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z PERRIN & JOHNSON,
Proprietors of Childs B Co.'s
Yoteut Elastic 'Fire and Water Proof
133 THIRD STF , RPT.
RDEB. s for ROOFING promptly and faith
fully atecated, and all our work warranted.
Roofing material always on hand, and fir sale, with di
recrionri for noo. sep/ly
Jos. FIADIIIATON u 00”
ga:C.-ENIIERS AND DIACELINTESTS,
rzn,.: Liberty ttreet, it, Pa.
UPERIOR STEAM ENGINES for Grist
kj and ,Sa - , :•lilL3, Breweries, Printing Establishments,
[natio to order. '2h-,y tlso continue tho
roanuactare of their CelebratAl 'foots, such 8.1
`.:_ s urting Loth-s, Iron Planers, Baring and Drilling Machines,
ix,. Lieu, Wron4h.: Iron ,511aftIng, with Pulleys, Mongers,
tt.z.. Etc. Ja&lyd
sacs r6'TUOISSIPSON Sr. CO.,
TIOUSE PAIN'rERS, GLA.ZIERS AND
‘. GRAINER?, N 0.125 Thirri stroet. SIGN PAINT.
G executed with neatnets and de patch. Mixed Paints,
Turpentine, Varnish, Japan and English Patent Dry-
E'l .lanntaigne Muck - , a very superior article; Phila-
phis and Pittsburgh Vi'hiteLead always on hand and for
Vie aro privared to grind colors fur Paintera, Drug.
E.,t3, or others, at the shortest notice, as we have a Mill
o'cli grinds by steam Painters will save money by get
t awl" colors ground with 113.
GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES,
.tar' IfifiNIIFA.CTURER Y S PRICES.
cr cb.eßpest rind best article° ever
Lrz,a,-, 1 2.t thi3 city.
TEERY.O).II. , T ANN 0 BAB.O.I.MTERS,
:Laying is pric,e , from sti to $.34:1 each.
1 , .7,7e. 012 nand et G. R. SHAW'S,
Optician, 59 lifth Erect.
B. C. & J. EL SAWYER,
AND ROSIN SOAPS
If 0. 47 Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
'JOHN EIBER it Co.,
FANCY DYERS BD SCOURERS,
r.a7c). E 3 ES3-75.t.12.
Inc I:EN LLBERTI STILEITS,
Ail kinds of Shawls, Dresses, Ribbons, and
-1340 , y deacription of `Wilk and Woolen ,130;:de executed at
end on reasonable terms. LapMl3m
0-saace of Sealer of Weights and
THE OFFICE OF THE UNDERSIGNED,
2.1- SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASDRE'S,
Mr.: be for.r.d lienei , forth, in Cherry alloy, bettan Third
and Fourth st - ee. M, where ordors may be loft.
rarr:tf •caear.as BARNETT.
e rccolvtdS HAVEN'S Elastic Steel Pens just
. and fpr salt) tho Stationery Store,
I-- V • Nos. 31, 33 and 35 Market stroet.
MIIE FRANKLIN ALMANAC FOR 1859.
ihiai --11 , 5 wriLknawn and popular annual, formerly pub
by Johnston it Stockton, after a lapse of years, will
u. a shortly Le issued. The circulations as formerly will
la; made by t a skillful mathematician, Sanford 0. Hill,
Esq., who will also prepare for its pages such reeding mat
ter us. will make it an entertaining and instructive maga-
Eine. Baolles the reliable astronomical calculations, a new
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meridian lintit and other matters of permanent value will
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cod orders will be tiled according to priority.
WM. ft. JOHNSTON & 00.,
I:nl4k-hors, Printers, Stationers, and Blank Book Makers,
- 57 Wood street, Pittsburgh. 'Jett
OFIEESE.-300 boxes good cutting Cheese
‘J 'received and for sa3e by
J 9 g HENRY H. COLLINS.
TARCII.-250 boxes Pearl Starch in store
12> end for sale by
ARD 9IL.—We have commenced mann
factoring Lard Oil, and will be pleased to receive or
dc , rs for it. We will warrant it equal to any OIL in the mar
-t. Vic trill HII barrels returned when desired.
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t " 440
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
FARMER'S UNION INSURANCE COMPANY,
At ATHENS, BRADFORD COUNTY, PA., Jan. 1, MS, all
preeented to the Stockholders, and made no in compliance
with the State Laws of New York, Ohio, Indiana,Minots, ac.
The name of the Company is the FAIMIKRS' UNION IN
SURANCE COMPANY, located at Athens, Pa. Chartered
April 13, 1959, by the Legislature of Pennsylvania. Charter
Cash Capital, which La all paid up 260,000 00
Surplus in addition thereto 63,485 61
Fifty-four Bonds and Mortgagee, at
six and seven 'id cont. interest,
amounting in the aggregate t0...5162,315 00
Which mortgagee are or valua
ble and productive real estate,
principally farms, recorded and
first liens, worth generally double
the amount and more than mort
gaged for in each case, and in no
case less than fifty Ili cent. more,
exclusive of flora buildings, and
so certified by the Recorders,
wheze recorded, to the and tom of
the States of Ohio and Illinois.
Nineteen six t;i cent. Bonds amply
secured. 47,685 00
Claeh on hand and in Bank 6,449 12
Cash in hands of Agents, and in
course of transmission, secured
by bonds with sureties 18,761 63
Due on losses re-Insured, As 7,836 61 ,
Bills receivable, Iris: promissory
cotes payable at bank and to the
Company.-- 8.246 82
Interest accrued, (principally due
January 1,1858,) 1 19 46
Safe and office Fixtures and Furni
ture 600 00
Amount of Premiums received during the
year $ 85,231 30
Am't interest received during the year 11,442 05
Am't received from all other sources 2,480 00
Expensee for the year, including
commissisas t salaries, rents, rein
eurance, printing, advertising,
t3X1311 and all other expenses $ 19,199 6d
Dividends paid during the year 17,000 00
Losses paid, which occurred prior
to December 31,1856 7.674 63
Losses paid which occurred daring '
the year 16,561 54
Lomoa adjusted and not das (since
paid) $ 12,500 4
Losses incurred and in process of
adjustment 9,307 00
Locsea reported, on which no action
has been taken 6,E.00 00
Losses resisted, on ground of insur
ance after fire, property transfer
red before loss, property last not
covered by the Policy, Ac 12,100 00
t 39,407 89
Whole anion ,tof risks taken during the year-$5,429,862 00
Whole amount of risk at date 4,861,440 00
STATE 07 PENNSYLVANIA, COUNTY QP BP.ADPOILD,
C. N. Shipman, President, and J. B. Canfield, Secretary of
the Farmers' Union Insurance Company, being severally
duly sworn,. depose and say, and each for himself says, that
the foregoing is a trne, full an 9 correct statement of the
affairs of said corporation, and that they are the above de.
scribed racers thereof. 0. N. BOIPMAN, President.
J. E. CANFIELD, Secretary.
Subscribed anti sworn before me, this 25th day of Jruan
ery, 1858, H. 0. BAIRD, Justice of the Peace.
T. J. HUNTER, Agent,
apl7:l y No. 80 Water street, Pittsburgh.
Reliance 'lanai Insurance Co.
ON BUILDINGS, LIMITED OD PERPETUAL, MERCIHAN-
DIRE, FURNITURE, 60., 11l TOWN OR COUNTRY.
Office, Ho. 309 Walnut street.
CAPITAL, 0177,926 AR , NTS, 4252,403 SO.
Invested as follows, viz:—
Post Mortgage on Improved City Property, worth
double the amount .$120,300 00
Ponnisylvania Railroad Co.'s 8 per cent. Mortgage
Loan, $30,000 cost 25,500 00
Allegheny County 6 per cent. Peun'a R. R. Loss. 10,000 00
Pennsylvania Railroad Co.'s Stock 4,000 00
Stock of the Reliance Mutual Insurance 19,150 00
Stock of County Piro Insarsuce ......... 1,050 00
Scrip of Sund.ty Insurance Ourapanies....—....—... 476 00
Bills Receivaele,busLuists paper__ 62,711 50
Bout Accotir.ts, storms] Interest, etc. 3,338 19
Cash ou hand and In Bank 16,043 20
William A. Thompson,
David B. Brown,
John B. Worrell,
H. L. Carson,
Charles B. Wood,
James S. Woodward,
mr3 North-east cor
MERCHANTS' INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Plalladel . ol2lm..
Wit. V. PETTIT, .........D. J...NDCANN, Secretary.
AniJunt of Copital Stock paid in and Inveated...sloo,ooo 00
Survina 63,42 S 33
Insares Cargo Risks on tho Ohio and nlisilssippi Rivers and
tributaries. Insures against loss or damage by Fire,
Also, against the Perils of the Bea and inland
Navigation and Transportation.
Wm. 17. Pettit, J. C. Montgomery, Juhn M. Paturoy,
D. J. licCattu, N. V. Witmer, It.aao G union,
B. L. Woolnton, John A. Mkrahall, Chas. h. Wright,
John J. Pattorson, Elwood T. Posey.
la Philadelphia': Ir. .I'7r3dde/phia:
Bolger, Lamb & Co., Steinmits, Justice A Co.,
Truitt, Bro. h . Co., Buck, Morgan it St'Hole,
A. T. Lane it Co., Puniroy, Caldwell it Co.
PITTSBURGH OFYICE, SO. 97 WATER STittiPT.
spit 8.. W. POINDEXTER, Agent.
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
CHARTERED HY TEE Litamarcras Olf PENNSYLVANIA
Cash capita_ 4300,000 I Premium Nstat—Sl 32 , 343 -
Tins COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
N IL Buildings, Merchandise, Parnittire, kc., in town or
Hon.Jno.J. Pearce, Hon. G. 0. Hart ey,l Charles A. Mayer,
John B. Hall, Charles Crist,Peter Dickinson,
T. T. Abrams, D. K. Jackman, W. White,
HON. 0. C. HARVEY, President.
T. T. Ann.v.:— . ., Vice. President.
Tune. grroazet, Secretary.
&mdel IL Lloyd, IDr. J. B. Crawford,
A. A. Winegardner, John W. Maynard, A. Updogran,
L. A. Mackey, Hon. B. Cameron, James Armstrong,
A. White, Thoe. Bowman D.D, William Fearon,
James Quiggle, Wm. Yandorbelt, HOB. Wm. Bigler,
OFFIC.&—NO. 85 FIFTH 13THEBT, Prrrsaustaa.
de2l:ff J. A. LIPPF,IIT, Agent.
roTTE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
IL COMPANY, OF PHlLADELPHlA
inneo7ohaelos W. Bancker,Thomas hart, Tobias
Wagner,Samuel Grant, Jacob IL ith, Geo. W. Richards,
rlordec.ri D. Lewis, Adolphi E. Eerie, David 8. Brown, Mop!
rip Patterson- Caen. N. illieozia, President.
Caen. G. Hinman Secretary.
Continua to make Insurance, perpetual or limited, on every
do.seription of property, in town.and.ounntry, 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, of.
ford ample protection to the assured.
The Assets of the Company, on January let, 1851, as pub.
lished agreeably to an Act of Assembly, were as follows, viz:
Mortgage $918,128 68
Real Estate- 84,877 78
Temporary Lanus 88,9158 17
Cksh, —... 64,846 81
Total- $ 1 , 91 %7 03 443
Pine their incorporation, a period of twenty-one years,
they hare paid upward of One Milli on Boor Hundred Thou.
sand Doilars,l oases by fire, thereby affording evidence of the
advantages of insuran ON ea well as the ability and disposition
to moot with promptness all liabilities.
J. GARDENER CKWFlNedgent,
°ince, north-cart chr. Wood and Third eta.
WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY
G DOECIE r,A.Rsra, i - resident;
E M. iikonDo3, Secretary.
°Mal No. 42 Water street, (Spank & Oo'e Warehouse,) up
Will insure agatust all kinds of r l RE and MARINE RISKS.
A Home 'lnstitution, managed by Directors who are a-ell
knolvn in the community, and who are determined,
promptness and liberality, to maintain the character which
they have assnineed, so offering the best protection to those
who desire to be insured.
ASSETS, OCTOBER Slat, 1857.
Stock „ • .... $121,500 00
Mortgagor-- ............ 2,180 00
L721.a Receivable, 4,161 et
Moe Parnitunv„...— --
Open ...... 9,478 04
Oaah,— --....- ...... 14,841 45
Premium Notoe,-...., • ....... -......--. 40,246 59
Ms Discounted, 125,003 78
Gang° Dares, N. Miller, Jr.,
J. W. Butler, George W. Jackmn,
Andrew Ackley, Wm. =At,
Nathaniel Holmes, Alexander Nimlck,
D. M. Lang, Wm. IL Smith;
O. W. Kick. ' .F. ia. Gams.
HENRY H. OOT 1158.
IDAVON;;-3000 lbo (krantry Bawl, for ado
norse Vt. N, WM a CO,
PUBLISHED DAILY BY JAMES P. BARR, AT THE «POST BUILDINGS," CORNER OF WOOD AND FIFTH STREETS; AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUAL
--$ 253,485 51
monis ran Tel me 1857.
X 2,463 89
CUM TINOLEY, Yrusideat.
Benjamin W. Tingley,
Jacob T. Bunting,
Wm. M. Semple, Pittsb'g
. HINCHMAN, Secretary.
111.NELI COFFIN, Agent,
er Third and Wood atreets.
WILLIAM. V. PEI ilT, Prutdca
E. F. WITZIER., nce President.
D. J. hIcOANN, SeereAry.
LOOK HAV=V' j CLINTON COUNTY.
LIFE. FIRE AND MARINE
NO. 96 WATER STREET,
BOBKEiT GALWAY, President.
Aunt. BRADLEY, Vice Praia'dent.
P. A. &Nur/a!, Socrelary.
4111KILis Company makes exeryinimrance appertaining to
or connected with LIFE EL311.13.
Also, against HULL AND CARGO RISKS on the Ohio
and itiatissippi Rivera and tributaries, and MARINE RISKS
And against Lose and Damage by Fire, and against the
Perila of the Bea and Inland Navigation and Transportation.
Policies leaned at the lowest rata consistent with safety to
Eureka Insurance Company of Pennsylvania.
OFFIOE, NO. 99 WATER ET, PITTSBUROII.
Stock, Cue Billa—payable on demand and secured by two
approved names $ 76,890 00
Cash En Pittsburgh Trust Company 62,'280 37
Premium Notes. 82 993 80
Bills Recelvable..-- —.... 15,986 01
122 aharea Exchange Bank Stock—cost 6,950 00
99 do Mechanics' Bank Stock—cost 6,490 03
WO do Iron City Bank Stock—amouni, paid. 7,500 00
200 do Allegheny Bank Stock— do do 6,000 00
Book Accounts 13,250 2.1
ROST. FINNEY, Secretary-.
CITIZENS' INSURANCE COMPAN V
WELLLtiId BAGALBY, President.
SAMUEL L. IiAItBIIFIL.L, Bccretary.
OFFICE: 94 Water street, betwan Afarkzt and strati
Insures MILL AND 01,240 ILIBIfy , on the Ohio
and Mississippi Rivera and tribtaarica.
Insures against Loss or Damage by ARIL
Also, against the Perlis of the Sea and Inland Navigation
PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE
No. 119 Chesnut Street,
Oppalte the Onatom House.
WLLL MAKE ALL KINDS OF INSU
RANCE, either Perpetual or Limited, on every
description of Property or Merchandise, at reasonable razes
ROBERT P. ram, President.
M. W. BALDWIN, Vice President.
Charles B.ayes, E. P.. Cope,
E. B. English, Uoorge W. Brown,
P. B. Savory, Joseph S. Paul,
C. Sherman, • John Clayton,
S. J. Magargee, E Wilot .
Y. IlLecautraNr., Secretary.
J. G. COFFIN, Agent,
Jy4:ly Corner Third and Wood streets
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS
Corner Irvylia Stre•t and Daqueena Way,
1. D. MARKER, - - - PROPRIETOR,
(Formerly of the ••ELuker i/ Blulreville, Pa.)
E SCOTT HOUSE IS NOW. COM
PLXTED AND OPEN FOIL GUESTS. It is situated
in a oentral part of tho city, being cot •ieulout td all P.ailroad
Depots and Steamboat Landings.
The Homo was built in ISt 1, with all modern Imprevo
metits, and fated up in splendid style—the entire Furniture
helms new—and will in every respect be a first class HoteL
Flue STABLES are attached to the premises. [JeLI7
BY ELI YOUNG, FIFTH STREET.
bearita The attention of Merchants
and others is directed to this
establishment, which has been recently fitted - *"s"
up for the purpose of affording a SUBSTAN
TIAL EATING HOUSE IN A CiI.N'TILAL LOCATION'?
Country folks attending market are particularly invited to
call. liverything pertaining to an HAZING SALOON will
always be found, of the freahest the market affords.
A. LOWRY, Proprietor,
Corner Main dreel and Yunghiagheny River,
Near theßaitroad Depot
WEST NEWTON, PENN'A.
ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW IN COM
PLETE order for the reception of visitors. It is beau
tifnllo located on the banks of the Youghiogheny river, and
can be reached every day from the city by the Comteßavine
Railroad. The rooms are large, airy and well furniahed,and
the could be no pleasanter place fr a few weeks summer
residence in the country. A few families can be accommo
dated. Terms moderate. Address A. LOWRY,
my2s:tf West Newton, Pa.
Under Foistgire New National Theatre,
D. BARNARD, - - - PROPRIETOR,
AS FITTED, UP IN A TASTEFUL
and comfortable style, the largo centre store in the
ODD,YELLOWS HALL. Fifth street, as a FIRST CLASS
RESTAURANT AND SALOON. Having had many years'
erpirience in the business, hole prepared to supply the best
the market affords. His Bar will be furnished at all times
with the best WINES, LIQUORS AND ALES. The on ,
trance to the Saloon, is in the centre of the Hall, and re.
.froshments will be furnished at all times, DAY and NIGHT
(Sundays exce.tetl4 apl4:ly
COR. PENIV'A AVENUE 4 THIRD ST.,
WASHINGTON, D. G.
A. F. BEVERIDGE PELOPHIETHEII3B.
H. W. KANAGA.
S 0 - I! °TEL,
Opposite the Penna. Railroad Depot,
Y-1 A RRTFIBMIG, PA. [jel6
YortmEß-rY U. S. HOTEL,
JAILS SEANNOPT, Proprietor.
THIS HOUSE IS LOCATED ON THE
corner of PENN and WASHINGTON Streets, between
the CENTRAL AND WESTERN RAILROAD DEPOTS, and
has undergone a thorough Improvement, remodeled and
famished with new furniture, and le now the most conve
nient Hotel In Pittsburgh, for Travelers by Railroad, East
or West. myS:l5,
MANSION HOUSE, GEORGE AURENTZ,
num= No. 844 Liberty Street, Just beside the
Passenger Depot of the Pennsylvania Railroad, which makes
It the most convenient house in the city for passengers arri
pby that road.
e proprietor having, at considerable expense, fitted up,
excellent style, the MANSION HOME, would respect
fully solicit a share of public patronage. There is attached
a splendid STABLE and extensive WAGON YARD, afford.
lug ample accommodation to travelers and teamsters. His
Larder and Bar will be furnished with the host the market
can afford. febl:y
No. 11)11 WOOD Street, '
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DPkr , FR IN LAKE AND
The undersigned basing received from the Eastern mar
ket, selected with great care,
SMELT, HALIBUT, HADDOOK, -
FRESH OOD FISH, EASTERN BUN FISH,
SEVERAL VARIETIES OF LAKE FISH,
Now York Prince , ' Bay, Egg Wand,
Egg Harbor, Shell °intern.
The finest ever brought to this city. Every delicacy of the
season served up at the EXCELSIOR RESTAURANT.
aplyd 8. BTRINRUCIE.
QT. GLAIR HOTEL, corner Penn and St.
Clair streets, Pittsburgh, Pa.—The underalgued, former
ly of "Brown's Hotel," having taken this large and con:ono
diens HOTEL, and having refitted it in magnificent style,
would respectftilly invite his friends and the traveling public,
to give him a call. Manfred, with the convenience of the
house and his long experience in the business, &c.,e a n give
entire satisfaction, and his charges moderate.
feb22 WM. O. CONNELLY.
Lippincott, Shorten & Pearson,
NO. 104 WOOD STREET, NEAR EII;TH.
MANUFACTURERS OF TRUNKS, Va,
um, Eat and Bonnet Bosse, Ladles Traveling
Trunks, Carpet Bags, Ac, - keep conStantly on hand a ledge
stock. - We arel..
prepared to do a wholesale trade, and hav
ing facilities to turn out good stock at reduced prices, wo
told invite the• trials to call and examine our goods be•
tatiparobidas ti A>
Robert Galway, Samuel Itralnikan,
Joseph P. Gezzam, M. D., John Boott,
James Marshall, David Richey,
James W. Hallman, Charles Arbuthnot,
Alexander Bradley, Joseph B. Leech,
John Fullerton, N. F. Hart,
David IL Ohamberv, Itobert H. Hartley,
William Carr, Jno. Wall'. selA
Assets..Alay 1, 1858.
J. 11: Bhoenberger, G. W. Cass,
W. It. Nhnick, Isaac M. Pennock,
John A. Caughoy, W. W. Martin,
C. W. Batchelor, it. T. Leech, Jr.,
It. I). Cochran, Darld McCandless,
James J. Bennett, George B. Belden.
Wm. J. Anderson,
LIOENBERGER, Prealden t
Willi . in Bagaley, Capt. Mark Sterling,
Samuel Kea, Samuel M. flier,
James M. Cooper, John S. Dilworth,
James Park, Jr., Francis Sailors,
Isaac 31. Pennock, William B. Hays.
Springer Harbarigh, John Shipton,
Capt. Samuel 0. Young, Walter Bryant,
John Caldwell. jag:
THE NATIONAL SALOON,
PITTSBURGH, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1858
ROBERT A. LOOMS,
(Soccestior to B.T. C. Morgan,)
STATIONER AND DEALER 111 BOOKS, PERIODICALS
No. 41 FifthEttroot, Pittsbnigb, Pa. n025:1y
mIIE - undersigned have ontued into Co-
Partnership, tinder the stylnef Wm. C. Johnston & Co.
SAMUEL IL. JOHNSTON, JR.,
WILLIAM O. JOH.ISTON.
Pittsburgh, September 5, 1857.
8. R. JOHNSTON, /FL WM. O. JuRNBTOM.
G. JOHNSTON CO..
QTATIONERS, Blank Book Manufacturers,
aud JOB PRINTERS, No. 5'7! Wood ctrisq, butsve.m
Third aud Fourth, Pittabrtrgh, Pa. et:ZU
WHY WILL YOU BURN CAMPIIENE
AND FLUID, when you can. t a cheaper and bet
ter light. Pure Kerosene Oil, made front the gas of Cannel
Coal, produces the cheapest, must brilliant, steady, pleasant
and safe portable light ever offered to the public, and no
danger of explosion; more brilliant than gas; and quite as
cheap; Lampe of the most simple and easily managed con
otruction. Fur sale by T. 1). A 13.HODMINSON,
So. 49 Smithfield street.
t&-Bawaraor a I \ Inntoreit alroa.i • zu the market ' mail. 3
from Catanheue, with a little Gal )11 t.) ucent Its Ife27:ly
COOKING BY. GAS.
A WORD TO TIIE LADIES.
fIIIE HEATED TERM IS APPROACH
ING, find we call the attentlau cf tho Lsdiea to the
COOKING, IRONING, ETC., •
Can be done with economy, without opproisivo heat, wlth•
oat soot, and with despatch—;he aro being always rwy in
a tuutueut--by using
I7fltiagyffliVe.o GELS Cooking Stove,
To which we respectfully triVitA3 your atteutlen, et No. 75
draith.neld street. 9 A. JOUNAUN fs BRU.
ttM. County and City Blights for ctio. apl2:llna
T lON,C ONFECT
I ON,CO N.FEOT t
CO NFECTI ON .
The most plaesan:, safe and effectual Worza Remedy now
Prepared and eold,iwholesate and retail, by
A.Neßldi 4: RAPT, '-
Cor. Wood and dixth rti., Pittsburgh, Pa „:.,L
And eald by Draratlai onceralv. ;031'
Q T. CHARLES LIVERY STABLES.-
The undenigned:has bought the lease
. c of the above named Stables, to-r. ---^a=.•eir
gether with n portion of the ezten- • -
.C 1 elve stock uf, Horses and Carriages '
late the property of James Mathews, lecoaned. In addition
to the stock before-mentioned, ho has also added a number of
FINE HORSES, BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
which were formerly employed at hie Livery Stables in
Third, below Wood street. As he gives his personal atton•
don to the hnsiners, a ~ .entinuance et the patronage which
he Mae hitherto reoei Ted frtll: public is solicited.
St. Charles Livery Stablca.
N. B.—A HEARSE and any number of CARRIAGES ran
elwayn be procured for Punerple. de29
THE 011 E MICAL OLIVE ERASIVE
SOAP, manufactured by B. C. A J. U. Sawyer, re
receives the preference over all other kinds ever offered for
Its advantages over other Soaps ere:—let. It 13 cheaper
to use, one pound being equal to three of common rosin
Seep. 2d. Half the time need only b, occupied in washing
o Len this Soap is used In place of other Soup. ad. Labor
in washing can be nearly dispel:a:rod with, rut the clothes
will require little it any rubbing, thus avoiding their wear
on the wash-board, 4th. Poiling the clothes ie unnecessary
when this Soap Is cued, and hard or salt water answers
equally as well as soft. [AIL Printers, Mechinists, Painters
and others, find It far superior to ether Soaps. It speedily re
moved grease, tar, paint, printers' ink and dirt (torn the
hands, leaving the skin soil, and free from chapping.
To avoid the labor of rubbing the clothes, and the use of
the wash-board, the following directions should be followed :
For the washing of eight or ten of a family, take ono
pound of Soap, cut it into shavings, and dissoive in one
gallon of hot water; put the clothes into a tub containing
about ten gallons of warm water; Mu in the diesolved
Soap, and stir thoroughly. Let them soak twenty to thirty
minutes, wring out, and rinse In warm water once, cold
water twice. A very dirty wrist-band, or seam, or grease
spots, may require a slight rubbing, bat otherwise the
clothes will come out clean and white, without rubbing or
boiling. Cold water may be used in place of hot, requiring
about double time In soaking.
Observe our name on each bar.
For male, in any quantity, at our warehouse, No. 47 ,Wood
street, and at our works, oppoaite tie Round Howe, Yana.
sylvania avenue. B. C. & J, 3. SAWYER,
ap2l No. 47 Wood street.
IBUCKWHEAT FLOUR.-20 sacks Buck
wheat Iflour, MI lb sacks, just received and for sale
by IIicOANDLESS, MEANS &
tao Corner Wood and Water struts.
FLOUR.. -25 bble. Superfine Flour received
and for sale byMcOANDLEBS, /101AN8 ek 00,
fo2o Corner Wood and Water streets.
EMIGRANT RIFLES.--A most dosiillble
and cheap weapon, at BOWS a TETLEY'S,
nt7l tie. 150 Wand ettar4,
LARD.—A prime article of No. 1 Lard, in
barrels said keg; Just receivod and for gale by
hicOANDLEBB, ALEANS dt Co.,
Ja23 Corner of Wood and Water strebtn.
.4 Lags Pimento;
100 43 min Pepper, Jnat roce . . ived and 1. r ealo
L y MILLKIL k BIORIMOII.
....!;:•A. 221 And 2233 Liberty @treAt.
NEW ARRIVALS.—We are taking into
store, (123 Wood otreet,) an immeass stock of flno
Paper for Jobbing purposes ; alga, Letter, i.lap and Note ;
linvelopes in great variety; Manilla Papers, of every else,
and as cheap as they can be bought in the East, whore we
offer wholesale or retail, very low for Cash.
apt JNO. M PERELNI3 St 00.
4.K d E FlSl.l.—White Fish, Trout, Salmon,
I_l'Yvf l if)tes P a i i c e k t e X l io c° , 1 1 2 :71m l Ui n band '
ORANGES. -300 bx.s. sweet, just received
and for sale by REYMER Ac ANDERSON,
No. SD Wood street,
myl7 Oppraite the Bt. Charlea Hotel.
11IaROOMS.-100 dos. Extra Corn Brooms
on hand and for icalo by
alp 2 B. 0. d o J. H. SAIVIREt.
DUSTER TRIMMINUS—Drab and Gray
Duster Binding and Tassels, Jast opened at
ap23 JOB. HOELNE'2I, 72 Market street.
NEW STEEL SPRING SKIRTS—Of the
most graceful shapes, on hand at HORNE'S,
myB 77 Market Street,
QEED SWEET POTATOES.-20 barrels
Bead Sweat Potatoes, received and for sale b
JAM 8 A. PETgIiEB,
or") Corder Marta: and ilrat street s.
DICKLES.-6 bbls. Cucumber Pickles, re ,
_IL ceiTed and for sale by JAALESBETZEit,
te2.o Corner Market aid first streets.
Wright's, Glenn's and Harrison's Extracts for the
handkerchief, constantly on hand at
RICE AND RICE FLOUR ;
(}lima Starch ;
Baker's Ooooa and Broma;
Fresh Ccicna Shell
Received and :or nate at
ELLUM COPYINU BOOKS.—These
books possess great advantages over any otbers;
the paper being thick and strong will not tear when wet.
It takes a most perfect impreszion and is convenient to refer
to. When once in as their superiority is apparent. Sold
by W. O. JOHNSTON k CO.,
Je3 Stationers, 57 Wood st.
$9OO FOR SALE—A two story brick hone,to°, of six rooms, well arranged, pared
yard, with hydrant,. bake oven, smoke house, &c. The
house in good repair, painted and papered. Situate on
East Lane, Allegheny City. Terms easy.
S. CIITIIBERT . & SON,
.427 61 Market. street.
1 AY STATE APP E PARING MA
CHLNE—A VERY USEFUL AND SUPERIOR AR
TICLE—By five turns of the crank, the apple is PARED,
CORED and 6410 ED. Patented, November 11th, 1856, and
February 17th, 1857, in Europe.
For sale in any quantity, at No. 74 Wood street, Pitta•
burgh. Please call and examine for yourselves.
11 -2 : 0 SAMUEL EADNEBTOCK.
'LAKE FISH.—A large supply of White
Treat, Salmon, herring, &c., received and for sale by
iY26 HENRY IL COLLINS.
WOOD STREET PROPERTY FOR
SALE.—an undivided third part of that valuable
=, situate at the corner of Sixth and Wood streets,
30 feet front on Wood by 60 deep on Eixth street.
One-third of the above will be sold for $B,OOO. One-half in
hand—balance at one, two and three years.
S. OfiTHREILT do SON,
i 7/ 61 Itarket street.
YDRADLIO PRESSED CANDLES.--
500 boxes Ifyinusllo Pressed Mould Candles, made
° y for Sommer use, on band and for sale by
V ag - B. (1.. ANL E SAVIVIIIL
CHEESE -300 bag. this day arriving, and
for sale (ant) t`ir K. 0011=8.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
TOBACCO AND SEGA4k;.
VAT &D. RINEHART,
V V .
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS
Safety and F.cononty In Light.
Corner Diamond and Market et
JAYNES' TEA STOIIII,
88 Fifth erect
DtiALtat6 IN ALL 07
9. lig WOOD STREL'i
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
OCUTHBERT & SON'S OFFICE, No. 51
. Market street, fur the ealo and purchase of Real
&tate, renting liuuses, attending to Insurance and repairs ;
obtaining loans on bonds, mortgagee ' 21c4 making convey
ances, deeds, bonds, &e; writing letters and corresponding
with parties abroad, oclB
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
BarillEN(ll3.—Meurs. Halms, Garretson & Co. Robert
RI:A L ESTATE AGENT, NO. 60 WATER STREWI',
ilas for sale Lauds in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Michigan and lowa. He will exchange Lands In Wisconsin,
Ac., for Pittsburgh manufactures, and also for city property.
All letters of Inquiry answered gratis, by addrecsdng me as
a b cws. anthly
PROPERTY FOR SALE OR RENT.
A GRIST MILL--Three run of stones and
all the machinery complete, corn and cob cracker,
all la good order, with a dwelling hone, stable and
two iota of ground, situate in South Pittsburgh, and will be
told on very may
I err sl Market street.
torin 3 by 5, OUTILBRIIT & SON,
LAWRENCE COUNTY BONDS WANT
ED, in exchango for land.
ap22 S. CUTHBERT k SON, GI. Itettket. et_
ASTEAM MILL in oomplate running or
der, with dwelling house, etc., near the city, for
sale by 8. CUTHBERT et SON,
ap24 61 Market street.
WESTERN LANDS of good quality, far
sale or exchange for Real Rotate in the city.
ap2:l S. OUTHRERT & SON, 51 Markotet.
1 - 4 1 AMI.LY RESIDENCE FOR SALE-A
valuable property of 110 feet front on Covington et.,
Lawrenceville, by 100 deep on Washington street to Cherry
alley, Brick Dwelling House of 7 rooms well arranged,bath
room, porch, well of water and pump, stable and coal house,
kitchen range, etc. The rooms are newly painted and pa
pered, shade and fruit trees, grape arbor, great variety of
dowers, etc.; good p .ling fence. The above offers a good
opportunity to buy a c mplete and pleasant residence.
Price low, and terms accommodating.
8. (IIITHBERT ik BON,
Real Estate and General Agents,
M Market street.
►HE SIZE of the oheap Building Lots
A for sale by S. CUTHBERT & SON is 80 by 100 feet.
Location—Near the railroad statiqp, East Liberty.
Price—From $276 to $4OO each.
Terms—One.fourth in band; remainder at six years credit.
The Plan can be seen at the Baal Estate Office, 61 Market
IEA_R IT IN MIND, that the East Lib
erty Lots are offered at such prices, and on such easy
terms, as to make a home easily to be obtained.
Bear It in mind, that they front on wide streets, are of
easy access by railroad, and are very desirable locations for
Bear it in mind, that the plan of the lots is to be seen at
)ell M MARKET STREET.
FOR SALE.--SEVENTY THOUSAND
ACRES of choice Prairie and Timber Land, situated
in Northern loa a and Southern Minnesota, embracing the
&met lot of farming lands ever offered In this market, as
they are located conveniently to Mills, Towns and lines of
Railroad. Pamphlets containing information of value to
°migrants and cataloguos giving location, description and
price of the land, with a brief description of the counties in
which they are located, can be hed on application at oar
i , dice, and they will be sect free by mail to persons sending
ua their addrees. WILLIAM( FRAZLER ,t; CO.,
iny:o:tf Jones' Building, No. 07 Fourth street.
TEN DOLLARS IN HAND, will secure a
A, Building Lot of 25x100 feet on ML Washington.—
Price, sloo—slo in hand, remainder to suit purchaser. Al•
so, a Lot of 50x100 feet for $350-.425 in hand, balance in
payments to suit purchaser. B. OUT/IEIEIIT & SON,
51 Market street
-12 ACRES of Land and a oomfortallo
House, situate near the Washington Turnpike, at
about 9 miles from Jones' Ferry, will bo sold on easy terms.
immediate 1/03308510U. S. CUTHBERT it SON,
1e23 M. Market street.
LOT OF GROUND in East Liberty, near
the Railroad station 30 by 100 feat will bo sold for
$2lO, one-fourth in hand, renniluder at six yoare' credit.
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
A. XIS 'PAMLAITD,
Corner of Fourth amid Smithfield Streets,
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT
he has received hie Spring Assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS,
Of the newest styles, beat quality and most elegant descrip-
Colo, which he is prepared to manufacture to order in the
And with such a character of workmanship, as cannot fail
to estiefy and please the moat fastidious tastes, ltuyl9
IFIISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.-
The firm of HAWORTH BRO. do BROWNLEE was,
on the 3d of May, 1358, dissolved by mutual consent, by the
withdrawal of JERI/ HAWORTH fripu the above firm.
Tho accounts of the late firm will be settled by HAWORTH
Air JERI! HAWORTH, In withdrawing from the above
arm, kindly thanks his former patrons and also the patrons
o, the late firm, for the very liberal patronage he has re
ceived, and would kindly recommend them to his successors,
HAWORTH A BROWNLEE', as they are determined to sell
et low figures, hosing a very large assortment of °HEAP
(IROCERf ES, WINES and LIQUORS on hand.
rar DAVID HAWORTH and JAMES BROWNLEE
have this day associated together, and will continue on the
onsineas at the OLD STAND, corner of Diamand and Dia
mond alley, under the style of HAWORTH & BROWNLEE,
where they hone-to receive that patronage so liberal' ' , given
to the old firm, as they are determined to sell CHEAPER
than any other Store in the city. myl3
NEW FABRICS IN DRESS GOODS.-
..4.N A. A. MASON a 00, TS., NO. 25 Fifth Street,
Are now opening rich
And n splendid selection of SPRING SHAWLS. (epl
REED SWEET POTATOES.-15barrels
LY Seed Sweet Potatoes for sato cheap to close consign
ment by JAS. A. YETIOII,
ap.W Corner Market and First streets.
COMPOUND SYRUPS OF PHOSPti.ATES,
OR CHEMICAL GOOD—This preparation Is not in
tended as a popular comedy, but is respectfully submitted
to the Medical Faculty as a nutritive tonic, well suited to
supply the waste of elementary matter during the progress
of chronic oases, particularly in Dyspepsia and Oonarimp.
Von. This preparation is pleasant to the eye, agreeable to
the taste, and grsatfni to the stomach, and does not nans.
rate by protracted nee. Sold wholesale and retail by
Js22 Corner Diamond and Market street.
OOUNTRY BACON.-1000 lbs. Country
, 4,„,/ Bacon, Jost relved and for sale b 7
JAMES A. YETZEIt;
Corner Market and First etreeta
DROOIII CORN.-3 tons first quality reo'd
and for sale by Imrlsl HENRY !L COLLINS.
'ANCY FRENCH BASKETS-A nice;
sao . ortinent hat opened, HORNE'S,
roy3 77 Market otrae4.
WINDOW GLASS.—An assortment of
Oonntry Glass, assorted sizes, for sale by
WM. H. SMITH it CO.,
118 Second, and 147 Pint streets
WINDSOR SHADES.—GoId bordered,
plain and fancy. Alno, shads Trimming, /1 . c.,
always on hand at and for sale cheap by
INDIA RUBBER lIOSE.—From inch to
10 inches in diameter. A large simply lust received
at the India Rubber Depot of J. A 11. PIIILLII..t,
my 29 2d and i 8 St. Clair street.
WAI I, PAPERS.—WaII Papers of all
F- 4, 4,1 for 4.110 at seduced prices, by
W. P. I•RAHALL A CU.,
my2l 9 s Waal street.
`ENGLISH GLASS INKSTANDS-Cut
- ,A2 and pressed, with Glaaa and Bronze Tops.
jel4 W. B. HAVEN, Stationer.
IVE.APS OF THE DIFFERENT STATES
low Ohi Pennsylvania, ,N ebraska and Kansas,
Missouri, Ke a, ntuck o, y
and Tennesee,J. B. WIILDIIK etc, for sale by
Bookseller and Btatloner
lelflNo. 63 Wood tree. near Fnort
RYE FLOUR-25 bbls. fresh ground Rye
Flour, received and for sale by
JA3EEB A. FETZER,
Corner Market and First streets.
1 BALE LAVENDER FLOWERS, for Fiala
by B. L. FAHNESTOOK k CO.,
J. 312 No. 90 cor. Wood end fourth straete.
DR PEACHES-12 sacks choice bright
dry Peaches received and for vale by
JAB. A. YETZER,
je22 Corner Market and Hirst chi.
CHEESE.-200 boxes W. R.;
225 " EngDA. Dairy r
sale by fie22l DENBY B. COL LI NS.
DRY APPLES.--50 bags;
150 MU. Dry Appla, for 'ale by
HENRY H. OOLLDIS.
(I BEEN APPLES.-20 bbls. for sale by
aDT MU= oorma
"DAR SIAN TOOTH PAST prepared
=ler ttte apervislan of Dr. HaDajlin, _
I" Smoot Den
WON rrikb ttf JOS. EM
S. CIITHEEIt.T G.. SON.
61 Market street
J. ..4g H. PHILLIPS,
28 and 28 St. CU& street.
PIANOS AND MUSIC
THE BALANCE OF MY SPBBIG STOCK
- OP -
FllO3l THE ItANUFAOTORY OF
CHICKERING & SON'S,
()omitting of SIXTEEN of their new Seven Octave and
Six and n Half Octave Pianos; have just been recehad, and
now ready for examination at the warerocia of the sub
01310KERINO it SONS' PIANO FORTES are not furnished
by them to any other house in this city, and all orders must
be directed to the subscriber.
JOHN H. MEMOS,
No. 81 Wood street,
Bole Agent for Oldckering & Bons' Pianos,
JeB for Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania
g V PULL GRAND PIANOS .
PARLOR GRAND PIANOS 1 /
A ND NEW STYLE SQUARE PIANOS,
es' foom tho Mminfactrry of CHIMP:RING & SONS'
13oaxorr, just received from the manufactory of Chiokering
Sons', Boston, the following desirable and elegant stock o
their PIANO FORTES
One Fall Bevan octavo Grand Piano Forte, with eaperbly
carved case. Price $BOO
One Full seven octave Grand Piano Forte, elegant Rose
wood awe. Price .4700
One New Parlor Grand seven octave Piano, nearly equal
In power to a fall Grand, and occupying only the
room of an ordinary square Piano. Price $ 6OO
SQUARE PIANOS I
Two fall carved Rosewood, Louis %nth, seven octaves,
with carved Desk and Feet work.
Two Rosewood seven dtavo—Clifford style.
Two Rosewood, carved mouldings, seven octave.
Four Rosewood, plain round corners, seven octave.
Three Walnut, plain round front corners, coven octaves.
F our a a a if “ 61 2 4
Four Rosewood " " " " 6 1 A
All of the above are of their NEW SCALE, and with full
iron frames, and their new Patent Action.
These Instruments have been finished specially for the
enbecriber, and will be warranted to purchasers: For sale
at•their reduced prices. JOHN H. MELLOR,
No. 81' Woodstreet,
dell -Pilule Agent for Chickering
CHARLES W. LEWIS; ALDERMAN,
And Lx-Officio justice of the Peace,
OFFICE ON THE CORNER OF WYLIE
AND If lIPII STREETS.
All business connected with this office will be atttuded to
with promptness. Conveyances of all kinds done with legal
accuracy—each as Leeds, 'Mortgages, Bonds, Powers of At
torney, itc. Titles to Real Ilbtato examined.
To the members of the liar he tenders his services as Com
missioner to take Depositions to be reed in the several Courts
of this State, and elsewhere. His office is one of the main
Police Stations of the city, and consequently his facilities in
execntliur business of that kind are very desirable. I felOily
JAMES S. HOOKY, ALDERMAN, EX
OFFICIO JUSTICE OF MD PEACE, AND POLICE
MAGISTRATE--OLflce, No. 69 Grant street, nearly oppo
site the Court lionss, Pittsburgh, Pa. Depositions, Acknow
ledgments and Procates taken; the Flocords examined,
Deeds, flouts , Mortgages, Wills, ~eases, Articles of Agree
ment, and of Partnership, Letters of Attorney, etc., etc.,
np at short notice; Marriages Solemnized, and all
bnniness in the lino of his official duties, promptly attended
t,,. °Rice hours, from 7% s. u. to 1 1 , ..141. 5 and from 2
to 6 P. et. BO:1y
JERSONS GOING WEST, who desire to
purchase good farming lands, are informed that we
have fur sale 692 acres of land in Boone county . , lowa. Also
610 acres of land in Franklin county, will be sold on easy
terms by • S. OUTEREUT It SON,
myls , Si Market street.
°ORES FOR PRESERVE JARS—An
ILI MOM° stock on hand, at the only CORE ILINUFAC
TORY in the city—No. 76 Smithfield street.
Jyls H. OVERI NI/TON.
DWELLING 110 USE on Third street
.0 for rent. S. CUTHBERT & SON,
.1,23 bl Market street.
.LVA 25 barrels No. 8 Large Mackerel ;
t, I A ad ad reo'd and for
sale by — 09 28 ) ILENItY H. COLLINS.
20cases N. Johnston . Sone Medoo Olaret.Witte;
10 " " St...Tanen Claret Wine
0. 0. St. Julien Claret Wine, in store and for
sale by MILLER & DICKETSON,
mylB Noe. 221 and 223 Liberty street.
fIHEMIOAL OLIVE SOAP.-1000 boxes
Chemical Olive Erosive Soap, on hand a nd for Bale by
Je7 a o.& J. H. SAWYER.
BACON. -10 casks Country Bacon Shoul
ders, Bides and Hams, „fast received and for sale by
JAS. A. FETZEB,
Corner liffsrkat and Mint dreet El.
TNDIGO.-2 oases Manilla Indigo, just re
oeived and for Bale by
mylB MILLER, & RIGHETBON.
fIRIED APPLES.-50 bush. Bright Dried
Apples Just received tied for eels by
JAS. A. FETZER,
Owner Market and Second eta
10 bales Bordeaux Almonds;
2 " Paper Shell "
50 bags Filberts;
80 " Cream Nuts
80 " Pecan "
2000 bus. Ground "
6000 Coooa " Just received and for
sale by REYMER k ANDERSON,
No. 89 Wood street,
je9 Opposite she St. Charles HoteL
STOCKINGS, GLOVES, MITTS, ETC.-
Suitable fur the approaching hot season on hand by
jeB JOB. /lOWA 77 Market street.
GLABS.-500 boxes Bxlo, 9x12 and 10112,
for sale by omo, HENRY IL COLLINS.
Cards, Preiglit Bills, -
Circulars, , -bray Receipts,
Bill Heads, Labels,
Railroad ReCelpts, .Bills Lading,
With every other description of Job Printing, executed
with promptness and at fair prices.
J. R. WIiLDIN,
Printer and etreet, nea Binthx,
iny3l Woocir icrarth.
12 ACRES of choice land, with good im
provements, provements, near the city, for sale on easy terms by
CUTSBEEEiT ts SON,
Jel.o fil market street
30q ACRES of Farming Land, near
t , Uniontown, Pa., for sale at $6 per acre.
Jykl S. CUTHBERT & SON, 51 Market et.
DALLS 1 BALLS! BALLS I—A large aa-'
soil:moue of Foot, Solid and Bat Balls, just received
and for sale, wholesale and retail, at theLidts .Rubber
Depot. 28 and 28 Bt. Olatratteet,
my 29 J. a H. PHILLIPS.
IVANS! FANS 11—Palm Fans by the ease,
A.' dozen, or single, at Eastern prices,wlth other varieties
of Fancy Fans, for sale at
T EitIONS.-100 boxes Palermo Lemons,
AA just received and for sale by
REIMER & A.NDEIBSON,
N 0.89 Wood street,
myl7 Elt. Charles Hot&
60 barrels Mara No.l Lsxd
25 " No. 2 Lard 011, 1 on hand and for Bale,
by • [mylB) B. 0.1 lc J. IL SAWYER.
_TAVA COFFEE.—Jug Teooived a lot of
Eitrictly pm) Old Ourornnwat Java Coffee.. Also, ha
guyra and Brio Coffer, as JAYNES' TEA STORE,
t. 5 88 Filth street.
DIIRE BLACKBERRY AN I CHERRY
A BRANDY, for medicinal narposea, at
HAWORTH .4 BROWNLRE74
Jes fa the Diamond.
ROOK R - TS—Made of Mahogany and
well finished, for sale by W. S. HAVEN,
DILL AND COLLECTION - BOOKS-A
large amortment alwaps on hand o made to order.
jell, Corner Market and Second greeta.
AWYER'S SEAL PAPERS - Wii" : 7lB
8 EiZCS and colors always on hand, at
W. S. HAVEN'S,
jel4 Corner Market and Second eta.
AFARM of 238 acres, near Economy, for
Bee by S. CIITIO3ERT k BOIT,
jyl7 51 Market street.
13RENOH LEMONS.-20 juEt received and
for sale by ANDSMSON,
.19 2 No. 88 Wood street.
GERMAN DRAWING PAPER—In rolls
for ISngrovens, for ludo by .7. B. WEILDIN,
ea Wood street. sew Prierlb.
(MUM BANDS, Port Folios, Desk Pada,
kj Banker"; Oases, Part Monist, and Pocket Books, for
tale by W. B. HAVEN'S,
ri.IINNY SAO S.-301 large three buB' els
vi Glum Backs, new and In good ardor, far Ede by
JAB. A. PETZIIII,
mr2o 00nwr Bind mu! Wakot atreeta.
fIAESTN I TS.-5 barrela Italian, recei
1,,,/ this day, and for sato by
ammo, a Ammar,
No. 89 Wood street,
Opposite fn. Quits Noble
it(A CARD FROM DR. JAMES M. . JAR-
ETT, OP TI NEW Y 0313. LUNG INFIRM
ABM—My connection for the past eight yeara with the
above itUititilthlll, as Chief Physician, and a twelve years'
course of steady devotion; to the Unroof PuLna, l - o on .
sampan:l and ite kindred diseases, together with ray
rivalled opportunities and adbantage of pathological re:wench
—aided dot a little by a pe . rfect system of Anfical /Make.
tien—has enabled me to aan,ve at a decisive, direct and sue.
oeesful course of treatment tor the positive and radical cure
of all diseasea of the Throat] Lungs, and Air;Pastages. By
Inhalation, the vapor and carative properties of medicines'
are directly adressod to the diseased organs and the bursa.
meat. Ido not advise the use of Medical Inhalation of any
kind, to the exclusion of general treatment and although i
consider it a useful adjuvanti in the proper management of
those fearful and often fatal diseases, yet I deem it very ne
cessary that each patient should, have the benefit of both
general and local treatment. The success ,of my treatment
in the [there diseases, and the high character of the Institu.
lion over' which I have so loag had the honor to prealda,are
too well known_to need any, ',enlitgy, or comment from me.
At the solicitation of many private and professional friends,
through whew philanthropic aid the above charity has been
long and liberally supported, rand afterttue consideration, I
have concluded to "m.Ae such arrangements to will bring
the benefits of my experiments and treatment within the
reach of ail, and not confine myaelf, as heretofore, to those
only wha entered the Iniirmary, or who were able to visit
me at my office. Hoping therefore that the arrangement
will give entire satisfaction, hoth to my proational broth.
ren and the public, I would respectfully announce in eon
elusion, that lean stow be ConagUalsersonally or by fetter on
all diseases as (Moil:, and that the medicines, the same es'
used in the Institution, preaared to stilt each individtud
case. Inhaling Tapers, IfectiCal Inhalers, elm, ce., will be
forwarded by express to any taut of the llrdted IStatea or
the Danadas Tanns—My terms of treatment by letter are
as follows, viz: $l2 per montli 'for each patient. hich will
inolude Medicine Jail:Eldon t fo one month's use; also, In
haling Vapor, arid an li:than Apparatus. Pay - ent as fol.
lows: $0 to be paid to Eipres Agent on receipt of the box
of Medicine, land the balauce a l $8 at the _ expiration of the
month, if the pathat be car or is entirely
. satisfietiwith . '
the treatment.. Patients, by giving a full history of their
case, and their symptoms in frll, can be treated as well by
letter as by personal examination. Patients availing them
selves of Dr. Jarrett's treatment may rely upon immediate •
and permanent relief. HE ho seldom has to treat a case over
thirty days. Letters for :Wylie promptly Answered. For
further particulars, address
JfittEd M. JARRETT, M.D..
' No. 821 Broadwa , cor. Twelfth Bt., N. Y.
P. B.—Physicians and other* visiting the city are re..
[Tactfully invited to call at the Infirmary, where many
Interesting cases can be witnetsed, and where our int :
proved apparatus for the inhalation of medicated Ta
can be 8 ,, n and inspected. I jy2lo:6m
STATE OF .PEZik MY - AMA.
Haniabarg, June 8,1888. f
It is hereby ordered, that a Camp of Instruction''. be
held at Williamsport, Lyooming. county, Pennsyliania, the
present year, and the Adjutant General of the Common
wealth is directed to fix the time thereof—to take charge of
the arrangements—to attend in -person, and to lame the
necessary orders to the General Staff, and other Military
officers of the Commonwealth in relation to the same.
WM. F. PAORItit, Commender-imehisf.
ADJO3ANT ;Gtrorakes Orritta, 1
Harrisburg, June 1868.
In obedience to the above order front Ilead.Quarters, a
" Camp of Instruction " will be held at Williamsport, Ly
coming county, Pennsylvania, commencing at 12 114, on
Tuesday, the 7th day of September, 1868,
To continue until SATURDAY, the 11th dal of said month,
at 12 a , of raid day, to be celled Camp " Susquehanna."
I. This Encampment is intended to include the uniform.
ed companies throughout the State, who are earnestly re.
quested to be to prompt attendance. - •
11. The Major Generale, Brigadier Generals, and Brigade
Inspectors of the several G ivialon a r and brigades, are requirad
to report to my office as soon as 4 poaeible, what companies
and field officers will be in attendance from their respective
commands—with the number of men in each company, the
names of the Captains and their Post Office address.
lIL The Aids•de-Camp and all Ether officers of the Grand
Staff of the Commander-in• Chief *8 ordered to be in at.
tendance, armed and equipped irqfull parade dress.
IV. All companies in attendance are required to bring
with them all tsntt and camp eqffipage they may have.
V. The Brigade Inspectors, of ' , every brigade ' will report
at once to my office, what equipage belongingto the State
to in the limits of their command
VL The Major General of the Eleventh Million, Gen. D.
K. Jackman, shall be the senior officer on duty, and he Is
hereby charged with the immediate arrangements for said
Encampment, and is ordered to report to this Mile° for fur
ther instructions. By orderof the Oommunder-inOblef.
EDWIN 0. WILSON,
into Adjutant General of Pennsylvania.
THE SUIWOREBERS HAVE CONSTANT
-AL LY on hand a complete stock of
YUIfEbECOD WP PULL TQWIIIBII7B AR SUMP rt
SILK AND BUNTING FLAGS MADB TO ORDER.
JNO. B. 1114 1 ADDEN,414 SW/.
9$ M 4RICZT STREET.
UHL F : Cift
No. 74 Wood street,' Pittsburgh,
AS JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM
WALDRON at GRIFFIN'S
CORN no GRAIN SCYTHE,
0011b1 HOES ; PATENT .6 - Dcbaurio N ANVILS; STEEL
Traps, very superior Drawer Looks, very superior Grua
Locks, Tinned and Ennamelled Sauce Pans, Basting Spoons,
B o Gooks, Bass Stair Dods, Braces and
Bits, Measuring Tapes, Superior Waiters, Curry Oombs,
Teaces, COG, Fifth, Tongues, Stretchaud Breast Chains, with
a variety of other goods, all of which will be sold at mod
erate terms. aplB
TAMES IvirLIANGAR, MONONGAHELA
PLANINGBIILL, would reapActitilly inform the publis
that he has rebuilt since the flri , and having enlarged his
e.gtabliahment, and filled it with the newest and moat ap•
proved machinery, is now prepared to furnish flooring - aud
planed boards, scrowl sawing and wing, doors, sash and
shutters; kiln dried, frames, mouldings, box making, to.
South Pittsburgh, September 7 1 1857. eel°
G ENTS' SHOES AND ;GAITERS.
TN P IA RUBBER CU RY' COIsIBS:-= he
beet article in use, past.ro..lved at the . Indialtubber
Depot, 26 and 26 St, Clair street. . • .
nil, CLOTH OttASIL— 1:600 yards of van.
outs natterrus and widths, just received; from the fac
tory, ter sate wholesale or retail, by
1. J. es 11.:THELLEPS ) .
28 and 28 Eit4Caall street.._
LASS.-300 boxes assorted sizes. Window
tnadt, good country brand, far saleby .
my 6 t: • : a•a r.: •
DROONS.--50 dos. recd and for sale by
nuel. lIIMIEVI EL COLLIN&
77 Market street.
packages White Kish; Signion,.
and Trout, for sale by (427) EL EL COLLINS.
NO. D. BPOREARY'S:COL'D PRINTING
IliKls-4301d by rmr24l I J. B. WELDL.^I.
CORN. -10 bags 'ldled Corn received and
for sale by fjeSl XIESBY H. COLLINS.
rIOUNTRY BACON.-41000 lbs. Country
vV Bacon, Hama, Shoulders and Sidea, rcaelved and for
tale by JAS. A. 1111fina, -
cavl2 Corner Market and Vint atr •
C• OK . OOKS—O : : • A t tu: I
Brokers at W. a. HAVEN,
mr24 Printer lead Stationer.
Q.,ALAD OIL.-10 baskbta Fare, just reed
14,7 and for 'ink by REYMEER at ANDERSON,
my 4 , • No. ao Wood Street •
JOHN THOMPSON CO. —Have jut
rev:dyed and for vale, a largo lot of .
knglish Venitlan Rod, • - - •
White ,m,d, and
133 ird ere
pLOUR--50 bble. Sapierfine Flour just re
ceirel and far sale by . I JAB. A. FETZER,
.ISB Corner gatket and Vint atraots.
Allp -0114—No. 1 and No. 2 Lard Oil
constantly on hand and foil* sale by -
J 67 I
,11. 0. &J. H. SAWYER.
1311RV.1 MADEIR 4. AND. CLARE.
WINES, by the- ottle or gallon, at,
HAWORTH Zt BROWNLEE'S;
dd -1 n the manor d.
DUI E JAMAICA RIM AND HOLLAND
GM, by the bottle or gallbn, at - •
11.A.W0lITE BILOWI4I,IIM ,
.1 65 1 ." in the Itiamond. •
T RIED PEACHES. 20 Bushels Choice, Effight, Dry Peaches just, received and for seta by -
JAS. li. PETZBII, •
Sy2o - corner, 'Market (sad-First streets.
fIOFpEE.-200 bags Rio
_Coffee, for sale by
- :Mfr. IL PhtITH 00,—
uit2.s 218 iscrisd.ard , l4l AM stmts.
200 Pigs No. 1 Lead, for sale by
jyle EMMY H. OOLLINEt
0024818171NG JOY PAST OP
A B Ms '
, TASSELS, ,
81108 STORE, 6
No 17 FUTH BT. '
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