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For CAleerlY, Ethibatons and Circuses.
LARGE ADDITIONS OF NEW TYPE & MACHINERY
HATL9IO ISTCCNTLT lIELIII.L.Di TO TOIO ISTABLISEIMINT,
Tb. facilitiea for turning out Work: with promptness and
despatch c-unnotl4. ex , 011t..11.3 . any ether
°dice in the city.
usings.q Cards.
7. EMMET DAVIS. JOIN P1111.1.1r9 308 E.
[Form of .1. ,!L H. Pi lips.]
DAVIS & PHILLIPS,
ISurces,or, to Phillips A: Co J
Brass Founders and Finishers,
PLUMBERS, GAS & STEAM FITTERS,
MUSES IN
CHANDELIERS, PENDENTS & BRACKETS,
STORE, NO. 07 IVOOD STREET,
'FOUNDRY A_ND SHOP, No. 14.8 FIRST ST.
oc8:ly
Pitt .burgh, Pa.
S. B. & C. P. MARKLE,
)IiTITFterOHLIRS OF
Printing, Job and all Kinds of Wrapping
PAPER,
IWAREHOUSE, NO. 21 WOOD STREET,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
40 - nags bought at market . pno,•s. myB
PHILLIPS & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WHARF BOAT PROPRIETORS AND
SHIPPING AGENTS of Illinois Central Flan
road. Mark Goods, in all cases, to our care.
DoZ'Aydaw—Jlo
ti
FLEMING, successor to L. Wilcox
•TJ & Co, corner of Market street and the liummlid,
!thew isonetantiv on hand a full assortment
MEDICLNES,SII,ICIICE CH I..WPS, PERFUM ERI ,
ally articles pertaining to the tinsine,..s.
Aar-Physicians' Preecriptions carefully compounded
at all hours.
WALT= P. MARSHALL ...10SLPH LAUGH.
WP. MARSHALL & CO., Import,rs
and Dealers in French and American PAPER
HANGINGS, N 0.87 Wood etreet, Pittsburgh.
lEir Sala agents fair the celebrated mannfactures of
Messrs. Delieourt & Co., Paris. au7
RAMER, J. •XIMBSON.
REY.7iIER & ANDF:Ii. , “,)N, (successors to
Joshua Rhodes & Co. wholesale dealers ill FOR
EIGN FRUITS, NUTS, SPICES, CoNFECTIoNERY,
SUGARS, &e., No. 89 Wood street, opposite the St
Charles Hotel, Pitt,burgh.
J m
LITTLE,
MERCHANT
NO. 54 ST. CLAIR STREET/ 4
(Dr. Irish's New Building,)
PITTSBURGH
FULTON, BELL AND BR ASS
A. FOUNDER, No. TO SECOND Street; Pittsburgh,
a., is prepared to furnish to order,
CHURCH, STEAMBOAT, FACTORY AND OTHER
BELLS, OF ALL SIZES,
From 10 to 10,000 pounds.
CHIME BELLS - made to order. STOP AND GAUGE
COORS of all siaea for Steamboats.
MINERAL WATER PUMPS, COUNTER RAILINGS,
and every variety of Brace Castings finished in the
neatest manner.
Ai" BABBIT'S fANTI-ATTRITION bIETA ; FUL
TON'S PATENT MERALLIC PACKING, fur Steam
.ales.
ap23:l v
L T WILCOX,
APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST,
Cbrner ,smithficki and Fcr,th S'fred
swells the Retail Drug Bunes at the
above e anown stand, establishedsi s
by me iu
1848, (lately known as J. Abel h Co')s and having
enlarged and improved the same, I shall endeavor, by
close personal attention and careful supervision of the
business, to merit a contualau ee of the patronage here
tofore so liberally bestowed. Pure anti unadulterated
medicines alone will kept, and a full assortment ef
arUcles usually sold u, ling dives eNtabluilltnonts
always be on hand. will
Prescriptions accurately compounded at all hours.
sir Country Physicians furue4tied with pur e meal.
eines at lowest prices. L /X,
nol Corner Smithfield and Fourth streets.
SAMUEL FAHNE,STOCK,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Foreign and Domestic Hardware,
No 74 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 Stutters, and a very large stock of
Sleigh Bells, loose and on strings, of a much superior
quality to that usually sold in the market, all of which
will be !told on the lowest terms.
se27 SAMUEL, FAHNESTOCE.
COUNTRY RESIDENCES FOR SALE.-
A valuable property of SIX acres, with a good dwel
ling house, oreleu-d and garden, three-fourths of a mile
from the City, $5,500. Also, a desirable property of 20
Wrath at four miles from tl,e city, with good brick dwel
ling house, 560 fruit tree..., grapes and small fruits, $6,000.
Also, an.excellent property ot acres, good house
1010
fruit trees, &c.; situate at 4 miles from the city, $2,500.
The above aro all in healthy and pleasant locations, cad
immediate possession can be
S. CUTHBERT & SON,
Jew Real Estate Agents, 61 Market st.
_ _
T -
EAS.—A choice selection of Black and
Green Teas, in store and for sale Wholesale or Rie
WI. at the Pagoda Tea Store, corner of the Diamond
and Diamond elley.
fen
HAWORTH & BROWNLEE.
ACARONI.-25 boxes Italian;
aLAII-25 do do;
25 dozen genuine, in quarts .
n
received ;
5 0 do is pints;
1316 32 Wood 8
flask" just and for sale by
REYEIER & ANDE '
t, Charl es I
AfEA Loice
re:AvMeal; 30 bbls. Cboiee Unsi Corn Meal juvt
ec( and for sale by rner 0 JAMEShur k IdEliZrEas.
~ ~ ~~
71 • for EM B
HA. Isa:
MY 00
Volels and gestattrants.
Ta 0.... GILAILUI
B. D. DiAssre,
SCOTT HOVSE,
Cor. Irwin street and Duquesne Way,
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
MARKER
,& GRAHAM,
PROPRIETORS.
CORNUCOPLE RESTAURANT,
BY ELI YOUNG, FIFTH BTREET.
THE ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS
and other, is directed to this establishment. m hick
has been recently fitted up for theurpose of affording
a SUBSTANTIAL EATING HOUSE IN A cENTRAL
LOCATION. Country folks attending market are par
ticularly invited to coll. Everythingpertaminp. to an
EATING SALOON will always he found, of the freshest
the market affords. ap2s,daw
CLINTON HOUSE,
UsTIOsr•TOIPJr, Pennsylvania,
JOHN BIEBER, Proprietor.
THIS WMMODIOUS AND PuPULAR
HOTEL, after being refitted and furnished through
out, with elegant furniture. is now ready fur the reeep.
Lion of guests. The Itolroad from Connellsville to
Uniontown will be finished early in July, time affording
a cheap and pleasant mode of traveling to persons wish
ing to eseape the heat cud smoke of Pittsburgh during
the heated term. This /lOW. 19 situated withal a few
moment, drive of the celebrated Fayette Springs, and
the proprietor is determined to spare neither trouble or
expense in rendenng those who visit him comfortable.
purges moderate.
EETuN's OLD sTi ND,
IN THE DIAMOND,
JOHN SAVAGE, Proprietor
Having taken and fitted up, with till the modern im
provements, thin popular re -.ort. the pre
pared to accommodate his old cu-wrier, rind the pull..'
generally. with the Le,t the merket lith.rds. I , y,..rs
it ill Le nerved up lit every variety 01 ,t) dui-Hie the
season. His Wit :es. Liquors and Al..- h o . 1 , ..1 , , , nade1a
111 recommending to the public for their exeellen.,.
nololy
..P.,S-CF.,1_,5.10 F
OYSTER AM) EATING HOUSE,
NO. 111 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH.
SrIitILI+ALC AND IILTALL Lol,Llas IN
LAKE AND EASTERN FISH,
FREnH PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMoRE
WILT, (,nIE,
All In their Proper Season
no2C] (.4EO. REIN ENI A N
MANSION II( lIIS DI. Al' EVEZ,
Prv,pnetor, No, 34.1 Liberty t. it; d desale the
i'n , senger Dept.t of the Pena, It mirk natlht el.. he It
makes It the Int,d eohnument mhe t t tiy tot IA
.euge, arriving by that toad.
The proprietor harm), at eton,devaltle evitentat. htted
tip. in ttroullent style. the MANtt , lt \ lit tl's}-1...011,1 fe
apeettully sobeit a share ol !albite pdtrohttee There is
attached a .plendal STABLE no, .'at-r..vo 1) .nf.
ISHII, alit/riling ample aroommodatton to to, elet s and
teamster.. tie Larder and liar will td form -10 , 1 a 1),
the best the market eon attar.). )
,Aldermrtt.
CHARLES W. LEWIS, ALDERMAN,
Am. e3amC7o strnue op Tut PEICI.
OFFICE oN THE CoRNER oF 11.1 E ANI
Firm! STItErIN.
///5r All businesx eouneet...l with till, nth •o w,ll le. at
tended to With promptooo, conventenve. o 1 all kind
done With lewld aeettraey --.111.h a. I Ntortgwe,-,
POW, of Attorney, tie I tile. to Real F.,tat.
examined.
It/ the member of the U,r he tender+ fo%
Commis,oner to bake I Autis to th
he read in a
everd Cl.rtN of the+ State, a nd c'..eu hero It,. ~the
one of the main tel , tithoa. 0. thr. ar,.l
- , Nuently toN exeentalL;
Mud are eery deeirahle tell,
BAILEY 4 CO.,
BAILEY A KITCHEN,
Have rethovtei to their non Klan , Mtri.ie
$l9 CIIIESTNET STR EET
North Side, Below the Girard House,
PHILADELPHIA,
NV hero y ur, uL•sc k •
Imported JCNI fry, Plated Wares. and
rancy Good•
To wtoett they o t t,te the . 1 1, 'T111•.1/
Sliver-Ware, %V ate hr•, Innmoattsda. Pearls
AT IT 1101.EFA IS. AN, RET A I
mrILIAn
.111)1IN 7'IIII3IPNiON it CO.,
House, Sign and Ornamental
PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS,
No. 135 Third Street,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
I)ESILVEIi'S N.l-.11 . I.\ll'l.lt 11.
:41iErr C•f-"klIE ' , 1.) I .11" ti
-an, a tall Mali a? Enrop••, ..”1110•,•• • • o
dada and 1....thar.1). srhi Italy . :be ~
' , tidied ill alto ape imperial *heel. •t,e. tat Fit
furnishing reliable I.
4,11111/i Iw proomed W.,111 any other o hi- ititi•til
iittito roma., carentiti I.
Ike k
te, reliable authora....:ll ine thoid,,ingtli it.o arm,
!*1.1,1 lIJ le% of th.• 11.1)..., of l•rod •o•.••1.1,t
-„r the Leaders and the ..ppustiigiarithe. :14
the present ....vele eurre.l and hatel.....e.
trait, or Nap.de.a. 111. Fitipepd Fritter • Ale"
tinder 11., Emperor of nil the Rdis-ta , , Prat - lel-J0...1,d 1 ,
I•linoror of Aiodila, and \ naor 1,11.1/1../ II . -o
St. ti p inta. For II t\ 1...7),
ehrtle: awl I lard, an.l
)larkel and `1...•0nil
Jh111.1.1N4 It, 1 , 1( ) NtiN6A111.:1,.1
11/ PLANINti 6111,1...w0u1d tilr,,illl 11,4•
plIblIC that /1.• Inns rebuilt tile, and hai:u t .,
••t,
large.] tits estahluditnent. and tilled a With Lilt. m i ta tit,
mint sportive, machines, I. 1., 1,.,
r 11.41 iilN,ring and planed board.. sna te
hawing, doors, sash sad shutters. kiln dried, Il
111011111 i
tltngs. box-making. ,te
Mo}Ott-burgh, Keptentlair 7, 'alOG RI CEl{lE.ti. -
100 lank. New ...lean,
(.0 Lilds Crushed
do I 'ollee do,
Fla•lynolz . .. Syrup.
11.6, .1,, cli.o.a• New 1 /rivato.
la tierce, pinta Rioo, fo r
W If , Nlll H h t
ap2f3 liN Bee., 11.1. and 147 1. rot!! -treota
•
1(E ---AgOttago 111111 , ...
room, large yard and Iwo 1111/1., 11-.111 !Iv
city, 141 lilt, Braddock', Field Piaui, Road. f.. po 111-,1111.
E., Rent—A dwelling lua, of rune it) tteru•
of ground, garden, fruit tree,, ete, near Mlllee...ville--
$lll.Oll a year.
For (tent—A hags and enmfortable Itoti-..• on en
mitt street, eleven room,. gas told aaller• -6 . dru
For Rent—A large dwelling gal lieu, shade
trees etc, carnage hon., and viable, on Bank 1.10.11.,
Wien) , City—s3oo.
For Rant—A warehouse on Water street.
For Rent—A small store root. on Third 'treed
Apply to d . CUTHBERT & StiN,
p. 121 61 Market streek
UItItIGN NUTS—
, ioo Frail Ira.. Almonds, son shell
1U hides Borde a ux
60 hogs English Walnuts,
hie Filbert,
64.1 Was. !resit Pecan :sat.:
60 bags Brardlian Crean. Nut, ;
1000 bush. biround Nuts;
WOO Cocoa Nuts;
dual received and for Kale hp
61;R A ANl.Elt'itiS,
mrlo
100 bus. Dried Apples
20 • •Dned Apples—pared ,
75 Dried Apples--nnp.
- 15 dozen Corn Brooms;
50 boxes No. 1 Starch
100 bus. White Beaus;
300 bundles Crown, Medium Double Crown
Wrapping Paper, in store and for sale by
JAMM A. FETZER,
11:1 Corner Market and First street&
COFFEE.— . 2OO sacks
,j landing and
for sale by W5l. 11, SMITH
ap'26 Seeond lin,! Front , treets
SHAWL DRESS Oool); : „ N
Work, Mournin g awl very
G. 11ANSuN I iyE,
fe2 No. 74 Market street
JOSEPH HORN No. 77 Mark,.t Streo,
received another lot of the NEW MATINEE
SKIRT, and Douglass k Sherwood's superior SKEL
TON SKIRTS, with the adjustable BuNtle. tide
and gray Mechanic Corsets, in all sizes. ie2l
. .
No :19 "0.1
0p...01t0
FIRST OF THE SEASON.—Ioo
Sweet Oranges, received this day—for into by
RFYMER & ANDERSON,
fen
N 0.39 Wood Street
Opposite the St. Charles Hole!.
ER I ES.—Everything commonly
a G ndu ßk , i L l :i. (2 2 , ..u rw a i !TLlEL L 4 .., s ta W h h h o st l , t m .mil eu e t, a , n .a d n ß: e tni to l w Or o o n c tel ry .
Mon ream:amble terms, at
fe2l HAWoRTH & BROWNLEE'S,
SARAT OW Inn
OG WA TER.—A supply of Con
greys tit,rJu j : Water, fresh from
s ara t oga , just received sad fu r sale hy
WILCOX,
aps —
litruthliehl an.' Fourth al.
SYRUPS.—
DUO dozen Lemon Syrup;
10 do Raspberry Syrup ;
10 do Strawberry Syrup ;
10 do Pine Apple Syrup—fur mai
130TATOES.-135 b'
Male by (mr2O)
Icy— - -
bbls. to arrive, and fo
HENRY H. OA,LiNS,
BROWN'S SHAKER VALERIAN — .--
mr. i.rr i, oz, for sale by B. A. FAMNESTUCIi.
Corner of Wood and Fir,t. rtreein.
_
SYRUP AND MOLASSES.-
23 bids. New York Golden Syrup;
5) N. O. Molasses, in oak barrelss,, in store
and for sale by HA WORTH & BROWNLEE,
Ce2l
in the lhamond.
PEAK E RS .—Sargent's Primary Speaker;
kJ Sargent's Intermediate Speaker
Sargent's Standard Speaker
Zaebo's New American Speaker,
Frost's o
'Me Little Speaker,
Columbian Orator;
Fowles' 100 Dialogues, for sale by
J. IL WELDIN,
selo 63 Wood stre et, near Fourth.
R. W DIN' ' 303 PEN, for :.ale at
• 601 NO. 68 WOOD-ST.
patents.
THE LAST FAST.
THE CLIMAX GRAIN FAN.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVING BOUGHT
the right to manufacture, in Alleghn and Arm
rtrong counties, the -Climax Grain and S e a l Fan, the
factory wal he found at MUNN .1c BARTON'S, corner of
Boyd street and Fourth street road. Farmers will find
it to then. advantage to rail and ace thorn. They take
the premium everywhere that they have been shown.
They are neat, cheap and the tamest ever known.
W. INGLIS,
noCidydew J. STACY.
COLLAPSING DRINKING CUPS.-
A BEAUTIFUL ARTICLE FOR SHOOTING MEN
They are easily carried, and yet when expanded form
one of the best Drinking Cups carried. To be had at
.
BOWN & TETLEY'B,
sale No. 130 Wood at.
Aorwarding and r4ommission.
WILLIAM 11. Y EATO.N,
Commission Merchant,
NO. 216 SOUTH FRONT STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
Agent for tieni.orl; A ro
Comps., Arn,turaron flaynno nmp, SO-
W." ‘V .new, ifraudno, et,, m ru.toni /ion, an.l iu
~711 y•
JOHN MOORHEAD,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
FOR TILE SALE OF
PIG METAL ANI) BLOOMS,
No. 71 WATER STREET, BELOW MARKET,
Jal4 PI TTSBURG 11, PA.
1859. Second Arrival 1859.
OF
CARPETS ANI) OIL CLOTHS,
AT THE
FOURTH STREET CARPET STORE,
PTITSBURGIL PA.
WI). .1: H. McCA LLUM RESPECT
. FULLY announce that they are receiving
seem/it supply of CARPETING, selected directly from
the Importers and Manufacturera, by one of the
now iu the Emit, to which they Invite the attention of
purchaaera. Also, a new style of CANTON MATTING.
for Summer Parlors. The latest make of CARPET
i 4 WEEPERS, etc., etc., which tibial be offered at the
lowest rates. [Je9J W. U. & P. IitcCALLUM.
,T-icE TO GENTS.—We havo on hand
A LAW. STtirK OF
Gent's Patent Leather and French Calf
CONGRESS GAITERS,
Aud STRAP SHOES, winch wo are a oiling low, 01
31 FIFfII STREET
W. E. SCIIIIERTZ & CO
I 20(1—F OR SAL E.—A dwelling
house of bull, tlYe'rootns and cellar, on
Ann street, Allegheny, wall lot of grollrld 20 feet front
by 110 deep to Robinson street. Also, a cottage house
on Robinson street. Pr for all; $l2OO. Terms easy.
1e2.55. CUTHBERT & Stiti, 01 Market et.
T t;As ifie EXTRA VI NE QUALITY
SELLING VERY LoW.
The best aseortinent in the city will always he found e,
THE PEKIN TEA STORE,
No. 38 Fifth Street, Near Wood.
S. JAYNF.S.
5/1
GH. AY ER'S WORM CON F ECT
N-F for sale by
HARTIVELL A SHEPHARD, Druggists,
fen Corner Wood and Sixth etreeta
WINNER'S COLLECTION or music
FOR THE VIOLIN, consisting of
CoTTILLIONS,
SCHU'ITISCHE,
QUADRILLES,
POLKAS, WALTIES, MAREFIES, HORNPIPES, ILEEL, FANCY
DANCES, and other popular airs, arranged iu an easy man
ner for the violin, by S. Winner. Price to cents. Copies
mailed on receipt of price. For sale b . y.
je2s JOHN H. MELLOR, 81 Wood street.
REA L JAPAN BLACKING.—This ines
umame composition, with half the usual labor, pro
duct-a a most. brilliant jet black, affords nourishment to
the leather, and is free from any, unpleasant smell. For
sale wholesale or retail, by
JUS. FLEMINC;,
corner Diamond and Market etreet
BROWN'S ESSENCE OF JAMfIJA
GINGER—An excellent family medicine, for sale
wholesale and retail, by JOS. FLEM LNG,
le3o corner Market st. and Diamond.
— ERRING-10 bbls. Eastport, new;
10 do Alewives', do
W . Bl. H. SMITH d CO.,
118 Second, and 147 Front streets.
Per sale by
jeai
UNDRI IRON-50 tons Lake Superio
Foundry Iron, to arrive and for sale by
HENRY H. COLLINS.
INDOW CURTAINS—At Wholesale
and Retail, for sale by
mrle • • W P. fttsn.qta otiLa COL
professional
CHARLES W. WINGARD
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
LOcKiLiVr.N, CLLVTON CO, PLNm'A.
-Also radices in Lycoming, Centre, Clearfield,
and Cambria enuntioa. au!la
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
touctner in tine practice of the haw, under the
fine of SIMPSON 9 RIPPEY.
Office, No. 94 FOURTH STREET.
E. SIMPSON,
0 11. RIPPEY
j AMES A. DUN LEV Y,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC
OFFICE—No. 91 GRANT STREET.
C .A. R 3Z)
SCOTT, DENTIST
.P• fia.” removed to the liouie lately occupied by
Dr. W. A. WARD,
No. '27S Penn St
(South eide) third door above Hod street
/lei- Ottioo floor. from I) A. M. WI 6 P. M. fookly
JAMES S. KING,
DENTIST,
HAS REThli A' El , HIS (oFFIrE AND DWELLINti 1
No. 100 Fifth Street,
CORNER uP CHERRY ALLEY
Where LH patron• and friend.. are int - Ited to rail.
fe1 . 2.1y
JAMES A. \V RI E., Attorney at Law,
Ft,erth 'trees, l'ataborph, t.agsareu Month
-Ih-1.1 mid Clo All.•y. drllay
I, Surgeon I )en i,t stweessor to
W. Biddle, N 0.141 Snothttrld qtreet.
14r t 'Shoe hour, from eight t.. I o'clooll, and from '2
to a i,..•liwk. fenly
aims and Signors.
W NI. CLAYTON & CO.,
WIJOLLYALt AND RETAIL
LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
No. •11 DIAMOND ALLY,
NF% It /II S I lIEET,
PITTSBURG"), PA.
linn.i. lllliekl.erry. Cherry and Cognac
Brniehe. t MoueereLLeln, un.l IZ,VIIIied Whisky, ell
E. I'. :lIIDDLETON & HBO.
I NIPI IItTEKS OF
WINES, BRANDIES, &c.
ALSO hi:ALI:Rs IN
•
Fine ()Id WlkisLies,
N( ). 5 NDItTli FitoNT s'FREET,
j .-I Iv i PIIIL9 Pk:l.l'll'A.
JOIEV RR4R Ai ('O.,
lAALLIIII IN
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AN I) RECTIFYING DISTILLERS,
No. 155 Liberty. Street, mrgh, Pa.
Alen). ee 6nn,l. V. ale.. /Irnt, Le, en, Ikleneeelle
h.l Lle-rry, Chem y,
IL.- ilf
Zobarro and egars.
w 1,. RINEHART,
TV .
vwur tc-nR. AND DEALER In ALL SINDS 011
TOBACCO. SNUFF AND SEGARS
N 0; .1 , STREET
IiSTHAL,
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS
AND
Virginia Chewing Tobacco,
WOOD STREET,
lurniture
111 PORTA T Ai writ .E
N I.N , Etzt
I. rt. r!lt r. t.; I,[ll bn
• Itr, I u‘ It) 1.. , N% it 111 ••,,
FURNITURE,
I I
MEE
VANN'S'', NW, Far ,E
11.• f.tr rout to+ Clitottot etni Chtur
Nia“, or 111 I.l.rt.tin,l
1t , t11.1.it," Pint,
•,11 t1,1111.11/0
Peer- ~ n. W.. 111 eel Furniture will find th. n rary
From 10 to 2. per Cent
1,(o1\ \ I
11. 11. RYAN,
t. 7 itn.l 09 Firm !.+Titt.-1.1
JAMES W. WOODWELL.
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
I . ,IMBRACING every ittyle tif Furniture
.12,4 1 - to,,ottd, Maltu t oo, tutti W:thott, .tittatle
P." ha, • %/16 I I tontig litottnti, attlits.l ro RU)
!sott, ltok Anti Ploktielpflot t nit.l tti
IA ;WEIC
Every article 111.1 a• by hand, and AVarranted
air Cat tillet Maltt.r+ muittrbud with au) kittantity
Fitruttnrc and Chaus, on reatiouublo let nu. Holt
tt.! fortnAlt,l at the shortest twttct.
77 and 71.t.Ttlird ,trout, i t antburgli,
torl.ly•I
()Innings.
JOII% S. SHAFFEIRLS
Carriage and Harness RepOsitory,
NOS. 7 AND :"‘„„
IoIANItiNI, ALLEY ASIA S'Ei'EET,
BETWEEN TII F. DI A 31(,\D AND I.IIIF.HTE ST.,
ITI"I'SI3IIit4-ri, PA.
41ohi and boll:411 , k 'on ronumgsion.
!Chin. rlug dor, from tLu tsmotry
»di twd n large uss.,rtment ..1
cARRIA , ,ES, firiiiiiES AN! HARNESS,
pl.m+u tLum , beth Et". to 1 1u:day:and price
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY
EASTERN REPOSITORY.
JOSEPH WHITE
HAS JUST RECEIVED AT HIS RE-
P, HITuICY, situated near the Two Mile Run, be
la ern Pittsburgh and Lawrenceville, a splendid and gene.
rid assort :nest of carriages, Buggies, Sulkies, etc. His
arrangenicuts ars such that Im in constantly receiving
nee and second baud vehicles, laid the public ninny rely
on
always finding a good stock ou hand. Hu also tuau
'Actor, to order uu short notice,
RRI AG ES, B Uthi I ES,
and all pertaining to the busluess. With eighteen yearn
Flroplacal experience the business, and his well known
facilities, lie flutters himself that he otters great induce
meats to purchaser,.
44- The establishment is located on the route of the
Excelsior Omnibus Line of Coaches, passing the door
every fifteen minutes. sel4:dew
C. WEST & CO.,
CARRIAGES,
ROCKAWAYH, BUGGIES, SULKIES AND SLEIGHS
No. 197 Penn Street, Pittsburgh, Pb
Ark- All work warranted to be of the best materials
and workmanship. mylllytha
0 III) 11 PEI 1411:'\/Matt'' il 1 f WI 1
NO. 65 FOURTH STREET,
CHARTEBEDA'N 1855
OPEN DAILY, from 9 to 2 o'clock ; also,
on Wednesday end Saturday evenings, from May
Ist to November lot, from i to 9 o clock ; and from No
vember Ist tolfay lot, from 6 to 3 o'clock.
Deposits received of all sums not less .than Ore
DOLLAR, and a dividend of the profits declared twice a
year, in June and December. Interest has been de
clared semisitunually, in June and December, since the
Bank was organized, at the rate of six per cent. a year.
Interest, if not drawn out, is placed to the credit of
the depositor as principal, and bears the same interest
from the first days of June and December, compound
ing twice a year without troubling the depositor to call or
even topreseut his pass book. At this rate, moneg will
double to lees tnan twelve years, making, in the aggre
gate me in AND OV-LIALY PCB CONT. A YZAR.
Books containing the Charter, By-Laws, Bolen and
Regulations, furnished gratis, on uppliednun at the
office
PILLSIDINT.
GEORGE A LIHIER
PaIidIDLNTS.
John H. Shoenberger
Hopewell Hepburn,
Alexander Bradley
James Bbidle,
James L. Kelley James Herdrnan,
Robert Robb, A. H. Pollock, H. 1).,
leant, H. Pennock, 'William P. Lavel y
William J. Anders '
Hill Burgwin, on.
THUSTILS.
John G. Backofen, P. A. Madeira,
John B. Canfield, John IL Atelier,
J. Gardiner Cottiu, James B. D. Meads,
Alonzo A. Carrier, James M'Auley,
David Campbell, Walter I'. Marshall,
John S.Cosgrave, Wilson Miller,
Charles A. Colton, Henry L. Ringwalt,
William Douglas, John M. Sawver,
Francis Felix,
rit irntatleatteri
George S. Solden,
Benj. L. Fillineslaetr, John D. Scully,
James W. H
T A 1 1 vi w ta b u n d h e i
Hallman,
William S. Haven, .
Charlet, final', Isaac W lower.
BICILITAIT asu TREellatnl.
CHARLIIS A. COLTON
WM. H. WILLIAMS & CO
Bankers and Exchange Brokers
Wood Street, corner of Third,
PITTSBURGH, PENN'A
DITNCA.N, SHERMAN & CO.,
BATS FtS,
Corner of Pine and Roseau Sts., Now York,
1,...,0 Letters of Credit mud Circular Notes fur travelers,
avallahlu in all the cld lei of the Cant e d st t e e y,
the We India Islands, etc., similar to thou m ~,,ei,
extensive use ID Europe. 111110:2111
snits TOO, D. LOOXL,
AUSTIN LOO3IIS I)eulers in
Proms e.ory Notes, liond,, Mortgages, and all Se
t unties fur money.
lousy loaned on Checks at short dates, with collateral
securities.
NOI'I..N AND DRAFTS BOUGLIT AND SOLI,.
Persons desiring Loans ran be ammtntriodated r
ressonable terms, and capitalist." can ts, furnished wl ,
good noeunties at rern tmeret lye pr,.
Also, attend to the Salo, Renting ate] lAtiming of Re
Estate.
ottme, No. 92 FOI. 7 RTII STREET. agave Woo.].
tritaly At'Sl'lN I tolllls. Notary PiMlie-
• lI()LME.S A: SUNS Bankvia and Ex
chae tirokon4, and I 4ealery in N otes, Drafts.
Aereptaucesn, g
Orold, Sliver and Bank Note. EL::hang.:
on the Ezotern and NVemteru Cue— e.e.tantly for -:de.
1L:411,h.. male in all the rate, thrello,lll the
Utille.l Btatna. Ilepetil4 I - 1,1 . 1 red Ili pat fund-, or cur
rent paper, No. 67 Market street beta een Third and
Fourth ntreeta.
Graters.
WILLIAM LIAGALEA,
WHOLESALE GROCER,
Nos. 18 and 20 Wood Stroot4
PITTSBURGI
M H.
.IVa P. I N
WM. 11. SMITH Si. CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCESIS
118 SECOND AND 147 FIRST STREETS,
Pittsburgh, Pa
MLA H01t..... ktln; rvwx, Paint urn h .
MILLER & RICKETSOI,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
BRANDIES, WINES AND SEGARS,
Nt ANb (Ur NER "F LIPERTY AN
lb:11'1N FT REE-rs,
S[) sO R E.l TS .OR
SWEARER'S CITY GLASS
PITTSBITRGII,
ron, Nails, Cotton Yarns, dc., Sr., Con
stantly on Hand. [ rs
EMI=
M'CANDLESS, MEANS & C 0.,:
parcLii6as To wrci a beetn,r, I
WHOLE SALE GROCERS
IKON, NAILS, WASS, COTTON YARNK
AND PITTSBUROII MA'' UFAI"I [TREY:QV:ERA LLY
n, of Ir.ol and Miter &reels
pirrsitrki di. Pi
Lnspitana.
WEST BRANCH
Mutual Insurance Company,
LOCK lIAVEN, CLINTON COUNTI
CHARTERED BY TIIE LEGISLATURE OF PENN-
SYLVANIA.
Cash $.300,000 Premium n 32,343
pills COMPANY WILL INSURE UN
j. Buildings, 15 tercliandize, Furniture, Sr., in town or
country.
Lammas :—Tion. J.. 1. Pearce, J. It. Ball, T.T. Abram ', ,
Hon. U. C. Harvey, Vila. Grist, U. K..lnekum. Chas. A.
Mayer, Peter Dickson, W. White. Thomas liitehen.
BUN. G. C. HARVEY, President.
'F. T. Atauxs, Vice President.
KITCHZ.9, Secretary.
J. A. LIPPERT, Agent,
. de22 No. CA Fifth street.
MONONGAHELA
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF PITTSBURGH
JAMES A. HUTCHISON, President
HENRY M. ATWOOD, Secretary
OFFICE, No. 98 Water Street
WILL INSURE AGAINST ALL KINGS OF FIRE
AND MARINE HNKS
ASSETS—MAY '.fire, 1859.
Stock, Due Ms, payable on demand, and se
cured by two approved names 5115.660 00
• •
Bills Receivable- 30,645 24
Bills 10scounted Mk 00
llb shares Mechanics' Bank Block, coat 6,165 00
100 " Citizens' Bank. " " 5.175 00
40 " Exchange Bank " " 2,050 00
50 " Bank of Pittsburgh " " 2.750 00
Balance of 13ouls Accounts 11,054 00
Office Furniture 400 00
Cash
6-1,113 04
V.13D163 31
HENRY M. ATWOOD, Secretary.
DIRECTORS:
James . A. Hutchison,
WM. N. Holmes, Ge°r7 - e A. / I "rtT.
, Robert Dal,ll,
William Rea •
Wilson Mille Joseph Hirkpatriek,
Job AN*, at,
Wm. A. Caldwell,
•
ndemnity Against Loss by Fire.
THE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
, lIPA NY OF PHILADELPHIA 'N0.43.5
and 437 CH E . -A . :\ UT SIREET, ot•or itt1.....-
sturcxerrr or Am.srrs, .14.xtrea, I'4
PlailE.l.o,l 4.i.tothit, to .111 Art tf tedup
Fit-t Mortgagos,tonply secured. 11,73469 b 9
Real E.:tate, (present rd.) coot. .77.7C4 71
Tetni..,rory Loon. on alnpl, 'tai h 5.1,10 1:9
5. , ••4;, 71.:;47
Kikd 4,5405 40
4:4007 3,1
Tio• only pont, frontpronoun, nlool l otapany
can .11,1.1.. L.) lan, are from 1,,1,, iro-n .1,
111 H .I.le on every 41foolaption Pr.bp.erty, in
Town and 4.:lnintry. al rIltv•::, t•iin,..t,n/
anal).
Sine« their ini•orpericiiig. a t/eriiel of thirty year,.
t/..-y paid 10. .hr VI,. le .an 11111.111 it e‘oecifititz
:111 thereii) e/ ttletc, el
tire ttdrautagert of Iltrgrauve, writ tt/cahltit)
dISIN,itiOn Ili meet with promrtiie,, all liabilitiea.
I,o=st, pact during the y «:u
DIULCIONII
Itrit, M.,r.leciu I
W.,471/.•r,
Java, R. snut L, Edx
laurgt W.
CHAS. N. BANCRER, Presklea.
iW A El• (' DA I.E. Vice Pre,pit-tit.
10 M. A. STEEL. S..4l,iiirypro Win.
RiiNER CoFFIN
Norihoip.t
turner Third Woii ,
d
FIRE INSURANCE
BY THE.
Reliance Mutual Insurance Co.
Of Phllndelpllll4
ht Limit,' or Poriwtual,
1/7.4•, Furmtore.&,.., in L o a o r c,,uxitr .) .
OPl'll 'I? No. ll' .1 L r T .STI:R.Er.
COITII.. 41/77.03/.
IL,I 'L., vi.
fa01t,,, ,, ; on Improved City Property
worth donhi,. the vmmad
Pent,yl
mania :11;•rtc
raLtAhtyvmd.
11) 61. rl. P.al *- ; 1: E. 1..; ;1; ;,11;,,, IYI
Ole livaim„; Mom ii.:! t .1,/,lb/1 .10
Fire .; 1,M%;
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Cr‘h on bmol Am, m Rank 1:,,S,;;;; 96
lb, 9421.1,47 s 43
i.:76.47`i 43
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~r th•••,.- t t.:allt•I 7i111,1 41111 %VooJ -trees..
Clurational
•-
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! . utt.ler the t•.r....1 the l' , De.ll,•titi,
LATRoIfE, NVE. 6 4TMo 11t 4 (Id 'N IV.
1” the C4,11..g.• are the usual tram •h.... 1 En-
In the St-11111141 . y, the Cht,,,, MAthernant, Hn.t.rv,
Hbewnc Pfnlo,Thy, ate., and the different branch,,..
4 1.01, 4.111ti111011 or tp. , efttl t., th.l.- 4,11111111'
The 1 , 11.11+ 1.1.3rL1 find are SSII per your, to
paild setheatlllllAll). alce
I'r O 11 . nOJ otie.^
Punting,formuo extra 4. 1 -4 iante..exceptiug 01,1110
recorupcn,tiol l of
Medleate, Washing, Books, Statiotiis - y,,1,,, form i iistra
charges.
For particulars apply to the I Nreelor. of the
Th.. c.,Ale.T.t,• ) ,. 01 IRnns ou the of sicptcnils-r,
and roils on the 11 of July follid.luit.
FATHER it. a lAiNf)f,
1713 liircetor of the Collsite.
T HE ( iLI)EsT AN 1) L A it(i EST
Lithographic Eatablishment in the City.
Will. SCHIJCIIMAN,
PRACTICAL LITH OGRAPH ER
CORNER THIRD AND MARKET STREETS,
UFI•'S COLLEUE 1U
PITTS Li 1110 G 11, PA
D. C. KNEELAND
K EEPS MNSTANTLy UN BAND
SiWARE AND OVAL BONNET BOXES;
Also, makes to order PLAIN ANt, FANCY PAPEI:
LION S, suitable for Shoes, Ikry
prices. Corner Virgin alley and Wood street, (third
story—over Cuizeus Batil:,) Pittsburgh, Pa.
GEO. BLETCHERI
Man u fact u re r of the Celebrated
GOSSAMER VENTILATING WIG,
ELASTING BAND TOUPEES,
AND EVERY DLSCILIPTION ee
Ornamental hair for Ladies and Gentlemen
NO. 85 MARKET STREET,
T"
with
,P11"r: ., 43t1P.G11, PA
p()I, A R It EFII I t; ft
Fitter and Water Cooler Combined
Involving important principle, lleVel ntiatued
I,lllthie,
E A T,
vI:!I:I':1BLF9
FRUITS, &C.,
Iw kept longer, dryer, and colder, with 1.]73
an nun be done with any other Refrigerator inns - in
e; now on hand and for cafe at
T. J. CRAIG'S,
1,30 124 Wood mtreet, live doors from Fifth.
IHAVETHIJDAY ASSOCIATED W ITH
with nie, Air. J. DELLOW in the Undertaking busi
ness, which will hereafter he conducted tinder the name
and style of Lemon d Dellow. JAMES LEMON.
JOHN DILLOW JOYLS LEMON.
tdertaking in all its Branches.
LEMON & DELLOW,
No. 118 Fourth Street,
ARE PREPARED 1 . 1) DO UNDERTAK
ING in all its branches, in the best manner,
at prices to euit the time's.
We call special attention to FISK'S NEW STYLE.
PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES, for the Sale of
which they are sole agents iu this city, and of which
we keep constantly on hand a complete assortment. As
regards beauty of shape and finish, they excel all others.
Funerals will be supplied with Hearses. Horses and
Carriages promply, and at lower rates than any other
establishment iu this city. Guaranteeing to render sat
isfaction, they solicit a continuance of the patronage
heretofore so liberally extended to the old firm. (aplt.
AMERICAN" IRON WORKS.
JONES & LA UT
Dlanufacturers of
IRON AND NAILS,
JUNIATA AND COMMON SHEET IRON,
auth's Patent Shafting, Piston Rods, Plates,&e.
WAREHOUSES,
98 Water Street, and 132 First Street,
PITTSBURGH,
And corner of Franklin and South Water Sta., Chicago
mrl7:ly
MANILLA CLOTH PAPER.—A superior
article, large size and extra healry.
--ael - - KAY 300, 66 Wood -
Stedital.
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 SUFFERING
from the egrets of youthful indiscretion, can 1143
surely and permanently restored by using the
CONCENTRATED CURE
OR
A.611:7-A. "VITAE,
A Remedy of Great and Certain Power.
This remedy is put up in stand! Tints, and can be sent
by mail to any address. A trial will satisfy. Use it for
a week, and you mill experience a great benefit. A cir
cular containing full particulars, sent (free) on applica
tion. Price per bottle $l,OO.
One bottle will het a month.
N. B.—This remedy is suitable for either sex. Ad
dress E. CRUGER, Medical Agent,
jr.r.lar 1'42 Broadway, New York.
DRI V ATE DISEASE~ _ is"
tit V ATE DISEASES.—DR. BROWN'S
MEDICAL and SURGICAL Office, No. DU SMlTH
field street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Dr. BROWN is an old citizen of Pittsburgh, and has
been In Practice for the but tuenty-Are years. His busi
ness hits been confined mostly to Private and Surgical
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.
ate, and his experience i n the treatment of a certain class
of diseases is a sure guarantee to the sufferers of obtain
ing permanent relief, by the use of his remedies and
following his advice..
- DR. BROWN'S REMEDIES
neverfail to cure the worst form of Venereal Diseases,
Impurities and Scrofulous Affections. Also, all diseases
arising from a hereditary taint, which manifests itself
in the form of a letter, psoriasis, and a great many forms
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.
SEMINAL WEAKNFAS
Dr. Prown's remedies for this alarming trouble
brousls ton often by that solitary habit of sensual grati
tiratesn, whirls 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.
RHEUMATISM.
Dr. Brown's remedies never faidto cure this
Be ainfu
cii,rast. in jive days—he will warrant a cure. H also
treats Piles, (fleet. tionnorrtites, Stricture, Urethal Dis
charges, Female Weakness, Monthly Suppressions, Lis
eases of the Joints, Fistuls'in Ano, Nervous Affections,
Pais. in the Bask and Kidneys, Irritation of the Blad
der. to:tether with all ild.itiases of an impure origin.
A letter describingi, thesymptoms, containing a F
directed to DR. itRoAIIN, No. 56 Smithfield street, PRI,
burgh, Ps, will be eamedditely answered. Medicine
sent to any address, safely peeked and secure from ob.
servatiotz.
°aloe mod Private Rooms, No. CO Smithfield stree
Pittsburgh, Pa. ,
EYE AND EAR
DISPENSARY
Offire 95 Main .'reel. (It dwr, up sfuly - 0 ) Buffalo, N. y.
TVI'ABLISITED BY TIRE CELEBHA
_LA TED DR. JOHNSON, late of London, England.
A great discovery in the science of medicines, being
a ivriain and speed) cure for restoring the sight and
removing all diseases peculiar to the eye. This is uni
versally acknowledged the only safe and sure remedy
now Immo. It has neen used with great success bythe
most skillful physicians in Europe and Ameritia.:
Piitients in any part of the country can treat them
+elf es , uve,ifully at a moderate expense, thereby
avoiding the danger and expense. of falling into the
band , of unskillful physnuans. 'This medicine (sufficient
to cure., wall be sent by mail or express, with all Deers
ssarS direction:, on receipt of Ten Dollars.
Dr. ,I,,hnoin's Certain and infallible Cure for Deafnes3 mid
&vial .Poises in Mil Ears, • .2Vervjus, Head
and Mind Complaints,
Affording instant relief to sufferers who hays been Iron
bled with deafness fur many years. After using this
remedy a fell' days the patient is suddenly and almost
triiraeub,isly enabled to hear ordinary toned conversa
tion: in the votirse Al a few weeks the most obstinate
vase of deafness to effectually cured.
Patients too numerous to mention have been restored
to perfect hearnig. Fuld forever rescued from the snares
of the AUTIIMA/ dangerous unqualified pretenders of
the precent day. Hospital and private testimontat and
, rfa lcate, from the most eminent physicians and bur-
Enkriamt. in whose presence deaf persons have
Is tocnred.andmtuty hundreds of private patients cured
can -een or referred to. A ease of this medicine,
lt•11111/8/1 to effect a cure./ will be forwarded to any Intel
of the country for Fifteen Lollar.. Address
tFt. ILINSON, Drawer 404.
3. - ,•.•7:Tyrdaw sc., Buffalo, N. Y.
4-.ni p:eiGOLDSMITH
co., N. 42 Sixth strget, Pittsburgh, Penn's, still
continues to 14• consulted all llii,i3Ses to FBI VAI'F.
or DELICAI'ENAI'UItE. Front a longeour,:e of study
and practical experience of unlimited extent, Des. B.&
Co. Lase the gratilielanm of presenting the unfortunate
with rentedies that have never failed to mire the most
alarming ea.se of ieitiorrhea and Syhilis. Beneath his
treatment, all the horror- , of l'e real and Impure Blood,
ser„fola, I; leers, I'aui sod litstres-t, or intlaniniatiou at
itie Hl:older and riidneya,Absii,ses,llturiora,Friglitfu:
Swellin,s, and the lout, train of horrible symptoms at
tendini; this class of lisesses, are roads to become as
iiiumbiss its the simplest airings ofa child.
S ESIINA L WEAF.N& Co. devotes much
of their Ml. , llti,iti to the treatment of those eases caused
ti) a secret amt solitary habit_ which ruins the body and
initeldiulitting the unfortunate individual for either busi
ness or society. Boum of the sad and melancholy effects
produced tip these early habits of youth ore, Weal:mesa
of the Lack and mots, Palpitation of the !kart, Dy,,pep
,l3, Nervousness,. deranuetnent of the Digestive runts
nous. symptunis of Consumption, etc., etc. The fearful
etteets on the mind are meth to Le dreaded, viz: Loss
of memory, confusion of idess, - depression of spirits,
evil forebodings,aversion to society, self-distrust, timidi
ty, etc, are among the evils produced. Such persons,
before contemplating marriage,
should consult a physi
cian of skill and experience, and be at once restored to
health and happiness. Ague and Fever cured, and war
ranted. All letters containing a fee, addressed,tit Drs.
t & CO., Pittsburgh, Penn's, will meet with
prompt attention, and medicines forwarded, secure from
ciserlstien, and a cure guaranteed. The strictest se
cresy observed in all eases!.
ilka- W o n't forget 12 al..reet, Pitts
laugh.splielsdaw
To Young Men.
ALL WIIO ARE SUFFERING FROM
the effects of youthful excess, self-abuse, or. the
dehdity sri,ing front Sexual Disease, can be surely and
permanently restored to perfect health, strength, and
vutur, Ly using the
ELIXIR DE VIE.
Th:s most valuable Medicine is prepared from a r
ceipt v.f an ennuent Parisian Physician, and is constantl
used in Europe with never failing success. It wit
thoroughly remove all
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
SEMINAL. EMISSIONS
IMPF,DIME TS TO MARRIAGE,
And will restore the Sufferer and the impotent to a state
ut perfect manly vigor. It will thoroughly eradicate the
cam.; of either
MERCURY .or DISEASE,
From which so many thousands are continually suffer
tug without knowing a remedy.
The cost of cure is 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 pet Bottle.
Address, D. H. ANDERSON,
Broadway, N. Y.
N. Circular containing full particulars and dime-
lions will be sent with each bottle, and freegto any ad
dress, on application.
LOCAL AC/EFTS WAFTED
mr.,t3m,ii.w-ecni
iROPoSA LS FOR ARMY TRANSPOR
'FATION.—PropoeaIs gill be reefierei4 at Iho Quar
termaster General's - Office until 12, 11., on the Ist day of
iciober next, fur the transportation of military supplies
during the year 1500 and 1861, on the following routes:
From FOrt3 Leavenworth and Riley in the Terri
tory of Kansas, from Fort Laramie, in the Territory of
Neliraska, or from any point on the west bank of the
31oesairi river north oi 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
tle. Territory of Nebraska south oflatitude 44 deg. north,
in Oregon south of latitude 44 deg. north and east of
longitude 114 deg. west, and in the Territory of Utah
north of latitude 40 degrees north and east of longitude
114 deg. west.
2. From Forts Leavenworth and Riley in the Territo.
ry of Kansas, and from the town of Kansas in the State
of Missouri, to Fort Union in the Territory of New Mex
ico, or to any other depot that may be designated iu that
Territory.
2. From Fort Union, or such other depot as may be deis
ignated in the Territory of Nose Mexico, to the posts or
depots that are or may be established in the Militaryl iepartment of New 31exico, 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 ofpounds,
and Ott rotate 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 Tull as well as their
places of residence, and he prepared to execute bonds
with good security in such an amount as the Quarter
master General may determine:
Contractors muse be in readiness for service by the
lot day of January, Bee; and as transportation may be
demanded at any time for the whole weight to be trans
ported during the year on all or either of the routes,
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
‘ o,, e j, they may be communicated with promptly and
readily.
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
byguarantee,
signed or more persons known or satisfactorily
certified to the Quartermaster General, setting forth that
if the party proposing shall be awarded the contract,
they will enter an obligation for its faithful performance.
proposals will be endorsed as follows: Proposals for
Army Tromportation, 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.
QUARTER-MAT= OLNICEW3 aFncr,
Washington, June 27, 1859.
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B. C. & J. B. SAWYER,
1111 2 1 07ACTOILZOS OP
LARD OIL, CANDLES,
Palm, Toilet and Rosin Soaps,
No. 47 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, P.
WHITE BF ANS-50 bushels for salehi
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PITTEIBI7RGH, i tirAnakAND
CHICAGO RAILROAD:
Completed from Pittsburgh - to 'Chicago
WOODRUFF'S SLEEPING CARS ,eITTAODED TO AI
THE NIGHT TRAINS
THROUGH. WITHOUT CH4A.VG.B OP GARS!
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15th, 1869
Trains will leave the Station, corner of Liberty and
Grant streets, Pittsburgh, as follows:
Leave Attsburgh. Crestline.
Express. ... , ... 12:45,4„.m. ih.55 L . Y. -
Express ... 1250 P. a. A:45 P. lf. ' 2= L. a.
ARRIVE AT C HlCAGO—Express, 6:47 P. If.; Earn tit
8:17 A. M.
Fort Wayne
W. P. Z.
RETURNING.
ARRIVE AT PITTSEURGH—Mki,,&2S ;Li ..b4g
S:3O P. M.: Express;
.. • . • -
ACCOM3IODATION TRAIN.% from Federal street,
Allegheny, for New Etrighten,O-30 a. r, and 5-.20 P. X.
From " • 11 - 05 " 1210 "
Through trains connect as follows:
At Alliance, with trains on the Cleveland and rittettergh
At Orrville, Ohio, to and from Millersburg, Akron, Cuy
hoga Falls, etc.
At Mansfield, Ohio, for. Mount Vernon, Shelby, San
dusky, Toledo, Detroit, etc.
At Crestline, for Delaware, Spingfield, Columbus, Cin
ci
villennati,
et Xenia, Dayton, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Louis-
, c.
At Forest, for Springfield, Sandusky, Dayton, &mein
nati, etc., etc.
At Lima, for Sidney. Dayton, Cincinnati, etc, etc.
At Fort Wayne, for Peru, Lafayette had., St. Louis, and
intermediate ports in Central Indiana and Illinois.
At Plymouth for Laporte.
At Wanatalt for all points on the New Albany and Salem
Railroad. -
And at Chicago, with trains for all points in Illinois.
lowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
For further information and throcgh tickets apply
J. STEWART. Ticket Agent,
Passenger Station, Pittsburgh
H. C. STEVENSON, Ticket Agent,
Passenger Station, Allegheny
Through Tickets for sale at the Ticket Office or the
Company on the line of the road, to all parts of the
United States. J. J. HOUSTON, -
jels General Passenger Agent, Pittsburg'
1859 811317
'9 S 1 Mira ARRANGEMENT 1859
on and After Monday, April lltla.
Pennsylvania Central Railroad.
•
NINE DAILY TRAINS.
THE THROUGH MAIL TRAIN leaves tha Passenger
Statiomevery - morning, (except Sundays,) at 2 - .60 a. a,
stopping only at principal stations between Pittsburgh,
Johnstown, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and at all regular
stationa between Johnstown and liarrisburg,etaant'gbu • :1g
at Harrisburg at 1 e. a, with train for Biltutiotedipect,
arriving in Philadelphia at 5:00 P. " ••'••
THE FAST LINE leaves daily, (except Sunday - ) at
4:za P. M., stopping only at principalstations, making
direct connections at Harrisburg, for Baltimore, and
arriving in Philadelphia or Baltimore at 7:11) a. a.
THE EXPRE.S9 TRAIN leaves the Station every
evening at B:fie P. 31.. stopping only at tireensburg, La
.trobe, Johnstown, Wihnore, ttaihtzio , Altoona. :*o con
necting at Harrisburg with the train direct for Ballantore,
and arriving in Philadelphia at 10:00 a. a.
TRAINS:
THE JOHNSTOWNACCOMMODATION
WAY -PASIiTiNGER TRAIN
leaves daily (except Sunday) •st 6:00 o'clock, a. a., stop.
ping at all stations, connecting with Indiana smell
Train at 10:50 a. fit., and arriving at Johnstown_l:lo P. a.,
Cunemmigb,l:93 p. a.
THE JOHNSTOjVN ACCOM3IODATION TRAEN
leases daily, (except Sundays,) at 250 P. 5, stopping at
all stations, and running as far a. Conemaugh.
FIRST ACCOMMODATION TRAIN forTrirda - Creek
Bridge leaves daily. (except Sunday.) at t
SECOND ACCOAIAIODATION TRAIN for Turtle
Creek leaves daily, (except Sunday,) 4.30 P. at
TIIIRD.ACIX)1)1210 DAT/ON TRA LN.for Turtle Creek
leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 6:2) P. a. -
RETURNING MAINS arrive in Pittsburgh -as fol
lows :—Express,.l2,Ba P. 5; 11:50 P. It; - Fast Line,
12:20 a. a; Johnstown.. Acaoramodatiottill:oo a. x • First
Turtle Creek Accommodation, (550 a. a; Seco4d
cumuli:49.oou, 1230 e. it; Third Aceornmodation,• Celia
Trahis. for Blairsville - and Indiana eonneaat 331airs
villa Intersection with Johnstown Way Passenger Train
East and West, Express. Train West, and the Johnstown
Accommodation Train East and West_ -
PECTSBURtiIi AND CONNELLSVILLE TRAINS,
stopping at all stations ths Pittsburgh and Connells
villa Read, leave daily (Sunday excepted) as follows:
Alai! Train. ::00 !I. at; Express Train-2:50 v. a- Return
ing trains from Pittsburgh and Connellsville Road ri se at Pittsburgh 6:45 a. a., and 6:15 P. a.
The traveling public will find it greatly to their inter
est, in going East or West, to travel by the Pennsylvania
Railroad, as the accommodations now otTered cannot
be surpassed on any other route. The road is ballasted
with stone, and is entirely free from dust; we can
promise salaty, speed and comfort to all who may favor
this road with theirya i llonaae.
No New York $l3 00 To Baltimore -49 60
Plabudelphla--- It) Oa „ Lancaster.— 893
Harrisburg, v. '•
Baggage checked to all stations on the Pennsylvania
Railroad, and to Philadelphiaßaltunore, and New York-
Passengers purchasing: ticzeta in ear, will charged
sONEDIALF CENT PERIIIILE in addition to late Station
Yates, except from stations where the Company, has no
Agent.
NOTICE—In case of loss, the Company will hold
themselves responsible for personal baggage only, and
for au amount nut exceeding
N. B.—The Exeelsior omnibus Line hits been
employed to-convey Passiengera and' Baggage to
(ruin the Depot, at a charge not to exceed 25 cents for
each passenger and baggage.
For tfeketa apply to - J. STEWART;JAgent,
Al the P. R. R. Passenger Station,
apl2 On Liberty and Grant streets. -
- - - •
Cleveland & Pittsburgh Railruail,
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, April 27, trains will
leave the Depot of the Pennsylvania Railroakln Pate
burgh, 4S f 0 1. 10 W5
Pitt.ibargh, Creoland and Chicago Linc.—Express t11011:13
lease= Pittsburgh at 12:15 a. Y , and 1:05 e. H.. for Cleve
lam!. Butfalo, Toledo, Detroit, Milwaukee, Chicago, and
the North West. The 1:05 P. 11. train Connects at Bayard
with trains for all points on the Tuscarawas Branch.
Passengers desiring to go to Chicago via Cleveland,
must be particular to ask for tiCIZI-9 via Cleveland.
Ricer I.ine.—Express trains leave at 12:15 A.. ii., and
L•O5 .e. tr; for Wheeling, ZanesSi/le k .Circlavate; Cohan
bus and Cincinnati. The 12:15 ia. train atopsat.Walls-
Hie. Steubenville :ind station= lie:or:Steubenville. The
1315 P. a. train stops at Wellsvide and stations below
Afoif Train leaves at .6=5 A. /1.7 stopping stall Way Sta
tions on River Line.
ACCOIMIN.hitIi it'll leaves at 5:00 P. M.; running to Wells
ville only, stopping at all Way Stations.
Pittsburgh, Wu/alms 011.1 CllViTnati Shart..4inti ria Etats
berwilla—Past Expresa at 12:15 K. rr., and Eiprelsal.9s P.
IL, for Newark, Columbus, Dayton,
.4ndianapolis, t n
einnati. Cairo, St. Louis, New Orleans, and all points In
the South West..
The Express Train runs through from Pittsburgh to
V
Cincinnati, without change of cars. Spleqdid,eisrpio e,
Ctrs attgaliod tb cash Ex - preas train.
Passengers desiring to go to Cc' unbusi'uctiniati,
etc., or any point beyond Columbus,.by the short line,
must be particular to ask for tickets via Steubenville.
Baggage checked through slid bandied freepfidAargo.
Fare always as log , as any other route and couneo
tions certain.
Through Tickets can be procured at Pittsburgh,
HAP
risburch. Plolsdelphia, ,New York and Boston.
F. R. 14YERS. General Ticket Agent, Cleveland.
JNO. STEWART, Ticket Agent,.
24)27 Liberty Street Depot, Pittsbus
1359. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. 1859
THE BALTIMORE ANTI OHIO RAIL
ROAD COMPANY are now prepared to receive
and forward Merchandise under through bills of baling
"!
to and from PITTSBURG AND THE EASTERN
CITIES. • • • •••••
Rates guaranteed to be equally favorable with those of
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, or any other Hue.
For information as to rates, facilities, etc., ete., appli
cation may be made by' letter or in person to either
of the undersigned agents :
At BOSTON, undersigned
Potter, corner Slate and Wasliiiit
ton street's.
At NEW YORE, C. W. Perveil, =9 Broadway, abtive
the Astor House.
At PHILADELPHIA, Calhonta k Cowtott, Omer
Broad and Cherry streets.
At PHILADELPHIA, Col. lielly, corner Sixth and -
Chesttit. streets.
At 8 , 1.1,1E810HE, J. T. England, Canidan. Station.
At PITTSBURGH, J. A. Caughey, 144 Water street.
Particular attention of merchats, naanufacturers
and shippers generally, of Pittsburgh, Al/egheny City,
and vicinity, is called to the facilities of.thiS l'euf Rtsde
as cothpared with others, and theirpafsdnagge and favors
are respectfully solicited. 'HENRY D. MF.aits;
jalCttf General Freight Agent B. .4.0. R. R. Co.
NEW ROUTE. VIA RI'S ER AND
RAIT.Roap.
Indianapolis & Cincinnati Railroad.
Copnettieg at Indianapolis with Terre Attlatk,.44
Terre Haute and Alton Railroad, to St. Lords Midi
ette and Indianapolis, New Albany and Salem, and
Alichin Central Roads for CHICAGO; ROC 4 ; LSLAND,
BURLINGTON, and all intermediate Pointe.
Through Freif.h t7 t Train INDLANAPOLLS,
,TEHRE
HALITE, LAFA t'E and PERU, • • •
Freights carried from Cincinnati or Lawrencebrirg* in
less time than by any other route by twenty-fourhonnt,
and at as low rates. The only road by which atumnents
can be made from Cincinnati to the -West; • 'without
breaking bulk.
Consignments made to J. E. GIBBONS Agent; areila
climate or, W. B. CUTTING, Agent, at Lawrenceburg,
will receive prompt attention , and no charge for'oom
burg. TM:id
mssion ; n eluirge for drayage or cop:ol at Lawrence.
For further information apply to THOMAS RATIGAI!I,
( prep rted 5 Water street,) Agent of the Company, who is
Haug,to give ratioronazarers to Indianapolis,Teire
Lafayette, Chicago, Peru, Greelacaso, QraW
fordsville, Charleston, Paris and Mattoon.
JNO. LORD, Presider;
F. CERES-, eneral F`t'eightAketit. mrB
ABLISSO4II, .:., 7111.1.
LIM= B. C 1311.00 imolai =lmmo
=wean nrrinunos— num' t. =owan:
CURLING, ROBERTSON & co., Maim
kJ (=hirers of Ctit, PresSed and Plain Flint
WARE. Warehon.se, Wood street, corner`
Front, Pittsburgh.
tat- All other kinds of Glassware arii; Window GLaa
at low market prices. [opll:dly
A. & F. MARBUR
W. cb,
• . •
IMPORTERS LTD NE115137.8.CTL13.1tR.9 OP
CIGARS,,
AND GEN.EItAL COMMISSION MERCHANT:4
NO. 45 WEST LOMB &BD. ST,; BALTIIIIO44I-Mil
We invite the attention of the trade to our larkt'fyind
well assorted stock of German and Domestic -Cigars.
Our facilities for importingZas well as the variety of our
assortment are unsurpassed by any bnuse in the State,
While large contracts made by ease( the firm tittrii:w the
dull times, in Germany. enable us. to - hold oat extrain
ducementa to our friends at present, L,,,,zuy
MA T 11. MULLER'S CELEBRATED
sPARELINN 130 CE and MOSELLE WINES,
imported and for sale by W. A. it F. MARBURG,
sedtly Sole AgentA, Baltimore, 11i-&
GERMAN HARDWARE AND CLlME
imodted and for sale at low_flgures, by.
•Ise29ly W. A. &F. MARBURG. Baltimoro, Md.
CARTWRIGHT & YOUNG,
(Successors to John Cartwright > )
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
_ilk of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Surgical and Dental
Instruments, Guns, Pistols, Matting TarXe, etu, No. 8
Wood street. They give special 'ate/ll:lsaq.°
turing_of Truases, Suppoziers, etc. Jotibuni anaßaltair .
y
Ug with P1att44.111114 and teipatch.