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AMuEL C. WINGARP ,
'l"'4= 'Arl"rtlitAlZlr ACO 164 1 tY,
Nail aro-11'281,m0, ts-Viteen tk,tlt, raset
TAIy.ES A. LOWRIE, Attorney at Law,
ofiloe Porath street, Pittsburgh, het - Feun B=dthtleld and
Merry elm, - - doently
AUL, Surgeon Dentist, -sueoeisaor to 0.
/Loy. Edddle, No.l.44l3mitheeld sizeeet.. -
• 110-051 ea ban *tan 8 to 1 o'clock, and from 2 to 5 o'clock.
Dentist, Fourth street, Jive doors
u ;red of Market. "
Air Orton hoar from a o'clock A. Di. to 6 o'clock P.ll.
YOSEPII FIiEIVaNG, successor to L. Wil•
tv.Dox Co,- -corner- of-Marker street and the Diamond,
keeps constantly Oriland a full assortment of DRUGS, .31:ED
MIDICINE CHESTS, PEE:YUMMY, and all tkrti•
alas pertaining to hie business
.//ar Plavicians' Preserktlons carefully compounded at all
IrAlrra F. ',• •a 3••• • • • —..icaar.a a ii 1J011:113
P. MARSHALL & W
Co. ' Importers and •
dealers French and American PIPER HAND
[N(I3, li o. la Wood street, Pittaburgli.•
zap -8010 writs for the celebrated reannfactaree of Moeotrs.
Deliconri A 00 4 Parte: : - . ang7
Num J 1.073131 J. 61013.901%.
.11EIRZYMER tk ANDERSON, (successors to
Jogitua Rhodea & O),J , wholnint:. annlers in FOREIGN
FRUITS, NUTS, SPICES, CONTECTION A 11 Y, SUG A Re,
31A 0"8.4Cbe3 fait, Lppeut , tho Rotel, Nan
. 51. LITT LE,
/N. 54 ST..CLAER STREZI,
ejW. KERB, ARCHITECT, REMOVED
from couter of Fifth and Wood to
- r - B . TWERT, -.`"
In pitillips' now building—continues to prepare Plans and
Specifications of, and to §nporintend the &action as ecfrrY
description oT itnildings. • • ' de%1134-
A, FULTON, -BELL AND BRASS
10IINDEB, No. 70 SECOND street, Pittsburgh, Po,
is prepared to furnish to order
Priaelis STEls.ll33o,±a; P.AtTORT• 'AND OTIEINI
Of nil sizes, from 10 to 10,000 lbs.
CITIBLE BELLS made t) order. STOP and GAUGE COORS
of all sima. for Steambo , dl.
3CIMUIAL WATER PUMPS, COUNTER BAILING3,'
and every variety of Bran alitings finished 10 the neatest
BABBIT'S ANTI-ATTRITION METAL: FULTON'S PA
TENT METALLIC PACKING, for Steam II:Tagil:It:4. [ap2.1:13,
LOUGHRIDGE & MAXWELL,
And Dealers in Chao, Hope Furnishing Goods
•-•• Act. .•: At.
1540 Wood street, above Filth,
13raehea msde to order
St. Francis Alcademy for Boys,
UNDER TIIE OBIS OP THE FRANCISCAN BROTIIERS
liOrSttft/I, Plimbria. County, Ps.
r 111 S INSTITUTION, NATURALLY
sausted for Educational purposes, affords till 'the in
ducements that can be desired for a Catholic Institution.
It is located in the moat healthy and pleturesipie yyJrtion of
'he Alleghenies, distant four milts from Cresson Station, the
direct meal rant° between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. The
aShoffottle_year commencing the first Monday in September,
will close the llath of July following.
The Terms fur Board, including a thorough English Belau
tiflc Canrre t are $lOO per annum.
The Mamie and Itedern Languages form an extra charge
of $lO per annum.
Washing ands e. of Baling $lO.
for fisuther pat:Oculars apple to the stiperlor of the Acas
liieferenciis can Benirade4o - the Rt. 'Rev. Dr. - O'Coutton.
a ' -
Vincaft's O loge--and
OP. i raz usarznicTrfus yersisas,
Near Latrobe; lltritzmurcland county, Pa.
; THE COLLEGE ARE. TAUGHT THE
Usual branches of English Education.
In thteS.E.IIII4.4.IIZI the Classics, ...Mathematical, History,
Rhetoric", Phili.sqphy,.elq., and the different branches of
higher erudition necessary or useful to those aspiring to
Tide termafok Board and Tuition are tad per year, to be
paid semi-annually, strictly in advance.
german and French - and other languages, Drawing, Paint•
tug and Mnsic,torm no extra charges, excepting some raceme
penaatiou for the use of instruments.
Medi:nue, Washing, Boots, Stationery, etc., form extra
For particulars apply to the Director of the College.
The Collegiate year begius on theist of September, and
ends on the ae of July following.
FATHER G. B
Director of the College.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
R OBERT A. ; LOOMIS,
(Sncesaithi to L. T. C. llorgan,)
BrATI-ONER AND DEALER IN BOOKS, PERIODICALS
N o . Fifth atraet; PRObttigh, Pa.
THE u ndersigned have entered into Co-
Partnerab -11), under the style of Wm. C. Johnston G Co.
SAMUEL R. JOIINETON, JR.,
• wiLLTANT G. JGENSTON.
Pittsburgh, SopterLter 5,1857.
70M73201 51 , 313.... ... . . e ... Wit. G. OHISaTOIL
r • NV 51. G; JO'LliNiTO . 5l 'lfz. co.,
QTATIONBRS, Blank. Book Manufacturers,
and JOB PRENITERS,' No. 57 Wood street, between
Third and Fourth, Pittsburgh, Pa. Be)al
TOBACCO AND SEGARS.
VET &D. RINEHART,
TOBACCO, SNIIET AND CIGARS.
'CHARLES 'W. LEWIS, ALDERMAN,
And Li -Officio Justice of the Peace;
OFFICE ON THE ,CORNER OF WYLIE
AND SiliTH STREETS.
All brisinees connected with this &Hee will be attended to
with promptnels. Conveyances of all kinds done with legal
accuracy—gulch as Leeds, Mortgagee, Bond; Powers of At
torney, Ac. Titles td Real Estate eraminad.
To the members of the Bar he tenders his services as Com
missioner to take Depositions to be read in the several Courts
of this,State, filbleinewhere. Hia.olßce is :.one of the main
Police Stations of the city, and consagnemtly his facilities in
execatiae.businese of that kind are very desirable. I fallkly
JAMES S. NOON, ALDERMAN, EX
OFFICIO JETSTICE OF THE PEACE, AND POLICE
MAGISTRATE—Office, No. 69 Grant street, nearly oppo
s ice thb Court House, Pittsburgh, Pa. Depositions, Acknow
ledgments and Probates taken; the Recordsexatminea,
Deeds, I3oncli, Mortgages, Wills, etVie.3, Articles of Agree
ment, and of Partnership, Letters of Attorney, etc., etc.,
drawn -isp at short notice; Marriages Solemnized, and all
business lit the line of his official duties, promptly attended
to. fet. Office hours, from 734 A. Y. to 1 P. se, and from 2
to 6 P. L. apSily
0 - CUTHBERT SON'S- OFFICE, No. 51
. Market street, for the sale' and purchase of Real
Estate, renting bouses,sttending - to insurance and repairs,
obtaining lommon boutln mortgages, itc,; making convoy
ancea, deeds, bonds, icc4 writing letters and corresponding
with parties abroad, kc.. - - ode
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
RzsErsti=„l.—Mbooro. Halms, Gorrttoon d Co., Robert
Parks, ti JYII:Y
REAL ESTATE AGENT, NO. LO i3TRENT,
.11. us fur sale Lauds to Illinois, W r isounsin, Minnesota,
Michigan and lowa. Ile will exchange Lands in Wisconsin,
Az., for Pittnburgh manufactures, and also for city property.
All !Uteri of inquiry a , were.] eT24.13, by addressing me as
Economy in -Light..
11Y--MILL YOU BURN CA-MPH:BNB
' AND FLUID, when you can.get a cheoner and bet
ter light. Pore Kerosene Oil, made from the gas of Cancel
Leal; prodaces the cheapest, moat brilliant, steely, pleasant
and safe portable light ewer offered -to - the.public, and no
danger of explosion; more brilliant thou ittis; and quite ea
cheap; riampa of the most simple and -easitly managed can
structinn. For sale by T. D. G. lIODKINSON,,"
No. 79 Smithfield street.
Ea.. Beware of a counterfeit shoe& in the market,Made
from C . 7..mpher.c, with a little Coal ail to went it. [for/ay
COOKING BY GAS.
A WORD TO Tll.lll_ .L.A.DrigB'.
HEATED TERM IS A.PPROACII-
A, wad IV(' call the Wentiou 'of the Ladica to the
tact that • •
COOKING IRONING, ETC.,
0..6. damn - with economy, without opora33lie heat. with
out eoot, nz"t with iimpetcn—the fira being ala - ays redly in
a m•7meat—Thy using
1:11?-egrave's Gam Uooklug Stova,
To which we rtspectially invite your attenti,n, at No. f 5
Smithfield street. - S. A. JOIISSON &
fa. County and City Ilightsfcr gale. aplfht,m
cONFECTIOII 6 , C
NFBOTI - ON,OO N
F BOTIONc °NE'
T lONiC ONFBOT
I ON,OO NPBOT I
0-N, -- VONW BoT I 0
Co 10 ON .
Tha moat pleaaant, gale and effectual Worm Remedy now
Prepared and told, wholesale and retail, by
- ANGELL &HAFT,
Occr.Wood and Stith eta., Pittaburgh, Pa
And sold b3^DrOzAna }a4l
01 PAPER---For sale by
se2CO J. IL WKLDIN
D® 11, IA It SAVIN G S 111 AN K, REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF TILE
No. 85 dburth shut,
- .21ELDDIA soon; Gliiit Y : . N.iriv BUILDING. : FARMER'S lINION'INSURANCE COMPANY,
OPEN DAILY, from 9 to 2 o'clock ; also, '/1 " BENS, BIIADFCBD COUNTY, PA., Jan. 1, 1858, as
nted to the Stockholders, and made out in compliance
on Wednesday and Saturday ovonlrv, from May Ist l'r 'lth the State LO:31115 of New York,Ohio,lndiana, Illinois, ac.
to November Ist, froro.7 to 9 o'clock; and from November w . EITAITMINT.
let to May 18 4 4 from 8 to 8 o'clock. The name of the Company is the FARMERS' UNION IN-
Deposita received of all sums not is than Oar Doll"8DRANCII COMPANY, located at Athens, Pa. Chartered
and a dividend of the profits' declared twice a year, in June April 13.18E3, by the Legislatureof Pennsylvania. Charter
and December. Internet was declared at the rate of six per Perpetua l.
cent per annum, on the first of December, 1855; also in Cash Capital, which i 3 all paid up . _ .
June and December, 1866, and in June mid Di - -cember, 18E.7. Surplus in addition thereto ..... -..
;Interost, if no:drawn out, is_ pieced to the credit of the
depositor as principal, and bears the same interest from the
first daytt . of 'June and Docembor ' 'cOMponntling twice a year
without troubling the depositor to call or even to present
his pass book. .1t this rate, money will double In lea 3 than
twelva years, making in - tho aggregate mom ANT. mra-usis
Pia CIZIL-A 'MB,
Books containing the Charter, By-La we, Rules and Raga.
latlotos,furnishati gratis, on application at the office.
Preildent--GEOUGE LL 1125131.
Hopewell Hepburn, John H. Simenbergar,
James Biddle, N. Grattan Murphy,
Alexander Bradley, Isaac M. Pennock,
Rcbert Robb, James D. Kelly,
William 8. Level,, James llerdmau,
Hill Burgwin, John 8. Cosgrove,
BANK OF lOWA.
IL J. STEVENS & CO.,
CULT:FICTIONS MADE and prompLy
mated. LANDS .elected and located. eapitalista
wishing to make inveatmenta in the West, cau do no through
this bowie. Correspondeurm aolicited. niy2l:6l:e
............ ..... Taos. L. LOOMS.
AUSTIN LOOMIS & CO., De ail alerecuritiess in
promissory Noteaponds, Liortgages, and S
:may - Leaned on Choke at short dates, with counters!
NOTES AND DRAFTS NOUGHT AND SOLD.
Persons desiring Loans can ho accommodatel on reasona
ble terms, and capitalists can be furnished with good Ilf.,Cari
ties at remzinerative prices.
Also, attond to the Sale, Routing and Lensing el ilea!
Office, No, 9 t FOURTH street, above Wood.
Qty AUSTIN LOOMIS, Notary Public.
NHOLMES & SONS, Bankers and Ex
. change Brokors,and Dealtwa Notes, Drafts, Accept
ances, Gold, nilver and Bank Nona. Ilichange on fin ELM.-
ern and Western Citiea constantly fur sale.
Collections made in all the cities throughout the United.
litodea, - Deposits received le-per fundear current paper, No..
67 Market street, botweon Third and Fourti, ate. tia3tl:ly
pHOMAS WOODS, Conanereittl Broker, and
.3„ Dealer In Notes, Bonclai SN>eks, Bead lsatata, d uce, N 0.76
fourth street, Pittsburgh. Pa. Jane
DIALMES ER ALL KIM 01
No. 129 WOOD STREET
William J. Anderson. James W. Hallman,
John G. Backeten, Charles ?Snap,
Albert Culbertson, P. A. Madeira,
John B. Canfield, John li. Moll, r,
J. Gardiner CoffiL, 1751 , .. r P. :-.13, -Lail,
Al( trio A. Carrier, Wilson Miller.
David Campbell. A. 11. - PolLaek, SI. D.
Charles A. Colt ..,, lienrs L. Itiegvaiit,
William .Dougtmls, John it. Eawyor,
esancis Fe Goorgo S. Belden ;
George F. Gillrooro, Alexander Thuile.
James E. noon, Thookaild Umbstaetter,
William B. Garen, Georgo B. White,
Secretary eo. TT CStl.al k 7 —CHAS. A. COLTON. (tc
G R LICERS
WM. H. SMITH & co.,
IIS Second & 141 First
Wi.MILLea, ...... C. W. EICIATSON. Pnosb'h
lIPII.LLI & IIiCitiETSON,
AND PORTERS OP
BRANDIES, WTNES AND SEGARS.
Noe. 4ill and 2513, Corner of Liberty and
AND SOLE AGENTS FOR
Swearer's City Glass,
IRON, NAILS, COTTON TARNS, Ba., &0., CONSTANTLY
NMI) WIDANDLIZa- WILUL ULAN& OutrlP
Iti 9 CALNDLESS, DIELNS bt CO.,
tfaSC hawks, To 'mu. Iii41110141?-4,1
IRON, NAILS, GLASS, uOTTuN imiNs
&HD PITTS BMW 11 Id ANTI (ANIMA LL
Corner of Wax] ana Water etreois,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION:
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
PI3.OPFZECOBS 07 TELF
CloMiss' Pittsburgh, Mss.drinslris
Nos. 114 AND 115 WATZII SWUM; PmSZ.DEGU, PA
UIOIOIIIES, IIIAG'EN & CO.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
No. 30 STOPLHOILEI ST.; Clx I INLTI, O. [Jy2.9
J. D. HOUSEMAN,
(LATE; OF ELOIIiEMAN & SMITII,)
COMMISSION AND FORWA aDING
No. 9 N. Second Street,
at)8:3132 ST. LOUIS, MISt3OMIL
Otras. limanazis, C. J. Ho'. ‘4.14, Join; WalanT
Humphreys, 110ffilifi 1 & Wright,
FLOUR FA TORS,
PRODUCE AND GENERAL
76 NORTH WHARVES AND 165 NORTH WATER ST
Above Tine Street,
Conrad, Thompson & Co„
Thompson, Clark & Young,
Biter, Price k Co.,
Caleb Cope & Co,
Barcroft, Beaver A Co%
Canby, Neville k linghes,
E. M. Lewis, Cashier P. and M. Bank,
Jos. (1.1 - Hicholl, Cashier M etch's Bank.
Morrisli. Hallowell A Co.,
centchebu & Collins,
John IL Kennedy & Co.,
Balguel & Co.,
Pickett, Mathews &Co.,
Blireivitnrg & Price,
a. D. Bullock & Co.,
W.E.olines & Co.,
Bagaley, Cosgrove & Co.,
ENRY 71.1 . .. COLLINS; Foriiiarding and
Commbision Alerchant, and wholesale dealer in FISH,
ogmßaE, BUTTER, SEEDS and PIIODUOII gerierally, No.
Lb Wood street, Pittsburgh. inure
B. MUM -MORGAN ii01311111:8017.
EDWARD IMP-134 1 ' FISN&T L. 1112CGWALT.
VURLING; ROBERTSON & CO. Mann
(admen of Out, Przesed and Plain Flint athisiveitit,
warehouse j 10.17 Wood street, corner of Front, Pittsburgh.
Are- AU other kinds of Glassware and Window Glass, at
tow Market prices. ,
LOCO L.ZIDL ... J 139.1
.0 .1. UU
tr - LA,m, Saccesscrra to Maivany
Eirmici,.,tuassufactursre or vut,'Mouhied' iud Plain
and FaticyColored GLASSWARE,' and dealers in all
kinds of Window Olusi Flasks, Vials and 13ottlea. Ware
house corner of Market and Water stioets, Pittabugh.
WILNLES AND LIQUORS
3031ng 13137A1l tr.
WiL01.F.5411 Dr*l' - IN
WINES AND LIQ,UORS,
AND RECTIFYING DISTILLERS,
40. 155 Liberty Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Always on hand, Wines, Brandies, - Gins,
M.nengaLtela and 'instilled Wines lee--abso, Blackberry,
Wild Cherry, Baspbe ry, •titd Ginger Brandies. (ap12:11
Dri'LLN El. KIINNILDS.
DEVLIN £ KENNEDY, Wholesale Wino
and Liquor Mercian:its and Rectifying Distillers, No.
dl Binithre..ld street, Pitbndrgli, Pa.
iIIiIM.NEY TOPS of various ioatterni4 for
kJ Bala by Lmr:Alj . COLLINS.
frOBACCO AND CIGARS.—A large assort: ,
went of favorite brands, on hand and for sale by
w!i. U. 'S !MM.
„ • ; 118 Feoand, and 167 First streets.
MACKE ' L-100 bbla. and half bbla. No
!Argo. for talc by f jr4l lIINLY COLLIN&
I) LEACHING POWDERS-50 caskf of
terinant's, Joluison,s-liad attar-brands lust- fee d
and for sale low by JNR PER KINS
001( PAPER-100 • reams 24x38, a nio
articlojust received and foi nalo by
JNO. 31. PRRIKINS g CO.,
0 123 Wood ett•eot.
NrIANE'S vrAßituFuur , . A.NW.I4.IILEB
PILLS.-76 gross on band and for ago by
B. L. PARNBSTOOK A CO.
Corner Wood and Youth streets.
B — --- -- - -- -
LITTER-500 -lbs. fresh Pacied Butter,
Just re:olved and for vale by
Jdlin A. IRTZalli -*!
se9 Corner Menke: Slid 'first streets.
BOOKS—On all the :Banks and
Brokers at W. 'Es. - -HAVEN,
=lt Print= and 'Stationer.
RA" e • I 4 reams 1180'
sizes Bag Wrapping, asuportor srtlols, for sale
Jel9 J. B. WIILDIN.
Fifty-four Bonds and itlertgager.,at
CI and Senn . 11 cent. interest,
amounting in the aggregate W... 5152,316 00
Whtell"mertgages are or valua
ble mid 'productivi . raid estate,
prinCipally ferms, , rbcorded and
first lien‘wortlt generally double
the amotint and wore than mort
gaged for in each caso, and In no
case less than fifty TA cent. more,
es.clusive of farm buildings, end
so oertilled• by the Recorders,
whet° recorded, to the and tore of
the States of Ohio and Illinois.
'Nineteen six: cent. Bonds amply
secured. 47,686 00
Cash on hand and• En Bank 6,449 12
Cash in hands of Agents, and in
course of trausmiesion, secured
t-y Lonla with sutetitrA
Due on losses re-in.ured,
Ellie receivable, promissoly
Leta; payable at Lank and to the
Interest accrued, (prbicipally due
January 1, 185.9,)
Safe and office Fixtnrea and Friini
----4 2.53,485 61:
mOonz von. ;ii YIUB. 1857.
Amount of Premiums received during the
year t 85,231 3j
Am't intermt received during the year 11,442 05
Am't received from all other sources 2,480 00
Expenses for the year, including
conandaisna, salaries, rents, rein
anranct, printing, advert - Jail:lg,
taxes, and all other expenees $ Ca;
filvidends paid during the year 17,000 00
Losses paid, which occurred prior
to December 31, 1858 7,1114 6,3
Losses pain which occurred during -
the year 46491 trt
LLMUIL 63 .
Losqe3tidjaated and not dunr(aince
Lowe Paid, Incurred and In process of
Lanes reported, on which no action
has been taken
bosses resisted, uu ground of tabor.
ante after fire, property transfer
red before lose, property lust not
covered by the Policy, ac
—$ 30,407 00
Whole anion it of risks taken daring the year.. 55,429, 8 132 0')
Whole amount of risk at date 4,601,440 Oil
..3.T.STROF PVINBYLV&NIA, COUFftY OF BBADVORD, a:.
C. N. Shipman, 'President; and J. E. Calitteld, li.cerancy
the Farmers' Onion Insurance ' Corapany, bellig' severally
duty ewer% &pace and say, and each for hie self says, that
the foregoing in a true, full and correct Str.temout of the
affairs . of said corporation, and that they are the above de
aniihod officers thereof. 0. N. SEfIPIIAN, President.
3. R. CAN VI - WM, Secretary.
Subscribed and evrern before use, this •=ll day of Jana.
cry, 1818, H. 0. RAUL!), Juat.lciEt ortae Voace.
T. J. auNTkat, gout,
nr117117 Nu. 90 Water str.Ot, Pittebnriti.
.JO3. it. IIUNIThIt
BY T 2.19
Reliance Mutual linhinrance p•
BOILDItiug, LIiiITED OR PERPRTIML, IttEROHAN
DISE, FURNITURE, &0., IN TOWN OS OuITNTEi 1.
°Slee t Ito. 301; Walnut utract.
CAPITAL, 4)177,9 28 ..... ...ASSETS, $41:42,,4-66
Invested ss follows, viz:—
First Mortgage on Improved City Property, worth
double toe amount $ . 1'10,....V0 00
Pc!•nusyhlinie Rath oad Co.'s 6 per cent. Mortgage
tasty, P/900 coat .. , _ 2.6,600 50
Allegheny eour.ty 6 L., - ;r rent. Poun'i It. IL Low,. 10,000 00
Pennsylvania Railroad Cwia iitt.:'' 4,000 00
Stock of the Reliance Mutual Warman:. ud....... 1'4,150 00
Stock of County &ire Insurance Co 1,06.) .0
Scrip of Sundry Insurance Companies...—. ......... 476 00
13111 a Receivable, buslneas paper 62,711 60
Ya n k4.,=,‘,uata, accrued interest, etc 3,336 19
Cash on leant 4:..:- . 1 4 1 Pull' 16,043 20
MANN INERANaI CURIO,
WM. V. PETTIT, President D. J. 111'0ANN, Secretary.
igilloplit of Capital Stock paid I.c, and
Surplus 63,42 a 3f)
PITTSPOURG 11, PA
Ciallipoi e, Ohio.
Bot k i.i.min W. Tingley,
Wm• M. Semple, Plttdb'g
DINES COFFIN, Aguut,
ner Third and Wdod etreetn.
WiWaal li. Thompson,
David S. Brown,
Jain R. Worrell,
B. L. Cauten,
Marks S. Wood,
Jens S. Woodward,
mr3 B. S
car 3 Nortt-emt cor
V 63,428 36
revues Cargo Make on the Ohio and Miesiasiv,.: Z.lvere aed
tribntarlea. Insures againet loan or damage by i;;. a,
Also, againattho Palle of the tien and Inland
Navigation and Transportation.
Pottit, t.L. gontgomery, John M. Patart.y,
McCann, H. F. Witniir, Rene On.illon,
D. L. Wooiston, John A. Marshall, Chas. B. Wright,
John J. Patterson, ElvtbOil T. ?tinny.
- • • •
WILLIAM V. PETTIT, Prerideut.
E. F. W/TMKR, Vice President.
D. J. lIOITANIV.BeAretary.
Bla3k101190.11 1 1.1:
Tn Philadelphia . : ; in Philddelphus:
Sager, Lamb A Co., Stelnmltz, Juatice k Co.,
Truitt, Bro. &Oa., Brick, Morgan A Stidfole,
A. T. Lane A Co., Prnuroy, Caldwell A Co.
PITTSBURGH OPPICE, 'O. 97 WATER STREET.
ap9 B. W. POINDEXTER, Agent.
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
LOCK MAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY.
01168TP4LED BT Tlll7 LEGISLATAIRH OP PPAPSYLVAMIA
Cash..... 4300,000 I Premium Nwe5...5182,343.
THIS COMPANY 'WILL INSURE ON
Buildings, Mercluidiso, Pun:Mare, ka, in town or
HomJno.J.Pearce, Hon.°. 0. Harvey,loharles A. Mayer ,
John B. Hall, Oharlea CAA,Peter Dickinson,l
T. T. Abrams, D. K. Jackman, W. White,
HON. G. 0. HARVEY, Prosideot
T. T. Aunsiss, Vice Prealdent.
Time. liilOllPN, Secretary.
BB PEBAIZIOs B
Samuel H. Lloyd, 'Dr. J. S. Crawford,
A. A. Winegardner, John W. Maynard, A. Updegraff,
L. A. Mackey, Hon. S. Cameron, James Armstrong,
A. White, Thos. Bowman DJ), William Fearon,
James Qniggle, Win. Vanderbelt, Hon. Wtn. Bigler,
OFFICE--NO. tl5 FIYIII STREET, Plrrammaa.
de2Htf J. A. LIPPERT. Agent.
pia FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY, OF PHILADELPHIA.
Dissoroas—Charles W. ikuicker, Thomas Hart, Tobias
Wagner,Samuel Grant, Jacob It. Smith, deo. W. Richards,
Mordentl D. Lewis, Adolphi E. Boric, David 8. Browne, Mor.
ris Patterson. Ouse. N. 8.1.303:1U4 President.
Ores. G. BALICIIII, Secretary.
Continue to make insurance, perpetual or limited, uu every
description of property, in town and country, at rates as low
ammo consistent with security.
Thu Company have reserved a large Contingent Pund,
Abich,with that capital and premiums, safely invested, of.
ford ample protection to the assured.
' The Assets of the Company, on January Ist, 1861, as pub
lished agreeably to an Act of Assembly, were as follows, viz:
Siortpga $91.8,128 68
Beal Estate 84,877 78
Temporary Loans 83,968 17
Stocks 61,889 frl
Gash, isc.— 64,34 d 81
Total $1,212,708 44a
slim their incorporations, s period of twenty-one years,
they have paid upward of 010 MOD Your Ilundrecl Thom
sand Dollare,l caeca by the, thereby affording evidence , of the
advantages of ituraracos, well as the ability and disposition
to meet with promptnea J s t.ll
. OAIw^LN 1i 00.11Y1t2, Agent,
OElce, north-east cor. Wood and Third eta.
axonam 6A.Reax, troxident; -
F. EL Gosport Secretary.
Owner:Etc 92 Water street, (Epangit Ca's Warehouse,) up
W ill Insure against all hind- of ,-1.1:19 and melums
A Home Institution, iniod by , who aro well
known in. the community, and who are dot. ruaussi, by
promptnesi and liberality, to maintain the character which
they haw assumed, as offering the best protection to those
who desire to be insured.
ASSETS, OCTOBER aist, 1867
Bill D~conntod ....... ..... ......
J. 15 , . antler,
Ail rew Ackley,
0. W. BlokeUm,
LIFE. FIRE AND MARINE
IN FRANCE COMPANY,
NO. - 94V - IYA 7 2'ER •'STREET,
ECOSEIi:2 GALWAY, President
itrit-TIALWAY, Vice President.
Ras Tatra - nail Becrotary.'.. z *.
AltletliblOompaiLy Makin exelibisu -Mnceippe '
or cm :snorted with'LlFEl NIRO: • - -
Also an the Ohio
and Mississippi Elvers and tributaries, and MADIND RISKS
• And against Logs and Damage by Fire,' and against the
Perils of the Bea and Inland Navigation and Transportation.
Policies issued at the lowest rates consistent with safety to
_ . DIENOTOItIi,
; C ''' i Hoba!rt Galwiy, Baratta} Waillarkan,
. • .4 - asapbT. Gazzam, M. D., John. Scott, )
, riltrinattrshaU, -.. David Richey,
. 'Ulnas W. Hallman, - , -: Clharlaa.Axtrathnot,
Alenander_Hradb3y, !:__ , Jonaph 8. Leech, a
John Fullerton, ~ •3N. F. Hart,.
David H. Chambers, Robert IL Hartley,
William Carr, Jno. !WWI. sa2b
The Pdttsh 9 h 3 Ft: Wayne & Chicago
NVITII ITS AMPLE ROLLING• STOCK
and equipment, and its through coutiiictiomids pre.
Pared to transport Pageongers uud Freight from PHILA.
DELPIIIA and PITTSBURG'S to CIIICAUO, ST. I.A/U1.8,1 ti-
PIA.NAPOLIS, CINCINNATI, and all places West and South
west, with a great degree of regularity and expedition.
The fact that this Road forms a dirixt and consolidate
lino between Pittsburgh and Chicago, is a sufficient par
anthe that its Trains will make good fano, and connection
with Trains en other Rend.
ONAND AFTER MONDAY MAY 10th, 1668, the Train
cn this rood will lento the UNION DEPOT, Pittsburgh,
daily, (Sundays excepted, au follows:
PASSENGEP. TRAINS LEAVSI
U. 8. 7:30 A. M. 7:07 P.Ai
First 11 press, 230 A. m. 10:00 P.M 1 1:00 P. hf..
Second " P. M. 1023 P.M 4:50 A. M.
MACH 01110M10--First Express, at 7:00 A. M.; diaoud
Express at 1:30 P. 51.
ItEAOI.I CLNCINNATI—First Expresa 5:20 P. EL; SCl*Olid
EXP 113 5 .8 7:26 A. it.
REACLI. ST. LOUlS—First Exprois (GOO A. n...; Second E.
All Trains makeu.,e. ttt t.;le , Stliiio krt . (;10:11.l.
10,t, Cinuunuti, liolianepoten and st. Ifol
1.0. with ram,' uu un‘ieLerh tizat...aA
t. AI .11 I ialt•im ;1.., lit rent
rams on the M. V.. at ,aid 1.111,1 with Ttititimi t.. 61
Day um and 3iich,6si, lwilrosd
Viola Chicago. PLWayne. I Cretn.hr.e. I Arr.Ptt
U. 8. Mall„ .10.10 P.AI. E.:'lo A. M. 1'1:10 P. ti. 8.62 P. k'.
let Express, eAOA, M. 'ICs) P. M. I O:12 P. M.. olle A t-. 1
6e22.5 1:15 P P.
These Trains make close connections with 'trains for
adelphia, Baltimore Now 'Fork and Boston.
Trains from SL Louis, Ir.dianapolia. Cincinnati and Coital
bus make clone connections at 01%Thi.li no with all returnleU
Trains. At Fort Wayne, Trains from St. Louis, Central Illi
nois, Lafayette, and iutermediate pla,c.4, connect with al sae
Trains. At Purest, connections are tutMe with Trains to and
from Cincinnati, Springfield and Dayton. The U. H. Meal
from Pittsburgh to Creatline, bceng a [La:, fur local bath
noes, is overtaken by the Second Expreth.
ACCOMMODATION TIi.AiNP--4,.!ave Nevi Brighton for
Pittsburgh, at 11110 M.. cud li:Z5 P. ii.
burgh for New Brighton c E;;:ki A. M. and 1.01) P. M.
BAGGAGE 017.ECILED charge for
Tray eliis or perscua intending to purchase tickets in Pitt*
burgh for the West, will bear In mind that th.: only Agent
. authorieal by the P., P. W. A C. lt. IL C. A P. It. It., and
St.mben villa and Indiana ltailroad Companies, ia
GEOltilE PARKIN, at the Union Ticket (Ake,
Ouunectzai with the Penn's It. It Passenger Depot,
Corner Liberty and °mut streets.
BAtitiAGE will out he chocked fur perEp.unei
lickcas at any other place In this city.
'it) COMMENCE ON MONDAY, May lOtk, foul u'uutinou
(Atari farther notice
J. J. lititierth , l, Urn. Paso'''. cud Pr't. A eq.
h. W. liOziS, Parte'r. Agent,
$ 200,000 00
. 63,485 51
3 19 a 8
NEW lITIESTERN ROCTE,
TO cINOINNATI, LOUISVILLE and ST. LOUIS
VIA PITTEIBUItaiI, BT. WAYNE and CHIOAUO,
. 9,478 04
„ 14,841 45
.. 40,246 59
.. 125,003 78
u. Miller, Jr.,
- Goargo W. Jackson,
Wm. IL Sr_Gat,
8. BL GORDON.
RAI - I,IIOA DS.
A N , :INCINN ATI, HAMILTON A I•A I FoNIIA MIL Li Di
VIA. lA:LAI/ZARB. OUT-01.4"?
14.st.Ince only 3'2.9 nuke id
TIIIS LINE ii corepourd of li,(;;o1:4 of tllo
First anLI 1.4a~ 1. n I -Inn iCal ..ad
,•1 t'a-z *A,
In ,11.1.. ni ~th tI, 01,Iu tu,l
ki LWI of I. A 41 t NI
oonutction p.. 10 .1 ht. 1.6 a. tiW tut,
LILA IL:vt,r Ywlotd, for
liAlidati AND NR.BRAtiKA.,
ha all Vie,r. Awo wunute nt lttucittatitt with
R. R., fr,: eraultti , tt
and all tt,./.t.ta Cti•hiaal lieutachy.
Isitse 1., iit411.11:0.1 as follows:
s `thrGa:gli LA, dlllO fit !Ail tog lii,
3. 3() ~ 111 . i. Lilt two elvingt. a ~.ri,..1.
• .i. ii • 1 W ring at 0:4i.: P. M.
.......asi IA , • .
i • 1 Ea pri , lii PlLsnengur 'VI ~i 11, I.
. ~ ..,1 . c rt.? in g 1 . 11 Cl,Stiillo :It 1.'4 , 6
.) • v i ) I
...is", 10 )
A. It , On. '.3:00 I'. '.'..1
tta... 1.1A0t110t: ei2.:::G.1i.i.1 , l'ilio.iii(iii."..o.4),
Furs mu Lour mu nary calker i:ointe.
For all Information, and Ihrongb Tickets, spit!) , et tuc
Ticket -Office, curuer Monougabe!:l cons,. or ;It Pc o er
tkilf Ph...bug t.ra dogirotts of cutug tuld r 0.,; e,;li mdt I.
TtckrW vLt Dolettare
11. itI.OUPAL, 6e t. P. rt i7..1 L.:. It. h.,
I.)IIC'L (.` 11 6. 11 It tt
The Cleveland, Pittsburgh and
Pittsburgh, Columbus 6 Cincinnati
Change or Time.
(..)N AND AFTER MONDAY, MAY luru,
1b 8. Trai;ll6 !save 010 Depot ui Cht , V.nuy I I
Ctthtral. Italb-Clad ^x fotilgtl:
F ' ,r 01..CVSLAND, BUFFALO, 81:717.4i1T,
6:45 A. M. 011ICA(i0 AND INK WIST.
WWI/SUN(' AND 7.A.N3Bvn.L.K.
&or CLENeLaND, TOLLDO, DETBAAIT .
2:35 pc, m. crileMlo AND lUD W EAT.
rrala r-rana , ,t,
aCdt L.`"Lroit Imo of ateathara.
4:00 P. M.} Lll. WAY STATIONS ON 0110
Padsr-ugora desiring to go to ell'alago, or polati ba)roal
Chicago, via Cleveland, rauat ask .or trchotd VIA Cleveland
ITTSB C i7il, CO.L:LY,HUS D CINCLV NA TI kola
STEUI3P—NTri,L AlLa D
MANGE OF Tlll.lt.—On and utter IiONDA V, the lath,
of May, 1858, Trains will leave the Depot of the Pennsylva
nia Central Rearuad, as follows:
For STSIIaraiITLIJA, 00L011131111,
3100 is M. F oINDIAN/POLL% LOUIBVILLII,
puis AND NEW OELSAN.i.
F[3:1(1121.a.N14611 A.NU ST. I,llth, and ALL
2:35 P.ll voitria BCPUTEI WFIT.
° Thloool to Cincinnati without change
jjjitt of cart.
Passengers desiring to go to Columbus, Cincinnati, etc.,
or any point, beyond Columbus via Steubenville, meat wltt
for tickets vim Steubenville. JA.S.IES it,
13uperintendent 0,, P. A W. it. R.
W. W. BAGLEY,
Superintondont P.. 0 dr 0. It. It.
PITTSBURG!! & CONNELLSVILLE
and after Monday, the LOth inst. Pii.BB
- anger Trains will be run daily, (except Sundays,) from
the Pennsylvania Railroad Paaieuger Depot, as follows :
Mail Train leaves Pittsbar., h 7:00 n. u.
LY - prosi Train leaves Pittsburgh .3:30 s. m.
IL 05 LI a N Ina;
Mail Tram Mayes Goiansitayine. 2400 A. Ai.
Express 5:00 A U.
Arriving at Pittsbergli 8:45 A. u.
Tickets to be had at Pennsylvania Railroad Ticket °Mee.
Both Trains connect at Conuellsville with Duuting A Call's
Choachoo tor Uniontown, Frostburg, Cumberland, etc., and
at West Newton with Coaches for Mt. Pleasant, Somerset,
Freights to, and from Pittsbargh and Stations ou Pitts
burgh and Comaellsvllle Railroad, will be remived and de
livered in Pittsburgh, at the " Baldwin Depot," opposite
Duquesne Depot." Excepting such as Pig Iron,
Stone, etc., which will be loaded or unloaded at Outer De
pot, or at the canal Depot, en may be arranged with Freight
Agent, Penuaylvauia Railroad, at Pittsbur OK gh.
Transportation Department P. a 0- R. lie
Connellav ills, May Oth, 1658. w 3 8
New Route via River and Railroad.
indicaapolis Cincinnati Itaiiroa,
fONNECTIN AT INDIANAPOLIS with
U Torre Haute, and 'Terre Ilante and Alton itaiircada,
to St. ',Han and Lafayette and Indianapolis, N e w Alb any
and 'Palam and Michigan Central Heade ter CE1101.1.10,
was ISLAND, BUILLINGTON, and all lutermediat,
Through Freight Train to INDIANAPOLIS, TEP.III,
HAUTE, LAFAYETTE, and PEIIII.
Freight carried from Cincinnati or Lswrmcebrir,; In lune
timer than any other route by 24 home, and at as low rates.
Theonly road by which shipments can be made from Cin
cinnati to the West, without breaking hulk.
Oatudipmentanaade to J. B. GIBBONS, Agent at Ciucin-
I:Lad; Cal W. B. CIMINO, Agent at Lawrenceburg, will
receive prompt attention and no clan,. for commission ;
no alarga for &apart crs aratatiaion at Lawrenceburg,
For further information, apply to THOMAS ILATTIGAN,
(No. lib Water otreet,) Agent of the Company, who to pre.
to give TICEOI GU aro:lM to Indlanapollo, Torre
Lafayette, Chicago, Peru, Greencastle, Crawfm - ds.
vale, Cbarleatost, Par* and Mattoon.
IL 0. LORD, Progld.4t,
JNO. B. OULBEIT., Gen'l Freight Agent.
A NII7J , TICFM & CO. ttava on hand, t
Alik • their extransivo wanarrier and UP ion biktrupAo.
TORY, No. tin Smithfield street, a large EaSortmant of Fancy
and Plain Ytmeiture, which they will Bell per cent. lower
than customary rates. Tome, cash only.
WOODWELL'S FURNITURE AND
°HAIM, Wholeanly and Retail, embracing every
style of Primitive, in iloarsood, Mahogany and Walnut,
imitable for Parlors, CRianabeffrand DIDIER &omit, equal to
unpin New York tor Philadelphia, arid at lower price& Eery
article made by band, and warranted. Cabint-maltera sup
plied with aay quantity of FURNITURE and 011.2d112, on
removable terms. Notels and Steemboata furniala4 at the
shorteet moth. Wilireirod=3, Nos. 77 and 70 THIRD Street,
Pittaborgb, Pa. oc2
1: . ) BAGS Dried . Apples, for sale by
-, Nos-113 sod '46 Wood street
- ---- -- _ _
_I - UST received another assortment of eocri , s
vi and SHOES,entillsting of Ladies' Heel MAI and Slip
pens,. G anVe. Eloys's Youth's, and a Largo variety of Ch ii
dren ti Fancy filmes. Please give us a call, at the Cheap
Cash Store of JOSEPH IL BORLAND,
.1619 US Market street, second door from 'Fifth._
W OOL WAN TED---
HOMO IDs. Wool Wanted at highest Clibil
ILITOINOCE, 31.013.1:E1tY & CO.,
1.22 Second street, and 151 Front-
IaAIR DYES--43tMhelor's Christadora's,
Alexander's, Slialores, and Wedor's Liquid Hair
Dyes--a largo supply constantly on hand, at
Coriam Diamond and MarkatatrouL
- - -
I Cta an S d . f7r !ale° fryUS U. teLLIe"INVaed
ik - f ri tA ppiNci p ERS:41000 ieains
sorted &my steaw ' ll7' -P . P 111 13.-foisalO by
• • — U. G. - 30.11NETON A CA
parr Degas, 67 Wood moot.
ON AND, AFTEA MONDAY, JULY G.
PEN N S Y LVAN T- 1 - A . OENTRAL RAILROAD
. • T
EfIGLIT; DAILY '.II."RAINS.
TUE MAIL TRAIN leaves the Passenger Station every
morning, (Oicept flunday,) at 6:00 o'Clock, Pittsburgh time,
arriving:in Philadelphia at 11:00'P. M.
Tilh vAs7.• 1,11 , 11 t Daily, except Sunday, at 1:25 P. tx., ar
riving /a Philadelphia at 0 o'clocs. A. a., and stopping only
ui principal stations.
TILE EXPRESS TRAIN !MVO the Station every evening
at 0:50 o'clock. Stopping only at Greensburg, Latrobe, Jolnas
town, 'Willmar°, Onilitr.ln, Altoona, &e. connecting at Her
risturg with the Train direct for Baltimore, and arriving in
Philadelphia or Baltimore at 1:00 o'clock,.P. M.;
THE JOHNSToWN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN loaves
daily (except Sunday,) at l:30 o'clock, P. P.l. Stopping at
all etations, and running ea far us Oonematigh.
FIRST ACOOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek
Bridge loaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 10:40, A. M.
ShOOND ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek,
Leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 4.20 P. in
THIRD ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek,
leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at &20, P. IL
JINTURNI.NG TRAINS arrive in Pittalrurgh as - follows :.
Express, 1:45, P. U. Mail,3:lo A.-4.; Pact Line 2:25 a. tat Johan.
town Accommodation, 11:00 a. Turtle Creek decor's
molatioa, 6:50; A. B - g&COrkd Accoult, ..!,,tiou, 12:40, P. If.;
Taird Arzniniandatiou, HO, Y. M.
Tr—as for lilietrsvilla and Indiana, tou..wt at BlairmrDla
I ut,rot.ti,.u. with D.anl train En3l, Expre , ...l train West, and
Jt)ial:f vifil aCCl:oZtOdati ol l train Elan and Went.
Ft`i'T3ltUßGl.l AND CONNELLSVILII4 TRAINS,
Stopping at all Stations on the Pittsburgh and Connell*.
ail le Row l, leave daily, (Sunday excepted,) as follows:
HALL TRAM TM 6. n. EXP ILES M TRAIN-330 P. IP
ETURNING TRAINS from Pittsburgh and Connellaville
Road, arrive at Pittsburgh, &lb a. at. and 6:10 r. m.
s.. The traveling public will Mid It greatly to their in
tereot, in going Rust or West, to travel by the Pennsylvania
Railroad, as the accommodations now ()tiered cannot be sur
passed on any ether route. As the Road is ballasted with
atone, arid is entirely free from dust, we can promise safety,
speed and comfort to all who niay favor this Road with their
$13,00 To Baltimore.....
10,00 " Lancter
Tu Harris urg, $7.41.
Baggage chocked to all Stations on the Petuisylvnnia Rai
road. Lind to Philadelphia, Ealtimorq and New York..
Past:cages - a purchasing tickets in esni, rill t,e clutrged ton
,Ante in addition to the rltutiun I 'AC* eu. apt from Stations
whers the Company has. no Agen 1.
NOTE:VR--111 case of loss, the Company will hold them
selves responsible for personal baggage only, and for an
amount not el...tee:ling 13.00.
N. 11.—The Excelsior Omnibus Lana has beau employed to
cuavey Ps.seengers and Baggage to and from the Depot, at a
charge not to exceed 25 cents fur each passenger and bag
gage. For ticksts apply to J. STEWART, Agent,
At the P. R. it. Passenger Station,
on Liberty and Grant streets.
TILE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THE GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE, connecting
h — the Atlantic Cities with Western, North-western
mid South-western States by - ,,a continuous Railway direct.
This Road also connects at Pittsburgh with Dap ' tot
Steamers to all ports ow the Wes' ,ann at Cleve
land and Sandusky with. stemmata to all ports on the North
, western Lakes; mailing the Most DSXOT, OUIJA.= and
satisalLulintr9 by which FREIGHT can be forwarded to and
trem the CP:am/WE:W.
arktou Wawa's= Pittlatitalpinta Plittobiargh.
rlßitT CLASS.— Boots, Shoes, Hata and
Osps, Books, Dry Goode, (In boxes, bales
aod trunks,) Drugs, (in boxes:and halos)
t'oathere, Fare, &o.
SSOONDGLASS--Dotne , tic Sheeting, Shirt:
lug and Ticking (in original bales),
Drags (In casks), Hardware. Leather(in
runs or boxes), Wool, and Sheep Pelts,
TUllp CILL-4viip, Mout, Uiwine (in
casks), Hemp, Bacon and Pork, Salted
(loose or hi tacks), Tobacco, maniac-
Lured, (exempt Cigars or caw Ac., Ac.
ei/CitTII OLASS--Conoe, Fish, Bacon, Beet
and Perk, (lt, casks or boxes Eastward,)
Lord and Lard Oil, (Fails, Soda Ash, Ger
man Clay, Tar, Pitch, Resin, Ac., Ac.
I:LOUR-750. :LI. until further notice.
G 8.4111 in car loads, 3f) ets.ll 100 the. until fur [tier notice.
Cifi.TtON-1,2 44 hale, not exceeding. 100 am. weight, until
111 - : ithipplug ;lay kagit of Phtlude
Coo New Yurt...
parflc - alar 1 "via Pennsylvania
.14%,....1r0ad." AU wOw AKonts of this Road
et Pill:,(..alphlit or L'1L , ..1..0r1h, w ill fi,rwarded without
are. we t:r.wrs- U.:: 13, N',., u,.. AC. It.tuphie, Tuna.;
It. Y. g & Bt. 1,1,3. k. Co., Evansville,
[ed; n nt n es eii, B e ll a cArter Jewett., Louisville,
fly.; it. O. Idoldrunt, utt.g , o, 1 11 0 ;U. W. Crown & Co., and
Irwai & Co., CAD , tt IIA Li ; N. \S' Graham k Co., Zanesville,
Leeeh A C. , No. '4 IC id' ) Arott, Boal on ; Leech Sr, Co.
N... Astz.r N I Villnun street, and No
B Buttery Place, 1 , /..w Vol 8 I . Philadelphia.
ttugraw A Rceiei Pahkuore • Pittainirgh.
uoneral Freight Agent.
IL J. LOItIIIAERT,
e l ,:: aporintendent, Altoona, Pa.
G RtWERIES WINES AND LIQUORS
Ibo bay& Uio Colt3o
Ilk) chests Black and tlreeu 'VC ;
2.`.. bblo. GrUB/16,1 Sugar ;
ttfi " Coffee
'lO " New York Syrup ;
" Now °Thane Molasses ;
o Tierces flow Rke ;
Id baize W. W. H. Grant's Tobacco ;
" B. and f Ayer Raisins;
vu kegs liroLoh Plunnt;
2 P unchedua Jamaica Hula;
" Santa Cruz Ruin;
Pipea Holland Gin;
MAU, Vrsnoli Brandy; Port, Sherry, Malaga and Chain.
" g eel Wuiet ; Pure Old Bye and Reclined Whisky, tuatara
and sa:s low, by IIAWOfITH dt BROOWNLI*I,
Sur-T.:swore to Hawor.th, Bra. & Brownlee,
Cur. (Jam Diamond and Diamond alley,
m 720 Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ci UN DRIES.-
6,191 b bbls. Eastwl , -k's syrup;
26 " New York "
" Baltimore "
t,4 hlnis New 01103111. Fu gar ;
1110 half chest.. Young Ilysuu Tva;
Black Tow, for sale by
j.,;1) dr, CO.
MANILLA PAPER.—A largo lot various
ruse, for Bale by IV 1 . U. JORINSTON A CO.,
rti Papa, V....1;4e. 57 Wend at.
IJLANTATION SUGAR 66 MOLASSES
-100 hhdia. folly fair and prime N. 0. Sugar
500 ibis., oak cooperage, prime N. 0. Molasses;
50 " St. James S. ft Molasaes, now landing and
(or role, by MILL,ER 5. RICKETSON,
terl6 Nca. 4.11 and '../.3 Litally atreet.
iILL PAPER—Of best quality—for sale
PO by W6l 0. JOHNSTON & CO.,
te'2B Stationers, 57 Wood street.
L'i NV E El/PLS.—Buff, Straw, A n lbor and
.42.1 White, Li ail .izcq, field wholesale or retat, by
WM. U. JOLINSTON CO.,
tey7 Stationere and Paper Pealers, 67 Wood at._
SODA ASII.-100 casks Soda Asti, now
landing and for sale by
inylB MILLER & II ICKETSON .
E°".-10 barrels fresh Eggs, just receiv
ed and for sale by JAMES A. J/KPZEII.,
je2 . 2. Cor-oer Market and Siret atreet.
v.,..4 3 drains extra large Cod Fish ;
3 " large " " Just received and
for sale, Ly MlLL.allt & RICELEITBON,
rcre2s Noe. 221 and 223 Liberty street.
-FOR SALE--One steam Engine, Cylinder
16 inches in clit meter, 43 feet stroke, with it Cylinder
Boilers 32 inches in diameter, 30 feet in length, with fire
front; Yly Wheel 16 foot in diameter. For price and terms,
inquire of B. C. A J. H. SAWYER,
jai) No. 47 Wood street.
LADIES' KID GLOVE CONGRESS GAIT
BILE!, with aud without !web, at tho' People's Shoo
Store, No. 17 Fifth street- DIPPENBACHER. .trCO.
GEN CS CONGRESS GAITERS CHEAP,
the Peoples Shoo Store, N 0.17 Firth street.
',19 DIFFENBACHEIt A CO.
T lIAVE constantly on hand a large supply
of Pure Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes.
There wishing anything In this line, can rely upon getting
a pare article at JOSEPH - VLIMING'S,
/Yl2 Garner Diamond and Market Meet.
$1 600 WLLL buy a Dwelling House of
8 room' and bath room, good cellar, and
other conveniences, situate on Franklin street s'3oo in hand
balance at one and two yenta. 8. CUTHBERT a
81 Market 80
r 'WEE METAL, just received and for sale,
by W. S. RAVEN,
Stationer and Printer,
Lr2l3 Corner Market and Second etroeta.
QOAPS.—A l;rge supply of Low's we
kJ known Brown Windsor Soap, Just received Ala
Roney, Palm, Lettuce, Nymph and Olin fancy Soaps con
stautly on hund at JOS. FLEMING'S,
Corner Diamond and Market street.
01,T0N'S WEST TOURIST &GULDE—
' For eale by J. It. WELDIN.
DELIV ERNI) EVERY M0RN1NG......
Forney's Press, Public Ledger, N. Y. Times, herald
and Tribune, and the Cincinnati 10,citemereial, aro delivered
in every part of the city. Trade supplied by leaving your
addrE4a at HUNT .t
jel/ lamina: Hall
W E A R.-
fient'a Patent Leather Gaiters; en
Gatint Patent Leather Oxfords ; pi
tieut'aCalf Boots; re
tleat's Fine Slippers. P.
AT Tilt PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE,
~r 2 Na. 11 Fifth street, DIFYFINOACHEIL it CO,
QTAIL CANDLES.-75 boies extra Ada
k)! mantine Star Candles, warranted superior to any In
the market, on hand and for sale by
m yl3 & J. 11. FAWIrEII
QPONGES—A large supply of coarse and
to line Sponges, of a s ary superior quallty,Just received
Corner Diamond and Marketatreet.
t lONERY FOR OFFICE USE--A
Ly largo iipply of Staple and Fancy Stationery, for of
tic,s, bank, eic.,fer sale , Ly (jolt) ‘ WELDIN.
- 17 1 RESII TEA, MORE NEW TEA— The
J 1: Boast Tea of every name, grade and color. The sub
scriber has in store and arriving, a most extensive and
c,:plupl , Le assortment of lea In chaste, half cheats and fand-;
iy boles, all of which is offered at greatly reduced prices.
je32 S. - JAYNES, Sfi Fifth street.
AHOME IN THE COUNTRY.—A new
Cottage Homo of 6 rooms, good 'collar and every
convenience to make a confertable and pleasant residence;
stable, cordage house, spring house, 260 peach trees; also,
choice appli.s and other fruit, 12 acme of land, good quality
for gardening purposes, situate at 3 miles from the city,
near the Waahlugton Turnpike. Terms easy, and Immedi
ate possession. For sale by. S. CUTHBERT a SON,
15'22 61 Market etre
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE--
A Dwelling Hansa and two large lots, with good Im.
provemeals, immediate pesseadmi. Price, $lBOO.
A Farm of 80S - acres, 40 fmproved, all prime land one
mile from Fayette Springs. Prlce,4s per acre.
A valuable property at Lawrenceville, in.complete order,
good location, Immediate porsesalen--$3500. •
A section of choice land in Franklin county, lowa, in
good location--$3,50 per acre. 8. CUTHBERT & 8014,
Je29 • 51 Market street;
CLARK STREE---T. A - Brick Dwelling
House oa Clark street, near Carpenter's alley, at the
low price of gllOO. Me% three other Dwelling ilonses near
the above.: Price,.sl.`4o, each. , Ternut.mey.
8. OUTHBEffiT 80hr. MarkeiaL
IutEIIII,ING.-50 bb s Herringl43r sale b,
AA. PM IL FL OOLLINb
EMOVAL. - -J. & U. PHILLIPS hi.ve
rennovad , to their new building, bloa. 20. and 28 8T
GLAIR street., waist p,ldo,botween Penn Stroot and the Bridge.
3 zr. a H. iPHILiirPSI
MAN ITIPACTMIZES OF MDR, FURNITURE; CAI3ItTAGE
TABLE, AND TRANSPARENT & OPAQUN
WINDOW SHADE OIIL CLOTHS
Of different Colors.
Also, LMALY,BB,IN OIL CLOTHS A VFINDOW SHADES,
• 'FOf every descriptiOh. '
Dealers ill INDIA RUBBER GOODS, of all kinds, made
under Goodyear's Patent; Agents of the Boston and New
York Belting - Companies, for the sale of their INDIA HUB
BBB, BELTING, ROSE and PACKING. LEATHER BELT
ING of Eastern manufacture, a superior 'quality ; also, Lace
Leather and Rivets. Agents for the, OHIO FIRE-PBOP
MINERAL PAINT. • Dry and Mixed Paints,' Varnishes,
011.3, Turpentine, Brushes, Glass and -Putty. HOUSE AND
LION PAINTING AND GLAZING, in all its branches,
done in the best and shortest time.
ide2oly J J. h H. PmLI.IPS,
Eeore Nos.2tl and 2 St. Clair street; Manufactory at Phil-
Bonilla, the' Ohio river, three miles below Pittsburgh.
CA.PUTS, OIL CLOTHS, meriano, go.,
' . AT TRH
WOUeth • Street Carpet Store.
6' invite the attention of their former customers '
and tho public, generally to their present stock,' just selected
for Spring sales embracing the very latest atyles of Foreign
and Hosts filaulffacture '
isonahrting In part of "Velvets and
Prussels, Tapestry and Common Ingrain: also, Brussels,
Damask, Twilled and Plain Stair: CiAIiPETS.
Oil CLOTHS FROM 2. TO 24. FM WIDII,
hugs, Mats, Stair- hods, Canton aid Cocoa Matting; List,
Yarn and hag Carpets ; Yenitian Blinds; Painted, Buff and
Green Holland Shades. „
It will give la pleasnre to show goods to all who may be
desirous of looking or purchasing, and we are determined to
otter inducements. to any who may favor us with a call, at
the old stand, No. 87 FOURTH Street, near Wood.
znyl9:ly W. D. 't IL M'OALLUILL
CLOTH CLOTIIING--Of all kinds,
black and yellow, far sale at the India Dabber Depot
and 28 at Clair street. Ide9J Jot 11. PIIILLIPB.._
gIIL CLOTHS FOR TILE FALI-TRADE.:
'kJ" We have on hand, and; aro daily receiving additiorai
thereto from our own and other manufactories, a large stoct;
of Floor iluruiture, Carriage Trimpaing, Table Cover, fkraue 4
parent, Creen and Jtuff, and all kinds of Oil Cloth, used lor
tiousefarniahing and other purPooes. Alan, Tranapment
Window Shades, of dry and oil ttnish—gold bordered and,
other atytee, and Window Shade Trimmings.
Menimits and others will find it to their advantage to ex
0-111110 our Mock and prices before =king their purchases,
elaowhare. J. a Li. PEULLIP3,
salo • 20 and 38 St. Clair street.
OIL CLOTH TABLE COVERS—Of our'
owiai and other manufacturers, for rale wholesale
and retail, by J. & IL Pfirr.fJPS,
kin 28 and 28 St. Clair street.
fr.RA_NSPARENT UREEN OIL CLOTH
? 3000 yards of a superior quality, just received from
tun factory, and fur sale by 3. k ti. P111.1..1P5.
• 17 • 28 and 28 St. Clair street.
PARRIALIE OIL OLOTlLLS.—Knamellett
with plain or figured backs—on muslin, Tvrillud and.
Duck Goads, for sale by J. Et EL PHILLIPS,
jyl7 3 26 and ZS st. Clair street.
CA — POIL CLOTHS—A few. piecei on mus-
Iln, silk, and intitatlon of silk, Lr sale at 28 and '.1.8
et. Clair stroot. ' • " J. &U. 1•11141,11'9 .
700, ci 100 IN
OSPITAL StiEN.ITINLI—Of all 'widths
and of the boat quality, for sale at the India iiiihbor
Dcput, 2ti and •id tit Clair etraat
dOc, 11 10 MIL
INDIA_RUBBER DOOR MATS—The beat
article in use, for dela at the India' itiabbdr Depot, of
' J. k IL
20 and 28 BtAllair atrart.
FLOOR OIL CLOTLIS,-
,t: Of our roan an eastern nwitiftittgro--411 widths, and
tut to suit arty elan of roorgo or tmlls—ht tka Ott Cloth Waco
rooms, No. 2dltua 2 !St. War Moot:
octLits - J. A IL SI.IILLIPS.
40c 100 The
Great Chance t Make Money.
E BEST exp MOST CERTAIN SPELL'-
$ LATION VIE TIMES—ONLY. ONE d s,
buLLAII. PEE SliA.RlS.—Porly thousand dollars "v•
worth of valuable Real Estate, Watches, Jewelry,
Silver and Silver Plated Ware, with agreed variety
of Fancy and Staplo Goods; to be disposed or in turfy, Woe
sand shares, at one dollar per share, as follows:—Upon the
payment of one dollar, i will send the payer a numbered re
ceipt, which will entitle him to ono share in the above undi
vided property. When the shares shall have beets the
shareholders shall be notified of the kat, by mail, or through'
the newspapers, and a meeting of the Shareholders shall
thou be twill in the city of Phllrdolphin, and the whole of
the property disposed of or distributed among them; Launch ,
way as shall be determined upon by them; each Sharehold-.
or shall be entitled to one vote, a Committee to bo selected:
by the Shareholders at said meeting, to conduct or superin
tend the disposition of the property, according to the direc
tions or the Shareholders, andl will then deliver the pro
perty to such person or persons as the Shareholders may
appoint to receive the some. The Raid Estate consists of
one three story brink dwelling house and lot, valued at V 6500,1
and two three story brick dwelling houses and lots valued ,
at 2100 each, in the city of Philadelphia, clear of all inctuip
trance, and title indisputable; the other property consists
of the whole stock and fixtures of ono of the largest Watch
and Jewelry Stores in the city of Philadelphia, now, and for
a long time past kept by Nit* subecrilyier. The stock consist
ing of very line Gold add Bllver litustingpdo Lever Watch
en, very (Ina Gold and 'Silver Patent Lover, Levine and other
Watches, Gold Chains, Pencils, Seals, Lockets, Ear ;Lugs, j
Brooches., Bracelets, Diamond and other Rings and Pins,.
Studs, Sleeve Buttons, to., &c., Geld, Silver, and Steel e p.c.!
taclee, Gold and Silver Thimbles,Silver and Silver Plated.
Ware, consisting of Tea Sots, Caora, Cabe Baskets, Cups,
Spoons, Knives, Forks, Ic., Esc. .61.so,Fre.nch Clocks, Music ,
Boxes, Accordeonii, and a great variety of other goods. The
above is not one of those schemes which are devised to en
trap the unwary, but is and will be a fair sale of the entire
property helonging to the subscriber, persons aro positively
assured the stos.. k has not v . purchased for the purpose of I
deception, and to palm off lumen Gilt and Plated Jewelry, I
for dive Gold, none such will be distributed, the most ;aspect,
able persons aro given as references, to those disposed to par-,
chase shares. All ciders by Mail enclosing the money will
be promptly attend.eil to, and receipts forwarded to the ad-'
dress of the sender, by return mail. Any person Beading
ton dollars at ono time, shall recelvoeloveu separate rachipta,
la as many separate names if desired.
In writing for shares, please tyrite the name of the
Poet o.llce, to which you wish the answer directed. This la
the greatest chance of getting a large amount of valuable
property, for a small sum, ea has ever before been offered to
the public. Send on your orders, as aliases are selling rapid
ly, and it is conlidently enacted the distribution will aeon
Articles allotted to persona at a distance, will be sent to
them at their expense
*S.; Agents wanteei
COPYING PRESSES, with Screw and
Lever, for Bala by W. S. HAVEN,
Stationer anti raper Dealer,
.20 Corner Market and Second streets.
ILY Ladies who design taking a " Pleamire Trip,".ehould,
provide theuntelvea with the
NNW LINENTBX:VE,LING SKIRT]
The above article can be procured at 7
• JOE. nourive.
Jy1077 Market atreet.
JJURE FRENCH BRANDY, for medicinal
purposes, by the bottle or gallon, at
HAWORTH. & BROWNLIii'S,
f is the Diamond.
10 SACKS FE
B A AG THERS,
oo f tia or ßAvn ) 1 1 00.,
Nos. 18 and 29 Woad aZraet.
IYE.-125 bush - Rye for sale by
• JAB. A. FETZER,
.2 Corner Market and First streets
riiIIIIOTHY SEED-10 bush. Good Timothy.
A Seed for dale by JAS. A. FETZER,
ILIYE FLOUR.-15 bbls. just received and
for Bala by Nara] HENRY IL COLLIM.
itY APPLES-100 bush., for sale by
Joao Erma IL COLLINI
TOXPANSION SKIRTS—SteeI Spring, and
AU all the other celebrated Skirts, for ettle - by
11 LACK LACE MITTS.—A large stook of
W excuitout styles, with and without ilagero, very cheap
at (ap26) JOS. ROANE'S, 'll Market stmt.
COTTON HOSIERY.—Every variety of
Cotton etonninp and Half How at the lowest prices
wholesale or retail, at SOS. uumErS,
a. 213 'l7 Market street.
CE,—Sis tierces prime Rice, just receiv
ed and for nab) by KILLER do RIGKETSON,
no►l2 Nca. =1 and 223 Liberty atrnat.
LAKE FISH-15 whole bble. Lake Supe
rior White Fish Just received and for sale by
JAS. A. PETZIIIt,
Corner Market and First streets.
s6on FOR a two story frame dwelling
house and lot of ground SO fsot by 100, pleas
ally situated ou SIC. Washington. Terms easy.
fed . B. OUTBBELBT lr BON. 61 Market t.
.118 ALLEN'Sflair Restorative,
Brown's Les. Jamaica Ginger,
Preston & Bierrilts Cooking Extracts,
Kennedy's klodical Discovery,
Thomp-son f s Washing Compound,
l'snan's Indelible Inlr,
McClung & Campbell's Starch,
• Lemon Syrup.
For sale by B. L. VAHNEBTOOK h 00.,
1923 • No. 80, corner of Wood and Fourth ati
QYRUP.-10 bbls. N. 0. Syrup for sale, on
IC consignment, by Olen JIMMY EL COLLINS.
QTARCH.-250 bas lloeheater Pearl Starch
readmi BP a fiv waa hv mum ir: COLLINS.
BANANAS.—First of the, season just re•
ceived by exprosa and for. solo by . •
aEVIP.% A ANDERSON,
No. 89 WOW atret,t.
Oppotato ahorloo nowt.
ROLL BUTTER-2 bbls.- Fresh Roll Butter
received and fur sale by .7AB'. A. FETZER,
tnyl2 'Dart= Idarbet and Ihrs , sta.
DIUNTING °scented in the highest style o:
art, and at ,reasov able prime, by •
J. E. WELDIN, Bookseller and Stationer,
63 Wood street, near Fourth.
NEW BEDFORD SPERM CANDLES.-
bona assorted atzta,,eis t b'is and 6's, Sperm Cazil
on hand said for talisty . .11. O. kJ.H. OA Wiwi.
TICIFF'S 40 K-KEEPING, .131nnka, and
ji.jr Duncai's eydem of Pentwinabips for sale by
- W. 5. lIAITEN,
Cortor Marki3t and - Second striiets.
CLOVERS RED.-25 sacks just received,
an d (0? sa le by [O3lll HENRY H. 001L11,03
500' GROSS HAVEN'S' No. ONE PENS.
Just received and fni gale by
• - -W. tr. HAVEN.
mr24 Corner Marked And &nand earects.
FISU,for mile by
10 DRUMS C ? 3 1 121 OOBGRAITII co
tics la end ID Wood Bisset
00.LLEY'S SAI I IVT4 for gale wholeslae
TV. '63 l. fPtiltitllT:Priigl 3 9rAgi L :
.1;4 . 4. I Cloraac ( Wood and Sittik W., iittabarati
J. &..,11. PIIII.I.IPS
town and village. All coral
L. R. BROOMALL,
..,coad arm, above Vamr.l , ,t,
WNING RODS-1 Bet Avnain
R. g Roda, fo
sale by (je2s) IIigNRY COLLTNS.
ra - is
GREAT BEA UTIFIER
So Long UnanotesabiillY sought,
FOUN AT : 1 AsT
I'OR IT RESTORES PERMANENTLY Gray Hair to its origintl color ; covers luxuriantly the
bald head; removes dandruff, itching andel' scrofula, scald
head and all eruptions; nialreethe hair sift, healthy, and
g oesy ; and will preserve it to any imaginab a ago, removes,
as if by magic, all hlotches, etc. frem the face, and cures an
neuralgia and tervons headache. See circular and the fol.
Dona, N. H., Feb. 2d, leyt.
PROP. 0. J. WOOD te 00.—..0ents: Within a few days we
have received eon:way ardent end calla-for Prof. D.J.Wood's
Hair Restorative, that today, we mere compelled Wend to
Boston far a quantity, (the tr, doion you . form riled all`being
sold,) while we might order a quantity froni'yon.4 Entry
bone we have sold seems Ca lam produced three Or four, new
customer-and the arprobatlon, and patronage it receives
cram the most substantial and worthy - citizens of our vicini
ty. Daily convince , es thatfrIOST:y4LUABLE PREP.
ARATION. ' ' -
saud us tl3 BOJO 5.i may be one gi'o93 of $1 1111Z34 and one
dossu $2 size; and believe ns yputs very tespectflillY•
`(Signed) DANIEL LATELOIIO CO.
HiCkoaY (.49ovE, St, Cherlea Co., 110., N0v.19,1950
PROF. 0. J. WOOD—ppm- Sill: .9. 015 all time haat summer
we were induced to use souls of your Hair Restorative, and
Its effects were co w..aderfol, weJfeel it om duty to yon and
the afflicted, to [...Tart it.
Our little sun's head for sumo throe had beau parfattlytov
ered with sores, and acme called' t scald head. The hair ab
moat entirely come off in consequence,.when a friend, seeing
hie sufferings, advised ua to nee your Itestoratlve, we did se
with little hope of success, hut, to am surprise, and that of
all ou-fTiOntie, a tiery_f, w applications removed Ue disease
entirely, Mall a new and lushriaht frdp of hair soots started
out, and we can new say that,* buy hue neb.ealthy a scalp,
and as luxoriant a crop or hair es any other child. We can
therefore, arxii do hereby re. oulinond your
,IleatOratlYe, as t 1
perfect remedy 1 x all ditem•es at fhe scalp and hair.
TAr_v,are, yours respectfully.
Ohollgh' W. ELIGGLNIIOTHMII,
fIIIIA /MOGEN 110THAM.`,
tio,D6lst, Maine, Sane ::,1866
PROF. WOOD—Deer - filr:,l have need twof.ottles of
Profdssor WCIO:VB Bair P.estorative, and can billy say if is
the greatest 'Recovery of the ago for restoring and changing
the flair. Before using it I wee a roan - of seventy. My
flair has now attained It 9 original color. Yon can recom
mend it to the world without the 'emit feat, airily case waa
one of the worst thud. Tours Respectfully,
0. J. WWI) S, CO., Proprietere, 1112.11roacitv4, New Yor
(In the great N. V. `Niro Railipg Establish - moat;) and . 11.1
Market Kr. at, Lutds, Mo. 1
Sold by Dr. 0 RO. UX EY 11.1 R, 140 Wood street, aria
by all good Drnr:gi4ts soldgtadlw
MEW ttirl l- . TlcaZti g r.
Private and ( - leaden:dal Medical. Advice
AT THE BUFFALO PRIVATE,Hospy-
Tiir-Establiabod for_ ; the care. of tiyphilia, Botainal
Wa.aknees and the Secret inttratties of Youth and Maturity,
by J3l*. AkiO3 SON,..liuffin,i N. V. OUice aarnzr of Main
and Quay tlelel.63,(ue taairm)
A id.t)3T - SUMNTIKO INVENTION.
An lustratmat for the Niro of Genital Dobllity, or Noctnr
-0.1 t,uiesfo t, tapro proiierly,. known su BeininalVeldrnece,
dec. Coll be pernoin. idly cored In from fifteen to twenty
ilLys; by the nen of this timirnmeat, when used conjointly
YOUNG MEN TARE PARPiCITLAII INGTI.O3I.
Dr. AMOS A 10h take plcresure./ It announcing that they
have invented a must Laiportontlailr ument for dismal) of
the above 61.mi:es. 'has biol subjected tea tost' by Ilia
most elllillnnt pilyln:11•11/1 tnipinti. Patio, Philadelphia and
New York; it has beau ‘lueltiriut 41,5 only, ti;eful izatrament
ever yet Invet.leil, tot Sciiiinulyluatnevs,or any
disease of the genital urge, r.,•c,aleedi;by 'the secret Lobito
Dr. :doh , rdir w 11..1i.1‘.? the moot skeptical
o s to the Metall of their mat:hope - 4, piodga themselves Digit
In any instance where, tli-zy May - prove unsatisfactory altar
fair trial, the money Hill lie ruined:A by retnrning tho lit.
stromentin good order. I •
Persons wieaing the useful Inatrainent clinsive
that the price, with the eacompanyiag dinctloso, occrivoly
;tacked and lout by erprees,lii ten dalnit.
NEW 11ElliEiniZI!AND QUIC:11. OUR ELI.
Dr. AMOS 8 80r/ may bc!coUtllliled from eight o'clock in
, the morning until nine at night, in every stage and aymp.
tom of the Venereal Diset-..0, Gonerrhma, Glad!, to condors
Symp_toms, Baminal or.d Eit - e tares ci
the Urethra, etc., with inv °table ot: , ,Ccay. Tho treatment
they adopt Is the lc-nit of upward of thirty years' extensive
and successful practice in 1431.1.1int1. -Tin> moat inveterate
sees of Venereal El'-i,t-r..k.01 - iraltatt,l ;In eight or nine days,
ad CMOs of a lietrirelin two ur three days, at a mod
erate expense. he. care effected without confinement or
hindrance from haziness; 43, nodea and pains in the bones
and linlba, effectually eradicated. -
A (Milli INAILItANTUD.
Dr. AMOS L. SON have ot rui their Litton LI op. tub& a
ly to this peculiar &as of tralodleo, and thareltitthey lustro
consequently bean enabled to render ifs thelrfollow-creataro
a fully testified and grent'ully acknowledged by oonvales
centpatlerita and others dully aching in town from olives
of the country, fur rho exp 4 entpraticee only of consultatinna
while their exertions havalbeen crowned with the inosesig
nal advantages; yet from Iwhat they have unperienced I -
inquiring into the masse ..17 these Infectious complaint
(from their most Dimple condition to toot.ef the most dam
Heroes and inveterated) thby Lave always entertained the
possibility of their prevention and rotnoval, and likowlsobs
variably found that the most horrible and mangnant forms
of dlsesue could almost always he traced to ono of the fol
lowing causes :—lgnortince, neglect, or the tll effects of un
skilful and improper treatment; tatirefore,. Dr. AMOS &
SON have succeeded in discovering, in the nelection of their
remedies, a safe, effectual, fired condom , . conreo T.:matting all
combination of remedies which bear en equivocal character,
as well as those whose premature or injudicious application,
might be productive of bad eenroor,oncos in the hands ad
private individuals. In short the laudiblo end of their ree
medics is the losconinge f F. great anys of human misery lel
the atleniatton, relief and prevention of those grievous
ketions that aro in reality the aocrot fog of lifa, and which,
while they aojeztremely surround ris, aloud for. our skill
and Interference for thoir!extermination..
001,1141.9. 1 7 DIVAJXOB.
Pomona lo any part the world may Ire ancuesalalks
treated by forwarding a obrr&ct, dotall of that: can, with e
remittance for meellclnes, l Ae.
Addreos Dr. AMOS .% 'WM, corner Main ar.il Quay streets,
Buffalo. N. Y. r . .PYi...2aLterly
DRIVATE DISEASES.—DR. 144u)1111 1
MEDICAL :Ind surnioAL ovicA ;„,.., -,,,r,...
No: 60 BIINP.XMLIY Street, Pitta• -- - -=-7 , --
burgh, Pa. ; , • ..... -
• , 4'
1)P... BROWN in an old citizen of Pitta -'
burgh, and - haa been in ,ractica for
last hoenty•five ware: ' butdaer
boenoopfined mostly la ' r ivals am
.OTTIZENS AND BlE.Annutt
la need of a medical fri e nd, shoal
tall to Ilnd out the our4Elece oY
The Doctor ha a regulat. gradual
hta experience to the trait:neat of
la 1, airs guar arita= to tVp euffercra Fa.
relief, by the use or his rt.modies and fallowing hie edVitle,
Mt. BROWNS 111-,11.1M.1118
flavor fall to cnro tiro wOrat form of VcacroaLDlgoascs—
Impuries au<i eerofolor3 A.ifo‘tione. all .illroasso
arising from a horoditary-taint,uhicktmanifosti itadi is tha
form of n tottor, pnoliath, ar.d a great many forms of akin
dlsoaaea, the origin of which roa patient is entirely lipkorani
To pertons atlicted ; ! Dr. 13, offbrn hopes of a atm and
Dr. DrOwn'a retandiee for thla aTeratlll,g trouble, hrontrAl
attou by that Ranter; habit of am - dal gratid.=laon which
the young and weak-rolndulofton gi'M way to, (to their cwa
deatruction,) are tha only reliable v. - mediae known in eh
country—they aro aare,itant make a reedy reateratioa
Dr. Drow - i.or remedies; never tail to cure this plural an.
ewe in a/au dor—he warrant a cure. Ho can testa
Ma t Meet * Gonorrheal, 13trictuzc h Urettirr.l Diachargoe ) pc
male Wenanca, "doLthly linppreenions, Dis.Dat.ed of the
Joints, Fistula in Ano,,Yervmm 4trectiono, Pain in thoßsz.a
and Kidnap), Irritation of Lilo Bladder, tarothar with .2.11
disease:Jar an iir.pare origin.
A lettor describing atho apmptania, containing a ran, di.
rected.to EmPairp.,l,lo.rott., Piidobargb,
Pa., will be immedintifly unsvairc.d. flociicino sent to arl
address, safely parted and au are from asmiation. . .
Office and Privet Itc(re.z, No. CO tiraitiitthi street, Iqtis
bargb, Pa. air)
OW IS Y Ul; `TIMID,--Buy Summer
I'9 ;itioes wtaitt cifn get them so cheap, at the PEO
PLII'LI CIIEAPCtp. , ffrOlt.E, No. 17 'Fifa, idreet. W.
will contlntie to soil nt rulneed rates for sovoral weeks.--
+lave your mouoy by buying at' the low priced,. Gent'.
flaitery for tho cure:din' low prim 'of $2. A few mord
Ladies' Gaiters left at,' $1,25, north $1,75, soiled on' the solea.
eengrela Gaitera f0r11,25. Now is the time to buy cheap.
anlB 01_1411N1140ELINt ,4 00.
!gala ; galwens,
IVA. O. JOIEINSTON - 4 CO,
()MVP, 0114--12 bmketi of trio - Olive Oil,
for nada non, ze etaul tido day, by • • "-
i:11 , 11 .17,301.11Z(1,
ner Dili:motif bad Market et.'
.lOTORIAL WI DOW 1301 t HENS.—A
new, baxatira exu:i chew p article, idoolemod - fortha oz.
eluding or ineectn, of all kladm, fram pa,siag tnin - tigh sin •
down when the ,aab ie rabantl, tin•l at tb.,, :HMO flaw admit
ting a free currant of an. They ore got tin In a minty of
beautiful ucenea, an: aro ornamental
sato wholeydu and retail, at and 28-St. Cilairotroot, by
. J. I: 11. PIITLLIPS,
Eiol Agent for filannfactnitero in Pittobargb.
TOBACOO.--Th boxes,_ assorted brandg 5',9
cod 10'd Tobano, now landing, and for sale by
MILLER t RIM:ET/30N,
and N04.'231 and Yl3 Likrty street.
§7, - 1 YIiCIPS: - - - -- • c ' ' ' '
03 bbls. choke OolCia Syrup; • . • • • -
20 ~ :kes t nick's First Quality Syrup;
75 " , St. Jauaoe Linger flouts liolassra
In store and for sire by Mt LES A 111011EZCS0N
and - Non. 2:11 and 223 Liberty alscet.
WORTH. a`VIENTY CENTS; and seWt
at TWELVE cENTa, white and colorist_
Stockings, at JOSBP.II.I.I.OIINEM,
: ~77 •literk , t street.
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Cl.O TO THE PEOPLE'S 13110FrSTOB,E,
ILA end bay your Shoes at reduced Alear 131111 V
SOILED 8110k.'8 and GAITERS selllux.Cll2Al'.. GENT'S
GAITERS and SIIGEB, selling low. Gent's Patent Leather
Gaiters for Now /3 the time for ha:gall:la.': Go and pro-
cure a pair. Gent'a Calf Oxfordwand - '116.5, , Buck and Calf
Gaiters, cheap. 130 - s'e ci.1.1 YGuth's Euromer , Show
at low rates. Call sobn. DIFFENBACITM.A CO:
jyl7No 17 Fifth emet, near Varkot,
ANOT trapply of Low Son's, superior
Lomita. '.l_ellot Scapa inceived t0:437, by
fela Co rner lUDIo • - nd and 51arliai St-02t
u: Ceidt,_ ~ Oirmlars,
Ptice Lista, 13111.LaLlinf:,',
- .} Letter Ileadg,
Printed ir ouporior
ptylo at short notice, by _ .
- : • ; i SVDI CI, 701LNEM 0 ri a zo, -
' pruitaivi Bialk Booltlllanufactnzont e.utt Stntionors;
_i_ Iny,l „ , 1 -. ' fa Wax! streak.
11/d.ONS-5 0 boxes Palermo,
in No 1 o
der4jult reveled aria for sale. by
RIIY51)1P. 4 ANDERBOI.I
E 4 Woad street,
Ovposlte the EL Charles IforeL
- for ?aleby ; --.
k • arm
IOPLACK CRAPE COLLARS:---Be
AP grew for rola, at - .TOBNIPH - 110ENVR.
-,- (jORATOR.-7-3.0 gross
11. A. TATLNEEITOCIR Co,, _