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ally articles pertaining to the business.
Sir Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded
at all hours. 'e9:
WA.1.111 P. lI•21913/1.1.- ...103f.P11 L IMUEMS.
WP. MARSHALL & CO., Importers
• and Dealers in French and American PAPER
HANGINGS, N 0.87 Wood street. Pittsburgh.
Itii" Sale agents for the celebrated manufactures of
Messrs. Delicourt & Co., Paris. au7
PHILLIP HiTYYR NAM? 1. AITDCL9OI.
REYMER & ANDERSON, (successors to
Joshua Rhodes k Co, wholesale dealers in FOR
EIGN FRUITS, NUTS, SPICES, CXE , IFECTIONERY,
SUGARS, An, No. 80 Wood street, opposite thn St.
Charles Hotel, Pittsburgh. a 2
M. LITTLE,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
NO. 54 T. CLAIR. STREET,
(Dr. Irish's New Bending,'
FULTON, BELL AND BRASS
.FOUNDER, No. 70 SECOND Street Pittsburgh,
Ain prepared to furnish to order,
CHURCH, STEAMBOAT, FACTORY AND OTEfER
. -
- -
BELLS, OF ALL SIZES,
•
From 10 to 10,000 pounds.
CHIME BELLS made to order. STOP AND OAITGI
COCKS of all sizes, for Steamboats.
MINERAL WATER PUMPS, COUNTER RAILING 11,
and every variety of Brass Castings finished in 'the
neatest manner.
oir RABBIT'S FANTI-ATTRITION METAL:
TON'S PATENT MERALLIC PACEINP, for- IR earn
En
Fadaly
APOTHECARY AND TJRUGGIST,
arrner of Smithfickt art. Fourth Street.
Haring resumed the Retad Drug Business at the I
libink well Known stand, ed by me
iu 5 ,;,48, (lately known as J. Abel k Co.'s> and having
enlarged and improved the same. I shall endc,nror, by
close personal attention and careful supervishan of the
builinesS, to Merit a continuance of the patron age here,
total* SG 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.
ieir Country Physicians fbrnished with pure medi
cines at lowest prices. L. ViII.OOX.
nol Corner Smithfield and Fourth streets.
SAMUEL FAIT:NESTOCK,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN • .
PorettrA and Domestic Hardware,
No 74 Wood Street, Pittsburgh.
The linbnriber has received, in addition to his fall
stock of Hardware, and a very heavy stock of Meat and
Sausage Cutters and Stuffen3, and a very large stock of
Sleigh Bells, loose and on strings, of a much guperiot
quality to that usually sold in the market, all of which
will be sold on the lowest terms.
ee27 SAMUEL FAISNEBTOCK.
•
Ping of six acres, witla a good dwel
ling
RESIDENCES FOR SALE.—
h A ou v se, aab . or l e e har pr d op rin er d y garden, three-fourths of a mile
from the city, $5,500. Also, a desimble property of AI
acres, at four miles from the city, with :good brick dwel
ling house, 500 fruit trees, grapes and tonsil fruits,lo,ooo.
Also,
an excellent property of 46 acres, good house 10(a)
fruit trees, Ac.; situate at 4 miles from the city, $2,500.
The above are all in healthy ut pleasant locations, and
immediate possession can be
8. GUTH:BERT A SON,
je.24 Real ,Rstate Agents, 51 Market tn.
TEAS‘—A choice aelectlion of Black and
Greenapln store and for sale Wholesale or Re
tail, at the Tee Store, corner of the Diamond
and Diamond ley.
fe2l
ItrACARONI.---25 boxes Italian;
.011 VERMICELtI-25 do do; -
OLIVE OIL,--25 dozen genuine, in quarts;
25 do do . in pints;
5 do
gamins, just received and for sale by Lucca, in Floreners
REYMER A. ANDERSON,
aplo go Wood Ed., opposite St. Charles Hotel.
CORN MEAL.-30 bhls. Choice Sifted,
Meal; 30 bbls. Choice Unsitted Corn Mealjnat
received and for sale by JAMES A. FETZER,
spa corner of Market and First eta
110 .4 X. . iy for sale by
apis ECM iL OOLLUIEL
_ .
'... 1• .
_t
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
nom. T•t•• Om • le Week
• • •••1. ••••• bPGa
50
JAMES P. BARR.
Editor and Proprietor
Executed in the finest style.
Ni us ne, s s lards;
ict.ntractuarzi
PHILLIPS Ai. CO.,
PITTSBURGH
HAWORTII & BROWN-LER.
Votels and Sesfaurnnts.
B. tt. 2rtARNIM,
SCOTT :110IJSE,i
Car. Irwin strict. and Daquesne Way,
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
MARKER & GRAHAM,
)y22 PROPRIETORS
CORNIICOPI/E RESTA,URANT,
BY ELI YOUNG, FIFTH STREET.
THE ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS
and others is directed to thiaestabbsliment. wlimli
has been recently fitted up for the purprate of attordlne
a SUBSTANTIAL EATING HOUSE IN A CENTRAL
LOCATION. Country folks attetiding market ore par
ticularly invited to call. Everything pertamma to an
EATING SALOON will always tie found, of the freshest
the tnhiket afforde. ! ap29:daw
SEETON'S' OLD' STA:SD,
~ H,E DIAMON
JOHN SAVAGE, Proprietor.
Having taken and fitted op. 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 'Morris. tlyslers
will be served tip in every variety of style, during the
season. His Wibes, Liquors and 'Ales he fools confident
in reeommendin p to the public for their excellence.
noltkly
EXCELSIOR
OYSTER AM) EATING ROUSE,
NO. HI WOOD STREET,. PITTSBURGH.
WIEOLLsALE AND RETAIL EXAURs IN
LAKE AND EASTEILIV FISII,
FRESH PHILADELPIILA AND BALTIMORE OYS
TERS AND WILD GAME,
All in their Proper Season.
n0241] GEO. REIHEMAN & CO.
AIANSION HOUSE, GEO. AU RENTZ,
Proprietor, N 0.3.14 Liberty street. just beside the
Passenger Depot of the Pennsylvania Railroad. which
makes it the most convenient house in the city for pas.
sengers arriving by that road.
The proprietor havii.g. at considerable expense, fitted
up. in excellent style. the MANSION HOUSE, would re
spectfully solicit a share of public patronage. There Is
attached a splendid STABLE and extensive WAGON
YARD, affording ample eeeommodation to travelers and
teamsters. His Larder and Bar :will be furritshisi with
the best the market can afford.
Idermen.
CHARLES W. LEWIS, A LDERM AN,
AND LT.-01.1C10 JUSnca of TUE FLAcc.
OFFICE ON THE CORNER OF WYLIE AN
FIFTH STREETS.
sir All business connected with this offioe will 14. at
tended to with proMpLuk,.. ,4 all kinds
done with legal accuracy—suety as Deeds. Mortgages,
Bonds. Power of Attorney, Av.. Titles to Iteal Estate
d.
T. the member of the B.: ho tenders his sornces as
Comme.....toner to take Depos...t . ons to be read in the
several Courts of this State, and ic.'sewhere. Ills writ. ,
is one of the main Police Stations o. the city, and , e.
sequently his facilities in exectitaig uNeliaost , of that
kind are very desirable. fi•lU:ly
BAILEY & Co.,
BAILEY & KITCHEN,
Have removed to their new Fiee-proof, White Mesh
store,
819 CHESTNUT , STR E ET,
North Side, Below the Girard House
PHILADELPHIA,
Where they are now• .44;ning a atocit
Imported Je4relry, Plaited Ware•, and
Fancy Goods,
To which they imite the rttgnbu❑ of the
filly er-Ware o W atches, Diamonds & Pearls,
AT WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL
mrl6:fim
JOHN THOMP4iON & CO.,
House, Sign and Ornamental
PAINTERS ANIIGLAZIERS,
So. 135 Third Street,
PITTSBURCH. PA.
•
DErr'' , NEW I PEIfI .I I.
SITEET t}F THE SE %"1 - id , WAIL embra
cing a full Mnp of Bump°, and,. anpleto mare. of Sar
dinia and Lombardy, Ategria and Italy ttie whole
bodicd in one roper imperun Ahem. sire 36141 inches,
furnishing ruck reliable g....gt , apia.l.J
cannot be procured from any other ',our.,. Ttio. dieei
also contains usher io. can-I . IIIIV .-01111.11e4 (non ite
teat reliable atithoritie.,gtving• tl)e strength of tbe arm,.
and navies of the Powers of Eur , ,pe, irlth Islet :wren tit•
of the Leaden and tlenerab. of t.he oppowmg ftnni..s.
the present struggle. Also enrr- , •t and bartibwinie is,
tr o th, of bon.% Napeleon Ern p•rur of
. Alex
ander 11. Emperor of ; Franc.. Jo..pi, I .
i'mpertir of Aivdria. and Vietdr Emanuel II . K.tig
sa.-4.linia. For -ale by W ii. HAW. EN.
corner Wonli •11.1 Tillf.l, lop!
)eZA. Metrltet loot Sisl'oriil streets.
J. At I 1,1,1 N(i AR, 31( PN4 iN (1, , , I f
rdll.L. word! re.preetfally infia-rn the
;while, that he has rebuilt stn., the tire, and harm.; f• 11
l a r g ed hr. eitai,lishment, and filled .1 with the fivat- t
...11T4 most aporored machinery. p. now prepared to for
mish flooring and planed boards, ',row) ..na and re
...awing. door, 5.3.4i1 and fun dried. (ramie.,
ranuldinga, box-making. ke.
South Plttsburgla.SepterniArr 7, Ifis7.
CARP ENTEIL WORK., -Carpenter Work,
Ft.,pwring and Jobbing will i.e prozoptly attended
at the lowest cash prier., and Lilt•
.ittle.4 by railing at the t.:EN;I'ILAI. - Nil IA >.
Water atr*-net. between F. - 4 ,- rd and Bearer. Allegheny
tim hand and will be made to order. Moulding , .l fr.r.,
&miters, Sash, Framer, Shelving, Floot - ing, etc_ hart fig
mane but the beat wood working mavbitiery. We are
s onar,ared to fill all ordera from budder, routraci,r, and
others. J. k H. T PHIcE,
• • .
Central Plannait
non Between Federal and Bel , f`r, AiliVjruy, Pp.
G R"'
150 Watts New Orlonne Sugar;
bO bbla Cinched
_ _
25 do Cotten do;
6Z do Ea.stwir_k . 3 Syrup; •
250 do choice NeW Orleans Mittasm - te:
Intiereen prime Pace, for sale by
wm. N. SMITH A etr,
aP36 (18 &wood, and 147 Front street..
FOH RENT—A oottzuze house of hro. ,
rooms. large yard and stable, two Milo, from tho
c. iy, on the Braddock's Field Plank Rood, $5 per month
For Rent—A dwelling house of nine rooms, two aern,
of ground, garden, fruit trees, eie, near Minerttvdle
-3.4s a year.
For Bent—A large and comfortable hoe.* on Steven
son sheet, eleven rooms, gas and wainr—•324o.
For .Rent—A large dwelling house, garden, shade
tretss eta'. ea_m 4 : 3 %e house and stable, on Hardt lane, Alto
ghe cy .
For Ront—A warehouse on Water street_
For Rent—A small store mom. on Third street
Apply(.. B. CUTHBERT A HUN,
ap2l. • Cl Market street,
FOREIGN NUTS
-100 Frail Irtica Almonds, Haft shell ; •
10 bales Bordeaux " " "
Sicily " -'• "
30 " Hard "
CO bags English Walnuts;
1.00 - Filberts;
54) IrLIA. trent, Pecan Nuts;
AO bags Brazilian Cream Nuts ;
1000 bush. Ground Nuts;
• 6000 Como Nuts;
Jail A - oceiyed sad far sale by
REYMER S ANDER.SoN,
SU N DRI ES.—
lop bus. Ilried Apples
30 • Dried Apples—plural ;
; •12 ,10
6. •'
Dried Apples—asp
• l4
Zell corn rooms
100 bt. e tiht l Stara ,
. , 300 bundles Crown, Double Crown
Wrapping Paper, in store and for sale by
JAMFS A. FE'rZER,
eat Corner Market anti Fast streets.
COFFEE.-200 sack.; Rio, just landing and
fox sale by WM. It SMITH & Co.,
111126 Becotd and Front xtreet.n.
SRAWLS, DRESS GOODS, NEEDLE
Work, Mourning Goods, and Domestiem, very 10%-
e. HANSON LOVE,
fe2 7,0_74 Market rlrePt_
TOSEPH BORNE, No. 77 Market Street,
ti/ received another lot of the NEW MATINEE
SKIRT, and Douglass it Sherwo<grs superior SKEL&
TON SKIRTS, with the adjustable Bustle. Also, white
and gray Mechanic Corsets, in all:sizes. fo2l
IRST OF THE SEASON. —lOO boxes
Sweet Oranges, received this day—for sale by
REYMER a' ANDERSON,
Celt
N0:39 Wood street
Opposite the St. Charles Efotel.
ICIR. 0C E I ES.—Everything commonly
kept. in a first elms Wholesale and Retail Grocery
and Wine and Liquor establishment, can he had on the
most reasonable tertian, at
HAWORTH d: BROWNLEE'S,
(821 in the Diamond
QABATOGA WATER.—A supply or Con
grass Water , nleo Empire Spring Water, fresh from
SaraOgo, rat received and or felle by
L. WILCOX,
s py corner Smithfield and Fourth Bin
YRUPS.-
200 dozen Lemon Syrup;
10 do Raspberry Syrup ;
10 do Strswberry Syrup;
10 do Pine Apple Syrup—for sale by
POTATOES. -135 bbls. to arrive, and fo
sale by (mr2S) HENRY H. COLLINS.
BROWN'S SHAKER VALERIAN
gross for MR , by B. A. FAHNTOCK CO,
Corner of Wood and First streets.
SYRUP AND MOLASSES.-
2.5 bus. New York Golden Syrup'
6u r N. 0. Molasses, in oak barrels, in store
and for sale by HAWORTH & BAOWNLEE,
Cola • in tba Diamond.
AT EAST LIBERTY—Five and-a-quarter
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
eity„ will be sold by d. CUTHBERT SON,
el Market street.
TH A Y ER'S FLUID ( EXTRACTS.-A
assortment of Fluid Eitraets from the cote•
brace ratory of Thayer d Co, just received and for
sale L. WII.AXIX,
mrl • Corner Smithfield and Fourth sta.
ALOT—Not, s" Corner Lot"—lyt,
LARGE LOT of Embroidered Bands, for sale at
•New York Goat by
_JOSEPH' HORNE,
jyli) 177 Market street,
=ME
.Tnoius GE.uum
CHARLES W. WINGARD,
Also practices in' Lyeonong, Centre, Clearfield,
nd Cambrhi euuntio, !wan
'I. SIMPSON 0. n FUMY.
E HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
tocether in the pmetwo of the Law, under the
fire, of SIMPSON di RIPPEY.
Otliee, No. 04 FUIIRTII STREET.
E. SIMPSON,
U 11. RI PPM".
JAMEA DUNLEVY,
SCOTT, DENTIST,
romiort,l to Ow i 1011.1• ocouplea by
fir. W. A. WARD
No. '27S Peon Street ,
(South sttle.)0111,1
/141/ - Ottiro hoont frert, Cl A. M. till SP. M. fao2dv
JAMES S. kING,
DENTIST,
If AS REM( )VEI , II IS I..FICE
No. 100 Fifth Street,
cuLSFR uF CHERRY ALLEY.
Where his potrumt nod friomls me invited to rail.
(4.121 y
TAMESA. 1,4 )W RI F.. Attorney at Law,
CP °fro,. Fourth ,treot, I.oiwoon South
field and cherry Alloy. arllay
WALM, Surg,ni 1 h•i. succes..w to
.43. NV Middle, Nu. 1.t.1 Mottlitirld '.treeL
Pty. °Moo loot, from “glit to l 0 . 16 , 6. ond from 2
to 5 ”elock. feuly.
ZAines and "iquors.
Will. CLAYTON & CO.,
WIIOI22IALE AND xCr UL
LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
No. 37 I hAMOND ALLEY,
NEAR Wth)l) STREET.
Pi Trsli ( 1 12011, PA.
Ad - AN lay. ~ n hand. l'horry and Cow,:mr
‘.1,1 Mor.ngtinela told Rvottfied 1”•ky.
of
0., very Legit qualtty.
E. P. MIDDI.ETON BRO.
Impt.gc ERs uh
WINES, BRANDIES, &c.
AL,I DEALER , IN
Fine Old
NO, r, NORTH FRoNT E ET,
pi:lp!
JOHN IMVAR & CO.,
11td1,11.1 Prkl.£l3 IN
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND RECTIFYING DISTILLERS,
No. 155 Liberty Strrel, Pittsburgh, Pa,
h a n.t. M,..11,7‘11 , 1s
1.11.1 . 1.1..rry, \VIM 1'11.1,y,
IL,q.i..rry, and 4,lau.•r
g . alma° and .t‘gars.
w SIN:I:HART,
• mocrinc-rx. ILLIt Ain Dr4l-1:6 j. 9 ALL CP
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND SEGABS,
ap31:27 N 1:2) STI:EFT.
L' ( E ' AnlisTuAL,
ru.. l / 1 .1,1
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
AN 1)
Virginia Chewing Tobacco,
WOOD STREET,
ttw.
0.11 PFITSI3[I-0.11, PA
N C‘ )NSEQt' EN (A.: 1,Ec1,1 N 1 NG
1,1 Gam
.1 It I'll'N, his
I Mill! I,
d. • :ill.l (11.1 z Faet..ry
zn wll-1.• I 14.•
I=l
I. , rturut) t.J ptirolla , o, 1., i 4-.— I..•rtig put
WAVER 'PHAN URVAI
JAMES W. WOODWELL.
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS,
EMP,RA('I •I; ovary st of Furnitur, , ,
11,4ew00.i. Slwheelwr;- Wltheit,•enitnhle lor
Parlor 4, Chanthern unj J , lning Keene., e4 i llal to non )
In New Yerl: and Pleltelelplea. and nt
l•:very arti , le made by hand. and Warranted
t'adinet Maker, vuptilled with any quantity of
Furniture and Chair, on rea..0n31.1. , term, llotela
and mtearniamt, furni , dwd at rho Yhi t,ll.
r"omA, Not 77 and 71r Thud htroet, Pataburgh, Pw
mr1:1 yd
CARRIAGE MANTTACTORY,
No. 39 Wood xtreet.,
Opposite Bt. Charles Hotel
JOSEPH WHITE
HAS JUST RECEIVED AT
POSITORY, situated near the Ts o Mile Run, be
tween Pittaburgli and Lawreneevillo, sph n• oil and gene.
nil assortment of Carriages, lingoes, Sulkies, etc. Ilia
arrangements are such that he IN 'otstantly receiving
new awl second hand vehicles, and the nubile may rely
on always litAng a good stock on hand. Ile duo man
ufactures to order on short notion,
ISUGGIES,
and all pertaining to the business. With eighteen years
practical experience in the blueness, and his well known
Laalitaab he flatters unwell that he otTers great induce
ments to purchasers.
The establishment is located on the route of the
Excelsior Omnibus line of COLLCIIOI3, passing the door
every fifteen selOaLbw
JOHN S. SHAFFER'S
Carriage and Harness Repository,
CUR. DIAMOND ALLEY AND DECATUR STREET,
Carriages stored, sold and bought on commission.
Repairingtione promptly. Purchaser:, from the country
will find a large assortment of
Which will pleue them, both to qualityjand prieo
wiyiblyw
CARRIAGES,
ROCHAWAYS, BUGGIES, suLicial AND SLEIGHS,
.lllir- All work warranted to be of the beet materials
and workmanship. myl2dydis
THE CLIMAX GRAIN FAN.
rpHESIJBSCRIBERS HAVING. BOUGHT
the right to manufacture, in Allegheny and Arm
strong counties, the 67inuu (rain and Seed Rot, the
factory will be found at MLTNN & BARTON'S, corner of
Boyd street and Fourth street road. Farmers will find
.it to their advantage to call and ace them. They take
the premium everywhere that they have been shown.
They are neat, cheap and the faeteet ever known.
W. tNGLIS,
J. STACY.
DOT CIAY FOR GLASS MANUFAC
TUREES.—The attention.of glass maufactarers is
requested to our Pot Play, arbleh.ts a suyesier article,
and cart be said at about one-half the price or Gerrnari
Clay. Orders for arty amount trill be
W pro l in p tliy
SNn
ded
toy
No.lADandlslWDWatC,KPlte4burgh.
professional
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
LOOKIIAVEN, CLINTON CO, Pews
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NOTARY PUBLI.O
OFFICE—No. D 1 GRANT STREET
0 _A_ FL ID -
,furniture
IMPORTA NT NOTICE
FURNITURE,
VANEE Kti,
CANE,
V`, NI:111,
I'..r•nn• In N.Oll 1 F•.IrI'I It. aOl to, tik,.• n nat. op-
From 10 to 25 per Cent
H. RYAN,
No ^. f. 7 t virru s'ritEET
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL,
(Karriages.
EASTERN REPOSITORY.
NOS_ 7 AND 9,
BETWEEN TILE MANION:O AND LIBERTY ST.,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND HARNESS,
C. WEST & CO.,
ILLIVJPACIVILLII9 OP
No. 197 Pam Street, Pittsburgh, Pa
patents.
THE LAST FAST.
na: 3 3'd*W
DOLLAR. SAVINGS BANK,
NO. 65 FOURTH STREET,
CHARTERED IN 185 5 .
OPEN DAILY, from 9 to 2 o'clock ; also,
on Wednesday and Saturday evenings, from May
Ist to November Ist, from 7 to 9 o'clock,. and from No
vember let to May Ist. from 43 to 3 o'clock.
Deposits received of all sums nut less than Ora
Douss, and a dividend of the profits declared twice n
year, in June anal December. Interest has been de
clared semi-annually, in inns and December, since the
Bank was organized, at the rate of sin per cent. a year.
Interest, it not drawn out, is placed to the credit of
the depositor as principal. and bears the slime interest
from the first days of June and December. compound
ing twice a year without troubling the depositor to call or
even to present his pass book. At this rate. money will
double in less titan twelve years. making, in the aggro-
gate BIGHT AND ors-11A1.7 PEA CENT. A TEAR.
Books containing the Charter. By-Laws, Rules and
Regulations, furnished gratis, on application at the
odic°
HopPwcll Hepburn
James Shidle,
Jurnem H. lie Hoy,
Rupert Robb,
Isanc M. Pennock,
II Bprgwin,
TEVXTEIB.
John G. Backoten, P. A. Madeira,
John li. Canfield, John H. Mellor,
J. Gardiner Collin, James It. D. Meeds,
Alonzo A. Carrier, Jillllo,l3l'Auley,
David Campbell, Walter P. Marshall,
John S.Congrave, Wilson Miller,
Charles A. Colton, Henry L. Ming alt,
William Douglas, John M. Sawver,
Francis Felix. George S. Seiden,
Benj. I. Faline.taek, John li. Scully,
James W :Hallman, Alexander Tindle,
William S. Haven, Theotntld Umbetatittor,
Charles Kim's, Isaac Whituer.
EEPRZTART AND TRAMPED,
CHARLES A. COLTON.
DUNCAN, SHERMAN & CO.,
Et..A..I•T 33.. M Tt.,S
Corner of Pine and Nassau Ste., New York,
I Mile Letters of rre,lit and I 'ireolar NON, for travelers,
availahle to all the fatie4 of the Hutted StateS, Culisda.
the West India ',lands, eto., similar to those in such
eXtellSice Use in Elortipe. mrltOto
005110 11100. D. LODltlit
AUSTIN Li m (MIS fi 191., Dealtin: in
Promissory Notes, Bonds, Mortgage., and all tie
comes for money.
Money loaned on Cheeks at short dates, with collateral
securities.
NOTES AND DRAF"I'S HOW - 111T ANIf ('01.1).
Persons desiring Oral iirc.iontissisted on
reftsonnlile terms, tend capitalists ran in furnished with
good aeon - Men at reffltinerativer priees.
Also, attend to the Side, Renting and (Awing of Real
Estate.
(office., No. Ail FtiCRTII STREET. above \V sot.
fulfil:ly Al'f;TIN 1.'031 IS, Notary Putflle.
NOLNIES &Si Bankers and Ex
. chan k !.. Brokers, and 1 veal,. in Notes, Drafts,
Acceptances, GOid, Silver and Bank Notes.En hange
on the Eastern and %Ve,tern of,e , tantly for sale.
Gollections made in all the eines thr..Wlit•llL the
United States. Deproits re,el ved iu or funds or cur
rent paper, N,,. 07 Market street lan %few] Third and
Fourth *treeLs.
roars.
WILLIAM 11AGALEY,
WHOLES ALE GROCER,
Nos. 18 and 20 Wood Street,
•HM:Lt
WM. H SMITH
WM. 11. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
118 SECOND AND 147 FIRST STREETS
Wu. MILL:a, ll:ccry,,, Plttlmrgh.
MILLERS RICKETSON,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
BRANDIES, AVINES AND SEGARS,
N , I:21 AND •Z-7,„ ,ItNEI2 of , LIBERTY AN
:-TnEr:rs,
4 NI) SOI: E ,1:7 NTS FOR.
SWEARER'S CITY GLASS.
Iron, Nails, Cotton Yarns, tr,, (Lc., Con
stantly on Hand. Iror2
M'CANDLESS, MEANS & C 0.,.
WllO I. E SALLE 4 RICERS
IRON, NAII-S. uorroN TARNI,
AND PITTn RC I:fill MAN OF ACT l'IIK , (11.:!•1 titALLY,
an.l Ifqt, .Curt t.
A. °availing and Talumissizr.
WILLIA3I U. Y.E4T.14:,
Commission Merchant,
hytn
NO. 216 SOUTH FRONT STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
IT Agent for Hel,1)))).k A C.. ')) I 'l,3mpawn)); I)utrh
Cemi)3nv Amsterdam Aim; •tri.l Mall SO.
IlolS I M . 10014, 131 - 0111.11,e4, VW.. 10 ( . 11,/•.10 Ifous, 0101 iu
tore.
JOAN )1 00It II ,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
mETAI, AN ik1.,)7,1s
IS() IA W ATM: sTit r ET. ]I\1:1(1'9'
N ()TIcE Tt) i; ENTS. Wu lia‘u
tiont'slout Lrat her amid Frambult Calf
UN G It ESti GAITER ti,
And sTR.t w aro st Mug km, ql
SUMMER MILLINERY.
Children's Clothing Enapori
MRS. M. A. WEAVER
HAS OPENED AT
No. 24 Fifth Street,
(UP STAIRS, IRON CITY
Mtlat!=l1III
of the lAtexxt stylns.
CHILDREN'S CLOTHINO kept constantly on band,
and made to order.
Esdratico—Next door to tho Tr ranting Store, toward
inyl4dy
Wood street.
$ 1 200 -F OR SAL E.—A dwelling
house of hall, five rooms and cellar, on
Ann street, Allegheny, with lot of ground 1M feet front
by 110 deep to Robintum street. Also, a cottage !muse
on Robinson street. Price for all. $1:100. Terms envy.
te2s S. CUTHBERT & 801 i, 61 Market st.
T EXTRA FINE QUALITY -
_
BELLING VERY LOW
The he assortment in the city will Always be found nt
THE PEKIN TEA STOLLE,
No. 39 FVIh Street, Near Wood.
1 225 S. JAYNES.
5 n GR. AYER'S WORM CONFECTION,
k , for sAlo by
HARTWELL h SHEPHARD, Druggists,
W./ Corner Wood and Sixth streets
WINNER'S COLLECTION OF MUSIC
FOR THE VIOLIN, euDsioing of
COTTILLIONS,
SCHOTTISCHES,
QUADRILLE,
POLEAB, WAVEZPII, MARCHES, HORNPIPES. lit Els, Jens, F AN ,.
Lissces, and other popular airs, arranged in an easy man
ner for the violin. tiv S. Winner. Price 50 cents. Copies
mailed on receipt Cl' price. For sale by.
je2s JOHN H. MELLOR, al Wood street.
REAT, JAPAN BLACKING.—This ines
timablecompobition. with half the usual labor, pra
duces a roost brilliant jet black, affords nourishment to
the leather, and is free from imy unpleasant smell. For
sale wholesale or retail, by
JOS. FLEMLNG,
corner Diamond and Market street.
BROW N'S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA
GINGER—An excellent family medicine. for sale
wholesale and retail. by JOS. FLEMING,
Je3o corner Market st and InainonL
_ _
-
- R ERRINo_io bbls. Eastport, new;
10 do Alewives'. d o
For solo by WM. H. smrrn 0 co.,
jo2o Us Second, and 147 Front otroMo
._ _.___
VOIJ NDRY IRON--50 tons Lake Superior
Foundry iron, to arrivo and for Halo by
ap9 ILFlilll' B. eOLLLN.S.
W1 - N - 1 - /O - W
CifferA t Wholesale
and Retail, for rale by
mrlo W. I'. MARSHALL A CO.
1 3 EANS.-100 bushels, for sale by
-WH. H. SMITH" & co
ap4 ll B Second, and 147 Fourth atrooto.
5 00 LBS. HOU SULPHU it—
nor ...1.31
..- - ' HARTWELL a SIiEPIMHD, -
Druggists;
fen Porno: Wood and Sixth alroota.
Ainandat.
PIIISIDENT.
GEORGE ALBREE.
VICE PRISTDICZTH.
John 11. Shoenbergur,
Alexander Bradley,
James Ilerdinrin,
A. M. Pollock, M. D.,
William S. Direly,
J. An,lereon.
PITTSBURGH.
it. LI I'NTER.
Plt t•burgh, Pa
PITTSIIITHCII, PA
T I' A
A I.Al2“1: '4ll,clt
W. E. SCHMERTZ & CO
SUMMER MiLLINERY,
3nsnitirnce:
WEST BRANCH
Mutual Insurance 'Company,
LOCK HAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY.
CHARTERED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF PENH..
MiZEM
Cash Otpi r. 00,000 Premium Notes $1 1 "..1 4 : 1
rPHIS COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
Buildings, Merchandize, Furniture, &c., in town or
country.
Piarcroas:—Hon. J. J. Pearce. J. B. Hall, T.T. Abrams,
Hon. G. C. Harvey, Chae. Crist, D. K. Jackman, Chas. A.
Mayer, Peter Dickson, W. White, Thomas Kitchen.
HON. G. C. HARVEY, President.
T. T. ABRAMS, Vice President •
Taos. KITCHIN, Secretary.
J. A. LIPPERT, Agent, •
No. 65 Fifth street.
_ MONONGAHELA
INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF PITTSBURGH.
JAMES A. HUTCHISON, Pr.tdent
HENRY M. ATWOOD, Secretary
OFFICE, No. 98 Water Street
WILL INSURE AGAINST ALL KINDS OF FIRE
AND MARINE RISKS
AS ETS—MAY arra, 1559.
Stock, Due Bills, payable on demand, and se
cured by two approved names 015,500 00
Bills Receivable- :0,045 do
Bills Discounted SOO 00
15 shares Mechnnies' Bank Stock, cost 6,165 00
40 “ Exchange Bank " 2,050 00
50 4, Bank of Pittsburgh " 2.750 00
Balance of Book Accounts 0,054 OS
°thee Furniture 400 00
Cush 01,113 04
mg,Ml3l
HENRY M. ATWOOD,Ht-cretary.
IHRECI'AIRS:
James A. Hutchison, Geori.:o A. Berry,
Wm. R. Holmes, Robert IcalzeLl.
William Rea, Jusepl, Kirk patriek,
Wilson Mille John M'Devitt,
myln Wm. A. Caldwell, .
Indemnity Against Loss by Fire.
THE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF PHILADELPLI lA. N. 435
and 437 CIIEWINUT STREET, near Ftft h.
S•uicvsax or A..4SZTS, J.LNUARY 1,,t,
Pubtirhai Agrecobly to Ao Art of ANArnitao. being
Fir , t Mortsrrtges,nmply secured . f 1.7:11.680 b 9
Real E.late, Ipresrut value fllKi.lil3 61.1 not. 77.764 71
Temporary Loam. on ample Collateral o. t.+ 5'6.530 '29
Ska•lis, i prevent valor (V 56,667 72,)1,,t 71.5471
:SW., and Bills Itecelrablo 4,668 40
42.01.17 30
5uj.d6,3...% Gl
Ttn• only pr.dit, from premium., a - Lich this company
can divide by lase, are from risks which have been de
t.•rmined. •
In,tranee mole on every desieription of Prop. rty,
2211 d Country, at raten tt.- low are Cull,l,lellt Wit
Since their neorporation, a period of thirty years,
they have paid lorses by Fire, to an amount exceeding
Foot - Million:. of Ibllare. theireliy itifordirig iivideneo of
thu advantages of Insurareie. %veil the sillily and
disposition to meet with promptness all liabilities.l.,,SeS paid during tho year IR.'S. SIO6,SUL
I=l
CharleA W. Bancker, Mordecai D. Lewis ;
TiMias Wagner, DaVid S. Brown,
SAMIIe! lir:mt. Isaac Ltn.,
Jacob IL Smith, Edward C. Dale,
George W. Richards, George Flll.,
(ALAS. N. BANCR.ER, PreeidenL
EtiwARD C DALE. Vice President.
WA!. A. STE Seoret..ry pro t.cm.
1 GAEL) ER PUFFIN. Agent,
my In Northeast eprner 'ftord and Wool •trees.
FIRE INSURANCE
BY Tug
Reliance Mutual ',lnsurance Co.
Of philadeiphOk,
On Building, , , 1.414...,.1nr Perpetual, Aferchan
dize, Furniture, 4c.,in town or country.
OFFICE NO. WS MAL:SI'T STREHT.
CAPITAL, 4177,931. AMON,' 4 2 46474 43
I 11,4 folluw, rlz
First :11tortgngo on Improved City Property,
worth ,lonflu , Ow amount $751,610 00
Pe nasy I ran. I{,u r,ad Co.'s cent. N o n gags,
Lonlin. Mow.
Allegheny C. elniy G 11 cent. Penr,ylvanin
MI=M
o'lly ~f philad•ica.k.ri ? ct.Penn'a ILIL Loan. iri.noo 00
Pennsiyirania linalroici Company Stuck .... , . .... .4,000 00
‘;-k of the Retiarda• Mutual lu:or:lnt.." e 0.... 10,1 oon
Stork of Ciincity Fire Inenraui, lb • 1.050 . 00
si.e , k of Delawaro M. 0. In,nrant.-e• Company. • ISO 00
1 iiiii.n SI. liciuntnee Co'. Scrip • 3. , d) ou
lid!. It.,,lvaida, tatsint , a prip.r 30,573 4:1
Ina,k Accoimta. accrued lutereel. CO 7;311 04
Ca, It un hand and in Maui: ' listaZ vc;
$271',.47s
.E.M. TINGLEY. PtemAlt.nt.
Di atcioltv:
Ciolll 7 ' 1,,,.....,• - • F.3".1 , 1..1 BiBllll,M,
n. 'llinon R - Th0rni.....1. 1•I ,- .14•rt Steen.•
Fr...lerll, Brown. \i film .13 u,....,T,
e. , rnellt. Steco•ln.nn, Bonia!inn W. Tingley
Ita: It. \\ land, Mar...hall INI,
II L. Carson. Z. Lot tu,p,
Holc•rt T..lanel, t'. hooter Li land,
Fredern•l. 1,111:ig .1a....1, T. flirting,
Chart., S. W. 1.!. Stimuli Bowen,
Jl.ll , 5. W lll'i 1,V.ir.1. John Biz,ell. PIMA.
it. M. II INCHM.t.N. Scorotary.
f3.I;^:!'NER ALlent.
Tnyle , NorilleftSt corpt.rrot.rd uu t Witp..l street•
014111fati011al.
ST. FRANCIS' COLLEGE,
Under the idic qJ the Franciscan Brothers,
C. 14 1 -1111.1 t'e silts ia4.,
THIS INSTITUTION, natu
fut Edneati,,nal Litfor.l.4 tat the nm..
talent* that ea. In, de,:red for a eathtlii,e luVuunnu. It
is located all the 1110-t 4a,11/1) and Pleture,,ine tortma
of the Allegheniefa, dktutat four tattles from t. re,on
Station, on the direct nun! rotate. between Philadelphia
and Pittsburgh. The .t•hoh,t 14• year coa111101100: the
first of riel , Letnber,.tel will e10...e oh the Ira dsy of July
. . .
TerION for Hard. tnoluding a thorough English
11,10110110 eollrSe, Ore $lOO per mlutun,
'rho Clasatos and .51o.h•rn Languages form an extra
011ATIZe of $lO por annum
Wa•dittu: and tt,. or livdding $lO
For farther partloulars apply to the superior of the
'Zvi . ..moven eat IM. mr.de to the RI. Rel.. I.r. O'Connor.
tori:daw
17 tSC EN 'I"S ( )1.1.1.1( E AND SEMINA
under ,-are of the Benedictine Fathers
lei, I. iitE, Wl.l.l'ftli • BEL A N EOENTY, Ea.
s. the ar, tau g ht no. br...0..11‘... or E'n
g ird. Education,
Itt tho Somittary, tho !Anthem:lnes, lii,tory.
Rhotone., l'hilo..phy, olr., and tho dttlerent hrtmet e,..
hi h ;her orti‘ll4lott 01 . 1l,t'fill to tho,e!tspring
to tho Priosthoo.t.
Tlok trrnim for 17.urd and Tunion are 25 , 0 per year, to
t,o Not ernit-nnnintlly, strictly in :tdranre. -
4,erman and French, and other kngtingeq, Drawin g
raluting, Hume, form no , extra charges, eiei:pting SOlno
r‘woinirellmation fur the nso of ol,trutnputs,
Medioine, Wmiting, hooks, Stationery, de., Conn extra
eharnem.
For particulars apply to the Directim4 of the College.
TM Collegiate year begins ou the lot of September,
Red ends ou the of July following.
FATHER ti. B. LUMM,
Director of the College.
$ 4 ,2 000 FOR A BRICK HOUSE and
two lots of ground, on Bank Lane, Al
legheny City.
V.l.s(ki for ;1;;; arms of eholeo land, and dwelling house,
at 4 nuke from the oily.
$.1.,00 for 115 acres of land, ni sixteen miles from the
ray, with good Improvements.
$1.1,00u for 'kJ acres of lend, at four miles from the city;
ood dwelling howaa
, torn, stable, ke—orehd of from,g
400 to bee trees, all under good fence--coal of good qual
ity. The improvements on the place are worth $4, 5 0 0 .
These properties and many °there are fur sale by
S. CUTHBERT 3 SOS.
Real Estate Ageuts, 51 Market street.
BRANDIES
—Warranted of the best quality. Also, a complete
assortzueut of Wines, Whiskeys and Gine, of superior
quality, kept constantly on hamlet •
JOSEPH FL F. M I NG'S,
jet& Corner Diamond and Market street.. •
VANS, • FANS.-2,500' Palm_ Leaf Fans,r sold by the ease or single. Silk, Linen and Paper
Fans, at low prices at EATON, CREE &
JY 4 Fifth lead Market ate.
VALUABLE INFORMATION TO
RlTlLDERl4.—Mouldings, Window Prames,'Panel
Doors, Shutters, Sash, ALtudols, Sc.; in fact, every kind
of woodwork net in building; all made of goal -mate
rials by the best, of workmen and unrivalled machinery.
Braekets of every pattern furnished and scroll , sawing
done. J. a U. T. PRICE,
Central Plimingllills,
.
Water street, between Federal and Beaver,
Allegheny City.
SAUNDER'S VIOLIN SCHOOL—Anew
and Scientific Self-Instrutting School for the
on an entirely new• method: intended for beginners,
amateurs and teachers. This 'work is , particrilarly in
tended to give the scholar a short, thorough andkciere
title method of playing the violinUtt all its branches, in
lest than one half the time than is required from any
other work ever published or Introduced in this coun
try—by George Saunders. Price.so cents. For sale by
JO NJi. MELLOR,
:so. SI Wood street.
It of the ruing , . iny24
Copies mailed on reeei.
I[lloUltE *TILL, (3 4k11.13A WINE.--1
.
have on hand a urge supply Of pnre Still Ctitaieba
Wino for medicinal purposes. Those wishing anything
In this litni shoUld sill and eiamine stock before
purchasing elsewhere. OS. FLEM.I.IIO, •
mrl7 r,rnir Ilismnrd •mi Market Or*. t
CfIEESE.-200 boxes extra prime cutting
Cheese for sale by
Jya
r AKE 1181 E-200 packages for sale by .
J 15 1, HENRY H. COLLINd.
lIITE BEAKS-50 bushels for sale by
v • je2o WM. H. SMITHS CO.
SYRUP -2s bbls. prime Syrup for sale by
WM. H. S3lllll t CO.,
je2o Second and Frontnte.
SUPERIOR RECi)RD CAP.—For sale' by
J. R. WELDIN,
6...._ R. Wood street near Fourth.
iIEESE---50 boxes choice Goshen Cheese
just reeeived.and Tor sale at
..HAWORTH A BROWNLEE'S,
of the Diamond and Diamond alley.
bbls. No. 2liosin, on hand
and for nolo by B. C. J. FL flAVirYigll
for ealo by
Wartieen.t,
new Fourth'
ted wELD ge ni rinin , e,
rni
CnEor -300 K—On all the Banks, forsale
tr. Js
WELDIN,
ZS Wood sheet, near Fourth.
To Young Men.
ALL :WHO ARE SUFFERING FROM
the effects of youthful excess, self-abuse, or the
debility arising from Sexual Disease, can be surely and
permanently restored_ to perfect health, strength, and
vigor, by using the
- - - - -
This most valuable Medicine is prepared from a r
ceipt of an eminent Parisian Physician, and is constant!
used in Europe with never failing success. It wit
thoroughly remove all
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
SEMINAL EMISSIONS
aim
IMPEDIME TS TO MARRIAGE,
And will restore the Sufferer and the impotent to a state
of perfeet manly rigor. It will thoroughly eradicate the
effects of either
MERCURY or DISEASE,
From which so many thousands are continually salter
in g without knowing a remedy.
The cost of cure is trifling. One bottle williast on
mouth, and is suitable for either see. Sent free by ma
to all parts of the United States.
Price, $1 per Battle. -
D. H. ANDERSON,
381 Broadway, N. Y.
N. B.—A Circular containing full particulars and direct.
lions will be sent with each bottle, and free to any ad
dress, on application.
LOCAL AGENTS WANTED.
meaiiimdtw-riod
Address,
PROPOSALS FOR ARMY TRANSPOR
TATION.—ProposaIs will be received at the Quar
termaster General's Office until 12, 31., on the let day of
October next, for.the transportation of military supplies
during the year ISilo and TSGLou the following routes:.
1. From .Forts Leavenworth and Riley in the Terri
tory of Kansas, from Fort latramie, in the Territory of
Nebraska, or from any point on the west bank of the
Missouri river north of Fort Leavenworth and south of
latitude 42 deg. north at which a depot maybe establish
ed, to the posts which aro 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 Territo
ry of Kansas, and from the town of Kansas in the State
of Mis , ourl, to Fort Union in the Territory of New Mex
ico, or to any other depot that may be designated in that
Territory.
3. From Fort Union. or sue!: other depot as may be des
ignated in the Territory of New Mexico, to the Twists or
depots that are or may be established in the 31ilitary
Department of New Mexico, except Forts Bliss and
Fillmore.
The weight to be transported eachyyeartyill notbe less
on either of the routes than one hundred thousand
pounds, nor more on route 1 than ten millions of pound.%
and on routes 2 and a than two millions five 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 collectively, for any two
of them, or for each route separately.
Bidders will give their names in full as well as their
plates of residents, 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, 1860 ; and as transportation may be
demanded at any time for the whole weight to be trans
ported during the year on all or either of the routes,
tiley will tie required to have places of busines or agen
cies at or in the vicinity of Fort Leavenworth, Fort Lar
amie, and Fort Union, or other depot in New Mexico, at
which they may be communieatea with promptly and
readily.
Each proposal must be accompanied by a guarantee,
signed by three nr more persons known or satisfactorily
certified to the Quartermaster tieueral, 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 Propows/8 for
Army Thinspertnnen, and Ilene will be entertained un
less they fully comply with all the HUl:d:diens set forth
in this advertisement.
The nght is reserved of rejecting any or all the bid
that maybe made.
qUAR.TEILILLSTIE GENERIL'S OFFICE,
Washington, June 27, 1550.
jy4anwatlOctl
Public Sale of Orizaba Iron Works, Sophia
Furnace; kc.
.
Y virtue or tutliority, ,
vested in us as
Ws trustees for certain creditors of Pollard M'Cor
n le - t
. and in pursdance of a decree oFthd pri,t rict Court
of Allegheny county, in the Commonwealth ofiPennayl-
Santa. in N 0.3 of November term. 18;s8; we will expose
to public eale, at the Merchants' Exchange, on Fourth
street, in thC city of Pittsburgh, on the lath day of Sep
tember. WO, commencinc :all o'clitick, A. M., or at such
tune end place to which stud sale may be then there ad
journed. all the following descilbed 'property; to wit
The land- and tenements composing and appurtenant
to Unzalat Iron Works and Sophia I. urnace, situate in
Pollock township. adjoining and adjacent to the borough
of New Coati, in Law renconounty, Pennsylvania, bound
ed and described as follows:
A piece of land boundect. north by Neshannock creek:
cast he the Pennsylvania Canal; south by other l a nd of
said tiust.and west by Ne,ldtanock creek.containing one
acre more or lett, ou which are ereuted a blast furnace,
known by the name o f Stqd tin, 4o feel square and 45 feet
high, casting honse, tuyer •hout., cinder home, stock
house:, boiler - house. cmnne house, engine and blush
with three boilers in boiler lions, and five extra boilers
so and complete, lar,ge brick stack.
A pteco of land. tteginnina at rn.rth-t3tott corner of Col
lin,: Val 101 Neshannoek creekzunning thence north
471 1 west 19'2 feet, north -17!•.,.. e ttstlsl feet; thence along
said mill lot 28t:: feet to the place of beginning., on
:shuck to o trick oiliee and a liliteksmith shop.• •
A peen of land of one sere and 4 perches. more or
beginning aka post tier Lock N0.2.,0n Pennsylva
nia Catiol.ktpipipl south k 200 feet to a post on
said eau di: thenne sown east 11.10Nleat:ton poet on
Neshannock creek: then‘e t,outt. kkk:itt - west 2,(A1 Sect Lc
s•c,i oreek In n ito,t4 thence ,outh :M u - east 2493.. feet to
the place of beginning: on which is erected; Otolling
Min. the main hinlilingls4.lby . 2l4, feet:wit h.tihechMltaieh
ed. its winch ore is 'Filling furnaces. 5 heating furnaces,
toilers and engine, suffien•tit to drive all the machinery
in said mill; bar roils, small tills. nail plats and muck
squcer.ent. shears, Sr., 5 nail inachine& find one
wrianMt stoke miehine, and a brick warehouse. ta by 20
.
A rim:, r iamb beginninz, nn the canal at .icilrikiest
ommer of mill lot, and miming south.lllC west 130 feet
.doing wtd L ama]; theme south ratter east oo feet by Land
or 3.. t .1. 0. Wliits: 111...ne0 000(0 2' coat 151 feet by
street:thence we.,t 24 feet t.. a 1..1:4; tht.nee south,2°eatt
130 feet by an alley: th ence 15 feet br . J. a. C_ White,
to mill I't thence along :aid lot to tine place'of begin
comAning one4cilt acre, more or less, on which is
111ofgiatist.gg 4O br 112 feet, engine and toniler
winn ctla.:lkiaPry for 24
1pA114; sta 3 '!‘',fnnlne ,
140 0 . 14 SR
situated
circular..ast,t,
hr 51 feeL with niaehibert for gpramig
etay to make fire brick. and a brick-drying house o,
tr tem, partly on said lot and partly on land of.l. .4' J. C
A it of grotuol. No. S. in White's addition to New Ca. 4.
Ismaded on the north and east bystreets; south by
lot No. :, and west by .Jefferson street, 54 feet; fidnt . lir
lrm fet. on which is a brief: co.tper-shop, 211 by 4o feet,
arid earp,oter shop 12 fret square.
A pleec of laud in Neshannock township, Wog south
oC Eastbrool, rool. coutaitung 3%min-es, more or less, tee
log p a rt o f t h e ib!,,pson tract, purchu.sed hi P. ; ye°,
iniek front Diana littopson, sithAte about I!,imide Prom
New Castle. on the Eastbrool, road. •
A lot of ground,lKinuJed north by other land of said
trust; eitstby A. Loud Crairtirthitotith by 'White's
heirs, and west by Jefferson street, on which is erected
a brick dwelling house.
The alane de,crthed property will be sold together, as
a whole,
Also, in separate parcels, :IA described:
lit: undivided half of 410 acres of land, more or less,
iu ,Na•slianneck township, bminded math by 'CraWfiwil;
east Pearsob, l'yle and others; south by Thoimmeralla,
and west by '3 faitland and Craw rd, abounding with coat;
:Mont 230 acres cleared; goal banks . ..ironed; a u=mber of
frame houses, barns, sheds, stables, coke ovens, Ac.,
erected thereon.
A piece of land in Neshannock township, bounded by
lands of William Alexander, James Boyle and John
M'Kee, containing 30 acres and 130 pe'rches, on which is
erected a plank house. a log house, a frame stable; about
30 acres cleared; also a good spring of water.
Four contiguous lots of ground, to Pollock township,
bounded on the north by Cunningham and others:south
by White; east by Vogan and others. and west'bv
on which are erected dwelling houses, stables Ac.
A piece of land in the borough of New Castle,
beginning at the north-west corner of school house, on
east side of Jefferson street, near the bridge, over Ne
shannock creek; thence north 88° east 130 feet, to said
creek; thence north west. 43 feet thence southt33 l 4°
west 281 feet, to Jefferson street; thence south I° east 15
feet to the place of beginning, containing one acre, more
or less.
A lot of ground, 60 feet front by 160 in depth, iu the
borough of New Castle. bounded north by street; east by
alley; south by Jacob Lint, and west by Jefferson street,
on which erected a frame stable.
A lot of ground in Pollock township, ip' r White's addi
tion to New Castle; beginning on Mill street; at the cor
ner of lot No. 2; thence south 2° east by said stride
,50
feet; thence south 88° west by lot No 3, 150 feet; thence
north 2° west by alley 50 feet, to south-west corner lot
No. 1; thence north 88° east by lot No. 2, 150 feet to the
place of beginning.
A frame house and lot in Pollock township, bounded
north by Nesiiiumocl; creek; east by Jefferson street;
west by -; east by
A lot of ground in said township, bounded north by
Wallace; east by by an alley; south by Dickson, and west
by Croton road; being 50 feet in frontby 150 feet in depth.
Moo, a tract of land, of about 428 acres, in Sugar Creek
township, Venango county, Pennsylvania, known as the
Saw-mill Tract, being the same described in deed from
Pollard sl'Cormick to said trnstees, dated d August,
1855.
A more full and accurate description of the property
to. bbi sold trill be furnished from the deeds, al the time
of sale, or previously, on application to the trustees.
-TERMS :—One-third of the purchase money to be
paid in cash on the acknowledgment of the deed; one
third in six months, and one-third in twelve months
from the time of sale, with interest from that time; ,the
deferred payments to be secured by bond and mortgage
on the premises; one-third of the amount of the first
or cash payment to be paid when the property is struck
down. ISAAC at. PENNOCK,
July 28.18.59-6w:th
rip 11 E CHEAPEST PIANOS IN ''HE
UNITED STATES.--Just received four Rosewood
round cornered 63,f, and 7 octave Pianos, manufactured
by C. H. Hays & Co - , Norwich. They are made with a
full Iron frame, with French Grand Action; and made in
all respects after the designs of the beat makers:
C• 3, octave's for 3175 00
7 . " " 200
They will be sold only for cash, as the very small com
mission charged for selling, and the eitretne low prices
obtained be the manufacturers win not justify them to
on credit. For sale by
me 26 JOHN H. MELLOR, 81 Wood street..
SUGARS.—N. 0. Sugar, Crushed, Lump,
Pulverised and Coffee Sugars for sale low, by the
barrel, at HAWORTH A BROWNLEE'S,
_
ce'..t _ . in the'Disktnend
HT:NAY Ti. COLLINS
AT THE CORNER oF BAIN{K, sT
lanes, Allegheny, two lots each 25feel front by
se deep, and a bock dwelling or hall, two parlors, dining
room, kitchen, wasta-house, form chamber:4, and finished
attic, a good cellar under the whole house, hydrant, Am.
For sale by S. CUTIMERT & SON,
mrl7 , 81 Market street.
NEAR THE CITY, and in a healthy. [aid
pleasant location, we have for sale, a two-story
Fnune Dwelling House and um acres of land. The
house contains a hall, dining room, parlor, kitchen,
wash-house and five chambers, good grates, and closets
in every room; a well of softwaten stable carnage-house
convemenk about GO fruit trees, IrraPe&i ac”: ac- Prtee
$5,000. 9. CUI'.HBERT & SON,
an • IS 61 Market street.
NEW WALL PAPER.—Third arrival for
the Season. The assortment always complete at
the old stand, No. 87 Wood street-
W. P. MARSHALL k 00.
RICE -10 tierces prime for sale by
J.= WM H. Man 3 co.
ffledital.
ELIXIR DE VIE.
. awup~~
WILLIAM. K. NIMICK,
- CHARLES RNAP,
H. BRADY WILKINS.
SaUrmt4r.
THE i
PITTSBURGH, FT. WAYNE AND
CHICAGO , RAILROAD,.. - .
Completed 'from Pittsburgh to:dile:lgo'
WOODRIJnoS SLEEPING CARS ATTACHED TO ALL
THE NIGHT TRAINS. .
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF'CARGI :
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15th, 1852
Trains will leave the Station, corner of Liberty zed
Grant streets, Pittsburgh, as follows: " - •
Leave Pittsburgh. Crestline. . Fort Wayne;
Express. 12.16 A. IL G:56 A. M. 1:101
Express 12,50 Y. y, 8:45 r. x.
ARRIVE AT CHlCAGO—Express, 8:47 P. ir.4 PI.X.PrW
8:17 A. K.
RETURNING.
ARRIVE AT PITTSBURG LI—M &2a P. 114 rapreal
3:30 P. Express, 2.e..13 0.. 31.
ACCOMMODATION 'TRAINS, from Federal . strea .
Allegheny, for New Brighton, 9:20 s. m., and 5:'2.0 Y. 14 :-
From " Cala " 12:10 .. -
Through trains connect as follows . .
At Alliance, with trains on the Clevellual and Pittsbiargh
Railroad.
At Orrrille, Ohio, to and from Millersburg, Akron, Cur .
hoga Falls, etc.
At Mansfield, Ohio ' for Meant Vernon, Shelby, San . .
dusky. Toledo, Detroit, etc. - .
At Crestline, for Delaware, Springfield, Columbus, Cis.
cinnati, Xenia, Dayton, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Lonla-
vile, etc.
At Forest, for Springfield, Sondosky, Dayton,,Cinein•
Dan, 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
Railroad.
And at Chicago, with trains for all points in Mud&
lowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota.. •
. . .
For further information and throi.gh ticketa 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 - Grata
United States. J. J. , HOUSTON, •
jet:, General Passenger - Agent, Pittsburgh...
M7I7M I MVM I :TMMI
On and After Monday, April lltft.
Pennsylvania Central Railroad.
NINE DAILY TRAINS.
THE THROUGH MAIL TRAIN leaves the Passenger
Station every morning, - (except-Sundays,) at 2450
stopping only at principal stations between Pittsburgh, -
Johnstown, Harnsburg, - Philadelphis, and at all regular
stations between Johnstown and Harrisburg, connecting
at Harrisburg at 1 P. x., with .train for Baltimore direct,
arriving in Philadelphia at 5:00 P. I.
THE FAST LINE leaves daily, (except. Banda , y,. , at
an.) P. a., stopping only at principal stations, rnabug
direct connections at Harrisburg for Baltimore,
arriving in Philadelphia or Baltimore at 7:1B a. a,. f
THE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the Station . every
evening at &AO P. If, stopping only . at Greensburg,. 1.8.-
trobe, Johnstown, Wilmore, Gallitzin. Altoona. hea. con
necting at Harrisburg with the train directfor PatitalliOre,
and arriving-in Philadelphia at 10:00 st. a.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS:
_ _
THE JOHNSTOWN WAY PASSENGER -TRAIN
leaves daily (except Sunday) at 0:00 o'clock, a. is., stop •
ping at all stations, connecting with Indiana Branch
Train at 10:50 a. Si, and arriving at Johnktown 110 T.
Conemaugh, Si.
THE - JOII7.CSTOWN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
leaves daily, (except Sundays.) at 2;50 P. Si, stopping at
all stations, and runningg as tar as Conemaugh„ •
FIRST ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek.
Bridge leaves daily. (except Sunday,) at 10:40 a. a.
SECOND ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle
Creek leaves daily, (except Sunday-) at 4:20 P.
THIRD ACCOMMODATION TRAIN .for Turtle Creak
leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 020 P. a. •
RETURNING TRAINS arrive in Pittaburgh as fol
lows i--Express, I=6 P. a; Mail, 11;50 e.m; Fast Line,
12:2o A. a; Johnstown 'Accommodation e ltoo a. a; First.
Turtle Creek Accommodation. 6:50 a. a; Second - Ace.
comrnodation, I=o P. a; Third Accommodation, 8.16
P. M.
Trains for Blairsville and Indiana connect at Blairs
ville Intersection with Johnstown Way Passenger Train
East and West, Express Train West,aud the Johnstown
AccommOdation Train East and West. _ •
PITTSBURGH - AND CONNELLSVILLE TRAINS,
stopping at all StatiOnS on thu Pittsbuigli hod Cennells-
ville Road) leave daily. (Sunday excepted) as rallp=-
Mail Train, 7100 1. a; EApress t, ---
ing trains from Pittsburgh and Connellatille oaddF
rive at Pittsburgh 6:45 a. a., and 6:15.e. it; • .• -
The trateling public will find it 'greatly r to their inter
est. in going East or West, to travel bythe Pennsylvania
Railroad, as the accommodations now offered.caneet
bo surpassed on any other route: The road is lailleatiirl
with stone, and is entirely free frem dust; we can
promise safety, speed and comfort to all who may favor
this road with their patronage.
PARE:
No New Tork----....513 CM To Baltimore,..-.
Philadelphia. 10 00' Lancaster--
Harrisburg, $7 45;-
Baggage checked to all stations on the Pennsylvania
Railroad, and to Philadelphia, Baltimore and New York:
Passengers purchasing ticdets in car, will becharged
ONE-HALFCENTPERMILE in addition to the Station
rates, except from stations where the Company has . nit
Agent.
..
ICE-111 case of loss, the .Company
themselves - rtepensible.for personal baggage only, and
for an amount not exceeding $lOO..
N. B.—The Excelsior Omnibus Line has
b
employed to convey Passengers and Baggage toin
from the Depot,. at . a charge not to exceed 25 cents for
each passenger and baggage..
For tickets apply to .1. STEWART, Agent,
At the P. R. R. Passenger Station,
api? ' On Liberty and Grant streets.
Cleve - 11nd Pittsburgh Railtoad.
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, Apra 2", trafni bill
leave the Depot the P,ctrusgivania .Railicntli (Pitt, * burgh, as follows ;-- •• • . . ist
Pittsburgh, Ch.retand and Chicago Line.—Expres , trams
leaves Pittsburgh at 1215 A. X, and 1.05 P,111,-for Cleye
land, Buffalo, Toledo,,Detroit, Milwaukee, Chicagf s And
the North .West. The L. 05 P. X. train connects ar.Bay,ral
with trains for all points on the Timarawae Branch.
Passengers clewing to Bodo Chicago via Cleveland,
must bell:Vic:Aar to ask for tickets Vs CIPPPI9Xd; 4
er - I ,l 4Pres trains leave at PI, 41
LOO P. x; or 'Wheeling, Zanesville ' Cirelevillp, cot
bus and Cincinnati. '1 he Phls a. it. train slime at.W - eft
rifle. Steubenville and stations below Steubenville. 'le
1:05 P. x. train stops at Wells Ville and stations below
Wellsville. ,
Mai/ Train leaves at Cr.f.ts e. )14 stopping at all Way,f3ta
tions on River Line.
•
Accommodation Leaves at 5:00 P. N.; ruining to Wells.
Mlle only, stopping at oil Way Stations
11it atp4 four i ts t o to iNaCiiPiiiiS 4 Urt 44 Vi 4 MR'
beilpiiip , ,.VitSt . .EFPce:9 at 1425x*na.Firfm41
if, ; fps 3.4 await, coignibus, D p d
'u s,APAIN;
• I; and ,
, 41, pp*.
the South West:- • , ,
The Express Train rims through from Pittatairgh:to
Cincinnati, without change of cars. Splendid Sleeping
Cara attached to each Express train.
Passengers desiring to go to Columbnaylificimnitl,
etc., or any point beyond Columbus, by the - abort line,
must be parnetlar to ask for tickets via Steubenville.
Baggage checked through and handled free of charge.
Fare always as low as any otheT Mitt°. IPP4 c 01 .1.3m3 ,
Lions certsM. -"' ••
, ,
- . Tbrozitik Ticket; can be procured at Pittsburgh: Ifir
rialStirgh,'PlillEttlelphia, New. York Mad ftost 4 .3'.: r "n" . : ,
V. R. MYERS, General Ticket Agent,.cleieland.
• - . t'JNO. ST.RIVAT, Ticket Agent,
Fip27
Liberty Street Depot, Pittabui% h.
109. Baltimore and Ohio CoA :
HE BALTIMORE .A141) ..1 011I0 RAIL
RO kD COMPANY are now prepared to reoelva
forwAd tlerellandise under through hdli ladiabc
to• nail 'from I.III9I3tYRGH AND THE EA B: •
- .. .
•
Rates"..guaranteed to be eerally favorable wittathose of
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, or any. other Lille.
For infor m ation as to rates, facilities, etc.,, ete.,,aoi
cation may be made by letter or trperson. to e" r
of the Onderaigned agents: ... . - 7. . . i ~...,4
At BOSTON, Moses Potter, corner State and Wastdpv
ton streets.. • - •• ', • . ..- ''',- ' ' '' "
AttlEiV` taftg,' Perireit 228 - 11rdadway; 'bore
the Astor .ffotzse.. . , rrhtt
At PHILALPELP-EliA: 61 . 11,0 40' 'a • 9°wi°Elo corner and Cherry srtrests. - •'
ChesuAt
tn piiLLA t DELpoiA, Cot. Eelly, corner Bizth.irad
streets. -
At BALTIMORE, J. T. England, Cainden Station.
At PITTSBURGH, J. A. Catighey, 144 Water Street.
VI- Particular attention Of memhants; rtianuttictuters
and•-stOppers :generally, 'of Pittsburgh; AilThgbeby
and rieuaity , is csdled to the facilities bt this '/VaW Roth.
as compared with'othere, and their patronage and - Wets
are respectfully solicited. , HENRY MEARS,
jalnitf ' General Weight Agent B. A. 0: R. R.Co.
MEW ROUTE . RIVER AND
1~ RAILROAD.
. • n
Oircinxutti,
Connecting at - Indianapolis with Terre Hatita,• and
Terre Haute and' lton Railroad, to St. Louis and Lafay
ette and Indianapolis, New Albany ~and Salem, and
Michigan Centrals far' cmakeot;,.ROCK ISLAND,
BURLINGTON, and all intermediate points.
Througli Priight Train. to: IXDIANAPOLIEVVIR
HAUTE.
Freights orrifd from innaTi ar Lawre9ondlnis_
loss time than by any of other route by tann t linar . ariqgPi.
and at as low rates. The only road by whi ablgammta
ra
can be made (co Cincinnati t breaking bulk. o the i"eit-withobt.
Consignments made to GIBAONB,4Iips.4I; at an
thumb; or, W. B. CUTTING, Agent, at'Lawrermelattl&
will receive prompt attention, and no charge for cOln
miasion; no ehargefor drayage or emanation elle:wpm,-
.
or further information apply to THOMAS RATIGAN,
(No. 115 Water street,) Agent of thecominn k y, who is
prepared to give Truman rurzrns to Indianapollajferre
Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Peru, Greencastle,t Craw
fordsville, Charleston, Paris and Mattoon. a —a- .
H. C . tom; rrseidoi
JNO. P. CHF.WR, General Freight Agent. ixtre'-
_
Casitrare.
x44i2ijimputiar
abysm) rirtnamar.f.;:: • " MX= L.lttllVlrtM
CURLING, ROBERTSON. & UQ.,, ; .l4,aftu
Lecturers of Cut, Pressed and Plain Flint (LAi
WARE. Warehouse, No. 17 Wood street, corner
Front, Pittsburgh- . •
Sire All-other-kinds of Glassware - and Windoir Was
at low market priccit. . ' •
A. & F. M.ARI3INI4,
D1P0W11223 'AND - 11121rUnC1122:63 ar
CIGARS,
AND GENIIRAL COMMISSION MECIEtCHANTB,
NO. 45 WEST LOMBARD ST., /3ALTEIdOkIidD.
We invite the attention of the trade to our larsutali
well assorted - stock of German and Domestic,
Our facilities for importing,: as well as the variety. oar
assortment are unsurpassed by any house in the Wales
while large contracts made by one of the firm dttrintthe
dull times, in Germany, enable as to hold ont extra in
ducements to our friends at_present,, s e ssa y
. - Tu r A Tit. MULLER'S - CELEBUTkti
SPARKLLN6I BOCK and MOSELLE Waa.:,
imported and for sale, by F. :MARBURG
seta-ly • . Sole Agents, Baltimore; Md.
G E H
--A RDWARE AND cUtLE-
R .6,3 „ zsay And fil A sale low_ligtmw
A. F. RBUlte. Md•
CARTWRIGHT
(Sttectssors to Jobn Cartinighl,) • I. ,
MANUFACTURERS AND LIIIFORTIMS'
ai, of Pocket and Table CaUcry. Surgical auct Deattal
Iluzmmeute, Gums, Piatola, F.
eto.latang Tackle, eta. No. 8*
Wood. pees They mlaLlitteutionto thozosaulkoi
taring of Truss Jobblog aa3Noutt_
I..wy poxim• and doapalak. Vet:
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