The daily morning post. (Pittsburgh [Pa.]) 1846-1855, October 19, 1855, Image 4

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Elactrioe on Lairds Prayer; -
Scott's - Coturamitaries, a volt., cheap edition ;
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Motet Antique, an. oetl?.
130NNET8-100 more of the most fashionable styles and
_DJ colors of &din and Velvet Bonnete,of that awl , mad
liastern manufacture, seedy La. exhibition.
A. A. MASON d CO,
'a Y. fth street.
laitOWN'S RESKNUE GINUER.-6 Arm tar Rte , by
IL A. VAIINEBTOCK. 2 CRY,
• corner Wood end Vint als
. . _
bOArs frothLotto:a:W.lok received sal tor
Ltoleby RHYMER I ANDERSON,
ref No. 39 Wood arroat
otllll ASSfaafrlDA-400 We received and f NG ar Fete by
VT °el FLA'HI 111(08.
PRLUE BROWN 8110 Ati, Aucrtaci—lla TORO)
ANIOSNING, October 16:11, at 10 &Moot, at the Wu* ,
beriseAVlleasre. English dc. Itichardarni N0..110 Vlster
street, between Weed scat Smithfield streets, will be sold,
1701bde Prime Cubs Sugar. Teams at WV.
1:4115 P. M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
. .
*/j ATHIMATICAL DiETHLTDIENTB—Just openbig, a
in very tmporlor lot of ltlatbsmatical Instrannenbei
which will be sold a! greatly reduced rates, try
8. LIAVEN, atatiOrAt
Market area. corner of Second
_MORA% MONNAIIZA, CANES AND VAIJSKa—Juit
bared; • MN ;Tingly of the above goodeloy
L. tITESIITMDI BON,
N 0.70 Woad stood.
E liAbiDSOhiktsT assortment of Chiltern and Fancy
MIZ
Bhona can be bought at ,No. 107 Market street, ebeap
faug4i W. R. SOELMEWTZ.
ONLY $1,200 fors two story Dwelling Rowe. with store
room In front, and fhw other rooms and a hall; oleo a
bast building : of two rooms. The-lot . inl7 foot front on
Robinson street,,Allegtosny, by 77 deep, to an alley. This
property id In good order and will b• sold on edify term.
R. & SON,
- ,oetL2 08 Itarkst street.
Pocket Oadmiar. or Bombing AIM*.
ee; Pocket Mementoes, Fancy Emery Bap, Snow's
School Pea, Pistol Pencils for boys, Bairltroshrs, Pearl
Powder, tterpeticUap. Itaserhary for the heir,. alw
on bends and for sale by B. L. 011111 BERT,
, 4ll Market street.
NO. 1030.1.11-70 Mule prbte (or axle by
. oetb , . ... MUM, Min a BUNTER.
IraB 000D&—A..6...MA80N et CO. Write attention
tri . We law and elegant Mina of Dress Goode they
re Jest tredve, etronprlelng the moat hieldonable
of,,Prent4 Meriting., Murainettas, Main and Figured Wool
De Taloa, Wool Plante, &a, &o.
•
jOTIOS TO Wlldlttle. Idoenee Patent ImproTed
"I#lll, for sewing Wheat, Oath, Rye, Barley and Oran
Beat, the sale at the Seed and Agrieattnral Store, 47 Rah
street,by (ang22:arSte) JAMBS WARDROP.
- TIODINaN . BARBEL TWIST AND PATIINT - BREECH
from
WMa ud upwards. Call at tho IS
Call
GuifWorks, 130 ood sheet
apg27 TOWN & TETLIIT.
.tellglAtATlsll,—Dr litrown'e newly discovered remedy
fat Mununstuon Is -a. speedy and certain remedy for
t a gnftil trouble. It never fella
0 and Private Consultation Boom, No. 41 Dtamoud
Alley, Pittstreugh, Pa. The Doctor le always at home.
umtholenely _ . .
APvLISTON'S DICTIONARY of Maolanes Mechanism,
Engine Work, and Engineering Rink:rated with
Sour thousand engraving' on wood.
11. In
0. 2 VOIR. FOT SulubY T. MORGAN,
N 0.104 Wood street, near Fifth:
. THE 11111 , 100013—Panel Decorations, In Gold
and Velvet, hi Parlors: and other new deeigns,..lnar
received and ade by W. 7. 1dA11.1311A.11 ik
nets 85 Trod street..,
motors 80-21. blo noo bit 0.14014WE1 Teed •
nat4oß oteamtir3l4, for Bate by- -
- AT.SSBLI, LES a CO.
ItillTd AND COLIARS—Jun rreetred from the Facto
ry, a tThe tot of ARIA!, (French wrieta) with or lab:nit
the taw stilllty ton Collars, by
octl
L. RIIISLIVIBLD & SON.
lifirnNlLLA AND MING WRAPPING PAPERA.--Rmall
_MIL dud larg e , light and heavy, for Newspapers, Dry
000 4 SiloccOonibctionery, du, now receiving and for
sale, whoirale and retail, at former low prime, by
1. S. DAVISON.
65 Martel, near Fourth street.
S.--Gly Goode Merchants invited to try them. (NO
QOLIMIDT'd LIQUID IIAID. DYE changes almost instant
(J ly red or grey hair to black or brown. This Dye has
been used in thousands of cases, and Is a most excellent
article. $1 per box.
11EllPETIO SOAP Is used for removing tan, sallowness,
and redness of the akin. It also cures all chaps, chafes and
roughness of the skin, and rendem it soft and white. 124
rents per cake. Bold by B. L. OPTIIIIERT,
oct9 13 Market street,
_ _
" -
11 - 11119-CIONSTANT OM of the ItOSHMARY will keep the
j hair so ft and luxuriant totbe most advanced age. It
eradicates dandruff and keeps the scalp healthy and clean.
It sao preterite the hair from falling off and promoteidte
growth; and then it to only 2.5 cents per Wile. llold
octli B. L. CUTHBERT, 53 110mA et.
M AN KETB-2uo palm 104, 11-4 and 124 • wise, Minns
and other makes of Blankets jut d by receive
- A. k. MASON At 00.
FIEIR 11/tVaNA aXO Alt B—l have jun received another
.supplput genuine Havana Began, Those elohing an
excellent article of Begare can always procure them at
• t 2 JOS. JrLEMING'Et
ell REAM—No. 1, for Railroad Oars, beavy:fdachinery,
sa4 No. 2, for Coal Cars, Wagons, Carriages, Casts,
Dina, Omaibusses, dc.; for sals by
oot4 TIMMY 11. COLLINS.
'WINDOW EIIeSSIS—P. a J. Swearer's brand :
DO boxes 8'10;
20 do 10112;
4 25 do 10a14; with other sixes, (or sale by
SMITH, MAUI d
o f
Tx& STORE, Na 313 Frew ttrusar—Jast
m ated, a large strok of GREEN and ELAM TEAS.
ofall thaafenemt lberoreeltd grades, par:4mM
t a red tom the thwarters, for emelt, sad will be sold whole
ale and. vitalist Um Lowest prises. 13..JAVNE13.
ILIBIBIiiiNGS,Vory large assortment t! Dress and
ITrimmltip, of the moat fashionable styles, jwit,
knoitesd'br , ( epi2l . • A. A. MASON
IGILANNIK43-44.: A. IRIABOI.fa CO. !lave received a Tory
lime" astortromtt of-Mbite, Red end rellow Flannels.,
of every grade ; also, a [of of 1114.11kirtiog Vannes..
111.1ty OLOANINGANAYYLIB,-.4e4areorired, on issort ,
NT - merit of inxperior shades of Grey Cloths for Ladant
Camas. terP2ol A. A. MASON
CO.
11 LINENS—A.I2II LINEN—A. A. !SA WN a CJ. - have JOIE opened
1
2 CASCO of the best makes of Irish Linens; of g
e*erY
• Pa
izlchi BFI.
..OTALLA BAWLS—An Amoottzuent- :yer3 ,
faehlonsble colors of StaUs Shawls just opentiA ,
.eria4 A. A. MASON k -0041 5 FUVIAt-
TEllf FUDDRN PATH—A orautlful otor3.- by Marion
Harland, author of "Mon ,a " for gale at -,5
.
DEVIBOISI , B, 613 Market et.
QTELIA f31:11111fL13--An excellent style of the shore, with
Itrnetus Border, just received.
'nett'
frObloltltUiV- 1 3 AO; trktaf—get-par this at cA.F.GO'B,
c X .) 7B'folyth streenot Lafayette HIM ; 4:50
TOOTABU—IO MAO, • pure article, far tale by
seplls • HENRY Li. OOLLINS
- Par4ROADS•,-.
- iv •
_ . _
C N a r lk 0 lIALO ILRO A.. 131•
, .
MMIMS. N!t•
atte#,Ofq;!
..fOreligeeniiitrp.Ohange of Time.
TECELY,E,,DAILY.,TUOS EACH WAY, (SUNDAYS NX
-113id tbitt'ons-iNtatige•_of Gars between
Itletunabui , stud MaltLuiozo.
[IN andiater nosidsy,June 18th,1865, Trains will run ss
ll follows:
GOING EAST.
Express 6.0 pear
irons.
Leave. Train.r ain.
e. e o r. 11:30P. M.
A- 11 .12:60 A DI
Newark nap 4:40 •
Zanesville ... t• Zl2
3:01 A,
Ooncoed- ....... ...... luss •
4 7:OS " 3:2d
Cambridge ........ , Lap . .
8:26" 4:48 •'
t 4.4 961 a , 6.14
Attlee 3:30 arr. 9:46 " arr.o:l6 "
GOING WEST.
•
Erprxte Mad /VtgAt
Leave. Train. Train. Train.
8a11air....----- 9:46 A.M. 6:15 A.. M. 6:00 P. M.
Belmont- _ — 10:31 ~ 0.15 " 798
Barnesvill 10:52 0:43 " 7.40
Cambridge 894 " 9.00
Concord P. M. 8:30 9:26
Zanesville ...... 1:10 " 9:30 " 10:30 "
Newark .. . ..... Qin3 10:37 11:60 "
Arrive Columba... 390 1216 P. M. 120 A. 81.
The &sprees Train going East will stop to take up or
leave passengers, at Taylor's, Newark, Zanesville, Concord,
Clumbrice, CampbelPe, Barnesville, and .Belmont only.
Cones WWI? will stop only at the above named Stations.
The illailTrain will stop at all the Stations where the Mail
LS to be received, or delivered, and at all other Stations on
notice being given. The ,Night Train will atop at all Sta•
tions on proper notice being given.
GOING EAST.
The 10:00 A. M. Express Train, connects at Columbus
with the Express Train which leaves Cincinnati at 0 A. M.
and with the Train from the West on the Columbus, Piqua
and Indiana Railroad; at Newark with morning Traine to
and from Sandusky, Mansfield and Mt. Vernon, and with
Trains on the Steubenville and Indiana Railroad; at
Vrteasling with Express Train on the" Baltimore and O
D hio
Ilaiircadforllaltintore, Washington, Philadelphia and ist
ant Citlea
The te3o P.M. Train will context at Cob:imbue with the
second Trairi froM•Cincinnati ; at Newark with Sandusky,
!dandled and Newark Railroad; and at \Mooting with
Night Train on Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Passengers
leaving Lonisville and points below Cincinnati, and taking
the 9 L. IL Train on Little Miami Railroad, will connect
polls and-Bichittond g Tra on Central
LEalinead will also maned with thlein Indiana
at Columbus,
reach Wiinseling st.9:l5 leave by 10:30 P. 61.
Train on Baltimore afol'Allild Railroad, arriving in WU
, more at 6 P. M,next daY.
The 11::10 P: Train connecte at Colamtree with the
Train which leas es Cincinnati at 6:11 P. M., and arrives
ea. Belau
at 9.16 A. 814 connecting with the Accommoda
tion Train on. the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Passen
gers leaving Chicago by the Evening Trains can, by this
tionteriallichigina City, Lafayette, Indianapolis nod Day
ton, reach Columbus in season to tape this train: and at
. Wheeling will take the Accommodation Train for Cumber
1 and„ sleep there, and team= by Exprwes Train to Balti
more and Eastern
COMO WEST.
•
'The 6:15 A. M. Mai 'Wain connects at Belialr with Night
Train on the Baltimore and Ohio 'Railroad ; at Newark with
trains to and from Eantitudty. Mansfield and Mt Vernon,
and Chltago via MOnroatiltel at Columbus with the trains
for Cincinnati, and with . trains far Xenia, Dayton, Indiana
polis, and Chicago, via Dayton and via Urbana.
The 945 A. M. Express Train connects with the Erprest
Train-from Baltimore, and arrives in Oolambue at 130 P.
M., and connechl with trains going South and West arriv
ing in Cincinnati at 'I P: M.
The &GO P. M. Train connects with the Accommodation
Train from Cumbertand, and at Columbus with Mail Train
at 216 A. AL, direct for Cincinnati, Xenia., Daytnn, Indiana
polis, Lafayette, Terre Ratite, Saint lonia and Chicago.
MAOII. POUTIIWICB, Shpr.
Zanesville, June 18, 1.665-1 jell )
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CLEVELAND AND PITTBEUROki
RAILROAD.
CONNEOTIINI wins
STEADIERS ECLIPSE AND ROSALIE,
. . VIA viKusvitax, AND
Ohio and Pennsylvania. Railroad.
V/A ALLIANCE.
PUN shortest, qtlickeet aml roost reliable route to Toledo,
j Chicago, Rock Island, Galena, and 01. Louis, Is VIA
CLEVELAND.
This Waite is One Plural ed mire shorter and about nine
hours quicker than the circuitous one via ludlann poll.
Three Rally Trainil froin Pitithurgh to Cleveland.
Three Daily Trains from Cleieland to Chicao.
Time to Cleveland six hours, Chicago wenty three In ur a.
and EL Louis thlety-soven hours.
On and after Monday, September lii, 1865, the trains en
this mad will run Si
VI follows:
A ALLIANCE.
The ?nine of theOttio and Venus. Railroad leaving Pitts
burgh at 2.00, A. M. and 8.00, A Bl, and 3 00 P. M , ron•
neat at Alliance at 800 A. 81-, '11.60 Al II , end 6 a/ P. 01.,
ea followa:
Trains forfileveland leave AlliaticeB 00, A. 151., 11 fil)A . M.,
and 6 65 P.ll, connecting at fludsou with Trains fur Cuy.
tPalle end Akron. end arriving lu Cleveland at 10.26
e 2 10 P. it , and 868 I'. M.
passengers for Toledo, Ohicagn, St. Loots, Rock Island.
Catena, and the Nortli-west, who wish to go through with
out detention, will take the train leaving Illiebungli al
9 00 A, M., and arriving in Cleveland at 'LIM P. M., as that
is the only train by which close connections are made
through the above point!: Passengers by thle train reach
Chicago at 7.30 nett V moWrniELLng. end sc.
Bonin at midnight.
IA SVILLE
The steamers Elitism ant Rosalie will leave the Mononea
held wharf every morning, (Sunday. excepted,) at It)
Weber, for Wellerilln, connecting with the train !raids.;
Welh ;Hie at 430 P. 11.
An Accomeordatldn Trate will les ve Wellsville daily.
(Sundays excepted,) at 6 40 P. M., conneeting at Bayard
with Eitosies Train, arriving in Cleveland at 2 10 P NI
TralnsTroin Welleville roneircting at Bayard for Carroll
ton, Waynesburg, Dryer and New Philuielphia.
Ar Tickets for Cleveland, Chicago aml the North West,
wla 'Wellsville, are aold at $1 lege than eta Athens,
The Ttaine f rom Cleveland to Toledo and Chicago, run as
follows :--Leave Cleveland at 030 A. )1., 2 46 P 53,7 05 P.
M. Arrive at Chicago 8 :10 P. 31 , 7.40 A. M., 8 31) P. SI.
Trains leave Chicago for Rock 'eland and Et LOUIM ali
.follows:--Vor Rock bland at 9 00 A. M. and 119 u P. M.
For St. Louie, 015 A. M and 11.46 P. M.
Vasacogers La it. Louis go over Rock Island Railroad to
.Jollet, and thence over the Chicago and Mississippi llaiiread
to Alton, and thence by steemhoet (23 milea) to 8t 1..0i,
Passengers by the 0 LS A. Si. Train arrive at St. Louie II -1
;tame evening, and by the 10 115 P. M. Train at noon next
day.
Baggage checked through to Cleveland, and there re.
cbeeked for Chicago and 13t. Leal&
TAUB VIA ALLIANCE AND CLEVELAND
Ist class. 24 as. lot cla.a. 24 fit.
To Alliance- -..52 30 To La Bane— $lO 00 $l3 10
" Cleveland _. 400 " Bock Isl'd, 18 00 14 26
" Toledo . 020 " Galena -—lB 16 14 00
L' Chicago $l3 00 $lO fA " Epringaeld 18 70 16 20
" Bloomlngt...l o 90 14 90 " Darllugton 19 00
" St. Loula--.21 00 16 60
Passengers are requested 1.
oMee of thii Company, in tl
door below the oorter.
d. D
J. d.
• •
Great toned= and U.S. Express & Mail Route
4a ~IILES 01 DISTANCE SAVED,
And Tein, Changes of Cars and Baggage .dvoided.
AIR LINN - B.O I OTE
nrrwmami
CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS .
% via &Tadao, ALTON d ST. LOINS
~~ , 4s y s
k~.. _.._~.-..:.z.
RAILROAD,
Formerly , Flacmgo &
CllloeGo To ST. LOUIS IN 154 11050.&—TraIns
leave the Illinois Central Depot, foot of Water street—
St. Loots Day Express daily, Bandayaeacepted,7 lb All.
St. Louis Night Express dally,Batnnlays caned, COO FM.
St. Louis Freight d klmigrant daily, Bond. exc. 800 A M.
Baggage checked through to St. Lelia.
Trains run direct through to Alton, (/69 canes,) with.
out change of care or baggage, and connect with the
Company's splendid steamers Winchester and Reindeer,
running in exclusive connection with Paster:es Trains
from Alton to St. Lonts,.(23 miles.) without landing. These
boats, for speed, convenience and elegance, are unsurpassed
on the Western waters, bring fitted up with Bathe and spa.-
clone Wash-rooms, affording to passengers the opportunity
ofremoving the oat unavoidable in summer railroad
:Vitiating, fl
and reaching Bt. Lords refreshed from the e ffects
of a long ride.
Ta :Kansas and Nebratka this is the moat direct route,
.and .passengers destined for Bloomington, Springfield,
Jacksonville, Napier., and all point' on the Mississippi, Mts.
gaud, Minna, Onmberland and Tennessee , rivers, will note
the Important laving in distance, being seventy-two .ndlot
lose to Bt. Lonia, thirty-seven mites lees to Bloomington;
and Aftyllght miles less to Springfield than by any other
voute.
Titrougb Vicke'a over this route can be procured et the
various It. R. Ticket Offices in New York, Dolton, Phllaiel•
phla, Baltimore, Albany, Buffalo, # c, and at all Through
Ticket Offices throughout the States, and in Chicago at the
Company's Office, No. 48 Dearborn
the lie
the Tee.
mout House—and at the Depot of the Illinois Central Rail.
road, foot of Water street.
Responsible Baggage Men will always be at the Depots of
the various Boade going into Chicago, to Check Baggage
througn to any point desired on the line.
R. P. MORO A N, Jr., Suoerintandent.
IL .1. D. SOHRRMItItiIO RN,
se ,7 Can't Passenger Agent.
THE PITTSSI7EOn AHD COMMELLBVILLE
• -
RAILROAD COMPANY
IIaTAVING made an arrangement with the new and
beanUfal steamer 4 . ROMAN " to run In connectio
with their Road between West Newton and Connellsville,
announce the following change of Schedule on and aver
Wednesday, the 111th of September
The 'Steamer ROMAN will leave the Pittsburgh sod
Conneihrtille 'Railroad Company'e Wharf Boat, move Mo.
nongehola Bridge, for West Newton, every afternoon at half
past 3 o'obsch, precisely; returning, will leave West Newton
at quarter before 8, A. M., arch ing at Pittsburgh at noon.
The trains will run as follows:
Leave Davidson's Mill, ono mile below Connellsville:
First Train, 6 A. , 11.; Second Train, 12 M.
Leave West Newton : First Train, 11:30 A. 11.; Second
Train, 6c15 P. Mt
Jar Fare from Pittsburgh to Davidson's Mill, $1,75, in
cluding. Meal on Steamer.
air Stages for Uniontown and Connellsville will connect
with the Trains at Davidson'e Mill.
For freight or passage enquire ef the Agents, et the
Wharf Boats at West Newton and Pittsbuh.rg
0. W. BARNES,
President and Superintendent.
. , PENNSYLVANIA
frilltHE DAILY TllllOllO It TRAINS., between Philadel.
j„ phis and Pittsburgh. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN
leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburgh at 7%, A. and Pitts
burgh Ibr Philadelphia at 7, A. M.. THE PAST LINE
leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburgh at 1 P. M., end Pitts
burgh for Philadelphia at 2.10, P. 11., THE NIGHT EX
PRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburgh at U, P.
M., and Pittsburgh for Philadelphia at 9:2(4.P.
Blairsville Accommodation Train leaves Pittsburgh daily,
except Banday,at 4:30 o'clock, P. M. Brinton'e Accommo
dation Train leaves Pittsburgh daily at 11 o'clock A. M.,
3:30 o'clock P. M., and am P. M.
The above lines connect at Pittsburgh with tie ilAllroodo
andfrom St. Louis, Mo.; Alton, Galena and Chlcae, 1 1 4
Led:install and Louisville; Hy Torte HS 'at*.
litsffigOD, e tie and Indianapolis,lnd.; Cincinnati, Day
lair-Apr , Bellefonbdne, Sandusky. Toledo, Cleve.
lank Cloirdnbus,`Zanesville, Massillon and Wooster, Ohio;
bg,, with the Steam Packet Boats fromand to NSW 01111.0114
Br. Lows , IsSintraila and CteIdiNTIATI.
Through Tickets can be had to or from either of the above
prio lor ;further Vartiettlare,. see handbills at the di ff erent
startle; pnta; Parsengina from the West will find this the
sbarisest and mbst eurpelltions mutate Philadelphia, Bald.
tnirtes-hrett York, or Boston. 7. THOS. m f Ooug,
Agent, Pagssigei Line, Philadelphia.
J. BiEralAikets,
41 Agent, Passenger Linea, Pittsburgh.
A. A. MASON A co
MIZEMM
NEW AND DIRECT ROUTE OPENt
rffeevoe
Northern Minois to the NBAsissippi River,
lOWA'missot all,
KANSAS AND . NETIRASKA.
All gauroad
_to : ths
„ .
Chicago,' •Bairinigton 'vac? Quincy
RAIL - irigNM, ROAD
roakthalx Ina Outdid° eltti S Auno x d f 3 Czar. Mitermir
TRACT IL IL to 100 W Ootettrro t
And Trains run the entire tlistance from CILICAGO TO
BURLINGTON ? lowa, without change of Cars.
Tbe Only Duvet Route to -BURLINGTON, QUINCY,
KEOKUK, ISIDfiCATII94, - CQUAWKA, WABELLO, TORT
DEB MOINES, COUNCIL BLUM An, and the Oolt ALL
RAILROAD Route from oilioAcio TO BT. LOUIS, BLOOM
INGTON, CLINTON, DECATUR, CAIRO, SPRINGFIELD,
JACKSONVILLE, NAPL'a, and intermediate Stations on
the Illinois Central, Groat Western, and Ohio and kiisals
sip pi Railroads.
Trains ou the above Line leave Chicago on the arrival of
'lrides from the East—avoiding all laying over at any of
the points. . .
Saages leave Burlington daily for Bonthern and Central
lowa and Northern Missouri—making the quickest and
most reliable route to reach all the important points west
of the Mississippi as far as Council Bluff; with from forty to
fifty miles less staging than by nay other rouse. The Road,
for a large portion of the way, is laid with the CONTINIIOI3B
RAIL, the smoothest riding and best Railroad ln the West—
well stocked with the most modern Locomotives and elegant
new Cars.
Oar By this route passengers are cure of making connec
tions, and arriving at St. Louis on advertised time, avoiding
the vexatious delay of fogs and ice, and dangers of navime
tion, as on the route by Alton.
Baggage checked direct through from Chicago, and no
charge for handling at any point.
TIUtOUG It TICKETS by this route can be purchased at
all tIII3 Railroad °diced in the East; at the Ofeca of the
Company, corner of Clark and Lake atreets, In the Granite
Building; at the Depot of the Galena R. It., and at the
Mich. Cont. R. R. Odic°, corner of Lake and Dearborn sta.,
opposite Tremont liouse, Chicago.
WREIGLIT consigned by this route will receive Immedi•
ate despatch. C. G. LIAMMOND, duet.
C. E. YOLLETT,
Gen'l Ticket Agl, Chicago.
sgr TICKETS can be procured at the principal Railroad
Offices of the country. mhl9
NEW AND DIRECT ROUTE,
Unsurpassed for Speed & Unrivalled for Comfor
PROM PITTSBURGH TO
Col inn hue, indienapc.iie, Chicago,
cineinnnti, Tenn Haute, Bock 'gland,
Louisville, Ville...3llßM, 10R5 City,
St Lo Is, Reared He w Dubuque,
De) ton, Cairn, Dubuque,
Xenia, telemphiFi, Oalone,
'inneeville, Vicksburgb, Peoria,
Newark, New Grieato, Peru,
Aro Ins PRINCIPAL UNICA IN ins WM AND ELNITLI,
STEUBENVILLE & INDIANA
ItA.ILROAD !
Wi:101 19 now completed and to Puce. ail ul operation
tmeenSteubenville and Newark, 0.
Foil Atrvangament.
On and after Monday, September 10th, IS5t, a daily
morning and evening line of elegant and mitt running
steamers, commanded by experienced and arc,mmalating
critters, will leave Pittsburgh as follows:
The Morning Line, cmpneed ot steamers FOREST CITY,
Capt. Moore, and DIURNAL, Capt ehmles, leave Pitts
burgh every day, (Sundays accepted,) at 10 o chwit, A. 61.,
precisely. Pausengera dim on boned, and reach Steubew
villa at I P. 61 , making an immediate connection with tae
EIIININti EXPRESS TRAIN of the S. d I R. R —which
tanker direct connaction at Newark for &h. above cities.
The Evening Line, composed of steamers YIOPTURE,
Capt Gordon, and CLARA VI 811E11, Capt. Gordon, leave
Pittsburgh
andy, at I o'clock, P. M. ear Pnawingstli
Bleep on board, reach Stoubenville at next morning.—
in time for the Mail Tw in, which tassel immediately, and
makes direct connection for the above titles—thus arwlitng
mph: bond by railroad.
lair Fare as Chimp as by any other railroad route.
Yor Through sad Local Tickets, and further
apply JAS. OfiLLINB A CO, Agents,
Nor, 114 and 116 Water xt., between Wood
and Amitheeld, Pittsburgh.
R. W. WOODWARD, Sept
DEI'VANY. tiers Agent.
•
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PITTBiIJROII AIibdOtiNELLSV
:4..4 .
:T V I " 11 , : ja ft:
RAILROAD.
Tr lIE PI4TBUURUII AND PONNELLSTILLE RAIL
1 ROAD Is now open firm West Newton to
nay-eight dunce Prom I ittabrirgh, on the Youghiogheny
River.
This new first omens Road In now open for lb. tranworta-
I on eI passengers and freight, in connection with the floe
steamer BOLL AN, tront [Utah rgh to Counellaville,
na follows:
The steamer AN will leave her wharf, stare the
Monongahela 111'64, every afternoon, at half past three
o'clock, for W on Newton, coonseting there with the morn
loir, train lea' lug at a3U for lounellsv Me and reaching
thorn at U In A in limo iif the Itloge for Unionuy• n
Faro to 0nnne11evi11e.....................}1 75
Faro to Uniontown 25
A train will Inane Connellov 0- I. the eoroing, nil
ci rite k, for West Newton, ail canuect Ilu're with the
steamer radian at 7 33, In time to tearh Inttatur,h a; 1
P
Faro from Conuellsville to Pirtshn 75
Fore from Iluloutt an ti• Pltuitorrdh 15
The Local h - rigkit and Passenger Train will leave Cron
none, ills at 1120 I'. M., and roturuing will leave Weal
Newt n at UM P 91, elorplu7 at all nay statkois for
freight en , paarrngirk
Travelers In "-arch of businees or pleasure will find
trip by thi • route, al ng ale result] ul and fertile valley of
the loughicigheriv, one of the most interest-ink and
Lilo In the western country. The erenory rI Urn Talley Is
not rani...ea In twenty or grandeur by any in this into,
and the fleld for en'erpriee end Lusinetc I. unbounded Vu
both .itIV, of the nor are 1./ dri.PnA of mineral wealth,
inviting the attention of eripitolists and the river furaishee,
even I. Mil.", abundant and Drell' failing Cater power
for any amoont of mill. and machinery
The favorable character f the grade., all ileenstgling
towards Pittehorgh, wilt one to thie Company to transport
freights at the lowest rates; thus affording a cheap, unite to
mad reliable outlet for minerals and other Leary artirlea at
alit men.
For terms apply to P W CALDWELL, A .aletant Sup.,
listandent, or to the Oa.ra on hexed the steamer
OLI YEN. W. BARN KS,
se 7 President and Superintendent
ILLINOIS
CENTRAL RAILROAD:
procure their tickets at the
e Monongahela Mows, third
AND , Bw" aleTe land.
°AUGURY 4%, PlM,burgh
TWO PASSENGER TRAINS RUN DAILY on Its entire
length from DUBUQUE to CAIRO,
LAD
CUICIAOO to CAIRO.
This Road, In conjunction with Trains of the Ohio and
bilaalmippl it. It. and Chicago and Galena Railroad, forme
the moat direct
LOUIS
and only innti r nnonit It. It. route from
CIIICA to S. ,
CIEICAtIO to CAIRO,
CHICAGO to DUBUQUE.
'RAILROADS
OENTILAL , ROUTE
___
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arrying, the Oreat 11. States Mail and Express
Trains leave Chicago as follows:
10 A. M. nod 1020 P. M.—S?. LouIS aau emu° garaxsa
Passiengers for St. Lours by ChM train take the ears of the
Ohio and Miss. It. 11. at dandorel, and are ranted direct to
St. boas.
A 35 A. bi. and 4.10 P. 41.—Dueo4trit LND GALINA EX•
PUSS, connecting of Dunheth (opposite Dubuque) with a
Daily Line of Steam Packets for St. Paul and the Upper
blianisaippi river cities.
Trains leave Cairo for Chicago and Dubuque at 7.30 A.
M. and 7.00 P. M.
Passengers from the East and places on the Ohio river
destined for St. Louie, will eave 100 mile. of tedious and un
certain river navigation from Cairo to St. Louis, and arrive
tfteen hours in SiLnmax of the river route, by tailing the
cars at Cairo.
Ticket-a to St Louis, Cairo, Dubt. Paul, and all im
portant pieces by this route, can he h uque, S ad Pau
o oMce of the
0.0 P. and C. A P Railroads iu Pittsburgh, and Michigan
Central itallroad to Chicago.
R. R. MASON , Sup't.
THE PENNSYLVANIA
RAILROAD.
/pit annT CENTIIAL ROUTE, connecting the At
intik cities with 'Western, North-western and South-
WeSten° States, tly a =tin (tone Railway direct. This road
also connects at _Pittsburgh with daily line of steamers to
all pate on the Western Rivera, and at Cleveland and San
dusky with steamers to all ports on the North-western
Lakes; making the most direct, cheapest and reliable route
by which FREIGHT can be forwarded to and from the
Great West.
RATES BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA & PITTSBURGH.
FIRST CU/BR—Boots, Shoes, Dry G00d e, 760. per 1001)s.
(in boxes,) Furs, Feathers, Ito
SECOND 'MASS.—Books and Stationery,
Dry Goods, (in bales, ) Hardware, Lea 6ax. per 100Ibs.
trier, Wool, AC
TIIIRD CLASS.—Anvils, Bagging, Bacon } No. per 100 the.
and Pork, (in bulk,) Hemp, Sc.
FOURTH CLASS --Coffee, Fish, Bacon andl 40c. per loolbs .
Pork, (packed,) lard and Lard Oil
.g• In chipping Goods from any point of Philadel
phia, be particular to mark paekege Pennryhionia
Railroad.' All Goode consigned to the Agents of this Road
at Philadelphia or Pittsburgh, will be forwarded without
detention.
Fanner Ausders.—Moses Potter, Boston; J. L. Elliott, N.
Y.; F.. J. Sumter, Philadelphia; Moran k Hoene, Balti•
more ; Geo. C. Franciscue, Pittsburgh ; Bbringman Brow n,
Cincinnati, Ohio; J. S. Moorhead., Louisville, Hy.; R. C.
lifeldrum, idadison, Ind.; liatcliff Co., St. Louie, Mo.; J.
S. Mitchell .4 Son, Evansville, Indiana.
H. H. HOUSTON,
General Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
H. J. LOMBAERT,
m • Superintendent, Altoona, Pa.
Mika
KIER'S TRANSPORTATION LINE.
A NTICIPATING the want of facilities for transporting
A
Freights to and from the Eastern Cities, via. Yermsyl.
'anis Canal and Railroads, we have increased our stork of
Boats, Ac, on same, to a DOUBLE DAILY LINE, which
gives tie a capacity of over 1500 tone per mouth each way.
We assure our friends, and those disposed to patronize
the Btate improvements, there will be nothing spared on
our part to render general satisfaction in for warding Emm
ert, and Weston Freights with
E promptitude
ITOUEL end des:loh.
LM
u Canal Basin, Pittaburch. Pa.
R. 111. Lemon E. Co.'s Way Line,
BETWEEN PITTSBURGH AND COLUMBIA.
TILE undersigned having purchaaed
part of I) Leech A Co.'s Canal Stock,
are prepared to do a WAY FREIGHT
eBUSINESS between this place and Columbia. All beldam
entrustvd to our care will be promptly attended to by us,
at the Warehouse formorly occupied by D. Leech A Co.
Canal Basin, LLOYD A LEMON.
Jr/Er:dim*
56 HILL'S ALMANAOB.--eantord 0. Hill's Pitts
. burgh Almanac, Magazine Almanac, and Am.rr
lean Farmees Almansc,'No. 27; tor 1858, published and now
ready far sale by the quantity, by
JOHN H. MELLOR, No. 81 Wood street.
For sale, also, by all Booksellers in Pittsburgh and ABA
glieDy City. • • sepTi)
PICTURE, AMNON AND FANCY PRAM aS OF TU
at
E
most complete and finished style may be found
DOWNING'S, on St Olair street, near the Allegheny
Bridge, This gentleman has also on hand a splendid lot
of Miters, sours of which we see encased in unique a
bountiful frames. Clive him a call. sepia
6 i The Best Razor In theVlrld"
8 THE ..AMEIIIO/111 RAZOR," made In Ph il adelphia
Iby Gilchrist, and Bold during the last Ave pare to thou.
was of our °Wm= by the only authorized Agent for .
Western Seannylyanta. W. W. WILSON,
eep2.s Martel street.
EOM
URANCE cppiikOtes
Increase" of Cash Capital .
TO HALF A MILLION DOLLARS!
- 41rrPpt, itirsuitAbicar. OOPIDA.ITY,
" HARTFORD, 0010.--CHARTERED 1819.'
PAID DP-
Cash
Capital, 0 0 ,0 0 0 .
TordHE THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL STATEMENT of tho
Ataetoof theATNA INSURANCE COMPANY, of newt
,ae furnhiliod this agency on the let of January, 1885,
under oath.
Real Estate, ,unincoiraliered 4 18,672 05
Berenty-twoliddrigne Bonds, 6 and 7 pay-
able 11131X1Vartnuaily .............. .... 72,000 00
Debts due the Company, secure dby mortgage... 7,313 17
Bills Receivable, well secured, payableutßank... 120,317 35
Railroad Stoc ks Connectlcut. 07,513 00
Bank Stocks in the city of Bartforl. 142,833 00
Bank Stocks in New York city 08,050 00
Cull on hand, in Bask, and in hands of Agents
and ottioni.-
• $773,278 63
The amount of liabilities due or not &tato Hanks or other
credltons,—.nothing.
Losses adjusted and due,—uone.
Losses adjusted and not due, $148,618 M..
Losses unadjusted and In suspense, welting for further
proof, $61,267 60.
All other Jaime against the Company are small, ouch
only as printing, Ac.
Agents instracted to take no risk over $lO,OOO.
The amount insured In any city, town or Tillage, depends
upon the detractor, material and construction of buildings,
the width of etreete , the supply of water and condition of
the Ore department, and other cireumstancea.
The amount insured In blocks of buildings tarlea; the
design Is to limit the loss by any one tire to $10,t)00, or Iwo.
TllO. A. ALEXANDER, Secretary.
SPATS or COMPICTICIrr, Hartford, Jan. Ist, 1885.
Hartford county. t;*
rencus ll / appeared omen A. Alexander, Secretary of
the /Etna Insurance Company, and made oath that the fore.
going statement by him subscribed, Is true, according to
hie beet knowledge and belief
BENDY FOWLER, Justice of the Peace.
Leases paid by this Company for the year 1854 exceed
$760,000, while the pun:donut received for the game time
far exceed any other year, since the organization of the
Company.
Pollcien, covering nearly all deseriptiong of property, le
aned at this agency, at remunorativerates.
Air OtHce, Na 87 Water streeti Pittsburgh, Pa.
jardl It. 11, TEN EYCK, Agent.
011;1 - 3 N •
A 581' I luS
A
LIFE, FIRE AND MARINE
insurance Company,
OP rtiILADBLPIIIA.
Capital 3300,000
Amount aaouroly invested $ 200 , 000
rilllll3 COMPANY effects PiTIJ Insurance on Unildings,
Goods, VurnLurr, Ac. Marina Insuranco on Vessels,
Cargo and Freight. Inland Insuranco on 000416 by
Lakes, Canals, Railroads, and Land Carriage generally.
Also, Inrurance upon Urea, upon the moo favorable
tonna
DIRECTORS.
Ilon. Thomas B. Florence, James IL
George 11. Arm4rons, Charles Dingre,
FAL P. Middleton, R. R. Ilelmbold,
George lielmieol4. ➢red. C. Brewster,
Thomas Mandetteld, Lome Leech.
THOMAS R. PIA)R.RNCR, President
KIMULD IL lIMmooLD, Secretary.
PITTSBURGH ILEYCIIENOES
Hon. T. M. Bowe,
lion. P. C. Shannon,
lion. J. B. Guthrie,
Thomas J. Heenan, Esq.,
Cci. J. Ile on roster,
11. M. Riddle,
The character of the above Comps:ly le of the first eh,
and combines the rare and unusual privileges of Fire,
iii
rine and Life Imo:trance.
Gentlemen of elevated standing are associated to its
m►nea-ement, and interested ae Stockholders.
THOMAS J. 11UNTSIt, Agent,
Bt. Charles CuOitlat. Nn lOn Third at.
- Pittsburgh Dollar Savings
.Yo. 68 Fbarth tertel,
NEXT 8008 TO THE PITTSBURGH BANK,
NOW OPEN daily from 9 to 2 o'clock ; ulna, no Wed.
I
nnaday and Saturday evenings, from 7 to 9 o'clock.
Deposits received of all sums not less than One Dolor,
and a dividend of the profits declared twice o )iuir, In June
and December. The Trustees , for this pa °I furthering
the bauevolent, objects of the InStitation, hove entered Inv!
e guarantee bond, thereby givtng additional sorority to
depositors.
Hoots containing the Charter, By-Lows, Rule. and Regu
lations, furnished gratin, on application of the entre.
Prrnderst—G EOM E A LURE&
vine PIUSIDWCTS
John IL Shoemberget,
Chnrh. , Knapp.
N. Gratbiu Murphy.
Thoesbahl Umbsta.,ttrr,
!rm. ti l'ennork.,
Willi= J. Au
Hopewell Hepburn,
Goorpe FL White,
William ➢. Johnston,
Jnmes IV. !Ullman
Altloncler Bra,lloy,
Willi= Phillips.
Joba 0. Backofan, Jsinev nerdmAn,
ill Burprin, John M. MO.:pa:rick
Albert Cl:abortion, John D. !Mani.
Robert Chaster, Rabin( Morrow,
J. Gardiner Collin, Walter P. Marehnlt.
Alonzo A. Carrier, A M. Panora,
Jahn tl. Cminraes. Henry 1.. Itlnorsit,
Charles A. (kitten, Mobert Robh.
li.. G. lkirionton, Georg.. 11.. ltid.lle,
Francis Felix, aaraus ictiou‘id,
Goorre P. Gillman', James Stthlle,
Jame. it. Iloon, Georg. P. Neld.r,
William P. Haven, Alexander Tindir,
Sem...Lary and Treasiare--Cli A ItLitB A. O. LTON.
jyMinity .
&HMI. A. 124 MAI, IR VI URN 1.), h V kit CENT., d it L V I, t'o.
ACTNA ILINIIILANICI. O COMPANY,
01 IdA RTFO li D, CO-klii.
CRAM/MEM - - - - - ISI..
• -
PAID UP.
(lash , July 1, 1%6E0,
lONTINUE to maks Inguratun on 01l description. of
_, property at equitable rates. Thh , Company hero
malotaltord o position for honorable dealing for Ai
and le nrourpnurid for responsibility and punctuality by
any other similar institution to the United Etotes.
Nemb
annual statement of the cnili!ion Of this Company on ti
ic
In this office, for the examination of the
N• public
TEEVOK, A O . . t•
Office, North west corner Fifth and Wood streets, him
burgh.
Oft:LAW/LUX
MUTUAL SAFETY INSURANCE COMPANY.
( l r vlcla in tlin North Room nt th. K,natnr,e, on Third
arse., PHILADEJ.PILIA.
LIALLINK INeIJRA.I4CE9.
Oa V netts,
Celan°,
L.NLAND Ili SU ide NOUS
On goads by riven, eenain, Initem end land carrizieft, to
all parte of the Union.
CIS
On merchandise generally.
On Wares, dwelling houses. A.
Anarra OF THE COMPANY, Nor ember 7, 18E4.
Wads and Mortgages 124,200 00
State of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia city, tiprlng
Garden, Southwark, and other 10an5,....- ..... ...181,b1.3 42
Stocks In banks, railroads and Insurances cum
pante. . ........ —.— —. 21,012 20
Bale resol vable 152,1125 i l 4
Cask on hand 1E1,071 30
Balances in the hands of Agerits and premi awe
on Marine Policies recently Waled 121,707 67
linhocriptlonNoiss..-........- ..............................10 0 , 000 00
Win. Martin,
Joseph U. Beal,
Edmund A Bonder,
John 0. Davin,
Robert Burton,
John R. Penrose,
George G. Lelper,
Ldwurd Darlington.
11. Jones Brooks,
J. G. Johnson,
311.10203 C. lt►nd,
Thitipilun Paulding,
James B. brfarland,
W. 0. Ludwig,
JOSIPEL W. 00WAN, Beo'y
•
The Franklin Vire inmsrance Company,
Of I' haaddphsa, rinnrytoania.
TAM:MORS—Charles W. Damao; Morose Hart, Tobias
Wagner, Samuel Brant, Jacob It. Smith, Geo. W. Rich
ards, Mordecai D. Lewis, Adolph% E. Doris, David 8. thowne,
Morris Paterson. Om N. DABOKEN President.
QUAIL 0. luiasxa, Secretary.
Ciontinue to mate insmanoe,perpettud or litolted,on every
description of property, in town and country, at rates es low
as are consistent with amity.
The Oompany have reamed aluge Oentiogent rad
which, with their capital and premiums, aafely invested, J
ford ample protection to the assured.
The Assets of the Compeer on January ist, 1861, tie pub
lished agreeably to an Act of Azsembly, were as follows, via:
M 0910,12 8 69
fileeriVate 84,377 78
Temporary LoanS 83,060 17
81,880 00
Bton 64,910 81
Total $1,212,708 44
131nce their Incorporation,period of twenty-one years,
they have paid upward of One Million lour Hundred Thou.
sand Dollars, hems by Are, thereby affording evidence or the
advantages of Insurance, as well as the ability and dieposi•
Lion to meet with promptness all liabilities.
J. GARDINER COVVIN, Agent,
.24 Offleo, north-east car. Wood and Third sta.
TILE IEINITBD STATES
LIFE `INSURANCE,
ANNUITY AND TRUST COMPANY,
PHILADELPHIA.
CHARTERED APRIL 88TH, 1850.
MARTHA PERPEITIAL.
CAPITAL $250,000.
Oates, S. E. Corner of Third and Chestnut
Streets, Philadelphia.
;Officers of the Some Board at Philadelphia:
DIURITOgn.
Stephen R. Crawford, Paul B. Goddard,
Ambrose W. Thompson, Lawrenea Johnson,
Benjamin W. Tingley, Geo. M`Henry,
Jacob L. Florence James Devereaa,
Willhun M. Godwin William Wiles,.
Preeideni—Stophen I t. Crawford.
Vice President—Ambrose W. Thompson.
Medical Stamina., Pitieburgh--James H. Willson, H. D.
Allegheny Oily—R. B. Mowry, AL D.
EO. B. ARNOLD, Agent,
No. 74 Fourth street, Pittsburgh.
PENNSYLVANIA ERSURANCE COMPANY
OF PITTSBURGH ,
CORNER OP FOURTH AND SMITHFIELD STREETS.
Authorised Capital, 5300,0 0 0.
INSURE BUILDINGS And other property againht loss or
damage by Fire, and the perils of the Sea and Inland
Navigation and Transportation.
Wm. P. Johnston, Rody Patterson,
W. arClintock, Kennedy T. Friend,
D. M. Long, I. Grier Sproul,
A. J. Jones, George R. White,
Jacob Painter, A. L. Carrier,
Jamie S. Neglay, W. S. Ham,
Wade Hampton, D. i.-Park,
H. R. Coggshall.
Hon. W2d. 6'. , Preahlent.
BODY PATTERSON,JOHNSTON Vice President.
A. A. 01.1111113, Secretary and Teasel:ire?.
B. & Cadmus, Amiatant Secretary,
DRY A-NED Rrun.--FALL TRADE,
1865.
A. A. MASON A CO , Filth street,
Are now receiving their Pall stock of Goods, embracing
some Tarentrflve Ilundred Packages, which have been per.
abased at the large Auction Sales, from 'lmporters and
Manufacturers, and will be told at as low rates as can be
Purl:tired of the New York or Philadelphia Jobber&
DWELLING BOOS& TO IXT—One two-story Dtceßing,
containing eleven roams, (wall Maculated fora Board
ing Housej situated neat the fuot of Vine street, for rent,
by MlLLint & ItIOHETSaN,
eep2 221 and 719 Liberty at.
ft - f
• s
67."
, ,o .
BANKERS , AND O:10K fiats
ittISTIX - X4:90/1 . 181
STOCK AND BILL BROKER,
Office, No. 92 .rourais4dtdmWood. ,
NOTES ' Poets, Bondsdlortgages t and louts on Cana
teralS nePtlatcd. StOCICA bought and sofa Qn coin
=won: , band Warrants tidied sind'tsold. •
Pexticnbar attention paid to - tbi .purchase pnd ask
Pf
Copper Stoke. • , • ~, •
All comma itcatiotie attentetta_proin
Wit. LI. atm miss— JAS. IVAT,
Wm. H. William* At.
BANKERS AND - EXCKLANGE-BROKERS; -
N. Et corner Wo6d and Third shuts.
Xi' All transaction made on Ilberarternuk. Collections
of Bills, Notes, &a., promptly attended to; jan2lY.l*
ARTHIIRS, RO,DGERS & 00.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS ,
UORIVER OP FOURTH AND MaTELFIEWY ATEEETS,
Pittsburgh, Pa. '
212,505 06
Removal. .
PATRICE'S &MIR/ID_,
BANKERS AND =MANOR BROKERS,
rave removed (heir Office Lathe Coriur ofAfthand Wool its.
Pa Stillman', P.
DI AMMO h PRILTID, Bankers and Exchange Brokers,
and Dealers in Notes, Drafts, Acceptances, dolt!, Eaves
and Dank Notes. ,Exchanges on the Eastern and Western
Cities constantly for sale.
Collections made WAD the cities throughout the United
States. Deposits received in par Sande or current paperi at
the corner of PM and Mod Bfzeeta [f eta
N. BOLMES & SONS, . '
BANILESS•AND EXONA.IIII.I9 BROSBIAB,
RAVI 11.1:110VID T/IXIIR POING aiD L 110.1119011 011112 1 . 0 50.
67 attaarr erater, YOUR on= =tow 01.0 aterta.
M 110LB=8 SONS,;Bankera and Exchange Frans,
. and_Dealere in Notes, Deane, —A Gold, Sil
ver and Sink Notes. Exchange cm tha and Western
Cities constantly for Bale. •
Collectiotus made in all the cities throughootthe United
States. Deposits received in par funds or crirrentMtT,No.
67 Market Area, between Third end Fourth eta. tjasaly
JOHN WOODS,
BANKER AND EXCHANGE BROKE-R,
DUI= IN
Exchange, Commercial ana Bank totem
TOCK bought and sold on oommlsaion. Collections
carefully attended to. interest paid on Deposit.
4 No. a% Fourth street, nearly opposite the N. M.
Soule
HILL 6 CO.,
BANKFIiB AND BACEIANUS BIiDEBIIIS,
comma as vitae) AND rrrrn 611Lten.
O . IOIIT X.XOIIANGE on the Eseturn Cities constantly for
retie Time Bide of Pachange sod Notes diseounteL—
Gold, Silver and Bank Notes, bought and sold. Collections
male in all the principal cities of the United States. De
posits received of Par anil Current Fund's. Inter27ly
=WI maim, IM
KRAILMID Eons , monism' 11.1 U.• I il l
EE &
BANICKHE AND EXMOOR DRO
TIM' AND SELL Gold, Sliver, and Dank lloi+1; negotiate
I)Loans on Deal Estate or ' Stock Seenritlea
Promissory Notes and Time Bills, on Emit and West; bhp
and sell Stocks on Commimlon.
Collections made on all points In the Union. [mil
BANKERS AND EXCIIANGE 1311011E4ELB,
DRALE.IIB in Exchange Coin, Bank Notes, Bight and
Time Drafts, Ac. Collections carefully attended to,
and proceeds remitted to any part of tho Dolma. •
Stooks bought and Bold on commission.
Edi. No. 74 Fourth et, next door to Bank of Pltteb'g. Leap
- - -
non. J R. Wellotock,
OM 8. W. Bruck,
A. B M.Calmonr. Esq.,
Wilrnn Weandl,qrs, Kui
(leo. J K. Storrhoud.
AND DIALIII IN
Motes, Bonds, Stocks, Real =state, SC.,
No. 78 Fourth tl., Pifkbtirgh, [jabl
linstitatlon
}To .11 parte , of tbn Wo;14
$627,476 ba
DiILSOTOSA
Dr. B. M. Huston,
Hugh Craig,
Spencer M'llvaiu,
Charles Kelly,
Samuel IL Blokes,
Henry' Bloan,
;mutes Trawl&lr,
Eyre, Jr.,
Joshua L. Price,
lames Ten neat,
John D. Bumph.,
Charles Schaffer,
J. T. Logan, Pittsburgh,
I 11. T. 0. Horgan do.
WM. Al ARTIE, President.
THOS. O. HAND, Vice Preeident
P. A. MADERIA, Agent,
95 Water Arse, Pittsburgh,.
DLRWTOH2 I
_.~ ._ ;-.<.1~ r «fir:. ~
0. E. ARNOLD A CO.,
TUGDIAS WOODS,
sir COMMEROIAL BROHER,Ii*
Ctsnarntotal's Loan 00Iew, •
kr O. 100 aurruirinD mum, NEAR yurra.--
17 mooe l t0...a on Gold and Silver Watches, Silverware
and other valuable articles.
CLOTHING.
CLOTHING STORE!
JOHN M'CLOSKEY & CO..
r'(FOR
po peg. lE%
n a s tr w ee e t' or Titrxr: RIO . 1:088, have, for the
poae of acquiring morn spare for their Immense business,
amo - red to the apactima building on the corner of
DIAMOND ALLICY AND WOOD STSP.Wr,
When they have now the moot
SPLENDID STOCK OF CLOTHS
READY MADE CLOTHING
That has ever been offered to the public.
Their principal called for this removal, 11 to give them
more facilities for the
WHOLESALE TRADE.
They are prepared to sell Goods at the
LOWEST EASTERN PRICES!
♦Ol they will warrant them to be as good as any manu
factured In the Union.
CUSTOM WORK,
111 TIII DIST F/171.1,AND 11CO21 TH/ 811011CTIST 3011C1-
npy have no band a full and beautiful assortment 0
Lorrita and COATI NGS, for
MOCKS, DUBS, WMAIING AND 'BUSI
NESS COATS.
Out interests are identical 'with those of onr enetomens,
ml we tuuure the public that our fidelity will not fall in
^thing all Orders we may be fa, oml with.
IQ — DON'T FORA ET THE FLACK—
Itio. SS Wood Street,
( .AsT 001111101. OF DIAMOND
N. D.—We desire our patrunetoundenstarulthat we have
no longer any connection with the Clothing Brildneed on
Liberty street. Our attention is devoted exclusively to the
louse above destellasted.
mar
JOTIN MVIAVASY A 00.
E91I8"P ARRIVAL OF_
FALL L DRY GOODS
ATE BOTH ERB,
tie . Nu. 74 MARKET STREET; rirrsßußcia,
sins ov Till OEIGINAL
( Ult
and
WRVS PEPILIITMXNT is unusually lot
contends some of the richest snit most dosireld
Goods that we have ever been able to otter, ouch as
itrweUC h2o Sll s k ; s . l
y r e , t .h 3,,shmeres ;
Melts de Lainee; Plaids; Strtpee: Coburg!, Ac.
N EKDLE WORK—The beat assortment in ti a ity.
Collars, Cheruizettes, Sleeves:
Flouncing's, &brings and Insvrtingo;
Shawls, Cloaks, Tenure! and S,wrfs;
New atylo Rroche, Plaid, Cashmere Moire Ant. YelveL
Crape Silk, &a.
Toitether with a large assortment of 11.10JRNING GOODS
of all descriptions.
Our IXMIESTLO, and lIOUSE fraR.NISGING DEPART
MENT I. well surplled, and we feel contlient tido we tan
offer greater inducement's now than we have ever been
Able to offer before. We solicit an examination of out
stock befere purchasing elsewhere, as all will tied it to
their advantage to do en.
W. will also be almost daily In receipt of now an I at. Ara
ble tlocole throughout t LOVE
BROTHERS,
(Formerly Young, Stevenoon A Loes,)
N 0.73 Market 'tweet, Pittsburgh Pa.
- ffi. ARNOLD £ SONS,
WROLEBALII AND lISTALL DEALEIIB IN
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING
And Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
xyo. co MARKET STREET, between Third and fourth,
1 1 11 Pittsburgh. Eeep constantly on band, a largo stock
of Cloths, Cnerimeres and Vestinga Garments made to
order on the shortest notice, and in the latest styles.
ifir MI orders promptly attended to. EauglT:2ro
Fall and Winter Goods 1
EDMOND WATTS,
ERCUANT TAILOR, NO. Is 6 1113ERTY BTRRLT—
In_ I Wive now on hand a largestock of Pall and Winter
Goode. Overcoatings,of entirely new design; Plash Vest.
Ingo, of the moot beautiful patterns; French and Eng,Usti
Cassimeres, of every style and abode In the market, all of
which I will make to order on the most reasonable terms,
and warranted to eulL oct4
---- N.w Clothing Store,
NO. 4, EIIETII STREET, OPPOSITE LIBERTY.
rI~IIE subscriber has just opened this new establishment
1 where he has always on band a large and choice assort
moot of all articles of OLOTHING, which he warrants evil'
to any in the city, and will sell at the most reasonable prl
cea. The public are requested to give hlm a call. •
marikly 11. OPPBNIILINER.
We%torn Insurance Company, Pittsburgh.
It. MILLER, Jr., "President. I • P. M. GORDON, Secretary
A.PIWALI 0300,000 e
WILL blew° against all kinds of risks, MIRE and NA
BINE. All loses will be Morally adjusted and
promptly paid.
A Home Institution, managedby nuaarona who are well
known in the community, and who Ire determined, by
promptness and liberality, to maintain the character whirl
they have assumed , as offering the bast protection totiMie
ho desire to be Insured.
Dirce.ters.-41. Miller Jr., O. W. Bieketson, 3.W. Butler,
N. Holmes, Jr., W. 11.8inith, O. Ihmsen, George W.Jackeen,
Wm. It Lyon,James Lippincott, George Dada, Jimes
Au ley, Alexander Nimiek, Thomas Scott.
Oflice, No. 92 Water street, (Warehouse of Bpang ft
Co , opt Satre,) Pittsburgh. nov24:ly
UND2IES-100 bags Rio Coffee;
26 pockets Jars Coffee;
50 bade N. 0. Sugar;
25 bbls Refined Sugars •
100 bble prime N. O. Molasses;
75 half cheats Green and Mack Teas;
76 boxes Tobacco, tweet'. brands;
25 boxes Pepper;
26 boxes Pimento;
25 boxes Extra Coffee;
100 boxes Mould and Dipped Candles;
25 boxes fitar'eandleS;
100 boxes Rosin Soap;
26 boxes Variegated tioap;
25 dozen Buckets;
10 dozen Tubs ;
200 reams Wrapping Paper;
20 dozen half tow Begs.
(seplo) JOHN,ISIOORI.IEIiII
For sale by
110 llboN-200 tons Nos. 1 and 2.6trabracite, Mari
." atm," " Cameron" and " Cordedla" furnaces;
100 Was " Rock 11111," J Unlata ;
100 •• "Monroe," do;
60 "Mill Creek," do;
76 " " Ei6uulo,r Somerset county; for pale
try (sepl9) JOIIN 61001111U/1D
t.A
UL.1116-:-100 tons J anima Bloom - 6;nd Lumps;
100 '• Lake Obamplalu; for Hale by
_ JOUN MOORE-MAD.
.I)U i l l ' o u i l i i . LL l T y Vr uths t‘oo , Trl—Our annual importation of
ae., for tall planting has
uzrived. Catalogues will be ready in-a few daya.
eatlS .TASINS WARDROP.
1, I it.o ta•zon or Cawy, Robin and blocking
D Bird Cagas, of vitriolic sites, just reoeived and for.sale
octlZij 1.431 ES WARDICOP.
AI t.WAY liottgle POIVXHB—One and Twollope
lA, Powers, with Saws, Threshing Maithines, dm —of the
Powers furnished without eatiohittee—adapted for mantitae
luring purposes. Call and examine them, at 47 Fifth at.
se 6 JAMES WAlltilt IP.
QTRAWBNIC6Y I.I..ANTSof the most !enable tested vs
10 rieties for this locality can be supplied in large quen
taes-47 WM street. (sepf4 JAMES wArimaop.
N 4.4 Id Tat; TISIti to Betare a geed 110iiR near good
&hook It istrithin a-quarter bt a mile of the Cadet
House in Washington, Pa., fronting the Pittstrwgh read.
There are eight acres of ground Imnrovott, with abOnt 100 ,
Fruit Trees, and a good Cottage Hone of eight rooms;
neatly furnished in the tetra style- It ie 'near the test.
deuce of John Marshall, Kul. Price $lOOO. Enquire of
. 04.8 THOMAS WOODS;7S Pourthet.
AFa Kai,near New Brighton, Beaver County, containing,
108 acres, well Improved, and tinder a line 8700 or
cultivation, la offered for Bala low.
Taos. WOODS., 70 Fourth et,
BITING INKl3—Arnold'et Etlbbartle,Oztles,\Varren'e,
Ison'e, and Illaynord h Noyes' I.xxlva, for gala by
octb W. B. RAVEN.
RAVIN RD SUGABB-20 labia Crushed;
" 20 do. Loaf ;
15 do 'A Coree Bogor;
SMITH, HAIR kIiTINTER:
For sale by ibbth)
I=t ,-
. _go 'Et :
G,A.14
t,a„,
00-mt p.F.B,!o:ol#4.l,4llfghird strestst
10k51
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thraakiiiiiti•lisnoirc**Tar,thliveik#rAlartfineitrit
public. Peng stAs;rEnlotT . .. • jip.
MANSION , 41101IFSE;' I
o IVATIJ IV lei Z
44.
-I)4eVer tile Pifitu4tletiia;Ualliard,'obleh olotes,it
the utoet'ethirecilink,llll:ouse , ellyi'qpaseeooBl7 aniz
-sing by 'ilkst toed.' - '" '•
The hopileter beving,itt eonelderthlelsneosei,nttediept
So eteelb3nt style, the lIANSION, ..1101:18r,.would respect•
folly eollelt a shareo3 public reitransge: - . Therels attached,
a eplenciti STABLE and extent/lye - WAGON TOP, tea&
log ample azooromiettetion fotravelerealleteautetera;
1 Larder anctilar will be 'fittitielied'arlth thiteetthe'reasket
can alfool.
ST, 'CI,A-11.11.;,/a01 , 114.14i '
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11/"!, 4 / 4 4 41 0 i0vial d Natbm s h,Jth
e.eicrioajortaeely otksßrowtielrotelphavitig
ITIBB
tak n thleF fic attd OtoutedieteclitYrati,,and haring
reetted,it so eat: style , .ragpeettlll9
hie friepias etiatrelingselblie to give,ttita a pall. ,A 111.•
eared. with the .wtOenlenee of the hopg3e,itaitia lopg
oerienee in the heOpeee,,.,.he..eart gilroentire r eatlefeetion;'
end hie Pliargoili moderate. 7 ' ,
tab= , . .601thElAir..
GOOD ADWJADT,HOIUSE,' ;
OF mummy 4 eip,.ciaelq. impgra,
jsiunTly YAM:llB,l3a&NßON,Troprintor.
I . • OWSTOWS. •'-
VAVERLIIIt HOUBS‘SO Stmat-Eightk
• Choi:nut andiWaluntahilidelphis.
GA61C.1.1./4 - 11.01135109'
COMM OF lallir`AND sorau TrAßßerf,
ri ," "PriVrtetor!ialpszplietertMln- announcing to iho
public inert tbionewund itlavoltflotel hos treen Opineff
satibioaseof antartsafinient:',Datojiiorattiod.kg4ad roomy,
and adjoining the °Moe of the Obio 44200001010.# offers
Inducements aluaupwaeli c th aaeecmmoda
Cola or the traveling community.
A stairs of pith° paitorrago i/EI66OIOAITBISIICItA
sun , M.
R,ESTAU~R;AN~~.~
• vini.Airis' .14A0..,.. w...; ; r •
W. 'b. 0 A lii;As3ll)3ll., l'itortt}itlitt: I
/booth stroni - bdroren Mai and &Anal:
PM nucleus esteb)tablnenthambeenteased by tbesuto
L . scriber,
_spa completely, rencreated.
le to, at all Azobta prepare& ta, faratab
everY : 1 4xurY l , at, can, be_ found 14.. the: beat - `oSulited
restaßrebte in the gbit6e.L.11154114i01:63.,8ar NrAtatalaya be
)forted'alitit - the' airy; bO r 4 - pwcfpf: - aiontiti or - every d
Be n OP, 4! to Put= '...,eal "Maya ba•rottad,at Aymara'
''' ` l ``- .-- ' ig. 1 4 ..) .. !._ - . -Vir. Ct. , 42ALVailllat.
- , lELDIVCOPIA.
serOYSTER AND COIFEE HOD - 13E.'RO
. D. DZOINAILD. i
.ifa. 40, riftkilarta, between Wood and Narl4l.
taultkly 1 • PR15117110.11.., - ,
; lErnsteLt. .
Tir D. ENGLISH, Bela Bottler of SMITH'S celebrated
V I . Kennett Atwood Blum; Stout: - Alao,Comnion Ale
and Porter, In quart andiAntbottlea. •
The attention of falullleSland t e trade,'ls.treekotfUlly
.
fillmsrat Waiter And Serispar
141. D. RtifiLIPTI, Pitt street, below ' , Penn, is now
V V rannuferturing and-bottleing the above boveriges on
an entimsfretrale. -.lD“rticleliare ofthe basiquallty,snit
onfaettirod from the purest materials. ortnly
GREAT'. DISCO:YEE-1C t•
A Al-Plx Tzsria, toth by able.Praditioners end:Chemi
n, cal _itrudysis„ hare demonstrated the peek seine of
War
?. DR artAzirs beautiful combloaDon,ailled .111,110-
TRIO OIL," for the relief and threat Pain. 'Eat the people
themselves are rendering their verdict in a Manner 'both
unmistakeable and, sattsfactory.. More.than 20,11100 bailee ,
have been sold in a very short thae—a great proportion to
those who &aid others recommend it, Vie. bed tried it,
That it ie a splendid discovery to athetowledged,
and. made,- NIB, it was ever . epee prepared. Why, for
thins alone; it is worth $190,000 'Jigger to the people, as it
al ye cures these painful tormentors Bethirfour h ours
lint what IR it not ;worth to Hes people Ifcures Balt
Rheum, Erysipelas, Canker,. Ulcers,Berea of eliklude, (fre•
fluently taking awaylill the "Pan id tweiaq-four hours,)
Itheumatient, Neuralgia, Pelpitationelithdach%Broneldtiti.
Piles, Womb Complaints, Cramps, Sprainfe-Beessor Swelled
Breast, Felons, Wounds of ell kinds, Ac,,f, Would S. SOO PC O '
ospreys its value to the perfplal , 19d-„Becarefea Mau
gild freely forrellef trelppaut- Mal thbf-Oilf rellevepCinP
CertiOnty mat rtlell as We hat's , atilt Dallied, bore
orable and highmhuled Inerthardes AlYeive .dooteva'aud
oLbers have so said, after from ten to le ft y triela They' say
the Sitar* Oil is the Brien medical ceMbinatiouriver
razed, neither offensive nor injurious, butleffeetual in all
the above and many other cases.. Some honorable and
heavy business linos have, it is tree, sold some of the old
(turpentine, bite moos, or coal tar, do_ do.) external ap
plications, until their customers returned bottle after bot
tle, with the remark that ” cbe remedy was Scree than the
pain ; 1 e yet each men have serer recommended nor given
countenance to them. Put see some of ourbeet inerchaute
ordering more every ten days, and atways giving additional
testimony to the value of this wonderful discovery. That
Et great many ladies are using it as a medicinal toilet article
Or themselves and their children, is well known. It CUM
alt pimples, blotches and eruptions on theists and neck in so
short a time, you would scarcely credit IL fie freffnently
redoes , a painful main/ in two home; tie, done it in f
an .hour; cared moo , etterthafly els Dania. It ladies
knew the soothing, strendthening and heatingeirmes in this
Oil, they - would never be induced to usestuything else:Sof
Womb compleints or pains, of any kind.
We non insert a letter just received froth Henry Wiley,
Ewe, who went to gland - six weeks since,.(to dia)
Lennon, duly 12,1`555. '
rani'. Do GIATH,PhIta;- . -Dear fiii: Whera len borne for
my health; (Serothions - truptions, .40.0 I 'agar expieted to
return again., bettering that my complaint -would soon
carry me off.. When you gate me three bottles of your
'sot Oil to take with me, as merely a palliative, did
sot think 1 would so verysoon be thlfed upon to thlnk you,
,del now de; for my
. complete restoration. ;
I pan only say, benne the departure of the steamer; that
sop have only to come hero with your Oil, to make a EA`
tune In one year. Thereisnot another similar medicine In
England, if in the world: _1 vitt write by;neat, steamer.
Veers, most truly, . BOUT Wag.
It cannot be their imaginations, who state that aid Sores,-
the have diechatged from six -months to`ONO peers, have
been cured byftlOst It-tonne tto ifteir sqeoP•
tiou, where pain . M relieved ,in onodar,often •la half att
boor. No I common sense dietates - no i—atid 'GOO written
!Afire say VD! Come and see them. A regular Doctorin
ottendance; and I adieu can consult a Iseirineivately, by
dropping a line to the office. Advice from a distance, mak
tog inquiries that any physician Can answer, will be
promptly attended to. .Alwaye enclose a stamp, as our ker
vices are [reel.* given, and we are drawn - upon too erten la
this way. All.cases treated liberally, with or without
Oil, es 1 have 'two Physicians associated:tat this express,
purpose. ar Prof. C. DE cinema, •
No. 29, South Flebth street, Villa...
N. 11 —The largest battles tea limes the cheapest. Dims
notify me of any ease or -failure - to-cure in from half an ,
hour to three weeks, sal wish to„cgme ,• '
iirD- Per sale by DR- lEEYditit, ,14i0 WOW at. .
R EFUTATION NEW Elva LAND—. •
Itinshit, N. IL, June 01141811.
-B, IL A. 11thnestoc0 Ca...-X.tentlinaeiir..ldr: Zito yore
past I have used B. A.- Valinestock's Vermifuge for an an ,
theimlntio in my practice; my attention was drat caned to
Min erase where Ibid failed to dislodge worths aithcalte
mei, pink and cowbage. A.hottle was ohtaitted and used
with desirable effect; 11111C0 then I liaVe prescribed' itioT
hundreds or patients, and In a large roajoritybreasesvallt
complete succors.. Itt;one ease a single battle of the .Irit
CiLler brought away front one pedients?ncrptighl worms.
have never known it to do harm, and sin Induced to
make this statement from an hottest eanvlation that it to
the most valuable Vermiloge yet known. Such limy con
fidence in Its "worm kilEng" powers, that I recommend D
i. other physkians In this section, and furnish them wito,
the article. • IL 0.. SAVAGE, B. D
Frepared and soldwholesale and retail by D. A. FALIN ,
ESTOCII A CO., writer of Wood and _First streets, Pltne
harsh. seaS
Law Books.
T authorized to sell low some valuable lair Books.
10 cola. Pa—Reports, by Darr;
Bonvier's Institutes;
OrsentleVa Evidence;
Wharton's Digest, but ed.;
And other UOPOrt3.lftgraentarj Works, As..
OHO. p, GILLMORE, .
it the-Maim lit limning Post
uv lADINO' LOT POILSAL.E.
A. IDT 24 feet front on WYLIII- stmt, and 'extending
back 109 feet WWlde alley,- On tbe-backpart of the
Irot Is a Cellar Wall, built Or two amaililTduaee. Tbit Lot
1.• In a desirable location lbr a residence; and , $lll. be Bak
low, and on favorable - tering. Title goodowid 'dear from,
laccunbrance. Enquire of C1E0...1t. GILMORE',
Jvla At Office el -Moraine , . "Peet:..
Boarding - School;
at". PurFoal& The 61%0 and armageroent of the Douse,
the beauty, extent and; variety of the ' gtoritults and the.
singular advantage *Me porltionoetlnded 'from twerp,
thing.ohjentionable,'n•mbr title a.alost draftable location
for either a Male orTanale &minim. Tor terms, apply to
nal4lktf W.' 1113TIFit,n /front strast.
!rail rig , *
_Great - WOOL, '
lIIE LIFO 01/ MBAS WABIUNGTON.,rrthe that
I urea of the above work is - now iseidj for - delivery—the
sword volume win be... Toady !shortly, dt ne , tly gotten
up—printest online paper, with three o r and
,Price per ioltinte.
This saition n, .. abed
.by subscription, and
payable on the delivery'of each volume.
J..1115N.1nt sit C O. are sale Agents far the nboire work.
OM* No: 3d flinr - street, in Lannees .Bolcstore, where
the books will be open, for subsorlber'aisio:l - kw..
Kr..slitordersi,addreased to T. J. LE. h: Co, Win be strictly
adonded to.. ifir Canvas - Rare wanted. . ..; augZliaraxo
• _ opouritstor
liOPC) SAW for seppDitrg Coal to- the Basta of the
P
VITTSHUBCHT AND CINCINNATI -DAILY PACK
for the coming 'season: will be - received op to the
16th instant, at goon; at tins oftim of NM:HOLM:6B & CO.,
-
The Coal is -to he,dellyered in the ChM ol the Boats
quantities from 1,000 tx.4.;ooll,bashelo, as may be requlied
by tho Captains: ;.
The contract to: commence. on the Opel*); of Paebet
Navigation this FaU and to erten& to tlitaster Jull'e 18 58 e
Address, "PROPOSALS FOR COAL:" OrA3dtd
bissuastes' llana or eirrsaraan, L
•• Augnstal, 1855: 4.
MEEK STOCKHOLDERS of the Mechanics' Bank of Pkg.'
burgh are hereby notlfled-that the third Instatittent6f
$12,60 per share will bedue on the 10th of Weber proshpo s ,
and the fourth and last Instalment of SAM per there on
the 20th ,November ibllowieg, payable at : the flanking:
Hansa, on Fourth street, aa per resolutinnol the flcard . of
Directors. 18411 OtS0.1):
, fragettion.„
A MJAE'BING Ortheltookholdaraof .tha Amperuncerdie
ft and „lirobledmint Tkirdi Road armpany,.for the piaryomk
of choosing offteers to perm" for thew:ming - year, will be
held at the office of the, Treasuter,92 Yourkh . eireet, on the
FIRST MONDAY of November next
By order of the Board.
odd AUBTLYILOOMI.B,•Tniaaarer.
rrENOYOLCIPEDLA OP 01325118TRY,Practima
heoratical embracing tO application to thE.Artg,
Metallurgy, Mineralogy, aeoica, btu,ltctna and Plitaillac9-
.IMAIThea.O, llootb, A. M..,8L A, P. 84 Mallet and. Rattner.
In tballaittylatatea Mint, Itafesgbr of Applied 04 81 311411
'tlu) Beankiln Tagtltuti; Autalated by.tleugipbaltMortitt,
author Appued•OlLifolgtryttastA.Plilbetalcal,Manlaala
. tlotiet Second ailltlov Fos gala by
- oet2
st,tectitim - 1,51(01104,' • •
MIER Stookholdomor XenrulhiPalis InfinffiDeo
patty, of :21tbfintei, tun hetoby notteol that the An.
noel Election te.e' Drinctoft fox' said be held
0 03. 3 . t f mict :o r ?mirth and` Smithfield ettoeta, on
MONDAY, thrfitti day of c itrovembei; - 1856, afin o'clock A.
Mt - - oactaddl, CARRIER:
- 1)10 •RE - pit-Bar sat the Etocicand Mansßs, exan
mUee
oa tl i g e g p at 43l4 ), ,Witia,TiMcra cute
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nl i titri t
quantity/A veil saved IOAX, and caw crops, and the on.
expiwterm calla lanta. Immediate ..-*Acasiou can bobrat:
°dß B. COTO-BERTA BON 14,1Oarleat
-- tA.PAQA.B, liAINEB,' AEL.--4tist opmingis *lanai
assatinant dblaat told colored 'Alpecao; 11E1001 and
p&dan.Do'islnes,`Cashmeris, &a - - Also, ear very alagait
dtyleji of Figured Goode. • '
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Disessesi- - tratisonsaii.Anefonttulas '
arfolt undicrti:DrAtsy,AftennuttisPoi 1110 1. .
, ttvers,.Qouti adllmOOL.lssTVollOnast ;
Z . ... 11 ' - -. - Itiltaltinty : " . l - rititista.atlOns -, 41.101 k . .
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:..'r....._........2.:-..a ',disteates Invslatch is.'Purgatiftt. Medi. . , - '
_ duels not be-lesskatitlhalla 1 ''' • -
nnstvalcknessSral- tattering hMghtlbet,-,prefetd - 64.1f •
haentleia but: a ffecinalTitherllo,WCOLmoni-"freely load.
:No nersonith feel Welt ishlletictinitWhebitor bcdit. Pre-
' . .ltallat' besides, •it-.:Loota lenatattni.ieripinvandftEinfind ; -
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easelsovhfch might havataten - avoldal bythetinteliand ; ,
judicious sea Of a good petatii.e. - - this Juolike true
Colds, - Veverlsh symptoms,' ,- and Mutt terangemehts. ; • .
They filltera:to:beannti oryptoolinsethe ,doleitieatat and ,--:. ''
Sormldabledlstetoperowhichlold th l a , heareas igniter' the t
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lend; ' Haley tiltellable fatilV,,phi ci li:nf - the lhat.lm•
...itortaime no the *bile health. stmlibla •Ell Untied tam 1 , . .
festal witti7consuminate.skillitomeat thit'slatuktol ,-- An I .
extensive trig of its.vlrtuesbyThats*Tiofessomand 1
Patients: Win 14101111 . nircatiSigp §' OVlttlliiii . blthetto "
known of kOay Inalleine.": Cures have etetheted-beyond ,
belief, were; theynotirobitantlead - ibY bersons'ot Mich el.; .... - .1•0''..,
ailed tl4looo.fitltl,oll4iClay_yet te10thh14.110 10 49. 1 dc4" 4 t =
nntrd
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Dock-/L'A. -lIAYBEs AmtlyilealChstolstotleaston;uul t
State AssaYsi - of paisachrieeWstinstsVhighjmikaslonal i - -
Charecter.Wiiidersed by the - 4 ,- - .-- ~..121 .
_.' ;
..- floMßDlPAllDEPßßElTiflerilddrdithathated States. ,'
NOISEB.T 11 - .WLNIVI/c . IPIAI/ BPeltkirtlC,l l , l ll l , oll l o 01 1
Eapreeentedseti: .- - :-. - - ; ; --.' --- -s-i
-• ABBOTT LAlnEtioi, Blinlittir - Pleafikellit ild. 1
tioIIN.B.IfISZEVE Milif.iStatbolio7lllshorliPposton
D. J. itiONsJlkON,i*Neiiiiherhiei.biNeilNrk INty, i
olitorsed by: - ' --, '., .. ,-t. -.-: ,
••• :L. %,- ,',.;
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lion. W. L. fdABOT:'&0:0110Y7 - 0$ 11110- itit : " 4- t , S , 4 -
,-,- 1911.13.4111TOR,Altektchetithurtal.MAtherktin. - '•
13. - T.SLAN.D . PlClN'propiletortioi t*EetiOpeliten Betel,
• , Did:space- ham% tate.nOtWaittn*ahylniaitid milk. , -
cateafrontidt parte - Rime theaPills haveheennwilibut ad.
deuce teen moyeconvinclipliherithaeXpatiencepfentinent
public met; is linand lei thetesifincbtit*Mkrlalt r '. . -
Them PBl4thit =Mita InigAnithstigeMOUAtut atnO, - ,
are offered ne„,the,ptchlioVis the best . and .vdostAtatpleOi ' •
which the' present. stela : isrstiedlii4 - sobitar - east afoul.
'
EAT anti licailiounded'itaif the .sttlagi Thetriceivell, but of
-the medlcinalsirtuesonly of Y,egetable Betnedles extracted
'by Chemiall process roarrite•or piu*ontliorattined to
gether tn! such- os- nnwittenni to,intuyet - theheahlesalte.
The system of composition fixe medicines benheen lured in
Cherry inniTille both, t 0 produeiin Mote - isfeelent -
Mien - bid hitherto 'been obtained - 1T any-procate. 1
The reasonis - perfectlytntivihuidlehY. l h o n l4,loo d o . ol 1
' 0 0 104 011 1 100 * even' soedlcluels burdened' whits:nom - or less ;
'oPectimonicrus and 'lnkirtimettuttlides;l4 thIV - each 101. 1
eldest virtue only Most is" - tlesized-..forlbeertnitiveelfecth ;
.piezonL: Alt-Moe ;inert audit:hackle:is qualities, of etch 1
antstanca employed, ati-left.holdnd,..thireurativevirtnes t
- ;:tnly beltigteMined: Iffmai:itisaulfevitlent tinitilut !Vesta i
Shooldlirove ILOILO haite,prOvidthabri.p_cirelY iemollel, !
and the Men more powerfassutbletekt voial.:l 1
-other medivineknowu to,the World. -....;, .--4,:tt. , . -.4: , - 1
. *lt la freqiiinliyef - pellhttftstiZanymafelioisbovdd ; - -
be takeulondeethe counieltirlin - aftending-PhYshan, and
aa he couldlibt properlyjudgisotnytentayVVittiaknow . i
,ing.its a:imposition, 1. , have supplied - 11w ucenrate'remnulte ;
by which both' my Pectoral,stintillibi:Midnililltr - to:Ltlao L,......,
wholebtalyOf Pntelltionfirs to liteiledtedStateltamlltritisb .
American Provinces. If, howeveritheresharddbeknyono . . ,',
twotio ttla lV4'inc'est:t rec4veil 0-9 33 ?- tbsymliato..-0 tbtwa 44' mau
requ
r •, ..,
'Of all. the' Patent -Iftilldnee,the°olllolloo l oma e.. . b ow t t mew I
would be taktin-.0 theticoompositimaystas! . tam= I ' . Their -
We consists blithely mystery. I have* utystartes.' :. . .
' The oomposellen of my preparetlonsislaid open to all i• -
men, and all Ishohres mil:Tete* ttoludga ati-tlneaubjeci ,
freely acknowledge their convictions: of -, lletr,lotrlnsio r•
0 101 its• ThetEerry PectoralirestnrouounialOyScientmo i - t.
men tO b 9 a Wondoefol'inedlcine. bcdore' itsjeffectiviere I • -
;town. Many emlneutThtsiciasta have;dettllueltEe same t ",
, thing-sal my-Pills, and.-even more -ttoraldsollYs and ate.
witting ;to certify that, theta intleftlations;Winataible than 5.,,.
realised bythels aeetsupon:triak'7l, :.'.1'.. ,,, : , ..,-. -, .s' f .',.,, '
They' apostate bre* powerfut latuatOon lite laistuld 1 - ' -1 ;
, Theme ita.purify the blood. and itimulantit .into,Autalthy
action-4min° the : obstructions(nt ituktatoznach, - bowels,;
liver, and-other organs of the body, - restortnelbelr'irregn . :
tar ata l tti hallth - iand -by-norretingi wherater they es.
.Ist: va derangements mime the fast mishit; Mamie.. '
Prep by--Dr,J'AlliEl:CC-AtEll,`Practicittubtl' drub,
' tytiol 'Menne; :ImiVel),-Ettss. , - Peloti72‘ , Oehts;Per hax+ - .
.Piveboiesforsl.:-'...
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_,_-:....,"'-'- -_.,-- - ','----,-;-, - .5';-3 , ..- 1
Bold 'by B. A. VAUNEBTOOK O - a 00 - .. i. at - wholesale ands
retell, by every tornigitdati l'iMahhvgisaul'nye! Dealersit-..
ever .;,..1-,
..-rfherq .I. , ~,,- .-...!..: ,i--,,, , , , ,..,..,. tShidaw on .t.‘• ',
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ASTIIII , .O.V-1.1...1S IPTI
NEW
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AN vgavv.iivorwrimarin4 - - -
r ' ' Ei.l 4EA . rz: --.1 ~.„-, . •
WHOLICIIIT BONN TO Tb. B ticitaCciff Tipii', - ait , •
AWONDERWIJL DISDQYZAThas rawetly tem mute 1
by Dr. Curtis, of tt-is eity,l Int*: liestbnanto/Cone ,
eumptlon, Asthma, andill diseeeer of fhb Lunge We rat
fec to . - Da eutote'd i
;Hrotin.44- a llastsman t alvoiXtv - Vona t •
smith umay Byr.orti . With this ;my:Lethao s. l Os. has
stored nutto alilletedenee to be th,esenevidenceofwhialat
he - his innumerahle - cirtifantes. BOiiking' - „Orthe *al.!
. went a islyidelan remitrka,.; Itioevideistrthettlipllag— i
constantly lareathingins.agrecultleibesdlognyor, - ,:the me.'
diclual.propertica must. come - ..E direct contact; with the.'
'illsioiworiatcsrltiOPf the litiAliiid NOM iscAlfettie many 1
antfititrieit aluitiges.prodnieluoe4liesa-ithee introduced
into the stomach. and subtlest tO th " e pr° cege - oCoVtion.'i
Thellsteena is for sale at thellauggElMthintignout the:
,aminttty.-..lfem Tork.Outcludan iof lartextyl,‘" - -q.:,.. ' - •
The Inhaler Is worn
_bp the.hteastiondershallneM,Olth.-tt,....;•
outdo) least lititumen o tencet=the .beat „Of the ; body being;
soffit:tent to- evaporate-the' bat. , --nunareailzessea Oft
°tune, like the following - , might ha - named': t.-..;1 - .c, - ,,, . .
Com paelms.° of the Bygeana has cn.,.. lini . Of the Asthms4
of sit years straidlug.. - J: F. -- BY. , =tmar,
,'..--
kanof-Deneeenew, Pa,
. u lsnat curvittif the Astlimu'ofitetiyiewe:.statulitig7e, Dr. •..
D
thie Hygeeno. . , bleep Deno% proak. l 3 ll / 4 ii.. 1 1"- , ... -.
- mre PattLof No, 5 Ilittnteozet etreet . l4 - .:Y.s . well ;wed Q.\ ' " -
a osiers caseofdliongbitiihy the IlYgettait. ---- -
My sister.has beeneured.of' 'distressing cough if serarai
Sean?' Bts-Sidluiti and decibel_ to be incurable - by the phial..
m She
clans watt qt.:l44o;Am ntliill the Bygone. ,
11 ,
-1 - ' -.-; ' -•-• - .' -J. II Gluon, itichmtnad, Me. •
. The Der. Dr:Dbeever of.New,"YorVitestif;eepfpu mea.
ewe Di thetellewtwip4u , ,,, , 1....... •._ ._ .. .. ,
-- -, sziii - 44.-it , , lot. --,
i Diet Etriv-4 Milk highly"- otDr,-Cristis t a Mygaimus as st.:
remedy in dieeases.ef the throat en &jeeps. Nosing -had. .
some opportunity. to : testify- Sineflicacyi ; ,l en;i: - .Cinnrlnced;
thatit lea most excellen t . medicitiri" - bettt ifi - e"hytup sue
the inhaling applimdion t to thetcheeL , : - .- - t - ~'^.7Lt',,- . 7• I . :' .
N. I.l.—Dr. Certhlre Nygez_te th eOBIGINAD and ONLT . .
OBNOINBoANTIOLB-l'allt- erelite.histateltetione, or . .
'Ale qual - INJOBIOIfit- amhbisleitlL" - --" , EY1 1 0 17-th S 1 " Y" -..
• woutiVPOISON.. - ..,1 ~ .--, - ,--. :, - -
' 10-)Tor Bete by Dr Gee. ir: Iliye.W,l4s4'.deditreet ;It • -
IL Bellanalt Co.; Lee A., Bechlunn; Attest - MEP Lity..; Jobe _...
Sargent, New Ehlghtion;,Cl.llradee4A9oogtel
- .
Carterlos.: Spa "sir 11.14 MUM ;-'''
TE 4211iY6VIIMIFItB O,F- -.-t afg BIAOOD, ` 1
.. litst'li Nide& id\ afiro4 an.iti •
TV/ . twit -Arrinviv.asm:LAßA . P o f l3o . lll-4 .i
14.1 e V% - e P.emedytOt./3einfole, Mitt a Ktlt, Word=
tienfolibstlMde-entrmetailtrap tione, - PiMples or Emelt ,
-on (he Pio% illArles,BoilkAgne and'Perersldinoilo flo*
gym; tilneWorrahrletterCHead, BOhniteent era
Paltint the tones and Jo in Ettibboralfteetth. ,13zphilitil
Disenters;Tounbagoi - lipinal ~ plaints; and ,ell: .191M38 15 *
aiiiiter from an inlndidominse of AY rqry;eo,oence in
life, or impurity ofttectibx4e , ;:.., --,•-•'. ,_ .-- - -
441-This or eatnitmatire medladokeuftrddhenot Blow;
isitortasedlyt . .ntande Otereteitalnitlentecou444e -,
of:the United Elam, who,teatitY drdly,ho the rase , all!
allte3 performed by the oeittest or_ altniedianeso." CAR
t i m,
TORS BPANISIt 111031111 " ,lieurolgle, - Itheemetisoi
*mita*, Emitter* an the 13khr, - "Liser - 4:lisiatty, - Farms
weel:Boreft, Affeetiow .the .ttldney4 phiteSesottlx
Tterps, TettuatiCalapliatit, and-Achinwat the Done,
and Jo , area feedity put hipt brnelter adssreatar.:
tneetteabie remedy. , ~ -. • , .....,, •.,..-
l'et alt diatom of the 11/004;zuolnimr Ws Yet been term
to. comparemith it.. It clean seethe /waken at itrimpur ,
_ ties, sett genUyland efficiently on the liver,and gawp.
etrerigthexut • the Digestion 1-o*a - time to:theft:mut
males the altln idea end healthyierel - reabsreethe Comm
tution,miteobled by dame er,breiten dcarribit4Sweas4
of path, tb lta prlstle*viget ,: anistratigth - ~- ' ,
- Ifor the Ladled, Itle/04.14*better Ott - N. :piles co ,
motto erernseci., A tor :or CeebteltiAllstadtaftlur
will remove , ell sallow*tea i eomplexl4,brlng, the rest
mantling
. tri the eheer, era tilastieltyto the etet , i'lunl.ln
prove.the eenetallealth in itzrardarksbladegriehey al
the medicines ever heard ot: ' .--• ' , . •
_,
' neibuzerautbef of certifiesteii ihlrli:xtetiie melte_
from perms* from all mirth et the itriltellStatee,lfithe be,
erldence that. there is tu..hutetag about-IU - •The-pros"
hotel keePera,teagistrateei nhysielinn, and lablits inn, ise ,
known to the notoraimity, all add theiv testlea to U 1
inntderthieffictsed thiefilidtaT-BLOOD - ,1 ,
Call ott the 4garit and • get a Circular era Maim; an,
read the wondequltereathlati9 , Btealtit of all idedlaim
one genuine unless alined W Unithili' } n lBl /
Proprietors, Nati Pearletrelet, memorl; 9e4 to ishom *
orders tor supplies and ageteierrutust be oddreilsed..
And for sale by IVA. 1411N8EITQC% JOORPII TM
NO ILE3LINQ BIM* and #l7-IhniteettigonaliV
TATRWT4II.OI4 =SAVA— •
- - , I Qom" libi.srrlth, 1854.
AVessrs. B. A. ra,molocA . .. , dca.-3,v4 tumi. thd,plewurs
rbeelaing, thta vioining;„the iltbirkeertiflcate.or year Vs
-tafbge: vrhlcb. will .a verr.greWillig btr , yein - litit-was sin
veluntarilir. - , WesiNaelltlermely loam, Istxtraly,
. -
Gengessisi—Mi 'little ditkhfei,leur att and
6911, older, were fOrZa/90ttsidaltb161 ,1 13.6i6i4stifering Lem
storms.: I. purchased - two bottler! orrYoes, , fir,mmnogs,
which.l. gave. them, tlmsi doses, scalding ta . klimetbm.
end'etrnggvto'eap 111 /OBE thins thtee heirs thry wised
leas tliartriva, lIUNDILED , VOIOIB,'scans iher.extiso
dicing leMsth of from_twelve
• Ilavierespoiletted ect#iititheoltiltfe bettelea offset*
your Vermlfuge,.,l feel.it my duty to th690911t361111 it tart ,
as, in my opinion, onset the wet effiessbutuszem
dies against worm eves offered.lo the publie
Clentlitinan„bellereeittertpis •
Yoink tatty obliga tiattisitaalievt.
MATRANizu.ixtlxvtil.•
ad • sold it CC
rctrnarof Vitat anit - Wooll atteetir; mylO
Rom X
p ITILE COUNTII.II-4for Sire weetetortah ,
a cottage,- ttoure of
frame barm. and atable, arriaga heap, smoke Imam, a
otty-rbuiidingemithTwelTeAeneett..df..WellimptovedLan
Arai Yrultaoravery variety and choice qualitleat a glx
arden,-wlth Irldeirs#7': =lll /1% -e "
"
plata order. Imeeedlatei:pOseatare can. Tine.'' !
aiaa, if r
quire& 'Ettlatitrlif tXtealthr. , o4 , *greigtd4J=ltt°
-three miles from thePolikt ferry; on Ibe 0a310.09cn ma`
plea $2,204 feria aay. rTW4Ie - a ;aro ana7 l.
persons 'who are desittua of aseeztihig, a eountryteat
IfrVIITILDBILTAt SON,
Bela - 531413 e t at.
11:1(113T'8-.ERED11024,-EATEUAlati‘z001*44* Utak
VIC , lu:dm:runes fa tw ptomdofb b
ratl3o2lB aping • -
Are never liable to liun-elsolux , - • ,
• - ivntages,,rAsiuchiiikiriitu* -
uko mc44 vpluable 0 0 3.1 ,1 4 4 / 9 . 4 o : o T .b fil et ''*: 44lll3g
OW in skurrequired - fonw
110r.)SIde b Dr•.(LE O.O 3 OS 4 A:* - :; - I t !1 1 : 13• P r i ze--
&10,1,44 , 16 e t aapar,bott.lo; •4 angle
1108.1SMARZAND CASTOR 011,4reparet- by J., Bpr:
iii-dhig.r : One "bottles ,otl'thia , delightOd
r oe th e hair hate Van tad; =koalas , Eredidit,biereasin..;;
Por beientifyin, preserTingor-reateging:the..l4l". du e p t :i
unt i on , teettl it-kw:eAtglied. The tow price - (25 caw:
'n.p it within the :Imhof aIL ~ l or Try o bate,
will Malt Pak: - ZolditwkiPbaln-and Igo% nt •- .
eo n , " falltainra
Aqtai NES, .pOOREI, blew York Jeereri
or .October; Be 40We "Magehitte, f r October; t
The Schoolbof,', by Char lea inekenif 2 ,'
Trial NuLTdattiptt,..by..T.l4 Arthur T.:
- - "P Z:13: and D.'?by•Flepueliavectrs
Itke6prcttlandite nu at - •
17:11k.- r ows, ;,
Illital4-opronisitei tlaTbeitre.
for sate low 1.5
WAIT§ 4 4 8 . PP-1,!---tok.:11NYBEWS.
'Clanther VockistrtNet Vteght
IiOLLOWA 8 MIS AND O.IETAINAT.iot gale at
tieft Coiner ifiairadreikixpl 111 414,
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