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Refill:LSOliatlo ll after Drowning. • ,
A great number of persons have been drowned in
the Monongahela and Allegheny rivers daring the
present summer. In one or two eases the bodies
lee k ,Ve,taken ent.of the water soon afterwards, but we
have not heard of a eingle.frn - whieh life was restored
after it was apparently eitinet. Frequently, when
the body sheers- no sign of life, animation is only
suspended, and, by limper means may be - restored.
In the hope- that the following rales e laid down by,
the late Dr. Marshall Hall, may be thkinetrument of
good, we give them an insertion :
-4. Treat the patient instantly, on the spot, in the
open air, exposing the fade and chest to the breeze,
except in set ere weather.
'el. To Clear the Throat—Plano the patient gent'y
on the faccovith one wrist under the fore_heid ; all
fluids, and the tongue itself, then fall forward, leay.
ins the entrance info the windpipe free. If there be
breathing, wait and watch; if not, or if it fails
.3.. TO Excite Beseration—Turn the patient well
and instantly on his.sido, and excite the nostrils with
snuff, or the throat with a feather, - etc., and-dash cold
water on the face, previously rubbed warm. If there
be no cuccess, Idle not a moment, but instantly
4. To Imitate Rwiration—Replace the patient on
his face, raising and supporting the chest well on a
folded coat or other article of dress. Tarn the body
very gently on the side and °little beyond, and thbn
briskly on the face alternately repeating these mea
cures deliberately, efficiently, and perseveringly, fif
teen times in the minute, oceasionly varying the side.
When the patient reposes on-the chest, this cavity is
compreeses] by the weight of the body, and expira
tion-takes place: when he is turned on the side this
pressure is removed, and inspiration occurs.) When
the prone position is reenmed, make equable, but
efficient pressure, with brisk movement, along the
back of the chest, removine b it immediately before
rotation on the side, The first measure augments
the expiration, the second commences inspiration.
The result is respiration, and, if not too late, life.
7. To indace Circulation and Warmth—Meantime,
rub the limbs upwards, with firm, grasping pressure,
and with energy, using handkerchief, &e. By this
raeccure, the blond is propelled along the veins to
- wards the heart. Let the limbs be thus warmed and
dried and then clothed, the bystanders supplying
the requisite garments. Avoid the continuous
warm bath, and the position on or inclined to the
back. This treatment is to be persevered in for
three or four boars, as it is tho erroneous opinion
that persons are irreaoverable because life does not
Boort make its appearance.. dases have come under
the notice of the Royal Humanei. Society of success
ful results oven after five hours.
The Cricizet Match.
Owing to several crro:s having fonnd their way
into our: report of the cricket match, between
the Union Club, of Cincinnati,
and AO Olympic
Club, of-Pittsburgh,-playedatOaklana, on: Thurs
day and Friday of last weak, we give a correct score
and analysis of the bowling, which can be depended
upon for its accuracy? We aro informed that' no re
port of the match yet published has been strictly
correct, which, if not considered as of much
portance by the public generally, is a different mat.
ter as regards the cricketers
S. B.attcrEleyib ',comb 6
Collins c Loomls b 112CF‘be.....11
W. H. ecorgc c Murdia b 3FCabe:lo
T. B Wbm.l.,:en b Morals-- .1
Bradshaw b 31lCab. ^ 6
J.llattersßy_c Dismo'd b M'C'cs 21
J. ISoplen b Welt.°
A F. Stoll b :51Tcbc. 5
N. T. Williamson b 31'eabe 0
Welt, act cat,
G. H. C:owther c Pcl'l b &Fab's. 0
Total . : ...
'T. D. Lix+mim c Wllins b Brads w .20
J. Br ;.n b Briidshaw 13
Pollock c Coolidge b WhoeMon— 0
R. Brown b Bradshaw
W. Burdett bJ. HEttnTley ,75
J D.II.N.IAe c 'louden b Whldon.
W.Bitop3on c and - b Drad.dusw... - ; - 6
J. Diamond rct out .
Q. Zeuldrei b J. , Hatteraey 0
Geo. Laz.r.h:Lu b J. Hatlealey..l
Dr. Sfurdoch b Wl:tee:don 0
•Fir Et Inn ne3
UNION CLUB—Fte-T2 LianiG2. •
Balls. Buns. avers. ets. Wide
..........117 43 9 8 0
...... 95 63
...... 12 1 0 0
T. D. M.'Cabz
T. D. 'Loom
OLYMPIC CLUB—MST LINISAB,
T. B Wheeldoa 6 SS
J. Hattargy.........— 12 1
P 3 21 12 5 1 -
, 15 9 1 0
T 4 IL 0
13 3 0 1
0 2 1 0
N. Collins 72
W. Bradshaw ...... . 3'2
W. IL VOCOedge -
T. B. Wheoldon
Two Lottery Dealers Sentenced.—ln the Court of
Quarter Sessions, on Saturday, Bernard Perry and
Alfred Keevil, e'Llvioted daring the week of selling
lottery - tickets, were brought into the Court room for
sentenee. JudgoDaly was not on hand.
Mr. M'Clowry, for Keevil, appealed to the Court
for a lenient sentence. Ho thought an imprisonment
in the county jail would satisfy the law. Tho Court
said it was their duty to administer the laws, though
they believed this particular law too stringent. The
Court had understood that Keevil and Perry were
both insolvent, and they would only impose a nomi
nal fine. , If some of the dealers who bad grown
rich in the traffic were brought beforo them, they
would be fined to the extent of the law, besides going
to the Penitentiary.
Tho CoUrt then imposed a fine of six cents on each
of them, and sentenced them to twelve months' im
prisonment in the Western Penitentiary. We learn
that petitions are already in circulation, prayinr , '
the interference of the Governor in their behalf.
Burg/arse in Birmingham—On Friday night the
lumber yard °floe of Messrs. Duncan le Bro., in
Birmingham, was entered by some persons unknown,
by prying open the shatter of the office with a crow
bar. After gaining Admittance, the sofe was broken
open with an ex and hammer, breaking the hinges
off. Some $350 in money was abstracted. It eon.
sisted of a sso.bill on the State Bank of Louisiana,
a $2O on the State Bank of Ohio, a $2O on the
southern Bank of Kentucky, a $2O gold piece, and
the remainder in 10's, s's and 3'e on Ohio, Virginia
and Kentucky banks.- The office was in a quiet
place, some distance from any other building and the
burglars could work unmolested. This is the second
time the office has been entered recently. The
Mayor hes been informed of the affair, and will use
his efforts to eecare the perpetrators.
An Exciting Chase.—On Saturday afternoon we
were walking up Fifth street, when, near Smithfield
street, we were met by two boys, one about twelve
and the other eight years old, running at full speed,
followed by a burly man at a rapid pace. Overtaking
the smaller boy, who was behind, he struck him a
blow on the head, and followed after the larger.
Failing. to catch him, he turned, and meeting the
other boy, struck him again in the fan, felling him
to the earth. The boy cried lustily, and we vreie at
a loss to comprehend the scone, until we observed
four peanuta lying on the pavement, whieh the boy
had dropped in his fright. We then recognized the
valiant pursuer of the urchins as the proprietor of a
refre:basoat shop on Fifth streat, where the boy had
purloined the nuts. Several bystanders expostulated
with him on his severity, but he said he had rights,
and was determined to maintain them. Rather a
small business, we thought.
Body Found.—The body of William Evans, Jr.,
son of Capt. William Evans, commercial reporter of
the Corm:67°l:a? Journal, who was drowned in the
Monongahela river at theilrst dam on Friday even•
fag, was recovered tho same night about ten o'clock.
We learn that he was attacked with cramp while en
deavoring to swim across tho river. He was a prom
ising young man of eighteen years. Ho was a pm
ti printer and a good workman. His untimely
deith la mourned by a large circle of acquaintances.
The Stabbing Affair.—Stawart, M'Cready and
M'Cann sere examined' before Mayor Weaver on
Sattirday morning. None of tho prisoners were
pointed ont as the - man who struck the blow. Dn.
ring the examination, a note was received from Dr.
Walter, stating that Klein's case was favorable, but
that he was not yet tilling to pronounce him oat of
_ , danger. Accordingly the parties were held over for
Se further hearing to-day.
Dicorccs.—ln the Court of Quarter Sessions, a
divorce was granted to the wired Charles Noyes,
he not appearing to answer-her application.
Jeremiah Hull was also called, and he failing to
appenre divorce wes granted to his wife Jane.
Enoch Jones was discharged from custody on Sat.
uzday by Mayor Weaver. He was charged with the
larceny of nineteen dollars from a fellow boarder at
"Dre - i•er's Hall," in the Ninth Ward.
.At noon on Saturday the thermometer stood at 95°
to the ehado. Rather, warm for comfort.
Rev. Thomas Crampton, who has for some years
hurl pastor of Christ Church, Allegheny city, has,
we are informea,resignod,his charge.
The body of Henry Coffey, the boy whose death
by drowning we noticed some days since, hae been
found near the place where ho was last seen.
Disappoinirnent.--Virhit prevented Mr. Smith
from lecturing on capital punishment? Why, he
had the Bronchitis scfseverely that at tho appointed
time be could scarcely. speak. If he had gone the
previous morning to a drug store and bought some
of Bowman's Compound, and .taken it, he would
have been able to deliver his lecture • and still bet.
ter, if ha ogatinned to use it, he would soon be per
The Chartieris Murderer , Eitsdesi- the
°MOOTS in 1141 sets.
O n Saturday morning we stated that officers Hague
and Bradley Were on the frac& of Jacobi, the sup.
posed mur d er er, and following him, west of Chi.
information received on Saturday, it
ee turnsgo. From
out t m hat they were on the wrong track. A.
tolegrephie despatch was received in the morning
the children, girl, and baggage had
been captured, but that the man had escaped and
took to the woods west of Chicago. This was fol.
lowed by other telegrams, from whit% we glean the
On arriving at Chicago, Jacobi got some German
papers; and discovering that ho was knewn, left his
children in Chicago, and proceeded io a wagon with
the girl Seller. ' They went to Blue Island, a town
sixteen miles west of Chicago, where they were fol. ,
lowed by some Chicago police officers. Jacobi'
learned of their presence twenty minutes after their
arrival and made for the woods, leaving the girl be
hind, since which he has not boon heard of. Mean.
time, officers Hague and Bradly returned to Chicago,
ending at Dubuque theywere mistaken, and they are
now in the vicinity where Jacobi was last seen, mak
ing every effort to catch him. Handbills are posted
over the country for miles around, and it is almost
impossible for him to escape. Neither money nor
pains will bo spared to secure him, and the chances
are, that with the IiSSiEtatICO of the Chicago police,
who must be familiar with the ground, ho will bo
Good Things.—Col. Pricker, at Walnut Hall, Fifth
street, is indefatigable in furnishing our citizens with
table luxuries, and is supplied with the earliest of
the season. Green corn, ripe tomatoes and water
melons aro now on hand at his establishment.
Hunt h Miner have their usual supply of period•
ieal literature for the week. Among others, we ob
serve the New York Picayune for this week, and
Nick Nez and Yankee Notions for August.
Collins Park.—Owing to some misunderstanding,
the race did not come off on Saturday at Collida
Park, and the stakes wore drawn.
Runaway.--A horse ran away with a light wagon
on Saturday morning, And before he was captured
the wagon was in good condition for kindling wood,
being shattered in a hundred pieces by coming in
contact with a fire •plug. Fortunately no one was
injured by the infuriated animal. '
The Court of Common Pleas will be in session du
ring the present week, for the hearing of causes on
the Argument list
Rev. Henry Kendall was installed as pastor of the
Third Presbyterian Church in this city last evening.
A large concourse of people were present, and the
services were said to be highly interesting.
City Mortality.—Dr. Mardoeh reports 17 deaths
forthe past week-10 males and 7 females; 15
white and 2 colored.
The Mit,* Court adjoarr.ed on Thursday. The
bench and bar will tako a recess cf a few days du-
ring this sultry weather.
While Kid Glom, White Silk Gloves, White Silk
and Marseilles Vestings, White Doak Pant Stuffs
and Coating, now on hand at Carnaghan's, Federal
street, Allegheny city. A fall stock of Beady Made
Clothing for men and boys, adapted to the season,
and a general stock of piece goods for custom
b NiTabe.— 0
r out—. 2
c Pollock b Loomis 5
o polloek b 6
l c and b Loomis 6
c and b Loomis
r out 4 2.
not out .. 3
b Loomis 11
Leg Byes 2
WHOSTETTER'S ,STOlLiell BITTER'S are now
generally conceded to be unequalled for their prompt
action in alleviating and curing all (Baal:was of the stomach.
Their superior excellence and consequent renown ii readily
accounted for, from the well-known fact that they are made
under the personal supervision of the proprietor, in strict
accordance with pharmaceutic science. Its 1199 is always
attended with the most beneficient results, and in cases of
Nervous Debility, Constipation, Flatulence, and other like
dheases, caused by a disordered stomach, its curative pow
ers are of the moat speedy and powerful character,and exceeds
any other preparation cf the same claims before the public.
For sale by druggists and dealers generally, everywhere.
and by - NOSTETZER .4 - SMITH,
Manufacturers and Proprietors,
da Water and ES Brent streets
1 b b
c Coolidge b J.Hat'ley SS
b J. Satter!ley . 1
c b Collins. 4
b J. Untie:sky 0
b Bradshaw ...
st on• 0
b J. Ilattersley 11
Not on' 4
b Wheeldon ......
Byes — 2
a;?A A MEDICLKE, AS' A BEVERAGE, AS AN
Appeliser, as a restorative, as a solace, as a gentle
FFidlerant, as a staff is manhood and a help in age. there
is nothing like OLIN'S CELEBRATED STOMAC:I
lIIITERB, they are pronounced by all who use them, to be
far superior to any preparation of the kind now in use.
They are a sure cure for Dyspepsia, Costiveness, General Do.
bility, Weakness of the Stomach, etc., and a preventive of
most of the prevailing di15i8.943 of the day. They should to
kept and used by every family, especially at this season of
the year, when loss of appetho is so prevalent - . No family
oonsultlcrethkrown interest can rand' t; do without them.
As many spurious articles akiqut up and sold as genuine,
be sure anl call6l l 37AL Olin's Celebrated Stomach Bitters,
and see that the. article pureowed bears the name of J. M.
Olin as manufacturer.
5 1 0
d G 0
1 1 0
For sale by J. M. inTN, sale proprietor and manntactarsr,
No. 267 Penn street, Plitabargh, Pa, and by druggists and
dealers geherally. el , . .
2 3 0
2 4 0
2 3 0
Fancy & Plain Furniture & Chairs,
Warerooms, 424 Peiiu street,
ABOVE THE CANAL BRIDGE,
*Z - In addition to the Furniture basiaess, I also devote
attention to IINDERTAISENG. Ilearsos and Carriages
A First Rate Farm for Sale in
THE UNDERSIGNED offers his farm, situ
ated one half mile south wart of Now Franklin,
Stark county, Ohle ' and one and a half miles west of
trio station, on the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad, for
sale. It contaks two hundred and forty-eight acres, one
hundred, and seventy-eight of which le in a good state of
cultivation, and the balance iv covered with first rata tim
ber. The farm is well supplied with springs and running
water. The farm to provided with two dwelling houses,
barns and other suitable buildings; also, a large and
thriving orchard, which furnishes excellent fruit.
Any one desirous of purchasing, con buy one hundred
and sixty acres, or the entire tract, as may be convenient.
The farm la conveniently div'ded into meadow and upland,
and hence it suitable for stock and grain. There is also a
four feet vein of coal underly ing the farm, which has been
worked a little.
Thia excellent farm, will be sold cheaper than any tract
adjoining of a similar quality. Any one wishing to buy a
good farm on favorable terms; would do well to call and ex
amine. It to in a lieale.‘y location and excellent neighbor
hood.' convenient to good schools, churches, had mills.
For further particulars enquire of the subscriber on the
premises. JOHN MILLER,
New Franklin, Stark county, Ohio
JOHN S. SHAFFER'S
CARRIAGE & HARNESS REPOSITORY,
Corner Diamond Alley et, Decatur Street,
Carriages stored, sold, and bought on corn
misldon. Repairing clone promptly. Perchasers from the
country will find a large assortment of
BAILEY, FARRELL & CO.,
12 FOURTH STREET,
YEAS 11.111 2 / 3 7 / 2 :LD BER.HET.
PiIIMBENG done in all its cartons branchee,
in a neat and substantial 'manner. All work
promptly attentied to on short notice.-
la. Particular attention paid to making
Pumps and Country Work. is9:l7
FRESH TEA, MORE YEW TEA— The
finest Tea of ova? name, grade and color. Tho sub.
scriber has in store and arriving, a most extensive and
complete ascortment of Tea in cheats, half chests and fami
ly boxes, all of which is offered at greatly reduced prices.
Je32 F_ JAYNES, 28 Fifth street.
(IREAM CANDIES-2000 lbs. lion Bon,
Cream, Fig, Date, Chocolate, Walnut, Jelly Cakes
Strawberries, Cream Almonds, made daily, and for sale by
RRYHER It ANDERSON,
No. 88 Wood street,
Opposite the Rt. Charles Uctel.
SHAD -10 bbls. No. 1 Baltimore Shad,just
received and for sate by
McCANDLESS, MEANS a 00.,
Corner Wood and Water streets.
HERRING -10 bbls. No. 1 Potomac Her
ring, Jul received add for gale by
IicCANDLESS, 11E11.4.NE3 & CO.,
Corner Wood and Water vtreete.
HE FRANKLIN ALMANAC FOR 1859.
—This well-known and iopular annual, formerly pub
lished by Johnston a Stockton, after a lapse of years, will
again shortly be issued. The circulations as formerly will
b e made by tae skillfol mathematician, Sanford 0. Hill,
Esq.orho will also prepare for its pages such reading mat
ter as will make it an entertaining and instructive maga
zine. Besides the reliable astronomical calculations, a new
arid ingenious table of time, an accurate method of drawing
meridian lines, and other matters of permanent value Nell
Orders of booksellers and other dealers are ntdicitad in
advance of publication, as but one edition will bri printed,
and orders will be filled according to priority.
Printers, Stationers', and Blank Book Makers,
57 Wood street, Pittsburgh: jet
QTFAM MILL, STEAM MILL—For Sale,
A Grist 3011 all complete in good running order, 3
run of Mr" smut machine, a co-i and cob cracker, etc.
Also, a dwelling ham of 4 teems, a largo stable and lota
of grwando situate to , e ( waal Pitts b. will be told at a
bargain. B. T 130 N,
nty/5 W Market west.
INITcb.. 7 Etamcl. 9,
Between the Diamond and Liberty Street,
CA.RERIAGES, BUGGIES AND HARNESS,
Which will please then, both as to quality and price
5000 lbs. Country Bacon ;
12 kegs Packed Butter ;
75 buabola Brihht Dried Apples:
25 " " " Peaches;
100 bushels/Led Potatoes ;
100 " Mixed "
Jest received and for sale by JAS. A. FirtZER,
my3l Corner Market and Second sta.
IFTN I NBBDAGH BOARD OV,BILAD.N. AND
W. H. WILLIA.IIO.
101111:02, Ist, ISAIAH DICE:EBY, 2d.
N. HGT.W49, J.
On:milted of Arbitration for June.
F. R. BRUNCT, V. P.,
JOHN P. COSGBAVE, J. B. CANFIELD,
8A.11174 SHILMR, DAVID IirCANDLEBE
Reporter) Expressly for ad Daily Horning Past.
Pitlsamu, July 17, 180°.
FLOUR...This being Saturday, the transactions are quite
limited. We hoard of no sales from first hands. Some 20
barrels sold from store- at $3,82 for superfine, $4,2)1,15 for
extra superfine, and $1,60@4,80 for extra family.
BAY...But little coming in; 7 loads were sold from scales
to-day at $lO to $l4 t ton.
OBAlN.—Wheat is quiet and the transactions are small at
70c. from wagon and 75c. from store. In Oats there is a
speculative feeling, but the quantity in market is small ;1.50
bush. sold today at Sec. cash on delivery.
BACON...DuII at 83,4, 8 and 9c. f6r Bides, Shoulders and
SUOMI...SaIes of 8 hhds. prints at B , ,f.@ei". Marko
CIOFFEE—SaIes 3.2 sacks Rio at 1261.2,(..
OIL —Salsa Lard No. 1 in lots of a few barrels at 85c
CHEESE.-60 boxes Cheese sold at 743734 c.
WHISKY...Raw is held at 22,; . 4g.130., and 25 bbls. tea
fled sold today at 24W5c.
PutanruniA, July 17.—Flour held rather more firmly,
but the datnandtg limited; standard superfine 13 quoted at
$4,27(4,4,8734, but there is no enquiry for it. Rye Flour and
Corn Meal quiet, but firm at $3,313,1 for the former and
$3,3734 for the latter. Wheat is scarce; sales of 2000 bneh
prime old southern red at $1,05; acme white at $1,20
bush; 150 bush fair crop Tofu:Leese° gold at $l.lO for red and
$l,lB for white. Rye la unsettled. Corn scarce and in
moderate request. There has Lcon no change in Granaries
or Provisions. Whisky firm at salsa of bble at 25%©203.,
and drudge at 24c.
CINCOMATI, July 17.—f1onr 'steady. Grain firm and in
good demand. Whisky has declined to 21c. bless Fork
$15.50 bbl. Lard 10%. Bacon Sides 7%. Lugar firm 7%
@B%. Molasses advanced to 87c. Coffee 11@U%.
Nyw Year July 17.—Flour firm; sales 11000 bbls. Wheat
firm; 5000 bush sold. Corn buoyant;' 23,000 bush Fold.
Hess Pork has advanced 25v, sales at $16,76@5,17. Lard has
declined %. Sugar has advanoed %; sales at 6%. Naval
Stores steady. Whisky ;c higher; sales at 24%c.
10. NERVOUS HEADACHE.—Rev. W. 0. Howard,
Pastor of the First Eaptist Church, at Chicago, 1111.
noir!, who has been a great sufferer from nervous headache,
but who as experilaced entire relief from it, by the use of
WILSON PILLS, in a letter, dated Juno 18th, 1858, ad
dressed t Messrs Pahnestock & Davis, of Chicago, Illinois,
says :—" uring the last twenty years, I have made use of
a great ariety of medicines prescribed by allopath , c and
Homceo thin phyaicians, but all have failed; and I had re-
Ungulate I hope of relief; until I was induced to resort
to WILSON'S PILLS. Thesit have effectually relieved me
in repeated instances of late, and I can cheerfully and con
scientiously recommend them to others who are similarly
affected." This sovereign remedy is sold by B. L. Fahne
stock a Co.,corn,,r of Wood and-Fourth streets, Pittsburgh,
to whom orders for supplier, shou'd beaddressed. (Jyl3:cc
10'SRERIFF.—The undersigned offers hicwelf to the
Democracy of Allegheny county, as a candidate for
Sheriff, subject to the declaims of the Democratic Conven•
Lion. BABNES FORD,
je2L•dnw Upper St, Clair.
CORONER.—The underdmnal offora himself as a
candidato behro tho n ss D.3mocrafic Convention for
the office of Coroner, and ashs the support of the De
mocracy [jell LENOX REA.
Us. COUNTY COSIELISSINDIt—The friends of CHAS.
BRYSON, of West Deer township, will urge his nomi
nation for the office of County Commissioner, before the
next Democratic Convention; subject to the usages of the
The elegant side wheel, passenger packet
SUPERIOR—Capt. RZDMOND J. Glues—will
leave Pittsburgh for Cinema i, THIS
DAY, the 4th hot., at 12 o'clock, lc
For freight or passage apply en board, or to
FLACK, BARNES t CO., Agents.
Through to St. Lords in five days. This boat connects
isith the mail line, and will go through in the time speci
fied. She will leave on Saturday. sp22
For itir'lette and Zanesville.
The steamer EMMA GRAHA3I, Capt. MON
IT . • ROE AYRES, will leave for the above and all
tertnediate ports on every TUESDAY, at
4 o'clock, P. hi.
Par freight or plunge apply on board.
WILLIAM C. GALLAGHER,
P(flli &red, Nest Door to the Pittsburgh Theatre
The house to new, built especially for the purposea of a
First Class Reatanrant and Saloon, and the proprietor hav
ing had many years erpsrience in the business will keep
constantly on hid the best that the markets offord. his
Wines, Liquorjt-and Alee, are of the best quality. He wants
all his old friends and the public generally to give him a
call at the Symposium. tjelZly
NO. 65 MARKET STREET,
SELLING Olp? AT A GREAT SAOREFIOE,
Einbrolderies and Trllmwdings.
To Insure a ready sale, tile undersigned will
SELL GIS r , STOCK WITHOUT REGARD TO COST,
And Invites the Ladies, ae they will find great bargains at
JAYNES' PEKIN TEA STORE,
NO. 38 FIFTH STREET,
S JAYNES , PROPRIETOR.
OUR PRESENT STOCK OF
GB.EEN AND BLACK TEAS
Were selected with care, and purchased from the most re
liable Tea Merchants in New York and Philadelphia, and
consists of all the different flavors and grades of Tea brought
to this market. We will sell
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
THIS IS THE OLDEST TEA STORE IN THE °ITT.
Our customers may, with confidence, rely on our best en
deavors to give them Teta of _superior quality, at the vari
We have no connection with any other Tea Store, and
warn our ca tourers and the public against imptisition.
REM:MEER, OUR NO. IS 38, NEAR WOOD STREET.
We are wall supplied with RIO AND JAVA COFFEE;
Crushed, Pulverized, Clarified and N. 0. SUGARS.
BARER'S BROMA COCOA AND CHOCOLATE.
FA_RMERS LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
oiVENP, MWMILAND & 00.
Manufscture, and have at all times, far sale at their dike
and warehouse, No. 127 Liberty street, end at their menu
factory, on the corner of Point alley and Daquesne Way,
Pittsburgh, Allen's Improved Reaper and Mower, which
stands unrivalled as a Harvester by any combined machine
now In use or offered for sale.
let. Because of its simplicity, lightness of draught, and
freeness from clogging or choking.
21. The driver on his seat, when mowing or reaping, Is
enabled to raise the cutters in an instant, and pass over any
stone or other obstruction, and drop it again to its former
position without stopping his team; and also at the corners
of the field, by slightly raining the cutters, the machine
turns with as much care as an ordinary cart.
3d. The machine is changed from a mower to a reaper by
simply laying on the platform.
4th. A new method of raking the grain from the platform
by sustaining the rake on a pivot, thereby relieving the
rakerfrom much labor.]
sth. The horses are relieved from the usual weight of the
machine on their necks, by means of a wheal which sup
ports the forward end.
The Harvester possesses many other advxatages, which
can be readily understood by any person examining the ma
chine, and can be need with or without a reel, as may be de
sired. Also, an improved grain drill, adapted tothe drilling
of all kinds of seeds; together with farming implements
generally. They haveaLso on bend and for sale Atkins° n's
Belf-Raker and Seymour ,t Blorgan'e Beeping Nr.kehitte,
which have rendered entire satisfaction t o those who have
bought and used them. All machinery la 3: miry for repairs
for articles sold by us can be had by calling at the ware
house. We respectfully solicit a liberal Snare of patronage
of farmers and dealers,for which we expect to give entire
satigractiom We lava a number of horse rakes on hand,
which will be sold at reasonable rates.
. owrasra, arzABLAND od.,
JelB Pittsburgh, Pa.
TYPE just reoei . z ir , etand for sale,
ty METAL ; -
, Stationer and Printer,
je2B Corner Market and Pecondatreete.
13RODUCIE.-- . •
„EL 10 Blia: Whits Beans;
9 • “ * Mess Pork, for rale by
W. AMR A 00q
New York market.
idayugzi* I .0141.1
TO CLOSE OCT THE STOCK OF
NO. 65 MARKET BTBEET,
Between Third and Fourth atreeta
SPECIAL NOTICES. '
00312PLYISO 171 . 211 THE IniCOLNT ItEQUEBT OP MIN
DEEDS OF THEM PATIENTS,
DES. C. M FITCH AND 2 W. SYKES
Have cOnchaded to remain ,s
PERMANENTLY IN PITTSBURGH,
And may be consulted at their office,
Sin. 101 POII2I 'street, ,
OPPOSITE, ST. CLAIR HOTEL,
'bay, except Sundays, for CONSURVILON, AsTrna ,
DRONOILITLS and ALL ['RHEA ‘.ll.llONIrl OOMPLANTS,
Complicated with, or causing pulmonary drop 1, including
Catarrh, Heart Disease, Affections of the Liver,
Dyspepsia, Gastritis, Female Complaints, rte.
LBW. sTITCH . BYES would state that Weir treatment
of Cc ntamptlon ie based upon the fact that the disease ests
in V. s blood and system at large, both before and during its
cleidcpment in the lungs, and they therefore employ Meehan.
Ical, Hygienic and Medical remedies to purify the bloc.fand
strengthen the system. Fah the:4llv two MUDICIAL
HALATIONB, which they value highly, but only as Bagia.
teves, (haring no Curative effeds when used alons,) and Irmo,
lids are earnestly cautioned against wasting the precious
time of curability on any treatment based upon the plausi
ble, but false idea that the "seat of the disease can be reached
in a direct manner by Inhalation,". for, as before stated, the
seat of the disease is in the ble's's and ila elects only in the
&tr. No charge for consultation.
A list of guesdolus will be tent to thooo wishing to consul
us by letter. my29:daw
U. DEMOCRATIC TICZET.—M .. . •Edit;r: Aa the
time approaches for making the nominations for The
fall election, the Democrats are looking about fer suitable
candidates to !lace upon their ticket.
Allow me to suggest the following names for their consid•
oration. There is not a gentlemen named, who la not a
thorough national Democrat:
HON. cuARLE,s HEALER, City
JOHN M. IRWIN, City,
THOMAS S. HART, Indiana,
JOEL KETCHUM, Elisabeth,
HUGH LAFFERTY, Baldwin,
WILLIA3I hIcLANE, North Fayette
BARNES FORD, Lower SZ. Clair
COITA it CO iiktOSIONER :
THOMAS FARLEY, Alleghenyeity
JJILN 311:11IRAY, South Pittsburgh
WILLIAM ALEXANDER, City
WEST 0? THE ALLEGHENY 3
SOUTH OF THE MONONGAHELA. 4
OFFICE OP PITTSBURGH G.te CO., }
12th July, 1858.
DIVIDEND.—THIS TitITATEES OP THE PITTS
BURGH GAB CUM PAN . : have this day declared a
dividend of FIVE PER CENT. on the Capital St-cck of tae
Company, payable on demand to Stockholder; or their legal
representativtal, at their office, on Smithfield street.
jyl3:2w JAME 4 H. CHRISTY, Treasurer.
ge'MASONIO FUND SOOTETY.—Thorn bo a
meeting of the Stockholders of the Masonic Fund
Society, at the Hall, Fifth att.:et, on TUE oDAY EVENING,
July 20th, at 7 o'clock, to consider a proposition to lease
the Conoert ROM A full attendance of the Stockholders
is deeirablo, as the Trudteea are unwilling to take the re,
spomfoility upon themselves. By order of tho Board.
Oe NOTICE—THE INTEREST COUPONS of the
Bon.f of Lawrence Comity, isiued to the PITTS.
BURGH AND EKED RAILROAD COMPANY, due Jcly,
185 S. will be paid at the office of W: H. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Pittsbargh, Pa. The change In place of payment is made
is consequence of the failure of the Ohio Life low:malice
and Trust Company, New York, where the Ompons are
payable By order of
Jy2 THU COMMISSIONERS.
N EW ICE CREAM SALOON,
AND LADIES' REOTAUBANT' ,
NO. 277 FIFTH STREET.
The subscriber has ltased, and fitted up several commodi
ous roams, nearly opposite the Exchange Rank,' on Fifth
street, which are now open for the. Bummer Beason. La
dies and gentlemen can always find an abundant supply of
FREEH CONFECTIONARY, FRU k TS, TOE CREAM,
WATER ICES, and all the refreshments of the season. All
are respectfully requested to visit the rooms, and test for
ONLY $750 for a Dwelling House of four
rooms, a large Lot of ground, fruit trees, otc., pleas
antly. situated in South Pittsburgh, on the point of Blount
Washington, immedietly opposite Smithfield street, will be
sold on easy terms, by S. CIITUBERT d: SON,
_.19/ 3 61 Market street.
yARIETYI—A Farm of 40 acres; one of 12
acres; ono of 302 acres; Buildleg Lots, pito $lOO, pay
able in sums of 32 a seek, - Dicefling HOWICS in Pittsburgh,
Allegheny, South Pittsburgh; and Alccuit Washington- 9
.pleasant roaidepoo in Bostic/0y; 8 Lots in Baden, for sale by
jyl3 S. 1311fiEfBaRT s SON, 61 Market st...
SCEOLA The Seminole, by Captain
Mayne Reid. Price $1,25.
The Lectures of Lola Montez. Price $1,25.
The Royal Qem, or the Secret of the Susquehana. Price
For sale by
R. A. LOO5llB,
Publisher's Agent, 41 Fifth street
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF
In tho city is at
CA_RTWRIGIIT & YOUNG'S,
19 3 No. 8 6 Wood stroot.
DIME PORT WINE, for medicinal pur
poses, by the bottlo or gallon, at
• ' • IL&WORTH <1; BB.OWNLEE'S,
e 5 in the Dismond.
ADWELLING HOUSE cn Third street
for rent. 8. CUTHBERT & BON,
Jela Ed Market street.
WOOD STREET PROPERTY FOR
BALE.—An undivided third part of that valuable
property, situate at tho corner of /Sixth and Wood streets,
haaing 130 feet front on Wood by 60 deep on 6ixth street.
One-third of the above will be sold for $9,000. One-half in
hand—balance at one, two and three years.
TARCH-100 bxs. McClung & Campbell's
• Extra Starch, for sate by
eBO W. H. SMITH CO.
T"OR RENT—A large Dwelling 'House and
store, on Grant street. B. CUTHBERT t BON,
nay2B Ed Market Street.
VRESH FIGS-500 drums just received and
for Rale by ILEVArTi, & ANDERSON,
el 7 89 Wrcul ■trees,
Q.UPERIOR BLANK BOOKS—Ledgers,
Journals, Oash Book!, and Day Booki. A large sup.
ply on hand, made in the moat superior manner of the finest
quality of paper, especially for city orders. Blank Books
made to order, ruled to any given pattern.
je2B WM. G. JOHNbTON /t 00., 67 Wool et.
HERRING. -50 bbls Herring for sale by
Je3o H. OOLLINS
CCHIMNEY TOPS-100 various patterns
for sale, by De3ol HENRY H. COLLINS.
JOSPITAL SLEETING—Of all widths
and of the best quality, for sale at the India Rubber
Depot, 28 and 28 St. Clair street.
Jell J.. 1 H. PHILLIPS.
Tlay APPLES-100 bush., for salo by
J oSO HENRY a COLLINS
JUST received another assortment of BOOTS
and SHOES, consisting of Le.dles' Heel Boots and Slip
pers,.Gent's, Boys's Youth's, and a largo variety of Chß.
dren s Fancy Shoes. Please give 119 a call, at the Cheap
Cash Store of JOSEPH H. BORLAND,
Jag 98 Market street, secund door from Fifth.
47 OOL WANTED
-ICO,OOO no. Wool Wanted at bigbeat cash
prices, by HITCHCOCK, WORSESY a CO.,
je2l.•lmdaw 122 Second street, and 161 Front.
100 BBLS. N. C. TAR, for sale by
BAGALEY, 008011 AVE, Es Oil.,
mr24 - Nos. 18 end 20 Wood 'treat
atm DROPS-2000 lbs. Lemon, Orange,
Vanilla, Hoye, Strawberry, Pine Apple and Banana
Slavery, for Bale by BBYAIBB, & ANDERSON,
jorT 39 Wood itreet.
$3 500- LAWRENCEVILLE PRO
, 9 PERTY FOR SALE--A two story
brick house of hal l , good collar, wash house, stable; carriage
house, coal house, eto., choice fruit trees, apple, pear, plum,
cherry and quince. Great variety of flowers and shrubbery.
The lot has a frout of 83 feet on Ewalt strset by 140 deep
to Oheanut street. Terms easy.
le2B 8. CUTHBERT & 80E, 61 'Market at.
WOOL WANTED—The 'highest market
price paid for farmers w
JAMES A. FETZER,
Je7l Corner Market and First streets.
QHOES, SHOES—Great inducements of
fered It the DeanWs Shoe Store, to oh who wish to
tray summer Shoes cheap—Ladies' Gaiters, Ductility end
Slippers. D. 8. DIFIENBACHER COI,
jelco 17 Fifth street, near Market.
DELIVERED EVERY MORNING.-
icrmey's Press, PubHo Ledger, N. Y. Times, Herald
and Tranme, and the Cincinnati Commercial, are delivered
in every part of the city. Trade supplied by leaving your
address at HUNT & MINER,
jell Idasonie HalL
VOR SALE—One Steam Engine,' Cylinder
JU lb inches in diameter, 4 1 4 feet stroke, with if Cylinder
Boilers 32 inches in diameter, 30 feet in length,- with fire
front Ply Wheel 16 feet in diameter. For price and terms,
inquire of B. C. & J. IL Ish.WYEB,
je3o No. 47 Wood street.
LADIES' KID GLOVE CONGRESS GAIT-
Etta, with and without heels, at tho People's Shoe
Store, No.ll Yifth street. DiFFIENBACHEIt & CO.
GEN:PS CONGRESS GAITERS CHEAP,
at the People's atm - Store, N 0.17 Fifth street.
Jel9 DISTENI3ACIEn CO.
I HAVE constantly on. land a largo supply
1 of Pure Winea and Liquors for medicinal pnrpasca.
Those wishing anything in this llue, Con reti UPOrt gutting
pure article at JOSEPH MUM%
jyl2 Corner Diamond and Harhet alrcet.
$1 00 fr l l ja
b ugh t s i tX well , in goo g il i C i f il llia• Bel az Q d f
aka' conveniences, situate on Pantile street; SEOO in hand
bolopotat ono and two yostro:' p. CRITEIBERT as sox,
J7/5 -51 Market street,, -
M OORHEAD & CO.,
American Martin it Corrugated,
GALVANIZED SHEET IRON,
For Rooting, Outtoring, Spouting, etc .
AGENTS FOR WOOD'S PATENT
IMITATION RUSSIA SHEET IRON.
Warehouse, No. 11.38 Flrot street,
mr26:ly-is PITTSBURGH, PA.
3 119AAo J 0312., D D. BOGLE
S. CUTHBERT & SON,
M. Market street
J. NSi T. 6 lr's' UT T,
BRANDIES, GNS, 'INES, ETC.,
FINE OLD itONONGAHELA RYE WEISHY, PEACH
AND APPLE BRANDY. ALSO,
RECTIFIERS AN D DISTILLERS,
Corner of Smithfield and Front Streets,
apl4] • • PITTSBURGH, PA.
S. B. & C. P. MARKLE ,
PRINTING; JOB, AND ALL HINDS OF WRAPPING
21 ::51) AL Z S' I = gi. p
Warehouse, NO. 21 Wood Street,
m. Rage bought at market prices. myB
JOHN MOORHEAD has removed to
No. 71 Water street, below Market
POE r 23 8i1.3 or
PIC METAL AND BLOOMS,
NO. 74 WATER STREET, BELOW MARKET,
mrl9 PITTSBURGH, PA
PITTSBURGH STEEL WORKS.
ISAAC JONES JNO. L. BOYD WTI. MoOIILLOUGH
JONES, BO,YD & CO.
CAST 611'10E N..
SPRING, PLOW AND A. B: STEEL,
SPRINGS AND AXLES.
Cornor Ross =ad First. Streote l
J 925 PITTSBURGH, PA.
B. B. 118.0GEBS 81. CO.,
ROGERS' IMPROVED PATENT
STEEL CULTIVATOR TEETH,
COIISEE ROB 9 can FIRST STIIBMTB,
WILLIAM CLAYTON Sr, CO.,
WHOLES ALE AND RETAIL
NO. 87 DIAMOND ALLEY,
Ncar Wood etroot,
tar Always on hand, Blacltherry, Cherry, and Cognac)
Brandies, Old Monongahela and Rootided Whialry, of the
e boa en allrg. tleaidndets
JAI ES A. FETZIER,
Forwarding and Conimisoion Zerchant,
PO3 2E3 ISLIY. 07
lour, Grain, Bacon, Lard, Butter, &adz, Dried Fruit
and Produce generally,
Corner of E./arises and First streets.
Rem. To—Proncie G. Bailey, Ear., William Dilworth, Br.,
. Cuthbert & Bon, Pittsburgh; Boyd & Ott, Heiskell &
wearingeny B. Brady, Cash. H. & H. Bank. Lint & Howell,
Mangle & Co., George W. Andemon, DOM°. Paxton & Co.
c,,,AMIJEL FAIINESTOOK, No. 74 WOOD
street, Pittaburgh, has on hand a largo
STOCK OF HARDWARE,
Which he will sell very low for CASK. In addition to his
docks,Hinges, Knives and Forks, and Spoons, and a large
assortment of Carpenter's Tools, he has rooolvod a largo anti
ply of Sausage Cutters and•Stuffers ;
Shovels, Tongues and Pokers;
Sleigh Bells, and Enameled
ct 29 Pmerving Kettles.
L. C. HEPBURN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND CONVEYANCER..
OWL= MIR n.
Nn. bkreith atmet.
1 , 319ry . d , *
VY M. W. lEi A GUI T
WIIOL 'FIATS AND RETAIL
FIRST fREMIIIII READY MADE LINEN
DRESS STOCK .MANUFACTORY,
NO. 606 XRCH STREET,
Bilk, Merino and Cotton Under Shirts and Drawers, Cra
vats, Scarfs, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, &a, Drekising Gowns,
&dna, Wrappers, and Dress Stocks made to order by meas
urement, and warranted to give satisfaction: jel:lyd
E. P. MIDDLETON & PRO.,
WINES, BRANDIES, &C.,
ALSO DEALERS IN
FINE OLD WHISKY'S,
NO. 5, NORTH FRONT STREET,
jellyd PHILADELPHIA 4
GO AMID SEE
GEORGE P. WERTZ'S
First Premium Blind factory,
CORNER THIRD AND MARKET STS., PITTSBURGH.
ripHOSE WISHING TO FURNISH THEIR
Howie with VENITIAN BLINDS, of the most anal
site and elaborate finish, will find it to their interests to give
me a call before purchasing elsewhere. My work is got up
by tho beet mechanics (not apprentices.) Every attention's
given to the wants of customers. Prices low. All work
=Tented. N 0.72 THIRD Street, Pitbbnrgl. (myiblyis
DAVID H. WILLIAMS,
fIIVIL ENGINEER AND cONTRACTOR
1 4..) FOR THE PREOTION OF GAS WORKS, for from five
garners and uprau•ds, and for Heating Raildinga, public or
private, by Steam, Hot Wator or Furnaces.
icaysts • PITTSBURGH. PA.
CARTWRIGHT & YOUNG,
(Stcoestors to John Ccrtwripht,)
A.NUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Surgicol and lull Don.
tat instrunients, Guns, Pistols, Fishing Tackle, etc., No. Se
Wood etreet. They give special attention the manutactur•
ng of Trusses, Supporters, etc. Jobbing and Repairing
ith punctuality and despatch. apl7
E I* COVE, MICREERI' & CO.
(311C07.88083 TO ENV7/SUIT, M'CliEnt'S a Co,)
VORWARDING AND COMMISSION
MPROH-4.NTS, Wholesale Dealers in Produce, Elora
and Wool, No. 114 Second street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
narsun A 030:1
Springer Harbangh, Joseph B. Elder, St. Louis;
Pittabnrgh ;IFenten Bros., it
EL Childs A Co., • Cornell a Dorsey, Baltimore;
Bagaley, COOOTSVO dt CO., " Garret it Liartin,Philadelplaia;
McCandless, Mainz a Co.," Jaides, Kent,tantee a Co. "
G. W. Smith, dic Co., " Weaver a Graham, "
Geo. M. &L. Hord, Cincinnati Keene, Sterling & Co., "
A.. 8: Fenton a Bros., " Yard, Gilmore a . Co., "
.0574- C. WEST & CO., Vig
ROOXAWAYS, BUGGIES, SULKIES ANL HAUGH&
No. 107 Penn street, P.PPISBURGII, PA.
ski AB work warranted to be of the beat materials and
W. H. ...... .....
U. McGE E
Dealers in Ready Made Clothing an Gentlemen's Furnish
Ing Goods, corner of Federal straet d Market Square Alle
gheny City, Pa. Jel2ly _
AOll-91T ASISCLL- JAMS E. 133.16Dn1G
OBERT DALZELL it CO., Wholesale
Grocers, Commission and Forwarding Merchants and
D.Aders in Prod= and Pittsburgh Manufnoturoa, No. 251
Litcrey street. Pittsburoh. Pa. nce2s:ll,
FURNITURE FOR CASH.--
A. fall eafortment of
Pittatrargh roanafaature6 ' embracing
dad every article needed in a well furnished dwelling, tta
OFFICE sp FU RNI e
T o U f
fJonstantly on hand and made to order. As the only terms
PU Which Dudatim is done at this establishment is for clam
era made accordingly. -Rersoas in want Qf anything
the above line, would'be advantaged by calling at
1! • I ' PACILINIES. d /LIMN'S,
No -1113 Smithfield street, blow Fifth.
J. D. FACZEIEN I
1: Jo= 11. lawn.
WOUNDRY IRON:--80 tons, for sale by
X , EIMUCV OOLLML
Tonic, Cathartic, and Anti-Dyspeptic
B. L. FAHNESTOCK & CQ„
No. 60 corner of Wood and Fourth pS'treets,
A S AN EFFICIENT, safe and convenient
.011 4 . tonio;cathartio and anti•dyapeptio medicine, these
Pills are recommended to the public by. the former propri-
etor, (DB. WILSON,) With a Zonftdence such 83 a long con
tinned and careful trial of them in an ample practice was
In their operation as a cathirtio, they influence
more the'motory and loathe secerning power of the bowels
than any other combination in common use.
AS A TONIC—They agree with the most delicate stom
ach, removing nausea. pain, and debility from that organ,
and through it impart tone and vigor to the whole system.
AS AN ANTI-DYSPEPTIC—They tleatlialZEl and hiter
rapt the formation of acids, check fermentation, and Ore
vent the elimination of gaseslrom the food in the stomach,
—the direct consequences of chemical action,—an action
which should never exist in the human stomach. From
these peculiarities in the Pills, a person taking them may
expect a froo, full and natural evacuation of the bowels,
without pain, nausea, local or general debility, or that dis
gusting sickness or costiveness—the usual effects which at
tend or follow the use of other purges.
Extract of a Jeer from, Ef. 10. Rirrunarrth d 0;4, Druggist;
Memphis, Tennessee,January 7,1858:
. htzsvas. B. L. gIIELNIIBTOCII a Co.—We were the first to in.
°reduce Dr. B. Adams Wilson's Pals here many years ago.
They were the best Fill ever in this market. We use no
other in our own families, and secured for them a hith
tharacter by our recommendations. Yours, truly,
H. F. FABNEBWORT/1 & CO.
Extract qt" a letter from G. W Irwin, Nashville, Tennessee,
February 15. 1858.
S. L. FAMVESTOO3. a 'Co.—Dear Sir: I have seen
Dr. R. A.. Wilson's Pills used for the ague with good effect;
I have used them myself; and believe them to be the best
Pill in 'ltd. I have no doubt they will cure many other
complaints when properly used, and I cheerfully recommend
them to the public. Respectfully, yours,
G. W. IRWIN.
Prone (blond Wm. Hopkins, late Canal Chmmissioner.
WABRINGTON, • Pa. January B,lBsB—Dear Doctor: I hive
beanmaing your "Anti-Dyspeptic" Pills, When occasioned
required, for many years, and can truthfully say that I have
never found any medicine equal to them in relieving me
from affections of the stomach and head. They have never
failed to relieve mo &Um headache, and have always left
my system in better coudition they found it. I must confi
dently recommend your-Pills as a safe and highly valuable
medicine. Very respectfully, eta.,
DR. R. ADAMS WilsoN. Wilf. HOPKINS. .
From T 7103. Blackmore, Esq., Treasurer of Allegheny (b., Pa.
To I a. R. A. WEMON.—Dear Sir : I have been using your
Pills since 1840, and do decidedly say they are the best Pill
in use, or that I haveany knowledge of. I first used them
for "sick headache ,^ with which I saffared beyond descrip
tion; I am happy io say, that they entirely cured me. Since
then I list them as a family medicine: if lam bilious, or
anything ails me, and I require mediame, I take a Pill,aud
it cures me; they are my only medicine, and have been for
the last seventeen years; THOS. BLACHMORE.
Hear Dr. Keyser.
Masses. B. L. PAututsroar. Co—l have had considerable
experience In the use of the ettraordloary Pill compounded
by Dr. It. Adams Wilton, of tvhich you are now the promi
etore, and haie often fold their benign influence in my own
case for "nervous headache," arising from a disordered con•
dition of the stomach.. I have likewise prescribed them for
others, in cases of 6 6 hemicranta" and other farms of head
ache depending on a deranged and irritable condition of the
stomach and digestive organs, of which they seem peculiar
ly adapted, being entirely free :rem any griping tendency.
I regard them as a very valuable Pill, and one that purges
without at all aebilitsring. Yours truly,
GEO. IL KEYSER, 140 Wood street.
Pittsburgh, March 5,1858. jytlyd&W
PrraBITI36 EL PA
DISCO' I.I I
OF THE AGE.
VTR. KENNEDY, of Roxbury, has diesov!
err i in one of our common pasture weeds a remedy
]very hind of Humor,
PROM TEEM WORST BCROYULA DOWN TO 'A COMMON
He has tried It in over eleven hundred cases, and never
failed except in two cases, (both thunder humor.) lie has
now in his ponces:lon over one hundred certificates of it,
value, all within twenty ranee ot Beaton.
Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing core mouth.
One to three bottles will cure the worst . kind of Pimples
on the face.
Two or three bottles will clear the system of bile!.
TWO bottles are warranted to aura the worst canker in the
month or stomach.
Th'ree to Ave bottles are warranted to cure the worst kind
0:o to two bottles are warranted to cure all humor inithe
Two bottles are warranted to care running of the eats and
blotches among the hair.
pour to MX bottles are warranted to cure corrupt and
One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the shin.
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the wontkind
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the most des
perste case of rheumatism.
Three to four bottles are warranted to cure selt-Itherum
Hive to eight bottles will cure the worst case of scrofula.
A beneflkis always experienced from the first bottle, and
a perfect cure is warranted when the above quantity is taken.
Dna MADAN,—The reputation of the Medical Discovery,
In caring all kind of humors, is so well established by the
unanimous.voice of all who have ever used it, that I need
not say anything on the subject, as the most iskilfrd phyei•
clans and the moat careful Druggists In the country are um
animoua in its praise.
In presenting the Medical Discovery to your notice, I do
it with a full knowledge of the curative power. in relieving
all, and curing most of those diseases in which you are un
fortunately so liable. That moat excruciating disease to an
Is cared B 3 if by a miracle; your own temper is restored te,
It, natural erreetneca, and your babe from short and fretful
nape to oaten and sweet slumbers ; and the Medical Disoove
ry beoomes a fountain of blessing to your hucband and
In the more advanced Maps of
t extends to the stomach, coming
which In nothing but canker of the atom h; then to the
creating a rinr.ng, gone foeling, and an indifference even to
the eareB of your
Your stomach to
RAW AND INFLAMED,
your food distresses you, and you can-only take certain
kinds, and even of that your system does not get half the'
nourishment it contains as the scrimonous fluid of the canker
eats it up; then your complexion loses Its bloom and bo
comes sallow or greenish, and your best day is gone. For
want of nourishment your system becomes loose and flabby,
and the fibres of your body become relaxed. Then follow a
train of diseases which the bledical Discovery Is peculiarly
Palpitation of the heart, pain in the side, wee , -ness of the
spine and small of the back, pain of the hip joint when you
retire, irregularity of the bowels, and also, that most exam
elating of dfseasos, the '
How many thousands of poor women are coffering from
this disease and pining away a miserable life, and their next
door neighbor does not know the cause. I wish to impress
oa your mind that good old proverb, "An ounce of preven
tion is better than a pound of cure." In the
you have both the preventative and the cure, with this great
and good quality, that it will never, under tiny circram.stancea,
do you any injury.
No change of diet over neceasary—eat the best you can gel
and enough of it.
DIEEOTiON3 yea mix—Adults One table spoor.fal par day—
Children orertenyenes dessert spoonful—Children from fore
to eight yearsi , tea spoonful. As no directions can bo appli.
cableito all constitutions, take sufficient to operate on the
bowcle twice siday. Yours truly
Price $l,OO per bottle, For sale by
Dr. GEO. a =BEE,
roptdow No. 14e Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
A BEAUTIFUL , HEAD
RICH GLOSSY HAIR,
Completely - Preserved
TO THE GREATEST AGE.
G. M. DOSCU.
& C 0
And who that is gray would not have it restored to its
former color, or bald, but would have the growth restored,
or troubled with dandruff and itching bat would have it
removed, or troubled with scrofula, scald head or other
eruptions, but would be cured, or with sick headache,
(neuralgia,) but would be cured. It - will also remove all
pimples from the face and skin. Prot Wood's Hair Resto
rative will do all this, see circular and the following:
Arai Asitoa, November 8, 1816.
Pace. 0. 3. Wocd—Deer Sir :—I have heard much said of
the wonderful effects of your Hair Restorative, but having
been so often cheated by quackery and quack nostrums,
hair dyes, .kc., I was disposed to place your Restorative in
the same category with the thousand and one loudly trum
peted quack remedies, until I met you in Lawrence county
some month. since, when you gave me such assurance as
induced the trial of your Restorative in my family—first by
my good wife, whose hair had become very thin and en
tirely white, and before exhausting one of your large bot
tles, her hair was restored nearly to its original beautiful
brown color, and had thickened and become beautiful and
glossy upon, and entirely over the head; oho continues to
use it, not simply because of its beautifying effects upon
the hair..but because of its healthful influence upon the
head and4aind. Others of my family and friends are using
your Restorative, with the happiest effects herefore, my
skepticism and doubts in referent* to its character and
value are entirely removed; I can and do and most cor
dially and confidentially recommend its use by all who
would have their hair restored from whi.e or gray (by Tea.
son of - sickness or age,) to original color and beauty and by
all young persona woo would have their hair beautiful and
glossy. Very truly and gratefully yowl!,
—..— SOLOMON ALARM
Farm Won: It was a long time after I saw you at
Illistdield before I got the bottle of Restorative for which
you gave me an order upon your agent in Detroit, and when
I,got It we concluded to try it en Mrs. Mann's hair, en the
surest teat of its power. It bats done all that you; assured
12110 it would do • and °there of my family and' friends,
having witnessed its effects, are now using and reobmniend•
big its use to others as entitled to the highest consideration
you claim for it.
Again, very respectfully and truly, yours,
°emu, In; June 28,1862.
I have used Prof. 0.3. Wood's Hair Restorative, andhava
admired its wonderful effects. My hair was becoming, as I
thought, prematurely gray, but by tho.ltuse of his Restorer
tire it has resumed its original color, a pt I have no doubt,
permanently go. • B. B 11,1 1$31.:ex-Senator.II. B.
0. Jr. WOOD a CO. Proprietors, an Broadway, N. Y., (hi
the great Wirt, Ilstablitittunt) and 114 Illarket
street,l3t. Um* 14 °• • -
gold by DR. ORO. H. HEUER, No: 140 Wood st.,
Je22mdeW And Cold by all good Druggists.
DR. R. A. WILSON'S
PREPARED AND SOLD By
NURSING BORE MOUTH,
ROGER - 8'
NEW DAC:WEERBAN AND. AIII33IIOTYRE
8.87 AND EIDE-LA:7Hr _
G A LLE Y
VIPTH anima, t ART , YOPMECEI TTHH POBZOI7/011i
tilL M/RIM takes in all the various styles, in any
a c i t ra c i md warranted to'plesse, at reasonable rates. . _ •
messed persona taken at their reeicianoei '
R. M. CARGO & CO.,
Photographers eind AmbrotypUlts,
NEW YORK GALLERY,
No. 21 Fifth street, and
FL W. cor. of Market street and Diamond, Tittalnargh.
PRIORS TO BUT ALL mylftlf-3to
AMBROTYPE S 7 7 -
A BEAUTIBUL AND DURABLE PlOnitE
WARRANTED, CAN BE HAD AB LOW
AS AT .ANY FIRST CLASS EBTABLIBEEKENT
IN THE COUNTRY, AT
HOTOGRAPHY.—T is ART HAS BUN
brought to such perfection that pictures taken by Ws
process have been _pronounced perfect by the scientific,
world. They can be had in all their beauty and artistic
elegance, at WALL'S rim= CIALLnar, on Fourth street,
Jnes' Building. JJyl7lw
Bentoved to 21 Fifth Street....„.
°ARGO & CO.'S PHOTOGRAPHIC AND
AIIBROTYPE GALLERY has been removed from
76 Fourth street, to No. 21 Fifth street, near Market.
These rooms having been bat especially forthe purpose,
with three large lights, are not surpassed in the city fbr
comfort, convenience and excellence in arrangement.
Are. Our old friends and patrons, and those wishing
puler likancases, are invited to call. g. Reception Room
and •eneolineue on the ground floor. .
- AUCTION SALES.
TIALLY SALES AT NO. 54 FIFTH ST.,
Ay At the new Commercial Sales - tooms, No. fot, Fifth
street„ every week day, are held publi, .jales of goods in all
variety, suited for the trade and consumers, from a large
stock which is constantly replenished with fresh consign
ments, that must be closed forthwith.
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. 14
Dry Goods and fancy articles, tom'priSing nearly everything
needed in the line for personal and family use; table cut
lery; hardware; clothing; boots and shoes; ladies ware,
&c. AT '2 O'CLOCK, P. lif.,
Household and kitchen furniture, new and second-hand;
beds and bedding; carpets; elegant iron atone China Ware;
stoves; cooking utensils; groceries, /r.c.
AT 7 O'CLOCK, P. IL,
Fancy articles ;, watclies; clocks; jewelry; musical rostra.
ments ; gins; clothing; dry goods; boots and shoes. book
stationery, iseBl P. M. DAVLS.Auot.s
ALII,A.BLE STOCKS AT AUCTION.—
on TUESDAY EVENING, July 20th,1858, a. eight
o'clock, at the Commercial Sales Rooms, No: 54 Fifth street,
will be sold:-
20 shares M. do M. Bank of Pittsburgh.
20 do Pittsburgh GAB Ccmpany.
24 do old stock Allegheny Fridge Company.
jyl7 t'. M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
IAROUCHE, BUGGIES AND CHAISE,
AT AOCTION—On WEDNESDAY MORNING, .1 . 31
21st, at 10 o'clock, 4t the Commercial Sales Rooms. 64 Fifth
street, will be sold, one two seat Baronche; one top and one
open Buggy, and one Rockaway Carriage ; one two wheeled
Yankee Chaise. (Jyl7) P. M. DAVIS, Ancer.,
LAST AND CLOSING SALE OF THE
PROPRRTY, IN ALLEGHENY 01 7 17—0 n
T IIESDAY EVENING, July 20th, at 8 o'clock, in the second
story salesroom of the new auction house, 54 , Eifth street.
will be held, the last and closing sale of Lots in bir:John
Irwin's plan of his valuable and beautifully located iteal
Estate, situate in the First Ward, Allegheny City, 'well
known as " Rope Walk Property." Those wishing to ne•
cure lots in this convenient and lovely neighborhood, will
notice that this a positively final sale, as the proprletoi is
determined to' sell. Central street, on which these lots
'runt, is 60 feet wide, end extends from West Common to
Allegheny avenue,: ate° CO feet wide. It is every way adapt
ed as the most desirable sect for elegant mansions and COM*
One lot, No. 51, having 50 feet front, and extending' long
Tremont street, which is 45 feet wide, 200 tet to a 40 feat
street on the lino of the property of Richard Bowen.
Right lots, numbered from 65 to 62 inclusive, between
Tremont street and Allegheny avenue, each 60 - 'feet front,
and extending back 250 feet, to the aforesaid 40 feet street.
One lot, No. 43, having 24 feet front, and extending along
Tremont street 140 feet toward Water lane, to a 20feet alley.
Eleven lots, numtered from 44 to 64 inclusive, between
West Common and Tremont street, each 24 feet front, and
extending back toward Water lane 140 feet, to a2O feet alley.
Tyventy•three lots, numbered from 30 to 62 inclusive, boa
tween Tremont Street and Allegheny avenne,each 2efeet
front, and extending back toward Water lane 140 feet, to a
20 feet alley.
Plenn can be had at the, Auction Store, and the promises
shown on applicaeion.
Torme of •,ale—One -fourth cash, and the balance in three
tqual annual payments.
VXECUTOF.'S SALE OF LOTS IN AL
LEGIntIY CITY.—On TUESDAY EVENING, rtily
, 20th, at 8 o'clock, at the Commercial' Sales Rooms, No. 54
Fifth street, Pittsburgh, by order of Joseph Knox, Bag. ex
ecutor of Catherine Rudolph, deceased, will be sold 70 Val=
noble Lots of Grannd, situate on Rebecca,Bblmont, Eta.
dolph and Ridgo streets, and also on Wer Lane, in the
First Ward, Allegheny. Plans can be obtained at the car!
riage factory of Messrs. Johnston b Rm. near the premises,
or at the auction store.
Terms—One•third cash; rosidne in one and two years,witit
ntorest, secured by bonds and mortgage.
jy9 P. M. DAVIS. Auctioneer.
• JOHN W. 11/1 9 CAIRLTHY,
Li Lr ' 1 "" 41c S T
1j IL ATTEND TO THE POSTING
and DISTRIBUTING of all binds of
BILLS FOR CONCERTS LECTURES, EXHIBITIONS, Au;
All communications—either by mail telegraph, or other
wise—directed tolins-o. Bice of tho Elonaing Post, will receive
prompt att=ton op 7
STONE & C O.
For preserving all 'kinds of Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Mince
Meats, Oysters, and all such perishable articles manufac
tured and for sale by OENTN °HAMS .k 00, N00.'109
WATER and 140 FIRST STREETS, Pittsburgh, Pa.
MP- The main secret of preserving fruit in a fresh condi
tion, consists in having it thoroughly heated when sealed
up, and in expelling all the air there may may be in the
vessel, so that when the fruit encl., it will form a vacuum.
The. undersigned having procured the right to manufaa
ture these Tare, respectfully call the attention of dealers
and others to them.
The great superiority of Glaid.9 over any other substance
for the preservation of fruits, etc., etc. is so well known,
that any commenta upon it aro entirely unnecessary, and
the, proprietors feel confident that any one, after having'
once seen these Jars, will never be induced to use any other.
For sale wholesale and retail by
1 o la the matter of the Petition of certain In tho Court
citizens cf the Fourth Ward, Pitts. Quarter Sessions,
burgh, to vacate a certain alley near of Allegheny
the corner of Fenn and Irwin streets. cormty.
- And not; Jane 9th, 1853, the Celia grant a rale on all
parties interested to be and appear in open'Court, on Satar- .„,-
day, the 10th day of July next to show cause, if any they
have, why the alloy in said petition described, viz: an alloy
ten feet in width, leading from Scott's alley to Irwin etreet,
over the ground of Thomas Ecott, should not to vacated.
From the record.
jel7./tria.w-dw TEOIIA3 A. HOWLEY, Clerk.
LAKE SUPERIOR COPPER MILL
PARK, M'CURDY & COor
TVIANUFACTURERS ,OF SHEATHING,
A. Braziers' and Bolt Copper,Pressed Copper Bottoms',
}<Azad Still Bottoms, Speltor Soldor, ~io , also Importers and
dealers in Metals, Tin Plate, Sb.eet, Iron, Wire, Le. Constantly
on hand, Unman's Machines and Tools, Warehouse, No. 149
First, and 120 Second street, Pittsburgh, Pa. Special ordera
of Copper cut to any desired pattern. - my2.9:lydaw
STATE OP .PENNSIZVANT.4.
EXIGUITY!. Oararusu, )
Harrisburg, Jana 8,1858. j
It IS hereby Ordered, that a "Clamp of Inetrnetlon " be
held at Williamsport, Lycoming'connty, Penneylvania,"the
present year, and the AdJatant General of the Common
voalth is directed to fix the time thereof—to take charge of
the arrangements—to attend in parson, and to Win the
necessary orders to the General staff, and other Military
officers of the Commonwealth in relation to the earner.
WM. F. PACIKUIt, Gommander-in-Phief.
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S 0 1 1IC1,
Harrisburg, Juno 8,1858.
In obedience to the above order from Head-Quarters. a
"Camp of Instruction" will be hehlat meport, Ly.
coming county, Permaylvenia, commencing at 12 .It, on
Tuesday, the 7th day of September, 185
To continue untiI.SATURDAY, the llthday of said month,
at 12 s, of eaid day, to be called Camp, “ Susquehanna."
L This Encampment is intended to include the uniform
ed companies throughout the state, who are earnestly re.
quested to be in prompt attendance.
IL The Major Generals, Brigadier Generals, and Brigade
Inspectors of the several o irk:lona and brigades, are reqeired
to'report to my office as soon as possible, what companioa
and field officers will be in attendance from their respective
commands—with the numb'r of men In each company, the
names of the C.aptairie, and their Poet Office address.
II C. The Aids•do-Camp end all other rfllcers of the Grand
Stair of the Commander-in-Chief aro ordered to' be in at.
tendance, armed and equipped in full parade dress.
IV. All companies in attendance aro required to bring
with them all tentt and camp equipage they may have.
V. The Brigade Inspectors, of every brigade, will repsrt
at once to my offlce, what equipage belonging to tlio btato
is in the limits of their command.
VL The Major General of the Eleventh Division, Gen. D,
S. Jackman, shall be the senior officer on dtity, and he Is
hereby charged with the immediate arrangements for sd
Encampment, end i 5 ordered to report to this office for fdr.
ther instructions. By order of the co inmander-in-Chief.
EDWLN O. WILSON,
Adjotant General of Pennsylvania.
WATSON'S SYRINGES-4 have this day
received another suppl r of these celebrated Syringes -
pronounced by physict ma to be superior to any ether now
in nee. Persona wishing an aril to of tole kind. should call
and examine my duck before pircbasing elsewhere.
Corner Diamond and Market street.
APPLES.-150 bile. choice Dry
11_, Apples, received and far sale, by
61%3 Corner .isztet and First streets.
VB,ENCH PAPER If ANGINGS.—Neir
deciPla and very beautlfal—received by late arrivals,
for sale by W. P. 31.1.2811 ALL eteer-
M/25 Icaevi end Pealent. ST Weed
, Tea Prime W. B. Cutting Mr ° I
ieceived and for sale 4 1131 1j 1 0 1 3) ffi Nit EL. COLLINS
f'fARRLA.GES, ILA. TS. AND CAPS, FUR- )
44 .../ NITURE OR QIIZENSWABB wanted in exchange for
two Building Lots, each 24 by 101 feet, athlete in the Seventh
fi, COTBBBILT .4 SON,
:v.. , . Ft 3favy et ~.,..*,
COPYING/ PRESES.—Screvr Oopsdn g,
Preases, Cahn and Lever Copying Bream,' .LeVer,
'Screw and Spring Copying Pres:ml el& _ ToN . CO.'
• WM G. J s a utt ,
• , El Wood street,
WA L 9 S, Youth street
P. M. DAVIB, Auctioneer.
CIINTNGHAVIS 6 CO.,
No. 109 Water street.