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11.3-IFIR itlYEng ,
HOOK AND JOB OFFICE,
Po .sa• Bt lI.,DINC3S,
Corner of Fifth and Wood Streets,
T AE undersigned having made extensive
additions of tI,P LATEST AND RAND,tuMEST STYLE
TYPE, and improved Mad,inery,to fiat, MORNING POST
JOB OFFICE, invite ty a ttention of Rail Read O.lcor
ferrlar.ts, brifdOcae atcu, and the public generally, to their
t.perior extvctlng dispatch, on raaaonabla
ems, ail hindi
AND Vi72.,.. ^ .Y DEsolatwao:i OF
PLAIN & FANCY PRINTING
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ance of the nwal cnrnplete datlsfaction, an-3 b&heit orders
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of Poston, Pr:,g - nntmea, to. for Cxacerta, Exhibitiono and
OirCllsn9. BALER MYERS.
The geople s s tie Store.
D. S. DIEFFENBACRER &CO.,
Ob.r.tap Clint, Dfalsza in all 'ziain or Sashions.ble
ENTS, SHOES AND GMTERS,
Per Gcntivsca, Ladiea, icaths and Glandran,
Flo. 17 Fifth Strett, near 11larIzet,
, c g PITTSBURGH, PA.
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ratent Elastic Fire an Water Proof
133 TLITED STELRET,
( - I A RDERS for ROOFING promptly and faith
_l- folly execr.',d. and all our war.: warranted.
niatcirtal 41wa s co hand, nt.d is with di
rcct ionn for Lzsa. • c3ptly
EN; GINEEFIS AND MACHINISTS,
ko . e. and Li:Jelly .ttret-it, Pfitslnirgh,
(. 1 U PF,IiIOII STEAM ENGINES for Grist
Is) -.A 'Jaw 1'4111E., Pretceriot, trinttng Ettablishment3,
t.:: - ..ail.tettrtiet, ere.. ntadh to ofct• - .r. :.so contin..ie the
tr...nufa.Attro of their Celebrav,l Toule, such as
l'tti - utag Lathes Iron Planers, Boring an I Drilling ,Niachines,
ttc. Alto, Wrought la Shafting, rith Pulleys, Ilangerb,
JOUN TEKOMPSOIV 4% CO.,
I!TSE PAINTERS, GLAZIERS AND
r e 'I.A.INEELS, `f bird ncrest. SIGN PAlNT
itra c:,..,itea with nentnezu and do,pctcti. kfizted Paints,
Tt,.pantine, Varni2h, Japan and tugli:th Patent Dry
e, Vd!:. Inagdgue Zack, a very impeidor artldle; Phila
nelpbm alll Pittsburgh White Lead alwaya on hand and for
cab..- are pre pared to grind colors for Painters, Drug
,,hera. at the shortest notice, a 3 we have a Mill
steam Pointers will nave money by gat
- • th. it colors ground w.th tl3. Luirhay
GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES,
T. IIANUFACTURER,S PRICES
or a~•i~Zhing epinta, the Chr,avvit eud best articles ever
L to albs city.
PIIF.II.I:IOS.II.ITERS AND DAROURTERS,
varying. in price from $8 to $3O each.
E 0 ' S COMPASSES,
ivieJa CI) nod at G. E. MAWS,
Pr,:a.2i,x2 Optic-L:lz, ES Writ greet.
64.3 oppr,gt.e 31aaunic 11311.
El'. C. & S_4,l7l(Eit,
L Ali L.) OIL,
AND ROSIN SOAPS
fi o. 1-7 Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.-
, 'Me Lao of HAWORTH BRO. & BROWNLEE was,
on ti.. .;f May, ISSB, dissolved by Lunn:lel consent, by the
~1 of JELIU HAWORTH from the above flrr.2
Toe •or.s of the byte firm will be settled by HAWORTH
JEHU HAWORTII, In withdrawing from tha above
firm, kindly thanks his former patrons and also the patrons
u. th 3 late firth, for the very liberal patronage he has r—
reivc,:l., and wonid kinUlyremmmend them to his fraCC.S.93OZEI,
LTAY:O!:.T. ti & iROWNLEE, as they are delermined to sell
r..tures, kocing a very largo ossortmeat of CHEAP
GE OCE-R1 ES, IV INES and LIQUORS on hand.
D i VID HAWORTH and J.,t1.9 BROWNLEE
d-ty r...l3ort.ted together, and gill continue on the
th OLD STLND, earner Dlamand mut Dl3-
. 7 . , Under the style of lIA,WC,RTH ti BROWNLEE,
v7ll' tn 11 - .po :•recwive that pittronage 90111 '3e•ralt given
7r/I, 111 they ere determined ta.9ell CHEAPER
. .qc,re in the city. kuvlB
tailicce off Sealer of We!ghts and
1777 1 7 ,t iFFICE 01" THE UNDERSIGNED,
LER OF 'WEIGHTS AND UWASPRES,
iu Cherry &Rey, betvoack Third
where orders may be left...
LELVEN'S Elv.s.zic Steel Pens just
. cticod, and for sale at the Stationery Store,
Noz. Si. 33 and 35 Market street.
ALMANAC FOR 12359.
aellanown and wprilar annual, formerly pub
nston L Stockton, to a lapte of -years, will
Vat) circulation+ as formerly will
skillful mathematician, Sanford• 0. Bill,
prev.ara fir its pages such reading mit.
.atertr.ining and instructive maga
:table al trc,noratcal CaiallAtiOn3, a new
Can; an accurate method of drawing
'ter matters of permanent value will
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a. JOHNSTON & CO..
ni, and B3ar3t Boot ALskai,
oe superfine for saki
JAS: N. Plank - 1
►aarket and Sirat ete.
tuRLIgHED DAILY BY JAMES P. BARR, AT THE " POST BUILDINGS," CORNER O WOOD AND FIFTH STREETS ; AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM:
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
FARMER'S UNION INSURANCE COIIPANY,
At ATHENS, `BRADFORD' COUNTY, PA., Jan.l, 1858; as
presented to the Stockholders, and made oat in compllimce
with the State Laws of Now York, Ohio, Indiana, nitnoss, /to.
srammts . r.
The namo of the Company is tho FARMERS' TINTONO
- COMPANY, located at Athena, Pa. ' Chartered
April 13.1853, by the Legislature of Pennsylvania. Charter
Cash Capital, which to all paid up -
3arplMl in addition thereto
Fifty-fear Bonds and Mortgages, at
six and seven cent. interest,
amounting In the aggregate t0...5152,316
Which mortgages are or valua
ble and productive real estate,
principally farms, recorded and
first liens, worth generally double
the amount and more than mort-
F...xed for in each case, and in no
rasa less than fifty 11 cent more,
exclusive of farm -buildings, and
em certified by the -Recorders,
w net e recorded, to thesnd tore of
the States of Ohio and Illinois.
Nineteen six "0 cent. lifide amply
secured. 47,6E3 00
Cash on hand and in Bank. 6,449
Cash in hands of Agents, and iu
course of transmission, secured
by bonds with sureties
Due on lasses re-Insured, /cc
Bills receivable, via: promissory
notes payable at bank and to the
Interest warned, (principally dna
JEttillar3 , 1,1858,).
isle and office Fixtures and Fus ni
utoour. POE 114 ma 1857.
Amount, of Premiums received during the
year $ 85,231 SO
Anit interest received during the year 11,442 05
Ain't received from all other sources 2,480 00
Expenses for the year, including
commissiens, aalaries, rents, rein
surance, printing, advertising,
taxes. and all other expenses $ 19,129 GO
Dividends paid during the year...... 17,000
Losses paid, which occurred prior
to December 81, 1856
Losses paid which occurred during
the year 46,5 el L 4
Losaei adjusted and not due (tlince
paki) $ 12,500 PO
Loaeee incurrdti •nd in proc.3se of
Loewe reported,on which uo action
has been taken
Losses rralstnd, on ground of insur
ance after fire, property trunifer
red before loss, property lost not
covered by the Polley, Etc-. •
$ 59,407 90
Whole amen tof risks taken daring the year.. 55,429,802 00
Whole amount of risk at 4,661,440 00
Ot PENNSYL7ASLt, COUNTY Or BBAIROaII, SI.
C. N. Ship - man, President, and J. B. Canfield, Secretary of
the Parl:l2re Anion Insurance Company, • being severally
duly sworn, depose and nay, and each far bin Pelf nays, that
the foregoing is a true, fall and correct statement of the
affairs of said corporstieu, and that they are the above de
scribed otters thereof C. N. S'fll'.ll.A.N, President.
J. E. CANFTE'LD, Becrotary.
Subs , rihed and SW6rl.l tnt , , thim 251,11 day of Janu
ary. 1S&8, U. C. BAIRD, Jnatica of the Peace.
T. J. HUNTER., agent,
No. 4X) Watrr etreot, Pittsburgh..
Reliance Mutual Insurance Co.
Oil BLILDINOS, LIMITED OE PERPETUAL, IdERCUAti-
DIKE, FITRIUTURE, 50., IN TOWN OR 00IINTRY.
No. 308 Walnut street.
Cll-'ITAL, 113177,9'26 ASSETS, ef882,186 00.
I mre!tod ao follows, viz
Mortgage nn Improved City Property, worth
doable .ne amount $120,200 00
Pennsylvania 114.1. Irani 0028 6 per cent. M ortgago
Loan, $lO,OOO cost 20,600 00
Ali:ghetto - County 0 per cent. Penn'a S.IL Loan. 10,000 00
Pennsylvania ltailroa.d Co.'s Stook 4,000 00
Mock of the Reliance Mutual I.ner.rance Co 19,150 00
6tock of County Fire Insurance Co . 1,060 00
Dcrip of Sundry Immrance Companies....-....-... 476 00
131113 Receive de, businesa psper 6'4711 60
Book Acammta, accrued interest, etc 8,336 1D
Cooh on Land and in Bank 16,00 20
CLEM TINGLEY, Prez'ldent.
Wlllirm R. Thompson,
David 8 Brown,
John R. Worrell,
H. L. Carson,
Charles S. Wood,
James B. Woodward, i
e r 9 B.
mr3 Northeast oo
vc.d. V. P EMT, Prtr:der..t. D. J. M'CANII, Szrretzry.
Anl. - :rakt of Capital Stock paid in and invoetol...s2oo,ooo 00
Sil;plas 133,42 S in
lantes Cargo Maks calla: , 0i ,la and Rivers wad
tributaries. Ir.bmres sg - singt lads or damage by Fire,
Ala°, against the the Paa r.nd Inland
Writ. Y. Pbttit., J. C. rluntgomel . ‘ , n Pamroy,
B. J. Idcua,n, R. P. Wirx , r,
B. L. Woolston, J...Ln. A. :11,..,31, - .11, Otv...s. B. Wright,
John J. Pattorsou, Elvgarl T. 1:0.5 , 'Y •
V,T1LL.7.....% V. 4.1,...1471
E. F. WITM2R. Yut I'l , 2st:cif
D. J. 1110:JANN, 5.,-creary.
In Phi/ode/pi/fa': j i';ii!..l.lflphici:
Seiger, Lamb h C)., htt Inmity Justice b. Co.,
Truitt, Bra. h Co., I Buck, Morgan & Btidfole,
A. T. Late .k Cu, rtiairoy, Caldwell A Co. .
P1'17..8U8.a1l OFFICE. NO, b 7 Wk - i. ER ATBRET.
ap9 E. W. POI • Agont.
TUTU/IL INSURANCE COMPANY,
LOOK HAVEN, CLINTON COILYTY.
CHARTBRED BY THE LECUBLATIIIIS OP PitaNSYLVANLA.
cb,d, Ccueit . al $300,000 I Premium Notes-4132,843.
THIS COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
Balding, liaerckindine, Furniture, It., in town or
Hon.Jrc. J. Pearce, Hop. G. 0. Hervey, I harles A. Mayer,
.b.,Lai B. Hall, 'Charles Crict, I Peter Diekinson,
T. T. Abrams, ID IL. W. Vit.11..,
Thomas IC Iveen.
BON. U. C. HARVEY, President.
T. T. AnnA.SiS, Vice President.
Thee. PLITeHIN, eecrrtary.
Samuel IL Lloyd, Dr. .1. 8. Crawford,
A. A. Winegarduer, John 'O. Maynard, A. Updegraff,
L. A. Mackey, Hon. d Cameron, Jame, Armstrong,
A. White, Tho 3. Bowman D.D, William Fearon,
James Qaiggle, Wm. Vended:elf, Hon. Win. Bigler,
OFFICN—NO. 65 FLFIII dritELT, dreraliglian
delLitf J. A. LIPPDHT, Agent.
TIRE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
0011PANY, OF PHILADELPHIA.
Dinscron.s—Charles W. Etancter,men Hart, Tobias
Wagner,Samuel Grant, Jacob R. Sidth, Geo: W. Richard%
Uordoc?i D. Lnnrin, Adolph! B. aria, David B:Drown/S i Wm ,
vie Patterson. Ones. H. DA.Refiln, President.
Hass. G. .13.s.antrga l Secretary.
Oontinneto make insurance, perpetual or Welted, on ev'Sry
deguiption of property, id town and coontry, at rates as row
as are consistent - with security.
The C...lnpany have Me' rve4 a large - Contingent Fund,
Ihich,with their capital and premium's, safely Invested, aff•
ford ample protect:lcm to the essayed.
tissue' the'Compeny, on January let, 1881 , ea nab.
Hebei egre. - ,,ably to an Act of Aver:ably, were as follows, viz:
kh.rt„...-togo t 918,19 8
1 . 6 , n1 Estate - 8.4817 78
Temporary Loans... .... . ............... 83,988 17
.... . el,BBB 01
t.L:di, 6480 81
..... .$1 33 2%788 . 44 iA
tine their incorp,ratiaa, ~t. t wentrone years,
they have paw ~t oon Million dour dundriid Thou
nand Pollara,l 4.0.1 I,y Mc, thereby nitorkillor eildenoe of the
t,,..ivantagcs et tnourao...-, thd ability and dtapoeitien
C. meet with promptn-9a ail
.1. OA is.Dl/4 Lis OA PIN, Agent,
DOU no7t?'-,,st 04.1 - Wo.l end Third eta
WESTERN' iNSURANct. COMPANY
OF P.Miiil.' URA - a H.
OBOB.GE DAIIELY., i reridenti
2. M. ilonuou, Secretary.
Oman No. S 2 Water street, (clung 6 Co'a Warehoue?,) up
Will hisnre against With:WS of iv:l. an - '..ii ARINS MIMS.
A Home Instittitio'n, rasnaced
lill'act r, whb are well
known In' tho community, aid who i.re deti-rmined, by
promptness !and Aiberatity, to maintain the ,haracter which
they have swam as ottaing the best protection to thou
who &Wirt+ to be =wed:
SHTS, oaroßEa Mat, 1.857
Stock Aotuts;-• .-
Open Aaa.-tsnta r .
Bills Discaantad, .......
J. W. Battar,
Natlianlgl /C Adl b mca,
1001,00.--300011 ii Creintiry::lisofor sale
.5/ to vase Mt 9, usws 400,
.$ 200,000 00
.. 63,485 61
t _LI,4P 6 61
1 19 48
$ 253,485 61
g en iq-nin W. Tingley,
.lacob T. Bunting,
Wm. M. Semple, PittaVg
. HINOHMAN, Secretary.
iINEts COFFIN, Agent,
ar Third and Wood 6troaa.
...... 125,003 78
George W. Jackson,
Wm. , -
Alexander - NlmPy -
P. ai 'IO*DW
LIFE. FIRE '^'D MARINE
ITO. 9e WATER STREET,
ROBERT GALWAY, President.
AUX. BRADialt, IriCo Provident.
F... Rnvma.nr .Becrotary.
+tarn& Company =lkea 432017thenuancs appertaining to
cr connected with LITE RISKS.
Atm, against HULL AND OARGO RIBES on the Ohio
end Mississippi Risers and tributaris, and MARINE RISES
A^.(i against Lose and Damage by Fire, and agath it th -
?nab of the Bea and Inland Navigation and Transport:Lin n.
Bollctes ined st the lowest rates ecnatitent with safety to
a-obert Galway, Eiamtial hi'Oltukan.
Joseph P:Gaz:Am, id. D., Jahn Scott,
iCII3IOB Idassheal, David Richey,
Janes W. Hallman, Charles Arbuthnot,
Alexander Bradley, Joseph'S. Leech,
Jahn Fullerton, N. F. Hart,
David H. Ohansketa, itolrrort H. Httriloy,
William Garr. Jao. Mcflill. 5025
CITIZENS' INSURANCE COMPANY
WILLIAM BAGALEY, Preildwit.
BAIdIJEL L. MAID3EICELL, Ficdretary.
0.2 e/ E: 94 Wata sir c 4, be-twc= Itarkel and Wood era...,
Anrlnsnree MILL AND GAWK) RI3IIB, on the Ohio
and dlisabisippi Rivers and tributaries.
Insures against Loss or Damage by
Also r agallust the Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation
William Daguley, Capt. Alark . St.nling,
Partial Rea, Samuel M. liter,
Juaall4i. Cooper,. John B. Dilworth,
James Park, Jr., PL1112.1i9 Salient,
haat !I:Pennock. William 13.1 lays.
•Bpringer Harbangh, John Shipton,
Capt. !atonal O. Young, Walter Bryant,
John Caldwell. Jam
PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE
!to. 149 Chesnut El tweet,
Oppssite the Custom tiOnSe.
WILL MAKE ALL KINDS OF INSU
RANCE, either Perpetual or Limited, on ev<ry
description of Property or Merchandise, at reasonable laws
110BIDIT P. KING, President.
4.. W. BALDWIN, Vita Prualat,t
Charles Hayes, E. R. Cope,
E. R. English, George W. Brown,
P. B. Savory, Joseph S. Paul,
C. Sherman, John Clayton,
S. J. Magargee, E. Wller.
"P. Bucrtumaia, Secretary.
J. G. COPE.I.OI, Agee t,
Corner Third and Wood streets
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS
BLAIRSVILLE, INDIANA COUNTY, PA.,
COL. ROBT. EVANS, Ptciprietor,
HAVING PURCHASED THIS HOUSE,
from its former welbknown proprietor, B. D Mar
her, Esc!, and refitted it, I am new prepared to receive and
accommodate visitors. Tne rooms are large and airy, and
well furnished. A good table al,vays provided.
In connection with the House, Oar(' lv also a good! ivcry
Stable. 'Terms moderate. OIL R. RVANa,
No 111 WOOD Strut, .
NIT6FiLII3I3, PA ,
JAMES KAMP., Proprietor.
LAKE AND EASTERN FISH SOLD
Wholesale and Retail, at the cash prices.
Larg., supplies of &felons, Peaches, a , .dve,.i pot t v,,,
received daily. Also, New York Prince's Bay L g.g i attar,
Shell Oysters, the finest ever brought to this city. Itv.ry
delicacy of the season constantly on hand, and served up in
the meet palatable style. Don't forgot the Excelsior
taurant, No. 111 Wood street. ted
Comer Irwin Street, card Duqueaua Way,
B. D. MARKER,
(Formerly of the "Matter Hoes.," Blairsville, Pa.)
Fr H E SCOTT HOUSE IS NOW C0,N1.&
.& PLETEID AND OPEN i?Olt. GUESTS. It le aitnateil
a ccareed Fat. of the city, being, r.c. an I“tit to an Ilaitrond
Depots and fiteianhost Landliags.
The :lease was built In 1866, with all modern improve.
atents, and fitted Op in splendid style—the entire Parnitnre
being tow—and will in every respect be a drat class rieteL
hint, STAILE/3 are attached to the premises.
WILLIAM C. GALLAGHER,
Fifth Street, New Door to the Pittsburgh Theatre
The house is new, built especially fur the purposes of a
First Class Restaurant and Saloon, and the proprietor hav
ing tad many pearl] experience in the ,business will keep
constantly on hand the best that tlie markets offord. Ills
Whites, liquors and Alm, are of the beat quality. lie wants
all hie 014 mends and the public generally to give him a
cell at the Symposium.
CORNUCOPILE RESTAUIIAii% T.
,BY . ELI YOUNG, Fl7l'Ll
The attention of Merchant!) -.:•' , •je-N
and others 13 dir:zied tab' - 1 / 4 * :
ostahlialunent, which La's been recently fitted ”p
op for the varpnee of affording a SUBSTAN.
Tid_L EATING' SOUS& IN A CENTRAL LOOATIONi
ocantry folks attending market are particularly Invited to
c 5 tl. hverything pertaining to an EATING SALOON will
sways be found, of the freeheat tae market affords.
- Mei NATIONAL SALOON )
Under Foliter , a New National Theatre
PITTSBURGH . , PA,
•D. BARNARD, - - - PROPRIETOR,
11A8 FITTED UP IN A TASTEFUL
and coinfortable style, the lar g e centre store in the
ODD MELLOWS HALE, Fifth strut, at a FIRST CLASS
RESTAURANT and SALOON. Flaring bad many years'
experience in the business, he fa prepared to supply the best
the market affords, 11Ia Bar gilt be furnielied at all times
with the best Wines, Liquors and Ales The entrance to
the Salooti r ts in the centre of the Hall, and refreshments
will be Banished at all times t DAY and NIGHT (Sundays
eFe6l44) ' apl4:l y
COR. PENNA AVENUE 4 THIRD ST.,
WILMINGTON, D. 0.
A. F. BEVERIDGE PELOPHIETRE BS.
H. W. IL..N,A.G/‘,
U. S. HOTEL,
Opposite the POURS. Railroad Depot,
BARRIE3BURG, PA. pen
WASHINGTON : OTEL,
FORMERLY G. B. HOTEL,
JAMS SHANNON, ropriet,3r.
THIS HOUSE IS LOOATED ON THE
at corner of P t..NN and WARRINGTON Streets, between
the CENTRAL AND WESTERN RAILROAD DEPOTS, and
has undergone a thorough improvement, remodeled and
tarnished with Leg farllittllO, and is now the moat COLLV&•
then; Hotel in Pittsburgh, for Travelers by Railroad, East
or West. myS I y
:91;1810N HOUSE, GEORGE , AURENTZ
PROPIIIIOR No. 314 Liberty street, Just heeds the
Passenger Depot of the keliniylvenla Railroad; which, thahee
it the most convenient house in the city for paseengera era.
vintby that road. ,
e proprietot hating, at oonelderable Expanse, fitted ctp,
n excellent style, the MANSION HOUSE, would respect
fully solicit aelottanf pita" patroriaga:.- , There is attached
a splendid STABLE and extensive WAOON YARD, afford
ing sitmlasccommodation t 3 travel= end tchnuttere. We
Larder and Bar will be furnished with the best the market
can afford. feb.l.7
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
Corner of Fourtk and Swill:Meld Streets,
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT
he 49 recaived 415 sp ring Asaortment ut
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS,
Of the newest styles, best quality and most elegant descrip
tions, which he is prepared to manufacture to order in the
4Jact with such a character of verorkuntiashlp, as cannot fail
to satisfy and please the most fastidious tastes, myl9
lAppincott, Shorten Pearson,
101 WOOD STIILfiT, ILTf.,Sa rikT:ll
MA.NITFACTURERS ON TRUNKS, Va
llee!, Eat and Bonnet Boxed Ladles Pravelu
SEMI, Carpet,Balm 4t; .keep constantly on hand a large
stock;' - We are pce arpu to do a wholesale trade, and hay
big—facilities to tarp out good stook at reduced prices, we
Wcal jitivita the thsdo to call and examine our goodsbe•
;840)E13.3.011 ; bordered,
'plain and fancy. Also, shade Trim=lugs, ac.,
always on band at and for sale cheap by
, „ %hand 18 St.Srlafr street.
'RILL AND COLLECTION BOOKS—A '
.IPIT'4 S P r " I 'sl/9 1°14131V order.
Ocotter Market and Second "tree*
AlLit - FARM of 238 acres, near Economy, 'for'
Ws by CRITIMBT SON tieset.
PITTSBURGH, MON DAY, SEPTEMBER 6. N'B
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
R OBERT A. LOOMIS,
(Snccessor to B. T. O. Morgan,)
STATIONER AND DEALER IN BOOKS, PERIODICALS
No. 41 Fifth etroot, Pittebritgb,
THE undersigned have entered into Co-
Partnership, tinder the Style of Wm. C. Johnston dr. Co.
SAMUEL R. JOUNSTON, Jlt.,
WILLIAM 0. JOEJSTON.
Pittsburgh, Eepternher 5, 1867.
El u. JOELNeTON, Jll WU. 0..1atri0701.1.
Will. G. JOHNSTON & CO.,
AIIONERS, Blank Book Manufacturers,
rm,l JOB PII.L.NTEBS, No. 5'7 Wood street, bo,tv,,,T.
Third and Fourth, Pittsburgh, Po.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS,
cET & D. RINEHART,
kid Riff A.11111:r.11S, A D
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS
Safety and ECOEIOII9.II In Light.
WIIY WILL YOU BURN CAMPIIENE
AND when you can g,',t a cheaper and bet•
ter light. Pure Kerosene Oil, made from the gas of Cannel
()cal, produces the cheapest, moot brilliant, steady, pleasant
and safe portable light ever offered to the public, and no
danger explosion; more brilliant than gas; and quite as
cheap ; Limps of the most simple and easily managed con
struction. For sale by T. D. St 0. I.I.ODKINSUN,
No. 79 Smithfield etreLd
Beware of a counter' ,. it alread c in the market, made
Irma CAmphene, with a Halo to dent it. (f0117:ly
. - _
COOKING BY GAS.
A WORDIO THE LAD 11 , :
THE HEATED TERM IS APPROACH
dWe call t;,o altvlltiOu ~t the T—tet to the
COOKING, IRONING, ETC.,
eau La dune with economy, without or,reselye heat,
cut ilocit, and with despatch—the firi3 Lelug, always ready lu
Musgrave's Gal thiaking Stos4.,
v,lllch w., reqp,ctfully Invlto your attt,ot:.n at No. T 6
.).(11111.13131).1 street. ,
Cc.outy and Oity !tight, t* ,, c sal , 0p12:9 u
c 0 Nl' Bcp I
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I 0 N ,110 0 N if ECTI
U N 4.) u ,Nbsit4f.TlO
N, QT 0 N I a C 'T 1 0 N
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The most ploleaut, safe Enid effectual Warm Remedy new
Prepared and bold, wholesale and retail, by
A.NG.ELL A HART.
Cor. Wood and Biiith Pittsburgh, Pa,
And &obi be nrcib7l,!-+ L 47,0 " - . 117 • J2O
T. CHARLES LIVERY STABLES.—
The undersigned has bought the leaso
,e, of the aboYo named BMbh,e, to.
gothor with a portion of the orten-`ei'''
rt sire stock of Hornell and Car:high-a, .
late too property of James Methewe, deeeanod. In addition
to the ntock heforo-mentionoch he has atno added awl:M.or t I
PINE I.IOItBES, 13130G1E3 Art) CARRIAGE'S,
which were formerly employud 1,1; Lla BMblesi In
belov Wo,AI aLreet. A, he f ire his perzonal nic,h
tion to the buntlines, a ectitinnancil• 01 the prdronage which
he hns hitherto riiieeir le is soucitc.d.
N. E.—A LL'EakliSi.:
klrmyti be piDcbm.
1 1:1HE CHEMICAL GLi ERAS' VE
tuanumAm.2 uy ii t. G. J. .1. Sawyer,
r.cetr,4 U,o prefervo,, .J all ochre kiwis ever offered
Its BOVliittagc, o Stu. r .••.! 9 tv 1. It 13 cl,al
to use, nue pooud egnet .JOEII9OII rosin
Half the tine . I . , ups din washing
when this Soap in u5....d in,pm , s • Ler hoop. Sd. Labor
In washing mu., be nearly ddspenee4 with, 68 the clothes
will require little If any rubbing, thee avoiding their wear
.1, the wash-board. 4th. Idoiling the clothes is unnecessary
when this Soap is nsed, mu:l'M - 4 or salt water answers
equally as well as soft. 6th. Prir.ters, Idachinists,'Fainters
and others, find it farauperlortii other Soaps. 11 speedily re
moves grease, tar, palut,'priritera' Ica and dirt from the
hands, leaving the skin soft, and free from chapping.
To avoid the laborot rubbing the clothes, and the use of
the wash-board, the following directions should be followed :
For the washing uc eight or ten of a family, take one
pound of Soap, cut It into shavings, and dissolve in one
gallon of hot water; put the clothe., into a tub containing
about ten gallons of warm water; pour in the dissolved
Soap, and stir thoroughly. Let them soak twenty to thirty
minutes, wring out, and rinse in warm water once, cold
water twice. A very dirty wrist-bund, or seam ' or grease
spots, may require a slight rubbing, but oth erwise the
clothes will come out clean and white, without rubbingOr
boiling. Cold water may be used in place of hot, requiring
about double time l 4 soaking.
.i;Zr Observe our sie.me on each bar.
For sale, in any quantity, at our warehouse, Nu. 47 Wood
street, and at our works, opposite the Round house, Fean
-85 Ivanla avenue. B. 0. C.l, 11. SAWYF,R,
up2l No. 47 Wood street.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.-20 tacks Buck
wheat VI ur , 60 155 dacku, just rived and for eale
Corner Woo:fact! Water etroett.
FLOUI3.--25 SupeTrino Flour received
add tar dale by liicO3r , a)Lr4b, MEANS &
fe`4l Corner WOO 4 and Water atreeta,.
EMIGRANT RIFLES,—A most desirable
and cheap weapon, at SOWN d TETLEY'S,
II 71r 77.a W rtrnft.
14ARD.—A prince artiele of No. 1 Lard, in
barrels and kegs, just received and for sale by
AfeCANDLESS, MEANS .!t. CO.,
ba3 Corner of Wood and Water streets.
Li 2A Imo Pimento;
100 " Grain Pappor, jut recolvEKl az,d f r e_dlu
nrls tine. '2ll 2.i !7rrtc gtri.l4
EW ARRIVALS.—We are taking into
2.1 gore, (125 W 094 rt'ael,,) on Immune, stock of fare
Paper fur jobbing purdust.:s ; asp, Let:or, ,' , 4) and Note ;
E nv , t op , In rev, variry; Mani; la l'apar4, of ev. , ry else,
and as chusp na they con be txmaglic In the Platt, shore we
offer wholesale or retail, vury low for ()ash.
apt JNJ. M. PilltalliS &
LAKE FlSLl.—White Fish, Trout, :Salmon,
and Pickerel coustau ly on band, a full stock to supply
the wholesalo trade. by (myol HENRY 11. COLLINS.
ORANGES. -300 bxs. sweet, just received
end for 111110 by ItRYN(RII a ANDERSON,
N. SS Wood street,
m. 717 Opreltq the St. Charles lintel,
1 ROOMS.-100 doz. Extra, Corn Brooms
r on hand and for sale by
C J 11. SAWYER.
DUSTER TRIMMINGS—Drab and Gray
Duster Binding and Tassels, Just opened at
ap2i JOS. HORN kni, 77 Market stre et.
'MEW STEEL SPRING Sii.lit'fS-01 the
moat graceful ebaspeu, on 42.11 d nt aORNE'S,
rayB 77 Mcuiret street,
Q.EED SWEET POTATOES.-20 barrels
Bond Sweet Potatoes, received and for !sale by
JOLES A. FETZER,
16, Comm . Ifartrt end Fitt otrwr
pIOK_LES.-6 bbls. Cucumbor Pickles, re
cared and for Bale by JAMES A. FETZER,
te2o g, Carnet Market and Firstatreate.
DEUF UMER Y.' —Lubin's, Bazin's,
Glenn'a and narrieon's Extracts for the
handkerchief„ constantly on hand at
Jd2 Corner Diamond and Maritot et.
RICE AND RICE FLOUR:
Laver (lima Starch ;
Baker's tiocca acid Brume;
Preett Oocoa 6hell
Received and ior Bale at
Prt U I 'COPY NU BOOKS,-- 'fitasa
I.4aka 1,..4n05a great a.dcantagai o r acy vi.h.rd:
the papa, bang thizt and atrat,4 will ail: [Bar ca,en wat.
lt takaa a Lavat pazfact ltapreadtati and la wavealaut tv I Cfe r
t„ Wbaa ..,cca la LLS d their aapoliartty la apparant. Buld
W. U JOHNSTu
Statlonera, fa Woof et.
$9OO FOR. SALE--A two story brick
hones, et eta rekis, well arranged, pared
yard, with h. ni
hydrant, bake oven, smoke home, &c. The
hone is In good re2edr, painted and papered. eltuate on
East Luce, t..ll;.gheny City. Terms easy.
B. UtTIMBERT t SON,
61 'Market street
BAY. STATE APP PARENG MA
CHINEI.--A VERY uaw , ,i. LNIP SUPERIOR Alt-
TICLE—Ry Eva et the the apple to PARED,
CORED and 13..10ED. abd
February 17th, 1E57, iu fiuroca.
For sale in any quantity, It No. 74 Wood street, Pitts
burgh. Please call and examine for yourselves.
ir29 EAMUEL FAHNUET (141 F:
W SCONSIN MONEY—Notes of all With
Banks, bought by
HENRY H. GOLLLNS, 65 Ww t Atteut.
WOOD STREET PROPERTY FOR
SALE An undivided third part of that valuable
property, situate at the oorner of With and W od streets,
basing I.W feet front on Wood by 60 deep on Birth street.
Ons.third of the above will be sold for $B,OOO. One-half In
baud—balance at one, two and throe years. .
E. OUTEWMT iti3ON,
.... . , ,
/' '' '. ' - •
-' - ~ 61 Market street:'
R&U C - PRESSED CANDLES.-
..RA.4SW iieies.l4disallo I Pressed , Mould Candles, made
exiresakf'reir ilitmaser we t ell-heia qnd fer age
• B. Adll I,l4."grernitt.
OHNE C3Z-:-W) but, this day arrivinb and
‘,/ bradist7 WS) Lanai U• °Walla*
No. I tiO WOOD STREET
tit t, L1very8274)1.4.
( , ; , ,RI3IAGE4I , ian
JAYNES' TIM STORE,
39 Fifth .h.rrt
PIANOS AND MUSIC
THE BALANCE OP MY SPRING STOCK
-0 B -
FROM ME INIANIINAOTOEY OF
CHICKERING & SON'S.
Consisting of SIXTEEN of their now Seven Octave and
Six and A Half Octave Pianos; have met been received, and
now ready for examination at the warerootna of the sub-
CHIOH.EItINO & SONS' PIANO FORTES &To not furnishod
by them to any other house in this city, and all orders =A
be directed to the subscriber.
JOHN IL IHELLOR,
No. 81 Wood etreot,
Solo Agent for Chickering & Sone' Pianos,
jnS for Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania
1 PULL GRAND PIANOS! ril r- 07, 1
: u 4
PARLOR GRAND PIANOS 11
AND NEW STYLE SQUARE PIANOS,
loom the Manufactrry of WIECKERINti h SONS';
130sION, just received from the manufactory of °bickering
& !lora', Boston, the following desirable and elegant stock o
their PIANO FORTES
One Full seven octave Grand Piano Forte, with superbly
carved case. Price saw
One Full seven octave - Grand Piano Forte, elegant Rose
wood nese. Price .$7OO
One New Parlor Grand seven octave Piano nearly equal
he power to a full Grand, and occupying only the
room of an ordinary square Piano. Price.... $6OO
Two full carved Rosewood, Louis XlVth, coven octaves,
with carved Desk and Feet work.
Two Rosewood soven octave—Clifford style.
Two Rosewood, carved mouldings, seven octave..
Your Itosewoo4, plain round corners, seven octave.
Three Walnut, plain round front corners, seven octaves.
Four o .. t pA
Four Rosewood " " 44 fit
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
subscriber, and will be warranted to purchasers. For sale
at their reduced prices. JOHN 11. MELLOR,
No. 81 Wood street,
Sole Agent for Chickering t Sons'.
CHARLES W. LEWIS, ALDERMAN,
And Lx-Officio Justice of the Peace;
OFFICE ON THE CORNER OF WYLIE
AND Flinn MEETS.
Adl business connected with this aloe will be attended to
with promptneaa. Conveyances of all kinds done with legal
laccuracy—such as Leeds, Mortgagee,. Bantle, Powers of At
torney, !Ice. Titles to Real Estate examined.
To the members of the Bar he tenders his services as COrn
cuis,iiimer to take Depositions to be read In the several Courts
01 this State, and elsewhere. His office is one of the main
Police Stations of the city, and consequently- his faculties in
01......utinut business of that kind nre very desirable. A fe10:ly
AMES S. NOON, ALDERMAN, EX
OFFICIO JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, AND POLICE
:I.A.OISTRATE—Office, No. 69 Grant street, nearly oppo
t B the Court Homo, Pittsburgh, Pa. Depositions, Acknow
ledgments and Prooates taken; the Records exeminc-d,
Deeds, Bonds Mortgages, Wills. Laws, Articion of Agree
,oent, and of Purtneraaip, Lefton of Attorney, etc., etc ,
Jruwn up at short notice; Marrlava Solemnised, and at
b.rUur.sq in the Inc of his official duties, promptly attended
a‘.Offloe noun', frcm 7% n. to IP. U.. and from
to 6 P l yt. ap&ly
IDERSONS GOING WE'-'l, who desire to
:;11 parclia4e goo.l farming lauds,' are informed that we
for liEs:l3 tt acres of laud in Boone county, lowa. Also
64 1 acre.] of land in Frank tin uounty, will be said on easy
terms fly S. OUTfIBERT 8 SON,
myi6 6 , qarket street.
cioßKs FOR PRESERV F JARS—An im
rnenso stock on hand, at the only CORK MANUFAC
TifltY in the city—No. 76 Smithfield street.
J:ils H. OVERIvGTON.
ADWELLING HOUSE in Third street
for rent. S. CUTHBERT & SON,
jaa 51 Market ;treat.
FOR REIN T---A three story Dwelling House
on Third stroet--4200 per year.
S. OUTIIIIERT & SON,
v2ll 'NAA 'Roe° A Dante. 51 Merkel mt.
2) cases N. Johnston & 801 Id Nation Claret Wine;
10 " " Bt. Julien Claret Wine
00 " O. 0. St. Julien Claret Wine, in store and for
:ale by MlLLitii. & 111.0KETBON,
raylB Nos, 732 and 228 Liborty ctroet
a 'IIIEIIIOAL OLIVE ,80AP.-1000 boxes
"41 Chemical Olive Erosive Soip, on hand cud fur sale by
B. 0. &J. 11: SAWYER.
DACON.-10 casks Country Bacon Shoul
der., Fidel and flatus, Just received and for anis by
JAS.' A. SEITZ
Cierrwr Market and Vint atretlta.
INDIC/0.-2 oases Manilla Indigo, just re
ceived and for sale by
tuylB MILLEft. EL 111010r8ON.
I, KIDD APPLES.-5O bush. Bright Dried
'IF Apples just received and for sale by
JAS. A. FETZER,
Corner Market and Fincond sta.
10 bales Bordeaux Almonds;
2 " Paper Shell "
E 0 bags Filberts ;
30 " Cream Nuts;
30 " Paean "
2003 bus. Ground "
" Jost received and for
RHYMER A ANDERSON,
No. 39 Wood street,
Opposits she St. Charles Hotel.
QTOCKINGS, GLOVES, MITTS, ETC.-
6 i Suitable for the approaching hot sateen on hid by
J. 9 JOS. HORNE, 77 Market street.
Curds, Freight Billa
Circulars, Lray ReLipta,
Bill Reads, Label;
Railroad Receipts, Bills Lading,
With every other description of Job Printing, executed
with promptness and at fair prices.
J. 8.. WELDIN,
Printer and Binds.r,
Wood street, near Fourth.
1 ) ACRES of choice hind, with 'good im
provements, near the city, for sale on easy terms by
S. CUTHBERT & BON,
010 61 mork street
303 ACRES of Farming Land, near
Uniontown, Pa., for sale at $6 per acre.
8. CUTHBERT & aUN, 61 Market et.
a A_LLs BALLS! BALhS!—A large as
ap sortment of Foot, Solid and Bat Balls, Just received
and for sale, wholesale and retail, at the India Rubber
Depot. 28 and 28 St. Clair street,
my 29 J. a IL PHILLIPS.
VANS! FANS 1 I—Palm Fans by the ease,
dozen, or single, at Eastern priessmith other varieties
t Haney Fant, for tale at
EISIONS..-100 boxes Palermo Lemons
.g.„4 ~ived and for 8818 by - 1 ..• .
I.LNYAIER A ANDERSON,
N 0.89 Woo.) street,
Oppwlto St. Charles HoteL
60 barrels Extra No.l Lard Oil ;
25 No. 2 Lard Off, on hand and for sale,
(mylSj B. 0. J: J. H. SAWYER.
JAVA COFFEE.—Just received a lot of
attictly pare Old Government Java Coffee. Also, La
E yra and hie Ooffe , , at JAYN TEA STORE,
J. 45 88 PiftlVotmet.
U ItE BLAOKISEUILY AN
Bit ANDY, 1.4 . mwilcln.l purpoacti, tit, •
H AIVORTH k BROWNLEYed,
-BOOK. RESTS —Made. of Mahcgany and
wall Ilfrieliud, fur dale. t? W. HAVEN,
LA %try Eh' ti SEAL PAY-Wits Various
elltiroci laud C,..1.44 edWeirfcl ou 41 , 18 d. ftt
W. 8. HAVEN'S',
1 nor Ttineket wad Second sta.
LEMONS.-20 just received an
P o or sal. by fiETAIEB. ANDERI3OIS,
• No 13.9 Wooll street
GERMAN PRAWrNG PAPER—ID nib
kr Engravers, for sale by J. a. WELDIN,
et. 0T....y1 rtrgbott we, Co-. 1”..
GUM BANDS, Port Folios, Desk Pads,
Bantpra Cased, Port Monalea, - and Pocket Books, for
sal. by W. 8. HAVEIN'B,
split Ovrner garket and Second streets.
lINNY EIA 010.-31 I large One bushe
Imy Wks, neur and la good order, for nate by
JAB. A. ITETZKEL,
OcirTun MaTett"t .oToot.
LABB.-500 boxes Bxlo, 9x and 10z12,
for gale by Wit itrf , 7RlT if. OOLLTNA
AESTNII S.-5 • : : Italian., received
this day, and for sale by - •
/LEMONS: * ANDEILSON,
No. AS Wood etreet,
ClT.everltolTt (Th•rlowl Q t• 1
'ALMONDS -20 bales Bordetibit;
2. t.nass Eiditt eat shout
20! gi r d
.7 : Ai
•1 bale Paper ehelL
Jed 4€ l 6elied aid for ale, by
No. 89 Wood street,
au24 %vette tha B , L abodes Meal
TILE FAIL TKRM OP Cffiti INWITZUTIoN MIL
COMMENCE ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH
Candidates for admission will present themselves at the
University Building, corner of Rosa and Diamond streets,
an MONDAY next, at 9 o'clock
W. BARI:WELL,' Secretary .
Madame Appeltile TetedouVii
ARENCH AND ENGLISH BOARDING
AND DAY :SCHOOL FOR YOUNG 148
Third etreet, Pittsburgh, Pa. This School, designed on the
plan of French Schools in France, and modified as to the
English departments on the plan of. French Schools, in the
United States offers to young ladles, besides a full English
course, the' beet opportunity of thoroughly acquiring the
French language and literature, the Principal having re
sided several • yeara in France, and being assisted by Mr.
Tetedoux, a native of Paris, and a graduate of the College
French and Latin will be integral parts of the comae.
The Fine Ain; will be taught under the superintendence
of Mr. Totedoux, a pupil from the OonservaterY of FAria
, Arrangements have been made for youngladiee who, hay
dug already gonathrough a.regular ootnee of, studies, still
may wish to know English literature more thoroughly.
acquire more facility fnepeaking the - French language, and
improve lathe Fine Arts. ,
SchOol will open on the second Ifollday Of'Afip' teanber.
Expeuses , by,the term of, FiTe Itionthat—Board,sloo; Tp t
ition $3O; Vocal Mnsio $25; in classes $l5; Piano $25; use
of inatrumont $5; German and Italian; each , 25, in classes
$lO ; Drawing, in classes $lO . , Oil and Water Colors at the
Professor's price. All charges payable in advance.
For °imam and further particulars apply to the
MR. OLE I SIENT TAIX‘DOI/X. announces, to the public
that he has taken up his residencein Pittsburgh, and is now
prepared to give lessons in Vocal Magic.' . •
Fur u rme and farther particulars apply to dohn if. Mel
; es Music Store, No. 81 Wood st. aull6wd
•iRS. M. 11. M Y E R S'
HOME SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES,
Will re-opon on the FIRST MONDAY of .September, at he;
rehidence, No. 249 Penn street. After the Slit of October,
a limited number:of Boarding Scholars will be received into
the family. Arrangements have been made to accom odate
day boardera,li desired to country patrons: There will be
two sessions a day, from 9to 12 and 2 to 4 o'clock. For
terms, circulars, etc., impair° of Church Book Store, Fifth
street; J. H. Mellor, or of the Principal. an2B./w•
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iron City Commercial College,
Pta,c , .)3rgh, Pa.—Chartered, 1855.
300 STUDIINTO ATTENDING, JANUALLY,IBSB.
Now the largest and most thorough Commercial School
of the Gutted States.
Young Men Preparted . foi• Actual Dulles of tht Clunling Rom.
j O. SMITH, A. M., Professor of Book-keeping ood
Science of Accounts. •
A. T. DOUTILETT, Teacher r f Arithmetic and Can martial
J. A. fIEYDRIOK and T. 0. JEN lIINS Teachers of Book.
ALEX COWLEY, and W. A. MILLER, Professors of Pen.
Single and Double Entry Dook-Keeping, as lased in every
department of Business. Commercial, Aritimietki, Rapid
Business Writing, Datecting Counterfeit Money, Mercautile.
Correspondence, Commercial Law, aro taught, and all ether
subjects necessary for2ho success and thorOtkab education
of a practical business man.
Drawn all the premiums in Pittsburgh for the.past three
years, also in Fastern and Western Cities, for host Writing,
ter AND NOT FOR ENGB.AVID WORE, -We
IMPORTANT INBORN &TION.
Btridents outer nt any time—No vacation—Time unlimited
—Review at pleasure—Graduates assisted In obtaining sit
uations—Tuition for Full Commercial Course, s36—Averalte
time 8 to 12 weeks—Board, $2,50 per week—tattoriery,
—Entire coat, $6O to $7O.
ildini.tera' eons received at nail price.
Cro Card—Oircrilar— pcetme , s or an-tneze and"rue.
menial Writing—incl.., e tsv sta.ps, and addr..-.s
su,!. Pi ttabargli. P91:171.17111,111lq..
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Q . CUTHBERT & SON'S OFFICE, No. 51
„, Market street, for the sal° and parch Ethe of Real
Rnate, renting houses, attending to insurance and repairs,
obtaining loans on bonds, mortgagee, &o,; making convey.
armee, deeds, bonds, Ac 4 writing letters and corresponding
with parties abroad, ao. oclB
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
REMUINOXEL—L-Sousre. Hanna, Garretaon a Co., Hobart,
Parke, Esq. 191119
Rh' AL ESTATE AGENT, NO. 50 WATER STREET,
lies for sale Lands in Illinois, Wlsoonsin, Minnesota,
Michigan and lowa. tie will exchange Lands in Wisconsin,
Ake., for Pittsburgh manufactures, and also for city property:
All letters of Inquiry answered gratis, by addressing me as
above. • anthly
PROPERTY FOR SALE OR RENT.
A GRIST MlLL—Three run of stones and
all the machinery complete, corn and tx:.b cracker,
to., all in good order, with a dwelling,house r atabie , aud
two iota of ground, Oblate in South Pittsburgh, and will be
mid on very easy tormi by S. OIITHOKIIf k SON,
j eIY 61 Market street.
T AWRENCE COUNTY BONDS WANT
ED, in exchange ter land.
WE, 9. OUTHBEB.T k SON, Sl Market at.
ASTEAM MILL in complete running or
der, with dwelling house, etc., near the city, for
sale by • B. CUTEI33IIIIT t BON,•
ap2l 61 illarkert street.
MrESTERN LANDS of good quality, fir
Bale or exchange for Real Estate in the city
14;22 S. CUD:Lin:Ea SON, 61 Migke t st.
FAMILY RESIDENCE FOE. SALE-÷A
valuable property of 160 feet ftont on Covington et.,
I.,lrrrenceville, by .100 deep on Washiligton.streetto!Cherry
alley, Brick Dwelling Home of remits well arrauged,batle
room, porch, well of water and pimp, etAble and. toalhonae,
kitchen range, etc. The rooms are newly painted and pa
pered, shade and fruit trees, grape arbor, great variety of
flowers, etc.; good p ling fence. The above offers a good
opportunity to buy a c mplete and pleasant residenco.
Price low, and terms accommoda ting.
^IITHBERT & EON,
Beal Estate and General Agents,
16 51 Market street.
rilllE SIZE of the cheap Building Lota
a for sale by 8. CUTHI3ERT & SON is 30 by 100 feet.
Location—Near the railroad station, East Liberty.
Price—Front $275 to $4OO each.
Terms—Onefonrth in hand ; remainder at eiz years credit.
The Plan can be seen at the Real Estate Office, 51 Market
EAR IT IN MIND, that the East Lib
ioi arty Lots are offered at each priced, and on Finch easy
terms, us to make a home easily to be obtained.
Hear it in mind, that they front on wide streets, are of
easy accede by railroad, and are very desirable locations for
Bear it in mind, that the plan of the lots
to.be seen at
jel2 61 SIARSET.STREET.
U'OR SALE.- SEVENTY TIEOUSAIO
AORBB of chotze Prairie and Timber Land, situated
an N erfhern loa , a and Bonthein Minneeotat, enibiaotagrhe
finest lot of farming lands ever offered In Able market, as
they aro located converiledtly to Terme and lines of
Railroad. Pamphlets containing information ast.liatea to
emigrants and catalogues giving location, description and
price of the land, with a brief description of the:nannrise in
which they are located, can be hod on application at our
9ilice, and they will be seat free by mail to persons sending
cs their address. WILLIAM PBAZTPAI at CO.,
my:Ortf ;;, Jones' Building,l4oo37 Fourth street
77 Market street
VHIEN DOLLARS IN HAND, will - seettre
Building Lot of 26a100 feet On Mt. Washington,—
Price, $lOO-410 in hand, remainder to era purchaser.
so, a Lot of 60a100 feet for $2.50—526 in hand, balance In
paymeuta to oast purchaser. 6. OSTEMERT h. SON,
je23 61 Market atrßeL
(:), At).RES of Land and a comfortable
ew Meuse, situate riea! , Weabington Typippte, et
about mires from Jouee' n ary, will be sold on easy terms.
Immediate pumeeedua. d. CUTIEBION 4 BON,
, 61 Market etr.et.
A LOT OF GROUND in Feat Libelty,neat
XX. do Railroad station BO by 100 feat will be told for
g 27 b, ODJ-i4llllOl In band, remainder, et ELT. ypare.credit.
B. OUTHtlEirr .4 BON.
61 !dead Meat.
N(rll°B.---he Co-Partnerebiri of BAGA
LOY. 008GB.AVB do Orw. expired by limitation, on
the first instant The businem bo a ntinued by W.
SAGLI,E.Y, at 18 and 20 Wood atreet, who,will settle cm the
Imaincea of the late firm. W. MOLL, V,
JOHN L L L ,
Pittsburgh, July 22d, 1888,--jy2B:tf
'JEW FABRICS IN DRESS GOODS.—
A. A 15.1A.80N Ly CO, nerd., N 0.24 Fifth Street,
Are now-opening rich
Or, Indies, •
Awl a ppleudid .election c,` SPRING BELAHLS, (apl
SEED SWEET POTATOES.-7:1 ,barrela
Bead Sweet Potatoes for eale cheep to ciosa consign
ment oy -JA.13: 1 A +IPSTZEB,'_
ap2&. Clymer Market and Han +streets
ofIOMPOUND SYRUPS or'PHOSPAATES,
OE onximmuat:PD—Mds Pr:ETittlition'in not jo=
tended as a popular . k emeny, but Ls respectfully snbmitted
to the fdedivll „Vacuity as a , nntrititalmlliii Well 'final to
supply. the waste pc elementary llllatter liaringthe Tea!
of ckoniStoses, Paiticaltifir fa - Di'VelPifta sad' o°--ir
'don. This preparation is pleasant to the eye, agreeable, o
the taste, and grateful to the stomach, and &irk! not'newsa
eg o by.protracted two. Sold wholesale and retalllT
JOBIIPH , 'PLM.N"
Ourner Diamond sad Marisa street.
65 FIFTH - STREET
DURABLE, FIRE AND WATER PROO\F
JOSEP# HARTMAN, '
(Recently Agent for 11. M. Warren & C 0.,)
W Alt ItiEN FULT, OEIf.ENT
SATURATED; CANVAS ROOFING,
rsze..OFRIOB, No. 65 OTETH STREET, opposite Odd Fel
lows Hall. Pittsburgh, , . . 1.79
_ . .
rEII.IIE UNDERS , GNED'_I3.EGS LEAVE TO
inform his friend= and the public in general, that tie
is in the daily receipt o this delicious Beer, from • the Will
known Brewery of J. . Btranb, Allegheny City, it having
been pronounced to be he beet that was manufaotnied here
for many years, °Mal TASTEFUL and PURE: Give me
a call and trP It. JOHN BOTH,
apl4:tf At his old stand, No. 26 Diamond.
ST 0 0 K 1
r N YARN§-
AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES,
Always on hand, and for bale at
(- :--lifA UAW) FROM 11R. JAMES M. JAR
REPT, op TILE NEW YORK LUNG INPIRM
A RY. y cOnnecti •
on forihe past eight yearn with tbe
above Instltntion. Sta Oblef.Phynician,and a twelve years'
course of steady deyotion to the r cure of Pulmonary Oen
entoption and its 'kindred diseasel, • together with my un
rivalled opporttiniUas 'aka advantage of pathologicalreseareti
—aided not a little by a perfect system. of:ifedical-inhan
fion—has enabled melts native at a decisive, direct and alto
eresftil course of treatment for the positive and radical cure
of all diseases of tho k lThroct, Lungs; anitotir.FisatagtS. - - By
Inhalation, the vatat and - curative properties of -medicines
are directly adressetite the diseased organs and theinlegn
ment Ido not advise the use of Medical inhalation of any
kind, to the exclusion of gerierizt treat/nen-4 , Bnd although' I
consider it a useful adiu.vent 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
goreral and local treatment. The sambas ot my treatment'
in the above diseases, and the high character of the Institu
tion over which I have so long had the honor to preside,are
tee well known totes& any eulogy or comment from the.
At the solibitatio4 of many private and profesaionalfriends,
through whose philanthropio aid the above charity has been
long and hherally supported, and after due consideration, I
li ave concluded to make such arrangements as will bring .
the li.uethe of my ?experiments and treatment 'within the
reach of all, and not confine myself, as heretofore, to those
only who entered the Infirmary or w'••3 were able to visit
me at my utllce Ifepasg therefore that the arrangement
wdl give entire satisfaction, b th to my profea,tonal breth
ren and the pantie, I w Aild respectfully annonnce in con
' : toetuc, Mat IcanV.abe be cnisultedperoonahy or by ktter,on
a'l th=easeo as al) - we, ud that the medicines, the same, as
• no-d it to • I,,timt; •• pre,ifu ad to suit , ach individnal
.:a-e Inhahn9 Vopors, Afediad Inhalers, do., clic., will- be
' tor -.1111.4.1 uy ex, Fes, to an, part of the United BMWs or
the . BA., sa ss—aiy terms of treatment by letter are
as follows viz: $l2 per month for each patient which will
include medicine :softie:en t for one month's. nee; also, In.
ballet Vapor, and an Mulling Apparams. Pt iment ea fis/-
lowa :$6 to b e; paid to Lexpr-es Agent on me it of box
of !dediciae. andthe balance $8 at the expiration.of the
Inonth, if the pa ll nt be cured or is entirely satisfied With
the treatment Patients, by' Ovine a full history of their
case, and their symptoms in full, can be treated as well, by
letter as by p•rsonal examination. Patients avalziog them
aeivea of Dr. Jerre t o treatment may rely ripen immediate
-an permanent relief, re he seldom has to tre.ta case over
thirty days betters for advice promptly answered. For
farther particulars, address . - -
~ JAMES M. JARRETT, M. Ll..
Na SD Broadway, cor. Twelfth fit., N ' F. -'
1 , . fi. , --Physiciane and others visiting the city are re-.
svctfully Invited:DO call at the infirmary, where many
interesting caeca •can be witnessed, -and where .our 474'
proved apparrauslfor the inhalation of medicated vapor
. Ins p e cted . .
can be seetitind d " '' .1y866m•
STATE Off PENN 57771111.
It la hereby' ordered, that a "Camp of InOtruction" ba
held at Willianwport, Lyeeming conoty, Pennsylvania, the
present year, - ancnbe . Adjutant 'General of the Comrade:
wealth is dlreoe4,to fir i the time . thereof4o,take obarge of
the arrangementa—ta attend in person, and to iFsne the
neeemary'orders: to the Generatiitaff,.and other =tory
otlioers of the Commonwealth in relation to the settle.
Wfd. F. PACK S% Commander-in:Phlet
AnrurAwr Garnet/a onus, .1
Harrisburg, June 8,-1808.;:j
lc obedience to the above order from Resd.Quarters,
"Camp of ruatroction " be htdd.at Williamsport,' Ly
coming county, peunsylvarda, commencing at 12,15., on ,
Tuesday, tit. 7th d ay of September, 1858,
To continue tintII'SATURDAY, the 11th day-of said month,
at 12 Id, oftp.i4 44y, to be called %imp." Susquehanna!'
I. Thu Encampment 13 intended to include the uniform
ed companies throughout the... State, who am .earnestlY. re
quested to be in 'prompt attendance.
IL The Major Gerieralti,'BrigediorGeneralit,'and Brigade
I impactors of tl;s several civisions and brigade?, are req cited,
to reporttens office ei'doon ati'Poislblei what compantee
and Sold olliceriwilkhain attendance from.their respectiv*
commands—withthe number of men in each company, the
names of the.Osidatno,! and their Post Office address.... • .
lIL The Aidside•Camp, and all other Ricers of the Grand
Staff of - the Cknoniander.hiAlblef are - ordered -to he in eV
tendance,:arimA andeqnipncd fall,parade dress., •• •
IV. All denfl'abilea in attendance are required totting
witlithem all:tentt and:canip - equinaP they may have
V. The Brigade Inspectors, of every brigade, will report
at once to my race r :what :equipage belonging to the State
is in the limits of their command. •
VI, The Major General of the Eleventh Dlviston,'Gen.
ii...Jacktuani shall he the sen*r officer on dnty, and. he is'
hereby charged with ' immediate: arrangements for said
Encumpmentiand is ordered to report to this office for fur
titer Instructions. By orderof the Commander-in-Chief.
. EDWIN 0 WILSON,
leis Adjutant General of Pennsylvania.
MILITARY GOODS. . •
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE CONSTANT
LY on hand a canpleto stack of
ÜBMILIAID iFiTI3 Ywll. tuwpidwils Az twos& 11071e2..-
81111 AND &ULJTL U FLAGS MARE TO .0.1.11.4111,
0". 1. iti i iPADDEDI 9.0N.1,j .
UE MARKET STREET. .
.511LLIN GAR, MONONOAHELA.
CY • Pf.A.TAIgq 1%1 1 1 . J , , lgoald 1 - '6Bpcctfaliithforro. he public
tt.at he has rettillt sir.co the Ilre, and hrbviaa,extlargedl4l
eatebli.hment,:and filled It with the newest mad most bp
pLerred machinkry, is now prepared to immibh flooring and
phmedimardsiazrowl sawing and raaawing, doora, &ea 60,1
sh tcr 4, kiln &led, frames, moallimrs, box maktr.g,
'Math Yittabiugh, September 7, 18„7. ' •
Gi f ENTS'ISHOES A tqt) GAITER
Pzo - gl.klS
A SHOD EI\)RE,
1 tio. 17 Fara BT
IN 'IA LTBBER C - 'BAY COMES.--The
ji beat sztlak) In nat. 't.t 4t the I . Ma Dabber
Depot, 28 oat; Et. 01,P
(IL CLOTH C.i.3311-150t) yards 01 rari
ons -thartia mr.td *Melt .s, jug received from the fee'
tor, for eat° icholceale or reteal, .
a H. PHILLIPS,
2d and 2.ir At cistr
GIASS;--300 boxes assorted sizes 'ludo,
Mais,ligood ecrainry brand, t r Bale by
riS:Nralf H. OOLLIVS.
RROOMS.-50 doz. reel and for sale by
" nub/ , HEN .Y0C , 14. t
.E. L —
F4311--4°° packages WblieFish , Salmon,
and Twat; Erg sale b) (ul)'=7) HS. counis.,.
jl4O. D iS Cof'D FRll4'rEslet
13-r Bold by 40,241 J. B.' "%DIN
VORN.4-10 bapselle rn Co received and
31.14 for, joie
01 Tit I3ACON.-1000 Ib4 Ootuatiiir
Baoon i i i Hato, Sh'calders'and
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Printer id Bwtioner.
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MANTIMAM I TTRER • AND DEALER
' art D
i Lager Beer.
burg ; .Inn e e
OONS:18111441 111 PaLT
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77 Market qtroet
a. H. ZUTLLTIN;