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, ;--_-, - . - olillii.r. a year, , sayablastrictly in advance
...Vora 1...... - arl,bly rwlairod if not paid within the year.
nido eop.leei, Two Cat?—for sale at the counter in
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DATNS OF ADVERTISING.
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(;ONTA.E.CS L.LL TILE CUB.F.tENT NEWS
1 , :.;' Tall DAY, Pulidead, Litorary, Agricultural, Commor
c..ii, Local, Telegraphic and Miscollaucona.
:Ilia Paper tains of the tiVii.n..T. E.l"=, and neatly print°
ri hue allitepaptr., iu Is.7ge, clear type, will be found by
th , subsehll-r to Elie better satisfaction than any papery
..- ..uiislaed in l'ittelorTgli.
win wL•er. to [eke a paper from Pittsburgh, willfind
',..) SATIJ 5.1";:lY PUS' a safe and prolltable Lays.stment.
laid , ~,, .3 A.D.115.2:3 P. 13 A.R.E.,
eepl7 editor and Pio; rieior.
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JOB OFFICE ,
..T. cr ST MI - 0 - 1.7-.MIZT/a.S,
over of Fifth and. Wood Streets,
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ri,-11.1.1. 4 tuidc7J - 44. , ,,ned having made extensive
1 additions of Coo L :TEST AND 11A.7.:DSONIRST STYLE
TYPE, and d .......... Machinery, to the SIORND:6I POST
: - '.. -, E OEFICE, invite tIl. •'• tmntion of Rail Road Officer
tierelants, imainesab , a, and the public gonomlly, to their
' r". ,- . - 107 fle illie- f; , : E li.-Cl" ' Ig, with diapatch, on rzasonalle
turas, all 1::, - . __r :--
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ANTI 1:1V!llEY OTHER DESCRIPTION OF
I I :LAIN ar, .:•E'AITCY PRINTING
~., r........-",-.0.. rnaiciiilboing nearly all now, we can give man-,
• • auco of the meta 44..r.plete avjefaction, and solicit orders'
GII - ?..E.5. PALIP3ILETS,
h.iiL P.O..k'J EUeLS, AND CARDS,
B! - . - IF; -7111. - ECES, BLANK. NOTES,
Li7r - iut lIEADS, DILL 1.1 - E3DS,
eras LADING, CIRCULARS,
PAPER BOORS, DEEDS,
MORTGAGES, BONDS, an.
k...71 - ParCemlar i - ider.tion will s.'tso be paid to the printing
tf Potters, Prods since, Ac. for Gonoorts, Esffiibitions and
Circuses. EA 11 A MYERS.
!assace..- - .- - - -- - - s--
Pile eeoples Shoe Store.
D. S. Di - EFFENBAcHER &c 0..,
Cheat: Cash Dtalora in all kinds of Fashionable
g0.V.C65 SHOES I..NI)GLIITiiIIt.S9
for Ceutlemon, Ladle:, Youths and Childron, •
Mo. 11' Ptlft.b. Strout, near Market,
ce-S o ' PITT.SBURGU, PA.
ci. PEPSIN wt!. J0ia011...... ......... .9. a. J0112..e.0rl
,PERRIN & JOIINSON,
- Proprietors of Childs .k. Co.'s
'.. Pate-tit Ellatatlo .F.llro and - I.:Tate r Proof
Cement 111.0 , 3ang.
133 7 .11111.11) STREET.
RDERS for ROOFING promptly Sid faith
- - folly execi.tel, and all our wort: warranted.
- - :tr.:t - 1g material :t.lways on - hand, and for solo, with di
re.:Gons 1.. , 7 MV.:•.. se.plidy
JOB. F. 111.1811.1.T0 11 .Bt. co.,
ENGE.N.III.O,Ii.S . Ail d/19 fIAC - 11.1.NISTS,
as-rair of ./Per. - it and Liberty ttrect , , PLlt..w.eurgh, n.
6.,;, 1 ..11PER10R STEAM EtiGIIcIES for Grist
;',.,3 and Saw .51111 s, Breweries, Printing Establishments,
tqoar.fatterios, eto., made to order. They aloe continue the
s r,anufactnro of their Celebrated Machinists"Eacis, such as
~ Ttroing Lthes, lron Planer Daring and Drillimt Machnies,
, :'c.*C. Also, a Tiroc.iht Iron Shafting, v.ith Fallep;, Hangers
.fse. de. .6..8:1yd
11.101.... - Paoll . 0051. S? TaDlip&cy.....
JOll7. -.1q TEI.O3ILPSON I.
f OUSE PAINTERS, GLAZ,
1_ wl .. .sisEdtht, No. 135 'l'6l - 3 etreit.
ezeznied with natters and .ie+pa.tell.
.a Trirpoutine, Varnish, Japan and Englis.
3, Vide Montaigne Finch, a very superior a
:',...tis and Pittsburgh Whitt; Lead always ou .
ale. - We are proparee ' ,rind colors for Fat
. i.; .3, or of era, t... dortoat nctice, as we 1
e . .. 1. II .nisei - - .1. r.1. 5 .M. , 7.7.4 will tiara MO.
Va.: tb• - dud with 1.11.
. BOEsr.'"A? ..... C.
JOll7. -.1q TsT/-03111PSON 67., CO.,
-- 1 - OUSE PAINT:72.S, GLAlth'il,S AND
_ GILAINEES, No. 135 d.hi - d etre,t. ;FICIN PAINT.
ezezia:cd with I.l.catacss and de , patcu. Nixed Pointy,
Tnrpeutine, Varnish, Japau and English Patent 'Dry
:rule dlontaiv,nn Einek, a very sop: vier article; Phi's
ih,:rdals. and Pil.:sburgh White Lead always ou hand nod for
arc prepared to grind colors for Painters, Drug
or others, at the shortest notice, as we have a Mill
s STiricl.l by stzam. ;laze money 11 set
. r. their colors zround with us. itnrs:ly
GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES,
- •117 ItiANUFACT Unit:WS PRICES.
tho cheep tt mud treo: arttelea ever
t r. n r ]lit to tiiin city.
r,.., ) !.;ip. from to V..) each.
POCKET COMPASSES, -
f , II P. EY OR' k.; 0 PIPASSES,
1,. -is to G 811AIV'E
Practicat Fifth gri,;..t.
B. C. 61. J. 11. SAWYER,
imLnue.t., - rr - cess. cl
1. XRD OIL,
PALM, TOILE P,
AN!) E.OSIN SOAPS
No. 47 Wood strect, Pittsburgh, Pr.
JOHN EIBER & CO.,
i'iNCY DYERS OD SCOURERS
'VP, S r=3l-S.tlt t3'OOt,
131::‘ EXC WOOD .LND DULIITY STEXLTS,
ti_ll kinds of Shawls, Dresses, Ribbons, and
ai Silt and Woaka Goods executed at
notks, and on reasonable term= inP2B:3Ol
CL,..ee of Sealer of Weights and
Pleas , ures.
lIE OFFICE OF THE UNDERSIGNED,
• SEALER OF WEIGHTS AID MEASURE.%
f 1. 3, be found henceforth, in 1:111orry alloy, betwem Third
:.:I Fourtn etreete, where priers may bo loft.
7orla:rf CHARLES BAR
l yr S. LIAVEN'S Elastio Steel Pens just
I 0 received, and for sale at the Stationery Store,
Nes. 31,33 and 35 Slarket street.
FRANKLIN ALMANAC FOR 1859.
—This well-known and popular'annisal, formerly p; ri b i .-
11.. LA by Johnston Stockton, after a lapse of pus, l
ghortly ho iasued. The circulations as formerly will
Le :nada by t.:o skillful mathematician, Sanford 0. Hill,
wko will also prepare fsr its pages such reading mat
ter as will rusks it an eaterteittio ,, and instructive maga-
Ills reliable cstrenotnical calculations., a taw
itud ingenioni table othero, an accurate method of drawing
ineridian lines, and matters of permanent value will
Orders of booksellers and other dealers are solicited in
advance of pnblia.tion, as bat ono edition will be printed,
and orders will be filled accordin J to iority.
IVId. G. JOHNSTON A 00., II
eubli;hors, Printßs, Stationers, and Blank Book Makbrs,
VA Wood street, Pittsburgh. je2l
fIIIEEISE.-300 boxes good cutting Cheese
4../ rccelved and for sale by
HENRY H /3
TARCEL-25 0 tomes Pearl Starch in stop
and for eale
ARll OIL—We - have comm.ence3 mOu
44 lecturing Lard Oil, and will be pleased to receive or
caw for it. We will warrant it equal to any Oil in tho inar
t et. We will All barrels returned when &mired. I
B. 0. AJ. H. SAWYER,: • I
No. 49' Void idielo.
NIONS.---10 bbl& Onions far eaLs__Lta_
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REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
FARMER'S UNION INSURANCE COMPANY,
At ATHENS, BRADFORD COUNTY. V 6,41112.1, 1868, as
presented to the Stackholdarsy and nuadriont in compliance
with the State Laws of New Tork,OhlO,ln.diana,lllinois,
The name of the Company is the PAIthIERS' UNION IN
SURANCE COMPANY, located at Athena, Pa. Chartered
April 13, 1863, by that ,rjaistare of Pennsylvania ,
Cash Capital, which is all paid up .....
Surplus in addition thereto..••
Pifty-fonr Bonds and Mortgages, at
six and seven 'is cent. interest,
amounting in the aggregate t 0.4162,315 00
Which mortgages are or valua
ble and productive real estate,
principally farms, recorded and
first liens, worth generally double
the amount and More than mart•
gaged for in oath case, and in no
cam less than fifty 51 cent. more,
exclusive of farm buildings, and
so certified by the Recorders,
whet° monied, to the and Lora of
the States of Ohio and
Nimmen six VS cent. Bonds amply
secured .4 47,685 00
Cash on hand and in Bank 6,449 12
Cash in hands of Agents, and in
course of transmission, Bemired
by bonds with sureties..
Duo on losses re-insured, &c
Blue receivable, via: promiseoty
rota payable at bank and to the
Interestaccrued, (principally due
January 1,1858,)... 1 19 46
Safe and otfice Fixtures and littml
IrtcoNa Yon Tax TEAR. 1857.
Amount of Premiums received during the
$ 85,231 33
Am't luterwt re:eived during the year 11,442 05
Am't received from all other sources 2,480 (Si
Expenses for the year, including
commiesians, salaries, Teats, rein
surance, printing, advertising,
taxes, and all other expenses $ 19,199 66
Dividends paid during the year 17,060 00
Lasses paid, which occurred prior
to December 31, 1856
Loetee paid which occurred during
1...0.30 adjusted and not the (since
paid) $ 12,600 99
Lushes incurred and in process of
Losaen reported, on which uo action
has been taken
Lomas restated, on ground of insur
ance after fire, property transfar
red before loos, property lost not
covered by the Policy, Lc-
Whole =on - dot' risk.s taken during the year. 45,429,962. 00
Wilela amount of risk at date. 4,601,440 00
::TATZ or PILNIN3I7.4.LNIA., Couyrr or BRADYOHD,
C. N. Shipman, President, and J. IL Candeld, Secretary of
the Farmers' Onion Insurance Company, being severally
duly sworn, depose and say, and each for himself says, that
the foregoing iS a true, fall and correct statement of the
affairs of raid corporation, and that they are the above de
scribed officers thereof. 0. N. SSIPSIA.N, President.
Subscribed and sworn before me, this 29th day of Jam!.
ary, 1858, if. 0. BAIRD, JBUN T ustice of
Agent, the Peace.
T. J. !5.%
No. 90 Water street. Pittsburgh.
H. RE INSURANCE,
Reliance Mutual Ingursuice Co
ON BUILDINGS, LIMITED OR PBRPRTUAL, MERORAN
DISE, YURNITTIRE, &0., IN TOWN OR COUNTRY.
No. 300 Walnut street.
;CAPITAL, $117,9213 .ASSETS, 0995),405 89.
Inteated as follows, via:—
First Mortgage on Improved City Property, worth
Idouble the amount 2120,200 GO
Pennsylvania Railroad Oo.'e d por cent. lIN - tgage
Loan, $30,000 coat 25,500 00
Allegheny County ti per cent. Penu'a lt. R. Loan. 10,000 00 00
Pennsylvania Railroad Co.'s Stock 4,0 00
Snick: Gitlin Reliance Mutual Insurance Ce 19,150 00
Stock or County Fire Instrauce Co . 1,050 00
&nip of Sundry Insurance Companies 475 00
lla Ropeivaele, business paper 62,711 60
Book. Accounts, acornod_interelt, etc 8,330 19
Coal, on band and in Beuk 16,015 .V)
CLEM TINGLEY, Proildent.
Benjamin W. Tingley,
Z. - Lothrop,
Jacob T. Bunting,
Win. M. Semple, Pittab'g
DINES COFFIN, Agaet,
,or Third and Wood streets.
William R. Thompson,
David S. Brown,
John R. Worrell,
H. L. Carsisn,
l•los - as Johnson
Chsrles B. Woo:I,
James S. Woodward,
mr3 North-east cor , .
MERCHANTS' INSURANCE COI
WM. V. PEWIT, F.eri4 — ..t D. J. SVCANN, Secretary.
Alw.yant of Capital Stoct paid iu s o '4 traoatad...Voo,ooo
panT,,, Cargo 11.1.1.:s Oa a) Ohio aud :Orel mad
tributaria. Itthuresagainet lose or siaw,o,go by Fire,
Also, against the Perils of the Sea cud Inland
Navigation and Transportallun.
Win. V, Pettit, J. C. Montgomery , John IL Pomrey
D. J. Mt. C a -a LI, E. F. Witmer,
B. i,,Woolston, John A. Marshall, Ch.+. B. W right,
Joh - 611. Patterson, Eltrood T. Pusey.
WILLIAM V. PBTUT, Precedent.
E. F. WITHER, Viet Pr tridc,:t.
aJ. hinCANN, cretary.
, L , 7iIEZIGCES:
In Philadelphia': :5 Aaadelphia:
Seigel . , Lamb rt . Co., ka i uwit..,.1 , .4t1ce A Co.,
Truitt, 8r0..t Co., Dna, Morpn A Stici;ole
A. T. Lane A C 0.,, Pnalroy,Caldwoll k Co.
PITTSBURGII OFFICE, O. V 7 werEa E.TILF.ET.
" ! R. W. POIN DEXTER, Agunt
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
LOCK HAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY.
CHAIITERSD DY Tan I Q 1 LA UGP OF Pe.'.II9BYLVANIA.
auh ...... $300,000 Premium Netts...sll:24 - 0.
TIES COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
Buildings, Merchandise, Furniture, ic., in town or
country. DOV t.B:
lion. Jno. J. Pearce,' Hon. G. 0. liar , vey , I Charier, 4. Maser.
John B. Hall, Charles Orbit, 'Peter Dickinson,
T. T. Abrams, D. &. Jackman, IW. White,
110 N. G. 0.11.12VEY, Preatclon•
T. T. Anaams, Vice President.
Samuel H. Lloyd, IDr. J. 8. Crawford,
A. A. Wmagardr.er, John W. Maynard, A. Updegraff,
L. A. Mackey, Hon. 8 Cameron, Samoa Armatrong,
A. White,. Thos. Bowman D.D, Foaron,
James Qa,lggle, Wm. Vanderbelt, Hon. Wm. Bleu,
OFFWE--NO. 55 FIFTH STREET, Prrrsztiman.
de2l:tf J. A. LIPPEUT, Agent.
WEE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
A 0011PANY, OF PHILADDLFHIA.
DrUCTOES—Criacios W. Blacker, 'Mimosa Hart, Tobiss
Wagner Samuel Grant, Jac;..l) IL Smith, (lee. W. Richards,
Mordecai D. Lewis, Adolphi s, Bori D.;yld S. Browne, More
rLt Patterson. Cuss. N. Bzun Preddent.
Cass. G. Ilsuczas, Secretary.
Continue to make insuranCe, PerPelnal or limited, on ovary
description of property, in town and country, at rates as low
as are consistent with security.
The Company have reserved a large Contingent Fund,
Ihich,with their capital and premiums, safely invested, at.
Cord ample protection to the assured.
The Meets of tho Company, on January lat, 1851, as pub
sh e d agreeably to an Act of Assembly, Were as follows, viz:
Mortgage $918,128 119
-state 84,377 78
Temporary Loana.. 83,988 17
Stooks 131,84 1 03
Cash, to. 84,348 81
Total $1,212,708 44'ga
Since their Lucorporatlon, a period of twenty-one years )
they have paid upward of Ono Million your Hundred Thou.
sand Dollars,i oases by tire, thereby affording evidence of the
advantages of iromrance, as well as the ability and dispoaltion
to meet with proreplawas an liabilities.
J. CAUDINEI3. 001 7 11 IN, Agent,
Ofnce. north-oast cor. Weed. and Third sta.
WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY
GEORGE DIESIE, Vreiident;
P. M GORDO; SeCretary.
OM= No. 92 Water Street, (Bpang & Go'a Warehousa,) up
Will insure against all of h 11:E AIL d 11ARMIZILIESE.
A Home Institution, managed by leL•ector3 who ard well
known in the community, and who are determined; by
promptness and liberality, to maintain the character which
they have assumed, as offering the boat protection to those
who desire to be insured.
ASSETS, OCTOBER 81st, ISS7.
Office Furniture,— .....
Open Accounts, ...... —...-
13m Discounted, ......
HENRY H. COLLINS.
PUBLISHED DAILY BY JAMES P. BARR, AT THE POST BUILDINGS," CORNER OF WOOD AND _Firm STREETS ; AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM:
40,919 - 59
Wm. Smight;_ •
Wm. H. Smith,
F. AL GORDON
J. \V. Butler,
Jeane 3 McAuly,
D.M. Lam - •
0. W. atcketivry
11)1ACON. lbo Oonarygaoon, for eat
WX! at NM ti 00f
LIFE. FIRE AND MARINE
NO. 96 WATER STREET,
BOBERT GALWAY, President.
.Ai.IL BRADLEY, Vico President.
4 , ZrThis Company makes exery insurance appertaining to
Cr connected with LIPS BIERS.
Also, against HULL AND CARGO 1318103 on the Ohio
and Misalssippl Rivers and tributaries, and MARINE ItiBllB
And against Loss and Damage by Fire, and agelast the
Perna of the Sea and Inland Navigation and Transportation.
Policies issued at the lowest rates consistent with safety to
Robert Calmly, Samuel M'Clurkan,
Joseph P. Gizzam, M. D 1 John Scott,
James Marshall, David Richey,
James Vir, Hallman, Charles Arbuthnot,
Alexander Bradley, Joseph S. Leech,
John Fullerton, N. F. Hart,
David H. Chambers, Robert H. Hartley,
William Carr, J no. Malin. so'2s
3 200,000 00
Eureka Insurance Company of Pennsylvania,.
OIFIOE, NO. 99 NVATEa Sl, I'ITTBEUROU
stock, Due Bills—payable on demand and cecurel by two
approved names $ 700 , 90 00
Cash In Pittsburgh Trust Company 62,230 37
Premium Notes 69 003 00
Bills Receivable.-- 16,956 01
122 shares Exchange Bank Stock—cost 0,050 00
tl9 do Itlecha^ ice Bauk Stock—coat 5,4)10 03
800 do Iron City Bank Stork—amount paid. 7,600 01)
700 do Allegheny Bank Stock— do de 6,050 00
Book Accounts 13,251 31
$ '263,485 61
J. H. filtuenberger,
W. K. klleolck,
Jeha -- .A. Cm:p:key,
It. D. Cochran,
Jdtne4 J. Bennett,
Win. J. Anderson,
J. IL gHOENBEiGER, Fresid ut
ROBT. ITNNEX, B.cretery. tuys:ltu
V 9,163 86
CITIZENS' INSURANCE COMPANV
WILLIAM 11A0 LET,
SAMUEL L. MARSH:ELL, Seczetaiy.
OFFIUZ: 9i Water drat, Wiesen A'art.t/ arka .treat
.017 i Insures EMU. AND CARGO k)bio
and Mississippi Elvers and trlbutaz los.
Insures against Loss or Damage by /LEA
against the Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation
William Bagaley, Capt. Marh Starling,
Samuel sea, Samuel H. liter,
James Si. Cooper, John 8. Dilworth,
James Park, Jr Francis Sellers,
Isaac H. Pennock, William B. Hays.
Springer Harbaugh, John Shipton,
Capt. Samuel C. Young, Walter Bryant,
John Caldwell. J Ea.!
PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE
No. 149 Chesnut Street,
Opposite the Custom Boum
NV - ILL MAKE ALL KINDS OF IlcOt.T
RANCE, either Petpetuul or Liruttod, ou every
description of Property or Alerchamil4a, at reauutxubla rota
ROBERT P. KINI, President.,,,
111. W. BALDWIN, Vice Pros Mont:.
Charles Hayes, E. R. C , pe,
E. B. English, Georg,: W. Brown, , .
P. B. Ravery, Joseph S. Paul,
C. Sharman, John Clayton,
S. J. Aittgarges, E. Wllor. i
F. BLAoißtfttill, Socretary.
J. O. COFFIN, Agent,
Jy4:iy Ooruor Thlld uud Wood ,stroi.da.
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS.
coriaar Irwin .F.ttf:c.t. Qua Dutlueen• Way,
B. D. MARKER, - - - PROYttIETOR,
(Formerly of the "Ilarker Louse," Blairsville, )
THE SCOTT HOUSE IS NOW COM-
Pim= AND OPEN FOR GUESTS. It is situated
In a central part of the city, being convenient to all Railroad
Depota and Steamboat Landings.
The Donee was built in 16bd, with all modern improve
menta, and fitted up in aplondid style—the entire Furniture
being new—and will in every reopcs:t be a tint class lieteL
tine STABLES are attached to the premises. I jurlty
Bv ELI YOUNG, FIFTH STREET.
ption The atteutica ci Merchants <—
and others Is directed to this t k.
witablLaiment, which has Wen recently fitted
up for the parpose of affording a SUBSTAN
TSAL EA.TING ROUSE IN A CENTRAL LOCATION!
Counh - yifolke attending market are particularly invited to
Gall. Rterything pertaining to uu EATING SALOON will
alwayo be fonna, of tt,o freshest the market affords.
A. LO`iiVRY, Proprietor,
Corner Main street and Youghiogheny River,
Year the Railroad Depot
WEST NEWTON, PENN'A.
lIE ABOVE lIOTEL IS NOW IN COM.
PLETE order for the r;-.,teption of ViaTirEi. It td bow:i
t:Nilo located on ilia Linke of the Youghiogheny river, and
eau be reacbect every day from the city by the CongoDevine
Railroad. The roome are large, airy and well furnlahul,and
the could be no pleasanter place fora few weeks summer
residence in th, country. A few tamlllej can be accomma•
dated. Terms moderate. Address Et. LOWRY,
Lay2.6of SYtut Newton, Pa.
THE NATiONAL SALOON,
Under Foster's New National Theatre,
D. BARNAItD, - - - PROPRIETOR,
ur AS FITTED UP IN A TASTEFUL
trod 'comfortable style, Cie large centre store in the
OLD FELLOWS HALL. Vlith s.reet, as a FIRST OLAS
IIYSTAURANT AND t.ALOON. Having had many yeasS e
exprlence In the tutness, Mali prepared to enpply the beat
the market affords. ills liar will be furnished at all times
with the best WLNES, LIQUORS AND ALES. Tho en
trance to the Saloon, is in the centre of the Hall, and re
freshments will be furnished at All tithes, DAY and NIGHT
(Similays excepted., apltly
' 'WASHINGTON HOUSE,
COR. PENN'A AVENUE 4- THIRD ST.,
A. F. BEVERIDGE
IL W. KANAGA.
U. S. ill o_l l E
Opposite ilia Penna. Railroad Depot,
LIARRISBURG, PA. [J.IS
IrOBALERLY U. S. HOTEL,
MIES BALANNOR, Proprietor.
rpms HOUSE IS LOCATED ON THE
corner of PENN and WASHINGTON Streets, between
the CENTRAL AND WESTERN RAILROAD DRPOTS.,
has undergone a thorough improvement, remodeled and
furnished with now furniture, and is now the moot couva•
Wont 4401 in Pittsburgh, for Travelers by Itallicad, Eszt
ANSION HOUSE, GEORGE AURENTZ.
PitOPRIETO7I „„No. 344 Liberty street, Jag boside the
Paittengar .Depot it the Pennsylvania Railroad, which makes
it the most convenient house in the city for passengers arri
vlng by that road.
laThe proprietor having, at considerable expense, fitted up,
in excellent style, the MANSION HOUSE, would respect
fully solicit a share of public patronage. There is attached
a splendid STABLE and extensive WAGON YARD, afford
ing ample accommodation to travelers and teafegter4. Hie
Larder and Bar will be furnished with the best the market
Can afford. febl:y
. 4 .p tip Excelsior Restaurant, -
?•4 -- No. 111 WOOD &rat,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN LAKE AND
The undersigned hasp:tat received from the Eastern mar
ket, selected with groat care,
ME M, N4IIBUT, HADDOCK,
/TREBEL COD KM, EASTERN BUN FIB
SEVERAL VABIETIEB OF LAKE FISH,
The finest over brought to this city. Every delicacy of the
season served up at the EXCELSIOR nYsITAIIRAN T.
sPaYd B. szEnrsucx.
T. CLAIR HOTEL, corner Penn and St.
10 Clair streets, Pittsburgh, Pa.—Tho undersigned,former
ly of "Brown's Hotel," having, taken this large and commo
dious HUM, and having refitted it in magnificent style,
would respectfully invite his friends and the traveling public
to give him a call. Assured, with the convenience of the
horse and his long experience in the business, 4U-A a n give
entire satisfaction, and his charges moderate.
telal , ma. a OONNZLLY.
Ltppineott, Shorten Si. Poorson,
NO. 104 WOOD STREET, NEAR MM.
KANVFAOTUMRS TRVNICS, 'Par
...11c0 0 ,.Eat and Bonnet Boxes, Ladies Traveling
oirpes gags, do., k constantly un hand.a.large
stook. We are prepared to a wholesale trade, and hay
tug facllittes to turn out good stock at reduced prices, we
would Write the trade to call and examine our goods te.
PITTSMIRGE. SATURDAY„AMGUST 7, ,F)8
Assets--May 1, 1858.
I G. W. C 133,
Davao M. Pennock,
W. W. Martin,
IL T. Leech, Jr.,
Iloorge 33. Seidel'.
Hew York Prince's Bay, Egg Island,
Egg Harbor, Shell Oysters.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
ROBERT A. LOOMIS, - -
(Successor to 13. T. C. Morgan,)
STATIONER AND DEALER IN BOOKS, PERIODICALS
No. 41 Fifth stroot, Pittatrugh, Pa.
THEundersigned hare entered into Co-
Partnership, under the style of Wm. C. Johnston & Co.
SAMUEL IL JOHNSTON, JR.,
WILLIAM O. JOE:1870N,
Pittsburgh, September 5,1857.
G. G.. JOilli&lON, JIL WM. G. JOUNBrOW.
Wrd. a. JOIINSTON 4% CO.,
QTATIONERS, Blank Book Manufacturers,
and JOB PRINTSII.B, No. 57 Wood etre( t,
Third and Fourth, Pittshargh, P.
TOBACCO AND SEGAKS.
TOBACCO, 6NUFF AND CIGARS
Safely and gconettly an 5..1g,4ai.
WHY WILL YOU I31J1:-N CAIIPIIENE
AND FLUID, 'alien ydn co, t ell, ,poi Had
ter light. i'pre Itorocene Ud, o' :di tr. in the gad of Cancel
Coal, prodnc,t the chetipt:st. brill:Ant, steatly, p!easant
and sdfo trt ildtt iiht i cee.r oner,t td tho public, and
danger dt r 1. • ,, 1)1111141AI IL:. i ga3; rind 4111[0 no
cheap; Lamp.: o: ttt firrtle +.a.! n-icily ntana;.t.od con
tstructton. trot rule Ly T. td.
Ito. 7J . S.lnithfo. strr,t
Itt,vdarr of a cJunter i , it the worket, uhul,
from Caml,hoho. watt a liti. l 4 (Jai t gt" , n t it. 11,13.7:1y
COOKING BY GAS.
A WORDTOT I:: LA I> 1
Frill E HEATED IS APPROACH
ING, di/c1 we t:".latlx:ation of ttw to th.
COOKING, lIIONING, ETC.,
Can be done economi, with,mt, on, r 05473 heat. a I t
ou t Hoot, and with deavddi—t he fir) being alwasa raw' y iu
e metunut-I , y aping
Mnagravz'a Gets UooE:zing stove,
T.l which we yoild atteoti...o, at No. 76
titrt,t. S. A. 1011Veri & BRO.
Conuty arid City 111,7 7 1;tA fr;i- t y,d
Al 2( EI.ES' WORM
CON ' YECTION , C
E C 1 0 !i, t.) N N
C TION, CONVE
T I oN,C ON
10N,CON F 15 0 T 1
O N,CON if BC 'P 1 0
C 0 N C 1 At N
C U N F iW U 'P 1 U N .
Tho most pleasant, Gafe and offootoal Worm P. , medy now
Prepared and sold, wholesale and ratan, by
ANGELL & IIAFF,
Our. Wood and Elath es., Pittsburgh, ,
And sold by Drua,dona omerallv. I r.D.
QT. CIIARLES LIVERY STABLES.-
LI The undersigned has bou,ght the lease
miltt of the above nam ed Rabies, to
gather with a portion of the
oleo stock of D.orses and Carriagos,ate.L......
late the property of James Mudlnn!, deceased. In addition
to the stock befuremoutioneri, he heno also added n number et
BINS HORSES, BUGGIES AND CARRIAGL6,
which were former!) ee_lph.yed Stebie.,
Third, below Wood street. As be gives big pereonol eiten•
tion to the haelneos, a COLUDI:I3I2CO of tho putronnge
tie has hitherto received from public is solicited.
St. Charles Livery Stabic4.
N. D.—A HEARSE and any number of CARRIAGES can
always be procured for Funerals. de2rt
rrHE CHEMICAL OLIVE El LtAS
SOAP, manufactured by D. C. k J. IL Sawyer, re.
receives the preference over all other kinds over offered for
Its advantages over other Soaps are:-Ist. it is
to use, one pound being equal to three of common rosin
2d. Half the time need only be occupied in washing
wbau this Soap is used in piece of other heap. lid. Labor
in washing can be nearly dispensed with ? as the clothes
will require little if- any robbing, thus avoiding their wear
on the wash-board. 4th. Eollittg.the clothes is unnecessary
when this Seep 13 used, and hard or salt water answers
equally as well as soft. sth. Printers, Machini,ts, Painters
and others, find it far superior to other Soap*. It speedily
moves grease, tar, paint., printers' ink and dirt train the
hands, leaving the skin soft, and free from chapping.
To avoid the labor of rubbing the clothes, and the nee ut
the wwsleboard, the following directions should be followed :
For the washing of eight or ten of a family, talus one
pound of Soap, cut It into shavings, and 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 tLum sea's twenty to thirty
minntei, wring out, and rinse in warm water once, :Cold
water twice. A very dirty wrist.b.tml, or seam, or grease
spots, may require a slight rubhing, but otherwise the
clothes will come out clean and s. td . o, without rubbing ur
Lolling. Cold water may be used le place requhing
about double time in soaking.
iftir Observe our name on eFe:h far. •
;kir elide, in any quantity, a; oar warithour.o, No. 4T wood street, awl at our works, opposite the llonud House, Penn.
sylvanta avenue. B. C. Si .1 IL SAIVY.E.P.,
a. 21 No. 47 Wood street.
BUCKWIIEAT FLOULL.-20 sacks Blick
wheat Flour, 00 lb sack. , +, just roceivod and foe sae
by McOANDLESS, MEANS a,
fe2o Curuor Wood amid Water atreeta-
FLOUR. --'2.5 bblo. Supertine Flour roo.ive. , l
tied for :late by I'4o - 1%1%1 - D1..1.15, MEANS 4 Cu.,
f'a'd ..... Corner Wood and Watcf: atrt , ota.
riIMIGRANT ItiPLES.-A most desirable
ji:j aad cheap vre.apou, at BOWS k TR'I'LNY'S,
tsivl Na. ln. Wri'd 4tr..lt.
LARD.—A prime article of No. 1' Lard, in
barrble antik.ezjast recei vitt! and for exile by
McCANDLEBtt, MEANS. ot CO.,
laM Corner a Wood and Wat..3r scrt-ois.
Si Pie Fs.
26 bap Pimento;
100 " ()lain Poppor, jn,t rcceivwl and f.r ;ale
by 311! LER k RfC!i.iLTSON.
mr9d 7rl I,lb.rPtv .]runt .
NEW ARRIVALS.—Wo aro taking into
6 tore, (t 2 street.) an immens • stock J Cu.:,
Vapor for Jobbing pureoses • alai, bittnr, Cz.p Sand Not • ;
Euv-lopoa in groit varlJty ; Vapor:, 'ev-ry site,
and as Oman as they caii Lo boight tho wile; o
otter wholosale or retail, vary 10 , v for Oash.
a 2 M. PE“IiiNA E 1 c;u
AID FlSll.—Wkito Fish, Trout, balmon,
and Pickerel con2tanily on band, a Ind stack lo su; , ply
holes:de trado, by jmyill LIEN la IL CoLlll\
ORANGES. -300 bxe. sweet, just received
and for sale by REY3IER
No. 311 Wood atroot,
myl7 Opprlnte the St. eh:Arlen Hotel.,
WOO/MS.-100 doz. Extra Corn liroom3
1.39 on hand and G.ir gale by
0.0 D. C. J. 11. SAWYER.
DUSTER TRIIIMINUS — Drab and Gray
Duster Binding and Tug°ls, Junt opened at
ap4l3 JOS. .11011.S1 4'S. 77 Mortlct strket.
NTEW STEEL SPRING Slilltr s—Of the
most graceful shapes, ou hand at
77 M arket On street,
QEED SWEET POTATOES.-2O bmrelt3
Sood swobt. rot-awes, received and for e:Alo by
J OM; A. FETEER,
Corms Maitet and viral atrot, ta.
DICKLES.-6 bbls. Cucumber
A. Pickles, re
etived end for sale by JAMES FETZER,
fe2o Corner 'Market and First streets.
DERF MER Y. —Lubin's, Bazin'3,
it. Wright's, Glenn's and Liarrlson's Extracts fur the
handkerchief, constantly on band at
RICE AND RICE FLOUR;
kficer aloes Starch ;
re M h
Fs Cocoa Shell
Reccivad and !or sale at
JAYNES' TEA STORE,
S 3 1 1 lith etrcct
VII LLCM COPYING BOOKS.—Thoso
bookii possess great advantage: over any others;
the paper being thick and strong tai not tear when wet.
It takes a most perfect imprestion and in convenient to refer
to. When once in use their superiority is apparent. Sold
by W. G. .101INSTOal
Stationers, 67 Wood at.
$9OO FOR SAL two story brick
house, of six mono, well arranged, pared
yard, with hydrant, feinted,
house is in good repair, p and papered. Situa
East Lane, Miegheny City. Terms easy.
B. CUTHBERT & BON,
51 Market street.
RAY STATE APPLE PARING MA
AS OffiNE.—A VERY USEFUL AND SUPERR AR.
TIOLE—By Sire tarns of the crank, the aIO
pple is PARED,
CORED and SLICED. Patented, November Ilth, 1856, and
February 17 th,1857, in Europe.
For sale in any. quantity, at No. 74 Wood stied, Pitts.
burgh. Please call and examine fo
I Y 2 9 SA
AKE FISH:A large' eupply of IV hi.
41.10 Trout, Salmon, Herring, &c.,iv
rece_ed and for sale by
iY2t3 Erg. ILY U. COLLINS.
WOOD STREET PROPERTY FOR
SALE.—An undivided third part of that valuable
h y 3l ,
of ua t t e(frontthe
6Soxehe p a ndn
W S o ix o t d h r ee.
One-third of the above will be sold for si,ooo. One-half In
hand—balance at onb, two and three years.
B. OUVIIIEBT d SON,
61 Market street.
1,1 for sale by (ma) =NU H. 000.08.
~ 7 :•:".‘;''..•;::', -4 '?1 . .;'. .: •.-?..:. ,7,' :', ' ..t1'.-. :• -. r 7 .:,.:.b'!i'i'S
: ! . !. '.'?: ` ! ' 'l .- .. : : • Ct.;‘i. -. .1 .: 1 - ... 1 1f . ...:'.. , .- 1. ! . ::::: ;: .01'.::.'; 17 :-F: : :.,.':1:. ::. '','•
:-! •: i.,... z . T.T:' , ..5:!::.';.! .:. ': ...' r.::e;.,7-.1i.4g,','=Zk,..::
No. 1.21; WO OD SI le F. P.;
Corner Diamond and Market et.
.. • •
'Y I lILIC •PRESSED 13: s
1500"lsores•-31ydraidio Pressed Mould Candles, made
far Summer use, on hand and for sale by
B. o.k J. IL SA R.
fi t ~
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
CUTIIBERT SON'S OFFICE, No. 51
kJ. Market stret,t, for the E ale and purchase of Real
Estate, renting houses, attending to insurance and repairs,
obtaining loans on bonds, mortgages, &c,; making con vey•
ancea, deeds, bonds, &c.; writing letters and corresponding
with parties abroad, ac. ocla
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
R.z7z.a.eness.—Mosers. Hanna, eurretson h (Jo., :tobert
Parka, ESQ. 51.1::;
'47 'n r 2 E BT 13' ANDS
ti.LAL ESTATE AGENT, NO. 50 WATER Siti.l-.T
am for sato Lands in Illinois, Wisconßin, Nlinnesotd,
Michigan and lowa. Ile will ernhange Lands in Wiscondu,
ac., for Pittsburgh mannfactures,and also for city property.
letters of inquiry answered gratis, by addressing ma LIB
PROPERTY FOR SAE OR RENT,
1 1, G KIST MlLL—Thrce run of stones and
.11 the machinery complete, corn and cab cracker,
Ac., all iu goad •rdur, sv:tli A klwelnag home, ntuill3 bud
two IQta at gr,Alud, sitAAtr tu [Much Pittmburgh, and will be
sold on r,ry cony tenni by 8. CUTHBERT & 80N,
101 l t,l Market street.
y AWRENOE COUNTY BONDS WANT
ti .4 ED, iu ox.change for land.
S. OU'PLIBERT :11 - 1%, tit Mat sei N.
ASTEAM MILL in maiplete mining or
der, with diviihiag ticiciaa, etc., near the tot
aide by N. CUnIBERT
WESTERN LANDS of good,quality, f.:t
sale or exchange for Real notate in the city
ap22 S. CUTEIBCRT & SON, 51 Pear's;.t:
FAMILY RESIDENCE FOR SALE—.L
valuable property of 150 feet front on Covington et ,
Lawrenceville. by 100 dnop on Washington street to Cherry
alley, thick Dwelling Liouse of 7 rooms well arr...nged,bata
room, porch, well of water and pump, stable and real hum",
litchi.o range, etc. The rooms are tiewiy painted and pa
pered, shade and fruit trees, grape arbor, great variety of
iloweia, etc.; goad p find fence. The ribeve offers a g,,0,i
upportuuity to buy n c mplete and pleasant reeidenost.
Price low, and terms accommodating.
S. '.'CTIIBERT a. 5O x,
Real Estate and General Agents,
Jels 61 Market street.
THE SILL; of the oheap Building Lots
for sale by S. CUTHBERT & SON is 30 by 100 feet,
Location—Near the railroad station, East Liberty.
Price—From $216 to $4OO each.
Terms—One fourth in nand ; remainder at six years credit
The lieu can be seen at the Beal B.ttate ORlee, It Market
14EAR IT IN MIND, that the East Lib
erty Lots aro diered at such prices, and on Such
terms, ai to !mike a home cooly to be obtained.
hear it in mind, that they front un wide streets, the ,•I
easy scenes by railroad, and ore very desirable h.cattous trr
Bear it in mind, that the plan of the lute is to be seen at
jeri. 51 NIA Itlibl! StltEitr.
FOR SALE.-SEVENTY THOUSAND
ACRES of choim Prairie and Timber Land, situated
iu ~.rthern Io a a and Soatliona Mie amnia, embracing the
iluest lut Lf farming lands ev, r uiPred to thin mark - et, IL.
they are 12cated conveniently L.,la, Towns 1111 d tines of
Railroad. Pamphlets conta wing iu:ormation Bf value to
emigrants and c.italoguta gitmg hamtion, description e. , :d
price of the land, with a brief description of the cuantiei
tc hiel they aro 10. tiled, c...; F. tFitilt on application at our
autl they will be Bert tree t.y uLttl to persons solding•
tladr addresa. WILLIAM. Lt. Cu,
rui:6:Lf June,' EenMina, of FunrTh.Rtr ,
WIEN DOLLARS IN HAND, will eec,ire tt
Building Lot of 2.sxldd fei t
Priory $lOO--,f,10 in hand, rot - naiad-E . to mit parch:. r. 01
go, a Lot of 60x100 feet for $25O—V5 in heed, 1,61E11,C0 iu
pa) meut6 to suit purchaser. ti, Cu I'll
je23 51 31.r1cet
12 ACRES of Land and a conifortah le
situate near the Witiihington Turnpike, st
mil:l3 from Jones' Ferry, will be solder' calay term,.
larmedlnte n oeortslon . tl:l•l'srmiLiura
j,20" 61 Market Ptrcot.
ALOT OF GROUND in East Liberty, hear
the P.:lnroad station CO by luo feet will be r.old fur
V:t7b, °tie-fourth in hand, remainder nt Him yrnre credit.
cuTtianitT s: SON.
a Mai k.t street.
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
A. ' PARLAND,
corner of Fonirth and Smithfield Streets,
p ESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT
-EA' he law roceivtd hts Sgrin,; of
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS 0001)S,
(Atha newest styles, best quality aad meet elegant ilescsip
tonF, which too is prepared to manufacture to orth r id the
And with such a character of workmanship, ac canict fail
to satisfy and please the most fastitliont taetoo, [my-19
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.-.-
The firm of HAWORTH . LRO. SI BROWNLEE we 4.,
on the ad of May, 1855, digsolved by mutual co wont, by tho
withdrawal of JEHIJ IiA=VORT3 from the above firm.
The accounts of the lute dim will be eettled by .11..e.WORT/3
JERU HAWORTH, in withdrawing from the above
firm, kindly thanks hia former 1.,,tr0n , and akto the patroao
L, the late firm, for the very liberal patronage ho has re
ceirod, and would kindly recommend them to his eacceseem,
HAWORTH A BROW NLIIO, an they are determined to sell
at low flgurea, having a vary la. go assortment - of CH &AP
URGORILIES, WOES and LIQUORS on hand.
ta-,DA YID HANVORTLI and JAMES BROWNLEE
have tliP3 day asgocteted together, and will continua on the
business at the OLD STAND, corner of Diaraau,l f..nd Dia
timed alley, under the style of IIAWOIIIII /4 BituViN Lig
where they hope to receive that patronage so Ilberall given
to Om old firm, as they are determined to sell EA i'Eti
than any other Store in the city.
Q -- • _
100 barrels "Choice" Golden S,ycup;
15 do "'Deno." iirei Quality thyrup;
Jll4t reetived and fai aol 1y
.1 Noe. 221 and 223 Liberty qtreet
NEW FABRICS IN DRESS GOODS.-
A. A MABO6 , NO. 25 Pi th Srm,
Aro row ov , alag itch
Paris Brill li.nts,
Aud a splowli.l ioleAioa of SPiilvk] SIT AVi (,p1
caEED SWEET POTATOES.-15 barrels
Seed Sweet Potatoes for sale cheap to close consign
merit by JAS. A. FETZER.,
a 23 Corner Market and First streets.
001APOUND SYRUPS OF PHOS Rd ATE'S,
OR CHEM.IOAI FOOD—This preparation is not in
tended as a popular i emedy, but is respectfully submitted
to the Medical Faculty as a nutritive tonic, well suited to
supply the waste of elementary matter dariug the pregreis
of chronic cases, particularly in Dyspepsia and Coast:Liao
tion. This preparation is pleasant to the eye, agreeable i,,
the taste, and greatial to the stomach, and does not u • ns•
eats by protracted nee. hold wholesale and retail by
e 22 Corner Diamond and litlarket strug.t.
fIOUNTRY BACON.-1000 lbs. Country
Bacon, Just recAved end for Rile b 7
JAMES A. 1 , ETZEB.,
at • Corner Market and fret Atroota.
ROOM CORN. —3 tons first quality roe'
and In, tart TI &NILS IL Crh LI NS.
FANCY FRENCH. BASIiETS.—A nice
mburtmeat jn3t opened, 11.0.atib"".
77 Mork , t 6trnvt.
TINDOW GLASS.—An assortment 0
G,'Airkt.ry El.mortod air.os, fur eale by
WM. IL SMITE( .t CO.,
113 Rocond. and 147 First Atreot.i.
WINDSOR SHADES.—hoId bordered
plain and fancy. Also, is hada Trinmings,
always on band at and fur gale cheap by
J. H. PHILLIPS,
myt3 'A and *.n St. eMir street.
INDIA ROBBER. HOSE.—From I inch to
A. 10 Inches in diameter. A large supply Jaat received
at the India Rubber Depot of J. 4:: 11. PHILLIPS,
my 29 2(3 And 23 St. Clair street.
WALL PAPERS.— l iti r allPapers of all
nude for sale at reduced pricea, by
W. P. MARSHALL ,t CO.,
ippaListi GLASS INKSTANDS-0
.02.4 and prised, with Glass and Bronze Tops.
W. S. HAVEN, Stationer
14.4 PS OF 'ILIE DIFFERENT STATES-
Iova, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Nebraska and Karßan,
kth.eouri, Kentucky and Tenaeleo,etc, for `ale y
J. K. EVE :DIN,
Bookadier and Stationer,
No. 63 Wood Woe, near Fourth.
1 BALE LAVENDER FLOWERS, for et
Uy IL L. FAIDTESTOCE E CO.,
Jel2 No. 60 cor. Wood and Fourth strgotu.
DRIED PEACHES-12 sackschoice bright
dry reaches received and for Bole by
JAB. A. FETZER,
Garner Market and First eta.
eIHEESE.-200 boxes W. R.,-
" English Dairy Cheese, for
lien] PESKY H. 001,0148.
DRY APPLES.--50 bags;
150 bblsDry Apples, for mats by
je22 . HENRY IL COLLINS'.
REEN APPLES-2 0 bbla. for sale by
T Igo HENRY H. HOTATNE
AMIAN TOOTH PASTE, prepared
taw the supartsion of Dr. HaWhen Burgeon Den
Ice Woe kV .103. nienaG,
I:=AT:\Wi.;IM , 7!
;...:•!.:.:.... - :•. , -.A•ir4-:
••.• ..... ,•:.•:: ......, ....-,
...... ~......„.....,•, •
THE BALANCE OF MY SPRING STOCK
Condoling of SIXTEEN of their new Seven Octave and
Six and a Half Octave Pianos; have just bean received, and
now ready for examination at the warerooms of the sub-
CU I C FRING SONS' PIANO FORTES are not furnished
by t`tom any other house in this city, and all orders must
be (iirt , red to the subscriber.'
r . f . '", 2 FULL GRAND PIANOS! 3
litND NEW STYLE SQUARE PIANOS
1 - 0 , 61 !Iv° , Menufactrry of CIIIOEERINO & SONS',
ff:-.470N, just reC,l.7.ii from the manufactory of ()bickering
el Boni', Boston, the fel lowing , I:4,zirable and elegant stock o
G, PIANO FORTES :
(me Fall seven octave Grand Piano Forte, with superbly
-arvell ease. Price $BOO
uno Full seven octave Grand_ Piano Forte, elegant Roue-
-41..1 core. Price .$7OO
One New Parlor Grand seven octave Piano, nearly equal ,
in power to a full Grand, and occupying only the
nom of an ordinary square Piano. Price $BOO
SQUARE PIANOS I
Two fail carved Rosewood, Lords X.:Vtli, seven iictlives,
with carved Desk and Feet work.
Two Rosewood seven octave---Clifford style.
Two Rosewood, carved mouldings, seven octave.
Four Rosewood, plain round corners, seven octave.
Throe Walnut, plain round front corners, seven octaves.
Four • .: ,f ,6 CI . 61/ . lit
Four Rosewood " 4, ilit "
All of the above are of their NEW SCALE, and with full
iron frames, and their new Patent Action.
The::. I., , Lrulviebt. have been finished specially for the
Rcb,cribur. and will be warranted to purchasers. For sale
Si their r,dra - .:,.: prit:re. JOHN U. MELLOR,
No. 91 Wood street,
.1.17 Sole Agent for (Dickering & Sons'.
CHIN LES W. LEWIS, ILDEILEINt
FFICE ON TILE CORNER OF WYLIE
AND UIIII. STREETS.
All cennoctra - vith thi.l office will' be attended to
with pte....A.Le,A. Conveyances of all kiwis done with legal
!, Lebs, 'kiertgagA3, Bends, Powers of Ed
to,ney, t. Real .I`state
Te the m:::. tree of tie: ilia Ito ..tn.:era hid set vices ac Com
mllll°ll,3l. to take Depasittens to be read in the Revoral Cour ti
of this titate, and chit:whore. Ilia office it one of the main
Police Stations of the city, and consnrnmntly hi; facilities in
omit:au: l uaiuoeoo: that kind ore };era desiraule. I felO:ly
TAMES S. 1100 N, ALDERMAN, EX
JUSTICE OF TIIE PEACE, AND POLICE.' N. 69 Grant street, nearly eppo
siL, th , Court louse, Pitt,burgh, Pa. DepoEitiona, Ack.r_ow
lelgmento and Prounte3 taken: the Record 4 examined,
mmt,.ges, xvitl4. Loren, Articles of Agree-
Inunt, and of l'nrtur.runlp , Li,ttore of Attorney, etc., etc.,
op ahort not:co; liturtages Solemnized, and all
le I of as otticiP.l dutiea, promptly attended
to. Li:L.4, uni,t• hoar,, 71.4 to t P. n., and from 2
t 6 P u. apSay
143,enootio orcruATU VTEST, * - Fto desire to
:E. pare:lngo good fanning lands, aro infOrmed that we
have for sa!e 632 acres of I 4nd in Boone county, lowa. Also
11-, acres of 1:.1.1 in frunklin county. will bo sold on easy
toms by B. CUTHBERT & SON,
15 . 51 'Market street.
4"NIGARS O!tIARS!—I have received this
‘..." day 4 14r7.4 lot. of genuine imported Morena cigars, of
the old r.:11 known -SenecA" brand. Those wishing 4
Lot of good chore ahonldcall and examine my stock before
purchasing elsestere. JOS. FLMMING,
.112 Corner Diamond and Market at.
C L ARE
) owes N. Johnston a Sons nadoc Claret Wine;
" ‘. St. Julien Claret Wine
00 C. C. St. Julien Claret Wine, in store and for
.1a1.5 by MILLER &
Lay - ift Non. T.t.% and 323 Liberty .treet.
riIIIS.IICALOLIVE SOAP.--1000 boxes
J Gnomical Olive E 2 asive SD5p, on hand cnd for sale by
j ( .7 13.0. A J.. EL t3hYVY
CON.-10 casks Country Bacon Shoul
ders, sidcs and Hams, ;tut received and for sale by
JAB. A. FETZER,
Oorner hfaiket and Vint atraeta.
_ g_ Dl(3o.-2 oases Manilla Indigo, just re
ceived and for 881 e by
mylB MILLER E RICK_ETSON.
DRIED APPLES.-50 bush. Bright Dried
,Applea just received And for aalo by
JAS. A. FETZER,
rl4 Corner Merkel, end Emend Of R.
PONGES. -I have just received a largo lot
finagier Batting Sponges, of every sin° and price.
Mow wishing a R.:aid article In this line, ahould call and
on:amine y btock before purchasing elaewhorc.
Turin Cornar Diamond and Market straat.
10 bales Bordeaux Almonds;
" Paper Shell "
10 bap Filberts ;
30 " Cream Nuts;
30 " Pecan "
300) bus. Ground "
1,300 Cr , coa " Just received and for
ealo by P.BY2IER Er ANDERSON,
No. 89 Wood street,
ten Opposite she St. Charles Betel.
PIANOS AND MUSIC
FROM THE MANUFACTORY OF
CHICKERING & SON'S,
• JOAN 11. MELT OR,
No. 81 Wood etreot,
Solo Agent for Chickering & Bone' Pianos,.
for Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylyantu
PARLOR GRAND PIANOS 11
And iLx-Officio Jnetlce of the Peace,
QTOUKINUS, GLOVES, MITTS, ETC.
Suitable i r the approaching hot season on hand by
jegt JOS. IioRNA', 77 Market street.
PT 1, i'...35,---:500 boxes Bxl.o, 9x12 and 10x12,
EL t,.,- ~,,,, 1.--i (..y, , iiinitY 1.1.. 001,1.120 i.
Car•la, Freight Bills,
Circulars, bray Receipts,
Bill Reads, Labels,
Railroad Receipts, Bills Lading,
With every other description of Job Printing, executed
with pr'naptne.as and a: fair prices.
.i. E. wELDIN,
Printer and Bind..r,
mylit Woad street, near Fourth,
A.Cfi.E,S of choice land, with good
1 preveta mite, Bear the city, for sale oa easy terms by
E. CITIIIBEIRT ic EON,
. . .
jolt) 51 mailt.t erect:.
t;.l ACRES of Earmink, Laud, near
tJ•k_- rJ Uniontown. for sale at $6 Fr acre.
1 4 . CUMBERT do SON, 51 Market at.
LI.S 1 BALLS' BAJI,LSI—A largo no
td Yo,t, Solid and Bat Balla, Just received
an whol,a:e an I re
tail, atSt. the In rtrectdia linblier
2,sand 28 Clair ~
mr.:9 J. t H. PHILLIPS,
A c•i S I FANS 1 I—Palm Fans by the case,
dozon, or single at Et torn prieeajcith other-varieties
cf Fancy F:111P, fur solo at HOMES,
jeS 77 Market street.
Emoss.-100 boxes Palermo Lemdne
_LA JEN:. and for Bala by
HEWER A ANDERSON,
No. 89 Wood street,
....Ito St. Charles EloteL
LAIt I) 01L . -
6 , 0 tar rids Extra No. 1 Lard Oil ;
" No. 2 Lord Oil, on hand and for eale t
by IlaylB] B. C. 4k. J. H. SAWYER.
JAVA COFFEE.—JuBt received a lot o
PJ strictly pare Old Clover runmt Java Coffee. Also, La
guy - ra. and Rio CoMir:, at JAY I.'l E S"2 TL + A STORE,
38 Fifth street.
- DUKE BLAUKBEItitY AND CHERRY
BRANDY, for medicinal purpoeee, at
HAWORTH it BROWNLEE'S,
e 5 in the Diamond.
1..)00.K. RESTS—Made of Mahogany and
well Snit hod. for sale by W. S. HAVEN,
ILL AND COLLECTION BOOKS -A
large emortment alwa; a on hand, or made to order.
W. E. HAVEN,
el 4 Corner Market and Hotond streets.
_.,WYER'S SEAL PAPERS Various
FiZN and colors always on hand, at
Vic S. HAVEN'S,
Corner Ma:hot and &Gond sta.
AL FARM of 238 acres---near Economy, fo
Ba k, b y B. acres, near
51 Market, areet.
- WENCH LEMONS. -20 just received an.
• for kale by KREMER It SON,AND
ir2S No. 39
GERMAN DRAWING} PAPER---In rill
fcr Ibigrr.sera, far !ale by J. x. WELDIN,
ettyl3 F2 Wi.OFI s traat. tagT,Yrortb,
fIIIIII. BANDS, Port Folios, Desk Pads;
Bankers Casei, Part Atoutde3; and Pocket Books, fn
by 'W.' S. RAVEN'S; i
Corner Market and Second atreobi.-
UN.N Y SACKS.-300 large three bushelei
lA , Gunny Baas, new and An good cfrder;for, sale by
JAB. A. FEMUR,
Owner - Ifirstend !dulcet strode.
AAESTNITTS.-5 'barrels Ita li an, received
this day, and for sale by
ItBYKRP. .4t ANDZIMON,
No. 89 Wood street,
Opposite tit. Charles Hotel.
THE SUBSCRIBERS TEA VE CONSTANT
LY on hand a complete stock ot •
001010VILIO I i PART OP
Volunteer, Companies: 1
Irtll.39lllCD WI FULL 'AT 811011 T :INTROS.
SILK AND BUNTING FLAGS MADE— TO ORDER.
JNO. B. M. I PADDErsi
95 MARKET STREET.
WAHL FiIiNESTOCI4 't
No. 14 Wood, street, Pittsburgh,
'ETAS-JUST REOLIVED DIRECT:FROM
„ „ ,
._ . .
,Cigifil' Aiiiii . 'GUN' SCIITIt:
, 9 I
doiu ROES; PATENT AND commorrnlivruli FFEar.
• Traps , I 'very- superior 'Diawer Locks,' forhaoi3riur Gii
Locks, Tinned dud Ea n mailed, Rance Pans, Alazting.gPoon 6 2
Braas Cs'adloitleks, Bros:lt:licks, Broad Stair Rods; Braces a=
Bits, Measuring Tapes; Superior. Waiter; . Carryiebmbs,
Teaccs, Coil, Fifth, Pooples, Stretch and Bresst Ohoins ; with
n roricty of other gc.ed - 4,, oil of frtti:h tart tio 614 at mod
oroL) ton ao. .a. 0,3
A MES MILLE 0 AR, IvIONONGAIIELA
0 1) PLd'NING nILL, would re'spectfally inferin s the'inblia
that he has rebuilt Wilco the tire, and .4avitig Palaripd his
omtablisliniont, and filled it with the newost and moat op
proved machinery, ti now prepared to furnish flooring and
planed boards, co rowl*i7tillf_r and rem:wing, doors, sash and
>butters, kiln dried, frames, niouldingsi bon cl*ki;g,
Eolith Pittsburgh. September 7, 1857. LelB.lo
GENTS' SHOES AND GAITERS.,
C H 11 . A P.
No. 17 IroTn . ST.
CHI GbRENS' SHOES
WINDOW GLASS.-SPOO yards from 2
to 6 Inch inch diabAter, fbe ado by
B EANS. -25 bblo. whit© Beane . , for; salo by
JAB. A. FRTZRII,
4.27 Gatuor and t Mniket sts.
LA RUE ,N
IfANDS IN VIRGINIA, lowa dna:Texas,
for =le by .c.t. cIIITMIRRT • il; SUM
myl3 , 61 hiurket tract.
INDIA RUBBER CARRY C0M8..--, The
beet article in nee, ;net rocelvd at the India Rubber
Depot, 26 and 28 tit. Clair etrett. .
my 22 .
J. & 11. PIEMLIP.S.
pRINTED BILL BOOIC-S—AssortedEliZes
NV. S. HAVEN'S
ra,y24 Stationary . . Warehouse.
IEXAS, TEXAS.-540 acres of goodfaxra
ing land in Haya county, near Amain; TOXLM'
and timber land, Su pur acre, far bale by
3. WTI:WERT S SON, 61 Market at.
OIL CLOTH CRASH-1500 yards of vari
ous patterns and widths, Just" received, from the fan
jj4g,crirnotar,alo or retail, by
J. a 11."1.1111LIPS,
26 and 28.91 Clair at:cc*
_T UST RECEIVED A SUPERIOR :LOT
ty of Double and Single Barreled Onus, for sale low by
DARTWILIGHT .t.,YOUNO 9 .
No. SO TrocA street.
tFOR SALE.—tine-third of a valuable 'pro
petty, having a front 61130 fret - on Wood street by 60
deep on Cirth streAA. S. CUTHBERT It BON,
mrda 51 Market street.
QEVEN ACRES.—A Lot of Ground of 7
f.. 7 norm, In Collins townolan, (morning oiciojernltnpla for
a countrr rem:Wenn. Per sale by
my2l a CUTIIBEIVP EON, 51 minims st.
GLASS. -300 boxes assorted. sizes Window
Glass, good country brand, fir sale by
Grainy iL _counts.
ROCAIS.-50 doz. reo'd.and forisle by
ILENIti IL COLLENS.
- 1,' 1 .1511.-500 packages White Fish, Salmon,
_„L' and Trout, for' ealo by (my7.l) IL-11. COLLINS.
NO. D. WOREAR Y'S COL'D• PRINTING
IN S—Sold by - N s.l - 2.11 J. R. WELDIN.
lORN.-10 bags shelled Corn receiv©d and
for sale by (Jai 1113-tillY IS COLLINS.
fI . OIINTRY - BACON.-1000 lbfi, Oduntry
Bacon, Hama, Shouldion and Sides, received and. for
sale by JAS. A. FETZER;
rovl2 Corner Monet and Vtrst sta.
`HECK. BOOKS—On all the Banks and
_l'Brokers at W. 9. HAVEN,
mr24 , Printer and Stationer.
O.ALAD OEL.-1.0 baskets pure, just reo'
and for sal ' ' by ItilYardi. ANDEB.SON,
4 No. i 9 Wood street.
LAWRENCE, CO.'S DOUBL
.E.NAWKLED VISITING CARDS.—SoId by
J. IL WELDIST
IORN.-200 bush. prime white Corry for
Bala 14 (ar97) tt.ENRY 11. COLLINS.
rfrO commodious three etory.Frarne
norm, with Brick Easement—eitnated on Bedford
coreetm—to rent, by and
Ecr2s • Ilea. at and 223 Liberty street.
1111111UTTER.-3 bbls. fresh roll, for Salo by
mrl6 ' nr,lgitY FL OOLLTDB
(IB.EAP WALL PAPER.—A new supply
of new portents for E ;I v ? tv
MAIIS : OALL - a c 0..,
Si Wood Btreot
glutton -100 bx 6. McClung & Caxapte
I.l.T.tra Starch, for nal() by
1e2.0 11. Slllll3F.t CO.
$l5O A two story frame house, o our
LOOMIS, bituato In .3cath Flttabutgla, near
too Bridgo. Largo lot cf ground, fruit freed, Ice. Tap
111(:01. easy. For dale at the ttcal Estate Office of
oUTEEBEBT dr. SON,
51 'Market street.
OHN THOMPSON & CO. - jug
ej received and for eala, a large lot of
Englift Wel:titian Red,
Rochelle Ochre '
American Zinc, •
White Lead ? and
116-ir hitt! ItiP
V , LOUR-50 bbl 3. Superfine Flour just re
ceived and for sale-by JAS. A. - FETZER,
Corner Matttot and First streets.
TAB CANDLES.-1000 boxes - _Extra
IC Quality Adamantin.e Star Candles, on hand aid for
Bate by Lieu , B. 0. is J. IL SAWYAB.
ARD UlL.—No. 1 and No. 2 Lard:Oil
_L. A - -constantly on hand and for Bale by
137 13. C. &J. H. SAWYER. •
VIIRE MADEIRA AND CLARET
WINES, by the bottle or gallon, at,
ILIWOILTII .5c BR %OWLEE
a tho Diaronad.
BIILLDING LOTS--12 Lots, each 30 feet
front by 100 deep,
75 efts iniEnst Liberty,--near
lledleoad Depot. Prices from $2 t0.5406--tercas,onet
in hand, balance at 6 years credit. Call and Bee the plan.
my 26 CUTIIPERT EON, 51 Market et.
/PESTERS.—Borders and circles .lor Tes-
A. tors. for silo Ey rov3ll dr.
11.0311NY.-6 bbls. Flint Hominy for sale
cyl2 by FIXZEIt, .
. Corner Market an - dititlitittit.
an d for ode ItEVEC ti.pD i aB B o l7 N oo ,
friORPEDOES.-500,000 No. 1, just ree'd
FOli, FOURTH. OF • .
jv —tire Werke and. Fire Balloons manufactured by H.
r.. Diehl, Pyrotochniat, for sale by
No. 39 Wood street,
Opposite •the St. Chutes Markt
I'AYETTE COUNTY FA_Ra . FOR SAILE.
—BO2 acres in Wharton township, 4.0 muter fence with
log house, etc, good springs; coal and limestone; oneebalf
the farm is line timber land, and abort 100 acres in meadow.
The soil is good, well adapted for a stock or grain firm, sit.
nate at 1% mites from Fayette, Sp; lugs, 9 mites from Union
town, and 15 from Oonaellsvillo, will be sold at a low prim,
or exchanged for approved Western leads.' -
Jog , _ OITTUBEIIT urt 51 Market it.
IDIOVRE JAMAICA RUM I) ILO •
jk GIN, by the bottle or gallon, at
12 the Dian:Lona
WIN_ lIMIRELLA.S.:—SiIk - aiid .Ginglistm
1..7 Bon' Umbrellas, suporior to 'ParnsoLq, for aale atirnry
w rotes, at . J3OIINE',I, ..
inS • ' - Ti Ili:lift g#ect:
TV' IGNS—Aiv i•t eseitir t 'to 'Dectiraiiire
; for ddsigns panneling in Oa; Marble ,and. , ftesciA
Prepared__l)ytizAßEtliALL - .ti CO.
", do, by. Jorouroar-4 cai
Stationers, 61 Wood s
udge and J 3
O lL quota, t 6 all colors, for Fire Boords f
%V. P. 3100110 MX:
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