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The Pee.Oe's Sikoe Store.
D. S. DIEFFENBACIIER &CO',
Cheap Cash Borders in all kinds of Fashionable
BOOTS, SHOES IND GAITERS,
For Gentlemen, Ladles, Youths and Children,
240. 17 Fifth Street, near Market,
0c.3 PITT3BITI GIL PA.
..... , N3,i. JOIGTBON
PERRIN x JOHNSON,
• Proprietors of CliOds Co.'s
Patent Elaztle Fire and Water Proof
Cement nOOl/32 g.
133 TULIP STREET.
fIRDERS for ROOFING promptly and faith
fully fixontod, and all our work warranted.
Loafing, material always on hand, and for eats, with di
's•o:iloiss for use.
JOS. F. HAZILILTOU N. CO"
ENGINEERS kNIED DIACHINISTS,
Corr.er of Fi rst and Lib:7ly dreda, Flan :7 ph, Pa.
GUPERI.OR STEAM ENGINES for Grist
and Saw Mill?, Breweries Printing Establislinients,
Manufactories, ft., made to order. They also continua the
manufacture of 'their Celebrated Machinists' Tools, such as
Itraing Lathes, Iron Planers, Baring and Drilling Machines,
kr— Also, Wrought Iron Shafting, with Palleys, Ilan,gers.
SOHN THOMPSON & CO.,
(.41.9.LNEJD1, 1 N 0.135 Third street. PIGN PAINT.
IND esecuted with neatness and de4patch. Mixed Paints,
Oils, Turpentine Varnish, Japan and English Patent Dry
ers, Villelloutaigne Zinck, a very superior article; Phila
delphia and Pittsburgh Whitehead always on hand and fur
sale. Ware prepared to grind colors for Painters, Drug
gists, or others, at the ,ehortest no•jca, as we have a Mill
which grinds by steam Pastors will Imre money by get
ting their colors ground. with us. lairfuly
GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES,
or weighing spirits, the cheapest and best articles °Tor
Dr. right to this city.
THEII3IO3IIiTEMS AND BABO3IETER6,
varying in pricefrom $6 to $3O each.
traps un hand at G. E. 81.1A14 0 8,
13.acti,;a2 Optician, 58 POI' tercet.
oppoaits BlaP.onia Hall.
B. C. J. EL SAWICER,
AND ROSIN SOAPS
No. 47 Wood etrest, Pittsburgh, P.
TISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.-
The firm of HAWORTH BRO. a BROWNLEE was,
ou the 31 of Slay, 1858, dissolved by mutual consent, by the
withdi . .i..val of JElltl HAWORTH. frOm We above tirra.
The ace:mite of the late firm will be s:ttled by HAWORTH
JEHU ILA.WORTH, in withdrairing from the above
firm, Lindly thanks his former patrons and also the patrons
of the late firm, for the very liberal patronage he has '-
calved, and would kindly recommend them to his successors,
new°Tra a BROWNLEE, a* they are determined to eell
at low tignres, having a very large assortment of CHEAP
GROCERIES WLNIid and LIQUORS on hand.
.lam DAVID HAWORTH and JAILES BROWNLEE
have this day associated together, and will continue on the
bairlacv at the OLD STAND, corner of Diamand and Ms
mond alley, under the style of lIAWORTH & BROWNLEE,
where they hone to receive that patronage so liberall given
to the old firm, as they are determined to sell CHEAPER
thanlly other Store in the city. 13
Office of Sealer of Weights and
rpm , : OFFICE OF THE UNDERSIGNED,
SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND JausiTßEs,
/lay be funud nencefarth, in Cherry alley, betsben Third
and Your:h streetl, where orders may be left.
torlaltf CHARLES BAIIINTErr.
S. HAVEN'S Elastic Steel Pens just
a rceoirod, and for sale at the Stationery Store,
Noa. 31. 33 and 35 Market street.
ITHE FRANKLIN ALMANAC FOR 1859.
—Thiswell-known and popular annual, formerly pub
tidied by Johnston & Stockton, after a lapse of years, will
again shortly be leaned. The Cirunialicm‘ as formerly will
tA/ made by tie mathematician, Sanford 0. Hill,
Esq., who will also prepare for its pages such reading mat
ter as wilt make it an entertaining and instructive maga
'tine. Besides the reliable astronomical calculations, a new
and ingenious table of time, an accurate method of drawing
' aerldien Dual, and other matters of perinanent value will
Orders of booksellers and other dealers are solicited in
adiance of publication, as but one edition will be printed,
and orders will be filled according to priority.
a. JOHNSTON & 00.,
rablh•hers, 'Printers, Stationers, and blank Dook Makers,
57 Wood street, Dittsburgh. ' .1872
VLOUR.-40 bble. choice euporfau3 for sale
by - JAB. A. FETZER, —
Cornor klatket and Hirst it'.
NIONS.-10 bbl 3. ea. for -b ons v
afew a, await,
S C 0
.3, per •
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PITgLISHED DAILY BY JAMES P. BARR, AT THE "POST BUILDINGS," CORNER OP WOOD AND FIFTH STREETS; AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM:
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
FARMER'S UNION INSURANCE COMPANY,
At ATHENS, BRADFORD COUNTY, PA., Jan. 1, 1858, as
presented to Stackho:ders, and made out in compliance
with the State Laws of Now York, Ohio, Indlatia,llllnois?do.
The name of the Company is the FARMERS' UNION IN
SURANCE COMPANY, located at Athena, Fa. Chartered
April 13,1853, by the Legl3latnn , of Pennsylvania. Charter
Candi Capital, is all paid up 4 200,000 00
Surplus in addition thereto 03,485 51
Fifiy-four Bah& and Mortgages, at
six and 6011073 cent. interest,
amounting in the aggregate t0...5152,315
Which mortgages are or valua
ble and productive real estate,
principally farms, recorded and
drat liens, worth generally double
the amount and more than mart
gogrid fur in each case, and in no
case less than eifty cR cent. more,
exclusive of farm buildings, and
en certified by the Recordere,
whine recorded, to the arid tors
the States of Ohio and Illinois.
Nineteen six t cent. Beads amply
secured. 47,665 00
Cash on hand anti in Bank 0449 12
Cash in hands of Agents, and in
coarse of transmissior, secured
by bonds with sureties 18,761
Due on lasses re-insured, A•c 7,336 51
rills receivable, via: promissoly
totes payable at bank and to the
company..... 8,246 S 2
Interest accrued, (principally due
January 1,1858,)_ ............ 1 19 46
Safe and office Fixtures and Frani
turo 600 00
$ 253,485 61
ritOolia nit TEA YE-tr. 1857
Amount of Premiums received during the
year.... $ 85,231 33
Ain't interest received during Lila year 11442 05
Am't received from all other sonrcns 2,480 00
espouses for the year, including
commissiens, salaries, rents, rein
surance, printing, c.dvertieing,
taxes, end all other expenses $ 19,100 66
Dividends paid during the year 17,000 U 0
Losses paid, which occurred prior
to December 31,18b6
Losses pain which occurred during
the year .16,961 54
Losses a.dJusted and not due (since
paid) $ 12,500 ( 39
Losses incurred and in process of
Losses reported, on 1 , 7111Cil no action
has boon taken
Losses restated, on ground of insur
ance lifter fire, prererty transfer
red before loss, property log: not
covered by the Policy, kc..
$ :39,407 99
Whole amon tof risks talon during the yeer..55,449,862 00
Whole amount of riat at data. 4,861,440 00
1 - ,TA.7E Or PEZCSSYLVANIA, COUNT? Or BRAD t'9121.D.,
C. N. Shipman, President. abd J. E. Canfield, Secretary of
the Farmers'. :Mon Insurance Company, being severally
1&y sworn, depose and bay, , Ind each for Itiself soya, that
the foregoing i 5 a .true, fall and correct statement of the
affairs of said corporation, and that thy aro the above de.
scribed o6`cora thereof. C. N. President.
J: E CANFIELD, Secretary.
Subn - ribeti 'tad h.r.C.re tut', this 25th day of Jann
ary, I;t5S, ii. O. BA.1.111), Justice of the. ruse°.
T. J. lIIINTF;'., A gent,
Wat , r stro..t, Pittsburgh.
I ttE ITN
Eleilv..tile.*, Mutual ffusurance Co.
ON BUILDINGS, LIMITED OR PERPETUAL, PIERORAN-
DISE, FURNITURE, LO., IN TOWN Olt CloUN'fliF.
Otn.cc, 15:0. 300 Walnut street.
CAPITAL, G i 77,920 6.SSIsT3, 091055,495 89.
Invoated 'as follows, via :
First Itlortgage on Improved City Property, worth
doable tne amount $120,200 00
Pennsylvania Railroad Co.'s 6 per cent. Mortgage
Loan, i!,..10,000 cost 25,500 00
Allegheny County 6 per cent. Penn 'a R.B. Loan. 10.000 (X)
Pennsylvania Railroad Co.'s fin.)ck 4,000 00
Stock of the Reliance Mutual Insurance ..... 19,100 ix)
St, , k of County Piro Insurance G 0... ........... 1.050 CO
Scrip of Sundry Insurance Companies 476 00
Bills Rcesicalle, business paper 52,711 6U
Book Accounts, accrued Faeroe:, etc 3,336 10
Cash on hand and In Bank 10,013 20
V. 152,465 BJ
CLEM TINGLEY, Presithlit.
Clem Tingley, I Samuel Iliapham,
William R. Thompson, ' Robert Steen,
David S. Brown, William Musser,
Cornelina Stevenson, Benjamin W. Tingley,
John R. Worrell, Mothball UM,
H. L. Carson, Z. Lothrop,
Robert Tolaud, ! C1,1,1e, 1,19.1,11,
1 - ,1c.0...es Johnson, } .; ocz.b 1. 8unt , ....g,
Charles S. Wei, j emith }s ,wee,
James S. Woodward , l Wm. M. Semple, Pitt,b'g
rai 3 B. M. II11 , .:011MAN, Secretary.
J. 0 ARDEN E.. COFFIN, Agent,
mr3 Nc.rth-east corner Third and Wood ctreata.
Of Plat la.deßrylg
wm. V. PE17.11, fralidfro 8..1. 1 , 1 'CAN N,3.,cretary.
Amount of Capital stock pai.i and n,5 d 00
• $2.C.3,.1'13 St,
Inrarcs Cargo lists on the Ohio an:, Rivers and
tributaries. liasur.: against loss er Plre,
Also, against the Perils of th - ., r•: ,, 11 and lalaral
Navigation -.Lc! Trautporzit:on.
Wm. V. Fet.ti.t, J. C. romr-Y
D. J. rdoCamn, E. P. Viritm,r, Onition,
B. L. WuoLv..on, Job.n . Chas. .13 Wright,
John J. P.httore.c.a, Z.1,1 - .T.AI T.
WILLII'3I V. I
D. J. LIeCANN,
In .Phi 'Lade/pi - de': I,e 17n.a..1,11.,rtie:
Seiger, Lamb et C.J., I Urlanut.s. Juofice is Co.,
Truitt, Bro. A Co.,l:eels, Morgan is Sthifolo,
A. T. Lane A Co., VQouo.7,CaLiscell is Co.
PITTSBURGH On'ICP,, Nip. a 7 W A I e.,E. STRIIET.
ap9 IL I,v. rouibe.:CUM, Agent.,
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
LOOK HAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY.
CIWITEBED BY THE LEGIBIATITRI: O. PENNSYLVANIA!.
Cush Capital.. 4.300,1300 I Premium Nay../—5132,313.
Films COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
Merrh , oulieo, Farnitnro, itc., In town or
11,•u. J I ko. J . Pearce, G. C. Harvey, !Charles A. Maier,
John B. Dail,Charloc Crist, Voter Dickinson,
T. T. Abrams, D IJackman, NV. White,
LION. G. C. lIAItVEY, Presidont.
T. T. AnaLeiß, Vice Procident.
. . _
Samuel 11. Lloyd, I Dr. J. 8. Crawford,
A. A. Winegardner, John W. Maynard, A. UpdegratT,
L. A. Mackey, Lion. 8. Cameron, James Armstrong,
A. White, TllO3. Bowman ILD, William FO£ooll,
James Quigglo Wm. Vanderbeit, lion. Win. Bigler,
OFFICEr--kO. PIFTII STILLLT, PiTTEMLIWIEL
&2l:tf J. A. LIPPERT, Agent.
HP, FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
Dma=aB---Charles W. Ilaactor, Thomas ilart, Tobias
Wagner, Bamnel Grant, Jacob R. Smith, Geo. W. Richards, Aforde,ati I). L 0151 92 Adolph) E. Doric, David 8. Brow:1;Mo: - .
ria Patterson. ClL't. N. klallolum, Pra.dclent.
• CMS. G. lisitcras, Secretary.
Oontinue to make inennuace, porpetr.al or limited, on °Tory
description of property, in town and country, at rates as low
tut are corer:owl:lt with security.
The Company have reserved a large Contingent ?cod,
.:hlcll,wi,th their capital and prenihams,eaftly invested, of t
ford r.rapla protection to the =mire.
Th , Ace - eta of the Company, on 3antary let, 1381, as paia
agrambly to an Act of Assembly, were as follows, viz:
RealEsta tee 84,877 78
Temporary Loans- 83,986 17
Stocks a 61,889 01
Gash, 84,846 81
Total $1,212,70 44 7: 7 1
Since their luoGrpxatioo, a period of twenty-one yearn,
they have paid upward of One Million Four Hundred Thou•
sand Dollare,i °oral by tiro, thereby affording evidence of the
advantages of ineuraoo,, as Wvii ae the ability and dieposition
to meet with proroptn,s all
r. tiAIi)JNhK COFF/No Agent,
noli °rano_ Lorth-o7zt cor. Winki and Third eta.
WESTERN iNSURANCie, COMPANY
ON PITTSSO no ii.
GEORGE 11 aitSiE., revident:
li. M. GORDON, Secretary.
0771C3 No. 02 Water street, (Spang a Go's Warehouse,) up
Will insure against ailldndaoi ..L.F. au, zialtlNß RIESS.
A Home Institution, managed by in,..,:t,r• who are well
known in the community, and who are dcbumined, by
promptnem and liberality, to maintain the a haracter which
they have assumed, as offering the beet protecticu to those
who desire to be insured.
• - ASSETS, OCTOBER 31st, 1.867.
Stock Acconnts,....... 5121400 00
biortgager---- 2,160 00
Ms Receivable, . . 4,161 67
Office nurniture,. 240 00
Open Atuu-'-wits, 14,8 9,47
cash,— ..... .....
Premium Noter,-... • -, 40,248 59
Bills Discounted, 15,00"8
George Damle, IL Hiller, Jr.,
J. W. Butler, George W. Jackson,
James :leAuley, Alex. Speei,
Andrew Ackley, , Win. Knight,
liath.rid Hama, Alexander !Hulick,
D. M. Long, Wni. 11. Smith,
C.W. Einketson. Y. M. GORDON.
la A:0 Oki --3000 lba Comity ikwai, for aide
ALF II giO29 NN3 a, lam Age; -
LIFE. FIRE AND MARINE
NO. 96 WATER STREET,
ROBERT GALWAY, President.
ALEX. BRADLIM, Vice President.
F. A. Itormitx .Secretary.
`This Company makes exeryinsurance appertaining to
or oonnected with LIFE RISKS.
Alt*, against HEIL AND OAILGO RISKS on the Ohio
and Mississippi Rivers and tributaries, and MARINE MKS
Aid against Lots and Damage by Flro, and agalne.l. ti i
Perils of the Bea and Inland Navigation and Trausportmion.
Patin; issnod at the lowast tater emmintent with natAy to
CITIZENS' INSURANCE COMPANY
WILLIAM BMIALEY, President.
SAMUEL L. MARSHELL, Secretary.
OFFICE: 04 Water street, between Jim-krt. and Wood tireeta
="'• Insures HULL AN]) CARGO ItISRS, on the Ohio
and Misaissippi Rivers and tribatarics.
Ins area against Loss or Damage by FIRM
Also, against the Perils of fee Pea and inland Navigation
William Ragaloy, Capt. Mark Starling,
Samuel Rea, Samuel M. Kier,
James M. Cooper, John 8. Dilworth,
James Park, Jr., Francis Sellers
Imtko M. Pennock, William B. 1:14s.
SPringer Elarbaugh, John Shipton,
Capt. Samuel 0. Young, Walter Bryant,
John Caldwell. ja22
PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE
Pio. 149 Chem:tut Street,
Oppllsite the Custom ilolll3o.
WILL MAKE ALL KINDS OF INSU
RANCE, either Perpetual or Limited, on every
deecription of Property or Merchandise, et reasonable rates
ROBERT P. KIW, President.
M. W. BALDWIN, Vice President.
Charlea Hayes, E. R. Cope,
E. B. English, Ueorge W. Brown,
I'. B. Favery, Joseph E. Paul,
C. Sherman, John Clayton,
S. J. Slagargeo, E. Wilor.
V. BLACKIIIJENZ, Secr.3tary.
J. G. COFFIN, Agent,
o::Wpir Third and Wood atreeta.
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS.
BLA IRS V ILL R , INDIANA COUNTY, PA.,
COL. ROBT. EVANS, Proprietor,
-HAVING PURCHASED THIS HOUSE,
from its former well-known Proprietor, B. D Mar
tier, Vag , and refitted it, I am now prepared to receive and
accommodate viaitora. Tao rooms ate large and airy, and
well furnished. A good table Always provided.
In connection with the Ituna,, the! (Ilea a good 1 ivory
: - ;table. Terms moderate. COL It. EVANFI,
u Pro. IIi WOOD ,S.re.ei.,"
LYAKE AND EAS ERN - FISH SOP
Wholesale and Retail, et t I..rest cash priers.
Large !supplies of Melons. reaches, end Sweet Potatoes
received daily. Also, Now Yore Prince's flay Egg ifatbor,
Shell Oysters, the finest ever bronght to this city. Every
delicacy of the season constantly ou hand, and served upin
the most palateble style. Don't forgot the Excelsior Res
taurant, ho.lll Wood street. sr
WILLIAM C. GALLAGHER,
The house. la new, built especially I.lr the por;wsei of a
First Chase Restaurant and Saloon, and the proprietor hav
ing had many years exp.)rience in the business will keep
oonstantiv on hand the best that the markets afford. His
Vitro's, Liquors and Alas, ar., of the Coat quality. He wants
all his old triends and the public generally to give him a
call at the Sytr.posium.
SCOI7 HO tYSE,
i Corner Irwin Street and Duquesne Way,
B. D. MARKER, - - - PROPRIETOR,
(Formerly of the "Marker Ilorne," Blairsville, Pa.)
THE SCOTT HOUSE IS NOW COM
PLETED AND OPEN FOR GUESTS. It Is situated
in a central part of the city, being convenient to all Railroad
Depots and Steamboat Landings.
The House was built in ISA, with all modern improve
ments, and fitted up in splendid style—the entire Furniture
being now—aud will in every respect be a first class Hotel.
Fine STAISLES uro attached to the promises.
The attention of Merchants
and others is directed to this s,
establishment, which has been recently fitted
up for the purpose of affording a SUBSTAN
TIAL EATLNO HOUSE LN A CENTRAL LOCATION]
Coons- folks attending market arc particularly invited to
:411. I.;;verything pertaining to Le EATING SALOON will
Siways be found, of the freshest the market affords.
THE NATIONAL SALOON ,
Under costar's blew Pi ational Theatre,
D. BARNARD, - - - PROPRIETOR,
HAS FITTED UP IN A TASTEFUL
and comfortable style, the large centre store in the
ollu FELLOWS LULL, Fifth street, as a FIRST CLASS
RESTAURANT and SALOIN. Raving had many years'
experience in the business, he is prepared to supply the beat
the market affords. his Bar will be tarnished at all times
with the best Wines, Liquors and Ales The entrance to
the Saloon, is In the centre of the Bail, and refreshments
Kill be furnished at all times, BAY and NIGhT (Sundays
COR. PENN'A AVENUE.* THIRD ST.,
WASIIINGTON, D. O.
A. F. BEVERIDGE PB.OPILLETRE 13 B.
H. W. KA.NAGA.:
o S T E L 9
Oppoelta the Ponies. Railroad Depot,
HARRISBURG, PA. 1/015
JAMS SHANNON, Proprietor
Tu"IIOUSE IS LOCATED ON THE
corner of PENN and WASHINGTON Streets, between
the GENTRAL AND WESTERN RAILROAD DEPOTS, and
-taj undergone a tlmreuei improvement, remodeled and
fariaished with now furniture, and fa now the most conve•
nient Hotel in Pittsburgh, for Travelers by Railroad, East
or West. myB:ly
MANSION HOUSE, GEORGE AURENTZ
P&OPRIIT011. No. 844 Liberty street, Just beside the
Passenger Depot of the Pennsylvania Railroad, which makes
it the.most convenient house in the city for passengers err!.
ring by that road.
LiTho proprietor having, at considerable erponso, fitted up,
lu excellent style, the AtAINSION ]]OUSE:, would respect
fully solicit a share of public patronage. Thorn is attached
a splendid STABLE and extensive WAGON YARD, afford.
hag ample accommodation to travelers and teamsters. Ms
Larder and Bar will be furnished with the beat the market
can afford. fehlry
Corner of Fourth and Smithfield Streets,
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT
he has received he Spring Assortment of
PITTSBURGH, MONDAY, SEPTEMBEE, 13 1858
I ob 3rt Galway, Be.muol M'Clarkan,
3.330ph P. Gazzam, M. D., John Bcott,
James Marshall, David Rlchay,
;1.11309 W. Hallman, °harks Arbuthnot,
Glozander Bradley, Joseph 8. Leech,
John Fullerton, N. F. Har
David 11. Ohaml3ors, nobort li. t irtutley,
William Cam Jan.' Magill. cab
Fifth Street, ,Vext Door to thzllst...lgh Thtatre
CORN 15 CO PI AF: RESTAURANT.
BY ELI YOUNG, FIFTH STRSZT.
FORbIERLY U. 8. HOTEL,
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS,
Of the newest styles, beat quality and most elegant deacrip•
Lions, which he is prepared to manufacture to order in the
And with such a character of workmanship, es cannot fail
to satisfy and please the moat fastidious tastes, imyl9
Lippincott, Shorten & Parson,
NO. lel WOOD STRIA, NEAR BDiTH.
MANUFACTURERS OF TRUNKS, Va,
lices, Est and Bonnet Boxes, Ladles Traveling
Trnuks, Carpet Bags, /cc., keep constantly im hand a large
stock: We are prepared to do a wholesale trade, and hay
ing facilities to turn out good stock at reduced prices, we
Ironld , 1111413 the trade to con and examine our goods be.
'WINDSOR SHADES.—GoId bordered,
Tv_ plain and fancy. Also, shade Trimmings, tr.c.,
always on hand at and for salo cheap by
'lB and '2B Bt. Olair street.
liC/11L AND QOM BOTION BOOKS-A
AN large amortment always on hand, or made to order.
W. S. HAVEN,
Corner Market and Second streets.
A FARM 0f.238 aores, near Economy, for
sale by CUZIOW 4 BON,
ROBERT A. LOOMIS,
(suoooggor to D. T. C. Morgan,)
No. 41 Fifth street; Pittsburgh, Pn.
THE undersigned have entered into, Co-
Partnership, under the style of Win. C. Johnston k Co.
wail% R. JOHNSTON, JR.,
WILLIAM 0. JOHNSTON:
Pittsburgh, SepternlxT 1,1857.
S. IL JOIMBTOR 711 Wsf. n. I , ,UNFTON
o. JOHNSTON .ftf. CO.,
k) TATIONBRS, Blank Book Manuta
and .1011 PRINTE.II. 4 ., No. 57 Wood strt.c . ,
Third and Fourth, Pittabulgb, Pa-
TOBACCO AND SEGA p S.
VAT tt I). RINEHART,
IgTHY WILL YOU BURN CAMPIIENE
AND BLND, When you ca , , get a cheaper and but
ter light. Pure Kerosene Oil, made from the gee of Cannel
Coal, produces the cheapest, most brilliant, steady, pleasant
end safe portable light ever offered to the public, and be
d9Egel: o„ explosion; more brilliant than gas; and quite as
cheap; Lamps of the most simple and easily managed con
struction. For sale by T. D. k. G. LiODKINSON,
No. 79 Smithfield street..
tgk,. Beware of a corinter'i-it alre,il3 in the market, made
from Comphone, with a litit C.,al , i 1 to ovmt It. if,d7:ly
COOKING BY GAS.
A WORD TO LADIES.
rririE HEATED TERM 'IS APPROACH
ING, and we call the attention of the Ladice to the
COOKING, IRONING, ETC.,
Can bo done with oconnaiy, without oporessive heat, with
out soot, and with despatch—the 11ra baie6 etwaye reaiy
a umiak:Lit—by nail:kg
To which wo reipeotfully invite your attention, at No. T 6
Bruithfleld street. 8. A. JOHNeON Er BRO.
The, mast plezeant, Gifu hll tT canl l4.er.x Rewody now
Prepared and sold, wholes 41. end re - ', by
ANGELL & :TAFT,
00r. Wood and Si v.th sta., Pithiburgh, Pa ,
And sold br Idscesbrt:. t. , anladl.Y. la:31
QT. CHARLES LIVERY STABLES.—
NJ The undersigned Las bought the 1. - .9.3e
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..... i. of the above tamed Stablio, to- ti . 'S
f S gother with a pertaiu of the es.ten-0.... ".,,
sine stock of horses and Carriages '
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late the property of James Mathews, deceased. 7 rn addition
to the stock before-mentioned, ha 1.133 also added a number ...I
FINE 110ILSES, itUttOIES AN 0 CABILIAGES,
which wore formerly quployed at his Livery Stable, in
Third, below Wood street. As he ,rlico his personal atten
tion to the hi:winces, a c , tititicanre',.i Cie patronagn vildch
he has hitherto re ...aired fEt a pulile is solicited.
Pg. Charles Livery Stabiea.
N. 13.—A HEARSE and any ur.iolier of CARRIAOES :rin
always 1w procured for Funerals. de.2.9
r ffillE CHEMICAL OLIVE ERASIVE
A SOAP, manufactured by B. U. A J. il. Sawyer, re
receives the preference over all other kinds over offered rer
Its advantages over other :Seipd aro :--,:h:t. It is cli.ap. r
to 11Se, one pound being rsq In I to nk rue r f ^ollll,lon reels
Soap. 2d. half tiro time tired en ly c, , colli.tod in was',ltig
when this Snap to used in flees La . other Soap. ;.(.1. Lai...,
in washing can be iiii&ly dispensed with, as the cletbes
will requke little if any rubbing, thus avoiding their wear
on the wash-Waal. 4th. Rolling the clothes is unnecessary
when this Soap is used, and hard er salt water answers
equally as well as soft. btli. Printers, Machinists, Painters
and others, find it far superior to other Snaps. It spot-lily re
moves grease, tar, paint, printers' ink and dirt from the
hands, leaving the skin sots, 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 ton 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 tab containing
about ten gallons of warm water; pOur in the dissolved
Soap, and stir thoroughly. Let them souk twenty to thirty
minutes, wring out, and rinse in warm water once, cold
water twice. A very dirty wrist-band, or seam, or grease
spots, may require a slight rubbing, but otherwise the
clothes will come Out clean and white, without rubbing or
boiling. Cold water may be used In place of hot, requiring
about double time in soaking.
sar Observe our name on each bar.
For sale, in any quantity, at our warehouse, No. 47 V'et,d
stroot, and at our works, opposite the Round House, POLlD
a3lvaalii avenue. B.C. & J, 11. SAWYER,
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS
Safety and Economy in Light.
Etuagettve , e Gas Uootang stove,
In.. County and City ILlghtafor vale
CONFECTION - , C
1 , E U T 1 0 N,
• T 1 0 fi , C U N F F,
't I o N , C ON FICUT
0 N ,C U N
O N, ETIO
CUNIANUT f uN
BIICKWELEAT FLOUR.-20 Backs Buck
wheat Flour, 60 lb aacka, Jura received and for tale
.I.cOA.NDLESS, MEANS & CO,
Corner Wood and Water streata.
id I LOUII.--25 bblu. Su.pordne Flour received
and for sale by McCANDLL . 3B, MNANS :k CO.,
Corner Wood and Water streets.
MIGRANT RI FLES.—A most desirable
A 24 and cheap weapon, at BOWN B TETLEV'S,
LARD. -A prime artiolo of No. 1 Lard, in
barrels and age, Just recetv•A and for sale by
Corner of Wood and Water streets.
2j., bags Pitneuto;
" Grain Pepper. luta received and for rale
24 I LIAIR .a KICK erBoNr.
cad 1.11,,,rty arrest.
NEW ARRIVALS.—Wo aro taking into
storo, (129 Wood street,) an immensa stock of One
Paper for Jobbing purposes ; also, Letter, ~ ap and Note ;
Env,-lopes In groat variety; Manilla Papers, of every sine,
and as cheap an they can ba bought in the East, where we
offer wholesale or retail, very low for Cash.
JNO. li. PEUKINS & 00
4eAK_E FISIL—Whit Fish, Trout, Salmon,
and Pickerel constantly on hand, a full stock to supply
t wholesale trade, bl,. [mytil 11.13,NRY H. CULLING.
ORANGES. -300 bxs. sweet, just received
and for sale by REYNIEtt & ANDERSON,
No. alr Wood 'street,
ruyl7 Oppoelto the St. Charles Hotel
ROOMS.-100 doz. Extra Corn Brooms
.E.4P on hand and for sale by
alp 2 D. 0. A J. IL SAWYER.
DUSTER TRIMMINGS—Drab and Gray
Master Binding and Teasels, just opened nt
JOB. HORNE'B, 77 Market street.
MEW STEEL SPRING SKIRTS—Of the
1,1 most grsoefol shapes, on hand ut 11011NE'S,
myB 77 Markot street,
DEED SWEET POTATOES.-20 barrels
Sood Swett Potatoes, receivc..l and for sa'„o by
JAAII.IB A. lo EULER,
VJ OcirMET Market and Mat great&
PICKLES. -6 Cucumber Pioklea, re
_IL calved and for Salo by JAMBS A. FETZER,
tad Corner Market and First streets.
DERFIIMER Y. —.Lubin's, Bazin's,
Wright's, Glenn's and Ilarrison's Extracts fur the
handkerchief, constantly on hand at
jet Corner Diamond and Market et._
RICE AND RICE FLOUR;
tU►er aloes Starch ;
Baker's Cooon and Brorna ;
Fresh Cocoa Shell
Itacelsed and for sale at _ .
17 EL LUM COPYING BOOKS.-1 bese
books p oss ess great advantages over any others;
the paper being thick and strong will not tear when wet.
It takes a most petteot impression and hi convenient to refer
to. When once in nee their superiority is apparent. Sold
by W. 0. JOLINSTOc 3 00.,
Steamers, 57 Wood at.
900 FOR SALE--A two story brick
hmse, of six rooms, well arranged, pared
yard, with hydrant, bake oven, snaao honed, .te The
house is In god repair. painted and papered. illtnnte on
East Lane, Allegheny City.; Terms easy. • • •
S. CUTHBERT k SON,
15'27 • 61 Market street.
DAY STATE APPLE PARING MA
INLINE.—A VERY lIISEFoI. AND SUPERIOR AR•
TIOLE—By five turns of the cwak, ltw apple is PARED,
CORED and S...ICED. Patentoll, :::ovember 11th, 1556, and
February 17th,1567, in Edropo.
For sale in any quantibk, at No. 74 Wood stleet, Picts•
burgh. Plume call and examine for yoarselves.
lyll9 SAMUEL FAIINESTOOK.
WISCO N SIN MONEY- iN otes of all Vie
cousin Etanto3, bought by
an2B HENRY H. COLLINS, 25 Wood etreet.
WOOD STREET PROPERTY FOR
SALE.—An undivided third - part of that valuable
preperty,_eituato at the corner of birth and Wed streets,
wising 1.30 feet front on Wood by 80 deep on Sixth street.
Onelhird of the above will be sold for $5,000. One-half in
hand—balance at OWN two and three yearn.
B. OUTBID= ik EON,
Jyl 61 Market street.
VIINYDRA.IILIC PRESSED CANDLES.-
boo boxes Hydraulic Premed Mould
erprendy for Bummer xis, on baud - and r sale by
C44ski Z 3. "(a
Vo. 129 WOOD STR ZET
No. 47 Wood Rtroot.
No BS Mr" d ctr,2
JAYNES' TEA STORE,
Si Fifth street
PIANOS AND MUSIC.
TILL BALANCE OF MY SPRING STOCK
PL tN I= FORTES,
FROM THE. MAN UP A.CTORY OF •
CIIICKERING &. .;(I),N'S
F3~J ~'F`ir -,
r I `,T 'I
Fiz Itlld A :11Li I • .h.;L,VO 1.1/IYe jnet b, , .1 received, and
now r.fi,) for ,raminnt at the purer cINM cf the RElb-
CHICK h:P.I NO b. SONS' PIANO YORT KS ore not furnished
by them u: any other house in thus city, and all orders must
Ie directed to the subscriber.
JOEIN 11. 51h1.,f.011,
No. 81 W6od street,
Sole Agent fur Chichering A Sons' Pianos,
joB to Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania
?id .r (ls
, FULL GRAND PIANGq!
PARLOR GRAND PIANOS 11 .
AND NEW STYLE SQUARE PIANOS,
loom the Manufactrry of OIIICKIiRDIO & SUNS',
lieeTort, just received from the manufactory of Chickering
& Bona', Boston, the following desirable and elegant stock o
their PIANO FORTES :
One Full seven octave Grand Piano Forte, with superbly
carved case. Price $BOO
One Full seven octave Grand Piano Forte, elegant Rose
wood use. Price .$7OO
One New Parlor Grand seven octave Piano, nearly equal
in power to a fall Grand, and occupying only the
room of an ordinary square Piano. Price $BOO
SQUARE. PIANOS I
Two full carved Rosewood, Louis XlVth, seven octaves,
with carved Desk and Feet work.
Two Rosewood seven octavo—Clifford style.
Two Rosewood, carved mouldings, seven octavo.
Pour Rosewood, plain round corners, seven octave.
Three Walnut, plain round front corners, seven octaves.
Feu r VI II 6.1 0 l 4
Four Rosewood " Li 41.
All of the above are of their NEW SCALE, and with frill
iron frames, and their new Patent Action.
These Instruments have been finished specially for the
subscriber, and will be warranted to purchasers. For sale
et their reduced prices. JOHN H. MELLOR,
No. 81 Wood street,
Sole Agent fur Chickering & Solis'.
CHARLES W. LEWIS, 4LDERMANS
And Ex-Officio Justice of the Peace,
OFFICE ON THE CORNER OF WYLIE
AND FIFTH BTR.EBTI3.
Adi business connected with this office will be attended to
with promptness. Conveyances of all kinds done with legal
woiracy--such as Leeds, Mortgages, Bonds, Powers of At.
torney, &c. Titles to Real Estate examined.
To the members of the Bar he tenders his services as Cum.
missioner to take Depositions t•., be read in the several Courts
this State, and otsewbero. Ilia office is one of the main
Police Stations of the city, and censequently his facilities in
orecuting businese of that kind ire very de-drable. I fe10:34
ARIES S. LOON, ALDERMAN, EX
-1.0 onacio JUSTICE OF TILE PEACE', AND POLICE:
MAGISTRATR—Office, No. 60 Grant street, nearly oppo
nite the Court House, Pittsburgh, Pa. D.moaitions,Acknow•
ledgnientB and t'rouatee taken; the Records examined,
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Wills Lease, Articles of Agree
ment, and of Partnership, Lettere of Attorney, etc., etc,
drawn up at short notice; Marring , a Solemnized, and all
bast:less in the lino of his official tintiel, promptly attended
te, cry Odico hours, from 554 e. u. to I P. CI, And from 2
to ti P n. ap,S:l y
DERSONS GOING WEST, who desire to
parchwo wad farming lands, are informed that we
!MI, for sa , s acres of land in Boone county, lowa. Also
640 acres of land in Franklin county, will ho sold on espy
t Illb.l b)
1.11. j. ),.,
CORKS FOR PRESERVE JARS—An jai
l:11(.11de stock on hand, at the only CORE MANUFAC
TORY in the city—No. 76 Bmltbfleld street.
ADWELLING HOUSE Ly Third street
for rout. S. CITTIIBERT dc SON,
1' 51 Market etroet.
R REN T—A three story Dwelling House
on Third street—s2oo per year.
B. CUTHBERT k SON,
;teal Estate anents, 61 Market at.
20 casea N. Johnston & Sons .51edoe Claret Wine;
10 " " " St. Julien Claret Wino
00 " O. C. St. Jrdien Claret Wino, in store and for
aalo by ILICKETSON,
rcylB Na,.e '2:42 end 223 Liberty 4tmet
tIiEMICAL OLIVE SOAP.-1000 boxes
; Chemical Olive E:aalve un hex i I rel for Bab. by
Jor aC. J. If. EAW &L
BACON. -10 casks Country Bacon Shoul
ders, SILLw and llama, Just reroivod and for MA IN by
JAS. A. FETZER,
Oornnr Msdkat and Vint ritreata.
- INDIO 0.-2 cases 'Manilla Indigo, just na
g ceivod and for sale by
mylB MILLER a RICHETSON.
DRIED APP L ES. —5O bush. Bright Dried
Apples just received and for sale by
JAS. A. FETZER,
Oorner astret and Yecond sta.
-r EMONS-25 bxe just received and for sale
by P.EYMER is ANDERSON,
CHAMOIS SKlNS.—Another supply of
Chamois Skins, vt , ry large and fine ' received by
see Corner Maikct etrPot and Diamond
T O LET five Dwelling Houses.
51 Market a treet.
LASES—A large a9sortment of Traveling
Flasks, of all sla•e and varieties, Jribt received by
se6 Corner Diamond and Market *reef.
ALARGE Map of our country, with tho
States, Torritoriea and conetied distinctly mark.
ed. For ualo by W. S. HAVEN, Stationer,
aul Corner Market end second streets.
Cards, Freight Bills,
Circulars, iTay Receipts,
Bill Heads, Labels,
Railroad Receipts, Bile La.alog,
With every other description of Job Printing, executed
with promptness and at fair prices.
J. It. . 4 , , ELDIN,
Printer and Bind,. r,
my3l Wood street, near Fourth.
12 ACRES of choice land, with good un
provotnnuti, uear the city, for sale on easy terms by
1. OUTI_LBEILT do EON,
PAO _ 61 markst street
303 ACRNS of Farming Land, near
Uniontown, Pa, for sale at V 3 r acre.
Jy3l B. CUTHBERT. & 805 i, 51 Market et.
DALLS I BALLS! BALLS I—A large as
sortment of Foot, Solid and Bat Balls, Just received
and for sale, wholesa:e and retail, at the India Rubber
Depot, ...a:3 dud 28 St. Glair street,
my 29 J. t IL PHILLIPS.
VANS! FANS! I—Palm Fans by the case,
dozen, or single. at Eastern prices,witti other varieties
of fancy sane, for sale at HORNE'S,
Jet 77 Market street.
60 barrels Extra No.l Lard Oil;
26 " No. 2 Lard Oil, on hand and for sale,
by [ai,yl3 . l B. O. Sr. J. 11. SAWYER.
_TANTA COFFEE.—Just received a lot of
strictly pure oil Government Jnva Coffee. Also, La
gnyra and 1110 CotTe , , at JAYNES' TEA STORE,
j e 5 38 Fifth street.
11DOURE BLACIIBERRY AND CHERRY
BRANDY, for medicinal purpoaes, at
HAWORTH .4 BROWNLEE'S,
Jes ID the Diamond.
OOK ii..gSTS—Made of Mahogany and
LP finiahod, for Irate by W. S. HAVEN,
AVNER'S SEAL PAPERS Various
alum find cAora alwaya on hand. at
W. 8. EFAVF.Zi'B 3
014 Corner Market and Second BM
- LIRENCII. LEMONS. 20 just received and
IL: for todo by fIEYHE.I3 E ANDIMON,
. • No 89 Wood etroot
GERMA_N DRAWING PAPER--In rolls
for Engravere, for vale by J. R. WALDEN,
Infi,7R ",.' . 4. '" , -. 4 7t , "*.t.. .F.,21 . V , --4,-!. S.
GUM BANDS, Port Folios, Desk Pads,
Bankers Cases, Port Monaioe, and Pocket Books, for
,ale by W. 8. HAVEN'B,
apth Corner Market and Second streets.
GUNNY SACKS.--4300 large three bushels
ann.ny Bubo, now and in good order, far ade by
Corner Wiret end Market etreors.
(1 LASS.-500 boxes Bxlo, 9x12 and 10x12,
9J. for %ale by (p( HENRY Q. COLLINS.
AESTNUTS.--5 barrels ItAl'axi, received
96.1 tbta day, and for sale by
MIXER k AMDBUISON, •
Na 89 Wood Stmt.
ovonaltm tit Charles Hotel
ALMONDS --20 bales Bordeaux;
20 bags Sicily Soft Shell;
30 " " Hard
1 bale Paper shell.
Just received and for role, by
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S. CUTE BERT & SON,
51 Market street
No 39 Wood otreet.
No. 89 Wood street,
Opismits@m R. Oltadas Hotel
THE PALL TEEM OP THIS INPYPPOTION WILL
COMMENCE ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER bra.
Candidates for admission will present themselves at the
University Bnilding, corner of Rem and Diamond streets,
en MONDAY next, at 9 o'clock
Madaune AppoLtime TetedouVs
FRENCH AND ENGLISH BOARDING
AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, 148
Third street, Pittsburgh, Pa. This School, designed nn the
pion of French Schoots in France, and modified as to the
Yinglish departments on the plan of French Schools, in thy•
United States, offers to young ladies, besides n full English
course, the best opportunity of thoroughly acquiring the
French language and literutu, e, the Principal having re•-
eided several years in Fritnee, and being assisted by Mr.
Totedoux, a native of Paris, and a graduate of the " C,olleg
French and Latin will be integral parts of the course.
The Fine Arta will be taught under the superintendence
of Mr. Totedoux, a pupil front the Conservatory of Parts.
Arrangements have been made for young ladies who, hav
ing already gone through a regular course of studies, still
may wish to know English literature more thoroughly,
acquire more facility in speaking the French 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 Music $25; in classes $l6; Piano $25; use
of instrument $5; German and Italian, each $25, In classes
$10; Drawing, in classes $10; Oil and Water Colors at the
Professor's price All charges payable in advance.
Nor circulars and further particulars, apply to the
MR. CLEMENT TETEDOUX announces to the public
that he has taken up his residenceinPittaburgh, and iS . I:IOVS ,
prepared to give lessons in Vocal Music. '
For terms and.farther particulars apply to Johr IL Mel
lor's Music Store, No. 81 Wood et. aulL6wd
'RS. M. M Y - E E. S 7
HOME sormor, 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 number of Boarding Scholars will be received into
the family. Arrangements have beenmade to accommodate
day boarders, it desired to country patrona. There till' "be
two sessions a day, from 9to 12 and 2 to 4 o'clock, For
terms, circulars, etc., inquire of Church Book Store, Fifth
street; J. IL Mellor, or of the Principal. anataw*
-- , (Ye '( C '
iron City Commercial College 4
l'alzwirgh, Pa.—Chartered, 1866.
300 STUDINT9 ATTENDING, JANuAgY,IBSB.I
Now the !argent and moat thorough Commercial iichotil
of the United Statipa
Young Men Prepared for Actual Duffel of the Counting ROOth.
J SMITH, A. ?d., Profontor of Hook-Reoping and
Bounce of Accouuta.
A. T. DOUTIFETT, Teachar of Arithmetic and Caiomerctal
J. A. II EYDRICK and T. C. JELNIE.INS Teachers of Book-
ALEX.. COWLEY, slid W. A. MILLER, Professors of Pah
Single and Double Entry Book-Keeping, 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 mad thorough educttiOn
of a practical buninese men.
Drawls all the premiums in Pittsburgh for the past three
years, also in h'astern and Western Cities, for best Writing,
Air A= NOT FOB. NXGRA:VID WORK,
IMPORTANT INFORM ATION.
Students enter at any time--No vacation—Time unlimited
—Review at pleasure—Graduates assisted in obtaining sit
uations—Tuition tor Full Commercial Oonrse, sB6—Average
time 8 to 12 weeks—Board, $2,60 per weel:—tationery,s6
—Paths cost, $OO to $7O.
AtfeT- Ministers' sons received at half price.
For Card—Circniar—Specimens of Business and Orna
mental Writing—inclo IC , two stamp?, and address
F. W. JENKINS,
nab Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
CUTHBERT & SON'S OFFICE, No. 51
Market street, for the sale and Purchase of Real
Estate, renting bonitos, attending to insurance and repairs,
obtaining loans on bonds, mortgages, ac,; making convey
ances, deeds, bonds, !Lc.; writing letters and corresponding
with parties abroad, ac. ocl3
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
RIPERZNOIS.—Meeeng. Hanna, Garreteon .2 Co., Robert
Pares, Esq. I➢lL7
VITESTEB.2I LAB; .1) s
REAL ESTATE AGENT, NO. 60 WATER STRS!..i,
Ms for sal , Lands in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Michigan and lowa. Ho will eichange Lands In Wisconsin,
.c., for Pittsburgh manufactures, and also for city property.
All letters of inquiry answered gratis, by addressing ma as
PRUPERTY FOR SALE OR RENT.
A GRIST MlLL—Three run of stones and
all the machinery complete, corn and cob cracker,
&c., Ice., all in good order, with a dwelling home, stable and
two lots of ground, situate in South Pittsburgh, and will be
sold on very easy term, by FL CUTHBERT & SON,
017 61 Market street.
_LAWRENCE COUNTY BONDS WANT
ED, in exchange for land.
apt.'" S. CUTHBERT & SON, 61 Market at-
STEAM MILL in complete running or
der, with dwelling house, etc., near the city, for
WESTERN LANDS of good quality, fez
sale or exchange for Real Rotate in tho city .
.w 22 S. CUTUBERT k. SON, 51 hiarke t et,
L'AMILY RESIDENCE FOR SALE-A
valuable proporty of 160 feet front on Covington at.,
LAerancoville, by 100 deep on Washington street to Cherry
alley, Brick Dwelling Ilouse,of i rooms well arranged,bath
room, porch, well of water and pump, stable and coal house,
kitchen range, etc. The room, are newly yalnted and pa
pered, shade and fruit trees; grripeAtbor, great variety of
dowers, etc; good p ling fence. .The above offers a good
opportunity to buy a o mplete and pleasant residence.
Price low, and tenant accommodating..
N. eUTHBEBT A SON,
Reel •Estate and General Agents,
old 61. Market street.
THE SIZE of the oheap Building Lots
fur sale by B. CUTHBERT & BUN is 83 by 100 feet.
Location—Near the railroad station, East Liberty.
Price—Prom $276 to $4OO each. •
Tnrnis—Onefourth in band t.remalnder at six years credit.
Tho Plan can be seen at the Real Estate Mee, 61 Market
DEAR IT IN MIND, that the East Lib
erty Lots are offered at such prices, and on such easy
terms, as to make a home easily to be obtained.
Bear it in mind, that they front on wfde streets, are of
easy access by, railroad, and are very desirable locations for
liar it in mind, that the plan of the lots is to he seen at
Jel2 61 kIAIIKET STREET.
FOR SALE.- SEVENTY, TIIOUSANI)
ACRES of choke Prairie and Timbor Land, situated
In N erthern, 10, a and Southern Minnesota, embracing the
11n4,t lot of farming lands ever offered in this market, as
they are located conveniently to Mills, Townikand lines of
Railroad. Pamphlets containing information - of value to
emigrants and catalogues giving location, description and
price of tho land, with a brief description of the amities in
which they are located, can be had on application at our
of end they will be'sent free by mail to persons sending
us their address. WTI LIAM FEA7TFR. & CO.,
my:6:tf Jones' Building, No. 67 Fourth street.
PEN DOLLARS IN HAND, will secure a
j Building Lot of 25'100 feet on Mt. Washington.—
Price, sloo—slo In hand, remainder to emit purchaser. Al.
so, a Lot of 60x100 feet for $2.4—525 in hand, balance in
payments to snit purchaser. S. CUTIIIII4B2 & SON,
ye!M 6l Market street.
‘,?. ACRES of Land and a comfortable
, W Reuse, situate near the Washington Turnpike, at
about 8 miles from Jones' Perry, will be sold on easy terms.
Immediate pomeasion. 8. OUT.EIBEIitT it 80N,
ALOT OF GROUND in East Liberty, near
the Railroad station 80 by 100 feet will be sold for
s 2 7b, ono-fourth in band, remainder at'sli years' credit.
8. CUTHBERT .6 80N.
my 29 61 Market street.
ik TOTICE.—The Co-Partnership of BAGA:-
LEE, COSORAVE & expired by limitation, on
the first instant- The business will be ei.ntinued by W.
BAGALEY, at 18 and 20 Wood street, who will settle Op the
businem of the late firm. W. BAGALEY,
JOHN El. COSGRELVE.
Pittsburgh, July MI, 1858.--jy22:tf
NEW FABRICS IN DRESS GOODS,
A. A. MASON & CO, ACM, NO. 25 Fifth Street,
Are taw opening rich
And n splendid selection of SPRING SUAWLS. (apl
QEED SWEET POTATOES.-15 barrels
Seed Sweet Potatoes for sale cheap to close consign
meat by JAS. A. I'ETME,
ap.W Oorner Market and first streets.
fIOMPOUND SYRUPS OP PHOSPHATES,
08. ONEMICAL FOOD—This preparation is not in
tended as a popular iemody, but is respectfully submitted
to the Medical Faculty as a nutritive tonic', wall suited. to
! supply the waste of elementary matter during thaprogress
of chronic cases, particubsrly in Dyspepsia and Oommum.
Lion. This preparation is pleasant to the eye, agreeable to
the taste, and greeds), to the stomach, and does not naus
eate by protracted use. EOM wholesale and retail by
lam (kat= Dbunou4 and ld saws sheet.
W. BAP:EWELL, Secretary
S. CUTIII3EItr A SON,
51 Market street
61 Market street.
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n 9 Kßffit 286
NO. 65 FIFTH STREET.-
DURABLE, FIRE , AND WATER PROF
(Recently Agent f4r 11. M. Warren & C 0.,)
ISIANIIYAOTDREE AND DRALER
‘' TqR N E L C E N T,
SATURATED CANVAS ROOFING,
'On-OFFICE, No. 65 ,IFILETH STREET, opposite Odd Fel
lows Hall. Pittsburgb,4'a. J 3,9
Stinanr La-er Beer.
711.1 E UNDER SI GNED BEGS LEAVE' TO
A inforin his friends and the public, in general, that he
is in the daily receipt &f , this delicione Beer, from the well
known Brewery cf J. N. EtraabiAllegheny City, it having
been pronounced to be,the best that was manuactared hero
for many years, OMAN; TASTMUL Mal DUBAI. Give me
a call and try ft. . JOAN BOTH,
a p'24:tf At his old stand ,, No; No Ild Diamond.
AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES,
Always on hand, and for rale at
A CARD FROM Dot. JAMES
'REM OF THE NEW YolliCzfilliVt INFIRM
AIIY.—My connection for the pest eight years-with the
above Institution, as Chief Physician, and a twelve years'
coarse of steady devotion to the Cure PuLmonsxyclan
enmption. and its kirtdred diseases, together with myna
r i veiled oppor trinities and advantage of pathelogicd research
—aided not a little by a perfect systeur or-Mali:al /igsala
tion—has enabled me to early° at a decisive - , direct and Iftlo
- ssfal course of treatment for. the positive and radical owe
of all diseases of the Throat, Lurays;aticEdir-ihtrayari ' ' Sy
I iihalation, the vapor and curative properties of medicines
aro directly adressed to the diseased organa and the integu-
ment Ido not advise the sae of Medical Inhalation of any
kind, to the exclattion *fp - Ent:Cal treatment and although I
consider it a useful adjuvant in the proper management of
those fearful and often fatal diseases, yet - tole= it very-ne
cessary that each patient should have the benefit of, both
general and local treatment. The success of my treatment
in tho above diseases,Mul the - high character of the Institn
lion over which I have so long had the honor to prealde,are
tno well known- to need any eulogy or comment fora me.
At the solicitation of many private and professionalfrienda,
through whose philaithropic aliithe abtereeharity halt - been
long and liberally gni:ported; and - uf ter due consideratiop, I
have concluded to Make such arrangements as will bring
the mnelits of my experiments and treatment Within the
roach of all, and not Confine myself, as heretofore .to those
only who - entered the Infirmary, or who ware_able to,visit
me at my °nice. Hoping therefore - that the arrangement
will give entire satiefaetioM both to my professional breth
ren and the public, I would respectfully announce in con
el :mien, that I can nine be consultedralcrnally or by ietter,on
w l d-i4easen as above, ; and that the medicines, the same as
used in the Institution , prepared to suit each individual
cage. Inhaling Vapors, Medical Medical • Inhalers, oft., 'etc., will be
forwarded by expreas to any part of the, United. dtates or
the oanadas. leasse—llly terms cf treatment by letter are
as follows. via: $l2 per month for each patient which will
include medicine safflcient - for , otiei montles4ale; lase, In
haling Vapor, and as inhaling Apparatus. Pryment as fol
lows : $0 to be paid to Express Agent on rece.fit of the box
of Medicine, and the balance $8 at the expiration of the
month, if the pathMt be cured or is entirely satisfied With
the treatment. Patients, by giving a full history of their
case, and their symptoms in fall, can be treated as.ivell by
letter as by personal'examination. Patients availing them
selves of Dr. darrettil treatment may rely nport immediate
an , permanent relief . . as ho seldom has to treat a case over
thirty days. Letters for advice promptly answered. For
further particulars, address
JAMP`. DE JARRETT, M. D.,' -
No. 820 :Broadway, cor. Twelfth St., N. Y.
P.3.—Physicians and others visiting the city, are re
epectfully invited to call at the Infirmary, where many
interesting cases canO bo witnessed, and where our i2/1
proved apparatus for tho inhalation of medicated vapre ,
can be seen and inspected. Jy3o:Bm
SUBSCRIBERS HAVE CONSTANT•
LY on hand a complete stock or-
CONSUMING IN PAST OP
YUKSABILID WITH V . Oll. IQUIPAWITS AT SHORT POT/COL
BILK AND BIINTLNO FLAGS MADE TO ORDER.
JNO. B. DIWADDEN & SON.
95 MARKET STREET.
PLANING Ivrim, would respectfully inform the public
that he has rebuilt since the fire, and having enlarged his
eetablishment, and filled it with the newest and most ap
proved machinery, is now prepared to furnish flooring and
planed boards, screwl sawing and reaawingiklaors, Bash and
shuttera, kiln dried, frames, mouldings, box making, &c.
South' Pittsburgh, September'', 16157: 1 ' • feel°
GENTS' SHOES AND GAITERS.
I 0 PEOPLI29
No. 17 PIPTTI ST
TNIIA RUBBER CURRY COMBS.—The
II beet article in nee, Just received et the India Rubber
Depet, 26 and 28 Bt. Clair area.
OIL CLOTH CRASH-150U yards of vari
ous patterns and widtbs, just received from the fac
tory, for sale wholesale or retail, by -
J. .2 IL PILTLUPB,
2Ci and 28 'U.l:flair serest
GLASS. -300 boxes assorted sizes Window
Glaaa, good country brand, f.)r Bair, by
m3:O t LIENRY OOLLTIST.
lop ROMS.-50 doz. reed and for sale by
kji mai ' ILENRY , H.'43OLLINEL
VISII.-500 'packages ' a 'to Fish Salmon,
and Trout, fpr sato by (mstri) H.a.,coutms.
u No. B. COL'll PRINTING
IN ' B—Eald , by imr2.l] J. B. WELDLN.
hage shelled earn received and
for iale ne3l HENRY H. COLLINS.
eIOUNTRY BACON.-1000 - lbs. . Country
N.„„i Bacon, Rano, Shoulder - a and Sides, received and for
sots by ' JAB. A: VBTZER,
- • .
^..,12 Cnrorr Market and VIM da•
iIIiECK BOOKS—On all the Banks and
%/ Broken, c. W. & HAVEN,
mr2l - irinter acid Stationer.
VELLIJMICOPYING P•OOKS--For sale by
felfl I -- J. IL WELDIN.
CIOOPERS WANTED-2 (food Coopers
‘,..) Wanted to work on tight work—good wages given—
and constant employment. Inquire of
JAB. A FETZEB,
Corner Market and First streets.
DRIED APPLES-50 bushels Dried Ap-
Oen, jar! t received and for eale-by
McC.4.NDLEE' 8, MANS lc CO.,
Je22 Corner Wood and Water street&
DAINTING AND PLASTERING, wanted
t:1 in exchange for two lots of ground.
an 3 S. =lmam zr. sox, 61 Market et.
WRAPPING PAPER-3000 reams asst
sizes Rag Wrapping, aunporior article, for sale bS
isl 9 , . ; J. B. WELDI23.
MOUNT WASIIINGTON:=—For Sale—A
comfortable two story frame dwelling house of four
rooms, with a tarp lot of ground, fruit and shade trees,
flowers, &c., a good cistern, with pump, in the kitchen,
palling fenceosituato on Sycamore street, Mount Washing
ton. S. OUTILBERT Sc SON,
eS 61 Market street.
IMPORTANT TO BUYERS. We have
now placed upon *he counter a lot of SOILED GAIT
ktiS and BEIGES, which we offer - Call and exam
ine them. All kinds of summer wear Selling at the most
reasonable prices. Misses' Gaitors, black and colored, with
and without i heels, low. Children's Fancy Shoos, of the
newest styles, We have still a few Mon's Patent Leather
Gaiters left, now selling at greatly rodnoed prices.
DIFIENBACELER k 00,.
N 0.17 Fifth greet, new troika.
YE FLOUR,-20 bbls. fresh ground Rye
Flour just roceirod and for nate by
JAS. A. YETMR,
Corner Marker and First stn.
DIRE LIQUORS .— A largo supply of
Wines Mid Liguori, strictly pure for medical purposes.
Them wishing an article that can be relied' on for purity.
should call and, examine My stock. JOB. FLEMING,
meidoOnler Market street and Mutton
rr Itlarkot street.
J. .4 H. PHILLIPS