Ufa.
Three-fourths of the patent noctrue - fi or? In nee aro Da:
up by unprincipled and ignorant pszilear., who do not finder
stand corn the alphabet of the f,:attri.2 nod are eqaal
ly as destitute of any knowledgo of the bum.o.o.oystern, hay
ing oue object only in View, and that to Matt) money revue!.
less of COnGentlenCE-1.
Irregularities and ail di'Air..7 , 3 of nlf:103 cod funtalealteated
en principles estublirdeal by twenty year?and
sanctioned by thoufzucla of the most remarkable aorta.
Medicines, with full directions, sent to may part of the
'United States or Canadaa, by patients coval - WolicLi.tug Clair
symptoms by letter. Buel.nesa correar.ondenee ctrl; by con
fidential. .I.tddrcsa M. D..
Offlv: Y. 1121 Filbc•rL Et ft, 10 , „)
TIRE BEST Alen MOST CIERTAII'i SPECU
.2., LATION OF TUB TLIV22—ONLY ONE
DOLLAR PEE SIIARE.—Forty thou and dollars
worth of valuable Real Estate, Watches, Jewelry, ;i..";
Silver and Silver Plated Ware, with a groat variety 0: 14 .-•,,1::::J
of Fancy and Staple Goods; to be disposed of in forty thou
sand shares, at one dollar per share, as follows:—Upon the
payment of ono dollar,l will send the payer a numbered re
ceipt, which will entite him to one share in the above undi
vided property. When the shares shall have been sold, the
shareholders ehall bo notified of the fact, by mall, sr through
the newspapers, and a meeting of the Shareholders shall
then be field in the city of Philrdelphia, and the whole of
the property disposed of or distributed among them; in !Inch
way as shall be determined upon by them; each Sharehold
er shall be entitled to ono vote, a Committee to be selected
by the Shareholders at said meeting, to conduct or superin
tend the disposition of the property, according to the direc
tions of the Shareholders, and I will then deliver the pro
perty to such person or persons as the Shareholders may
appoint to receive the came. The Real Estate cowiists of
ono throe story brick dwelling house and lot, valued at 4 ,..."5.00,
awl two three story brick dwelling houses and luta valued
at MO oath, in the city of Philadelphia, clear of all berms
brence, and title indisputable; the other property consists
of the whole stock. and !Attires of one of the largest Watch
and Jewelry Stores in the city of Philadelphia, now, and for
a long time past kept by the subscriber. The stock consist
ing of very tine Gold and Silver Bunting Case Lever Watch
es, vary fine Gold and Silver Patent Lever, Lepine and other
Watches, Gold Chains, Pencils, Seals, Lockets, Ear Risgs,
Brooches, Bracelets, Diamond and other Rings and Pins,
Studs, Sleeve Buttons, &e., &c., Gold, Silver and Steel Spec
tacles, Gold and Silver Thimbles, Silver and Silver Plated
Ware, consisting of Tea Sets, Castors, Cake Baskets, Cups,
Spoons, Knives, Fork..., &c., do. Abe, French Clocks, Music
Boxes, Accordeons, and a great variety of other goods. The
above is not one of those schemes which are devised to en
trap the unwary, butte and •will be a fair sale of the entire
property belonging to the subscriber, persons are positively
assured the stock has not been purchased for the purpose of
deception, and to palm of Common Gilt and Plated Jewelry)
for Lae Gold, none such will be distributed, the must respect.
able persona are given as references, to those disposed to pur
chase dieter. Ail orders by Man enclosing the money will
be promptly attended to, and receipts forwarded to the ad
dress of the sender, by return mail. Any person sending
ten dollars at ono timo,ahall receive eleven operate receipts,
In as many separate names if desired.
Rs. In writing for shares, please write the name of the
Post Office, to which you wish the answer directed. This is
the greatest chance of getting a large amount of valuable
property, for a small sum, as has over before been offered to
the public. Send on your orders, as shares are, selling rapid
ly, and it is confidently expected the distribution will soon
Articles allotted to persons at a distance, will be sent to
them at their expense.
1€!1.. Agents minted In every town and village. AU com•
municatlene most be addressed to
L. R. BROOMALL,
No. 60 South Second street, above Chcznnt,
fiLOVERSEED.-25 sacks just received,
IL" and for gale by [fall HENRY U. ()UL M+
500 GROSS HAVEN'S No. ONE PENS.
Just received and for sale by
W. N. MAVEN.
Corner Marta anr! S-x'.end etreete.
10 DRUMS COD FISH, for c:ale by
BAGALEY, 0010 RAVE a Co.,
air 24 He&IS and 12 , 1 Wood meet.
OOLLEY'S SALVE for &ale wholosiae
• and retail at the Drug Burro of
3013-ti araz SR.,
Ccraer f Wood and Elimth eta, Pittzburfea
TIMOTHY SEED-10 bush. Good Timothy
80-LAI for ealo by . JAS. A. I.+ETZEP.,
D YE FLOUR
for tale by
-15 bbls. just received and
[nira] HENRY 11. COLLINS.
EGGS. -10 bble. froth Egga just reueivia
and for tale by I=2ol IL: COLLIN&
XPANSION SKIRTS—SteeI Spring, and
gA all the other celebrated Skirts, for raleby
ap26 JOS: HORN.% Blarl:ct etraot.
- El LACK LACE MITTS.—A largo stoeTk of
excellent atylo3; with and without flagon', very cheap
at (ap2l3) JOB. HORNE'S, 77 Market stroot.
• OTTON ElOSTERl.—Every variety of
Cotton Ste:6(lnm and Half IL:do at the lowest prices
tttialesala or retail, at JOS. LI:)RNES,
ap23 7: Market street..
YRUP.-10 bbL3. N. 0. Syrup for Bale, on
consignment, LT Enp7) ny...lror H. COLLINS,-
ItlCE,—Siz tierces prmu.ime Rice, just receiv
edwad for sale by PR, Fs niaIIETEON,
Plra2 No "41 and Liberty firraaL
600 F h o l l 'a a
nd t i w oc o of gr st c?u7d 5: 1 ar
ntly tf itnatptrtsia ° blt. Wnahington. Torras G
e ° .85..%y. 7 100 '
8. CUTII.BRBT .2 EMI, 83. Idatkot t.
BLACK CRAPE VEILB—.
an&qutalty—very cheap, at noRNE , B
IaTAROII.-3 00 bu t itoohester Pcarl Staratk
jart- 1404,4 Pad Wigs 9g. 'MINX IL QaTtLUM.
DR. MIANE I S
VE i", MIFUGE
WE beg leave to call the atten-:
tion of the Trade, and more
especially the Physicians of the
country, to two of the most popu
lar remedies now before the public-,
We refer to
Br. Chas. nano's Celebrated
Vermifuge-and Liver Pill
We do not recommend them a
universal Cure-ails, but simply for
what their name purports, viz.:
For expelling Worms from the
human system. it has also been
administered with the most satis
factory'results to various Animals
subject to Worms.
THE LIVER PILLS,
For the cure of LIVER COMPLAINTS,
all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS, SICK
HEAD-ACHE, &c. In cases of
FEVER AND AGUE,
preparatory to or after taking Qui
nine, they almost invariably make
a speedy and permanent cure.
As specifics for the above men
tioned diseases, they are - Unrivaled,
and never known to fail when ad
ministered in accordance with the
Their unprecedented popularity
has induced the proprietors,
to dispose of their Drug business,
in which they have been success-,
fully engaged for the last Twenty
Years, and they will now give their
undivided time and attention to
their manufacture. And, being de
termined that Dr. IVl'Lane's Cele
brated Vermifuge and Liver Pills
shall continue to occupy the high
position they now hold among the
great remedies of the day, they
will continue to spare neither time
nor expense in procuring the Best
and Purest material, and com
pound them in the most thorough
manner. Address all orders to
FLEMING BROS. Pittsburgh, Pa.
P. S. Dealers and Physicians ordering from others
than Fleming Bros., will do well to write their orders
distinctly, and take none but Dr. 111"Lanr's, prepared by
Fleming Bros. Pittsburgh, Pa. 'to those wishing, to giva
them a trial, we will forward per mail, post paid, to any
part of the United States, one box of Pills for twelvii
three-cent postage stamps, or ono vial of Vertnifugo for
fourteen three-cent stamps. All orders from Canada must
be accompanied by twenty cents extra. ,rt
VERMIITGE AND LIVED
P1L...2 7 .-75 Egon olx :ind for rain by
B. L. FAILNLSTOOR CO.
Cori Wood find Ylrrth ctrf!etof.
...v ~i W'l
Pri , g. , ,te and Ci:ll3filiGntia.l Medical Advice!
AT TUE BUFFALO PRIVATE 110SPI
TAI—zitabthih•Ni I')r tha cure cf fiyptulth, Seminal
Weatueaa and thu 6.:cret, Iniimitlea of I'ontli cad ,Matulity,
by Dr. AMOS SON, Buffalo, N. Y. 0111c:a coruar of Muhl
vaul Quay Streets, (up etairs.)
A MOST EMENTI2IO llniriwTrozi.
An instrument for the curo cf Genital Dr.hility, or Noctur
nal Emissions, more properly known us t:iolnhlat Weakness,
d:o. Can be nermanently cured in from fifteen to twenty
by the use of this instrument, when ueol conjointly
Y0UNG117.4. , 1 TAEE PARTICULAR NOITOIL
Dr. AMOS 2ON tale r.l.eo.stitoiti announcing that they
have inventoti a most imyortoutt tc nment for the cure of
tie above diseases. It hol boon su:dented to a test by the
mnt.t eminent nhyoiciarsi in London. Paris, Philadelphia and
Now York; it has been declared tho only metal instrument
over yet invented. for tha care of : 4 0minal Weattesa,ar any
tro.N...:a of tho- genital organs, manced by the secret habit!,
Dr.L.ll'o3 is order to ratiefy tit.) meet okeptical
au to the merita of their inatnueunt, pledge thematlveu that
in an; ineMnce they may proco tau , di,fr.ctory etfb.r
fc.it; trial, the money will be rufandeAl by rotn.rning the
utr went in good order.
l'ecaena wishinp: the above haefal lastrnment will obaurve
that the price, with the accompany;Dg . din.a oa , oaect Ely
Lathed and cent by exprece, is tea doltrr4.
Dr. AL`O5 B BON may Lo o.msulte d from e..glit c.'clo.r:r. in
tun morning radii nine at night, in over; stago s tl
tam of taw Conorrily!s.,'G'.(Atv, .:.ecor,thu'y
Eiotninal Vies.irr).(v2", iril[ , Gte/163 end tui ca of
the Urethra, etc., with inviolable tiCALTI.,37. The irsatment
thcy octopi El ti2o rccolt of upwnrd of thirty ycere' exttmsivo
and roaccoeucal pramico in London. The most inveterate
eases of Venereal Discasea oradit.ted fa eight or nine days.
ud cares of a slight nature in t•.vo or three days, at a m.0.:-
aerate expense. Tao care effected 'without confinement er
hindrance from becincer, idea, no,lca end patio In the Lents
and limbs, effectually eradicated.
Dr. AMOS SON have devotott their attention exelr.biro
ly to this peculiar Ciag3 of maladies, and the relief they have
comx..q• neatly been enabled to render to their fellow.creaturo
fully testified and greatfally achnowledved by convnles
centpatients and ethers dally arriving fn Wen from all par td
of the country, for the express purpose only of consultation:A
while their exertions have been crowned with the moat Big
nal advantages; yot from what they have experienced !-
inquiring into the c.maes of theca infectious complaint
(irom their most clippie condition to that of the most den
gerene and'inveterated) they have always entcrtainol the
peeeibility of their prevention and removal, and lil:when/-
variably found that the moat horrible and mangsant terms
of disease could almost always be traoed to one of the fol
lowing cameo:—lgnorance, neglect, or the 111 effects of an•
ebiiful and improper treatment; therefore, Dr. AMOS
SON have succeeded in discovering ' fe the aelection of their
remedies, a cafe, effectual, and cautious coarse ; omitting all
combination of remedies which bud' an eedivocalchsr,oter,
113 well as those.whoae premature or injudiciona application,
might be productive of bad coneoproureas in the hands or
private individuals. In short the !audible cud of their re.
mediae la the lessening of a great maze of human misery by
the atleulation, relief and prevention of those grievous r.f.
flictlons that are ha reality the buret foe of life, and which,
while they so extremely surround no, tail aloud for our skill
and interference for their extermination.
CO UNITY INVAIdDS.
Paroona in any part of the world may bo cueca?..3fully
treated. by forwarding a correct dotal! of tholr caac, a
renatttaw:o for raodielnea,
Addreca Dr. AMOS ,L 1 EON, cornor Main aad Quay utroetr,
Buffai... , . N. Y. jeadivay
DRIVATE DISEASES.-DR. 1$1:0 1 / 1 iN'8
INLEDIOAL and BTJRo.lo9l.oraess
No.; CO SUITELPTYT , D btreet, Pitt;
DIL BROWS Ls an old citiwo. or Pitts
burgh, and hoe been inprnetieo fcr tho
loot been:y : lles year:. 123
boon cenDned mostly to Private and
CITIZENS AND /37.WeNfill10
in need of a medical friend, eheold not
fall to and out the arse place of relisf. ..4.1%,,Z1..0 ; ?:
The Doctor Is a regular graduate, and"•*".l'sali
oirparlunco in the treatment of a certain cLIto of dLizastyl
is a care guarantee to the cuilerero of obtairithg p...roiaesat
relief, by the nza of his remedies and foil:v . 3as. List alvica.
never fail to cr.ro too worst fc,nn of 'Venereal
Impurities and Scrofulous 4.d - oat:ems. X!4O, .11 iiLesecs
arising from a hereditary taint, which imuilfest itself in the
form of a teeter, psoriasis, also a great forms of skill
diSt.E.r.tra, tho origin: of Nebich the r„ o t i3vutirely izuorant
To ci:reons B. ot;:71 licii.'z of a sura and
Dr. Drovin'a remedies for ti2in alartuipg trouble,
on often by that eolhary bald:. of n...)nbstal grutlatitlon whim
the young and cirezos..mindedolt ,, n give Way to, (to :Lel: OM
deatraction,) are the only reliable reniedke knosm is thin
oceantry—they r.re and inalo a ei)eody restoratlon to
Dr. BLORY3 remedl.a never fail to CUM" this painful .117.
enee in a j:Ao d(tyc—ho will warrset a care. ilu aL o tr..e.te
Meet, Clocorrhten, Estrioturo, Urethral Diachar
nralo Woatnees, 1 1 ,1eatiily Sunpr(-4.110ve, I);zdzil23 Of Can
Joints, if idtain in Ano, Atitctlons, Pain in tLe Bade
and Isidneyl, Irritation of the itiuddcr, tog - other vv1(.1(
diseases of an inapnro origin.
A letter describing the iiymptetne, cor.talalag yire, (1 1 .
recwd to DR. DROWN, 2i t. LO ihrinfield stzot,
Pa.. will Lo immediately answered. ILlodieitie sent to any
adtlre.r, safely perked and staare front obszrratlon.
(ace and Private Roonal, No. CO 2allthtiold ctn.... 1 ., Fit s.
Laugh, Pa. eV./
NOT HER supply of Low Son's superior
A sa. London Toilet Seam recoil ed to-tlay, L by .
fold Corner Diamond end Market street.
10 SACKS :FEATHERS, for Eit.lo by
raca. 28 and 20 Wm) edre.st
D RIED APPLES.-15 0 bus. choica Dry
App rec‘dred and for aid°, by
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Price Lish,,, Bill Lading,
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