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'1.1.13 DAV, r-nliticra, rary, Cr'.'' , :tO
rl Local, Tcitl:;r6i.Lic and. iTilLzollanenua.
Thin Paptr lx•lng of tho Lanur.s; Isehtly
an flue white pai ,- /r, In lgrge, clear tyre, will bf ,
inn enbacritar to girt, bettzr asti3f.t:tic - a atan any 1 ,, y ,, r
intlishad in YittmDr.r;,ll.
Th. - nu fate a Pittsburgh, wilt '1,1.1
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JA.121.111S P. iStAltit,
F.c. , itrz and Pro- :let,
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BOOK-AND JOB OFFICE,
"EaTJI.L. /1 , 1 CaEl,
Curves Of Fifth and Wood StrectS,
PITTSBIII - 1.01 1.
E undenigned havin,?, ?dad:: 6:ii-aipilve
additicr,. _t tae LATEST Ait7l4 H LSO!'iEST STY t E
tr , TYPE, apd improTul Mr. , Attiliert, - ,tc thrt .110B.Nrria
;.JB 01 7 E10E, tr.cite ta t:trpti , n of tleil R ,- . ,, .d 0.11.
Slerchatatt, bu2ir.es3 th:t pull is ge , u&ra.ll),
ulterior fitoilities :Jr ett-,:tactrng vitt;
tans, all kin& of
N. AIL Eto A, D ,
LEG A L,
/ll) ETIDIY Cr2LtER DESCRIPTION
PLAIN & FANCY PRINT IN G
r0.5tti , ..1 being nearly 511 Tac;c, ec can give
once of tLe nioiL camplila satiZaotion, mod Dram
bOOF—Q, pA 11 Pi 3 E,PP
AIL ROAD BILLS AND CA.1 4 .1.)5,
. BANK If:INCR.°, ELA_Nia:
Lf 'TER HEADS, HILL to SU3,
BlLti LADING, CLlLlTillAk.ti,
PAMIR BOORS, DELI_Pe,
JrZ" P.:Z.411.w •atteaci.ll will 1.60 Lk, priut.,,g
Pofitet.s., for C - q - lc,:srts,
Arci:3•3l. hARP. h NIYEIL,,
The People's Shoe Store.
D. S. DIEFFENBACHER &co ,
o:Leap Caah Deal6ra to uf
BOOTS ) SHOES IND iiiITERS,
Fer Gentleman, Ladies, Youths and OMUrea,
AO. ILI Fifth Stract, riciar Market,
cd PITTSBURGH., PA
PERRIN c,, JOHNSON,
eroptietors of Childs & Co.'e
Patent Elastic Ftre and Water proof
133 THIRD tiTRILWI*.
ORDERS for ROOFING promptly and faith
rally execited, and all our work. warranted.
Roofing material always on hand, and for sale, with di
rectione tar me setaa y
JOS. F. HAMILTON & 00,,
ENGINEERS AND 1114CHIN.ISTs,
Corner of Past sad Ltherty street:, Pittsburgh, Pct.
QIIPERIOR STEAM ENGINES fur Grint
and E,Aw Mlll9, Brewenea Printing Establiehmou,-,
incsde to order. They alto contwuz , Lt,
ut.suntactuire of their Webrrit,d Machinists' Tools. such
Puraing Lailie4, Iron Planers, Boring and Drilling
Cr- Also, Wrou.:ht Iron iihafting, with Pulley'',
SC. &C. 51it...1.3
JOHN THOItILIPSON & CO.,
Horst - - PA- INTERS, GLAZIERS .1. Nll
GRAINER , No. 1.13 U Third stroLt. .9.1(1N
iNG esectund with neatneas and de patch. Mixed Pe.
Turpentine, Tarnish, Japan and English Patent le
Ville Montaigne Zinck, a very Fuperior article;
and Pittsburgh White Lod alway 4 on hand and
eale. iVe are prepared to grind colors tor Painters, Dr rr4-
iridt., or others, at the shortest' notice, as we have a 14111
is h grinds by steam Painters will date money by ~.ett
iug Weir c'...lors ground with us.
GOLD AND BILVIiit tiPECTACLES,
Et'L Eti.8.151-31t-PACTUREIVE. PItH r
THERHOMETiate. A ISA l:,:11 ur
gring to Irics from tr. to
I wave cr,
a- - 1:41 F512/4
ea= opp,aite rtiasz•alz,
B. .51. J. EL SAWYER,
la n f cTORIIII
No. i 7 Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pi.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTN EltSillP.
The firm of BAWORTH bRO. A BROWNLEE
on the ed of May, 1858, dissolved by mutual e%)aisGut, by Lb
withdrawal of JERE HA WORTH from me above
The accounts of thii late firm will be eottl, t.y HAWORTH'
JE111:1 uiTOHTfi, to tiom the at “s e
firm, kindly thanks his former patrou. nwi Ms. - , the patr.::,
4). the late firm, for the very liberal parrousza r,-
°dyed, and would recommend them to his 3110:4'8,
EIA WORT© 1c BROWNLEE, as they ore determined
at low figure; kgring a very large amortment cf OH EA P
tar DAVID LIAIVOUTE and JAAII'S BfluW'ri t.
nave this day ass.xlsted together, and will condone on :se
lousiness at the OLD STAND, corner cf . Diamond «Ind lila
aemd alley, under the style of li.AWOILTH
where they hope to Terme° that patronage oZ) liberal) given
to the old fa - m, as they are determined to sell CILHAVEIt
than nay other 'Store In toe city. myld
Office of Sealer of Weights and
THE OFFICE OF THE UNDERSIGNED,
SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND ...TBASUR 89,
ktay be found henceforth, In Cherry alley, be rat,h Third
9,nd Vocrth streets, uhere crdera may to left.
MaBttl MIA BLEB 13.STINIa'v.
S. HAVEN'S Elastic Steel Pens just
receivad, and far rat e at tho Stationery Store,
Jctft Nos. 31. 33 and 35 Market atre,t.
THE FRANKLIN ALMANAC FOR 1559.
—This well•known and popular annual, formerly pub
lished by Johnston k Stockton, after a lapse of years, will
again shortly be issued. The circulations as formerly will
Is made by t-e skillful mathematician, Sanford CI. Hill,
Esq., who will also prepare for its pages such reading mat
ter SS will make It an entertaining and instructive maga
clne. Besides the reliable astronomical calculations, a new
and ingenious table of tima, an accurate method of drewiLi;
meridian Mee, and other matters of permanent value will
Orders of booksellers and other dealers are solicited la
advance of pnbllcation, as but one edition will be printed,
and orders will be filled according to priority.
WM. G. JOHNSTON A 00.,
Putiliehers Printers, Stationers, and Blank. Book Makers,
b 7 Wood street, Pittsburgh. /e 22
►rWO DWELLING HOUSES FOR RENT,
by S. CUTHBERT A SON,
61 ifseVet stroet.
1 1 ,SEAlloll--.300 has. Pearl S
Ital age by (IQ HUBS' IL OOL
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DAMK , COIM SIIELLEFt.
TUE PROPRIETORS OF THE "PITTS
BURGH NOVELTY WORKS" lat Ting, through Mr.
Adam., (the principal mechanical -1; mini of the firm,)
lettera patent, dah-d Cith Anguir. 1353, for a no
and ~ i tup'e instrument :or SHELIA NO hi.N, truly neat,
comp, of and portabl, e,ombinin;; durability, utility and
cleaunms; a necestary appentiai-.e to t.,.rmer's barn,
Is new offered to the neaple of 17ait, I Las at a very
low prico. We have no Potent ftichti" for sale, but
manufacture and sell the article nt our wort.. Owing to Its
compact form it is deqtlue.l acon to bc-cumn au article of
trade In every Hardware Merchants' ith-lf
Tho Machines are of t•vo deal, weigtithg only ab.ot 345
and CrO p,uudi, and may ha scoured to a pillar, or door,
as you w,nld a coffee mill. Wa add moo, when seen,
epeetb for itself.
3raidt W 1,1V1:4,./.0•ON, Ci)PVLA NI/ It: CO
IT IS THE CHEAPEST, SIMPLEST, SMALLEST,
to 'b., Ckculug znt... t - utu '
fittlet'lvtt 7 . , Ll,O 4ste,
tut".'.'v ,ia. brit .
- !tiaautti , u r )1
Or) t?,l1 ar. , t. S. t
DitY . GOODS,
AND ROSIN SOAP
PUBLISHED I)ATLY BY JAMES P. BARR, AT THE "POST BUILDINGS," CORNER OP WOOD AND FIFTH STREETS; AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM:
IV:a ('huff Twice as Fag as any in the &rioted States
All MN TRIDE. 1858.
STAPLE AND - F NEY
- .IEI e 72- CZT• C.) 1"::, ,
OP NEWEST SFYLE::4
Ei 14' LTA U tki EVERY VARIETV.
ill A KIN COBUROS, MUSLIN DELA N
VELVETS, SILES, ALPACAS, GINGIJAMS.
CASEIMORERES, SATINETS, VEST.INGS.
FL ANNEL:', PRINTS, BLEAT) AM) liflOirt: (it), pOS
Y; itL n comp:it° lino a
E R 0 I 111 ,Hl 1 sS,
ft ild t.t.l^,r at.) Ica of Gouda adapted to
A FIRST CLASS TRADE.
All of art: oticl-,1 for 6,!r• , chrap.
VV. G. CHIVIICK & CO.,
13S Market & 133 Merelt , tut
ti 'l' It t. F: "I
DURABLE, FIRE AND WATER PRoOI%
JOSEPH HARTMAN, •
teee.ntly Ageut I, r 11 M. NV Laren & )
, lANUL'A TUKER AND 1,FA1.1.11
W 1. • Ilk
El.l - !Lic CEMEN
cAN VAS 1100 F i ;
E 4 -111 ir:REET, opr,oelto 041 V.,1
PittAburv, l l. Pte. !fft
/ A Celli) r JA NI S 11. J .c% R-
I.f 1 . 11;: LLIN6
A F.l . —.Ay lut the 4 L el2Lt yea. a with the
Abu* , I netitutlun. as Chief Physician, and a tx si ve yea's'
course ut steady devotion to the Unroof Pula. mar, Con.
samptiou aud its landre i diseases, together ulth my un
rivalled opportunities and Zdyt.inte, ;T. of patlio;ogiCal Thdohrril
—aided not a little by a perfect eystem of .Medic::' I , jusla•
tier — boa enabled me to aarive at a decisive, &rot t and suo.
cestitul course of treatment tor the positive and radical cure
of all di•easea of the Throat, Lungs, ar.d Air-Passagts.
Inhalation, the vapor and curative properties of rile,Leine,
are directly a,..lrestaal to the diseased organs and the totegm
meut .1 do not advise the use of Medical 'Mistral hu of
kind, to the exclusion of yetwral Irellment; and a , though 1
cotifdder tt a useful ii.dJuvent in the proper maungoincui. ai
three fearful and often fatal di.esser, yet I deem it very taw
misery that each patient should have the benefit of I.oib
and local treatment. The Flee-oaf of my t:eatmel t
tu the above diseases, and the high character of the I tii
Win over which I have 160 long had the honor to preside
tot, well known to need airy eulogy or comment !row u.,•.
At the isolicitation of many private anti I.refuss:mial frie•tde,
through whose plulanthr , pic aid the above charity has been
Mug awl liberally scpp,,rted, end after due consideration, I
have couchhied to maim surer arrangements to will brtng
the ti netlte nl oil exp,r.cohnt.e arel treatment within the
,each of n i l mud not confine myself, as heretofore, to three
only who entered the luOrmary, or woo were able to rfsit
a, at m y o fi...v. [lisping therefore that the arrangement
will give entire satisfaction, b,th to my professional breth
ren and the public, I would reepectfnlly announce In o - m•
elution, that lean now be c,nsulkci personalty or by letter,ou
all diseases as above, end that the medicines, the same as
lased in the Institution,
prepared to suit. each individual
case. Ir.haling Vaivrz, AfAiicai Inhakrz, dc., rte., will be
forwarded by expres. to any part of the United States or
the Canadas. Times—My terms of treatment by letter are
as follows, viz: $l2 per month for each patient which will
include inedidue sufaci,ot for one umath's we; ale), In
haling S epor, sad an inhaling Apparatus. Pr 'merit as tot
low,: $6 to ire paid to Exprees Agent on rece..it of the box
of Medicine, and the balance $l3 rat the expiration of the
month, if the pati ut be cured or Is entirely satisfied with
the treatment. Patients, by...giving a full history of their
cane, and their symptoms in full, can be treated hd well by
letter as by pastoral examination. Patients avaiting them
selves of Dr. Jarre're treatment may rely upon immediate
an I permanent - relief. as he seldom has to treat a case over
thirty lays. I,stterti for atiTicd promptly ateiwered. For
further pestlctilars, addrem
JAMES M. JARIIETT, NI. D.
No. e 39 Broadway, tor. Twelfth St.., Li Y.
P. S.—Physicians and others visiting the city are re
spectfully invited to call at the infirmary, where many
interesting cases can be witnessed, and where our tn.
proved apparatus for the inhalation of medicated vapor
can be seen and Inspected. }yak:dm
Summer Lager Beer.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO
inform his friends and the public in genital, that ho
Is in the daily receipt of this delicious Beer, from the
known Brewery of J. N. Stnyttb, Allegheny City, It ha, ug
been pronotmoed to be the best that was manufactarud herd
for many years, CLEAR, TASTEFUL and PUlth. Give me
a call and try It. JOHN ROTH,
ap2.4:tl At his old stand, No. 26 Diamond.
I AMES MILLING AR, MONONGAHELA
u PLANING MILL, would respectfully inform the puhlic
that be has rebuilt since the fire, and having enlarged his
establishment, and filled it with the newest and most ap
proved machinery, is now prepared to furnish flooring and
planed boards, scrawl sawing and resawiug, doors, sash and
shutters, kiln dried, frames, mouldinics, bk..r. in .ke.
South Piltaburgh, September 7, 1.807. 10.40
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
A. DM 'PAELLAND,
• MERCHANT TAILOR,
Corlior of Fourth and Smithfield Streets
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THA'
be ba4 rived hie Spring Assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS,
Of the 11.43 W t styled, Lest quality and most elegant descrip
tions, Wilk he id prepared to manufacture to order ha the
And with such a character of workmanship, as cannot att
to satisfy and Webs the most tastidiena tastes, I myli)
plain nd. tinny. Also, shade Trimmings,
alwaye un halsill at sad for sale cheap
ATV and 48 St Glair aims.
HOTELS Sc RESTAURANTS
BLAIRSVILLE, INDIANA COUNTY, PA.,
COL. ROBT. EVANS, Proprietor,
AVING PURCHASED THIS 110CSE
from itA (ono, •I BI) \IA
tor. I')01. and rt)fltted ),, I -1 , 1 • - ;•' P! ••••I
I:1 1 / 4 1 11. 1 ,1. A c; I. I. A(IIf F. I:,
:10L13• is tww, milt nty.clally for tub purpo4,l ,4 a
lis et Ciata sluntsuroct en/I 4.11111 the prop:it:tor loa
int; : ail tnauy year. ”xpuriosoo in th GU/Si:A.4l4 will k cep
constant's , on tiatul beet th st thin mss Isle ufford. lie
Lignite and 9 1r.% arl of tllo beat quality. iloWalstE
all Lie .l 3 tin" public guuuraily to give him a
call at the Syrucrmiuu••. LJel2:l,y
4. 4 5 )
:.- - 41.A Excelsior Restaurant,
No. 111 woon street, L
AKE AND EASTERN FISII SOLD
.1J Wholesale nod Retail, at the lowest cast prices.
Larg , supplies of 3delous, Peaches, and Sweet PotiVoes
teethed duly. AlFu, New lurk Prince's Day Egg darbor,
Shell Oysters, the fluter, ever brought to this city. Evt ry
delicacy of the season constantly on hand, and served up in
the wort palatable style. Don't forget the Excelsior Itt n.
touraut, 'u. 111 Wood street..
Corner Irwin Street and Duquesne \Air y
YITTSEIJ Rig It, PA.
B. D. MARKER,
(Fvt uko:13; of Clio ItLuter Pa )
d E BCOTT HOUSE IS NOW C 02,1
Ala/ OPEN teOlt al/ 115(76. It le eltnatkl
it a cut: teal part of Cho city, Lailuir cuaiunient to all Itnllruail
'rho il,use wo,A built in 1364, with all modern laipluve
inunts, and ilttwi up in splundid style—the entire Furniture
tv itnr, ntra --and will in over} respect too a first class LioteL
f.II'ABLES itre attscht,l to the pi uniisea. I jul2:y
COlll%l 11:CtiAr ILE.' Et Eiias .11 El t11.4,111T
By ELI YOUNG, Firra STRasT.
, 4 .-:* 2 1 . 7
, The, situation ,f Nierrhauta
• and othera is diracted to this".
a.tublishniont. which fins been recently fitted
up for the p.irpc.co of affording a CAN.
TIAL LATIMI lIUUSI4 L^i A OIiNTRAI. LOCATION ,
aocatry folks attending nnuitet are particularly invited to
all. Elverythir.g pertaluing h an FLIT itif3 SALOON will
slwaya be found, of .ho fresh&it the wlrsat affords.
sq. CLn• ley
THE NATIONAL SALOON,
tinder itcoster•ii Nevi f(fitlisital Tneeil re,
PITTSBUP.O Li, PA.,
1). BARNARD, - - - PROPRIETOR,
FITTED UP IN A TASTEFUL
and comfortable style, the large centre store in the
off LI FELIAMS HALL, Fifth stre,t, al a MST CLASS
ItESTAURANT and SALO, N. Hating had many years'
experience in the Gaullism, be le repined to supply the Lest
,the market affords. Ills EMr will be furnished at all times
with the beet tglues, Liquor 4 and Ales The entrance to
the Saloon, is in the coerce of the Hail, and refreshments
will be furnished at all tunes, DAY and NHS LIT (Sundays
(1)R: PEN/vA AVENUE 4- THIRD
%.. V. Ist; \,'ERIDUE
14. W. 'KANAGA..
S. FA 0 T E d,
II ttp.),l Like Yarlaaa.. t/el,,t,
IJITTSB1.1126 1 ! 1 , l'A
I A.HICB aA51:60/4, Proprietor.
HOW3E 18 LOCATED UN THE
a corner ui P.,NN nod SASII I NliT , /N Siroets, Letvi li
ch. , KN TAAL AND WESTERN EA 1 LILO AU DE I'OTS,I2!IIt
tom nuclei - gone 31 thorough improvement, remodeled and
forukhed With I.OW lau, thu moat
frit, t 11,34 , 1 in Pittsburgh, or Travel , rs by ktalleoad, Fed
di Iv oft. atyB,ly
AN SION Eio I_l SE, Li ElOl - tGE A U EN'EL
PLOPUI.LIGH _No. 344 Liberty street, Jrpit Uositio the
Peksscii4er Depot of the Pennsylvania which makes
it the oust sancenieut hound in the city"tor t
riug by that road.
Thu prepriotor having, at wuslderable expense, Altai up,
ezoellont style, the 11AN8ION Roust:, would -respect
fully elicit a share of public patronage. There in atte.da-d
s tiTABLE and emteasive WAGON Y Alit., afford.
tag attiplo uccoutunalation it, travelers and teamsb r u Ilia
and his: will be fut uldhoti with Lob brat cur market
ROU F ti,
NEW ICE CREA DI SALOON,
1 , 1 l' 11 STREET.
hew It I sel, and Offal up eavoral couttuudi
,ui! , ,cll. (he Y.,xchauge Bank, .311 Fnth
stovt, ahieb FIJI. now rut the Smartie: :1.0,4,11. IA
• iee aud g-altlemeu oau ai yap:, find au abuudaut bupply 01
C.b:\ F Alt , NLi.O r, 101!: ell EA:11,
%V AT KR 11:6—•!, au.l all the refre3hruentm or the e•e33.113. All
:r 0 Geatt.d to VIA': the ro,aaa, and Lust
:t,rlPtei eta. if 1.0 tfaltlNl(. V.'•
tLippincott, Shorten Ss. P %nrsoni
NO. 1 WOOD bI1l1;ET, H 1 I,IU.
mi AN UFACTURERS OF TR'.rNKS, \r€t,-
lices, s and Bonnet Boxes, LaAtillri Travelin g
Trunks, Carpet 13sgs, hcc, keep conStantly tsa baud a karge
stock. We are pt spared to do a Nrholeiale trade, and hay.
kr : r, facilitias is turn out gro.l atnck of rsdncsd priut.ls, wr
trou:,l in vi!. the titt.l-. to r.a:l awl oxt,titte our Iroct.l. , 1 ,0
fl 0 M ERCIAL PRINT'INO .
I'c)- 1,12:GA I,
Hit-co:0110 the neatest umuuer, promptly aud at ULIKAP
TYPE METAL FOR SALE
Firth ffi,cr L'asburylt Th..a
JAMES KATIEP., Proprietor.
CARD?, II A NDBILL: 4 , BILLIIEA DS,
PAPER BOOKS FOR L A W YRRS
PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
BARB_ Ss MYERS,
hIORNINU POST JOB OFFICE,
CORNER OP WO D AND ruin brfalTd
The uutiervigned have a large quantify of
L'YPEI METAL FOR SALI
uquirn tit the MORNING POET JOB OFFICE
BARR & MYERS
joos RESTS—Made of Mahogany and
well finished, fur sale by W. 8. HAVEN
J AIrVER'S SEAL PAPERS Various
sizes and c.lors al ways on hand, at
jel4 Corner Market and Second eta.
FOR SA LE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
PROPERTY.—One sMam engine with needful pumps
and safety valves; cylinthr 1'294 in bore, 4 fret stroke, 40
borne power; one Woodworth planing mill, with right to
use; sue circular saw mill; one upright saw mill; one lath
milt, with shafting, pulleys, etc., spiders, etc., for aannect
in g the same; one two thn d boner, 22 feat tang, 42 inch .e
in diameter, all in good order ; also, 3 cylinder ballets, 2d
feet long, end 30 Inches in diameter. The above will be sold
altr.gether or separately, to stilt purchaser?. Apply to
JAMES C RICHEY,
se2'2Real E.itate and Bill Broker, 65 Fifth at
-vv-A_N S2O,OOO.—TW ENTY 'f II oU -
BAND clallsrs of good Business Paper. Apply
JAMB C. RICHEY,
sell Real Estat., and Bill Broker, 05 Fifth street
FIVE tiUNDRED ANI) FIFTY DOLLARS
will pur.haso a Two Story Frame House of 4 rooms,
rellsr, , tc. Lot 20 foot front by 110 deep, altuato in Alle
gly.ny city. S curaußßT A SON.
5022 61 Market street.
CHEESE.--2UU boxes extra prime Cuttin
ch...se, Just received bud for ;ale by
8022 REMIT IL COLLINS.
MAC& EREL-25 bble No. 3 Large, just
received and for
ae22 lIENRY H. COLLINS.
BONNET VELVET.—Every variety of Bon
net material, Mut, Velvets and Sevin., for sale at
AMERICAN WATCII FOR RELIABLE
TIMIL--Tbese justly celebrated Watchea disclaims
any part of foreign mechanism in movement or care, and
poSBCIIS ell the qualities of the beat Swiss Watches. They
ere with Lover Escapement, equti to the English, and in
point of OM° and price, distance ill competition.
Na 42 Fifth street, noar Wood,
atapfpr_the celebrukud Am, titan W.tches.
DROOMS.-50 dos. reo'd and for sale by
AP nun HEM EL OW LW
PITTSBURGH, THURSDAY, OCTOBEit 7, 1958.
PIANOS AND MELODEONS
cEEEB ATE!) "I .INI VAC T 0
.2%1. :. Y. k
W WARDS ROW N, and W. P. 1:111illSON,
FOrto N.faiii•r4; 01 of which
will Wid ptIC(.4I, .lia wananlw7.
The prii,olit sio..h, has basis aolectail by the subscriber per
sonally, aiul every Plauu is warranted to be perfect In ever y
particular and will be sold at i.,33 prices than have d9or beau
offariul In this city,
Fine non , au i ercJuil u.d P,auud to rout at $2, $3, $1 end
$5 per motth. JOilN 11. '.1E1,1,011., 51 Wn.d street,
WA s .s :.=;
, 4 t
ACIIOICE LOI or the unequalled
STEIN WAY A SoN'S, New York Pianos. not rt:
cemed ; auto:l l 4'4 them a Three Stringed Louts XIV, of 'PAY
oc"aves, and saperh workman whip Wo tout, h this
lust ornout a;ainst any Orant Piano in this city for ?tritn
dear, volt 're anti beauty of tem, 1 lot Steinway Pianos tall
10-yuild all doubt tho watt yet feet t.ttta mad- anywhere, cod
are UFA: awn tie moot ;aopular loot, Unients to Sims
world. They a - t• t.tity a arrault-d :.y the makers and Ede
xlitiacrita re, tot bald at N.ss Y, rk tac'cry I.lr.ceb
For sal. by 11. H , No. bd Fifth at.,
Sa:e agent for et teiuway's Pianos
Also received, n due LI of none t Clark's, and also
Dunltam's Plano,. 11b.,
P ROP R I ETC ti,
rruE SUBSCRIBERS IIA v E CONSTANT
-a- LY hand ti ct;Mplet,
SILK 6,N ti BUNTING FLAti3 niADIs To Olthillt
QT. CIIIRLE,7i LIVERY STABLES.-i
The Ciaderffignerd bu boalht the lease
of the above named titahlet,
sive stoct cf Liortle3llll.l
late the property of James Mathews, decanted. in additiod
to the stock before.mentiened,,he has also added a uatat.,t 01
VINE ItOBSES, BUGOLLS AND CABBIMIES,
which Wdroe': formerly employed et Ida Liver) St4bles
rhird, bolo*: Wood utroot. As, ha given Itt3 poreonal ntt,m
don to the business.% a continuance of the paum.agu
he het hitherto received n•G public is aolicited.
JACOB GAIII , NEB,
Bt. Charles liv, , r3
b. B.— 4 LIEARBIS and any number of CA ItRI AtIBS cwu
slanye be pr,carod for
ou Lanu , .11 ki fur ash, at
77 .11ark.t stroet
',l ti R. - 44) 1,1, -4 ottoice s % uro rl
rfi ii: e fur
t i j t T
Corocr Thlrkut and Firm stt,
G ENTS' StiOE: - AND GAITERS.
ItI.ANK - '
PIANOS AND MUSIC
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
-0 F -
4ELE("11 , 1) kut 1 . 11, r k!.l '11:t 0.1 '1!1..:
11AV4N, it AU I , i a , A. 11. ti ALE Jt Ncw
PIANOS TO RUNT
Botwenn Di:smond All.) , and Fourth street
(LITAR 1' t 1 () 1) ti
it At ~ ..L DS
: , ,i.tlHlgb
T A t,8K1.9,
1.11,61 , 1•111 D WIT LI /JILL ic,D IFldicel to ez 321 US I' NOM)/
3110. U. f3tS'AGUR.I.4 60N.
AT NIANUPACTURER:i . VRICES,
U II E A I'
It ntiu6A. It
N. i jel
1)1.;101 EILACKBELtRY ANL) CaERR'?
LitANDY, L.r tualicitatl parpobea, nt
cL lu tho Num .
uarti.i, Frvi g ht Mils,
Circulars, Dray Receipts,
Bill Heads, Llbels,
Ruiii,....0l ItoLeipta, Bilis Lading,
With every other duecriptiuu of JOl, Plilitil37, executed
with pruxuldnese and at lair prices.
.7 . IL VI• MLDIN, ts
Printer and Mud, r,
my3l Wood street, near furth.
. _ _.
INDIA RUBBER CURRY COMBS.—The
JIL beat article in use, Just rezeived at the India Robber
Depot, 28 and 28 EL Clair str,eL
511 barrels Extra No. 1 Lord 1.3d1;
28 " No. 2 Lard Oil, on hand and for oak.,
by [myl3l IL C. ,4 J. 11. SAWYER
INDIA RUBBER UORKSOREWS
.. Propelling Pencils;
u " Pons;
" " Inkstands;
J. IL WISLLIN,
Bookseller and Stationer,
ee:10 dg Wood street. near ll'ourtn.
F1X1.1.-500 packages White Fish, Bainiva,
and Trout, for sale by (ruy27) IL H. COLLINS.
JNO. D. M'CREAIt Y'S COL'D PRLNTiIs:
IN S—Sold by itar24l J. IL WNLDIN
CCORN.-10 bags shelled Corn received and
for Bale by Ile3l HBNBY lI . COLLINS
COUNTRY BACON.-1060 Dm. Country -
BACOD, Hews, Shoulders and Sidea, recdved and f,,r
X 3 by JAB. A. FRITalt,
myl9 Corner Market and Piro at..
i ,r bale by
ictUCKWILEAT FLOUR.-20 auks Buck
wheat Flour, 50 lb Backe, Jut received and for sale
IicOA_NDLEM, hINANS & 00
Corner Wood and Water atreeis.
FLOUR. --25 bbls. Superfine Flour received
and for ealn by EicOANDLESB, MEANS a CO,
foal Corner Wont end WaZer stretfte.
VMIURANT RIFLES.—A most desirable
and cheap weapon, at 1.1047:$1 a TETLEY'S,
• IN4. 1174 Wood ten:: t
J ARD.--A prime article of No. I Lard, i
1,4 barrels and Eogs, fast received and for all, Ly
IIitcOANDIXI3B, !MANS 8 Co.,
I a 2.3 Corner of Wood and Water A. aela
HOUSE KEEPING ARTICLES. - -
\Jlertutut Salver Spoons;
ilvis Plated Spoons, (extra heavy;)
And many other housekeepers' articles, fur sale at
6825 SOWN A TETLEY, No. 136 Wt.:A .1.
GLASS. ---3 00 boxes assorted sizes Window
Giros, good country brand. fir sale by
my 6 IfiblikßY H. 001.f.1N. 1
EW MAP OF OUR COUNTRY—Present
and prospactiVe,--elnbradifrk the United States and
Territories the Canada+, New Brunswick, Neva Spotlit and
New Puuutiland; ale Mexico, Cuba, and tee Islanda,
Central kmerica and the Isthmus of Panama, all the New
Discoveries in the Polar Regions by Dr. Kane and others,
and all the New Settlements, and even the Conatiesoiltan•
cos and Nebraska, each in itsproper position, all on the same
scale, compiled from Government bur" ya and other rens.
ble sources. itor ink by W. S. HAVEN,
Stationer and Paper Dealer,
au2 Corner of Mark - et and Stcend ate.
VOR SA L E.-2,4 Acres of first-class Garden
ii L situate raven milra fromthe city. Improve.
mutts good — duo orchard, excellent z. - ater, limeetone and
coal in great abundance. Will be aold low and on easy
terms. Agply to JAMES C. RIOURY,
Be2 o Real Estate and Bill Broker, No. 65 Falb street
OUSES FUR BENT, BY S. CIITTLIBER
EON, 61 Market itreet.
A email two story brick bozo, of fonr . cuki tc4ou
and cellar, 011 muff art ot, klighth ward, sqoo per month,
with approved vecnrity.
A email house In Etpltom Conti, Cont, $11,2•5 per mouth. •
A good, dwe ll ing boasa in camp
,oreer, eleoroa roonte.
bath room, etc., situate on Second stmt.
A house of ton room on Tbirclitoreet.
A %yardman" on Smithfield street.
A largo store room on Fourth street.
200 boxes Roman Soap;
100 '• No.l Baldly Snap;
200 Chemical Oliva Soap;
No. 1 Olm Pala► Soap, lu Mara and
MILLER & ItIOICETBON,
Nos. 2'21 and'223-I.lbarty'atireet.
for gale by
ONION 8.-10 tibia. Onions for oats by
LIU ?PON ei„'
•ms! -d HORN
I . NI
J H. PHILLIPS
D EPOT FOR THE SALE OF COAL OIL,
1351 South Second Street,
Lubricating Oil for all ktadt of Ma'alucry, Eittaa.le or
arivarliir ti , tb, In-at t ,t Hain Hportu for
I in all kinda of
LAMPS, LANTERNS, HEADLI - GHTS, LC.
THOMAS' SUPERIOR PATENT IMPROVED LAMP
This lamp performs a perfect c,,tianuiptiou of all smoke
aed smell arising from the use of oil, in which other laMpa
ice local imperfect, thereby giving a leech more brilliant
dame. Fur sale wholesale and retail by
artl2.2:nd li. 13J11111 , . AU, Ade 'Agent.
HATTERS, HAVE RECEIVED THE
Ball ety:ea of
SILEI HATS, UASIALE:RE HATS, FRENCH SOFT HATS.
TEM LATEST STYLES 0? CAPS,
No. 121 Wood Street, Pittaburtd,
J. D. LEET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Holliday sbar g, Blair County, Penn's.,
WILL ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS
entrusted to his care, lu the counties of Blair, Som
erset, Huntingdon, o:imbrla, and Clearfield sea: m
f 0 STRANGERS AND VISITORS TO
THE FAIR —SASH AND DOOR FACTORY IN
AbLEGIIEI Y.— Blliltierd, Contractors, or others wanting
Sas'', Doors. Window Fr .mes, Shutters or MouldP.ge, should
Gilt at the CENTRAL PLANING MILLS, and exinnine our
superior work and finish, for with our present superior and
tine w rking machinery we are besoml competition, and
our prices are much below thcso producing an inferior ar
ticle. Call and examine for yonreelyes. Jobbing, Repair.
lug,ote. pr, tuptly attended to. J. A IL T. PRIOR,
Oen tral Planing - Mills, Water street, between Federal and
Beaver. Allegheny City. Pa. se2S
WILLIAM H. YEATON,
No. 216 South Front Street, Philadelphia,
Agent for Efeidsick d Co.'s Champagne ; Dutch Co. Am
stertialn Gin: Elaysoa and German Cigars; Wines, Sh - au
diet, etc., In Custom House and In Store se2ltlye
GOVERN NIEN 'l'
ENGINES AND BOILERS
uN THURSDAY, 14TH OF OCTOBER NEXT.
WE will sell in the Navy Yard, at Mem
phis, Teeßosser, the ENGINES and BOILERS used
by the tioveramenTin the manufadah'Sf rope.
Double Acting Engine, of two cylinders of 42 inch stroke
16 Inches in diameter—estimated at fifty horse power each,
with an independent cut-,;if attachel to each cylinder. Side
valves with eccentric motion. One largo rezulator with
connections complete, and indicator attached, for time and
revolution. Main driving wheel 12 feet in diameter, of cast
iron, with ineerted teeth. Jack gear running in connection
with it is of cast iron with cut teeth, feel in diameter, giving
velocity to the Jack eh sft three to oho of that of the eue•
glues. Engines recta on iron beds 20 feet long, 2 feet high,
weighing 9000 the each. Main shafting connected With the
Jack shaft ,66 feet long, 6 inches in diameter, of wrought
Tennessee iron aith stands and coupling complete. Brae,
and babbett metal hove; 7 large drums from Bs' 16 fe, , t in
die ui tor 9tted on the eha'ts. The foundations that the
glues and main line of shafting rests on, are of stone, and
thefitted in mach a manner that they can be moved with
the engines. Six cylinder bailers, 30 feet long, 30 inches iu
diameter. Fronts, grate-bare, pipes and connections for
steam and water. Also, Veber water-gauge connected with
each boiler. Boilers are arranged in two eeparato sets, - con.
meted so that either or both can be used: one met caw. al
ways be kept in order. They are made of % inch Tennessee
Iron. Iron fronts for boilers 23 feet long and ti feet high.
The Engine and Boilers are finished, in all their parts, in
the best workmanlike manner. They were built by E. L.
Norfolk, of Salem, Mas.sachnsette, at a coat of about $15,000.
They were need by the Government for a few months, and
proved to be superior to any In the Mississippi Valley.
Ono-third to fall doe 16th December, 1868; one-third 15th
Juno, 1859, and ono-third 145th December, 1859—notes to be
The sale will be positive and without reserve.
Will be leased at the same time, fur 28 years, all the Rope
Valk not heretofore disposed _ _
O. B. LOCKE 4 00.,
Auctioneers and Baal Estate Broker,'
15 WORTH OF MUSIC FOR TWEN
TY-FIVE CENTS—TEE GENTLE ANNIE
MELODIST.—This little work contains ail the words and
Masi° of the new and popular airs of the day. The selec
tion has been made with great care, giving only thotiesougs
which are good and popular. All the best songs of S. C.
Foster, are embraced in this collection. A large supply
Jest received, and for sale at the Masi° Store of
anl6 JOHN H. AIELLOR, 81 Wocki street
77.1 TILE BEST AND.
, c -t 1 CHEAPEST VINEGAR is sell
Leg ut the mos* extensive VIN
- sti or
Ssissolwwk , F
AMR WAREHOUSE iu thejlA N E A '6. l
I,44iiiialssw, West. •
This honse now sup , Isuluaism.:-. l ti:
plies, and has for the last ten t., A Ti?;7...e:
years, more than one-half of If'-trfj . l:s.:
the Pittsburgh grocers, and •,
• the same in every other city in
WiliCh it has been Introduced.
A. IiALLOU, 146 Water street,
between Smithfield and ()ran
F IRST INTiODUCED JULY, 1849.-
A. L. ARCIIAELBAULTPS
Portable Steam hoisting and Pumping Engine
Ou Wheals, from 3to 30 horse power. Also, Farm En
glues and Saw Mill Driv . ers, 3to 30 horse. Engines always
on hand. Manufactory, 15 t h S. Hamilton Street,
TO PRINTERS.—The subscriber has now
on hand, and is daily receiving, from the manufac
turer:, a large assortment of Printer's Stock.
IL. W. Potter's Printer's Cards, from No. 1. to 7, Satin
China, Porcelain Satin Enamelled, and colored.
Card Bards, in sheets;
McCreery's Celebrated colored Inks ;
Lay & Bros. " News "
Varnish and Size;
Colored Printing Papers;
Pamphlet Cover Papers;
Glazed and Plated Papers, red, green and yellow ;
Steel Blue Gleged Papers, and a large assortment plain
Note, Bettor, Cap, and Vodo Post, blue and white.
J. it. WBLDIN,
in 11 63 Wood street, near Fourth.
‘,l, 0 A P S .
LI 1000 boxes LWOW Soap, in la., 2 lb. and 3 lb, bars.
500 " No. 1 Palto Soaps, in lb., 2 lb. and 8 lb. bars.
500 " Cbemical Olive Soap, In lb. lamps.
" Oleine Oilde " "
260 " Garman
200 " Castile
60 " Pare Palm
On hand and for gale by
Jall B. 0. & J. IL RAW ifa.
QHAWLS AND DitESS GOODS, OF
kjetery variety of style and quality, a large assortment
and cheaper than they can be found in the city.
Q. HANSON LOT 131,
ae2l NO. 74 Market street.
TEAR IT IN MIND, that the East Lib
erty Lots are offered at ench prices, and on such easy
terms, as to make a home easily to be obtained.
Bear It in Mind, that they front on wide streets, are of
easy access by railroad, and are very clearable locations far
Bear it in mind, that the plan of the lots is to be seen at
JOl2 61 MAB STILEBT._
OIL CLOTH CRASH-1500 yards of vari
ow patterns and widths, mint 'waived tom the fac
tory, for sale wholesale or retail, by
J. H. PHLL.LIII3,
En • 28 and 28 Ht. ewe 604,,
AND FANCY DRESS SILKS.-
A Call maortment, very cheap.
0. HANSON LOVE, formerly Love Bre;therv,
Ha 74 Mutat IL-sea
'LIVERY Economical Purchaser of Dress
Goode, Shawls, also Domestic and Sta
ple Good s, will And it to their advantage to call and exami
oar Nev Stock rf Pall and Winter Dry Goods before pnrchaa
D EL&NSON LOYD,
*alb If t; merly Love EXIXI, No. 74 Market st.
Q.IIAWLS I SHAWLS I—Wool, Chenille,
trocha, Lc., both long and square, the very best In the
city, and et very low prices for cash.o. 'HANSON LOVE,form 74 erly Love Brea.,
No. Market Street.
PIQUE a d MARSEILLES, Fleeced, for
11. malting Basques. A large assortment at
4150. R. WHITE a 0011
Q 11OUL) you ask me, should you wonder
of Where to buy your Shoes and Gaiters ?
GAMER for your feet in springtime.
Boors with heels, and pretty Buteuxs.
Nice FRENCH SLTSPEBS for the summer,
Patent Leather, Glove• Sid blocesins
Where to buy these cheap and good too
I should answer, I would tell you,
Go unto the PEOPLES' SHOE STOS.E,
To the Peoples' Cheap Shoe Store,
To the Store of DLITENPAOHEB
POTATOES. --50 bags for sale by
€82.5 EIMIIIY 11. COLLINS
RIO COFFISE. —5OO bags good to choice
Rio Coffee, Elm loodimull tor sale by
RR It RIOKRTBON,
No& 1 and =liberty aired.
S Y FL U
htida. Lovering'a fire quality Syrup •
ft II 1166
eip bbb3. choice Golden Syrup, now landing and for
sale by 11111 AMI, h ItIGILLTSON,
. Noo 221 and 223 Liberty streetT"
VIT HALE 01.1...-40 bbl 2. Bleached Win
VT Whale Oil, Just received and for ads by
solA Jim 231 and •:23 Mork"
THE DAILY POST.
The number of languages spoken is 3Ueel.
The number of men is about equal to the
number of women. The average of human
life is 33 years. One quarter die before the
age of 7. One -half before the age of 17. To
every 1000 persons, one only reaches 100
years. To every 10J, only 9 reach G 5 years ;
and not more than 1 in 50U reaches the age
of 80 years. There are on earth 1,Uu0,000,..
000 of inhabitants. Of these, 33,333,333 die
every year : 7,780 every hour, and GU every
minute—or one for every second. The losses
are about balanced by an equal number of
births. the married are longer lived than the
single; and above all, those who observe a
sober and industrious conduct. Tall men live
longer than short ones. Women have more
chances of life previous to the age of 56
years than man, but fewer after. The num.
ber of marriages is in proportion of 75 to
100. Marriages are more frequent after the
equinoxes—that is during the months of
June and December. Those born in spring
are generally more robust than the others.
Births and deaths are more frequent by night
than by day. Number of men capable of
bearing arms is calculated at one fourth of
The Comet es Seen Through a Telescope
U. M. Mitchell, of the Cincinnati Observatory,
communicates to the Daily Gazette a very inter
esting paper regarding the Comet, which now
makes so fine a display in our western heavens at
night, It was discovered by Professor Donati,
of Florence; Italy, nearly four months ago, and
for a largo portion of the time eince, it was
detected, has been steadily approaching the
earth, and in a direction no nearly coeincidental
with the visual ray, that but for the computa
tion, of astronomers, might well excite autioi
pations of some fearful collision with our planet.
Indeed, throughout the present month it seems
to have been plungin g downward so exactly to,.
ward the earth, that it scarcely changed ,its ap
parent place among the fixed stars by a quantity
larger than two or three times the diameter of
It will reach its nearest approach to the sun
in a few days. Its brilliancy will increase rap id•
ly up to the close of the first week in October,
when it will put onlits most splendid appearance,
and will then rival in its grandeur the famous
Comet of Halley, at its last return in 1836
This comet, Professor Mitchell says, " will
soon commence to change direction, at first slow
ly, afterward a ore rapidly, as Been from the
earth, when sweeping swiftly round the sun, it
will regain those distant regions of space, where
in a vast proportion of its orbit hes, far beyond
the reach of telescopic vision." He further
"On the evening of the 25th of September,
the appearance of the comet, in the great refrac
tor of the Cimoinnati Observatory, was especial,
ly interesting. The central portion, or nucleus.,
was examined with pow-re varying from one
hundred to five hundred, without presenting any
evidence of a well defined planetary disc. It
was a brilliant glow of light, darting and flash
ing forward in the direction of the motion to,
ward the sun, c and leaving the region behind in
comparative obscurity. But the most wonder
ful physical feature presented was a portion of
a nearly circular nebulous ring, with vertex
reoted toward the sun, the bright nucleus being
in the centre, while au imperfect ring swept
more than half round the luminous centre. This
nebulous ring resemble t those which sometimes
escape from a steampipe, but did not exhibit the
appearance which ought to be presented by a
hollow hemispherical envelope of nebulous mat
" There was an evident concentration of light
in the central portions of the ring, while, in the
case of a hollow envelope, the brightest portlou
should be at the outer edge. By micrometri3al
measurement, the distance flom the central
point to the circumference of the ring was found
to be about nine thousand nine miles. Tlll6 .
would give a diameter of eighteen thousand
miles, in case the ring was entire. Similar
measurements, made on the evening of the 2t;th
of September, indicating a decided increase in
the radius of th 3 ring, which was now not ;cos
than twelve thousand miles in length. On the
same evening I noticed that the luminous envelope
did not blend itself into the head portion of site
tail, but appeared somewhat to penetrate tit:o
thisinebulons mass especially on the upper part,
presenting the appearance of about 200 degrees
of spiral. The tail on the 25th was decidedly
brighter and better defined on the lower portiot,-,
while on the 28th there was a much nearer rs
preach to equality in brightness, espwially w ..r
the head of the Ai:ht. Throughther telescope,
and near the bead, the tail presented the appear
ance of a hollow nebulous envelope, under the
form of a parabola of revolution, the edges being
brightest and well defined, while there WP.:3
manifest fading away of light to wards the central
region. Through the vast depth of nelonloue
matter composing this wonderful appendage, the
faintest telescopic stars shone with undiminish
" Na one can gaze on this gigantic objeot, in
all its misty splendor, without a deep impres.
sion that the eye is resting on a mass of nebs
boas matter precisely snob as the nebulous theory
of La Place supposes to have .been the primer
deal condition of our sun and ejl its planers,
and from which chaotic canditiolli this beautiful
system of revolving worlds hal been evoked by
a single law.
" The only comet which has presented r‘ii
appearance resembling the one now visible, is
the one known as Halley's comet, as seen by Sir
William Herschel and others, in its return in
1886. There is a marked difference between
the two: That while the envelope of Halley's
comet is t eseribed as a hemispherical hollow en
velope, is shows more the shape of a nebulous
ring ; there is a faint light, of irregular outline,
but not to be mistaken by even a casual oti
II S. SS
" in 8 lb. bar'.
" in 1 lb. "
Na 17 giftb street
Peculiarities of Our Race.
Th• Sugar Crop of Louisiana
A correspondent of the New Orleans Picayune
expresses his view of the yield of the sugar
crop as follows:
The general impression seems to be that there
is an immense crop of sugar in Louisiana tt is
season. Now this is a mistake which I wish to
correct. There is no doubt that more sugar will
be made than was last season, but the amosn t
will n • efabove that of a fair average—Bay
325,000 hhds. Putting the loss by crevasse (in•
eluding seed required from others by those
merged) at 76,000 hhds. would make 400,000
hhds. for the State.
The osne is not as good as it was in '5B ; there
is not as much of it, and shall we have as favora
ble a winter as that year, when many planters
were grinding in march, and some in April, '54?
In Louisiana you cannot well estimate a crop
until the crop is made. It is not once in ten
years that we get such a winter as that of '53
At this moment the ratoons are sweet, but
very dry ; the plant cane is very green, though
of good size. In fine, lam willing to risk $.250
on my estate against that of any speculator
who may try to bring down prices by reports of
an immense orop. This game is played every
year, and, unfortunately for tho planters, with
I notice that the sugars of the coming crop
in Cuba hive been sold at $2B and $25 per box,
and large advances made. This gives us hopes
of good prices here, which would be but fair,
after the short! crops of the last two years.
A SLASDEIC. REFUTED —A clergyman was
charged with having violently dragged his wife
from a revival meeting, and compelled her to go
home with him. The clergyman let the story
travel on until he had a fair opportunity to
give it a broad side. Upon being charged with
the offense, he replied as follows
tt In the first place I never have attempted to
influence my wife in her views; nor a choice of
a meeting: Secondly—my wife has not attended
any of the revival meeting at Lowell. In the
third place, I havenot attended any of the meet,
inga for any purpose whatever. To conclude—
neither my wife nor myself, have:any inclination
to then megtiugs. Finally—l never had a wife."
\ CECTION SALES:
4.; Il,l' 911,f2 ,1 11' NO. A 4 FIFI'II ST.,
nox '.ootua, No. 64,11Ntatt.
et, ••• !' • .c puLli.. ;alai of goods In all
v th , tm..to and canaumara, from a large
att,,2l; wLict, is v....theta:My rhplanbhi'd with freak consign
meet Lc r.bard forthwith.
AT ID crqLoull, A. M.
Dry raT,ry ~rtklt.t, comprising nearly everything
tt,,, Dne ter 1,, , r0nal and family use; table cut
, Li,,tbleg; foots end ladies ware,
AT O'CLOCK, P. M.,
tranitnro, new end secondhand;
1,-14 L.o.l.ltult; c:%rpets; biegant iron stone China ware;
et,s • rit.,•netio; griJcerieA,
A'r T oT,Loon. ,
r,liC y nr !1.. C.; M . ; Imam!
!!!!•at,. , 1, e ;dr 91 qc. , , 1•3 i , 30t9 and ahoea . book
rat/ (ROMP' ..:d. DAVIS, At/0/.0
B RICK NTI:LLINU /I OU SES AND
WARD AT AIIGTION.—On
'DJ tiftelf , sfulf:r 14. at 7 o'clock, at the
o , •uf tne : • ISt Fifth street, will bo sold,
that ler;te vain. tdo lot of ,;:,,oral having a front of 72
feet en l'• , 41a arenhe , neer ilstriol reet, and ex
teeth:, it b:lck net 1., an ader ii fart wide, on which le
erected Ewe na..,eed ga, two stories high,
and o' her Lad that lot uf ground situate et
the corner of Marion an,' Locust street, having a front of
20 feet on Merlon street, and extending back, along Locust
street, 102 feet inches, on which is erected two brick
tenementa Title icdli - stable Terme cash.
dud P. It. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
ASTERN fLOR-BP4 'AT
*in MOP.NINCI, Oetober 8, at It oclock, in
front 01 the 6zott Hanes, corner of Irwin street mid Dn.
gnome way, will 1w sold, dapple. brown etalifon Morgan
ttrang , r, 15V, hande high, 7 years old, warranted sound,
and trots in 010; brown paeng mate 0 years old, Id%
hands I. hill, warrioted nod gontla in harness, an ez
cellent .5!4.21a mire for a ,a.ly, and to which a diploma weal
n warded at the let» raata Fair, oao Iwo year old stud colt,
Raver tail, 15 . ,4 h.in . 8 high, great style and action end to
which a premium wee award d at the fast State Fair.. The
hureen e2.aruitied rt Lilo et.uiles of the Scott
nonce 10 61 I P. M DS VI 9, Auctioneer.
UNDiALWRiTERS' SALE OF STEAM
BOAT' FIXTI;Ii THURS
DAY M)11%10.0, C: bet ,A •o c'ckck, n the fourth
~tory of \V A CC-load,, 1,19 Liborcy atrcet, corner of Cecil alley,
will be sold, e of (2,0 1.1 Furniture, blocks and
tackle, pi` c ;Kora end ,tiett-rat, psrouline, ettrvey
chat, office cafe, Ilfo preservers. Az
trues, etc , trout the wr, Is of the ate3ub3at North Star.
ocb I P. M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
Pitol 4 l , llTV F 94 SALE OR RENT.
A MlLL;—Three mu of stones and
Aiat, ..it the r; complete, coin and cob cracker,
, all In good order, with a dwelling house, stable and
two lots ,•1 ground, altnain to nootth Plttabargb,and will be
sold on re• - , , easy term: hl & SON,
i ell 51 Market street.
LAWitir•Nei , ] C'qtyNTY BONDS WANT
ED, in itchani; - i. j laL.l
S. tall!! A SON, Ell Market at. ..,.
A STEAM i ,;3mpliete running
d.r, Ewer the city, for
sale by ‘• it BON,
ep24 51 Market street.
OUT OF ti PY. l'ereons desirous
of 10, City, otn purchase two .frame
dwelling pit : Cheannt, street,Law;
rep ce ;4, Ln ue Z? 10011111 end cellar, a garden
of fruits, tiow,r “.,.I .ilrtit'l All to complete order.
Will be sold I , r , . at,t Is to snit purchaaere.
Apply to 3. 010l'ilIDEIIT 8; SON,
sus 61 Marked street.
ONLY $7." , u Ilweiling House of four
u 1.1,; - ,;;; t r un.l„ fruit trans, eta., pleas
antly situated 01 LI the point of hlonnt
Washington, inantsits t j Stalthilobi street, will be
sold on easy to; by z*. 01.1 Pl 4 01MT & SON,
11,13 51 SlRrlret ctroet.
TO LE P five Dwelling Houses.
:3. CUTHBERT 4 SON,
61 Market street.
LOOK AT rtlE EIOUSES.—No. 17 Scott
street, Lose ;Imama. Prico, $lBOO.
No. 60 Marion ht/11, 1 mcno, for $l7OO.
No. 31 (Hurt a:r , ‘t nbar niley, for $l2OO.
For gal, by • . 4 011T1113.1511.T & BON.
1,C3 61 Maack Meat.
CAMEL t .i , ..;:.:SIDENCE FUR SALE—A
~turo,l„ pr.,n.•: c, . t 1 'it fart front on CatingtOn et.,
hawrenceville, Iry I oki Weebington etreot to Cherry
L11.3y, Brick Uwe,,tme; Ilene , : Lit 7 room's well arranged,bath
room, porch, well (t water pomp, e table and coal howie,
Lzitx room, rue ...kelycy painted and pa
sad fruit c. eae, gray, arbor, great variety or
flowernonc.; good p litg fence. 'Trio above diets a good
opportunity to hop a c .mploto and pleasant racidonoe.
Price low, and terms? accommodating.
EL CUTEIBERT et SON,
.aal Estate and General Agentn,
015 ' 61 Market street.
VALUABLE RESIDENCE FOR SA.L - E.--
A two story d wolfing house, with lot of 98 feet
front on Cliff street, b' deep to Fmk street;. fruit awl
shade trues, grape arbor, flown. gardens, Ac., Ac.,Ths,
house is welt arranged, ith wide halls, parlor with marble
dining room, library room, kitchen and pant'.
five bed chambers , bat retno, flag I n boatthe to Jiro
places and parent dour, ward robes, two porticoes,
large collar are divisions, kitchen range, Ac. Immedl•
rite possession can be had. Ror price and terms call at our
°dice . . CUTiiUtfiil A SON,
61 Market street.
VOit RENT —..9! is lot of ground having
in iron; on'i'oa ulstreetuudYeunsylvanlaavenna
Apply to S. CU 11.1BLIT.1' k SON,
ae2B I 61 Market street.
$6OO IN EA,: - Y PAYMENTS, WILL
I, w , two biury house in Allogharti•
1 4 1 01 i . SA LE VXNTY TllO U:SAIVD
ACRES of cool find Timber Land; situated
in Northern In. n sad .lnothern Mini:manta, embrticingtho
finest lot of farming ia4s evvr °newt! in this market, as
they ern ;nested c.niv,olo,cly to stills, Towns and lines of
Railroad. l'ampill6ia cOntauting iniormation of into° to
emigrante an giving 1. - otation, description and
of the land, with a l;rict description of the counties in
which tly.,y are t o at ed, t r i 1. ,, kid on application at our
~tnce, and tri ,, y rico by mail to persons sending
no their addr,-, WI LI,I A t 1 I.' FAZlflit & 00. i ,`
Lity:ll:tf C 7 Foarth.street.
EN DOLLARS' IN lIAND, will secure a
Building Lot of :ritorto on Mt. Washingtonr.
Price, iann—pf.l to 11,1 li , znuiaLlt.r to suit purchaser. Al.
eo, a ' Lot of (..0x10:.) fr.,: for iu hand, bilanco , In
paytnenta to snit Furc..4, , r. id, UU'LIII3SILT et SON,
j 02.3 iii Market etrest.
12 ACRE'S ~t IL:Lad and comfortable
ar the vin.tlington Tarnpikb, at
about 3 mil. trout , rxt vi,tl Lo r•ald on easy terms.
Inunedint ,, ,t.xtdessicn , CUTLIBEH.T is SON,
ALOT u N D ich East Liberty; near
the itallrua.l trot will be Gold for
$276. ono-fourth lu ; I 15,rri.lador at sir. yowl,' credit.
3 ‘.) rut $450, half in
Lan and th ein year, altuato In Elk
county, Po., 11 I:Pr, itt:r...:l cleared. The soil lb
good. and ilr.nl,f , r b fur =ale by
~ .11:1.1.1ing..t. 4 60. N, bl Market FA-
O " Y $759 'O/0 STORY Dwel
ii,,n4t.‘, of roar .I.lt r.t of grcnnd 20 feet
fr.at .14n,dore.:, y c ity, by 110 d ot , to an
.2ft. ' two and three,
I:. ~car a. • ..JUTILDERT BON,
e0vf.1,4 i V Marki4 ctrftt.
THE 81Z Eof tioj ;heap Bililding, Lots
for sale by 8. CLlT.kti;t,ii.:. & duti 13 30 by 100 foot.
Location—N , ar the milraa..! 1.1a4t Liberty,
Price--From .$275 to .$4.430 each
The Plan ci
this „ LII9 071.
9,acl firm of n. CI.O 111", coSGRAVK 4 CO., as deal=
in Coal, in the calve of .11.f.t4burgh arid DT.. T. 7 ()deans.
Nox ,Rt.EJL.Nd /06 011.,4 VSEAMTELSZT.
JAM [.O , hIcOIO9KLY,
J El, WB' BAVE.
ACIIANCE FO;„ .!. ALL.—Cio to No, 17
Fifth street, and;tuy your shoes from a large and
well selected stock.
1.-adtes' Wear. Gent's Wear.
French M.rocco Boots, French Calf $0( ta,
Kip Congre. Boots, Icip Boots,
M 0... " i... 11 Liaiters,
Leo ting (3-attars, Kip Brogans,
Bnalcius and 411pri...4. Heavy
KOMOititer, at the People's Shoo Clara.
ise24 DiIetNBACHEB 6r. OD.
360 bags Rio Coffee;
2j pockets Java do.;
50 bbls. N. C. Tar ;
" No. 3 MlLciterol;
10 kite No. 1 do;
6 bbls. No 1 do;
luo halt chests Y. li. 5 eat;
50 " " 13.4 ea. do,
10 " `• Gimpowder do;
100 boxes Tobaccp, Tarions broads:
100 kegs BI Carb:lioda, just landing and for tale by
se2s W. 11,, lit. SMITH ec 00.
ERRING-3I bbls. Herring received and
e for sale by e°9l 13/SltY H. CO LING.
RICKS AND TRAPS---Prica 'lO c zits.
Buy a copy and keep out of bet water. Poresle by
B. hl. JENKINS & 00,
add I Railroad Depot., Allegheny City:
QOAP POWDER,.--50 boxes Soap Powder
of our own roanufactnre, warranted superior to unjif
offered for gale fn tb.is rear - fret, on bend and for ealo by
.felfi I I TI 9 A WPIM.
2A' BB LS. sup just received and
for 2a13 by 1 JAS. A. FETZER;
Oorner Market. and First sp.
DIME PORT WINE, for medicinal per
potat, by the bottle or gallon at
eS f et t 2 a 11)Ismccod.
TO LET—A Store Room on Market streeti
ititit4ro A. W. CiAZZAM.
FOUNDRY METAL--180 tone soft Foun
dry Metal, far ;alp by (AA) H. II COLLINS.
pIG LEAD-300 Pigs, for sal eby
MEM IL OOLLINM
5i Itlnrket street.
A. 00111 di.= & SON.
51 Ilarkut street.