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marriage notices, 50 cents; Death notices 25 cents.
'..SIiTURDAY MORNING POST,
A MAMMOTH WEEKLf;
IRILT VCR DOLL R , PER YEAR,
-m-ctitrits '01" 'FIVE,
...::ale -lSabsertptiona 12 Per Annum.
U UPI TAT N ALL 'tail CURRENT NEWS OF THE
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- ed, on fine white paper, inlarge, clear typo, will be found
OW the subscrib.er to -glse. better satisfaction tlmn any
psperpubiished in Pittsburgh.
.Thoeskwho wish to take ;swot . from Pittsburgh, will
Gild the 'SATURDAY MORNI NG POST a 'safe and profit
, .ableinvestment. Address . _
3.:MORNING., POST JOB . OFFICE.
BARB & MYERS,
BOOK & JOB PRINTERS,
Corner Fifth It Wood Ste. Pittsburgh.
EITEBY DEBORTPTION OP
PLAIN & FANCY PRINTING,
Biecnted In the finest style.
MR. AL Xa CO 49.
tommacial,Vertantilt Sept Mak,
At short notice, on reasonable terms.
ParrikuLir attention paid to the Printing of
POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, &C
For Concerts, Exhibitions and Circuses
URGE IDOITNINS OF NEW TYPE & INACHINER
SATIXO 21:CIOTTLT Urn 'LOT TO TIMM
the facilities for tuning out Work with promptness and
despatch aannote excelled by any other
othce in the city.
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[Firm of J. & H. Phillip ;]
DAVIS & PHILLIPS,
['Successors to Phillips & Co.]
Brass Fonn.ders and Finishers,
fLUMBERS, GAS & STEAM FITTERS,
-CHANDELIERS, PENDENTS it BRACKETS,
. STORE, NO. 67 WOOD STREET,
FOUNDRY AND SHOP, No. 148 FIRST ST.
S. 8.. C. P. lIARKLE,
IairOTACSITSRS OF
Printing, Job and all Kinds of Wrapping
PAPER,
IWAREHOUSE, NO. 21 WOOD STREET,
AlliirE4gs bought at market prices.
OS. FLEMING, successor to L. Wiloos
V At co., corner of Market street and the Diamond,
keeps constantly_ on hand a full assortment of DRUGS,
MEDICINES; MEDICINE CHESTS, PERFUMERY, and
ally articles pertaining to the business.
ARP' Pliyaicituas' Prescriptions carefully compounded
atallhours. JeIY
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WP. MARSHALL & CO., Importers
• and Dealers in French and American PAPER
HANGINGS, N 0.87 Wood street, Pittsburgh.
W Sale agents for-the celebrated manufacture,. of
Messrs. Delicourt & Co., Paris.
"mum urricca EMMY J. ANDLIMON.
REYMER & ANDERSON, (successors to
Joshua Rhrsies d• Co., wholesale dealers in FOR
EIGN FRUITS, NUTS, SPICES, CONFECTIONERY,
SUGARS, &e., No. 65 Wood street, opposite the St.
Charles Hotel, Pittsburgh. ap2
LITTLE,
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MERCHANT TAILOR,
NO. 54 ST. CLAW STREET,
(Dr. Irish'm New Building,)
PITTSBURGH
FULTON, BELL AND BRASS
*F.OUNDER, No. 70 SECOND Street; Pittsburgh,
prepared to furnish to order,
CHURCH, STEAMBOAT, FACTORY AND OTHER
BELLS, OF ALL SIZES,
• From 10 to 10,000 pounds.
BELLSCRIME . made to order. STOP AND GAUGE
COCKS of a ll alms, for Steamboats
MINERAL WATEKPUMPS, MINTER RAILINGS,
and , every variety of Brass Castings finished in the
; neatest manner.
Sir RABBIT'S (ANTI-ATTRITION METAL; FUL.
TON'S PATENT MERALL IC PACKING, for Steam
, En: •nes. spiny
J. & H. PRICE'S,
CENTRAL PLANING MILL,
Water Street, Allegheny,
RE now in full operation, with Fay &
_Co., improved machinery for the manufacturing
itals, Frames, Doors,Shutters and Mouldings
Builders and Contractors will find it to their advantage
to oidl and ascertain our prices. auleilvdaw,
T WILCOX,
APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST,
•
Caner of Smithfield and Fburth Street.
Having resumed the Retail Drug Business at the
above well +mown stand, established by me in
'mule, Gately known as .1. Abel A Co.'a) and having
• enlarged and Unproved the same, I shall endeavor, by
chute personal attention and mreful supervision of the
Wiliness, to merit a Continuance of the patronage here
., tofore so liberally bestowed. Pure and unadulterated
medicines alone will be kept, and a full assortment of
latticles usually sold 'in first class establishments will
always be on hand.
::.Prescriptions accurately compounded at all hours.
AlEir Country Physicians furnished with pure modl
. • tines at lowest prices. • L. WILCOX
nol Corner Smithfield and Fourth streets.
QAMUEL FAHNESTOCK,
, • .1,,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Totelgn - and Domestic IlardniOn,
No 74 Wad Street, Pittsburgh.
- The subscriber has received, in addition to his fall
itock of Hardware, and a very heavy stock of Meat end
Sausage Cutters and Staffers, and a very large stock of
Mai& Bells, loose add on strings, of a touch superior
ipianty to that usually sold in the market, all of which
-will be sold on the lowest terms.
SAMUEL FAHNISTOCK.
T . OUGERIDGE & MAXWELL,
IILUMACTITILII3 01
I,OOIEING GLASSES, PICTURE FRAMES AND
BRUSHES
`AND DRAI;NRS 'MOUES, HOUSR FURNISHING
GOODS, ETC., ETC.,
•
No: 116 Wood Street, above Filth,
JISP. Maeda. Brushes made to order. [mhSay
:Choice selection of Black 'and
1. Green Teas, in store and for sale Wholesale or Re.
teal, at the Pagoda Tea Store, corner of the Diamond
and Thatnond alley. - ' - _
feSl HAWORTH A BROWNLEE. .
MACARONI.-25 boxes Italian ; -
VERMICELLI-25 • do do;
OLIVE OLL-25 dozen genuine, in quarts;
25 do do in pints;
Lucca, in Florence
flasks, just received and for sale by - •
REYMER k ANDERSON
's
.10 39 Wood Bt., oP • • 'to St. Charles citel.
14.fE bbls. Choice Sifted
Neal; 90 bbls: Choice Ungifted Corn 'Meal jut
received and for sale by JAMES A-FETZER,
apg comer of Market and First sts.
SCOTT HOVSE; •
~,,
Corner Irwin Street and itiilitiesiniciWay,
B. D. MARKER, .• • .
(Formerly of the "Marker House," Blairsville, Pa.)
The Scott House is now completed and open for
guests. It is situated in a central part of the city, be
ing convenient is Depots and Steamboat
Landings.
, The House, was build in 1858, with all modern im
proiiements;and splendid style—the entire Furniture
being new—and will in every respect be a first class
Hotel. . ,
Fine STABLES are attached to the premises. I ler2ry
CORNUCOIPUE RESTAURANT,
THE ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS
A: and others ledireeted to this establishment, which
has - been recently fitted up for the purpose of affording
a SUBSTANTIAL EATING EfOISE IN A CENTRAL
LOCATION- _Cotmtry ' folks attending market are par
ticularly invited to call. Everything pertaining to an
EATING SALOON will always be found, of the freshest
the market affords: • - - - ap2Stdioor
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
:HARRISBURG, PENN'A.
THE UNDERSIGNED, ON ACCOUNT
of sickness, had determined to dispose of his lease,
but basing recovered his usual health,. now otfers his
services to his old patrons and the traveling publie,
promising to spare no pai EIS to make all comfortable who
may sojourn at his well known hotel. Having refitted
the same at considerable expense he solicits a corium,
ance of the patronage so liberally bestowed.
H. RANAGA.
of Pro rietor U. S. Hotel.
•
SEETON'S OLD STAND,
IN THE DIAMOND,
JOHN SAVAGE, Proprietor.
Having taken and fitted up, with all the Modern im•
provements, this popular resort, the SIII/Sellber is pre
pared to accommodate hie old customers and the public
generally, with the best the market affords. Oysters
will be served up in every variety of style, during the
season. His Wifes, Liquors and Ales he feels confident
in recommending to the public for their excellence.
JAMES P. BAHR,
. Editor and Proprietor
WILLIAM C. GALLAGHER
PROPRIETOR.
Fifth Street, Next Door to the! Pitubtfrgh Tlettra
This house to new, builtespecially for tlio purposes o
a First Chula Restaurant and Uden.,- and the proprietor
having had many years experience in the business, will
keep constantly on hand the , beat that the:tnarkets
afford. His Wines, big&tora and M e3 . areof the best
quality. Ile wants all is -old trlektda" and the public
Eneraily to Eye him a lat the Elynittint beS2ly
THE NATIONAL SALOON,
Under Poster , ' New Nat,lenail - Theatre,
PITTSBURGB, PA,
D. BARNARD, - . - - - PROPRIETOR,
Has fitted up in a tasteful and comfortable style, the
large centre store In the ODD FELLOWS HALL, Fifth
street, as a FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT and SALOON.
Having had many years experience in the business, he
is prepared to supply the best the market affords. His
bar will be furnished at all times with the best Wines,
Liquors and Ales. The entrance to the Saloon is in the
centre of the Hall, and , refreshments will be furnished
at all times, DAY and NIGHT, (Sundays excepted.)
apbtay
3EI2CCEI_,SIOP.
OYSTER MD EATING HOUSE,
NO. 111 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH.
W1N11.9.11.11 AND RITA= DIIAL22L ,
LAKE AND EASTERN FISH,
FRESH PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE OYS
TERS AND WILD GAME,
All in their Proper Season.
no26] GEO. REINEMAN tt CO.
FORMERLY U. S. HOTEL,
PITTSBURGH, P. 4.
JAMES SiIk.NNON, Proprietor.
THIS HOUSE IS LOCATED ON THE
corner or PENN and WASHINGTON streets, tx
t wee n the CENTRAL AND WESTERN RAILROAD
DEPOTS, and has undergone n thorough improvement,
remodeled and furnished with new furniture, and is
now the most convenient Hotel In Pittsburgh for
Travelers by Railroad. East or West.
Plttaburgh. Pa.
PITTSBURGH, PA
r..
MEM
iffititels in 4 Sestattrants.
PITTSRURGHi PA.,
BY ELI YOUNG, FIFTH STREET.
THE SYMPOSIUM,
WASHINGTON HOTEL,
ANSION HOUSE, GEO. AUItENTZ,
Proprietor, N0.:344 Liberty street. just beside the
lr'assanger Depot of the Pennsylvania Railroad. which
makes it the most convenient house in the city for pas
sengers arriving by that road. .
The proprietor having, at considerable expense, fitted
up, in excellent style, the MANSI.ON HOUSE, would ro
specttblly solicit a share of public patronage. There tR
attached a splendid STABLE and extensive 11 A'
YARD. affording ample accommodation to travelers and
teamsters. His Larder and Bar will be furnished with
the beet the market can afford. feliy
ermen.
CHARLES W. LEWIS, ALDERMAN,
ki WO EX-OFFICIO JTSTICi OF TUX TELCV.
OFFICE ON THE CORNER OF WYLIE AND
FIFTH STRE6IB.
Alta" All business connected with this office will I, at
tended to with promptness. Conveniences of all ic.n.hs
done with - legal accuracy—such as Deeds rifortgneet,
Bonds, Power of Attorney, AC. Titles to Real E-iiate
examined. -
To the member of the Lie': he tenders los services
Commissioner to take Defbov..tons to be rood in the
several Courts of this State. snd eftewhere. His oite
is ono of the main Pollee Stations o. lie city, and e.
sequel:illy hit facilities in executiog otfoness of that
Stud nre very desinble.
BAILEY & Co.,
IVILULALT
BAILEY ttr. KITCHEN,
Have removed to their new Fire-proof, White Marble
Store,
Sl9 CHESTNUT STREET,
North Side, Below the Girard House,
PHILADELPHIA,
Where they are now opening a etock of
Imported Jewelry, Plated Wares, and
Fancy Goods,
To which they Melba the attention of the public.
Silver-Ware,Watehes,Dtamands & Pearls,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
InrlOAhn
Js. MILLINGAR. MONONGAIIELA
PLANING MILL, would respectfully inform the
public that he has rebuilt since the tire, and having en
larged his establishment, and filled it with the newest
and most aporoved machinery, is now prepared to fur- ,
nish flooring and planed boards, aerosol sawing and re
sawing,
sawing, doors, sash and shutters, kiln dried, frames,
mouldings box-making. de.
South Pittsburgh, September 7, MT. , - pelt?
CARPENTER WORK.--Carpenter Work,
Repairing and Jobbing will be promptly attended
to at the lowest cash prices and the shortest possible
notice, by calling at the CENTRAL PLANING MILLS
Water street, between Federal and Beaver, Allegheny.
On hand'and will be mado to order, Mouldings, Doors,.
Shutters, Sash, Frames, Shelving, Flooring, etc., having
nono but the best wood working machinery. We are
prepared to till all orders from bußderacontractors and
others. J. k R. T. PRICE,
Central Planing Mill, Water street,
nols Between Federal and Beaver, Allegheny, Pa.
GROCERII..- ~
150 hhds Now Orleans Sugar;
50 bbls Crushed do;
25 do Coffee do;
25 do Eostwick's Syrnp;
250 do choice New Orleans Molasses ;
- 10 tierooe prime Rice for sale by
%VAL H. SMITH & CO., i
a •28 258 Second, and 147 Front streets.'
COFFEE.-200 sacks Rio, just landing and
V for sale by WM. H. SMITH & CO,
Second and Front ntrects.
QIIAWLS, DRESS . GOODS, NEEDLE
Work, Mourning Goods, and Domestics. very low•
C. HANSON LOVE,
re 2 No. 7.1, Market street.
TOSEPH • HORNE, No. 77 Market Street,
IV •• received Another lot of the NEW MATINEE
SKIRT and Doty;lass & Sherwood's superior SKELE
TON SKIRTS, with the adjustable Bustle. Also, white
Ittid• Meshauia ;Corsets, in all sizes. (e2l
FIRST ,OF. TEE SEASON.-100 boxes
Sweet Oranges, received this day—for sale ti
RHYMER ANL/FT-NON,
N 4 o; 39 Wood street
Opposite the St. Charles Hotel.
fen --- -
ROC
ER I ES. --Everything commonly
kept in a drat class Wholesale and Retail Grocery
and Wino and Liquor establishment, can be had on the
most reaeonablo fermis, •
HAWORTH A. BROWe
Di NL EEam o'S,
In thnd
fe2l
FOREIGN NUTS— -_
no Frail Iraca Almonds, sOft SheßS
10 bales Bordeaux ° " "
25 " Bicily "
30 " " Hard "'
GO bags English Walnuts:
100 " Filberts;
60 bbls. fresh Pecan Nuts;
60 bags Brazilian Cream
Nuts
1000 bush. Ground Nuts;
15000•Cocoi, Nuts ;
ju k trpealiV . and for _
No. 99 AN lt E o i r ii? - r N iet,
ma) 0 .posits St. Charles Hotel
- 100 bait. Dried.Applea• - - •
30 'Pried APPles - lared
75 " 'Pried Apples-unp, -
• ;..40,500. 00 7 1 :Brorit:
. 60 boxes No. 1 Starch:
- .100 bra. White Beans •
300 bundles Crown, Medium az..:Pardile Crown.
Wrapping Paper, in Store and for tale
• Ckitnet Marker and First streets.
• R RENTS=. A, cottage: home . of thzee
go yard 'and stale, two miles from the
city, =Braddock's 'Field Plank Bead, St t.er month.
For Ront—a. dwelling houseof nine moms,, two'neres
of ground, garden, fruit trees, etc, near Ilinerarille—
pyaar
Fo ut—kherga and ecnifortable house on Steven;
son street, eleven MOMS, gas and water,s24o. - ' • For Rent—A. large dwelling house' 'garden shade
Imes etc, e house and stahle, on Sank Lane, Ale
ithezaY.Oity, ,
For Bent—A warefiause on 'Wider street:
For RentrA !Mall store rodni on Third street,
Apply to • ' S. OLITHI3ERT t SON,
- . —at YarktMatrest.
pi y
lITTER—ei firkins; soid;lor sale by',
ms4] • WM. H. SMITH a 00.
SAItUhL C. WINGARD
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Premix: ma, PA.
airOfitoe, No. Ti GRANT STREET, between Fourth
d Diamond alley. ape,
Proprietor,
L SIMPSON 0. II =TIT.
. ..
'CITE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
together in the practice of the Law, under the
firm of SIMPSON di RIPPEY.
Office, No. 41.1 FOURTH STREET.
E. SIMPSON,
H. RIPPEY___
jAMES A. DUNLEV Y,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC
JSCOTT, D.E N TIST,
• Ras removed to the house lately occupied by
Dr. W. A. WARD,
No. 27„14 Penn t ,
(South aide,) third door above Hand street.
Sir Oftlee hour.. from AA. N. till 6P. M. ratiSily
JAMES S. KING,
DENTIST,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND DWELLINO
No. 100 Fifth Street,
CORNER OF CHERRY ALLEY,
Whom his patrons and friends are invited to call
D R. L. OLDSHUE,
PRACTISING PHYSICIAN
Continue% the Practice of Medicine in an IN various
branchr:s. .OFFICE ANDRINIDENCE. No.= GRANT
STREET, nearly. opposite the Cat henna, Pittsburgh.
delfkran
JAM 3 A. TA/W Attortioy Law,
Office, Fourth atroo., PittNburgh, ta.tweea Smith
itch] and Cherry Alloy. dellay
NAin Surgeon Dentist, successor to
.0. W. Biddle. N 0.14.1 Smithfield street.
.IKir Office hours from eight to 1 o'clock, and from la'
to 6 o'clock. fidrely
nines and Signors.
CLAYTON & Co.,
.I:lol.Ltat AND Emu.
LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
No. 37 Dinuosu ALLEY,
NEAR WOOD STREET.
PITTSBURGH, PA.
Ahrars on hand, 1.31.3.71:berry. Cherry and Cognac
Branches, lihitiorrizaliela and iteetaied WhiA:y, of
the very hest quality.
E. P. MIDDLETON Ar. BRO.
111PORTF:RS OF
WINES, BRANDIES, &c.
ALSO DEALERS IN
Fine
. 01d Whiskies,
NO. & NORTII FRONT STREET,
I JeLiyd PHILADELPHIA.
JOAN BRIAR & CO.,
DLOLtUn.
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND RECTIFYING DISTILI.F
No. 153 Liberty Street, Pittsburgh, Po.
Always on hand, Wines. Branches, onoligaliela
and Rectified Whiekiel; ako. Blackben - y, Wild Cherry,
Raiiriberry, and Ginger lirandicn. tal,l2:ly
gobarro and ,segars.
W . & D. RINEHART,
ALLWT:TACTULtIi rasuza IN ALL LINDa Of
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND SEI AIRS,
LYON ARNSTIML,
Whotc.ae and I:dad Denler in
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
Virginia Chewing Tobacco,
WOOD STREET,
'rler the St. ehArle. Hotel,
°en Prrrsßuß(.ll.
111PORTANT
IN coNsEgy ExcE 1)F ou•LIN INO
health, the subveriber is about refiring from ht.,.
neoi, and oiler , for vale, ti % FIU 1., E I hi.
euliTD iittsAr. of
FURNITURE,
LUMBER,
V ANE F.
CANE.,
P.YRNIKH, Etc., Ete , Etc.
Ho also offers for relit 6.. rahiaet and t'l.tor F.et..ry.
to whole or is itaxt..atttl the Ito.oros now occopt.,l I.) 1.1111
in the "Dispatch Building," Fifth street—
given on the first
Persons in want of Furniture will find tare cis
portunity to purchase, the price,+ being put down
From 10 to 25 per Cent.
LOWER THAN (WM,
Mi. 11. RYAN,
•
ra)7
JAMES W. WOODWELL.
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS,
WHOLINALE AND RETAIL,
EMBRACING every style of Furniture,
Rope-wood; Mahogany, rind Walnut, suitable for
Parlors, Chatntiers and Dining Rooms, equal h, suy
in Nei) . York and Philadelphia, and at
LOWER PRICES.
Every artnie Made by hand, and Warranted.
ihr Cabinet lialcsas supplied with any quantity of
Furniture. and Chains on ruasenstile terms. Hotels
and steamboats furnished at rho shortpat noose. Warts
rooms, Nos. 77 and 70 Third street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
mthlyd
e^ u•~ll! l;
EASTERN REPOSITORY.
JOSEPH WHITE
HAS JUST RECEIVED AT lIIS RE
POSITORY, situated near the Two Mile Run, be
tween Pittsburgh and Lawrenceville. a splendid and gene
ral assortment of Carnage% Buggies, Sulkies, etc. ills
arrangements are such that ho is constantly receiving
new and second hand vehicles, and the public May rely
on always finding a good stock on hand. flu also man.
ufactures to order on short notice,
CARR/AGES. BUGGIES,
and all pertaining to the business. With eighteen years
practical experience in the business, aud his well known
acilities, he flatters himself that he otters giant induce
meats to purchasers.
Sir The establishment is located on the route ef the
Excelsior Omnibus Line of Coaches, passing the door
ovary fifteen minutes. solOdiiw
Carriages and Buggies.
FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF PI TTS
BURGHERS, and strangers visiting the city, the
subscriber has upsced a wareroem immediately in the
rear of the Monongahela liona,e, on First Street for the
sale 01
- Carrßiggs, Buggies and Spring Wagons,
Of his own manufacture—the material all selected with
great care.
, Having been engaged thirty-three years in the busi
ness, and the last seventeen years in Allegheny City,
with an Increase of business, is sufficient guarantee as
to the quality of his work.
-The public are respectfully invited to call and examine
his work.
Air Fante,ry on the corner of Federal street and
North Common, Allegheny City.
mrliMmaavr
C. WEST & CU
• statterscrearas 07
C 'ft I ES ,
ROCHAWAYS, BUGGIES, SULKIES AND SLEIGHS,
No. 197 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
work warranted tn.be of the best materials
and workmanship.'
THE LAST FAST.
THR:CLIITIAX GRAIN FAN.
FrHE SUBSCRIBERS HAVING BOUGHT
. the right to manufacture, in Allegheny and Arm.
strong counties, the Climax Grain and Seed Fart, the
"factory will be found at MUNN & BARTON'S, corner of
Boyd street and Fourth street mad. Farmers will find
itSotbeiradvantage 104 call and see them. They take
the premium everywhere that they have been shown.
Tli4Toirec nest; chew and the fastest ever known.
W. INGLIS,
nallydaw J. STACY.
WINTX) PAPER-L-For sale by,
J. R. WEIDIN,,
08 Wood street, near Fourth.
. ~I
Frefessional.
OFFICE—No. 91 GRANT STREET
C .A. R. 3D .
EZW=
Aucniture.
(flarriltges.
JOHN SOUTH
patents.
Arinancial.
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK,
NO: • 65. FOLIATE STREET,
CHANTEBED IN 1855. I
OPEN DAILY, from 9 to 2 o'clock; also,
\_./ on Wednesday and Saturday evenings, from May
let to November let, from T to 9 o'clock; and from No
vember Ist to May Ist. from 6 to 3 o'clock.
Deposits received of all sums not leas than Oar
DOLLLA, and a dividend of the profits declared twice a
year, in Juno and December. Interest has been de
clared semi-annually, in June and December, since the
Bank was organised, at the rate of Mx per cent a year.
Interest, if not drawn out, is placed to the credit of
the depositor as principal, and bean the same inter .=.t
from the first days of Juno and December, compound
ing twice a year without troubling the depositor to call or
even to prosent his pass book. At this rate, money will
double in less taati twelve years, making, in the .aggre
gate MUT AND ONI-UAL? PIA CANT. A TLS.
Books containing the Charter, By-Laws, Rules and
Regulations;,.furmahed gratis, on applioation at the
office
PILTSIVINT.
GEORGE ALBREE
VICE PRXEITIMIS.
Hopewell Hepburn
James Shidle,
James D. Kelley,
Robert Robb,
Isaac DI. Pennock',
Bill Burgwin,
John G. Backofen,
John B. Canfield,
J. Gardiner Coffin,
Alonzo A. Carrier,
David Campbell,
John S.Cosgrave,
Charles A. Colton,
William Douglos,
Francis Felix,
Ben). L. Falinesiock,
James W. Badman,
William S. Haven,
Charles linap,
SICILIPSAIIT AND TIIZIJSCIIZE4
CHARLES A. COLTON.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DA I
associated themselves under the firm of
SEMPLE a JON M
For transacting an Exchange, Banking and cullectio
business. JOHN H. SEMPLE,
JOHN B. JON F.
Pittstury,ll, April 1, 1859.—rtp13.1tv
SPAIVI.PI.,P4 az JONES,
BANKERS,
S. E. corner of Wood and Third Streets,
Tender their services to their friends and the business
public generally, in the purchase and sale of Foreign
and Domestic Exchange, Lund Warrants, Bank Notes,
Gold and Silver Coin, etc.
COLLECTIONS made at all secessible points in the
United States.
Stock and Bonds bought and sold on Commission.
Short time business paper bought at lowest rates. and
Deposits received in current and parjaiper. cipl3:tf
DUNCAN, SECERMAIi & CO.,
33.A.1.7.33.ER5,
Corner of Pine and Nassau Ste., Now York,
Issue Letters of Credit and Circular Notes for travelers,
available in all the cities of the hosted States, Cisnada.
the West India Islands, etc., similar to those in such
extentive use in Eosins.. .
- rnrlcii2in
aceny 1.4)51111 11103. D. LOOD.O .
AU TIN LOOMIS & CO., Dealers in
Promissory Notes, Bonds, Mortgages, and all So
cunties for money.
Money loaned on Checks at short dat es. with collateral
secunties.
NOTES AND DRAFTS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Persons desiring Loans can to occominintisl on
reasonable terms, and capitalists can tie furubsliva with
goal securities ut remunerative prices.
Also, attend to the Sale, Renting and Leasing of Real
Estate.
Office, N 0.93 FOURTH STREET, above Wood.
AUSTIN LOOMIS, Notary Public.
NHOLMES & SONS, liankeng and Ex
. change. Brokers. and Dealers in Notes, Drafts,
Acceptances, Cold, Silver and hook Notes. Exchange
on Die Eastern and Western Cities constantly for sale.
Collections made in all the eines throughout the
United state,.. Deposits received in par funds or cur
rent p.sper, No. e. 7 Market street between Third and
Fourth etreets. Lis
Grocers.
WILLIAM BAGALEY,
WHOLESALE GROCER,
Nos. 18 and 20 Wood Street,
jaM:tt
WM. IL 87.41111-1
WM. U. SMITH k CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
SECOND AND 147 FIRST STREETS,
Pittsburgh, Ps.
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Wu. Muiaa, l'hile...
MILLER Si, RICKETSON,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Cl7l IIIZVRT..IC9 OF
UIT ANDIEg, AVlksi itch. 4,411? 1.3F.G 4 LR,4,
NOS
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I It WIN STIiI',ETS,
4 SOL E EN TS FOR
SWEARER'S Cat 61.. ASS
PITTSBURGH, PA,
run, Nails, Cotton Tarns, Con
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ASKS the attention of his country fripintis
apd de:kipm to assure them of his intention to
supply 111 glin staples, sueh as Coffee, Sugars, Syrups,
3.1 ollowto, Tea..., al:, a z...hp lowest porAllito prices.
rtr...4- Prompt attention given to ttp orders. mrl4
DAVID Wee...muss sums( KIM.— U. A AJtyau
M'CANDLESS, MEANS & 004
[MCC/MOAB TO MCI I secArmusB.]
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
mum In
IRON, NAILkI, tit.AJed, gam - 4i YARNS,
AND PITTSBURGH ISANUFACTURILSORNRRALLIC,
atrner of Wood and Water Streets,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
Aorwardiug l i4 Olommission.
U. YEATON,
Commission Merchant,
O. 216 SOUTH FRONT STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
Air Agent for Heidrick & Co.'s Champagne; Dutch
Company Amsterdam Gin; Havana and German Sa
gan; Wines, Brandies, etc., in Custom liol.lllo and in
store. ea2kly•
pultpLiPs & co.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
. .
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WHARF BOAT PROPRIETORS AND
SHIPPING AGENTS of Illinois Central Rail
road. Mark Goods, in all oases, to our care.
0027:1ydaw—J10
JOHN MOORHEAD,
COMNIEWQN .MERCHANT,
Y4s Tris 64F:4 pp -
PIG METAL AND BLOOMS,
NO. 74 WATER STREET, BELOW DIAREET,
Jal4 PITTSBURGH, PA
1200—. , F 0u5 0 .1
h S an A oi L vo E ro .—A .n :ilwallin ar, o t ,
Ann street, Allegheny, with lot of ground 20 feet front
by 110 deep to Robinson street. Also, a cottage house
on It s opirkson street. -Price for all, j.l_lo. Terms easy.
to .. '• EL . cuTHBERT & BWIN, /51 Market St.
TEAS OF Eg i i s FRIP ,qUALITY
• ARS NOW
SELLING VERY LOW.
The hest assortment in the city will always be, found at
THE PEKIN TEA STORE,
No. 38 Fifth 'Street, Near lVood .
S. JAYNES.
StIOR.AYER'S WORM CONFECTION,
tor sale hy .
HART YELL & SHEPHARD, Druggist.,
. . .
' oortier Wood and Sixth::treats
WINDOW CUIMINS-4t Wiplesale
and
Retad '
for
ralc'
b 4
mrlo W. P. DiAI3.9IML a CO.
BEANS. -100 bushels, for sale by
WM. H. SMITH .t CO
_jot 111biakd t ad 147 Fourth otrepy
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50 0 LBS. ROLL SULPHUR-'
Far
Far see t
HARTWELL 4t SHEPHARD,
Corner Wood and =eta.
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Mutual • Insurance Company,
CHARTERED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF PENN-
SYLVANIA.
Cosh Capita/ '5300,000 I Premium Notes $132,313
THIS COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
Buildings, Merchandize, Furniture, Sc, in town or
country•.
Di: Jr-mu J. J. Pearce..T. B. Hall, T. T. AbrnmA,
Ron. tr. C. Harvey, Chas, Criut, B. K. Jackman, Chas. A.
Mayer, Peter Dickson, W. White, Thomas Kitchen.
IION. G. C. HARVEY, President.
T. 'P. Apii.ur.s, Vice President.
Taos. Krecar...n, Secretary. _ _ .
INSURANCE COMPANY,
John H. Shoenterger,
Alexander Bradley,
James ITeniman,
A. M. Pollock, M.
William 8. Lively,
William J. Anderson.
HENRY M. ATWOOD, Secretary.
OFFICE, No. 98 Water Street.
WILI. INSURE AGAINST ALL KINDS OF FIRE
AND MARINE RISKS
P. A. Madeira,
John H. Mellor,
James B. D. Meeds,
James
Walter P. Marshall,
Wilson Miller,
Henry L. Itingwalt,
John M. Sawyer,
George S. Sehlen,
John D. Scully,
Alexander Tindle,
Tlicohald Umblitaetter,
Isaac Whittier.
ASSETS---INIAY 20rn,1859.
Stock, Due Bills, payable on demand, and se
cured by two-approved names. ...... . ......
Bills Receivable 30,445 20
Bills Discounted 800 CA
lb allares Mechanics' Bank Stock, cost 6,165 00
00 " Citizen? Bank . " 5,175 00
40 " Exchange Bank " " 3,050 00
60 " Bank of Pittsburgh " " °1 . 50 00
Balance of Book Aceounts E,064 03
Office Furniture 400 00
'Cash 03,113 04
DIRECTORS:
James A. Ilutellison, Georie A. Berry,
Wm. 13. Holmes, Robert Dolzell,
William Lica, Jo,epl, Kirkpatrick,
Wil:mu Mille John M'Devitt,
my Wm. A. Caldwell,
Indemnity Against Loss by Fire.
THE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. Other, No. 4:,15
and 437 CHESTNUT STREET, near Firth.
STATEXI-VT OP Awns, JANIIART Ist, 130,
Published Agreeably to An Act of Assembly, being
First Mortgages, amply secured. $1,731,609 59
Iteol E-' , 4tate, (present value 510.3.:;13 O.) cost 77,704 71
Temporary Loans on ample Collateral ritic'ts 8!1 ,530 20
Stocks, (present 00100 (E 86,557 72,) cost 71,5471
.ti tars and Bills Receivable. 4,8158 40
Cash 42,0(17 3ti
The only prolits (font premiums which this company
Nut divide by law, ore from risks which have been de-
Insurances made op every description of Property, in
Town and Country, at rates as low as are consistent with
Se i strity.
eSnce their incorporation, a period of thirty years,
they have paid losses by Fire, to an amount exceeding
Four Millions of Dollars, thereby ii„Tording evidence of
the advantages of Insurance, ns well an tne utility and
disposition to Meet with promptness all liabilities.
Losses paid during the year 1959, $106,805 57.
Charles W. Baneker, Mordecai D. Lewis,
Tobias Wagner, David S. Brown,
Samuel Grant, Isaac Lea,
Jacob R. Smith, Edward C. Dille,
George W. Richards, George Fates,
CIIAS. N. BANCKER, PrOsideoL
EDWARD C DALE. Pico PreNident.
WM. A. STEEL, Secretary pro tent.
J. GARDNER COFFIN, Agent,
nip', Northeast corner Third and Wo,nd streets.
FIRE INSURANCE
BY TEE
Reliance Mutual Insurance Co
Of Philadelphia,
On Building=, Limited or Perpetual, Merchan
dize, Furniture, Sc., in town or country
OFFICE N0..^.1.}8 WALNUT STREET.
CAPITAL, 9177,931. ASSETS, 6'479,448 43.
In,.Sled :V.
Fust Mortga , ..:e ou Improved City Property,
worth double the amount $151,000 00
Perinvylvania Rail oad Co.', ti 7 Sea_ Mortgage
Loans, frZO,OOO, c 0,4
Allegheny County 0 z cent. Pennsylvania
City or ef-Peon'a R.R. loan.
Pen,' Ivania Railroad Company Stoek
sloe!, of the Reliance Mutual lm-urance
Stock of Comity Fire Imoirance Co
Stock of Delaware M. S. lnsuranee Company.
Union M. Insurance Cis Scrip.
Bills Receivable, business palw•r
Book Aceouute, accnied interest, etc
Co It tilt hand and in Bank.
PITTSIIL'ILOH.
..,109. R. HUNTER-
f'...,711.47S 43
C'S.E".,I TIi;I,LEY. Pg.e...Meut.
DIREQTOIin.
Clem TIELaIeV. Sall t tivi lii•ph.,m,
William it Themp,...n. li,.hert Steen.
Frederikc Brown. William I , llls,gr,
Cornelius t..evens..ii. Benjamin W. Tingley,
J.,lin B. 11 orrel, Marshall Itill,
li. I. Carton. Z. Lot hoop,
Roher T. , lund, Ch:irles Leland,
Fred..., I. Leimig ,laeel, T. liiii.ting,
Charles S. Wood. Smith litm-en,
James S. Ww.rdwar,l. .10110 8P , ...e11. Pitts.
‘ It. M. LI INCII .NIAN. Secretary.
.... - J. BA RIJN El: COFFIS, Agent,
mrlfl Northeast corner Third and Wood ,:treets.
Under the Care of the FranetFaa rothers,
LORE TO, CAMBRIA COUNTY,
'PHIS INSTITUTION, naturally situated
AL for Educational IMrposes, affords all the induce
manta that can bcdasire.T for a Catholic Insutution. •It
Ix located in the must healthy and Picturesqueportion
of trio Alleghenian, distant four miles froht t'lresson
Station, on the direct mail route, LetWel,D Philadelphia
and Pittsburgh. The acholtiatic year eummenees the
first of September, and will close on Ow Ist day of July
followitut.
The Terms fur Board. including a thorough English
Scientific e01.11,e, are $lOO per allatun,
The Classics and Modern Language. form an extra
charge of 410 per linnurn.
Washing and use of Bedding $lO.
V i deyr r acr jeirtionlars aptly to the HarerlOT of the
Re erences can be moan w Lais p P O'Connor.
Mrlidhlr " ' •
V INCENT'S
COLLEGE AND SEMINA
RY. under the care of the Benedictine Fathcro,
altar LATROBE, WESTMORELAND COUNTY, Pa.
tallGlit the usual branches or En
glish hidueatian.'
In the Seminary, ape Eilassics, Ittallientatiets
gpetofies, !4e., and iptereht
of erudition neeee ,, iiry er naeful to Lynne lisla ring
to the Prhoitheo.l.
The terms for board and Tuition ntv per year, to
be paid sernisannually, strictly in ailvntwo.
German and French, and other languages, Drawin g
Painting, Music, form nu extra charges, excepuug some
recompensation for the use of instruments.
Medicine, Washing, Books, Stationery, de., form extra
charges.
For particulati: orally to the Directors of the College.
The Collegiate yi , tir'Mc on the lot of September,
and the Stif'follohing.
' ' PATH S% G. B. I.,UMM,
Directorof he Colteite.
No, h'.34.)
8 'V :D S T-
07 7110
President's Proclamation, No. 036, Dated
Alareh 29, 1859.
TT ORDERS PUBLIC SALES IN THE
TKP4JTORY 01 0 KANSAS. as
At Me - 7.4,¢ti - 4,1j..;ei at KICK APOO, on the 15th of
Auguat.,lBso, of sixty talinahjtacand parts of tewnehips
in the counties ofAtchison, Doniphttn:Trovn, Itelnatot
and Calhoun. .
At the SAME PLACE, on the 19th of September,lBs9,
of thirty-four townships and parts of townships in the
counties of Nemaha, Marshall and PottOnottotote.
. .
At the Land Office at LECOMPTON, on the 18th of
July, 18&O, of fifty-six townships and parts of townships
in the ceuptles pi Ly;:ius, Linn, Douglas and Franklin.
At the SAME PLACE. °tilde Ir2d o Itigtist, 1839, of
thirty seven townships and parts 9(19311128lps iu the
counties of Shawnee; Weiler - and Coffey:"
At the S.:SIF, PL4CE, on the 12th of tklitentlier, 3959,
of forty-two townships and parts of townships in the
counties of Itichardson, Breckenridge and Maditoll.
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At the Land °Mee at OGDEN, on tho of Augnst,
1869, of thirty-siz townships and parts of townships in
tho counties of Pottowetturnie, Davis nod Wise.
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At the SAME PLACE, on the 10th of September,lißip,.
of twenty-seven townships and parts of townships in
the counties of Riley, Davis, Wise, Clay and Dickson.
The lands will be offered with the usual exceptions of
sotto"! sections, Av., Ac.
Trfe saes wld - he App open until the lands aro nll
offered, which is to ho accelpplislieilritlen two weeks,
and no longer; and no private entry oriMy of the lands
will ho admitted until after the espiration'qf lhelwo
weeks.
Pre-emption claimants aro required to establish their
claims •to the satisfaction of the proper register and
receiver, and make payment for the same on orbefore
the day appointed fur the commencement of the public
sales, otherwise their claims will be forfeited.
TT' E PLACE TO BUY
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EVERY VARIETY Of
Is at THE PEOPLES' SHOE STORE,
my,' D. S. DIFFENBACHED..
VA L
IJ ABLE INFORMATION TO
BUlLDERS.—Mouldings, Window Frames, Panel
Doors, Shutters, Sash, Mantels, &c.; in fact, every kind
of woodwork used in building, all . made of good Mato-
Foalsbt,the hest of workmen and unrivalled machinery.
Bmcket.4'of hest
parterrrfurnished and scroll sawing
don...
AUNDIT:
kJ and SA.%ient
on an. entirely
arnatetua and teachers. This work is partlen arly . in
tended to give the scholar a short, thorough hand scien
tific method of playing the violin in all its - branches, in
less than one half the time than is required from any,
other work ever published or introduced in this cottn:
t ry—by George Saunders. Pri cc .50 rents. For sale by .
JOHN H. MELLOR,..
No. 81 WoOd street.
Of the
Copies [nailed on receipt
ell - LEESE-50 lioxes choice d - oshert'Obseese,
N.„/ . just received and for sale at
. . HAWORTH a BROWHLEES,
spit venter , of Ale Diamond and idieneond
3llsimmte.
WEST BRANCH
LOCK lIAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY
J. A. LIPPERT. Agent,
No. a Fifth street.
MONONGAHELA
OF PITTSBURGH
JAMES A. HUTCHMON, Preiideut
=39,6.53
HENRY H. ATWOOD, Secretary.
E 113131311
Olducational.
ST. PJANCIS' COLLEGE,
THOS. A. HENDRICKS,
Commissioner of the General Land Office,
IGLehingt‘m. Apra 28.1849. [mylalawl3w-th
No. 214 Liberty St., below Sixth,
bbls. N
o. 2 Rosin, on hand
and for sale by H. U. k J. IL SAWYER,
SRarab.
1859 grannza ARRANGE2CM.4B69
On and Ater, Monday, April 1 ltii.. - A.
Pennsylvania Central Railroad.
NINE DAILY TRAINS. I ''
THE THROUGH MAIL TRAM leaves the:Passenger
z .
Station every morning, (except Sundays,) '
at 2 0 A. -
stopping only at principal stations between Pitta bur h,
Johnstown, Hamsburg, Philadelphia, and at all re
stations between Johnstown and Harrlsbukg,conn g
at Harrisburg all P. x, with train for Baltimore direct,
arriving in Philadelphia at 6.0) P. i.
THE FAST LINE leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at
4:ai P. x, stopping only at principal stations,maklng
direct connections at Harrisburg for Baltimore, and
arriving in Philadelphia or Baltimore at I'M A. X.
THE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the Station every
evening at RIO P. a., stopping only at Greensburg, La
trobe, Johnstown, Wilmore, tiallitzlia, Altoona ess., con
n eating at Harrisburg with the train direct forl3akintore,
and arriving in Philadelphia at 1090 A. a._
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ACCOMMODATION TRAINS:-
THE JOHNSTOWN WAY • PASSENGER TRAIN
leaves daily (except Sunday) at 6:90 o'clock, a. X, stoP
ping -at all stations, connecting with Indiana Bouicti
Train at 1060 a. ar., and arriving at Johnstown MI , x,
Conemaugh,LVJ P. 11. .
THE JOHNSTOWN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
leaves daily, (except Sundaya) at 214 P-11, stopping at
all stations, and running as far as Caneniangb. , , :,
FIRST ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek:
Bridge leaves daily, (except Sunday,)) at 10:40 a. K.
SECOND MX.YaIkIMODATION , TRAIN..for , Turtle
Creek leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at k3O P. a.
THIRD ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek
leaves daily (except Sunday,) at 0.2,) P. a.
RETURNING TRAINS arrive in Pittsburgh as fol
lows:—Express, 11,45 P. x; Mall,' 11-10 1". 11% Fast Line,
12:a1 a. x; Johnstown Accommodation, 1I:00 a. st; • First
Turtle Creek - Accommodation, CASO L.' x; - Set.ond Ac.,
commodation, 12:30 P. x; Third Accommodation, ecl.s
P. Y.
. .
Trains for Blairsville and Indiana - connect at Blairs
ville Intersection with Johnstown Way Passenger Train
East and West, Express Train West,and the Johnstown
Accommodation Train East and West.
PITTSBURGH AND' COIsiNELLSVILLE TRAINS,
stopping at all stations on tb a Pittsburgh and Cannella
ville Road, leave daily. (Sunday excepted) as follows:
Mail Train, 7:00 a. a ; Express Train, x5O v. Return
ing trains from Pittsburgh and Connellsville Road ar
rive at Pittsburgh 6:45 a. u., and 6:15 v. tr.
The traveling public will find it greatly to their inter
est, in going East or West, to travel by the Pennsylvania
Railroad, as the accommodations now offered cannot
be surpassed on any other route: The road is ballasted
with stone, and is entirely free from dust; we Can
promise safety, speed and, comfort toall who - may favor
this road with their patronage
r .
No New York..-....—513 00To Baltimore—.
...... 10 00 1 Lancaster...—
Harrisburg, $7 45.
Baggage checked to all stations on the Pennsylvanial
and to Philadelphia, BalUmore and New York:
Passengers purchasing ticwets in ear, wilt be charged -
ONE-HALF CENT PER MILE in addition to the Station,
rates, except from stations where the Company has no.
Agent.
NOTICE—In case of 10,314, the Company will hold
themselves responsible for personal baggage only, and
for an amount not ei:ceeding $lOO. •
N. 13.—The Excelsior Omnibus Line has been
employed to convey Passengers and Baggage to and
from the Depot, at a charge not to exceed 25 cents for
each passenger and baggage.
For tickets apply to J. STEWART, Aent,
At the P. R. R. Passenger Station,
apl2 On Liberty and Grant streets.
$-!.01ti%.N 6_
NEW WESTERN ROUTE
Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis,
THE PITTBRIBGH, FORT Vr'A':7 AND CHIaAGOi
CINCINNATI. HAMILTON &DAYTONRAILROLDS,
VIA DELAWARE CUT-OFF
Distanre Only 3 dram from Pittsburgh to alu:imult
This line is composed of roads of the first dais, and
is located through a beautiful and highly cultivated
portion of the State.
Direct connection is made at Cincinnati with the Ohio
and Mississippi Railroad, (the tracks of the C. H. a D. a
0. a H. Roads, being connected, for
Louisville, St. Louis,
Evansville, Cairo,
Memphis, Vicksburg,
Natchez,_ New Orleans. '
Connection., made at St. Louis with. the Pacific Rail
road and Missouri River Packets, for
• KANS4S *ND 'NEEFLASEA.
And 4 11 points WPit. Al q pninbgta at Cinciniudi with
Kentucky Central ThlilMd. for Le*lne_n,
Frankfort, and nU pointa in Central . Rent - ky. -
Trains leave Penn street Station as follows:
Through to Cincinnati with
3.30 A. M. but ono change of cars, ar
riving at 6:45 P. x.
Exprerca Passenger Train, Ar
no P. M. riving in Cresthne at •1045 a.
Cincicuutt
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH.
FARE AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHER AMPE.
For all information and Through Tickets apply at the
Ticket Office, corner Monongahela Holum, or at Penn
'greet Station.
- Ca - Paserigers deidrons of going thisrotite will ask
for Tickets via Delaware Cut-od. •
J. If. MOORE. Supt. P., Ft. W. R C. R. R.
no2tl DAN'L M'LAREN, Supt C. H. d D. R. R.
w,OOO GO
4 000 00
1.000 00
10.150 00
1,050 00
1859. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad CO. 1859
MITE BA LTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL
ROAD COMPANY are now prepared• to receive
and forward Merclotndire under through bills of lading
to stud from PITTSBURGH AND THE EASTERS
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Rates niaranlooil to to cguall7 favorable with those of
the Ponnsyrvnibt ibillrevad.clinuisity,ew-nrry•otrier hoe.
For inform: Whin, fis tu piles theilifieS,.gte., etc., snub
ration may Ls, made by leiter or in person to either
of the underai neat agents • .
At POSTON, Mosiis Totter, corner State end-Washing
ton strocts, • •
.tt NEW YORE, C. W. P,rreil, 2.19 TirofsiwaY,
the Astor ilov.u.
At I.IIII.ADELPHIA, Calhoun t Con - ton, corner
Broad nod Cherry streets.
At PHILADELPHIA, Col. Kelly, coml. Sixth and
Chestnut xtreets.
At BALTIMORE, J. T. England, Camden Station.
At PITTSBURGII, J. A. Caughey, 144 Water street.
021_ Particular attention of merchants, manufacturers
and shippors generally, of Pittsburgh, Allegheny City,
and vicinity, is called to the facilities of this :Vet; Bottle
es tou t pared with others, and their patronage and favors
Aro re,pectfully solicited. 11ENRYU.-(EARS,
jalOdi General Freight Agent B. &. 0. R. R. Co.
, 4 EW POTJTE VIA RIVER AND
JfiArmitiln. • • • -
indiciriapo & Cincinnati Railroad.
.
Connecting at Indianapolis with Terre. klante. and
Terre'llatite mid Alton It.silreaci: to Sr. Lou:bland Lafay
ette and Indianapolis, !icor Albany and Salem, and
Afichhian Central Wads fir
CMCAOIO,tto
q.I44ST
,
BURlirilirtoll! andrergrThrolgh Freicht T i to AittTERSE
'BAUM.I.AFAiT.TandP
Freights carried froni Cincinnati or Lawrnaceburg in
less time than by any other route by twenty-four hours,
and at 114 low rates. The only road by which shipments
can bo made from . Cincinnati to the West, without
breaking bull:..
_ _
Consignments :made to J. E. GIBBONS. Agent, at Cin
cinnati: or, W. B. CUIVING,Agent; at Lawrenceburg,
wilt receive prompt attention; and no charge for corn
; ciicroefor drayage or commission al Lawrence.
For further information apply to THOMAS RATIGAN,
(No. 115 Water street,) Agent of the Ormpstny,lmlio is
prepared to give Tnnovon iiscrrprs to Indianapolis, Terre
Haute, Lafayel,te, Chicago, Peru, Greencastle, Craw
fordsville, Charleston, Paris and Mattoon.
C. Loßp, rteeidenL
.R';9. F. cif Genera) height Agent. • telt
IDRMID I,IIIIitIDGZ.-
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CURLING, ROBERTSON & C 0.,.:
Manu
facturers of Cut, Pressed and Plain Flint
WARE. Warehouse, No. 17 Wood street, corner of
Front, Pittsburgh.
0.4- 411 other kinds of Glassware and Window Glass_
at list market price!
F. 4R$ 1 14
flfMM:u 44/) iti,-NP74c:PWR:tI/ gr
CIGARN I - : •
.AND GENERAL COULUSSION lIERCRANTE,
NO. 44 WEST LOMBARD ST., BALTLMORE, MD.
We invite the attention of the trade to our,large and.
well assorted stock of German and Domestic: agas.
Our facilities for importing.: as well as the variety of our
a are unsurpassed by any honsein the State,
while tugs
. Font facts made by one of the firm daring the
dull times, tiltrdretariyrenahmitto hold cut extra in
ducements to our friends at present, "- aeotul
WAT H. MULLER'S CELEBRATED
SPARKLING HOCK and. MOSELLE WINES,
imported and for sale by W. A. &F. MARBURG,
se=ly. Sole Agents, Baltimore, 314. ,
E - E.R447$ ITARDWARE AND ITLE-
W • it " ' rfk'd 11 , 1 0 st et laysrm.
4084. • • •' &
CARTWIUGHT & VOIMO,
(Successors to John Cartwright,)
MANITFACTURERS,AND IMPORTERS
of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Surgical slid Dental
Instruments, GUM% Pistols, Fishing Tackle, etc., No. 86
Wood street. They give special attention to the manuthe
luring of Trusses, Supporters, etc. JONAngand Repair
ing with • unctuality and des. tch. ' ' a .17
THE ATTENTION OF -liIENQF MODE
-4. RAT? 4E1.11:8 •eitijeLl olter for sale of
fPff/' tlf trti 3 Mott bilkible " • •
• Pliiaizia PIZ
la tho Second Ward. Allegheny City : The juices are,
suited to the hard times, and time Will be fret , to suit
all purchasers. For_pnittqulars inquire of
ALEXANDER RAYS. Surveyor,
Corner East Common and Water street,
nos • t t Allegheny. City
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE—Situate
19 miles'from the city, Mit below Economy, and
ahOut l/ of a mile from the railroad station; MO acres,
atkatt I t l9 tine timber; orchard of tine selected fruit 1
of ere diriktyls 10Crhores';o.t.coal two .t„.„
bripk
. iregipg bf tdir hZl' in the, Zigui N sAii;
rooms on each Boor ai4 B 'Bnishl4 attfc• horn • 'atal* -
ate. The property has a large front oh the Ohio r i Te i rl
Beaver road runs through. It; all under good fence;
springs of water in every field; is well adapted for
stock farmer for gardening, pwrystwes;-,Pot price an d
tarsus apply aroar Mike. • ,
a. OtTBIIBBRI , a SON, 31 Ma a leteti -"/
QTAICDARD AND 111ISCELL - ANEOUS
ky . LITEKATIIItE.-4rving's ~ Winks, new ipditiona,
withillcstrations... ~
.....-...—; .... ..-.l3,4olntnetL.
wimelpy Novels, best..---.
editions, s nrions styles.
OK
litely'alliarl
,attd CnZt ence—...:. ' 4 Tolumes.
melnelrecurloattleteefi teran4e A .
PrbSCott'sCernp!ite WO ' fiby- !" - tyls. - -ip 1: ‘.f
stricktilid&l 9..u.rit's - tf EN; d' ' • - 7.'• ::‘,
'a . tlgh. Wales's Works •-''': '0 1. ‘ . ,
Hostas Antrumanu .
Boswells hife of-Johnston.. ,,c.
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The Spectator, a. new edition .,, by thahners, . "
Flanders' Lives of the. Chief Jus ce5_'.......:: 2'
Lee and Worys of Franklin " —* 2 u •
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bile and Times of John Union. biNaaroil,(,,
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Edgar A. Poes Miscellaneous Works—.....4c . . .
Irving's Corm O..
nte Works, including Wash- -
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in 'a and Wolfert's Roost. -- ... ... 20 s_ ..
KAY A CO., 11.0 Wood attest. f,
fn:JF,m. A':mft fir sale
TA 5.
COMM
MOIALLN ROUSIITSCOI
1113.11 A L. SINCITLLS.
barrels for sale by
— UWE ECCOLUIIIe
,•--.1)'! 1 ItailiiguWlTl.
Cleveland &Pittsburgh Railroad. 7.
• ONAND'AFTER.WEDNINDAZ- April trains will
leave the Depot of.the Penusylvinits Railroad, In Pitts
burgh; as follows
PintsbwrA'aeeelarsi and Chicago Laws—Express trains
leaves Ilttsbtargh at 12.15 a. and,lll.s"e. it" for Cleve-
land. Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit:Milwaukee, Mugge, and •
She North West. The 1:05 - P. Y. train connects at Bayard
train:star all points on.the TusciuusinisDranch.
~Passengers desiring toto Chicago via Cleveland,
must be particular to ask for so
tickets via Cleveland.
Rim Lina—Express trains leave at 121.5 K. IL, and
/..1* P. x;.for Wheeling, Zanesville, arcleville, Colurn
bus and Cincituund. The 12:15 a. t. train stops at Wells =
atil stations below Steubenville. The
1:05 train stops' at . Wellsville and stations 'below
Arad Train leaves at 625 a.st, stopping at all Way Sta
tions on' River Line. •
Accommodation leaves at 5:00 P. Y.; running to Wells
vial. only, stoaing at all Way. Stations. _ •'•
=bus and aneirmati Short Line ria Stew
baivi7 l . est Ikr.presil at 1515 A. at., and Express 10 P.
-for Newark Columbui, - Dayton, Indianapolis, t 0. '
einnati...Cairo,l3t:Lonis, New. Orleans, and ail points in
the South West.
The Express Train runs through from Pittsburgh to
Cincinnati, without ohange of cars. Splendid sleeping ...
Cara attadied to each Express train. ..
Passengers desiring to, go to Columbus, Cincinnati,
ete., or any point beyond Columbus, by' the short line,
must be parhoulanto ask fortickets ria Steubenville.
• • Baggage checked through anti handled free of charge.
Pare always us low .as any other. route, and connect
Through -Ticket!' can bet procuracint Pittsburgh, liar
risburgh. Philadelphia, New York and Boston. :
FY. R. 111 Y 2MB, General Ticket Agent, Cleveland.
JNO. STEWAR'f, Ticket Agent,
apZr Liberty Street Ltepot; Pittsburgh.
THE
PrITSBUBGE, FT. WAy.l4.e.: AHD
CHICAGO -RAILROAD,
•
Completed from Pittsburgh to Chicago 1 '
WOODRUFF'S SLEEPING CARS ATTACHED,TO ALL
.
- "TELE NIGHVTRALNS.
THROUGH ii7THOUT &LANGE OF CARS!
ON AND AFTER. WEDNESDAY, .11.1NE.1506 1859
Trains will leave the Station, corner of Liberty and
Grant streets, Pittsburgh, as follows t-- - - -
Leave Pittsburgh.:. Crestline. Fort:Wayne.
Express. 12:15 A. st. C:5B A., it. Lid P. C.
Mad..._......:. C:5O a. a. • . .
Express ... - ....12..50 P. X. 8:45 P. C. ' 2:30'.a. r.
ARRIVE AT CHICAGO-.Express, 8:47 P. C; Express, tr
- • .
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RETURNING:
'ARRIVEAT PITTSBURGH:-Mail, &:25 - r. si.; Express
320 P. 31L4 Express, =OA. N. - " - ' - 1 -
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS, from Federal stree
Allegheny, for New Brighton, 0,70 A. C., and 5:20 P. IL 1
From - " • ' ' EKG . '" 1210 .
Through:trains connect as follows :
At Alliance, with trains on the Cleveland and Pittsburg) -,
Railroad.
At Orrville, Ohio, to and from Millersburg, Akron, Coy:. •
hogs Falls , etc. ..'''' -
At .K 4 r field, Ohio, for' Motmt Vernon;. Shelby, San i
. , dusky, Toledo, Detroit, etc.. - - , _ ,
At Crestline, for Delaware, Springfield, Columbus, Cie
cinnati, Xenia, Dayton, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Louii
.
Al Forest,, fpr Springfield, 'Sandusky, Dayhm, Cincin
nati, etc., etc., - • .
At Lima, for Sidney. Dayttin, Cincinnati, etc., etc.
At Fort Nilayne.for Peru, Lafayette, Ind., St. Louis, and .
intermediate ports in Central Indiana and Illinois.
Atplymouth for Laporte.
At - Wan forall points on the New Albany and Salem
Aud at Chl - cako;iwilli 'trains for a . poiute in Illinois,.
lowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota. --..
For further information and throrgh tickets apply ' "...
J• STEWART. Ticket Agent,
'.
. -..--:-!. : •:-, .1 '-; r.' Passenger Station, Pittsburgh
H. C. STEVENSON, Ticket Agent,
Passenger Station, Allegheny
Through Ticieta forsale at the Ticket...olEoe of the
Company on the line of the road, to all parts of the I
United States.. - J. J. HOUSTON,
.jels - General Passenger A: -. t, Pittsburgh.
i dicaL
RIVATE DISEASES.—DR. BROWN'S
MEDICAL and SURGICAL:Office, N 0.50
street, Pittebargh,
Dr. BROWN iei an - old citizen of Pittebnygh, and has .
been in TrOetice fdr the lasf fitentpalre*Te Fp
ness has been c4 . 1a40 ii ,(5311 Y - to iltratP 4114' siirgts4 l
•
Diseases.
CITIZENS AND STR4.NOERS
in need of a medical friend, shonlid - ;MI 'fail to and out :7
the sure place of relief. The Doctor is a regular grudy
ate, and his experiencein the treatment class of diseases
is a sure guarantee to the sufterers of obtaining perma
nent relief, by the use of his remedies and followinghle
advice.
DR. BROWN'S REMEDIES
never Mil to cure the worst form ,of Venereal Diseases,
Impurities and Scrofulous Affections. Also, all diseases .
arising fiom a hereditary taint, which manifests itself
in the form of a tetter, psoriasis, and a great many forma
of skin diseases, the origin of which the patient is en
tirely ignorant. To persons so afflicted, Dr. Brown offers
hopes of a sure and speedy recovery.
SEMINAL WF XNE3S.
Dr. Frown's remedies for this alarming trouble,
brough :on often by that solitary habit of sensual gran
fleation, which the young and wenkminded often give
way to, (to their own destruction,). are the 'only reliable
remedies known in this country—they are safe, and -
make a speedy restoration of health.
RELELTMATISII.
Drllrown's remedies never fail to cure this Josiah:l
distasiaina fins dcys—he will ti - arriint a cure.. Ha aloe
treats treats .taorciacea; Stricture, Dreteal
Dis
charges, refilate NieaVrit Tdonflily SiippeeSaidns, Die
eases of the Joints, Fistula in Ann, Nervous Affentiotlk
Paras in the Bali and Ritineye, irrifatien of the
der, together whir all diseases of an impure prig p. '
- A letter descriiaMg the symptoms, contsamiag , a I T, 4
directed to DR. DROWN, No. bit Smithfield street,
burgh, Pa., will bk' immediately answered. Afecfaeh:
sent to any address, safely packed and secure from alv,
servation.
Office and Private Rooms, No. 40 Smithfield stros
Pittsbuceb. Pa. . ..:
. . , To Young Men. - { .
. . . .
ALL WHO ARE SUFFERING FRO
the effects of youthful excess, self-abuse, or dill,'
debility arising from Sexual Disease, can be surely and.
permanently restored to perfect health, strength, and •
vigor, by using the
ELIXIR DE VIE.
This most valuable Medicine is prepared from a r
ceipt orin emmznt,Nrisian Phyei evm, and is ccni..tg.v.l
rmod in :.Emivzi with ppla . r
letnoy'e'Sll ' . ..*. •-- ...• •
IV B }' Oil3 Pr..I3IIATY,
. ENISSIONS
kjP P{ilP t TP 4i444ct;1
will restore the Sufferer and the impoMnt to a slap
of perfect manly rigor. It will thoroughly oraiiicitte.the..
effects of 'either ' . .
MERCURY or . DISEASE,
•. ,
From whicL so trimly thousands' are - continually suffer I .
in g without knowing a remedy. ,
;The emit of cure is trilling.- One bottle will last on
mouth, and is suitable for either sex. Sent free by ma
to all, parts of the United States.
Price, el per Bottle.
D.: AIgDERSON,
Y.
N. Fir—A Ovular containing fultparifeularinict dire°.
fiats will be sent 'with eAelf .1,041e,^1111 free ta any ad.
dleoo°
• tots.", Aar W
6rmilui,Agsdi • 4-
I".
lirfrrr
Address,
xY P U. 4
Choice Tennessee Dried Peaches;
Do Dried Apples;
Small White Beans;
Pearl Hominy; ,
. ; Fresh.Tomatoe; in Tin Cans;
Do Blackberries, " "
Pearl Starch;
Straw Wrapping Paper, all sizes, in et ore and
for sale by JAMES A. FETZER,
corner Market and ! , ..ret streeis„
S'f - E.CHEAPIIM 'PIANOS -31VT'llii;
trimpri STATpB.--Josi receir'ed Son? BLselVe:4
nd Vi aganct:7 octave banns, manofacfured
C. - 11: .334 044',, Npfrioli• MP/ Fe Made with . A
NI irPP WO FTPZlPtigruno t xtior4
4 FTPOP ill
all revue after ecleaqp at the st m . Ar,
634 octaves for, , 70 00
. z
~ 7 . ~2 . — _ ," ;• ; ',' r ,. ' • - • !ZOO 00
- ..Th • ey wiff be sOld only for cash, as the very small corn.
-mission 'charged for selling, and the extreme low prices
obtained by the manufacturers.will not justify them to
sell on credit. For sale hy e .
•
miss JOHN R. WS Lox gi, vrooditmet.
thi,440,-li. a 3u Crushed, Lump,
Purvett§chutd coffee for. Arlie op tai
barrel, at HAWORTH BROWNT.RFR i ,
T.THE (X)RN,E4,OI , ' HANK & RAST
lanes, Allegheny, two lots each , 25% feet front by
ea itoe l wail a btank siwelling.of hall, tan -patiors,dining
itaant, When. wash4lOnaes Tont citatnbena and , anisheal
teakie; a nod callar hides the ttinoignek,bidg i Vt . ?,
r.qF sal Pe ..." • CM
4117' : -41:ausr*.t-teg,'
WTI AY E ' S FLIAD 'EXTRACTS.- - A
large assortment. of Fluid Extracts from the cele
brated Laboratory of Thayer A.Co.,just received and for
sale 11 • L. WILCOX,
Corner Smithfield and Fourth ste.
LOVERSEED-75- busti. Cloverseed re
ceived and for slde by;
• • JABIZS' Vka - ZKR,
Cornir Marktti and 'First street..
lii•ARATAG4 W-A•TERE,Azupply--of .
kre9a Water, also Srhpfre SprfnEe Ater, fresh aratoga, ./r 6 4 - 00titit afiglor,ml6' • •
_ oonier Smithfield and Fourth eta
RU26.--
2)0 dozen LemonS3ToP;•
10 do Raspberry 4PAI.P;
. .13trawberry syrup;
/ o ' , do• pi n A „ e symp—for . .ezde by
# VKATO 1 -43 bla..tok drift - et:and fo
sale* , 166110: .I[VIRY H. PRIM.
ItetteW.V& k , 13 . A . 0t _
,z,, fiirtatebr 4...,MiIiEbTOCHY cp.,
• camer of Wcpcnvict nog .treei.j.
yßup. . • ~ IT, A PRES,-
-•i 4191 York Golden Syrap
156 " N. 0. Molasses, in oak terrreiA, in store
) 1.0 fckrinAe bY , I 4- 1 1 114)1 FFIC kBROWDM
bbls. fresh,., his dsy• receiving
- by* (mr9o) • HENRY , H.-COLLINS.
4
.• • T.EAST LlBERTY—Fiv4:tuidtlivarter
acres ofierad, bounded by the Railroaded Turn
eity;rkhim
locati ,, ,,
joi strum 4ov o r. r i ;: it in= e6.
8,:.:06Em br z.74 0,40.. it, ot a lito 7 :4 7
~....,, ~,,, ' ,•_,.:5% etstreet.
-- ----
. A ,BNO.LIP'S FLIJID--Warrauted Late,
- tOi'mle by - ' • ' Jr it. 'WEL L'l.
, .. 63 Wood street,. near
11113§EANlYS CA_LCINED .ISIAG.,DIESIA—
.
' "r°ll3'f4Ble by. 'Et i.. PABannicitka-co,
No. etk corner Worth and-Wooctamsta.
-RUBE 'STILL CATAWBA WINE.—I
%rimy) on' hand a la ge epapply of puce Still Catawba.
a Tor medicinal purpoaes. • Tbose itiatant, aning
4I 0 Atinuld•call and =ulnae my stocky
" aboarbarn. JOS. FLEMIING,
- mil' '.. . _Gnaw 'Dimond and litialtat verso%
bbLs: Lei hit A lama or sale
0,,j0h HEAT-EL WUXI*.