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P TYPE, and improved Machinery, to the MORNMIPOST
1031 OFFICE, invite t." -I : traction of Rail Road °Ens:
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tl Posters, Progi.....=cs, ko. for Concert:, Exhibitions and
Circiat4.- BALE' . A 001330.
BUSINESS CA EDS.
The .E-Deopf.e's Skwe Store-•
D. S. DIE PPENBAOHER & CO.,
Cheap Cash Dealers in all kinds of Fashionable
BOOTS, SHOES .111.9 - fiiiiiTEltS,
For Gentlemen, T. , '6" - .., Youths and Children,
No. 1? Firth Street, near Market,.
ocS PITTSBURGEf., PA.
I. 6. ?MALIN WE. J0=305 B. A. JOB:NEON
",PERREI t• 7. JOHNSON,
PropOtore of Childs .0 Co.'a
Patent. Elastic Fire and Water ['roof
133 )2.11110 srity,FT.
frIRDERS for ROOFING promptly and faith-1
N.„, telly elicer...*.ed, and all cur work warranted.
Roofing material always on hand, and for calo, with di- i
maim :a for ass. 2up'..tly
JOS. F. IFIA.M.II,TON (74 CO.,
FAIG.TaTE - 211.f; 411 I'D EI...A.CHIINISTS.,
CGITLIrr Of 1^...r.:. grit Lu:e. - s:,y struts' , .f"-.;listarrpds,: Pa.
QUPERIOR STEAM ENGINES fog Grist
t0...7 and Saw :Milo, I:rim:cries, Printing Eztabilehreents,
blannfactorie:, &a., male to order. They also continue the
' manufacture of their Celebrat.rd Machinists' Tools, each as
Turning Iztbes, Iron Planers, Boring and Drilling Machines,
In. Aim, Wroaz - ,iit Iron Shafting, with Pulleys, Baogcre.
Joist T1Z0 , "."....::?. r' ,, BrL. - ^ szo..v.fari
diOlt.':i 1'E1e , :"3.1.750N 2in. C..,
- P - OUSE PAINTERS, GLAZIERS AND
JUL on.,...tslatE, No. 135 Third street. SIGN PAL:TI
DO executed with r.estaaes and tiegaton. illimed Paints,
CDs. Turpentine, Varnish, .japan and English Patent Dry
era, Vide Mont aigne Zook, a very eoperior article; PhDs--
dein - ilia end iittebro‘gb Whitehead always on hand and for
sale. We aro prepared to grind colors for Painters, Drug
giant, or others, at the slioribt nocci, as wo have a 'Mill
which grind; by steam Pair,talre will save money 11 get
ting their colors ground with us. I . mrsly
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GOLD LiqD SILVER SPECTACLES,
or weighing rpir L, the c4eapest and bmt orticloa ever
brought to tLis city.
'IW-E.llOlllll :o,e. 2.ND BLETEEITIBS,
Varying In pried tram to $3) each.
tLauct at G_ y. SUAR
53 Flf./i greet.
c97.odte !data - aft.. F.zll.
U. 63. Z - A, J. 2AWIER,
PALM, TOILE I',
'AND ROSIN SOAPS
N 0.47 Wood str&ot, Pittsburgh, Pa.
JOHN EiBER & Ca;
FA. Nell DYERS AND SCOURERS,
X7'o. a at -root,
svaLi won IaTD /...MaraT
All kinds of Shawls, Dressos, Ribbons, and
every description of El,' and WottY.t.n Coady tructited at
Short notice, and on reasonabla terms lap2Ura
°face sealer of Weights and
THE OFFICE OF TELE UNDERSIGNED,
ALBS OF WEIGHTS AND irg A firth
Ilay be found henceforth, in Cherry alley, betti -, ,n Third
and Fourth atreeta, adhere urilerii way be lo
=irate • -
S. MAVEN'S la:tic Stellensjust
rir.df : r J earhetarioeiswre
Jae Naa. 31, 33 and 35 Market, street.
HE FRANKLIN ALMANAC FOR 1859.
a —This well-knov.rn and popular annual, formerly pub
lished by Johnston P. 6tockton, after a lapse of years, will
again thortiy be iSsuNi. The circulation" as formerly will
be :nude by tie,,selfillfal mathematician, Sanford Q. 11111,
Esq, Who will also prepare for its pages such reading mat
ter as wiil-make•jt an entertaining and instructive maga
zine. Dezides the reliable astronomical calculations, a new
and ingontoos table of time, an accurate method of drawing
meridian lines, and other matters of permanent value will
R:lrders of book-sellers and other dealers are solicited in
advance of publication, as but ono edition will be printed,
and orders will be filled acoording to priority.
JoaNsToN a 00.,
Pabil.hers, Printers, Etatinr.ero, and Wank. Book Mallen,
67 Wood street, Pittsburgh•
CEESE.-300 boxes good cutting Cheese
received and for sale by
iY2B HENRY H. COLLINS
STARCH. ---2 50 hazes Pearl Starch in store
and for eale by
Ir4ARD 01.14.—Wei have commended manu
factoring Lard Oil, and will be pleased to receive or
e for it. We trill warrant itequal to any Oil in the mar
get. We will All berreLfretnraed when Oared.
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No. AT Weed r4ed .
lON bbls. Onions for sale by
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PUBLISHED DAILY BY JAMES P. BARR, AT THE "POST BUILDINGS," CORNER OP WOOD AND FIFTH STREETS; AT ME DOLLARS PER ANNUM:
REPORT 01? TLIE CONDITION OF THE
FARMER'S UNION INSURANCE COMPANY,
At ATE( ENS, BRADFORD COUNTY, PA, Jan. 1, 1818, as
presented to the Stockholders, and made out in compliance
with the State Laws of New York, Ohio, Incliana,llllnois, &a.
The tame of the Company is the FAR3IRBIT UNION IN
SURANCE COMPANY, located at Athens, Pa. Chartered
April 13. 1863, by the Legttlatnre of Pennsylvnia. Charter
Cool Capital, which la all paid np
Surplus in aLldlnun thureto
Fift7-four Bonds and 51ortgag5s, ct
six and seven Cent. interest,
amounting in the aggregate to.-$152,315 Oe
Which snortpigns are or value•
hie and prod.ictive real e.tate,
principally farms., recorded and
trat liens, werth generally double
the amount and more than mutt
gagv.d for in each cote, and In no
rase leas than fifty It cent. mere,
,xcluaive of farm budding", and
ec. certified by the Recorders,
wilete recorded, to the and ton of
th-Otutes of OW.) and Illinois.
iiinr,teen siz l COWS. Bends amply
6,.•cured 47,645 00
Caen on hand and in Bank 6,440 12
Ca,b in hands of agents, and is
coarse of transmi,aior, secured
by bends with ...... .
Due en Waszs re-insured, is
Bills teneivabh3, viz: promlsi:ny
totes payable at bank and to the
Interest accrued, (principally Cue
January 1, 1558,)..
Safe and ofile.) Fixtares and Furni
IiCOOY3 POE FEL' rEi.S. H 57
Amount of Premineive.l during the
year $ 85,221 3
interest received during the year . 11,412 05
Aru't received from alt other eouroee... 2,4L0 00
Expenses for the year, ine:e.,ling
conirnis99.i , ria, ' , sissies, rests, rein-
eurance, printing, advertieing,
taxe3, and all other ompenste $ 19,190 tl3
Dividends paid daring the year 17,000 00
Lozses paid, which occurred prior
to Decemk!er 31, 1868
Losses pal which occurred during
the lea - 46,661 64
Loi es adjaEted and not duo (since
paid) $ 12,500 £9
Low incurred and in process of
1,0;5_ , e.3 reported, on which no action
Las been taken
ifoeacs resisted, on ground of
aces after tire, property transfer
red before loss, property toot not
cav, red Uy the Policy, Ac
--$ 8.9,407 00
Whole P.MOII tof risks talen during the year-5.5,429,862 00
Whole amount of rist at date 4,881,4;0 00
:•PLPZ Or PiNNSYLVANLI, COUNTY OP Bai-Dron, 8..
C. N. Shipman, PreslJ,ent, and J. E. Canfield, Secretary of
the runners' ,Tnfon Insurance, Company, peing severally
duly der.o..ie and er‘y, and each for hhreolf nays, Cant
the fortgoinr, i 3 a true, foil and correct statement of the
isfloirr - of said corpsiration, and that they are the above de
tieribeni ofhcers thereof. C. N. S9IP:!..U.N, President.
J. E. Cf. 1 , 1 FIELD, Secretary. . .
Suiscribi.l and sworn bef,,rn me, this 25th day of Jana•
cry, 1358, 11. O. BALI D, Justice of the Peace.
T. J. HUNT.E.It, !gent,
No. 50 Water etreet. Pittsburgh.
FT ttE INSURANCE,
Reliance .111cOlual Insurance Co
Oa BmLD11:03, LIMITED OR PERPETVAL, MEROHAN
DIGS, PITENITUELE, 1.0., IN TOWN OP. COUNTRY.
Office, 130. Walnut atreet.
CAPITAL, 01 77,928 —ASSETS, 9222,483 99.
Invested as follows, vir.
First Mortgage on Improved City Property, worth
double tne amount .$120,200 00
Pennsylvania Railroad Co.'s 0 per cent. Mortgage
Loan, $.30,020 coat :5,600 00
Allegheny County 0 per cent. Penn'a IL It. Loan. 10,000 00
Pennsylvania Railroad Co.'s 4,000 00
Stock of tho Reliance Mutual lusurancs 19,150 00
Stock of County Fire Insurance Co.. ..... ..... 1,0.50 00
Scrip of Sundry Insurance Llompaaies ......... 475 00
RBIs fteceivanle, business paper 52,711 00
Book Accounts, atcrnod interest, etc.. 8,836 19
Cash on band and in Pank 10,043 22
CLEId TINGLEY, President.
William R. Thompson,
David Si Brown,
John R. Worrell,
11. L. Careen,
Charles S. Wood,
damta S. Woodward,
mr3 North-east co,
Titt€lllNTS' Ii ERNCE COMPANY
Wm. V. PETTIT, i'rer:dent D. J. Ii'C.S.N.N, ifecreLary
dir...xant of Capital Stock paid in end Lirosted...s2oo,ooo 00
Surpla3 da,42.8 25
inrsircs Cargo c Cho Casio bad nisstastppi Rivers and
Latra,36 ar t - ainstlca ,, or damage by "ire,
Al2o, AgrArilt the Po:it,: of Lho talc! Inland
Di UN igutioa and Tray q.or wLion.
W .m. T. PL tzit, J. C. Ito:argon...ly, John M. PamrCy
a j. ,ll.c.Ctiitn, 11 V. Wlttnur, P. 011„ tinillon,
J. L. ‘..VLy...leton, juho A. :dsrahr. - ..11, Chat. 11. Wright,
John J. P.t.tere ,, u, hawc,(..,l I. l'u.soy.
WILLIAM V. BETTII.,
E. f. WITMER., Vitt Pre:Went
D. J. MoCANN,
In Phazde2plda': I Ira Praradlphic :
Selzer, Larth Et Co., I kitcintaitz, Justice Co.,
Truitt., Bro. & Ca., I Beck, *organ & Stldfole
A. T. Lsne c e., Pnatroy, Caldwell . Cc.
PITTSBURG D. OFFICE, .a O .
POIN WATEB. STRAganEET.
P.. IDEXTER, t.
ZUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
LOOK HATS W, CLINTON COUNTY.
CIIABSESED BY SHE LEGISLATURE OP PENNSYLVANIA
Grath Cilpital-.....-$300,000 Prolaiunt Notts-4132,243.
rrIIIS COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
. /. 1 Buildings., Merchandise, friroiturs, Bc., in town or
;lOU. JEW- J.Yearce, Ilan. G. C. Harvey, I Charles A. Mayer
Jelin D. Llall,Charles Crist, I Peter Dickimon,
T. T. Abrams, I) S. Jackman, W. White,
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110 N. O. O. HARVEY, President.
T. T. Aur-50:3,,. Vice President.
TZ.O3. EanilE.l. Secretary.
iaamucl 11. Lloyd, I Pr. J. B. Crawford,
A. A. Winegardner, , John W. Maynard, A. Updegraff,
L. A. Mact - ey, Lion. S Cameron, Jiimee Armstrong
A. White, . Thos. Bowman D.D, William Fearon,
James Quiggla Wm. Vanderbelt, Hon. Wm. Bigler,
' OFFICE--" !Wm.
i 5 PIPTLI STRET, PITISBUT.6II.
01.* J. A. LIPPERT, Agent.
r LIE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
4 CaUPANY, CI DELPFT A
Drariroza—Charles W. Bunker, Thomas 4lart, Tobias
Wagner Samuel Gzeut, It. Smith, Geo. W. Richards,
diordeci:i D. Lewis, Lurie, David 8. Browns, Hon
ris Patterson. thus. N. B2`IC3ES, President.
GIBS. G. Barn:Eau, Seorotary.
Continue to make ham: trance, porpetnal or limited, on every
dei."..-ription of property, in town and country, at rates as low
as are conalstent with security.
The Company have rete. rccd a large Contingent rand,
their capital and premiune, safely invested, af•
ford ample protoction to the 34.5 ared.
The Ataerti of tha Company, on January Ist, 1651, as pub
lished .24 . ,•reoaLly to an Act of AFz mbly, were as follows, via;
Mortgage :918,128 ea
Benite 84,877 :8
Temporary 83,968 1T
:Rocha. 61,889 PI
—... &Add 61
Toed $1,212,708 4.4,15
hince their incorporation., a period of twenty-ono years,
they have paid upward of One Million Four Hundred Thou.
Sand ossee by fire, thereby affording ovldenoe of the
advantages of innurauce, as well as the ability and diepoiltion
to meet with promptness all lisbWti Eß za.
J. GiltDIN GOYFIN, Agent,
(Mos. nortinet:2 cur. Wood and 'Baird dz.
WESTERN INSURANC.L COMPANY
v v OB Prrre.ButtO
F. M. Gormais, Secretary.
OT/lOU 42 Water street, (Spam.; It Co's Warehouse,) up
invareegalnct all hzind3 of • F. 32, MAIIIIMPIERS.
A Homo Institution, managed by Di- - ect;,r, who are Vie]]
known in the community, and who are detenniaed, by
promptnes3 r.ndlity, to =detain the rbaracter which
they have assumed,as offering the beet protection to thoe
who desire to be isured.
ASSETS; 00TOBRII E15t,1.157.
Stock Accounts, ............ .
°taco Furniture, ............
George Dante, R. LUller, Jr,
J. W. Buller, George.W. Jackson,
Jamey ncAuley, Alex. ilwer,
Andrew A.ekley, Wm. Hnig'ht,
Nathaniel Holmes, Alexander Nixelek,
D. IL Long, , 'firm. H. Smith, ...,
O. W. Rickst3:93, .. • F. ItLesaiDON..
: =Oil • ry.
111 li SO N . -I I I lbs Ootuitry :ii s . for :.: 0
13129 IPL aq " 4: A QQ,
LIFE. FIRE AND MARINE
F. A. RINISEUILY, Secretary.
,gyp-This Company makea exeryinsurance appertaining to
or connected with LIFE RISES.
Also against HULL AND CARGO RISKS on the Ohio
and Miselsaippi Riversand tributaries, and MARINE RISKS
And against Loea and Damage by Fire. and against the
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation and Transportation.
Pollutes issued at the lowest rates consistent with safety to
4 200,000 00
1 ID 48
' . 3,485 61
V 0,435 86
Wil -m Mneser.
Benjamin W. Tingley,
:lamb T. Bunting,
Wm. M. Semple, Pittsb'g
. FUNCHAL/OJ., d&Tetary.
SEYES COFFIN, Agent,
er Third and Wood streets.
.... $121,600 00
.- 9,478 04
.... 125,008 78
PITTSB . URGII
NO. 96 WATER STREET,
PITTS BUILGIT, PA.
EMERY GALWAY, President
AUL 13/31DLEY, Vico President.
Robert Galway, Samna NPOkritan,
Joeeph P. Ga=am, M. D., John Scott,
James Marshall, David Richey,
James W. Heilman, Charles Arbuthnot,
Alexander Bradley, Joseph B. Leech,
John Fullerton, N. F. hart,
David R. Chambers, Robert E. Bartley,
William Carr. Jno. Moilli. 0025
Eureka Insurance Company of Pennsylvania.
OPTION, NO. 99 WATER ST., PITTSBUD3H.
Assets—May 1, 1858
Stock, Due Bala—payable on demand and secured by two
approved names.— $ 76,890 00
Cash in Pittsburgh Trost Company 62,280 37
Premium Naas-- 62 993 80
Ma liecobrable 15,986 01
ra shares Exchange Bank Stock-coat 6,950 00
99 do Mechanics' Bank Stock—cost 5,490 83
300 do Iron City Bank Stock—amount paid. 7,500 00
200 do Allegheny Bank Stock— do do 6,000 00
Bock Accounts 13,251 34
J. H. Shoenberger, I G. W. Cos;
W. B. Nlmick, Isaac M. Pennock,
John A. Caughey, W. W. Martin,
0. W.Batchelor, It. P. Leech, Jr.
R. D. Cochran, David McCandless,
James J. Bennett, George S. Belden.
Wm. J. Anderson,l. H. 8
ROBT. PINNEY, Secretary.
CITIZENS' INSURANCE COMPANY
vacuim BAGALR?, President.
BAMUEL L. MARBECELL, Secretary.
OFFICE: 04 Water street, between Market and Wood ttrazta
W Lammas MILL AND CARGO RISKS, on the Ohio
and Mississippi Rivera and tributaries.
Insures against Load or Damage by SIRE.
Also, against the Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation
end Transportation. .
William Bagaley, Capt. Mark Sterling,
Parallel Rea, Samuel hi. Bier,
James M. Cooper, John 6. Dilworth,
James Pork, Jr., Francis Sellers,
limo M. Pennock. William B. Diva.
Springer •Harbangh, John Bhipton, J
Capt. Samuel 0. Young, Walter Bryant,
John Caldwell. jalr2
PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE
No. 149 Chesnut Street,
Opp :site the Cmitom Donee.
WILL MAKE ALL KINDS OP INSU
RANCE, either Perpetual or Limited, on every
description of Property or Merchandise, et reasonable rates
ROBERT P. RING. President.
N. W. BALDWIN, Vice President.
Charles Hayes, E. 8.. Oope,
E. B. English, George W. Brown,
P. B. Slivery, Joseph B. Paul,
C. Sherman, John Clayton,
B. J. Alagargee, EL Wilor.
P. BLacatacazig, Secretary.
J. C. COFFIN, Agent,
JyUy Corner Third and Wood streets
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS.
Corner Irwin Street stud Duqueauo Wcay,
B. D. MARKER, - - - PROPRIETOR,
(Formerly of the "Marker House," Blairsville, Pa.)
TH E SCOTT HOUSE IS NOW COM
PLETED AND OPEN FOR GUESTS. It is situated
in a central part of the city, being convenient to all Railroad
Depots and Steamboat Landings.
The House wes built in UN, with all modern improve
ments, andfdted up in splendid style—the entire Furniture
being new—and will in every reepect be a first class LioteL
Zito STABLES are attached to the premises. jel2y
Br ELI YOUNG, FIFTH STREZT.
744: 520 3/1 The attention of Idercharits,.;„
and others is directed to this' '
establishment, 'which has been recently flitted
np for the purpose of affording a SUBSTAN-
TIAL EATING UOUSE IN A CENTRAL LOCATION?
Conn - ay folks attending market are particularly invited to
call. Everything pertaining to an EATING SALOON will
always be found, of the freshest the market affords.
A. LOWRY, Proprietor,
arraer Hain street and Youghiogheny River,
Near the Railroad Depot
WEST NEWTON, PENN'A.
TiIIE ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW IN COLT
PLislTlal order fur the reception of vialtera. It is beau
tituLlo located on the banks of the Youghiogheny river, and
can be reached every day from the city by the Oonuellsvillo
Kaiiroad. Thoroonts are large, airy and well furuLshocLand
the could be no pleasanter placo for a few weeks summer
residence In the country. A few families can be accommo
dated. Terms moderate. Address A. LOWRY,
mr2s:tf West liewton, Pa.
THE NiTiONAL SALOON,
Under Foster's; New fiattonal Tneatrep
D. BARNARD, - - - PROPRIETOR,
tJAS FITTED UP IN A TASTEFUL
and comfortable stylo, the larga centre stare in the
ODD FELLOWS HALL. Bath alreet, as a FIRST CLASH
ILESTAURANT AND ►ALOON. Ravin had many years'
experience in the buiduess, he is prepared to supply the best
the market, affords. Ml 3 Bar will be furnished at all times
with the best WINES, LIQUORS AND ALES. The en
trance to the Saloon, is in coo centre of the Hall, and re
freshments. will, be furnished stall times, DAY and NIGHT
COR. PENNA AVENUE 4 THIRD ST.,
WA.SIIINGTON, D. 0.
A. F. BEVERIDGE PROPRIETRESS.
H. W. KANAGA.
U. S. HOTEL,
Oppoette the Penna.. Ratiror.d Depot,
ILAILRIBRUP.G, PA. Den
PORtIDRLY 11. S. HOTEL,
.1 it XF:S SHANNON, Proprietor.
THISTOUSE IS LOCATED ON THE
canter of PENN and WASHINGTON Streets, between
the CENTRAL AND WESTERN RAILROAD DEPOTS, and
has undergone a thorough Improvement, remodeled and
furnished with new furniture, end is now the most conve
nient Hotel in Pittsburgh, for Travelers by Railroad, Dud
or West rayfkly
1%41 - ANSION HOUSE, GEORGE AJJRENTZ
.....th'ormxvon. No. 344 Liberty street, Just beeide the
l'essenger Depot of the Pennsylvania Railroad, which makes
It the meat convenient house in the city fur passengers arri.
ving by that road.
Eirhe proprietor having, at omusiderable srperum, fitted tp,
In excellent style, the JiANSIDIV flUUdri, would respect
fully solid! a share urpnblio patronage. Thera is attached
n splendid STABLE and extensive WAGON YARD, afford.
Ing ample accommodation to travelers and teamsters. Me
Larder and Bar will be tarnished with the best the market
can alrord. febLy
Excelsior Restaurant, e l eo
• ~•-•• Na 111 WOOD Street, •
WHOLIcqATR AND RETAIL WIELDER L^l LAZE AND
The underslgne.l tiasjust received from the Eastern mar
ket, selected With grtht care,
Viva,T, HALIBUT, HADDOCK,
FRESH COD FDDI,, EASTERN SUN FISH,
SEVERAL VARIETIES OF LAKE FISH,
New York Prince's Bay, Egg island,
Egg Itarbor, Shell Oy
The finest ever brought to this city. Every delicacy of the
season served up at the EXCELSIOR RESTAURANT•
A,T . CLAIR HOTEL, corner Penn and St.
Clair streets, Pittsburgh, Pa..: The undersigned, fernier
ly of " Brown's Hotel," having taken this large and commo•
dious ROMA, and having refitted it in magnificent style,
would respectfally Invite his friends and the traveling public
to give him a call. Assured, with the convenience of the
Qom and his long experience in the business, te.,o a n give
entire sad:emotion, and his charges moderate.
fotia Whi. 0. OONNELLY.
'Lippincott, Shorten & Pearson,
NO. 104 WOOD MEMO, MR arra
2ilkw-ANUFACTURERSOF TRUNKS, Va
-7-, uolv, "Vat and Bonnet Boxes, ladles Traveling
T r u *meet Sage, as.; keep constantly as hand e laws
stock: e'aresprepered to do a wholesale trade, and bay
ing %Whim to Wu out good stock at reduced prices, we
maid invits eta Call and examine car goods kr
DitergaildS • Mk
PITTSBURGH, FRIDAY, JULY 30, IS6B
•"? -41;,=: , ••
• , „A'r
BOOKS 3ND STATIONERY
OBERT A. LOOMIS,
(sticxxwor to B. T. C. Morgan,)
STATIONXR. AND DEALER IN BOOKS, PERIODICALB
No. 41 Flab stroct, Pittetunglt,_ Pa.
MIFF tuidersigned have entered into Co-
Partnerahlp, undrt , tho stylo of Wm. 0. Johnston A Co.
kiAMIJEL R. JOHNSTON, JR.;
WILLIAM G. JOETSTON.
Pittsburgh, September G,1867.
E.. E. JOW-15701; JS r)t.
welt.3ol-IBIST. 3 jr.. Co..
QTATIONERS, Blank Book Manufacturers,
13 and JOB PRINTERB, No. 57 Word etreet, between
Third and Fourth, Pittsburgh, Pa. se3o
TOBACCO AND SEGARS.
di- D. 11.INETIART,
ELLTMCFrIif U.S 6HD
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND'CI(UARS
3 02 , 0. , A.
Board of 12 Trustees—Baoalty of 14 Teachers
300 STIMONYG ATTU:IDM., J ANUA RV, 185S
roung Men Prepared for Acturd Thilit4 of the Chunting Rom
NSTROCTION GIVEN IN SINGLE
and Double• Entry, Book,Keeping, as mod in every de•
partment of Business. Commercial, Ari t I imetic, Rapid 1.3 nal
ness Writing, Mercantile Correspondence, Commercial Law,
Detecting Counterfeit Money, Politict.l Economy, Elocution,
Phonography, and all other entqocts neoessary for the thor
ough education of a practical business man.
C. SMITH, A. M., Pr,,fitor of Book-Keeping and
Balance of Accounts.
J. A. HEYDRICK and H. A. HUTSON, Assistant To=h
ors of Bookaeeping.
ALEX COWLEY, A. T. DOUTMETT, and IL A. UTSON,
Professors of Penmanship—twelve first pr.:animus over all
competition for best Pen and Ink Writing,
Ilßiro AND NO: 107. ENGRAVE) WORE, 'VA
J. 0. PORTER, Prot or liathemutica.
Terms, —Pull cottrac, time r.niimited, on for et cap time
—s3s. Avert:lgo t.me. Bto I'~ wtKti3. licard about $'2,Z)O.
Entire cost, $OO to $7O. urn•°aateJ cish;tud in obtaining
tritnßiion. bpocirueus of unoqualind writing and CieCithrt:
aunt free. Addrein, F. W. JENKINS.
mr.2o Pitt3l)nrgb. Penn,tylcanf,
Safely a k iad Economy fin
WHY WILL YOU BURN U212 , 1P.U.1:,NE
AND FLUID, when yon can get a cLe,:ar end but
ter light. Pare Kerosene Oil, made from the z„,:a
Ocal, produces the cheapest, unAt tittradg, pleß=lnt
and eats portable light eve: offered to Ole public, am: oo
danger of emplo.vion; more h.:HU:tut than gas; cud (rite an
cheap; Lampe of the cad eaeily managed cou
*traction. For sale by T. D. .a. ly. HODRINSON,
No. Smith& street.
%a. Beware of a conutor:elt tlre&lr la the umrket, wade
from Camehene. w.th I to cent I!. !f,,V:ly
COOKING BY GAS
A WORD TO THE LADIES.
PTIHE HEATED TERM IS APPROACH
INU, and we call the attention of the LadiL ❑ in the
COOKING, IRONING, ETC.:,
Can be done with economy, withont opureosivo beat,
out soot, and with despatch—tho flro lining always res._ y in
a moment—by using
Musgrave's Gas ()bolting St.s.vs,
To which we v.:spectrally invits your attem,.,a, at No. 76
Smithfield. street. S. A. JoatisAN nr.o.
County and City Pdghtg for 61, ai.)l49:a
A 11" RES' VA 4
, 1 0 arta
coNFEcTIo et 7 c
N U T 1 iJ L 4 , C U N •2.
TION, OuNlf E U
00 NFECTI U N
The most pleasant, safe and otExtnal Worm Remedy now
Prepared and sold, wholeeale and Filial', by
ANGDLL & HAFT,
Oor. Wood and nth ets., PithMargh, Pa,
And sold by Drag-des uerorldi.F. Ind
CHARLES LIVERY STABLES.-
0..) The undersigned tirs bought the lease
of the above named Stables, t0..'i.;a...A4,110V
- , gether with a portion of the exteu-
..vo otock of Horace and Carriages,
late the property of James Mathews, deceased. In addition
to the stock before-mentioned, he has also added a number of
POT HORSES, BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
'which were formerly employed at his Livery Stables in
Third, below Wood street. As he gives his personal atten
tion to the business, a continuance of the r.dronage which
he hes hitherto received frcrt peblfc is solicited.
St. Ukthxioa Livery Stables.
N. B.—A HEARSE and any number of CARRIAGES can
thane be procured for Bunertile. de2
PHE CHEMICAL OLIVE ERASIVE
SOAP, manufactured by B. C. A J. iI. Sawyer, re
reeelves the preference over all other nick ever offered for
Its advantages over other Soaps era :—let. It is cheaper
to use, oue pound being equal to three of common rosin
Soap. 2d. Half the time need only be occupied iu washing
when this Soap is used in piece of other Soap. 31. Labor
in washing can be nearly dispensed with, as the clothes
will require little if any rubbing., thus avoiding their wear
on the wash-board. 4th. I.:oiling the clothes Is unneckEeiary
when this Soap is used, and hard or salt water 91n.:crera
equally as well as soft. bth. Printers, Maxi/inlets Painters
and others, Sod 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 wash-board, the following diraetions should be followed:
Per the washing of eight or ten of a family, take one
pound of Soap, cut it into shavinga, cud dissolve In one
gallon of hot water; put the clothes Into a tub containing
about ten gallons of warm water; pour in the dissolved
Soap, and stir thoroughly. Let them soak twenty to thirty
minutes, wring out, and rinse in warms water once, cold
water twice. A very dirty wrist-band, or;tam or grease
spots, may require a slight rubbing, but otherwise the
clothes will come out clean and white, without rubbing or
boiling. Cold water may be need in place of hot, requiring
about double time in soaking.
,ffa• Observe our name on each bar.
For sale, in any quantity, at our warehouse, No. 47 Wood
street, and et our works, apposite the Round il.ollBo, Penn
sylvania avenue. B. 0. B J, IL SAWYER,
e 21 Nu. 47 Wood street.
_Bu CKW E A'f FLOUR.-20 sacks Buck
wheat Pour, 50 1:5 each, lan received and for &ale
by I. 4 .4OCANDLESS, MEANS CO.,
fo2o Cornet Wood and Water street!.
FLooa.--25 bble. Superfize Flour received
and for gain by IicCANOLFISS, IEAN a CO.,
fe2o Corner Wood and Wator athlete.
EMIGRANT RIFLES.—A moist desirable
KEW cheap weapon, at BOWS a
LARD. -A prime article pi" :fro. 1 Lard, in
barrels and kegs Just received and for sale by
I.IcOANDL.ESS, MEANS k CO.,
Ja2.3 Cerner of Wood and Water streets.
25 bags Pimento;
100 " Grain Pepper, just repaired and_ for sale
by MILLER A lIICKETPON.
nirfib - `z-or. 731 end I,lb?orr
NEW ARRIVALS.—We aro taking into
store, (129 Wood street,) an imtuease stock, of fine
Paper for Jobbing purposes ' • also, Letter, and Note ;
li4tvelopos in great variety; Manilla Papera, of every size,
and ea cheap as they can be bought in the East, where we
offer wholesale or retail, very low for Ceeh.
apt JNO. Li. PER:SINS .2 CO.
AI4_AKE FlSH.—Whito Fish, Trout, Salmon,
and Pickerel constantly on hand, a ftill stock to supply
the wholesale trade, by [my6l IthNRY H. COLLINS.
ORANGES. -300 bu. sweet, just -reeeived
and for sale by REYM ANDMISO'N',
No. 89 Wood easel,
Oppealta the Et. Charles Hotel..
BROOMS. -100 dos. Extra Corn Brooms
on hand and for sole by
alp 2 B. C. J. R. SAWYER.
nUSI'ER TRIIVIAIINtizi—Drab and Gray
Daater Ilinding and Tarzela, Just opened at
Jod. HORNET B, Tr Market Arcot.
MEW STEEL SPRING SKIRTS—Of the
11 moist graceful shapes, on hand at HORNE'S,
myB 77 Market street,
EED SWEET POTATOES.-20 barrels
1/..J Seed Sweet Potatoes, receivedand for sale by
.1101Efs A. FETZER,
C11"13 ER Market and Pirst stmetn.
IICKLES.-6 bbls. Cucumber Pickles, re
calved and for sale by JAMES A. FETZER,
fe2o Corner 'Market and First streets.
DERFIIMERY. —Lubin's, Bazin's,
.XL. Wright's, Glenn's and Harrison's Extracts for the
handkerchief, constantly on hand at
RICE AND RICE FLOUR.;
Silver O ki Starch ;
' Baker's Cocoa and Emma;
Fresh Cocoa Shell
Received and for age at
IILYNIFS' TEA STORE,
.: • . - . 88 Fifth stmt.
Ti •Dft I P SEED CANDLES.—
.. 600 boxes Hydraulic+ Pressed Mould Candles, made
crr far lineurbar use, on ba
8. ud aad
farFL sale by
0.6 J. 114WillE.
ALL fitk-m. OP
No. V.:9 WOOD STREET
. - .
Corner Diamond and Market at.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
CU'rIIBERT & SON'S OFFICE, No. 51
Market street, for the sale and purchase of Real
Estate, renting houses, attending to insurance and repairs,
obtaining loans on bonds, mortgages, 4c,; making convey
ances, deeds, bonds, &04 writing letters and corresponding
with parties abroad, &c. oclB
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
RXPAZZIIOII3.-31essr0. Hanna, Garreteon 8 Co., Robert
Parka, Req. iYILY
REAL ESTATE AGENT, NO. 50 WATER STREET,
Ran for !ale Lands in Illinc.ia, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Michigan and lowa. lie will exchange Lands in Wisconsin,
,tc., for Pitti,urgh inauufaaur,e, and aloe for city property.
All letters of it a uiry anawured gratis, by e.ddresAng me BB
PRoI'L'R'PY FOR SALE OR RENT.
4 4. GRIST MlLL—Three run of stones and
4:11„ all the madhlnery complete, corn and Lrob cracker,
all in good order, with a dwelliug house, stable and
two luta of ground, situate to South l'ittabargh,aud will bo
sold on very easy t,raii by 8, Cllrussur & SON,
el i 51 Market street..
LAWRENCE COUN Y BONDS w.ANT
ED, iu exchangt , for laud.
api2 S. CITITIV r iIS. I 2 Pt SON, 51 Market at.
ASTEAM MILL is complete running or
waii dwelling tionna, eLc., near the city, for
WESTKIIN LANDS of good quality, f:r
utile or exchitav, for Leaf Estate in the city
8. CUTHBERT fi SON, 51 Merko et.
14 -1 2aillLY RESIDENCE FOR SALE—A
valuable propurty of 150 foot front on Coviugtam at.,
14‘serenceville, by 10..) deep on Washingtca street to Cherry
alley, Brick Dwelling Llouae of 7 rooms well arrsuged,batt
room, Forth, well of water sum pump, stable and coal house,
titclom range, etc. Thu rooms are newly pointed and pa
perce, ahade and fruit Croce, grape arbor, groat variety of
dowers, etc.; good •ling feoco. Tho &Joy., offers a good
opportunity to It a o mpleto and pleaaant I - wider:Leo
Price low, and terms accommodating.
S. QUITIBERT a SON,
Rohl Estate and General Agents,
GI Market street.
SHE SIZE of the cheap Building Lots
far gab, by B. CUTLIBERT In 30 by WO fast.
Location—Near the roltrual 1it,1600, Ean. Liberty.
Price—Prom c 075 to $4OO each.
Terms—One.l73nrth in hand; remainder at ni:c yearn
The Plan can be teen at the heal 'Entine urn,:e, 51 Market
I_EAR IT IN MIND, that the East "db
l." erty Lots are offerEA et such prices, and on such easy
tera.s, as to make a home easily to be obtained.
Bear lt In Lulu.!, that th-y frolic on wi.le .itro2ta, are of
easy access by railr,.nd, and ore very dc,...tr hSIItIOLiS for
Bear ft in mind, that the plan of the lots 11 to be seen at
El !MARKET STR'sIET.
;i 4 OR SALE.-SEVENTY TIIOUSAND
_L. ACRES of choi'e Prairie and Timber Lund, situated
iu N,rtnern Io a and Southern Minnesota, embracing the
finest lot of farming lands ever offered in this market, as
they are located-conveniently to Mills. Towns and lines of
Pamphlets containing information at value to
emigrant, and citalogurA giving location, descr , ption and
prico bf the land, with a brief deseriptim oe the counties
which they are laratod, can to h=d atiou at our
°nice, and they will be se, t free by mail to p,•rsuae sending
lib their iiddruss. WILLIAM FltAZ113:11 5t CO.,
uly:6:tf Jones' Building. No. 67 Forirth street.
.E'.'4 DOLLARS IN HAND, will socuro a
-IL nniming f. o t of 25x1U0 ft,t on Vt. , rVit , Gingtoxi.--
Price, sloo—slo to hand, rorattir..cfrr to ,ti!t. purchaser. Al
Ey, o Lot of 50x1.00 feet for s7.so—s,:;i n howl, balaocii , in
payments to suit purchaser. S. CUTLitI;!IIT a SUN,
je23 „ 61 Slarkot street.
- 1 0 ACRES of Land and a comfcrtaldo
eftw.te near the Wo,hington Tt:rupilu;, nt
r..bont 3 mile 3 from Junes' Ferry. will be 1d on eztly tern a.
I.orn,dMte por.3eselon. i. CUTEIBEItT fi 60N,
LOT OF CIROZT.ND in Eat Liberty, near
thA Railroad station 30 by 100 feet will be cold for
one-fourth in hand, remainder at six pars' credit.
ti curilBERT & SON.
rny29 51 Market street.
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
Corner of Fourth and Smithfield Streets,
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT
ho has received his Spring Assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS,
Of the newest styles, best quality and most elegant descrip.
note, which he Is prepared to manufacture to order In the
And with such a character of workmanship, as cannot fail
to satisfy and please the most fastidious tastes, (myln
DISSOLUTION OF • PARTNERSHIP.-
The firm of 11.1WORTEI BRO. St BROWNLEE wan,
on tho , Bll of May, IEISB, dlasolved by maim' convent, by tip)
withdrawal of JEHU 11A.WORPII from the above firm.
The accounts of the late firm will be scaled by HAWORTH
JIARI HAWORTH, in withdrawing from the above
limn, kindly thanks his former patrons and also the patrons
0, the late firm, for the very liberal patronage ho has re
ceived, and would kindly recommend them to hia snrcesmrs,
HAWORTH & BROWNLEE, ac they are determined to sell
et low figures, having a vary large assortment of GIIEAP
UROOLItLES, WINES and LIQUOitS on hand.
L DAVID HAWORTH and JANIS BROWNLEE
have this day asaociated together, and will continuo on the
ntrinesa at the OLD STAND, corner of Diamand and Dia
mond alley, under the style of IIAWORTH k BROWNLEE,
where they hove to receive that patronage so Litman • given
to the old firm, B 3 they are determined to sell 011EAPEll
than any other Store in the city. myl2
k s ,y 100 barrels " Choice" Gulden Syrup;
16 do " Peoua." Pint Quality dyrnp;
Jut received and for sale 1y
NEW FABRICS IN DRESS GOODS.-
A. A. MASON & CO., .foie., NO. 25 Fifth Street,
re now opening rich
And a splendid pelection of SPRING BRAWLS. apl
EED SWEET POTATOES.-15 barrels
Ly Seed Sweet Potatoes for sale cheap to clmo consign
.1 - 10;APOUND SYRUPS or PHOSPtiATES,
CHEMICAL FOOD—This preparation is not in
tended es a popular cmedy, but Is respectfully submitted
CO the MAical Fecnity as a nutritive tonic, well suited to
supply :no waste of elementary matter during the progress
of der ‘;.ic cases, particularly in Dyspepsia and Consump
tion. This preparation is pleasant to the eye, agreeable to
the tsste, and greatful to the stomach, and does not naus
eate by protracted 11.99. sold wholesale and ietell by
je22 Corner Diamond and 3larket street.
(101.11+1TRY BACON.-1000 IbB. Country
J Ea on, Jag received and for argot
JAMES A. YETZER,
Corner Market and First streets
11ROOM. CORN.-3 tons first quality reo'd
and ft, anln lir imrEl TTPIVRY fl . r 0,11158.
FANCY F.RENCII BASKEati—A nice
anaortment PM opened, ElOitNl-n 4 ,
ingB 77 Morb.ct
WIN DOW LASS.—An assortment of
Country Glass, assorted eir.e.9, for Bale by
WM.. U. F.}IITH fi co,
118 &pond,. and 147 Yirst. al:roots.
DSOP. SHADES.—GoId bordered,
W Tain and fancy. Also, Shade Trimmings, 1.c.,
always on hand at and for sale cheap by
J. a 11. PHILLIPS,
in 29 28 and 28 St- Clair street.
TNDIA RUBBE' HOSE.—From t inch to
a 10 Inches In diameter. A largo supply just received
at the India Rubber Depot of J. 8 H. PHILLIPS,
my 29 23 and 21. St. Clair street.
NVALL PAPERS.—Waa Papers of all
[Audi for sale at rodnced prime, by
W. P. MAbSHALL ft CO.,
VINGLISH GLASS INKSTANDS—Cat
~.‘4l and pr.s . sod, with (Him and Bronze Topa.
W. S. HAVEN, Stationer.
14APS OF THE DIFFERENT STATES
lowa, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Nebraska and Kansas,
hiscoarl, Kentucky and Tonneeee, Virg- Lila, etc, for sale by
J. B. WELDIN,
Bookseller and Stationer,
No. 63 Wood street, near Fottrtti.
B LAVENDER FLOWERS, for sal
by B. L. FAHNESTOOK 0130. 7
jel2 No. BO cor. Wood and Fourth stmt.,.
DRIED PEACHES—I 2 sacks choice bright
dry Pooches received and for gale by
JAS. A. FETZER,
Corner Market and Pint eta.
CIIIEESE.--200 boxes W. 11.; -
225. " English- Dairy Chows, for
(foil SENDS EL COLLINS.
TIM APPLES.-50 bags . ;
150 bbl 3. Dry Apples, for, tale
je22 -, EOM- H. .00ILLEND., .
20 bblo. b
REN APPLES.-- mwire mug
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=Aar the you of Dr. Halikll 2 _2 krzwri
pa l for ad, tqf
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ILILLIII Er. RTOKETBON,
Nos. 221 and 2V.. Liberty atrot
Or u Indica,
JAS. A. RETIES,
Corner Market and First at nets
OS AND MIIS
THE BALANCE OF MY SPRING STOCK
FROM THE MANUFACTORY OF
CHICKERING & SON'S,
Consisting of SIXTEEN of their new Seven Octave and
Six and a MIIf Octave Pianos; have Just been received, and
new ready for examination at the warerootna of the nib-
CRIOKREING A SONS' PIANO FORTES are not furnished
by them to any other hone in this city, and all orders mast
be directed to the enbscriber.
JOHN' H. DIRT.LOII,
No. 81 Wood attest,
Sole Agent for Chickering ec Sons' Pianos,
tor Pittsburgh and Western Petuusylvanla.
FULL GRAND PIANOS! trtA7
PARLOR GRAND PIANOS 11
AND NEW STYLE SQUARE PIANOS,
Mom the Mannfactrry of onadicraurrei a, SONS',
flowrou, Jnet received from the manufactory of Ohiokering
t Sons' Boston, the following desirable and elegant Stock o
their PIANO FORTES :
One Fail seven octave Grand Piano Forte, with superbly
carved case. Price 4800
One till seven octave Grand Piano Forte, elegant Rose
wood case. Prtco .4700
One Now Farlor Grand seven octave Piano :marl v equal
in power to a full Grand, and "occupying only the
room of an ordinary square Piano. Price POO
Two fall carved Rosewood, Louis SlVth, seven octaves,
with carved Desk and Feet work.
Two Rosewood 131.1V011 octave—Clifford style.
Two Roedwood. carved mouldings, seven octave.
Four Rosewood, plain round corners, seven octave.
Three Walnut, plain round front corners, seven octaves.
Four Rosewood " 44
All of the above are of their NEW SCALE,and with fall
Iron frames, and their new Patent Action.
These Instruments have been finished specially for the
subscriber, and will be warranted to purchasers. For sale
at their r,iirced prices. JOHN H. MELLOR,
No. 81 Wood street,
Sole Agent for Chickering & Sons'.
CII4IIIEB LEWIS ALDERMAN
And Lx-Oilicio ,itudace of the Peace,
OFFICE ON TIIE CORNER OF WYLIE
AND Izlrrn :STBRETS..
Ail connected with this office will be attended to
with pron4 , t. COl.ll faucas cif all kinds done with legal
ai:coracy--,0 - ii so 1 . ...ed5, Aiortgages, Bonds, Powers of At
i,urney, te. Titleo to it.ml Estate examined.
To the minabers of the Bar he tender, his serviced as Com•
misaioner to fake Depoeirious to be road in the several Courts
of this State, end elsewhere. His office is one of the main
Police Stations of the city; nd consequently his facilities in
ilecntlna basinorsof tlaot kind ore very desirable. I feltaly
TAMES S. 1100 N, ALDERMAN, EX
s? OFFICIO JUSTICE OF TIIE PEACE, AND POLICE
ALIGISTEATE—Office, No. 09 Grant street, nearly oppo
,:ite the Conrt llouse, Pittsburgh, Pa. Deposition, Acknow
:edgmenta and Prosatoa taken; the Records examined,
Dt , ede, Bowie, Mortgages, Wills. Leases, Articles of Agree
!neat, and of Partnership, Letters of Attorney, etc., etc"
drawn op at short notice; Marriages Solemnized, and all
business in the line of hid official duties, promptly attended
to. (Alice hours, from 7% .s.. u. to 1 P. on, and from 2
ceOp x. aptly.
DEMONS GOING WEST, who desire to
purclupe goof farming lands, are,informed that wo
bac° for aslo 662 acres of land by Boonenounty, lowa. Also
645 acres of land in Franklin county, will be sold on easy
terms by S. OUTERM & SON,
myls 51 Market street.
OIGARS 1 CIGARS I—l have received this
'kJ day a large lot of genuine imported Ilavana cigars, of
the old and well known " Seneca" brand. Those wishing a
hoz of good cigars should call dud examinomy stook before
purchasing elsewhere. JOS. FLEMING,
Jet Corner Diamond and Market et.
zo cases N. Johnston .t Bona Med*, Claret Wino;
10 " " " 84 Julien Claret Wine
60 " 0. 0. St. Julien Claret Wino, in store and for
mile by MILLER & BICKETSON,
myl.B Nos. 2'22 and 223 Liberty eldest.
CIEMICAL OLIVE SOAP.-1000 boxes
Chemical Olive El aolve Soap, on hand rad for Bale by
j el 110. & J. H. SAWYMI.
©COY.-10 casks Country Baoon S
dere, Sides and Hams, Just received and for eels by
JAS. A. FETZER,
my 26 Corner Market and iilrrt "treat&
INDIO 0.-2 oases Manilla Indigo, just re
l. calved and fur Bale by
mylB MILLER & RICIEEMON.
DRIED APPLES.-50 bush. Bright Dried
Applea just received and for eels by
JAS. A. FETZER,
Corner Market and Second eta.
OPONGES.—' I have just received a large lot
Supezior Batting Sponges, of every size and price.
Those wishing s good article in this line, should call and
examine stool-. before purchasing elsewhere.
Bonier Diamond and Market stroet.
10 bales Bordeaux Almonds;
2 " Paper Shell "
60 bags Filberts;
30 Cream Nuts ;
30 " Pecan "
2000 bus. Ground "
" Just recaved and for
REYMER a ANDERSON,
No. 39 Wood street,
Opposito she St. C'harleEi
‘ I TOCKINGS, GLOVES, MITTS, ETC.
L., Suitable for the approaching hot season on hand by
jug JOS. HORNE, 77 Market Street.
LASS.--500 boxes Salt), 9x12 end 10x12,
for 231 e. by !eML HENRY H. HOLLINS.
Carde, Freight Bills,
Circulars, Bray Receipta,
Bill Heads, Labels,
Railroad Receipts, Bills Lading,
With every other description of Job Printing, executed
with promptness and et fair prices.
J. R. WELDIN,
Printer and Blnd..r,
m y3l Wood street, near Fourth.
12 ACRES of choice land, with good im
provements, near the city, for sale on easy banns by
S. OUTLIBEET k SON,
jelo 5l market etreat.
IatIIILDING LOTS, on six years' credit, for
AP alb) by B. 01771113L5T SON,
el° 61 Market street.
DALLS BALLS! BALLS!—A large as
sortment of Foot, Solid and Bat Belle, knit received
and for wholesa.o ani retail, at the India Rubber
Depot. 28 and 23 St. Clair street,
m y J d J. di H. PHILLIPS.
- LIANS 1 FANS! I—Palm Fans by the case,
id: down, or single. at ilastern prlats,vrith other varieties
of Fanny Fans, for sale at HORNE'S,
J e t
CENTRAL BANK. OF PENNSYLVA
NIA.—Notice to hereby Oren that the CENTRAL
BANK OY PENNtIYLVANIA, at Hollidaysburg, wdl bo
upon far business on WEDNESDAY, the 18th Rust.
JeT JOSEPH BROWE a Cashier.
60 barreiß Extra No.l Lard Oil;
20 " No. 2 Lard OIL on hand and for rale,
ty [121313 . 1 B. C. & J. XL SAWYER.
JAVA COFFEE.—Ju=t received a lot o'
Atrietly pure Old Gov,ramout Java Coffee: 81 40, La
inzyra and Rio Coffai, at JAYNES' TEA STOitE,
Idi 88 FM street.
DIIRE BLACKBERRY AND CHEER'
BRANDY, for medicinal purposes, at
HAWORTH & BROWNLEE'S,
.165 in the Diamond.
ROOK RESTS—Made of Mahogany and
well finished. for sale by W. S. HAVEN,
DILL AND COLLECTION BOOKS-A
Largo assortmont alway s on hand, or wade to order.
W. B. HAVEN,
Corner Market and,second streets.
T . A.WYER'S SEAL PAPERS - Variona
..L.4 sized and colon always on hand. at"
W. EC HAVEIst'S,
Corner Market and Second sta.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Cheaptfor Cash, at the well known store of
JOSEPH H. BOWAN%
98 Market at, second door from Fifth.
CIUM A -1- S, Port., Folios, Desk 'P:
NA Bookers Owe, Port Woman, end Pooket Booksi tor
Bala by W. B. EIAVPIIPS,
aplq Corner Market, and Second streets.
EL IINNYOSA HS.-300 :etlutabluthel
Gunny Backs, new and in goociliidaini st • sale by
Corner lint and Firalrat street*.
'CIAES NUTS.--5 barrels it received
thia day, and for sale by
DEMUR A ANDERSON,
No. 139 Wood atraet,
ukliN Opposite at. Oinks Wel,
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE CONSTANT
LY on hand a complete stock of
00517BELLI 0 IN PART OP
P - initMm() ISM ZVLL gQiIITZENTS A.1...#110 . 11T NOWA,
BILK AND BUNTING - FLAGS MADE TO ORDER,
31.10. B. AILWADDEN Op SOL.
05 MARKET STREET.
No. 7'4 Wood street, Pittsburgh,
- ETAS JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM
WALDRON & GRIFFIN'S
CORN AND . GRAM SCIIII3,
CORN HORS ;.; PATENT AND COMMON ANVILS; STROM
Trace, very =parlor Drawer Loris, very pert Gni
Locks, Tinned and Enamelled Sauce Pans, B g Spoon
Brass Candlesticks, BrasaC,ocks, Brass Stair Rods, Braces and
Bits, Measuring Tapes, Superior Waiters, Curry Combs,
Teases, Coil, 'Fifth, Tooiraen,Strotchand Breast Chaim', vial
a variety of other goods, all of which will be sold at ined•
orate terms. ap
JAMES MILLING AR, MONONGAHELA
PLANING MILL, would respectfully inform the publis
that he has rebuilt since the fire, andAaving enlarged lna
establishment, and flied it-with the newest and most ap
pre'ved machinery, la now prepared to furnish flooring and
planed boards, Ecrowl sawing andresawing, doom, midland
shutters, kiln dried, frames, niouldinge, box making, &c.
South Pittsburgh, September 7, 1857. reel°
GENTS' SHOES AND GAITERS.
4110 E STORE,
No. 17 EMU ET.
TINDOW ULASS.-5000 yards from 2
to 6 inch inch diameter, for atde oy
EANS.-25 bble. white Beans for sale b
JA$. A. FETZER,
27 Corner First and Market stn.
E LA RUE NOTE PAPER AND - EN.
v r 74754 gra , l 9 3 J. R. WRTDIN.
T ANDS IN VIRGINIA, lowa and Texas,
JUI ; for gale by ar SON,
m 71.3 51 Market.-troct.
INDIA RCTBBER CURRY CON.U3S.— bb
best article la um+, Just received at the India Rber
Depot. 26 and 23 Bt. Chair stmet
-p RINTED BILL BOOKS—Assorted sizes
at W. S. HAVEN'S •
mv2l Stationery Warehoneo,
TEXAS, TEXAS.-540 acres of good farm•
ing land in Hays county, near Austin, TexAs.?rairie
and timber land, $3 pur acre, for agile by " • -.
myll 8. CIITIIBERT & SON, 61 Efsfket st,
OIL CLOTH CIt,ASII--1500 yards of vari=
one patterns and widtPe, jest received from the fee.
tor:, for sale 'wholesale or retail, by
J. a- H. PHILLIPS,
20 and 29 Pt. Clair stssot _
TUST RECEIVED A SUPERIOR LI 1
ep of Double and Single Barreled Gun% for sate low by
CAW:WEIGHT h YOUNG,
No. 86 Wood street.
VOR SALE:—One-third'of v liable
perty, having a front of 130 feet on Wood street by 60
deep on ftli.r.th street. 8. CUTHBERT B ON,
my'2l 6l Cc
SEVEN ACRES.—A Lot of Ground of 7
ate, in Collins towneblp, (morning aido,) suitable for
a conntr? rssideneo. For sale by
ruila S. CIITHBEUT is SON. 51 Market at.
- - -
GLASS. -300 boxes assorted sizes Window_
Glass, good country brand, nr sale by
myB HENRY IL COLLINS.
DROOMS.-50 doz. ree'd and for sale by
mxal lIENICY H. COLLINS.
• . • I pao ages White is', "In ..on,
and Trout, for sale by (my 27) H. H. 111OLLINO.
NO. D. APCREAR Y'S COL'D PRINTING
INK 8--Sold by tzar%) J. it WELDIN. -
C°".-1.0 bags shelled Corn received end'
for eale by (Je3l HENRY H. COLLINS.
C°IINTRY BACON.-1000 lbs. Country
Bacon, Hams, Shoulders and Sides, received and for
said by JAS. A. FETZER,
m vL2 Homer Market and Pint sty
efitECK BOOKS—On all the Banks and
% o f Brokers at W. 8. HAVEN,
mr24, Printer and Stationer.
Q. — ALAD OIL.-1O baskets pure, just ree'
and for sale by ILEY.ILEIr, dt ANDMSON,
m •4 N 0.19 Wood street.
LAWRENCE, COVEN .1 CO.'S DOUBLE
EN AMR:LED VISITING CSEDS.—SoId by
ruy24 J. It. WELDEN.
CIORN.-200 bush. prime white Corn; for
V) sale -by (wri37) gaNS7 H. COLLINS.
rip 0 .LET.—A commodious three story Frame
house, with Brick Basement—situated on Bedford
street—to rent, by MILLER tt
mr26 : Noe. 221 and 2243 liberty street.
3111kUTTER.-3 bbla. fresh roll, for sale by
mrl9 Tr P,7 , 1 1 1.1 Ti 001,11t48.
°REAP WALL PAPER.—A now s=upply%.o of new patterns for sato by
IV. 1. 3.I.A.RSUALL a co.,
KiSS ME SWEETLY.—Th© latest and
moat &Odom' perfume, dicta-ed from the well
know Tulip Slower. -A largo onpply receiTed this day_by
leB Corner Diamond and Market at.
Preserving and bc.nrifying; tho b.tir, constantly on
hand at Jai. /LEMING,
and -.Yfreret et'.
kJTAR CANDLES.-1000 boxes , Extra
Quality Adamantine atm....Candles, on hand mad-for
qEde by Je7l B. O. AL . J. IL fIAWYI3I3.
CIGARS.-30,000 genuine Ha
vana Cigars of the " Eeneca," "Conchita," "Co
quette," and." tre Antos" brandajnat received by
167 Cornet Diamond and Ilarkot at.
T AID OIL.—No. 1 and No. 2 Litrd Oil
constantly on hand and for ante by
jo7 0 B.C. & SAL SAWYER.
BROWIN'6 ESSENCE OF JAMAICA
glois receive,' this day, and for sale
cheap at JOS. VLEIIING,'
Corner Diamond and , Thirket et.
C N 0 K.' S PULMON SYRUP-A
largo supply of this excellent remedy for coughs and
colds last rewind by 308. FLEMING,
ica • Corner Diamond and Market at.
F)URE M IRAA - Pll AND .CLARET
WINES, by the bottle or gallon, at,
I a the Dtarrecd.
WILDING LOTS-12 :Lots, each 30 feet
front by 100 deep, ratan) in'Enet Liberty, near the
Rafleoad Dopot. Primo from $275 to $lOO--tcrma,one•foluth
In hand, halation at 6 years credit. Coll and Re VA' plan.
m v 26 S. CUTHBERT Zr EON, 51 hlarlet at.
rffiESTEßS.—Borders and circles for Tes-
A tom ror gale bv imrlll WP. 1181/A & CO.
HOMINY. -6 bbls.. Flint Hominy. for sale
by JAS. A. P4TZER,
inyn Corner Market end Pint sta.
rpORPEDOES.-4(10,000 No. 1, just, reed
and for sale REYMME. a ANDERSON,
jeS ~ No. n Wood street.
FRE WORKS FOR FOURTH OF JUL .
—F tro Works and Piro Balloons manufactured by R.
P. Diohl,Pyrotechiaizt, for solo by
°N. No. 30 Wood street,
jes Opposite the St. Charted HoteL
I'AYE TE COUNTY FARM FOR SALE.
—302 acres in Wharton township, 40 =Tier fencewith
log hdase, etc., good springs, coal and limestone ; one-half
the farm is fine timber land, and about 100 acres in meadow.
The soil is good, well adapted for a stock or grain farm, sit
uate atlj4 miles from Fayette Springs, 9 miles from Union
town, and 15 from Connellsville, will be sold at a low price,
or•exchangxl for approved Western lands.
JeB S. CUTHBERT a 80::,51 Market et.
DURE JAMAICA RUM el
GIN, by the botthr or Fallon ,at
QIIN lIMBRELLAS.—SiIk and. Gingham
kJ Bun timbrellas, superior to Parasol!, for sale at my
w rata!, at HOTIVE"B,.
jeB. 77 Marko street. •
DESIGNS.--Araluteatural and. Decorativ, ,
for &Alps paneling in Oak, Marble and fr
yrepared by ball . IV: P. MARBEIALL 044
10 der, by
PAPER onrliand, or teado to
Wit. O. JOHNSTON co.
- Stitioners, ST Wood street.
1 i p GS.—Landseiroevand Ba
pets, la all colors, for Piro Boards fifikala by
VI. P. 3112Mial 400:
P. P -
J. & 11. PHIL'LLPB.
HAiVOB.TH & BROWNLEVS,
In the Diamond