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Prints 'and Ribtished Every Mornng, (Bundaybirept e ,i , )
Sy JAMES P. BAER,
.Torre: Five Dollars_ a year, payablp strictly in ad
vance- Six dollars invariably required if not paid with
in the veer-
SarSingle copies, Two Cents—for sale at the counter
in the Office, and by the Newsboys.
Two insertions 75 ........................... 1 00
Three insertions, • 100 ...........................
One week, 1 75 ...... ... ..
.. . . ...-.... 50
Two weeks, ........ ...... 3002 00 150 100 75
Three weeks, 300 2 a 200 125 100
One month 600 336 50 160 a 75
Two months 700 465 50 225 '.2. 50
Three months 900 000 450 300 300
Four m0nth5.:......... 10 00 605 600 335 450
Five months. 11 00 735 550 365 550
Nim0uth5m............. 72 00 800 600 400 660
Nine o ............ 16 00 10 35 800 635 900
Ono rear .. -- ..... ..... 20 00 13 35 10 00 605 12 00
stenamg Card, six lines or less, per annum..-........ 10 00
ne square, per annum, (exclusive of the paper,)-25 00
3Larriage lichees, 50 cents; Death notices 25 cents.
ISATURDAY MORNING POST
A MAMMOTH WEEKLY, •
ONLY . ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR,
IN CLUBS OF FIVE,
'tingle Subscriptions - 116 Per annum.
CONTAINS ALL THE CURRENT NEWS OF THE
DAY, Political, Literary, Agricultural, Commeroial, La.
cal, Telegraphic and Miscellaneous.
The Paper being of the traarrr sum, and neatly print
. ed, on tine white paper, in large, claw type, will be found
by the subscriber to give better satisfaction than any
paper published in Pittsburgh.
Those who wish to take a rspor from Pittsburgh, will
dud the SATURDAY MORNING POST a safe and profit
ble investment. Address
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BARR & MYERS,
BOOK & JOB PRINTERS
PLAIN & FANCY PRINTING,
6gmuttrcial,Vercantite legal *sit or
N9 , 67n-W1:8 7. 03aNtit 97 1171:11 Ma? WOOD ernris.
RATk4 OF ADVERTISING.
Ten Lines. pw4.k
50 ....... ...............
JAXLES P. BA.R.H.,
Editor and Proprietor.
MORNING POST JOB OFFICE.
Corner Fifth & Wood Ste. Pittsburgh.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
Executed in the finest style
At short 'lotion, on reasonable terms.
Particular attention paid to the Printing of
POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, &C
For Concerta, Erhibition4 and Cirennes
LARGE ADDITIONS OF NEW TYPE & MACHINED
HIVING! lISC.ZiTLT OLEX MU II TO TIII9 ZSTIIII.ISIIXI2fT,
fhe facilities for tornin r out Work with promptness and
despatch carinothe excelled by any other
office in the city.
i. 114.11VAY DAVIS. JOHN PHILLIPS.
[Finn of J. & H. Phillips.]
DAVIS & I"IIILLIPS,
(Successors to Phillip & Co.]
Brass Founders and Finishers,
PLUMBERS, GAS & STEAM FITTERS,
CHANDELIERS, PENDENTS A: BRACKETS,
STORE, NO. 67 WOOD STREET,
FUUNPRY A_NI , SHOP, No. 148 FIRST ST.
S. B. C. P. MARKLE,
Printing, Job and all Kinds of Wrapping
WAREHOUSE, NO. 21 WOOD STREET,
iihr-Ratga bought at market prices. myB
PHILLIPS & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
WitARF BOAT PROPRIETORS AND
SHIPPING AGENTS of Illinois Central Rail.
road. Mark Goods, in all owes, to our care_
JOS. FLEMI NG, successor to L. Wilcox
& Co, corner of Market street and the Diamond,
keeps constantly on hand a full assortment of DRUGS.
MEDICINES, MEDICLNE CHESTS, PERFUAIERY, and
ally articles Pertaining to the business.
AQP• Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded
at all hours. je9:y
WP.- MARSHALL & CO., Importers
• and Dealers in French and American PAPER
HANGINGS, No. 87 Wood street, Pittsburgh.
/as Sale agents fir the celebrated manufactures of
Messrs. Delicourt k Co., Paris. au7
REYMER & ANDERSON, (successors to
Joshua Rhodes & Co.. wholesale dealers in FOR
EIGN .FRUITS, NUTS, SPICES, CONFECTIONERY,
SUGARS. Sc., No. 69 Wood street, opposite the St.
Charles Rotel, Pittsburgh. sp2
DAL ELIR,CI3.4=I.I\TT TAILOR,
NO. 54 AT. CLAIR STREET,
(Dr. Irish's New Building,)
AFULTON, BELL AND BRASS
*FOUNDER, No. 70 SECOND &reel; Pittsburgh,
Pa.,lsprepared to furnish to order,
CHURCH, STEAMBOAT, FACTORY AND OTHER.
BELLS, OF ALL SIZES,
From 10 to 10,000 pottods.
CHIME BELLS - made to order. STOP AND GAUGE
COCKS of all sizes, for Steamboats. - . .
and every variety of Brass Castings finished in the
neatest manner. _
RABBITS !ANTI-ATTRITION METAL; FUL,
TON'S PATENT MERALLIC PACKING, for Steam
Engines. a .M:l3,
L . WILCOX,
APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST,
Cbrner of Smithfield and Fourth StreeL
Having resumed the Retail Drug Business at the
above well RElO.la stand, established by me in
1648, (lately known as J. Abel k Co.'sy and having
enlarged and improved the carnal shall endeavor, by
close personal attention and careful supervision of the
business, foment a continuance of the patronage here
tofore 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 rill hours.
/or Country Physicians furnished with
cines at lowest prices. L. WiLeOX,
not Corner Smithfield and Fourth streets.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Foreign and Domestic Hardware,
No 14 Wood Street, Pittsburgh.
The subscriber has received, in addition to his fall
stock of Hardware, and a very heavy stock of Meat and
Sausage Cutters and Stuftors, and a very large stock of
Sleigh Bells, looso and on strings, of ~a much superior
quality to that usually sold in the nIW -- et, all of which
will be sold on the lowest terms.
se 2 T SAMUEL FABSIESTOCK.
COUNTRY RESIDENCES FOR SALE.—
A valuable property of six acres, with a good dwel
ling house, orchard rind garden, three-fourths of a mile
from the city, $5,500. Also, 11 desirable property of 20
acres, at four miles front the city, with good brick dwel
ling house, 500 fruit trees, grapes and small fruits,so,ooo.
Also, au excellent property Cl 314iteres, good house 1000
fruit trees. Ac.; situate at 4 miles from the city, 52,500.
The above aro all in healthy and pleasant locations, and
immediate possession can be had.
S. CUTHBERT &
- e2t Real Estate Agents, 51 Market En.
TEAS.—A choice selection of Black and
Green Teas, in store and for sale Wholesale or Re
tail, at the Pagoda Tea Store, corner of the Diamond
and Diamond alley,
HAWORTH & BROWNLEE.
ACARONI.-25 boxes Italian ;
VERMICELLI-25 do do;
OLIVE OIL.-25 dozen genuine, in quarts;
'25 do do 7in pints;
5 do Lucca, in Florence
just received and for sale by
REYMER t ANDERSON,
apl6 39 Wood st, opposite St. Charles Hotel.
• N ALEAL.-3O bbls. Choice Sifted
Meal; 30 bbls. Choice - Unsifted Corn Meal just
received and for sale by JAMES A. FETZER,
4 , 9 corner ofMarket and First sta.
pyrratlMMlßEarrels for sale % atm
apl9 HZHRY H. 00
gatels and Stataurants.
Tstomes GE &HAM
Cor. Irwin street and Duquerna Way,
MARKER .& GRAHAM,
BY ELI YOUNG, 'FIFTH-STREET
HE ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS
and otheis is directed to this establishment, which
has been recently fitted up for the puriose of affording
a SUBSTANTIAL EATING HOUSE IN A CENTRAL
LOCATION. Country folks attending market are par
ticularly invited to call. Everything_pertaining to an
EATING SALOON will always be found, of the freshest
the market affords. ap2tedaw
[►J 1, ii ko, • : 011.0 Di
17.7170.4'70 mr.r, Pennsylvania ,
JOHN BIERER, Proprietor.
THIS COMMODIOUS AND POPULAR
HOTEL, after being refitted and furnished through
out, with elegant furniture. is now ready for the recep
tion of guests. The Railroad front Connellnville to
Uniontown will be finished early in July. tints idfording
a cheap and pleasant mode of traveling to persons wish
mg to escape the heat and smoke of Pittsburgh during
the heated term. Thin House is situated within a few
moments drive of the celebrated Fayette Springs, and
• the proprietor is determined to spare neither trouble or
expense in rendering those who visit him tomfortable.
Charges moderate. myla:tf
SEETON'S OLD STAND,
IN THE DIAMOND,
JOHN SAVAGE, Proprietor
Having 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 best the market affords. Oysters
wtll be served up in every variety of style, during the
season. His Wines, Liquors and Ales he fools confident
in recommendin gto the public for their excellence.
OYSTER AND EATING HOUSE,
NO. 111 W001:1 STREET, PITTSBURGH.
W110i19.41t AND 51551], OULTP..9
LAKE AND EASTERN FISH,
PHCHI PHILADELPHIA AM) BALTIMORE OYS
TERS AND WILD GAME,
All In their Proper Seamen.
no26] GEO. REINEMAN & CO.
MANSION HOUSE, GEO. AURENTZ,
Proprietor, No. 344 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 having, 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 accommodation to travelers and
teamsters. His Larder and Bar will ho furnished with
the best the market can afford.
CHARLES W. LEWIS, ALDERMAN,
AND EL-OPTICIO MVO& OP Till TEAM
OFFICE ON THE CORNER OF WYLIE AND
Isar All business connected with this ofnee will be at
tended to with promptness. Conveniences of nil kinds
done with legal aecaraey—such as Deeds, Mortgages,
Bonds, Power of Attorney, etc. Titlea to Real Betray
To the member of the Bm: ho tenders his services as
commissioner to take Depos..ions to be read in the
several Ceurtzrof this State. and tits stile
IA one of the main Police Stations o. the city, end (.1 a.
sequently his facilities in executing i.‘amess of Mat
kind are rery desirable. fel y
BAILEY & CO.,
BAILEY & KITCHEN,
Have removed to their new Fire•proot White Marta
Sl9 CHESTNUT STREET
North Side, Below the Girard Rouse
Where they are now opening a - stock of
Imported Jewelry, Plated Wares, and
To which they invite the lattelthno of the pubhc.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
JOHN THOMPSON & CO.,
House, Sign and Ornamental
PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS,
No. 135 Third Street,
DESILVER'S NEW SUPER IMPERIAL
SHEET MAP OF THE SEATeIF WAIL. embra
mug a full Map of Europa and complete map- of Sar
dinia and Lombardy, Austria and Italy; the whole em
bodied in ono super imperial sheet, elzo 30144 inches.
furnishing such reliable geographical information as
cannot boprocumd from any other source. The , sheet
also contains Statistics carefully - compiled from the la
test reliable authorities, givin_g the stren g th of the armies
and navies of the Powers of Ettrope, 'with brief Rey/alms
.f the Leaders and Generals of the opposing armies, in
the prrdent struggle. Also correct and handsome por
traits of Louis Napoleon TIT.. Emperor of France: Alex
ander IL Emperor of all the Russia,: Eranets,lo.eph
Emperor of Austria, and Victor Emanuel 11, King of
Sardinia. For sale by W. S. HAVEN.
corner Wood and Third, and
j r cr Market and Second streets.
JAS. MILLINI;A lt, MittNt*Na;AIIELA
PLANING MILL, would respectfully inform the
public that ho has rebuilt since the fire, and having en'
lark Ted Ms establishment, and tilled it with the newest
and Most aporoved machinery. is now prepared to fur
nish flooring and planed boards, aerowl sawing end rts
sawing, doors, sash and shutters, Into dried, frames,
mouldings, box-making, de.
South Pittsburgh, September 7. 1857. Bela
CARPENTER WORK.—Carpenter Work,
Repairing and Jobbing will be promptly attended
to at the lowest cash prices and the shortest possible
notice, by railing at the CENTRAL PLANING MILLS ,
Water street, between Federal and Beaver, Allegheny.
On hand and will tae made to order, Mouldings, Doors,
Shutters, Sash, Frames, Shelving. Flooring. etc., having
none but the best wood working machinery. We are
prepared to fill all orders from builders. contractors and
others. J. 4t H. T. PRICE,
JOSEPH B. UtOHES.
Central Planing Allll, Water street,
nnls Between Federal and Beaver, Allegheny. Pa
G . ROC ER I
150 hlrds hew Orleans Sugar
hbls Crushed do;
25 do Coffee do;
110111:1I J. ANOEII.3OIf.
25 do Emstwick's Sy-rup;
2.50 do choice New Orleans Molasses;
10 heroes prime Rice, for sale by
WM. H. SMITH & CO.,
ap_2s 1.18 Second. and 147 Front streets.
FOR RENT—A cottage house of three
rooms, largo yard and stable, two miles from the
city, en the Braddock 's Field Plank Road, $5 per month.
For Rent—A dwelling house of nine rooms, two acres
of ground, garden, fruit trees, etc, near Minenwille—
sl.o, a year.
For Reot—A large and comfortable house on Steven
son street, eleven rooms, gas and water—s2.lo.
For Rent—A large dwelling house, garden, shade
trees etc, carriage house and stable, on Bank Lane, Alle.
gheny City—V . loo.
For Rent—A warehouse on Water street.
For Rent—A mall store room on Third street.
Apply to S. CUTHBERT at SON,
ap2l 61, Market street.
too Frail Iraca Almonds, soft shell ;
10 bales Bordeaux "
25 " Sicily
60 bags English Walnuts;
100 " Filberts;
60 bbls. fresh Pecan Nuts;
60 bags Brazilian Cream Nuts;
1000 bush. Ground Nuts;
5000 Cocoa Nuts;
Just received and for sale by
REYNCER & ANDERSON,
No. 39 Wood street,
Opposite St. Charles Hetet
SUN DR 1
100 bus. Dried Apples
80 °Dried Apples--peed ;
75 " Dried Apples—unp. .1;
15 dozen Corn Brooms ;
60 boxes'No. 1 Starch:
100 bus. White Beans;
800 bundles Crown, edium an J Double Crown
Wrapping Paper, in store and for sale by
JAMES A. FETZER,
Corner Market and First streets
if 'I( )F FE:E.-206 sacks Rio, just landing and
NJ for Rale by WM. H. AMITH & CO.,
ap26 Second and Front streets.
HAW LS, DR ES'S GOODS, NEEDLE
Work, Mourning Goods, and Domestics, very low.
C. HANSON LOVE,
2 No. 74 Market street.
JOSEPH HORNE, No. 77 Market Street,
received another lot of the NEW MATINEE
SKIRT, and Douglass & Sherwood's superior SKELE
TON SKIRTS, with the adjustable hustle. Alto, white
and gra. Mechanic Corsets, in all sizes. fe2l
IRST OF THE SEASON.---100 boxes
Sweet Oranges, received this day—for sale by
REYMER a ANDERSON,
No. 39 Wood street
Opposite the Si.. Charles Rotel.
kept ha a first class Wholesale and Retail Grocery
and Wine and Liquor establishment, can be had on the
most reasonable terms, at
HAWORTH & HROWNLEvs,
in the Diamond
ARATOGA WATER.--A supply of Con
greys Water, also Empire Spring Rater, fresh from
Saratoga, just received and for side by
• L. WILCOX,
aps corner Smithfield and Fourth ate
200 dozen Lemon Syrup;
'11:1 do Raspberry Syrup;
lo do Strawberry Syrup;
lo do Pine Apple Syrup—for sale by
POTATOES. -135 bbls. to arrive, and fo
sale by (mr2B) HENRY H. COLLINS.
BROWN'S SHAKER VALERIAN. —2
j oss for sale by B. A. FATINk. OCR k CO.,
Corner of Wood and First streets.
SYRUP AND MOLASSES.—
bbls. New York Golden B'yrup ;
60 N. 0. Molasses in oak-barrels, to store
and - for We by ' HAWORTIek BROWNLEE,
Le=i in the Diamond.
" Hard "
CHARLES .W. WIistGARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
LOCS.TfIVVi, CuTroN Co., P=N'A..
Air Also practices in Lycomirz. Centre, Clearfield,
and Cambria counties. angla
Z. SIMPSON 0. II =MIT.
WE HAVE THIS l)A17 ASSOCIATED
together in the prachee of the Law, under the
firm of SIJIPSON RIPPEY.
Office, No. 94 FOLIRTII 5TRE17.71 . .
JAMES A. DUNLEVY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE--- , tio. 91 GRANT STREET
C A • Et, r)
• Has removral to the hon , .e lately rteetipied by
Dr. W. A. W A : R D
No. 274 Penn Street,
(South side,) Hurd door above Hand siroot.
414.-Othcrlhone. from I, A. M . till 6 P. rankly
JAMES S. KING,
AS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND DWELLING TO
No.loo Fifth Street,
CORNER OF CHERRY ALLEY,
Where his patrons and friends are invited to call.
JAMES A . LOWItIE. Attorney at Law
Office, Fourth street, Pitt,burgh, between Smith
field and Cherry Alley. dethly
AIIL, Surceon Dentist, successor to
.6. W. Biddle, N 0.141 Smithfield street.
411.- Office hours from eight to 1 o'clock, and from 2
to 6 "'dock. re15:19
Mines and Signors.
Will. CLAYTON &
wool ra„. .'en RETAIL
Ny. 37 !WI:0:4D ALLEY,
NEAR WOOD STREET,
PI TT.S'I3 PA.
air Ahray. on hand. Blaeltherry. Cherry and Cognac
Brand..., 61.1 Monongahela and Rocutied W hooky, of
the very 1,,t quality.
E. P. 311DDLETON BRO.
WINES, BRANDIES, &c.
ALSO DEALERS IN
Fine Ohl Whiskies,
NO. 5 NORTH FRONT STREET,
JOHN BOYAR & CO.,
WHOLLIAL2 MAIMS IN
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND RECTIFYING DISTILLERS,
No. 155 Ltber . ty Street, Plttoburgh, Ps.
Alwaya an hand. Wine•, Brandre,flina, Mononvnhela
and E...ctified Bla,kberry, lV[ld Cherry.
°barn) and cgars.
1111-TCFACTCREII AND I.LLIJER IN ALI CMS
TOBACCO, SNI'FF AND SEGABS,
itp.ll:2y 1'21) 001 , STREFT.
Rand Dente, IT
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
Virginia Chewing Tobacco,
rndor the SL Cl,:u;e4
Dell ri - rrsulTßG H. PA
IMPORTANT N °Tic E
TN CONSEQCENCE OF DECLINING
-a- health, the sul. , cril , f, al-mt rottrmg from bust
.' ,•‘, nod oiler , fir s,le, at VERY LOW RkTES, his
entire stock of
lio nl.o offer, for rent hi, Cabinet and Chair Factory,
in wh”la or in pArt.and Ow Hoorn. now n,elipied by him
in The ^ Ui•pau•h Filth atrent—poanesainn
vir.•n on the first of July
P0r ,,, m,” want ,•f 11.1 tin* a rare
ittiettiruly putelitltte, 16, prl ~ being put down
From 10 to 25 per Cent.
11. U. RYAN,
snk. 67 and 69 FIFTH STREET.
JAMES W. WOODWELL
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
EMBRACING every style of Furniture,
Rosewood, Mahogany. Rolla Walnut, suitable for
Parlors, Chandsws and Dining Rooms, equal to any
in Now York and Philadelphia, and at
Evert' article made by hand, and Warranted.
AR- I.iabinet Makers supplied with any quantity of
Furniture and Chairs, on reasonable terms. Hotels
and steamboats furnished at the shortest notice. Ware
rooms, Nos. 77 and 7%1 Third street. Pittsburgh, Pa. ,
UMMrWk I iT:TWM'
EASTERN REPOSITORY. t.
HAS JUST RECEIVED AT HIS RE
POSITORY, situated near the Teo Mile Run, be
tween Pittsburgh and Lawrenceville, a splendid and gene.
rat assortment of Carriages, Buggies, Sulkies, etc. His
arrangements are such that he is constantly receiving
new and second hand vehicles, and the public may rely
on always finding a good stock en hand. He also man.
ufactures to order on short notice,
and all pertaining to the business. With eighteen years
practical experience in the business, and htswell known
tacilitwe, he flatters himself that he offers great induce
ments to purchasers.
.03p- The establishment is located on the route of the
Excelsior Omnibus Lino of Coaches, passing the door
every fifteen minutes. nelOidaw
JOHN S. SHAFFER'S
Carriage and Harness Repository
NOS. 7 AND 9,
COR. DIAMOND ALLEY AND DECATUR STREET,
BETWEEN TIM DIAMOND AND LIBERTY ST
Carriages stored, sold and bought on commission.
Repairing done promptly. Purchasers fzem the country
will find a large assortment of
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND HARNESS,
Which will please them, both nit to quality:and price.
C. AVEST & CO.,
CARRI A G E S,
ROCKAWAYS, BUGGIES, SULKIES AND SLEIGHS,
No. 197 Penn Street, iNflaburgA, Pa.
Kir All work warranted to be of tho best materials
and workmanship. myl2:lydis
THE LAST FAST
THE CLIMAX GRAIN FAN.
TH E SU BSCRI BEMS HAVING BOUGHT
the right to manuforture, in Allegheny and Arm
strong counties, the Chmar Grain and Seed Fin, the
factory will be found at MUNN St BARTON'S, corner of
Boyd street and Fourth street road. Farmers will find
it to their advantage to call and coo them. They take
the premium everywhere that they have been shown.
They axe neat, Cheap and the fastest ever known.
DOT CLAY FOR GLASS MANUFAC
TIIRERS.—The attention of gin., maufacturers is
requested to our Pat Clay, which is a superior article,
and can be sold at about one-half the price of German
Clay. Orders for any amount will be promptly attended
to by CHADWICK & SON,
an. 95 N 0.114 and' liewood at, Potaburgh.
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK )
NO. 05 FOURTH STREET,
CHARTERED IN 1855.
OPEN DAILY, from 9 to 2 o'clock ; also
on Wednesday and Saturday evenings, from May
Ist to November Ist, from to 9 o'clock : and from No
vember Ist to May Ist. from 8 to 3 o'clock.
Deposits received of all sums not less than Oxic
Doti.sa, and a dividend of the profits declared twice a
year, in June and December. Interest has been de
clared semi-annually, in June and December, since the
Bank was organised, at the rate of six per rent. a year.
Interest, if not drawn out, is placed to the credit of
the depositor as principal, and bears the same interest
from the first days of Juno and December, compound
-Mg twice a year without troubling the depositor to call or
even to present his pass book. At this rate, money will
double in less than twelve years. making, in the aggro
gate 130111 AND OXII-ILUS Poll CUM. A visa.
Books containing the Charter, By-Laws, Rules and
Regulations, furnished gratis, on uppheation at the
James D. Kelley,
Isaac M. Pennock,
John 0. Backnfen, P. A. Madeira,
John 13. Canfield, John H. Mellor,
J. Gardiner Coffin," James It D. Heeds,
Alonzo A. Carrier, James M'Auley,
David Campbell, Walter P. Marshall,
John S.Cosigrave, Wilson Miller,
Charles A. Colton, Henry L. Itingwalt,
William Douglas, John M. Sawyer,
Francis Felix, George S. Seidel",
Benj. L. Fahnestack, John D. Scully,
James W. Hallman, Alexander Tindle,
William S. Haven, Theobald Uttbstrietter,
Charles %nap, Isaac Whittier.
SICIIZT/lIT awn TIITAIWILICR.
CHARLES A. COLTON.
WM. H. WILLIAMS & co.,
Bankers and Exchange Brokers
Wood Street, corner of Third,
DUNCAN, SD:ERMAN & CO.,
Corner of Pine and Nassau Ste., New York,
ssuo Letters of Credit and Circular Notes for travelers,
callable in all the cities of the Cited States, Canada.
he West India Islands, etc., blinder to those in such
, xteusive use in Europe. nirlei3m
.cart( LOOll2l 'DOS. D. LOOKIA.
AUSTIN . LOOMIS & CO., Dealers in
Promissory Notes, Bonds, 'Mortgages, and all Se
eurgies for money.
Money loaned on Checks at short dates, with collateral
NOTES AND DRAFTS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Persons desiring Loans ioin be arcednmodated on
reasonable terms, and capitalists can be furnished with
good securities at remunerative prices.
Also, attend to the Side, Renting and [.easing of Real
(Mice, No. 172 FOURTH STREET, above Wood.
mlaly AUSTIN LOOMIS, Notary Public.
NT HOLMES & SONS, Bankers and Ex
-1.11 change Brokers, and Dealers in Notes. Drafts,
Acceptances. Gold, Silver and Bank Notes. Exchange
on the }}astern and Western Cities constantly for sale.
Collections made in all the cities throughout the
United Statca Deposits received in par funds or cur
rent paper, No. G 7 Market street between Third and
Fourth etreete. Lloatly
WM. 11. SNIITII
MILLER & RICRETSON,
NOS IZZI AND 7:.".1. CORNER OF LIBERTY Ara)
SWEARER'S CITY GLASS.
ron, Nails, Cotton Yarns, Jx., A:c., Con
stantly on Hand. [mr2
[41CCCE3307.3 TO WWI • le COlf DIX., , - j
AND PITTSBURGH MANUFACTURESGENERALLY
Etc.., Etc , Etc.
Aonrarding and commission
WILLIAM 11. YEATON,
The Terms for Board, including a thorough English
Scientific course, are $lOO per annum,
The Clluisnes and Modern Languages form an extra
charge of $lO per annum.
Witthing and use of Bedding $lO.
For fur th er particulars apply to the superior of the
NO. 216 SOUTH FRONT STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
AIW . Agent rot Heiiisick A Co.', Champagne; rinteh
Company Amsterdam Gin; Ilavono soil G.irman So
gar"; Wines, Brandies, etei, in Custom and in
1859. Second Arrival
FOURTH STREET CARPET STORE
WD. & H. MeCALLUM RESPECT
. FULLY announce that they are receiving a
second supply of CARPETING, selected directly from
the Importers and Manufactnrera, by ono of the firm.
now in thu East, to which they invite the attention of
purchasers. Also, a new style of CANTON MATTING,
for Summer Parlors. The latest make of CARPET
SWEEPERS, etc., etc., which shall ho offered at the
lowest rates. [kg] W. D. & It. :ffeCALLUM.
N OTICE TO GENTS.—Wo have on hand
And STRAP SHOES, which wo aro Bolling low, nt
$l2O0 -FOR SAL E.—A dwelling
house of hall, tiro rooms and cellar, on
Ann street, Allegheny, with lot of ground 20 foot front
by 110 deep to Robinson street. Also, a cottage, house
on Robinson street. Price for all, $l2OO. Terms easy.
1e25 S. CUTHBERT A ON, 01 Market st.
TEAS OF EXTRA FINE QUALITY
The best assortment in the city will always be found a
THE PEKIN TEA STORE,
No. 38 Afth Street, Near Wood.
5(1 GR. AYER'S WORM CONFECTION,
N. , for sale by
BART - WELL & SREPRARD, Drugglatd,
fen Corner Wood and Sixth etreela
WINNER'S COLLECTION OF MUSIC
FOR THE VIOLIN, consisting of
,POLEAS, VITAITYXS, Mascots, HEEXPIPIS, REELS Jios, FANCY
'lissom, and other popular airs, arranged in an easy man
ner for the violin, by S. Winner. Price 50 cents. Copies
mailed on receipt of price. For sale by.
je2s JOHN H. MELLOR, Al Wood street.
EAL JAPAN BLACKING.—Phis ines
timable composition, with half the usual labor, pro
urea a most brilFiant jet black, affords nourishment to
the leather, and is free front Any Unpleasant smell. For
sale wholesale or retail, by
JOS. FL F:MING,
je3o corner Diamond and Market sireet.
BR 0W N ' S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA
GINGER—An excellent family medicine.for sale
wholesale and retail, by JOS. FLEMING
Jean corner Market st. and Diamond.
HERRING -10 bbls. Eastport, new;
10 do Alewives', do
For sale by Wm. H. SMITH & CO.,
leak 118 Second, and 147 Front street,n,
GEORGE A BRE&
John FI. Shoenberger,
A. ➢l. Pollock, M. U,
William S. Lamely,
William J. Andoreon.
Nos. 18 and 20 Wood Stroetj
.JOS. R. MINTER.
WM. H. SMITH & CO.,
118 SECOND AND 147 FIRST STREETS,
.C. W. Ittrirron, Pitteburgh
BRANDIES, WINES AND SEGAREI,
AND SOLE AGENTS FOR
M'CANDLESS, MEANS & C 0.,;
IRON, NAILS, GLASS, COTTON YARN'S,
(Ammer of Wood am! Wafer Sirrtis,
FOR TELE SALE OF
PIG METAL AND BLOOMS,
NO. 74 WATER STREET, BELOW MARKET,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
A LARGE STOCK OF
dent'■ Patent Leather and French Calf
31 FIFTH STREET
W. E. SCHMERTZ & CO
SELLING .VERY LOW
OUN DRY IRON-50 tons Lake Superior
Foundry iron, to arrive HENRY fole by
IT INDOW CURTAINS—At Wholesale
and Retail s for sale by
rarlo W. P. MARSHALL & CO.
Mutual Insurance Company,
LOCK RAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY
CHAIITERED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF BEIM
Cash ..... -Ml,OOO I Premium Not 1132,343
THIS COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
Buildings, Merchandize, Furniture, he., in town or
DIRECTORS :—Hon. J. J. Pearce, J. B. Hail, T. T. Abrams,
lion. G. C. HarTot', Chas. Crist, D. K. Jackman, Chas. A.
Mayer, Peter Dickson. W. White, Thomas Kitchen.
HON. G. C. HARVEY, President.
T. T. AILILLYS, Vice President.
Tiros. Ktrcaut, Secretary.
J. A. LIPPERT, Agent,
de22 No. 65 Fifth street.
JAMES A. HUTCHISON, President.
HENRY M. ATWOOD, Secretary.
OFFICE, No. 98 Water Street
WILL INSURE AGAINST ALL KINDS OF FIRE
AND MARINE RISES
ASSETS—MAY Ohm, 1859.
Stock, Duo Bills, payable on demand, and se
cured by two approved names-- 0115400 00
Bills Receivable 30,645 29
Bills Discounted - 800 00
15 shares Mechanics' Bank Stock, cost 0,165 00
00 Citizens' Bank ‘• ...... 5,175 00
40 " Exchange Bank
60 " Bank of Pittsburgh " "
Balance of Book Accounts
HENRY M. ATWOOD, Secretary.
James A. Hutchison, George A. Berry,
Wm. B. Holmes, Robert Dalzell,
William Rea, Joseph Kirkpatrick,
Wilson Mile John WI/whit,
my 24 Wm. A. Caldwell,
Indemnity Against Loss by Piro.
THE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. Office, No. 435
and 437 CHESTNUT STREET, near Fifth.
ST/TSYINT 07 ASSETS, JAECEIRE lat., 1859.
Published Agreeably to An Act of Assembly, being:
First Mortgages, amply secured 91,731,669 89
Real Estate, (present value $103,313 61,) cost. 7 7,7 64 n
Temporary Loans on ample Collateral Sects 88,530 09
Stocks, (present value (950,667 7:4) cost. 71.547)
n and Bills Reeeival:ilo_
The only profits from premiums which this company
can divide by law, are from risks which have been de
Insurances made on every description of Property, in
Town and Country, at rates as low so are consistent with
Since their .neorporation, a period of thirty years,
they have paid Losses by Fire, to an amount exceeding
Four Millions of Dollars, thereby affording evidence of
the advantages of Insurance, as well as the ability and
disposition to meet with promptness all liabilities.
Losses paid during the year 1858, $108,805 57.
Charles W. Baneker, Mordecai D. Lewis,
Tobias Wagner, David It. Brown,
Samuel Grunt, Isaac Lea,
Jacob R. Smith,- Edward C. Dale,
George W. Richards, - George_ Pelee,
CHAS. N. RANCHR, President.
EI)WARDC DALk; Vice President.
WSI. A. STEEL, Secretary pro tem.
J. GAIII - JNER COFFIN, Agent,
Northeast corner Third and Wood streets.
p v.:4 as OMIi:LVMDI
Reliance Mutual Insurance Co
On Buildings, Limited or Perpetual, lierchan
dize, Furniture, &c., in town or country.
OFFICE IVO. 303 WALNUT STREET.
Invested as follows. viz:—
First Mortgage on Improved City Property,
worth double the amount ............ 00
Pennsylvania Railroad Co.'s 6 Vlcent Mort gage
Loans, 220.000, c05t............_......... 27,900 00
Allegheny County 6 V cent. Pennsylvania
City of Philadelphia,6 ? et. Penn'a R.R Loan.
Pennsylvania Railroad Company Stock
Stock of the Reliance Mutual Insurance C 0...
Stock of County Fire Insurance Co
Stock of Delaware M.S. Insurance Company.
Union M. Insurance Co', Scrip
Bills Receivable, business paper_..... .
Rook Accounts, accrued intercq, etc
Cash on hand and in Rank..
CLEM TINGLEY, PresidetiL •
Willt.n R. 'Thompson,
John R. Worrel,
H. L. Carson,
-- . ... .
Frederick Lennig Jacob T. Bunting,
Charles S. Wood, Smith Bowen,
James S. Woodward. John Bissell, Pitts.
B. M. HINCHMAN. Secretary
J. GARDNER COFFIN, Agent,
m 316 Northeast corner Third and Wood streets
ed u mti oral
ST. FRANCIS' COLLEGE,
nder the Care of the Franciscan Brother
LORETI'O, CAMBRIA COUNTY, PA.,
THIS INSTITUTION, naturally situated
for Educational Purposes, affords all the induce
merit, that can he desired for a Catholic Institution. It
in located in the most healthy and Picturesque portion
of the Alleghenies, distant four miles from Cres.son
Station, on the direct mail route between Philadelphia
end Pittsburgh. The scholastic year commences the
first of September, and will close on the lot day of July
References can be made to the Rt. Rev. Dr. O'Connor.
VINC col.LEtiE AND SEMINA
RY. under the core of the Benedictine Fathers,
near LATROBE., NV ESTI,IORELAND COUNTY. Pa.
Inthe College are taught the usual branches of En
In the Seminary, the Classics, Mathematics, History,
Rhetorics, Philosophy, etc., and the different branches
of higher erudition necessary or useful to those aspiring
to the Priesthood.
'rho terms for board and Tuition aro $BO per year, to
be paid semi-annually, strictly in advance.
uerman and French, and other languages, Drawin g
Painting, Music, form no extracharges, excepting some
recompensation for the use of instruments.
Medicine, Washing, Books, Stationery, he, form extra
For particulars apply to the Directors of the College.
The Collegiate year begins on the Ist of September,
and ends on the 3d of July folrowing.
FATTIER G. B. LUMM,
jyl3 Director of the College.
ots !L t.
B B m i u i
. 110 U S
$2,500 for 44 acres of choice land, and dwelling house,
at 4 miles from the city.
$3,930 for 115 acres of land, at sixteen miles from the
cir • '
it'y; with good improvements.
$O.OOO for 2 . 0 Beres of land, at four miles from the city;
good dwelling house, barn, stable. de--orehaact of from
400 to 500 trees, all under good fence—eorti of good qual
o tt t r e l r i 2 l , ,, , T r e e a f r o e , :w a t l ) e rt $4,500.
These propertle r and manyS. CUTHBERT St5N,
if° Real Estate Agents, 51 Market street.
BANDIES FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES
—Warranted of the best quality. Also, a complete
assortment of Wines, Whiskeys and Gins, of superior
quality, kept constantly on hand at
jols Corner Diamond and 'Market street.
FANS.--2,500 Palm Leaf Fans,
11 old by the case or single. Silk, Linen and Paper
Fans, at low prices at EATON, CREE k CO'S.,
jy4 Fifth and Market ate.
VA LUABLE INFORMATION TO
• BUlLDERS.—Mouldings, Window Frames,Panel
Doers, Shutters, Sash, Mantels, kc.; in fact, every kind
of woodwork used building , all muds or good mate
rials by the best of workmen and uprivallefil inachmery.
Brackets of every pattern furnished and scroll cawing
done, J. d H. T. tRIC.
Water street, bilween federal and Beaver,
QAUNDER'S VIOLIN SCHOOL-4 new
13 and Scientific Self-Instructing School for the violin,
on nu entirely new method; intended for beginners,
amateurs and teachers. This work is particularly in
tended to give the scholar a short, thorough and scion.
title method of playing the violin in all its ranches, in
less than pno half the time than is required from any
other work ever publjohe9) or introduced in this coun
try—by George Saunders. Price 60 con a. For sale by
No. 81 Wood street.
Copies mailed on receipt of the price. my2d
pt - AtE STILL CATAWBA WINE.—I
Imre on hand a large supply of pure Still Catawba
Wine for medicinal purposes. Those wishing anything
In this lino should call and examine my elkfaC before
purchasing elsewhere• .30.9. FLFmING,
mar ecroer Diamond ■od Market arrest
CHEESE. boxes extra prime cutting
Cheese for sale by
HENRY H. COLLINS
AKE FISH.-200 packases for sale by
1.4 H 6 HENRY H. COLLINS.
<iTHITE BEANS-50 bushels for sale by
jeW WM. H. SMITH &
SHLTP-28 bbLs. prime Syrup for sale by
AVM. H. S3II.TH It CO,
e I Second and Front sts.
SUPERIOR RECORD CAP.—For sale by
J. R. WELPIN,
ie2o G Wood etrgnt near Fourth.
' —5O boxes clioice Goshen • Crieeie
just received and for sale at
HAWORTIL 4 131tOWNLEE'S ,
a ; corner of the Diamond and DiaMaud alley
bbls. No. 2 Rosin, on hand
and for Aale by B. C. k. J. H. SAWYER.
ARNOLD'S FLUlD—Warranted genuine,
for sale by • J. R. WELDIN,
aO4 63 Wood street, near Forth,
10011—On all the Banks, for sale
J. R. WELDIN,
113 Wriod street, near Fourth. •
PRIVATE DISEASES.—DR. - BROWN'S
MEDICAL and SURGICALpfIIce, No. 50 SMlTH
field street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Dr. BRAWN is an old citizen of Pittsburgh, and him
been in Practice for the last nemtkfire years. Ris busi
ness has been confined mostly to Private and Surgical
CITIZENS AND STRANGERS
in need of a medical friend, should not fail to find out
the sure place of relief. The Doctor is a regular grndu.
ate, and his experience in the treatment of a certain class
of diseases is a sure guarantee to the sufferers of obtain
ing permanent relie4 by the use of his remedies and
following his advice.
DR. BROWN'S REMEDIES
never fail to cure the worst form of Venereal Diseases,
Impurities and Scrofulous Affections. Also, all diseases
arising , nom a hereditary taint, which manifests itself
in the form of a Letter, psoriasis, and sweat many forma
of skin diseases., the origin of which the patient is en
tirely ignorant To persons so afflicted, Dr.. Brown offers
hopes of a sure and speedy recovery,_
Dr. Prown's remedies for this alarming trouble
brough ton often by that solitary habit of sensual grati
fication, which the young and weakminded often give
way to, (to their own destruction,) are the only reliable
remedies known in this country—they are safe, and
make a speedy restoration of health.
Dr. Brown's remedies never fail to cure this painfd
disease in aloe days—he will warrant a cure. He also
treats Piles, Gleet. Gonnorrhcea, Stricture, Urethal Dis•
charges, Female \Veakness, Monthly Suppressions, Pigh•
eases of the Joints, Fistula in Ano, Nervous Affections,
Pains in the Back and Kidneys,
_lrritation of the Blad
der, together with all diseases of an impure origin.
A letter describing the symptoms, containing a / 1,
directed to DR. BROWN, No. 60 Smithfield street, Pitih.
burgh, Pa., will be immediately answered. Medicine
sent to any address, safely packed and secure from oh.
Office and Private Rooms, No. SO Smithfield stree
Pittsburgh, Pa. 3y27
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 tha
This most valuable Medicine is prepared from a r
ceipt of an eminent Parisian Physician, and is constants
used in Europe with never failing success. It wi
thoroughly remove all
And will restore the Sufferer and the impotent to a state
of perfect manly vigor. It will thoroughly eradicate the
effects of either
MERCURY or DISEASE,
From which so many thousands are continually suffer
in without knowing a remedy.
The cost of cure is trifling. One bottle will last on
month, and is suitable for either sex. Sent free by ma
to all parts of the United States.
Price, $1 per Bottle.
D. H. ANDERSON,
SBl Broadway, N. Y.
N. B.—A Circular containing full particulars and direc
ions will be rent with each bottle, and free to any ad
dress, on application.
LOCAL AGENTS WA.titan
PROPOSALS FOR ARMY TRANSPOR
TATION.—Yroposais will be received at the Quar
termaster General's Office until 12, .11., on the Ist day of
October next, for the transportation of military supplies
during the pear 1860 and 1561, on the following routes:
L From Forts Leavenworth and Riley in the Terri
tory of Kansa-a, from Fort Laramie in the Territory of
Nebraska, or from any point on t ie west bank of the
Missouri river north of Fort Leavenworth and south of
latitude 42 deg. north at which a depot may be establish
ed, to the posts which are now or may be established in
the 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. weal.'
2. From Forts Leavenworth and Riley in the Territo
ry of Kansas, and from the town of Kansas in the State
of Missouri, to Fort Union in the Territory of New 31ex
ico, or to any other depot that may be designated in that
3. From Fort Union, or such other depot asmay be des
ignated 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
The weight to be transported each year will not be less
on either of the routes than one hundred thousand
pounds, nor more on route 1 than ten millions of pounds,
and on routes 2 and 3 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
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, 1560; and as transportation may be
demanded at any time for the whole weight to be trans
norted 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
amie, and Fort Union, or other depot in New Mexico, at
which they may be communicated with promptly and
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 wilt enter an obligatinn for its faithful performance.
Proposals will be endorsed as follows : Proposals for
Army Transrtation, 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 bids
that may be made.
Quart:nonusers Gictrrou:s OFFICE,
Washington, June 2, 1859.
ASSETS, $276,478 43
Beotanins W ,
Public Sale of Orizaba Iron Works, Sophia
BY virtue of authority, vested in us as
as trustees for certain creditors of Pollard M'Cor
mick, and in pursuance of icilecree of the District Court
of Allegheny county, in the Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania, in No. 3 of November term, DM, we will expose
to public sale, at the Merchants' Exchange, on Fourth
street, in the city of Pittsburgh, on the 13th day of Sep
'tember, 1839, commencing at I_l o'clock, A.M., or at such
time and place to which said sale may be then there ad
journed, all the following described property, to wit
The lands and tenements composing and appurtenant
to Orizaba Doti Works and Sophia Furnace, situate in
Pollock township. adjoining and adjacent to the borough
of New Castle, in Lawrence county, Pennsylvania. bound
'ed and described as follows:
. . .
A piece of land bounded, north by Neshannock creek;
east by the Pennsylvania Canal; south by other land of
said trust, and westly Nes hemlock creek, con taini g ono
acre more or less, on which are erected a blast furnace,
known by . the name of Sophia, 40 feet square and 45 feet
high, casting house, toyer house, cinder house, stock
house, boiler house, engine house, engine and blast;
with three boilers in boiler house, and fire extra boilers
set and complete, and large brick stack.
Apiece of land. beginning at north-east corner of Rol
lingdtill on Neshannoek creek,running thence north
Rest 192 feet, north 47y° east 151 feet; thence along
said mill lot 24834: feet to the place of beginning: on
which is a brick ace and a blaCksmith shop.
A pieoo of land of one acre and 84 pcplies, more or
less, beginning at A post peer Lock N 0..., on Perillallra
nia Canal, running south west 300 feet to e port on
said canal; thence south east 34814 feet to a poet on
Neshannock creek; thence south 40 - west 300 feet by
said creek to a post; thence south2o%" east 2191.4 feet to
the place of beginning; on which is erected altolling
Mill, the main building 15011'212 feet, with sheds attach
ed, in which are 16 boding furnaces. 6 heating furnaces;
boilers and engine, sufficient to drive all the machinery
in said mill; bar rolls, small rolls. nail plate and muck
rolls, squeezers, shears, &c, 25 nail machines, and one
wrought spike machine, and a brick warehouse, CO by:
A piece of land, beginning on the canal at south-west
corner of mill lot, and running southt west 136 feet
along said musk thence south fiXiqc east 30 feet by land
of J. & J. C. White; thence south 2° east 181 feet by
street, thence west 24 feet to a post; thence south 2° east
150 feet by an alley; thence 18 feet by J. &. J. C. White,
to mialou thence along said lot to the place of begin
ning; containing one-half acre, more or less, on which is
a nail find chive factory 40 by 112 feet, engine and boiler
bongo, with engine sufficient to drive machinery for 24
nail machines, ode spike machine, one stave machine,
circular saws, &c., therein containcq; one play house, 58
y 34 feet, with machinery for grinding . and tempering
cla to make flre brick. and a brickry hou.se 78 by
34. km., partly .d
on said lot and partly on l in an g d
of 4. & J. C.
A lot of groymi, No. 8, in White's addition to New Cas
tle, bounded on the north and east by et eta; south by
lot No. 7, and west by Jetleon street. 53 feet front by
150 feet; on which is a brick cooper-shop, 24 by 40 feet,
and carpenter shop 12 feet square.
A piece of land in Neshannock township, lying south
of Eastbsnok rend, containing &Nacres, more orless, be
mg part of the fliMpsOrt tract, P4rchased by P. 2s'Cor
-1 mick from Diana llimpson, situate about 116 miles from
New Castle, on the Eaatbrook road.
A lot of ground, bounded north by other land of said
trust east by A. L. and G. W. Crawford; south by White's
heirs, and west by Jefferson street, on which is erected
a brick dwelling house.
The above described property will be sold together, as
a whole. .
Also, in separate parcels, as described:
The undivided half of 400 acres of land, more or less,
in Neshannock township. bounded north by Crawford;
ens by 'Pearson, pyle and others; south by Thomas Falls,
and wbstby .sfaitland and Crawford;aboundin.eNVlth coal:
about 250 acres cleared; coal banks opened's &unbar of
frame houses, barns, sheds; stables, doke opens, Ac e
Apiece of laud Neshannock township, bounded by
lands of William 'Alexander, James Boyle and John
11pKee„ containing 39 acres and MO perches, on which is
erected a pltual house, ato house, a frame s table; abotit
acres Preare ; alsoa good spring of water.
Four contiguous lots Of groubdPollock township,
bounded on the north byCunninghamg and others; mann
by White; east by Vegan and others, and west by —,
on which are erected dwellinghouses, stables, . 4 c.
A piece of land in the 'borough of New Castle,
beginning at the north-west corner of school house, on
east aide of Jefferson street, near the bridge, over Ne
shannock creek; thence north 83° east 130 feet, to said
creekt thence north37Wwest43foek thence south 6334 0
west 281 feet, to leffersOnsttue4Psopco emit!) 1° cast 125
feet to the place of beginning, ociattuning olle acre, more
A lot of ground, 00 fee; front by 160 in n
depth, in the
borough of New Castle, bounded north by street; east by
alley; south by Jacob Lint, and west by Jefferson strhet,
On *high is steeled a frame stable. •
A Icit OF ground in •Polleck township, in 'White's addi
tion to New castle, Pf'eln;l44g g o oo 24 i n A rea , a) , the cor
ner of lot No, ' thence south - east by said street 50
fee thence south VP 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
A ae fram e of
guse and i o nnlng lot In Pollock township, bounded
nor th by Neshannock creek; east by Jefferson etreek
west by east by
A lot of ground in said township, bounded north by
W a llace; east by by an alley; south by Dickson, and west
by Croton road; being 50 feet in front by 150 feet in depth.
Also, a trsctof 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 4.l'Curreicit 30 said trustees, dated 23i1 August,
Amore full and accurate description of the property
to - be soldwill 130 fuirdebed frdfri the deeds:at - the time
of sale, or previously; on application to the trustees.
TE4l43:—Onts-ttprd of - the purchase money to be
mici in (mgt . ou the etekuoWledgment of the deed; one
third in sir months, and one-third in twelve months
from the time of sale, with interest front that tune; 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 Dd... PEN - NOCK,
WILLIAM K. NIMICK,
- CHABL.IaI KNAP
July 29,1859-o With .H. BRADY Wrignaa. -
To Young Men.
ELIXIR DE VIE.
IMPEDIME TS TO MARRIAGE,
PITTSBURGH, FT. WAYNE AND
CHICAGO RAILROAD, _
Completed from Pittsburgh to Chicago
WOODRUFF'S SLEEPING CARS ATTACHED TO ALL
THE NIGHT TRAINS
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF C. 41281
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15th, 11159
Trains will leave the Station, corner of Liberty and
Grant streets, Pittsburgh, as follows:
Leave Pittsburgh. Crestline. Fort Wayne
Express._ 12115 A. X. 0:56 1. Y. 1:01 P. Y.
Express.— .12:50 P. x. 8:45 P. WO A. N . ,
ARRIVE AT CHlCAGO—Express, 1147 P. Y4ExPru. ,
8:17 A. x.
ARRIVE AT PITTSBURGH—MaiI, 825 r.x.; Express
2:30 P. IL; Express, 2:22. A. a.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS, from. Federal street,
Allegheny, for New Brighton, 9:20 a. a., and fa) P. a.
From " " 6.115 1210 6 . -
Through trains connect as follows :
At Alliance, with truing on the Cleveland and Pittsburgh
At Orrville, Ohio, to and from Millersburg, Akron, Cny .
At Mansfield, Ohio, for Mount Vernon, Shelby, San
dusky Toledo, Detroit, etc.
At Creations, for Delaware, Springfield, Columbus, Cin
cinnati, Xenia, Dayton, Indianapolis, St. Louis,-Louts.
ville, etc. -.--
At Forest, for Springfield, lE3andnsk7, Dayton, _Dinaln
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 Illinois.
lowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
For further information and throrgh tickets apply
J. STEWART. Ticket Agent,
Passenger Station, Pittsburgh.
H. C. STEV.MNSON, Ticket Agent,
Passenger Station, Allegheny
Through Tickets fot sale at the Ticket Office of the
Company on. the line. of the road, to all parts of the.
United States. J. J. HOUSTON,
jell General Paqsenger. Agent, Pittsburgh.
1859 SUMMER ARRANGED:IE3T. 1869
on and After Dlonday, Aprll 11th.
Pennsylvania Central - -Itailroad. , '
NINE DAILY TRAINS.
THE THROUGH MAIL TRAIN leaves the Passenger.
Station every morning, (except Sundays,) at ttso s. a.,
stopping only at principal stations between Pittsburgh,
Johnstown, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and at all regular
stations between Johnstown and Harrtsburg,connecting
at Harrisburg at 1 P. a., with train for Baltimore direct,
arriving in Philadelphia at 5:00 P. . .
THE FASTLINE leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at
Cal P. a., stopping only at principal stations, 'visaing
direct connections at H: arrisburg for Baltimore, and
arriving in Philadelphia or Baltimore at 'Jac e.
TILE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the station every
evening at 8:50P. a. stopping only at Greensburg, La
trobe, Johnstown, Wiknore, tiallitzin, Altoona, 80. con
necting at Harrisburg with the train direct for BaltiCore t .
and arriving in Philadelphia at 10:00 A. a.
THE JOILNSTOWN 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 s. a, MA arriving at. Johnstown MO e.
Conernaugh, 1:20 F. a.
THE ZOHNSTOWN• ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
leaves daily, (except Sundays.) at 250 P. „a, stopping.at
all stations, and running a, tar as Conernangli.
FIRST ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for '1 Lrtie Creek
Bridge leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 10,5.: A. , u.
SECOND ACCOMMODATION TRAIN Lr Turtle
Creek leaves daily, (except Sunday.) at 4:30 P. a.
THIRD ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle. Creek
leaves daily, (except Sunday.) at d:2O P. a.
RETURNING TRAINS arrive in Patsburg.i as fol
lows :—Express, 1245 P. ; Mail, 11:50 P. a; . Fast Line,
12.20 s. a; Johnstown Accommodation, ILUO A. a; That
Turtle Creek Accommodation, 050 a. Second. Ac
commodation, I=o P. ; Third .Accommodation, 015
Trains for Blairsville and Indiana connect at Blain=
trOle Intersection with Johnstown Way Passenger Train
East and West, Express Train West, and the Johnstown
Accommodation Train East and West.
PITTSBURGH AND CONNELLSVILLE? TRAiN
stopping at all stations on th..) Pittsburgh and Cormells
ville Road, leave daily, (Sunday excepted) as follows:
Mail Train, 7:00 a. a; Express Train, 2:50 v. a. Return.
ing trains from Pittsburgh and Connellsville Road ar
rive at Pittsburgh 5i.45 a. 111, and 615 v. ar_
The traveling public will find it greatly to their intec
est, in going East or West, to travel by the Pennsylvania
Railroad, as the accommodations now offered cannot
be surpassed on any other mute. The road is ballasted
with stone, and is entirely free learn dust; we can.
promise safety, speed and comfort to all who may favor
this road with their patronage.
P A Si Er .
No New York..---$l 3 00 To Baltimore-...-...--$9 SO
P hiladelphia.: 10 00 I Lancaster„...-........-8 66'
Harrisburg. $7 45. •
Baggage checked to all stations on tho Pennsylvania
Railroad, and to Philadelphia, Baltimore and New York.
Passengers purchasing tieset.4 in ear, will be charged
ONE-HALF CENT PER MILE iu addition to the State:ma
ra Age te n s, t except from stations where the Company has no
NOTICE.—In case of loss, the Company will hold
themselves responsible for personal baggage only, and
for an amount not exceeding $lOO.
N. B.—Tho Excelsior Omnibus Line tout . been
employed to convey Passengers and Baggage to and
from the Depot, at a charge not to exceed 25 cents for
each passenger and baggage.
For tickets apply to J. - STEWART, Agent,
At the P. R. R- Passenger Station,
apl2 On. Liberty and Grant streets.
Cleveland & Pittsburgh Railroad.
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, April 27, trains will
leave the Depot of the Perinsylvaniaßailroad, in . Pitt*.
burgh, as follows :
Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Chicago line.—Express trains
leaves Pittsburgh at 12:15 L. z., and 1:05 P. X., for Cleve-
land, Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit, Milwaukee, Chigo, and
the North West. The 1:05 P. X. train connects at 'Baystd
with trains for all points on the Tusearawas Branch.
Passengers desiring to go to Chicago via Cleveland,..,
mast be particular to ask for tickets via Cleveland.
giver Line.—Express trains leave at 12:15 A. IL, add.
,1:0040 P. for Wheeling, Zanesville, Circleville, Cohan
andoGincinnati. The 12:15 A. a. train stops at Welles.,
ville, Steubenville and stations below Steubenville. The-
DOS P. a. train stops at Wellsville and stations balOw'
~,Mcid Train leaves at 6i25 a. vi.; stopping at all Way J3te
tions on River Line.
Accommodation leaves at 5:00 r. muting to Well* ,
vile only, stopping at all Way Stations.
Pittsburgh, Caluintius and Cincinnati Short Line via Stow
bent-ilia—Fast Express at 1745 i x., and Express-Lilh P.
x., for Newark, Coltnnbas, Dayton, Indianapolis, n
einnati, Cairo, St. Louis, New - Orleans, and aU points in
the South West. .
The Express Train runs th.ronghfro m Pittsburgh to
Cincinnati, without change of cars. Splendid Steeping-
Cars attached to each Express train. . •
Passengers desiring too to Columbus, Cincinnati,.
etc., or any point beyond Columbus, by the short line,'
must be particular to ask for tickets via Steubenville.:
checked through and handled free of charge.
itre ga gvays as low as any other route, and conuect .
Through Tickets can be
risburnh,Pladelph aNBn TorkaALn. .laERS, General
Ticket Agent, Cleveland.,
JNO. STEWART, Ticket Agent,
apt 7 Liberty Street Depot, Plush
1859. Baltlippre and Ohio Railroad Co. Isso'
TH-EBALTIMOREAND . 01110 RAIL
ROAD COMPANY are now prepared to teceire
and fotward Merchandise under through bills of lading
to and from PITTSBURGH AND TEE EASTERN
- Rates grutmnteetßio be equally favorable with tip:net:if,
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, or any other litte.
For Information as to 'rates,: acuities, etc., etc., appli;
cation may be made by letter or in person to Oahu
of the underaigned agents: ,
At BOSTON,Jdoses Potter, ,corner State and Washing
At NEW YORK, C. W. Darrell, P. Broadway, above,
the Astor House.
At PHILADELPHIA, Calhotui F Cowton, corner
:.rj.t PHILADELPHIA,i n,. and Cherry
Col. Eelly,. -Corner and
hest - out streets.
At BALTIMORE, J. T. England, Cimden Station.
At PITTSBURG/3, J. A. Canghey, DI& Water street.'
Particular attention of merchants, tnannficturera
and shippers generally, of Pittsburgh, Allegheny
and vicinity, is called to the facilities of this New Route
as compared with others, ant} their patronar ti4 and favors
are respectfully solicited. RE:I.'NK D.
jahltf General Freight Agent - S. G. O. q.
NEW ROUTE VIA RIVER AND
Indianapolis & Cincinnati Railroad:.
Connecting at Indianapolis with Terre Haute, and
Terre Haute and Alton Itailroad, to St. Louis a nd Lary,
ette and Indianapolis, New Albrny and.
Michigan Central Roads for CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAITTV
BURLINGTON, and all intermediate points.
Through Freight Train to INDIAISAPOLIS, TERRE
HAUTE, LAFAILIVE and PERU.
Freights carried from Cincinnati or Lawrence:Mfg 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
Consignments made to - J. E. GIBBONS, Agent,. at Gin.
cinnati; or, W. B, CUTTING, Agent, at Lawrenceburg„
will receive prompt attention, and no charge for corn;
m i ss i on; no charge for drayage or commission at Lrcicsca.
Vcr further information apply to THOMAS RATIOA - 4 '
(No. 115 Wetter street,) Agent of the Companyl: is;
prepared to'glve THUM! lIICILIPX3 to In n an ui, Lafayette, Chicago; Fern, - Greencastle; w
fordsville, Charleston, Paris and Mattoon-
H. LOBJ) Preiddesk
JNO. F. CHEEK; General _Freight Agent reuil •
Al/RID B. =USG YOWL= 141.1121.01.
lIRLING, ROBERTSON & CO., Mai
factarers of Cut, Pressed and Plain Flint 0148,
WARE. Warehouse, No. 17 Wood street, corner
Kir AU other kinds of alasswain and Window 040, -
at tow mar• et prices. • a
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WORMS AND WUPACTURZia LOP
Awn Gramm COUISISSION wiracnelriv,
NO. 45 WEST LOMBARD ST-, BALTIIIifORE, MD.
We invite the attention of 'the trade to our large and
well assorted stock of German and Domestic Cipms.
Our facilities Tor importing as well as the variety of our
assortment are unsurpassed by any house in the State,
. contracts made by one of the firniduring the
dull times, in Germany, enable us to hold out extra in•.
dueements to our friends at .resent, - softly
MATH. MULLER'S. CELEBRATED
SPARKLING HOCK and MOSELLE WLS - liic ,
imported and for sale by W. A. &F. MARBURG,
se=ly Sole Agents, Ballimore4fd„
EItDiAN TIARDWARE Als."D Crrl4.'
imported aid tor' sale at lowilbj
slowly • W: A. A'S: MARBURG, B.sors, idtt.
CARTWRIGHT & YOUNG,
i fsucoossorn to John Cartlyright,)
lt/rANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
1.11 of Pocket and Table Cutlery, p_urgical and Deritai4
i ns t r uments, Guns, Pistols, Fishing Tuale, etc, No. $
Wood street. They give special attention to the tossuillaal
taring of Tznaeassßupporkrs, eta. Jobbing an 4 Region.
lug intli istrislty and daspatah• lOW