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PITTSF,IfiRGEA MORNING POST.
ri ertry 7:;oming, (..sur.lays ezzepte.l)
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on Coo 'waltz papn", in large, char type, will be found by
the subsctibcr giro hatter eaf'lle . .cticu than any paper
pnolit . hed in Pittsburgh.
Thod...e who with to 'a:ass:pap= from Pittsburgh, will find
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JAMES P. BARE.,
Editor and Poo:.tletur.
Baas • & ityEß,s ,
BCOLT iclq.D JO OFFICES
Corner of Fifth and Wood Streets,
THE undasigned having made extensive
additions of tho LATT—ST AND ELANDSOKEST. STYLE
P TYPE, and hnnroved Mlcbdnery, to tho MORNING POST
0 B orpicE, insito tao s ttention of Zail 'Eoad Officer
businets mea, end tho public generally, to their
nperior facilitics for execniing with dinektch, on roaaonatle
erms, all 1 - .inde of
AND Ey - lay MEER DESCRIPTION OF
PLAIN FANCY PRINTING
;at:tall-1i being nearly all new, vra can give assn.
snot, ci thy race; ctraplao satisfaction, and solicit orders
RAIL ROAD FILLS AND CARDS,
BANE 12LECIIS, DUNE NOTES,
LI 'PER lIBADS, BILL in . : AT/S,
BILLS LADLNO, anouLLT...B,
PAPER BCOES, DEEDS,
ItIOBT.CiAGES, BONDS, Lc,
Particular elk ut;eu aho be paid to the printing
of Poaten, Progrt'inmas,'Lc. for Concerts, Erbibitiono and
oirerZeg. DARR & MYERS.
'rile Pew - 3143 9 s Shoe Store.
D. S. DIFFU,NBACIIER & Co.,
Chf. - pChab De..alcra in all kinds of,Pashionable
BOT.eS, SHOES INN GIITERS,
For ilonilcraL.r.,Laclic3, Youths and Children,
Pio. 17 Fifth Street, near Market,
ccß PIITSBUILGH, PA.
I. G. JOYINEO3
aprietcra of Childs ir Co.'s
Patent Elaatie Fire and Water Proof
133 'AILED STREET.
CRDERS for ROOFING promptly and faith
fnlly axe:rata:, and all cur work warranted.
matcrfal alwoyc et: head, and for eale, with (11.-
teeth:n . 4 for 'c.v.,.
jog. E. ricamorroN a coo,
ENGINEERS AID DIACELEINIS'FS,
Caner of Pam! and Li :fluty dre,...f.r., Pit:aka-0, Pa.
QUPERIOR STEAM ENGINES for Grist
NJ and Saw Mills, Breweries, Prin,ting Establi ,, bments,
Itianuf,lctories, Am, made to order. They also continue the
man' °facture et their Celebrated Machinists' Tools, such as
Turning Lathes, Irma Planers, Bering and Machines,
stc., Also, Wrought Iron Shafting, with Pulleys, Hangers,
c c ja3:lyd
SO MV 7 Isil3lll.E"Sbri CO.i
OUSE PAINTERS, GLAZIERS ''AND
GRAINEILS, N 0.135 Third street. SIGN PALNT
LNG executed with neatness. and deli:sten_ Mixed Paiute,
0113 Tnrpentine, Varnish, Japan and English Patent Dry
ers, Ville Montaigne Zarick, a very superior article; Phila.
delphia and Pittebargh White Lend always on hand and for
Eaio. We are prepared to grind colors for Painters, Drag
glwts, or others, at the shortest notice, ea we haw? a Mill
which grinde by strain Painters will oamo money by get
thig thc , ir Mara ground with us. irnrEaly
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GOLD A]'lD SEVER SPECTACLES,
or welghir-g epirit3, tho chez:put and best articles over
brought to Ulla city.
TIEEPXOSIETEES AND BAP.OILETEEB,
carglog, in pries from $3 to $2l) (541.
'ways on Laud at G. E. BEIANYS,
Of" . ....kfam, 5S 1 - VZ.k Agra:
_ee23 oppcsito Nacortio ValL
EL C. 6.J. El. ssirivon,
',‘.45...7 - 07.5.CTr1a115 0.7
AND ROSIN SOAPS
No. 47 Wood •otreet, Pittabu.rgh, Pa.
F. J. BusaL, C. Guiaimoar.
BETNIA a GUTENDORF,
:12-517. ACTIOIXBa OP
And an kluda oral:mot. Iron Work.
Penditreet, near Water, Pittsburgh, Pa.
CZ'Ass ORDPF4 PitatTPILI? efig=in V. ficSfeliv
JOHN FIBER I& CO.,
FANCY DYERS IND somas,
DTA EDDi WOOD AND JAPPRTY SVIEPTS7
All kinds of Shawls, Dresses, Ribbons, and
every description of Silt t+ll , l Woolen Goed3 executed at
short notice, and on rear....%ablo %Tam tap7ZUm
Wheat, Eye and or Wanted,
I 2 lam
5E ST3SCRIBERS HAVE TAKEN
the above establishment, and are prepared to e=
FAT VIA MEM? w , avr. 73.10= rl WEI rob
25,e2.: 5 B ourza.s OF WP - PAT.
1040 OS RYE.
10,000 COR.N.f ,
It is the Intention of the proprietors to offer rroa t Ettra3
for sny chaise loth of White or lied Wheat. They intend to
tar.ke very nuperiar Family now, and are Trilling to pcy a
Fretison to thejlmner, in the shape of an extra prim, to in•
Inca hint to raise a choice quality of Wheat, and to bring it
io market In good orders
Office of Sealer of Welglitm and
THE OFFICE - Or TIIE UNDERSIGNED,
,k'F' A T. F'Ll OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES,
May be found henceforth, in Cherry alley, bete teen Third
and Fourth &Meet; where orders may bo left. •
mrlattf CaARL - BARNET. T.
YARD 0111.—We have commenced mann
factoring Lard Oil, and will ha pleased to receive or
dere for it. We trill warrant It equal to any Oil in the mar
Wowill Pm Darrell re - Mimed when desired.
B. Cl. a J. H. SAWYER.,
Ida 44 rood
NI2 2 NS.—II kbls. Onions far sale
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REPORT OF TAE CONDITION OF THE
FARMER'S UNION INSURANCE COMPANY,
At A'FIIENS, BRADFORD COUNTY, PA., Jan.l 1858, as
presented to the Stockholders„ and made out in compliance
with the State Laws of New York, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, AC.
Tho name of the Company is the FARMERS' UNION IN
SURANCE COMPANY, located at Athens, Pa. Chartered
April 13. 1863, by the Legisiatoro of Pennsylvania. Charter
Caeh Capital, which is all paid np
Surplus in addition thereto.
IL; IV ':d>
Filly-four Bends and Mortgagee, at
six and seven i cant. interest,
amounting in the aggregate t0...P(4,31G 00
Which mortgages are or valua
ble and prddectivo real estate,
principally farms, receded and
brat liens, worth generally double
the amount and more than snort
gaged for in each case, and in no
case less than fifty "11 cent me. 0,
exclusive of farm building,P, and
ao certified by the Ik-centers,
whale recorded, to the and tors of
tit , 5t2[6,9 of Ohio and Ill.nois.
Nineteen six 1 / 1 - cent. Bonds amply
secured 47,685 00
Cash on hand and in Bank 8,440 12
Cs.h.in hands of Agents, and in
course of transmiviler, secured
by bonds wittr Sureties
Doe on lossrs re-insared, Fie
Bills tecolvable, viz: -premiss - wry
notes payable at bank and to the
Interest accrued, (principally due
Safe and °Mee Fixtures and Furni
3 U 0
Amount or Premiums received during the
Am't interest received during the year...
Am't received from all other eourcee.
Experoea for the year, including
commissions, salaries, rents, rein
snrance, printing, advertising,
taxes, and all other expenses $ 19,159 66
Dividends pad daring the year 11,000 00 ,
Loss paid, which, occurred prier
to December 31, 1866 7,074-60 -
1,09FQ3 paid which occurred during G ----
the year 46,661 64
Loans adjusted and not dun (3inco
paid)......... $ 12,600 99
Loawl incurred and in process of ,
adjustment 9.1307 00
Locsea reported, on which no action
has been taken.......
Losses resisted, on ground of insur
ance after fire, property transfer
red before loss, property lost not
covered by the Policy, .tc
$ 39,407 99
Whole amen .t of riots taken during the year. 56,459,862 00
Whole amount of risk. at data 4,861,440 CO
TAW. O7 PILNSISTLVANIA, COUNTY OP BRADPOP.D,
C. N. Shipman, President, and J. E. CanOold, Secretary of
the Farmers' Onion Insurance Company, being etiverally
duly sworn, depoae and say, aild each for bia. calf eays, that
the foregoing in a tins, fall and correct statement of the
affairs of said corporation, and that they are the above do.
E‘cribod off core theroof. 0. N. SFIPMAN, President.
J. B. CANFECID, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn before me, this 25th day of Jaua•
ary, DU, it. O. BAIRD, Justice of the Peac.o.
T. J. HUNTER, Agent,
No. 00 Water street, Pittsburgh.
ikellance rfatatual lllNurance Co.
DIRE, £BIIFIITOHH, &0., IN TOWN' OR COUNTRY.
omee, No. 303 Walnut stroot.
CAPITAL, 81.77,92.6....—.AcwrL5, 063.59,4438 89.
Invosted as follow!, Iris :
First ltlortgago on Improved City Property, worth
double tne amount $120,200 00
Pennsylvania Railroad Co.'s G per cent. Mortgage
Loan, $7,0,030 cost 26,600 00
Aller . ,heny County 6 per cent. Penn'a It. It. Loan. 10.000 CO
Veonsylvania Railroad Co.'s Stock.. 4,000 00
Stock of the Reliance Mutual Insurance Co 19,150 00
Stock of County Fire Insurance Co 1,050 00
Scrip of Sundry In.suranca Companies 475 00
Bills Recoivw,le, business paper 62,711 60
Boot Accounts, accrued interest, etc 9,638 19
Cash en hand and in Bank 16,045 20
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P. T. RENNEDY t BRO
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PUBLISHED DAILY BY JAMES P. BARR, AT THE "POST BUILDENTGS," OORNI I4 IR OF WOOD AND MTH STREETS; AT E.E.DOLLARS PER ANNUAL
13CO:LE !OH TH3 TTALS 1857
FT RE INSURANCE 9
Butr,DlNas, LIIIIITED OR PERPETUAL, ZIEROEfAIi-
CLEM TINGLEY, Proaident.
'William R. Thompson,
David S. Brown,
John R. Worrell,
H. L. Canon,
Rob.3rt - Toland,
Casrles S. Wood,
James S. Wood:ward,
J. GA t
mr3 North-east car
• Of flaillaidelpßlla.
WM. V. PETTI: T, Preec.der.t. D. J. SPOA.NN, &..erniatrin
ATnonnt of Capital Stank paid in and invent:A.423o,ooo 00
Surplus 63,4,11 35
Insures Cargo Risks ou the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers end
tributaries. Insures against loss ex damage by Piro,
Also, against the Perils of the Sea and Inland
Navigation and Trarrsportatiou.
Wm. V. Pettit, J. CI. Montgomery, John M. Partiroy,
D. J. Mcamen, E. P. Witmer, Deno Gnillon,
B. L. 19ooLiton, Jain.'. Marshall, Chan. B. Wright,
John J. Patterbon, Elwood T. Przey.
or 710 C 2.5:
ViaLLIAI-1 V. PETTIT, .Prezidast.
E. F. V7/322,1P.P, Vice Praiamt.
D. 3. AWINN, Sr-yet:v . 7.
ardzimitz 7 Justics & Co.,
LBuck, Horgan & Stldfole,
Pamroy, Caldwell & Co.
0.. 'WATER STP.RET.
W. POINDEXTER, Agent.
Seiger, Lamb E Co.,
Trait, Bro. Z.: Co.,
A. T. Lane a Co.,
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
LOCK HAVEN, CLLNTON COUNTY.
CHARTERED BY THE LEGISLATURE 07 PEEUHYLVABILL
Cath 4 ,1,i'10,000 I Preinium N0tc5...t132,343.
THIS COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
11., Buildings, Morchandlue, Furniture, ice., in town or
lion. J no. J. Pearce, Hon. G. 0. Harvey, I iiharle.a A. Mayer
Jahn B. Hall, (gnarled Grist, j Vatcr Diction,
T. T. Abrams, 1) a. Jackman, IW. White,
HON. O. C. LIASSEY, FruWent.
T. T. A 112.6.1,18, Vice President.
Samuel IL Lloyd,
A. A. iVinegardscr,l
L. A. Mackey,
iDr. J. B. Crawford,
John W. Maynard, A.. Updegraii,
lion. B Cameron, James Armstrong,
Thos. Bowman D.D, William Fenron,
Wm. Vanderbelt, Hon. Win. Bigler,
• Falai STBlllia, Fran:amnia.
J. A. LIPPERT, Agent.
TN FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY, OF PETILADE.L.PIIIA.
Irrescrosn—Charles W. liancker., Thomas Nrot, Tobias
Wagner,Samuel Grant, Jacob It. Smith, Coo. W. 'Richards,
Morducal D. Lewis, Adolphi E. Dote, David S. Brown; Mon
rio Patterson. Ors& N. 8.U1=13, PreMeat,
CZIAB. G. Barn 3, Secretary.
Continue to make insuranco, perpetual or limited, on every
description of property, in town and country, at rates as low
as aro consistent with security .
The Company have. reserved a large Contingent Fund,
,Ihich,with their capital and premiums, safely invested, af•
ford ample protection to the assured.
The Assets of the Company, on January Ist, 1831., as pub.
lislaed agreeably to r.n. Act of Assembly, were as follows, viz:
Real Estate- 8-1,877 78
Temporary Loans.. 83,858 n
Etaks 6:x3 01
C0 5 h,....... t 4,848 81
8i13C3 their incorporation, a period of twonty-one year;
they have paid upward of ne hlfflloa Four Hundred' hou.
nand Dolle.rs,l asses by ere, thereby affording evidonce of the
adrantagea of Insurance, ea vell as the ability and disposidon
to meet with promptness all liabilities.
T. GARDINER COFFIN, Agent,
°Moo, north-ens; nor. Wood and Third sir.-
mi rESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY
GEORGE DAI3.BIE, rruident;
F. Id.GOEDO7I, Socretary.
077102 No. 92 Wats:street, (Spang Oo'a Warehouse,) up
Will insure against allkinds of i P.l nn u MAR= MICA.
A Homo Inntitadon, managed by Director, who are well
known in the community, and who are determined, bs
promptness and liberality, to maintain the character which
they have awirmod, us offering the best protection to tho;:s
who desire to be insured.
ASSETS, OCTOBER 1at,1117
t 121,600 00
.... 9,478 01
• 40,240 69
................... .125,008 78
Stock Au:aunts , Mort c,
D. M. 'Long,
O. S 9. Hicketaon,
ACOK — SW.IO lbs Oocuitry Bacon for 'Sala
!h'rsg WIL EL amnii 00,
4 '240,000 00
18,761 G 1 a
- 1 19 48
$ 253,485 51
... 11,442 05
$9. ) ,163 35
Benjamin W. Tingley,
Jacob T. Bunting,
Win. M. Semple, PittsVg
. lIINCEIMAN, Secretary.
'INC 3 COFFIN, Agent,
er Third and Wood ctroota.
A. Miller, Jr.,
George W. Jackson,
Wm. H. &dill,
P. M. GORDON,
LIFE. FIRE AND MARINE
NO. 96 ITA TER ,
PIT TB/Malkin, PA.
- ROBERT GALWAY, President
Aim B861)111", Vico President.
2. A. ILIBILILLBT, Secretary.
="Tids Company makes exeryinsarance appertaining to
or connected with LIFE) BIERS.
Also against HULL AND CARGO 11.19M3 on the Ohio
and Hisslssippl Rivers and tributr-r.les, end MARINE Rims
And against L 035 and Damage by Piro, and against the
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation and Tranzpnrtstton.
Policies issued nt the lowest ratty consistent with eafety to
Robert Galway, Samuel IPCiarkan,
Joseph P. GIIIVAM, M. D, John Scott,
James Marthall, ' David ltlehoy,
Jaraes W-Llailman, Charles Arbuthnot,
Aloiander Dradley, 4 aleph B. Loaeli,
John Pnllerton, N. P. Hart,
David 11—Oluiraiseni, :Robert n. Ile' ztloy,
William Carr, Jno.-tioGill. se2s
Eureka Insurance Company of Pennsylvania,
OFFICE, NO. 09 WATER, ET, PITTEETJR(M.
Assets—May I, 185 e.
stock, Due Billa—payable on demand and secured by two
approved lIIIILICS $ 78,890 00
Cash in Pittsburgh Trnat Company 02;2110 37
Premium Notes. 62 023 SO
Bills Receivable . ... . 15,056 01
122' mtutres Ezchangs Bnuk 5t0cac0at............ 6,050 GU
99 do slecha"ics' Bank Stock—cost 6,490 03
3)0 do Iron City Bank Stock—amount paid. 7.500 OU
200 do Alleghony Bank Stock— do do 5,060
Book Acoonate .. . '13,25d 31
J. U. Shosnberger, 0- W. Cass,
W. K. iamtck, Isaac M. Pennock,
John A. Cumhey, W. W. Martin,
C. W. Batchelor, It. T. Leech, Jr.,
It. D. Cochran, David McCandless,
Jmnes J. Bennett, Goorge S. Belden.
Wm. J. Anderson,
J. 11. tiLIOENBERGEJI, Presidont.
CITIZENS' INSURANCE COMPANY
WILLUM DAGALEY, President.
}JAMMU. L. MLLE' iixretary.
OFFICE: 9,1 Water 'lra!, kitten Harked and Inod rtrceti
Elleart Insures HULL AND C.IIIGO ItISIII3, on tho Ohio
d Mississippi Itiverdand tributaries.
Insures against Los:) or Damage by
Alao, against the Perils of tho Sea and Inland Navigation
James Li. Cooper,
Jalllo3 Park, Jr.,
Capt. liarawl O. Young,
pATT,ADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE
No. 119 Chesnut Street,
Opposite the Custom Itouee.
WILL MAKE ALL KINDS OF INSU
RANCE, either Perpetual or Limited, on every
description of Property or Merchandise, at reasonable rates
ROBERT P. SING, President.
M. W. BALDWIN, Vice President.
Charles Hayes, E R. Cope,
E. B. English, George W. Brown,
P. B. Savory, Joseph S. Paul,
0. Sherman, John Clayton )
B. 3.lllagargeo, H. Wilor.
F. Biacannana, Secretary.
J. G. COFFIN, Agent,
Corner Third and Wood streete
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS.
Corner Irwin Street and Duquesno Way,
B. D. MARKER,
(Formerly of the "Marker liouma," Blairsville, Po.)
H E SCOTT HOUSE IS NOW COM
PLMTED-AND OPEN FOR OIIEST8 . : It is situated
in a central part of the city, being convenient to all Railroad
Depots and Steamboat Landings.
The House was built in ISbd, with all modern improve
ments, and fitted up in splendid etylo—tho entire Furniture
being new—and will in every respect be a first class lioteL
kilt° STABLES are attached to the promises. [jolty
EXCHANGE HOTEL ,
A. LOWRY, Proprietor,
C)rncr Hain street and Youghiogheny River,
Near the Railroad Depot
WEST NEWTON, PENN'A.
TILE ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW IN COM•
PLETE order for the reception of visitors. It is bean
tango located on the banks of the Youghiogheny river, and
can bo retched ovary day from the city by the Conn°Ravine
Railroad. Therooma are large, airy and well ftrnished,aud
the could be no pleasanter place for a few weeks summer
residence to th" country. A few iamilios can bo accommo
dated. Terms moderato. Address A. LOWRY,
my2:tf West Newton, Pa.
THE NATIONAL SALOON,
Under iFoot,eiton New fiattonal Theatre,
D. BARNARD, - - - PROPRIETOR,
HAS FITTED UP IN A TASTEFUL
and comfortable style, too Large centre store in the
D FELLOWS HALL, Filth street, a 3 a FIRST CLASS
RESTAURANT AND PALOON. Having had many years'
esti: rhinos in the Dunham, he is prepared to supply the beat
t:e market affords. Ilia liar will be furnished at all times
with the beet WINES, LIQUORS AND ALES. The en
trance to the Salem:4ls in the centre of the Hall, rind re
freshments wilt be furnished at all times, DAY and NIGHT
(Su Asp§ excepted.) - spikly
COX. PENN'A AVENUE THIRD ST.,
WASHINGTON, D. O.
A. F. BEVERIDGE
U. S. ; - s v 0 T F. 4 L 9
Opposite the Forma. Raliroes.d Depot,
HARtiISEITTRG, PA. [JoI6
I'OP.BMRLY 11. B. ,HOTEL,
PITT' SBURGH, PA.
I AIMS SHAH - 1101T, Proprietor.
r Ills HOUSE IS LOCATED ON THE
A corner of-PENN and Ties3HINGToN stroeta, between
the ORNTRALAND. Wilt3Taß.N lIAILILOAIIDEPOTB, and
bas undergone a thorough Improvement, reModeled and
furnished with . nest ., furniture, and Is new theinost conve
nient 'Rotel in Pittsburgh; for Trarelers by Piiiroad„ Eist
or West. my&ly
By ELI YOUNG, rum STRswr.
• The Ettention of Merchants
and others 13 directed to thin s,
eatablishmentorhich ilea been recently fitted -..
up for the -purpose 01 ono:cling a SUBSTAN•
Tr V EATlliti HOUSE IN A IZIEINMIAL LOCATION
Coantry thiltilattrriding-raarloit are particularly; Invited to
:scything per • ining to an EATING SALOON will
tiwaye be foruutl 4 of the :freshest the market affords.
aplo:l3cciAtz • . • -
l o p alt SE, u Ct be E rt O yti. G . E t A ta lD :t ß. L Z l T tf a ie
passai 4 gor Depot of the Pennsylvania Railroad, which makes
tt the most convenient hot to in the city for passengers are
p.a by that rm.& •
eproprietor having, at considerable( expense, fitted np,
n excellent style, the MANSION HOUSE, would respect
fully solicit a share of public, patronage. There is attached
a splendid MULL' and extensive• WAGON YARD, afford
ing ample accommodation to travelers and teamsters. His
Larder end. Bar will be furnished with the best the market
can afford. fabl7
WExcelsior Restaurant, st.,
N. 111 WOOD &red,
WITOLDBALE AND RETAIL D 1 -LEE, IN DARE AND
The undersigned has just received from the Eastern mar
ket, selected with great care,
SMELT, HALIBUT, HADDOCIE,
FRESH ODD MIL EASTERN BUN FISH,
SEVERAL VARIETIES OF LAKE FISH,
Plow York Print: Ws Bay, Egg Manch
Egg llarber t Shell Ovasera.
The finest ever brought to this city. Every delicacy of the
sewn Served c/p at tho EXCELSIOR RESTAURANT.
apayd S. STSEINICIICK.
CLAIR HOTEL, corner Penn and St.
Clair streets, Pittsburgh, Pa.—The undersigned, former
ly of "Brown's Hotel," having taken this largo and 00=1).
diens HOTEL, and having refitted It in magnificent fityle,
wouarozpectfully invite his friends and the traveling public
to give him a call. Assured, with the convenience of the
house and his long a:parlance in the business, Acqs e n give
entire astisfaction, and his charges moderato.
fib= ' - • WM. O. OONMELLY..
iippincott, Shorten & 1 3 ,feanon,
NO. 104 WOOD MEET, MU SI&TH.
IIii'FANUFACTURERS- OF TRUNKS, Va.-
Mee, Eat and Bonnet Boxes, Ladies • Traveling
Trunks, Carpet Bap, &c., keep constantly to hand •a large
stock, We: are pm , r. td to do a wholesale trade, and haw.
Ong—facilitiet - W turn out good stook at reduced prtcos, we
*void invite the trade to call andour geode
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PITTSBURGH., MONDAY, JULY 19. 1858,
Capt. Mark Storling,
Samuel SI. Lior,-
John 8. Dilworth,
William D. Maya.
Walter Bryant, .
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BOOKS 4ND STATIONERY.
ROBERT A. LOOMIS,
(Successor to B. T. 0. Morganj
STATION - BR AND DEALER IN BODES, PERIODICALS
No. 41 Fifth street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
lIE undersigned have entered into Co-
Partnership, under the style of Wm. C. Johnston & Co.
WILLIAM G. - .IOE4STON.
Pittsburgh, September 5, 1857.
ronvoron, Ja w:.l. G. JOITYSTOLI.
G. JotitreasTo ra a co.,
QTATIONERS, Blank Book Manufactui•ers,
1:30 and JOB PRINTERS, No. 57 Wood etroot, botwoou
Third and Fourth, Pittsburgh, Pa. qoSO
TOBACCO AND SEGARS.
IAT &D. RINEHART,
11.:Abilin.01 - UALE 9 LSD
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS.
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. erclal College,
Pcz: 7,argh, Pa.—Chartered, 1855.
Board of 12 Trastees—Faoulty of 14.Teableers.
300 SiIID3DITS AMENDING, JsAnanx, 1858.
Young Men Prepare/ for Adual Pala of anti Claur.V.n . g Room
INSTRUCTION GIVEN IN SINGLE
and Double-Entry, Book-ileoping, an used la every dai
partment of Business. Commercial, Ai ittimotic, Rapid End
new Writing, Mercantile Correspondence, Commercial Law,
Detecting Counterfeit Money, Political Lconomy, Elocution,
Phonography, and ail other subjects necessary for the thor
ough educition of a practical business man.
3 0. SMIPII, A. M., Professor of 13eA•ileoping and
Bmeuco of Accounts.
J. A. HEYDRICE. and U. A. 1.117180 N, Assistant Teach
er,' of Book-Keeping.
ALEX COWLEY, A. T. DOUTRETT, and IL A. IIUTSON,
Professors of Penmanship—twelve first premiums over all
competition for beat Pen and Ink Writing,
AZ" AND NOT OR ENGRAVED SCOLD, "'Cat
J. 0. POUTER, Prof of Mathematics.
Terms, coarse, time unlimited, enter at any time
—s33. Average time, 8 to 12 weeks. Beard about $2,50.
Entire coat, $6O to $7O. Graduates assisted iu obtaining a
eituation. Specimens of unequalled writing and circulars
cant free. Address, • P. W. JENKINS,
mr2fr Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Safely and Econotrity In Light.
14 HY WILL YOU BURN CAIIIPIIENE
AND FLUID, when you can get a chotper and bet
ter light. Pare Homer.° Oil, made from the gas of Cannel
Coal, produces the cheapest., most briWant, steady, pleasant
and safe portable light ever offered to the public, and no
danger of explosion; more briltiant than gas; and quite as
cheap; Lamps of the most simple and easily managed con
struction. For sale by T. D. A. G. lIODKINSON,
No. 79 Bmithilold street.
Bowaroof a counterfeit alreati: in the markot, made
from Cemnhone, with a little Coal iil to scent it. ifoirhily
COOKING BY GAS.
A WORD TO THE LADIES.
THE HEATED TERM IS APPROACH
ING, and we call the attention or the Ladies to the
COOKING, IRONING , ETC.,
Can bo done with economy, without oporessivo heat. with
out soot, and with despatch—the fire bclng always teas)* in
d moment—by using
Musgrave's Gags Cool:Ling Store,
To which we respectfully invite your rittentien, at No. 75
Smithfield street. S. A. dOIINEION a BRO.
SS. County and City Rights for sale. aplthilm
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CONPECTIO - ,
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The most pleasant, cafe and effectual Worm Itomody now
Prepared and sold, wholesale end retail, by
ANGELL & RAPT,
Cor. Wood and Sixth eta., Pittsburgh, Pa ,
And sold by DrneMsta wwmorallu. , Jun
QT. CIIARLE'S LIVERY STABLES.-
The undersigned has bought the lease
lA, of the above named Stables,
26 ... gether with a portion of the extenl
sive stock of Hoes and Carriages, " e '
late the property of James Mathews, deceased. In addition
to the stock before-mentioned, he has also added a number of
FINE HORSES, BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
which were formerly employed at his Livery Stables in
Third, below Wood street. As he gives his personal atten
tion to the business a continuance of the patronage which
he has hitherto received from public is solicited.
St. Charles Livery Stables.
N. B.—A HEARSE and any number of CARItLiGES can
always be procured for Funerals. de29
AHE CHEMIC AL OLIVE ERASIVE
SOAP, manufactured by B. 0. A. J. 11. Sawyer, re.
receives the preference over all other kinds ever offered for
Its advantages over other Soaps are:-Isi. It is cheaper
to rm, one pound being equal to three of common rosin
Soap. 2d. Ralf the time need only be occupied in washing,
when this Soap is need in place of other Soap. 161. Labor
in washing can be nearly dispensed with, as the clothes
will require little if any rubbing, thus avoiding their wear
on the rach-board. 4th. Boiling tho clothes is unnecessary
when this Soap is wed, and hard or salt water snorers
equally as well as soft. 6th. Printers, Machinists, Painters
mad others, flud it far superior to other Soaps..lt speedily re
moves grease, tar, paint, printers' ink andolirt from the
hands, leaving the elfin soft, and free from chapping.
To avoid tho labor of rubbing the clothes, arid the use of
the wash-board, the following directions should bo followed :
For the washing of eight or ten of a (madly, take ono
pound of Seep, cut it into shavings, and dissolve in ono
gallon of hot water; put the clothes into a tub containing
about ten gallons of warm water; pour iu.the dissolved
Soap, and stir thoroughly. Let them soak tal•nty.to thirty
minutes, wring out, and rinse in warm water once, cold
water twice. A very dirty wrist-band, or seam, or grease
spots, may require a slight rubbing, but otherwise the
clothes will come out clean and white, without rubbing or
boiling. Cold water may be used in place of hot, requiring
about double time in soaking.
tili - Observe our namo on each bar.
For sale, in any quantity, at cur warehouse, No. 47 Wood
street, and at our works, opposite the Round Rouse, Penn
sylvania avenue. B. 0. J, IL SAWYER,
ap2l No. 47 Wood street.
lICKWITIAT FLOUIL-20 sacks Buck-
SP wheat Flour, 60 lb sake, Joni received aid for sale
by hicCANDLESS, MEANS a CO,
fe2o CiarnovWood and Water streeta.
FLOUR.—.2S bble. Supartino Four received
and for sale by IioCANDLESS, =ANS 4/ CO.,
LSD Corner Wood and Water etroot.o.
AIRIRA7NT RIFLES.—A moat desirableJ
• and cheap weapon, at DOWN TETLEY'S,
TNyt No. IttS.Wtted atrnet.
L'a-A prime article of No. 1 Lard, in
barrels and kegs, Just neared and for sale by
SteOaNDLEBB, DIBANS a CO.,
1n23 Corner of Wood and Water streets.
25 bags Pimento;
NO Grain Pepper, Jost received and fur age
by hiILGELR Y RICKETSON.
rarYs 221 and TA Liberty 'area.
NEW ARRIVALS.—Wo aro taking into
store, (123 Wood atroet,) an in:11001Ln stock of fine
raPar, for jobbing pnrpoaea • also, Letter, Cap and Note ;
Itnvelopes In groat variety; !Manilla Papers, of every slue,
and a 3 cheap 113 they can be bought in the East, where we
offer wholesale or retail, eery low for Cash.
4)2 JNO. IL PERKINS .b CO
IKE FlSH.—White Fish, Trout, Salmon,
and Pickerel constantly on hand, a fall stock to supply
Clue wholesale trade. bt , [my6l HENRY 11. COLLINS.
ORANGES. --300 bxs. sweet, just received
and for oalo by HEYSIES. is ANDEBSON,
No. BD Wood Street,
myl7 Opyraito tho Et. Charles Hotel.
ROOMS.-100 doz. Extra Corn Brooms
on hand and for sale by
alp 2 B. C. J. 11. SAWYER.
DUSTER TRIMMINGS—Drab and Gray
Duster Binding and Tassel% inst. opened of
ap23 JO& 11.08.NE8, 77 11farket street.
JEW STEEL SPRING SKIRTS—Of the
moat graceful stmpes, on hand at 17.011MVS,
myB 77 Market street,
EED SWEET POTATOES.-20 barrels
Seed Sweat Potatoes, received and for ealo by
3.4 M A. FETZ2,II,
stla Oar= Alerket wad First streets.
bbls. Cucumber Pickles, re
_n_ calved and for sale by JAMES .11.-PETZER,
(020 Corner Market and Firer strata.
DERFIIMER Y. LLubin's, Bazin's,
it. Wright's, Glenn's and Morison's Extracts for the
handkerchief, constantly on hand at
je2 Corner Diamond and Market at.
lop ICE AND RICE FLOUR;
AA; Corn Starch ;
bilver Gloc3 Starch ;
Tindtcr's Cocoa and Brom;
Froah Cocoa Shell
Received and for (isle at •
JA.TNES' - TPA STORE,
et I S 4 Fifth street
'..w-YDRAIJLIC PRESS n CANDLES:-
600 boxes. Ifidniulle Praised ltlonyi. Chindlea, nude
for Stara= we, on band and for c►le la
6.1 7 r - jahaitriLgt•ii4MlllH
s 13 ALL EMD3 OY
No. 1i WOOD &TREAT
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
DC I TIIBERT. & SON'S OFFICE, No. 51
o Market street, for the sale and purchase of Real
Eaate, renting houses, attending to insurance and repairs,
obtaining loans on bonds, mortgagee, he,; making convey.
antes, deeds., bonds, he.; writing letters and corresponding
with parties abroad, he. oelB
BELDEN SEYMOUR : ,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
Bantaimass—liteaars. Hanna, Garrotson 4 Co., 'Robert
Parka, Esq. jyllry
ALEXANDER GARRETT, •
REAL ESTATE! AGENT, NO. 50 WATER STREET,
Has for salo Lands In Illinois, TVlsconsin, Minnesota,
Michigan and lowa. Ile will ozchango Lands in Wisconsin,
ac., for Pittsburgh mannfactares,and also for city property.
All letters cf Inquiry answered gratis, by addressing Inc as
PROPERTY FOR. SALE .OR RENT.
AGRIST MlLL—Three run of atones and
all the machinery complete, corn and cob cracker,
&c., etc., all in good order, with a dwelling house, stable and
two lota of ground, situate in South Pitteburgb,and will be
sold on very easy terms by S. OUTEIB2IV2 & SON,
i el 7 61 Market street.
AWRENCE COUNTY BONDS WANT
ED, in oschango for land.
iip2e2 3. CUTHBERT & BOW, 51 Market et.
A. STEAM MILL, in complete running or
der, with dwelling! honeo, etc., near the city, for
ILUVES' e rr r. R ez i`4 .lian L se A f N ox y nea S i fzz
Batate in the city
S. CUIIIBSAT Marketst.
FAMILY RESIDENCE FOR SALE-A
valuable property of 150 feet front on Covington ot.,
leavrencoville. by 100 deep on Washington etreet to Cherry
Brick Dwelling Gomm of 7 roomy well arranged,bath
room, porch, well of water and pump, etablo and coal house,
kitchen range, etc. The 'dooms aro newly painted and pa
pered, shade and fruit trees, grape arbor, groat variety of
flowers, etc.; good p ling Como. The above offer; a good
opportunity to bay a o mpleto and pleasant realdenee.
Price low, and terms accommodating.
8. vlilliiilEßT & PUN,
Beal Rita() and General Agents,
ill Market street. •
THE SIZE of the cheap Building Lots
for sale by S. CUTHB,ERT BON is 3) by 100 feat.
Location—Noar the railroad station, East Liberty.
Price—From $275 to $4OO each.
Terms—Ouotourth in band; remainder at six yearn credit.
The Plan can bo seen at the Beal Estate Offmo, 51 Market
IDEA IT IN MIND, that tho East Lib
erty Lots are offered at such prices, and on finch easy
terms, as to make a home easily to be obtained.
Bear it in mind, that they front on wide streets, are of
easy access by railroad, and are very desirable locations for
Bear it in mind, that the plan of the lots Is to be seen at
102 Al MAIIKET STREET.
FOR SALE.- SEVENTY THOUSAND
ACRES of chol-o Prairie and Timber Land, situated
in Northern 1.0. , a and Southern Minnesota, embracing tho
finest lot of farming lands ever offered in this mathet, as
they era located conveniently to Mills, Towns and lines . of
Railroad. Pamphlets containing information of value to
emigrants and catalogues giving location, description and
price of the land, with a brief description of the counties in
which they are located, can be hid on application at our
Wilco, and they will be Beet free by mail to persons sending
US their addrees. WiLLIA3I FRAM% t CO.,
my:6:tf Jones' Building, No. 67 PcnirthDtreet.
TEN DOLLARS IN HAND, will secure as
Building Lot of 25x103 feet ou Aft. Washington.—
Price, sloo—slo in hand, remainder to wait purchaser: Al.
so, a Lot of 50x.100 feet for $250—525 in bawl, balanca in
payments to suit purchaser. S. (3Jl7.lBli'llT & SON,
je23 61 Market street.
1 ACRES of Land and a comfortable
Moans, situate near the Washington Turnpike, at
about 3 miles from Jones' Ferry, will be sold on easy term 3.
Immediate possession. t. OUTEIBUItT 8 BON,
Je23 31. Market street.
A LOT OF GROUND in East Liberty, near
the Railroad station 30 by 100 feat will be cord for
Slid, one-fourth in Maud, remainder at six years' credit.
S. CUTHBERT & SON.
my 29 Bl 'dlarket street.
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
A. LT. a 112 11)
8)ornor of Fourth and Smithfield Streets,
ESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT
ho has received hie Spring Aesortment of ,
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS,
Of the newest styles, boat quality and most elegant do.scrip•
tions, which he is prepared to manufacture to order in the
And with such a character of workmanship, as cannot fail
to satisfy and please the most fastidious bastes, (myl9
TISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSIIIP.-
The firm of llAWORT.11:B110. & BROWNLEII was,
ou the Sd of May, Ifia, dissolved by mutual consent, by the
withdrawal of JEIIII TfA WORIell from the above firm.
The =runts of tho late firm will Lo settled by a&WORTEI
JEEHI HAWORTH, in withdrawing from tho above
arm, kindly thanks hit former patrons and also the patrons
on' the late firm, for tho very liberal patronage ho has re.
calved, and would kindly recommend them to his soncea3ore,
HAWORTH & ItEOWNLEE, as theyaro determined to sell
at low figures ' hewing a very large assortment of CHEAP
GROCRIES, WINES and LIQUORS on hand.
.o.ar. DAVID HAWORTH and JAKES BROWNLEE
have this day associated together, and will continue on the
business at the OLD BTAND;cerner of Diamond and Dia•
mond alloy, under the style or HAWORTH & BROWNLEE,
where they hope tdreceive that patronage so libemil given
to the old arm, as they are determined to sell CHEAPER.
than any other Store in the city. my 18
no barrels "Choice" Golden Syrup;
16 do " Penn." First Quality Syrup;
Just received and for sale by
Nos. 221 and 223 Liberty Street
N EW FABRICS IN DRESS GOODS.-
A. A. MASON A (0., ,We., NO. 25 Fifth Street,
Are now opening rich
And a splendid selection of SPRING SHAWLS. (apt
QEED SWEET POTATOES.-15 barrels
Seed Sweet Potatoes for sale cheap to close consign
Mont i y JAS. A. FETZPR,
ap23 Corner Market and First streets.
00111 POUND SYRUPS OF PROSPLLATES,
IV OIL OnEMIGAL FOOD—This preparation is not in
tended as a,popular =tidy, but is respectfully . submitted
to the Medical Acuity as a nutritive tonic, well suited to
supply the waste of elementary matter during the progress
of chronic cases. particularly in Dyspepsia and Consump
tion. This preparation is plcmint to the eye, agreeable to
the Moto, and groatfttl to the stomach, and does not nans•
eat° by protracted use. Bold wholesale and retail by
fe22 Corner Diamond and Margot street.
OUNTRY BACON.-1000 lbs. Country
Bacon, just receivod and for sato by
JAMES A. 17ETZER,
iny4 Corner Market and Hirat Moan
:11 , ROOM CIORN.-3 tons first quality rood
and for sale 1 , 9 Narti MIRY 11. CO AaNAr
I'ANCY FRENCH BASKETS.—A , nico
&alert:runt PUlt opened, 11011NIVR.
rnyB 77 Market street.
11, INDOW GLASS.—An assortment of
Country Glass, assorted aims, for sale by
W3l. IL KIIITH .t CO.,
=2O 118 Second, and 147 l?lrst areas.
INDSOR SHADES.—GoId bordered
plain and fancy. Also, shade Trimmings, ac
always on hand at and for sale cheap by
J. a U. PHILLIPS,
my 29 23 and 28 Bt. Clair etrast.
"INDIA RUBBER 110 SE.—From inch to
IL 10 inches in diameter. A large snpply just received
at the India Rubber Depot of J. H. PRILLIPS
my 29 20 and 28 Bt. Clair street.
11 PAPERS.—WaiI Papers of all
Klub for 8010 at redacett prico? by
w. P. nualsoALL Lc co.,
moa tr ., weed street.
I'NGLISH GLASS INKSTANDS-Cut
and prenaodowith Olasa aria Bronze Topa.
W. 8. BAVEN, Stationer.
OF THE DIFFERENT STATES—
lowa., Ohio, Pennsylvania, Nebracka and Ranee,
kticnonri,entaqky and Tennesoe, Virg , nia, etc, for Bale by
J. R. WEEMIN,
Bookseller and Stationer,
No. 88 Wood street, near Fcrarth.
1 BALE LAVENDER FLOWERS, for sale
J. by B. L. FAHNESTOCII. It CO.,
j e t 3 Ilb. 60 ear. Wood arid - Fourth strcieti.
DRIED PEAOHES--12 Eacksehoioe bright
dry Pecabee received and for sale by
JAS. A. PETzEI2,
Corner 711ezki4 and Pirst sta.
CtHEESE.-200 boxes W. R.; ,
visa 225, English Dairy Qhoese, for
rj0721 firaßY 11. COLLINS.
TIM APPLES. ; -40 -bags;
160 bbl. Dry Apples, far sale by
HENRY 11. COLLINS.
APPLES:-20' bblo for sale -by
"otp7j . COLLINB
J PAST'S, lar'eppaed
miler of Dr. B Dart
r i for solo O& - .
'''' ,: Q•'-''' ,: ," - , - .:',i'b . Y.
B. tiUMBERT rY SON,
51 Market street
PIANOS AND MUSIC.
THE BALANCE OF MY SPRING STOCK
- OP -
.1 1 lAN® FORTES,
FAOM THE MANUFACTORY OF
CHICKERING & SON'S,
Connsting of SIXTEEN of their now Seven Octave and
Six and a Half Octave Pianoe; have jnet been received, and
new ready for examination at the wareroome of the trab-
OILIOHERING E.: SONS' PIANO FORTES arc not farninbed
by them to any other home in this city, and all orders must
be directed to the subscriber.
JOHN H. BEELton,
No. S 1 Wood street,
Sole Agent for ()bickering a Sons' Pianos
for Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania.
t FULL GRAND - PIANOS! if ;
PAItLOR GRAND PIANOS 11
A ND NEW STYLE SQUARE PIANOS,
foom the Idanufactrry of ORIOILERINoI ot SONS',
BosroN,just received from the manufactory of "Ohickeriny
& Sons', Boston, the following desirable and elegant stock o
their PIANO FORTES : .
Ono Poll coven octave Grand Piano, Porte, with 7- superbly
canted case. Pries. 4800
Ono Pull seven octave Grand Piano Forte, elegant Rose
wood case. Price • 4703
One New Parlor Grand seven octave Piano, nearly equal
In power to full Grand, and occupying only the -
room of an ordinary square Piano. Price $OOO
SQUAR.I.I PIANOS I
Two full carved Rosowood, Louis .17.Vth, seven octaveN
with carved Desk and Foot work.
Trio Rosewood seven octave—Olifford style.
Two Rcoosvood, carved mouldings, seven octave.
Roar Rosewood, plain round corners, seven octave. '
Three Walnut, plain round front corners, seven octaves.
P oor - " 46 Si It 6'.4 It
Pour Rosewood " " "
All of the above are of their NEW SOALE,and with full
iron frames, and. their new Patent Action.
These Instruments have been finished specially for the
subscriber, and will be warranted to purchasers. , For sale
at their reduced prices. JOHN H. lIELLOR,
No. 81.N:opal street,
Solo Agcnt for °bickering A Sons'.
And Ex.Olcio Justiao of the Peace,
fIIFFICE ON THE CORNER OF WYLIE
"4..." AND FIRM STILPIETa. Sr
ell bragnsma counectcd with this brace wilLbe attAnded to
with prompiaxsi. Conveyances, of all kinds done with legal
accuracy—each as Leeds, Afortgages, Bonds, rowers of At
torney, ae. 'Titles to 'teal Estate examined.
' To the numMers of the Bar ho temtere his services as Com
missioner to, take Depo - ii tions to be read in the mural Courts
of this State, and elsoybeire_ ilia . of co is ono of the main
Police Stations bf tho city, and consequently his facilities in
oxecutintr business of that kind are very desirablo. feltbly
'f • OFFICIO JUSTICE OF TRH PF.AOE, AND POLICE
MAGISTRATE—Office, No, 69 Grant street, nearly oppo
site the Cons t noose, plitsburgh, Pa. Depositions, Acknow
lodgments and Proeatea . taken -. the Records ued,
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Wills. Leases, Artial : Agree
ment, and of Partnership, Letters of Attornee., ote.
drawn pp at short 1:totico; Marrle.gos tiolointilaed,"and all
business in the lino of his official duties, promptly attended
to. C...•.. Oflico hozMi, from 7% 4.. at. to 1 r. at., and from 2
to 6P. 21. ~ apSay
DERSONS GOING WEST, who desire to
_t . purchase pod: fanning' lands, areinformed that we
have for sale 632 acres ofland in Boone comity, iowa. Also
613 acres of land in Franklin amuty, will be sold on easy
terms by . • . S. CUTRBERT lc SON,
myl6 .$e . 61 Market street.
fIIGARS 1 CIGARSI—I have received this
tk_/ day a large lot of genuine importedllavana cigars, of
the old and well known' Seneca" brand.. Thote wishing a
box of good cigars shouldcall and °say:dump stock before
purchasing elsewhere.. JOS. FLEMING,
jet Corner Diamond and Market et.
A./ 20 eases N. Johnston & Coal Medoo Claret Wino;
10 " " - ' St. Julien Claret Wine
60 " O. O. St. Julien Claret Wine, in store and for
sale by jitrr.T.Clll P.IOIIIITSON,
mylB Rm. TYJ and 223 Liberty ttrmt.
trILIEMICAL OLIVE SOAP.--1000 boxes
H..) Chemical Olive Ezaaive Soap, on hand rid for. sale by
Jel li. O. is J. 11. SAWYER..
it ACON.-1.0 casks Country Bacon Shoal
j? dare, Sldos and Hama, just received and foraala by
JA& A. FETZER,
Corcnr laarket pad First vh•octs.
TNDI(IO.-2 oases Manilla Indigo,' just re
calved and for aale by
rhii,LED APPLES.-50 bush. Bright Dried
Apples Jut received and for sale by
JAB. A. NETZEII,
&Trier FJurtret and &tend eta.
have just received a largo lot
Banozior Batting Sponges, of every sine and price.
Thess wishing a god article in this lino, Should call and
al:amine :cy stack before - purchasing eisowhorc•.
Corner Diamond and Market street.
_FRESH NUTS.- ,
10 bolos BordiAux Almonds;
2 " Papor Shell "
60 bap FilbortA-;
30 " Criaam%tints;
30 " ' Pcoan
2000 bus. Ground "
" Just received and for
17.8Y31ER. & ANDERSON,
No. SO Wood street,
Opposite she Bt:Charles Hotet.
QTOOKINGS, GLOVES, MITTS, • ETO.-,
Suitable for the approaching hot season on hand by
JeB JOS. HORNS, 77 Market ',treat.
0 LA3S.---500 boxos 8.110, 92r12 and 10x12
Mr woe by (awl. .113/VRY Q. COLLTNR.
tjv OB PRINTING.-
Cards, Freight Bills,
Circular-,Bra i y Recelpto,
Bill 11MB, ' Labfla,
Railroad liemiPla, Bina Lading, ,
With every other description cf Job Printing, oxecatcd
with promptnesa and at fair prices.
J. B. WELDIN,
Printer and Bia&r,
Wood &treat, [War Fonrth.
1 0 ACRES of ohoico land, with good .
provemonta, near the city, for sale on easy terms by
B. OIITHIMILT Qc 80N,
bl trarir!rt atvect.
lIILDING LOTS, on six years' credit, for
J 1,119 aalo by B. OUTEIII.ERT & SON,
i elO 51 Market atraet.
DA_LLS BALLS! BALLBI-A large asz
2_o sattment of Foot, Solid and Bat /3alla, Just rouoived
and for sale, wholetwo and retail, at tho India Rubber
Depot.k 20 and 23 St. Clair street,
my2o J. fi IL PHILLIRS.
VANS 1 FANS 1 !--Palm Fans by the case,
dozen, or eingip. at Esatern pricesMth other varkies
of Fancy Erne, for Bale at HOMES ;
'6B 77 Market street.
CtNTRAL BANK OF PENNSYLVA
NIA..—Notico is hereby given that thp.P.E.S.TRAL
BANE 011 PENNSYLVANIA, at Hollidaysburg, will be
open for business on WEDNESDAY, the 16th inst.
Je7 JOSEPH BROWER, Cashier.
60 barrels Extra No.l Lard 02 ;
25 " No. 2 Lard Oil. on hand and for sale,
by [m37l3] B. C. & .1. IL SAWYER.
TAVA • COFFEE.—Just received a lot of
strictly puro Old Government Java Coffee. Ale°, La
guyra and Rio Coffee, at JAYNES' TEA STORE,
Nto 311 Tiftb street.
"'DUBE BLACKBERRY AND CLIER.RY
BRANDY, for medicinal purposes, at
ILAWORTH & BROWNLMEN,
in the Diamond,
A 00K RESTS—Made of Mahogany and
4 = well finialied, for sale bp W. S. HAVEN,
TILL AND COLLECTION BOOKS-A
large amortment always on hand, or made to order.
W. S. MAVEN;
Garner Market and Second streets.
T AWYER'S SEAL PAPERS Various
_LA Linea and colora always on hand, at
W. S. HAVEN'S,
Corner Market and Second eta.
NO -W IS TILE. TIME ,TO BUY
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Cheap for Cash, at the well known store of
JOSEPII !EL BORLAND,,
jel2 • 98 Market st., second door from Fifth. •
C 1 UM" BANDS, sort Folios, Desk Fab,
ILA Banker, Case; Port Monalea,, and Pocketlooka, for
Bale bY . • W. B. 13ATEN'8, •
apl9 - Corner Market and Potond dreeta.
CLUNNY SACKS.-7,300 large three budiels
Gunny. Backs, Wit arid in
,good for by
nay2o - Corner Virat and Miazket street
CIA_ESTNUTS.-5 bomb Wiwi, received
It o f this day, and fol. sale by '
ABI'M a aliteEtSON,
No. 8S) Wood street,
Wlroilta OS. Quist Hotal.
,4: 14 .1 3.2 .0r t . - , , .... 7 4,,,,.i.„ . 43 2 ., pci4: 4- --... - :,... 1, WA4.,
MILLER lc RIORETBON,
MILITARY GOODS: -
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE CONSTANT.
Ix on hand a complots stock of '
CONSIOTIRG IN PART OP
PHIC.I3IIZD WITH TOIL LQITEPSEENTS AT SHORT NOTICI.:I4.
SILK BUNTING FLE,EI§ hIiDE 'TO ORDER.
JNO. B. nipaniniroi Ar, sox._ ;,
o 6 MARKET 'l3ntatt.,_
14 Wood -street, - Pittsburgh, :
AS ,JUST RECEIVED DIRECT PROM -..
WALDRON & GAIFFIN 9 B
0311IIICISISI t • • '
CORN' AND . GDAIN SCYTHE -
CORN FLOES; PATENT AND COi73IO.I.TAI;TVILgi; 'TEM.
Tr pa t very superior Drawer: /poke,- very imperlor Gem.
Loan, Tinned and .11nnamelled Sauce Pans, Basting - Spoons,
Brace Candlesticks; Brass Coolm, Brass Stair Rods i ßrace.a aud '
Bits, Neasuring Tapes, Superior Waiters, _Curry -Pomba,
fiftb,,,Tongaes, StrotCh and Breast Chains, with
a variety, of other goods, ell of which will be sold.at '.,
. , . ,
crate forme. apla
TAMES MILLINGAR, AIONONGAHELA
P. 9 PLANING BULL, would respeOtfnlly inform the puhliO
that ho has rebuilt since the tire, and having enlarged his
establiahmeitt, and , filled it with the nowost and meet tip:-
proved machinery, is now prepared to furnish flooring and
planed board S. scrowl sawing tiner...osawing;doors, sash And
shatters, kiln dried, frrunee, montdirum, box malting, &P.
South Pittsburgh, September 7,18i7. SRAM .
GENTS' SHOES AND GAITERS.
L 0 P. It
A 11 2. /t. •-I ; --
I A ' II ' IS
A SHOE STORE, ' '-, A
I No. 17 FIFTH ST. t
- ' T
A. ' A
0 11E1 P
OUT 'MEW MOM
WINDOW GLASS.-5000 yards. frout i 2
to 6 inch inch dlametor,lor Bain
ERNS.-25 bbls. white Beans.for saictly
I' • ' JAS. A. FETZER, _
ap27 • , Corner First and' Markit oti,
F, LA RUE. NOTE. PAPER AND; -EN
v hP gal 6v r, m v 2,41 J. R. WI - 31 DIN.
LAN'iS IN VIRGINIA, lowa and . Texi . is:
for sa?.o by 8 CGTHI3IgRT SOM
myl3 bl Market treat.-
livDlr RUBBER CURRY COMBS.—The
beat article in TIRe, Just tecelvid at the Inds'Rubber
..Deliot, 26 aid zq St. Clair etrcet.
my 22 r - J. a . IL PHILLIPS..
I , RIN MD BILL BOOKS--Assorted sizes
at W. a HAVEN'S
rival Stationary Warehouse.
1 1EX •S , TEXAS.-549 acres of good
ing'land Hap cormty,near Auetiri,Taxas. Prairi'
and timber laud, $3 per.acre, far ealo by. - i
myll 8. CIITIIBERT Sc 80N, 5l Market' et.
1(111.frOLOTH CRASH-1500 yards of vari.
AL,.17 ons eatterne and widths, plat received from,the Lae
to4, for sale wholesale or retail, by .
J. 4: H. rtaurn; r
28 and 28 St Clair jtfra•lk. 1
TIJST RECEIVED A SUP.ERICE ~LOT
of Double and Single Barreled Gene; for ealo low by
O.6.IIIWRIGHT & YOUNG * :
No. 86 Wood street.
AORk SALE.—One-thirOf a valuable Two-i
pony, hexing a from Of 130 feet on Wood street by OW
deep on Math street. B. CUTHBERT b BON, .
my2l • /51 Market street. '
SACRES.—A Lot of Ground of 7 ---
ky nc.r.'En, in Collins township, (morning aido,) suitable for
country rosidence. For atto by
my2l 8. CUTHBERT It 1301 r , 51 Dlarkat st.
GLASS. -300 boxes assorted sizes Window
Glass, good country brand, .I: , r Gale by
my 6 MENRY H. comm.
10tROGNI.S.-50 doz. reo'd and for sale by
mat lIENUY COLLINS.
FISH. --500 packages White Fish, Salmon,
fatal Trout, for sale by (my2l) IL H. COLLINS.
TNO. D. IWOREARY'S COID PRINTING
IN B—Sold by 1mr241 J. 8.. WELDIN.
CORN. -10 bags shelled Corn received and
for sale by nal HENRY IL OOLLII4B.
fIOIIN TRY BACON.-1000 lbs. Country .
IL) Bacon, Hama, Shanldera and SidoO,.reacived and for
Bain by • JAB. A. RET.7.104
maid Clamor Marto: and First ala•
fIH ROK BOOKS—On all the Banks and
Brokers 8. 114V.EN,,
mr24 Printer a.,d Stationer:
ALAD OIL.--10 baskets pure, just reel
and for sale by d ANDERSON . ,
my; No. 59 Wood street:
J A WREN CE, COIIEN 455 CO.'S DOUBLE
Artrei,lo) VISITING OARDS.--Sold by
mr2A. J. A. WELDIN.
C l4 '
—2OO bush, prime vhito Corn, fOr
ssle by (ap!:7) . , ,LIENRY 13.. COLLINS. -
rrilo LET.—A commodious three story Framo
Lrott2e, with Brick pasement—sittated on Bedford
street—to yent t by. B.IOIiTSON,
mr2& Nos. 221 and 2 ; 23 Liberty stroota
111QUTTER.-3 blds. fresh roll, fox. Ride by
„LH mrl3 11. 0011111,43,
OTLEAP W LL PAPER.—A :new supply
of now patterns for rate by
W. P. MARSTIALL
87 Wood. street.`
KISS MI swEen.J.y.--The latest and
meet do Miotte perfume, &Aired ftbm the well
know Tulip iflower. A huge' eupply retelied this day by',
ea Oorneeniimoitd end Market-at: •
FRANGIPANNI , OIL.—Foi
preaavvlng and Lraantifying the hatr, constantly. ou
hand at JOS. - FLEMING",
n't Iticqr.frvil anti hfnattot at.
QTAR CANDLES.-1000 bokesExtra.
0 Qn&fly eaanianuilk Stsr,Sandlcs, an - hand aad 'for
..alo by IJc7l IL C. a a. FI,,,.£I.AWYER.
%,..1 vana Cigars of the " Sonoca," - ‘Tonchita," 64 00
grotto," and' tre Acton" brandoj net received hv
je7 Corner Diamond and:Market et.
LARD 01.L.--No.-1 and No:- 2 Lard. 011
constantly on hand and for vale by
Jo 7 B.C. & J. H. SAWYER.
ROW:N'S ESSENCE OF. JAMAICA
GIN4=.-5 gyos3 roLeivail this day, and for sale
Q,C NE OK' PULtiI . ONIC SYRUP-.A.
large supply of tits excellent remedy for cougluvand
colds just received by JOE. FLEMING,
jet Coruer Diamond and diarket et.
11110IIRE M E IRA AND CLARET
WINES, by tho bott!o or gallon, at, •
1110 1 , 1 011Tki. _BROW:TUB'S;
05 I a the lli.raond.
IIIILDING LOTS-12 Late each 30 feet
front by 100 deep, tiitn.sto in East 'liberty, near.' the
Itaileoad Dept. Prfccs from $215 $lOO--terma, onetcarth
in hand, balance at 0 years credit. Call and see the plan.,
anvi 0171 . 11.8ERT is 80N, 61 - Market Et;
ESTERS.—Borders and circles; for Tee
tom frr gala by f mvall W P. MAIWITALL do CO.
, • .
bbln. Flint liominy.for
a. AS. A. FETZER,
ntyla by J Corner Market awl' Prat Sta;
PORPEDOES.-500,00 0 No. 1, just reed
and for node REIMER is ANDEB.4OII,
• ' No. 391Vocaitreet.
17 RE WOKS FOE' FOUR - T . IIOF JULY
-Tiro-Works and Fire BalloonimdiinfActitrod by IL
p. Diohl, Pyrotechnist, for mile by ' •
P.EY31211 /4 'ANDERSON,
No. Va Wood etToet,
68 . Oppoilto the St. Cherlea Hotel.
FAYETTE COUNTY FARM FOR SALE.
—302 acres in Wharton township . , 40 tunzer fence with
log honse i etc, good springs, coal and limestone ; one.balf
the farm m fine timber land, and about 100 tidies in meadow
The soil's good, well adapted for a etockon grain fano, sit
uate at 13,4 Miles frbm Foyette 2Prings; 9 miles from Union
town, and 15 from Connellavills, will be sold at a low .pripih .
or exchanged for approved Western lands. -
leg - 9;ol3THllitit T SON', 51 Market st..
'DUBE JAAIAIOA.SI AND HOLLAND?
GlN,by tho bottle or gallon, at
-SttfN lIMEMELLAS.—SiIk an d Gingham ,
Bun Umbrellas, eurrior to rarasol., for tato at very
w .Ales,' Ca t o ,3,
inkESIONS.--Arebit2cturr.l.o d Decorative
-ELY for defflgnfi panneling Colt; Worbio'. and r n ecl!
prepared by imB.l.l___ W, NA-118-1.4, •
... .. ..
QERIIIO.Ii TA. ii on hand,:or made t.ci Pr 7
1+.7 der, by - . m. G. JOLI______NSTON A
mYI 7, . .: ~Stationsre, 57.1170 cal street. - ,
OLL PALN TING, , ;;;„ J u l es far an d 11°4
quets4 to " 4 ' l ' l ? •v‘
. JOS. Ittiellll.Nar.
Corner Diamond and Warket et.