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Those who wish to take a raper from Pittsburgh, will
find SATURDAY MORNING POSY a safe and profit
able investment. Address
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JAILIM 4:1BLIUI:
BARR & MYERS,
BOOK &JOB PRINTERS,
Corner Fifth h. Wood Sts. Pittsburgh.
_,,,,A7r.arr,DEsorariuorT or . -
PLAIN k, 1114'61 PRINTING,
Executed. in the finest style
R ESL
x=a. ck ,
tinumucial i Verantilt 'Pp'
At short notice, on reasonable terms.
INiztimlba.? attention paid to the Printing of
POSTERS, PRO(R .4.111 m Es, &c
For Concerts, Exhibitions and Circuses.
LARGE ADDITIONS OF NEW TYPE & MACHINERY
HAWN 111MCZNILI , IILLN 71.1.7)X. TO TkiLl J3TABLLSIMEI7,
The facilities for turning out Work sch proinprtne,9 and
degpata carer otlie'otdx.litai by tiny other
Whoa in the city.
11" ll s C'c~CI~S
J. ILLEVIT Joni
[Plan of I . & NO/1ip4.1
11:,I 4PHILLIPS,
fSnece,lors S. Co.]
Brass' ' .. Feitinders and Finishers,
•PLUMBERS, GAS & STEAM FITTERS,
ILIMMEI
CHANDELIERS, PENDENTS BRACKETS,
STSME;NO:II7 WOOD STREET,
FOUNDRY yiD RHOP, tio, IAS R:<T ST.
• '-
oefily Pittsburgh, Pa.
& C. P. MARKLE,
MAIMPACITRZILI 0?
Printing, Job and - .all kinds bf Wrapping
'IPA 1" E R
!WAREHOUSE, 110. 27 WOOD STREET,
PITTSBURGH, PA
.16ii'Rags bop.gl4l. (it mutrot prtcto. S
JOS. FLEMLNG, successor to L. Wil c ox
'itr..94:4ambi. of Market street and the Diamond,
keeps constantly on hand a full assortment of DREGS,
MEDICINES, MEDICLNE CHESTS, PERFUMER Y, and
ally articles pertaining to the bualtiesa.
AIRr.
at all h Pourhysi s. cians' Prescriptions carefully compounded
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WA.1.3112 AT, •
..705iP8 B. lICK/H.O.
W.-4): MARSHALL & CO., Importers
and Dealers in French and American PAPER
HAM/1%5,170.87 Wood street Pittsburgh.
alp sale verde for the celebrated manufactures of
Mesuis. Duncuurt Paris. • " •
PRELL/PHEMZIL.
—.• --HOURS J. ANDIELI3OI.
A.,YIKER xi ANDERS6N, (succes,.ors to
.• Joshua Rhodes & Co.. wholesale dealer, in FOR
ION. FRUITS. NU'ES, SPICE-8, CONFECTIONERY,
SUGARS, de., 'No. 89 Wood etreet, opposite the St.
Charles Hotel, Eitteburgh. a p .„l _
hi:..LITTLE,
I~ERgHA'.NT TAILOR
NO. '54 ST. CLALB. STREET,
Izish's New Building,)
iqirssu
FULTON, BELL AND BRASS
:FOUNDER, No. 70 . SECOND Street; Pittsburgh,
C a., i 5
toAraRT AND OTHER
• BELLS, OF ALL sizes,
From 10 to 1000000 pounds.
CHUM BELLS made to order. STOP AND GAUGE
COCKS of all sizes, for Steamboats
MINERAL WATER PUMPD, COUNTER RAILINGS,
and every variety of Brass Castings finished in the'
neatest manner.
ANT RABBIT'S %ANTI-ATTRITION METAL; FUL
TON'S PATENT MERALLIC PACKING, for Steam
aValy
J. &H. PRICE'S
CENTRAL PLANING MILL
Water Street, Allegheny,
41RE now in full operation, with Fay
~ Co, improved machinery for the row:wrack:lring
0 Bash,' Frtunes,, Doors, Shutters and Mouldings
uildrs and Contractors will land it to their advantage
to call arid ascertaln oar prices. sal felvdaw
•
.WILCOX,
JLI•.
APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST,
(brae, of Smithfw/d and Fourth Strcet.
Having resumed the Rebut Drug Bminess at the
above well shown stand, established by me -in
1848, (lately_ known Abel &
'knit and having
enlarged anti improved the name. eloteßVOrt by
close persobal attention and eareful supory,ca,„ the
business, to merit a COllli/IWlliee of the oatrotooze here
tofore so liberally btnowed. Pure and unadulterated
inedictue3alon . e.will he kept, and no O,
articles usually sold in first class e , tahl.htn ea t,,
always be 'on hand. -
Prescriptions accurately compounded at all hour,.
Air. Country. Physicians furnished with nun, medi
cines at lowest prices. . L. WII.OOX.
not • C.orner. Butithbeld and Fourth streetx.
SA. II fUE.L:F.AHNE.S.'I'OCK, •
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Foreign.and . Domestic Hardware,
• •
No 74 Wood Street, Pittsburgh.
The subscriber has received, in addition Meatl
stock of Hardware, and a very heavy stock of and
Sausage Cutters and Stutters, and a very large stock of
Sleigh Belle, loose and on stnngs, of a much superior
quality to that usually sold in the market, all of which
will be sold on.the lowest terms.
see! SAMUEL FALINI:STOCK.
L
OUGHRIDGE MAXWELL,
s.4suncroansa ev
LOOKING GLASSE:3, PICTURE FR A ES AND
BRUSHES.
AND DEALERS Lbr CLOCKS, HOT:MS BITLITISITINCI
GOODS, ETC., ETC.,
No. 128 Wood Street, above pink,
Prrrss mon, Ps.
a,- Machine Brushes made to order. [mh3:ly
TEAS. -A choice selection of Black and,
Green Teas, in store and for sale Wholesale or Re
tail, at the Yagoda Tea Store, corner of the Diamond
and Diamond alley. .
fe2l . HAWORTH IF BROWNLEK.
lt/rACARONI.—'2S boles Italian ;
VERMICELLD-21i do do;
OLIVE OIL-25 dozen genuine, in quarts;
.25 do do in pints;
do LFI
Hob, jztg - Teceieed and for sale by ucca, in orence
• •REYMER e ANDERSON,
-n/6 S 9
Wood st, opposite St. Charles Rotel.
MEAL.-30 hb.b. Choice Sifted.
ki • meal; 30 bbls. Choice Unsifted Corn Mealjust.
6liceiired and for sale by JAM.E9 A. FETZER,
iv corner of Market and First 818 i
MEE;IIME3
JAMES P. BARR,
Editor and Pioprietnr
ETENE!
lldernten.
CH Alt LE': W. LEW IS, .1 L DEEM IN,
AND rv-orrlew Jllaltli. or•rtie mu,.
OFFI , 'E u:' , : THE Ctiltti E It . I , I , tk 11,11.: Am.
FIFTH FerltrETS
S..a.- All hotauesw vonoeeted .id. toe. ode,- will Le ,d
-r..•nded to wait KOMptliewr. eouremenee:. of All ktti.l%
lon.- with leenl'errorney----eoell ie.
Bonds,Power. °I Alcurze.y, A.... Title,- re Heal Mace I examined.
fo the inetnteT of the M. he fon.l.kel t - rvi- - 0., a..
Connohtstoner to tat e 1 , -p,t-'4,,lie• to he rut in the
4ererld rourte Of tLi. SUte. :DO • ',,, 1.,- If, the
..1.1 of the flout Pohoo Ist-anon-4 O. the elly, and e' ,h
• .equeutly his faelhht, in ex.:out/ha , 5.a.e.,. ~/ tn.,.
k,rlll ur.• very deetitdae. feisty
•
i BAILEY & CO.,
Tertian!
BAILEY & KIWIS EN,
Hove removed to flied-now Fin'-prool. White Rlio-tde
StOly,
819 CHESTNUT STREET,
North Side, Below the Girard House,
PHILADELPHIA,
Where they are now opentne a Mork of
Imported Jewelry, Plated Wares, and
Fancy Goods,
'Co whieh they invite the attention of the pul-lie
Silver-Ware, Watches,Dlainouds&Pearls,
AT WITOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Mrle:EM
JPLANINGAS. MILLINGAIt, MONONGAHELA MILL. would respectfully infOrm the
public that he has rebuilt since tla. fire, and haring en
Lined his establishment mid - tilled it with the newest
and most aporosed machinery, is now prepared to fur
nish flooring and planed boards. scrawl rowing and ris
sawmg, doors, sash and shutters, kiln drie s h frames,
rnoulihnrs, box-making, se.
Smith Pittsburgh, Se [ember 7, 1557. IMO
C ..
I_RPENTER WORK .--CarpenterWork,
Repairing mid Jobbing wilt be promptly attended
to Id the lowest cash priers and the shortest possible
notice, by calling at the CENTRAL PLANI.NG 5111,1.9
Water street, between Federal and Beaver, Allegheny•
fm head and will be made to order, Mouldings. liGors,
Shutters, Frames, Stielring, Flooring, etc., havitic
none but the best 'wood r working 11 1101i13,17. We Lae
prepared to till all order. from builder , contractors and '
others. J. k 11. IF.
• Central Planing Mill, Water street.
nem Between Federal and Bestrer„lllegheny, Pa.
G RocERIEs._
ILO htids New Orleans, So Ear
80 I.his Crushed do:
25 do Cone« do;
25 do FAQ,lsvicic'o Syrup:
250 do choice - New Orleans htolo.,es
10 tierces prime Rico, for sr.h. hy
NIIM. H. SMITH
8.28 119 Second, rood 147 Front Qtr....Ll.
Co FFEE.-200sacks Rin, just.landing and
for sale by WM. IL SMITH & CO,
ap26
Stl,oll andQM nlx • 1.4
QJIAWLS, DRESS (4( a.)DS, NEEDLE
I►J, Work, Mourning G0Q.19, and Domoetlem, very low
C. HANSuN LOVE,
fe'2 Nn. 74 Market streoL
TOSEPH HORNE, No. 77 Market Stre(4,
recelved another lot of the NEW 1 1 1.1T1N1 , .1F.
and Deuulass & 9lierwood's superior
'CON .SKI RTB, with the adjustable hustle Al,, attiic
and ay Mechanic COnit!ta, In all &Etna. 1„ , 21
pfliST OF THE SEASoN.- tin lanxes
E.Weet Uratteegi:MT‘' , Wo f t ue , 19V—t. , ,Nde by
& A N.b.hltSoN,
, Wood street
fa2l Opposite the St. Charles lintel .
R L ES.—EviTything - commonly
\A kept in first class . Wholesah l sd Grovery
and \Vine and Lentor cstabliehrnent cu be had on the
most reannuable terms, at
N2l SAls'olll'll & LIROWNLEE'S,
y H
_
()REIGN N
100 ' , rail Trues Almond,, golf 511 e
1 •
15 bales I.4srdowix " "
25 " Kelly
•25 . • d "
50 hags Rnglish IValcuts Har ;
100 " I , llfierLs:
to hhls. fresh Pecan Nnta;
50 lags Brazilian Cream Nuts;
1000 bu.74l.titrintl Nots;
6000 Cocoa Note;
Jurt reeeived and fur sale by
Ithll'.3ll - .R
No. 311 Wood street,
ntrlo - fit-Charms tlotol.
SITI3DR.q.IS—“'"
100 bus. Dried Apples
30 • Dried Apples—psred ;
7 ; 'Dried Apple4+unp, ; • •
15 5 'dozed Cern Brobini;
re boxes No. 1 Starch:
100 bus. White Beans;
;tOO. bOndlea Crprn,Atodyri:iiii.::ooable Crown
ippiug Paper, in store and for saltt by
" JAMES A. Fk.'TZElt,
Comer Market and First streets,
p -- OR ItENT—A cottage house of three
roorns, largeyardund stale,' two miler from the th
ythe
on Brad ,
For Ren e
t—A dwo n k ine ro.o.mssp,etwr month,.
of ground, garden, fruit trims, me, - near. Miziersrille—
s2.oo a year:
For Rent—A large and comfortable-house on Sievert:
son street, eleven rooms, gas and water—V.2 , lo. -
For Rent—A large_ Mrelliog. hom.e, garden,. shade
trees etc, carnage house and ittable, On %WC Lamb; All,
gi—saOO
Fo rl ila t it—X - Waieileuse 013 Virtiter'street..
For Rent—A email store room on Third street.
A ppleo, -
Elltiszket street.
IauTTER-6 firkins, said, for sale by,
myl4) WIL H. foura a 00.
IMES=ISE
,estauran
SCOTT liOlifgE,
Is- mtd 5
Corner irn , ln Street and Duqueinne Way,
PI TTS.I3 URG Lie PA, . 1
B. It MARKER, - - Proprietor,
(Formerly of the "Marker House," Blairsville, Pa)
The Scott House IS now 'conipleted and open for
guests. It is situated in a central part of the city,
Lr
mg convenient to all Railroad Depots and Steamboat
Landings.
The House was build in 1656,. with all modern im :
ri n vements, and , T i l„ , i a th e,, sd , , t r yht— y r, !h „ e .ct ot e ire a
t
Hot new— an d
~,f iat ice'
Pine STABtEd are aitardied to the prom ( ~.12
CORNUCOPLIE' RESTAURANT,
BY ELI YOli, FIFTH STREET
THE A'ITENTioI!T OF ETICHA NTS
a4d others is directed to thierstriblishmerm which
has been reeently fitted u for thepurro,o of allordlog
a SUI3STANTIAL EATING IN A CENTRAL
LOCATION,. Country-Lolka attending market are tom-
Eveistliing liertinnimr, to-on.
.EATING '4A3,9prz lop
.alwa.v,, , .tis.,,ft z und,,,,f the G-e, beet
theraarkglandair 'W; rab!...'9.d.cir
ATIVAgrEjt, ST4SNIUS: 110TI4L,
"
ACCOUNT
T' of siaries,rhathletermine'd to thrpo.o of hi. lease.
but anoint recovered ht= usual health, now otii2rs his
Ferviees old patron. antt the traveling nubile,
promising to ;Tare ao portia to alaie all comfortable Avti,•
May sorottru .at. hie trgll.l:aown, hotel, Having refitted
the eama fit coarideriible expen.e.'he solicits a continu
knee of the patrotutgu E. liberally het-towed.
11. W. R. ANAI %.
Proprietor U. S.
S l;7r
TON 'A OLD 'SVIVN D: 4
_ _ _
ni,ktt . .
TN TITE DIAMOND,
JOHN SAVAGE, Proprietor.'
Hardie taken. and titted nt h with all the modern i
provonents.thi7 pupoltr re rt. the Pntp , Oribt.r ispre
pared to accommodate his old cost oilier:, and the public:
generally;' with. the Lest the miu'ket affords. '..Oysters"
will tie served up in every variety of style, donne the
season. His IV ri es. Liquors and Ales he feels confident
in recommendin r to the public for their eseellenee.
nolotly
THE SYMPOSIUM,
WILLIAM C. GAI,LAGIIER,
PROPRIETOR
Strcel, Ned /k., - to .hr PatArtzr . qh Thentre.
.
This bon=e la new. bunt ~..jaaaall) forth° o
Pita 11aea ROStallrfillt nud whoa. and the propneter
havitig, hailJnany yvars caper - wove in the buentese, u ill
neer .constantly rat - Mold-the beet that the market..
attord. IJe IVlne,, 1,1qm., and' .'let nin'of the beet
quality. r Iltrwants all bi , old Ynenda and the public
ciaaaily to give Mtn a Pell at the Symposium CieLtly
THE NATIONA I. SALOON,
• •
Under Forter'a New National Theatre,
PITTSI3ITFU3tr, PA
D. BARNAPD,
Ha! lifted up in a - tasteful rant emnfortable style, the
large centre qtere in the ilDls FELLOWS HALL. Fifth
street, a FIRST CLASS IM - ITAURANT And SALOON.
Haring had many years experienee in t tio . l.m•ineer, he
hi prepared tr. supply the nnielid affords. His
bar trill NI furnirbed at all time, ivith the hest Wine s .
Lis t unrsi Alen. Tice ,rntr,l,o is in
ettare of - the Hall, and refrerbinent, win fiirmAied
at all time,i, DAY and N (Sanity. exoelm
Apt4Ay
.M2CC - RI,SIOR
OYSTER AND EATING HOUSE,
NO. 111 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH.
W1...U.1111A ANL LLLTLIL PEALLII., IN
LAKE AND E isTERN FINIE
FRESH 11111-11 , E1.1.111.1 liA1.1111,1:1-: I)1'-
%%ALI , INIF,
All In their Proper Seaman.
not 6] GEO. RE:INFMAN &
WASHINGTON HOTEL,
FORMERLY U. 9. Wart,
PI TT'S It 17 ft G PA
- ,
.1.4131 ES ktiliON, Proprietor.
11 T ills 1101T41: Is Li 'ATEI) tIN THE
corner or PENN a n d IVI CI ,
tweeti tler . CEN'IItAI. \I 1,1 EEN
DE1 , 71.er5., - al utalerg,,,,,, fl,t
1 , ..1110‘1,1,1 an,t ftlrue.tied with 11,11 . lariutllft•, .1,1
m 44 11. e tle,t cenvement Hotel tug), Sr.•
Truveler, Illilr•eoi,111-t or WI 111` I)
3 ,IA I Ns I u s S , ti F.4 r ) :., Ar , F. , N t
' o . l * the Pi : {lll , Vltatit . ;
make it the 011)1,1 0011 , [116.11/ linitne 111 itlrut fir
by hurt r.. ,l.
'Cue propnet.e- r 4 ql,tl. (31.1, ovr. re, 1111.,1
nf, in ezeellent vtrlr, lit.. 51 A NKI. W. 1 .:,
t3j , etfully eN/Iten ehare .111•11, patror,,e , • ,
erlen.lel I I 1 e
.el ••• tee." e 1. , kI•
A.RD. 111111,10t•.Ir al,l
la .011,4t4 , r, 1.3r.1er 311c1 It tr will forte••tie,f
the beet tho nalot, ran mien! fel y
SAMUEL C. WINGARD
Aar - Oftloe, No. Ti (RANT STREET, between Fourt
and tharnand alloy. apa
E. MEMO,- - -0, U HIPPIE
WE HAVE
tm,ther in the practice of the Law, under the
firm of SIAP:So7s; & RtH'EY.
Otfipe, No. 94 FOURTH STREET.
nu2(l:ly
JAMES A. DUNLEVY,
ATTORNEI AT LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC
J SCOTT, DENTIST
• lia9 removed to thr house lately ,occupied by
Dr. W. A. WARD,
No. 278 Penn Street
(South side.) third door above nand street.
Se."o(Ree, )(n u n Oen; AA. M. 1111 fi P.. 111. 1.1,4.1 v
JAMES S. KING,
DENTIST,
11AS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND 1 WELLINg: 'FO
No.loo FMla Street,
Where his patrons and friend 3 are invited to eall
felttdy-
D R. L. 0.1.1)4H1JE,
Continues the Prinnico of hrodioino in tdl ih vlorionn
brifnein,, OFFICE:AND 132 illidNd
STREET, nein l ly . oripo.ite the Cathedral, Pittsburg h.
-
deln:f.nn
JAMES A. LOW RI E, A ttorn4y nt Law
Office, Fourth street, Pittsburgh, betweeu South
field and Cherry Alley. delldy
MlL,Surgiyin D.•ritist, successor to
■ • •o.m..l3lthne; N 0.143 Snothfkold Arpt.t.
tkr - Office hours from eight t“ I u'.•1.4.k, and from 2
to 5 r.*E•Mdc. felb ly
Nlints and Niquors.
CLAICT4UII tig. CO.,
f' wrirasyur A•CI,
' LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
....i• DIAMuNt) ALLEY,
NEAR t'S'u, STREET.
I T It I! k4JI , J'.l.
447, - - . Ahilly , . lia,tl, rry
rintudle., 4.11,1 itawltlltA
Valty bt,L
•tit•l
L. I'. 1 1 111)1)LE'l'Oli Ao. DUO.
WINES, BRANDIES, &c.
Al I.F: I.IA,
Vine ( H d
No: r, NORTH YR( 'NT 7TI:KET,
Pllll-11 , H1.1111.4
. JOII% RIEVAIL h, CO.,
10:11,,,LLY 1 5 / 1 ‘117.1 13
WINES AND LIQUORS,
A N D ItECTI r I I Nt: DL 4 TILLEItS,
tin. 17, N 1.11.0,1 y t.burgla, PO.
"ti ,13. 11
PROPII TITO R,
irobarro and,...egars.
N la,
V .
WTIII, tr ‘12..1•1
i T0131(4'0, ti,Nlll , l , AND) sEG ARS,
.11,31,2 y N _l4Ol. 11E1
I.2'tlA It %
GENITINE HAVANA CIGARS,
A
Vbrglola Ch eve *ng Tobacco,
WOOD STREET,
P.l
Agniture.
111
PORTA o'l'l4
I N CONSEQUEN(T. (11 , H . :eI:INF NI";
4, .4114, r,t4rilty Ittt-t
/It :att.! 004- t •tt \ 1.1,1 I t tly
FURNITURE,
1 l % F I u
Lie 41,, .411, r•lit t :tB I t6..0 .
in nr m pin-Land k//11
Fily.
„di tiod u.i, it ra p
p.rtostity to inirel.so, • rho t ti.. . 1./lii. i.a, fk,Ctj
From 10 to 'l7l per Cent
LOWFIZ' THAN USUAL
• IL 11. RYAN,
mfr' .... .77 mid Gs) rtprit
JAMES W. WOODWELL
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
3IIIRACING every rtytr of Furniture,
ILA 1111414.4 ran). nud Wahl, f
eliaintwr+ and Dinnn, ,qllll P. 1,1/)
iu N 1 ,11" adni I%)l3d.did6nt, tind of
1.0%% ER PRIcE,.
Even• nrn.le mode t.y kind, taid Warninkd
l',lkinst Make, ,opplied With 1111
Fllrnialri2 and Chair', on ee.oeleible lent,
nfld filrni , hed rit its .liork , t !It ko•
ronrns. Nu, 77 and 711 'Duni ,Ifeot,
nirnyti
O' t arriages
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY
EASTERN REPOSITORY.
' JOSEI'II WHITE
HAS JUST It 1 , ;( !El V I.:1) ADP HIS E
PIIITOI{I. 4111IttlOtt le-1r tile Ttt,o :tide 111141 t.
Pat4l,nrwil and Lan rola e,lllo,lt.sitielviei tkud den
rat al,erttnent of Correoe—, Isogreee, etl•
arrongentents tiro ,14-11 that hr is oon.t:lnfly recetring
nest and reeond linnil and thr pads, ;nay ref)
on elsvey4 tholes, a 'Died t.teet. jai tsdnd. lie Ilitte uuur
ttLtetaretti to order on altos t [settee.
s'Altiths:F. , S. Br, d; 11•:v,
and all pertaining to the bwine.,. enthiven yen,
iwnetn . uli•xpurnnwe the iten kilteVil
hr- natter. that he oiler, great 1114111 e,
1111•11 t, t. Intreluo+rr
4v- The emnbllslitnent ix floated on an , rota„ of the
Eleelt/Oir 0/11111611, i.e.,1 of COltebett, Feetttillg the dm,
e‘ery ta 111
b 7 en 11111 k
(7arriagem and ling-glem.
FORTH I?, ACCOMMODATION OF PI TN
itunui Hits, tlllti straneer. the rup , the
foll/gerllgtlua opened a a areroom inutellaaely 111 t1..4
rear of Ow :11enonealkela llouao, uu 1 , 11 , t street for (lie
sale of
Carriages, Buggies and Spring Wagons,
Of Ins (mil inantlf.irtnre—tlic Material al/ seleettal
wilt
great intro.
Haying been engaged thirty-ulnae yearn in the huai
peso, and the iast seventesn year, in Alit.giway City
With an ineress4n . Of business, in Hatilleitmt gunranteo
ae
to the quality of lin, work.
pattolip ino,rospr,ot to Ily invited to call and examine
03- FaCtory on the comoer of Federal ntreot an
North Common, Allegheny My.
torttomtlaw ,Ft ' • •
E. WEST & 4:0"
xAriurecrourAs 0?
: CARRIAGES,
KAWAYS, BUGGIES, SULKIES AND SLEIGHS,
:h . o. 197 Porn Stral, Altslntrgh, Pa
43 , - All work warranted to be of Um best materials
itt workmanship: - myhttlytlis
patents
THE LAST FAST
- - •
THE CLIMAX GRAIN FAN.
HESHBSCRIBERS HA VINCI BOUGHT
the right to Manufacture. in Allegheny and Arm
strong counties, the Climax Grain and el Pon, the
factory will he found at .511.1NN & BARTO:sI - 8, corner of
Boyd street and Fourth gtreet road. Farmers will find
it to their advantage to call and eee them. They take
the premium everywhere that, they have been shown.
"The Tare neat, cheap and the Ileite‘a ever known.
• INuLN,
.1. STACY.
WINDOW PAPER—For sale by
J. a WBLDIN,
4P 4 a Wood street, near Fourth.-
1 , I • 4"' '
, . : • 1:-
.. 'I
Vr.offssionai
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Prrrsnma H,
E. SIMPSON,
RIPPEV
OFFICE—No. 01 GRANT STREET.
CORNER OF CHERRY ALLEY
l'%lt NISH, Ft,, Et, ,
JOHN 11i00itiIEAD,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
$ J
200 h`(4), ' O t t 11 8 / 1 11 A ft! ' e E ro . otnfi V un
dwelling ,,
Ann street.. Allegheny, with lot of ground 20 foot front
by 110 deep to Robinson street. Also, a cottage hone
on Robinson street. ['Hoe fee all, SL2OJ . Tern easy.
te2.5 S. CUTHBERT & SON, 11 Market ht..
T EAS o F E X.Tit A Pi.; EQ
The twst. assortment in tho city will always ho found a
THE PEKIN TEA STORE,
No. 38 &mg, Near Wood..
lA2Z S. .TAYNEI:
5n flit. A Y E4s 1V0441 CON PECTIOgo
fur Rale by ,
HART% ELL ot.. SILEFUARD„
fo2l Carver Wood and Sixth rtreotti
-
WI NDOW CURTAINS—At Wholesale
anil Retail, for sale by
mrlo IV. P. MARSHALL & CO.
B EANS. -100 bushels, for sale by
WBl. 11. SMITH & co
arl_ 118 Second, and 147 Fourth greets,
500 LBS. ROLL ,SULPH.U.I-t-,-- I ; . r
Hale ..
EfARTIVELL & SHEPICARD,
DroggiBlB, .
fel corner W oo d ap4 Stith - streets.
. . .
4..-
~,:,
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jittattrial
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK
NO. 65 FOURTH STREET,
CHARTERED IN 1855.
OPEN DAILY, from 9 to 2 o'clock ; also,
on Wednesday and Saturday evenings, from May
lst to November lot, from 7 to 9 o clock; and from :co.
vember let to Mae Ist. from 0 to 3 o'clock:
Deposits received of all slims not less than On
Dou-Alf, and a dividend' of the profits declared twice a
year, in June and liorember. Interest has been de
clared semi-annually, in June and December, since the
Bank was organized, at the rate of six per coot. a year.
Interest, if not drawn out. is placed to the credit of
the depositor its principal, and bears the smile interest
from the first days of June and December, compound
ing twice ayear without troubling the depositor to call or
even to present his pass book. At this rate, money will
double in less titan twelve years, making, In tho aggre
gate EIMIT ANI, ONE-1f ALP PER VENT. A rein.
Books containing the Charter, By-Laws, Rules and
of ßegulations, furnished cratis, on application at the
fice
PRISIMITT.
GEORGE ALBREE.
VICK PIIESILENTd.
J I T o O n p ,
t e ,
s 6
d ll i e. t,. p burn, John U. Shoenberger,
Alesmolor Bradlo3,
James B. Kelley James Ilerdman
Robert Robb, A.M. Pollock, M. I)
!pane M. Pennock, Walliam S. Laval
William J. Auder o on. 3‘.
I.IJII Burptin,
John G. Backofeu.
John 13. Canfield,
J. Gardiner Collin '
Alonui A. Carrier
David
John S. Cos , race,
Charles A. (.-olton
\Villain! r aiglas
1 7 raneis
Benj. 1.. Miiill,4ll.•lC
..11.Ullk, W.
S. Haven
Charles Knaji,
rARITART ANT ?It 1t.141 , 1,2.7
CIIARLES A. COLTON'.
UNDEINIGNED HAVE TIIIS DAY
A. ..q.:weluted thettL4elvt, under the :inn of
SEMPLE .t
F., (ran -meting nu EXellallgV, iidllklng and collation
• 30111 , ; 11. iiEMPLE,
.ItillN JONES.
Pitt-bur:oi, April 1, ISZ;fl.—apl2:lA.
JOHN ❑..501 err ..lous B . JONI,- ... Wit 1.. "SEVER, Teiler
SEMPLE 8z JON - S.
BANKERS,
S. E. corner of Wood and Third Street'',
Tender their services to their friend, and the Lusiiire,,
public generally, in lairelia..e :nod sale of Forej t m
I.lld Domestic , Exchange, Land Warrant., Bank Note,.
Gold and SilCer Peon , rte.
/LLECTIONS TlllLldtl at all 'le p• 1 1 -11• in the
United Suite,.
Stook and lh,nd, bought and .01,1 on CofflllliStil,lll.
Sill/la time LIN/11.,4 thaidlt at 1,/..003G r lee , and
ti po>in+n•reiC,:d_in etirri•lit and itar_paper.
DITIVCAN, SHERMAN & CO.,
BANKERS,
Cornor of Pine and Naaean Ste., Now York,
Fw•ttt•r.' I.f ,',,•111., I',
IL.OIIIO t,f the
(\ 11/.11 I hold, etc., ,imilar KWh
x!••tt.ivo
AL ,ri.v
711C.5. P. 40111.1
Al' N .1 V_VE IS C 1 ). 1)
,i1.1..n4 in
1 - 1
taf It.; 11. , 117.
b,,. ~d knirhel•4ll:l: li:11,21, 41/:th'rlii
1 , 1: trn . 4 11 11 1 . 4:liT S„1
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run....1,,•.1 ul l / 1
1, - .11r111., ILL 1-4•IIIIIIwr,LLIVw prt•••—.
atc...l 1., th.• 11,Liting
.1,21.51110 of 14,1
/ffi.
N. V.:
A r:iriN Notary PuLtii
liCr • Ili 11.31 ES S SUNS, :11141
rhanszo b.ontors in Notoi, r ) rafts,
Knit: .tioco, F.x.o
cho En -torn tot.l I%'ostori, cot—lnno ,
t:11y Crf
rin,in in all 'hr.:el/nig. tin
I rec.-:r••.1 iu ip, fun.: I, viir
No. 1: ki t lictwi•rii wail
-Irni
1.110 M)
Mrorrrs.
:ICU LEY,
WHOLESALE GROCER,
Nos. 18 and 20 Wood Street,
V. NI IL :01/111
WM. 11. SMITII Si. CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
:Is SECOND AND 147 FIRST STREETS,
lca
1111, H. . terAPc Lik-bl!rail
AILLEit RICKETSON.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
BRANDIES, WINES AND SEGA RS.
??.1
"Irs1:1: 1.1711.1a1 AND
'WA IN NT1:1:171',I,
4ND SC , I: .4 I; BA IS FOR
SWEARER'S CITY GLASS
t' l 7 - ISUR(;11. Pd.
Iron, Nails, Cotton Yang, Sr., Sc., Con
slimily on Hand. ftnr2
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A SK the attention. of ilia coyntry frietßi
U i,i of io+ Inionnou
utliply nll 11, staples, sttala
TLiv....to, tho lowtoit pro•os
4'n - Pr.wlipt attvlition gis.•ll t.. 4 11 ord,.rs
PA, WCANDLLV WILIII.II
M'CANDLESS, MEANS & C0.,1
f1UCVL93014.9 10 1,1,1( 111.,1ND1...211
WHO LE SA LE GROCERS,
camim
COTTON VARNP
AND PITTSIIU GUII ',IAN trk-Arnlypi',9 GENERAI,Lr,
Comer f 'Loa m,J 11' , 1fer Weds,
*mauling anti Oonintis.sion.
WILLIAM 11. I'EAMN,
Commission Merchant,
NO. 216 SOUTH FRONT STREET, PHILADELPHIA
4w - Ay out f"r Ileltisnek champtivn., Ilut e h
Conkpany All.t.t•rdnln iliti ; Civrtmin
gar. ;R I nes llrnndica , vie., to ruAt.,.:ll F1.m.1111,i iD
mo7.1:1y•
PIIILLIPS .& CO.,
Forwarding and Commissiiin Merchants,
CAII2O, 11,1.1:11016
WII A I{l , RtIAT Pill/I'I.IIED )ILS AN I
ililil AWFINTS of uiinuia ,Contral
fowl. Mark b oil,, in all ensoii, to our taro.
❑o27.l9dhir—Jlo
FOE THE SALE OF
PIG METAL ANP BLOOMS,
NO. 74 WATER STREET, BELOW Attßiig:T,
14 PITTSBURGH, PA
SELLING VERY LOW
• ♦ •
a„
STU,.
P. A. Madeira,
John B.
James B. D. Illeed4
Munes
N i f 111t , 1r I'. li/r;l ' iali
Wiison Miller, n
henry L. Itingicalt
Lol' M. Saireer,
lieorge Sellifn;
John D. Scully,
Alexander Tindle.
1•hooleLl.1 litubsmette
le. ac Whittier. rn
By THE
Reliance Mulual Insurance Co
tin linridin~a ,
Limited ur P01 . 11Pii111), Merchan
Furniture, Cc., in town or ohiricr
CAPITAL. 9177,931
ftt!low=.
1,1,1 t , tl IntitroNoti City Prop.trty
worth .1,414- tunt.ant I,GOO DO
rertnsyl, aftlaii...lil.,l•l rt. ',We
:,.;11114.11.
........... ......
114,b.1jy er.LI. /.0111,11Val/1:1
li ll,lo ll , fill, I; iJ 1.X.:411
I:.ttlt•tt.tti i',lll)t.toy .
Stook ot tit, U. it.ttitte Jtuat..i Itt.qtrunre
of t -na t ty 1"Irt , fn , trtiotto
tt 4 to. I; of (4.1.1,1,,tr0 t
I'llloll7f. Itt - turt.to o f'o'tt
I ttl:.. Nottot , attlk - , ttn-itit
Acttount.,:tt•ot Ijil.
C.Oll uu hanti tut.! 111 P.. 421
PITTSUIIttiII
.J~n. !:. lil~\fl.lt
Pi t t &burgh. Pa
Under the Care of the Franciscan Brothers,
1,Kt.:1-k,, FA:41:1:11 FuITNTY, PA,
TII IS INS'l'lTli'l'lttY , naturally situ:l(Nl
f
11,b11 tint ( . 31
0.1.,i Pu pf,ors ,
'at f il r U d lo it •
allll the
t.innteit
0-
boated in the most healthy and PuitmoNtie portion
4 11 , 1.1nt funr imles from Lres,ou
statium on the direet niall route between Plulailelphia
and paitstiurith. sellula,tie stir eon:unitive : 3 the
Septet:ll.er, close Cu the 'bit day of July
(Mien mg
The 'forms 'or Ifiard. F.tigli-th
•
count eutatiu. ale It tit° por Billiton, •
The Aftttletu 1..a.i.1,01;;.g.es form an extra
etilergl• flu
:mil
311101111.
IVaiim o m mil toe t•l •
For furditr particulars at:p l yt. , salperii6r of the
C ,I lette.
Ref.•r. to•e. con be made. to the lit. Het. 01:
orator.
ntrlataur
_ _ _
—•.-
V 1 Nt
ES;I roLLEGE DAN SEMINA
KY. under th•• ,are of the Benedictine Banton+,
nebr 1.1 T/l..111;, tl; ELAND Cbtl'NTY, l'a_
I u the C'ollege are taught the usual Lrottches of ED-
In the tommary. the Mathematic,. History,
Philoo.phy, etc., and the different branch.,
of Innher erudition neccesory or useful to those aspiring
to the Priesthood.
The ternbs for board awl 'Ninon are F.Stt per year, to
pout roqoettniorilly, ,trtetly in advance.
to•riletn And Frettoh, and other lIIIIgII.I4reS, Drawing
Pollnow, Mnl ue , form no 12xtradtarg.,s,exe.pting
some
re,1,1111,,1/Ndlnn for the 11:1(. ofbn,trument.s.
Books, StationerV,dc. , form extra
For 11,1:1i in the Director, of the College.
'I he v. or tonas oil the Ist of ticpternber,
and emir. on tin. :id of July following.
G. B. Lulal.
irla • ihr. , ,to r of the t 111/ege.
.31 ♦ /1111
'or tar
Premident'a Proclamation, No. 636, Dated
March 22, 1839.
11El?S PUBLIC sAI,Es IN TILE
I"Tb:ItItITORYOF I:.INSAS. to. follow,:
at the Lathl uttir.. at lilelCAla al, ..n the 15th of
AtAtest,l , tfte. of ni aty towtetlop,tiel party of towashipa
lit the eottlitieit of Atehietto, Doniphan, Brown, Netnaha
anti Clhoun.
rirmitTßGir,
At the NAME Pic\ e.E . ,,,f‘ Ib. 19th of .tioptember.l.s:o,
of thirty..folir tool parts of townships in 'the
vomilie's 01 l'ettinlnt. Slariltalf and iNdleivottoi t im.• •
A t th e I, :in d thins. at I.Ect rAfPIAiN, on the lstli
Jule, 190,.0f fifty-six toximMite, arid parts or - townships
1.1 d.f• counties of Lykins. Linn, tolkiflas ;iO.l Franklin.
.11 the $A ME top. 424 1309, of
11,1) sit township+ and part, or toultehip. qt the
..wit-. or shaii hoc, Weller mid l'oth.A.
At the 9.1 'E. on the fifth of septc t i t h ce 1130,
of lot t)-too township+ fowlpart+ of township, fit the
coloise, of l'ieltartimon, lirookr.nriag e and Madison.
At the Land tattoo at 'Nil 'EN, uu tho 29111 of Atigust,
ls:•11. of tiorty.sivtonm.hip. and arts of townships in
,
th e eonotn 01 Poll", olh.lie. p. DaVbiauntn IViSe.
the SAME I , I,AcE, ito• litth••fscptembt•r, Isxs,
of twenty-,even townships and nail, of toWn.,inis in
ill,. 1.0. M., or ililoy , Davis. Clay and hick on.
The lands will ho offered with the usual exceptions of
school sections. fie.. dc.
The .ado's will he kept .pen until the lands are all
• cittercol, which It. 10 he neeompli.h e d w ithi n t, wee k s,
itdl n.I
I n long r; toil no private entry of uny of the lands
s o •
admitted tinny fitlfir the itxpiTalimil4 gip two
Pre - emptlen'claitnnn In are required de establish their •
Malin+ to tho satisfaction of tho proper register and
receiver, find make payment for the same on or before
tic. tiny appointed for inn atinanonetnaient or the publiff
sale., otherwise their claims will be forfoitiel..
. • TErCkI.... I . II E'SDRICKSI,
e . .
Commissioner of the Generad Land Oth e.
Ilashinqton. Apri/.28, 1609.
ril lIE EAPE3I" PLACE TO BUY
s nt THE PEOPLES SHOE
No. 914 Liberty- St., below Sixth,
. .
. •
my 7 D. S. DIFFE NBAC HER.
•
VA LUABLE I NFU RMA 'PION
nulL , PEßS.—Mouldings, Window Flames, Panel
Doors, Bloaters, Rl.sh, Mantels, .tc.; in fact, every Rind
of woodwork Used in buildina, , all made of gift.' s mate
riala by the best of workmen andunrivalled piaoliinery.
Brziekiits of every pattern furnished and scroll sawing
done. J. H. T. PRICE,
• . Central Planing •
IVater street, between Federal and Bearer,
zips
City.
A U NDER'S VIOLIN SCHOOL.—A new
Sand Scientific Self-Instructing School for the violin,
On an entirel new method; intended for beginners. :
amateurs end ) leaehersi. This work is partieufarly in
tended to give the eehalar a short, thorough and scien•
titic method of playing the violin in all its branches, in
less thigyone ball the time than is:requir?ii from any
other work eve; published or i n troduced in this coum
try—by George ;is:minders. PEcefue,,,t, FOr Sllle by
JuliN LL MEL/MR, •
. . .
No. M. WoodsUreei.
.
•_ Hopics mailed on receipt of the price. Bir24
pii7i,'EsE-4.51) boxes choice Goshen Cheese
lJ just- received and for sale at
HAWORTH & BROWNLEE'S,
rtpB corner of the Diamond and Diamond alley.
1110 . bbls: No. Ktisin,. on tiaj
JI.A# and . for !.Etle by J.,.p...EVIJER:
_ttsigatta.
IVEST BRANCH
Mutual Insurance Company,
LOCK MAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY.
CHARTERED BY TIIE LEUISLATURE OF PENN-
SYLVANIA.
th.th (bpi ....... $300,000 I Premium Note,. $132,343
THIS COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
Buildings, Sterol iandize, Furniture, die., in town or
country.
DICaI,FLS Pearce..l.ll. Hall, T. T. Abrami,
lion. 0. I . Hurry, It. 11..lacknith Onot.
A.
Mayer, Peter Dieltsun, W. While, Thom. Kitchen.
.;
110 N. it. C. HARVEY, Pre.mlont.
'P. T. Ann Alts, View Pre,iidont.
'l'ttos.lilrcacs, Socretury.
J. A. LIPPERT, Agent,
No. 65 Fin
MONONGAHELA
INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF PirrsBURGH.
JAMES A. HUTCHLSON, Presideu
lIENRY 11. ATWOon, &.eretarY.
OFFICE, No. 9$ Water Street
WILL INSURE AGAINST ALL KINDS OF FIRE
AND MARINE RISES
ETs— nu m. 1859.
Stock, D Ass
ue Bills payable nu dem W and, and Be
cured by . two approved nanteA $115,:z0 00
Bills ReCell7,lll, 30„e45
bills lti,cnunted 600 40
113 slctre9 Alecitanica• Bank muck, cost tutz.:oo
100 " Citizens' }tank 0.170 uo
" Exchanr,o Bank " " 2aoo 00
Bank ot Pittsburgh '• " 2,750 00
Balance of Bost: Acceunte 4054 99
Otlick. Ft trautttre
400 00
Cash
04,113 01
$29,614
UENRZ 31. ATWOLD, Secr,3etary.
DIRECTORS:
Jamea A. Butelti,,, 1 -
Wm. B. 11"Itne,, .''
Oeor:.:e A. Berry
William 8e.., Robert Dalzell.
Jonep
Wibun Mille l, Kirkpat
: John APE, .. ~..
my 2:
l A'rn. A. Caldwell, . ' "
Indemnity Against Loss by Fire.
THE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
M P.IIY OF PHILADELPHIA. Office, No. 43.5
aw 1137 ell FISTN I STREET, near Fifth:
STITEXISrT A 55.1.1 1 ,. JANUARY lat., ISO.
Agr,citly to .48 art of Aventbly. Gang:
tr,t nat;ng,k,, amply aeeureil 81,731,1'4,9 89
Ref ' &tate, kprei.ent value Stutl.ala 61,) rust. 77.7114 71
T. uq~rarrl~uwn .a ample Collate rat See'ts 88.:110 '29
t p at vier 7:2,) e/°/ 71.8171
N..te. tuel Bills Iteeeiraide 1,808 10
Ca: 41
420.1 3t.;
...!,016,. - elis
The only profits fr.n, premium, which ttint ettlnpany
Ito ,11,1,1 t, tov, 51.• tiont r0,t;.4 who.h Itme 1,..0.n do
•o-ountl.
Ito•ot.o t es, mot.. on erotic description of Property, in
',ram nod Country, tit rait-::L'low tt. , ; aro couti,t,nt uitti
eistrity.
their inrorporat,on, a poriod of thirty years,
loy have paid by Fire, to an amount. exeeedity
our 31tIlions of rollars. thoreby evido f
nt nee o
1.• advaag. of Irimaraboo. well tlifiability and
.4
1,6011
paid durmg the year 1N.',a,11A.0.1,50r, b 7.
Churl,. W. liatti•ly•r, Mordeeui D. LeWi
'l . o.ht, IV:lgno.r, D.tVid M. Brown,
Simiii,lCr.izrt, 1.f11te.1,3.
.Eir.4.6 It. limit it. Edward C. tub.,
t;,,,,,,, W. IndtinrdA, i;eryrize Fldes,
cIiAS. N. TtA.NCKER, Prt,ill.,
EI•IvAI:1i i' . DALE. vit., I•r;.-.ido.tit.
WM. A. STE El_ :-‘.4l;dury pi, tee n
J. 4 ;AILIIN El: CtiFFI.N, Ag Ki d,
trl 14 N;1rtti......4 ;•;;idi, Third and Wo4nlird.ot
FIRE INSURANCE
Of Philadelphia,
OPEICE SO. 9J9 W.I LNI7 T STREET.
,1 - ' 1 ' 1 4,..5 276 •*48 43
t'76.178 4:
(1,111 'I"INI.I.EY. Pre,,lent.
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('Edttritional.
ST. FRANCIS' COLLEGE
( So.
SYNOPSIS
EVEHY VARIETY OF SHOES
lIIESMIII
1859 SUMMER ARILA.NMEINVI&S9
On and After Monday, April 11th.
Pennsylvania Central Railroad.
NINE DAILY TRAINS. •
THE THROUGH MAIL TRAIN leaves the Passenger
Station every morning, (except Sundays,) at zzo a, K .,
stopping only at principal stations between Pittsburgh,
J01111:401V11, Hamsbnrg, Philadelphia, and a t all regular
stations between Johnstown andliarrlaburg, connecting
at Harrisburg at 1 P. X, with train for Baltimore direct,
arriving in Philadelphia at 5:00 P. ar.
THE FAST LINE leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at
4:20 P. M., stopping only at principal station.cmaking
direct connections at Harrisburg for Baltimore, and
arriving in Philadelphia or Baltimore at A. M.
THE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves. the Station every
evening at 8:50 P. x., stopping only at Greensburg, La
trobe, Johnstown, Wilmore, Gallitzin, Altoona. XS, con
necting at Harrisburg with the train direct for Baltimore,.
and arriving in Philadelphia at 10:00',t. x.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS:
THE JOHNSTOWN WAY PASSENGER TRAIN
leaves daily (except Sunday) at 6:00 o'clock, A. stop
ping at all stations, connecting with Indiana Branch
Train at 16.50 A. X.; and arriving at Johnstown 100 P. Y.,
Conemaugh, 1= P. a.
THE JOHNSTOWN ACCOMMODATION . TRAIN
leaves daily, (except Su g ndaya) at 2:50 P. a, stopping at
all stati s, on and runnin as far 6.9 rnaugh.
FIRST ACCOMMODATION TRAIN Cone for Turtle Creek
Bridge leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 10:40 a. a.
SECOND ACCOMMODATION 'RAIN for Turtle
Creek leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 4:30 P. tr.
THIRD ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek
leaves daily, (exee pt Sunday,) at ea)
TRAINS RE TURNINGarrive in Pittsburgh as fol
lows:—Express; 1245 ; P. Mail, 11:00 r. a; Fast Line,
12:20 A. a; JohnstOwn Accommodation, Hale A. a; First
Turtle Creek Accommodatien, 6:50 a. a; Second Ac-
COMMOdAtiOn, 12:30 P. x; Third Accommodation 605
Trains fur 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 CONNELLSVILLE TRAIN'S,
stopping at all stations on the Pittsburgh and ConnelLs
villa Road, leave daily, (Sunday excepted) as follows:
Mail Train, 7:00 A. If Express Train, '2:50 P. IL Return
ing trains from Pittsburgh and Connellsville Road as ,
rive at Pittsburgh 8:45 a. M. and &15 P. tr.
The traveling public will fiud 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 atone, and is entirely free frem dust; we can
promise safety, speed and comfort to all who may favor
this rood with their patronage.
P A 11.
No New York $l3 00 ITo Baltimore.. ' $0
Philadelphia........ 10 00 I Lancaster.- 865
Harrisburg,. $T 95.
Baggage to l Philadelphia,staions on the Pennsylvania
Railroad, and to , Baltimore and New York.
PASSellera purchasing Liege's in car, will be charged.'
ONE-HALF CENT PER - MILE in addition to the Station
rates, except (ruin stations where the Company has no
Agent.
NOTICE.—In case of loss, the' Company will hold
themselves responsible for personal baggage only, and
for an amount not exceeding $lOO.
N. B.—Tho Excelsior Omnibus .Lino has been
employed to convey Passengers and Baggage to and
from
the Depot, at a charge not to exceed ffe cents fur
each passenger and baggage.
For tii•kets apply to • J. STEWART, Agent,
At. the I'. R. R. Passenger Station,
hi Liberty and Grant streets.
NEW WESTERN ROUTE
Cincinnati, Louisville and St.Mouis,
174
TIM PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE 'AND DHI6AGO,
• •
CINCINNATI, HAMILTON A DAYTON RAILROADS,
VIA DELAWARE CUT-OFF.
Distanre Only 3'29 Mitts from Pitts Wry?. to Cincinnati.
This line is composed of roads of the first class, 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. IL A D. ,t
0. A 'M. Roads, being connected, fur
St. Louis,
g vansville, Cairo,
Memphis, Vicksburg,
Natche, New Orleans.
Connections made at Si. Louis with the Pacific Rail
road and Missouri River Packets, fur
KANSAS AND NEBRASKA,
And all points West. Also connects at Cincinnati with
Kentneky Central Railroad. for Lexington. Danville,
Frankfort. and all points in Central Kentucky.
Trains leave Perm street Station as follows:
Through to Cincinnati with
3.30 A. M. but one change of cars, ar
) rising at 13:15 P. x.
2.15 P. m. Exprosa Possangor Train, Sr.
riving in Crestline at 11:05 a.
x., Ctncinn . tti so) P. X.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH.
FARE AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHER ROUTE.
For all information and Through Tickets apply at the
Ticket Ottice, Corner Monongahela House, or at Penn
Statlt,ll.
Atir Pa, ,, engers desirtns of going this route will ask
for 'fickeis Ha Dul;twaro Cut-Ott
J. H. MOORE.% Supt. P., Ft. W. & C. R. IL
rovZ DAYL 51'1.A RE N, Sept. C. H. & R.
1859. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. 1859
E BA 1.T131011E AND OHIO RAIL
-1 nom.) COMPANY are now prepared to receive
:,m1 forward Merchandise under through bills of lading
to and from PITTSBURGH AND THE EASTER-LS
Rates guaranteed to be equally favorable with those of
this Penns:, lyinia Railroad Company, or any other
For informinion as to rtes. facilities, ete., Mc., appli.
ration nifty be mailo by letter or in person to either
Of the undersigned went,
At lILISToN Mose;Putler, earner State and Washing-'
Intl street:,
At XF:ll' YORK, C. W. Parcel!, Broadway, above'
the Hcatse. • • • , •
At I'fIPfAVEI , PI4I, cAolln 4 Coil - ton, corner
Broad and cherry streets.
At PHILADUNILI, Uelli t earner: SiZlh And
Chestnut streets.
At BALTIIIII IRK J. T. Engiand, Camden Station.
At PI 'FT s BURGH, J. A. Quighey, 144 Water street.
Partieular attention of merchants, manufacturers
and shippers generally,' of Pittsburgh, Allegheny City,
and vicinity. is elated to the facilities of this Nos Route
as compared with ethers, and their p.strenage and favors
are resptaghilli 4). - xE4lts. , • •
joitir (wne r4 l rreighe Agent 11 Q..jA it. Co.
EW ROUTE VIA RIVER AND
RAILROAD.
Indianapolis & Cincinnati Railroad.
Connecting nt Indianapolis with Terre Haute,
Torre Haute and Alton Railroad. to St. Louis and Lafay
ette. and Indianapolis; New Alban,' and Salem, and
Michigan Central Roads for CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND,
BURLINGTON, and all termediate points. -
Through Freight Trainee INDLANAPOLII3I, TERRE
HAUT% LA FAIETTE and PERU. • •
Freights carried front Cincinnati or Lawrenceburg
in
less time than hj any other route by Breedy-frtihotirb,
and gY hues: 'llia , manes
eau Marla
Trot LTEicfnutill to the "Weat," . Ithont
breaking liu/lEi
Consignments made to J. R. GIIIIIONS, Agent, at Cin
innuti: or, W. CLITTING, Agent, at Lawrenceburg,
will receive prompt attention, and no charge fur eO l / 1 -
11asSiOli ;no Charge far drayage or orninetarrean Laiorenre.
bum.
.....
Por further informationapply to THOMAS RATIGAN,
(No. Ilb'AVater street„) Agent of the Company, who is
pie prepared to give TliTtoo4ll at:CiaEPTS p, latliallapoll3,Terre
furisvdlLafayetto, Chtuag4, Peru, Greenctuatle, Craw
e, Charleston, Puts 4nd Mattionn. - -
LORD, President.
JNO. F. CHEEK, General Frei g htg Agent. mil
Glassware.
AL7Bau B. (TILLING irostias tonursom.
nurian DITHEIroz. ain't L. 111:1UWALT. •
P 'A URLING, ROBERTSON .G Cif„
Ma.
of Cut, Pressodand Plain Flint Gl.Acs.
RE.' Warehouse, No. 17 Wood street, corner of
Front, Pdtabnrgp.'
•31- All ether kinds of Giansw4re ud ,Window Glass
at low mark et prices
raplicUT
WA. ..4:. 'P. M . AR BUR O,
•
oreoaress AND 1 411r7FACTSIITAA OF • •
CIGARS,
AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.
NO. 45 WEST LOMBARD ST., BALTIMORE, MU.
We invite the attention of the trade to our large and
well assorted stock of German and . .. Domestic Clgare.
Our facilities for importing,: as well as the vtuiety of our
assortment are unsurpassed by any house in the State,
while large contracts made by one of the firm during the
dull times, in Germany, enable us to hold out extra in.
(Info - flouts to_ our friends at
.p:(2t. se...:ly
MT H: — 'g — CE .---- 1-.14"Lr15 I
im spvtilLusct itkick fild.4tostuacwiNFA.
pGrte d awl for sole by '. W. 4. .V.P.I Ilitliatrlio. ,
se2SAy Solo Agents, Baltimore, Md.
G ERMAN HARIYWTOE AND CU Imported and for sale at low_ figures, by , '
sealy W. A. AF. MARBURG, Baltimore, Md.
CARTWRIGHT & YOITITG,
(Successors to John Cartwright
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Surgical and Denial
instruments, Guns, Pistols, Fishing Tackle, etc., No. 86
Wood street. They give speelaJattention to the iusmiko
luring of Trusses, SapporWs; etc.:. Jobbing aintlietinir
ing with punctuality and despatch. . -BP/Z...,
i IIEATTENTION_.ok
..lifdDt:
RATE mran is , caped It& the trer !beanie of
fty of i!)9 gi§st`PPPIPIP '
in Dle Suomi Warq, AlleghenY City. -The, POPP. qrr
suited to this hard grass, and tigm will be gtven 4413 k..
all purchasers. Forlskreiontows inquire or.
ALEXANDER NAYS, Surveyor,
Corner East Common and Water Street.,
no 3 Allegheny City
V SAL- .
ALUABLE FARM F.Olt
II miles froth the city, just below Economy, and
about 34' of a "mile from the railroad station I 230 aeret4
about 100 in tine timber; orchard of fine selected4nnt,
of every yarlety; 75 to 100 acres of; coal;-.1wo gtoll
brick dwelling bonsai= of wide hall !um. thb;4301:1%, TOM'
rooms bn each floor and finished AMC,. barn ;. stabl er
ete:' The property has a large front oft'thWOhid'rifer;-
Beaver road Yuns through-itt.ail-under good fence;
springs of water in every fl!ld;.isr well adapted for a
atock farm or for gardening purposes; For price
terms apply at our office. ,
ring. & CUTIIBEET,t BON 01 Market at:
QTA NDARI AT D EIL ,
LITERATUHE.-7rrinrs works, , new 'editions;
wall 41 1 1.4'440P .. ..... . ...
w„„00, Novels,kist fiiiitiotl6, Tofißga r47lea•
ND's Diary and .
‘ - ' ° lT es ßaaclanCe..».—.,,, 4 Tcaume s .
D'tsraell's ustnositles of Literature . .... ... . .... 4 - .
Prescott's Complete Works, library style 16 a
Strickland's Queen's of England ....... -..........— 7 .
... .. 1. ..
. . .
.
Hugh 11Eller's Works.:. 8c0t1an d.. ....... . ........... ....-
Noctes Ambrosiana. .... ... . ....... 6 .
. ... . ...... -. . ..
Boswell's Life of Johnston. ' ....... - '
' 4 ' 0
The Spectator, a new edidon by Chalrners.; 8 "
Flanders' Lives of the Chief Justices____ 2.
Life and Works of Frankim " ' 2
. Works of
Webster 6
Life and Times of John Milton. by !demon,
Edgar A. Poe's Miscellaneous W0rk5._:...... 4 • • ...
Iry!
rt
Comp Werks,4nolsding Rp h- • ..
la n and Wolfe'aßbost.
ap i KAY, , k •CC/.. s 6, ,Wand street.
,HECK BOOK--an all thel3anks, for.salq
b 7 J. E. WEIDIII,.
63 Wood street near null&
A ES--5 •I .zo. for :c.•
*IS Celingri,
Cleveland & Pittsburgh Railroad:
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY April 27, trains wilt leave the Depot of the Pennsylvania nail:red, in Pitts
burgh, as tel Pittsburgh, acycland and Mileage Low.--Expreas trains
leaven Pittsburgh at 12:15 a. a., and 1115 r. x.,10r Cleve
land, Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit, Milwaukee, Chicago, and
the North West. The DOS P. x. train connects at Bayard
with trams for all pnnts on the Tuscarawas Branch.
Pasnengers deniring to go to Chicago via Cleveland,
mast bo particular to ask for tickets via Cleveland.
Etter Line.—Express trains leave at 12:15 A. It, and
1.05ne; for Wheeling, Zanesville, Circleville, Colima
bun and Cincinnati. The 12.15 a. sr. tram stops at Wells
ville. Steubenville and stations below Steubenville. The
les P. N. train stops at Wellsville and stations below
Mail Train leaves at 425 A. W.; stopping al all Way Sta
tions en River Line.
Accommodation leaves at 590 - . t•. 314 running to Wells
ville
South only, stopping . at all Way Stations.
PlUibur Inn and tViititincin aort Lens via Step
stn,
Y., [orst Expreon at 12.15 a. a., and Express 1.174 P.
Newark, Columbus, Dayton, Indianapolis,
thil
Cam; St. Louis, New Orleans, and all points in
West.
The Express Train mns through froni Pittsburgh to.
Cincinnati, withiout change of cars. Splendid Sleeping
Cars attached to each Express train.
Passengers .desiring to go to Oalunthas, Cincinnati,
etc., or any point "beyond Columbus, by the short line,
must be particular to ask for tickets via Steubenville.
Baggage checked through and handled free , of charge.
tions
Far cortaln.
o always as low as any other route, and connee
_
Through Tickets can to procured at Pittsburgh, Mar
risburgh.Pheladelphia, New York and Boston.
F. It. MYERS, General Ticket Agent, Cleveland.
.NO. STEW ART, Ticket Agent,
ap27 Liberty Street Depot, Pittshur
_ .
RITTEIBITRGH, WAYNR. AND
CHICAGO RAILROAD,'
Completed from Pittsburgh to Chleago 1
. .
WOO DRUPFSSLEFI'RiG.CARS ATTACHED. TO ALL
~ r nt NIGHT TRAINS,
THROUCth WITHOUT CE..4.4173 , .g OF CARS!
ON AND AFTER , WEDNESDAY. ,TUNE lath; 1856
Trains • will „leave the Station, corner of Liberty' and
Grant atreets; Pittsburgh, as follow :
Leave Pittsburgh. -CresUine.
Express. 12:15 , a-u. ' 6:56 A. IL -
Mail ..... .. 6:50 A. u.
Express 12:50 P. Y. 8:45 P. Y. 2:30
ARRIVE AT CHICAGO-,Ernress, 6:47 P. X.; Express,
8:17
ARRIVE AT PITTSBURGH—MaiI, 6:23 F.4ktaatt
3.30 P. a. Express, "2:13) e. u.
ACtIaiIMODATION TRAINS., from Federal street,
Allegheny, for New Brighton, 9:30 A. - x., arid P. K.
From " 0:03..12:10 .
Through trains connect a 9 POI/oW9 :
At Alliance, with trains on the Cleveland and Pitisburgh
Railroad.
At Orrville. Ohio, to and from , Millersburg, Akron,-Cuy
hoga Falls, etc. '
At Mansfield, Ohio. for Mount Vernon, Shelby, San
dusky. Toledo, Detroit, etc.
At Crestline, for Delaware, Springield, Columbus, Cin
cinnati. Xenia, Dayton, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Louis
ville, etc.
At Lath Foretc, est,
Mc for
.Springfield, Sandusky, Dayton, Cinein-
At Lima. for Sidney. Dayton, Cincinnati, etc; eta.
At Fort Wayne, for Peru,' Lafatette, Ind, St. Louis, and
intermediate ports in Central Indiana and Illinois.
At Plymouth for Laporte.
- .
At Wanatah for all points on the New Albany and Salem
And at Chicago, with trains for all points in Thinnts:
lowa, Wisconsin and Minne_sota.
For further information and ihrorgh ticketa apply
J. STEWART, Ticket Agent; -
Palseuger Station, Pittsburgh
H. C. STEVENSON. Ticket Agent,
Passenger'Station, Once of
Tickets for sale at the Ticket Office of the
Company on the hue of the read, to all parts of the
United States. • ' J. .1. HOUSTON,
jet& Cleneral Passenger Agent, Pittsburgh.
jledieal:
PRIVATE DISEASES. --DR. BROWN'S
MEDICAL and SURGICAL:Office, No. 50 SMlTEf
field street, Pittsburgh, Pa
Dr. DROWN is an old citizen of Pittsburgh, and has
been in Practice for the last tteenty-fire
,years. Ells busi
ness has been confided mostly to Private and SurgiCal .
Diseases.
CITIZENS AND STRANGERS
in need of a medical friend, should not fail to find out
the sure place Of relief. The Doctor is a, regulargredu
ate, and bis experiencein the treatment class of diseases
is a sure guarantee to the sufferers of obtaining perms,
nent relief, by the use of his remedies and following
advice.
DR BROWN'S RF..MEDrES
never fail to cure the worst form of Venereal Diseases,
Impurities arid ScrofuKus Affections. Also;alldisestses
arising [tom a heredittug taint, which manifests itself
in the form of a tatter, psoriasis, ands greatnartny forms
of skin diseases, the origin of which the patient in en ,
tirely ignorant To per so afflicted,Dr.Brown offers
hopes of a sure and speedy recovery. •
SEMINAL wEARNEss. •
Dr. tknwn's renaedies for this alarming trouble,
brou,glytear often by that solitary habit of sensual gratl
fication:'Which the young and weakned often give
W a y to, (to their own ileatruction,) are the only reliable
remedies known in this country—they are safe, and
make a spetaly restoration of health., . ,
- RHEUM ATI
Dr. Brown's remedies never f S ail M.
to cure this
_painful ,
disease in afar days — he will warrant a cure. He also
treats Piles, (Meet, Gennorrhcea, Stricture, Drethlil 'Dis
charges. Female Weakness, Monthly Suppreienons,Dis
eases of the Joints, Fistula in Ano, Nervous Affectiors,
Dines in the Back and Kidneys, Irritation of the Blad
der, together with all diseases of an impure erigin.
A letter 'describinßSll •
g the sytnpterns, containing
directed to DROIVN, No: Mreet, Piciy
burgh, pp.., will arninediately ansWered.lifecßeinp
serration
sent in tica a4 dre , st safely Patihrli - alid Wein (rein tike
.
Office .and Private Booms, No. MI Smithfield 'wee
Pieta - um/h. Pa. dot
To lebiing. /dem , , •
ALL WIIO ARE SUFFERING FROM.
the effects of you th ful excess, self-sbuse,.or the
debility tuising from Sexual Deiense; can be surely and'..,
pertuaueutly restored to perfect health, etrenOktutd, '
vigor, by using the • - ' • ' '
ELIXIR
Thla most valuable IktedieineispreFared from a r
teipt of an emmentlMrisianPhyelman,antliseortatantl
used in Europe .with never taillug success. It wil
thoroughly remove all . . •
NERVOIPS DEBILITY, . . - .
IMTEDIME MAI3RAGE,
And will restore the Sufferer and the impotent to a state .
of perfect manly vigor. It thoroughly eradicate the
effects of either • - •
. .. . . .
MMUCtrig , Y pr .P.I3E4SE,
From which so tunny thousands are contia' Emily sure;"- .'
ing without knowing a remedy: , .
The east of cure is trifling. One bottle Malta on •
month, and is suitable for either set. Sent free by nast --- .''
Woadparts of the tnted.States. '. . , • , ,'
ro,,rliee, $1 per Bottle.; ; '
D. H. ANDS SON,
• 2.51 Broadway
,
N.B.—A Cizeular containin g full particulars and
Lions will bp seut entry each .bottle, and tres.tbaimy'ad. "
dress, ou./tpplication.
Address,
, WARPEDIWARPED .
LOCAL , .
WA
me4'..irntiaw-pod. -
--- I E. E]. P v LIC.E.--. ..
, , .
Choice Tennessee Drted . "ettaties .1. .- -• • -
'Du Dried Apples;
• Small White - Beane; .• • - .
Pearl Hominy; , . , ' -
' ..
_Fresh Tomatos, in Tin prtni.i
-Do' B riVerries; •• " •
Pearl 'Starch; -
.... . •
Stlaw. WrzlPPlttg. Paper, all sizea, in store and
for m e by - JAMES A. FE:TZER,
.eornerAtfarkeFandebt.„
,THE---EUAR-Ekrrl 4 1 4q 1 55. • I -_.s /Irk
..j, UN ITETY . STAT-,Tust received four Rosewood ..
rutind cornered 6,_ 1 / 4 and 7 octave : pianos, manufacturedby C. H. Hays A . Co - ., Norwich. They are made with a
fulliron frarne with French Grand Action, and madein.....
all respecta after the Oesignlocaha-peatintdotte, 1, if i .f 3!,)
oygoetares for • --
They will be sold onl
200 - - - 411•5" 00
.
00
y for OM, u the var - small com
mission charged for selling., - ond the extreme low prices
obtained by tlie manufacturer,s will not justify tbetn to
sell on credit: FOY Nalo 1). --'',• - -- -.--',• - --
Zinn-% JOHN H. MELLOR, SI Wood streer.
...._
.____________,___
10 uGAIts._,IN.- O. Sugar, Crushed, -- Lump; -
AD Pulverised and Coffee;Hiumrs for sale low, by the
Wrel, at IR.WOIiTIi I•I3 ROWNLEF7O ; , +.
few -'• I ' 7 1si " . • '-.' ,2 -, . ti&l.--;
4 T iap l e 'li , , ,L : h i e l ny - , t k ri .:l ;c 4 : l t; l :a n each 4-fee A' : front tT •
e.,., eep,and a berck tivvehsngof hall, two ISiirldrs, dintoi.
room, kitehen, wash-house, four chiunbera, and Raabe • -
utile, a good kellar under the whole house; hydrant, km .
For sale by . . S. CUTHBERT d SON,mriT • ,
- . ,
' M . Market street. . - '
' rPHAY ER 'S FLUID EXTRaCTS.7,-A
j_ largo assortment of Fluid Extracts from the nee-.
Grated laboratory of Thayer & Co, just received and for
sale by - -_ L. WILCOX, ' *
rmrl7 Corner Smithfield and Fourth tita.
ITUVEitS.E.T..)-7-44...buf*,-. el7 3 qed re-
Ika eeived and for idleby- -•-
rnr/ 1., ' , 1 act
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A 7 R ATOG A WATER.—A supplY of Con.
green WeerndergEimfireeptiig IffeSlll.s*"
ItOga, rOpiveq ant! tor cafit
conier Smithfield itrul Fo fshit
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LW dozen Lemon Syrup;,-
10 do Raspy rry Syru •
- 10 •dd Stiawberry Syru p; R.
10 do Pine Apple Syrup—for sale b
OTATOES:--1135 bbls. arrive,'an to
sate by (mr') HENRY H. COLLINS.
ptitO ER
L." grosS for saleby' B. A. FAHNINTOCK CO,
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mr2D ' , Corner of Wood and First streets.
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nbt E -- ;040
kelOtoleGtolJe 4 dB ro
NAI. Mitoses; bi ask! barrels, in store 4
=idler sale by ItA,WORTH t BROWNIZE;
IME.-200 bbls. fresh, this day res9ivins,
bY• • • imr26) ' ITKNEY COLL/Na.
A T EAST-I4LBERTY---Ye a-giwtek
acreS of land, bounded by the Railrml and Thrti
pike, with a stream of wrYer ronnictg throtigkWa Tery. 4: ,
desirable location for residences. and convenient to the
city, will be sold by S. CUTH BERT 4 SON,.
mr= .• • • 6 1.11darket street.' -
A }MOLD'S FLUlD—Arranteci genuine,
GS woca L SP 3eat , Ic ru - '
USBAND'S CALCINUI F ourth.
Alt • • •
5 gross for sale by
B. L. FARNESTOctIi &
•Dta co. corner TrixtrtliVirood
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Wiz supply of pure Still Catawba
inc for medicinal pe4Pasee, Those wishing Wag
111 this line should call aud examine - In stoc
parchaeing elsewhere. JOS. `G.
earl 'Corner Thameodarsi Marini saris*
3MF 15U
bbls: Louisville Lime for &le
•-t Y HENRY. H. coLum
Fort Wayne
len P. X
9 EmNA4 kakrisspt),NE
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