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The Mturderer Jacobs.
As a number of conflicting stories have been pub
lished in relation to the escape of Jacoba from the
officers in Illinois, we publish. the following states
mont, which wait received by, the Mayor yesterday •
morning, from a correspondent in Chicago :
"On C. P. Bradley's arrival at Chicago; he found
Mayor Weaver's despatches in reference to the mur
der of Mrs. Annallaria"Jacolia, (known as Sutler.)
Mayor Weaver's despatches before Mr. Bradley's
arrival here, were Beat to CharlesHodgissn, who
immediately put 1/Ib2 on the lockout, and also tho
Chief of Police and his squad of detectives, all of
whom, up to the time of the arrival-of Mr. Bradley,
heard nothing. When Mr. Hague arrived, the fol
lowing morning, hc, with others, spent a day in
searching German hotels and boarding houses, and
obtained what was thought "a good trail"—that they
had left Chicago on Saturday night, the 10th inst.,
for Dubuque and St. Paul. Hague, with Bradley,
left on Wednesday Light for Dubuque and arrived
there on Thursday morning. They spent that day
in eesrching Dunleitb, Dubuque, and steamboat's
that had left and were leaving for the upper Mises.
eippi from Saturday to Tuesday, and could find no
trail of the family they were after. They returned
to Chicago on TturBdaY night and arrived
day morning at four o'clock, when they learned that
Jacobs had gone to Biue Island to buy a farm, which
is sixteen miles south of Chicago. A police officer
had started out the day before with the Landlord of
the tavern at which Jacoba had stopped and left his
family, and learned that the murderer had escaped.
Hague and Bradley immediately issued handbills
and rent them off by the morning trainc e and tele
graphed to point's within the range of country that
Jacobs- would have to traverse. •
"At II o'clock A: liL e they rent to Blue Island.
Oa their arrival there they learned the following
facts :—.Tecoba, alias Sutler, arrived at Chicago,
on Friday morning, having met, on the train at
.La Porte, a German canner for an English house,
'called the Now England 'House, in Chicago, who
took him to the house, (a small one.) where he
remained uniil Tuesday morning, when the Ger
man runner went with him into the country to
look for land. When the account of the murder was
published in the papers, the landlord of the Now
England House saw it, and went down to Captain
Bradley's effice and reported it, and said ho would
go with in officer and point out the murderer. They
started about ono o'cleck, P. M., on Thursday,
and :arrived at three o'clock, P. M., at Blue Island,
when, the landlord proceeded to look up the murderer
as he agiee.d, bat as is thought and believed, to look
up his German runner, slid inform him that the officer
was atter Jacoby. Be th's as it may, the landlord
found the German runner and told him that the officer
wanted his friend. The runner replied that the man
was asleep in the hare, and he would go and awake
him and bring him in. The officer and landlord went
into the German house where the party were stop
ping, and waited for the runner and Jacobs to come
in. What passed between them is not known, but
one thing is certain th 6 murderer went over the
fence at the back of the promises and. escaped into a
piece of woods thick with underbrush and tall grass.
Within fifteen minutes the whole village was out,
and surrounded the ivoodo, which is about a mile
and a half long by ote.balf to three-quarters of a
mile wide, bordering on a deep ravine or morass
overgrown with grass higher than a man's head, and
unapproachable except on feet, and then at the peril
of being swamped. Tho party had scarcely sur
e united the timber when a violent rain set in, and
cverybady, with the exception of the officer, ran
home' for shelter. The rain continued until near
"The Chief of Pollee of Chicago, with many offi
cers, came, and did all that could be done. As a
last resort they went to the nearest railroad station,
raised the alarm, and rent out men to all the cur.
rounding, country. This was done on Thursday eve
ning and night.
" Hague and Bradley arrived at Chicago on Friday
morning, and - proceeded to Blue Island, where the
Chief of Police already was. The party then went
over a fifty mile circuit before night, and sent bills
to every farmhouse and station, not getting through
until after midnight. They were coafident that the
murderer would be inside the circuit they had sur
rounded. This done, they returned to the city, and
searched all the outside German houses, and tele•
graphed to' all points within the range of country
Jacoba would be likely to reach,
" Chief of Police ltehms was very efficient with
his force. Mr. lingua has every facility offered to
him.; up to this time no tidings have come in regard
to the -- --mur. , :erer. We have had additional bills
printed to-day and sent in every direction. Chief of
Police Robins is now out in the country trying to get
some tidings; but as yet noVaing definite has been re
ceived. The girl, Anna Maria Battler, is enciente,
and denies all knowledge of the murder of Jaeoba's
wife. What amount of money he had about him
ooald net be ascertained, but from the best informa•
Lion we can get he could not have had more than
thirty or forty dollars. The woman says she has
beta robbed since Jacobs left for the country. Some.
times she says that he took the money with him.
Yesterday wo-scorched her and found only sixty
seven dollars with her. We also searched his bag
gage, bat found nothing. We searched the tavern
and bare, teed in a barrel of bran we found seven
hundred and eighty-five dollars in gold. The girl
denies all knowledge of it. We have had her
watched since her arrest, and also the house night
—A despatch received yesterday afternoon an
nounced that officer Hague would leave Chicago last
night, with the girl, children and baggage, together
with the meney sound in the barn.
!mother Boat Race.
We stated some time since that another boat race
was in -prospective, between the " Darling " and
"Putman," the eastern built boats of this city, and
subsequently that the challenge given by the Eclipse
Club, owners of the "Darling," had been accepted
by the Undine Club, to whom the "Putman" be.
longs. The preliminaries have since been arranged,
and see learn that the race is to come off on the
afternoon of Saturday, August 7th. The prize to bo
contended for is a pares of $lOO, or its value in a
silver cap. Both boats aro to be rowed by members
of their respective clubs, in both of which there are
experienced oarsmen. The facewill doubtless be a
fair one, as the boats were both built by the same
maker, and the models aro nearly alike. The two
craft aro thought to ho exceedingly well matched,
and the result of the race will depend much upon
the skill and endurance of the oarsmen. Tho contest
will take place over the usual course, and numbers
will• doubtless be in attendance to witneos it. Wo
expect to be able to record faster time then has yet
been made hen.
Death bf an Estimable Lady.—lt is with pain that
we announco this morning the death of the wife c
Mr. Florence Kramer, of the firm of Kramer
Rakes, bankers, of this city. Mrs. Kramer was the
daughter of William B. English, Esq., and was
greatly beloved by a largo ;drab° of friends and ac
quaintances, who eatcomoti her most highly for her
aplable character and many virtues.
The cause of her death is a singular one. Some
weeks ago in savipg a pot rabbit from injury at the
hands of a child who had become possessed of a
. noodle, Mrs. Kramer was accidentally
wounded in the hand by the needle. The injury
at first slight, increased until tho hand and arm
swelled, and ultimately the brain and the whole ner
vous system was so, severely afflicted as to result in
death. Cut off in the spring time of her years, she
leaves young husband and a child to mourn her lose.
Further Hearing.—William Richards, who was
oharged with assault and battery with intent to kill,
was examined before Mayor Weaver yesterday morn
ing. He had some twenty witnesses in'attondance,
• who all declared that he had not laid his hand en
Sparks. Drs. Christy and Tindlo said that Sparks
was in a better condition than on Monday, though
1 still in a precarious situation. Under the circum
stances, Richards was admitted to bail for his ap
pearance on Saturday, when he will have a further
Learing. He will in all; probability be discharged,
as there seems to be no fdundation for a prosecution.
Half Fare to Clergyraei—Tho Pennsylvania Rail
road-Company now issue tickets to clergymen at half
price. Annual tickets are issued to the clergy, which
they present to the conductors when traveling, who
are authorized by the face of the ticket to pass them
upon the payment of cue•half the usual fare for such
distance as they may wish to travel. This is a good
arrangement, and will be most satisfactory to the
gentleman of the black-cloth, who aro frequently
obliged to travel more than their salaries justify.
Third Ward Coned)le.—John A. Martin Las com
menced his duties as constable of the Thi:d Ward,
having entered bail for the faithful performance of
his duty soon after ho was appointed by Judge
M'Clare. Ho is a worthy man, and will doubtless
diechargo his duties satisfactorily. lie takes the
plaeo of Giblin, the extertioni - t, nn in jail. It is
to "ha hoped that the example made of Keep and Gib
lin may have a salutary dint in checking such
possitions in future.
Sale of 3ioc44.—Tho following stocks were sold
lost evening at the Commercial Sales Rooms, No. 54
Fifth street, by P. N. Davis, Auctioneer •
\\\,. 72 &asses Iron City Bank
GO " Nei. and Ilan. Bank
21 " Allegheny . Bridge Co. (old)
20 " Pittehnrgh Gee Co ...... —....
Exhibition of Silver Plated Ware.—The beautiful
silver plated ware for family table use, to be sold
tomorrow morning by Mr. Davis, is now open for
examination vn the second floor of his new Auction
Itooras,,Fifth street. Every taste will be suited in
the rich variety of articles fcr sale without regard to
pricer. See advertisement under auction head.
Masonic Excursion Tickets.—Tho ceremonies at
the new Masonic) Temple in Cincinnati will take
place tomorrow. The Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and
Chicago and the Cincinnati and Columbus Railroad
Companies have adopted the half fare arrangement
for the occasion, an the attendance will undoubted
-1 be large.
A Disapßointment.-IWh revente Mr. Smith
from - lecturing on capital punishment? Why, he
had the Bronchitis so soverely that at the appointed
time he could scarcely speak. If he had gone the
previous morning to a drug store and bought some
of BOIVMEIe6 Compound, and taken it, he would
have been able to deliver his lecture; and still bet.
ter, if he continued to use it, he would soon be per
~. , 3
Fatal Poisoning Affair at. the City Farm.
Oa Monday a case of Weenie& occurred at the
Poor Farm, which resulted- in the death of three of
the inmates. It seems
_that the store room was
opened for the purpose et cleaning, and that several
of the invades were 4313g=•Led in scrubbing the room,
when, daring . the absence of the matron, they dia.
covered what they thought was a keg of whisky.
w s ils O'B s° l ll n, Patrick
started,and three of them,
Mullen and Robert
n T s h m e
ed bug c j a ara
Cuthbert, drank freely of its contents. A fourth,
who tasted it, thought it was bitter and spat it out.
Cathbert thought it was good, as ho said it had wild
cherries in it. Soon after drinking it, the whole
three were taken with spasms, and, although the
physician did all .in his power to relieve them, in
less than an hour they all died In fearful convul.
On examination it was discovered that the liquor
which they had partaken of, was whisky, in which
cocutus trading* or fish berries had been dissolved for
the destruction of vermin. This is a powerful vege
table poison, similar in its effects to strychnine.
On Monday morning, Coroner Alexander went to
the farm, and held an inquest, a pact mortem exami
nation being had. A verdict of accidental poisoning
Was returned. Decomposition took place very rapidly,
and the bodies were interred yesterday morning.
Vigilant Pic Nic.—The usual annual pia nic of
the Vigilant fire company of this city comes off to
n.,orrow at New Linden Grove. Every preparation
will be made for the accommodation of visitors, and
from the character of tho gentlemen whose names
appear as managers, we feel satisfied that it will be a
pleaEant and lively affair.
White Kid Gloves, White Silk Gloves,
and Marseilles Vestings, White Duck Pant Stuffs
and Coating, now on hand at Carnaghan's, Federal
street, Allegheny city. A full stook of Ready Made
Clothing for men and boys, adapted to the season,
and a general stock of piece goods for custom
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTER'S are new
generally conceded tube unequalled for their prompt
action in alleviating and curing all diseases of the stomach.
Their ,isperior excellence and consequent renown is readily
accounted for, from the wed-known fact that they are made
under the personal supervidon of the proprietor, in strict
.cccrdauce with pharmaceutic science. Its use is always
attended with the most beneficient 'results, and in cases of
Nervous Debility, Constipation, Flatulence, and other like
disease - 3, caused by a disordered stomach, its curative pow
ers are of the most speadybuil powerful character,and exceeds
any other preparation of the same claims before the public.
For cede by druggists and dealers generally, everywhere,
and by 110ST=ER h SMITH,
Manufacturers and Proprietors,
18 Water and .58 Front 'Streets.
U. A A MEDICINE, AS A BEVERAGE, AS AN
Appetiw, as a metorativc, as a solace, as a gentle
exhilerant, as a staff in manhood and a help in ago there
is nothing like J. AL OLIN'S CELEBRATED STOMAC ❑
BITTERS, they are pronounced by all who use them, to bo
far superior to any preparation of the kind now in me.
They are a sure cure for Dyspopsia,Custiveness, General Do.
bility, Weakness of the Stomach, etc., and o preventive of
moat of the prevailing diseases of the day. T mild be
kept and used by every family, especially at of
the year, when loss of appetite is so prevalent. No ly
consulting their own interest can afford to do without thorn.
As many spurious articles are put up and sold as genuine,
be sure ant call for J. Id. Olin's Celebrated Stomach Bitters,
and sae that the article purchased bears the name of J. hi.
Olin as manufacturer.
For ssleby J. M. OLIN, sole proprietor and mannfactnrir,
Iles. 2137 Penn street, Piltsburg,h, Pa, and by druggists and
dealers goner - illy. el
Valley & Plain Furniture & Chairs
V,Clareroonns, 42-1 Penn street,
ABOVE THE CANAL BRIDGE,
4 - 4. In addition to the Pura4ltre basinose, 1 also dovot
attention to UNDERTAKING. Ili-arena and Carriages
S., IT BA/vikp
AT 0. 66
Third DOOr WOE, t of the 1 3.3.nk of Pittsbargh. ye,
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS
This institution was organized in 1834, and
still continnen nadir tto some careful and prudent man
n:zeraent, which has so long afforded satisfaction and se
curity to its depositors and customers. Its stockholders
nra all individually Bald., for any moneys dvasiter, and
besides the money and property of the Bank itself, the un
dersigned are individually responsible to depositors to the
whole extent of their private m=ans
A First Rate Farm for Sale In
THE UNDERSIGNED offers his farm, situ
ated one half mile south west of New Franklin,
Stark county, Ohio, and one and a half miles west of Moul
trie elation, on the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad, fur
&ale. It contains two hundred and tarty-eight acres, one
hundred and seventy-eight of which is in a good state of
cultivation, and the balance is covered with first rats tim
ber. The farm is well supplied with spring's and running
water. The firm is provided with two dwelling horses,
;earns and other suitable buildings; also,
a large and
thriving orchard, which furnishes excellent fruit.
Any one desirous of purchasing, can buy one hundred
and sixty acres, or the entire tract, as may be convenient.
The farm is conveniently dl: tided into meadow and upland,
and hence is suitable for stock and grain. There is also a
four feet v't in of coal underlying the farm, which has I,:eri
worked a little.
This excellent farm will he sold claape: than any tract
adjoining of a similar quality. Any one wishing to buy a
good farm on favoraMo terms, would do well to call and ex
amine. It is in a healty location and excellent neighbor
bond. convenient to good schuoliy churches, and mills.
For further -particnla's enquire of the sabocriber on the
premises. JOhN MILLER,
New Frani:En, Mark county, Ohio. jc3.3mw
JOHN S. SHAFFER'S
CARRIAGE & HARNESS REPOSITOR
INC<:aea. '7 zaamci 9,
Corner Diamond Alley 41:, Decatur Street,
Between the Diamond and Libeda Street,
Carriages stored, sold, and bought on coin
raisEion. Repairing done promptly. Parchasers from the
country will find a large assortment of
CARRRIAGES, 13IIGGIi3 AND HARNESS,
Which will please them, both as to quality and price.
,URESH. TEA, MORE NEW TEA- The
finest Tea of every name, grade and color. The sub
scriber has is store and arriving, a most extensive and
complete assortment of lea in chests, half chests and fami
ly boxes, all of which 13 offered at greatly reduced prices.
Jo= S. JAYNE?. 38 Fifth litTPet.
SCOO iba. Country Bacon;
12 kegs Packed Butt.r ;
75 bushels Bri k tit Dried Apples;
25 " " Peaches;
100 bruhela Red Potatoes;
tapSluedJag recaived and for sale by JAB. A. FETZER,
-11 Coiner 'Market a,d Second sta.
QUAD -10 bbls. No. 1 Baltimore Shatl,just
h., received and for sale by
• DicCANDLE2S, MEANS A CO.,
• e 2•2 ' Corner Wood and Water streeti.
ERRING-10 bbls. No. 1 Potomac Iler
ring, just received and for Bale by
LicCANDLES.S, MEANS dc CO.,
Garner Wool and Water streets.
N./ PrEGEed. Calm and Lever Copying PrMdeff, Lover
Screw and Spring Copyin Pr
g esses, eold b
W.H. G. JOHNSTON & 00.,
57 Wood street.
TRIED APPLES.-150 bus. choice liry
A ppic3, recelvcsi and for sale, by
..12.6. A. FETZER,
rne.e Motet find Drat strczta.
PHI] FRANKLIN ALMANAC , FOR 1859.
IL —This well-known and popular annual, formerly pub
lished by Johnston & Stockton. after a lapse of years, will
again shortly be issued. The circulations as formerly will
be made by Lie skillful mathematician, Sanford Q. Hill,
Esq., who will also prepare for its pages snob reading mat
ter as will make it an entertaining and instructive maga
zine. Besides the reliable astronomical calculations, a now
and ingenious table of time, an accurate method of drawing
meridian lines, and other matters of permanent value will
Orders of book sellers and other dealers are solicited In
advance of publication, as but one edition will be printed,
and orders will be tilled according to priority.
' tjyi. G. JOHNSTON & GO.,
' Publishers, Priotcra, Stationers, and Blank Book Makers,
G 7 Wood street,'Pitborgh jad.
. )54 00
. fr. 6 6',/,
VRENCII PAPER HANGINGS.—NOW
deigns andTgy beautifal—received by late arrivals,
la Belo by W. P. 'MARSHALL A; CO.,
rnr 26 Importers A 1.41 Dealers. FT Wood ctrl t.
180 boxes Primo W. EAtatbag Gheeee
" English Dairy
- Received and for sae by U4l HENRY S. COLLLYS
n BM:isNed Apples, for sale by
V• 7 BAG • • fAMr, COSOBAVE e CO,
_ . Nos. 18 and 20 Wood stroot.
TARIED APPLES--50 bushels Dried Ai
I_l pica, just received and for Sale by
MCCANDLESS, NIMANS 1k CO.,
Corner Wood and Water streets.
ale bBy. 20 bb i l o s u lmall B c 2e NE f . or
James A. Knox
llobe , t llobis,,u,
D. A Stewart,
J. E. Brown,
PITTSBURGH HOARD OF TRADE AND
!MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE ,
2 1 /YAW.
BRUHOT, Ist, . LSAIAH DICKEY, 2d.
thistnitace of Arbitration for June.
Y. It. BRUNCT, V. P.,
JOHN S. COS.GRAVE, J. B. CANYIKLD,
SAMUEL SIIRIVER, DAVID M'CANDLEES•
Reported Ezpretzly for Um Daily • Morning Past
FLOUR...The maiket COI:A.111MB the same. The sales
amount to 290 bble. 117.7.—Fr0m first hands : 75 bbls. super
fine at $5,87. From store: 215 btls. at $3,62. for superfine,
$4@4,25 for untra do., and $4,C0@4,6:1, $4,70 and $1,75 for
BUTTEII.:.A few barrels of Roll at 10c. cash.
BACON—Sales of 1000 Iba. Sides at OM, and 1000 the.
Hams at 934gi10c.
HAY... 20 loads.from scales at $lO to $ll, a alight detline
GRA1N...200 bash. Wheat from store sold at 75c4 Sal:2s of
500 bush. Oats from wharf at 36c., and '260 bash. abiliced to
Cincinnati at she same figures.
CHEESE...3II bozos W. It at 7©7%.
SALT...BO bbls. extra at $1,15 cash.
01L...10 bbls. Lard No. 1 at 85c.
WHISKY...SaIes of 20 bbls. rectified at 24@2c., and 15
bbls. do. at 23c. cash.
Per Steimer Nora Star.]
LIVEIOVOL, July 6.... The sales of Cotton for the past three
days have been 32,000 bales, including 4000 to epeculatois
Prices have advanced 1 3 ', the market closing Sim. Mom°
circulars say that the advance was almost lost, but the
market remained firm.
The Breadstuff market closed with an advancing ten
dency, and all qualitleshad slightly advanced. The weather
had been favorable for the crops.
Richardson, Spence k Co.'s circular reports Flour firm at
an advance of tkiatts; Philadelphia and Baltimore Flour
quoted at 22022 s 6d; Ohio at 23@245. Wheat is quoted at
6s Bd@6s 63; white at 6 s 3d@Oa 6d, and western at ds Od©
7a 6d. Corn firm at an advance of estl.gda for arida), which
is quoted at 33s 6d; for yellow the quotations are nominal at
Tb' Provision market is quiet. Beef quiet. Pork steady.
Bacon heavy; there being but little inquiry and prices
close Weak. Lard firm. Naval Stores; Rosin • firm; rll
qualities advanced; common 4.8 6d@is 3d. Turpentine
Produce.—Sugar steady. Coffee also steady. Rice firm.
Lemnos, July 6.-Coneola closed at 954659.5%.
The Manchester advicea coattail° favorable.
FUL&DELPOIA, July 20.—B1our held rather more firmly,
in consequence of the continued light supplies and the re
duced stock on hand; sales of 1000 bbla superfine at $4,21
for old s'ock, $5,07!,c05,51:4 fresh ground extra ranges from
$4,02% up to $4, the latter for fresh ground and extra
family at 5,25 to $5,75. There 13 no change in ltyo Flour or
Corn MeaL Wheat scarce; no demand; prices unchanged;
&ties of 1000 bush good old red at $1,05; some inferior at
75@$1, and white at $1,10©420. Rye wanted at 70c for
old and 60c for now. Corn scarce and wanted at f^rmer
quotations. Cots unchanged. Whisky scarce; sales of bble
at 25 1 A©,6c, hhde at 25c, and drndge at 240. In Groceries
and Provisions there is a steady trade doing, and fur the
latter prices are firmer.
New York Market.
NEW YORE July 20.—Cotton: 600 bales sold. Flour firm;
13,000 bbls sold. Wheat buoyant; 42,000 bus sold; Milwau
kee club 90@93c; Chicago spring 85c. Corn firm; 36,000 tits
sold. Pork firm at $16,90 for Mom, and $l4 for Primo. Ba
con firm at 8@8?-4,o for Shoulders, and for clear Sides.
Molasses steady; Muscovado at 2 , ®28c. Sagar firm; Mns
covado 6%@7 .1 1 2 m, Porto Rico .SX@S34c. CMTio steads; 3000
bags sold. Carolina Rico buoyant at 3 1 /1.3%'c. Linseed
Oil steady at 73@740. Lard Oil 76(aS0c. Western Elides
18e Tall 'w quiet. Frights on Cotton to Liverpool 7 32;
on Flour 2i; on Grain C3,4'(17.
Frew York Stock 151o.rket.
Nrw YORE, July 19.—Stocks dull, and lower, i a Cro.iee
and Milwaukee l; Mich. southern 2.2j , g; N. Central 853,4:;
Penn Coal 78; Milwaukee and Miasia,ipni 17! , ‘"; Cleveland
and Toledo 38; La Crosie land g.tauta 30/4.
Ouicz - NATI, July 20.—Fleur firm at $3,80 for superfine,
and s4@4 31 for extra. Whisky 20%e, but closed with a
better demand. Corn firm at 55©53c. Bed Wheat firm at
71©75e, and white 81e©$1. Oats are declining; Bales at 46
©43c. Provisions buoyant; salea 250 hhds Bacon Phouldera
at 6c, 50 hhdo Bacon Sides ut Bq all the common llama in
market were taken at B*. and Sc for plain and canvaaaed.
Mesa Pork held at $l6, with buyers at $15,50: Lard 103 c
for bbl. Grccories firm.
Os NERVOUS HEADACHE.—Rev. W. O. Howard,
Pastor of the Firat Baptist Church, at Chicago, Illi •
nuia, who has been a great sufferer from nervous headache,
but who h a experienced entire relief from it, by the use of
WILSON'S PILLS, iu a letter, dated Juno 18th, 1858, ad
dressed to Messrs Fahuestock & Davis, of Chicago, Illinois,
says :—" During the list twenty years, I have made 1199 of
a great variety of medicines prescribed by Allopathic and
Homanopathic•physicians, but all 1191.1) tailed; and I had re
linquished all hope of relief, until I was induced to resort
to WILSON'S PILLS. Those have effectually relieved me
in repeated instances of late, and I can cheerfully and con
sclentionely recommend them to others who are similarly
affected." This sovereign remedy is sold by B. L. 714bnc.-
e.c.z.k Co., cm-n=r of Wood and Fourth streets, Pittsburgh,
to whom orders for supplies shou'd be addressed. (4yl3:ec
SILERIFF.—The undersigned offers himself to the
Democracy ot Allegheny county, as a candidate for
Sheriff, subject to the decision of the Democratic Conven•
Upper St Clair.
CORONEII.--The undersigned otfers himself 813 a
candidate before the next Democratic Convention for
the office of Coroner, and asks the support of the De
mocracy (jell LENOX EEA.
Ei7COUNTY COMAIISSINERr-The friends of CHAS.
BRYSON, of West Doer township, will urgo his nomi
nation for the (Alice of County Commiselonor, before the
next Democratic Convention; suiject to the usages of the
The elegant side wheel, peas:sager packet
BUPERIOIt—Capt. RITAIOND J. Goad—will
..-- - c4" , t , '=Z leave Pittsburgh for Cincinnati, THIS
DAY, the 4th iron., at 12 o'clock, u.
For freight or passage apply rn board, or to
FLACK., BAHNISS A CO., Aped%
Through to Et. Louis in Rye days. This boat connects
with the mail line, and will go through in the time speci
fied. he will leave on Saturday. aP22
For Marlette and
The stk. mar EMMA GRAHAM, Capt. Molt
AYRES, will leave for the above and al
intermediate ports on every TUESDAY, a,
4 o'clock, P. M.
For fralgta or pc,saago apply on board
WILLIAM C. GALLAGHER,
Fifth Street, Next Marto the l'ittstnirgh 'lheatre
The house is new, bait eepeclally for the purposes of a
First Class Restaurant end Saloon, and the proprietor hay.
ing bad many years expsrlence in the business will keep
constantly on hand the best that the markets afford. File
Wines, Liquors and Ales, ara of the boat quality. lie wants
all his old friends and the public generally ta give him a
mil stubs Sympiesium. Ljelltly
N O. 65 MARKET STREET,
SELLING OFF AT A GREAT SAORIFICE,
Tu CLuSE OUT THE STOCK OP
Embroideries and Trimmings
To insure a ready sale, the undersigned will
SELL HIS ETOCE 'WITHOUT REGARD TO GOAT
And invites ths Ladian, as they will find grant
FARMERS LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
OWENP, M'PARLAND & CO.
Manufacture, and have at all times, for sale at their office
and warehouse, No. 127 LiIo:TIT street, and at their manu
factory, on the corner of robot alley and Duquesne Way,
Pittsburh Allen's Improved Beeper and Mower, which
stands unrivalled as a Harvester by any combined machine
now in toe or offered for sale.
Ist. Because of its simplicity, lightness of draught, and
freeness from clogging or clinking.
The driver on his seat, whoa mowing or reaping. is
enabled to mists thenutters in an instant, and pass over any
stone or other obstruction, and drop it again to Its former
°Eldon without stopping his team ; and also at the corners
of the field, by slightly raising the cutters, the machine
turns with as much care as an ordinary cart.
Bd. Th e 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
raker from much labor.:
6th. The horses are relieved from the usual weight of the
machine on their necks, by means of a wheel which sup
ports the forward end.
The Harvester possesses many other advantages, which
can be readily understood by any person examining the ma
chine, and can be used with or without a reel, as may be de
sired. Also, an iraprov ed grain drill, adapted to the drilling
of all kinds of seeds, together with farming implements
generally. They havoalso on hand and for sale 2LtWonso n's
Bolf.nrsker and Seymour 3 Morgan's Reaping Mrchitte,
which have rendered.ontire satisfaction to those who have
• bought and used them. All machinery 12bilaSary tar 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
aatiersction. We have a number of horse rakes on 'hand,
which will be gold at reasonable rates. • . •
urgb, Pa. CO
I. pS. HAVEN'S Fdastie--Steel_-Pens jxuat
•I . / volved, and Stir into nt the Stationery-840re,
je2t) Non. at, 89 and 85 Market - street. -
PlTtuanau, July 20. 186°
NO. 65 M ARK ET S.T.U.FIET
Between Third and Fourth streets
OOMPLYI2iG WITH TEM HHOENT REQUEST OF HUN.
DBMS OF TIME PATIENTS,
DRS. C. H. PITOBVIJD .1 . 1 W. SYEES
Have concln ed to remain
PERMANENTLY IN PITTSBURGH,
And may be consulted at their °Mae,
No. lel Penn street,
OPPOSITE ST. OLAIR HOTEL,
Daily, except Sundays, for OONSUM N , ASTUnta
BRoNGHITL9 and ALL ClAiiit t,IIIIONIO 0011FLANTS,
compbeezi.d %rich., or musing ulmoasry diemee, including
Catarrh, Heart Disease, Affections 'of,
Dyspepsia, Gastritis, Female Complaints,
buy. arfroli & GYSE9 wouli State that their treatment
of Cenqamption is based upon the fact that the disease mitts
in C) 4 olx)cl and sys/em at Large, both before and dariny its
demlopment in the lungs, and they therefoto employ Mechan
ical, fly gionic and Medical remedies to purify the blood and
strengthen the Ryden!. MTh these, they use MNDICAL IN
HALATIONS, which they value highly, but only as Faia
fives, (having no Curative effects when used alone,) and Inva
lids are earnestly cautioned against wasting the precious
tree of curability on any treatment based upon the pliant
ble, but false idea that the "sent of the disease can be reached
In CO direct manner by Inhalatioa," for, ea before stated, the
seat of the disease it in the blood and its effects only In the
Zul- No charge for conaultatian.
A list of questions will be lions to those wishing to consult
us by letter. mt29:daw
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.—,If.t. the
time approachen for the , 3.,L!1113D.:,11/Ll-1 for the
fill election, the Damccrata are looking about f7r imitable
candidates to ;lam upon their ticket.
Allow ma to suggeat the following for their coceid
oration. There to not a gentlemen name.l, who to not a
thorough national Democrat:
( Osult a.
HON. CHARLES SHALER, CiLy
ti 55,1 2 1.
HON. WILLIAM WILECEqB, Poub'es
JOHN M. IRWIN, City,
THOMAS S. HARP, India•ia,
JOEL KETCHUM, Elisabeth,
HUOII LARFERTY, Baldwia,
WILLIAM McLARE, North krayollo
NI MIFF :
I; A RN ES FORD, lower B>, Clair
J .11N BIIsIOGINSIIA.M, Ohio
COUNIT 01131E-110NER :
T a9ni AS FAIL Lk2,Y, A Ileghnuy
JOHN IhiORRAY, South Pittoburgt
WILLIAM AL'e.XANDEit, City
RECA PIT ULATION
WEST 0? THE ALLEGHENY 3
EOUTLI OF TILE INIONuNGALIBLA. 4
OFFICF OF PITTSBURGH 0 A.S CO., }
12th July, 1653.
DIVIDEND.—THE T3USTEEB Oil THE MTS.
BURUII GAS COMPANY have this day declared a
dividend of NNE PER CENT. on the Capital tltcck of tae
Company, payable on demand to Stockholder ; or their legal
representatives, at their ou Smithfield street.
,013:2w JANIE M. CHRISTY, Treasnrer.
MASONIC FUND S'RNETY.—There will be a
meeting of the Stockholders of the Masonic Fund
Society, at the Hail, Fifth street, on TUE -,DAY EVENING,
July 20th, at 7 o'clock, to consider a proposition to lease
the Concert Ito.ou A ftel attvudance of the Stockholders
in desirable, os the Trustees are unwilliut: to take the re,
spon.lbility upon themselves. By order of the Ward.
NOTICO—TOE INTEIiEt , T COUPuNS of the
Ben of Lawrence County, issued to the PITTS
BURGII AND ERLii RAILROAD COMPANY, due July,
1868 will be paid nt the office of W. II WILLIAMS & 00.,
Pittsburgh, Pa. The change In place of payment le made
in consequence of the failure of the Ohio Life Ir.enrance
and Trutt Company, New York, where the 0)11Pons are
payable By order of
• 3 Till: COMMISSIONERS.
NEW ICE CREAM SALOON
AND LADIES' RESTAURANT,
2i FIFTH STREET.
The enbecribor has Rased, and fitted up several commodi
ous roams, nearly opposite the Exchange Rank, on Fifth
street, which are now open for the Summer Season. La•
dies and gentlemen can always find an abundant supply of
FRESH CONFECTIONARY, FRU .TS, ICE CREAM,
WATER ICES, and all the refroshmentsof the season. All
are respectfully requested to Yid: the rooms, and test for
themselves. (010) hL MotIINLEY.
ONLY $750 for a Dwelling House of four
rooms, a large Lot cf ground, fruit trees, eta., pleas
antly situated id South Pittsburgh, on the point of Mount
Washington, immediatly opposite Smithfield street, will be
sold on easy terms, by S. CUTHBERT EON,
Jy 13 51 Msrtot street
VARIETY I—A Farm of 40 acres; one of 12
acres; one of 302 acres; Buildleg Lute, price $lOO, pay
able in sums of $2 a week. Dwelling Honsas in Pittsburgh,
Allegheny, South Pit'sburgh, and Si mut Washington - '
pleasant residence iu hewickly; S Lots In linden, for sale by
jyl3 B. CUTHIMBIT .t SON, 51Mazket it.
TUE BEST ASSORTMENT OF
HUNTING ACCOUTIIXIIENTS, &c.
In the city is at
CARTWRIGHT & YOUNG'S,
TURE PORT WINE, for medicinal pur
poeee, by the bottle or gallon, at ..
HAWORTH k BROWNLItI'S,
e 6 In the Diamond..
A..DWELLING HOUSE cn Third street
for rent. B. CUTHBERT .3: SON,
4.3 61 ;Atoka street.
NATooD STREET PROPERTY FOR
SALE.—An undivided third part of that valuable
property, situate at the corner of Sixth and Wood streets,
baiting 1.30 feet front on Wood by 60 deep on Sixth street.
One-third of the above will be sold for $9,000. One-half in
hand—balance at one, two and three yeare.
S. COTIIIIERT & SON,
• 1 .61 Market street.
IaTARCII-100 bx 9. MeC
Lv Extra Starch, for sale by
1830 Pi. H. SMITH & CO.
FOR RENT—A large Dwelling House an
Store, on Grant stroot. S. CUTHBERT SON,
1,y26 51 Market street.
kIRESH. FIGS-500 drums just received an
for sale by 111.1Y11E1i & ANDEaSON,
3P Wrod 9trGtt.
UPERIOR BLANK BOOKS—Ledgers,
13 Jouruels, Cash Books, and Day Books. A largo sup
ply on hand, made in the most superior manner of the finest
quality of paper, especially for city orders. Blank Books
made to order, ruled to any &con pattern.
je2.B WM. G. JOQNcTON• it CO., ,7 Wr.nd et.
lIERWENG.-50 bbls Herring fur sale by
Je3o EL 11. COLLINS
'Y TOPS-100 various patterns
for sale, by je3o J HENRY 11. CiI,LINS.
JJOSPITAL StIEETING-Of all widths
and of the best quality, for sale at the India Rubber
Depot, 26 and 28 St. Clair street•
i s RY APPLE S-100 bush., for Balo by
w• j4O HENRY H. COLLINS.
- - _
JUST received another assortment of BOOTS
and SHOES, consisting of Ladles' Heel Boots anal Slip
pers,Geot's, Boys's Youth's, and a large variety of Chil
dren a Fancy Shoes. Please give 114 a call, at the Cheap
Cash Store of JJSEPII IL BORLAND,
jelo 93 Market street. second door from Filth.
TOOL WAN TED
-100,00 ita. Wool Wanted at highest cash
111TCH.COOK, I,I'ORBERY & CO.,
122 Second streeLand 151 Front
100 BBLS. N B - . AG C ALEy
C. TAR, : for sale by
0084 RAVE &
Nos. 18 and 2) Wood atre-t
GUM DROPS-2000 lbs. Lemon, Orange,
Vanilla, Rose, Was - berry, Pine Apple and Banana
Flavors, for sale by REYDIER & n ANDERSON,
$39 t 500 LAVITRENCEV I LT.E PRO
e7 FOE SALE—A two story
brick helve) of hall, good collar, wash house, stable, carriage
horse, coal house, etc., choice fruit trees, apple, pear, Own,
cherry and quince. Great variety of flowers and shrubbery.
The lot has u front of 83 feet on Ewalt atreet by 1.10 deep
to Chesnut street. Torras easy.
je2B 8. OUTIIBEET A 80N, 61 Market M.
WOOL WANTED—The highest market
price paid fur farmers wool by
J , AMES A. FETZIIR,
Corner Market and Finn streets
fiIARRIAGES, HATS AND CAPS,FUR
NITURE OR QUEEN/3 WARE wanted exc hange for
two Building Lots, each 24 by 104 feet, Filtrltte iu the Seventh
Ward. B. CUTUBERT
em II t-01.
DELIVERED EVERY MORNING.-
Fornoy's Press, Public Ledger, N. Y. Times, Herald
and Tribune, and the Cincinnati Commercial, are delivered
in every part of the city. Trade supplied by leaving your
address at HUNT & MINER,
jel2 Masonic Hal
10 b"1.5. White Beam;
0 " Mess Pork, fur f ale by
W. H. SMITH tr. CO
-L.,ESIEABLE P ROPE,RTY FOR SALE-
A Dwelling House and tali largo lots, with good im
provements. immediate pessession. Price, slB^o.
A Farm of 303 acres, 40 improved, all prime lard one
mile from Payette Springs. Price, $6 per acre.
A valuable property at lawronceyille' in complete order,
good location, immediate possession—s3soo.
A section of choios land in Franklin county, lowa, in
good lecation—s2,so per acre. 9. ODPHBEHT dr. SON,
51 Mark - et street.
10ItYE.- 1 2 5 bush Rye for sale by
JAS. A. FETZER,
- 81 rW
• Corner Market and First streets.
ARE FISH-15 whole bbls. Lake Supe
rior White Fish just received and for salFe
JAB. A. ZEII,
Corner Market and First streets.
pOINT BOX FAY.-
Manntlnttnre to order, BOXES imitable for Soap and Candles,
Etardware and Variety Goods, eto., eto.
Va,. Orden , promptly fined.
QOAPS.—A large Evply; , of Low's well
known Brown Windsor ECON . m ast, received Aims
Haney, Palm , Lettuce, Nymph m, Lett and ot h er fancy soaps con.
stantay on band at - JOB. FLEMING , I3,
.197 Oorner Diamond and Market street.
r - AWMI7 7 4. 1 P-• • •
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1 1 • •
• J. & GROUTT,
BRANDIES, GINS, WINES, ETC.,
FINE OLD MONONGAREI A RYE WHISKY, PEACH
AND APPLE BRANDY. ALSO,
RECTIFIERS AN D DISTILLERS,
Corner of Smithfield and Front Streets,
apl4l PPPTSBUROIL PA.
S. B. & C. P. MARKLE,
PRINTING, JOB, AND ALL RINDS OF WRAPPING
I =3) rell. 2E 2° 30 lEg.
Warehouse, No. 27 Wood Street,
tS. Rags bought at market prices. - ___ myB
J OHN MOORIIEAD has removed to
No. 71 Water street, below Market
THI Sets 02
PIC ral ETAL AHD BLOOMS,
NO. 74 WATER STREET, BEL'IW MARKET,
=l9 PITTSBURGLf, PA
NTISBURGIE STEEL %VOILES.
LAO JONES JllO. L. BOYD Wll. MeOULLOUUI.I
JONES, BOYD & CO.
- CAST STEEL.
SPRING, PLOW AND A. B. STEEL,
SPRINGS AND AXLES.
Comer Rosa siv.d FlLret Stroota,
jy26 PITTSBURGH, PA.
MOORHEAD & CO.,
American / Mkt Comigatod,
GALVANIZED SHEET IRON,
For Roofing, Guttering, Spouting, .1:143.
AGENTS FOR WOOD'S PATENT
IMITATION RUSSIA SHE :T IRON.
Warehouze, No. 130 First otrect,
mr26:ly-is • PITTSBURGH, PA.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 87 DIAMOND-ALLEY,
Near Wood atroot,
Alwayt on hand, Blackberry, Cherry, and C...zu - so
Eraudiem, Old llonongc,,llula and lt,t..;Lifled WIlAk v. yl
It T Franc is G. Bail•ly, N.V. William Dilworth, Sr.,
Cuthbert Sou, Pittsburgh; Boyd & Ott, Lieiskell
wesringen,S. Brady, Cu.)'. Bank. List &
Mangle C, Georgo W. Andereon, Donlo %. Paxton ik Co.
• - -
AMUEL FAIINESTOCK, No. 74 WOOD
101 street, Pittsburgh, has on hand a largo
STOOK OF HARDWARE,
Which ho will sell very low for CASH. In addition to his
Locks, hinges, Knives and Yorke, and Sp(Tons, and a large
assortment of )arpenter's Tools ' he has receivt,d a large sup
ply of Eantuago Cutters andStnffers
Shovels Tongues and l'okera ;
Sleigh Bells, and linameltd
ATTOLNIII" AT LAW AND CONVI/A.Neha.
0171 VI ViTLEI U. EIIPLIDUF:I,
W M. W.
WIIOLEME AND RZTAIL
FIRST PREMIUM READY 'JADE LINEN
DRESS STOCK MANUFACTORY;
NO. 606 ARCH STREET,
Silk, Merino and Cotton Under Shirts and Drawers, Cra
vats, Scarfs. Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Eta., Dressing Gowns,
Shirts, Wrappers, and Dries Stocks made to order by meas
urement, and warranted to give satisfaction. Jol:lyd
No. 6G Wool) street.
J. a IL. PHILLIPS
D. It. Et 0 (14 Et SA. CO. ,
ROGEltf3' lIIPPLOVED PATENT
STEEL CULTIVATOR TEETII,
COBSDr. R 099 AIM FIRST STIIIIIITH,
VILLIA_M CLAYTON & CO.,
JADES A. IFETZ-pia,
orwarding and Conimicsion Merchant
FOE TI BALII OP
our, Grain, Bacon, Lard, Bulter, Seeds, Dried Frei
and Produce generally,
Corner of Elarker, and First otrecls.
L. C. lIMPEICII.N,
E. P. MIDDLETON &
WINES, BRANDIES, &C.,
ALSO DEALERS 1N
FINE OLD WHISKY'S,
NO. 5, NORTH FRONT STREET,
jahlyd PiilL ADEL PliIA•
- GO AID SEE
GgORGE P. WERTZ'S
First Premium Mid 'Factory,
OORNfft THIRD AND MARKET STS., PITTSBURGH.
THOSE WISHING TO FURNISH THEIR
House with VENITIAN BLINDS, of the meet exqui
site and elaborate finish, will Had it to their interests to give
me a call before parchasing elsewhere. My work is got up
by the best mechanics (uot apprentices.) Every attention!)
given to the wants of ctuitomers. Prices low. All work
warranted. N 0.72 THIRD Street. Pittsburgh. rrevBGyin
DAVID H. WILLIAMS,
(IIVIL ENGINEER AND CONTRACTOR
J FOR THE ERECTION OF GAS WORIIB, for tram five
winters and upwardn, and for Heating Buildinga, public or
private, by Ream, Hot Water or Furnaces.
myEalyis PiTMELIEGH. pa.
CARTWRIGIIT for YOUNG,
(Successors to John aaturright,)
ykrANUFACTITRERS AND IMPORTERS
1. of Pocket and Table Cutlery, gurgle A and aul Den
tal Instruments, Guns, Pistols, Fishing Tackls, etc., No, SC
Wood greet, They give special attontiou the uinufactur.
T. Supporters, eto. Jobbing and Repairing
itn :factuality and despatch. apl7
(81/001.890119 TO 11UPF7.IA14, M'CR.SELLY fr: C 0.,)
L'ORWARDING AND COMMISSION
AIPRCLIANTS, Wholesale Peelers in Produce, flour
and Wool, No. 114 Second - street, Pittsburgh, Ps.
Joseph E. MM.", St. Lords;
Pittsburgh; Fenton Bros.,
FL Child , & Co., Cornell & Dorsey, Baltimore;
Bagalev, Ooagrave A Co., " Garret & Flartin,Plaactelphia;
NicCandloss, Means & 00., " James, 'Kent, Santee A CO'.."
G. W. Smith, & Co., " Weaver A Graham,
Geo. la. &L. Hord, Cincinnati Keene, Sterling & Ca, 4 "
A. B. /Ns:lton & Broe., " Yard, Gilmore A Co.,
OR& C. WEST & CO., ce:01
OOKAWAYB, WIGGLES, SULEITES AND SLIIIPHE
Nu. 197 Penn street, PITTSBURGH, PA
air All work warranted to be of the best matertala and
workmaztrhip. m a ter al
McGE E & Co
Dealers In Ready Made Clothing and Gentletuea's Furnish
ing Goods, corner of Federal street and litiu - ket 9qttare Alla
ghony City, Pa. jel2:ly
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kRBLE! M ARBLE
OEI ditt ore C 01l I? (.4)
HAS A BEADVIIIIL BSLECTION Or
MONUMENTS 9 GRAVE STONES,
Ponds, Sic., &C.
Slao public sre ruipeztfally invited to ermine. our Etock.
Prima low, mid work wattented.
r/i•?-1a ttfl tYWRIV97 PITRE,gr.
ROBrat DAIZILI. 7
OBERT DALZELL & CO., Wholesale
Grocera, COMMI39iOII and Forwarding Merchants and
.I}-2alers in Produce and Pittabargh Manufactures, No. 261
Liberty street. PiAtbrich. P.. noirav•
FURNITURE FOR CASH.
A full assortment of
pitt A brirgh manufactured FURNITURE, embracing
And every article needed in a well furnished dwelling, as
well ea spledid assortment of
Conan:llly on hand and made to order. As the only terms
on which business is done at this establishment is fdr 0.. k BEI.
price, are made accordingly. Persons in want of anything
in thciabove line, would be advantaged by calling St
FAOKINER. A IIiWIN'S,-
No. 103 ihnithilsld street, teloW Fifth.
J. D. VACCINE%
• dna, TAME. - art v
NRRY IRON.-813 tone, for sale bi
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3.<i ~:ar~T n il. r - -, e..Y~.
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Tonic, Cathartic, and Anti-Dyspeptic
B. L. FAHNESTOCK & CO.,
No. 60 corner of Wood and Fourth Streets,
xn A S AN EFFICIENT, safe and convenient
tonic, cathartic and antklyspeptio medicine, these
Pills are recommended to the public by the former propri
etor,(Dß. WILSON,) with a confidence such as a long con.
tined and careful trial of them in an ample practice war
rants. In their operation as "a cathartic, they influence
more the motory and less ihe secerning power of the bowels
than any other combination in Common use.
AS A TONIC—They agr,u wi debility fromelicate stomach, removing nausea, pain, mid ihat organ,
and through it impart tone and vigor to the whole system.
AS AN ANTI-DYSPEPTIC—They neutralise and inter
rupt the formation of acids, check fermentation, and pre.'
vent the elimination of gases from 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 play
expect a free, fall and natural evacuation of the boivels,
without pain, nausea, local or general debility, or that die
gusting sickness or costiveness—the usual effects which at
tend or follow the use of other purges.
Extract X. Plirnsworth cE Ch., Druggists,
Memphis, Tennessee, January 7,1858. . -
Aissrus. B. L. rkiIICKETOCE. & CO.—WO ware the fret to in.
croduce Dr. B. Adams Wilson's nits here many years ago.
They were the beet Pill ever in this market. We nee no
other in our own families, and secured for them a high
tbaracter by our recommendations. Yours, truly,
11. F. FARNESWOILTH it 00.
Eziracf of a letter from a W. Irwin, Nashville, Tennessee,
February lb. 1858. .;
MESSRS. B. L. FAHNESTOOK. a CO —Daar Sir: I have seen
Dr. It. A. Wilson's Pills used for the ague with good effect;
have used then myself, and Idiom them !to be the beat
Pill in use I have no doubt they will cure many other
complaints when properly used, and I cheerfully recommend
them to the public. Respectfully, yours,
R. W. /WIN.
Frost Cbtone2 Wm. Hopkins, late Oana/ ammitrioner.
Virssumarox, Pa. January B,lssB—Dear; Doctor : I have
been using your " Anti-Dyspeptio" Pills, Whin occasioned
required, for many years, and can tnathfrillr 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 me from headache, and have always left
my system in better condition they found it. I must confi
dently recommend your Pills as a safe and highly valuable
medicine. Very respectfully, etc.,
DE. R. Ane►te Wiesen. WM HOPSJNB.
Prom Thos. Black :more, .04., Treasure. rof Allegheny Co n Pa.
To *.aqi.. A. Wusert.—llear Sir : I have been using your
Pills since 1840, and do decidedly say they are the beat Pill
in use, or tlmt I have any knowledge of. I first used them
far "Dick headache," with which I suffered beyond descrip
tion ; I km happy to any, that they entirelycured me. Since
then I us. them as a family medicine : it lam bilious, or
anything ails me, and I require medio'ne, I take a Pilloind
it cores me; they are my only medicine, and have been for
the last seventeen years. THOS. BLAORMORE
January 8, 1558
/Isar Dr. Keyser.
MESSGS. B. L. PiEnstsvogite Co—l have had considerable
experience in the use of the extraordinary Pill compounded
by Dr. .13. Adams Wilson, of which ri are now the propri
etors, and have often felt their benign influence it my own
case for "nervous headache," arising from a disordered con•
dition of the stomach. I have likewise proscribed them for
others, in cases of .‘ hemicranle" and other forms of head
ache depending on a deranged and irritable condition of the
stomach and digestive organs, cf which they seem peculiar
ly adapted, being entirely free from any griping tendency.
I regard them as a vary valuable Pill, and ono that purges
without at all Cebilit.sing Yours truly,
GEO. IL KEYSER, 140 Wood street.
Pitteburgh, March 6,1868 jytlydew
xi ...„, THE' GREATEST
i- •A - ~: ~
t 0 ,
•,\ DISC O - ', „
OF TEE AGE.
R.EINNEDY, of Roxbury, has disuov
Pa. or:,:ir, one of our common paaturo von& o remedy
that my'' ,
Every kind of Rumor,
PROS THE WOILST SCROD:LILA DOWN TO A COMMON
Ho has tried it in over olcvon hundred eases, and never
tailed except in two cases, (both thunder humor.) has
cow in his posseetion over one hundred certificates of lts .
cgue, all within twenty miles of Benton.
Two bottles are warranted to cars a nursing sore mouth.
One to three bottled will cure the worst kind of Pimples
on the face.
Two or three bottles will clear the system of biles.
Two bottled are warranted to core the worst canker in the
month or stomach.
Three to five bottles are warranted to cure the worst hind
of •• - yelpea.as.
0 c to two bottles are warranted to curo all humor Nthe
Two bottles aro warranted to cararanning of the ears and
blotches among the hair.
Your to six bottles are warranted to care corrupt and
One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the akin.
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the worirtkind
Two or throe bottles are warranted to cure the moat des
perete case of rhetunatimm.
Three to four bottles are warranted to cure salt-Rheum.
Five to eight bottles will care the wont case of scrofula.
A. benefit in always experienced from the first bottle, and
a perfect cure 19 warranted when theßO abovXl illße quantity is taken.
Ds,t.a I.l..wax,—The reputation of the Medical Discovery,
in curing all kind of humors, is so well established by the
1111 , 11AMOILS voice of all who have over used it, that I need
not say anything on the subject, as the most skilful physl•
clans and the most careful Druggists in the country are un•
animous 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 en
fortnnatoly so liable. That most excruciating disease to an
NURSING SORE MOlrra,
Is cored 11E4 if by a miracle; your own temper is restored 61
, ti natural sweetness, and your babe from short and fretful
naps to calm and sweet slumbers ; and the Medical Discoye
ry becomes a fountain of blessing to your husband mad
In the moro adranocd staged of
it orlon& to the stomach, causing
virbieh is nothing but clinker or the stem tt; then to the
creating s sinking, gone icollng, &Edon indifferenco oven to
the ET-rotS of ye-a: f.F.111).
Yonr stonch fa
RAW AND INFLAMED,
your rood dlatresaas you, and you can only take certain
kinds, and oven of that your system does not get half the
non rieh mo nt it contains as the scrimonous fluid of the canker
eats it up; then your complexion loses ite, bloom and be•
cameo sallow or greenish, and your best day is gone. For
want of nourishment your system becomes locos and flabby,
and the fibres of yonr body become relaxed. Then follow a
train of diseases which the Medical Discovery is peculiarly
Palpitation of the heart, pain in the elide, weakness of the
spine and email of the back, pain of the hip Joint when you
retire, irregularity of the bora+, and aleo, that most =eru
ctating of dizezeei, the
Irow many thomanda of poor women are suffering from
this disease and pining away a miserable life, and their next
door neishbor doea not know the canoe. I vish to impress
co your mind that good old proverb, "An ounce of proven•
lion is better than a ound of cure." In the
you have both the nreventntive and the cure, with this grrAt
and good quality, diet it will never, under anycircumstuncss,
do yon any injury.
Na change of diet ever neoessary—eat the best you can get
and enough of it.
DIRLITION. ron usa—Adults ono table spoonful per day—.
Children over ten yeses dessert spoonfal—Chfldreii from five
to eight years, tea spoonful. As no directions can be appli•
cable;:to all constitutions, lake sufficient to operate on the
towels twice a day. Yours truly,
DONALD ILMTN - LIDY.
Price $l,OO per bottle. For wale r. by
D 61E0. E. KAYSEII,
No 149 Wood street. Pittsburgh. „Pu.
DR. R. A. WILSON'S
PaEPARED AND SOLD BY
i>IDYF Y 6,
A BEAUTIFUL HEAD
RICH GLOSSY HAIR,
TO THE GREATEST AGE.
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 but would have it
removed, or troubled with scrofula, scald head or other
eruptions. but would bo cared, or with sick headache,
(nenralgia,) but would be cured. It will also remove all
pimples 'rum the face and akin. Prof Wood's Halt Reitc
retim will do all this, a.o circular and the following:
Ass ARBOR, November 5,185 G.
Poor. 0..1. Weed—Dear Sir :—I have heard much said of
die wonderful effects of your Hair Restorative, but haviug
boon eo often ctinamd by quackery and quack nostrums,
hair dyes, .Icc., I was disposed to place your Restorative in
the same category with the thousand and one loudly tram- •
ptaed quack remedies, until I met you in Lawrence county
some mouth. , since, when you gave me such assurance as
induced the trial of your Restorative in my fernily—thla liy
my good wife, whose hair had become very thin and en
trely white, and before exhausting one of your large bot
tles, her hair was restored newly to its original beautiful,
brown color, and had thickened and become beautiful and
glossy upon, and - entirely over the head; the continues" to
use it s not simply because of its beautifying effects up*
the hair, but because of its healthful influence upon the
heed and mind. Others of my family and friends arousing
your Restorative, with the happiest effects herefore, my
skepticism and doubts in reference 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 'whhe or gray (by rea
son of sickness or age,) to original color and. beauty, end by
all young persons wno would have their hadr beautiful and
glossy. Very truly and gratefully yours.
• SOLOMON MANN.
Fatima Wool): It was a long time after I saw you at
Blissfield 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 on Mrs. M'ann'a hair, as the
surest test of its power. It boa done all that you assured
me it would do; and - others of ray family and. friends,
having witnessed its effects, aronow using and recommend
ing its use to others as entitledto the highest consideration
you claim for It..
Again, very respectfully and truly, yours,',
--- SOLOMON MANN.
Osattlx, - El., Juno 28,185 2 2.
I have used Prot O.J. Wood's Hair Restorative and bavo
admired its wonderful effects. My hair was becoming, as I
thought, pramatureiy gray, but by _the use of his Restora
tive it has resumed its original color, and, I have no doubt„
permanently so. -- - B. DRYERS. exeSenatOr, H. S.
0. T. WOOD 1 CO., Proprietors, 812. Broadvay, N. Y., (in
the great N. Y.Wire Batablialuxiaot)aidllt Market
Bold byDlt; (WA: H. 813711 Mt, No. 140 Wocksi st n . -
1413mdalw lad sold by 01 good "Ingest& •
'-'41. 1 : : - :•ri::•"I' 61 ..WW" -4 *Oti , 14 . 110P'XA.7*4* . 0 . 4 t.,
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NEW DAGUERREAN AND AIM3ROMI4
SEY AND ,71:DE-LIGET
G ALLIER Y,
BEITII STREET, DUMBLY OPMPITSI TIIH POSZCIPPICX.
tn. I'D:STURM taken in 41 the various iityles, in an
weather, and warranted to please, at reasonable rate*.
ta. Bich or deceased percom taken at their realdenoei
R. M. CARGO & CO.,
Photographers and AnabrotypistS,
NEW YORK GALL . ItY,,
cor. of Market area and Diamond, Pittolyargt
PRIORS TO SUIT ALL. tayl9:tf-4
Ann A BEAUTIFUL AND DURABLE PICTURR
WARRANTLIVCAN BE HAD AS LOW
AS AT ANY FIRZT CLASS ESTABLISHMENT
IN THE COUNTRY, AT
I.IOTOGRAPHY.-TIIIS ART 11AS BEEN
brought to such perfection that pictures taken by this
process haye been pronounced perfect by the scientific
world. They can'he had in all their beauty and artistic
elegance, at WALL'BA.torriar. GALLERY, on Fourth street,„
Jnes' Building. ' -
Removed to . .2rtlfth Street.
CARGO & CO.'S PIIOTOGItAREEIO AND
A3IBBOTYPE NALLEBY has been - rednoved front ,
16 Fourth street, to No. 21 Fifth street, near Market.
Theso rooms havin„,- been built especially for the pmevose,-.
with throe large lighti, are not surpassed in the city to.. •
comfort, convenience and excellence in arrangement.
Ziff' Our old friends and patrons. and those wishing tat.
parlor likenesses, are invited to call. ta. Deception Boom
and Specimens cn the ground floor.
AILY SALES AT NO J 54 FIFTH ST-,
At the uow Commercial Ea ',oonts, No. 54, Fifth
street, every weep day, are held pub& /Bled of goods in all -
variety, suited for the trade and ceuanmenr, from'a large,
stock which is constantly replenished with fresh consign-.,
manta, that must be closed forthwith.
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. U.,
Dry Goods and fancy" articles, comprising nearly everything
needed in the lino for personal and family MO' ' table cut
lery; hardware; clothing; boots and shoos; ladies - ware,
ttc. AT 2 O'OLOCII, P. M.,
Household and kitchen furniture, new and second-hand;
bade and bedding; carpets; elegant iron atone Ohina ware;
stoves; cooking utensils; groceries, &c.,
AT 7 O'CLOOK, P. M.,
Fancy articles; watches; clocks; jectolry; musical bairn.
moats; guns; clothing; dry goods; boots and shoos. book ' -
stationery, &c. (seBl P. M. DAVI:3, Aucts
BAROUCHE, BVGGIES AND CHAISE,
AT AUCTION—On WEDNESDAY MORNING, July
21st, at la o'clock, et the Commercial Bales Rooms, 64 Fifth
street, will bo sold, olio .%wo seat ilaronclie;•one top and one
open Baggy, and one Rockaway Carriage; one two wheeled
Yankee Maine. (jyl7) P. rd. DAVIS, Auer.
11111.1)R1N'S CARRIAGES.—On WED
NESDAY MORNING, July 2let, at 11 o'clock, will
be .oi - a at the Commercial Sales Room, No. 64 Fifth street
O•ie New York Chaise; •
Cue Lady tva,hingtuu Buggy;
Ono Plain D_zuble Chaise•
BELVER PLATED WARE, AT AUCTION.
On THUSDAY MORNING, July 22d, at 10 o'clock,
will be sold, on the second hoer of the New Auction Rooms,
54 Fifth street, an extensive and rich variety of Silver Plat.
ed Ware, all which is of the best workmanship, and after
the latest end most elegant designs. 'the essortment nom
prises every article of :Alva Plated Ware for table nse,ench
es Full Tea Sow, of plain sod chased patterns; 4 and 6 bot
tled Castors; Coffee Urns, Superb Ice Pitchers, Vegetable
Dishes, Tay 8 ts, Bettor Diabe., Salt Stands, Table and Tea
Spoons, Goblote, Cape, etc. As the sale is positive, without
regard to prices, It will be found particularly worthy of at
notion. The Ware will be arranged for exarainagOn OD.
Wttinf..ithy. 0719) P. M. DAVIS, Anct'r.
LARGE AND PEREhiPTORY SALE OF
DRY 00011 i, BY ORDER oir ASSIONEES--Will
be sold, at the Commercial Salo Rooms, No. 54 Fifth street,
commencing W.EDNEaDAY MORNING, July 21st, sit 10
o'clock, and continuing each day until the entire stock be
disposed of:* a large quitethy of assorted Dry Goods, includ
ing Satinets, Cassino:rev, Cloths, English Velveteens, Prints,
Bleached Muslims, Lawns, Detainee, Cottonades, Jeans, etc.,
to which we invite the sAteutlon of the trade and consumers.
jy2o P. M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
pAWNIIROKER'S SALE of CLOTHING
On FLIDAY, July 2.3 J, at 10 o'clock and. 2 o'clock,
will be sold, at the New Auction Rooms, No; 54 Fifth street,
by order of Eastern Pawnbrokers, a large variety of Cloth.
ing, in good condition, which comprises a general assort•
ment of Ladies' and Men's wear; such as fine Dresses, Matf
tilla,, Shawls, Capee, Cloth Coate, Cassimere Pants, Vests*.
Iy2o P. M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
JOkIN W. M'CATI,THY,
m A sT riE u r sl l o o f
BILLS FOR CONOED.TE LECTUBEB, EXHIBITIONS,
611 communlcatione—either by baail l telegraph, of other•
wino -directed to the office of the Montag Poet, will receive
promp; attertion ogT
STONE & 00.
GLASS PATENTED .
For preserving all lands of Froah Fruits, Vegetables, Mince
Meats, Oysters, and all such perishable articles manulac.
tnred and for eel° by OUNINCIIiAIIB it CO, Nos. 109
WATER and 140 FIRST STREETS, Pittsburgh, Fa.
xar- The main secret of preserving fruit - in a fresh condi
tion, consists in having it thoroughly boated when sealed
up, and in expelling all the air there may may be in the
vessel, an that when the fruit cools, it will form a vacuum.
The undersigned having procured the right to mantilla
tare these Jars, respectfully call the attention of dealers
and others to them.
The great superiority of GLA.93 over any other substance
for the preservati an of fruits, etc., etc. Is so well known,
that any comments open it are entirely unnecessary, and
the proprietors feel confident that any one, after having
once seen these Jars, wilLnever be induced. to use any other.
For sale wholesale and retail by
lit the matter of the Petition of certain In the Comte
citizens of the Fourth Ward, Pitta- Quarter sessions,
burgh, to vacate a certain alley near of All eghe y
the corner of Penn and Irwin streets. county.
And now, Juno 9th,1858, tho Court grant n nllO on- all
parties interested to be end appear in open Court, on Satur
day, the 10th day of July nort to show cause, If any- they
have, why the alley in said petition described, viz: an alley
ten feet in width, leading from Scott's alley to Irwin street,
over the ground of Thomas Scott,should not bo vacated, 7-1
From the record.
Jel7:2ta-w-4w 'I . IIOIIAS A. ROWLEY, Clerk.
LAKE SUPEIIIOII COPPER - MILL
PARK, ,1 'CURDY & CO.,
- UFACTUE,ERS OF - SHEATHING,
Braziers' and Bolt Copper, Pressed Copper Bottoms !
liaised Still Bottoms, Spelter Solder, Lc , also importers and
dealers in Metals, Tin Plate, Shoot Iron, Wire, Am. Constantly
on hand, Tinmen's Machines and Tools. Warehouse, No. 149
First, and 120 Second street, Pittsborgb, Pa. Special orderif
of Copper cut to any desired pattern. inyahlydeiw""
ILITARY • ENCAMPMENT
STATE OF FENNSTIVAIVIA.
Harrisburg, June 8,1858.
It is hereby ordered, that a "Camp of Instruction" be .
held at Williamsport, Lycoming county, Pennsylvania, the
present year, and' the Adjutant General of the Common.
wealth is directed to fir the time thereof L-to take charge of
the arrangemonts—to attend in person, and to Issue the
necessary orders to the Oenerni Staff, and other Military
cffiaers of the Commonwealth in-relition to the, same.
WM. P. PACKPII, Commander.lwalef.
ADJUTANT thiTTZI.AL'S 0PY102,,
Harrisburg, June E, 1858,
In obedience to .the above order from Head•Quarterai a
" Camp of Instruction" rid be held at Williamsport, Lye
coming county, Pennsylvania, commencing at 12 14., on'
Tuesdayrtbe 7th day . of September,
To continue until BATHE:DAY, the 11th day of saldraonth,
at 12 u, of said day, to be called-Camp "Susquehanna."
I. This Encampment is intended to include tho.4tliiform,
ed companies throughout the State, who are earnestly ro•
quested to bo in prompt attendance. - -
11. The Major Generals, Brigadier Generals, and Brigade
Inspectors of the Beyond GiViSIDDS and brigades, are rovired
to report to my office as SOSII as poesible r vhat corapanies
and field officers will be in attendance from their respective
corumands.—with the number of men in bath company, the
names of the Captains, and their Pest Office addrega.
111. The Alls-de-Cainp and all other officers of the Grand
Stott of the Commander-in Chief are ordered to ba - in fits
tendanee, armed and equipped to full parade dress. '
IV. All companies is ati-enciance,,are required to bring
with them all taatt awl camp equipage they may have.
V. The Brigade Inspectors, of every brigade, wlllrepert
at once to my office,what equipage helonging to OM State.
is in limits cf their command.
VL The Major General of the Ehrienth Dlvialon, Gen. E.
K. Jackman, shall be the senior officer on duty, and ho is
hereby charged with the - immediate arrangements for said
Encampmunt„ and is ordered to renort to this office for fur,
ther inatfuctiona. Ey orthreff. the - Commandef r in-Chief.
' EDWIN 0. I,Vmsol7,
lel° Adjedant General of Pennsylvania.
ATSON'S SYRINGES—I have this day
- received another soppir . of these celebratodSyringeli
pronounced by phyalcitne to ho superior to any other now,
in nee.. Per-.one winking an article" of this kind, ehould call
end mini ine my stock beforo purchasing el.. &whom
JOSLDti NU:MING, .
" Corner Diamond
- end Market etrett.
INSEED bbls. for Bale by
JSIe R. IL COLLINS
COFFEE. -200 bags Rio Coffee, for sale. by
WM. fi EMITS Fc 00.,
”IF4B 11R Frernrt 9,4 HT Vurt Rtre.ts.
QTAR CANDLES.-75 boxds extia, Ada
1. mantine Star, Candles, warranted superior. to any In
the market, on hand and for Halo by
myl3 - P. C. J. n. EAWYEB,
PONGES—A large supply of coarse and
1.7 tine Sponges, of a eery tnperior quallty,last reeelta
by JOS. FLEMING. '
J 31 2 Corner Diamond and Market street.
HAIR DYES—Bateheler's Christadords,
eityxandoed, Bbatoren, and Water's Liquid Hair
Dydc—a large supply constantly on hand, at
Corner Diamond and Market street.
No. 21 Fitth street, and
WALL'S, V ourth street
P. M. DAVIS. Andldlar3er
jIjIRAIR & WY] TH'S CHEMICAL OOD
—A large supply received tills d.w,. For sale whole
eale and retail by JOBEPII FLEMING,
Corbr - Diamond atid Mulct et.
WOOL • WANTED.-- • - - •
The highest markelprico paid for Wool. by
BPRLYGEII. HATtIiAIIGII Sc CO.,
No. aiS Liberty street,
TUST PUBLlBHED.—Brightly's Thirdon's
to Annual Digest of the Laws of Pennsylvania, for each
of the years 1863,1864, 1865, 1850,1857. and 1859, nanlely,
.from the 28th of May. 1853, to 28th or MaY,lB6'B the
whole completing Stroud and Brightly's Purdon's=4:igest to
the present date, by Eredorick C. Brightly ; Esq., for sate bg
J. R. ViEl
No. 63 Wood street, near I'm:KM
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