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' VOLUME XVI.
PITTSBURGH 11.011NING POST.
li'Y JAMES P. BALM,
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Address, JA611.4€.3 P. BALM,
cepi7 :Who: end Proprietor.
so. P. BAWL D. A. MTILA
-B®>7 & MYERS ,
BOOK AND JOB OFFICE ,
Corner of. Fifth and Wood Streets,
trairpitr uraienigned having made extensive
ans. of tiro LATEST AND HANDSOMEST STYLE
F TYPE, and in:proved Machinery,to the MORNING POST
JOB OFFICE, invite the a ttention of Bail Road Officer
Merchants, business m 32 1, and the public generally, to their
uperior facilities for executing with dU - paich, on reasonable
ems, all binds of
t j aAIIL itOAiDi,
AND EVitltY °TILER DESCRIPTION OF
Ft IN. - S3 FANCY PRINTING
Ca -- Oar n atonal being nearly all new, we can give wan
anu, of the meat complete satiefactior., and solicit orders
RAIL ROAiO BILLS AND CARDS,
BANK ILIP.CE.2, BLANK NOTES,
LI TER HEADS, BILL lIPADS,
BILLS LADRiCi, CIRCULARS,
BUSINESS CAR - PS,
PAPER BOOKS, DEEDS,
MORTGAGES, BONDS, .te
.IQ - • Particular attention will also be paid to the printing
Of Boaters, Pregrs_•nmcs, lc. for Concerts, Exhibitions and
Circuses. BARR mvEns.
iiTle People's Ozoc Store.
D. S. DIEFFENBACHER &CO.,
Chez.r. Ce.sh Dealer in all kiuda of Fashionablo
ENV, SHOES AND GAITERS,
For Gentlemen, Ladies, Youths and Children,
r.o. 17 Fifth Stract, nes.? Market,
ocS PFELSBURGH, PA.
Prop:dears of Childs & Co.'s
Patent plasitte Fire and Water Proof
1 - 33 THIRD Sf EET.
n B.DERS for ROOFING promptly and faith-
folly exccr..teil, and all cur work warranted.
Roc:Eng material always on hand, and for sale, wlth. di
rectiew for zsa. se-A.l.y
Jog. F. EfAIiIiLTOM CO.,
E.YeaNEEZIS AND DIACHINISTS,
Crn..v. of Fire and Liberty dm*, Pittsburgh, Pa.
QUPERIOR STEAM ENGINES for Grist
and Saw Mills, Breweries Panting Establishments,
Manufactories, ac ' Made to order. They also continue the
manufacture of their Celobrated Machinists' Toole, such as
UV.rning Lathca, Iron Planors,Bor:rig and Drillin g Machines,
AL AL.o, Wrought Iron shafting, with Pulleys, Hangers.
SO ELI 17.11101.12 F-SON & CO.,
-OUSE PAINTERS, GLAZIERS AND
GRAINERS, N 0.135 Third street. EIGN PAINT
ING executed with neatness and despatch. Mixed Paints,
Gila Turpentine, Varnish, Japan and English Patent Dry
ers, Ville Montaigne Ziuck, a very superior article; Phila
delphia and Pittsburgh White Lead aways on hand and for
Pale. We are prepared to grind colors for Painters, Drug
gizts, or others, at the shortest notice, as we have a Mill
which grinds by steam Painters will save money by get
ting their celore ground with no.
- GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES,
MANUFACTUR.U.P. , S PRICES.
or weighing spirit., the cheapoit and best articles over
brought to this city.
T11E117,101...C2.11.9 AND B.AROHNTEMB,
Varying inprice from $l3 to $3O each.
lways on hand at Q. L. SILtR'S,
Fracleeal Opticia% n, ES Fifth S.:reel.
sea, opp&Ate Ilasottio galL
- C.& J. ‘ 2l. SAWSEB..,
VILN - raecrir OP
- - CANDLES,
-• PALM, TOILET,
AND ROSIN SOAPS
N 0.17 Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
IP. J . ; Busne r C. GIPIENDORIP.
nusu..t. At, .GUTENDOR.F,
mid ell kinds of Eike:A Irou Work.
Poartiritreet,l26..ll. Water, Pittsburgh, Pa.
PEOkIPTIA7 Arriaro;.n ffiVelv
JOHN EIBER & co.,
FANCY DYERS AND SCORIEDS
zaa. .13 Ef.i.'...lrAkt.
WOOD AND LIBERTY MD VH,
All kinds ok Shawls, Dresses, Ribbons, and
every - description of eIIt: and Woolen Goods executed at
Bliort rotke, and on reasonable tends. [ap2&dm
Wheat, Irje and--Corn Wanted,
H E SUBSCRIBERS HAVE TA FN
the above =tablisSmorit, and aro prepared to
PLY 'ma Monist. isieurr FR1033 i 0:11.413 rat
B trEITALB OE W 1 EAT.
10,000 ", 00.111Z.f
It to the intontLen tithe proprietors to offer n.m.s inuW
for any chcise io^a of .White or Red Wheat. They intend to
tasks very arperior Family Flour, and are willing to pat
ry=ttiot t o thefarnier, in the shape of an eXtra prim, to in ,
ince him to ratio a cholp quality of Wheat, and to bring it
Lc market in gee, onion
Office spf Sealer al Weights and
pas OFFICE OF THE UNDERSIGNED,
SEALER OF WEIGHTS AIS , 7) arElisruzsß,
May be inroad henceforth, in Cherry alley, betueen Third
and Fourth Mee% where orders may be left.
mrl3.lf Cll9l/IfER BAUNETT.
b23ARD OIL.—We have commenced manu
factoring Lard Oil, and will be pleased to receive or
for it. We will warrant it equal to any Oil in the mar
14. We will MI barrels returned when desired.
11 3. EL SAWYER,
Fen MN 4Y Wood Jaunt,
ZiffrAS.-10 Onions for talr t ki
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PUBLISHED DAILY BY JAMES P. BARR, AT THE "POST BUILDINGS," CORNER OP WOOD AND ROTH STRFATS; AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUICt
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
FARMER'S UNION INSURANCE COMPANY,
At ATITENS, BRADFORD COUNTY, PA., Jan. 1, 1858, se
presented to the Stockholder', and made out in compliance
with the State 1.9A3 of New York, Ohio, Indiana,llllnols,
The name of the Company is the FAR3IIO.B' UNION IN
SURA NC E COMPAY, located at Athens, Pa. Chartered
April 13, 1653, by the Legislature of Penneylvaula. Charter
Cash Capital, which le all paid up 4 200,000 03
Burplua in addition thereto 53,465:5
Fifty-four Banda and Mortgages, at
et x end seven 1 . 1 cent. interest,
amounting in the aggregate t0...5152,315 00
Which mortgages are or valua
ble and productive real e,tate,
principally farms, recorded and
tlrtt liens, worth generally double
the amount and more than mart.
gaged ior in each care, and in no
case tear than fifty 119. cent. more,
ai clithlvv of farm btuldino, and
certided by the Recorders,
whei a recorded, to the and tore of
the States of Ohio and Illinois.
Nineteen six l cent. Bonds
secured. 47,635 00
Cash on hand and in Bank 6,449 12
Cash in hands of Agents, and lu
course of transmiedor, secured
by bonds with s - nrettes 13,781 6)
Due on losses re-insured, (cc 7,336 51
Dille receivable, viz: promissory
rotes payable at bank aad to the
. 8,246 82
Interest accrued, (principally due
January 1,1858,) 1 19 46
Safe and office Fixtures, and Furni
isootits FOS YES FELS 1357.
Amount of Premiums received during the
AI Intermt received daring the year
Am% received from all other sources....
Expenses for the year, including
commissions, salaries, rents, rein
surance, printing, advertising,
taxes, and all other expenses $ 19.109 66
Dividends paid during the year 17,000 00
Losses paid, which occurred prior
to DecemSer 31, 1856 7,674 66
Looses pal.i which occurred daring
the year 46,561 64
I TA - MITTS&
Looses adjusted and not doe (sinco
paid) $ 12,600 99
L068E3 incurred and in process of
adjustment. 9,307 00
Lewes report&l, on which no action
has been taken 5,500 00
Leases resisted, on ground of Insur
ance after fire, property transfer
;-; red beforo foes, property lost not
covered by the Policy, &c.
$ 39,407 99
Whole anon tof risks taken dozing the year.. 55,429,862 00
Whole amount of risk at data......., 4,861,440 00
ZTATX 07 PENSISYLVANLt, COUNTY OF RBADFOILD.,
0. N. Shipicasn, President, and J. S. Canfield, Bocrctary of
the Farmers' ~.irdon __lnsurance Compstny, being isoterally
duly sworn, depose and say, and each for himself say* that
the foregoing is a true, full and correct statement Of tho
affairs of said corporation, and that they are the above do.
scribed o:bcere thereof. C. N. 89 INIAN, President.
J. E. CLNEIELD, Secretary. .
Subscribed and sworn before Inc, this 25th day of Jasn•
ary, 1858, 11. O. BAIRD, Justice of the Peace.
T. J. HUNTER, Agent,
No. 90 Water street, Pittsburgh.
FI ttE INSURANCE,
Reliance Mutual Insurance Co.
ON BUILDIEOB 2 LIMITED OIL PERPETUAL, HEROHAN-
DI9E, lIIIRNITURD, SO., IN TOWN OR 001INTRT.
001 co, 1, o. 308 Walnut street.
CAPITAL, 0.1.77,926 ASSETS, 0252,4435 1113.
Invested as follows, viz :
Pint liortgage on Improved City Property, worth
double the amount $120,200 00
Pennsylvania Railroad Co.'s 6 per cent.lflortgago
Loan, $30,010 cost 25,500 00
Allegheny County 6 per cont. Ponu'a IL P.. Loan. 10.000 00
Pennsylvania Railroad Co.'s Stec' 1,000 00
ißock of the Reliance Mutual Insurance Co 10,160 00
Stock of County lire Insurance Co 1,050 00
Scrip of Sundry Insurramo Companies 475 00
Bills Reosivw:lo, business paper 62,711 50
• Bcok Accounts, accrued interest, etc. 8,336 19
Cools on hand and in Bank 16,043 20
r. 52,463 SO
GLIM TINGLEY, Progdent.
William R. Thompson,
David S. Brown,
John R. Worrell,
11. L. Carson,
Charles S. Wood,
Janaza S. Woodward,
mr3 B. 3.
mr3 North-east co.
MERCHANTS' INSURANCE COMPANY.
Wll. V. PETTIT, B. J. M'CANN, Sezretary.
Amount of o%pital stock paid in add invented...s2 , 3o,ooo GO
SurninJ Ca,'423 3b
Inaurns (largo Etat:non :.1,0 Ohio and Lliadselppi rtiverN and
tributirie3. Insnren loe4 OT daLnage by F:r,,
Also, r.gc.lnst the l'erila of the Sea and Inland
1,4 , 2.cigar.0n ~nrl T-ransportatt,n.
Wm. V. Pott.lt, J. C. Montgomery, John M. Paruroy,
i). J. McCitan, L. P. Wilmer, Roue Guillou,
B. L. Wu:Aston, John A. Mr.ustill, Chas. B. Wright,
John J. Patter. Lon, 1...aw00d T. Pauly.
WILLIAM V. PETTIT, Pres:dent.
IL F. VaThillit, Vice PrcrEdcni.
D. J. 11 , ..01,1574, .4:crclary.
Gn FIRSNCY :
Steir.miUs, Justice & Co.,
Buck, Morgan a Etidfole,
Pautroy, Caldwell a . Co.
!10.07 WATER. STREET.
IV. POIN EXTEII, Agent.
Seiger, Lamb 4: Co.,
Truitt, 8r0..: Co.,
A. T. Lane 6- Co.,
a p 9 I.
WEST p RANCH
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
LOOK HAVEN; CLINTON COUNTY.
CIIAILTBRBD BY TUB LEGIBLATURE OP PENIIBYLVANIA
Gig Capita/ $300,000 I Premium N0tt5...5132 2 343.
THIS COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
Buildings, Itlorchandlea, Furniture, 4c., hi town or
Hon. Jno. J. Pearce,lion. G. 0. Ilarvey, !Charlea A. Mayer
John D. Heil, Charlca Criat, 'Peter Dickinaon,
T. T. Abrarae, D K. Jacl - .. an, IW. White,
110 N. G. 0. lIAP.VEY, Prealdoot
T. T. Aro , , mg, Vice President.
Taos. /LITMUS, Eecrotary.
Samna' 11. Lloyd, i i Dr. .1 8. Crawford,
A. A. Winegardner, John W. Ilaynard,lA. Updegraff,
L. A. Mackey, Hon. 8 Cameron, James Armstrong,
A. White, Thos. Bowman D.D, William Fearon,
James Quiggle, Wm. Vandorbelt, Hon. Wm. Bigler,
OFFICE—NO. - PISTIL STRUT, Bursar:ll4m.
do2l:tf • J. A. LIPPERT, Agent.
rifiEM FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY, OF PLELLADMPRIA..
D - I,:zarcsa—Cliarles W. Bancker, Thomas Hart, Tobias
Wagner, Samuel Grant, Jacob R. Smith, Goo. W. Richards,
Mordecai B. Lewis, Adolphl E. Boric, David S. Browna, Mot , .
rim Patterson. Cams N. Barium, President.
Ones. G. 13A.Itczu, Secretary.
Continue to make insurance, perpetual or limited, on every
description of property, in town and country, at rates as low
as are consistent with security.
The Cc any have rceerved a large Contingent Fund,
.Ihi c h o i r ith th e ir capital and premiums, safely Invested, af.
ford ample protection to the assured.
The Assets of the Company, on January let, 1861, as pub
lished agreeably to an Act of Assembly, were as follows, viz:
Mortgage S9IB,LIS 68
Beal &tato - 84,377 78
Temporary 1..--Jima 83,966 17
Stocks 61,889 al
Chat, a 0,.... 861,848 81
Total $1,212,705 44a
Mee their incorporation, a period of twenty-one yearn,
they have paid upward of One Million Four Hundred Thou.
amid Dollare,i 01.9b3 by Ilre, thereby affording evidence of the
advantr..ges of insurance, as well wile ability and disposition
to meet with promptneee all liabilities.
J. OAIIIIINEIR OOPEDT, Agent,
Office. northeast cor. Wood and Third eta.
WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY
F. hi. GORDON, Secretary.
Omos No. 02 Water street, (Stang A Co's Varehouse,) up
Will insure against all kinds of LE auu DiAiIINE.III9II.B.
A Rome Institution, managed by Director., who aro t eli
blown in the community, and who aro lets mined, by
promptness and liberality, to maintain tin . ' harecter whtc.i
they have assumed, 83 offering the best prolactton to those
who decthro to be tamed.
.A....q3129, OCTOBER Slat, 1857.
• - -
MortgsFer-- '''''' f•-• '
A. Miler, Jr.,
(Felsigs W. Jackson,
Wm. H. Eolith,
Y. M. GORDON.
Andrew Ackley, •
Nathan r.r 11.olmes,
D. EL Longo
0. W. Ilickvtou,.:
. B .ootuM - raki fo sale
.4 85,231 3 0
.. 11,442 05
... 2,480 CO
Benjamin W. Tingley,
Jacob T. Bunting,
Wm. M. Semple, Pittslig
.1. iiiNcamAN, eocretary.
DIN.E . s COFFIN, Agent,
or Third and Wood streets.
...... 40,246 69
...... 16003 78
$31;1 . 341 :a
LIFE. FIRE AND MARINE
NO. 96 WATER STREET,
ROBERT GALWAY, President.
AUX. DUDLEY, Vico President.
Z. A. EmmaAn; Secretary.
*This Company makes exery insurance appertaining to
or counected - with LIFE RISKS.
Also, against num, AND CARGO RISKS on the OW
Emil Mississippi Rivers and tributaries, end MARINE RISRS
And against Loss and Dame.go by :Ire, and asaintt tho
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigaion and Transportation.
Policies leaned at the lowest rates consistent with micty to
liobert Galway, Pamnol BPOlnziten,
Joseph P. Gazzoin, 'M. D., John Scott,
jamel Mr:ratan, David Richey,
j - amag W. Ilailman, Oharlat Arbuthnot,
Alexander Bradley, Joseph 8. Leech,
John Fullerton, - N. K Hart,
David IL Chambers:, Bober; IL Ilan.liiy,
William Carr, Jan. tdc'4lll. sa2s
Eureka Insurance Company of Pennsylvania.
OFFICE, NO. 99 WATER, ST, PITTSBURGH.
Assets—Mny 1, 1858.
Stock, Due Bills—p.ayablo on demand and secured by two
approved names $ 76,:90 00
Cash In Pittsburgh Trust Company 62,280 37
Premium Notes 62 933 80
Bills Receivable 15,986 01
122 shares Exchange Bank Stock—cost 6,950 00
I 99 do Media-ice' Bank Stock—cost 5,490 63
-300 do Iron City Bank Stock—amount paid. 7.500 00
•'OO do Allegheny Bank Stock— do do 5,000 00
Book Accounts .... ........... ....... 13,259 34
J. LI. ShosnLergcr,G. W. Cll3B,
W. K. Nimick, lsaac M. Pennock,
John A. Canghoy,W. W. Martin,
C W. Batchelor, R. T. Leech, Jr.,
R. D. Cochran, David McCandless,
James J. Bennett, George S. Belden.
Wm. J. Anderson,
J. H. HOENBERGER, 'President
ROBT. PINNEY, Secretary. nl3 6:lna
CITIZENS' INSURANCE COMPANY
• WILLIAM BAGALEIY, PrOZbitt t.
SAMUEL L. MAJ - 113' 7 RL1., tikoretesy.
OFFICE: 14 Water strut, basses!: Marled and Wood sinceis
.G2rlnsuros MILL AND CARGO LIMP, on the Ohio
and Mississippi Bli , ers and tributaries.
Insures against Lots or Damage by FIR?..
Also, against the Perils of the nea and Inland liarige.tion
William Bagaley, Capt. Mark ;Averting,
Samuel Rea, Samuel ht. Kier,
James LI. Coopor, John S. Dilworth,
James ParkiJr., Francis Sellers,
Isaac Id. Pennock. William B. Hays.
Springer Harbangh, John Shlpton,
Capt. Samuel 0. Young, Falter Bryant,
John Caldwell. Ja22.
PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE
Flo. 149 Cheannt Street,
Optimito tho Custom ammo.
WILL MAKE ALL KINDS OF INSU
RANCE, either Perpetual or Limited, on every
description of Property or Merchandise, at reazonablo rates
ROBERT P. KIM), President.
lid. W. BALDWIN, Vico President.
'Marin Hayes, B. 11. Cope,
E. B- Engßah, George W. Brown,
P. 13. Pavury, j.ot•oph B. Paul,
C. Sherman, John Clayton,
Idagargco, E. Wilor.
Y. BLACIVILT.27,2, Secretary.
J. G. COFFIN, Agent,
Jy4:ly Corner Third and Wood streets
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS.
Cormier Erwin Strout and Duquesne, Way,
B. D. MARKER, - - - PROPRIETOR,
(Formerly of tho "Marker Hoc o," Blairsville, Pa.)
711 H E SCOTT HOUSE IS NOW COM-
J. PLED AND OPEN FOR GUESTS. It iB eitnatod
in a contral part of tho city, being convouient to all Railroad
and Steamboat Landings,
Rho lionso was built in 1866, with all modern improve
ments, and fitted up in splendid style—the entire Farniture
being new—and will in every rpect be a first class Hotel.
Pine STABT.FA are attached to the premises. Liel2.7
BY ELI YOUNG, FIPTLI STREET.
The attention of Merchants
— ii2aa.-••• and others is directed to thii`
establishment, which has been recently fittede-'l4
up for the parpose of affording a SUBSTAN
TLA.L EATING uousa IN A CENTRAL LOCATION!
Country folks attending market are particularly invited to
0311. Eve:l - thing pertaining to an EATING SALOON will
always be found, of the freshest the market affords.
A. LIPPERT, Proprietor,
Corntr Hain tired and Youghiogheny River,
Near the RaQraad Depot
WEST NEWTON, PENN'A.
THE ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW IN COM.
P Wadi.' order for the reception of visitors. It is bean.
[dello located on the banks of the Youghiogheny river, and
eau be reschul every day from the city by the tiounelLsrille
Railroad. 'Pherooir.s are largo, airy and well furrdshea,and
tha could be no pleasanter place for a few weeks summer
residence In the country. A few ramillea can be accommo
dated. Terms moderate. Address A. LOWRY,
111 y25:11 West Newton, Pa.
THE NATiONAL SALOON ,
Under Foster's New National Theatre,
PITTSBURGH, PA., .
D. BARNARD, - - - PROPRIETOR,
lIAS FITTED UP IN A TASTEFUL
and comfortable style, tau large centre store in the
OLD FELLOWS HALL. Fifth street, as a FIRST CLASS
RESTAURANT AND ;ALDO'S. Haring had many years'
or:li:clean, in the business, ho is prepared to supply the best
too market affords. Ills Bar will be furnished at all times
with the best WINE.% LIQ,UOILS AND ALES. The en
trance to the Saloon, Is in toe centre of the Hall, and re
freshments will to fundshod atall timed, DAY and NIGHT
COR. PENN'A AVENUE.* THIRD ST.,
INASIIINGTON. D. C
A. F. BEVERIDGE
H. W. KANAGA.
S. HOTEL 9
Oppoolte the Pearls. Railroad Depot,
ILUIRISBURG, PA. [Jelo
VOIttiERLiJI S. lICYIEL,
JANES SHANNON, Proprietor.
Tills HOUSE IS LOCATED ON THE
corner of PENN and WASUINOTON Streets, between
the CENTRAL AND WESTERN RAILROAD DEPOTS, and
has undergone a thorough improvement, remodeled and
furnished with new furniture, and is now the most conve
nient Uotel in Pittsburgh, for Travelers by Railroad, EWA
or West. narF,lr
141 . , ANSION HOUSE, GEORGE AURENTZ
iyuL Daemons No. &A Liberty street, Just beside the
Passenger Depot of the Pennsylvania Railroad, which makes
it the most convenient house in the city for passengers and.
Ting by that road.
'pletesproprietor having, at considerable ear ice, fitted up,
la excellent style, the MANRION'HOUSE, (mid respect
fully solicit a share of public patronap. The is attached
a splendid ST,..ABLE and extensive WAGON BARD, afford
ing ample accommodation to travelers and teamsters. llis
Larder and Bar will be furnished with the Lest the market
can afford. febty
L.,1 A Excelsior Restaurant,
No. 111 WOOD Strett,
WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL DEALER IN LAHR AND
The underalgned has just received from the Eastern man
tat, selected with great care,
SMELT, HAIILMT, HADDOCK,
FRESH COD FISH, EASTERN SUIT FISH,
SEVERAL VARIETIES OF LAKE FISH,
I3iew York Prince's Bay, Egg Island,
Egg Harbor, Shan. Oysters.
The HDGdt eiror brought to this city. Every delicacy of the
season served up at the EXCELSIOR RESTAURANT.
apilyd S. STEINREFOE..
QT. GLAIR HOTEL, corner Penn and St.
cut Streets, Pittsburgh, i undersgned, former
ly of "Brown's Notel," having taken this large and commo.
dious ROTEL, and having refitted it in magnificent style,
would respectfully invite his friends and the traveling publio
to give him a calla Assured, with the convenience of the
house and his long experience In the business, ac.,ao n give
entire aatiefactlen, and his charges moderate.
fehMi WTiL 0. CONNELLY.
Lippincott, Shorten & Poarson,
NO. 104 WOOD BTB fIT, NEAR EMIL
MANUFACTURERS OF TRUNKS, Va
. lices, Bat and - Bonnet Boxes, Ladies .Traveling
• oarpi3t Bags, Lc" . keep corustantly (91 hand a 'Cam
stack. -,We 131"8. PreP&M to'CLO wholesale trade, and bay
ing Wu out good stock at reduced prices, we
IratieinTßA 'Bur trade - to osll awl examine our goods be.
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PITTSBURGH ° 1 1 'it BURS DAN', JULY 22, 1858
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
OBERT A. LOOMIS,
(Succeslor to B. T. 0. Morgan.)
STATIONER. AND DEALER IN BOORS, PERIODICALS
No. 41 Elf, street, Pittabmgh, Pa. n025:1y
THE undersigned have entered into Co-
Partnership, under the style of Wm. O. Johnston Sc Co.
SAMUEL B. JOHNSTON, JIL,
WILLIAM G. JOEZISTON.
Pittsburgh, September 5, 1857.
Et. R. JOEINtiTO.7, Tit ..... .............. ...... ........ , 1..T0am3 TO
IV RI. JOEINSTON Ce; CO., _
QTATIONERS, Blank Book Manufacturers,
kj and JOB PRINTERS, No. 57 Wood Etrovt, butrietn
Third and Fourth, Pittabnrgh, Pa. 5030
TOBACCO AND SEGARS.
Iv - a, D. RINEHART,
Board of 12 Trtictoos—Faculty of 14 Teachers.
300 SIGIDLIrs AnENDING, JAN 121.534, 1658. •
Young Men Prepared for Actual Dulia of the Counting Room
INSTRUCTION GIVEN IN SINGLE
„X. and Doable-Entry, Book-Keeping. as tined In every de.
parireent of Busincia. Commercial, Arithmetic, Rapid Ensi-
Riess Writing, Mercantile Cori espoutlence, Commercial fray,
Detecting Conuterfeit Money, Political Plconomy, Elocution,
Iliono,., , raphy, and ad other entlecti necessary for the thor
(inch educttion of a practical hi:mine:a man.
3 C. SMITH, A. M., Professor of Book-Keeping and
Bcietice of Account,,.
T. A. lILTDILLOS and 11. A. lIIITEON, Assistant Teach
ers of Book soaping.
ALBS COWLLY, A. T. DOUTaaii f, and IL A. HUTSON,
Professors of Penmanship—tweivo first premiums over all
competition for beat Pen and Ink Writing,
Lei arm NOZ roa Lsottevim Irons, —ad
J. d. PORTER, Prof of Mathematics
Terms, dr--Full course, time waim!te,l, enter at any time
—s2s. Average time, Bto 12 w•ooka. Board about - $2,60.
Entice cost, $6O to $7O. Gratuatea assisted in obtaining a
eltuatiou. Specimens of unequalled writing and circulars
rant free. Address, F. W. JENKINS,
my2o Pittsburgh, Ptiumivivanie.
Safety and Ceanonay h LAght.
WHY WILL YOU BURN CA.MPHENE
AND FLUID, when yon eau get o rho .per and bet.
ter light. enre Kerosene Oil, made from the gas or Cannel
Coal, produces the cheapest, most brilliant, steady, pleasant
and safe portable light ever offered to thb pubic, and no
dodger of explosion ; more brilliant thou gas; and quite as
cheap; Lamps of the most simple and easily managed con.
etruotion. For sale by T. D. G.IIODKINSON,
No. 79 Smithfield street.
.. Beware of a counterfeit ahead ., in the market, made
from Camphene, w;tti a little Coal to ncip.t it. f,27:11
A WORD TO THE LADIEs.
?VIM HEATED TERM IS APPROACH
ING, and we cell the attention of the Ladies to the
COOKING, IRONING, ETC.,
Can ho done with economy, without oporassive head, with
out soot, and with despatch—the firo being always re:vy in
a moment—by using
To which wo rozpectfally invite your atteirli .o, at No. 75
Smithfield street. S. A. JOHNSUN t 1.11-ZO.
r k l_ County and City Rights for sAlo. apl'L•9m
The most pleasant, safe and effectual Worm Remedy DOW
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by
ANGELL A. RAFT,
Oor. Wood and :Sixth eta., Pittsburgh, Pa ,
And sold by Drrargillts aFr.s.rall7. Ja2l
QT. CHARLES LIVERY STABLES.—
The undersigned has bought the lease
Of the above named Stables, t.o...;.,Xfi..iiikf
Yd 'lt gotLer with a portion of the exten-„,e 47 ''''i
stock of Horses and Carriages Zisiio.
into the property of James Mathews, decehatd. In addition
to the stock teifore-montioned, ho has also Batted a number of
FINE HORSES, BM:RILES AND CARRIAGES,
which wore formerly employed at his Livery Stables in
Third, below Wood street. As ho gives his personal atten
tion to the business, a continuance of the patronage which
he has hitherto received froze public is solicited.
Bt. Charles Livery Stables.
LI. IL—A HEARSE and any number of CAItRLW Es can
elways he procured for Funerals. tietg
rrHE CHEMICAL OLIVE ERASIVE
A SOAP, manufactured by B. C. A J. H. Sawyer, re
receives the preference over all other kinds ever offered for
Its advantages over other Soaps are :-Ist. It is clioaper
to use, one pound being equal to throe of common rosin
Soap. 2d. Half the time need only be occupied in washing
when this Soap is used in place of other Soap. lid. Labor
in washing can bo nearly dispensed with, as the clothes
will require little if any rubbing, thus avoiding their wear
on the wash-board. 4th. Boiling the clothes Li unnocesaary
when this Soap is need, and hard or salt water answers
equally us well as soft. sth. Printers, Machinists, Painters
and others, find it far superior to other Soaps. It speedily re
moves grease, tar, paint, printers' ink and dirt from the
hands, leaving the skin soft, and free from chapping.
To avoid the labor of rubbing the clothes, and the use of
the teach-bead, the following directions should be followed :
For the washing of eight or ten of o family, take one
pound of Soup, eat it into shavings, and dissolve to ono
gallon of hot water; put the clothes into a tub containing
about ten gallons a warm water; pour in the dissolved
Soap, and stir thoroughly. Lot thorn souk twenty to thirty
minutes, wring out, and tinso in WSJIII water once, cold
water twice. A very dirty wrist-band, or seam, or grease
spats, may require a alight rubbing, but otherwise the
clothes will come out clean and white, without rubbing or
boiling. Cold water may lie need in place of hoc, requiring
about double time in soaking.
4:13" Observe our name on each bar.
For sale, in any quantity, at our warehouse, No. 47 Wood
street, and at car works, opposite the Round House, Penn.
sylvania avenue. .10. k J, IL SAWYER,
ap2l No. 47 Wood street.
UCKWEIEAT FLOUR.-20 sacks Buck
, wheat Flour, 60 lb sacks, just received and for Bale
by McOANDILESS, MEANS tr CO.,
fu2o Oerrner Wood and Water etroota.
FLOUR. -25 bbla. Suporflne Floar reoeiVed
and for Bale by MICA. LEES, MEANS a CO,
fa° Coraor Wood and Water etreetO.
EMIGRANT RIFLES.—A mast desirable
and cheap weapon, at ➢OPWN a TETLEY'S,
mvl Weed tripmfs.
AA ARD.—A prime article of No. 1 Lard, in
barrels and Rags, Plat received and for sale by
filati.NDLE.l9, .1111AN8 14 CO.,
1a23 Corner of Wood and Water streeta.
25 bags Pimento;
100 Grain Pepper, just received and for We
by MILLE,II. g illeagPSON.
mr2s 221 and trr, Liberty atm.&
ATEW ARRIVALS.—Vie aro taking into
storo, (123 Wood street,) an immense stock of Sae
Paper Jobbing purposes ; also, Letter, Cap and Note ;
Envidopos in great variety; Manilla Papers, of every size,
and as cheap as they can ha bought in the Nast, whore we
offer wholesale or retail, very low for Cash. •
apt JNO. Ds PERKINS lc CO
KFlSl.l..—Whito Fish, Trout, Salmon,
constanSly on hand, a full stock to supply Ab
the wholesale trade, by (my6l lUtNSY S. COLLIN 6.
ORANGES. -300 bxs. sweet, just received
and for cabs by RHYMER & ANDERSON,
No. 39 Wood street,
myl7 Opp , Ate the St. Charles Rotel.
BROOMS. -100 dos. Extra Corn Brooms
on haw:land for sale by
a] p 2 B. C. A. J. 11. SAW Lk&
DUSTER TRIMMINOS — Drab and Gray
Dnater Binding and Tasaola, Just opened at
JOS. HORINWS, 77 Market.street.
NEICC STEEL SPRING SKIRTS—Of the
umat &mold &spas, on hand at HORNET,
myB 77 Market street,
gEED SWEET POTATOES.-20 barrels
Seed Sweet Potato , " received and for Ea.le
ovn-econar Market and Prat atreeto.
PICKLES. -6 bbls. Cucumber Pickles, rej
calved and fob sale by JA3IEd A. FETZER,
few 00raer hiarkat and First streets.
13ERF lIMER Y. —Lubin's, Bazin'B,
Wright's, (Edda's and llarridon's Extracts for the
handkerchief, constantly on Itand.at
.le2 Corner Diamond and Market et.
.RICE AND RICE FLOUR; .
haver Glosi, Starch ;
Maces Farina •
, I Baker's Farina;
and Broma ;
Freak Cocoa Shell.
Received and for sale at
JAYNES' TEA STORE,
. 8 1 3 Fifth street.
AC 600 boxes HydrauM Preavad 61ci'
ad Candles, =ido
"FecudY fax Summer use, lon band and far Indy by 4
(1 1 41 J. aftWl= 1 : •
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS
I. 129 P 7001) STREET
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CP (if _
COOKING BY GAS
Dittegenves ciao tioolthag Stave,
CONFECTION - , C
C TION, CONFEC
T lONO ONFEOT
I 01 , 1,00 NFBOT
O N,CONI. D O T I U
N,CONYEOT 10 N
CO NFBOTI ON .
CUTI_II3ERT & SON'S OFFICE, No. 51
Lye Market street,hous ,raqtetnhit sale, and purchase of Real
obtaining loan, on bonds, to Insurance and repairs,
ance., doodo, b on d s , ac writing letters and
with partiainbroad,-107 and corresponding
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
8.61 , 1:RZL1C53.-2lee.arff. Hanna, Garretson it Co.,Robert
Parks, Esq. jythy
REAL ESTATE AGENT, NO. 50 WATER STREET,
HRH for ease Lands in Illinois, Wisconaln, Minnecobs,
Michigan and lowa. lie will exchange Lands in Wisc.:main,
Ac., for Pitteimrgh innhufactnreihand also for city property.
All letters of hurairy answered gratis, by addressing ma as
DEALMIS !N ALL RIZITI GI
PROPER,TY FOR SALE OR RENT.
GRIST MlLL—Three run of stones and
nil the machinery complete, corn and cob cracker,
its-, /cc., all in good order, with a dwelling house, stable and
two lots of ground, situate in South Pittsburgh, and will be
sold on very easy terms by 9,0131111.1.51 VP it SON,
I ell 61 Market street.
LAWRENCE COUNTY BONDS WANT
ED, In exchange for land.
up= .8. OUTllilltaT & SON, 51 Muket et-
ST"M MILL in complete running or
der, with (broiling house, otc., hoar the city, for
ealo by H. CLUJ:II3OM Soo,
ap'2.4 51 Market titreot.
WEST,EIf.N LANDS of good quality, fa
Dale or exchange for Real Eattico In the city
422 S. CUTILBEIRT Ss BON, 61 Merkel 6t.
FAMILY RESIDENCE FOR SALE--A
valuablo prop3rty of 150 feet front on Covington at.,
Lawrenceville, by 100 deep on Washington atroet to Cherry
alloy, Brick Dwelling liou.se of 7 rooms well arrangoil,bata
room, porch, wall of water and pump, atablebud coal house,
kitchen raage,,_otc. The rooms are newly painted and pa
pered, ahado Mid fruit trees, grape arbor, great variety of
flowers, etc.; good p ling fence. Tho ahave offers a good
opportunity to buy a o mpleto and pleasant rotiduncd.
Prico low, add tetrad accommodating.
TILIE SIZE of the cheap Building Lots
for sale by S. CIITLIBERT & SON is 30 by 100 feet.
Location—Hear the railroad station, East Liberty.
Price—From $276 to $4OO each.
Terms—One-fourth in hand; remainder at six years credit.
The Plan can be seen at the Real Estate Office, 61 Market
lip EAR IT IN MIND, that tho East Lib
ertyiLp Lota aro offered at such prices, and on such easy
terms, ae to make a home easily to be obtained.
Boar it in mind, that they front on wide etreetc, are of
easy somas by railroad, and are very deedrablelocationa for
Bear it in mind, that the plan of the lots is to be seen at
Jol2 61 MARKET STBBET.
OR SALE --SEVENTY THOUSAND
ACRES of choi o Prairie and Timber Land, situated
la-Northern a and Southern Minnesota, embracing thD
nowt lot of farming lauds ever offered In Obi market, afi
they are located conveniently to Mills. Towns and lines of
Railroad. Pamphlets containing information 'of value to
iimigrants and catalogues giving location, description and
price of the land, with a brief description of the counties in
which they are located, can be hod on application at our
and they will be sent freo by mail to persons sending
is their address. WILLIAM. FF.AZI.E.II
my:il:tf Jones' Building, No. t 7 Fourth street.
TEN DOLLARS IN HAND, will secure a
Building Lot of 2+5x10 . ) feet on Mt. Washingtea.—
Price, sl.oo—slo in hand, remainder to suit purchaser. Al.
a Lot of (.oxloo feet for $250--525 in hand, balance In
payments to suit purchaser. 8, Ll urn DNItT & lioN,
je23 61 Market street.
1•2 ACRES of Land and a comfortallo
11063.3 situate near the 'Washington Turnpike, at
about 13 miles /ppm Join' Ferry, will be °old on easy terms.
Immediate possession. 8. CLITHF3FAIT & SON,
J 023 &I Market street.
A LOT OF GROUND in East Liberty, near
the Railroad station 90 by 100 feet will be eold for
$2 0, one-fourth in hand, remainder at six years' credit.
S. CUTHBERT & SON.
my 29 al Market street-
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
IL Ea 'F'ARLIII47.I),
Corner of Fourth and Smlthaeld Streets,
111 , ESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT
be has received his Spring Assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS,
Of the newest styles, best quality and most elegant descrip
tions, which he is pi'hparea to manufamura to order in the
And with, such a character of workcasnship, as cannot fail
to satisfy and please the most fastidious tastes, tutyl9
issoLuTioN PARTNERSHIP,J The firm of lIAWORT'EI BRO. & BROWN wits,
the ad of May, 1859, dissolved by mutual cot:seat, by the
withdrawal of JEHII HAWORTH . from tho above firm.
The accounts of tho late firm will be settled by ILANTORTIL
JEIIII HAWORTH', in withdrawing from tho riLoye
firm, kindly thanks his former patrons and also tee patrons
u. the late firm, for the very liberal patronage he has re
ceived, and would kindly recommend them fg Ws succes,ors,
RA WORTH BEA/ WNLEE, HA they erortetermined to sell
,st bow figures, hewing a very large assortment of OILEAP
UROOKRIES, WINES and LIQUOR 3 on hareL.
DAVID IIAWORTII and JAIRES BROWNLEE
have this day e.ssochsted together, and will continuo on the
business at the OLD STAND, corner of Diamond cud Dia
mond alloy, under the style of HAWORTH & BROWNLEE,
where they hope to receive that patronage so liberali given
to the old firm, as they aro determined to sell GLIZAPER
than any other Store in the city. myl3
100 barrels "Choice" Golden Syrup;
15 •do ' a Peana.." First Quality Syrup; •
Just received and fur sale by
MILLE& tt 11101tETSON,
jel Nos. 221 and 223 Liberty street
TVEW FABRICS IN DRESS GOODS.-
\ A. A. MASON & CO., Mrs., NO. 2 1 5 Fifth Street,
Aro now opening rich
/..ud a vit./Aid selection of SPRING SHAWLS. (apl
Q,EED SWEET POTATOES.-15 barrels
Seed Sweet Potatoes for sale cheap to close consign
merit ty JAS. A. FETZER,
ap23 Corner Market and First streets.
00.'11POUND SYRUPS OP PLIOSPLIATES,
( , It. oarnucAL FOOD—This preparation is not in-,
tended s, a popular i omedy, but is respectfully submitted
to the Y.etlical Faculty as a nutritive tonic, well suited to
supply tao watts of eletaantary matter daring th'o progress
of cluxiie cases, particularly in Dyspepsia and Conaump
tion. This preparation Is pleasant to the oye, agreeable to
the taste, and great:Rd to the stomach; and does not nails.
eats by protracted ass. Sold wholesale and retail by
Je22 Corner Diamond and Market strut.
COUNTRY BACON.-1000 lbs. Country
Bacon, Just received and for sale by
JAMES A. FETZER,
my 4 . Corner Market and First streets
IDLIIROOM CORY-3 tons first quality reo'd
and for rote I,y I moil molly n. co„Lms.
vANCY FRENCLI BASKETI3.-4. nice
t. assortment jtist opened, MOR.N.E'R,
myB 97 Marta street.
WINDOW GLASS.—An assortment of
Country man, assorted eines, for sale by
WM. IL SMITH & CO.,
118 2econd, and 147 Best streets.
WINDSOR SHADES.—GoId bordered,
grain and fancy. Mao, shade Trimmings, ac.,
always on hand at and for sale cheap by
3. a H. PHILLIPS,
my 2 9 26 and 28 St. Clair street.
INDIA RUBBER HOSE.—From inch to
10 inches in diameter. A large supply just received
at the India Rubber Depot of J. a H. PHILLIPS,
my 22 26 and 28 St. Clair street.
WALL PAPERS.—WaiI Papers of all
E - indg for sale at reduced pricaa, by
W. P. MARSHALL % Co.,
P . T We.llstl it►eet.
I:NGLISH GLASS INKSTA.NDS-Cut,
and premed, with Glass and Bronze Topa.
jel4 W. S. HAVEN. Stationer.
MAPS OF THE DIFFERENT STATES- .
_tvg, lowa, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Nebraska and Kansas,
Missouri, Kentneky rind Tennesee, Virg nia, etc, for sale by
J. B. WBIJDIN,
Bookseller and Stationer,
lel9 No. 63 Wood 'Street. near Fourth.
1 BALE LAVENDER FLOWERS, for sale
by ' B. 'L. FAHNESTOCE it CO.,
Jel2 No. 00 cor. Wood and 'mutt' sti*eto.
DRIED PEACHES-12 saelei choice bright
dry Peaches received frad.for sale by
je22 Carnes Market First atm.
eIHEESE.-200 boxes W. R.;
" English Dairy Cheese, for
sate by ' fje22.l H. eouaus.
TIRY 4PPLES.-50 bags;
150 bbls. Dry Apples for sale by
je= I : • :
ciREEN "APPLES.-20 bble. for sale by
%-.5 so :1 -; ma:NOV-a COLLTITO
AMMAN TOOTH PASTEi. prepared
underkho ervon of Dr. 110 1 1113 Den
ir for ego b oup
y M hAn
. Ci s n
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
B. CUTHBERT BON,
Baal Estate and General Agents,
61 Market street.
PIANOS AND MUSIC.
THE BALANCE OF MY SPRING STOCK
- OH -
FROM THE MANUFACTORY OF
CHICKERING & SON'S,
Con:feting of SIXTEEN of their now Seven Octave and
Six and a :dalf Octave Pianos; have just been received, and
uvw ready for examination at the warerooras of the tab.
CLEICRERING Et SONS' PIANOFORTES aro not furnished
by thew to any other house in this city, and all orders must
be direz,ted to the subscriber.
JOHN 11 ItIELtOR,
No. 81 Wood strut).
Sole Agent for Chickering & Sons' Pianos,
.14 for Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania.
1119:ILL GRAND PIANOS!
PARLOR GRAND PIANOS I I
AND NEW STYLE SQUARE PIANOS,
Isom the Manufactrry of CHECKERING & SONS',
Boat); just received from the manufactory of °Weltering
& Sone' Boston, the following dosirablo and elegant stock o
their PIANO FORTES
One Full coven octavo Grand Piano Forte, with superbly
carved case. Price . $BOO
Ono Full coven octave Grand Piano Forte, elegant Rose
wood cane. Price
One Now Parlor Grand seven octave Piano, nearly equal
in power to a fall Grand, and occupying only the
room of an ordinary square Piano. Price $6OO
SQUARE PIANOS I
Two full carved Rosewood, Louis XlVth, coven octaves,
with carved Desk and Foot work.
Two Reaowood seven octave—Clifford style.
Two 'Rosewood. carved mouldings, seven octave.
Four Rosewood, plain round corners, seven octave.
Three Walnut, plain round front corners, raven octaves.
Four ii is 64 Li"
Four Rosewood " —. 66 LS "
All of the above-are of their NEW SCALE, a , and with fall
Iron frames, and their new laatent Action.
Those Instruments have been flubbed specially for the
subscriber, and will be warranted to purchr.sers. For sale
at their reduced prices. JOHEE U. ?iiELEMR,
No. iill Wood etreet, .
del7 Sole Agent for Chichciing Sr Sous'.
CHARLES llle LE - 61.4, AIDERNAN 9
Allll Lx-Ofacio Jactzce of the Peace,
OFFICE ON TIM CORNER OF WYLIE
,:ND .k 11 , 211 STREET:3.
All bnsin...- connected wit.h - thi Offlee trill be att , r,:led to
with proniptu,:s.i. Conveyauces of nll hinds done with legal
L.ccuracy—.4; , -b sa alortgagcs, Bonds, Powers otAt
torney, e.c.• Titles to :Zcal L:stato ez..nrnincd.
To the nisi:, hers of the Bar ha tendert his cervices 1411 COM
raiskuner to take Depositions to be read In the ieveral Cotirts
ut this State, and elsewhere. ills office ia ono of the ntain
Police Stations of the city, and consequently his facilities in
executing fluidness of that kind are very desirable. I fe10:131
TAMES 8. 11.00 N, ALDERMAN, EX
OFFICIO JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, AND POLICE
MAGISTItATE--04c; No. 60 Grant street, nearly oppo
cite the Court itonco, Pittsburgh, Pa.. Depositions, Acknow
lodgments and Prooatoa taken• ' the Records examined,
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgagee , Wills, Lek,ies, Articles of Agree
ment, and of Partnership,, Letters of Attorney, etc., etc.,
drawn op at abort notice; Marriages Solemnized, and all
PileiUo.l.l in the lino Of his official duties, promptly attended
to. Ofilco hours, from 7jS A. et. to 1 P. 14., and from 2
1 . 3 6 P. 31. apStly
DIERSONS GOING WEST, who desire to
parchaie good farming lands, are informed that wo
have fur sale 632 acres of land in Boone county, lowa. Also
GM acres of land In Franklin county, will be sold on easy
tenne by S. CUTHBERT & SON,
myls St Market street.
efIGARS 1 CIGARS I—l have received this
J by a large lot of gennineimported Havana cigars; of
the old and well known "Sorted" brand. Those wishing a
box of good cigars should call and examinemy stock before
purchasing elsewhere. JOS. PLEMLNG,
J. 4 Corner Diamond and Market st.
2) cases H. Jotundou Jt Sons Pledoo Claret Wine;
10 " " " St. Julien Claret Wine
60 " C. C. St. jailer; Claret Wine, in store and for
sate by MILER .1; RIMED:3ON,
mylB and 2= Liberty street.
'I ILEMIOAL OLIVE SOAP.-1000 boxes
t. a / Chemical Olive Etasivo Soap, on hand end for sale by
e 7 IL 0. Jz J. IL SAWYER..
1101pACO,N.-1( casks .Country Bacon Shoal
dere, Bides and Llama, fast received and for sale by
JAS. A. FETZER.,
my'2,B Corner Markert and Rime:meta.
TNDIUIO.-2 cases Manilla Indigo, just re
ceived and for male by
mylB MILLER. t RIONETSON,
DitIED APPLES.-50 burl. Bright Dried
ApploJ just recoivad and for eale by
JAS. A. FETZER,
Cornnr Mortet and Socond eta
CaPONOES.-I have just received a large lot
Sepal La. Batting Sponges, of every Mee and price.
Thoss trishlng Abed article is this line, should call mid
= .c, y stock before purchasing, elsewhere.
mv2o 0 , -rner Diamond and Market street.
10 bales Bordeaux Almonds;
2 " Paper Shell "
60 bags Filberts;
30 Cream Cants ;
30 " Pecan
2000 bus. Ground "
6000 Cocoa Jost received and for
sale by RHYMER be ANDNRBON,
No. 89 Wood street,
Jeo Opposite she St,. Charles liotel.
QTOCKINGS, GLOVOS, MITTS, ETC.--
ky Suitable far the approaching hot season on. hand by
jo 3 JOS. HORNE. 77 Market strent:
LAA3S.—SOO boxes 8x10,9x12 and 10x12,
forcaloby (ar4 I, HENRY Q. COLLINS
Cards, Freight Bills,
Circulars liray Receipts,
Bill u«idif, Labels,
.Rahroad Receipts, Bills Lading,
With every other description of Job Printing, executed
with promptness and at fair prices.
J. R. WELDIN,
Printer and Binds,
mySi Wood street, near Fourth.
19 9 ACRES of choice land ; with good ita
provementa, near the city, for sale on easy terms by
E. 'OIITHBUUT h SON,
jell) 51 market street.
01. ITILDING LOTS, on six years' credit, for
gale by S. CUTECBERT & SON,
el() 61 Market street.
BALLS 1 .BALLS! BALLBI—A large as
sortment of Foot, Solid and Bat Balls, Jns received
and for sale, wbolesaio ani retail, at the India - Rubber
Depot. 26 and St. Clair street,
my 29 J. A 11. PHILLIPS.
L'A_NS I FANS 11—Palm Fans by the case,
dozen, or single. at Eastern pricosovlth other carittios
~f Fancy Fang, for ualo at HORNFM,
Jet;77 Market street.
CENTRAL BANK OF PENNSYLVA
NI:I.—Notice in hereby given that the CENTRAL
TtAicK Oil PENNSYLVANIA, at Hollidniaburg, will be
upon for bunineas on WEDNESDAY, the 18th inst.
JOSEPH BROWER, Cashier.
It D 0I L .
barrola Extra No. I Lard , Oil ;
25 '• No. 2 Lard Oil, on' hand and for sale,
by [mylBj B. C. ir J. EL SAWYER.
:LAVA COFFEE.—Just received a. lot of
ey strictly paro Old Government Java Coffee. Also, La
gusra and Rio Coffoo,nt JAYNES' TEA STORE,
P-4 . 33 Binh straet;
DORE BLACKBERRY AND CRIMRY
A BRANDY, for medicinal purposes, at
HAWORTH & BROVTNLEVR,
14 . 00 K RESTS—Made of Mahogany and
ILO well tabbed, for We by W. H. HA &N,
je.l4 _ Stationer;
ILL AND COLLECTION. BOOKS-A
large assortment always on hand, or made to order.
" W. s: RAVEN,
jolt Corner Market and Second Arcata.
T AWYER'S SEAL PAPERS Variotis
_11.4 6/7.03 and cclon always on hand, at
W. 8. HAVEN'S, •
Corner Market and Second eta
NOW IS THE TI - 11.1E. TO BUY
• BOOTS /AND SHOES,
Cheap for Cash, at the well known store of
JOSEPH E. BORLAND,
jtl2 98 Market Bt., second door frain fifth,
(M SAN • Port Folios, Desk Pads *
't_ll Bankers Cases, Port li:tousles, and Pocket Books; for
salo by , W. S. RAVE 9 4.
a sp Corner Market and Second Omani'
CLUNNY SACKS. 7-300 large - three bush:l
c. (twiny 2144 now and in good order, for isle by'
JAB. A. Fliwzia,
row - von's,' run and !Juliet iitmotoi
CAESTNIITS.-5 - bands - Italian, reaeivcd
thte Ya and f or valear ywut .
No. Etlit Wood street.
ni726 OWsito Ot, Charles actel•
el-4W-4 1. * t •,..,%%!,',;'.4W, A3t**5t 1 PL ,, ,1 ,W'ff.ii*Vl
IN T ITM.BER 241,
THE SUBSCRIBERS RAVE CONSTANT.
LY on hand a coroplota stock 01
OONSISIING IN. PAW' oa
FUltrvairLTD WITH FULL EQVIPIIENTS AT SHORT NOTIOZ
SILK :,TD BUNTING FLAGS MADE TO ORDER.
JEiO. B. DP:FADDEN oft SON.
05 MARKET STREET.
No. 94 Wood street, Pittsburgh
HAS JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM,
WALDRON 4. GRIFNIN'S
CORN AN 8M SOYTIU,
CORN HOES; PATENT AND COMMON ANVILS; STEBL-
Traps, very sup , :rior Drawer Locks, very superior Grin
Locke, Tinned and Ennamelled 'Sauce Pans, Basting Spoons,
Bran Ca.ndlerticke, Brass Cocks, Brass Stair Bode, Braces and
Bite, Measuring Tapes, Superior Waltors, Curry Carobs,
Teases, Coil, Min, Tengrau, Stretch and Breast Chains, with
a variety of other g00d,,, all of which will be sold at-mod.
erate torrro. unla
AINIES MILLINGAE, MONOIIO-HELAI
J PLANING' lILLL, - would respectfully infer tho public:
that ho has 'rebuilt since the tre, and having e arged his,
establishment, and filled it with- the newest arid most at,
proved machinery, to now prepared to tarnish flooring and
planed beards, scrawl sawing and rhsawing, dooq, sash and
mutters, kiln dried, frames, mouldings, box making, au;
South Pittsburgh, September 7,1857. reel°
ENTS' SHOES AND GAITERS.
111 INDOW GLASS.-5000 yards from 2
to 6 inch Inch diameter, for rale by
mr29 IL 11. COLLINS.
BEANS. -25 bbls. white Beans for sale by
JAS. A. FETZER, —
Corner Firat and Market stn.'
TE LA RUE NOTE PAPITat AND EN
VEI MPS—Roll mrs 3 l J. WRLDIN.
T ANDS IN ti lowa and 'reins,
for sa!o by ouTnnEra
inyl3 61 Mix treet.
INDIA REIBB CURRY[ CO MBS.—The
best articlo in ow, Just received at the India Bobber
Depot, 2U and 28 St. Clair street,
pRINTED BILL BOOKS—A6dOrted-SlZes
at W. S. HAVEN'S
rey24 Stationary Wareham.
riIEXAS, TEXAS.-540 aoros of good farm•
ing laud in llay4 county, neer Austin, Taxa.% Prairie
and timber land, $3 per acre, for Ale by
myll 8. OUTHBERI2 % SON, 61-Market
OIL CLOTH CRASH-1500 yards'of vari
ous tatters and widtB3, jut received from tbel
triry, for enle wholesale or retail, by
ST RECEIVED A SUPERIOR LOT
of Double and Single Barreled Gum, for sale low by
CARTWRIGHT to YOUNG,,
No. 80 Wood &eat.
wait .SALE.--One-third of a valuablepro-
Foray, having a front of 130 Int on Wood street by 00
deep on tiir.th street. 9. COTIIIII3/2 lc SON, -
sny2l Si. ?..larket street. ,
.Q.EVEN ACRES.—A Lot of Ground of 7
acznq, In Collins township, (morning tide,) imitable for
a conntiv rrsidenco. For Belo by
my2l S. CUTED3EgT F. SON. 61 Market at.
GLASS. -400 boxes assorted sizes Window
Glass, good country brand. for sale by:
myB UZNJW 11. COLLIN&
ROOMS.-50 doz. reed and for sale by
meat HENRY IL COLLINS
VISEL---500 packages White Fish, Salmon,
and 'front, for ealo by (my 27) IL IL COLLINS.
VIN' 13—apid by (mr2l J. IL WELDIN.
C°".— ,_, ,, t3 oba shelled. Corn received and
for sale ILT,NRY H. COLLINS.
WINTRY • BACON.-1000 lbs. Country
Baron, Haws, Shoulders and Sides, reccivod and for
JAS. A. FRTZEIt...
Qnrnrr 4`11141.t V4rit
BOOKS—On _tha Banks and
at 8. RAVEN,
Printer a ,r 1 stationer.
. ,L\_ _, 01. L.-1.0 baskets pure, just reo'd
-110 and for sale by 1117.5111 R e. ANDERSONT,, .
niy4 No. rD Wood street. ,
y AWRENCE, COUEN4Er, CO.'S DOUBLE
ENAMEL - PG VISITING CARDS.—SoId by
ray 24 J. R. WELDIN.
(1011 N.-200 bush. prime white Corn, for
‘,./ solo by (optri) GENTRY R. OGLIINS.,
TO LET.-7A connuodicus three story Frame
House, with Brick :;:.semen[—eitnated on Bedford
street —to rent, by l'OLLIII: & RICItIiTSON,*
mr2tl tie% 221 and 223 Molly street,
'UTTER.-3 bbls. fresh MI, for sale by
E P mita TIIIN'it V TY. MUMS,
fIEtEAP WALL PAPER.—A new supply
k",j of new patterns for rale by
- w. P. 111AltSUALL fz CO.,
87 Weal street.
KISS ME SWEETLY.—Tho latdst and
most dedeions perfume, di3til.od from the wall
know Tulip Flowor. A largo supply receivad this day by
/o 8 ' Corner Diamond and Market st.
U FRANGIPANNI 0114.—For
progorviagand.Deautifyiug tho hair, couctontly on
hand at JO3.
tl n7%4 al'rrkrt st
TAR CDLES.-1.00 a
0 boxes Extra.
kJ Quality Adamantine Star_Candlea, on band and..-for
'ale by lje7l D. &3. IL SAWYER.
(IIGAIS, OICIA.RS.-- ; 30,000 . genuine Ha
vana Cigars of the Eencca," ‘•Conchita," , ±Co
jostle," and " tre Actoa " brandsjuet received by
Je7 Corner Diamond and Market at.
ARD OLL.—No. 1 and No. 2 Lard Oil
constantly on hand and for Bobo by
jb7 B. C. & .J. 11. SAWYER. .
BROWN'S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA
011:G411.-5 gloss re:;eived this day, arid 'for sale
area l ) at JOE. irLIZIMI,
je2 Comer Dir.raond and Market st.
QC NE OK' S ITL'AIONIO.BYRUP—A
largo supply of this excellent remedy for consho :and
colds Jost received by JOE. FLEHING,
je2 Dlrncr Diamond and Market at..
DURE MADEIRA AND OLARET
4. WINES, by the bottle or gallon, at, -
lIAWOETII E 8R0W;,7,E£23,
e 5 the Diainet.l.
BIIILDING LOTS-12 Lote, each 30 feet
front by 100 doep, eitnuto in , Enet Liberty, near the
Raileond Depot. Prices from $216 to 34W—tem.% one•fourth
in band, balance at 6 yearn credit. Cell and aee the plan.
mr2B 8. (XVI :ON, 51 Mathrt
TESTERS.—Borders and circles for Tca
tont. for gale by firr7Pll biAIV- , HAT L 007_
11.015.1NY.-6 bbLs. Flint Hominy for salo
by Jap. 4. NI lER
Corner Markot and First -ifs.
riPORPEDOES.-500,000 No. 1, juirbno'd
Z. and for ludo REYIEEII &'ANDrIII.SO:I;,
jeS N 0.39 Wood wee:.
FIRE WORKS FOR FOURDI,OF ULY.
—Fire Worlto and Piro Balloons ms.nufactazfd by H.
P. Diehl, Pyrotechnist, for sale by •
No. ao Wood street,
jeB Opposite th 3 Bt. Oh , ..rlca Hotel.
IAYE TE COUNTY FARR FOR SALE.
—502 acres in Wharton township, 40 unoer fencoWith
log house, etc.igood springs, coal and limestone ; on hall
the farm is fine timber land, and about 100 acres in meadow.
The soil b 3 good, well adapted for a stock or - grain farm, sit
nate at, 1% miles from lesyette Epriogs, 9 miles from Union
town, and 15 from Conneilsville, will be sold at a low pticp,
or exchanged for approved Western Lando.
ic B ' ' CUTIIBEitT So c,51 Illarket at.
1111DURE JAMAICA RUM AND HOLLAND
byte bottle or gallon, at
in the VW:3WD a.
SUN .UMBRELLAS.--Silk and Gingham
Ran llmbiellas, eriperior to Parasol>, for' gale atirely
R rates,, , at -7 '
jeB Market street.
DES GN.rchit3ctitral andDcborative
for designs pooneliog to Ook;31arblo And frolcoo,
prep= 1 1 / V. "t
ed b MALL ac CO.
DEMON on hand, er de ma to:o]
• der:by WIT. G. .7011N8T0 114
myl7 •• Stational+. 67 Wnad.W.-et•
16-1" Vas, la all colors, for Eiro
GPO IV. . MABffAIIoTA
No. 17 FIFTH .131'
J. if. n. PHILLIPS
J.:& U. puirairra,
26 and Di St Mir atrast