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The People's Shoe Store.
D. S. DIEFFENBACHER & CO.,
Cheap Ct.& DcaJars in all kiutla 3'.; ; ;..440n0..10
BOOTS; SHOES AND GAITERS,
Ftn• VI A.31;5 and
tliO• - stYc 4 t) liii*Jr7 t i. - t,
- PPPTSDITP.GIi, PA.
e.JOJINGON ..... 4 0 1ifiLON
PE R[ 7 & JOIENSbN,
Propriotora of Chikb oo.'a
Fallout Edastio Fire and Watsr Proof
- Cement. Recf
ORDERS for ROOFING promptly and fuittl
fully exec e 3, and all our work warrantad.
floang raatorial always on hand, and for Bala, with 111-
m:dorm for ta.utly
JOS. V. idhßflLtON & po„
MGINEEIES AND 111 ACITINISTS,
Carn-rr of Ptrat ant Liberty er,..41, Pict4..to lA, Pa.
(21. J P.ERIOIt STE4' 11 ENGINES for Grist
and Saw *fills, I.:Feirr I;y4oll.htnenta,
E--4nafactoriot, !nada tr, orn,:r. Tnry :Oda contin,uo
maunfsanrit of Choi,* CallobrntA Macti,:niguora, such 1111
Vtiszeing Latlits, Iron Planers,J.:.aw,, , und brilling 'Mach in oH,
iN% Abio, Wrought Iran with PtaLL , 3 e, Ilangorn
Lc. 6c. Jtkalyd
XOIEN THOMPSON & CO.,
TIOUSE PAINTERS, CILAZIRitS AND
GICAINERS, No. 135 Third FlCrimi. lUN PAINT
ING c , raciltid with neatness and ilea Paints,
Turpentine, Varnish, Jap..o and Engliall Patent Du
tra, Villa Montaigne , Zintic, a very 'superior articlo;
dalphia and'Pittsbrirgh Whibel.ead always ou hand and fur
.tie. W. aro propatad to grind colors fur Painter:l, Drug
gist., or ethers, at tba atvrtest notice, o wo have a mill
which grinde by steam Paiutora C.. , muaey by got.
thig their culo.ca crnund with rue..
=--- - ,
N•k= - •
GOLD AND SILVER. s)? ECTAOLES,
6.T 111,A 111 U FA.O reUl3.ly, PLUG ES.
es weighing aptrite, the cheapest and best articles over
brought to this city.
varying, in price from $l3 to PJ cmm.
lways on `bend e.t t 3. i. 4lfswo,
Optician, 58 rifth S.:rett.
B. C. St .11. H. SAINVEIe,
_ istLIcaaCTGESES OP
. PALM, TOILET,
AND ROSIN SOAPS
47 Wood street, Pittsburgh., Pa.
TAISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.—
jaj The firm of HAWORTH BRO. k BROWNLEE was,
on the 31 of May, ISA dise, - 11ced by mutual consent, by tho
withdrawal of 4Eati HAWORTH. from the slave Cm.
The accounts of the late iirm will be settiod by HAWORTH
JEHII 'HAWORTH, in withdrawing from the above
arm, kindly thanks his former patrons nud also the patrons
c, the :Late firm, for the •ery liberal patronage he has re
ceirod, and would kindly re•commesnl theta to his successors,
LIAWORTit k BLOWN - LEE, sa they are dotermined to sell
at low figures, having a v. - 2y large assortment of OffgAP
OROHERLEd, WINES and LIQUORS an hand.
• JEHU HAWORTH.
.6.47" DAVID ILAWOILTII and JAMES BROWNLEE,
have this day assoclaied together, and trill continue on the
hnsineas at the OLD STAND, corner of Diamand and Dia
mond alley, nuder the style of 'W40 . 11171 A snowhum,
where they hope toreceive that pcouage 83 liberallr given
to the old firm, as" they era determined to sell CligArEat
than any other Store in the city. myl3
Office of Sealer of Weights au
Tllly OFFICE op TILE UNDERSIGNED,
..11. EULER OF WEIGHTS AL.VD MEASITBES,
flay Ls fiihnd henceforth, in Cherry alley, bale +n Third
and Fattrth streets, - where orders may be left;
mrl&tf CHARLES BARNETT.
jay S. HiveAdyEaudNZ,S.Eiolawtsttilieo
iota Matt 31, 33 and 33 Market street.
A. lIE FRANKLIN ALMANAC FOR 1859.
—Tilts well-known and popular annual, formerly pub.
lathed by Johnston & Stockton, after.a lapse of years, will
again shortly be issued. The cimmlations as formerly will
be made by t.,3 skfllfalh
einathilan,-SanTord C. 11111,-
Seq., wbo will also preparo for Its pages
stick reading mat
ter as will make it an entertaining and tractive maga
zine.. Besides the reliable astronomimitcalmilations, a now
and ingenious table of time, an accurate method of drawing
meridian linos, and other matters of• permanent value will
Orders of boolpeellers and other &Wall art solicited In
advatico of as but one edition will be printed,
and oilier's-wilt bo titled according toriority.'
WM- G. JOH -p NSTON & C 0
Pablisheri; Printers, BiStIOUL;II4 end Blank Book m il kers,
.57 Wood street, Pittid Jo=
ibuß.--44 bble. choice vir o i r!imfgaalo
" C4nte..t Mauket anditint. ata.,
lONS.-10 #blOaWas fur We by
se, per .
PUBLISHED DAILY BY JAMES P. BARR, AT THE ri POST BUILDINGS," CORNER OP WOOD AND FIFTH STREETS; AT FIVE DOTiLA • S PEI ANNUM:
REPORT OF. THE CONDITIoN_OF T.
FAAMIIit'S IJNION INSURANCE COMPANY,
At ATITRNB, BRADFORD COUNTY, PA., Jan. 1, 1858, no
promoted to the Stockholders; and made oat In compliance
-with-the BMW all7lll of New York,Ohic 7 , Indinnn,l InCmle,he.
The name of the Company ie the FAII.7 , IEIN . Uri t ply fN„
BUILANCE COMPANY; locatedat Ath , ...1, l'a. Chart.ruil
April 13,1855 , by the Leglalatura of eCIIIIMYI val. in. eliartm•
Caen (Npital, which fa all paid np.
Surplus in addition thereto.
Fifty-four Bonds and Blortgag , s, at
six and seven 1/1 cont. inweest,
amounting in the aggregate t0...5152,3 15
Which mortgagee are or value
bto • and productive real estate,
principally farms, recorded and
first liens, worth generally double
the amount and More than mort
gaged for in each case, and in no
. case leas than. fifty 11, cent. mote,
exclusive of farm buildings, and
BO certified by tho Ilecurdtra,
whete recorded. to the and tors of
the BMWs of Ohio and Illinois.
Nineteen aix slit cent. Bonds amply
',sawed. 47,695 00
Cash on hand and in Bank 0,449 12
Oath in hands of Agents, and in
course of transmission, secured
by bonds with sureties.....,
Duoon losses re-insured, &c
Bills receivable, viz: promissory
notes payable at bank and to the
Interest accrued, (principally dim
January 1,18014)- 1 19 46
Safe and office Fixtures and Futni.
INOOIIII FOR TEI TYlx 1857.
Amount of Prominma roceivod during tho
year $ 85,231 33
Am't interest received during the year..._....... 11,442 05
Am't received from all other sources 2,480 00
Expenees .for the year, including
commissiens, salaries, rests, rein
surance, printing, adverthing,
taxes, and all other expenses E 10,195 Gd
Dividends paid daring the year 17,000 00
Losses paid, which occurred prior
to December 31, 1&66
Telsees paid which occurred during
LOll4Ol adjusted nud not dae (since
paid) $ 12,500 99
Lamas incurred and in process of
Losses reported,on which no action
has been taken
Loons resisted, on ground of insnr
ewe after tire, property transfer
red beforo loss, property lost nut
covered by the Policy, Ito-
$ 30,407 90
Whole amen ,totriaka taken daring the year.. 55,439,502 bu
Whole amount of risk at date
87/TS PgmlisetTalns., Conlin OP firtAAPORO,
C. N. - Shipman, President, aad J. N. Crinfiehl, &reentry of
the Farmers' Union Insurance Company, being severally
drily sworn, depose and say, and each fur himself says, that
the foregoing is a true, full and correct statement of the
affairs of said corporation, and that they are the aterhide
scribodufricers thereof. 0. N. SIIIPAIA.N, President.
J. P.. CANFINED, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn before mo,.this 29th day of Janu
ary, 1898, 11. 0. BAIRD, Justice of the i'eees.
T. J. LICNTER, Agent,
No. 90 Water street. Pittsburgh.
Reliance Mutual Insurance Co.
027 BUILDINGS, LIMITED OR PERPETUAL, MEROGAN
DIRE, EITRNITURE, AO., IN TOWN OR COUNTRY.
(lane, No. 300 Walnut street.
CAPITAL, g117,92Ai 4,53E15, 0252,466 U.
Invested as follows, viz:—
Vale. Blzrtgage on Improved tM.y Proper:7, I:orth
'43plile the aracnint ' • $1'20,200
Peracylvv,la 4eilrna4 po:it G nor
L04;400,600 oosi - ' 2.5,bi)0 to)
Alinelooy County 6 fur cont. l'»u'o*a It. It. Loan. 10,0 . 00 00
Pennsylvania Railroad Co.'e Srozh. ...... . 4,000 00
stock of the Reliance Mutual lesuranc.. , 10.160 00
stock of County Fire Insurance Uo 1,0.5t0 00
Eerip of Sundt) , Laurance Companies 476 00
Dias itc eiva'le,businoss piper 62,711 00
Book Accounts, ar.crwoi. Interest, eti 3,336 19
e n .att ca iye t n/ auk: In T;aut 1e,0434
R. Tilc9P 00 P,
Duiist S. ll.rovu,
.39111 t li. WPrfeil,
IT• ii. ti.rsaa,
140.1 c-A J6hilitau,
Otiß-ViC - fl S. Woo.l,
Jainc3 S. Woodward,
r 3 North-oziat cot
MERCHANTS' INSHIANCE COMPANY,
r 7 htuidelpltia.
if 51. V. P.IITT/T, .Preriitat.. L. J. r 4,
A mot. tof Z.cit i Stock paid Ir. Al II; c...1t4.1...5'200,1A
tusaree Cnr i p D.Loho on tP t i, 01.110 cud
trlbut.opon. Inonres agaiiha
nrahnit the Perlls . uf the iien arid lulnipt
Novigatlon cud Truualrort;tluu.
I%l4;i o V o iitl;
Wm- V. Pottiti 3. C. Minitginuury, Juuu M. I..tiEhroy,
D. 3.1%14:Chun, E. V. Witust. , r ' Ifuuu
ii. L. WoulatiaL, Jelin A. Mtirnhall, Chan. Lt. Wriy . ,ht,
John J. Patt.L.riiou, Elwood T. Pasny.
WILLIAM V. I'ETTIT, J'rezident.
E. F. WITMEIt, Vier itwident.
D. 3. MoOANN,
St'AP..l l llt?, 3iist;te 4. Co.,
linel:;:Mortail 8 Stldfule,
irey,&ldwell A. - Co.
N0.'07 WATRIt STIIKET.
IV. F:OFIYDR.TRIt, Agent,_
In Phifr. 4 4p.hia':
Bo 1 1; 14, /RIO w CO.,
Truitt, Jiro. h:00.,
'A. T. Lano & Cu.,
LIP • It
AIUTUM. INS . UILANCE CCiAll PA NV,
LOOK lIAVRY, COUN:fI.
. . ,
CHARTERED BY TUE LRGISLA.TDRE OP PEHRHYLVAH IA
aish (.14.1 :240,110 I Prenlit , , 7!s fr0tv.....t,,1a?:!..2
rrillS COMP:IVgY! WILL INSUttE ' ON
ii„ Ituilaiugg, unilSsu, Erl - 1A:Eu . .1 , , /cc., iu town or
lion. J no.J. Pc4rco,l 40. 0. O. Ft foy,lg t .F t rio A. 1". - Tr,yt.r,
John U. Uall,itaitEj:li eater
Abrams,T. T. Abraa, jr,zkpa.ca, IW.
U. HA KVF.Y, PriAldent.
T. T. ilaiLuta, Yi a thuLldor.,, "
Tuoa. ILITAmts, Haecelaly.
Samuel 11..L10y1, I Dr. J. S. Crawford,
A. A. Winogardner, John W. Maynard, A. Updegraff,
L. A. Mackey, Hon. S. Cameron, James Armstrong,
A. White, Thoa. Bowman DJ), William &urea,
Jammiquigiiio Vu,nderholt Han. Wm. Bigler,
OFFIt&--ker. dr, FlYnrtlaßkr.e.,Diriatmou.
deZL:ti J. A. LIPPECM, Agout.
T" FRANKLIN FIRE 119 SU RAN OE
COW 4-44 OV PUU-I .I .•PHIA-.
Dmlaroz.s—tibarloa W. , iicker, 'l:tiou!: , ,s Hart, Tobles
Wagner Samuel Grant, Jacob 11. Eaalth, tie... W. tactartia,
Ilordedi 1). Leviii i , Adelpni E. Eerie, David ti. Drowns,
ris Patterson. Cuss. N. BibitTEAR, President.
Ofi4s. 0. BASOPtS. Secretary.
Continue to ir.spe lastlialte.t,perpettd or 141ted, on every
daicription duo - pc:4On town aed country, ut rates as low
as are consistent, with security.
The Company have reeerred a largo Oontlugsnt rand,
jiticb,with their capital and prrtniutus, safely invested, af.
ford ample prot,)cattu to the aurorod.
The Asset of the Comporny, on January Ist, 1651, an pal>.
limbed agreeably to an Act of Amiably, were na lollowe, v i a:
Morti-4.g0 „ P l 2 -68
P..eal"&tato. 6•1'..177 75
Temporary Leann • 8.3,5)88 11
ORA, 'to— ~.. ..... ... 431,0113 5.1
Einem, their incorporation a period of tweuty*ane‘years.
they have pa4,l4Pw4t4 dna iour ilnudrod lion
sand Dollare,lmaa by Are, thereby aalirdiug ovidenCO of I ha
advantages of irisurattre,say. - 611 as the.atility and dispestlist.
to meet with promptness all liabilities:
J. flAltfflNEl 00.Teriti, Agent, ,
fLT.c.o.nistli-caat oor. Wood and , Third Ms.
WEF4T ERN INSURANCE COMPANY
OF P.125'211(111.411. -
GEORGE DARUE, I rechleut;- • .
E. M. 0031:1)1114 E...oretary.
Orsins NO. 9 Water street, (EparLg * Oa's Warehouso,) up
stairs, Pittanrcric..! - . . ... .: ....
Will insure egaiust alllchnls Of :: II ill an .1 MARI - 1411E1BR a.
- A Homo Institution, man ea by Irizezt. - . who ate wen
known in the , comtnno4„, Joid icho aro liii.l robion„ by
promptness atul.libetallty, to maintain -thd,Larr.etor which
they has& mcame:J,tea offering the scat preLoctica to : tb.u4e
who desiro tOinmistired: ,
450 1 70, DOTODER 614t,1657.
Stock Acc0unta,..,.....;...-...--..... .... . 4...—,:.... 51 . 2.1,600 oo
..... , -
ails Bocelvablo,.-...... 4,161 67
Open Aco. - 1ruit5,....... .......... -...... . . .... ............ 0,478 04
past,._..— ....------ ... ... ... ... ...... .-.... 14;241 46
Proasituallotes,-... ..... ..... -.....-- 40,246 59
Bills Discounted, ' ' 125,005_ 78
J. W. kutler,
. Nathaniel Helms!,
VA I 1:11,-40001 ba Cotkuteg foegtili
SIP NM Will LIG NEM
$ 200,000- 00
. 53,495 51
- 18,781 60
itbtci - t
Wi3!' 11.1hii. , r,
fwaijataia Tlugio Y.
hIC : 11 '"1 /
will. M. tierupl6,
an: Vt,l‘.l ec le.
Cloorge W. Jitckerm,
Alas. Speer, . .
Wm. H. Smith,
, P. itl. (JORDON,:
PITTSBURGH. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1858,
LIFE. FIRE AND MARINE
NO. 96 WATER STREET,
ROBERT OALWAY, President.
Y. A. ILINIIHART,
ir t y-Title Company makes exery insurance appertaining to
or counected with LINE MA B.
Ale°, againat BULL AND °AMR , RISKS on the Ohlo
and Miaatasippl ltivi.ris and tributarlea, and MA.II.INE RIHILS
And against Loam and Damage by Piro, and againnt ttio
Perils of the him and Inland Navigation rind Traal,portatio.i.
Polloin.4 leaned at the lowoat net m uteifidulit with safety to
DTBZQTO i 4.
tionert Galway, Pulnu,l M'Oltrkan,
Joseph P. Gazzam, M. I) , John ilcett,
Jsinea Marshall, Duvlul
Jamul' W. I [unman, Ulm' lea Arbuthnot,
Alorauder Bradley, • Joeopb 8. Lt , oult,
Joke Fullerton, N. F. Bart,
Dacia IL (Number', Robert 11. nartley,
William Garr. no. :Tem. 025
CITIZENS' INSURANCE COMPAN
WILLIAZ DANALEY, Prosident.
SAUWEL L. Br ARATIRIL, Bceretary.
0177 CE: 91 Water sireet,belwan MarZ:el and 13'bod screetl
tar imiureg - num, AND OA1:a0 DISKS, on the Oltl
mad idissiesippl Rivers and tributarins.
Insures against Lola or Damage by ?IRS.
Also, r.gainst tho Perils of tho has and Inland Nat lotion
(ULLA. Mrirtr Storllug,
Jamog M. Coopur,
Jarno.3 Park, Jr.,
Lamar M. Pennock,
Capt. Samaul C. Young,
PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE
No. 149 Clitsiniat Slrect,
Opp faite thu Custom Iform.
WILL MAKE ALL KINDS OF INSU
RANCE, either Perpetual or 'Limited, on ',very
deacription of Property or Mork:hemline, at roaaonable rates
ROBERT P. 111NCI, Prt.eijeut.
LI. W. 1111,1.K , Z1N, V.ZII
Charles Hayes, I. H. o.pe,
E English, Ii6CAI go W. Br..wu,
P. B. Savory, le,oph S. rani,
C. Sherman, John Clayton,
ti J. triagargue, E. INilor.
F. BIACBDUANI., Secretary.
J. U. COFFIN, Ageut,
Jy4.ly Cor,,er 'ibird and Wood .trouts
1-10 TELS & REST.ORA.NTS.
BLAIRSVILLE, INBAANA COUNTY, PA
COL. ROBT. EVANS, Proprietor,
HAVING PURCHASED THIS ROUSE,
from its former well-known Proprietor, B. D.llar
ker, tieg and refitted it, lam now prepared to receive and
accommodate vtaitnra. Trio rooms are largo and airy, and
well furnished. A good table always provided.
In rorinoct. : oll with the House, there is also a good Livery
Stable. Terms mcderste. COL It. EVANS,
4 a - r - i . VIX I? , elhitir Ito ti t t1111AUt) ,
No. 111 }MOD Street ,
0 , ..•
JAMES EATER, Proprietor.
LAKE AND EASTERN FISH SOLD
Wholesale and Retail, at the lowestrash prices.
Larg3 supplies of Molcne, reaches, and Sweet P0ta!,,:,,,,
rezeived daily. Moo, Now York Prince's Boy 1r.,,,, Ef.rt,o,-,
!:Th.'ll Oyslefl, the fli,rai eer 1.. ,, 101t to tnt4 city. Ev.ry
delicacy of the sesieln 6611E4.4'10y ou hand, and served up In
the i. - !44t i:alatatil, utyle. •Dan't 1,-,rget the Excelsior Rffd
tso mit, No. 111 Wood utrett. 04
s t int r osdgin,
ILLIANI O. A LLAGHE R,
Fifth Straet, Next D.arr to h Thea:re.
The house le new, built ovorially for the pnrpolos ol a
Prat flia:e ItesLauran!, and Saloot, and the proprietor hav•
lug had many years exn.rialve In the Lomita4a t iii keep
conatantly on hat d tbt‘ ,‘ t.Z.l=lt that tho netrkata °turd. WO
4Vittaa, Liquors and Men, arm cr thc beat quality. tie wants
alt hia aldprimula and Cho generally to give him a
r.drot the Syrup:6lnm..
iascoll , tiou SE,
f)or•s• trivia glire.et anal Dutiviisiva Aysty, i
• - ' "
rITTFT.T , i , I - 1:1;:i . ,..
ii. D. iyfivrtxtrt, - - - PROPRI ETOII,
(Vora,c,rly of the "Marker House,' illakr,villa, Pa )
rill LI E SUOTT HOUSE IS NOW COM-
A PLIE'VNI) ANTI OPEN rill 11 . 1JEST:i. It is aitnat,,,l
In a contra) part of the city, being i ouveniont to nil Railroad
fieliot4 rind Fittv;nitiet3 Litnitit.Kii.
'tit. Howie wall' liiCilt iu lbiiii, with all modern Improve
in.iiite, and fitted rip lu aplc-nd id .ryd•—the Cu tile Puruilliin
being :lc W—Aild Will 111 I.ooly 1,150 c l. ho it Ill'At i In n s Ilotel.
1000 :iTAIII,ES w', attach-1 6. Ine premi,". 1 te.1.24
Con N Wrirdir.ll.4i kb 1 . 1 ! , :bl' It Vit .4_llll'.
By ELI YOUNG, Firm ST R.. Err .
.....„,,, ' T 1. ., ittteia Hu of M. - .raliar,t4. ~- -
~..," and nilont is di rot7toil to thie l
. i p
„.,, , - - - oi d
tf...Lestqintlllit.alt; who it htie Love r..-eutty titttlit
II? foi It - .p parDc.,..; of a;_it..l,a4 a 81.11E3T.V. , 1- . . .
r ti 41. EATII;I7 tin ut:s 1Z 4 CRI , ITII4 I, I,4)OiTION ,
OLcut , y 11.14ie tat.,otrat i t univhet . nco particularly Pd vitod to
call. tvoljthilig porittining to at BATING SALOON wlll .
i1,,,,ig 1 , 0 found, of the frealiti,t tin, inetitot ittYo.iil4.
TUE NAtiONAL MOON,
Und•r Voster'n New NKLlonal Ttionirg,
D. BARN A RD, - - - PROPRIETOR,
LAS k'II"FED UP IN A TASTEFUL
and comfortable sty le, the centre ctozo in We
°DU teI.:LLOWS If ALL, F:111 t, 119 a FIRST CLASS
taiIBTAURANT and flaying had many years'
experience in thin business, lie Is prepared to simply the best
the market affords. His liar will be Inruisbed at all times
with the best Wines, Liquors and Alas the entrance I)
the Saloon, is in the tVtitt.t , of tha Ball and refreshments
will be famished at all times, DAY and NNW - 4' (aaauny■
(:OR. PENAPA AVENUE 4 vig.fp
I , ..F.AsninlcTort,-
A. F. BEVERIDGE
11. lc -ANA-GA.
U. S. HOT EL9
0 - vitculto tgio Powea. U.1..111'0=14: DaPut,
11A.184.108.40.206 U Kt}, PA. I a 5
FORMERLY U. S. mina.,
riiIIIS HOUSE, IS LOCATED ON . TiiE
coruer of PENN and WASIIINGITON Streets, betwt-iYI
the CENTRAL, AND WESTERN - RA LI tOA TYPPeirtd, any
in a UTIP.I';'.I;2, 4.4cd t go N41154(46] Lind
%tab uovi tartiittac, is now the most rely,
nleilt Pittabarah_ p--••
ers by Railroad, East
or Won. rayB:ly
ANSION IiOUtSE, GQT RE A.S.U - RENTZ,
!ANL PROPMETOI3 341 - Liboity street, lust beside the
Passeoger Perot of the Pennsylvania Railroad, which makes
it Ilia most convenient house in the city for PapEollgers arri•
wing by that road. ,
tfrhe proprietor having, at considarablo expensa, fitted up,
In excellent style, the MANSION, UOUBd, w riid rtkiPact"
fully 14olizit 4 444 u of public plitromago. There to attached
a splandid STABLE and extensive WAGON YARD, afford.
lug ample nocummoillition to travelers mid teams - ten. His
Ltriler and Dar will Lc ft,rniin,sl with tha bast the market
tan afford. fabLy
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
A. 31Xf. ' rAaLAND.
Corner of Fourth nod Scala:al:Mild Streets,
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT
he he receice4 hia Eavr:e - ,; Assortwent of
GENTLEMEN'S DIMS GOODS,
Of the newest Etylea, best quality and most elegant descrip
tions, which he is tmpared to maittifacturo to ordar in tho
And wills such a character of workmanship, as cannot fail
to satisfy and please the most fastidious tastes, (mylO
Lippincott, Shorten & Fr eon,
NO. ltit WOOD STREIET, NBAB. FIETII.
MANUFACTURERS OF TRUNKS, Vo
lker], &at and Bonnet Bases, Ladies Traveling
Trunks, Carpet Bags, &c., keep constantly tot hand a tarp
Stock. We aro prepared to do a wholetale L-r.tde, and hay.
log facilitie's to tarn oat good stock at reduced prices, Fe
would invits ' the tiS4O to cell and ayamiuo our gooqe he.
,••• • .1+,4..6. 41•• .14 a ••
WINDSOR SIIADES.—GoId bordered,
yv plain_ and fancy. Alad, altado Trimmings, ac.,
always on Band at and fur Bala cbeap by • r
J.' 8 .11. PUILLTPI3,
la viltl 2.43 and 28 et. (11air atrePt.
ILL AND COLLECTION BOOKS-A,
AI large assorlmaant al , a4a on 1.a.n.:40r tonglO to order..
Corner Market and Becolainroibb:-
,A,tm of 238 acne, near Economy, for
saki by 13. QUZIMaT SON,
7' I liattal Ansi.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
ROBERT A. LOOMIS, ;
(Sacces.lor to B. T. O. Morgan,)
STATIONER AND DEALER LN BOORS, pertioDiceu
No. 11 Flab strcust, Pittsbm gh, Pa.
THE underaigned havo ontor3d into Co-
Platiteedlllp, n,eler the ILSlcol Wui. U. Jolihet.eu & Co.
MUHL It. .70IrNSTON, J It.,
WI lAA AM 0. JOlnfel'ON.
Septeulbcx b, 150.
B. It. J 01111.1401,, JR WTI. 0. JOTTARTOI4
AV al. O. JOUNS'I'ON C 0. ,&
QTATIONEIts, flunk Book Manufacturerri,
JOB PRINTFRS, No. 57 Wooil
'OOP! Awl ter , urtli, PiLtnlaugli, Pit. tit-3U
TOBACCO AND SEUARg,
s D. RINEHART,
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS
Safety and Economy An Light.
WILY WILL YOU BURNAILIAIPLIFINFI
AND FLUID, when you cau grttil cheaper hod bet ,
ter light. Pure lierosehe Oil, made (O, the Kea or Cannel
Coal, produces the cheapest, meet brillt nt, shouly plenaant
cud safe portable light ever offered trrithe public, and no
danger of nulostou; atone brililentlltAn gas; and gotta lid
clioll, • heilmoe of Ur uud mauaged con
utrUCt(On. Por sale by 'l'. D. &011191)KINSOZ.1,
No. Smithfield street. •
Bavtart , of u COTlllterielt 11.1111111T -IL tllO Mark Pt, nittdal,
from Cataithouo. a litho C..nl iii-touvout it. I f.. 2 ay
COOKING B. GAS.
A WORD TO 1:111J.1 LADING.
THE H RATIO) ICRN11;-; APPROACH
ING, and w. attentka Tadao to tha
COOKIN I HAD N
c4a hu duun with et . ,/litA.ll, 01, heat, V4illl
- EC/CA(lOd With kkeli. !lain„ always rea•y in
I.llUllllJOL — by 11(1111,j
na g gruw uci;-diing KtGve,
To which met , r,pectfitli:, twit L, at No. 75
Sralthtloid xttueL :yT "107 i itioN & Bit).
*A_ Camay and 0114 night.; fur 6,10 ttpl:2:titta
CONFNCT - 1011, C
ELJP;ON, 0 . 0 P E
C Tr oN,VONFEC
• 1 0 N L.: 1 N 1+ L o r
N• 117 NVIIOT.I.
oN, C o
N , 0 N r-N 0 T t) N
VOU4 o a .
Tau west pulasuut, 110.113 44E1 117. m 1LL , a1.,13 , now
Prepared and bold, wholesalo and ratan, by
ANGELL A lAA rr,
Cur. Wood abd Sista sta , Pitcbburgb, ,
Aud bold by Druggists gutturally. lu2l
QT. CIIARLES LIVERY SA RI.!?~,--
The undersigned hee hon,^l3 LL;) loan
tba abcve Llama' nib:Meg, ro
• gather quit a portion of the - cited.
• stidatody.'of liorsaa and Carriages,
Vole VToi , fgb o f 3 4 1 M 4 lifiit/401‘1, 1 10:Ittei - A. In addition
to the stOclt'llettire-mottildned, ho has also added a nombyr of
HORSES, 111:ItiOntS AND OARILIAGILS,
which were formerly employed at his Livery Stables in
Third, below Wood streot. As he gives his personal 'Wen:
thin to the huskiest% a cputinuancs of the patronago which
ho has hitherto receiveirthrs public is fintiPll/4V!,
-OL. idiarlei Livery Stables.
N. O.—A unARSE tind any nttmberof CURIO-W 2 can
always be-prom:mixt foritanerals. ' deZ
THE CHEWICAL ERA t c,i4VE
suA.y, rukuutiv24 - 4.7..4 . 4. 1.1'.`1 - 4 ;i„ Sawyer, re
' t tea ft.ASN'ilikt> * Over all other kinds ever offered for
Eta advantages ovor, other Soapn,are t—let. It la cheaper
to Pee. 000 pound bAng.egual to three of common twilit
Soap. 2.d. Half dm time need only be recopied in Nvantung
when this Soap in used in place of other Soap. 3d. Labor
in trashing can ha nearly theperood wt:th, r f a toe clothe-a
old require little if any ria.Ling, thug &Voiding their wear
on the wr,;: - .4.10ard. 4th. Lotting the clotkos Is unnecessary
linen this Sarin In used, and hard or salt water answers
egnalig an wall us , soft. fah. Print era, alachirol^ l'Atuters
and 01:1101 - ii, and it far superior to eit.cer Soave. It's - irtfidily - re-
ISIOVed grtw,e, tar; patut, printer fr ink and Mkt' 'reef the
leiutir, leaving the skin soft, nud (tee Item chapping.
To avoid' the labor of rubbing the elothea, or t nso of
thd wash-board, the following tlirec:ft;?pri siionlithe tailovind
of a isially, take ono
uppg.4 is into shavings, and dissolve in one
01 hot liViiier; put the clothes into a tub containing
at.ont ton gallons of warm water; pour in the dissolved
Soap, and stir thoroughly. Litt them soak twenty to thirty
minutes, wring out, and rinse in warm wat.4 once, cold
water twice. A very dirty wrist-It:AO, es tam, or grease
epots, may require a alight inheing, but otherwise the
clothes will coma out .elean and white, without rubbing or
honing. Cold water may be tined in place of hot, requiring
about double time In soaking.
Pier Observe our name ou oak liar.
For sale, (n tiny quantity, ha one Wdtot,9l.ll . 9ti4a. 45' Wood
egret,ithci at on works, 0t , i , 0, , A,' , the itiVan fleas°, l'Liii
n3 I Viso in a, V.11,: 4 . .15.'0. a J 11. SAWYER.
____....,_ i No. , 11 Wood street.
„ 01 i
D UCK W 1.1.11,A I. ii I.oUit.-20 sacks .13nek
whiaii !Fleur, nu tti stick,s, Ja.4 rwoisrst and for sale
by I.ieIJA.NDLE.SB, MitiN9 . CO.,
:.,Sat lltirner 'Wow awl Water stroas.
1 4 1 LOU IL-25 MAIL Superfine Flour received
aud fur nalo by 11141ANI)Lb.P, MI AIM 4 . 0).,
t2U 00 . 146 i Wow anti water etrGata.
FA'""RANT RIFLES.—A most desirable
and cheap woopon, at fIOWN TItTLIOY'9,
tbvl Na. 130 Wood ctreet..
prirao urtieie of No. 1 Lard, in
I:att . :do and Logs, Jinn recOrmi and for sale by
McCANULESS, MEANS CO.,
Cantor of Wood and Water stroots.
~C . Ei o wao ;
100 Wain PtTpor, Jnet received and fur tale
MILLER. k kdOUETSON.
1! , .. ?II and 223 Lit arty strezt.
NEW ARRIVALS.—Wa are taking into
,turn, (128 Wood str.i.,) Lock of Mir
Paper for jobt4.l pawal Ara.); Letter, Cap and Note ;
itigeNit variety; Manilla Papers, of every else,
and as cheap as they can be bought in the L'ist, where we
offer wholesale or retail, very low for Coati.
apt .INU. & CO
AKA Piefi,•Trout, Salmon,
.4,61 and Pickaxe' constantly on hand, a full stock to supply
tltuuholosale by [myBl HENRY 11. COLLLN.S.
• - •
ORANGES. -300 bxs. swot, just received
and fur rd.) b it aYSIER& ANDERSON,
No. 89 Wood street,
nnt , l7 Oprelte the St. Charles Hotel.
IROQMS.-100 do 4. E.l.tra Oorn Brooms
on 11404 e t pd F,lt , by
41i) 2 1b. a * J. U. SAW-UM.
)LISTER Tiumm INOS—Drab and Gray
Bantus' Binding and Tassidu, ink opened at
JOE. 11011,N1n, 77 Mark - ot street.
.N STEEL SPRING SKIRTS—Or t h e
moat graceful sham, On Land at " HORNE'S,
mvS , • ;: • -77 Market street,
CiEED SWEET VOTA'f OE 8.-20 barcaL3
' Hoed swezt Potatoca) reiVe4 aar i far
14 . 416"41. VMS;
4i•24 curgor l!dartet and Pint streets.
PICKLES. -6 bbbi. Cucumber Pickles re.
ceitad and for sale by JAMES A. BBTZBIL
ha) Cotner Market aril Virzi streets.
300 U &1I ER Y Basin's,
_IL Wright's, Glenn's and Harrison's Bxtracts for the
handkerchief., constantly on baud at
Corner D',nmand eitniMarket st.
- - - - .
DICE AND RIOI4I FLOUR;
Coin Starch ;
bitter Gies; starch ;
Baker's 00e03 and Broma;
Fresh Cocoa Shell.
Rocoical and :or Bale at
JAYNES' TEA BTORE,
e 4 ES Atilt attoet
ELLII M COPYING BOOK S.—These
hooka possess grail advantages over any , others;
the paper being thick and strong will nut tear when. wet.
It takes a moat polfect inepre+;iiion and 14 convenient fouler
to. When once in use their superiority is apparent. Bold
by W. 4.). JOLLNETIN 44 00.,
:_.- i 0.3 Stationers, EN Wood rt.
$9OO FOR SALE—A two story brick
house, of Du reorns, well arranged, pared
yard, with h . ydratit, hake oven, smoke hawse, dee. The
1101LBC is In good repair. painted and papered. filtnete on
East Lane, Allegheny 014% 'forms easy.
S. HBERT - a BON,
Jr :17 . .• 151 Market street.
RAY STATE APPLE PAEAN(' MA
_co OIIINE,—A vwx lIPEFOL AND BUPERIOR AR•
TIOLE—By Rye turns of tha crank., the apple ie PARED,
CORP and BLIOED. Patented, November 11th, 1858, and
February 17111, 1857, in Enropo.
For ludo In any quantity, at No. 74 Wood street, Mb/-
laugh. Please call and ex-amino for yourselves."
Y 29 SAMUEL FA1D16570013..
WISCO N SIN MONEY—Notes of all Vil3-
cousin Bunko,' bought by
Harm H. COLLINS. 25 Wood att-oot.
WOOD STREET .
SALIL—An undivided third part of that valuable
property, situate aF the -oarner of Sixth and Wood streets,
harking 130 feet front on Wood by 60 deep on Sixth street.
One-third of the above , will be Bold for $9,000. One-half In
hand—balanca at one, two and three years.
61 Market Area.
IIarYDRAIILIO PRESEIRD CANDLES.—
too porea-liidiaand Prime Idiatlit Oandlivi,'l443d
orpressly far Rammer pit), bu hand-and Comae. by •''
& CL d J. 11. ['Awns.
maim FL Mu arriving, tad
DX1,1,11119 11 AIL sumo OY
No. 1:19 WOOD STRERT
SHER ia lyE b S y
th P e ß l' U th ali ec A thion of T t l 2 l4 ACas, t of the he G r e e n - -
etal Miserably of Pennsylvania, passed July 20, 1839, enti
tled "An Act relating to the Elections of this Common
weatth," it is enjoined on the Sheriff of every county to give
entice of such elections to be held, and enumerate in such
nodes what officers are to be elected. In. pursuance there
of, 1, BODY PATTERSON, Sheriff of the county of Alle
gheny, do. therefore make known, and. give this public no
rico to the electors of, said county of Allegheny, that a Gen
eral Election will be hold in Said county, on TUESDAY, the
Utth dal of October, A. D. , 1 vaa, at the several Election Dis
And as directed by said 13th section of the Act of July,
1839, I hereby give notice that every person ("xcepting Jus
tices ofthe Peace,) who shall bold any office or appointment
of point or trust, tinder the Government of the United States,
or of this Sta e, or of any city, or incori,orated district,
whether a commissioned officer or otherwise,n subordinate
officer or agent, who is or shall he employed under the
legislative, executive, or Judiciary &pertinent of this State,
er of the United States, or of any city or incorporated din
trict, and also that every, member of Congress, and of the
State Legislature, and ofthe Select or Common Council of
any City, or Commissioners of any incorporated district, is by
law incapable of holding or exercising at the same time, tl e
office or appointment ofJudge, Inspector or Clerk, of any
election of tele Commonwealth; and that no Inspector,Judgo,
or other officer of any each election shall be eligible to any
office to be then voted for.
And further, that by the 4111 section of the Act of April
16th, 1840, it is provided, that the aforesaid 13th section of
the Act of July ad, 1839, shall not be so construed as to pre
vent any militia officer, or borough officer from serving as
Judge, Inspector or Clerk, at any generator special election
in this Commonwealth.
Theelectors of the First Ward, of the city of Pittsburgh,
to meet at the honer formerly occupied by Airs. Jane Little,
at the corner of Fourth and Ferry streets, iu said Ward.
The electors of the Second Ward of the city of Pittsburgh
to moot at the Public School House in said Ward.
The electors of the Third Ward of the eV y of Pittsburgh,
Find Precinct, to meet at the 11 , ,0 , of - car
net of Tunnel and Wylie etc-etc.
F , lcond Precinct to meet at the house of Francis Jaridson,
on the corner of Sixth and Smithfield streets.
The electors of the Fourth Ward of the city 01 Pittsburg':
to meet at the Public School Douse in said Ward.
The electors of the Fifth Ward of the city of Pittsburgh,
first precinct, to inset at Libe -ty Street School Honse; sec
ond precinct, at the S.hool House, corner Pike and Walnut.
The electors of the Sixth Ward of the city of Pittsburgh ,
to meet at the Public School House in said Ward.
The electors of the Seventh IVurd of the city of Pittsburgh
to meet at the public School house in Kidd Ward.
The electors of the .Eighth Ward of the city of Pittsburgh
to meet at the Public School house in said Ward.
The electors of the Ninth. Ward of the city of Pittsburgh
to meet at the Public School House in said Ward-
The electors of the First Ward of the city of Allegheny to
meet at the ahiiller Engine House, Dank Lane.
The electors of the Second Ward of the city of Allegheny
to meet at the house of widow Thompson, north-west cor
ner of Ohio street and the Public Square.
The electors of the Third Ward of the city of Allegheny to
meet at the Public School House in said Ward.
The electors of the Fourth Ward of the city of Allegheny
to meet at the house of T. Smith, at the corner of ltobitoon
and Anderson streets.
The electors of the borough o; iiirmingham, first precinct
to leeet at the Cahoot House; second precinct at the Bur
ge, office, in said borough.
The electors of the borough of East Birmingham to meet
at, Schod Home No. l,.iu said borough.
The electors of Duquesne borough b• t0.,-t at the Public
School House iu said buyeagi.
The electric of tlle bormigh of Lawrenceville to meet at
ioe Public School House in said borough.
The electors of the borough of Sliarpsbarg to meet as the
house of James Sharp inn Said I;orany-h.
The electors of the borough of ab Keesport to meet at the
Town Hall in said borough.
Thu electors of the borough of South Pittsburgh to meet
at the home formerly occupied by E. McAnnirich, at end of
the Menongahela Bridge, lu said borough.
The electors of the borough of WAst Pittsburgh to meet at
the School 'louse in said borough.
The electors of the borough Elizabeth to meet at
the public School llonsebhold torongli.
The eloetcwil of the'botaffigh of Taraffinnt to meet at the
public Scheel lions° to said hortragh.
The elec h iors of the borough of Manchester to meet at the
41tiblie School lIMIse in said borough.
The electors of the borough of Elizabeth to meet at the
house of ii. G. Taylor, formerly occupied by John Walker
in said borough.
The electors of the borough of Sowickly to me , ,t at the
public School House in said berouell
The electors of Mgnongtyreit lierengh, to meet at ea
,c 1 ::,t.use, in saidiorough.'
electors of Election Dtstric t Na 1. in p.ablea t own _
Wiif, to meet - at the Glen Hotel, in said township,
The electors of Election 2, of Peebles town
ship, to meet at the hemp of John Behles, io the village o
Vie electors of Pitt totvnallip to meet at the site of Mrs.
Murray's Tavern, in said township, except the qualified
voters residing in sections No. 4, 1 and 14 of the ute.
tr:ct. who shall vote at all 'general elections in the Ninth
ward of the city of Pittsburgh.
The electors of Conine township to meet at the house of
Win. McCall, Jr., in the village of East Liberty.
ebtiora of Wilkins township to meet at the house of
John Shaffer, on the Greensourg Turnpike read ie said
' The electors of plop, township to meet at the house of
John Bomerville In said township.
The electors of Patton township to meet al the house of
Abraham Taylor, oh the northern turnpike, in said township.
• Tee electors of Vette township to meet at the bones of IL.
Dohn i ldthan, rg 41to boechborg road, in said township.
The electors of Versailles township to meet at the public
School House, on the farm of David Shaw, near the White
House, formerly occupied by Thomas Neal, now by
' The electors of. Elizabeth township to meet at the house
of IL G. Taylor, formerly occupied by John Walker, in
Elizabeth borou g h.
The electors o Jefferson township to meet at the house of
Michael Snee, formerly occupied by John King, in said tp,
' ' The electors of Mifflin township to meet at the house of
Samuel Wilson, formerly occupied by Jar. H. Neal, in said
The electors oiljpper St. Clair township to meet at the
Feriae cid/Vl:lea Connor, in said township.
The elect. rs of Lower St. Clair township to meet at the
houie lately kept by F. Celle, at the !unction of the Binning
ham and Coal Hill roads, in said township.
The electors of Chartiers township to meet ILL the house
of Wm. Obey; on the Pittsburgh and Stenbenville turnpike.
; The electors of Robinson township to meet at the house
of Sarah McFarltind, formerly Andley McFarland, in said
The electors of Findley township to meet at the house of
McClelland A. Armor, formerly occupied by J. Charles In
the Ohio of Clinton, in said township.
The electors of Moon township to meet at School House
No. 4, in said townithip.
The electors of' Ohio township to meet at the bonne of FL
V. Thompson, in said township.
The electors of Franklin township to meet at the house
occupied by Joseph Holemau, in said township
The electors of Reserve township to meet at the School,
Pietas No. 3, In said township.
The electors of Baldwin township 4o meet at the house of
John Corwin, in said tow/184.11p.
'bibs electote of Macedon township to meet at the house of
Peter Royer, in said township.
The electors of South Fayette township to meet e.,l,ti n e
house of If, Hays, on the farm of G. Y. Coolie:, in said tp.
The electors of ? North Fayette fotanship to meet at the
house formerly occupied by Viands Jamison, at Rodgers'
Mill, in Said township.
. The debtors of Ross township to meet at the house of U.
Dahzell, on the Franklin road, in said township.
The electors of Pine township to meet ea the house of Hugh
Crummy, in raid townehip.
The °Meters - of 11.1cOand16ss township to meet at the house
of .11iseph Moon, in said township.
The electors of West Doer township to meet at the house
of Nathan Conley, in said township.
The electors of East Deer township to meet at the public
School House, in theLorough of Tarentnm.
The electors tit:Neville township to meet at. School house
No. 1, (hereafter to be Called Chaplin.)
The electors of Sewickley township to meet at the house
of Samuel Ritchie, in said township.
The electors of Indiana township to meet at the house
hauler!) , ocaupled by Alex-Turner, in said township.
The qualified voters of that part of Indiana township, In
Allegheny county, residing within the following described
boundaries, to wit: Beginning at a point on the Allegheny
river, at the upper line on the farm of Jno. Cable, and run
wing a northerly cameo, between the farms of said Cable
and John Boyd, to the north-east corner of Cable's. tarn _
thence running a westerly comma to the Shakes township i
line, in eachmahoer as to embrace all farms or lots situ
ated in Canningharuas althea and known as the river tracts
within said boundaries, shall hereafter vote at tba general
election in the borough of Sharpsborg, at the election poll
The ejectors of Stealer township to meet at John Shaw's
Mill, in said township.
The electors of Crescent township to meet at the School,
House of Shousetown.
At which time and places. the qualified electors as afore
said will, by ballot, vote for
Five persona for membera of the House of Rept( sentatlves
One person for member of the Senate of Ponnsylvaatia.
Ono jareon for Sheriff of Allegheny county.
One person for Prothonotary of the District Court, and
Conn of Common Pleas of Allegheny county.'
One person fur Coroner of Allegheny count,
One person for CoMmissioner of Allegheny county.
One person for Auditor of Allegheny county... •
And they will also vote, by ballot, for one pelson for Ca.
nal Commigirien. r of Pennsylvania, and
One person for Judge of- the Supreme Court of Petesyl
And the citizens of the several boroughs and townships
will sect one person for Director of the Poor of said county.
And the electors aforesaid residing north and west of tine
Ohio and Allegheny rivers, and comprising with Butler
county, the XXIld Congressiona,l District, will vote for one
person to represent said district in the Congress of the Cub
ted Stites.. •
And the electors aforesaid, not residing in the above die.
trict, will elect one person to repreaent the X.X.Lst Oen gess
ional District In the Congress of the United States.
Given under my band and seal, at Pittsburgh, this 16th
day t,f September, A. D.,.1853. and of the independence
of the United States, the eighty-third. • se2o
_T ANA COFFEE.--Just received a lot of
btricoy pure Old Covamment Java Coffee. - Alto, is
gayrn and Eau Ec.4.30, Ekt JAYNES' TEA STOILE,
38 Fifth street.
111DURE BLACKBERRY AND CHERRY
BRANDY, for medicinal purposes, at
HAWORTH A BROWNLEE'S,
jet, In the Diamond.
WOK RESTS—Made of Mahogany and
Jul won finished, for sale by W. 11..11AVE,N,
LA , ER'S' SEAL PAPERS Varion
sizes and colora.idways on hand, at
. -W. f3. - HAVEN'S;
Jeli Corner Market and Second eta.
tIRIthIAN DRAWING PAPER—In rolls
‘....11 for llngravera, for tale by J. It. WELDIN,
atria ' C 2 'Ward Ore* t. near Vernik,
O_,UM BANDS, Port Folios, Desk - Pada,
ILA Hankers Oases. Part Honshu,. and Pocket Books, for
Sala by W. S. HAVEN'S,
• • Horner llarkot and Second streets.-
aIINNY SACKS. - -300 large three bushels
` 1 1,14 Omni Banks, Tatar and in good order, fantate by '
_ FETZEFA, :-
Oarnar First and Zdsairetatrxda._
,OAESTNIITS.-5 barrels Pam, receive
111 j. thia day; and for sale by
TIMMER t ANDERSON,
N 0.89 Woodalvot.
Onesila IS. Qbades WWI
- WESTERN UNIVERSITY.
TRH PALL TXM OP TH/9 IHEIIMMON WILL
OOMALENOE ON MONDAY, BEPTEISIBM .tiro.
Candidates for admission will present themselves at the
University Entitling. corner of Ross ailal - Dfattiond streets,
un DIONDAY next, et 9 o'clock..
nol: 4 2th , W. BAKEWEILL, Socrotery.
1411adame Appollite 'retedeux's
VIAENCit ANti ENGLISH BOARDING
AND PAY SCHOOL VOTING' LADLES, 148
Third street, Pittsburgh, PA. This School, designed on tho
plan of French' Soho°twin Franco, and iaodiiletins to the
English departments on the plan of ,Frepoh,schoola, in the
Unite'' States, otters to young , ladles, besides a full Euglifili
course, the' best opportunity lot thoroughly acquiring ttlm
French language and literature, the,Principal having re
sided several years in- Evince, and being assisted by Mr.
Tetedottx, a native of Paris, and a graduate oi,tho' 4 ‘ College
French cuul Latin will ho integral WA% or tin ,coltrlle.
The Flue; Arta will bo taught under the superintendence
of Mr. 'Petedour a pupil from the Conservatory Of Pails.
Arrangements have 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 , tll6 Pron . & language, and
improve in the Fine Arts. - .
School Will open on the second Monday of September.
E.xponses by tho.term of Piro Months:—Board $100; Tu
ition $3O; Vocal Music $25; in classes $1l; Piano $25; one
of instrument $5; Berman and Italian,'each $25, !debases
$10; Drawing, in classes $10; 01 and • Water. Colors at the'
"Professor's'pricti. All eharges payablii in adirance.
k'or circnlars and further particulars apply to the
Pd t. CLEILENT TETKDOII.X. 'announces to the public
that he hao taken np his reAdencein Pittsburgh, and Is now
prepared to giv6 L5530:111 in Vocal Musk.
For tiring and further particulars apply to John H. Mel
lor's Moele Store, No. Sl.Vood et, aull:6wd
MRS. M. 11. M YEE S'
HOME SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADLES,
Will rc•cpon on the KEST MONDAY of September, at lwr
residence, No. 249 Penn etreet. After the that of October,
a lia.itod number or Boarding Scholars will be received Into
the family. Arrangements have been nuvle to accom ~udate
day Larders, if deAred to aontry patrons. There will be
two ~.BSIOTIP a day, front 9to 12 and 2 to 4 o'clock. For
Lme, e , rculars, etc., inquire of Church WWI; store, Fifth
street; 11. Mellor, or of the F:lacipal. an2d:2w'
iron City Commercial College,
i - aweirgh, oAartered, 1855.
300 91.1oDaiira ATTZDIDIN4,JeritiAUT,IB6B..
Now the largest and most thorough Commercial School
a Ow United States.
Young Men Prepared for Jfilual Duties of the Clounting Room.
d G. NNIIPTI, A. 61., Professor of Book-Roping nod
thaeace OI Accounts.
e. T. DOUPElFll.l7'Tenchor of. Arithmetic and Commercial
J. A. iImYDRIOK and T,O.JEINKTiIti Toaacrs et Book.
COWWMI, an 4 W. A. Mt L.LER,Profereers of Pen
Magi. , ant amide Entry Houk-Keeping, m 3 need in ovary
department of Ruttiness. llmumnrcial, Arithmetic, Rapid
Business Writing, Detecting Counterfeit Money, Mercantile
Qua'reipondbrice, Commercial Law, are taught, and all ether
aohjects neceuaary for the HACCEII3 and tttorongti edunitton
of a practical business man.
Drawn all the preminthe in - Patiihnrgh, for the part throe
years, also in Eastern and Werter4 Cities, far. best Writing,
Off' AND NOV coy, mown , WORE,
iltioleuts enter at tins - tirne—No"vacation—Time unlimited
—Soviets at pleasure—Graduates assisted in obtaining sit
nation Fl —Tuition for [fill Commercial Course, $36--Average
time 8 to Id weeks—Board, $2,60 per week—stationery, $8
—Ent: , cost, $6O to $7O.
*sr Minh-tors' 13[1114 received at half price.
For Card—Circular—specimens of kinainesti and Orna
mental Writing—m=lo'o two Maw, and address
F. W. JENKINS,
an 6 PI tbiburgh, Pennsylvania.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
CUTIIBEIVI & SON'S OFFICE, No: 51
. Market street, far the sale and purchase of Real
6state, renting houses, attending to Insurance and repairs,
obtaining loans on bonds, mortgages, hc,; making convoy.
alleelh (lands, bonds, ha; writing letters and corresponding
with parties abroad, Sm. d oclB
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
11ilrAN015.--Isiessra. Hanna, Oarreteon & co., Robert
Park*, Esq. ;31-
ALEXANDER GARRET T.
REAL ESTATE AGENT, NO. 60 WATER STREET,
Das for sale Lands in 1111noio, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Michigan and lowa. Ile will exchange Lands In Wisconsin,
Ac., fur rittaburgb manufactmos, and also for city property.
All lotion of inquiry answered gratis, by addressing me as
PROPERTY FOR SALE OR RENT.
AGRIST MILL--Thrcie run of stones and
all the nanchinOry complete, corn and -cob cracket,
km., all in good order, with a dwelling house, stable and
two lots of ground, situate in South Pittsbnrgh i and . will be
sold on very easy terms by 8, UUTI3Bi9j tc SON,
j oIT 61 Market stroet.
T _AWRENCE cO,UNTY S BONDS .WANT
ED, iu er4Alage for land.
144'3 8. CUTHBERT & 51. Market et.
ASTEAM MILL itiedralile - raniiing or
der, with divolling ,rioar tho'eity, for
WESTER,N LANDS of good . quality, fdr
sale or exeltange for Real ?;state in tho city...
uir2-2 B: CITTLIBBILT 1 BON. 51 Markets:.
_EI AMI LIZ" RESIDENOE FOR SALE—A
valuable property of 150"fdet trent on Covington st.,
Lii.Wrenceville, by lOU deep on Washington street to cherry
alloy, Brick Dwelling Hones - of 7 rooms well arranged,batn
room, porch, well of water and pump, stable and coal house,
kitchui ra,nge, etc. The rooms aro newly painted and pa!
pored, shade end fruit trees, grape artior, grtiit"N'artoty of
flowme, ate.; good 'p fence. hThe above offers a 'good
opportunity la 'bay a o ratilete and pleasant residence.
Price low, and terms accommodating.
S. CIITIIBERT E SON,
Beal Esteto and Genoral'Agents;
jell - 51, Market street.
SIZE of tho cheap ,Building . LORI
ror salo by B. CUPIIIIERT & SON is 30 by 100 cot:.
Location—Near the railroad station, Elatliiberty.
Prico--Froni $275 to $4OO each.
Tonne---Onelourthla hanil; remainder at six years credit.
The Plan call be seen at the Steal Estate Who', 51111arket
'DEAR I'l' IN MIND, that tho Eaot Lib. ;
1.0 t•rty - Lots 'aro offered nt.scich 'prices and oa,sneb oasy
terms, as to make a borne easily to bo obtained.
Bear it in mind, that they front on sea streets" aro of
easy access by railroad, and are very desirable locations for
family a-shim:ices. . .
Bear it in mind, that tho plan of the lots is to do soon at
.012 i fd at A RRET ii,TitERT. -
ACRES of choke Prairie, and Timber Land, situated
iu Northern lona and /leathern Minnesota, ombrachig the
driest lot of farming Lands ever offered in this marketota
they are !Mated conveniently to' ToWns and lines of
Railroad. Pamphlets containing information of value to
emigrants and 'catalogues lying location,. description and
price of the land, with bri f description of the counties in
which they aro located, CatIOXI had -on application at our
office, and they will be omit free by mall to 'persons goading
nd,their iuldress. WILLIAM PR s'zwit CO.,
my:6ctf Jones' Building, No. 67 YoUith street.
rffiEN DOLLARS IN $ 'LAND will secure a
4. . Banding Lot of 2.5x100 fed on Mt. Washington—
Price, sl6o—sl6 in hand, remainder to milt purchaser. At
)1g:10:4 1.031 of 6Osloo feet for $26025 in hand, balance in
payments to et6t ptiichaser. 8, OIITHBEST Et. SON,
Je,l3 , 61 Market street.
12 of Land and a comfoytablo
illatise; situate near the Washington Turnpike, .at
at,ont.3 retina front Jones' Ferry. will be Bolden:easy tonna.
Immediate peslession. B. CUTHBERT. t BON, •
je23 • - '6l' Market street;
LOT OF OROIJND inTaat Liberty, near
-a. it Railroad station au 100 fafg. will -bb told for
22), onerforirth in hand, remainder at six years' credit.
ii:VIITRERRT k SON.
ta Market street.
iCGIONT—The Co-Partnerabip of BAGA
LEY, COSAItAVE 6c Okozpired by limitation, on
the Ares instant. The business tt7il.bo math:wed by W.
BADALEY, at,lB and 20 Wood street,
who will settle np tb o
business of the late firm. W. BACIALEY,
Pittsburgh, July .22d, 1858,--jy23:ti - • -
VFW FABRICS IN DRESS' GOODS. - -
..LI MAHON a CO., dim, NO. 24 , Efth Street,-
A - r 6 now opening rich
And a splendid detection of SPIMIG SHAWLS. (ea
EED SWEET POTATO:Ea.-1715 tithels
110 Seed Sweet Potatoes -far sale 'cheap- bo ckeo: consign
merit by. JAS. A. YETZER I
man • Corner Market anditirsbstreets.
CIOMPOUNIY SYRUPS or PHOSPIATES;
N o r ort, oaßmaza, 'ROOD—This preparation is mot in
tended na a popular I. emedy, but Is res*bially Obmitted
to tiro Medical Faculty ea nutritive . tonic., well salted to
BuPPI , the wakito of elementary Mitte' during the prowess
or chronic caeca, puttenhuty in Dyspepsia and Consump
titer!. This preparation Ls Ipletutant to theme; agreeable to
the taste, and 'greatral to the stornach, and does mot bl flatus.
sate by protracted use field wholesale and retail by
JOBRPH MO M%
Comer Di deed and Marion stmt.
S. OUTH'BIAT h SON,
61: Market atreot
N 0 . 65 FI,P TH. STREE T.-
DURABLE, FIRE AND WATER PROOF.
(Recently Agent Or 11. M. Warren & C 0.,)
MANUFAcTORNII AND DEALIDI
A.!RNEN'Si FELT, CEMENT,
SATURATED ;CANVAS ROOFING,
VISLOFFICE, No. 65 *MI STItSET, opposite Odd Fel
lows Hell. Pittsburgh, I p 3379
Sumnater Lager .Begs➢'.
TEE UNDERSIGNEDBEGS - LEASE. TO
inform hie friends mod Elm publics In general, that he
is in the daily receipt of Ithia deliclotio Beer, from. the .well
known Brewery ot J. N.:Stranb, Allegheny It having
bOOn pronounced to be the beet that wee manufactured here
for many years, aud . PUlthl. Ohre me
a call and try ft JOAN
ap2A:tf Ac hi& old eland, No. lUDiamend,
Ct T 0 C -1(
AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICEB,
Alwnya on hand, and fns! sale xt
'A CARD FR()AI lin. JAMES AL JAR
RETT, OF VIE NED/ YOitil LUNG INFIRNI
AltY.—Nly connection for the past eight years with the
abova institution, as Off ef Physician, and a twelve years'
course of steady devotion fo the Cure of l'ulmonary,Con
eamption and its kindred diseases, 'together with my tin
rivalled op per tei ul tica and ail van tas,:c of pathological research
—aided not a little by a! perfect system of .ffediCai Inhata
tion—bas ediedleti me to saliva at a decisive, direct and gm
cessfni couret, of teodtmeht fer rho - positive and radical cure
of all ditto of the Titri,ii, Lungs, and islir•Partager. By
Inhalation, the vapor and emotive properties of medicine/
are directly adiessed 1- Lk: Ohn:l.a..,tl,:egntild and the integu
ment Ido not advise the, use of sleditad Inhalation of
kind, to the exclusion ti penes et Licit:l=l; and,although I
consider it a useftil aeljnvent to tho'proper nitinagement of
those fearful and often :eta! disee.e,), yet I deem it very ne
cessary that earl: p , ttiesib'should Lave the benefit of both
general and local treatment. The encceee of my treatment
in the above dieeases, and, the high characterof the Institu
tion over which I have so long had the honor to preside,are
too well known to need Any eulogy or
At the solicitation of many private and fliofessional Mendel,
through whose philanthropic aid the above charity% has been
lomettnd liberally supported, and after duo consideration, I
have concluded to make eitich arrangements as will bring
the benefits of my experiments and treatment within' the
reach of, all, and not confine myself, as heretofore, to those
only who entered the infirmary, or o 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
' cinder:, that I can tone be c.,nsulfed personalty or by ktfir,on
ail diem:wee tad above, and i that the medicines, the lame as
need in the Institrnion, prepared to suit each individual
cast). Inhaling Vapors, Merlica/ inhalers, do., dld.,!will' be
forwarded by expreas to any part of the United State/tor
the t. , adas. Eliatill—Mi terms of treatment by letter are
as f laws , is,: $;.:2 per mbntit for each patient Which. will
is nclo moditine sulllciett for one month's use; also, Inc
h ng Vapor,runi an lnh ling Apparatus: Prgment as lot.
loa: $8 to be paid to..ExPrede Agent on recitot of the box
of Medicine. and the balance sB' at the eXpiratiotielthe
M th, if the patient bo cured or is entirely satisfied with
ithe`treatnient. l'atients,hy giving " a full history of their
case, and their symptoms in fnU, can be. treated nAwell by
letter as by personal exam nation. ' Patients availing them
selves of Dr. Jarrett's treat Mara may rely npOns'immediate
an.l permanent relief, as he seldom has to treat abate OVOt
thirty days. Letters for advice promptly answered: - • Boa
further particulate, address . .. ~ .
JAI IEB Aft JAILILETT,3S.D.,
Eo. 82) Broadway,. cor, Tttelftbelat./ N.. Y.. !
P. S.—Phyttichine and °there visiting the city are se
epectinily invited toad' all the Infirmary, where many .
interesting cases can be-witnessed, : and where our, fee
proved hyena:ea/us f6t the inhalation - 'of inedidateditapor• •
can be seen and inspeated. 1 . . .. . ; '..fy30:813:1 '• - !
• MILITARY GOODS. :::`..L
THE SUBSORIBE I RS HAVE CONSTANT
LYEr on hand a compl l stock on '
MILITA - Y GOODS
oolteurriX IN PASS 07
EIV7O I 3DB,
11 - PAITGETTEB,
WPStf '11;1111.. I(llllPilgliider 917011 T norm
SILK AND BUNTING ihAGS AIADB
J3lO. B. IN , PADDEN - & SON.
fIK ,MAIMET STREET.
TAMES lIIILLINGAR, Z ONONGMIELA
PLANING MILL, would', respoOtfully infOrta the public
that he has rebuilt ,aince the fire, and-having inlarged,his
elittiblishment, and tilled It with the newsst and MOllt ap
proved maphinory,,is now prOpared to furnish flooring and
.planed boards, scrowl sawing and resawing, doors, sash and
shatters, kiln drled r fiaines, , inotildings, •box makingato.'
• Routh Pittsburgh, t3ontombor 7,1687. , [selo
CIENTS' SHOES AND GAITERS.
No. 17 EIBTII t3T,
}INDIA RUBBER CURRY. COMBS.—Thc
beat article In r6ceived"rit the India tibber
Depot, 26 and at St. Olnir ettivt. • - - -
11.1 A CLOTII CE4fsl.l-14500 yards of-vari.
ous patterns and widths, just iecerved from thc.'-fao
tory, fur sale wholesale or /stall,
- J. it IT. piatLiti, •
28' and 2EI st. ethic carrel
aLASS.-300 boxei - assorted sizes "indow
aims, good country(ran . d,i niN ar fal gy s.bar .
14 . T3148. -
BROOMS. --59 doss'iido'd and for sale by
tar n . ITENIIX IL OQLLThB.
and Trout, for sada b
NO. D. hPOREARN'S COL'D PRINTING
IN ti E—Bold by . tit I , J. 114 Vir.LPJ.N.
ORN.---10 bags al yelled Corn received an
for gale by EfFrMY H. °OWNS:
egotimay BACIO . N.---1000 the. Country
Bacon, Sbcaldtra and Bides, rocelsed . and for
spyy 1 JAS. A. FRTZI6II,
2 • • IC4zunr afarWl fad -Pipq
CUNOK ~.ROOKS-40n nll th w e .
i3. B aA ri vzN k aeLa r d
mr2Traera-,t i‘rintef and gtatltter,
VELL --- T
UMOPYLNO 130011 - 8-- - F — or gab by
v jol9 J. It. WRLD/R.
C tipo4;. Co9pers,,
m Wanted to work on tight work—gond wages given—
n ' s tau " niP t ffa 0.
: - JAS.•k. Frigaß,
.C4rner Market, and HiNA atzeo *3l
TIRIED APPLES. --50 bushels. Dried.Ap,
Plea, JELI4 receieed arvi for sale by _ •
hicOANDLEI3S; HLTIANS;II - 00;'
Corner Wood and.Water.streeta:.
in exchange for two' iota or ground. `'"
az a CUM:BE:IU lo &OK 6111arketilt.-
vv. azei ItaiWraiipiiar; ianpertor aittcle, for eels ht .
, - a.IivELDIN.,..!--
WA S ajDICIT,ON.--For - Sale.-;A
ag. comfortable two story tsar.' dwelling horizon( font'-
rooms, Wilt' a Largo lot of grannd, fruit and - stoler - trees,
Bower', an, a good cistern; with ptimp, in the kitchen, aori
c ßing fence,' sittate on Bran:tore street; Monnt Washing.
61 Market street ..,
lIMRTAITT - TO' BUYERS:---Me, .have .
now placed n n, he 'counter a lot or $ OILED -3 GAIV
BM and SHOES, liP Ir.h Wa, offer OCESAP. Calla nd exam
hoe giant. All kinds 1 summer. wear sailing Pip"'
tesSorable priceaL'h , OaltersT Mack inecoltned, with—
' BJAwithout: heels , , low. J Ohildren's .gi:Oo' ,. B.heo'h er:tba
tieWeet'stybas: We hard still a - feWire n • Patent 1,61,4er
ten left, now selitug at greatly redo :Ad pricesi :it. ..., •:.,,,
9,lit i DIVFEN_ BAQUEIkdi CO,
- ? .. 13;10 ~
Ito 17 /7 Plilt"t reet . near Mar_ kat.
IQIO--YETLOITR.--:- 0 bldg. frosh'gFouid , Raye
JLIV. limit just racate44uo fir sate by
• : 4 • ZEB
4 41- oorrer" " '"M 'i ttet A ;a 4 rliNtst
Wines and Liquors, strictly pure formediml purposes.
Those wishing an article that can be relied on
MBUIN tor purity,
should call and eliiraine my stock. t
ING OGrivar Maxise Meet and Dismandi
77 taliltiet strut.
J. &11. PHILLIPS.
es Sa on,