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FOUNDRY AND SID 1 3 , No 144 H WIT Si
Pittsburgh, Pn.
S. B. A. C. P. MARkI,E,
Printing, Job and all Kinds of W rapping
PAPER,
'WAREHOUSE, NO. 27 WOOO STREET,
PITTSBURGH, PA
*if Rage bought at market pricey. mya
PIIIII.LIPS 61. CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
CAM°, ILLINOIS
WHARF BOAT PROPRIETORS AND
SHIPPING M.:ENTS of !Halms Ceotrrd Kali
road. Mark Goods, in all cases, to our care.
no27:l3rdim--310
JOS. FLEI.IING, suceeaFor to L. Wilcox
* c 0 . .; comezr of Market street and the I aamoml,
keeps isonstarktiEen hand a full assortment of rdilnls,
MEDICINES, MEDICI NF. F . -sTs, P ISIt FII NI Eli Y, and
ally articles pertaining to the business.
Air Physicians' Prescriptlons carefully compounded
at all hours. joio•y
WALTER P. MARSHALL ..JonPli H. 111.01.11.4
WP. MARSHALL & CO., Iniport , rs
• and Dealers in French and Ameriean PAPER
HANGINGS, No. ST Wood street, PatAntrgh.
W Salo agents for tho celebrated manniketures of
Srle2sra. Delicourt tr.Co, Paris. nui
REYMER & ANDERSON, (successors to
Joshua Rhodes R C. wholesale dealer., to Ft ll-
EIGN FRUITS, NUTS, SPICES, CONFECTIONERY,
SUGARS. &e.,
N. 89 Wood street, opposite the Si.
Charles Hotel, thumburwil. ,11,2
L I . 1"c L E,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
NO. 54 T. CLAIR STREET,
(Dr. 111911'9 New limldlng,)
Aa.,FULTON, BELL AND BRASM
*FOUNDER, No. 70 SECOND Street; Pito4stri.tlt,
0 prepared to fortieth to order,
CHURCH, STEAMBOAT, FACTORY AND OTHER
BELLS, OF ALL SIZES,
From 10 to 10.000 pounds.
CHIME BELLS made to order. STOP AND CIA LIGE
COCAS of all sties, for Steamboats
MINERAL WATER PUMPS. COUNTER RAILINGS,
and every variety of Brass Castings finished to the
neatest manner.
Alir
RABBITS (ANTI-ATTRITION METAL; PIA,
TON'S PATENT MERALLIC PACKING, I, Steam
ts. apl3ly
WILCoX,
APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST,
Cin-nor of Smithfield and Fourth Street
Having resumed the Retail Drug Business at the
above well Known stand, established hy me in
1848, (lately known -• J. — Abel & CO.'ssPstfiel having
enlarged and improved the same, I shall endeavor, I'S
close personal attention and careful supervision of the
business, to mem a voutinuance of the patronage here
tofore so liberally bestowed. Pure and unadulterated
medicines alone will he kept, and a full assortment of
articles usually sold in first clues entablistimeuts will
always be on hand.
Prescriptions accurately compounded at all hours.
Apar- Country Physicians furnished withpUre medi
cines at lowest prices. L. W
nol Corner Bmalitield and Fourth streets.
SAMUEL FAI - IN ESTocK,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Foreign and Domestic Hardware,
No T 4 {Yogi Street, Pdtzburgh.
The subscriber has received, in addition to los tali
stock of Hardware, and a very heavy stock of Meat and
Sausage Cutters and Stutters, and a verylarg,e stock of
Sleigh Bells, loose and on strings, of a much supers,
quality to that usually sold to-the market, all of which
will be sold on the lowest terms. •
se27 SAMUEL FAEINFSTOCH.
COUNTRY RESIDENCES FOR SALE.-
A valuable property of all acres, with a good dwel
ling house, orchard and garden, three-fourths of a Mile
from the city, $5.500. Also, desuable property of 20
acres, at four miles Irma thecity, with good brief( dwel
ling house, 50U fruit tree, grapes and small fruits,s6,ooo.
Also, an excellent property of 3!.5 arrca, good 'mule 1000
fruit trees, tte.;.satuate at 4 mile; from the city, $2,600.
The above are all iu healthy nod pleawaut location-, and
immediate possession can e had.
H. ULMIBERT S SU N,
je . 2.1 Real Estate Agents, 51 Market el.
Tm".-A choice selection of Black and
Green Teae, in gore and for sale Wholonale or Ro
tall, at the Pagoda Tea Store, corner of the laamond
and Diamond alley.
fen HAWORTH & BRoWNLF:R.
MACARONI -25 boxes Italian ;
VERMICELLI-25 do do;
OLIVE OIL-25 dozen genuine, in quarts;
25 do do in pinta;
do Lucca, in Florence
Milks, just received and for sale by
REYMER dr ANDERSON,
a .16 3 Wood st., o ...site St- Charles Hotel.
CMEAL. -30 bbls. Choice Sifted
Meal; 30 bbla. Choice Unsifted Corn Meal• just
received and for sale by JAMES A. FETZER,
• ap9 corner of Market and First sta
ES--600 barrels for sale by
RIMY IL OOLLJJIB.
Apiels and grslaurants.
B. 1) Mmumn
SCOTT HOUSE,
for. Irwin street and Duquesne Way,
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
IYEARTCFIR & GRAHAM,
PROPRIETORS.
CORNUCOPUE RESTAURANT,
BY ELI YOUNG, FIFTH STREET.
THE ATTENTION tiF M ERC II A N'l's
and others is directed to Ili, estabhaltrnent. ninen
ha been recently fitted alt for tic' purp..se 01 :tll,,,ltiw
a SUBSTANTIAL EATING HOI'Sb: (N A cENTR AL
LOCATION. Country talk: , attemltne market are le , -
ticulaxly invited to ..all. Even-thine pertAnnin.! 1., an
EATING SAIAJON will always 1:e found, .0 Oa. Ire...teat
the market atlords. ap...",11w
CLINTON HOUSE,
UJr10.4f7 . 0 fr-r, Pcnnsy vania,
JOHN BIERER, Proprietor
THIS CoMA.I( )1)1(.11:S AN I) )11' LA 11
HOTEL, actert,eing retitled and limn,lied through
out, elegant I. IPA , ' ior the recep
tion of gigolo The thol roml from 0,1111,11w:ill, to
Uniontown will 1,0 niii-hed ',Lily in Jul), dal , 311,..1t11L!
a cheap and plieewmt Intaderkr irio.elum to per,-,,m.uith
ing to ei.eape the heat and snioke ~t- PM...burgh tillring
the heated tern. The: Hem, 1, ,ituated ,thin a 1 . 1,
111011,•11, drive of the eel,' waled Fayette Spring-. and
the proprnitor e• determined to -pare neither tr,111.1.• or
expetiSti in rendering Chore who vs-it him enitifoi
charges moderate. ntylail
•
SEETUN'S (Ai) STAN I),
• . •
IN T F. DIA NI (}:c 1),
JOHN SAVAGE, Proprietor
Having taken and fated up. watt aII :he nic..l.-rit
rtn
proveulu (lit. popular I.k—tat. blue 1.-• t t .
pared to al.oonutiotiate boa t , lti itti,l it plat II
L,•-t 111 mat it• tt..it•re
will to iterveti up in ttyt•ry
sttaaon. Hi? Wit ea, Litltior , nod lit•
in r:•oomtneudruptu It,r ;mile Ittr tltt•ty vct.ttllenct•
OYSTER AND EATING HOUSE,
NO. 111 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH.
LAKE AND EASTERN FISH,
FI k 1 I'IIII.ADELPIIIA 1,11 \I , \
1:=
All lit their Proper Season
no26] GE() It El N EN] A N & t't
NA NS!) 11)11:SE,Mitt.
Pntrittt..r. ,t44r.••...i•-• II".
P . l- . ..t • Uer 101 1 ,0 Id the 11 iIL.
111,1,1, 111.,, i..• 14 ...II ..I) I.
"'tie hating. Al t•k.ti , id. r 31. 1 ,• till
111...t'trilli•-111 -I\i, OW r••
+pet•lfiklly .011.•,E vitr,,,,_.•• I Tr•
21.11ehi..11t
4-•
1.1,11.1 ' 4 l 111 .1. • \l
Alit.. ttl•t•ttut,l.. 11 tu•l
tr,rtp-tor.. ;ill
the 1.e. , ' the titttrt..,
•aldermen.
CHARLES W. LEWII. A LDERNIA N,
AND LI-OFTICIO J1,11 , t Of TUX IT.Ar,
OFFICE ,!.'"; THE O.IRN R AN I
I: I Fill S . l - It EFT,
Ail , Ail l.t,Lotoo+ ....[ILLL.L•tod Ith the. e tt... L .
tended Iv prortirtue...,:,l';don.: logo.l qoottr.to) --11 ,
oxamlnoti.
jr"‘ the tnemtLer of the It,'
Colmnlee.. ner re take
o 1....1.4.,ut4au re
-ert•Mil L'urt...l t.. r.. .
one of Ow Intim 1:`olloo. -13Li•allq ••• V.I. • .Is ••• A
••o.4liltAltlV I,l • liZtle 4 111 I •- .1 I 1,.l
1,..1:11L+ very doe:NO.le
BAILEY & CO.,
BAILEY A K IT( II FN.
111,0 Ilo•W tt M.1:1!
EST. ITT STII EUT
North Side, Bpdow the Girard House
PHILADELPHIA,
Where they [I. IJ
r ]' , 9 L. D.'l
Importelllry. Plated nrra. and
To w 111 , h they mv:h , mh , h, he I, •
Silver-Were, Wntr he., Dlrtmonit• S Penri.
nit 1G :Cm
JOHN TII4IIIPsON
House, Sign and Ornamental
PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS,
No. 135 Third Street,
N \V Sl' l'El: 1 11'1 1;1 \l
;111 . F I F F\l 4 \
3 full Nlap 1.41:4 , 1••• :••14 c“ft,i4. 4 4. • -
Am,/ aria 1,•.nu1•••E , 13, %li•tri •.(11•1 )ti.IN •
in .4, •,;•••-r ,z111•••,..1 p:• t.•
,11 , 1$ rrilal4 , •;••••••rapho •
4”," ‘l4
4 .14•f1ut 1..0 14.444 i Any ,41,1 •••ist,••
41.4. 1,1•1411444 car. 1,11, ..4111,',41 tlo •
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the pr44.clit •-trlly4i , 11.444 4 - •,44-4 :41, I 14.41141-11, 1.0
4,11.4411444 N 41.. 111. 441.1,••1 Fr.•l4••
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\ and • I
JAS. N111.1.1N1 , \ Isl , INi; II h.I.A
PLAN Iht. uoold odorTo tl
pohlto that ho ha. rodilot .00d• rho 100 :to T.
111.4•11 ‘,lll. 1..•...
alp/ 11/1.,.t 111.1. 1 / 1 1i. i• I.l,tryl••
t.. 1/ aud pianod .aoo o t, t l „•
mtovtug, door, nu,/ -hott.d., 1. do Ira-'1 h
moulamE,/, huzdtstal/
Sooth
tioptotoor 1 , :7 1 ,
G RIF.
1,„
blot, Now t irh• a o,
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/U tiotoo, piono Rou• •••41.. in
11 II t 1,
lip 26 11. I. anti 14:
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Un JR REA C-- -A c,a tau. , t.l tllrrr
.12 foulrelOange y and ble. n.o lila , . li. a ttle•
lt
ev, the Itraddock'. F 0.1.1 I'l ink Idded en d adn
Runt—A 4aelhog ot no, too", la.. r
.4 ground, garden, trial ed, o I
pill a year.
For Itent—A large and eornd
4,41 etreot, eleven root', t ;•,. and au!, - $2.10
For lidult—A large dWellillg holoe. gulden, ..lond
tree, carriage Inuoe and .4.14,1e.un !land Lane. All,
glieny City—l:duo
Fur Rout—:\warelonn , e 011 Vt Hier qtr.-et
Fur lienl—A renal) dtore I,e/net Thu - . 1 -Ineet
Apply 1., N. CU 111HE:111 a onN,
nplll 61 mart, .trees.
1: 4 1 (11i.E16N NUTS
IV" Fru! /1.1,1 Annon.l., nal -hell
10 bale+ 14,,ri11.311i
81,11 y
t 111,,, I,IIF [l , li ‘V 311,1,
100
4A) 1.1•1 q ••••ii RD Nut.,
Lu hug,. fin-u.ihm)Nnile
LIM kil nll
60(X.1 l'oetta Nut..
Just re( etv,kl mid li.r 41k1.•
121.:1 NI . F.Ft .1 A tV.Ht, IN.
No
Ippo.lto
STrti ) I Es...
lUD bus. Dried Apples
iA •InApd Apples—late,'
t' [tried Appies—oop.
IZ dozen t tern Has "om 4,
fpo bones No I Swell
100 bus. White Bean,:
Stiu bundles Croan. Medium at.. lambi. , Crown
Wrapping Paper, ILI attire on,) for sale IT
JAMES A. FETZER,
Corner Market and Firm street..
Cr)FFEE __DK( ,:e•ks Rio, juot lantlitir anti
for male by WM H. SMITII a
np2n S. ,, vond Fiona -creels.
Qlf A W 1( KESS I;( I lls. N EEI(I,E
4V0r1.7., Mournme and Itoinestle.. vet, 1.04
II ANSoN LoV E.
10. No '74 Mark. -tree(.
JOSEPH HORNE, Na.. 77 Market slr net . ,
received another lot et the NEW MATINEE
SKIRT. and Ponchos & Sherwood , 4 ',opener SKELE
TON SICIRTs , with the tudtustatile Hustle Also, talon.
undpay Mechanic Comets, in all Hlf...N 1,21
FIRST OF 'l'l3E SEAS( (N. Ill(' Loxes
Sweet Oranges, received tuns day—for "ale by
REYMER A ANDERS , IN,
No. 39 Wood street
N^_l Opposite the St. Charlet. Hotel.
tIROCERI ES.—Everythin commonly
‘_.A kept tn a first 'lass Wholesale an d
Retail ttrortery
Imo Winn and Liquor establishment, ran be had on the
meet reasonable terms, at
HAWtIRTH A BROWNLEE'S,
fell in the Diamond
SA RATO I IAWATEH.—A supply of Con
Fret, Wster. or.o Empire Spriai; 44 titer, Ire.ll trom
Saratoga. Just tetteived and itta sale 1 - (y
r.W I Lc, )X,
aps ttorter Smithfield and l'ourni alt
SYRUP.— - -
200 dor., syrop ;
10 do liosph,rr) syrup:
10 do Istrawl,rly srroP;
10 do Pine Ap[dr. Sjrup.- fur ,d 4.
lIIPOTATOEii.-135 t,) orrivo. t o
j !Irtle by (me 2 6) HESItS H.
Rol\'N'S SHA R.' N
-UP gross for rale b • F B. A. 14 ARNE:,
nu - 29 Corner of Wood and Flr.t
•
SY RU P AND MOLASSES.-
bt,l3. New York Golder) Syrup;
Lo N. O. Molagres,iu oak barrels. 10 store
sod for role by HAWORTH •,t BROWNLEE,
fe2l in the Diamond.
cIPEAKERS —Sargent's Primary Speaker
►J Sargent', Intermediate Speaker :
Sargent'o Standard Speaker,
Zacho's New A mericau Speaker;
Frost',
The Little Speaker,
Columbian Orator.
Fowles' MU Dialogue,. for , ale by _ .
R. WELDIN'S 303 PEN, for sale at
tr •
eel Nu. es WOOD ST.
MEM
AZarp - .
=I
'11•11L-4 ANIJ
Fency l;(1110111.
PITTSBURGH, PA
J. R. WELDIN,
63 Wood street. pear Fourth
professional
CHARLES W. WINGARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
LOOLIIAVLN, CLINTON CO., PINT:A.
OlAim prattin I.vcommg, Centre, Clearfield,
Tlui.nrn
fffirrSoN - • • 0 0 WWII.
WE lIAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
t••,ther in Ow yr:10110o of the Law, Ull , ler 010
firm ' .ti S KIPP EY.
°thee, No. 04 FOURTH STREET.
E. SIMPSON,
H. RIPPEY.
SIMMEMB
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC
OFFICE—No. 91 GRANT STREET.
C _a. Et. r) _
SCOTT, DENT•IST,
J• U reilloVVll to tic. boil,. totely occupied by
Dr. W. A. WARD,
• ,
No. 27 N Penn Strelet t
(South .ide,) third doer aboNe Eland sizeot
hoora from 9 A. M. t P. M. Ifipkl9
.1 A 111 S S. KIN 4.,
DENTIST,
13A9 Ri•ThitiVED lfl t,FFICE DWF.LLINU TO
No. 100 Flfth Street,
ti)RNER (0 , CUF,RRY ALLEY,
phtrt.o. 311 d fl - 1 , 11,i` srry invited to mill
1p
I AM 1.:;•; A. U)\VH I E. A itornoy at Law,
qtk., , treot, hit-4410;h, tk,urern timkth
-6,1d mid Owl! y ally I -tidy
II AII 1., : - ;urg, ,, T) I a niirt. Fneo•s:ior to
w 114
bow , c,..nt 1. , I and from
:dines and Signors.
Will. CLAVTON h CO.,
RI .TAIL
LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
N. 37 DIAMOND ALLEY,
NEAR NV, , tl , I, 1
I'l 1 / it R l' A.
Cs Alwv, I.sta.l. 1113.4,14,.1:1/..rry nt,11.:4341.4,
1411,13-, 1;1.1 M. 3,31,03. 1n 31,1 I{,..taivd Wll,liy, ur
.itl3l,t) .1.•I6 ydrl
E. P. MIDDLETON a. RHO.
IMP , /I{
WINES, BRANDIES, &c.
IN
Fine Old
::(). N(ii:Tif Fni).NT :-"1:1:F: ET,
~ 1'1111..11 , EL 11114.
JOHN BRIAR h. CO.,
I, l LrRS 11l
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND El" 1.1 1' VI NG DISTI
.o. 155 I.lbert y Street, Pll t•horgh,
t,3” P. M•.”••, th•
K. I I. rT, ..1".1 1,11. ••1 .1,1,1• , 11p1,1
;iTobarro and :*egars.
w i) RINEHART,
• 11.11 , Cr.TURCIL ,11,1,41r1t I, ALL Crit.9 or
TOILI 4.CCO, SNUFF ttin SEGARS,
A 1.71 I. `i 1 ,- ;T
11. VONRNSVIIIA 111.,
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
AND
Virginia ink; Tobacco,
WOOD STREET,
liAor
II
Pll 17,141.10.13. PA
S,unuture
impotur.tAT AOTICE
N F4;l Ncj:
•.:11 r.•til Ir•,1:1
FURNITURE,
MEM
.%
N F. 1.1!
It., .Eto
11, Red F.lory
but
I nil , ti•
it .• pr,. t,..114' put a...v”
From 10 to ► r• per Cent.
11. 11. 1111" !V,
REF r
JAMES W. WOODWELL.
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS,
IVIIDLESALE AND RETAIL,
- UM ERACI Nii evi•ry Ftyle of Furniture,
/ on.l Wuhittl.
I, Chavril., , ud I,lm, eqll4l 1,, nu) ,
11, 75. t., 1”.1 . 1111101111 , 111, .1/1.1 :Lt
ths- i'alnaaa Makt., aoh alo qua...ally of
Failatia.• rt•allonahlo n 0 t,14
turn,llo.l at Ow Hlaa twa
N.,. 77 au.l 7V Thud ntri , ot, l'atslairgh, Pa
1.11 I (.1
dinrriages.
10111% S. SHAFFER'S
Carriage and Harness Repository,
NOS_ 7 AND 9,
1111==1
==l
P 'I"I'S H, PA
Cftrriar., .lort , i, 601.1 and nuuu Ll nn eolllllll , llola.
1i..pair119.3 doll., promptly tlin country
n .11 11114 n large a,..ortlti••lll
CARMAI,ES, HEi. , 7IES AN I , HARNESS,
Which Bill 1,4,40 H1..111,1.411 :i. , , iu:lfity:ltnd price.
LIIN ay
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY,
EASTERN REPOSITORY.
JOSEPII WHITE
HAS .11IS1' RECEIVED AT liIS RE
:-!1"1'4 actuated near the Two Milo Run,
he
-In,•eu Pnodairgh and i,aa renveville.a 'Timid.' end gone
r& (11,11311011, linggiea, Sulk lea, ete. Lila
arrangement+ are mite), that 111. to •onviltutly re...4.l%ring
111,1 3131 ,econd hand velite).., and the pnblie may rely
on tilway, finding 3 140131 '41101: an hand. Lie 11113, man-
Ithin•tnir..4 to order on 4liort Motive,
\ 101.1M:1,14, ItIn:t;IES,
and all pertaining to the hilatneas. IV itli eighteen years
practieal experienee 111 Illy 111141111,13, and 111 4, 13 1 11 kIIIIIVD
he natters Intr.elf that he otle, great induee
menta to pitreliw.orß.
Ayr The e4tabli,dittient ts lorated on the route of the
Eseel,or t 111111ibuN Line of t!oaelle4, pft,ilug the door
every fifteen nunntem. mgl4:dalv
C. IV EST A. 4;0.,
CARRI A G E S,
RUCEA WAYS, BUwiIES, PAILKIES AND SLEIGIRS,
No. 197 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Air All work warrantod to bo of the hest materials
fluid work 11.11,111 p. MyI2:IVIN
Vatents.
THE LAST FAST
THE CLIMAX GRAIN FAN.
TII E SUBSCRIBERS HAVING BOUGHT
the right to manufacture, M Allegheny and Arm
.trong counties, the Climax Grain and Seal Fon, the
factory mill be round at :MINN & BARTON'S, corner of
Boyd street and Fourth street road. Farmers will find
a to their advantage to call and see them. They take
the Kenn Mil everywhere that they have been shown.
They are neat, cheap and the fastest ever known.
W. INGLIS,
J. STAGY.
noe lyd*w
C OLLAPsING DRINKING CUPS.—
A BEAUTIFUL ARTICLE FOR SHOOTING MEN
They are easily carried, and yet when expanded form
oue of the beet Drunring Cups carried. To be bad at
SOWN ,t TETLEY'S, L
selo L., -No. 188 Wood ot.
:.i:.'...'''.,,:':;:...:H.c . .,'..7.-i.`..
Ainanrial.
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK,
NO. 65 FOURTH STREET,
CHARTERED IN 1855.
OPEN DAILY, from 9 to 2 o'clock ; also,
on Wednesday and SaturilaV evenings, from May
Ist to November Ist, from 7 to 9 o'clock ; and from
No
vember Ist to May Ist. from 0 to 3 o'clock.
Deposit, received of alt sums not less than Owe
Dozuw, and a dividend of the profits declared twice n
year, in June and December. Interest has been de
clared semi-annually, in June and December, since the
Bank wail organized, nt the rate or sit per cent. a 'W'.
Interest, it not drawn out, in placed to the credit of
the depositor as principal, and bears the same interest
from the first days of June and December, compound
ing twice a year without troubling the depositor mean or
even to present hie pass book. At this rate, money will
double in less than twelve years, making; in the aggre
gate mat AND ONZ-UALT PLR CENT. 0 TIM
Boolts containing the Charter, By-Laws, Rules and
Regulations, furnished gratis, on llpplioation at the
°Rice
PIM911)1131.
GFAJRGE ALBREE.
VICK PI.I3I2OLNTS.
Hopewell Hepburn, John H. Shoenberger,
James Shidle, Alexander Bradley,
James D. Kelley, James Herdniali,
Robert Robb, A. M. Pollock, M. D.,
Isaac M. Pennock, William S. Larely,
Hill Burgwiu, William J. Audereon.
... .
_
TRUM.I9. •
John G. Baekofen, P. A. Madeira,
John B. Canfield, John H. Mellor,
J. Gardiner Coffin, James B. D. !deeds,
Alonzo A. Carrier, James M'Auley,
David Campbell, Walter P. Marshall,
.loin S. Cos4rare, Wilson Miller,
Charles A. Colton, Henry L. Hinirwalt,
William Douglas, John M. Sawyer,
Francis Felix, Georg., S. Se'den,
Beuj. L. Fahneiitack, John D. Scully,
James W. }Dolman, Alexander Tindlo,
William S. Hoven, Theolytld U mtm tart te r,
Charles Knap, Naar Whittier.
BICRLTAIIS AND TYLALVIIIM
CHARLES A. COLI'UN.
WM. H. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Bankers and Exchange Brokers
Wood Street, corner of Third,
DUNCAN, SHERMAN & CO
13_P.IsJ liC Mit S,
Corner of Pine and Nassau Ste., New York,
1,,n0 letter, of Cr,ht and i'lreulEkr Nutt.. for (rnv,l.,
mvullaltle la ~f
iho IS.•nt /Liam I+ll°ll4, ote., ,looliir to 164144, to stao
nxtetisivr• u,t , in Nun,{,
AusTrs I.OuMIS
Promd,ory Note*, Bonds, Mortgage,, and all
corm,. for tounoy.
INIMEMMN=
NuTE.I AND DRAFII3 Is,roLIT AND Sol.lo.
I\ ..me dt.trtng Les.” ran tro te,,lnme , lttted on
re,oletble term, tintf ..tip.talt-Is an Ue fultit.ll,l WI - '
erwurltlet• at 1,01.1.1,11" i pi
Alec, attend t..the 1
Itoutiut! ao l Lo,e.og of R.
E.trtte
N. F. WRTI-1
• A I, I IN I, i 4 011'. Full
NHOLMES A: si )Ns, liAnkerA :aid EX
ehange Brok,r+, sod 1)..1.1,r. to N(..t.4. I ,:trts
A0,414..1,11, 3n.1 thtnk Note+ EcetoklAy,
on the I.Ls,tern suet R e,tere Cole. ,hobtly for it
made iu ',II the eito ihrew , l,lo fie
r,, ed 1.•41 fUl.k , efir
teut psper, No h: MAthet ,tteet. 1t.0.1 snc
Feurth 1y
(Grocers
BIGALEY,
WHOLESALE GROCER,
Nos. 18 and 20 Wood Stroot,3
111=1=1
WM. H. 0111TH Sa. CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
LIB SECOND AND P 7 FIRST STREETS,
MILLERS ItICKETSON,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
I=l
BRANDIES. WINES AND SE:GARS,
AND ~1 * ANI
A NI) 1 E .4 orx TS FOR
SWEARER'S CITY GLASS.,
iTTstt riec PA
Iron, Nails, Cotton yarns, Sr., Sr., Con
stantly on Maud. t nir'2
M'CANDLESS, MEANS & C 0.,:
IrICC a )
WHOLESALE 44ROl'ERS,
IRON, NAII ti, 61.. v;- rrwi vAp,Ns,
A.Nl.l'lTTmill'Ellli N CFA CTI - 111:. OIiNEItA I LY
telll=
Aorwartling and Commission. '
w I LI,I.AM H. VEAT(IN,
Commission Merchant,
NO. 216 SOUTH FRONT STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
sir - Aveut for tio,,i , sok A I , utoh
Compluty Arr,leramil 1,,u; /I 1,013 .001 1 . 10111,0
gat.; W.uen, litnu.lios, , t l'u 1,,1a
^I'M I y•
JOII N 3/ 0 0 1111 I.: 11) ,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
FUR TUE SALE OF
PIG METAL AND R 1.41(
INO. 7t WATER STREET, BED ,W MARE ET,
)'ids/ PJ TTSA VRC 117, PA.
1059. Second Arrival 1859.
OF
1) RPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
AT 'HIE
FOURT4I STREET CARPET STORE,
PITTSIMIU:II, PA.
WD. A; 11. Me( M l' ECT
vut.i.y nunoull(,l lhnt then nro recoil:4l.lg it
,(J{lli supply of I 'ARPETINO, ,elected directly from
th a Importers and Manufacturers, by 0110 44 the tirm,
now in the East, t.r w1.,•1, they turn' Ilio ult,,ullou
purchasers. Alto, 11. new style 01 CA NTI IN 0 Alit NC,
for :Summer parlors. The intent make ol CARPET
MEP:FERN, ell., eh'., 0(1,0.1 at the
lowoul lit,ol W. 1 1 Si 11. McVALLUM
N )TICE To ti EN' N.—We have on hand
A IA }E
Gent's Patent Lent ber and Prel.elt Calf
CONG H E S U AIT E Ii S
And STRAP SEWM, v.111.•11 wv sre svlllue. :Lt
W. E. SCitnEwrz & co
$ I'UO- - F SA L E.--A dwelling
house of hall, live rooms am! cellar, on
Ann street. Alle_gheny, with let of ground feet front
by 110 deep to Robinson street. Also, u cottage house
on Robinson street. Pnce for all, $1:00. Terms easy.
B. CUTHBERT A :SuN, II :11arket
.
TEAS I) EXTUA FINE A lirrY
SELLINCi VERY LOW
The twist aiimiiraineut iu Lino lily will alway. be found at
THE PEKIN TEA STORE,
No. 36 Mph Strret, Nenr
1.211 S AYNER
S. "
sii UR. AI ER WORM CON FECTiON,
" for sale by
HARTWELL & SHEPHA RD, Drill:2 Nts,
fe.2l Corner Wood land Sixth tiirents
WINNER'S COLLECTION OF lisle
FOR THE VIOLIN, consieting oC
COTTILLIONS,
IS=
QUADRILLES,
POLKAS, WALTZES, MARCLIF , , 110ANFIPES, Reels, dios, FANCY
DANCES, and other popular tors, arranged in an es,/ Man
uer Mr the violin, by 8. Winner. Price 50 cents. Copies
mailed on receipt of price. For sale by.
je2s JOHN H. MELLOR, 01 Wood street.
D EAL JAPAN BLACKINO.—This ines
xt,timablecompomitiosa, with half the usual labor, pro
duces a most brilliant jet black, affords nourishment to
the leather, and is free from any unpleasant smell. For
sale wholesale or retail, by
.10S. FLEMING,
jeSO corner Diamond and Market street.
kiibW N 'S - TESINCE OF J AMAI (IA
GINGER—An excellent family medicine, for sale
wholesale and retail, by JGH. FLEMING,
le:30 corner Market id. and Diamond.
666. East
ERRING - 10 b ~,astpOrt, new ;
10 do Alewives', do
WM. H. SMITH & CO.,
118 Second, and 137 Front streets.
For gale by
}ea)
--- - -
VOUNDRS IRON - 5U tons Lake Superior
Foundry iron, to arrive and for sale by
ap9 HENRY H. COLLINS.
I DOW CURTAINS—At Wholesale
and Rer.fdl, for sale by
. mr ip . W. P. MARSHALL I OD.
'I "AL+
•'
Mutual Insurance Company,
CHARTERED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF PENN-
(I.lsh thpital VA)0.000 I Premium Nutc2. - , 132,343
THIs COMPANY WILL IN . I.TIZE ON
Buildings, Mere handine, Furniture, Ix., in town or
country.
Innwrona:—Hon..T..l. Pearce, J. B. Hall, T. T. Abrams,
Hon. (T. C. Harvey, cla, Crist, LT. H. Jackman, Chas. A.
Mayer, Peter Inch,on, W. White. ThenlaA Kitchen.
LION. c. C. HARVEY, President.
T. T. Alift.t.MS, \',ee President.
THUS. KITCHEN, Secretary.
INSURANCE COMPANY,
HENRY N. ATWOOD, s,rretary
WILL INSURE ACiAINST ALL KINDS OF FIRE
AND MARINE RISES
ASSETS—MAY 1059.
Stock. iIIIP Bills, payable on demand, and se
cured by two approved names_ ........_........£115,;.00 00
Bills Receivable 116,145 29
Bills Discounted 000 00
115 shares Mechanics' Bank Stock, cost
0.165 00
100livms' Bank " 5,175 00
40 " Exchange Bank " " ...—.... 2.050 00
00 " Bank of Pittsburgh " " ;250 011
Balance of Book Accounts 6.054 90 .
Office Fun:oolre . 400 00
Cash 04,113 04
DIRECTORS:
iSMC9 A. Hutchison, for A. Berry,
Wm. 13. Holmes, Robert bal,ll,
William Rea, Joseph II iritiatrick,
Wilson Rine John ISI'I.. in,
my 23 Wm. A. Caldwell,
Indemnity Against Loss by Fire.
TUE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
C)MP.NV PHILADELPHIA. Oltice, No. 435
F: Y 1 NI :n . l REM, ii,tr Fhti h.
STATEMENT 0? ASSMS, I,t.
PESN'A
~ :I, Art of .4 ,r,rd,' bang:
lair-t . .11ort,,.age..,ampl2. secured ,
Kea( 1:,t1114, (present value $104.31361,) cost. 77.764 71
'retarstrary Lotus on ample Collateral
pre.ent value 720 r,,a 71.5471
:N. A.— and ahle 4,SOS 4L)
ult 41.667 :16
The only prord , from preTll.ln, S‘ltiell lit, ek,lnpany
oat) •tre, bee.o de-
111,/rll.l/00+ made on Prf•ry ,1 ,, ,rpti,12 of Properly.
Ton II and C..nary, nut, a- rue •tunt
Mare their Aaeorporation, a 1,1,0 , 1 at thirty years,
they hare , pad by Fun. t•. CU :ttnnuut exceeding .
rt.!" >Lihun. 1.1 it Use thrrehv attnr,ting etidruce r 4
ihv nilralltai.o2 , Lit 111,11rania . . a- . 6,11 a, Ilio:aiiitt) And
4.11,1 , 0,nti0n in rni-et faith priirllptne7 . ',..l all liabdin. e.
lA,Res paid during the year ISSS.FIod,SOS 57.
Chad., \V Lium.ker,
Warner, Brown,
I,Uta:
JagA , R. !" , 1111111. 1 , ..11,,rd C. Dale,
George W I:l,lkftr.l4,
CHA:4. N. IIANCREIt, President
A RI , r LUL.... \loe Pre,.lev L.
WM A SIP. S....r,turypro tem.
t; 1 . 4 ?I , FIN, Agony
c,rthemt e,nll,•r Third and Wet!d street!
THE
Reliance Mutual insurance Co
On ~r MeTchan
1111=
CAPITAL 5177,9:21
10Ye,le,1 a. , . cix
F - 11 . t MOlt.'.l . 't . ou 1,111,,,,a1 41:y rty,
worth , 1_,h1.1.• the atn,,oht '1151,60.1 00
Pr nu-,11,11,1 .1: ulr ,, . it i, peent Morlo'Are
1,•• tn-.{:3).o••••,(• • - 37.900 &
.1114- ; twoy t.,uuty n c. 1'.•.r,-1,1111
.......... . ......... ... /0, 7 0 00
Oily ot 11•11,1••11•Io.i..O p ••( •1: II 1..• tn. 6,1 A. 00
ILLitr.,l•l Sr... . 4.••••••
-••••••I. 1 tin. In 1n.n... '.l•no .1 Ito urn... , r .• . n•I
o f I .tr..'\ 1.1, /17 11,411 , C.v (70
: 7 77..•17 7 i 7- ha -111.1117, ..11117.y ,
I loon H. In: . .111
/111 h, larnn•• ......
II,•11.1r•••••11nt-,1 , •••rno•I no. 1-• • t, rt.• .... 7,311 nI
• .:19/1 on hand vua In Paul. 0,
Pittsburgh. Pn
Oducational.
\T i
I, AND sEm
uue.•r 1t..• the Bou , •,1100n, F. her?.
Ar 1.3 HA .OE. W r. 41 N. k1i.F.1.AN1.1.3.)1:::\ Tr. I.
the CtAleee are htu:ht the u,:tftt LI - 3110he, o f En
pLnh
Ilr In, neharv. the M•itiiolll2lfle.,
litiecornitillidoiiildiyi ate., :1/14.1 the Lhtter..l.o hrtuehte.
of tuntrar erudition Or awful to Ulu,
Tho tcrmr 1,1 14.1,1 mid Inifinn are $.Su per year. to
I.e ,elnl ,ttr.tly in .rivaner.
t.ernntti aLn.l Frrnrt, And rthrr I.onttukg,s. Drawin
Atti r ptingsnain
rrcrlnpro,trin Inr the irvr rf ilro.rutnent,..
NV:‘,llLng, I‘,nks, tita4,in•r7..te,r,,rrnextrA
For rartleular, apply 1.. the Iflreetor. of the College.
The t',llogtate year oogn, the Fo of September,
3.13.1e11 , 1 , ‘ , O for At c , I July 6.11,,ki1!
FAIN E} G. B. 1.1 TM M,
Irtrector of the College.
13 13
T ll E 0.14::-.4 A NI) LAM; EST
LithOgraphit Estgblishment in the City
win, scull - 1 1 1;NA
PRACTICAL LITH 0 G RAPH ER
CORNER THIRD AND MARKET STREETS,
.Ul+F's
D. C. KNEELAND
KEEPS CoNSTANTLY ()N HAND
SQUARE AND OVAL BONNET BOXES ;
Also. umk.•s to order PLAIN AND FANCY PAPEI:
suitable for Shoes, I ry Goods, So., ta. Ea.steru
pnrr-. Corn., Virpi alley and Wool street, (third
,tor}—over Camous Baal:,) Pittsburgh, Pa. je9:l
GOSSAMER VENTILATING WIG,
ELASTING BAND TOUPEES,
AND EVERT DESCRIPTION PP
Ornamental Hair for Ladies and Gentlemen,
itl 11 L POLAR REFIOGERATOR,
‘vith
Fitter and Water Cooler Combined
I=l
FRUITS,
To bii• Itopt longer, dryer, and colder. witll LESS ICE,
than VALI be ,hatt• alth ony other Ittitrigerator now in
LP.; 110 w Oil hued and tor sale at
T. J. CRAIG'S.
124 \V othi s I ruet. five duo, from Fifth.
111 E
AV TII IS DD W
AY ASSOCIATEITH
with me, Mr.J. BELLOW in the Undertaking
noes which will liereaftor t o eondueted under the IMMO
and ,tyle of Lemou JAMES LEMON.
,Insugance.
WEST BRANCH
LOCK MAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY
.1. A. LIPPERT. Agent.
No. OZ. Fah otreet
MONONGAHELA
OF PITTSBURGH
JAMES A. HUTCHISON, President
OFFICE, No. OS Vt'ater Street
1',...39,053 31
HENRY M. ATWOOD, Secretary.
FIRE INSURANCE
Of Phil,.letplOa,
, in t..wr) “r country
=II
AS:4I- - A . ,;, 9'476,47S 43
rs
4:LF)I Pre,•!.nt.
ni¢a•loen
Cl.•r TlT,dk-v, ~. .tiltal Hi.ptimm,
\I, dh.lrt P. rh"rnp , 11, Fl•k.. , rt tlteen.
1...; ,, 1 , 111, lirosvu. liil,lll Mlll--I . r.
1.. 11),111171 MI • 1111,1 i
.I.,tin P W,1. , 1, 'I .1 , 1,i1l Hill,
H I. , 1, ,, 11. is 1,41,,p,
f: ,, 1. rt "1 . -ktn.l. l':,:rle , I, land,
Yrt•.l.•ll. k 1,11/11/.; 'a , ,,ii T. Huutiml,
Chart , . !, \s",. , l,Smut!) FI. - .l.ren.
.I,t/i..-1 - 1 V...n.1.,in.i. 3,..1,n i1i,..11. I'IH!.
I: 'IT. lIIINCIIIII V.N.:,,,,,,ry
3 t• kliONF:1". C.11 . 1 . 1N.
myl'; t urr Tlont athl
PITTSBURGH, PA
GEO. BLETCHER,
NO. 65 MARKET STREET,
Involving important prineiplei , never docoro attained,
winch vmddes
.1011:1 DELLOW LEIIO,I.
Undertaking in all its Branches.
LEMON & DELLOW,
', No. 115 Fourth Street,
ARE PREPARED TO DO ITN D hAK
INd all its branchici, iii tho bc , t manner,
at prices to suit the times.
We call special attention to FISK'S NEW s'ryLE
PATILNT METALLIC BURIAL CASES, far the nal.) of
which they are site agent... in this city, and of which
we keep constantly on hand a complete Miortment. As
regards beauty of shape and finish. t hey excel all others.
Funerals will be supplied with Llearve.v, lloriica and
Carriages promplv, And a lower rites than any other
establishment in this city? Guaranteeing .to render sat
isfaction, they solicit a continuance of the patronage
heretofore so liberally extended to the old firm. lapls
AMERICAN IRON WORKS.
TONES & LAUTH,
Junnfacturorg of
IRON AND NAILS,
JUNIATA AND COMMON SHEET , IRON,
Lauth's Patent Shafting, Piston Rods, Plates,k.
WAREHOUSES.,
OS Water Street, and 132 Flrat Strest,
PITTSBURGH,
And comer of Franklin and South Water. Sta., Chicago
mrl7dy
AI4A_NILL,4 CLOTH PAPER.--,A superior
1~1 article large size and extra heavy.— •, -
rad. HAY s CO., 54-1 N 1 stree t:
ledical.
Health and Happiness Secured.
THE CONCENTRATED CURE,
THE CONCENTRATED. CURE,
A POWERFUL REMEDY,
A POWERFUL REMEDY,
FOR WEAKNESS,
FOR ,WEAKNESS,
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION,
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION,
TRY IT ! TRY IT !
TRY IT! TRY IT!
YOUNG MEN WHO ARE SUFFERINEI.
from the effects of youthful Indiscretion, can be
surely and permanently restored by using the
CONCENTRATED CURE
OR
Agral:TA
A Remedy of Great and Certain Power.
This remedy is put up in small viols, and can be sent
by mail to any address. A trial will satisfy. Use it for
a week, and you will experience a great benefit. A cir
cular containing full particulars, sent (free) on applica
tion. Price per bottle $l,OO.
One bottle will last a month.
N. 13.—This remedy is suitable for either sex. Ad
dress K. CRUGER, Medical Agent,
jy23:w 742 Broadway, New York.
PRIVATE I)ISEASES.—DR. BROWN'S
EDICAL and SURGICAL:Office, No. fO SMlTH
tield street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
• Dr. BROWN is an old citizen of Pittsburgh, and has
been in Practice for the last twenty-five years. His bust
uess has been confined mostly to Private and Surgicv
Diseases.
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 gredu s
ate, and his experience in the treatment of a certain class
of diseases is a sure guarantee to the sufferers of obtain
i❑g permanent relief, by the use of his remedies and
following his advice.
DR. BROWN'S REMEDIES _ •
never fail to cure the worst form of Venereal Dimmses,
Impurities and Scrofulous Affections. Also, all diseases
arising limn a hereditary taint, which manifests itself
in the form of a totter, psoriasis, and n great roan) , forms
of skin diseases, the origin of which the patient is en
tirely ignorant. To persons so afflicted,Dr.Brown otters
•
hopes of a sure and speedy recovery.
SEMINAL WEARNFvta
- -
Dr. Prown's remedies for this alarming trouble
brough too often by that solitary habit of sensual grati
fic.tiun. which the young and weakminded often give
way to. (to their own destrueuond are the only reliable
rt•inedieti known in this country—they are safe, and
make a speedy restoration of health.
RHEUMATIB3I. . .
- - -
Dr. Brown's remedies never fail to cure this painfu
disease inn few days—he will warrant a cure. He also
treaty Piles, Gleet, Gonnorrhcea, Stricture, Urethal
Dis
charges, Female Weakness, Monthly Suppressions, Dis
eases of the Joints, Fistula in Ano, Nervous Affections,
Pains in the Back and Kidneys, Irritation of the Blad
der, together with all diseases of an impure origin.
A letter describing the symptoms, containing a r 1,
ihreeted to tilt. 13ROWN, No. Su Smithfield street, Paiii
tiireji, Pa, will Le immediately answered. Medicine
sent to any address, safely packed and secure from ob
servation.
MEI
• .
Office and Private Rooms, No. 60 Smithfield etree
Pitteburgh, Pa. ty27
EYE AND EAR
DISPENSARY
Office 95 Mal"; street, (J door, up stairs,) Buffalo, N. I'.
VS'rABLISIIED BY THE CELEBRA
-12.4 TED DR. JOHNSON, late of Loudon, England.
A great discovery m the science of medicines. tong
a certain and speedy cure for restoring the sight and
removing all diseasespeculiar to the eye. This is um
tier-ally acknowledged the only Rafe and sure remedy
now known. It has been used with great success by the
most skillful physicians in Europe and America.
Patients in any part of the country can treat them
selves succeßsfully at a moderate expense, thereby
avoiding the danger and expense of falling into the
hands of unskillful physicians. This medicine (suthcieut
to cure.) will he Sent by mall or express, with all neces
sary directions, on receipt of Ten Dollars.
Dr..l,hn.on's Certain and .14caliLle Cure for Deafness and
Singing ..\ - eis‘s in the Ears. Nervous Heal!
and Mind Cbnip
Affording instant relief to sufferers who have been trou
bled wits deafness for many years. After using this
remedy a few day- the patient is suddenly and almost
miraculously enabled to hear ordinary toned conversa
tion; in the course of a few week's the most obstinate
case of deafness is effectually cured.
Patients too numerous to mention have been restored
to i.erfect hearing. and forever rescued from the snares
of the ministrant dangerous unqualified pretenders of
the present day. Hospital and private testimonials and
ccrtitlcates from the most eminent physicians and sur
geons in England, in whose presence deaf persons have
Leen cnreitand many hundreds of private patients cured
con be : , cen or referred to. A case of this medicine,
leriouel , iv etlect ii cure,i will he forwarded to any part
of the e,,tintry for Fifteen Dollars. Address
OR. JOIINSON, Drawer 404.
je27.lyrdlw Unice 95 Main St., BMW° N Y
LIF FER NOT.—DRS. GOLDSMITH
ki Co.. No. 42 St.th 'troet, Pittsburgh, Penn's, still
continue, to be collocated onall aLseases of a PRIVA TE
or DELICATE NATURE. From a longcourse of study
nod practical experience of unlimited extent, bra. 0. a.
Co. hare the grow:lc:awn of presenting the unfortunate
with remedies that have never failed to cure the most
alarnoug ease of Gonorrhea and Syphilis. Beneath his
treatinellt, all the horrors of Venereal and Impure Blood,
Scrofula. Ulcers, Pain and Distress, or Inflammation of
the Bladder tut.% ne) Abscesses, Humors, Frightful '
S‘i elltugs, and the long train of horrible symptoms at
tending thus els, of diseases, are made to become as
h:utuless a.. the simplest ailing, of a child.
81.:M INA I. lc EA it::4 b. Co. devotes much
of their attention to the treatment of those cases caused
try a ,c,iret 11.111 solitary habit. which ruins the body and
nonduMittingthe unfortunate Individual for either busi.
tke,, ur society. Sitme of the sat and melancholy effects
' produced by these early liahits of youth are Weakness
of the back and limbs, PalpitstiomaPke tle.ert, Oysters;
pia, Nervousness, derangement of thts Digestive
hon nymplum, of Consumption, etc., etc. 'file fearful
effects on the mind are much to be dreaded, viz: Loss
of memory, confusion of ideas, depression of spirits,
evil forebodings,sversion to society, self-distrust, timidi
ty. eic., are among the evils produced. SuCh persons,
Ufo'rei couteoplating marriage, should consult a pl
t•ian of and experience, and be at once restored to
health and happiness. Ague and Fever cured,and war
ranted. All letters containing a fee, addressed to Drs.
tioLCOSIITH A CO., Pittsburgh, Penn's. will meet with
prompt. attentiou f aud medicines forwarded, secure tram
observation, and a cure
.. guaranteed. The strictest ie.
cresy observed in all eases
skgt. Don't forget the place, N 0.42 Sixth street, Pitts ,
burgh. Ps. apl2:lvdaw
To Young Men.
ALL WHO ARE SUFFERING FROM
the etTeeta of youthful excess, self-abuse, or the
debility arisiug from Sexual Inseam., can be surely and
permanently restored to perfeut health, strength, and
liger, by te-ing. the
ELIXIR DE VIE.
mot valuable Itfedietue is prepared from a r
ceirt of au eminent Parnian Physician, and is coutgantl
used to Europe with never failing sueeess. It wi
thoroughly remove all
'NERVOUS DEBILITY,
sprINAL KIIIL3SIONS
AND
IMPEDIME TS TO MARRIAGE
And will restore the Sufferer and the impotent to a state
of pprfeet mauly - vigor. It will thoroughly eradicate the
(Meets of either
tERCURY or DISEASE,
From wiliest no many thousands are continually suffer
tug without kuottink, a remedy.
The cost of cure is trilitn One bottle will last on
month, and is suitable for either .3,;. Sept free by ma
to all parts of the United States. •
Price, $1 per Battle
D. li. ANDERSON,
ssi Ercsdway, N. Y.
N. B..—A Circular containing full particulars and three.
nous will be sent with each bottle, 8114 fr.',9100 any ad
dress, on application.
LOCAL AGENTS WANTED.
rneattndaw-eod
Addrem,
D ROPOSALS FOR ARMY TRANSPOR-
T TATION.-1-'roposals will be received at the Quar
termaster General's °thee until /2, M. on the Ist day of
au
October next, fur the trsportahou of military supplies
during the year 1160 and lbel, on the following routes:
• 1. F rum Forts Leavenworth and Riley in the Terri
tory of Kansas, front Fort Laramie, in the Territory of
Nebraska, or from any point on the weel 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 establiabediu
the Territory of Nebraskasouth of latitude 4-s deg. north,
in Oregon south of latitude 44 deg. north and east of
longitude 114 deg west, and iu 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 Missouri, to Fort Union in the Territory of New Mei
ieo, or to any other depot that may be designated in that
Territory.
3. From Fort Union, or such other depot as may 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
Fillmore.
The weight-to be transported each year minuet be less
on either of the routes than one hundred thousand
pounds, nor more on route 'than ten millions of pounds,
and ou routes 2 and 3 than bee minima 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 reaideuce, arid 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
lst day of January, MO; aud transportation may be
demanded at may finis for the whole weight to be trans
ported during the year on all or either of the mutes,
they will be required to have places of busines or agen
cies at or in the vicinity of Fort Leavenworth, Fort Lar
smie, and Fort Union, or other depot in New Mexico, at
wh im, th e y may be communicated with promptly and
readitv.
proposal must be accompanied bki'guarantee,
signed by three or more persona known oranttsfactorily
certified to the Quartermaster General, setting forth that
if the party proposing shall be awarded the contract,
they will enter an obligation forits faithful performance.
Proposals wilt be endorsed as follows: Proposals for
Anal Trensportethin, none win be entertained un
less-they fully comply with all the stipuletiens set forth
in this advertisement '
, •
The right is reserved of rejecting any or all the bids
that may be made.
QIII/ATERIII.SIIIIt drtran's OPTICY,
Washington, June 27, 1859.
jytniwaftOctl
B. C. & J. H. SAWYER,
lIIIIMMOILISS Of •,
LARD OIL, CANDLES,
?gip, Toilet and RUSIII Soaps,
co. 47 Wood. Street, plttalburgh, Pa.
WHIT.CBETA4 *---50 trusliVr sale by
WM. E. it &
s.r~ s ~~4'lr4~tls._ ~:~
_ p• THE
PITTSBURGH, FT. WAIME AND
CHICAGO RAitiloki), >
Completed from Pittsburgh to Chicago
WOODRUFF'S SLEEPING CARS ATTACHED TO AL
THE NIGHT TRALNS.
THROUGH WITHOUt CliztlCos 0,611t4
ON AND Y AFTER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15th, 1859
Trains will leave tlie Station, corner of Liberty and
Grant streets; Pittsburgh, 11 S follows: ,
Leave Pittsburqh. Crestline. Fort Wayne
Express. libls A. 11. 5:50 a. x. Id/1 r.
15:50 a. u.
Express P. 8:45 P. x. '2:3:i L Y .
ARRIVE AT CHlCAGO—Express, 0:47 P. BIT Iff,
8,1; A. Y.
RETURNING.
ARRIVE AT PITTSBURCIA—SIaiI i B'..* P.A.; Ezpr
3:30 ms E.xpretis. WA A. - 4 •
ACCOMMODATION , TRAINS; from•Yedetral street,
Allegheny, for New Brighton, 9.:.10 A. At, and 6:2) P. AL
From " 015 " " 1210
•
Through trains connect a Si follows :
At Alliance, with trains on the I.:level:old and Pittabittrgb
At Orrville, Ohio, • to and from Miltersbnig, Akron, - Cuy
hogs Falls, etc.
At Mansfield, Ohio, for Mount Vernon, Shelby, San
dusky, Toledo,itroit, etc.
At Crestltne, for Delaware. Springfield, Columbus, Cin
cinnati, Xenia, Dayton, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Louis
ville, etc.
At Forest, for Springfield, Sandusky, Dayton, Cincin
nati, etc., etc.
At Lima. for Sidney. Dayton, Cincinnati, etc., etc.
At Fort Wayne, for Peru, Lafayette, Ind., St. Louis, and
intermediate porta in Central Indiana and Illinois.
At Plymouth for Laporte.
At Wauatah fpr all points on the New Albany and Salem
Railroad.
And at Chicago,- with - trains for all points in Illinois.
lows, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
For further information and throrgh tickets apply
J. STEWART, Ticket Agent,
Passenger Station, Pittsburgh
M C. STEVENSON, Ticket Agent,
Passenger Station, Allegheny
Through Tickets for sale at the Ticket Office of the
Company on the line of the Tosii, j to li tl i g o - road, the
United States.
jar., General Passenger Agent, Pittsburgh.
18.59.311.12011E8 AItRANGEBLENT.IBS9 -
..., On and Afierliionday, Apt ll 11th.
Pennsylvania Central .Rallroad.
NINE DAILY TRAINS.
THE THROUGH MAIL TRAIN leaves the Passenger • -
Station every morning,' (except Sundays.) at 2:50 a. a,
stopping only at principal stations between Pittsburgh, •
Johnstown, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and at all regular
stations between Johnstown and Harrisburg, connecting r ..
at Harrisburg at 1 P. a., with train for Ilaltarnore direct,
arriving in Philadelphia at 5:00 e. a. _
THE F,AST LINE leaves daily, (except Sunday) at
0:30 P. a., stopping only at principal Stations, making •
direct connections at Harrisburg for Baltimore, and "
arriving. in Philadelphia or Baltimore at 7= a. a.
THE EX'PRESS TRAIN leaves the Station every
evening at 8:50 P. a.. stepping only at Greensburg, La- . -
trobe,Johnstown, Wilmore, Gallitzin, Altoona, &a., con-
necting at Harrisburg with the train direct for Baltimore,
and arriving in Philadelphia at 10:00 a. a.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS:
THE MAINS - L*OllN WAY PASSENGER TRAIN
leaves daily (except Sunday) g Bkoo o'clock. a. a., stop
ping at all stations, connecting with Indiana Bnuaela
Tram at 10;50 a a., and arriving at Johnstown 1:10 P. a.,
Conemnigh, 1:20 P. a.
TILE 7OHNSTOWN ACCOMSIODATION TRAIN
leaVes daily, (except Sundays,) at '2= P. a, stopping at •
all stations, and running as far as Conemanigh.
FIRST ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek t-.
Bridge leaves daily, (except Sunday.) at 10:40 s. a.
SECOND ACCOMMODATION - TRAIN for Turtle :
Creek leaves daily, (except Snnday,) at 4:30 P. a.
THIRD ACCOAIMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek
leaves daily (except Sunday,) - at 6= P. x.
RETURNING TRAINS arrive iu Pittsburgh as fol- •
lows :—Express, 1.2.:45 P. x; Mail, 11:50 P. a; Fast Line,
1200 A. x; -Johnstown Accommodation, 11:1.10 a. a; First
Turtle Creek Accommodation, 6:50 a. a; Second Ac
commodation, 12:30 e. a; Third Accommodation, 6:15
Y. M.
Trains for Blairsville and Indianaitimaect at Hairs-
Ville Intersection with JohnstoWnWily_Passenger Train
East and West, Express Train West, and the Johnstown
Accommodation Train East and West.
PITTSBURGH AND CONNELLSVILLE TRAINS,
stopping at all stations on th, Pittsburgh and Connell*.
villa Road, leave daily, (Sunday excepted) as follows:
Mall Train, 7:00 a. a; Express Trak., 2:50 v.'s. Return
ing trains from Pittsburgh and Connellsville Road ar
rive at Pittsburgh P 45 21.. a., and 6:15 P. IL
'lle traveling public will find itgreatly to their inter
est, in going East or West, to trace lby the Pennsylvania
Railroad, as the accommodations now offered cannot
be surpassed on any other route: The road is ballasted
with stone, and is entirely free from dust; we can
promise safety, speed-and comfort to all who may favor
this road with their patronage- .
No New York $l3 001 To Baltimore--
Philadelphia,. : ..... /0 00 I Lancaster--
- • Harrieburg. t 7 45. '-
Baggage checked to all stations on the yenneylvania
and to Philadelphia, Bahamoreiltd New York.
Passengers purchasing tickets in 5 31-be charged
ONE-HALF CENT PER MILE in additilkip the Station
rates, except from stations where the COI' any has no
A VO L- 1 - ICE.—In case of loss, the Comiiiny will hold
themselves responsible for personal baggage only, and
for an amount not exceeding sloo.
N. I3.—Then Excelsior Omnibus Line has 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.
Far ticket., applyto - _J. STEWART, Agent,
At the P. H. R. Passenger Station,
On Liberty and Grant streets.
Cleveland & Pittsburgh Railroad.
. .
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY,. April '27,.traing will
leave the Depot of - the Pannsylvinsia Railroad, in Pitts
burgh. as follows • . :
Pittsburgh, Clxdaad and Chicago Lint—Express trains
leaves Pittsburgh at 11115 a. a., and DOS P. for Cleve-.
land, Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit. Milwaukee, Chicago, and
the North West. The 1.7.):. P. IL train connects at Bayard'
with trains fOrall points on the Tuscarawas Branch. .
Passengers desiring to go to Chicago via Cleveland,
most be particular to ask for tickets via Cleveland.
Ricer Line.--Express trains , leave at 115 a. a,and.
1.t5 y. ;. for Wheeling, Zanesville, „Click:44le, Clumv;
bus: arid Cincinnati. !Ile Blab A. train skips at Wells
ville, Steubenville and station? , below Steubenville. Thee
1:01 P. If. train stops at Well:wide and stations below
a/cat Train leaves at 1145_4. if.; stopping ac. Way Sta 2
ions on River Line.
Araninnulation leaves at 5:00 P. If.; running to Wells
title only, stopping at all Way Stations.
Pittsktrah. Cultnnbus and Oincirunitti Short Line via Mew
benrille.—Sast Express at 1515 A. - it., and Express LOS p!
M., for Newark, Columbus, Dayton, Indianapolis, t n-i
cinnati, Cairo, St, Louis, New Orleans, and all points in
the South West.
The Express Train runs through from Pittsburgh to'
Cincinnati, without change of cars. Splendid Sleeping
Cars attached to each Eipreas
Passengers desiring to go to C.olurnbus, Cineuanati:
etc., or any point beyond Columbus, by the short line,
must be particular to ask for tickets via Steubenville.
.P4ggage checked through and handled free of charge
Fare always as low as any , ather route, and comaect
tions certain.
Through Tickets can be procured at Pittsburgh, Her
risburgh, Philadelphia, New York and Boston.
N. R. MYERS, General Ticket Agent,Cleveland.
.JNO. STEWART, Ticket Agent,
ap27 Liberty Street Depot, Pittstrurgb.
1859. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad C0..185i
TIIE BALTIMORE AND OHIO BALL
ROAD COMPANY are now prepared to receive
and forward Merchandise under through bills of ladim -
to and from PITTSBURGH AND THE EASTERN
Rates guaranteed to be equally favorable with those 0:
the - Pennsylvania Railroad Company, or any other line
For information to Tales; RLizihties, etc, etc, appli
cation may be made by letter or in person to ,eithr,
of the undersigned agents:
• ,
At BOSTON,oses Potter, corner State and Washing
ton streets. ,
At NEW YORK, C. W. Perveil, Btottclivay, abovt
the Astor Rouse.'
At PHILADELPHIA,. Calhoun A Conon, cornet
Broad and Cherry streets.
At PHILADELPIILI, Col. Kelly, corner -Sixth anc
Chestnut streets.
At - BALTIMORE, J. T.Tugland, Camden Station.
At PITTSBURGH, J. A.eaughey, Water street.
'tomParticular attention of-merchants, manufacturer.
and shippers' generally, "of Pittsburgh; Allegheny City,
and vicinity, is called to.the faedities of this New Bout
as compared with others, and their patronalMaron
are respectfully solicited. HENRY I).
jallktf General Freight Agent B.A. O. R. R. Co.
VFW . .R.W.TTE VlA.f.yf e 'P. Aj
RAILROAD. _ -
Indianapolis & Cincinnati Railroad.
Connecting at Indianapolis with. Terre Hante, sac
Terre Haute BpdAnon•Bailroad i to St4ionis and Lev
ette and Indianapolis, New A bany and Salem, sac
Michigan Central Roads for CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAhI)
BURLINGTON. and all intermediate points.
Through Freight Train to INDLINAPOLIS, TERRI
HAUTE, LAFAYETTE and PERU. . -
Freights earned from Cincinnati or Liwrinceburg is
less time than by any other route by twenty-four hours
and at as low rates. The only road by which - s.hipmenti
can be, made from ,Cineitinatt- to the West, withou
breaking bulk. • - a
Consignments Made to .LE. GIBBONS, Agent, at Cm
cinnat . n. or, - : W-.8. CUTTINGgent, at Lawrenceburg
will receive prompt' attention, and no charge for tram
mission ; no charge for drayage or co r ystaixrimi at lawn=
t 7Or further inforMatiOn'apply to THOUAS.RATIGAN
(No. 115 Water street,) Agent of the Company who is
prepared to give rrotoron artatters to Indianapolis,Terrt
Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Peru, Greencastle, Craw
fordsville, Charleston,.Parm and Mattoon.
H. C. LORD, Presiden
JNO. F. CHEER, General Freight Agent. mrB
051M35=Tt.
EDWARD DITIIRLDOZ. ELM{ L JUNGWALT.
CURLING; IIO4RTSPN ,S; CO., Manu
Cactarars of Cut, PreakilzuzdPlairi Flint 'GL.A.I
WARE. Warehouse, No. 17 Wood street, 'corner
Front,Pdtchurgh.
Alir All other kinds of T4l.s...sware and Window Wan
st rribritet prices..- [spiLdl]i
A. & F. IitARBURG,,
IMPOR=L9 "Am
CIGAItS,
AND GENERAL COiIIIiSSION MERCHANTS,
NO. 45 , WEST LOMBARD ST., BALTIMORE, ?1D;
We invite the attention 'of the trade tetour lartyl m lC
well assorted stock of German and :Domestic
Our facilities for importingZ as well as the variety o out
assortment are unsurpassed by any house m the State
while large contracts made hr one of the firm during tht
dull times, in Germany, enable us to- holdout extra in
ducetnents to our friends at . seemly-
MA T 8.. 711 LLER'S
. - "eELEERATE - L
sp_ARKLISH HOCK and MOSF.LLE VINES
imported and for mile by W. A. .tt F. MARBURG.
eettlly Bole Agent., Hattintiore, Md.
(.I_..ERMAN HARDWARE AND CLITLE
RY, Imported and for able at low tlgure., by
'tee aLIY W. A. & F. haßasu.RG.Boadamv,
CARTWRIGHT & YOUNG,
(Successors to John cartwrignv
ANTIFACTUREBS AND 11SEPORTER
i l
of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Sur.; teal and Dents;
nstruinents, Guns, Pistols. Fishing Ti+ 4 .k• II
Wood street. They give special attention to the wallas°
fuzing of Trusses,Supporters, etc. Jobbing and tispag
pqnotuality and despatch. NAT