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gh4 : fflittsburgh Vost,
Placa awiPub " hal Et" 11 Mornin g' ( " 94+da Ysc'eePta 4 )
BY JAMES P.•BARI',
:Terns: Ave Dollars a year, payable strictly in ad
vance. •Ehz dollars invariably required if not paid with
in the year. -
41V—&ngle copies, Two Cents—for sale at the connter
tirtheOtlics,oand by the Newsboys.
. ,One insertion, 50 to
..:.Two insertions„....... 75 75
Three insertions,...... 1 00 100
One week, 1 75 ....... ~ 50
•TWo w001m,„1.,..._ 200 200 160 100 75
'nave weeks,..,--- 400 265 200 1 '25 - 100
One month, bOO 335 50 150 175
Two m0nthe,:.,..:.-..... 7ou . 4.65 50 '2 35 260
Three months. 900 600 450 300 300
Four months_ ... ....,10 00 ..6 65 5 00 , 335 450
[;nye monthn.:-:-. 11 00 . , 3 . , 550 , 105 550
"Viz itioriths. - . - .7.::-...... - 12 ' 00' 600 000 400 560
OD
Nine m r
02. months 10 00 10 35 800 535 900
Oneyea ..... :..—..:- 13 ;5 10 00 6 - 65 12 00
standing - Card, six lines OrleSs, per annum 10 00
uo moaro, - per annum, (bachisiie of tho paper,)-.26 00
Marriage notices, 50 cents; Death notices 26 cents.
!SATURDAY MORNING POST,
A MAMMOTH WEEKLY,
OM ONE DOLLAR-PER YEAR,
IN CLUBS OP FIVE,
I!ingle Subscriptions - -$2 Per Annum
CONTAINS ALL THE 'CURRENT NEWS OF THE
DAY, Political, Literary, Agricultural; Commercial, ho.
cal, Telegraptioand Miscellaneous.
The Paper being of the Lartararatzt, and neatly print
ed, on, fine white paper, inlarge, clear type, will be fund
stib . scriber to give- better aatisfaetion than any
paper published in Pltisburgh.
Those who wish to take a ' , Ter from Pittsburgh, will
fiiid - the'SATURDAY MORNING POST a safe and prat
' bleinvestment. Address
HORNING POST JOB OFFICE.
BARR & M - YERS,
BOOK & JOB PRINTERS,
EITERY DESCRIPTION OF
PLAIN " & FANCY PRINTING,
XL -AL X .T..a RCOA ,
o:crmultrrial, ItTercantile yegal Moth,
POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, &c
LARGE ADDITIONS OF NEW TYPE & MACHINERY
fbe facilities for turning out Work with promptness anJ
despatch cannot he excelled by auy other
' (ace in the city.
J. NJUiIITT 1.4V19. JOE Putties.
[Firm of .1.1 B. Phillips.]
DAVIS Sr. PHILLIPS,
fStircessors to Phillips& Co.]
Brass Founders and Finishers,
PLUMBERS, GAS & STEAM FITTERS,
CHANDELIERS, PENDENTS S BILACKE'TS,
STORE, NO. 67 WOOD STREET,
FOUNDRY AND SOUP, No. 145 PI R.ST ST.
S. B. dt' C. P. MARKLE,
• • , mA:o.r.trrrarrs or
Printing, 'Job' and all kinds of Wrapping'
PAPER, •
{WAREHOUSE, NO. 27 WOOD STREET,
-PITTS BTI RO , PA
Atali'Raga bought at market prices. myS
_ Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WHARF BOAT PROPRIETY R:4 AN
SMITING AGllliird of Illinois Central Rai
road. Mark Goods, in all cases, to our care.
"vittantllfti)
JOS. FLEMING, succeior to L. WiicoX
..& Co, cornet of Market atreot and the Dimoomi,
I,:e."Apa constantly on hand a full aqsertnwnt of DRUGS,
- .MEDICINEB,Itff_.DICINE CHESTS, PERFUMERY, and
ally articles pertaining to the bui,int,..
Ptlytpaians' Preseripuons carefully compounded
4WlFtlhotirn:,
Nam= P. wampum_
...nrstpir IL KU
W P. MARSHALL & Ct 1., Importers
and Dealers in French anti American PAPER
HANGINGS, No. ST Wood etreet. Pittsburgh.
Jai - Sale agents for the celebrated manufaetures of
Mesars..Deliconrt & Co, Paris. auT
AOHEItT J. ANDEIIBOII.
gIEYMER & ANDERSON, (successors to
, • Joshua Rhodes . Co., wholesale dealers in FOR
IGN "FRITI.TS, NUTS, SPICES, CONFECTIONERY,
SUGARS, *c; No. 89. 'Wood street., opposite the St.
Charles }Thiel, Pittsburgh.
a i 2
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1~/C 13 CHANT TAILOR
iia FULTON, BELL AND BRASS
~ aOU.NDER, No. 70 SECOND Street; Pittsbuxgh,
~ is prepared to furnish to order,
LTIURCIIi STEAMBOAT, FACTORY AND OTHER
BELLS, OF ALL SIZES,
FroM 10 to 10(.. ! o pounds.
CHIT 3 fiELLs made to order.. STOP AND GAUGE
COCKS of all sizes, for Steamboats:
MINERAL WiTfrit. PUMPS, COUNTER RAILINGS,
and every variety of Brass Castings finished in the
neatestmanner.
`air i - BAiiiITVANTI-ATTRITIO.N METAL; TON'SFUL
' PATENT MERALLIC PAcEING, for Steam
EnFineo.
op'23:ly
Having resnmed the Retml Drug Basinc,ss at the
above well 1( Cll.' LI stand, established by me in
1848, (lately known as J. Abel & Co.'s) and having
enlarged and improved the same, I shall endeavor, by
these personal attention and careful supervision of tho
business, to merit a minium:me t . of the patronage here
tofore so liberally bestowed. Pure and unadulterated
medicines alone will he kept, and a full assortment of
articles usually sold ut firm elass establishments will
always be on hand.
'PreseriPtions accurately compounded at all hours.
oirb Country Physicians furntslied with mire medi
cines at lowest prices. L. WILCuX.
' nol Corner Smithfield and Fourth streets.
SAMUEL FAHNESTOCK,
IMPORTER AND,LEALER IN
Foreign and Domestic Hardware,
No 74 IVoad Street, INNsbcrrgh.
The subscriber has received, in addition to his fall
stociriat Hardware, and a very heavy stock of Meat and
Sausage Cutters and Smilers, and a very largo stock of
Sleigh,BeLla, loose and on airings, of a much superior
quality to that usually sold in the marks; all of which
till be sold on the lowest terms.
se27 SAMUEL FAHNIBTOCIL
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uti :commun. omaxt or luta Aza: Ro® sincere
,RATES OF ADVERTISING-
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01X4129/ZABLI A2:PLEABOI[III
JAMES P. BARR,
Editor and Proin-ittor.
Corner Filth A Wood Sts. Plttvburgh.
Ezeented in„the finest style
At short notice, on reasonable Lerma.
Paiticutar ratentuin paid to the Printing of
For Cocoon/4, ExtoblbonB and Circuses
.13.1.11248 ,ILTCENTLI HUN NADI TO ram wrinusamixT,
lisint!ss
EMEEI
Pittsburgh, Ps
rEILLLIPS & CO.,
LITTLE,
80. 54 BT. CLAIR STREET,
. . .
(Dr. Irish's New
PITTSBURGH
ILCOX,
APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST,
Corn, of Smithfield and Fourth Street
HAWORTH k BROWNLEE:,
MILE
fitels and Pstaurants.
CORNUCOPLE RESTAURANT,
BY ELI YOUNG, FIFTH STREET.
THE ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS
and others is directed to this establishment, which
has been recetly tilted up fo HOUSE r the purpose oCENf affording
SUBSTANT n IAL IN A TRAL
LOCATION. Country folks attending market are par
ticularly invited to call. Everything pertaining to an
EATING SALOON will always be found, of the freshest
the market affords. • ap2Salaw
B. B. MARKER, T110.11.k9 B, IL.
SCOTT HOUSE,
Co,. Irwin street. and Duquesne Way,
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
MARKER & GRAHAM,
jvv.,
pnopRIETORS.
SEETUN'S OLD STAND,
IN THE DIAMOND,
JOHN SAVAGE, Proprietor
Having bthen and fitted up, with all the modern im
provements, this popular resort, the subscriber is pre
pared to accommodate his old customers and the public
generally, with the best the market affords. Oysters
will beef:mid up to every variety of style, duriniz the
Beason. His us, Liquors and Ales he feels confident
in recommending to the public for their excellence.
manly
MSCP,M.SIO/?.
OYSTER AND EATING HOUSE,
NO. 111 WOOD : STREET, PITTSBURGH.
WDDLYDALD AND HILTAII. DILLIXILA IN
LAKE AND EASTERN FISH,
FR H PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE OVS-
TENS AND WILD GAME,
All in their Proper Season.
no26] GEO. REIN MAN &CO
MANSION HOUSE, GEO. AURENTZ,
Proprietor, 344 Liberty street, just beside the
Passenger Depot of the Pennsylvania Railroad, which
makes it the moat convenient house in the city fur pas
sengers arriving by that road.
The proprietor having, at considerable expense, titled
up, in excellent style. the MANSION HOUSE. Would re
spectfully solicit a share ofpublic patiminue. There is
attached a splendid STABLE and extensive-WAttoN
YARltarfordmg ample iterummodation to travelers and
teamsters. Ilia Larder and liar will be furnished a ith
the best the market can afford. feby
CHARLES W. LEWIS, ALDERMAN,
AND LIOOFTICIO JII9SIOL OP TUE PE CC
OFFICE ON THE CORNER OF WYLIE AND
lir. All bltSineSS eonnoeted eel tin+ nine, will Io at
tended to with En'OMpttless. Couvelnelp,s of all kinde
done with legal aceuracy—each
Bonds, Power of Attorui.y, Ac•. tu Ite,l
Ea it.-
exatnined.
To the niebnber of the 11,7 ho tenders his services as
Conamequoner to take lA.pos. - kuns to to read in the
seventh e.eurts o f this Stu:le. Bald t.:',lllertt. His elite .
is ono of the main ('epee Stations u, the city, and ef
sequently his facilities in executing b`unuesB of that
kind Are worn desirable. feluic
BAILEY & CO.,
BAILEY &
Have removed to their new Fire-proof, White Mantle
Store,
819 CHESTNUT STREET
North Side, Below the Girard House,
PHILADELPHIA,
Where they art. now op,lnug
Imported Jewelry. Platrd Warez, and
Fancy Goods,
To which they invite the :0!.-nti..n of Iho puLho.
Slicer-Ware, Watchc•, Dlamoud.& Peary,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
JOHN THOMPSON & CO.,
House, Sign and Ornamental
PAINTERS.AND GLAZIERS,
No. 11.3:o Third Street,
PITTSBURCH, PA.
DESILVEI-1 . 5.4 !s: ENV SUP - 1
- AZ. 1M PE I Al,
N F. id.' THE SEAT 111., center,
Emig a full Map m Fair.Epe. and rompletn map. of s m .
der:. a nd Lotrdaddy. Nie..tro oaf Indy ; the %Ile lee,.
lEEEEII/.,1 in one :um oal
, dpert E heel, ;;E.O 1 i nicht -,
formdting cueh rellalde ceo,rapin ea t ;,dorn, a i en;
eats., procured nun, tee!). other metre,. 'l'he' -duel
ettiEt.toix eaeiolly eon:piled from tle. It
te , d. reltabbmuthorme, ,'nun_ ..trenoth eel thee de rue.—
need reeve. , of the Power- of Eon pe. with brief :1e1...1111' •
Of the Lerldt , ree fetid General, of the eeee.e.itier. • , e
the present ,trtiethE Al eorre.t need hand...l7lW
truet. 01 Lono Napoleon EnipEE,Er d kor.trece. %Ie
mid, Ile Euiperee of ail the 1. natee..l....ephl .
Em{rs-per of Amin. 3llll Viet., }Menne 1 11. 1%11, PI
.eel,' by e S 11 II EN.
cornet Wood mai '11..1. and
pOI7 Market and S.EetEnEl
JA`.MILLINGAH, O.NI ING I . :1,1
PLANINI, MILL. walk! respectfully Inform the
puhhe that leo ha, rebuilt Qin , . the fir, need tenveletr
lartreei hen estahMhment, nlitl 1111,1 0 wall the neae..l
and mart aporoved machinery . now prepnred to fur
rich tiuonni.t and planed lased- , , scronl r: wig and re
,Eairing, door, tta..ll nittl shittlern, Lila dried, frame,
moulding's, et. dr ,
South ritudatroll.Septetnher 7. P,S7. nEEIO
CARPENTER WI IRK.—earpt , ntor Work,
Repairing and Julanng well he promptly attended
to at the lowest eanli pricel+ and the nhorte,t po-,1111.E
noire, by calling at the CF.:VITAL PLANING ItlLi tic
Water ntreet, hetneen Federal and Bearer, Allegheny
on hand and will do matte to order, Moulding., Items,
Shuttere. Saele, Emmen, :theft:lig e flooring. ..M., hay it,
none but the ho,t wood weerkine machinery 11e are
prepared to tell all ordern fl,lll builehers,l.l entracte, and
other, 11 T PHIcE,
Central Plnnma. hLII. It. ,der .tenor[,
n 01.5 Between Federal and Rein e r, Allegheny, I'a
G ROCER! ES.—
um bled. New Orlcuus Sugar;
00 Ittils Crushed do:
IY.) do Cattier do;
ttit do Eantwtek'n Syrup;
"'...NU do cleaner New Orleans Mola , en;
10 tiereen prime RIP, for sale 1,
WM. H. SMITH k En
•
JOl. U. 13 Vli.
ap26 118 Second. and 147 Front streets.
AR RENT-A Cottage house of Cm.
F
rooms. large yard and ehthle, two miles frmn Ih
env. on the Braddock's Field Plank Howl, $.l per Ilionti
fAte lteut—A dwelling house of nine too stern
of ground, garden, fruit trees, etc, near Minersville
$llO a year.
Fur Rent—A large and comfortable house on Stever
son Street, eleven rooms, gar and water—V4O.
For Rent—A large dwelling house, garden, shad
trees ete, carriage house and stable, on Bank I.aue, All,
glieuy City-4300.
For gent—A warehouse on Water Street.
For lteut— , A small Store room uu Third street.
Apply' toS. CUTHHRRT & SUN,
51 Market street.
FOREIGN NUTSL
100 Frail bass Almonds, soft shell;
10 bales Bordeaux "
25 Sicily itz ga
at.) " " " Hard ‘.
1,0 bags Englisb Waleuts;
100 " Filberts;
Wl bbls. fresh Press Nuts;
•
Creiue bags Hrazdian Nutt=
10( 5 10 ° bush. Gronud Nine:
WOO Ceesa Nuts;
Juat resolved and for sale hy
REYAIER 0 ANDERIM/N.
No.
Oppe,ite St. {quintet Hotel.
UNDRIES,-
100 las, Dried aw e ,
30 • Dried Apples—psred ,
75 " Dried Apeles—unp. •I;
10 dozen Corn Brooms;
GO boxes No. 1 Starch
100 bun. White Beans;
300 bundles Crown, Medium at,..; Double Crown
Wrapping Paper, in store and for sale by
JAMES A. FETZER,
len Corner Market end First streets.
COFFEE.-200 :tacks Rio, just landing and
for sale by WM. H. SMITH A.
ap26 Second and Front streets.
SHAWLS, DRESS CH RADS, NEEDLE
Work, Mourning Goods, and laimeaties, very low.
C. HANSON LOVE,
fey No. 74 Market street.
JOSEPH HORNE, No. 77' Market Street,
received another lid of the NEW MATINEE
SKIRT, and Douglass lc Sherwin tmporior SKELE
TON SKIRTS, with the adjuAtible white
and gray Mechanic Corset., in all airne. fe2l
-pi PST OF TIIE SEAS(/N.-11111 boxes
Sweet Oranges, received this day—for sale by
REYMER k ANL/ER.9O:i, .
No. 19 Wood street
Opposite the St, Charles Hotel.
GR O
arid \l'a.tairrnd°L,a,r,it,cri'e'44fitll hWholesalem e establishment, t, an ent ' t Rebellra Uroceryon t
R I ES.---Everything commonly
mom marmalade terror at
HAWORTH di BROWNLEE'S,
in the Diamond
ARATtter A NV ATER 7= TCsupply of Con .
greset Water, ali.o Enuere spring 11nter, fresh from
Saratoga, Joht received and for hale hy
L WILCOX,
earner Smithfield and Fourth eta
_aps
SYR - .UPs.—
200 dozen Lemon Syrup;
10 do Raspberry Bvrop;
10 do Strawberry Syrup;
10 do Pine Apple Syrtipr-fOr male b
- IDOTATOES.---M Wits. to arrive y
anti I . C) -
I sale by. (mral) HENRY 11. COLLINS.
BROWN'S SHAKER VA LERIA
gross for ,ale b,T B. A. FAHNESTOCK & CO.,
mr,&/ Corner of Wood and First gtro..t,
SYRUP AND Ati)LASSES.-
25 bbl.s. New York Golden Syrup;
N. 0. Molatisem, in oak barrelm, in store
and for side by HAWORTH & tROWNLEE,
fe2l in the Diamond.
T EAST LIBERTY—Five and-a-quarter
.
acres of laud, bounded by the Railroad and Turn
hike, with a stream of water running through it, a yeti
ilisorable location for residences, and convenient to the
city', will be sold by S. CUTHBERT & SON,
61 Market street
.... .. ...
THAI' ER' S FLUID , EXTRACTS.-A
cele
brated
ass o a ry rtm o e r n
I tglf ye F r luV Extracts from the
Co., just and t r B eeeired fr
L. WILCOX,
sal m e r q
Corner Smithfield and Fourth ate.
A LOT—Not a' , •"Corner Lot"—but a
.461. LARGE LOT of Embroidered Bands, for Rale at
New York cost by JOSEPH HORNE,
77 Market street.
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gi,ldermen
FIFTH STREETS.
4,-
KEE
f:.. l
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professtottal.
SAMUEL C. WINGARD
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Nn. 71 GRANT STREET, between Non nh
and Diamond alley. ITO .
o n mnPrr.
L KILIPHON • - •
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
to e , b, in the practice. of the low, :ailer Llie
firm of SIMPSON fi RI ('LET.
office, No. to FOURTH STREET.
cIu2CA y
JAMES A. DUNLEV Y,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC
OFFICE—No. in GRANT STREET.
C A_ Mt, ID
JSCOTT, 'DENTIST,
• Has removed to Ow boast, laud y 01,tiried by
Dr. W. A. WARD,
No. 27M Prue Street,
(South sided third door ttlooN.o Ifitllll struvL
413- (Miro hour,. from A A. M. till L P. M. for.kly
_ _
JAMES S. KING,
DENTIST,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND DWELLING TO
No. 100 Fifth Street,
Where his patron! , and friend, are invited to mall.
fel2,ly
II R. L. OLDSIIUE,
PRACTISINI.i PHYSICIAN,
Continue, the PrueHee of Medioir.e . in all its varion ,
branches. OFFICE .IND RESIDENCE, No. 132 O:ANT
STREET. nearly oppo,ite the Catholrol, Pittshurg . h.
JAMES A. LIIWRIE, Attorney ut Law.,
°thee. Fourth street, Pittshitrith, I. , ,ween Smith
field and Cherry Alley. dethly
H A 1,, Surgeon I.)en tint, suet-es or to
W. Biddle . N 0.1.11 Smithfield strect.
pp- 11..11rA from eight to 1 f.'cloCk, imq from :2
to & o'clock.
alines and liquors.
WM. CLAYTON A: Co.,
witudrsor ANI lat 111.
LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
N. D1. , 0.10ND ALLEY,
NEAR Wool , STREET,
T T:7.11 r non, I , A.
Ab 00.4 on Nord 1ad,•1,1.1 try, nod
dtran,h, :11 tti • H.•.1&••,I
v. -r) lu y goddy ) , 11.1
E. I'. MIDDLETON' 800.
1711h)InTI01 .Ir
WINES, BRANDIES, Sm.
A1"0 I'll I LER' , 1Y
Fine Ohl
NO. 5 NORTH INT sTRE ET,
ly,l 1.1111-11,P1.1111A
JOHN BRIAR b CO.,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND lt ECTI 1 ,. 1" I NG DIsT.ILLE
No. 155 Liberty Street. Pitttiburgh. Pn.
",."Lsn.l. R I IN. 111
flll,l It, %\ 1,1(1
azi.l r i.F ~p 1::
tobacco and ,*egars
RINE,' A1:1
TY .
TOR ACCO, SNU rip AI NO SEC
nl4l .c 'Tf:EF*I
i.l ' Ak it ' lo4llll.l L,
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
Virginia illiewing Tobacco,
WOOD STREET,
I nd., LI, Ml. ("ht. I._y
fui
o_ l .
8:11P/111.1•,1;\'1111111'14'1•:.
(.() :\:•1 . - 1 0;ENCI . : IrECHNINI;
,11.4 ntuak. 1,211 1. , z/s,
4z1.1 c 1.., V Eli I' 1., I:11 1,. 1..
FURNITURE,
MEM
I.IN EI:I{S,
He ol{-.•ro rout 11,- I'.,ldm•l !t/1.1 i'lr.ir
ttl v. 14. r, iu 1.11..3/111 til.•
111 inspil,llFilly `•
11 OW fie
l'orotot in 'A3III of FortiLuro tr4ll tin.l I u.. a lart ,
portionly to tatrolt,o, the prr, 1• , 1.4•1“. , put •1.0111
From 10 to 2 5 per Cent
LoWER THAN
H. 11. RI AS,
rub.' CO Flynt N•r REV!
JAMES W. WOODWELL.
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
1:14 BRA CI NI I evory still.' of Furnit urt
1t04t•w.,".1, and 1V .hint.. antal.la
Claunim.ra and. 1 /min% 1 a.1.1 to at
Ln New Yolk and 11,11ad,lphnt, and at
PRICES.
Every article 111.10 by band. and Warranted.
air Cabinet Maker, ,lipplied any yetailty
Fil natirt, and C1i141,, I M rl,ll
4 1.:.1.11.
and 4teatul.at, flirmedled at Me nherte.t nota, lour
teem,. Sin. Ti and 79 Third 'greet, Pitt-tau gh, Pn.
mr1:1)d
Olarriagcs.
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY,
EASTERN REPOSITORY.
JOSEPH WHITE
-HAS JUST It Ec.EI VED AT 1 I 11:: RE
pusyroitv, situated near the Twin ald,, 1mn,1,--
te.cen Ptttehureh and Lawrenceville.a splendid and gene
ral assortment of Carriage, Buggies, Sul ka, Ote. Ilia
arrangements are 411011 that 110 is ehmdantly receiving
1101N111111Nee0111111111.1 V 011 1 010,101111.110 lanal, maV rely
on alwaye finding a good sopeli on hand. lie also-man
ufacture:4 to order tin clo•rt notice,
RRIM: 1414;1W:1,
and all pertaining to the lalsine,u. With eighteen years
wactical experience in the I.mmec,. and hi, evil known
I . teddies, it, flatters himself that lie one], great induce.
incnt, to purchasers.
Q.t. 101,1114•11 011 tile route of tt
Ex, e1,40r Omnil,th. Line of Ontr•ll,,, p t ,in g th e
ovory fifteen mtnut..4.
JOllti S. SILAIEFER'S •
Carriage and Harness Repository
NOS_ 7 AND 9,
CUR. DIAMOND ALLEY AND DECATDIt t4THEE7
BETWEEN THE. DI AAI NI AND LIBERTY ST
PITTSBII P. 6 11, PA
Carriage, •, , Wr..41. toil nod I.ka,fit oil , ou - nra,,,a
Repairing cluu , ia - oloptl3. Poreha,..l, eoanil
%NI find a large a. , onnlont of
CARRIAGES. IitIGGIES ANI., HARNESS,
Whitt, will ?lease them, I.th ae to qualityiaml price
rnyStlytv
C. WEST &-
CO., IIANIIVACTNE-4 OF
CARRIAGES,
ROCKAWAYS, BUI1(i1F-•3, SULKIES AND SI.F.I(aIS
.21). 197 Pool 6t, csl, Pithburgh,
AN- All work warranted to be of the best malerial9
and workmanship. tnyl24lydN
Vatents.
THE LAST PAST.
THE CLIMAX CRA FAN.
THE SUBSCIt I It Elts HAVING BOHCIIIT
the right to manufacture, in Allegheny and Arm
etrong counties, the cue., Groie dot blot, the
factory will be round :it MUNN Jr. BA ItTt iN's, corner of
Boyd street and Fourth ,treet road. Fanners will find
it to their advantage to roll and see them. They take
the premium everywhere that they have been shown.
They are neat, cheap and the faste:+t ever known.
W. INGLIS,
notlaydAw J. STACY
INDOW PAPER—Forsnle by
J. B. WELDIN,
63 Wood street, near Fourth.
DOLL
Pirraßunau, Pa.
OPEN DAILY, from 9 to 2 o'clock ; also,
on Wednesday and Sarday evenings,
( from No- Ist to November Ist, from 7to o'clock: and from No
vember let to May let. from 6 to 3 o'clock.
Deposits received et' sums not Tres than Ooe
Doman., and a - dividend of the profits declared twice a
year, in June and December. Interest has been de
clared semi-annually, in June and December, since the
Bank was organized, at the into of six 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 Juno and December, compound
ing twice a year without troubling tho depositor to call or
even to present his pass book. At this rate, money will
double in less titan twelve years, making; in the aggre
gate IMIIT ATM ONE-HALT PLR CENT. A YEAR,
Books containing the Charter, By-Laws, Rules and
Regulations, furbished gratis, On application at the
office
E. SIMPSON.
H. RIPI'ES
DUNCAN, SHERMAN & CO
33,A.1NT-lECERS,
Cornor of Pine and NosaattEita., Now York, •
1,110 1, , tt.,8 of cr,lit and Circular Solos fur travelers,
artul,tt,le la all the rili,a of the tinted States, Canaria;
the Wc,t India 1...1and,t, etc., bitnilar to throe in such
rxt..naive • . r r rn
AU :11:1 1.t.1113 rains. It. LOON/R.
ALTST.I 4..):1118 Dealers in
Prom;,sory No tow. thmcls, :and .11 So
...orktiev liar ninney.
Money loninni on Cheeks at short dates, with rollaterni
Ntll A NI. DRAFTS BOUGHT ANT) SOLD.
Pon.on. decring Leans t.tul I.• acennunotlitted on
rea.....tt1.1e term.. 10 Id 1. :11.1E:lliSIN can 1,0 furnished with
gO.hi r,mnm,•racit,
AI attend to the Renting and 14Abing of Real
Ertate.
tniee, No. O STREET. nbcve Wood.
111112.1 y L'ttlM 1.3, Notary Public.
Nllt)LAf!✓. , 4 ti( ) - NS, Bankers :And Ex
. 111 , 0pr:1,11nd 1. 1 0110/11, 10 1`,11.20%, //rOll3,
1 1‘4 , /. : illy, and Bank Non, Exi•liangi•
on Ow oil IVi.aterii 1 . 10 v.+ for .at..
C11 1. 4 . 11 , /-1 1114,1.. in 011 tln. call, 1 111 , 10:00UL 111.
1:11.•U Star. q. ria•eivi.,l In par funds or c• 11 1 --
1 , 10 No. G 7 Marko!. ,Lre...l tin 'Third r.ud
et.rvet, L0124.1:1y
WHOLESALE GROCER,
WM. 11...1111'11
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
11 a 111. Li Phil%
MILLER Si. RICK ETSON,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
DitANDIEM, WINEA AND Sh.'GADS,
1'221 AND toRNEI: LIHEIifYIAND
A .‘" / 1: .1 OE.V TS F
SWEARER'S CITY GLASS
Iron, Nails, Cotton Varni. Con
ntantly oil Hand.
r,'1,1 1;. WI: i 11% ,, i1 , 11.:,
Vl' L ESA LE GB OC Ens
AN I. 1 . 117,111: rad kl H tti UFAt7FUILFZUJC.NSItALL,I"
;,trortrarding and o)nnntission.
w 1.1.1 AM EATON,
NO. 216 SOUTH FRONT STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
air Agent .t C.... Champagne; Duteh
C-ttive.y (1111; 113N11113 amt German 5e
..11• „ 111 Cuwtnm Ilona and 10
Kegltly•
f.J.• Ft .
J 0 111 31 00 II -
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Nil 74 WATER STREET, 1-111.4 1W M RH. ET,
Ni )TICE To ENTS.-
t:et.r. Patent Let - killer and French Calf
111.1 A l' silt )EP, wln,ll wu nr.• low. nt
SUMMER MILLINERY.
chimrcies Clothing . Emporima
MRS. M. A. WEAVER
HAS ()PENEI) Al'
A full as,ortmuul of
ef the latest styks.
( 1111.1.1:EN'S CLOTH ISO kept eouNLautly on Ilan
tll,llado to .rder.
door to the 'frimoilug Store, towor
myl4,ly
MEM
R 8A L E.—A dwelling
house of hall, five rooms and cellar, on
Ann street, Allegheny, with lot of ground 214 feet frost
by 110 deep to Itolanson street, Also, a cottage how
Oil Itohinson street. Price for all, V 2.0. Terms easy.
S. I'UTIIBEIZT ,t SOS, 51 Market St. •
r EAB,uP EXTRA Fl E QUA LITy
he best :wsniarnent in the city will always be found a
E PEKIN TEA STORE,
ILS Fifth Sti - cd, Near Wood.
I a 2,5 S. JAYNES.
50 . A i ER's WORM Co N - FECTION,
for sale by
HARTWE.LL & SR EPHARD, Druggists,
fe2l Corner Wood and sixth streets
WINNER'S COLLECTION OF MUSIC
FOR TILE VIOLIN, consistin g of
.1711.1.11
scIIOTTISCIIES,
UALLRILLF.S,
OLEAq. IVALTZES. Ithrtrarß, HORNPIEGs. REELS, hoe, FANCY
OnTS, and InIICE popular airs, arranged in an easy man
•r Liir tbs• violin. by S. Winner. price 50 cents. Copies
laded on receipt. Of price. For pale by.
JOHN H. MELLOR. 81 Wimcl street
p EA L JAPAN BLACKING.—This
iues
tinwble composition, with half the labor, pro
.lll,a, a must brilliant jet black, taunts nourishment to
the leather. and is free front any unpleasant smell. For
wholesale er retail, by . _
•-• JOS. FLEMING,
) , 31) corner Diamond and Market -treat.
-
BROWN'S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA
4; INGEIII—An excellent family inednme, for sale
wholeNtli, and retail, by JOS. FLEMING,
corner Mark et,st" and Diamond.
HERRING -10 bills. Eastport, new;
iu do Alew“
F _
N DRY I RON—Zit) tons Lake Superior
A: Foundry iron, to arrive and tor axle Ly y
ap9 HENRY IL (N)1,1.11(Za.
WIRI)(AV CURTAINS—At
and Retail, for sale by
rrirlo W. P. MARSHALL & W.
B EANS. -100 bushels, fbr sale by
WM. 11. SMITH k CO
-
ny4 118 8,,c00d, and 147 Fourth streeta.
50 0 LEzcitOLL SULPHUR—
F.,. •
sale
HARTWELL & SHEPHARD,
feat ,Gamer Wood and Et j iXt4r3.3trte'et:i.g.'
• 1.
financial.
AR SAVINGS MA K,
NO. 65 FOURTH. STREET,
CHARTERED IN 1855.
PitrFALENT.
GEORGE ALBREE.
VIVE prizein: JAJ - ra w;
,n 1;
jel S o. r h Aed o kinn e ,
ken t f e ; ; ro g , r ,
Hopewell Hepburn,
nney
Janie, Shidle. Alexander Bradley,
James Kelley,
Bola.rt Bubb,
IYltas Pennock, William S. Lave]
Elill Burgwiu,
n.
71111eTELS.
P. A. Madeira, .
John B. Mellor,
honey B. b. bleeds,
James .
Walter P. Marshall,
Wilson Miller '
Hoary L. Bingwalt
John M. Sawyor,
George S. Solder,
John B.
Aloxander,Tindle,
Thoohald Urnbotaette
Isar Whinier. r'
John Packnfon,
John Canfield.
J. Gan tme r
Alonzo A. Carrier,
David Campbell.
John S. Cr,graV e,
Chad,. A. Cohn,
hou g h,,
Fralld•ts
Benj. 1.. Fahne,tael,,
Jain, W. Mailman,
William S. Llaven,
Chatlea Ii nap,
lEW.CIVITART AND TRWL"T.ZI4-
CHARI,E.S A. CI 'LION.
(rotors.
IV I LLI 11 RAGA LE V,
NO3. 18 and 20 Wood Streot,s
PI TTS/IUILCi II
.1( /L. HUNTER.
w.m. 11. sincrii & co.,
08 SECOND AND 147 FIRST STREETS,
Pllt.bovgh, Pa
W Ituwrrsom, illtnburp
II:II IN S
PITTSBUIRCH. PA
41W u 4 MLt2.3._...... L. t CO
M'CANDLES,S, MEANS & C 0.,(
no', CO'rTGN tiRNA,
u,i ;,yreo
l'lrrSl+l'l2GH,
Commission Merchant,
1 , 1. P. 111 K SAL I:
PIG 1 ETA I, AND 1.11.0071f.5,
I'l Trs B 1?6 , IL P
We Lace on Inv
cuNGRESS GAITERS, '
•1 FIFTH STREET
W. E. SCIIAIERTZ .t CO
-No. 24 Fifth Stroe
(UP STAIRS, IRON CITY RUILDIN(i,)
SVMMER MILLINERY
E 1. 1 N VERY 1. W
WM. H. SMITH A: co.,
119 Second. and 147 Front streots.
46 4
"'AN
'
.i:.; anstivntre,7;',i-,
WES BRANCH
Mutua Tl
Insurance
LOCH: CLINT6.I4
CHARTERED "BY TILE LEGISLATURE OF PEHN-
SYLVANIA.
Cush .. . -4300,000 I Premium Notes. V"
Pr 111 S COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
litaildings, Merchandise, Furniture, Ac., in tow or
country.
IItR.F CTO : —lron. J. J. Pearce.J. B. Hall, T. T. Abrams,
lion. G. C. Harvey. Chum. Grist, 1 1 . K. Jackman. Chas; A.
Mayer, Peter Iheksen, W. W Into, Thomas
HON. G. C. HARVEY, President.
T. T. Attaaats,Viee President. — ,
Tons: Kricnis, Secretary: -
J. A. LIPPERT, Agent,
d,2.2 No. 05 Fifth street.
iVIONONG.eIIIELA •
INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF PITTSBURGH.. •
JAMES A. HUTCHISON,President.
HENRY 3f. ATWOOD, Secretary.
OFFICE, No. 9 . B, • Water Stieet.
WILL INSURE AGAINST ALL KINDS OF FIRE
AND MARINE RISES
. ,
ASSETS--MAY Zffn, 1359,-
Stock, flue Bills, payable on demand, and se,
cured by two approved names $116,500 00
Bills Receivable_ - 38,045 C 9
Rills Inscounted boo po
115 shares 3fechamme Bank Stock, cost 6,166 DO
lou n Citizens' Bank - " " 5,17500
40 " Exchange Bank " " 2,060 DO
al " Bunk of Pittsburgh"." 2-760 DO
Balance of Book Accounts . • ° 6,1164 $4,9
Office Furniture —._ - 400 bo
-
Cash
' 04,119 04
s=i',6s3 B 1;
HENRY M. ATWOOD, Secretary:
DIRE&MRS:•'
James A. Hutcheion, Gore A. Berry,
Wm. 8. - Holmes, ' Robert Dairen. ;
William Rea, Joseph Kirkp4tri Ir,
Wilson Mille_ ' n
re John-MA/ e y'Ll ' Wm. A. Caldwell;
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Inddinnity'Against Loss 'by - Fire;
rir.HE FRA.NKI,EN , FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. 0t1ice,.N0.43.5
and 437 CHESTNUT STREET, near Fin. '
STATEMENT OV ASSETS, JLNUAtT lot. 187,9.
Putti,hot AgrctoGly to. An Act of Jto:anloto,
First Mortgages, amply secured... $1,731,600. 89
Real Estate, (present value 8 1 03,313131,) COS k 77,764 71
Temporary Loam( on ample Collateral 4.(.. - 1.8 88,530 20
Snicks, (pre,. nt value (1,13,f47 73,547)
!Votes itiel little Receivable 4.808 40
(7a , 41
42,007 36:
1.25. ,76,.328 - 62
The only profile from premiums which thi o eom fiany
eau divide by law, are from risky which have been-de
termined.
10,uranees made on every description of Property, in
Tows and Country, to rates as low vs are consistent with
security.
Since their ncorpicrratioth'i period' 'of thirty:years.
they have paid losses by Fire, to an amount exceeding
Fteir Millionxot Dollars, theretryittfordingevidence of
the adirantagsvi of Insurance. as wen - as the ability and
disposition to meet with promptness all liabilities.
Losses paid during the year 1,V58,51u0,505 57.
ntiiscsoits..
Charles W. Rancher, Mordecai D. Letits,
Tobias Wagner, David S. Brown,
Samuel Grunt, Isaac Lea. • •
Jacob R. Smith, Edward E. Dale,.
George W. Richards, lteorge Fides,
CliAtt, N. BANC:BEA President.,
EDWARD C DALE, Vice President. •
WK. A. STE EL,l72ecretsry protein.
.1. GARDNER COFFIN, Agent,
inYl6 Northeast corner Third and Woodstreete.
FIRE INSURANCE
.BY THE
Reliance Mutual Insurance. Co
Of, Philadelphia,
)n Buildinv, Limited or Perpetual, Ilerehan
dine, Furniture, &c., in.town or country.
OFFICE NO. .!:.0s WA I. NUT STREET.
CAPITAL, $ 177 ,931
Invested follow,. viz:—
Fart Mortgage ott Improved City:Property. •
worth double the amount . 11G1,60000
PUurtrylvarli.ltmlrnadCo.' n G nennldortgage
Allegheny Cennty G 'p cent. rennsylyouta
IhUlmad Loan.
City of ta We 14k. LOAD..
fthilrertd e..rnpAny 9t.74qc
:4' the Mtmh..l 11,111,11,
`toel: of l'ouuty Fire 11,urwp,Cu....... ...._.,
e tick of ruin to M. y. Ininibmc•e Company.
I'lli4,lltl.ll4,irdt i ce t f. Sri
4 111,
lash on hAn.l and la ItAnn
in;.47S 4:3
C1.E.`..1 "111 , ;61.EY. Pre...-idetat-
G11,1.4:108,
Clem TmelPv. Samuel 13i 4phim,
Vii illiarn R. 11.r.mpyon, Robert ::teen..
Fredenke lirewn is William Musser.
Cornelia Steconion, Benjamin W. 1 Imlay,
John t. Worrel, Matahan Hall,
H. 1. car,km, Z. Lathrop.
liul.ert. Tolalol, ' cnark, L..Ntid,
F r,T..re , i, 1....i11, Tirol, T. liumme,
Cleat., :',. W0 , a.1. Filth Buuieu,
.1.4 t t.t. tt , t , Ht tt all. ,ti. 301.1/ Bl , Seti. Patlq.
li )1 :11..\a 101.1 N, Seeretary.
J. ki kilU.i ER CLIFFIN. A g,ela. •
Inc I , ', Sc:rth.23,t eiirtier Third nail \Vi:id :F.tria..ta.
41 - duratioital.
ST. FRANCIS' COLLEGE, •
Under the ['are of the Franciscan Brothers,
LuH Erni, CA It It IA COUNTY, PA.,
TINSTITUTION, naturally situated
± tot Educational Prirpoeea; affords 311 - the induce.
mein. that eon be desired for a Catholic Institution. If
tv lexeated in the mast healthy and Pictunalqu e rtion
of the Allenhetitesi distant lout ,iniles; from A. 0
u
ritatiort on the direct mail - route' tretwPea ,•Ipsia
and Pitteburgit The a...hone:ode year committees the
tiret of hipteinter, and will ,hove on the let day of July
following.
'the Terms. for Board, tucluding a thoruugh English
Scieutatio couree, are $lOO pet - Annum, ' •
The Clasn., and Modern Languages form an extra
oharg, 01 sla per annum.
ml aehing and use el Bedding#lo.
For I,,ra,er particnlars nt,ply to the Miperair of the
Jllege.
Reference, can he made to the Itt. Ray. /in u`Connor.
mrlidaw
VI NCEN'I"S.COLLEUE AND BEMINAT:
RV, under the care of the Benedictine Fathers,
near LATROBE, WE; COUNTY, Pa.
In the College are taught the usual branches of ED
triedi &Mention.
In the Seminary, the Classics, Mathematics, History,
fthetortes, Philo,phy, etc, and the tlillervilt branches
of higher eruchtlon ueeeo.try or useful to those aspillnq
to the Ilne,thood.
Th., terms for board and Tuition are fSo per year, to
be paid sembannually, strictly in advance.
avrilval and French, and other lanuges, rawing
Painting, Itltt-sie; form no extra ehargue,exepptmg_solne
recompensation for the use of instruments.
Medicine, Washing, Books, Stationery, tte., form extra
charges. •
For particulars apply to the Directors of the College.
The Collegiate year begins on the let of September,
and ends on the :15 of Jolrfollowing. • .
FATHER G: LUMM,
lyl 3 Director of the College.
O(,(1 00 FOR A BRICK IWITSE and
two lots of ground, on Bank Lane, Al
legliony Cay.
s2„:.tto fur acres of choice land, and dwelling houser ,
at 4 miles from the city.
$3,500 for 115 acres of land, at sixteen miles from the
arty, with good improvements,
plasm for 20 acres of land, at four miles fromlthe city;
emod dwellitm house. barn, stable, Ac—orchaad of fro rt
11s) to 500 trees, all under good fence—coal of good qual
ay. no improvements on the place are worth $ 4 ,500.
litese properties and many others arc for salo by
S. CUTHBERTg SON.
iyn Real Estate Agents, Ed Market street.
RA N DI ES FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES
_.13 —Warranted of the best quality. Maws complete,
assortment of Wines, NVltis_keys and Gins', - Of superior
qualitr, kept constantly on hand at
.• JOSEPH
lel6 ' Corner' Diamond and Market street:
VANS, FANS.- 7 2,500 l'ajm Leaf Fans,
~old by the enee or eingle. Silh; Liaon 4nil piper
Fans, at low prices at EATON. (MEE S CuT, '
JYI Fifth and Market sta.,
VA L II ABLE' INFORMATION - - to
131.141.1JERS.—Mouldingii, Window Friunes,pmad
kiorii, Shuttere, aci.•; -in faet,--eioryikind
of woodwork used in tinilding, nil made of good mate
rials by the best of workmen and unrivalled machinery.
liraekeb, of every pattern furnish:a:l i.eroll sawing
done. J. & H. T. P 1210.6,
• Central Planing Milli, -
Water street, between Federal and Beater,
apS Allegheny Cat • .
Q A U NDER'S VIOLIN SCHOOL.—A new
and scientific Self-lnstructing School for the violin,
on an entirely new method; intended for beginners,
lunateurs and teachers. This work is particularly in
tended to give the scholar a Short, thorough and scien
tific method of playing the violin in all its branches; in
less than one half the time than la required (min any'
other work ever published or Introduced in thiacsun
try—by George Saunders. PricesOcente. • For sahib);
JOHN 11. MELLOR; --
No. 81 Wood straeL
of the price. • my2.l
jos mailed on recei
pURE STILE CATAWMA WINE.-I
have on hand a large supply of pure `still Catawba
Wino for medicinal purposes. Those wishing anything
lu this line should can and examine my stock before
purchasing elsewhere- JOS. FJ.P.MOIO,
mrlY Mrn.r Disroevoi •nel Mark,'
CHEESE. boxes extra prime cutting
Cheese for sale by
HENRY H. COLLINS
AKE FISH.-210 packages for sale by
4.4 Iyo HENRY H. COLLINS.
W 1 - 11 TE BEANS —5O bushels fur sale by,
WM. H. SMITH & CO.
SYRUP -2N lib's. prime Syrup for salehy
IVbf. H. SMITH & CO,
je2o Second and Front eta. 1
SUPERIOR RECORD CAP.—For sale by
J. R. WELDIN.
Wood street near Fourth..
EFSE--50 boxes choice Goshen Cheese
received and for i-ale at
HAWORTH & BROWNLEE'S,
npB corner of the Diamond and Diamond alley.
111110SIN.-300 bbls. 2 Rosin, on hand
ILL and for alio by B. C. ♦ J. H. SAWYER.
ARNOLD'S FLUlD—Warranted genuine,
for sale by J. R. WELDIN,
63 Wood street, near Fourth
CHECK BOOK—On all the Banks, for sale
by
Pd
R.
Fan*, *, pp 4 63146
MUNN
I!PIE=Iii
Mein:.: -
A LL WHO ARE SUFFERING FROM
Ai the effects of sntliftil excess, self-abuse, or the
- - ,debilf,re exiting .UOM aunt Disease., cast bEraneely and
perMaentlY restore to perfect health, stiengta, and
vigor, by using the
- , • -,f,ELIXIR DVIE
r
ceipt of an eminent Parisian Physician, and is constant)
used,ha,„,Enropeorith never faihng. success. It wil
'thoroughly remove all
NERVOUS DEEIT,ITY;
SEMINAL EMISSIONS
aan
.• - •
- IMPEDIME TS TO , MARRIAGE, ,
And will restore the SutThrer and the Impotent to a state
of perfeet - rnanysigorr , ,lr wilpthoznugbly eradicate the
effects of either - •
ma:tem r DISW% L - •
teldeV se reiMittioisanatilarelcontinnally-ehtfer
in g without knowing a remedy, . , - ,•• •
The Coot of cure is - trifling. One bottle will last on
month; and is suitable for either sex: Sea free bZ ma
to all'parte of the United States.
Price, $1 per Bottle,
-Acidxess, D. H. ANDERSON,
381 B;oedway, N. Y.
N;l3.—A Circular containing full particulars and direcs•
hone will be•sent 'with each bottle, and free to any ad
dress on application. • • •
zocAL AGENTS WANTED.
mr2Ettmlisw•end : `•
• • Dtt 4 )IIMAI:S FUR ARMY - TRANSPUR•
,- TATIoN-Yramaills will be received' att he'Quar
, rsaanostettleneraPs Office until 1 2 ,M, in' "the let da of
October next, for the transportation of military supp lies '
during the_ year.lB6o and - 18111, onthe following routes:..
1. 'From Forts Leavenworth,and Riley, in the Terri,
forq btßat r istia, (Mtn Fort Loral:Me, in the Territory of
Nebbish - a; or from any : tut on the west bank of the
ltluaonrt river north of Port Leavenworth-and south, of
latitude-12 deg. north atwhich a depot maybe establish
ed, to, thepoats which are now or may be established in
the Territory of Nebraska south oflahtude 44 deg. n orth,
in Oregon soutliOr latitude 44 — deg. north and east of
longitude 114 deg. west, and in the Territory of Utah
f l
north Oatitudif 40 degrees 'north and eait. of longitude
.114 deg aeet.. -
'Prom Fortd Le.. " .afehivoi•th arid Riley in the Ter ha,
ijb? Kansas', and from the tovrried EansaB - in the Stsue
of Missouri, to Fort Union in'the•Tiirriitoly tit NeW.Mkt
ico, or jo my, other depot that maybe designated in tb
Territory., _ t r
3. FromFprl, Union, or south other-depot as may be des
ignated igalle• TerritorY , of Nevi Ildeitico,to the posts:or
depots that are or may_. be established in the - iilitary
Department except -York; ! Elise and
n
Jhe tretg ttb be:lfni:ism - tett eaChyearwilinociae less
on either o?t the routes than one hundred thousand
pounds, nor more on routel than ten millions of pounds,
anti on routes 2' and 3 .thhn two
_milliose „ five hundred
thonsatid pdtiricts - each: ' ' • • •
Proposals will state the rate per 'hundred pounds per
hundred mileS far Which the transportation will be per
formed on each route in each month of the year, and
maybe made for all the - routes collectively, for any two
of them, or for each route separately. -
Bidders will give their tames in full as well as their
places of residence, audit° prepared to execute bonds
with good security fn such an amount as the Quarter
muoder General: may defeimine..,
Contracture must be in readinesadtir gervice by the
let day of January. 1860 rand as transportation may be
demanded at any time for the whole weight to be trans
ported during the year 'on all or either or the routes,
they will be required to have places of busines or sigen
'cies at or in the yiothity.olForl..Leayenworth; Fort. Lar
amie, and Fort Union, ()rather dePotin New Mexico, at
which they may be communicated with promptly - and
• , -Eac 'proposal must bii.accompanied by a guarannie,
signed by three firtrieraperamikrioweoramataabrily
certified.to tbegnartermester General. setting fortil that
if the party proposing shall be awarded the contract,
they Will enter an obligation for its faithful Perfermartee-
Proposals . will be endorsed as follows : Proposals for
Artlty Trampurtation, and none will be entertained- un
less they fully comply with all the stipulations set forth
in this advertisement.
. . . . . . , ~ . .
The right is reserved of rejecting any or all the 'bid.
that may he made.
_QUARTZBXXSTIII. GLVF:II..\I:B OFFICZ: '
.. .
, WaRillOglAITI, Jape 27, 1559.
jy • 4si ;
111 2 . ' fliktl
.
Navy Beefand Pork for 1860
• rr D nix' . - )
• • - Bureau of Provisions andclothing,
July 15,1659 _ • )
SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed " Pro
posals for Beef," and "Proposals for Pork - " RA the
ea+se may he, trill be received at this attic:el:m[o 0 o'clock,
A. u., on Wednesday. the oth day of September next, for
form bhing and delivering, free of all coat and risk to the
United States, at the following narryards : •
Barrels beet. Barrels pork.
.4,000 4,000 '
ASSETS, $'376,478 43
At Charler.town, Alas.--
At Brooklyn, N. Y
At llosport„ Va
5 , 1010 • 5.500
One-hal rot said beef and pork must be deliverd stench
of the above named yards, respectively - ;gip" the Ist day
of April, 1560 and the remaining half by the dab day . of
Jane, 1000, unlessieindier deliveries should be required
by the chief of this huri'ait. — Paytndnt - ti7 ba made with
in thirty days after delivery. • .
Bidders must specify their prices separately and die
tinetly in separate tafers for the beef and for the 'pork,
and for each of the places of delivery, covering all ex
penses and all charges.
The beef meet be froMwell-fattened cattle, slaughter
ed between the lst day of October, 1559, and the Ist day
of January, 1580, and weighing not less than six hundred
pounds, net weight, each. The legs and leg rands of the
hind quarters, and the shins and shoulder-clodts,` the
shoulders of mutton and ends of sticking pieces. and at
least twelve pounds from the neck end of each fore
quarter, or the parts marked Nos. 1, 2. 1; 4 and 5, on the
drawing or delineation of the fore and hindquarters of
an ox, which will be attached to and form a part of the
contract, must be wholly excluded from each barrel; all
the other pieces are to be packed, and, instead of being
rat with a etearer. matt be cat throuh with a saw and knife,
gm: the went a smart- neat', and smooth oPPs,xuss.es^ h
, efti
pierot than eight pounds, nor DIGTC t h an tirdce
fientabi, erteh, , •
10,000 00
u 000 .00
4,0/40 00
10.100 00
/4,0 00
The pork must be packed from corn-fed; Well.fattened
hogs, slaughtered between the tint day of - December,
and she first dayef)Tanuary,lSCO,And weighing not
leas than two hundred pounds each. excluding the heads;
jeles, necks, shoulders, hams, legs. , fee; intusi nintßa
lard and all refusepiece4tind must bectit wills onto anal
loin,. in pieces weighing not less than six pounds, nor
more than twelve {rounds, each.
Both the beef and pork must be salted with at least
one statute. bushel of Turk's 'lsland. - Isla of May, Key
West solar, Onondaga solar, or St. Übe'nealt; and the beef
!tnet havefive °Miens et firm pUbredied saltpetre to each
larrei,exc exclusi ve
ve of a pickle, to be made from fresh water
as strong as salt will-make it, and must be" perfectly
brikshi and clear.
Each barrel must contain full MO pounds net weight
of beef or pork, amino excess of weight in either article
will be paid for. t • -
The barrels must be entirely now, and be made of the
best seasoned heart. of white-oak staves and heading.;
the staves to
,too not less than fivoeighths 9f an inch
thick, anal th headings übt leis than three-fourths of
an inch•thick: they must be three-fourths hooped over,
including the iron hoops, with the best white-oak or
hickory hoops, and each barrel must have on it fouriron
hoops, vie one of one and a half inch in width on each
bilge, and one ef one and an eighth inch in width on each
dome, and each to be of one-sixteenth of an inch thick.
Each barrel must be of the tutemal capacity of thirty-two
gallons, and the iron hoops must be well painted with
red lead. . •
Each barrel must be branded by burning on its head
"Navy Beef," or " Navy Pork," as the case may be, with
the contractor's name and the year when, packed, and
weighk and shall also be branded on the bung stave with
the letter B. or P., as the case may be.- - •
The beef and pork will, unless otherwins directed by
the chief of this bureau, be inspected by the inspecting
°Ricers at the respective navy-yards aforesaid, and by
some "sworn inspector of salted provisions," who will,
be selected by the respective commanding talkers; but
their charges for such inspections must he paid by the
respective contractors, who must likewise have the bar
reds put in good shipping order, to the, satisfaction of
I the commandants of the respective ,navy-yards afore
said, after inspection, and at Meir own eTpeose.
• Two or more approved sureties in a stim equal to one
hal f the estimated' amount of the contract will requir-.
ed, and twenty per centum in addition will be withheld
from the amount of each payment:to be made, as collat
eral security for the due and faithful performance of the
respective contracts, which will on no accoui be ; paid
until the oontract.% are complied within all respect and
is to be forfeited to the United States in the event of
failure to complete the'delivenes within the prescribed
period. , In case of failure on the part of the contractor
to deliverall or any of the beef or pork above mention
ed, of the quality and at the time mud places above pro
vided, the contractor will forfeit and pay to the United
States, as liquidated damages, a sum of money equal to
twice the amount of the contractprice to be paidm case
of the ectnal delivery thereof; which liquidated damages
may bo recovered frorn time to time as they may accrue.
Payment will be made by the United Statesat the period s
above specified, (excepting the twenty per centum to be
withheld until the completion of the contract, as before
stated,) alter the said beef anti pork shall have been hi
opected and received, and bills fot the same shall leave
been presented to the navy agents, respectively, dolly
approved by the commandants or the respective navy
yards, according to the terms of the contract.
The parts of beef to be excluded will be particular!
nated In the erigrao to be attached to the contract. Per
! SOILS interested con obtain them on application at this office.
Bidders whose proposals are accepted (and none oth
ers) will be forthwith notified, and as early as practicable
a contract will be transmitted to them for execution,
which eel trapt must be returned to the bureau within
ten day s, exclusive of illy time rettuired for the regular
tranamission of the mail.
A record, or duplicate of the letter informing a bidder
of the acceptance of his proposal, will be deemed a noti
fication thereof, within the meaning of the act of 1846
and his bid will be made and accepted in conformity
with this understanding.. •
Every o ff er made must be accompanied (as directed
in the sixth section of the act of Congress making ap
propriations for the naval service for 184.6-17, approved
10th of Augukt, 18•(6) by written. gnarantee, signed by
one or more responsible 'Reraoaa,lo thp pfrePt that he
or they undertake that the bidder or iaddpr;trill, his
or their bid be accepted, enter into an obligation within
ten days, with good and sufficient sureties, to furnish the I
article proposed.
This guarantee must be accompanied by the certifi
cate of the ()tined Suites districtiudge, United States
district attorney, or navy agent, that the
. suanuitors are
able $o malt° good their guarantee,
No proposal will be considered mdess acoompanled by
such guarantee. -
The bidder's nuns and residence, and the name of
each member of the firm, where a comPany offers, with
the Christian names written In hill, must be distinctly
stated. •
Under the joint resolution of Congress, approved 27th
March,"all bids for supplies of provisions, cloth
ing. end STIVIII Stores fur the use of the naVy, may be re
jected at the option Of the departf ent. if made by one
not known as 3 manufacturer of. or regular deer in,the
article proposed to be furnished, which fa p t, or the re
verse, must be distinctly stated in tf!e OrPreg.
iylSimo•liv
Tti 1.; 'IIL'APEsT _PIANOS. 1N THE
UNITED STATES.—Just received four Rosewood
round cor nered Ili and 7 octave Pianos, manufaenned
by C. Hays £ Co., Norwiah. They are made with a
full iron frame, with French Grand Action, and made in
all respects after the designs °Nitre best makers.
6% octaves .. . . 00
7 2OO-00
They will be sold call _for cash, Bathe very
mission chargedlor.ss the' eitkeme low prices
obtained by the manufacturers will not justify them to
Bell on credit. For Bale by
nir2B JOHN H. MELLOR, 81 Wood street.
QI3rOARS.--N. 0. Sugar, Crushed, Lump,
4 Pul at vernied enJ A. C m e , tjv z tzr tor w e i n i ie low, by LE , the
fiat
•• . . in the Diamond'
A T THE CORNER OF, BANK & EAST
banes, Allegheny, two lots each 244 feet front by
61l deep, and a brick dwelling of hall, two parlors, dining
room, kitchen, wish-house, four chamber.s, arid finished
attic, a good cellar under the whole house,drant, de.
Forsale by ' ' 'S. CUTHBERT thy SON,:
mrl7 MaTtet street.;
ICE--40 tierces prime for sale by _
Ja34 Vat H. 8:11117a a co,
-4 ; : W4ii3ll
P*r*s.
P/TT B 4 II I*4; WAIN Di Id AND
•
CHICAGO RAILROAD,
Completed from Plitsturgth to Chicago
WOODRUFF, SLEEPING CARS ATTACRED TO ALL
THE NIGHT TRAINS.
• •
7.1311071 Gil PUTfigUT- 0114.1y0 A" OA CASS I
ON AND Arr Eli. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15tb, 1852
Trahia will leave the Station, - corner of Liberty and
Grant arise te,-Pittaborghl its follows
Leave_ • crestiine. Fort Wayne
.•..Press•- =lb - 0:58 a. _ 1411 P.: at.
Exprtee ....1260 • P. - M. :_ 8:45 . If. 24.30 A. X.
AARLYE AT CHlCAG O —Expre_sai'6.47 Express,
b:l7 A.
,
ARRIVE:AT PITTSBURGH—M .*l4', BP.at.;ExPres°
ACCOAO ATION TRAINS, from Federal strut,
Alleg o wly, for New Brighton, - 13:30 s. tuid 5:03 p. V.
us • a itio :"-
.Thrqugh.trains connect as follows : ,
At Alliance, with trains on the Cleveland and YittsbArgh
Railroad. .
At
dOrrsille, Ohio, to and from' Millersburg, Akron, Cuy
tt anstleld, Ohio, for Nonni Vernon, 91 - 10163 , ,, San
dusky, Toledo, Detroit, ere.'
it Crestline, for DelawartkApringteld ; Colnintancein
einnati, Dayton,ltdi,anapolis, LOWS,
Lavis
etc.
At Forest, for, Springfield, Sandusky, Dayton, ancin
nati,~etc., eta
At LAMS. for Sidney. Dayton, Cincinnati, etc:, etc. .
At Fort Wayne, for Peru, Lafayette, Incl., St. Louis, and
intermediate ports in Central Indiana andtots:
At Plymouth forLaporte, . .
At Wanatah fOr all points on the New Albany and Salem
Railroad.
And at Chicago, with trains for all points h 1
lowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
For further information and throrgh tickets apply
..1. STEWART. Ticket Agent,:
• • '
Passenger Shithm. Pittsburgh
H. C. STR , VENKiN,:Ticket Agent,
= Passenger Station, Allegheny
Through Tickets for salfiat the Ticket. Office of-the
Company on the line of the toad, to all pasta (Tale
United States, J. HOUSTON,--tr.
•jels „General Passenger Agent, Pittsburgh.
1859 BUMMER ABRANGIIII92INTABS9
On and After ?Sendai', April 1 lth.
retutsylvania Central - Railroad.
;..NINE DAILY TRAINS.
THE THROUGH MAIL TRAIN leaves the Passenger
Station every morning, (except Sundays,) at 2:50 A. a.,
stopping only at principal stations between Pittsburgh,
Johnstown, Itamsburgi - philadelphia, and at all regular
stations between Johnstown, and Harrisburg., connecting
at Harrisburg at 1 r. a., with train for Baltimore direct,
arriving in Philadelphia at 5X , 0 P. X.
THE FAST LINES leaVes 41aily, (except Sunday,) at
426 P. IL, stopping only at . principal stations, making
direct connections at Harnsbur..„. , for Baltimore, and
an T
ying
EXPRiEpTRN B
loaveesrthe
t 7Stat i on
x.
every
evening at 8 50 P. a, stopping only at Greensburg, La
trobe, Jobrntown, Wllmore, Gallitzin, Altoona, Ala. con
necting= Harrisburg with the train direet for Plaltiahore,
and arriving in Philadelphia at 10-.00 a.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS:
THE JOHNSTOWN — WAY PASSENGER
Y., TRAIN
leaves daily (except Sunday) at 00 0.0'clook., stop
ping at all stations, connecting with Indiana Branch
Train at 10.50 a. n.; and arriving at Johnstown MO P. X,
Conemaugh. 140 P. r.
THE JOHNSTOWN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
.
leaves daily, (except Sunda) s,) at 2.50 P. X, stopping at
all stations, and running as far as Conemaugh.
....
FIRST. ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for - Turtle - Creek
Bridge leaves ciady,loxcept Sunday,) 410:40
' nCOND ALV I OI B MODATION TR' All( far, Turtle
Cieek leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 4_20 P. a.
THIRD ACCOMMUDAI lON TRAM for Turtle Creek
leaves daily (ezpt Sunday,) at 6...t)r. -
RE.I WINING TRAINS arrive in Pittsburgh as fol
lows r.-Express, 12)43 PI e ; Mail, •11:50 is a; Fast Line,
1220 a. a; Johnstown Accommodation, 11.110 A. a; First
Turtle Creek Accommodation, 610 X.: Xi Second Ac
commodation; is a; Third Accommodation, itr.ls
. -
Trains - for - Blairsville and Indiana connect at Blairs
ville Intersection with Johnstown Way Passenger Train
East and West, - ExpreSs.TraisilWnst, and the Johnstown
Accommodation Train East and West.
PITTSBURGH AND CONNELLSVILLE TRAINS,
stopping at all stations on the Pittsburgh and Connells
vine Road, leave daily, (Sunday excepted) as follows :
Mail Train. 701 w; Express 'Train, 240 1...1C Return
ing trains from .Pittaburgli and, Connellsville• Road ar
rive at Pitbizrgli B:4s's.xr., arid 6:ls's: Ir." -
The traveling public will find it greatly to their inter
est, in goingßast or West, to travel by the Pennsylvania
Railroad, as- the aCcommodatione now offered cannot
be surpassed ortapy other h route. The_road is ballasted
with stone, 'and "entirely free - from dust; we can
promise safety, speed and comfort to all who may faVor
this road with thelryiatrbrur • • - - •
No New York— .. —.413 001 .Toßaltirnord. '
Philadelphia. 10 00 Lancaster,
(„Haixisburgi II .45.. -
Raggage checked to all stations on the' Penti.. - sylvania
Railroad, and to Philadelphia,Rallarnore and New York.
ONS:11
Pass g ti
engersarchasinceet.3 in car t uill_be charged
4L,E CWT.:PERM - MY addition fat he Station
fateS, except from stations where the Company has no
Agent.
case of loss, the Company Will hold
themselves responsible for. personal baggage only, 'atid
for an amount not:exceeding $lOO. • •
N. B.—The Excelsior. Omnibus Line has been
employed to .convey Passengers and„Bacgage to and
from the Depot, at a charge not to exceed aa cents for
each passenger and baggage,
• For tickets apply to. J. STEWART, Agent,
At the P. R. R. Passenger Station,
-apt: On Liberty and Grantatreels.
_ .
.Cleveland A - Pittsburgh:Railroad.
ON AND AFTER WEDICI3DAY, _Ajoril.7.4 trains will
leave - the Depot of the Pennsylvania Railiotid, in 'Pitts
burgh, as follows , -
ittsburgh, Clevclpnd and.C7,,icago Line , —Express trains
leaves Pittsburgh at 1215 a. x., and 1535 a,st., for Cleve
land, Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit, Milwaukee, Chicago, and
the North West. The 1.115 P.M. train connects at - Bayard
with trains for all points on the Tuscarawtra Branch:. ,
Passengers desiring 'to go to Chicago via Cleveland,
must be particular to ask for. tickets via Cleveland:
• River Line,—Express trains leave at 1215 a. and
1:05 P. M; for Wheeling, Zanesville, Circleville, Colum
bus and Cincinnati. The 12.15 a. M. train stops at Wells.
ville. Steubenville and Stations helots - Steubenville. 'The
1:05 P. train stopa at WellsvillelandP,statiobs below
Wellsville,
Mall Train leaves at 645 a. st; stopping at all - Way Sta
tions on River Line. • •
, Accommodatiortleavesati 5:00 5. is.;'r - .tinning to ok
Ws
villa only, - stopPlng at tilt . WayStations,- • -
Pittsburg)), ClasinthiacuxlClpoianatt Shari Line via Sim,
beim/le.—Fast EiPresi at 12:15 a. a., and. Express Los r.
rt., for ,Newark, Columbus, Dayton, Endianapolia, t n
cinnati, Cairo, St. Louis, New Orleans, and all points in
.
the South West. • -
The Express Train runs through-from Fittsbargh to
Cincinnati, without change of oars: 4 Splendid Sleeping
Cars attacked to each'Express train •- -
Passengers desiringto go: to Cotumbu.s,,l.Stionnatl,
etc, or any point beyond Cannlicti
must be particular to ailifoi tickets via Steubenville.
Baggage checked through arid handled free of charge.
Fars always
,as any other Mule, andconnec.
bens certain. .
Through Tickets can be procured .
at Pittsburgh, Hai
rislxtvgli. Philadelphia, New York and Boston,
F. R. MYERS, General Ticket Agent, Cleveland.'
JNO. STEWART, Ticket Agent,
Liberty Street Depot, Pittsburgh.
A 8.59, Baltimore anflOhlo Railroad Co. 18fs9
THE • BALTIMORE ' , AYE; ',Ono RAIL
ROAD COMPANY iabw - preiared to receive
and' forward Merchandise under through bills of lading
to and from PITTSBURGH AISTI THE EASTERN
CITIR3.
Rates guaranteed to beequally favorable with those of
the Pennsylvania Railroad e , onapany or any other line.
For information as to rates, facilities, etc., etc, appli
cation may Iss • made by letter or in. person to either
of the uncle/leaned agents: - -
Al BOSTON, Moses potter, corner State and Washing
ton streets.
• .
the4t.fiF.W.YORR, C. W. ^^t Broadway, above
Astor .YORK, C.
At PHILADELPHIA, Calhoun k COWtOrip corner
Broad end Clie_m , streets. r . •
At PHILADELPHIA, Gal.' Kelly, corner Sizth and
Chestnut streets. • • • .
At BALTIMORR.I. T. England , Camden Station.
At PITTSBURGIL.J. A. Caughey, lAA Water street.
40- Particular attention of merchants, mantifacturers
and shippers generally, of Pittsburgh, Allegheny City,
and vicinity, is called to the, facilities of this 41111 V2otide
as cOmPared with others, and their e and Givers
are respectfully solicited. - .NRY D.
isitrAr General Freight Agent B.A. 0. R. R.
TEIV - ROUTE VIA -' AND
.
RArtalga.
Indianapolis & Cincinnati Railroad.
Connecting at Indianapolis with. Terre Haute, and
Terre Haute and Alton Railroad, to St. Louis and-Lafay
ette and . Indianapolis, New Albany and Salem, and
Aliehlgari Ceatral Roads for CHICAGO, ROCH ISLAND,
BURLINGTON,'and all intermediate_ points.
Through Freight Train to INDIANAPOLIS, TERRE
HAUTE., LAFAYETTE and PERU. •
Freights carried from Cincinnati or• Lawrenceburg in
less time than by any other route-by twenty-four hours.
and at as low rates. The only road by which shipments
Cana made from Cincinnati to the . West, without
breaking Consignments madi to J. E. GIBBONS, Agent, at Cin
cinnati; or, W , CUTTLNG, Agent, at Lawrenceburg,
will racciVa praFaPt nitelation, and no charge for-corn
misst9n 44ar rifOr ' arasrage or counnitrion at Laiterastos
bum
For further information applyto THOSIAS RATIGAN,
(No. 115 Water street,) Agent of the Company, who is
prepared tugive Talcum RiCILPIS to. Indianapolis, Terre
fo'Hrdsville aute, Lafayette, Chiengt,, Peru, Greencastle, Craw-
Charlesten Paris and Mattoon.
• H. C. LORD, Pre.ndeit.
„ General Freight Agent.
t...n.nnai
1 13Iassware.
at.rara OVILEIM..— M01144a1.11.08214905.
CZDWA.ILD .......... ........fIZN yL HINGRALT.
URLING, & CO., Mann
factorers of Cut, Pressed and Plain Flint GLAISS
WARE. Warehouse, No. 17 Wood street, corner
Front, Pittsburgh.
All other kinds .af Glaspare and Window Glaa
at low market prides.' ' ' ' rapthdly
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• 11@041289 ANDxilmiita' or
CIGARS,
AND Grar/r•SAL coxnassioN mme6tuavrs,
NO. 45 WEST LOMBARO ST.,.BALTIMORE, MD.
We invite the attention H of the trade to our large and
well assorted stock of German and•DOMeatie - tigers.
Our facilities for importing:as well as that - variety- of our
assortment are =surpassed by any house bit the S
while large contralto made by one of theft= titteji
during_the
dull times, in Germany, enable us to hold out extraM
dninments to cair friend' at =lnt, . se2BlY,
A. 'A' F. M=AR BT . R
AT H. 3,WI m,EB RA.T:ET)
BPAERLINe ROC)vina .moRELLE
i mroarte d an d for sale bj , V. & MARBURG,
se'22l3, Solo Agents, Baltimore Md.
,
CLERMAN. HARDWAREAA.NI):OIkny„.
rjr - • RY, UnportedindlOr idle at low_flgures, by
W. 4.. 4% F. MARBURG BaMwore, Md.
CARTWRIGHT & YOUNG,
(Successors to Jan Cart wright,)
MANTJFAQTURERS AND IMPORTERS
ANL of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Surgical and Dental
ltistrontents, Luna , Pistols, plating Tackle, etc,. No. SO
WOod street. They ere special attention to theiruendliec
taring of Trusses, BupporUrs, etc. Jobbing and fte.r .
lug wit/Lrallutllll4.q. 4 944esiEstsex -.
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