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BOOK - AND SOB OFFICE,
POST - o'l/.1:i1a5T031.13„
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THE undersigned . having made extensive
I additions of the LATEST AND HANDSOMEST STYLE
F TYPF, and improved Machinery, to the MORNING POST
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A" . . , •Orar mated lxing Ecoriy all new, we can give it.-om
suceicif tho meat clL.'mplet.. , satisfaction, and solicit orders
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BOO 72„ PAItOETATIS,
BAIL CAL' BaLS AND CAMS,
BANE CHECKS, BLAINE NOTES,
.....„ Li - 77..1: HEADS, BILL 1LE,.. - AD:i,
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;ILLS LAREIG, CIRCULARS,
PAPER BOORS, DEEDS,
MOR t'GAGES, BONDS, Sc,
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-Particular attention will alto be paid to the printing
cc. Ptsriters, ProgrBhames, etc. far Concerts, Pthibitiona and
01 - arises. BARR & MYERS.
The People's Shoe store.
D. S. DI_EFF.ENBAC HE R & CO.,
Cheap Cash Dealers is-all kinds of Fashionable
• BOOTS, SHOES - - IND GAITERS,
Por Gentlemen, Lodiee, Youths and Children,
Ito. 17 Fifth Street, near Market,
Lt.S . PITTSBURGH, PA.
I G. PP2A-'t .....rte. Jorm - zm S. L. JOR:75011
. I . 3g RRiN ,' .l JOHNSON,
rerietors of Childs d Co.'s
F• IA eitt
E, 2 las p tio Fire and Water Proof
. 133 THIRD STREET.
e ARDERS for ROOFING promptly and faith
fully , execr_ted., and all our work warranted.
Loafing material always on hand, and i fer sale, with di
re's:tints far ase. eap2.ly
JOS. 35'. 8.A.111 LTOX a. ye., _
ENGMEERS A.NE) 11.1AC1NISTS,
Corner of :Fag and Liberty 1.1. r e di, Pia-burgh, Pa.
QUPERTOR STEAM ENGINES for Grist
k - i and Saw Mills, Breweries, Printing Establiehmouts,
Mrinfactories,..„, made to order. They also continue the
m ainfacture of their Celebrated Machinists' Tools, such as
Turning Lathes, Iron Planers, Doting and Drilling Machines,
L. Alco, Wrought' Iron Charting, with Pulleys, Hangers,
.L::. 6 .- ...,' - r Jag:lyd
loud ITRAMON.... .E.OLIE2t TH0MP50N.............8.. C. IaLLIKIL.
JOHN THOMPSON 6 - .. CO.,
TT OUSE PAINTERS, GLAZIERS AND
_LA_ G RAMERS, Na. 135 Third street; SIGN PAINT
ING eiccated with neatness and detpatca. , Mixed Paiats,
this Tuudientine, Varnish, Japan and Engffsh Patent Dry
ers, Tills ilontaig.no Zink, a very superior article; Phila
delphia and. Pittsburgh White Lead always on hand and for
sal,. We areprepared to grind colors for Painters, Drag
si .te, or v_hers, at the shortest notice, as we have a Mill
c-hi _h triads by steam Painters will save money by get
tin,r 11.•iir colors ground with an. _ • inirbily
GOLD AID SILVER SPECTACLES,
or weighing spirits, the cb.etipc=i, awl beat articles ever
troa.Elit to this city.
SHIEDHO.7IIETERE" AZ.TD BAIIOIIEThitd,
varying in prict, from irZO ouch.
3LT P.VEYOR'S COMPASSES,
lways Oil hand Lt 0. E. SHAWS,
Prac&o.2 c/ptican, E 8 .Afth &rat.
cppogta tOTA 0 Hal.
t 3: & J. R. SAWYER,
rd.M.77ACIVi..=. - .8 07
LARD 0 IL,
C AN DLE S
PALM, TOILE 12,
AND ROSIN SOAPS
wa. 17 strzei, Pittsburgh, Pa.
DISF.iOLIITION OF PARTNERSHIP.-
Tht- firm of HAWORTH BRO. BROWNLEE was,
on cho 3,1 of May, 3.653, dissolved by mutual consent, by the
of JEHU HAWORTH from the above Sim.
Tho acc...,auti of the late firm will bo settled by HAWORTH
JEHU H.AWORTH, in withdrawing from the above
firm. kindly Osaka his former patrons and alao the patrons
of the iota firm, for the eery liberal patronage he has rc
ceived, and would kindly recommen.d them to his successors.,
HAWORTH .t SEX/MILER, as they= determined to sail
at low finares, leasing a very large assortment of GOMAt?
G.ROORRIES, WINES ead.LIQTYOa.S on band.
4'5",* DATID EiIiTOATH cud J4HBR EttowbflaysE
have this day associated together, and will continue on the
btFine,n .t 'the OLD STAND, corner of Diamand and Dia
mondelley, under the style of HAWORTH Lk 13110WbiLliT,
when - , they hops to receive that patronage eo liberal'; given
to the old £rm, a.; they are determined to sell MU:UPI:ft
than any other Sbero in the city. myla
office of Sealer of Weights and
TILE OFFI.O-E OF THE UNDERSIGNED,
-b. SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND KEA.8. 0 02 E.. 3,
ft.und henceforth, in Cherry alloy, beta Third
and g6nrtit creeta, where orders may be left.
CEUBLIIS 33AllYTT, T.
AVS. HAVEN'S Elastic Steel Pens just
r,rtt74 and for sale at the Stationery Store,
j e t Nos. 3i, 33 and 35 Market street.
THE FRANKLIN ALMANAC FOR 1859.
—This well-known and popular anneal, formerly pub.
lished : by Johnston Stockton, after a lapse of years, will
again shortly be issued. The ohm:dation; as formerly will
be made by Cie skillful mathematician, Sanford O. Hill,
Esq., who s ill also prepare for its pages such reading mat
ter as will make it an entertaining and instructive maga
zine: Besides tho reliable astronomical calculations, a new
and Ingenious table of time, an accurate method of drawing
meridian lines, and other matters of permanent value will
Orders of book.sellers and other dealers are solicited is
of pnblication, as but one edition will be printed,
and orders will be filed according to priority. .
• -WM G. JOHNSTON 4' CO.,
Publi9liers, Printers, Stationers, and Blank Book makers,
57 Wood street, Pittsburgh. je22
UR:-40 bbls. choioe superfine for sale
Corner Market and Bret ate.
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PUBLISHED DAILY BY JAMES P. BARR, AT THE "POST BUILDINGS," CIORNFAI OF WOOD AND FISTS STREETS; AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM
FEPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
ARMER'S UNION INSURANCE COMPANY,
At ATITENS, BRADFORD 00IINTY, PA., Jan. 1, 1858, es
presented to the Stockholders, wad made oat in compliance
with' the State Lows of New York, 0kk241ad1"37/11inc487 Ac.
The nanie of the Company la the FARMERS' UNION IN.
SURANOR COMPANY, brated at Athena, Pa. Chartered
Aprfl 18,180, by the Legislature of Pennsylvania. Charter
Casli Capital, which is all paid up
Surplus in addition thereto
Fifty-four Bonds and Mortgages, a;
six and seven cent. interest,
amounting in the aggregate to-4152 4 810
Which mortgages are or value,
bib and productive real estata,
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 it tent. more,
exclusive of farm buildings, and
eo certified by the Recorders,
where recorded, to the and tors of
the States of Ohio and Illinois.
Nin4een six ft cent. Bonds amply
secured. 47,686 00
Oath on hand and in 8ank..... 6,449 12
Cash in hands of Agents, and in
course of transmission, secured
by bands with sureties
Bue'on losses re-insured, kc
Bills receivable, vie: promissory
roles payable at bank and to the
Interest accrued, (principally due
January 1,1858,).. ......... 1 19 46
Safe: and office A:tures and Fula
IMICOLCI FOS VII TUTS 1857
Amennt of Premiums received during the
year $ 85,2„3133
Am't interest received during tho year 11,442 05
Am't received from all other aonrees 2,480 00
Expenses for the year, including
ccannalesiens, salaries, routs, rein
aurance, printing, advertising,
taxes, and all other expenaee $ 19,199 66
Dividends paid during tho year...... 17,000 00
Losses paid, which occurred prior
to December 31, 1856
Lo[lBB3 paio which occurred during
the year . .0,561 54
Losses adjusted and not due (since
$ 12,500 99
Loewe incurred and in process of
Lossee reported, cm which no action
has been taken
Lo3sea resisted, on ground of front
anceaftor fire, property tranefer
rud before boas, property lost not
roabred by the Policy, 4c
$ 39,407 99
Whole amen 4of risks taken during the year.. 55,429,862 00
Wnole amount of risk at date.—.—. 4,861,440 00
STAIN oP PENNSTLV.B2II.A., COLYTT OF BRADFORD, St.
C. N. Shipman, President, and J. E. Canfield, Secretary of
the Farman' Onion Ina - mance Company, being severally
duly sworn, depose and say, and each for hio• Pelf says, that
the foregoing is a true, fell and car:rest statement a the
affairs of said corporation, and Cleat whey are the above do•
ecribed off'cers thereof C. N. S'IiPI.I.A.N, Prettdent.
J. E. CANFLELD, Secretary.
2nbrcribed and'swern b:4.yre me, this '2sth day of Janu
ary, 1818, li. C. BAIRD, Justice of the Peace.
T. J. HIJNT}.R, Agent,
op17:ly No. 90 Water street, Pittsburgh.
Fl HE INSURANCE,
Reliance Mutual Ingurarice Co
ON B7ILDIIIOB, LIMPED OR PERPETUAL, hi&RORAN-
DISK, PURNITUB.P., L - 0., IN TOWN ca COUNTRY.
°ace, Ito. 300 Walnut atToot.
CAPITAL, 0177,9:68 ASSETS, egesl,46s SO.
Invasted tss follows,
First Mortgags on Improved City Property, worth
double the amount, $120,200 00
Pennsylvania Railroad Co.'s 6 per cent. Mortgage
Loan, $30,000 cost 25,500 Ca)
Allegheny County 6 per cent- Penn's R. R. Loan. 10.000 00
Pennsylvania Railroad Co.'s ........... 4,000 00
Stock of the Itolianco Mutual Insurance C 0....... 19,150 GO
of County Tire Instunnce C 0.... ...... . ..... 1,060 00
Scrip of Einr.dry Insurance Companies 475 00
Bills Receivacle, bnsineca paper 0.0.711 50
Book Accounts, scorned interest, etc 8,836 19
Cash on hand and In Bank 13,048 20
William B. TIIOIIIIISOD,
David S. Brown,
John R. Worrell,
H. L. Caron,
Charles S. Wood,
James S. Woodvard,
mr3 North-east cu .
MERCHAITS' INSURVPIE COLIPANY,
7M. V. PETTIT, D. J. M'CA.N N, Secretary.
Amount of Capital Stock paid in and 1nye.ite.1...51..00,0 . 00
Surplua 63,429 35
Insarta Csrgo Slake on the Ohio and iillo.histppl RiToro ond
tributit7ies. Lus - dre3 opinst Inca or datnn;s - 0 by Fire,
Alos, ogtitrist the Petil cf the Zer. et .d Inland
Navtgotion and Trott-pt.:Lotion.
. . _ . .
Wm. V. Pettit., J. C. Montgomery, John M. Pumroy,
D. J. McCann, E Witmee, P....U:3 Citation,
B. L. Woolston, JAtr: A. tqart;b4P., Cnal.. B. Wrieht,
Ohn J. Patterson, 1nw0....2 T. Pit:oy.
Pr ILLLitti V. PETTIT, Pre.r.4.9.
it. F. IVIT.I.I.ER, Flcc
D. J. ,kIoCANN,
11 Phi/c4.4p7,111 . ': le PAC:: , ..t , l",:ia:
Felger, Luitt, Z: C,., I fitetnmitz, „I wain° it Co.,
I.`rnitt, Bro. A Co.,Et:el*, Morgan A Stldfole,
A. T. Lane A Ca., I Palurny,CoNwell F. Co.
PITTSBITE.CI.II 0.1 7 11C0., NO. g 7 WA'irRIL STREET.
ap9 ;t. W. PorNr•Exruit, Agent.
WEST BitA IN
MUTUAL INSURANCE CORIPAN V,
LOCK MOON; CLINTON COUNTY.
CHARTERED DX THE LEGISLATURE OP PENNSYLVANIA.
Casa Capilal—......VAooo I Premium N0tra...5132,343.
COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
1. Buildings, Merchandise, Furniture, /Sc., in town or
MAL. J no. J. Pearce, Hon- G. 0. litu-vey,l Charles A. Mayer,
Junn 13. Kull, Charles Grist,
I Peter Dickinson
T. T. Abrams, DK. Jackman,, W. White,
LION. G. C. EIARVEY, President
T . T .
.A.e.,Vli, Vice Preskinut.
'recs. Hiram; flocrotary.
BY Pl/1..0 0 Ele
iiaroiael IL Lloyd,
.4... L. Winegardner,l
L. A. Mackey,
I Dr. J. B. Crawford,
John W. Maynard, A. Updegraft,
Hon. S. Cameron, James Aitoatrong,
Thee. Bowman AD, William Fenron,
Vanderbelt, Elea. Wm. Bigler,
FIFTH ETREET, l'irrastraari.
J. A. EI r.'I"F.BT, Agent.
THE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
IYLExclora--OLLes W. Danker, Thomas Hart, Tobias
Wagner Samuel Grant, Jacob Muth , Goo. W. lidchards,
ktordca:l D. Lewis, Ado phi E. Eorie, David S. Browne, Mop
Ks Patterson. CHAS. N.
of s. G. Rtnesact, Becrotary.
Continuo to make insurance, perpetual or limited, on ovary
deecripdon of property, in town and country, at rates as low
na aro c.,aidatent with security.
The Company have reasrved a large Contingent Fund,
,:hich,trith their capital and premiums, safely invested, af.
ford ample protection to the assured.
'Fier Atects, of the Company, on January Ist, 1861, as pat..
ithed Agr..^ , mbly to an Lot of Asa - anahly, wero ca follows, viz:
ilertgage $.718,1.28 63
Real Eatato 84,877 78
Temporary T.:saorit.. 8,988 11
Etoc=. 184E44 Ji
Total $J,^12,703 444
Gino° their Moorperation, a period ef twenty-one yearz,
they have paid upword of One Million sour Hundred Mon
sand Dollars,lolll9B by fire, thereby affording evidence of the
advantages of insurance, es vitll az the ability and disposition
to meet with promptners all Liabilities.
J. GARDINER iat;EIN, Agent,
Difie3, 1 - 1071i , -EASt c.nr. and Third sta.
WESTERN INSURANOL COMPANY
GEONIGN DAP.S.UL, resddant;
7. M. CI °anon, Socrotary.
01710:1 No. 92 Water street, (kpang . a Co's Warehouse,) up
Will insure watrat all kinda of - an, :AARINERIS3I.B.
A Home huatution, managed by Ttn-ect who are %ell
tnown in the community, and who are deb,rmined, h by
promptness and liberality, to maintain tho character w ich
they have assumed, aa offering the bmt protecton to thaw
who desire to bo itdoltd.
ASSHiB, OCTOBER Slat, Lc?
Stock Acooonttp. ... .
Officer Sernitera r ......
Discounted,....:.....premium Noton, —.
x.lifill , v, Jr.,
J. NY. Butler, George W.Jack3on,
Jamda MrAtiley, Alex. E .W.r,
Andrew Ackley, Wm. Knight,
N0.....0.1 Hobnail, Alexandgr Middy
D.M. Lang, Wm. H. Eaalth,
U. W. ,Rickea.c.u. F. kt. GORDON.
ni44.. . - , • , Barrg:ary;
WA 4111294 4 00,
$ 200,000 00
t.6d, tis 51
$ 253,486 51
CILEM TINtILEY, Prealdent.
Benjamin W. Tingley,
Jacob T. Bunting,
Wm. M. Semple, Pittsb'g
. HINCIDIAN, Secretary.
DINEIa COFFIN, Agent,
er Third and Wood 6trouts.
. 14,341 45
A 125,003 78
PITTSBURGH, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1858
PITTSB,UR • GH
LIFE. FIRE .AND MARINE
NO. 96 WATER STREET,
ROBERT GALWAY, Pr asideat
ALB. Balms; Vice Preatdent.
E. A. RuinAA? .Secretary.
44""fhla Company makes exeritnenrance apperlaintrig to
cr connected - IMb LOB 1118E8.
Also, against IiTTLL AND OA2GO RIBES on the Ohio
and blistissippi Riversand tributaries, and MARINE RIBK2
And against Loss and Damage by Fire, and agtdd<t
Perile of the Sea and Inland .Navigatiea and Treabp rtaam.
Policies framed at the lowest rates consiateut with
Hobert Galway, Samuel hl'Olarkan
Joseph P, Hanism, M. D., John Scott,
James Marshall, David Richey,
James W. Hallman, Charles Arbuthnot,
Alexander Bradley, Joseph S. Leech,
John Fullerton, N. P. Hart,
David IL Chambers, Robert 11. Hartley,
William Carr. Jno. Magill.
CITIZENS' INSURANCE COMPANY
WILLIAM BAGALEY, President.
SAMUEL L. MARSIEELL, Secretary.
OITICE: SI _Wafer street, &Imam Mirka and Pliod
kelr. lames .HULL AND CARGO RIDES, on the Ohio
and Miesiseippi Rivera and tributaries.
Insures against Wks or Damage by PMR.
Also, against the Perils of the SeE. and Inland Navigation
William Bagaloy, Oapt. Hark 5t.ar11r., , ,,
Samuel Rea, Samuel M. Hier,
James M. Ooopa, Jotra S. Dilworth,
James Park, Jr., Prancla Sellars, _
Isaac. M. Pennock, William B. Rays.
Springer Harbaugh, John Shipton,
Capt. Samuel C. Young, Walter Bryant,
John Caldwell. Jaf2.2.
PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE
No. 149 Chesnut Street,
Opposite the Custom House.
WILL MAKE ALL KINDS OF INSU
RANGE, either Perpetual or Limited, on every
description of Property or Merchandise, at reasonable rat
HOBERT P. EUN3, President.
M. W. BALDWIN, %I've Presi&E.t
Charles Hayes, E. R. Cope,
E. B. English, George W. Brown,
B. Savory, Joseph S. Peel,
C. Sherman, John Cnaytc.n,
S. J. Magargee, E. Mier.
B. BLicournants, Secretary. _ _ _
J. U. COFFIN, Agent,
Corner Third and Wood s troetm
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS
BLAIRSVILLE, INDIANA COUNTY, PA ,
COL. ROBT. EVANS, Proprietor,
-RAVING PURCHASED THIS HOUSE,
from itt former well•knuwn Proprietor, B. D Mar
ker, Esq , and rented it, I am new prepared to receive and
arcommodete visitors. Toe rooms dr.: large and airy, Ord
well furbished. A good table alwaye provided.
In connect 4 on with the Has:, the:.. i 4 also a good livery
Stable. Tetras model C.Ol, IL EVANS,
• - C (1 40 Escelsio ILestaurant,
it; NC. 112 WOOD .17 tTect, „mai,
dfiklitES iii TLa, Proprietor.
TAKE AND EA S FEE:I FISH SOLD
Wholesale and Rotail, nt tho I...meet cash pricee.
Large supplies of Melons, Peaches, end Sweet Potatoes
received dolly. Also, New York Prince's Bay Fgg Earbor,
Shell Oyeters, the finest ever brought to this city. Every
delicacy of the season conststaly on hand, and served rip la
the moat palatable style. Don't forgot the .I.celsior Elea•
tea:trent, No. 11l Wood street. se4
WILLIAM C. GALLAGHER,
PR OPE /Era.? ,
Fifth Street; Next Door to the rilliburgh Theatre
The house le new, built ospecbilly fur the purposes of a
First Clive li..3ataurant and Saloo2, and the proprietor hay.
ing bad many years exporlanco in the business Will keep
constantly on hand the boat that the markets offord. Hie
Wines, Liquors and Aka, ex) of the :est quality. Ile wants
all his old rriends and the public generally to give him a
ill at the Symposium. Ljel2:.ly
Corner Irwin Street and Duqueone 'Wan
B. D. MARKER, - -
(Portuorly of the "Marker 1t0,L,e," ❑lairaville, Pa.)
H E SCOTT HOUSE IS NOW COM
PLETED AND OPEN FOR It hi aitnatsd
in a central part of the city, being convenient to all &Earned
Depots and Steamboat Landings.
The louse was both. in . IMO, with all modern Improve
ments, and fitted up in splendid style--the entire nirnitnre
being new—and will in every respect be a unit class Hotel.
tine ST.A.BLEe are attached to tha premises. jel2:4
CORYECOPILE RESTA , U , RANIT.
BY ELI YOUNG, FIFTH * 4. &ET.
The attention of Merchantsl,4 \
and other, is directed to this '
sets tistatrezt, which has be , n recently fitted
op for the porpose of affording a SUBSTAN
TIAL EATING HOUSE IN A CENTRAL Leo.errar
Country foils ettendi4g fnathet ate particuliudy invited to
Cell. Everything pertaining tu en EATING SALOON will
el ways be found, of the treeheet the market affords.
THE NiTIiONAL SALOON ,
Under Foeter , e New National Theatre,
D. BARNARD, - - - PROPRIETOR,
lIAS FITTED UP IN A TASTEFUL
and comfortable style, the large centre store in the
oLilt FRLLOWS HALL, Fifth strea, as a FIRST CLASS
RESTAURANT and SALOON. Having bad many years'
ek,perience in the business, he prepared to supply the beet
the market afford,. Hie Bar will be famished at all times
with the beet Wines, Liquors and Ales The entrance to
the Saloon, is in the oentre of the Hall, and refreshments
will be furnished at all Limey, LAY and NIGHT (Sundays
ezcepted.) BOA: I y
COR. PENN'A AVENUE ¢ THIRD ST.,
WASHINGTON, D. O.
A. F. BEVERIDGE PROPELIUTRE BS.
H. W. KANAGA.
U . S. HOTEL 9
Opposite the PO.IIIIMO Ratlxoepd Depot,
HAILRI9B,MIG, PA. Delo
VORNMRLY U. S. HOTEL,
PITTSB URGE, PA.
JA1:1138 SHANNON, Proprietor.
THIS HOUSE IS LOCATED ON THE
corner of PENN and WASHINGTON Streets, between
the CENTRAL AND WESTERN RAILROAD DEPOTS, and
has I: uderg t.,provement, remodeled and
furnished with new furniture, and la now the most conve
nient Hotel in Pittabargh, for Travelers by Railroad, East
or Wart. myB:ly
MANSION HOUSE, GEORGE .A.URENPZ
ftOFHTSITOII ...No. 344 Liberty street, Just beside the
Passenger Depot of the Pennsylvania Railroad, which makes
it the most convenient hones in the city for parsongers arri•
Thwing by that road.
e proprietor having, at considerable expense, titted up,
In excellent style, the MANSION ROUSE, would rcepect
rally solicit a share of public patronage. There is attached
a splendid STABLE and extensive WAGON YARD, afford
ing ample accommodation to travelers and teamsters. Edo
Larder and Bar will be farnish.xl with the bast the market
can afford. fobLy
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
MERCHANT TAILOR ,
Corner of Fourth and Smithfield Streets,
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES TIiAT
he has received his Spring Assortment of
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
And with such a character of workmanship, as cannot fail
to satisfy and please the most fastidious tastes, [myl9
Lippincott, Shorten & Poeurson,
NO. 104 WOOD 87R • ET, NEAR FIFTH.
garFACTURERS OF TRUNKS, Ve
nom, Eat and Bonnet Boxes, i.a.tlpm Traveling
Carpet Bap, ac., keep constantly ion hand a large
stock. We are prepared to do a wholesale trade, and hav
ing facilities to turn ant good stock at reduced prices, we
would inrita the trade to call and examine our goods be-
DSOR SHADES.-I:hdd bordered,
plain and fancy. Also, shade Trimmings, &c..„
always on hand at and for sale cheap by
J. k H. PHILLIPS,
ra929 28 and 28 St Clair street.
JAND COLLECTION BOOE.S-rA
jj large asiortinent always on hand, or ins& to order.
• • ' . W. B. FINVIM.
jel4 Corner Market and Second streets.
4, FARM of 238 sores, near Eoonomv ! for
saga by O. omporams 804
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
ROBERT A. LOOMIS,"
(6tutcazsor to B.P. d. tdorgau,)
STATIONER AND DEALER IN BOORS, PERIODICAL&
No. 41 lifth etroet„ Pittebtugh,ya.
THE undersigned have entered into Co
ll Partnership, under the etyle of WM.O. Tolingan & 00.
8.5.1111 EL R. JOHNSTONiJR.,
WILLIAM 0. JOk.7O3TON.
Pitt:Margit, September 6, 1857.
~, .wht. G. JO '.'5410L1
0. JOIINSTOII dr• CO.,
- - -
TATIONERS, Blunk Book Itlanufacttrars,
and JOB PRINTERS, No. 67 Wood strmq, lanweao
Third and Fourth, Pittsburgh, Pa. 5030
TOBACCO AND SEGARS.
%IT 8a D. RINEHART,
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS
Safety and Economy in Light.
AVHY WILL YOU BURN.CAMPHENE
AND FLUID, when you can get a che,per and bet-
ter light. Pere Kerosene Oil, made from the gas of Cannel
Coal, produces the cheapest, most brilliant, steady pleasant
and safe portable Light ever offered to the public, and no
danger 01 explosion; more brilliant than gas; and quite as
cheap; Lamps of ttip moot simple and easily mahaged con
struction. Her sale by T. D. AO. HOOKINSON,
No. 79 Smithfield street.
Beware of a counter!t It already in the marke‘made,
from Camphene, with a tittle 0-al • til to scant it. [ fe27
COOKING BY GAS.
A WORD TO THE LADIES.
9 p.HE HEATED TERM IS APPROACH
ING, and we cMI the attentiou of tho L.:4u to the
COOKING, IRONING, ETC.,
(Jan Lo done with economy, without oppresslvo heat. with'?
"lit soot, and with despatch—the tiro being always ready in
t. moment-11y using
Musgrave' Gas Uuoking Stoat!,
To which we reapectfally invita your attenti.n at No. Ili
Smithfield street. 3.*A. JOHNSUN F. BRO.
Ca... County and City Rights for Bala. apl29m
AYRES' WORM -
CONFIt CT I 0 N
NFECTION, 0 0 N
F NOTION 0 O N F
• 01'10 N,CONF
C TION CONFEC
T I tiN,C ON FE 0
N ,C ONFNOTI
O N , C (IN V HOT' 0
N C U N.F NUT lON
N FEOT I ON .
The most pletiti nt, aafa cud effectual Worm Remedy now
Propared and Bold, wholesale and retail, by
ANGELL A . RAPT,
Cor. Wood and Sixth 5!8., Pltlatbew i gh, Pa
And sold by Droaciato cenerally. find
T. "CHARLES LIVERY STABLES.-
The ondersigned . has bought the lease-
Allot the abcrvo named Stables, to;
gether ,with a portion of the eaten
dye stock of Horses and Carriages,
late the property of James Mathews, deceased. In addition
to tho stock before-mentioned, he has also added a 'minks of
yINE HORSE'S, BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES,
which were formerly employed at his Livery Stahl.] in
Third, below Wood street. As he gives his personal atten
tion to the businer.s, a contimuulcu of the patronage which
lie hoc hitherto received frczt public is solicited.
St. Charles Livery Stables.
N. B.—A HEARSE an , i an; number cf CARRIAGES can
elwaya be procured ler Enboral.i. de29
THE CHEMICAL OLIVE EIEASIVE
SOAP, manufactured by 13. C. & J. li. Sawyer, re,
receives the preference over all other kinds ever offered for
Ito advantages E-4.,n0n are :-19t. It la cheaper
td and, one pound lndug equal ti threw of COMECOCI rosin
eloap. 2d. Flair (if art ,c, opted in washi ng
wienu this Soap in us-d tr. place Soap. Bd. Labor
to washing can be nearly dispensed with, as the clothes
will require little if any rubbing, thus avoiding their wear
on the wash-begird. 4th. Roiling the clothes is unnecessary
when this Soap is used, and hard or salt water answers
equally as well as soft. bth. Printers, Nl , ehinism, Painters
and others, find it far superior to other Soaps. It speedily re
moves grease, tar, paint, printers' ink and dirt from the
hands, Imevlng the skin soft, 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 one
pound of Soap, cut it into shavings, and dissolve in ono
gallon of hot water; put the clothes into a tub containing
about ten gallons of warm water; pour in the dissolved
Soap, said stir thoroughly. Let them soak twenty to thirty
minutes, wring out, and rinse in warm water once, cold
water twice. A very dirty wristband, or seam, or grease
spots, may require a slight rubbing, but otherwise the
clothes will come uut clean and white, without rubbing or
boiling. Cold water may be used in place of hot, requiring
about double time in soaking.
A Observe our name on each bar.
Fur sale, in any quantity, at oar warehouse, No. 47 Wood
street, and at our works, opposite the Round House, Penn
sylvania avenue. B. O. 8 J, H. SAWYER,
urea Nu. 47 Wood street.
13UCKWIIEAT FLOUR.-20 sacks. Buck
wheat /lora, CO Lb aacka, Junt received and for }Ale
CdeOANDLEISS, DIBASIC; 4 CO.,
Oorniir Wood and Water streets.
` I I,O(JR.-25 bblo. Superfine Flour received
• and for ase by McOdSIDLYSEI, MR* tiS a 00.,
totid Corner Wood and Water dreets.
1j I±4IGRANT RIFLiES.—A most desirable
13.:4 and choap weapon, at SOWN a TETLEY'S,
PIO No. IRO Word etmit.
ARD.—A prime article of No. I Lard, in
X I I barrels and kegs, Just received and for Bale bi
MoCANDI.4BB, AMAMI CO.,
Carney a Wood and Water streeta.
_NEW ARRIVALS.—We are taking into
etoro, (128 Wood aMitt,) an trumenss etcc.k of tine
raper for Jobbing purposes ; aloe, Letter, Cap and Note ;
Env, lopes In groat 'vbriety; Mouifla' Papors, of every else,
and ea cheap as they can be bought in the East, whore we
Lifer wholetale or retail, If dry 'low for Cash.
aP 2 JI , IO. ?EAKINS et CO.
' FlSll.—White Fish, Twat, Salmon,
and Pickerel constantly on hand, a fall stack to as ply
the wholesale trade, by (myt)l lIENILY H. COLLINS.
ORANGES. --300 bxe. sweat, jug 'received
and for sale by .1412,1 ER 4ic ANDERSON,
No. 80 Wood street,
re , l7
Opposite the St. Charles Hotel.
DROOMB.-100 dos. Extra Corn Brooms
on hand and for sale by
rya B. CI J. EL BAWYEEII.
nUSTER TRIMMINUS—Drab and Gray
Duster Binding and Tassalis Pint opened at
JOG. HOME'S, 77 Market street.
IVEW STEEL SPRING SKIRTS—Of the
J.N moat graceful shapes, on hand at HORNE'S,
myB 77 Market street,
atEll SWEET POTATOES.—Q barrels
147 Bocci SW:Et Penance, metre-1 and for sale by
dALE.6 A. RETZEIt,
ai) Oceresr Markt - 4 and 34est streets.
1001CKLES.-6 bble. Cucumber Pickles, re :
&ITedand for sale by JAMES A. RETZER,
teal Corner Market and Hint 'treats..
DER FUMERY. Bazin'ti,
Wright's, Glenn's and Sarrison's Extracne for the
handkerchief, constantly du hand at
JeJ Corner Diamond and, Market st.
RICE AND RICE FLOUR;
Glcaa Starch ;
Danced occe and Broma;
Freak Cocoa &hell
floceirt.d and tur tale at
ELLUM COPYINIi BOOKS.—These
books possess great advantages over any others;
the paper being thick and strong will not tear when wet.
It takes a moat pet fect impression and is convenient to refer
to. When once In ace their superiority is apParent. Sold
by W. G. JOHNSTON' et 00.,
Jai Stationers, 67 Woixl at_
900 FOR SALE—A two story brick
o Louse, of BiX room, well arranged, pared
yard, with hydrant, bake oven ' emote home ; kc. The
house ia in good repair, painted and papered. Situate on
East Lane, Allegheny City‘- Terms easy.
El. CIITHBEIRT & SON,
61 Market street.
13AY STAIE APP A. PA_RlLlisa MA
OBINE.—A VERY OREM , AND SUPERIOR AR.
TIOLE—By Hs° tarns of the crank, the apple is PARED,
CORED and ft.IOED. Fatented, Yoteraber 11th, 1850, and
February 17th,18.57, in Enropo.
For sale in any quantity, at No. 74 Wood drool, Pitts.
burgh. Please call and einunine for yourselves.
jy29 B.4IHUFIL IIAFINESTOOR.
WWI SCO N SIN MONEY—Notes of all W ie
amain Banks, bought by
HENRY IL VOLLLNB. 25 Wood street.
WOOD STREET PROPERTY FOR
SALL—An undivided third part of that valuable
ProPert', situate at the corner bf iiicrth and Wood streets,
laming 126 feet front on Wood by 60 deep on Birth greet.
One-third of the above will to sold for AOOO. One-ball in
hand—balance at one, two and - three yearn.
OUTEBERT k SON,
61 Market' street.
4: •' I • IVI ''4 V:131 • 111
600 boxes. Ifydreldb; greped,ideald . Candles, ' made
expressly for Bummer use, cull:mid extd toeless by
14.7 CL Rd IFY3O.
~UO~ . ~ aaµ ~
lv~l '~~ Y 5.~.
LIAM T.V.YrUllil3l.9 drII)
DiLtl.llß.B IN &LI. HINDS 01
No. 129 WOOD STAMM'
25 bags Pimento;
100 " Gnat Pepper, Just received end tor eale
MILLER A RICKIMON.
re. 4. and 292 Lftertv street.
JAYNES' TEA STORE,
BS Fifth street.
PIANOS AND MUSIC.
THE BALANCE OF MY SPRING STOCK
FROM THE MANUFACTORY 011
CHICKERING & SON'S,
Consisting of SUITEN of their new Seven Octave and
Biz and r Ralf Octave Pianos; have just been received, and
now ready for examination at the warerooraa of the nib
CHICKENING & SONS' PIANO FORTES are not furnished
by !,Item to any other bewail' this city, and all orders must
be directed to the subscribes.
JOHN H. MELLON,
No. 81 Wood street,
Sole Agent for Ohickering k Nom' Pianos,
J 811 for Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania.
114 P /1110 S!
/FULL GRAND PIANOS 1 4 g
PARLOR GRAND PIANOS I!
AND NEW STYLE SQUARE PIANOS,
foom the Mannfactrry of CHECKERING & SONS',
Boeros Just received from the manufactory of Chickeriny
g sons Boston, the following desirable and elegant stock o
their PIANO FORTES :
One Fall seven octave Grand Piano Forte, with superbly
carved case. Price $BOO
One Full seven octave Grand Piano Forte, elegant Bose
wood case. Price VlOO
Ono New Parlor Grand seven octave Piano, neariv equal
in power to a full Grand, and occupying only the
room of an =Haag " square Piano. Price $BOO
DARE PIANOS I
Two fall carved Rosewood, Louis XlVth, seven octaves,
with carved Desk and Feet work.
Two Rosewood seven octave—Olifford style.
Two Rosewood, carved mouldings, seven octave.
Four Rosewood, plain round corners, seven octave.
Three Walnut, plain round front corners, seven octaves.
F our 61 66 64( 31 44
Roar Rosewood "
All of the above are of their NEW SOALE, and with fall
iron frames, and their new Patent Action.
These Instruments have been finished specially for the
sal:cern:sr, and will be warranted to purchasers. For sale
at their reduced prices. JOHN H. MELLOR,
No. 81 Wood street,
Sole Agent for Ohickering & Sons' .
CHARLES W. LEWIS, ALDERMAN,
And Lx.-Ofticio Justice of the Peace,
OFFICE ON THE CORNER OF WYLIE
AND FIFTH STB.RETB.
busincsa connected with this office will be attended to
with promptness. Conveyance's of all kinds done with legal
acchritoy--such as Leeds, Mortgages, Bonds, Powers of At
torney, An. Titles to Real Estate examined.
To the members of the Bar he tenders his services as Com
missioner to take Depositions to be read 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
executing. business of that kind are very desirable. I fe10:13,
TAMES S. HOON, ALDERMAN, EX
OFFICIO JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, AND POLICE
MAGISTRATE-oElas, No. 69 Grant street, nearly oppo-
site the Court House, Pittsburgh, Pa. Depositions, Acknow
ledgments and Probates taken; the Records examined,
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Wills, Leases, Articles of Agree
ment, and of Partnership, Letters of Attorney, etc., oto.,
drawn up at short notice; Marriages Solemnised, and all
business in the line of his official duties, promptly attended
to. p 3,. Office hours, from 7% x. to IP. 11., and from 2
to A P. IC apBly
ARSONS GOING WEST, who desire to
purchase good farming lands, are informed that we
have for sale 632 auras °nand in Boone county, lowa. Also
640 acres of land In Franklin county, will be sold on (may
corms by 8. CUTHBERT & SON,
ul7lb 61 Market stroot.
CIORKS FOR PRESERVE JARS—An im
‘l,l measo otock on hand, at the only OORK MAMMA°
TORY in the city—No. 76 Smithfield otreet.
_ .19 15 13. OVEKINGTON.
DWELLING HOUSE en Third street
for rent. 8. OUTEBERT & SON,
61 Market street.
I'OR REN T—A three story Dwelling House
on Third etreet-4200 per year.
S. OUTEBEBT a SON,
Real Estate Agent& 51 Market ■
23 cases N. Johnston & Bone Medea Claret Wine;
10 " " " St. Julien Claret Wine
60 " 0. 0. St. Juilen Claret Wine, in store and for
sale by MILLI3R & BICREMON,
mylB Nos. 222 and 223 Liberty wort.
VIIEMICAL OLIVE SOAP.-1000 boxes
Chemical Olive Elmira Soap, on hand rnd for sale by
.107 H. O.& J. 11. SAWYER.
BACON. -10 casks Country Bacon Shoul
ders, Sidea and Haim, just received and for ruile by
JAS. A. MIES,
Corner Market and PIM 'Uinta.
NDIUO.-2 oases Manilla Indigo, just re
. ceived and for sale by
xnylB HILLER A RIOKETBON.
DRIED A • PLES.-50 bush. Bright 1 'ad
Apples just received and for sole by
JAB. A. FETZER,
Clorox' Market and Becoed eta.
10 bales Bordeaux Almonds;
2 " Paper Shell "
60 bags Filberts;
30 Cream Nuts;
SO " Pecan
2000 bas. Ground "
6000 Coooa " Just received and for
sale by ltßnt ER g ANDERSON,
No. 89 Wood street,
_ Opposite she St. Charles Hotel.
QTOOKINGS, GLOVES, MITTS, ETC.—
i s , Suitable for the approaching hot season on hand by
Ty' ()arils, Freight Bills,
Circulars, Dray Receipta,
Bill Reads, Labels,
Railroad Receipts, Bills Lading,
With every other description of Job Printing, executed
with promptness and at fair prices.
J. B, WELDIN,
Printer and Ilind,.r,
my.3l Wood street, near Fourth.
1 1 9 ACRES of choice Wad, with good ii
AL provements, near the city, for Salo on easy terms by
B. CUTHBERT tr. BON,
Jelo 61 market street
303 A l7nl C o ll ratn, P
S w of , F '
f d,. near
i iil B. OllTali forsale at O Pcr acr e.
BBItT .4 BON,
61 Market at.
ALLS I BALLS! BALLS I—A large as
; sortnient of root, Solid and Bat Balls, Just received
an for sale, wholesale and retail, at the India Robber
Depot. 2tl and 28 St. Clair street,
244 1 J. 4 H. PHILLIPS.
VANSI FANS! I—Palm Fain by the ewe,
X &see, or single, at Eastern prloas,with other varieties
of Paw Maw, for sale at HORNE'S,
198 77 Market street.
_EMONS.-100 boxes Palermo- Lemons,
ALA Pat received end for ealo by
REVCO & ANDERSON,
N 0.84) Wood street,
skyl7 Opposite St. Charles Hotel.
L A 1 D OIL.
b.) barrels Extra No. 1 Lard Oil;
25 " No. 2 Lard 011, 011 band and for sale,
[rnylBl B. 0. k J. H. SAWYER.
JAVA COFFEE.—Just received a lot of
X/ needs pure Old Government Java Coffee,. Also, La
KELVra and Rio Coffee, at JAYNES' TEA STORE,
eofr 88 man street.
DUKE • BL.A.C.KBEKR ' 1 C . 'BY
I. BRANDY, rm. medicinal p at
BAYNE H R BROWNLHE'B,
ia 6 in the Diamond.
BOOK RE' Made of Mahopny_ and
well Siabed, for sale by W. B.RAVEN,
L.AVrYER'S SEAL PAPERS Various
. ekes and color.] always on hand. at
W. B. HAVEN'S,
Jel4 Comer Idarkat and Second ate.
VRENCE LE t S.-20 just received end
for eels by MIMI & ANDERSON,
i2B No. a& Wood steed.
" AN DRAWING PAF'EII-In 19
for Engravers, for gale by J. B.
turn - 63 fiend *trot sear' VOLTS b
Li UM BANDS, - Pbtt Folios; Desk Pade,
,Bantam Cam, Port Mosties, cosi PocketVll Books, for
aPI 9 Oarner Arszket and,Becond stree T,'
JINNI( SAO • .---3 ]age three b : e
Gamy Facia, now and to mvir k for Bala by
my2o *mei 111 1 00 1 144 r aft/eel.
:8.--500 boxes 840, 942 ana 10 12,
by ( 11 Pa EMMY EL COBLINS.
TIAEST UT'.-s'Um& Italian ) , recei
IV. this day, sad for salo a g in - • ,
, • . Se Moe stmt.
myge „ Opposite at. Muriel Haul
A LDIONDS- 1 2A bides liordeimit ;
JOS. ' • ' bitgo Stiltßatt Shell;
80 . Had
1 bete Piper . '
Jut, reoalTod and Ps gaag ait
'tai /ALL TIDY ar Ta INSIMMON MIL
OOBUIINON ON MONDAY,
Candidates for admission will present themselves at the
University Braiding, , corner of ROM and Diamond streets,
en MONDAY next, at 9 o'clock.
anaLlw W. BAKIMILL, Secretary.
Madame Appollne TetedonVo
URENOH AND ENGLISH BOARDING
AND DAY SONOOI, FOR YOUNG LADIES; 14
Third street, Pittsburgh, Pa. • This School, designed on the
plan of French 'Schools In Frame, and modified as to the
English departments on the plan of;French Schools, - In the
United States, offers to young ladles, beeidee efull English
course, the best opportunity of thoroughly acquiring the
French language and literature, the Principal having re
sided seaters] y>iaH in FrancN and being assisted by Mr.
Tetedou.t, 9 Illative of Faris, and a gra d u ate of the " College
French and Latin will be integral parts of. the course.
The Fine Arts will be 'taught under the superintendence
of Dir.:Tetedatts, a pupil *tun the Conservatory of Parte.
Arrangements have been made for young ladies who, hav
ing family gone through a regular course of studies, still
may wish, to know English literature more thoroughly,
acquire m o re faellity id speaking the'Nench language, and
Improve in the Fine Arts.
School will open on the second Monday of September.
Expenses by the.term of Five Months . :—Board $100; Tu
ition $3O; Vocal Mud° $26; in classes $l6; Piano $25; use
of instrument $6; German and Italian, each $25, in classes
$10; Drawing, in classes $1); Oil, and Water Colors at the.
Professor's price. All ctusi payable in Ildiatteo.
For circulars and, further particulars apply to the
MR. CLEMENT TETRDOUX announces to the publio
that he has taken up his residencein Pittsburgh, and Is now
prepared to &abalone' in Weld Music.
For terms and farther particulars apply to John H. Mel
lor's Music Store, No. SI Wood it. anll:l3wd
MR S. M. H. M Y E' R S'
AA& HOME SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES,
Will re-opon on the FIRST MONDAY of September, at her
residence, No. 249 Penn street. After the first of October,
a limited ndmberof Boarding Scholars will be received into
the family. Arrangements have been made to accoma odate
day boarders, if desired to country patrons. There will be
two sessions a day, from 910 12 and 2 to 4 o'clock. For
terms, circulars, eta, inquire of Church Book Store, fifth
stroet ; J. H. Mellor, or of the Principal. au2dawiii
(. 0 I vr -/;',
iron City Commercial College,
htzdaurgh, Pa.—Chartered, 1866.
300 840DSICTS ATTENDING, JE.NOADV, 1858.
Now the largest and most thorough Oomatercial School
of tho United States. ; •
Younij Mai Prepared for Actual, Duties of the Chanting/ Room.
9 C. SMITH, A. M., Professor of Book• Keeping and
Science of Accounts.
A. T. DOUTHETT, Teacher of Arithmetic and Commercial
J. A. LIEYDRICH and T. C. JENKINS Teachers of Book•
ALEX. COWLEY, and W. A. MILLER, Professors of Pen.
Engle and Double Entry Book-Soaping, as used in every
department of Business. Commercial, Arithmetic. Rapid
Business Writing, Detecting Counterfeit Money, Mercantile
Correspondence, Commercial Law, are taught, and all other
subjects necessary for the success and thorough education
of a practical business man.
Drawn all the premiums In Pittsburgh for the past three
years, also in Eastern and Western Cities, for beet Writing,
Ar' AND NOT 808 INORAVID Wm; "Ea
Students enter at any time—No vacation—Time unlimited
—Review at pleanre—Graduates assisted in obtaining sit
uattotas--Tnition for Pull Commercial Course, sBs—Average
time 8 to 12 weeke—Board, $2,50 per week—dtationery, $0
—.Entire coat, $BO to $7O.
1W Ministers' sons received at bait price.
For Card—Circular—Specimens of Ruttiness and Orna
mental Writing—lnclose two stamps, and address
F. W. JENKINS,
aus Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Q OUTHBE.RT & SON'S OFFICE, No. 51
k.". Market street, for the sale and purchase of Beal
Estate renting houses, attending to insurance and repairs,
obtaining loans on bonds, mortgages, &c,; making convey
suns, deeds, bonds, <to.; writing letters and corresponding
with parties abroad, Jtc. oclB
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
Rarialsos.—Meeere. Hanna, Garreteon dr. Co., Robert
Parka, Req. Jythy
HEAL ESTATE AGENT, NO. 60 WATER STREET,
Has for sale Lands in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Michigan and lowa. He will exchange Lands in Wisconsin,
Ac., for Pittsburgh manufactures, and also for city property.
AU letters of inquiry answered gratis, by addressing me as
PROPERTY FOR SALE OR RENT.
A. GRIST MlLL—Three run of stones and
all the machinery complete, corn and cob cracker,
ka, kn., all in good order, with a dwaWng house, stable and
two lota of ground, situate in South Pittsburgh, and will be
sold on very easy terms by 8, OIITHEINIte k SON,
eli 51 Market street.
LAWRENCE COUNTY BONDS WANT-
In exchange for land.
ap22 B. CUTHBERT h BON, 51 Market at.
ASTEAM MILL in complete running or
der, with dwelling home, etc., near the city, for
sale by 8. CUTHBERT k 8011,
ap24 51 Market street.
iIItiTESTERN LANDS of good quality, for
aale or exchange for Real Estate in the city.
op= S. CIITHBRRT & SON, 61 Marketst.
VAMILY RESIDENCE FOR SALE-A
.1: valuable property of 150 feet front on Covington et.,
lasirenceville, by 100 deep on Washington street to Cherry
alley, Brick Dwelling Howe of 7 rooms well arranged,path
room, porch, well of waterand pump. stable and coal benne,
kitchen range, etc. The rooms are newly painted and pa
pered, shade and fruit trees, grape arbor, great variety o
flowers, etc.; good p ding fence. The above offers a good
opportunity to buy a o anplete and pleasant residence.
Price low, and terms accommodating.
B. CUTHBERT & BON,
Real Estate and General Agents,
jolt 51 Market street.
THE SIZE of the cheap Building Lots
for sale by S. CUTHBERT & BON is 80 by 100 feet.
Location—Near the railroad station, East Liberty.
Price—From $276 to $4OO each.
Terms—Ono63urth in hand; remainder at six years credit.
The Plan can be seen at the Real Estate Office, 61 Market
DEAR, IT IN MIND, that the East Lib
erty Lote are offered at such prices,
and on such easy
terms, as to make a home easily to bo obtained.
Bear it in mind, that they front on wide streets, are of
easy access by railroad, and are very desirable locations fur
Bear it in mind, that the plan of the lots Is to be seen at
)ell 61 MARK= BlatliET.
VOR SALE.- SEVENTY THOUSAND
ACRES of cholze Prairie and Timber Land, situated
In Northern lowa and Southern Minnesota, embracing the
Sliest lot of farming lands ever offered in this market, as
they are located conveniently to Mlle. Towne and lines of
Railroad. Pamphleto containing information of value to
emigrants and cstaloguea giving location, description and
price of the land, with a brief description of the counties in
which they are located, can be had on application at our
office, and they will be sent free by mail to persons sending
us their address. WILLIAM . FRA2IER & CO.,
my:ELI! Jones' Building, No. 67 Fourth street.
MEN DOLLARS IN HAND, will secure a
Building Lot of 25x100 feet on Mt. Washington.—
Price, $lOO-410 in baud, remainder to snit purchaser.
so, a Lot of W:100 feet for $250—525 In band, balance in
pay 623 ments to suit purchaser. OMR - 13B= it BON,
J 5l Market street.
1 2 ACRES of Land and a comfortable
time, eitnate near the Washington Turnpike, at
about 8 mike from Jones' }ferry, will be sold on easy terms.
Immediate possession. S. OUTHilliaT .4 SON,
Je23 61 Market street.
A LOT OF GROUND in East Liberty, near
AICL the Railroad station HO by 100 feet will be sold for
$216, oneloarth In hand, remainder at six years' credit.
S. CUTHBERT & BON.
my 29 61 Market street.
NoTro - E - . —The Co-Partnership of BAGA
LEY, COBGICA.VE £ CO. expired by limitation, on
the drat instant. The hi:mines; will be a ntinned by W.
BAGALEIY, at 18 and 20 Wood street, who will settle up the
bnainess of the late firm. W. BAGUET
JOHN 8. (1086 RAVE.
Pittsburgh, July 22d,1858.,--1313.11
}SEW FABRICS IN DRESS GOODS.—
A. A. A. MASON a CO., Aare., NO. 26 Fifth Street,
Are now opening rieb
And a splendid selection of SPRING BRAWLS. (apl
QEED SWEET POTATOES.L4S barrels
Seed Sweet Potatoes for sale cheap to close consign
meat by JAS. A. 1/73Tzera, •
423 Oar= Market and 'Bird streets.
(lOMPOUND SYRUPS OF PHOSPitATES,
OR OKEMIOAL FOOD—his preparation is not in
tended ea a popular mutely, but is respectfully submitted
to the Medical Faculty as a nutritive tonio; Well salted to
supply M• the waste of elemen tary matter during 'the progress
of conle am; particularli c Wspepsia and Oonsurup.
lion. This preparation is ' t to the eye, agreetiblato
the taste, and greattal to stomecb,, end does not Ban&
este by protracted 'use. Bold wholesale and retell
Itaii Witte; 0211 smA skeet.
N°- 65 FIFTH STREET.-
DURABLE, FIRE AND WATER PROOF
(Recently Agent for H. M. Warren & C 0.,)
MANUFAi'IIIBEII AND DEALER
W 11p±: 't4 PELT, OE .11.,E
SATURATED CANVAS ROOFING,
„011BIGE, No. 6v FIFTH STREET, opposite Odd Fel
lows Hall, Plttsburet, Ye. dye
Summer Lager Beer.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO
inform his friendif and the public in general, that he
is in the daily receipt bf this dellcioneßeer, from the well
known Brewery of .L N. Straub, Allegheny City, It having
t;iien pronounced to be the beet that was manufactured hero
for Many years, CLEAR, TABTLIFUL and PUBIC. Give me
a call and try It. : JOIIN ROTE,
ep24:tf At his old stand, No. 20 Diamond.
AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES,
Always on band, andlor sale at
iffA CARD FROM DR. JAMES M. JAR
RETT, OA' THE NEW YORK LUNG' INFIRM
'ABY.—My connection for the past eight years with the
above Institution, is Chief Physician, and a twelve peen'
seurse of steady devotion to the Cure of Pulmonary Con
ottniptleu and its kindred diseases, together with my un..
rivalled opportunities end advantage of pathological research
—aided not a little by. a perfect system of Nedicai /shale
tienr--has euabled me o sarive at a deuisive, direct and sue
oimfal course of treatment for the positive and radical once
of all di eases of the Throat, Lungs, and etir•Pattages. By
Inhalation, the vapor and curative properties of medicine.
are directly aciressed to the diseased organs and the integu
ment. Ido not advisti the use of Medical Inhalation of any
kind, to the exclusion Of generctl treatment; and although I
consider it a useful adjuvant in the proper management of
those fearful and ofteniffital cliseams, yet I deem it very ne
cessary that each patient should hare the benefit of both
generalaind locattreettnent. :TEE:Mimosa of; my'treUtment
in the above dieeities ' dna the higlichtiiidei of the Tiastitn
tion over whild I s laave so leng r had the honor. to preside,tire
tee well known to nevi any =enlogy.'br comment from- me.
At the solicitation of Many private and professional friends,
through whose philanthropic aid the above charity has been
lung and liberally bupPorted, and after due consideration, I
have concluded to"maini' such arrangements &S will bring
the benefits of my experiments and treatment within the
reach of all, and nut confine myself, as heretofore, to those
only who entered the Tufts:Lary, or who were able to visit
me at my office. Hoping therefore that the arrangement
will give entire satisfaction, both to my professional breth
ren and the public, I Would respectfully announce in con
chasten, that lean now be consulted personally or by leUer,on
all diseases as above, and that the medicines, the came as
need in the Institution, prepared to suit eaeh individual
Ca-99. Inhaling Vapors,' Medical In itialers, dn., dv., will be
forwarded by express to au; part of the United States or
the .7anetlas. 1111153—My terms i f treatment by letter are
as follows, vie: $1.2 pet mouth for each petit nt which will
include medicine etiffisient for one month's nee; also, In
haling Vapor, and an Inhaling Apparatus. Pt ;anent as fol
lows: $6 to be paid to Express Agent on rece :it. of the box
of Medicine. and ate balance $6 at the expiration of, the
month, if the patient be cured or is entirely satisfied with
the treatment. Patients, by giving a full history of their
case, and their symptoms In full, can bo treated as well by
letter as by pArsonal examination. Patients avabing them
selves of Dr. Jarrett's treatment may rely upon immediate
an I permanent retie& as-he seldom has to trest a case over
thirty days. Letters for advice promptly answered. For
further particulars, addrees
4 vilf.B Mt JAltillaT, M. D..
No. 820 Broadway, cor. Twelfth St., N. Y.
P.B.—Physicians and others visiting the city ere re
spectfully invited to call at the Infirmary, where many
interesting cases can be witnessed, and where our ins .
proved apparatus for the inhalation of medicated vapor
can be seen and inspected. . 9y30:6m .9
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE CONSTANT.
LY on hand a complota stock of
MILITA' r RY GOODS
00tidlarMti w P.+. 02
vpljo.ls*.3lo4o.o . l , ,ilf7ltltli* , ..itiri:E%O.l , l.l'44iiffe4o/1
BILK AND BUNTING, FLAGS MADE TO ORDER
.1110. 13.1 WkreiDDEIN et , SOES.
JAMES MILLI GAR, MONONGAHELA
PLANING MILL, would resiiketfally inform tho public
Chat be has rebuilt since the fire, and having enlarged LIM
establiehmetit, and filled; it with the newest and most ep•
proved manhinery,ls now/ prepared to furnish flooring and
planed boards, ecrowl sawing and rosawing, doors, sash and
shutters, kiln dried, frames, mouldings, box making, do.
South Pittsburgh, September 7,1857. [Bele
GENTS' STIOES'AND GMTERS
0 U 1 , 1 A r
No. 17 FIFTH hT
OHILDEtENS' 13130 M;
INDIA RUBBER: CURRY COMBS.—The
best article In use, just received at the India !tubber
Depot, 28 and 28 81. Clair street.
OIL CLOTH CRASH-1500 yards of vari
01111pattorrus and widths, Jut meelved from The fac
tory, for sato wholFato or 4retall, by
3. t; IL I'HILLIPK,
2t and 2R et. eh* crr.t+ock
GLASS. --300 boxes assorted sizes Window
Glass, good country brand, tu salo t,y.
utyti 131AIJRIT FL COt.r.r.re.
PR002118.-50 doz. rood and for sale by
1,1 alga 11.EINItY H. COLLII4B,.
- - -
..-500 pac:;• gag hite ish, " 2 H on,
and Trott, for sale by (my 27) a a coLLms.
LINO. D. M'OREARY'S COL'D PRINTING
ep IN B—Sold by =24] J. R. WELDIN.
C"N.—I() baga )3helled Corn received and
for sale by ria3l HENRY fL COLLINea
pOUNTRY BACON.-1000 lbs. Country
Bacon, Hama, dhonldem and Sidea,tecelved and for
e by JAB. A. VETZIM,
rsayl:l ; Comm. tilarte , t and Vint air
OH OK BOOKS—On all the Bunke and
Brotern at Vl. S. RAVEN,
mr24 Printer a:al Stationer.
LLUM COPYING BOOKS—For sale b
1019 J. R. WELDI.N.
COOPERS WANTED-2 Good Coopers
Wanted to work on tight work—good wages given —•
and constant employment. Inquire of
JAR. A FETZER,
Corner Market and First streets
n RIED APPLES-50 bushels Dried Ap
ia,. plea, jag received and for sale by
Corner Wood and Water Fared&
IDAINTING AND PLASTERING, wanted
in exchange for two lota of ground.
S. CITNEBERT k PON, 61 Market at.
WRAPPING ,PA PElt---3000 reams asst
Edzeg sag-Wrapping, agnporior article, for sale b.O
. J. S WELDIN.
MOITNT WASHINGTON.—For Sale—A
'..comfortable two story frame dwelling house of four
rooms,. with i a large lot of ground, fruit and shade trees,
flowers, &c., 6 good cistern, with pump, in.the kitchen, Sm.,
Palling fence, situate-on Sycamore street. Mount Washing
ton. S. CUTHBERT & SON,
leB 61 Market street.
IMPORTANT TO BUYERS.—We have
;flow placed upon the counter a lot of SOILED GAIT
ERS an SHOES, which we offer CHEAP Call and exam
ine there- .1111 knot summer wear se lling at the mu t
reasonable prices. Misses' Gaiters, black and colored, wlh
and 'without: heels, low. Children's Fancy Shoes. of the
newest style‘ , We hate still a few hen's Patent Leather
aniteis left, now selling at greatly rednoed prices.
' ; • ; • I. DIPPENBACIIER, &
rr Inret) strett, near Market
1011 YE FLOTTE;-L2O bbls. fro* . ground
-,11,3141 . 116tir fustavioived and for sate ) ,; ,1 ;
JAS. A. FETZER, ,
Corner Market and First aft,.
DRE - LIQUORS.—A largo supply of
Wham and LiporN stri WY Pure for MN/1 VIM ) Seg-
Moe ifiahtng an article, that can be relied on for purity„
&clad call, and, =Watt .ray StiCke_ 10? c.,;
coe Clatnex Mutat street an 4 Idantand,
R 0 OF S,
77 Mulret street
95 MARKET STREET
J. B H. PHILLIPS