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• Tertnsltlye Dollars a year, payable strictly in ad-
TIMM• Six dollars Invariably required if not pawl with
in the Tear.
Aliroing.le copies, Two Cents—for sale at the counter
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A MAMMOTH WEEKLY,
ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR,
IN CLUBS OF FIVE,
gingte Subscrltittons $2 Per Annum.
CONTAINS ALL THE CURRENT NEWS OF THE
DAY, Political, Literary, Agricultural, Commercial, Lo
cal, Telegraphic and Miscellaneous-
The Paper being of the taaarsrr star, and neatly print
ed, ou fine white proper, inlarge, clear type, will be found
by the subscriber to give better satisfaction than any
paper Published in Pittsburgh.
Those who wish - 6
take a roper from Pittsburgh, will
find the SATURDAY3.2IORNING POST a safe and profit
ble investment. Address
JAMES P. BARR,
Editor and Proprietor.
MORNING POST JOB OFFICE.
BARR & MYERS,
BOOK &JOB PRINTERS
Corner Fifth ft Wood Ste. Pittsburgh.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
PLAIN & FANCY PRINTING
Executed in the tines! style
IL 3FiL co 13 ,
datmmatiat, Vercantile ;; gegal
At short notice, on reat,ount.le terms.
Partie l alar attention paid to the Pritatmg of
POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, Si.c
For Concerts, Frilll,ll=3 and Ciroaso
LARGE ADDITIONS OF NEW TYPE & INACHINER
/PCMG SZIMMT DILI MAIM TO TITO ISTABLISHELNT
ihe facihties for turtling out Work with promptness an ,
despatch cannot excelled by any other
°limn in the city.
Ilusine,ss o_l*.ards.
J. LISETET Darn. JO/17( PAILLIPS. 308. B. DAVIN
[Flnn cf J Ti
DAVIS Si, PHILLIPS,
• (Successor.' to Phillip, s Co.]
Brass Founders and Finishers
PLUMBERS, GAS & STEAM FITTERS,
DELISREI IN
CHANDELIERS, PENDENTS A; BRACKETS,
STORE, ,NO. 67 WOOD STREET,
FOUNDRY AND SHOP, No. 148 FIRST ST.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
& C. P. MARKLE
Jot and all Kinds of Wrapping
PAPER,
(WAREHOUSE, NO. 27 WOOD STREET,
PITTSBURGH, PA
sail-Ra. bought at market prices
PHILLIPS Si. CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WHARF BOAT PROPRIETORS AN L
SHIPPING AGENTS of Illinois Central Find
road. Mark Goods, in all canes, to our care.
no2filydaw—Jlo
TOS.' FLEMING, successor to L. Wilcox
Co., corner of .Market street and the IMunond,
keeps constantly an hand a full assortment of DRUGS,
MEDICINES, MEDICINE CH EST S, PERFUMERY, and
ally articles pests/sing to the business.
AZ. Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded
at Ell hours. • jeg:y
WA1.117-7. MA.II3IIALL. ...mezpu U. utorms.
WP. MARSHALL & CO., Importers
e and Dealers in French and American PAPER
HANGINGS, No. 87 Wood street. Pittsburgh.
iigr Sale agents Mr the celebrated manufactes of
Messrs. Delicourt A Co., Paris. ur
an 7
ItEYMER & ANDERSON, (successors to
Joshua - Rhodes & Co.. wholesale dealers in FOR
EIGN FRUITS, NUTS, SPICES, CONFECTIONERY,
SUGARS, Ike., No. 87 Wood street., opposite the Sr_
Charles Hotel, Pittsburgh. up 2
M. LITT L E ,
S.TMEC.CI-1.2:1.N . T TAILOR,
NA.` 54 ST. CLAIR STREET,
(Dr. Irish's New Building,)
FULTON, BELL AND BRASS
.FOUNDER, No. 70 SECOND Street; Pittsburgh,
• is prepared to furnish to order,
CHURCH, STEAMBOAT, FACTORY AND OTHER
_ BELLS, OF ALL SIZES,
.
From 10 to 10,000 pounds.
CHIME BELLS mule to order. STOP AND GAUGE
COCKS of all sins for Steamboats.
MINERAL WATER PUMPS, COUNTER RAILINGS,
and every variety of Brass Castings finished in the
neatest manner.
BABBIT'S ;ANTI-ATTRITION METAL; FUL.
TON'S PATENT MERALLIC PACKING, for Steam
Enl'nes. ap"M:ly
L . WILcox,
APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST,
(brow of Smithfield and Fourth Street-
Ravine- resumed the Retail Drop Business at the
above well 'mows, stand, established by me in
1848, (lately known as J. Abel & Co.'s) and baring
enlarged and improved the same. 1 shall endeavor, by
close personal attention mud careful supervision of the
business, to merit a confirm:sue,. of U. , hatrullaue here
tofore so liberally bestowed. Pure :Lod 1111:1111/1teraled
medicines alone will be kept, and a full assortment o
articles usually sold in first class establislmient,, wii
always be on hand.
Prescriptions accurately compounded at all hours.
Country Physicians furnished with pure flied:
eines at lowest prices. 1.. wll.uux.
nol • Cotner Smithfield and Fourth str,
SAMUEL FAHNESTOCK,
• IbIPORTEICAND DEALER IN
foreign and Domestic Hardware,
No 74 .Iroal Street, liitzburgh
The subscriber has received, in addition to his fall
stock of Hardware, and a very heavy stook of Meat and
Sausage Cutters and Stutters, and a very large stock of
Sleigh Belts, loose and on strings, of a much superior
quality to that usually sold in tho market, all of which
will be sold on the lowest tonna
SAMUEL. FAHNESTOCK. '
COUNTRY RESIDENCES FOR SALE.—
A Valuable property of six acres, with a good dwel
ling house, orchard and garden. throe-fourtfla of a mile
from the city, $5,500. A LI desirable property of •20
acres, attour miles from the city, with guud brick direl
g house, 500 fruit trees, grapes and st oii (rims,s6,ooo.
Also, an excellent property of 3%aeres, good house 1000
f ruit trees, &c.; situate at 4 miles from the city , ir2,600.
The above are all in healthy and pleasantkw:A[l°o,, and
immediate possession can be had.
B. CUTIIBERT & SON,
. .
1 0 % Real Estate Agents, 01 Market LI.
FAS.—A choice selection of Black and
Green Teas, in store and for sale Wholesale or Re
tail,, at the Pagoda Tea Store, corner of tho Diamond
and Diamond alley.
fo2l
IikArACA_RONI..--25 boxes Italian
jjj., VERMICELLI-25 do do;
OLIVE OIL-25 dozen genuine, in quarts;
25 do • do in pints;
• -G do Lucca, in Florence
flasks, inst received and for sale by
REYMER & ANDERSOIi,
a B9 Wood st., opposite fit. Charles Hotel.
ORY MEAL.-3O bbls. Choice Sifted
Meal; 20 bbls. Choice Unsifted Corn Meal just
received and for sale by JAMES A. FETZER,
a 99 corner of Market and First sta.
OTA.TOPS-500 barrels for sale by ,
mut.
HENRY fi:001,
.'yq l ig. • '
•• " •
't t
'O , l 4 !"..
79. :I`‘
Corner Irwin Street and Duquesne Way,
PITTSBURGH, PA,
B. D. MASKER, -
The Scott House is now completed and open for
guests. It is situated in a central part of the city,
be
nt convenient to all Railroad Depots and Steamboat
bindings.
The 'House was build in 18.58„ with all modern nn
provemeiats, and splendid style—the entire Furniture
being new—and will in every respect be a liret else Hotel.
Fine STABLE'S are attached to the prentieee. I
CORNUCOPIN, RESTAIIII.4.IIiT,
THE ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS
and others is directed to this establishment. which
has been recently fitted up for the purpose of affording
a SUBSTANTIAL EATING HOUSE IN A CENTRAL
LOCATION. Country folks attending market are par
ticularly Invited to coll. Everything pertaining to an
EATING SALOON will always be found, of the freshest
the market afford:,
SEETON'S OLD sTAND,
JOHN SAVAGE, Proprietor.
Having taken and fitted up, with all the modern im
provements. this popular resort the subscriber is pe
pared to accommodate his old customers mid the public
generally, with the best the market Affords. oyster.,
will be served up in 'every variety of style. during the
reason. Ms Wit es, Liquors and Ales he feels confident
in reeommendin g to the public for their excellence.
nolU:ly
OYSTER AM) EATING HOUSE,
NO. 111 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH.
LAKE AND EASTERN FISh,
F 1 II PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE °TB-
All In their Proper Season.
no26] GEO. REIN EMAN ...%; CO.
MANSION HOUSE, UEO. AU RENTZ,
Proprietor, No. 344 Liberty street, just beside the
Passenger I /mint of the Pennsylvania Rffroad. which
maims it the most convenient house in the city for pas.
stingers arriving by that road.
The proprietor having, at considerable expense, fitted
np, in excellent style. the 'MANSION lit AISE. would re
spectfully solicit a shorn of public patronage. There
ie
attached a splendid ST.ABLE :ma extensive It'AtollN
YARD, affording =ply acciontnisititit in to truce lore and
teameters. his Larder and liar will tie flit . ..died with
the best the market can afford. fuLy
e rmen.
CHARLES W. LEWIS, A LDERM AN,
ANT , ExL , FFICIO JUSTICE 07 TILE PEACE.
OFFICG ON TH E CORNER OF WI'LIE AND
4 - All business eomieeted with this otri,e .111 be at
tended to with romptne , s, conveniences of all kinds
done with legal aecuracy—such 0-4 La-e,14,
Bonds. Power of Attorney, tte. Titles to Real P.,tato
examined.
To the member of the 11..7 he tenders his services
Contnuseiuner to take Llepos••wris to be read in the
several Courts of this Suite, and c!,owliere. arty ,
is flue the main Pull, A Stalion ft. t eity, and e,
sequently his facilities in US...W.Ig 1• , ,111 , • , M .4 that
Lind are cert . desirable. felo:ty
BAILEY & KITCHEN,
Have removed to their new Pin-proof, White Marl,lt
North Side, Below' the Girard House,
Imported Jewelry, Plated NVare%, and
Fancy Goods,
- To alo,ll (11,c lava, the att,at.o of 01, pto,he
Silver-AV a re, NV n.t.clte•, Dlnntond• & Pearls,
THOMPSO:Ii &
House, Sign and Ornamental
PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS,
D Esii.vEß';-; N ENV SI PER 11\1P ERl.‘l.
EET MAP )1 , THE WAR. enibra
etng a full :Slap of Europe. and complete maps of Sar
dima and Lmbardy, Austria hal) ; the ohole criy
bodiedl , lle impertal sheet. -isc ::1;3..1 Mole,.
fury.-lung stieli reliable geography,' inlormanon ,
aannot Is. procured from :my other i.oud.e.
ako contains Statistic.. care tulle emmulcd from the it
test rehaLlt,,uth“rin., , ,wrln . : the 5*11,..a1l
and noeics of the Powers of cmr.rpe, with lire-f accounts
of the Ixadors and ihmerals of the ti sing trill;. w
the pre,ent struggle. Also correct mid
pp hand. por•
trait 011.0 ms Napoleon 111.. Emperor Frams.. s
antler 11.. Kin p.'ror of all the Km-ms; Pe ti te.. Joseph 1..
Emperor of Au-trl.. and Victor Emanuel 11.. Kum of
Santana. For talc by \V. S. HAVEN.
corner WOOki and'l'lnrd. and
"e'27 Market and SP,..l,treeN.
T AS. MILLI N(4 AR, 1141NONG fIE.LA
111 PLANING MILL, would respeetfully tai will the
Publi , • that he hair rebuilt sine, the fi re, and having en .
itted hilestahlishment, and filled with the tiewe.t
and most t_iroved machinery, IS 111,0 prilylreil to fur
nish flooring and planed boards. serowl tatting and r,-
Hawing, doors, rash and shutters, kiln dried, frames,
mouldings. box-making. Lc..
South Pittsburgh, September 7, 1057. sell
CARPENTER WußK.—Carpentor Work,
It.pairtng and Jobbing will bu pr.enittly attended
to :it the invert eledi prier, and the ehorte,t
astir , , by call= at the CENTRAL PLANINt; MILLS ,
Water street, taaween Federal and Bearer, Allegheny.
tin hand and will be made to order, Motilding,, Door-.
,Oltutters, Sash, Frames, Shelving, Fluoring. ete., hartng
noon but the best wood working inachin,y. We art.
prepared to fill all orders from builders, contra,•tors and
others. .1. & 11. T. PRICE,
G"''' ERl ES.--
150 hhds New Orleans Sugar:
50 btils Crushed du;
do t'otteu do;
25 do Eastwick's Syrup;
250 do choice New Orleans ;
10 tierces prime P ice, for sale by
\esl. 11. SMITH &
ap26 118 Second. i.nd 147 Front street.
FUR RFNT—A cotta,gt house of three
rooms. an :y• yard and INCU wiles from tie,
city. on the liftulaiielr. Field Blank Road. $5 per mouth.
For Rent—A dwelling houoY of nine roonis, two nerve
of ground. garden, fruit trees, etc, nou AL uerovilli
pin a year.
For kent—A large and comfortable house ou Steven
son street, eleven room s , gas and water-1240. -
For Rent—A large dwelling house, garden, shade
trees etc, carriage house MAI stable,,Ull B:1111, Lace,
Alle
gheny City—gust.
For Rent—A warehouse on Water street.
For RenC—A small store room On Third street.
Apply to 8. CUTHBEHT a BON,
ap2l 61 Market street.
FOREIGN NUTS--
100 Frail lraca Almonds, soft shell;
10 bales Bordeaux " " "
25 " Sicily " " "
.ILOIJERT J. A.TDEBSON
PITTSBURGH
HAWORTH 3 BROWNLEE.
it i.7
. t
Voids and Sestaurants.
SCOTT HOUSE,
Proprietor,
erly of the Marker House," Blairsville, P.)
BY ELI YOUNG, FIFTH STREET
IN THE DIAMOND,
ExcEr~s=oß.
AND EMAIL DtALIB, TN
TERS AND WILD GAME,
FIFTH sntEErs.
BAILEY Sc Co.,
Store,
Sl9 CHESTNUT STREET
PHILADELPHIA,
Where they are now clewnng a hteell
AT W /lOU:SALL AND BETA II
No. 13.► Third Street,
PITTSBURGH, PA
0-ntral Planing Mill, Walt,
nals Between Fed..ral and Pw:tver, Allegla:ny,
IMMO
uU ba[4,4 r•.ng},hsh \Valetas;
100
50 bbls. fresh Pecan Nuts;
bags Brazilian Cream Nutt ;
1000 bush. Ground Nuts;
5000 Cocoa Nuts;
Just received nod for sale by
REY M EH 8, ANDERSON,
No. 30 Wood ,treet,
out,, St. Clue-in,, Hotel,
SIJNDRIES.-
100 bus. Dried Apples
30 • Dried Apples--pered
75 •' Dried Apples—unp. •I;
16 dozen Corn Brooms ;
50 boxes No. 1 Starch :
100 bus. White Beans;
300 bundles Crown. Medium Malan Crown
Wrapping Paper, to store and for side by
JAMES A. FETZER,
stit Corner Market and First id reefs.
COFFEE. `_'oo sacks Rio, just landing and
for sale by WM. 11. SMITH .5, CO.,
up2l-1 Second and Front etroet,
S HAWLS, DRESS GOullS, NEEDL
Work, Mourning Gooth , , and Domestic., very itm
C. HANSON LoVE,
No. 74 Market tr e L
T -
oSEPH ]IORNE, No. 77 Market Street,
freceived another lot of • the NEW MATINEE
his IRT, and Douglass & Sherwood's superior SKIELE-
TqN SKIRTS, with Ow. adjustable Bustle. Also, Nrlnte
and gray Mechanic' Corsets, in all SILOS. fe_i
FSweet oranges, reeeived this dav—for sale by
irtsT OF THE SEASON.-100 boxes
ItIiIYMER & ANDEKSON,
No. Ni Wood street
fe2l oonositssaini St. Charles Hotel.
-
G" '--
e ER I F. :..;7Evc — Wing commonly
kept inn first eines Wholesale and Retail Grocery
and Wine and Liquor establishment, eau III• had on the
most reasonable terms, at
11AWoRTII a 13ROWNI FE'S
~.. ,
fe2
__
1 in the I inimond
_ _____
SARATOGA WATP,R - -A stipi;ly of Con
greys Water, also Empire spring R user, fresh from
Saratoga, just received and fur note Ly
L. Wiwi ix,
att. corner Smithfield and Fourth eta
YRUPS.- --
200 dozen Lemon Syrup;
10 do Raspberry Syrup;
10 do Strawberry Syrup;
10 do Pine Apple Syrutor sale by
1:110 T ATOES.-13 ,
sale by (Ine.f.A)
10t ..a.fi Rgy t. N . :.L e S t !l orn A B..„ K irk
.0 1r ,
e i' Es A j L do Ef l l ta A id. N e - roe . e — .l :2
111r.....41
-S
V 'WI? AND MOLASSES.—
z bbls. New York Golden Syrup;
60 '• N. 0. Molasses, la oak barrels, in store
and for solo by HAWORTH & BROWNLEE,
fen , in the Diamond.
A T b‘
'AST LIBERTY-Five and-a-quarter
aereit ‘ of land, bounded by the Railroad and Turn
pike, with &stream of water running through it, a yery
desirable location for residences, and•oneenient to the
city, will be sold by S. CUTIIBERT ' Ic SON,
mr=
TY 'S FLUID EXTTS.—A
ent of Fluid Extracts from the cole
bratelidlarlAaboge''gmElo°r7Rof RAC
Thayer Co, just received and for
sale by L. 'WILCOX,
run Corner Smithfield and Fourth ste.
.`
=
SAMUEL C. WINUARD
Oflloo, No. TI GRAM' STREET, liotween Fourth
and Diamond alley.
1. FIISPSONO. 11111.1,11.
• • • •
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
tocether in tho prnetico of the Law, under lho
firm of SIMP":74(iN & Ring:A.
otlice, Nu. 9-1 FouRTH STREET.
E. SIMPSON,
O/ H. RIPPEY.
JAMI , ..S A. DUN
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC
SCOTT, DENTIST,
J• 11.0 removed to Ow house lately occupied by
Dr. W. A. WARD,
No. A7B Penn Street
(South side.) third door above Limed streeL
Air (Mei hoetre from OA. M. till 6P. M. IoPC/V
- JAMES S. KING,
DENTIST,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFIEE AND DWELLING TO
No. 100 Fifth Street,
coRNER cHERRY ALLEY,
1c14,4r444 his patrons :m4l irk t 3.1, aro 110411,4114/ 4,11
D R. L. ULDSIICIE,
PILAcTISI PHISICIAN
cunlinne , the. Pr... in all its various
branehes. OFFICE AN D 12F ,ADEN, :E. Nu. 132 GRANT
nearly oppo,t, C.ittit , dral, Pittsburgh.
dein:bin
J AM ES A. Ll ON RI E. Attorney at Law,
Fourth street, Pittsburgh, between
field and Cherry Alley. deltly
111 A 111,, Surgeon DentiA, succe,c,wr to
.0. w. Nu.l4lSmitlitield
crr 1,11111,11" 1 / 1 , from vight to 1 tiellock, 03 . 1 rr ,, n , 2
to I, u'el.ck. fclZnly
c eZilleS and 'Signors
. _
CLAYTON & CO.,
1/11./LUALII AND 10.TAII.
LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
No. 37 DIAMuNII ALLEY,
NEAR WOOD STREET,
PITTSBURGH, 1'.4.
.0 MWRy , I on hand, 1231'Ido•rry. Cherry and Cognac ,
Brandies, lld and Whn.ky, of
the very be , t quality.
E. P. MIDDLETON &
IMPORTERA OF
WINES, BRANDIES, &c.
DEA LEES IN
Fine Old Whiskies,
Nolan rituNT STREET,
PHILABRIPIII.I
JOAN BRIAR S. CO.,
IN
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND RECTIFYING DISTILLERS,
No. 155 Liberty Slrcel, 1 2 110tborglx, Pa.
, An hand. IV q.. 1 „n+,M..n..1,31Lt•1a
analtd,ol W 11,11)- • LI, Wild 111.,
Ra.l.la.m. and 4.ltar-r apr.!-O-
Zobacro and *gnrs.
w H. RINEHART,
• ANN 1,,LE11 1.1-1.
TOBACCO, SNIFF AND SECARS,
N IL I ~‘H.D , rnEr:r
LYON A IMNSTHAL,
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
AND
Virginia (lieu ing Tobacco,
WOOD STREET,
we NL Char', 11,1.4,
PrrNIUIR , ,II. PA.
upiture.
roirwiT NOTICE.
TN CoNSEQU ENCE lIF 1)E41,1N ING
I,:tith, Lrr Ir .I,ut retinal. from Lwi
n.->:+,
11111 i ott,r, for F:1:1 LAIW 1.,
MEE
11e for rtlit 1,1., ('1,1411.4 m.. 1 Chao t':...1 ,r) .
in Int.', or in part.and Room , 1,0% by Liu
iu til.• 1,1111
Ott it no the fir-. 1 of
Person, in want Of Ft:11,1;11i, WIII find 011,3 rare oi
p“rtututy Lie purclut-.., Ili. , pi i. , •- In•ttu , , put down
From 10 to •~5 per Cent
=EI
H. 11. RV IN,
ni);. .‘,1,1 0 HMI STRF:ET.
JAMES W. WOODWELL.
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS,
EIIBRACING evory of Furniture,
Rosewood, mahogany. Ittul Waluutootitable for
Par Chatul.ers and Dutlng Ituutu,, equal to any
tit New Yurli and l'1111:1110}111iN and at
Every art ale made by hand, and Warranted.
Cat net Tl Allen aupphed with any quantity
Furimun. and rea...mahle terms. Until
and mteatub.mis furnivile.l at dm ,hortost notion. War.
rum., I , v+. 77 and 79 Thinl Arvm, Pitud.urgh, Pa.
inrLltyd
PWWMWTrWIRiMI
EASTERN REPOSITORY.
JOSEPH WHITE
HAS JUST RECEIVED AT HIS RE
POSITORY, situated near the Two Mile Hun, be
tween Pittsburgh and lawrencev it lc. at splendid and gene
ral assortment of Carriages, Buggies, Sulkies, etc. Ilia
arrangements are such that he is constantly receiving
now and rieconal hand vehicles, mld the pull is may rely
am always finding a good stock on hand. Ila also Inflti
nructureH to order tot short notice.
CARRIAGES, ItCt;GI
and all pertaining hl the 611Ni111,S. 14n h eighteen years
praebeal e,Creriellee iu the bus an—s, and his well known
facilities, he flatters himself that he otters great induce.
[neat, to purehasers.
Saii- The establishment is toeatsd on the route of the
Exeebior Omnibus Line of Coaches, pa,sing the door
every fifteen MaitlteS. Selthth,
Carriage and Harness Repository,
pmumnweri
Carriages stored, sold and bought , on commis.
Repairing dour promptly. rrl lasers from the colle
still find a large assortment or
CARRIAGES, BUGG lES AN I) ii
Which will please thiirn, l otti to to quality:nod price
mySarir
C. WEST & CO.,
EiIIUFACTLILLP.9 OF
CARRIAGES,
ROCKAWAYS, BUGGIES, SULKII3 AND SLEIGHS
Air All work warranted to be of the best materials
and workmanship.
s. to arrive, and ro
HENRY H. COLLINS.
THE CLIMAX GRAIN FAN.
riIHE SUBSCRIBERS HAVING BOUGHT
the right to manufacture, in Allegheny and Arm
strong counties, the Climax Grain alga Seed Fan, the
factory will be found. at MUNN fi BARTON'S, corner of
Boyd street and Fourth street road. Farmers will find
it to their advantage to call and see them. They take
the premium everywhere that they have been shown.
They are neat, cheap and the fastest ever known.
W. INGLIS,
J. STACY.
no6lydaw
WINDOW RAPER—For sale by
J. R. WELDIN,
spa 68 Wood street, near Pourtb.
-; ' ; ',. - : . .. ! .•;'' ,.. ,t '''! . i.::'.; .-. ..: i.i,-,"`
professional.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Prrrestrain, PA.
OFFICE—No. 91 GRANT STREET.
C A- 'FL 3=l -
FURNITURE,
MERE
VA HNISH, Ely, EL ,El
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Otarriages.
JOHN S. SHAFFER'S
7 AND 9,
NOS_
PITTSBURGH, PA
Nu. 197 Perm Street, Pittsburgh;
at nth.
THE LAST FAST
r ~_t~~
"j.
~in~nrAl.
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK,
NO. 65 FOURTH STREET,
CHARTERED IN 185 5 .
OPEN DAILY, from 9 to 2 o'clock ; also,
on Wednesday and Saturday evenings, from May
lot to November let, from 7 to G o'clock ; and from No
vember lst to May Ist. from 8 to 3 o'clock.
Deposits received of all sums not less than ONE
DULLAIL, and a dividend of the profits declared twice a
year, in June and December. Interest has been de
dared semi-annually, in June and December, since the.
Bank was organized, at the rate of sir per cent. a year.
interest, if not drawn out. is placed to the credit of
the depositor as principal. and bears the same interest
from the first days of June anti December, compound
' ing twice a year without troubling the depositor to call or
even to present his pass book. At this rate, money will
double in less Loan twelve years, making; in the aggro-
gate ElOll2 AND eta-stove PER CENT. A TRAIL
Books containing the Charter, By-Laws, Rules and
Regulations, furnished gratis, on application at the
office
YALSTDIMT.
GEORGE ALBREE.
VICE PIUSSIDINTS.
Hopewell 'Hepburn,
James Silkily,
Jatnea I). Kelley,
Robert Robb,
Isaac M. Pennock,
Hill Burgwin,
John G. Bachoren,
John B. Canfield,
J. Gardiner Coffin,
Alonzo A. Carrier,
David Campbell,
John S. Cosgrove,
Charles A. Colton,
William Douglas,
Froueis
Benj. L. Fahnestauk,
James W. Badman,
William S. hares,
Charles linap,
E17.C1122111T AYD TIMASCILM.
CHARLES A. eul.TuN.
DUNCAN, SHERMAN & CO.,
BANKERS,
Corner of Pine and Nassau Ste., New York,
Isom Letters of Credit and Circular Notes for travelers,
ayailatan in all the cities of the United States. Canada.
the West India Islands, ete., similar to those in such
extensive use in Europe, turtu:3m
1.0051.4 THOS. WA
AUSTIN I.OOIIIS co., Dealers in
Pnnuissery Notes, Bonds, Mortgages, and all Se
curities for money.
Money loaned ou Checks at short dates, with collateral
securities,
NOTES AND DRAFTS DouGHT AND SOLD.
Persons desiring Loans eau be accommodated on
reasonable term,, and capitalise can la, furnished with
good securities at rentaueralirr prices.
Also, attend to the Salo, Renting and Leasing of Real
Estate.
lace, No. RI FOURTH STREET. above Wood.
nih2dy AUSTIN LOOM IS, Notary Public.
NT HOLMES SONS, Bankers and Ex
el3-I)¢e Brokers, and bealors in Notes, Drafts,
.tceepl:ua ca, Gold, Silver and Bank Note,. Exchange
on the Eastern and Western Cities couetantly for vale.
Convenor.v made iu all the cities throughout the
United States. Deposits received in par fund, or cur
rent paper, No. t.,7 Market street between Third and
Fourth streets. ljaarly
Grocers.
WILLIAM BAGALEY,
WHOLESALE GROCER,
Nos. 18 and 20 Wood Street,
I=l
11. smirm & co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
118 SECOND AND 147 FIRST STREETS,
Wm. Mum, . W. Itimaron, Pai.burph.
MILLER Si. RICKEiSON,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
BRANDIES, 'WINES AND SEGAIIS
ANL =l. rt.R:s, ER LIBERTY AN
!RWIN STREET -4,
li=
ND SOLE A O.EN TS FOE
SWEARER'S CITY GLASS
PITTSBURGH, PA
Iron, Sails, Cotton Yarns, Sc., ac., ('on
stantly on Hand.
M'CANDLESS, MEANS & CO
ESUCCLS:4OI. TO WWI I WCANDI.M.
WHOL E SALE GROCERS ,
ciLAs. , „ orrl'ON YARNS,
AND PITTSBUROU MAN LIFACTURESUEN SRALLY
Ctn., of 1rt..1 and 'Vat, Mrezts
Aorwarding and (toinnliSSlO
WILLIAM 11. YEATON,
;Commission Merchant,
NO. 216 SOUTH FRONT STREET, PHILADELPH
4.1 - Agent for lleidsick & Co.'s Champagne; Dutch
4, - ”rripsny Arnsterdam Gin; Havana and German, St,
gars; Wines, Brandies, ,te, in elli:toM House and In
so21:1y•
JOHN MOORIIEAD,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
PIG METAL AND BLOOMS,
NO. 71 WATER STREET, BELOW MARKET
NOTICE TO GENTS.—We have on hal
A LARGE STOCK 01
Gent's Patent Leather and French Calf
CONGRESS GAITERS
And STRAP SHOES, ichirh we nre lolling low
Hr. E. SCHMERTZ do CO
SUMMER MILLINERY.
Children's Clothing Eu►poriur
MRS. M. A. WEAVER
HAS (IPEN ED AT
(DP STAIRS, IRON CITV BUILDING
A lull am,ortment of
.I the lat,t etyle
CHILDREN'S CLOTLIINIJ kept coußtantly on lulu
nd mado to order.
Entrourt—Next door to the Trimming Store, toward
food street. toydhly
•
120
0
h'oc`.,le l otf I b a ' ll A tl i' ve E ri;ont A, + and cellar, un
Ann street, Allegheny, with lot of ground 20 feet front
by 110 deep to Rubinson street. Also, a cottage house
on Robinson street. Price fur all, ,z,vaw). Terms easy
fog S. CUTHBERT & SON, 51 Market st,
T EAS OF EXTRA FINE QUALITY
SELLING VERY LOW
The brut ni.surtment in the city will ahvaya be found e
'DIE PEEIN TEA STORE,
ivo. as Fifth Street, Nair Wood.
is2s S. JAYNE'S.
50(IR, AYER'S WORM. CONFECTION,
for sale by_
HARTIN ELL A SHEPHARD, Druggists,
fa Corner Wood and Sixth streets
• -
WINNER'S COLLECTION OF MUSIC
FOR THE VIOLIN, consisting of
COTTILLIoNS,
SCHOTTISCHES,
QuADRILL,
Pots" WALTZLY. MARCUM, lIORNPIPE.S, WU:LS, Jtas. FANCY
Ihtscrs, and other popular airs, arranged in an easy man
ner for the violin,he S. Winner. Price gents. Copies
mailed on receipt of_i.iriee.. For Kik. by.
JOHN H. MELLOR, rd Wood street.
REA L JAPAN BLACKIN ines
tirnablee composition, with half the usual labor, pro
duces a most brilliant jet black, ntrurds nourishment to
the leather, and is free from any unpleasant smolt. For
sale wholesale or retail, by
JOS. FLEMING,
corner Diamond and Market. etre!
BROW N'S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA
GINGER—An excellent family medicine, for sale
wholesale and retail. by JOS. FLEMING,
je.lo corner Market st and Diamond.
HERRING -10 bbls. E.4stport, new;
10 (to Alewives'. do
For We by WM. H. SMITH dr. CO,
j 118 Second, and 147 - Front streets
- -A
FOUNDRY IRON-50 tons Lake Superior
Foundry iron, to arrive and for sale by
HENRY H. COLLINS.
WINDOW CURTAINS—At Wholesale
and Retail, for tale by
mrlo W. P. MARSHALL k CO,
B EANs.-100 bushels, for sale by
WEL IL MEM 44 CO
Rn 4 11S Second, and 167 Fourth streets.
•
500 LBS. ROLL SULPHUR— F
HARTWELL & SHEPHa r , "I°
feat/ Omer Waxl and Et==ets
MIER
WEST ' BRANCH
Mutual. Insurance Company,
LOCK HAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY. •
CHAALTEE.Y.D BY THE I..P.GIBL.A.TUBB OF PENN
SYLVANIA.
Caoh $300,000 I Premium :toles $11.',343
THIS COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
Buildings, blerchandize, Furniture, de., in town or
country.
DLILLCTORS :—Hon. J. J. Pearce, J. B. Ilan, T. T. Abram.,
Hon. G. C. Harvey, Chas. Crist, D. K. Jackman, Chas. A.
Mayer, Peter Dickson, W. White, Thomas Kitchen.
HON. G. C. HARVEY, President.
T. T. Annals& Vice President
Taos. Kttetur.N, Secretary. .
J. A. LIPPERT, Agent,
de7.2 No. 35 Fifth street.
MONONGAHELA
INSURANCP, COMPANY,
OF PITTSBIJRGII.
JAMES A. HUTCHISON, President,.
HENRY M. ATWOOD, Secretary.
John IT. Shoenberger,
Alexander Bradlay,
James lierdman,
A. M. Pollock, N.
William S. barely,
`William J. Anderson.
WILL INSURE AGAINST ALL KINDS OF FIRE
P. A. Madeira,
John U. Mellor,
James B. I). I.derls,
James IWAuley,
Walter P. Marshall,
Wilson Miller,
Henry L. Ringwalt,
John M. Sawyei,
haorge S. Selden,
John D. Scully,
Alexander Tindle,
Theobald Urnbstaetter,
19luie Whittier.
ASSETS-I.iIAY 20ru, 1850.
Stock, Due Bills, payable on demand, and se
cured Ly two approved names. ..... - ..... .$115,L00 00
Bills Iteceivable. ............. ...... ......110 36,60 2
Bills Discounted FAO W
40 " Exchange Bank
SO " Bunk of Pittsburgh " "
Balance of Book Account
Office Furniture
Caeh
DIRECTORS:
James A.-Ilutchiaon, Georce A. Berry,
Wm. B. Holmes, Robert. DaDell,
William Rea, Joseph Kirkpatrick,
Wilson Mille John M'Devitt,
my 2S Wm. A. Caldwell,
Inddmnity Against Loss by Fire.
THE FRANKLIN FIRE. INSURANCE
COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. Office, N 0.435
and 437 CH EiTNUT STREET, near Fifth..
STATIZIOM OP , A 831.11; JAITUAILT ISt,' 180.
Published Agreeably to An Act of Assembly, being:
First Mortme3,runply - ' secured 11,731,009-59
Real Eotote, (present value 510.1. 7 1301,) cost. 77,704 71
Temporary Luau, on ample Collateral Sec'ts 08,530 29
Storks, (presrot value (4 , 0, - 6b7 72.,) cost. • 71,5471
'Notes and Bills Reerivable— 4,509 40
Cash. 42,0(17 30
The only profits from prrwimns which this company
in divide by law, are from risks which have been de.
rmined. .
Insurances made on every description of Property.in
Town and Country, at rates us low 'LS are consistent with
security.
Since their ncorporation, a period of thirty years,
they I, - e paid losses by Fire, to au amount exceedmg
Four of Dollars, thereby affording evidence of
the advantages of Insurance, as well as the ability and
disposition to meet with promptness all liabilities.
Losses loud during the year 1559, 51ue1,505 57. •
Georg W. Richards, George Fades,
CHAS. N. RANCHER, l'raiderit.
EDWARD C DALE. Vice President.
11M. A. STE ra., Secretarypro tern.
J. GARLNER. COFFIN, Agent,
m 'l6 Northeast corner Third and Wood streets
PITTSBURGH
TIIE
Reliance Mutual Insurance Co
Of Philadelphia,
On Buildings, Limited or Perpetual, Merehan
dize, Fur:niture, &c., in town or country.
Pittsburgh, Pn
CAPITAL, $177,031
lu vrsted as tulluwr., Viz:—
Fir:4 Mortgage on Improved City Property,
wont, double the amount 2111,000 00
Pe unn+l sni3 IrO:ulCv.'nl3l cent. Alo rtgage.
Loans, 5.30.000,, , 0,t.
Allegheny County ti p cent. l'enm.ylvania
11,01.tottd Loans lu,ooo 00
City of l'ltiladelphia. 0 cL Penn'. R.IL Loam 0,005,41 00
tisyl vaunt Itailrundt!onipatty Stork 4.010 00
Stock of the. Reit:unto Mutual Insurance Co-. 19,110 00
Stoek of County Piro Insurance :1,0:10 00
Stork of blelawart. 31. S. Insuratwe Company. 1:0 . 00
17ntou Nt. In , ltrunee Co's . . ... - . .. 380 1,0
bu,iness paper. ............ 30.373 43
Look Aceount, aevrned interest, ate 7,311 04
uu hand 41.111 in haul:. • 16,1.03 Ott
vlrrsl3l'llGll, PA
THIS INSTITUTION, naturally situated'
for Educational Purposes, affords all the induce
musty that can be desired for a Catholic Institution. It
is located in the most healthy and Picturesque portion
of the Alleghenies, distant four miles from Cresson
Station. on the direct mail route between Philadelphia
and Pittsburgh. The acholootio year commences the
first .s September, and will close on the lot day. of July
• • •
The derma for Board. including a thorough English
PITTSBuRair, Pd
No. 24 Fifth Street
SLIMMER MILLINERY
V' 4 .: '
•ft •
jtisintanre.
OFFICE, No. 98 Water Street
AND MARINE RISKS
• • •
Mechanics' Bank Block, cost 6,105 00
Citizens' Bank " " 6,11'5 00
=9,65331
HENRY M. ATWOOD, Secretary.
Ilardeeni D. Leiria,
David S. Brown,
Lee,
-Edward C. Dale,
filarles W. Itane
Warner,
t , ..lnnel Grunt.
R. Smith,
FIRE INSURANCE
OFFICE NO. 30S WA LS T STREET.
ASSET'S, $276,478 43
$27G.478
TlNGLlmPresiihnuL
Disr.vroas.
. . . .
nom Tin vier, Sa mite! Bispham,
William IL Thmnpann, - Itadrert Steen, .
Froilorike Drunn, Willnun3lusser.
Cnruolius Stevenson, Iletajannn W. Tingley
John It. Wurrel, II:mill:di Hill,
H. L. Carson. Z. Lothrop,
Robert Tobin), Charles Leland,
Frodoriel: Lonnie Jacob T. Bunting,
Chark, S. W.A . , Smith Beaten.
Jain., S. Woodward. John Bissell. eats.
B. M. II INCA MAN, Secretory.
J. GAF; I tNEnt CoFFIN, Aoent,
myla Northeast corner Third and Wood S-treet.a..
(Educational.
ST. FRANCIS' COLLEGE,
nder the Care of the Franciscan Brother
LORETTO, CA/11313U COUNTY, PA,
Seientifie course, Uro $lOO per annum,
The Claasiea and Modern Langimgem form an extra
charge of $lO per annum.
Washing and use of Bedding $lO.
For furtlig; Imrtieulara apply to the superior of the
Odle e.
References can he made to the Rt. Rev. Dr. O'Connor.
mrLclaw
YINUEN'I"S CoLLEGE AND SEMINA
RY, undlir the care of the' Benedicline'Fathers,
near LATROBE. WESTMORELAND COUNTY, Pa
In the College are taught the usual branches of En
glish Education.
In the Seminary, the Clic',sics, Mathematics,
Rhetorics, Philosophy, etc., and the different branches
of higher erudition neces.sary or useful to those aspiring
to the Priesthood.
The terms for board anti Tuition are $3O per year, to
be paid semi-annually, strictly in advance.
tterman and French, and officr'languag6ii, ltrawin g
Painting, Music, form no extra charges, excepting some
recompensatiou for the use of instruments. .•
rictliclitoi Wattling, li.mlts,Stationery,fte,-,fonnextra
Fur particulars pirectors of the College.
The Collegiate year bens on thc lit of September,
and ends on the Ltd of Jul y folloNsifig. "' • •
FATHER G. B. LUIMM,
• 13 •Directoi of the 9ollege.
`Q 000 FORABRICK HOUSE and
S t IVO t - !t; cßround, on Sank Lane, Al
legheny City.
V.i . ,00 fur 311 acres of choice land, and dveiiiai;
at i miles from the city.
$ 3 ,6W kur 115 acres of laud,, at sixteen miles from the
city, with good Improvements.
V 3,000 for lU acres of Mod, sit four miles front the city;
good dwelling house barn. stable, See—orchad of from
400 to 000 trees,: ll under good fence—cdal ui gLod qual
ity} . The immoventeuts on the glare are worth 6 1 ,5 00 -
These properties and tinny others are fur sale by
1. iTTIILIERT & SON,
101 Real EstateAgonia. 61 b{Hrltut street.
1) RA N Dl ES FOR 'MEDICAL PURPOSES
j..) —Warranted 01 Ole uor i t ! s t iA lity. Also,a complete
It.soronent of Wines. WhiSkeys qua (tins, of tamerior
quality, kept constantly on hand at
O.SEI'II FLEX
jels Corner Inamond and Market street.
"VANS, FANS.-2,500 Palm Le 41 Fans,
sold be the ease or single . . Sill:, Linen and Paper
Fans, at low prices at EATON. CHEF; 6; CO'S, •
JS't Fifth and Market sta.
VLUAB L E INFORMATION To
131111-DERS.—NlouldinviWindoivFriuttea,Panel
DOOrS,Sbattsra;Eassh, Mantels,&i; in faa, every kind
of woodwork used 11l building, all made of good mate
rials
by the. best uf a t :v.l unrivalled machinery.
Braekets Of every pattern forms/led and vivoil sawing
done. J. x 11. 1. PRIGS,
Ventriti Planing Min.,
Water street, between redezul and heaver,
se Mlesiteny City.
SA UNDER'S V [OLIN SCHOOL—A new
and Seientifw Self-lustructing Schoul for the violin,
on an entirely new inethott; intended for beginners,
amateurs and teachers. 'nu work u p a rticularly in
tended to give the scholar a short, thorough scien
tific method of playing the violin in all its brandlies, in
less than one Ind( the time than is required from any
other work ever published or introduced in this coun
try—by GeorgnSitunilers. Price 50 nerds.- For sate by
- ' - - JOHN - 11.-MIII,LOR,
No. 81 Wood wrest,
it of the price.
Copies mailed on recoi
DUBE STILL CATAWBA WINE.-I
have on hand alargo supply of pure Still Catawba
Wine for medicinal purposes. Those wishing anything
In this line should call and examine my stock before
purchasing elsewhere• JCS. FLEMING,
mrl7 Causer Diamond and Market, arrest
CHEESE. -200 boxes extra prima cutting
V Cheese for sale by
Hi)
AKE F 1811..-200 package,s for sale by - .
iya - 1112:IsItY IL COLLINS.
Irkr I3 ITE BEANS--AU bushels for sale b
jO2O . GYM. IL SMITH & CO.
SYRIJP-28 bbLs. prime Syrup for sale by
wm. H. SMITH dc
Second and 'Front ste:
SUPERIOR RECORD CAR—For sale by
je2o Wood Le l e l i near Fonrth.__
C"E'S E—')
'LI boxes choice Goshen Cheese
just received and for sale at
HAIVOII.TH BROWNLEE'S,
spa corner of the Dkunondand Diamond alley.
ROSIN. -43)0 WA 2R. No. Rosin, on hand
And for sale by B. C t J. H. SAWYER.
ARNOLD'S FLUID--Warranted genuine,
for rale by J. R. WRLDRI, '
and 63 Wood street, near Fourth.'
..
KECK BOOK—On all the Banks, for sale
by J. R. wrr,nin,
apt 6$ Wood street. near Boone.
. .
PRIVATE DISEASES.—DR. BROWN'S
MEDICAL and SURGICAL Office, No. SO SMlTE
field Street. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Dr. BROWN is an old citizen of Pittsburgh, and has
been in Practice for the last twenty-floe years. His bust
nests has been confined mostly to Private and Surgical
Discases. - '
CITIZENS AND STRANGERS
in need of a medical friend, should not fall to find out
the sure place of relief. The Doctor is a regular grudu
ate, and his experience in the treatment class of diseases
is a sure guarantee to the sutferers of obtaining perma
nent relief, by the use of, his remedies and followinghia
advice.
DR. BROWN'S REMEDIES
never fail to cure the worst foi-m of Venereal Diseases,
Impurities and Scrofulous Affections. Also, all diseases
arising from a hereditary taint, which manifests itself
in the form of a tetter, psoriasis, and a groat many forms
of skin diseases, the origin of which the patient is en
tirely ignorant. To persona so afflicted, Dr. Brown offers
hopes of a sure and speedy recovery.
SEMINAL WEAKNESS.
Dr. Frown's remedies for this alarming trouble,
brotigh ton often by that solitary habit of sensual gr,ti.
fication, which the young and weakminded 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.
Dr. Brown's remedies never fail to cure this painful
disease in oleo days—he will warrant a cure. He also
treats Piles,Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Urethal Dis
charges, Female Weakness, Monthly Suppressions, DiS.
eases of the Joints, Fistula in Ano, Nervous Affections,
Pallas in the Back and Kidneys, Irritation of the Blad
der, together with all diseases of an impare'origin.
A letter describing the symptoms, containing a 7 •,
directed to DR. BROWN, No. 50 Smithfield street,
burgh, Pa, will be immediately answered. Medicine
sent to any address, safely packed and secure from ob
servation.
Office and Private Rooms, No. 60 Smithfield Myna
Pittehnrah. Pa. dal
2.050 00
2,750 00
0,053 98
400 00
64,113 04 .
ALL WHO ARE SUFFERING FROM
the effects of youthful excess, self-abuse, or the
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 of an eminent Parisian Physician, and is constantl
need in Europe wits never failing success. It wi
thoroughly remove all:
•
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
SEMINAL I.2IIMIONS.
IMPEDIME TS TO MARRIAGE,
And will restore the Sufferer and the impotent to a state
of perfect manly vigor. It will thoroughly eradicate the
effects of either
MERCURY or DISEASE,
From which so many thousands are continually suffer
ing without knowing a remedy.'
The cost of cure Is trifling. One bottle will last on
month, and is suitable for either sex. Sent free by ma
to all arts of the United States.
Price, St per Bottle.
$2,u1n,328 tit I Address,
•
D. li. ANDERSON,
381 Broadway, N. Y.
N. B.—A Oronlar containing full particulars and direct
_lona will be sent with each bottle, and - free to any ad
dress, on application.
LOCAL AGENTS WANTED.
nirMtmdaw-eod
PROPOSALS FOR ARMY TRANSPOR
TATION.—ProposaIs will beoceived at the Quar
termaster General's Office until 1031., on the Ist day of
October next, for the transportation of military supplies
during the year 1860 and 1861, on the following routes:
1. rem Forts Leavenworth and Riley in the Terri
tory of Kansas, from Fort Laramie, in the Territory of
Nebraska, or from any point on the west bank of the
Missouri river north of Fort Leavenworth and south of
latitude 42 deg. north at which a depot may be establish
ed, to the posts which are now or may be established in
the Temtory of Nebraska south of latitude 44 deg. north,
in Oregon south of latitude 44 deg. north and east of
longitude 114 deg. west, and in the Territory of Utah
north of latitude 40 degrees north and east of longitude
114 deg. west. •
2. From Forts Leavenworth and Riley in the Territo
ry of Kansas, and from the town of Kansas iu the State
of Missouri, to Fort Union in the Territory of New Mex
ico, or to any" other depot that may be designated in that
Territory. ' •
• 3. From Fort Union, or such other depot a.s may be des
ignated in the Territory of New Mexico, to the posts or
depots that are or may be established in the 3filitary
Department of 'New Mexico, except Forts Bliss and
Fillmore.
The weight to be transported each year will not be less
on either of the routes than one hundred thousand
pounds, nor more on route 1 than tenmillions of pounds,
and on routes 2 and 3 than two millioas five hundred
thousanduunds each.
Proposals will state the rate per hundred pounds per
hundred miles for which the transportation will be per
formed on each route in each 'month of the year, and
may be made for all the routes collectively, for any two
of them, or for each route separately. • '
Bidders will give their names in fullas well as their
places of residence, and be prepared to execute bonds
with good security in such an amount as the Quarter
master General tnay determine.
contractors must be in readiness for service by the
' Ist day ofJanuary..lB6o; and as transportation may be
demanded at any time for the whole weight to be maw:-
ported during the year on all or either of .the routes.
they will be required to have places of busines or agen
eleS at .r in the vicinity of Fort Leavenworth, Fort Lax
ionic, and Fort Union, or other depot in New Mexico, at
Iwhich they may be eernmurieated with promptly and
readily.
Etch proposal must be accompanied by a guarantee,
signed by three or more persons known or satisfactorily
certified to the quartermaster General, setting forth that
if the party proposing shall he awarded the contract,
they will enter an obligation for its faithful performance.
Proposals will be endorsed as follows: Proposals for
Amay Tromportatiun, and none will be entertained 1113-
1e,4 they fully comply with all the stipulations set forth
in this advertisement.
The right is reserved of rejecting any or all the bids
that may be made.
QUIIITE.RMASTEP. tlnlalkee Orrice,
Washington, June 27,
jytmwillOctl
tn. GU.]
SYNOPSIS
Cr 1117
President's Proclansatipn, HQ: (Hifi, Psted.
TT ORDERS PUBLIC SALES IN THE
TERRITORY OF KANSAS, as follows:
At the Land Office at KICKAPOO, on the 15th of
August, 1859, of sixty townships and parts of townships
iu the counties of Atchison, Domphan, Brown, Notnaha
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 Pottowottoniue.
At the Land Office at LEIX)MPTON, oa the 18th of
July, 1859, of fifty-six townships and parts of townships
' in the counties of Lykins, Linn, Douglas and Franklin.
At the SAME PLACE. on the 22d of August, 1859, of
thirty-seven townships and parts of townships in the
counties of and Poirey-
At the SAME PLACE, an thel2th of September,lBs9,
of forty-two townships and parts of towushipg in the'
counties of Richardson, Breckenridge and Madison.'
At the Land • Oilice at OGDEN, on the 29th of August,
1859, of thirty-six townships and parts of townships in
the counties of Pottowottomie, Riley, Davis and Wise.
• At the SA3IE PLACE, ou the 19th of September, 1859,
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
school sections, Acs
The sales will ke kept open until the-lands are all
offered, which is to be accomplished within two weeks,
and no longer; and no private entry of any of the lands
will be Admitted until after the 4xpimboti'ot the two
weeks.
Pre-emption claimants - are required to establish their
Claims to the satisfaction of the proper register. and
receiver, and make payment. for the same on or before;
the day appointed for the commencement of the public
sales, otherwise their claims will be forfeited.
THOS. A. HENDRICKS,
Commissioner of the General Land Cake
War , Wa•ton. Apra 28, 1859. f.myl2..law6w!th
THE ATTENTION Q zfF4T OF MODE
RATE MEANS is cailell to 04 offer for Bale et
forty of the most eligible
in the Second Want, Allegheny City. The prices are
strn.ed to the hard times, and dine will begiven to suit
all ptirehasete. ;For in . rbeulars inquire of •
ALE3ANDER INNS, Surveyor,
Corner East Common and' titer street,
.. • Ann he. • Qt-
TTALUABLE FARM FOR SALE—Situate
rii:; p s from the city, just below Economy, and
about !...; of h mile' from the railroad station; 230 acres,
about 100 mime timber ; orchhfd 'Of sine selected fruit
of every variety ;15 to 100 acres of coal; two story
brioe dwelling house, of wide 'hall' in the' centre, fonr
rooms on each door and finished attic; barn; stable,
etc.' The property has a large front onthe Ohio rivet;
Beaver road "rtalg Ihrottgb it; an under good fence;
springs of water in every field; is 'Wel) adapted fora
stocji ptui or for iardethug purposes; For price and
terms apply al our :Zee. •
ape H. COTTIPPIif
TANI)AEP ArP
..._ LlTEl34TURF.—irving'!
watt illustration' .
Waverley Novels, best orlitioni; various styles,
Pepy'.s Diary and Correspondence.-- • 4 volumes.
D'lsraeli's Curiosities of Literature 4 " •
Preseott's Complete Works, library 5ty1a....15
Strickland's Queen's of England 7 AI
Scotland 7
Hugh Miller's Works • 6
NoQies Ambrosiana 7
Basivelr4 tire oi 4. - ,huston 4
The Spectathr; a new, edition by Cti:..in:crp.,. 8
FlanderstLilea of {lts Chief Jii5ticrii!.... , ........ 1 . 5
Life and Works 4 Franklua... • "
" "Welast
M el• • "
Life and Times of John Milton, by Masson, 4
Edgar A. Poe's Miscellaneous Works... 4 "
Irving's Complete Works, including 'Wash
kl.ton and Wulfert's Roost.-- 0 - .) "
. KAI A CO., 55 Wood street.
SUNDRY PRODUCE.—
Choice Tennessee Dried Peaches; .
Do I Dried Apples; --
Small White Beans; .
DZV I TTe:g, in Tin C c t n. i
Do ;Bhiekbenies, '
Do Plums, u u
Pearl Starch; •
',.3traw Wrapping Alper, all sizes., in store and
for sale by .FAMEii A. FETZER, •
tinrZ3 corner Market and First streets.
- - _
TH E CHEAPEST PIANOS IN THE
UNITED STATES.--Just received four Rosewood
round cornered. OIA and 7 octave Pianos, manufactured
be C. H. Hays & Co, Norwich. They are made with a
frill iron fmtne, with French Grand4ctiotbend made in
all respects after the designs of the best makers. .
I% octaves far....:14 - - '4175 00
7 200 00
They will be sold only for cash, as the very small corn
mission charged for selling, andthe.extrpraa Inwprieea
obtained by the manufacturers will not justify them to
sell on credit.. For sale by
mr= JOHN H. MELLOR, 81 Wood street.
HFNRY H..COLLINS
UGARA.--N. 0. Sugar, Crushed, Lump
,
,- Pulverised and Coffee Sugars for Hale low, by the
barrel, at HAWORTH IL BROWNLEE'S,
fa= in the Diamond
AT THE CORNER OF BANK & EAST
lanes, Allegheny, two lots each 2.54 feet front by
as deep, and a bnckiiwelling of hell, two parlo dining
room, kitchen ; mash house , four chambers , and rs,
finished
attic, a good cellar under the whole house, hydrant, 60. F0r sale by • 8. 'CUTHBERT & EON,
torl7 • M Market street.
CLOVERSEED-75 bush. Cloverseed re
eeired and for sale by •
JAMES A. FETZER, •
corner Market and First street!.
XledirM.
RHEUMATISM.
To Young Men.
Dlarch 22, 1859
BUILDING) LOTS
~~11YDa.1r8.:..,.z,,.~~~,.
THE
PITTSBURGH, FT. WAYNE AND
CHICAGO RA TT ROAD,
Completed from PittsbUrgh to Chicago I
WOGDRUFFS BLEEPING CARS ATTACHED TO ALI
THE NIGHT TRAINS. • • •
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OP CARS!
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY,. JUNE. 16th, 1850
Trains will leave the Station, corner ,of Liberty and
Grant streets, Pittsburgh, as follows: ;
Leave Pittsburgh. Crestline. i Fort Wayne.
Express. 1.2:15 A. a. 0:56 - U.
650 A. w. , . .
Express r . y. 8:45 P. IL 7.30
ARRIVEATCHIcAtio—Expret.9, 6:47 P. St 4 ExPres , ' ,
8:17 A. IL
RETURNING. - -
ARRIVE AT PITTSBURGH—MaiI, r.u.;.Express
3.03 r. M.; Express, 243) e. Y. -
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS. tram Federal street,
Allegheny, for New 13rigliton, 930 a. u,! and 5C:t F.W.
From " " 0:05 " " 1210:."
Through trains connect as follows:
At Alliance; with trains on the Cleveland and Pittsburgh
Rail Mad.
At Orrville, Ohio, to and from Millersburg, Akron, Cuy
hoga Falls, etc.
At Marisfleld, Ohio, for Mount Vernon, Shelby, San
dusky, Toledo, Detroit, etc. -
At Crestline, for Delaware, Springfield, Columbus, Cin
cinnati, Xenia, Dayton, Mdianapolis,,St. Louis, Louis
.
ville, etc. . _
At Forest, for Springfield, Sandusky, Dayton, Cincin
nati, etc., etc. , -
At Lima, for Sidney. Dayton, Cincinnati, etc, etc.
At Fort Wayne, for Peru, Lafayette, Ind., St. Louis, and
intermediate ports in Central Indiana and Illinois.
At Plymouth for Laporte.
Salem
Railroad.
Wanatah for all points on the. New Albany arid Salem
Railroad.
And at Chicago, with trains for all ',points in Illinois..
lowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
For further information and throrah,tickets apply
J. STEWART, Ticket Agent,
. • Passenger Station, Pittsburgh '
H. C. STEVMNSON, Ticket Agents
Passenger Station, Allegheny
Through Tickets for sale at the Ticket Office of the
Company on the line of the road, to all parts of the
United Suites. ' . - J. J. HOUSTON,
jelS General Passenger Atint Pittsburg&
859 SUMMER AILEANGEICENI% 1859
On and After Monday, April 111th.
Pennsylvania Central Railroad.
NINE. DAILY TILCINS. -
THETIIROUGII MAIL TRAIN leaveathe Passenger
Station every morning, (except Sundays,) at-250 a. g,
slopping only at principal stations between Pittsburgh,
Johnstown, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and at all regular
stations between Johns town and Harrisburg, connecting
at Harrisburg at 1 e. as, with train fur Baltimore direct,
arriving in Philadelphia at 5:00 P. X.
THE FAST LINE leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at'
420 P. 11, stopping only at principal -stations, maiang
direct connections at Harrisburg for Baltimore, snit
arriving iu Philadelphia or Baltimore at A. Y. -
THE, EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the Station everi
evening at 8:50 P.Y. stopping only rat Greensburg, La
trobe, Johnstown, Wilrnore, Gallitzin, Altoona, Lew con
nectingst Harrisburg with the train direct for Balthrtore,
and arriving in Philadelphia at 10:00
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS:
THE JOHNSTOWN WAY PASSENGER TRAIN
leaves daily (except Sunday) at 6:Wo'clock, a. Is., stop
ping at all stations, connecting with Indiana Branch
Train at 10:60 e. Y, and arriving at Johnstown 1.:10 P.
Conernaugh. kW P. K. S
THE JOHNSTOWN ACCOMMODATION. TRAIN
leaves daily, (except Sunday...) at 2:10 e. x, stopping at
all stations, and runningg as far as Conemangh.
FIRST ACCOMMODATION TRACY for turtle Creek
Bridge leaves daily, (except Sunday.) at 1(040 e. Y.
SECOND ACWMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle
Creek leaves daily. (except Sunday.) at 430 P. Y.
THIRD ACCOALBIODATION TR ax for Turtle Creek
aleaves daily, (exCeptSuriday,) at 6:1:1 P. is.
RETURNING TINS arrive in Pittsburgh as fol
lows :--Express, 12,15 P. X ; ths6 , P. Fatt Line,
12e31 A. Is; Johnston]] Accommodation, 11s50 A. x; First
Turtle Creek Accommodation, tl - 50 .0. :. Y; Second de
commodation, 1220 P. Y; Third Accommodation, 6:15
,
Trains for Blairsidle 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 TRAINS,
stopping at all stations on Ili, Pittsburgh and Connedls.
vile Road, leave daily. - (Sunday excepted) as follows:
Mail Train, 7:00 a. 55; Express Train, 2:50 v. n. Return
ing trains from Piteburgh and Connellsville ,Roatiar
rive at Pittsburgh-8:45 A. id., and 0:15 P. X.
The travelin g public will rind it tgaeatly 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 entirety fred from dust; we can
promise safety, spo_td and comfort
to all who may favor
this road with their patronage. -
• PARE,:
No New York
,$l3OOl To - Baltimore 09 60
10 00 66
* — Harrisburg, ST,
Baggage checked to all - stations on the Pennsylvania
Railroad, and to Philadelphia. Baltimore and New York.
Passengerspurchasing ticActsdn car, will be ' charged
ONE-lIALP CENT PER - MILE:in addition to the Station
rates, except from stations where the Company has no
NOTICE.—In case of loss, the. Company will hold
. themselves responsible , for personal baggage only, and
for an amount not exceeding $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 cents Tor
each passenger and lgiggage. • •
For li.1“-ts. apply to J. STEW ART, Agent,
At the P. IL Passenger Station
aPHI Liberty mid Want streets.
Cleveland & Pittebtrgh Railroad,.
ON AND AFTER WEDNDAY, April 27, trains will
leave the Depot of the Pennsylvania Railroad,in Pitts
burgh, as follows:
Patsburyh, 'Cleveland am 3 Chicago Line.—Express trains
leaves Pittsburgh at 12:15 A. It., nod 405 P. X., for Cleve
land. Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit, Milwaukee, Chicago, and
the North West. Thel:os P. x.train connects at Bayard
with trains for all p ,, ints ou the Tuscarawas Branch.
Passengeri denzmg to go to Chicago via Cleveland,
must be particular to ask for tickets via Cleveland.
River Line.—Express trains leave at 12.1.5 a. a. ,and
105 P. a; for 'Wheeling, Zanesville, Circleville, Colum
bus and Cincinnati. -The 12,1 b A, Jr, train etops at Well*
rills, Ste übenville'and stations hel ow Steubenville. The
1-05 P. s. V. Blue stops at'Wellsville and stations below
Wellsville. - •
Mail Train leaves at &25 A.. 1.; Stopping at all Way Sta
tions on RiverLitie.- -
Aenanimodatant leaves at 5,00 P. Xr; filrkairlg
villa only, stopping at all Way Stations.
Pittsburgh, altnabus arid Cincinnati ,Short Line via Steis;:,
beard.l4—Fast Express at 12:15 a- at., and Express Leh pi:.
at., for Newark, Columbus, Dayton, Indianapolis, t
cinnati, Cairo, St. Louis, New Orleans, and all points in
the South West. , -
The Express Train runs throngh from Pittsburgh to
Cincinnati, without change
; of cars. Splendid Sleeping
Cars attached to each Express train.
• Passengers desiring to go to Columbus, Clncanrutti,
etc., or any point beyond Columbus, by the short line,
must be particular to ask for tickets vi Steubenville.
Baggage checke d through and laandletlfree of charge.
Fare always as low as any other route, and connec
tions certain. . •
Through Tickets esti be prwitre.l at Pittsbprgh,ll4r:
risbirrei. Phila.:lel his; h'ew York on 1 Boston..-
F.
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R. 5 Gen6rzil lieket Agent, Olevelait4.
.INO. STEWART, Ttcket Agent,_ -
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ap2 Liberty,Street Depot. Pittsburgh.
1859. Baltimore and Ohio fhlilroad C 0.1859
THE BAL'I'IMORF, AND OHIO RAIL
.
'ROA , COMPANY are nOw prepared to rese;ivg,
end forward Merchandise Madei threnehlits"Of
to and from PITTSBURGH' AND' 2.11 E
Rates guaranteed to be equalty_favorable with these of .
the Penregylvatua Railroad - Companr, or any - other line,
• For information as to rates, -fwilines, vt.C.-, ;TA ,
,cation may be-made by letter or in person to either
,of the undersigned agents t - -
At BOSTON, Muses Potter, cerner Statu and Washing
ton streets - • • '
At NEW YORK, C. W. - Barren, 229 Broadway, above
the Astor . - t• , , -
At .PHILABELPRIA, Calhoun - 'Cowtnn, Leiremer
Broad and Cherry streets.
• At PHILADELPHIA, Col. Kelly,' - corner Sixth and
Chestnut streets.
At BALTIIIit)F.E, .1. VEngland, Camden c4vania..
At PFFTBIII.TGI;J. Caughay)l_444l4ltdriinket:
t 9; Fart attentibn of merchants, manufacturers
and shippers generally, of Pittsburgh; Allegheny City,
and vicinity, is called to the - facilities of this Pew _Route
as compared with others, and their patronage and favors
are reatiecP.lll7 soticiteoLi - JIMY, D. 11
'iaaltt' General Freight Agent B. k. 0. R. 8.. Co.
NEW ROUTE RIVER ANp
RAILROAD.
IndianapOlis & Cinghinp,ti Raiy'Oad.
Connecting •at Indiaisalielis 'With Terre ifaufe.; ,,, Rice •
Terre Halite-and Alton Railroad, ttiSt. Louis and I tly
ettef and' IndianaPolie, New 'Albany and Salem, anti
Michigan Central Roads for CHICAGO ROCS NAN%
BURLINGTON, and all intermediate points. •
Through Freight Train to INDIANAPOLIS, TERRE.
HAUTE, LAEAYETTE and PERU.
FreightS earned from Cincinnati o Layirenceburg in
less time than by any . ether . ronteb tirenty-fonr.bopriy
and at as low rates. The only road y which s.hipments
can b e made from Cincinnati to the West, without
breaking Milk.
Consignments spade to 4. E. GIBBONS, Agent; at CM.
cinuati; or, W. B. coTTING, Agent, a Lawrenceburg.
will receive prompt attention;, and no charge for COM.
mission ; no charge for drayage or commission atpecreneee
W 7c:rftirther furor - Mat - 16n aPply to THOMAS . RATIGAN,
(No. llf, Water street,) Agent of the Company who is
prepared to give raaonan TISCEIPI3 to Indianapolis, Terre
Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Peru, Greencastle, Craw
fordsville, Charleston, Paris and Mattoon. -
H. C. LORD, President.
JNO. CELEM, General Freight Agent.. : , tag
Cis's6te:
1(011.01.9 806132303.
IDWAID HENRS 1. LLNOWALT.
URLING, ROBERTSON &
ALI ta4a:prsqf Cut, Pressed and Plain FlintGLacSt:
WARE. Warehouse, No. 17 ,Wood street, corner of
other - kinds of Glass'ware and Window Gipsy
at low market pries. [apfL•dlt.
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F. M.A.RBURG,
• IMPORT= AND XANNtACTIIEZID or
- C.IG kit S
AND GENERAL CGMMI69IGN MERCHANTS,
NO. 45 wEsrr LOMBARD ST., BALTDIORE, MD.
Wo invite the attention of the trade to our lar?, and
well assorted stock of German and Domestic. ulgars.
Our facilities for importing,: as well as the variety of ottr
assortuient are unsurpassed -by any. house in thelitat,,,
while large contracts made by one of the firm during:Lg.
dull times, in Germany , enable us to hold outetradn•
ducements to our friends at resent,
IATH. MULLER'S GEL BRATED
SPARKLINS HOCK , and MOSELLE NVINFIA,...
imported and for sale by W. A. &F. MARBURG, . =
seemly Sole Agents, Baltimore, Md.
fiERILAN HARDWARE AND CUTLE
RY, imported wad for sale a low ft by
poguy W. A. .t F. MARBURG, ilaltimors,
CiiiITWIIIGHT & YOUNG, -
(itccessers to Jolla caitorittit,; -
ALANUFACTURERS AND .11k1POR - TRS
of Pocket and Table Cattlery,Surgioal end 'Natal
trumevits, Guns, Pistols, Fietuttg Tackle. eteNgio. ed
Wood atreet. They give special attention to the V
tieing
ing of,Ttussea,Suppotters, etc. Jobbing wad
tag with pluschsWity and despatch, _
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