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MORMIVG POST JOB OFFICE.
BARR & MYERS,
BOOK & JOB PRINTERS,
PLAIN & FANCY PRINTING,
49. IXs MIL CO ..61. ,
tigintarrial,perantile gegal dark,
POSTERS, PROGRAIIIIIES, &c.
LARGE ADDITIONS OF NEW TYPE & MACHINERY
The facilities for turning out Work with proinptnexe and
despatch cannot be excelled by any other
office in the city.
J. 111../r4ZT DAVIS. 'mart Pllll-LIP.I. JOS. H.
[Firm of J. & H. Phillips.]
DAVIS & PHILLIPS.,
[SucceAvors to Phillips & Co.]
Brass Founders and Finishers,
PLUMBERS, GAS & STEAM FITTERS,
CHANDELIERS, PENDENTS & BRACKETS,
STORE, NO. 67 WOOD STREET,
Printing. Job and all Kinds of Wrapping
PAPER,
iWAREHOUSE, NO. 27 WOOD STREET,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
Iliii•bitaga bought at mark4nees. myH
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
c Anto, ILLINOIS.
WHARF BOAT PROPRIETORS AND
SHIPPING AGENTS of Illinois Central Roil
road. Mark Goods, in all cases, to oar care.
nornlydaw—Jlo
TOS. FLEMING, successor to L. Wilcox
& Co., corner of Market street and the Diamond,
keeps constantly on hand a fall assortment of our( .
MEDICINES, MEDICINE CHESTS, PERE UM FRY, and
ally articles pertaining to the business.
Zir Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded
at all hours. jetty
WILLI= P. YLLSHALL.- -JOSUE' D. WOORSE.
WP. MARSHALL S.: CO., Importer
and Dealers in French and American PAPER
HANGINGS, No. 87 Wood street, Pittsburgh.
Air- Sale agents for the celebrated manufactures of
Messrs. Delicourt & Co., Paris. au;
ILMILES 11.011IIIT J..k.50120f.di.
EYMER & ANDERSON, (successors to
Joshua Rhodes k Co. wholesale dealers in FOR
VC FRUITS. NUTS, SPICES, CONFECTIONERY,
SUGARS, &e., No. 89 Wood Street, opposite the St,
Charles Hotel, Pittsburgh. ap2
M. LITTLE,
MERCHANT TAILOR
FULTON, BELL AND BRASS
• FOUNDER, No. 70 SECOND Street; Pittsburgh,
A, Is prepared to furnish to order,
CHURCH, STEAMBOAT, FACTORY AND OTHER
BELLS, OF ALL SIZES,
From 10 to 10,000 pounds.
CHIME BELLS made to order. STOP AND GAUGE
COCKS of all sines, for Steamboats.
MINERAL WATER PUMPS, COUNTER RAILINGS,
and every variety- of Brass Castings finished in the
neatest manner.
Elir- RABBIT'S 'ANTI-ATTRITION METAL;
TON'S PATENT MERALLIC PACKING, for Steam
En • 'nes. a 239
Having resumed the Retail Drug Business at the
above well known stand, established by me in
28513, (lately known as J. Abel k Co.'s) and having
enlarged and improved the same, I shall endeavor, by
close personal attention and careful supervision of the
business, to merit a continuance of the patronage here.
thfore so liberally bestowed. Pure and unadulterated
medicines alone will be kept, and a full assortment of
articles usually sold in first class establishments will
always be on hand.
Prescriptions accurately compounded at all hours.
.. Country Physicians furnished with pure medi.
aloes at lowest prices. L. WILCOX.
nol Corner Smithfield and Fourth streets,
SAMUEL FAHNESTOCK,
ESEPOR'fER AND DEALER IN
Foreign and Domestic hardware,
No 74 Wood Strut, Pittsburgh.
The subscriber has received, in addition to his rail
stock of Hardware, and a very heavy stock of Meat and
Sausage Cutters and Smilers, and a very large stock of
Sleigh Bells, loose and on strings, of a much superior
quality_to that usually sold in the market, all of which
will be sold on the lowest terms.
se= SAMUFJ., FAHNESTOCH.
COUNTRY RESIDENCES FOR SALE.—
A valuable Property of six acres, with a good dwel
ling house, 'lrellwd sidgarden, three-fourths of a mile
lrom the city, $5,50u. Aliso, a desirable property of 20
acres, at four intim s from th e city, with good bric k dwel
ling house, 500 fruit trees, Tram:, and small fruits, VW®.
Also, an excellent property
fruit , f3.l4',ucres, good house 1000
trees, &c 4 situate at
—ides front the city, „V,500.
The above are all in healthy atu nleasant locations, and
immediate possession can tee ha ,
. 14 eMPtat" A ts, Ll Market st.._
S. CIITnBERT & SON,
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Black and
T EAS. -A choice selection -4.
Green Teas, to store and for sale lrtioleeale or i . to ,
tall, at the Pagoda Tea Store, corner of u ie Di amond
and Inzunond alley.
fe2l _ . ______ -
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lli/fACARONI.-25 boxes Italian;
111 VERMICELLI-25 do do;
OLIVE OIL—% dozen genuine, in quarts k
•25 do do in pints;
5 do Lucca, in Florence
lisudrs, lust received and for sale by
REYMER & ANDERSON,
39 Wood et. , opposite St. Charles Hotel.
CORN MEAL.-30 bbls. Choice Sifted
Meal; 80 bbls . Choice Unsitied Corn Meal just
-received and for sale by JAMES A. FETZER,
ap9 -- --corner of Market and First sta.
OTATO 00,barrels for.sae by
spla JEMMY B. OOLLIIII3.
11l TEM 1102.120FLST 008AX1 OF MTH A= WOOD VIIIZ/111.
RATES (S'r'ADIrERTISING
Thri Lena.
Ileas T•l.. Ow • Let Weak
• ••ok. • wok. wk. 17 PP.
A MAMMOTH 'WEEKLY,
IN CLUBS OF FIVE,
JAMES P. BARR Y
Editor and Pro .rietor.
Corner Fifth k Wood Ste. Pittsburgh.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OP
Executed in the finest style.
At short notice, on reasonable terms.
Particular attention paid to the Printing of
For Concerts, Exhibitions and Circuses.
HAVING SICLYSLT DELT lIADT TO TUTS ZSTAHLIBLIXSZT,
business (bards.
FOUNDRY AND SHOP, No. 198 FIRST ST.
Pittsburgh, Pa
S. B. & C. P. MARKLE,
PHILLIPS Sc CO.,
NO. 54 ST. CLAIR STREET,
(Dr. Irish's New Building,)
PITTSBURGH
WILCOX,
APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST,
Ctrrner of Smithfield and Fourth Street.
HAWORTII k BRCowNLEE
4 k #~`y~~g
.is
...
Maids and gestaurants.
CORNUCOPI/E RESTAURANT,
BY ELI YOUNG, FIFTH STREET.
THE ATTENTION-
OF MERCHANTS
and others is directed to this establishment, which
has been recently fitted ap fdr the purpose of attording
a SUBSTANTIAL EATING HOUSE IN A CENTRAL
LOCATION. Country folks attending market arepar-
Ocularly Invited to =II. Everything pertaining to an
EATING SALOON will always be found, of the freshest
the market affords. ap29:daw
B. D. MAREzit, TH0.11.1.9 GR-klllOl
SCOTT HOUSE,
Co.. Irwin street and Duquesne Way,
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
MARKER & GRAHAM,
13'22 PROPRIETOES.
SEETON'S OLD STAND,
IN THE DIAMOND,
JOHN SAVAGE, Proprietor
Haetrig taken 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 beet the market affords. Oysters
will Le served up in every variety of style, durin the
season. His Wiles. Liquors and Ales he feels confident
in recommendin g to the public for their excellence.
nolUtly
- • -F.,...1r.cmr..,5i0rt.
OYSTER AM) EATING ROUSE,
lio. 111 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH.
WEIGLISALE RETAIL DILLI-130
LAKE AND EASTERN FISH,
FRESH PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE OYS
TERS AND WILL) DAME,
All in their Proper Season.
n 0263 GEO. REINEMAN & CO.
MANSION HOUSE, GEO, AURENTz,
Proprietor, No. 314 Liberty street-just beside the
Passenger Depot of the Pennsylvanii Railroad, %%ied,
makes it the most convenient house in the city for pas
sengers arriving by that road.
The proprietor having, at considerable expense, fitted
up, in excellent style. the MANSION HOUSE. would re
spectfully solicit a share of public patronage. There IF
attached a splendid STABLE and extensive WAGON
YARD. affording ample accommodation to traveler: , and
teamsters. His Larder and Bar will be furnished with
the best the market can afford. futry
2ldermen
CHARLES W. LEWIS, ALDERMAN,
EX,OPTICIO SUSTICt OF TITE kACE.
OFFICE ON THE CORNER OF WYLIE ANI,
FIFTH STREETS.
44i' All business connected with filo , othci• will is at•
tended to with prorriptnefm Conveniences of all kinds
done with legal accuracy—finch as 1),•-eds. Mortwtres.
Bonds, Power of Attorney, ‘te. Titles t, Real tstate
examined.
To the member of the 8.- - he tender. his services as
Commissioner to take liepos. , ,tis to he read in the
several Courts of this Mate, and ....'sewhere. ltu otfie
Is one of the main Police Stations o. the city. and c ,
Aequently his facilities in executing I. , .ine.n tnat
kind are very desirable. febhly
BAILEY &-7-CO.,
BAILEY & KITCHEN,
Have removed to their new Fireproof, Wlikl , ! Mar t.le
Store,
819 CHESTNUT STREET
North Side, Below the Girard "House,
PHILADELPHIA.
Where they are now opehnng a
Imported Jewelry, Plated Wares, and
Fancy Goods,
To which th,y invite the attent,[l..f the 1.111. i.,
Silver-Ware, Watches, ID lamonda Pearl.,
mri6Arn
JOHN 'mum O & co.,
House, Sign and Ornamental
PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS,
No. 135 Third Street,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
D- _
V ER'S N ENV SUP'IR,Mi'EL I,\ I.
SHEET M.\ P TFI E Sl.-VI IIE M tol.r,
ring a full 111.• p of Eurpe. std eompl o te map. of
Mut, and Lontb_ally, A ii-tria mei 10:11 - the whole em
1441,11. n one super imperial sheet_ 4.. in inehe
forlosiong rellable infortnution .
..maw!. tn. procured from nil other sair,-e. 'l' ton M,.. -I
also contains Stut,ties v complied from 11... It
t... 4 reliable/tut horror.. co ma tlic strength of the urine-,
111.1 Ilatit, of the Poly ern of Europe, with bred to,, do. t •
of the Lnaulers and tieneml , Ire In
the present struggle. Al—. 'r ..I and hand
traits Of IA .11 lII_ Elnundor Fi den.. 11.
tillJer 11., Emperor of all the Ito--tas Pm,
ra - I...eptr I .
Ettmerto of An-trot. :not \ odor Einimitei II .
Surditint. For sale 1,, W II 1\
corner Wood and Tlord,
Ind 5.....0nd
JAS. MILLIN(iA It, MtINI )N(;.‘
PLANING MILL would resins...lnn) info u. tte.
1..11.1ic that be has rebuilt sine,. the tin.. itn.l havitie
tared his e-tablintiment, and fitted it aMI the 0..1
and most uportived Intudatiery, in toot . prepar,..l to fur
fish !boring and planed Inutrdn. eer..4 I Is•
sawing, doors, sash and shutters, Min 0r.,•.1, Mom—,
mouldings, box-making. Le.
South Pittsburgh, September 7.1557. 1,10
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CARPENTER. WORK.—Cariwnter NV(q.k.
Repuring and Jobbing wall pr.miptly attended
to at the lowest cash prices and the .lit,rte-t.1,,,n1 le
notice, by calling at the CENTRAL Nt I - MILLS
Water ' , meet, between Federal and Beaver. Illeztieny
• M hand and will b, made to order, Mouldings.
Sash, Frames, Shelving, Flooring, ete., bar dig ,
none but tn.: b at wood „working machinery. We are
prepared to fill all from builders, emitraetd.r. and
others. .1. A 11. T PRICE,
Central Planing Wtlcr
nols Between Federal and Rear,. A,„ .:!/g•tly,
IG ROCERI ES.—
160 lihtis New Urtraua Sugar ;
60 litils Crushed de;
25 do Coffee do;
25 do East Syrup;
250 do choiee New Orleans Molasses;
10 tierces prima Rive, for sale 11
WM. H. SMITH Cu,
ap26 llB Second, and LC Front street,.
FOR RENT—A cottage. house of three
TOM , . large yard and eta) I', two miles from the
city, on the Braddoek's Field Flunk Road, 85 per Inman,
Fur Rent—A dwelling lionise of nine r. an Iwo net,.
of ground, garden, fruit tree., vie, near 6lineNvili,--
$2OO a year.
For Rent—A large and comfortable horse on Steven
eon street, eleven rooms, gas and water—V-1a -
For Rent—A large dwelling house, garden, shade
trees etc., carriage house and stable, on Rank Lane, Ally.
gheny
For Rent—A warehouse on Water street.
For Rent—A small store room on Third Orem_
Apply to S. CUTHBERT A SON.
an2l 51 Market street,
FOREIGN NUTS—
no Frail Irma Almonds, soft shell ;
10 bales Bordeaux " "
25 " Sicily " "
90 " " " Hard "
10 bags English We-lents;
100 s Filberts:
50 bids. fresh Pecan Nuts:
50 bags Brazilian Cream Nuts
10e0 bush. Ground Nuts;
5000 Cocoa Nuts;
Just received and for sale by
RHYMER S ANDERSON,
No. 30 Wood street,
Opposite St. Charles Hotel.
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S UNDIUES.
Ex) bus. Dried Apples
30 Apples—prod
75 " Dried Apples—unp. it
15 dozen Corn Brooms;
50 boxes No. 1 Starch :
100 bus. White Beans;
300 bundles Crown, Medium at.— Doubly Crown
Wrapping Paper, in store and for sale by
JAMES A. 'FETZER,
ass Corner Market and First Street,
O FFEE.-200 sacks Rio, just landing antiC
for sale by WM. H. SMITH 0 co.,
!1.P 26 Second and Front street,.
SHA W LS, DRESS GOODS, NEEDLE
Work, Mourning Goods. and Domestics. very ire-.
C. HANSoN LOVE.
re 2 No. 71 Market street.
TOSEPT-1 HORNE, No. 77 Idarket street,
received another lot of the NEW nIATINEE
SKIRT. and Douglas & Sherwood' ,E11".,lor ELE
TON SKIRTS, with tlur adjustahls N 0.41,. Ak e , % o ute
and gray Merijanie Corset, in all sizes. r „ 21
FIRST OF THE SEASUN7---.llil, ox ,i s
Sweet Oranges, received thi. day—for gale by
HEYSSER A A.NDERSON,
No. SS Wood street
fe'2l Opposite the St. Charles Hotel.
("lit °GERI. ES.—Everything commonly
l_A kept ina first class Wholesale and Retail Grocery
and Wine and Liquor establishment, cab be had on the
most reasonable terms, at
HAWORTH & BROWNLEE'S,
fo2l in the Diamond
SA.EA'ruGA ATER.—A supply of Con
gress Water, also Empire Spring Water, fresh from
Saratoga, just reeeivod and for Halo by • •
L WILCOX,
apa corner Smithfield and Fourth sts
200 dozen Lemon Syrup:
10 do Raspberry Syrup 7
10 do Strawberry syrup;
10 do hoe Apple Syrup—,
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POTATO,;,. -135 bbls to arrive, and - fo
solo by (mr26) HENRY 11. CoLLINS.
BROWN'S SHAH It ER VL
gross for sale by B. A. FAIINESTOCK.
=29 Corner of Wood and First strt!ol,
SYRUP AND MOLASSES.—
bbls. New York Golden Svrup;
50 " N. 0. Molasses, in oak barrel., in ...tore
and for sale by BAWDSIIi & BROWNLEE,
fe2l in the Diamond.
A T EAST LIBERTY—Five and-a-quarter
A
acres of land, bounded by the Railroad and Turn
pike, with a stream of water running through it, a very
desirable location for residences, and convenient to the
city, will be sold by S. CUTHBERT & SON,
mr=
TAY ER ; S FLUID EXTRACTS.—A
e assortment of Fluid Extracts from the cele
brat. .boratory of Thayer & Co., just received end for
sale tr,
L. WILCOX,
mrrt _ . Corner Smithfield and Fourth eta.
yr
A Lt _ 0 a "Corner Lot"—but a
LARGE LOT of Embroidered Bands, for sale at
New Turk eost by JOSEPH BORNE,
jyl9.
_77 Market street..
iffilli
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0. El ILIPPET.
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
tether in the practice of the Law, under the
firm of SIMPSON & RIPPEY.
Office, No. 9i FOURTH STREET.
nu2cay
V .M.ES A. DIJNLEVY,
NOTARY PUBLIC
T SCOTT, DENTIST,
removed to the 11011,0 lately occupied by
Dr. W. A. WARD,
No. 278 Penn Street,
(South side,) third door above Hand street.
4 - 4- Office holltv from NA. N. till SP. M. fupb•ly
JAMES S. KING,
DENTIST,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND DNVELLING TO
No. 100 Fifth Street,
cilicsEtt UII CIiF.RILY A 1.1.EY,
Where hitt patron,. told ie.u,l9 ori , invited t., roll.
DR. L.I)LDSIICE,
PR.I( - TI-ING Ell VslcIAN,
Conttutte , t the Pritetwe .711,dic,.. In WI vartottm
brand - A... uFFICE AND 11.F- , 11,EN1.1E, No 132 GRANT
STEEL!, neltrly opposite the Cathedral, Pitt st.tagh.
TAM Es A. Li)WRIE, A ttorn,y ;LI
CP I •trot.
5,1.1 /old th..rry Alley del 1:1y
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.114,L, Sur o,,zi nucto to
W. Mddle. N•.. 11.1 Sion lifield
.Ifte.• hour,. fr..ou tlgitt to 1 cud from 2
to 6 Welo,k. 11 I,ly
- q:Colines and Signors.
CLAVION & CO.,
FIJOLL,Lt AN"I3
LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
No. I h, MUNI. A LLEY,
NEAR WOOD STEFET.
PITT ' , iv 1' Rei I' A.
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U. P. MIK)PiLE:',IO7: N. MELO.
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WINES, BRANDIES, &c.
AI I:P. , Iti
Fine OM Vilti•ohiem,
NO. r, IN'l'
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JOEIN ;rat 4LI. N. Co.,
tr. , t,"
WINES AND LIQUORS,
ANI) itEcTiFyING DisTlLLF:its,
No. 155 1.11,v.r. y S.irert, Pittsburgh, Pis.
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GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
I Egluia 4 ilv‘i lug Tobacco,
.„)r,trcnitti re.
1.111 trtr.%
1 1N 10,:c1.1 \-INi;
1 . 1:1 I .W I'l
t•tolt• •4 ,
FURNITURE,
kNIII ::-•,
•
Flo, ,1:10
Lk ••• fur rrni t tv,it Factory.
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333 the •• I , 3-L3.3 33 It.11!•1.1,..• 11IIL 11 - •••1
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1,..111313314 to 3),. 1.111 ti
From 10 to 2i' per Cent.
1.3 INVER 1.
NI. 11. It IV ,
111y7 N.— 1.7 ~I, .I t I.IFIII - Tr,TIF:T
JAMES W. WOODWELL.
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS,
WHOLESALE ANII RETAIL,
EMIIRACINI; y t of Furniture,
•
n 7,1 w,hmi. alutal.l33 for
13 343 -1 33 ,. 3:1333131.33, and latnna 333133,1 to any
In New Y 3,13 and P 1331.4313•11313 3a, :311:1 II
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i'Monct ,3311311.331 a ell nn. ~1
Farndure 3333.1 ( . 133tirs, on rea—na , le term,. 11301,
1333e1 stennll333a3 , furni•3l33•3l at rt., 41 3 .,,,,t
Noa. 77 and 73 Third :are, 1. Pitt3d)urgli, Pa.
nullyd
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY,
EASTERN REPOSITORY.
JOSEPH WHITE
RECEI ED AT lIIS RE-
Y. -inured °ear the Tao Mile Run. lie
tueeti Plitt:Lurch ftnit I:rn 111•01illr, n splentliii and gene
ral tosortment l'armage-, Sulhet, etc. H i s
arrangements are such that hew constantly receiVont:
new antLeficonil lintel Voliteliet. and the lintitie may rely
on :thin), it geed steel: on Inunit. Ile also Intitle
ufaetureti to order on stein notice.
and alt pertrumne Ii he 1111-11, , , tt . year,
practical ea:1...fem...., the he well known
to (inners itirn-ei I (led he title, great rminee
:tient, t 1 tinrehaser,
447 - The estahli-liment jr - per.od un tio• route of the
Excelsior Unlink., Line of pi-omg the door
every fifteen minutes. Helnalkw
JOHN S. SIIAFFEIR'S
Carriage and Harness Repository,
C)R. DTAM , NUP A 11.11) ANT. n 1 me STREET
/tETWEEN TUE \I.IN AND I 1111:11T1 tiT
Carnagi. , .1. • amt I,nuaLt f•n ~
livrgurtng•iou , ippqnptly. Pur . lnt,cr9 from tho country
trod ❑ 13r;:c
cARI2 HUI ES AND HA
wh,oh win p:ell,, them. 1 ,, t h to quality and print
ITIVS:lysv
CARRIAGES,
ROCRAWAYS, BUGGIES, SULKIES AND SLEIGHS
N 0.19 7 Pews Street, Ptt,t.urgh,
I.lt,- All work warranted to ho of tho 10,1 mat , rials
and workmantthip. myl2:l pits
mule by
TEL CLIMAX GRAIN FAN.
T I IESITBSeRIBEIZSHAVING BOUGHT
the right to manufacture, in Allegheny and Arm
strong counties, the (.7(ina, Groin mrd Seed Fon, the
failory will ho found nt MANN d: BANTON'S. comet of
-treat :Ind Fourth street rend. Farmer, will find
it to their advantage to call oral tee them. They take
the premium everywhere that they have been shown.
They are neat, cheap and the laciest ever known.
W. INGLIS,
nrAlyrlew J STACY.
61 Market street.
O -
NE THOUSAND DOLLARS will pur
cha a 4% . aere, of land, part in good timber, a never
failing spring, te., sounte three miles from Allegheny
City, on the Ness Brighton road.
a u 6 s. cuTti s Er' & SON, 51 Market street
JUST PUBLISHED-GRANT'S CASES,
VOLUME L--Reports of awes argued in the Su
preme Court of Pennsvlrania. By Benjamin Grant.
For sale by [jell] IAY & CO, 65 Wood street 4
.t `1.."
professional.
E. SEWPSON,
0! li. EIPPEY
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE—No. 91 GRANT STREET
C _A_ IR. 3D
ZObaCfo acid -:Tgars
N
LI Gr.% E3Wf11191.,
ffIEMEM
WOOD LTIIEET,
o:arriages
NOS_ AND 9,
PITTFIHTEGII, l'A
C. WEST Ac, CO.,
I=l
OEM
THE LAST FAST
Ainandat.
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANI-,
NO. 65 FOITRTII STREET,
CHARTERED IN 1855
OPEN DAILY, from 9 to 2 o'clock ; also,
on Wednesday and gaturdav evenings, from May
Ist to November Is Cfrom 7 to 6 o'clock ; and from No
vember Ist to May Ist from 6 to 3 o'clock.
Deposits received of all sums not less than Osv.
Doetga, and a dividend of the profits declared twice a
year, in June and December. Interest has bee■ de
clared semi-annually, in June and December, since the
Bank wns orcanized, at the rate 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 Tune and December, compound
ing twice a year without troubling the depositor to call or
even to present his pas book. At this rate, money will
double in less tnan Welve years, making, in the aggre
gate EIGHT AND 02t1-11ALT PEA czar. A TZAR.
Books containing the Charter, By-Laws, Rules and
Regulations, furnished gratis, on application at the
office
PALSIDENT.
GEOIiGE A LISREF,
VICE. pprGlr,ENTs.
Hopewell Hepburn
Janie, Steidle,lieley,
Rol.ert Robb,
Jb.n.qc M. Pennock,
Hill Ilurprin,
John G. Ilackofen.
John R Canfield,
J. Gardiner
Alonzo A. Carrier
David Campbell,
John S.C.o,grave,
Chark.aA.L;ollon,
cg
Francis Ft.li
lienj. L. Fahne , tuelc
JJanes W. Hallman
IVillima S. Haven,
churle, Knap,
FIFCRETART AND TRY. \SCIVIt.
CIIA A. el 11.1.1),N.
DITNCAN, SHERMAN & CO
MCA_ 1•7 37K M Ft S
Corner of Pino and Faasau Ste., New York,
1,.0, Lofton of c, Virt , ,,l,Lr Note:, for travul,rs,
Hvallahle m nil the., of tiro
tLr We - --t India 1,1.1,1., ~ t e • ,trittlar t., thn.e In
eltor,slr, n,rlo::!rn
At - sTIN ,r):Nr is )., Doalors in
Prom,,,ry N,tes, !ilartg.tg,, and all S.,
.•uraies mon,.
31.tfley lurtated t;rl 'heti, at .tort dates, with collateral
ceeuritte,.
AN'o ORA AM, sol.D.
rert44t, can neeoutturlated on
rero..nhl tertml. and 4 , 4l , ttfth,ts earl he fLarn,ho4l xVith
seeunties nt renuue price,
411 , 0, attend V. the s_inle, Renting ftrld heaeinß of Roll
I",t ate
4 Ithe, Xv . 92 FOURTH sTREET..I,,, wt — t
AUSTIN I!n tllly . NotAry Public.
HOLM ES tk: Si INS , liank,n . :4 and Ex
,hang,_nrok,A, and 11041,r,
Icn•l:rmec v, Gold. or!ver and Hank Notes. Exetinwe
the Eto.tekn and Wo,tern I,n-tautly f.a
Cr•llerta.n., ma.de in all ena, thr , aiOiratt the
Utetr.iSt•tte, receinal In par fund. , ar cur
rentpaper. No r", 7 Market ,tr.,t Third and
Fourth ,tre,ts. tjaatkly
airours
WILLIAM HAGA LEV,
WHOLESALE GROCER,
Nos. 19 and 20 Wood Street,l
W 11 \II I 11
WM. 11. S3llllll & 4'0.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
{l3 SECOND AND 147 FIRST STREETS,
IMMIIII
71111.1. Eat 4 ItICKETSON,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
BRANDIES, %VINE• ALAI) SEGAItg,
: I %%1
( Likt.KTl AN
.% E :1" TS POP.
SWEARER'S CITY GLASS
PrITSISURCII, PA
Iron, Nails, Cotton Yarns, Sr., Sc., Con
stand) 00 llntol. hir2
M'CANDLESS, MEANS & C0.,1
U . BE 0 L E§iA LE Cr ft (WELLS
MIME
I eri oN YARNS,
N 1.1 . 1 T•111!1,ili RESOKNERALLY
‘fortrartlinq and (011111115.63 n
wiLLIAm ir. YEAttN,
• Commission Merchant,
NO. 216 SOUTH FRONT STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
Champagne; Dutch
C.,mpany Ani-terdam taut; Havana rind German F
war.: tt iu. s , ItTntialvs. t•to, Ci,tom How. :ma in
re.21:1)-•
JOHN 11001 t HEAD,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
I=l
Pll; META L AND lIIA )1 /MS
71 XV VIPII ST1:1:17, PXV
414 P I T TS P U PA.
N rcreli T....;ENN.--We have on Lan
A I.A10.1: til.
Gent's Patent ',tither and French Calf
(*()NGRESS GAITERS,
\ u.l ,T 1t.% P ‘1 bolting Itm. :it
Yl Fll , lll STRF.F7I
W. E. SCHMERTZ . CO
SUMMER MILLINERY.
Children's Clothing' Einporf
MRS. M. A. WEAVER
HAS OPENED AT
No. 24 Fifth Street
(VP IRON CITI 111,1L1.1N44,)
IEI=IIIIMII
SUMMER MILLINERY
of thr latest styled.
CHILDRENS (1.1. , T111N0 kept cou,lantly on hand
an,l made to older.
F'~tbnr::r\e;t 11. a. In the "Frunnunit Store, toward
Wood street.
_
‘4 ;l 6) OO —F " R SAL E.-- A dwelling
house of Min, fire rooms and yeller, nu
Ann street, Allegheny, wall lot of ground I'o feet front
I, Y Its deep to nolatesm street. Also, a sottage house
on nolansz..n street. Prict. for all, fl2OO. Terms cosy.
e 2.5 5. CUTHBERT a SON, 51 Market A.
T EAS OPEXTRA t IN I QUALITY
rho best w..sortment in the city will ultra) .+ tte found et
THE PEK IN TEA SD IRE,
/Afth Street, Nor Wood.
ta2.5 S. JAYNES.
-
AYER'S WORM CONFECTION,
for Pilk by
HARTWELL, S SHEPHARD, Druggists,
fe2l Corner Wood and Sixtlikreetn
-WINNER'S COLLECTION OF MUSIC
T 1 , 01: TIIE VIOLIN, ron,,sting of
rTTILL lONS,
SCHOTTISCH ES,
POLE.. WALTZE3, Marcus,HORNPIPEA, HEELS, .11OS, Face,
Daxera. and otherpopular airs, arranged iu an easy man
ner (or the .
Price 50 cents. Copies
mailed 111 i receipt orprice. For sole by.
.10IP.0 11. M ELLOR, al Wood street.
.
D EA 1, .1 A PAN BLACK I Nl:.—This ines
-111,,t nimble compo,ition, With half the usual labor, pro
dor., a nee t brilhant jet blaek, stfords nourishment to
the leather, and is free from any unpleasant smell. For
sale wholesale or retail. 1,5 •
.10S. FI.EMINi;,
icao corner Diamond and Marko ',treed.
I,IILSSENCE )I.' .1 AMA ICA
13 Thl
iiINt:ER—An excellent family medicine. for salo
tioleattle and retail, by JOS. FLEMING,
.1,:;o corner Market st and DiantontL
_HERM NO-10 bbls. Ea.stport, new ;
to do Alewives'. to
WM. H. SMITH &
11S Second, and 147 Front streets.
Fur sale by
r,4 1 ( IUN 1.) RI . I ICON---50 tons Lake Superior
_L Foundry iron, to arrive and for sale by
atiA HENRY H. COLLINS.
WTNIJURTAINS--9t Wholesale
and Retail, for vide by
mrlo W. P. MARSHALL & CO.
B EAN. -100 bushels, for sale by
WM. 11. SMITH & CO
np4 118 Second, and 147 Fourth streets.
500 LB3. ROLL SULPHUR—
For Bale
HARTWELL & SHEPHARD,
Druirgist%
fen tomer Wood and Sixth streets.
Mutual Insurance Company,
CHARTERED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF PENH
SYLYANLA.
Cash ..... 4300,C00 Premium Notes $ 1 . 32 , 343
THIS COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
Buildings, Merchandise, Furniture, he., in town or
country.
Draw:one t ---Hon. J. J. Pearce. J. B. Hall, T. T. Abrams,
Hon. G. C. Harvey, Chas. Crist, K. Jackman, Chas. A.
Mayer, Peter Dickson, W. White, Thomas Kitchen.
HON. G. C. HARVEY, President.
T. T. Annuls, Vice President.
Teas. Xeroxes, Secretary.
J. A. LIPPERT, Agent,
de22 No. 65 Fifth street.
INSURANCE COMPANY,
John 11. Shoenberger,
Alexander Bradley,
James Ilerdman,
A. M. Pollock, M.
William S. Lavely,
Valium J. Anderson.
HENRY M. ATWOOD, Secretary.
OFFICE, No. OS Water Street
WILL INSURE AGAINST ALL KINDS OF FIRE
P. A. Madeira,
John If. Mellor,
James Is. I). Meeds,
James M'Auley,
1V alter P. Marshall,
‘Vtlson Miller,
dear} L. Ringwalt ,
John M. Sawyer,
1:1,4 , rge 4 Sek
JLe D.Setilly,
Aleximder l'indle,
The 4 ,1.3141 iirnbettnetter,
is:uto K'leitto r.
Stork, Due Bills, payable on demand, and se
cured by two approved names_ ..................£115,500 00
Bills Receivable 36,645 29
Bills Discounted 600 00
115 shares slechanies' Bank Stock, cost 6,165 1.10
100 " Citizens' Bank 6.175 00
40 " Exehange flank " " 2.050 00
60 " Bank of - Putsburgli " " 2.750 00
Balance of Book Aremints ............ ....... ..... .... 6,054 98
Billie Furniture 400 00
Cash 6/,113 04
Id REVTORS:
James A. fintehlson, (Mor. - _-,e A. Berry;
Wm. id. Holmes, Robert Dalzell.
Wilburn Rea, Joseph Kirkpatrick,
Wilson Mille John .6.l'llevitt,
my 23 Wm. A. Caldwell,
Indemnity Against Loss by Fire.
riIITE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
comPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. (Alive, No. 4a5
and 427 CHESTNUT STREET, near Filth.
STATIMENT 7 , 77k531T5, 'St, 1859.
Publmhol Agrev4ly tu A. Art of ANsettAdy. being:
Feet Mortgages, amply secured... $1,731,669 89
11..111 F...tate, (pre ofvalue $10.3.313 01.1 cost. 77.764 71
Ten.1" ,, r2 1 Loans ou ample Collateral See'ts 88,530 29
(prevent value (101,6G7 720 cost 71.547
Sates and ft;N Revolvable 4.808 40
42,007 38
S,OIN 62
The only profits from premiurnß which thri c0mp 6,31 any
can dlvi,lo by law, are faun risk 111141 11111 e been de
tornae‘l.
In,zraners made on every il,scriptiou of Property,in
TO., and Country, at rates as low as are cony-cant with
seNlrity.
Sint, their °corporation. Li period of thirty years,
they have paid losses by Fire, to an amount 'weeding
Four Millions of Dollars, thereby allordino evidence of
the adVIIIIIRO , of Insurance. as well as the ability and
di,pcmono Is, meet with promptness all
Lasses paid during the year 1 1 45 b, floti,t4l, l LT.
DIRLCTORN.
Charles W. Rancher, Mordecai D. Lewis,
Wagner, David S. Brown,
Samuel Grant, Isaac Lea,
Jacob IL SlOllll, ELbrltril C. Dale,
George W. Richards, tieorge Fates,
CHAS. N. RANCHER, President
EDWARD C DALE. Vivt , President.
W M A. tiTE dt., Secretary pro tern.
J. Eli COFFIN, A gen t,
Inv 1 , 1 :Northeast corner Third and Wood streets.
FIRE INSURANCE
I'ITTMIIIiROJI
.It , S. B. 111'NTER
BY THE
Reliance Mutual Insurance Co
Of Philadelphia,
In Buildings, Limited or Perpetual, l'ilerchan
dize, Furniture, &c., in town or country.
PlltSburgh. Pa
('API FAL. $177,0a I
v. viz i
Fir.c 11,r: i f:on. on 1 [lir 1 - 11, II City Propi•rly i
north Lou lire 11, on , innt i 151,600 00
P eunrvirrinia Ylortoeo
Lonny. siio.ooo, co.l 77•a,0 00
y County 6 Ti (Tilt_ Pennsylvania
10.000 00
City ••1 11.1.1. I an. i„000 Oil
Penn.., I 1:4 1 / 1 .k Itiolr,ad Cornpriny St.. I - 4,1,10 00
Stook of die U.... 10.11,0 00
Stock of I omit,' Fire Insurnnri. t'n LO3O (Al
Stis•l: of I iolsiviire )I.S Ir.iiiir.trior roinpuiy. 130 INI
1'40.11 I L Scrip s 0 00
/Fn. 3.1.313 47
Ar. tiountr i 'teemed interest. ..... 7.311 04
Cll•ii on It 3 Blink ,J,:hal
. .
DI a [CTO.RM.
..
Clem 'Ptrnzl.-r, Samuel Ilißplinin.
IV in on g. l'homrion, 1 - :..herl Steen,
Fie .1,11,c Bann u. Whiliam 3111.--er,
C..111e11124 Z31f,e11,4,11, 13..njunnn W. lingley
John IL. Worrel, Marshall 11111,
11 L. i'Ar.on, Z. Lothrov,
Itol,rt Tolitud, t '11:10104 Lland,
Frederick I,,unnz incolk 'l'. fitnimig,
ch.rit.s s Rood, smith lioNVoll,
Jana, .. W,801,801,1. John 111 , 4,11. I'llng.
It. 31. 111 NCH:MAN. : 4 e, retary.
.1. 1:AltliNE11. t.A.IFFIN, p,,,,,i,
m . 1.1 Northeast corner 'llOril and Woo.l,..ireen,
Clurational.
ST. FRANCIS' COLLEGE,
Under the Care of the Franciscan Brothers
PI 111.11 ' 11, PA
THIS INSTITUTION, naturally situated
lot Educational purposes, afford , ' all the induce
ne•nts that c an be desired for a Catholic Institution. It
located in the most healthy and Picturesque portion
of the Alleghenies, distant four miles from Cresson
Station. on tiiie direct mail route between Philadelphia
and Pittsburgh. The seholasuc year commences the
first of September, and will close ou the Ist day of July
following.
The Terms for Board, including a thorough English
Scientific course, are SIU3 per annum,
The Clas+ics and Modern Languages form an extra
charge of (leper annum.
Washing and use of Bedding (10.
For further particulars apply to the superior of the
C,illct~e.
Referenees can t,e made to the Rt. Rey. Dr. O'Connor.
mrlaikw
VINCE:N . I"S COLLEGE AND SEMINA
RY. under the rare of the Benedictine Fathers,
near LATROBE:, WESTMORELAND COUNTY, Pa.
In the College are taught the usual branches of En
glish Education.
In the Seminary, the Classics, Mathematics, History,
Rhetorics, Philo,iptly, etc., and the ditterent branches
of higher entdition necessary or useful to those aspiring
to the Priesthood.
The tones for board and Tuition are $3O pc r year, to
be paid senii-annuallv, strictly in advance.
("eriniui and French, and other languages, Drawin g
Painting, Music, form no extra charges, excepting some
reNimriensation for the use of instruments.
Medicine, Washing, Books, Stationery, &c., form extra
charges.
For particulars apply to the Directors of the College.
The Collegiate year hectic on the lot of September,
and ends on the 3,1 of Jury following.
FATHER G. H. LUMM,
1713 Director of the College,
$2 000
t, F ,0 0 1 .1t t.,
g i r l o l t t in l a CK no llOlTS l
fin and
Al
legheny city.
$4,500 for .V acres of choice land, and dwelling house,
at 4 tulles from the city.
$3,800 for 115 acres of land, at sixteen miles from the
city, with good improvements.
f0„000 for •,XJ acres of land, at four miles from the city;
good dwelling house, barn, stable, , te—orchaad of from
100 to 500 trees, all under good fence—coal of good qual
ity. The improvements on the place are worth 14,500.
These properties and many others are for sale by
S. CUTHBERT A SoN,
— lyo Real Estate Agents, 51 lilarket street.
D •
RANDI ES fruit MEDICAL pu iipusEs
—Warranted of the hest quality. Also, a complete
assortment of Wine., Whiskeys and Gins, of superior
quality, kept constantly on hand at
JOSEPH FLEMING'S,
ie7s Corner Diamond and Market street.
FANS, F _NS. —2,500 Palm Leat' Fans,
sold by the C. 11., or antgle. Sint. Linen and Paper
Fella, at low prices at EATON: CASES 4 . iAijx,
Jy 4 Filth and Market 't.9.
VALUABLE INFORMATION TO
BUlLDERS.—Mouldings, Window Frames, Panel
Doors, Shutters, Sash, Mantels, dc.; in fact, every kind
of woodwork used in building, all made of good mate
rials by the hest of workmen and unrivalled machinery.
Brackets of every pattern furnished and scroll sawing
done. J. & H. T. PRICE,
Central Planing Mills,
Water street, between Federal and Beaver,
apB Allegheny City.
SA UNDER'S VIOLIN SCHOOL—A new
and Scientific Self-Instructing School for the
on an entirely new method; intended for beginners,
amateurs and teachers. This work is particularly . in.
tended to give the scholar a short., thorough and amen.
title method of playing the violin in all its branches, in
less than one half the time than is required from. any
other work ever published or Introduced in this coun
try—by Gcorre Saunders. Priceso cents. For sale by
JOHN H. MELLOR,
No. 81 Wood street-
CLipies mailed on receipt of the price. • my 24
URE STILL CATAWEA WIN 87—I
have on hand a large supply of pure Still Catawba
Wine for medicinal purposes. '1 hose wishing anything
In this line should call and examine my stock before
purchasing elaewhere• JOS. FLEMING,
curl! Corner Diamond end Masks,
CH EFISE.-200 boxes extra prime cutting
IL/ Cheese for sale by
Ira HENRY H. _
TAKE FISH.-200 packaOs for sale by
J JY° HEr RY 11. COLLINs.
WinTE BEANB---50 bushels for sale by
jeal WM. H. SMITH"; CO.
SYRUP -28 bbls. prime Syrup for sale by
WM. H. SMITH & CO.,
jel) Second and Front eta.
SUPERIOR RECORD CAP.—For sale by
J. IL \YELLIN.
jeal 63 Wood street near Fourth.
CERSE—.4) . I.) boxes choice Goshen Cheese
just received and for sale at
HAWORTII k BROWNLEE'S,
apS corner of the Diamond and Diamond alley.
ROSIN. -3;io bbls. No. 2 Rosin, on hand
and for W 0 by R G & J. H. SAWYER
ARNOLD'S FLUlD—Warranted genuine,
for sale by J. R. WELDIN,
a. 63 Wood street, near Fourth.
Cxl 0J 3008—On all the Banks, for sale
WELDIN,
63 Wood street, nem Fourth:
31tSUItattre.
WEST BRANCH
LOCK RAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY
MONONGAHELA
OF PITTSBURGH.
JAMES A. HUTCHISON, President.
AND MARINE RISES
-MAYAKSETI3 arm, 18.59
1.r.9,6"", 31
HENRY M. ATWOOD, Seeretary.
OPPICE SO. NIS ALNL 7 T STREET.
AETS, $':76,4 7 El 43
V-7 . 6.473 43
CLEM TINGLES. Pre,idelit.
LORETTO, CAMBRIA COUNTY, PA.,
ALL WHO ARE SUFFERING FROM
the effects of youthful excess, self-abuse, or the
debility arising from Sexual Disease, can be surely arid
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 FMisian Physi clan, and is constant%
used in Europe with never failing success. It wil
thoroughly remove all
NERVOUS DEBILITY;
- -
IMPEDIME TB 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 theusands are continually suffer
ing without knowing a remedy.
The cost of cure is trifling. One bottle will last on
month, and is suitablefor either sex. Bent free by ma
to all parts of the United States.
Prize, $1 per Bottle.
D. H. ANDERSON,
381 Broadway, N. Y.
N. 11.—A. Circular containing full particulars and direo•
tions will be sent with each bottle, and free to any ad.
dress, on application.
Address,
LOCAL AGENTS WANTED.
mratasmdasNeod
DROPOSA.LS FOR ARMY 'ritANSPOli•
TATiON.—zProposals wilt be received at the Quar
termaster General's Office until 12, M. on the lst day of
October next, for the transportation of military supplies
during the year 1660 and 1861, on the following routes:
L. From 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 Lepvenworth and south of
latitude 42 deg. north at which a depot may be establish
ed, to the posts which ate now or may be established in
the Territory 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 Terrike
ry of Kansas, and from the town of Kansas in the State
of !if iie=onri, to Fort Union in the Terri tort' of New Mex
ico, or to any other depot that may be designated in that
Territory.
3. From Fort Union, or such other depotas may be des
ignitted in the Territory of New Mexico, to the posts or
depots that are or may be established In the Military
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 I than tenmillions of pounds,
and on routs 2 and 3 than two millions Bee hundred
thousand pounds 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 for any two
of them, or for each route separately.
Bidders will give their runner fu full an well as their
places of residence, and be prepared to execute bonds
with good security in such an amount as the Quarter-
master General may determine.
Contractors must be in readiness for service by the
let day of January, 1660 ; and as transportation nifty he
demanded at any time for the whole weight to he trans
ported during the year on all or either of the routes,
they will be required to have places of busines or agen
cies at or in the vicinity of Fort Leavenworth, Fort Lar-
I trine, and Fort Union, or other depot in New Mexico, at
which they may be communicated with - promptly and
readily.
Each 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 be awarded the contract,
they will enter an obligation for its faithful performance.
Proposals will be endorsed as follows t Propos/as for
Army Tromportatlon, 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 be made.
QU.O.P.TEFUELSTIE GENERAL'S OYFICE,
• Washington, June 27, 1559.
ivt-rertntleti
Navy Beef and Pork for IS6O.
Nan' DEP.U.S3II-IT.
Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, 1
• July 15,155 n.
SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed '• Pro.
trials for Beef," and Proposals fur Pork" as the
••we may t.e, will he received at this othee until 9 o'clock,
t. a., on Wednesday, the 7th day of September next, for
furnishing and delivering. free of all rout and risk to the
United Mate,, at the following navy-yards:
At eltarlt,tuuvu. MLis...
At Brouklyn, N. t
At Gomp.ert, Vet
5,00) 5.W0
Onedtalf of said beef and pork must be deliverd at each
of the above named yards. respectively, by the Ist day
of April, Dee; and the rearming half by the tat day 01
Jou, Deo, unless earlier deliveries should be required
by the deer of this !tureen. Payment to be made w Wl
ill thirty days after delivery.
Bidders rintat specify their prices separately and ilia
tmetly in separate oilers, for the beef anti for the pork,
and for each of the places of delivery, covering all ex:
1,11,e, and all charges.
The beer must be from well-fattened cattle, slaughter
ed between the Ist day of occulter, Ball, and the Ist day
of January, 1060, and weighing not less than six hundred
I,mnd,, net weighs, each. The legs and leg rands of the
hind quarters, and the shins and shoulder-cloda, the
ahouldere of mutton anti ends of sticking pieces. and at
least twelve pounds from the neck end of each fore
quarter, ur the parts marked Nos. I, 2, a 4 and li, on the
drawing or delineatieu of the fore and hind quarters of
an ox. 111111 kill be attached to and (cam a part of the
ettntraet, meat to wholly exeluded from each barrel; all
the ether pieces are to be peeked. and. Mahout of being
rot with a dearer, must be cut through Wills a acne mg hustle,
to (lice the meal a square, veal, and .nouth appearance, is
ph n, ,)1 not (mss than right I.llllftl, nor clOrc than heal,
lap ads. each.
The pork must to packed from corn-fed, well-fattened
hogs, slaughtered between the first day of December,
Issa, and the first day of January, 1560, and weighing not
less than twollundreil pounds each. excluding the heads.
Mies, neeks, shoulders, hams, legs, feet, butts, rumps.
lard and all refusepieees; and must be cut with a sale and
bate. in pieces weighing not less than six pounds, nor
more than twelve pounds. each.
Both the beef and pork must be salted with at least
one stat u te bushel of Turk's Island, Isle of May, Hey
West solar,Onondaga solar or St.Ube'st salt; end the beef
must have five ounces of fine pulverized saltpetre to each
barrel. exclusive era pickle, to be mule from fresh water
as strong ati salt will make it, stud must be perfectly
briaht and clear.
Each torrel must contain full 200 pounds net weight
of laser or pork, and no excess of weight in either article
will be paid for.
The barrels must be entirely new, and be made of the
best seasoned heart of white-oak staves and headings;
the staves to be not leas than five-eighths of an inch
thick, and the headings not less 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 four iron
hoops, viz one of tine and a half inch in width ou each
bilge, and one of one and an eighth inch in width on each
chime, and each to be of one-sixteenth of an inch thick.
l6acli barrel Inuat be of the internal capacity of thirty-two
gallons. and the iron hoops must Ix' well painted math
red lead.
Each barrel must 1 4 4ebnanded by burning on its head
-Navy Beef." or a NaviVork," as the ease may be, wells
the contractor's name an - a — the year when packed, and
weight: 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 otherwise directed by
the chief of this bureau, be inspected by the inspecting
officers at the respective navy-yards aforesaid, and by
sonic "sworn inspector of salted provisions," who will
be selected by the respective commanding officers; but
their charges for such inspections must be paid by the
respective contractors, who must likewise have the bar
rels put in good shipping order, to the satisfaction of
the commandants of the respective n.avy-yards afore
said, after inspection, and at their own expense.
Two or more approved sureties in a sum equal to one
half the estimated amount of the contract wilt be 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 anti faithful performance of the
respective contraeta, which will on no account be paid
until the contracts are complied with in all respects; and
is to be forfeited let the United States in the event of
failure to complete the deliveries within the prescribed
period. In emu of failure on the part of the contractor
to deliver all or any of the beef or pork above mention
ed, orate quality and at the time and places above pre
'tided, the contractor will forfeit and pay to the tinned
States, as liquidated danitiaast‘a sum of money equal to
twice the amount of the contrial price to be paid incase
of the aetual delivery thereof; which liquidated damages
may be recovered from time to time as they may accrue.
Payment will be muscle by I lie United States at the periods
above speeitied, (exeepting the twenty per centum to be
withheld until the completion of the contract, as before
stated,) after the said beef and pork shall have been in
spected and received, and balm ler the same shall bare
been presented to the navy agents, respectively, duly
approved by the commandants of the respective navy
yards, according to the loons of the contract.
The parts of beef to be ',minded will be partieularindesig
tutted in the cap-acing to be nate:heti to the annrad. Per
:AM:, interested can obtain them on apparel:en at tills office.
Bidders whose proposals are accepted (and none oth
ers) will be tortil‘‘ith notified, and as early as practicable
a contract will be transmitted to them for executiou,
which contract must be returned to the bureau within
ten days, exelust so of the time required for the regular
transniosion 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 Ism,
and his bid will be made and accepted in conformity
with this understanding.
Every otter made must be accom p anied (as directed
in the sixth section of the act of Congress making Sp
propnations for the naval service fur '1846-47, approved
10th of August, 1840) by a written guarantee, signed by
one or more responsible persons, to the effect that he
or they undertake that the bidder or bidders will, if ion '
or their bid be accepted, enter into an obligation within
ten days, with good and sufficient sureties, to furnish the
article proposed.
This guarantee must be accompanied by the certifi
cate of the United States district judge, United States
district attorney, or navy agent, that the guarantors are
able to make good their guarantee,
No proposal will be considered unless accompanied by
such guarantee. •
The bidder's name and residence, and the name of
each member of the firm, where a cornfamy'offerit„xith
the ChriStian names written in full, must be distinctly
stated.
Under the Joint resolution of Congress, approved 27th
March, 1834, "Ali lads fir supplies of proirbiona,
.ng. and small stores for MO use of the navy, may be re
jected' at the option of the departMetit, if made by one
not known as a manufacturer of, or regular dueler in, the
article proposed to be furnished. which taut, or the re
verse, must be distinctly stated in the bids offered. •
iylB:inolw
COLLINS
E CHEAPJT PIANt - 1 7 6115r - ini E
UNITED STATES.-Nast received four Rosewood
round cornered 8,6 and 7 octave Pianos, manufactured
by C. li. Hays h Co, Norwich. They are made with a
full iron frame, with French Grand Action, and made in
all reenacts after the designs of the best makers.
!4 octaves for
.$175 00
7 0 0
4 400 00
They will be sold only for casiit, Eta the very small cram
mission charged for selling, and th e extreme law pr i ce .
obtained by Clio manutactutere will not just 1Y them to
sell on credit. For sale by
mr2o JOHN fr. MELLOR. 81 Wood street.
SUGARS.—N. 0. Sugar, Crushed, Lump,
Pulverised and Coffee - Sugars for sale low, by the
barrel, at HAWORTH & BROWNLEE'S,
fe2l in the Diamond
AT THE CORNER OF BANK & EAST
lanes, Allegheny, two lota each 2.54 feet front by
541 deep, and a brick dwelling of hall, two parlors, dining
room, kitchen, wash-house, foureharnbers,and finished
attic, a good cellar under the whole house, hydrant, &e.
For sale by S. CUTHBERT & SON,
narl7 51 Market street.
ICE-10 tierces prime for sale
jam WM EL SMITE a CP,
MIIM=
Stedirat
To Young Mn.e
SEMINAL EMISSIONS
LSD
Barrel, Barrels pork
000
4,000 4,000
500
Sidlrowb.
PITTSBURGH, FT. WAYNE AND
CHICAGO RAILROAD,
Completed from Pittsburgh to Chicago
WOODRUFF'S SIX - FLUNG CARS ATTACHED TO ALT,
THE NIGHT TRANS
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS!
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15th, 18E9
Trains will leave the Station, corner of Liberty , and
Grant streets, Pittsburgh; as follows ;
Leave Pittsburgh. Crestline. ' Fort Wayne
Express. ....... 12:16 a. w. e. 38 A- M.. ' 1:01. P. Y.
Mail 0.50 a. sr.
Express ... -11.50 P. Y. 8:48 P. u. 2ZO a. N.
ARE AT CRlCAGO—Express, &47 P. K.; Express,
8:17 a.'w.
ETURNING. •
ARRIVE AT PITTSBURGH—MaiI, 8,25 r. a.; Express
3:30 P. a. Express, 2.x20 a. a.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS, from Federal street,
Allegheny, for New Brighton, 9-. A a. a., and 5eX.) P. Y.
From 60.5 SLID
Through trains connect as follows :
At Allianc d e, with trains on the Cleveland and Pittsburgh
Railroa
At Orrville, Ohio, to and from Millersburg, Akron, Cuy
hogs Falls, etc.
At Mansfield, Qhio, for Mount Vernon; Shelby, San
dusky Toledo, Dtroit, etc.
At Crestline, for, Delaware, Springfield, Columbus, Cin
cinnati, Xenia, Dayton, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Louis
ville, eta.
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.
At Wanatah for all points on the New Albany and Salem
And at Chicago,. with trains for all points in ItlinO,s.
lowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota. . -
For further information and throrgh tickets apply
J. STEWART, Ticket Agent,
Passenger Station, Pittsburgh
H. C. STEVENSON. Ticket Agent,
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 htates. J. J. HOUSTON,
jels General Passenger Agent, Pittsbur:b.
I~~i ~~ t C ' Et 914 : ~
On and After Monday, April Ilth.
Pennsylvania Central Railroad.
NINE DAILY TRAINS.
THE THROUGH MAIL TRAIN leaves the Passenger
Station every morning. (except Sundays,) at 2.- - 50 s..
stopping only at principal stations between Pittsburgh,
Johnstown, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and at all regular
stations betweenJohastown and Harrisburg, connecting
at Harrisburg at 'I P. at, with train for Baltimore direct,
arriving in Philadelphia at 5:00 P. 11.
THE FAST LINE leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at
P. a., stopping only at principal stations, making
direct connections at Harrisburg for Baltunore, and
arriving in Philadelphia or Baltimore at a. a.
THE E.XPRESS TRAIN leaves the Station every
eveningat Fa.so .e. a.. stopping only at. J Greensburg, La
trobe, ohnstown. Wilmore, Gallitzin, Altoona, de, con
necting at Harrisburg with the train direct for Balincaore,
and arriving in Philadelphia at 10:00 a. a.
ACCOMMoDAT lON TRAINS:
THE JOHNS'fOWN WAY PASSENGER TRAIN
leaves daily (except Sunday) at 6:00 o'clock, a. a., stop.
ping at all stations, connecting with Indiana Branch
Train at 10:50 e. a., and arriving at Johnstown 1.10 P. a,
Conemaugh, Lt) P. M.
THE JOIENSTOWN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
leaves daily, (except Sundays.) at 2:50 P. M, stopping at
all stations, and running as far as Contimaugh.
FIRST ACCOMAIOD.iTION TRAIN for Turtle Creek
Bridge leaves daily, (except Sunday.) at Risle a. a.
SECOND ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle
Creek leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 4:30 P. a.
THIRD ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek
leaves daily, (except Sunday,) Oils) P. M. •
RE'TURNLNG 'MAINS arrive in Pittsburgh - as fol
lows:—Express, 12:3* e. a; 112)0 P. a; Fast Line,
1 . 2.120 a; Johnstown Accommodation, 11. , 60 A. a; First
Turtle Creek Accommodation, 6:50 a. a; Second 'Ac
commodation, 12:30 P. a; Third Accommodation, 6:15
Trains for Blairsville and Indiana connect at Blairs
villelntersection 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 station, on tha Pittsburgh and Connells
'Otte Road, leave daily, (bunday eiceptedl as follows:
Mail Train, 7:60 a. a; Express Train, -:50 P. ar. Return
ing trains from Pittsburgh and Connellsville Itoad ar
rive at Pittsburgh 606 a.. is.. and 605 P. Si. • • •
The traveling public will find it greatly to their inter
est, in going East or West, to travel by the Pebusylrania
Railroad, as the accommodations now offered cannot
be surpassed on any other route. The road Is ballasted
with atone, and is entirely free from dust; we can
promise safety, speed mid comfort to all who may favor
this road with their patronage.
PARE:
No Now - York $l3 GO ITo Baltimore,
Philailelplita.---alt 00 Lancaster......
Harrisburg, $745.
Baggage checked to all stations on the Pennsylvania
Railroad, and to Philadel phia,Baltimore and New York.
Passengers purchasin,,,- ties els in car, will be charged
ONE .H CENT PE Ft - Al ILE in addition to the Station
rates, escept from stations where the Company has ono
Agent.
NOTICE—In case of loss, Lite Company will hold
themselves responsible for personal baggage only, and
for an amount not exceeding 1100.
N. B.—The Excelsior omnibus Line has been
employed to convey Passengers and Baggage to and
from the Depot, at a charge not to exceed tai cents for
each passenger and baggage.
For tickets apply to.l. STF.WA Rl', Agent,
Al the P. R. R. Passenger Station;
npl2 On Liberty and Grant streets.
Cleveland & Pittsburgh Railroad.
N AND AFTER WEDNF.SAY, l 27, will
leave the Depot of the Pentuil lDlamaApri Radroadontrains
Pitts
burgh, as
Ptttsburgh, Cie dam' and Chicago Line.—Express trains
leaves Pittsburgh at 12:15 a. a., and E 0.5 P. a, for Cleve.
land, Buffalo, 'f oledo. Detroit, Milwaukee, Chicago, and
the North West. The 1:05 p. X. train connects at Bayard
with trains fur all points on the Tuvcaratvas Branch.
Passengers desiring to go to Chicago via Cleveland,
must be particular to ask for tickets via Cltveland.
River Line.—Expre, trams leave st 12.15 A. X., and
1:05 P. X; for Wheeling,Zanesville, Circleville, Colum
bus and Cincinnati. 'lle 1215 A. X. train stops at Wells
ville,Stenhenville and stations below 'Steubenville. The
1:05 P. X. train stops at Weilsville and stations below
Afait Trani leaves at 6.25 a. ax.; stopping at all Way Sta
tions on River Line.
Accommodation leaves rit 5.00 P. Pt ; running to Wells
ville only, stopping at all Way Stations.
Piersitrgh, CL/mains and Csnentnat3 Short Line via Sten.
&miffs —Fast Express at 1215 A. If, and Express lalft P.
or, for Newark, Columbus, Dayton, Indianapolis, t
cumati. Cairo, St. Louis, Now Orleans, and all points in
the South West.
The Express Tram runs through from Pittsburgh to
Cincinnati, without change of cars. Splendid Sleeping
Cars attached to each Express train.
Passengers desiring to go to Columbus, (Imam:tail,
etc., or any point beyond Columba% by the short line,
must be particular to ask for tickets via Steubenville.
Baggage checked through and handled free of charge.
Fare always is 101 r as any other route, and canner
lams certain.
Through Tickets can be procured at Pittsburgh, Har
nsburgh. Philadelphia, New York and Boston.
F. R. AIYERS, General Ticket Agent. Cleveland.
JNO. STEWART. Ticket Agent,
Liberty Street Depot, Pittsburgh.
1859. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. 1859
THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL
ROAD COMPANY are now prepared to. receive
and forward Merchandise under through bills of lading
to and from PITTSBURGH AND THE EASTERN
CITIES.
Rates guaranteed to be equally favorable with those of
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, or any other line.
For information as to rates, facilities, etc., etc., appli
cation may be made by letter or in person to either
of the undersigned agents:
At BOSTON, Moses Potter, corner State and Washing
ton streets.
At NEW YORK, C. W. Perveil, T 29. Broadway, above
the Astor House.
At PHILADELPHIA, Calhoun & Cowton, corner
Broad and Cherry streets.
At PHILADELPHIA, Col. Kelly, corner St:tth end
Chestnut streets.
At BALTIMORE, J. T. England, Camden Station.
At PITTSBURGH, J. A. Canghey, 144 Water street. -
131.. Particular attention of Merchants, manufacturers
and shippers generally, of Pittsburgh, Allegheny City,
and vicinit3-, is called to the facilities of this Noll Route
as compared with others, and their patronage and favors
are respectfully solicited. 11E1..111 . D. ME RS,
ialiktf General Freight Agent 13. &. 0. It. R. Co.
NEW ROUTE VIA RIVER AND
RAILROAD.
Indianapolis ,& Cincinnati Railroad.
Connecting at Indianapolis with Terre Haute, and
Terre Haute and Alton Railroad, to St. Louis and Way
ette and Indianapolis, New Albany ROCK em. and
Michigan Central Roads for CHICAGO. ISLAND'
BURLINGTON, and all intermediate points.
Through Freight Train to INDIAMPOLL9,-TERRE
HAUTE, LAFAI - LI IE 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
can be made from. Cincinnati to the West, without
breaking bulk..
Consignments madeGrBEONS, gent, it Cu
cinnati; or, W. B. CUTTING, Agent, at Lawrenceburg,'
will receive prompt attention, and no charge for Cott.
mission; ,w charge for drayage or commission at Lawrence.
hu gr further information apply to THOMAS R.ATIGAN,
(No. Water street,) Agent of the Company, whw is
preparrd to give rationan =Erns to Indianapolis, Terre
Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Peru, Greencastle, Craw
fordsville, Charleston, Paris and Mattoon.
JNO. F. CHEF H. C. LORD, President.
K General Freicht Agent. It
Glasstrare.
ALVHLD B. a - BIM
ISOPJ34I-i ROMITSON.
C=WARD DITEILODOZ lILiRLULNGWLLT.
URLING ; ROBERTSON & CO., Manu
faeturers of Cut, Pressed and Plain mint Gl•A'et
WARE. Warehouse, No. 17 Wood street, corner
Front, Pittsburgh.
air- All other kinds of Glassware and Window Glas
At low market prices. • lapflidly
A. & F. 11 Al 2 -11-17
IMPOWITES AND 21.44TE140171.1111 01
CIGARS,
AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO. 45 WEST LOMBARD sT, BALTIMORE, MD
•We invite the attention of the trade to our large and
well assorted stock of German and Domestic Cigars.
Our facilities for importing.,:as well as the variety of our
assortment are unsurpassed by any house in the State.
while large contracts made by one of the firm during the
dull times, in Germany. enable us to hold out extra in
ducements to our friends at resent,, se2Sely
MATH. MULLER'S CELEBRATED
SPARKLING. HOCK and MOSELLE WINES,
imported and for sale by W. A. &F. 3L4RBURG,
se=ly Sole Agents, Baltimore,
GERMAN HARDWARE AND CITTLE
RY, imported and for sale at low 13 e. p y
lise.lskly W. A. hF. MARBURG, Bal timore,l4d;
_ _ _
CARTWRIGHT & YOUNG,
(Successors to John Cartwright,)
lt/rANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS'
.131_ of Pocket and Table cutlery, Surgical and Dental
Instruments, Guri.s, Pistols, Fishing Tackle, etc., Yo. Fe
Wood street. They give special attention to the trountfac
turfing of Trusses, Supporkrs, etc. Jobbing and &Blur
tug wtth punctuality and despatch. apil
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