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glut pittsbitrgh post,
'- and Pubtished Every Morning, (85incivrys erccepted,)
BY, JAMES P. BARR,
AN TER 11CDITHACIST 00101111. 01 MTH AND WORD eraniv.
Teruo, ince Dollars a year, payable strictly in ad. '
ranee. Hex dnllars invariably required if not paid in - c er. Irwin street and Dtique•ne War,
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tn=ear.
ae le r cgr i s , , y isty th : s cic,.. ,, .. w n s t t;y l: 3 or sale at the counter
in the 011h"3
RATES OF ADVERTISING
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One insertion,
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Two insertions 75 ....................
Three insertions, 1 00 .................. 1 00
One week 1 75 .. .... ... . ..... 60
Two Weeks,— 300 200 150 100 75
Three weeks, 400 2 6,5 200 125 100
One m0nth,...... 500 335 50 150 175
Two Months 700 465 50 235 250
Three months 900 0 IA) 450 300 300
Four months.— ..... .. 10 00 665 500 335 450
Five month., 11 00 735 550 365 650
Six months- 12 00 800 600 400 660
Nine months 16 00 10 35 800 535 900
One year t) 00 13 35 10 00 665 12 00
Standing Card, six lines or less, per annum 10 00
cnnagoraiaz ar:PLZASMM:
ne square, per annum, (exclusive of the paper,)-.25 00
Marriage notices, 50 cents; Death notices 25 cunt,
SATURDAY MORNING POST
A. MAMMOTH WEEKLY,
-OILY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR,
IN CLUBS OP FIVE,
Qingle Subscriptions - - - 92 Per Annum.
CONTAINS ALL THE CURRENT NEWS OF THI.
DAY, Political, Literary, Agricultural, Commercial, Lo
cal, Telegraphic and Miscellaneous.
The Paper being of the LARGEST SIZE, and neatly print
'• ed, on• fine white paper, in large, type, will no found
by the subscriber to give better ,ate.fitenon than any
paper published in Piththurirh.
Those who wish to take a riper from Patehurch, will
find the SATURDAY MORNINI , Po rsT a safe and profit
ble investment. Adorer,
Editor and Proprietor.
MORNING POST JOB OFFICE.
BARR & NEYERS,
BOOK & JOB PRINTERS,
Corner Fifth it, Wood Sts. Pltlburgh.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
PLAIN & FANCY PRINTING,
L R. CO AL D .
Commertialaljerantile tCYtgal Moth,
At short notice, on reasonable terms.
PartiPular attention pout t o the P r inting or
POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, &c
For Concerts.. ExhnintaonA and Ctrrusos
LARGE ADDITIONS OF NEW TYPE & MACHINERY
HAVING RECENTLT BELT lUDS TO THIS ISTAIILISEMILIT,
the facilities for txu-ning out Wnrk with promptness suit
lespatch vent, coiled t•y !toy other
Ilusiness oTnrils.
hrm .f H PL !gig
DAVIS & PHILLIPS,
• istwoos&.", to rhah l , S c..
Brass Founders and Finishers,
PLUMBERS, GAS & STEAM FITTERS,
DrALCR4 fr
CHANDELIERS, PENDENTS BILA('KS"TS,
STORF, No. 67 'Wool) n'rREF:T,
FOUNDRY AND Sjit N, lib nu.sT ST
S. B. Ac. C. P. MARKLE,
Printing, Job and all Kinds of Wrapping
• PAPER,
WAREHOUSE, NO. 27 WOOD STREET,
PITTSBURGH, PA
/Vii - Rage bought at market prices
PHILLIPS & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
WTIARF BOAT
SHIPPING AGENTS or Illinois Csintral Rail
road. Mark Goods, in all eases, to our core.
no27:lydaw—Jlo
TOS. FLEMING, successor to L. Wilcox
& Co. corner of Market street and the Thamond,
keeps constantly on hand a full assortment of DRI"Gs,
MEI tICLNES, MEDICINE CHESTS. PF.RFCM ER Y, and
ally articles pertaining to the husiness.
/Sir Physicians' Pre,criptious carefully compounded
at nil hours.
tcxurrB-JOSEPH IL LIVOTIV
wP. MARSHALL A-. CG. Importi , r,
a and Dealers in French and Anittitivan PAPER
HANGINGS. No. 57 Wood street, Pittsburgh.
glir Sale agents for the celebrated manufactures of
Messrs. Delicourt & Co., Paris. au7
PIULLIP IitZTYSIL 11.011TELT J. ANUCC.I3I.
REYMER & ANDEINg )N, (successors to
Joshua Rhodes 1.; Cr.i Ivholesalo dealorli in FOR
EIGN FRUITS, NUTS, SPI('ES, CONFEC'rIoNERV,
SUGARS, Ate., No. g 9 Wood strert, opposite the St.
Charles Hotel. Pittsburgh. ap t
LITTLE,
J. m
MERCHANT TAILOR,
NO. 54 ST. CLAIR STREET,
(Dr. Irish's New Building,)
del2.:ly PITTSBURGH
AFULTON, BELL AND BRASS
.FOLDWER, No. 70 SECOND Street; Pittsburgh,
Pa, is prepared to furnish to order,
CHURCH, STEAMBOAT, FACTORY AND OTHER
BELLS, OF ALL SIZES,
From 10 to 10.000 pounds.
CHIME BELLS - made to order. STOP AND GAUGE
COCKS of all sizes, for Steamboats
MINERAL WATER PUMPS, COUNTER RAILINGS,
and every variety of Brass Castings finished in the
neatest manner.
Y i p- RABBIT'S FANTI-ATTRITION METAL; Flt 1,
TON'S PATENT MERALLIC PACKING, for Stearn
F•jl araTly
LI •
APOTHECARY ANI) r)RuciGisT,
Orrnor of Southfield and Fourth Street
Having re:Mined the Retail Drug Business at 1.103
above well a ItOWII mend, established by Me ID
1848, (lately known ao .1 ft Co's) and having,
enlarged and improved the /421.111 e, 1 shall endeavor, by
close personal attention and eareftil supervision of thu
business, to merit a rontaaaaaa. of Ow , patratua.;o here
hd'ore so liberally bv,,tuwed. and tamdulterat,l
medicines alone will to' kept, and a fall ki,,,ortment ut
taticles usually sold to tirw alas establishments will
always be on hand.
Prescriptions accurately compounded at all hours.
/QP- Country Physicians furnished with purl.
tundi
eines at lowest prices. .. .
11.ci
nol • , Corner Smithfield and Fourth streets.
SAMUEL FAHNESTOCK,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Foreign and Domestic Hardware,
Nu 74 IDod Strat, Pill4burgh.
The subseritair has reeeivea, in addition to his fall
stock of Hardware, and a very heart- stock of Meat and
Sausage Cutters and Stutters, and avery large stock of
Sleigh Bells, loose and on strings, of a much superior
quality to that usually sold in the market, all of which
will be sold on the lowest terms.
se27 SAMUEL FAHNESTOUK.
COUNTRY RESIDENCES FOR SA LE.-
A valuable property of six acres, with a good tvel
hug-BOusporehard and garden, three-fourths of a !rule
from the city, $5,50U. Also, a desirable eroperty ot '2O
acres, at four miles from the city, with good brick liNVOi
houße, 500 fruit trees, grapes and small fru its, $6.0100.
Also
' an excellent property of 33i• aeres, good house loou
fruit trees, &e.; situate at miles front the city, $2,500.
The above are all in healthy and pleasant lot:anon, and
immediate possession can be had.
S. CUTHBERT d SON,
Jett Real' Estate Agents, 51 Market st.
choice selection of Black and
Green Tetw, in etore and for sale Wholesale or Ile
tall, at the Pagoda Tea Store, corner of the Diamond
and Diamond alley.
feat
HAWORTH & BROWNLER.
MACARONI -?5 boxes Italian ;
VERMIOELLI-25 do do;
OLIVE OIL-25 dozen genuine, in quarts;
25 do do in pints
5 do Lucca, in Florence
flasks, just received and for sale by
REYMER k Sat'DERSON
8.• 7
,16 ..49 Wood 84, o
St Charles hotel:
-
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SRN MEAL-30 bbls. Choice Silted
Meal; 30 bbls. Choice Unsifted Corn Meal just
received andfor sale by JAMES A. FETZER,
an 9 corner of Market and First sta.
A 00 .arrels for sale by
niq
spit HENRY H. COW
r 4 n7.
......... 50
JAMES P. BARR,
°dice In the city
Pittsburgh, Pe
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olds and Restaurants
EN=
SCOTT HOUSE,
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
MARKER & GRAHAM,
CORNUCOPUE RESTAURANT,
BY ELI YOUNG, FIFTH STREET
THE ATTENTION tIF MERCHANTS
and others is directed to this establishment. which
has been recently titled up for the j p mrp , ,se of :Wording
a SUBSTANTIAL EATING ROUSE IN A CFNURAL
LOCATION. Country folks attending market are par
ticularly invited to call. Everything pertaitung to an
EATING SALOON will always he found, of the freshest
the market affords. ITN:claw
CLINTON HOUSE,
17.4"10JrTOIrJr; Pennsylvania,
JOHN BIEBER, Proprietor.
THIS COMMODIOUS AND POPULAR
HoTELafterbeing refitted and furnished tlirough
,,n., with elegant furniture. , now ready for the weep.
tinn of guests. The liailewni from Connellsvine to
linioutown will be tin,lind early in July, thus law - ding
a cheap and plea,am mode teat el ing to persons wish
ing to escape the heat and smoke of Pittsburgh during
the heated term. This House is situated within IL reo
moments drive nt the celebrated Fayette Springs. and
the propriuter is determined to spare neither trouble or
expense in rendenug those nlto Visit him eomfortable.
Charges moderate. my 19:if
E ETMN'S oLD STAND,
• •• -
IN THE DIAMOND,
JOIN SAVAGE, Proprietor
flaring ial:an and fm.al lip. With till the mod,a, tin
provenalita, tlua popular r•,.1 - 1. the ,111 , 01 . 11er I. pt.
I,:trod t., oil rtii,l pula.,
L.E-Itorally. with the het the make( Att.r.l+. 11) -tens
‘l,ll esrv.-1 up Its every %11 - I,ly ol -wh•..ti.rine the
seiLmon. 111 s \VII . es. Liquor 9 ,ind AN , he tee' ,
recommenditit to Ow puthis.• f• -, r then
nolu:ly
EgCELSIOR
OYSTER AND EATING' HOUSE,
NO. 111 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH.
LAKE AND EASTERN I'ISII,
FRESH PHILAbELPH IA AND ISALTIAI,.RE
I=ll
All In their Proper Season
GF,O R F.IN F: MA N S ('i)
s.w.N I . i ous GFA 1. AU FZ,
'i: ' , 4 P l ::n t
1
make. it the no,t in tti L•;ly t ,, 1 pa—
Arrlyme.: r"
The prupnet ,, r hnvu, r. nt c.innidernhle••xponw.,
"p, •111, tin• MA:\ Wr , ll. ti,l r,
clufly .npin it a .113, 0111111 , 11. 10a1r. , 11/Iv, Tn,rn
•,1111 , 110.1 ,1110•1141.1 ‘ll - 1.1 . , , liellvlVe AV AI
SRI ..111tOrd111:4 0111111 Y 3, , i11111141.“1.41 311.1
~111.-t••rq liar situ! hr• fumil-mk, d will,
t1.1.1.....t the mar la.t can rtt'Aml.
`4 I d ermen.
cLi A In, Es Ew s. A L DERM A N
ANT 11-,rlC/0 =incr. or TO[ YUCL
c•FFICE ON THE oHINFiz WII.IE AND
FIFTH HTHEETs
*1 All to oneen rum...pied trnh Ilan otlrrr wt111...,0
tended to (...11‘ensenet , of
Alto with a....nr.t.,--,14•1. !if
P. et et Ahern., A.. 1.0.- h. Ite.d E.-4. Ate
et.Ahonh.t.
rn.-mh.r of tho 1,, •••1 - 1. , .,
OMITII,Ie.IIer 1.. take Ift-pes.ttouA i r e.,.1 In li,
al tHuits StAt, 11,
e.lle of If, rent .... the .hty.
ntly 1,11:t1., I n..• reotlttng ...met , . of rimt
lad are von' 11,1 y
BAILEY & CO.,
BAILEY A. KITCHEN,
Live I. ne , Whitt. M. t.ii.
$l9 CHESTNUT !ATP EET,
North Side, Below the Girard House,
PHILADELPHIA,
Who!, they al.. In., open , nei .In.ek
Imported Jewelry, Plated Wares, and
Fancy Goods,
To wthoh they invite the nn, anon of the put.ho.
Silver-Ware, Watches,Dtamond•SPearls,
AT 14'11.LE:511.E AND RETAIL.
ilirl6.l3m
.lOHN T110:11PS'ON & CO.,
House, Sign and Ornamental
PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS,
NO. 13rio Third Street,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
BIRMINGHAM
COMMERCIAL COL LE4; E.
WRITING ACADEMY
College Hell, Dfiertiond Birmingham
TERMS, CASH Oti ENTR A tit E
jro Orunmrntal
•• Plain Writing lu 'p l us “ffiima.,l
Writing aril ta,..k.Keepaut '2O)
I' A
u't T
N SllAFFER.,Profiroairof Wraing and Book Koolu:1
LEITILEAD..Irt, Profer.aur Petll,3ll•trip
C. WELLS. Profea , iir 11.,,,k -K repine aril Iran
mercuil Calculation,
REV. W. B. BOLToN. Lecturer on Iliatory and tit.,
end Stitipeta.
llil\. R. P FLENNIKEN, S Nliinster to la,
work. a member of the Pitti3lintath BAr, 4 , 1,
~o rnmerinal Law.
PIN IF', M F. EATifN, Lia•turer ou Eloctituni.
Call km t - t -7 :141.t gun lever Icru twfore rilteturtial hr
any penman. 'namely Sper Brien, of trnametital and
Prinancal Ponnian-.101, t '4,, Th.
-portatai,•l` 4 .1 ITOITI .coon.l , oll4.vard.
N.l . ?'2,:it, meek. liir in nnoglia Perry
!11, for indent , Entramai ii mi . tun,' Pm iipoololoi,
oti.hand If rib,' ...A... ,
and :aldri•aa
II I ElTli Prim ar
Put, ta tral. ht.
NCEN'i"S Ct IL I.Di h. A )1•_:151 I SA
KI% under the i.are of the benedietine Fstlur
near pri4);(.lsE, w I....s•rmn )1-t ELAND c , 'NT Y.
In he Gallege are hated the unfit' branein tli En
gliNh
In the Seminary, Mathematie, 11 iii, pry.
and the different tiranidiii,
of higher erudition neve:entry or reef ll to ring
Cri the priesthood.
TIIO Win: , for board and Tuition are ISO pet year, to
le paid semi-annnallv, ,trietly iu 'Aram,
terman and Frew), and other language", Lq1.14 - 11/
Pam Wig„ Mielie, form no extra charge,', excepting some
reoompensation for the uae of instruments.
Medicine, Wadhing, Rookm, Stationery, Se., form extra
charge'
Fur parttettlare apply to the Ihreetors of the ( . .Alogp
Collegotte year hoot, on the 141 el
and ende on the fid of July following.
FATHER ti Fi I-1 7 AIM,
FOREIGN NUTS --
100 Frail Irson Almond., shell
10 Iwlc. Bordeaux 1 . .•
25 "
30
50 bags English 'Walnut.:
100
60 1,1,1, fresh Pecan Nuts;
60 bags Brazilian Cream Nuts ;
1000 hush. Crround Nuts;
600 e Cocoa Nuts;
Just received and for sale by
REYMER & ANDERSON,
No 30 Wood street,
mat) ~p}.4ite tit, (Marie. Hotel.
SI ITN DRIES - :
100 bus. Dried Apples
30 ' Dried Apples—pared ;
72 " Dried Apples—unp.
16 dozen Corn Brooms
50 boxes No.l Starch
100 bus. White Beans;
300 bundles Crown. Al m por,, nt.. 11 0 ,1,1,-. c rown
Wrapping Pape!, in Bore and fronts
JAMES A. I , ETZEIt,
42? Corner Market and First streets.
ar - iIIFFEE.-2 1 ) 1 1 sacks Rio, just Landing and
for sale by 11. § - MUNI & CO.,
Second and Front streets.
liA AV LS, DRESS GOODS, NEEDLE
kJ Work, Mourning Moods, and Domestics, very low
C. RANSON LOVE,
fe.2 No. 74 Market street.
__—
It I SEPIYII6I.NE, No. 77 Market Street,
received another lot of the NEW MATINEE
SKIRT. and Dongla.4s k Sherwood's superior SKELE
'ION SKIRTS, with the adjustable Rustle. Also, white
and *ray Mecham,' Corsets, in all sizes. fe2l
FIRST 6 1' THE SEASoN --lOU boxes
Sweet Oranges, received this day—for sale by
Ii.EYMER a ANDERSON.
No. 39 Wood street
fe2l Onposite the St. Charles Hotel.
OC ER I ES.—Everythin commonly
t.
kept in a first class Wholeale an d
Ftetall Grocery
and Wino and Liquor establishment, can he had on the
most reasonable terms, at
IiAWORTH & BROW NLEE'S,
fe2l in s h e Inarnond
ARATOGA WATER.—A supply of Con
S
gross Water, also Empire Spring Water, fresh from
Saratoga, just received and for sale by
WILCOX.
ape corner Smithfield and Fourth fits
SYRUPS.—
tJ MO dozen Lemon Syrup;
le to Raspberry Syrup;
10 do Strawberry Syrup;
10 do Pine Apple Syrup—for sale by
tiOTATOES.—LIT ills. CA 3 arrive, and fo
ealeeby (mrsa) HENRY H. COLLINS.
' DROWN'S SHAKER. V ALERIAN.-2
Ai • 'roes for sale by B. A. FAHNESTOCK & CO.,
mr . Corner of Wood and First streets.
QYR IND - 11/OLASSES.
. 25h1s. New York Golden Syrup;
" 0. Molasses, in oak barrels, in store
and for sale by .ILkwoRTH & BROWNLEE,
in the Diamond.
it/rANILLA: CLOTH PAPE R.—A superior
ii t i c k large size and extra heavy._
eatKAY k CO„ 56 Wood street':
L+ ' i
~''•
. ..::1..~~""~~
.T1:10)1.k9 GLUIsM
CHARLES W. WINGARD,
O Al,o prartivo9 In Lyroming, Centre, Clearfield,
and Cambria ronntil`.. au MI6
1. ShiPSON
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
(ono loer in the preetieo of the Law, under the
firm of SIMPSItN A RIPPEY.
(mice, No. 94 FOURTH STREET.
E. SIMPSON.
ol RIPPEY.
JAMES A. DUNLEVY,
PROPRIETORS.
NOTARY PUBLIC
SCOTT, DENTIST,
J•ila, removed to the house lately occupied by
r. NV. A. WARD,
. . .
No. 27fi Penn Street,
(South third door atm,. Hand strort
air Utfi. o /mom from PA.M.MI( P. M. lop 5 , 19 _
JAMES S. KING,
DENTIST,
AM REMoVED OFFICE AND DWELLINC; TO
k 1 here M patron• tin frmthl , are mellml d, call.
fel2:ly
J AM F,-; A. D INV I'll F., Attorney at Law,
httehmith, hmween
M 1,l met Chet] .111 , 1 delhly
AII I„ :- , iirpeon I /entiFt, ~ .ittece..,,it)r to
14.11Methliekl ,treet.
4 - sr hour from of 111 1., I o'eloek. and from 2
5
Mines and Signors.
CLA V TON & CO.,
WIR/LJNALE AND DINAR
LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
No. 37 Ihnuost , ALLEY,
N EA R
I'ITTNBI'IIOII, PA.
A hvfo • on hand. Itire-111-erry. Cherry bald Cogono
EDADat.• , ., 6IA MoDorlDAlolDand ROCllfird VhiHLy, of
thr. vr , ry Trait) delSyTel
E. I'. MIDDLETON 81 BRO.
IMPORTERS op
WINES, BRANDIES, &c.
ALOES DEALERS IS
Fine Old Whiskies,
No, .7, :. , ;01tTil FRONT STREET,
~.t iyri PIIII.ADELI'III.4.
JOHN BRIAR SG CO.,
WIRAIANGI DIALCDN TN
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND RECTIFYING DISTILLERS,
No. 155 Liberty Street, Pittsburgh, P.
Alway. en heed. W Prxn.lle.h(Ltn, Menenclheirt
And Wlsl.l,lc,liLe•Sherry, WilL Cherry.
,t.erry. and eeoer Bran,hea rtyll2,ly
Zobacro and :segars.
T t D. RECEHART,
• eNUTACTEILTIL AND DZAI.SR IN ALL tLNDS CP
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND SEGARS,
al.:llr2y N sTRF.ET
I. VON ARNNTIIAL,
~ml R. tad 2 - 1,71, in
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
AND
Virginia Chewing Tobacco,
WOOD STREET,
I:n.1, the F.t Chlarle , ll.o,
pA
Surniture.
un NOTICE.
C(IN:-EQUFINi T. ttF I , E('LINING
-I- •all ~ riber pi clout retinug from tai,-
41..1 f..t at VERY I.‘ )1V H %TES, Ina
FURNITURE,
PER,
V A NF:F.R.ti,
CANE.
VARNISH, Ete. F.to , Etc.
H. -Sr‘l h.r rent In. Cabinet and Chair Factory,
u whir iam ptirt,and tho Ifoonn, DOW ooeup.e4 by him
1 antaibM Building. - Filth ~trnet-110.Seatillna
C., ••TI on the fir,a ni Jfily.
P., .6., .0. Furniture Wkli find 11110 a rare op
-1.4111,1, ti, plin tia-o, lh.. pr l or, taam , put down
From It) to 25 per Cent.
I. U ER 'FBAN I
11. 11. RYAN,
Noi, 07 and FIFTH STREET
JAMES W. WOODWELL.
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
.11, 4 1:5f MIMI N 4 every :lylo of Furniture,
anti Walnut, suitable Pa'
en.intla•r. nod Inning Ronnta, oquia to any
fiat ind Pllatb.ll.taa, and al
WEIL PRICES.
Fiery art. le incite by hand. and IVarranted
f Mahe, supplied with any quantity of
Fitruiturt , and Chair., on rekvamaldo terma
and steamboat, fur walled at the shortest notice. Ware
room, 77 and 79 'Matt atreet, Pittlburgh, Pa.
I purl 1,1
Carriage and Harness Repository
Ihrector of the College.
I=M9
IME=I3
Carriagea stored, sold and bought on eommlaaion.
Repaint:lg ,b,ne promptly. PurcllfilS era frotn the country
will find a large asaortmenl of
CARRIAGES, RUGGIF-9 AND HARNESS,
)Clip plolue them, loth ns to quality and pnce
inyB:l3.-w
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY
JOSEPH WHITE •
HAS JUST RECEIVED AT HIS RE
POSITORY, situated near the Two Milo Run, be
ta yen Pittsburgh and e, a splendid and gene
ml assortment of Carriages, Buggies, Sulkies, etc. His
arrangements are such that, he is constantly receiving
new and second hand vehicles, and the public may rely
on always finding a good stock on hand. go also man
ufactures to order on short notice,
CARRLIGES BUGGIES,
and all pertaining to the business. With eighteen yearn
practical experience in the business, and his well known
facilities, he flatters himself that he otters groat induce
merits to purchasers.
Sir The establishment in located on the route of the
Excelsior Omnibus Line of Coaches, passing the door
every fifteen minutes.
CARRIAGES,
RocKAWAYs, BUGGIES, SULKIES AND SLEIGHS
Ail - All work warranted to be of the best materials
and workmanship. myl2:lydia
THE CLIMAX GRAIN FAN.
Tit E SUBSCRIBERS HAVING BOUGHT
the right to manufaeture, in Allegheny and Arm
strong eountles, the C7imax Grain and Sted Fan, the
fietory will toe tone) at MITNN & BARTON'S, corner of
Boyd street nod Fourth street road. FarllkerB will find
it to their advantage to gall and see them. They t4ke
the premium every - whore that they hand been shown.
They are neat, cheap and the fmtest ever known.
W. LNGLIS,
nolklythw 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
DOWN & TETLEY'S,
solo No. 138 Wood at.
• •
• -
professional
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
LOC6IIAVEN, CLINTON CO, PENN.&
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE—No. WI GRANT STREET
C .A. 8.. 3D _
No. 100 Fifth Street,
'RN ER ,F (71f ERIZY ALLEY,
Otarringes.
JOHN S. SHAFFER'S
NOS. 7 AND 9,
PITTSBURGH, PA
EASTERN REPOSITORY.
C. WEST & CO.,
WANUFACPOILLAB OP
No. 197 Penn Street, INltsburgh, Pa.
patents.
THE LAST FAST
e littlrndat.
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK,
NO. 65 FOURTH STREET,
CHARTERED IN 1855:
OPEN DAILY, from 9 to 2 o'clock ; also,
on Wednesday and Saturday evenings, from May
Ist to November Ist,from 7 to 9 o'clock ; and from No
vember let to May Ist. from d to 2 o'clock.
Deposita received of all sums not less than Ors
Daum+, and a dividend of the profits declared twice a
year, in June and December. Interest has been de
clared serni-annually, 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 princial, and bears the same interest
from the fi rst days of l ime and December, compound
ing twice a year without troubling the depositor to call or
even to present his pass book. At this rate, money will
double to less than twelve years, making, in the aggre
gate OEMS AIM ONSeIELLI.7 PER Uri. A TZAR.
Books containing the Charter, By-Lows, Rules and
Regulations, furnished gratis, on application at the
office
PIVIDECT.
GEORGE ALBREE.
vies PESEEDSLNTS.
Hopewell Hepburn, John H. Shoenberger,
James Shidle, Alexander Bradley,
James D. Kelley, James Herdman,
Robert Robb, A. M. Pollock, M. D.,
Isaac. M. Pennock, William S. Lately,
Hill Burgwin, William J. Anderson.
Tatternig.
John CI. Backofen, P. A. Madeira,
John B. Canfield, John 11. Mellor,
J. Gardiner Coffin, James B. D. Meeds,
Alonzo A. Carrier, James l'Auley,
David Campbell, Walter P. Marshall,
John S. Cosgrave, Wilson Miller,
Charles A. Colton, Henry L. Ringwalt,
William Douglas, John M. Semyer,
Francis Felix, George S. Selden,
Benj. L. Fahnestack, John D. Scully,
James W. Hallmal Alexander Tindlo,
William S. Haven, Theobald Umbetaetter,
Charles Kuap, Isaac Whittier.
8101.11 TART AND TILLOILIII3I..
CHARLES A. COLToN. [apll3
WM. H. wiT.T TAMS & CO.,
Bankers and Exchange Brokers,
'rood Street, corner of Third,
PITTSBURG 11, PENN'A
DUNCAN, SHERMAN & CO.,
13 AT'S ,
Corner of Pine and Nassau Ste., Now York,
Issue Letters of Credit and Circular Notes for travelers,
avadahlo in all the clues of the Usnited States, Cau.la,
the NVem. India Islands, etc., similar to those in much
extensive use in Europe. mrlo:3m
LGIVIVI LOOXtO ...,1110S. v. LAYOMIII.
4 4 6
A U SPIN Di( )AIIS Deal o rs in
Promissory Notes, Bonds, Mortgages, and all Se
ea retie. for money.
Money loaned on Cheeks at short dates. with collateral
secunties.
NOTE.'i AND DRAFTS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Persons desiring Loans can uw aocomrnodated on
reasonable terms, and capitalists can ha furnished with
good securities at remunerative prigs.
Also, attend to the Sale, Renting and Lensing of Real
Estate.
°thee. No. tr: FOURTH STREET. mere Wood.
1:1 1 / 1 . 2:ly AUSTIN LOOMIS. Notary Public.
NHOLMES A: SONS Bankers and Ex
. change Brokers, and liealors in Notes, Drafts
Aceeptances, Drdd, Silver and Bank Notes. Exrhangi
on the Eastern and Western Cities constantly for sale
C.Heruons made in WI the oak,: throughout the
fated Suttee. Dopo,t4 received in par fund.. or cur
rent paper, No. 07 Market Street bc tureen Third am
Fourth mreeN. Da3o:ly
3rocers.
WILLIAM B4G4LEY,
WHOLESALE GROCER,
Nos. 18 and 20 Wood Btreet,i
11..=t1
WM IL SMITH
WM. H. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
118 SECOND AND 147 FIRST STREETS,
Pittsburgh, Pa.
W . C W l'ottLurgh
IWIILLER SI. RICKETSON,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
BRANDIES, WINES AND SEDARS,
NOS 'VI AND ci • RNER oF LIBERTY AND
IRWIN STREE Ps,
A AD fOLF: A GEN Ts FOR
SWEARER'S CITY GLASS.,
IRG 11, PA
Iron, Nails, Cotton Yarns, ac., &e., Con
stantly on Hand. I nir2
M'CANDLESS, MEANS & C 0.,;
[but - era...Al., TV WICK • K.C.0rD1.V.6.j
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
=MEI
GI.ASS, COTTON YARNS,
==ll9
Aorwarding and O' t onunission
WILLIAM H. 1 - EATON,
Commission Merchant,
NO. 216 SOUTH FRONT STREET, PHILACIELPHI,
SI- Agent for 14,1.6; & tl,ampa}m•: 141,1
Ut.inFmny Amsterdam ,fin; Iletrotna and German h.
wars Wines, 6ritn,lnm+. etc., In Ctn-A.rn 11,u,.. and In
star,•.
JOHN MOORHEAD,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
13=1
PIO METAL AND BLOOMS,
NO 74 WATER STREET, liElioW MARKET
Jal4 Yl TTS B URI/ H, PA
1859. Second Arrival 1859
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
AT THE.
FOURTH STREET CARPET STORE
PITTSBUIti:II, PA.
WAs H. MeCALLUM RESPECT
. FULLY announce that they are receiving a
second supply of CARPETING, selectod directly from
the Importer. and Manufacturer*, by one of the firm,
now m the East, to which they invite the attention of
purchasers. Also, a now style of CANTON mArri NO.
for Summer Parlors. The latest make of CARPET
SWEEPERS, etc, etc.. which shall lo offered at the
lowest rates. lien) W. D. a a. McCALIAIM.
N OTICE TO GENTS.—We have on hand
A LARGE STOCK OF
laertt's Patent Leather and French Calf
CONGRESS GAITERS,
And STRAP SHOES, which we are selling low. at
31 FIFTH STREET.
W. E. SCHMERTZ & Co
,1200 -FOR SALE.—A dwelling
house of hall, five rooms and cellar, on
Ann street, Allegheny, with lot of ground al feet front
by 110 deep to Robinson street. Aiso, a cottage house
on Robinson street. Price for all, 1200. Tprips easy.
t 02 5 S. CUTHBERT it CAN, 61 Ilifarket at.
TEAS OVEX'f RA FINE QUALIT?
►7uLj.INO VERY LOW
The best assortment in the city will always be found a
THE PEKIN TEA STORE,
No. 38 /VIA Street, Near Wood.
leaL S. JAYNES.
e 5/1 GR. AYER'S WORM CONFECTION,
for sale by
fiAIiTWELL h SHEPHARD, Druggists,
fen Chimer Wood and Sixth streets
WINNER'S COLLECTION OF MUSIC
FOR THE VIOLIN, consisting of
COTTILLIONS,
SCHOTTISCHES,
QUADRILLES,
POISAS, WALTZES, Maacros, I:IOILTPIPTS, REM, J 1.13, FANCY
DA.scca, and other popular airs, arranged in an easy man
ner for the violin, by S. Winner. Price 60 cents. Copies
mailed on receipt of price. For sale by.
jeB.s JOHN H. MELLOR, 81 Wood street.
REAL JAPAN BLACKING.--This ines
timable compositor', with half the usual labor, pro
duces a most brilliant jet black, at - fords nourishment to
the leather, and is free from any unpleasant srull. For
sale wholesale or retail, by
JOS. FLEMING,
corner Diamond and Market street.
BROWN'S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA
GINGER—An excellent family medicine, for sale
wholesale and retail, by JOS. FLEMING,
Je3o comer Market at. and LaamoncL
HERRING -0 bbls. Eastport, newt
IO So Alewives'. d o
.For sale by IVIII. H. SUITH & co.,
.- 118 Second, and 147 Frorit streets.
OUNDRY IRON-50 tons Lake Superior
,_• 'Foundry-iron, to arrive and for aale by
ap9 HENRY H. COLLINS.
IirLNDOW CURTAINS—At W
and Ronal, tor sale by
tarn W. P. t&A.II9Ii&LL & CO.
Mutual Insurance Company,
LOCK HAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY
CHARTERED BY TUE LEGISLATURE OF PENN-
SYLVANIA.
Cash Chpit al f 300,000 I Premium 11',,tes 1132,343
THIS COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
Buildings, Month:utilize, Furniture, .te., in town or
country. .
Inarcroaa,-Hon. J. J. Pearce, .1. ii. Hall, T. T. Abrams,
Hon. G. C. Harvey, Chas. Crist, Li. K. Jackman,, Chan. A.
Mayer, Peter Dickson, W. White, Thoma_v Httrhen.
HON. 0. C. HARVEI, President.
T. T. ABRAMS, Vice President
TBOB. KITCHEN, Secretary.
INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF PITTSBURGH.
JAMES A. HUTCHISON. PrP,ldeut.
HENRY M. ATWOOD, Secretary
OFFICE, No. OS Voter Street
WILL INSURE AGAINST ALL RINDS iiF FIRE
_ . . , ...
Stunk, Due BiHa, payable CM demand, and se
cured by two approved manes. ...... . ...... ..... f 115,500 00
Bina tier,.ivable 36,G45 '2.9
Bills I , , , ounted bOO 00
Ilk N 101.1,51 Mechanic, Bank Stork, cost C,105 00
lilt) " Citizens' Bank " " .... ..... 5,17:. 00
40 " Exeltan,ge Bank " " 2.050 00
Go " Bank Cl Pittsburgh " " 2,700 00
Baitill, of Book Aced into 0,054 08
littive Furniture 418) 00
COBll (4,113 u/
DIRECTORS:
James A. LlutchNon, George A. Berry,
Wm. B. Holmes, Robert Daltell,
Willnun Rea, Joseph Kn.kpatriel:,
Wilson Mille John lll'Devi LI,
Illy:Ci W m. A. Caldwell,
Indemnity Against Loss by Fire.
THE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA.
CHFISPNITT STREET, near rsnli
STATEMENT oa ASSETS, J I.NUART 1,1. 1550.
Publizhed Avrtrably ho A n Art 4 !non]:
First Mortgagen, amply secured 41,731,60 89
Real Ensue, (pre-cut value $103.313 61,1 cost. 77,764 71
Temporary Loans 011 ample Caat,r2,llS, , t9
( pt e,•fit 4.11,1806,667 7 . 1,1
and Bilk, ni,,bl e 4.00 40
•:,11 43.007 36
. -
The only prOtILS from prennum at,,rh tit, company
An dmde Ly Dux, aro from not., u hu•h
In,raneeJ made on every dracription of Preportyon
Town and Country, at rates le, low are von, - tent with
secunty.
Sinf , e their ncorporation. n period of thirty years,
theypaidby Fire, to an amount exceeding
Four million, of lifilf:11, therefy affording evidence of
toe advantages of Insurance, fif , well as the ability and
dinpo , ntion to meet with promptin , ,all habilities.
Lo , - es paid during the 3 car
DIRECTOR::
Charle, W. Baneker, Mordecai D. Lewis,
Tobias Wagner, Pared 8 Brown,
Samuel Grant. I-car Lea,
Jacob R. Smith, Edward C. Dale,
George W. Richard , i•IWO Fab's,
CIIAII N BANCEER, Pre , ,idett.
EDWARD (' DALE, A tee Pl,2ll.iet.A.
WM A. STE CL, Se, retarr pro tem.
J. UARbNER WFFIN, Agent,
my la Northeast earner Third and Wood Wireev.
BY THE
Reliance Mutual hisurance Co.
Of Philadelphia,
m BuildinG Limit, lor P , •ri.etual, Merchan
din, Furniture, ,ke , in t,.wn or country.
PITTSBURGIII.
JII:NTER.
C 1P $177,931. 1 52711,47 S 43.
Inve4ni a. follow.. rir '—
nr , t Mortgage en Improved City Property,
worth doubie the amount._...... • .• 1151,00 00
Peannylrtuna Hall road Co o lit
1,1111, fie! 1,0, en-4 • - • 27 900 00
Allegheny County 6 is cent h•lin-yl,lllll
Cay Phtlad,4phi,n e ct.l'onn'a R.I, Lo.u, r,10) 1/1/
Pennsylvanut Inulto4.lCnrnpany . 00
,- , ock, of the Rehane, Stalled 11,111.0, 19.1,.0 on
of County Fire Incoranee t • WA. 00
'oelt of Dolan are M.:. 11, l...mpari) 150 oo
I: ..! MOO in^nranre Co s , Crop
pooelvablo. Lu-ine-, pap, ...... •
Aor,nnt., :owned lilt rs-t. on• . . . 7,311 04
Caoh en load and in Pant, 16.50: co;
SAIT111.•
Frodenk.• Rrowo. 1%11 , 1,11 M 11 .1 ,,,
C 40111,1, , 11• • 11 . 1,013. POIO3IIIIII IV Tinalk•T
.1..1.11
H I. U.ir.t.n, 1..,t1,,p,
Hnhert 1.,1311.1,
Frkierwl: Lenmq
Ch•tri.,
Pitt,
lIINCIII.%N. Sv , rotary.
.1 kFtl.NEft 4 . 1,FF1N.
mein N4,1 - thea-t rvn nrr 7L.r.1 eel -.tr,ot•.
T il E 4 41.1) E:4"l' AND LA RC; Esi
Lithographic Establishment in the City.
AVM. SCHIUCHMA
PRACTICAL LITH 0 G RAPH E R
CORNER THIRD AND MARKET STREETS,
l'ITI:i111. 1 FWEI, PA
f. UFE,H
jrzliy2p .1
D. C. KNEELAND
K EEP:; )NST ANT LY )N HAND
SQUARE AND OVAL BONNET BOXES ;
Ak e. neLkes to vvler PLAIN AND FANCY PAPEI:
liONE:i..t.techle for Stirs, Pry teted, Ett-tere
pnee, rumor Vlrtrin alley strt•et, (third
story—over Caliente hank.) Plttsburgtt. ('a. petit
GEO. BLETCHER,
GOSSAMER VENTILATING WIG,
ELASTING BAND TOUPEES,
AND MILT DC9,11111,101 P
Ornamental flair for Ladies and Gentlemen,
PULAR It EFRIGE.RAT4II{
with
Fliter and Water Cooler Combined
Involvttn: 1111portant prannple, never before attained
ennble..
AI E A T,
To be kept longer, dryer, with LESS ICE,
thful CAII be done with any other Refrigerator non in
11,.. now on hand and for tale at
T. J. CRAIG'S,
ic34) 121 Woad street, tire doors from Fifth.
IHAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH
with me, Mr. J. DELLOW in the Undertaking busi
ness, which will hereafter be conducted under the name
and style of Lemon & Dellow. JAME 9 LEMON.
.70101 rzuow I.ola , LEMON.
Undertaking in all its Branches.
No. 118 Fourth Street,
ARE PREPARED TO DO UNDERTAK
ING in all its branches, in the best manner,
at prices to suit the times.
We cat special attention to FISK'S NEW STYLE
PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES, fie- the sale of
which they are sole agents in 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 pr.:imply, and at lower rates than any other
establishment in this city. Guaranteeing to render sat
isfaction, they solicit a continuance cf the patronage
heretofore so liberally extended to the old tirra. rap.ls
AMERICAN IRON WORKS
4 - ONES & LA UTH,
IRON AND NA/LS,
JUNIATA AND COMMON SHEET IRON,
Lauth's Patent Shafting, Piston Rods, Plates,&c.
WAREHOUSES,
98 Witter Street, and 132 First Street,
PITTSBURGH,
And corner of Franklin god sottth Water Chro4go
mrl7:ly
FURNITURE FOR CASH.-A full as
sortment of Pittsburgh manufactured FURNI
TURE, embracing
BUREAUX,
BOOR CASES,
WARD ROBES,
And every article needed in a well furnished dwelling,
Constantly on hand and made to order. A. , the only
terms on which business is done at this establishment Is
for CASH, prices are made accordingly. Persons in want
of anything in the above line, would be advantaged by
calling at FACK INER k IRWIN 0,
N 0.103 Smithfield street, below Fifth.
J. D. FACKLNIat,
JOll2l 111. fawm. rnr.Nly
DYE WOQDS.--100 barrels clipped and
ground, for'sale by
B. A. FAIINESTOCK ¢ CO.,
ocd. cor. First and Wood at&
holesale
R. WELDIN'S 303 PEN, for sale at
cr , 601 No. 63 WOOD ST.
junwrg.
WEST BRANCH
J. A. LIPPERT, Agent,
No. C 6 Fifth street.
MONONGAHELA
AND MARINE RISES
=MMEI3IIIM3
M9,6:Z 31
ll ENRY ht. ATWOOD, H,vr..l2try.
FIRE INSURANCE
tJ7 , 1.4:•:
CLE3I TIN , i I ET.
DIFIL,OF 4
Nlnnufkketurt.r of the
NO. 65 MARKET STREET,
PITNIAUFIGH, PA
LEMON & DELLOW,
Nan;ifactureri of
as %yell as a splendid assortment of
OFFICE FURNITURE
~Cedic~l.
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 effects of youthful indiscretion, can be
surely and permanently restored by using the
CONCENTRATED CURE
A GI Tj .A. V I T .A.. n,
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.
line bottle will last a month.
N. B.—This remedy is suitable for miller sex. Ad
dress IC. (3211(4ER, Medical Agent,
jrriav 742 Broadway, New' York.
QUFFEIt NOT. GOLDSMITH &
)0 CO., No. 42 Sixth strnet, Pittsburgh, Penn's, still
continue.s to be consulted on all diseases of a PRIVAT
or DELICATE NATURE. From a long course of study
and practical experience of unlimited extent, Drs. G.
CO. have the gratification of presenting the unfortunate
with remedies that have never failed to cure the most
alarming case of Gonorrhea mid Syphilis. Beneath his
treauneut, all the horrors of Venereal and Impure Blood,
Scrofula, Ulcers, Pam and Distress, or Inflammation of
the Bladder and Kidneys,Abscesses,Rumors,Frightfut
Swellings, and the long train of horrible symptoms at
tending this class of diseases, are made to become as
harmless as the :inn West ailings of a child.
SEMINAL W EAENL.NS—Drs. O. k Co. devotes much
of their attention to the treatment of those cases caused
by a secret and solitary habit. which ruins the body and
inind,unfitting the unfortunate individual for either buss
uess or society. Some of the sad and melancholy effects
produced by these early habits of youth are,Weakness
of the back and limbs, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspers
sot Nervousness, derangement of the Digestive funco
noun, symptoms of Consumption, etc., etc. The fearful
effects on the mind are much to be dreaded, via: Loss
of memory, confusion of ideas, depression of spirits,
evil forebodings,aversion to society, self-distrust, timidi
ty, ow., 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 tee, addressed to Drs.
1;01.1 , 8)11TH A CO., Pittsburgh, Penn's., will meet with
prompt attention, and medicines forwarded, secure from
observation, and a cure guaranteed. The strictest se
cresy observed in all eases.
Don't forget the place, No. 42 Sixth street, Pitts
reit Pa. anithlydavr
EYE AND EAR
DISPENSARY.
Office 95 Main street, (2d door, up stenrs,)Buffalo, fi. F.
VSTABLISITED BY THE CELEBRA
TED DfI..IOFINSON, late of London, England.
A great discovery in the science of medicines, being
a curtain and speedy cure for restoring the eight and
removing all diseases peculiar to the eye. This is uni
versally acknowledged the only safe 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 successfully at a moderate expense, thereby
avoiding the danger and expense of falling into the
hands of unskillful physicians. This medieinti(sufficient
to cured will be sent by mail or express, with all neces
sary directions, on receipt of Ten Dollars.
fee..7,Jinsca's Certain and Infallible Cure for Deafness and
Singing Noises in the Ears. Nervous Head
and .Mmd Cbmpfainta,
affording instant relief to sufferers who have been trou
bled with deafness for many years. After using this
ro , medy a few days the patient is suddenly and almost
miraculously enabled to hear ordinary toned conversa
tion; in the course of a few weeks the most obstinate
case of deafness is effectually cured.
Patient, too numerous to mention have been restored
to perfect hearing, and forever rescued from the snares
of the numerous dangerous unqualified pretenders of
the present day. tiotpital and private testimonials and
eertifirates from the (nost eminent physicians and stir
gee!, in England, in whin, presence deaf persons have
tee n cured. amt many hundreds of private patient= cured
.-an be sees .r referred to. A ease of this medicine,
(enough to °fleet a cure,) will he forwarded to any part
of the esimtry for Fifteen Dollars. Address
DR. joir.NSOS, Drawer 404.
je27:lgedim Office 93 Main St.. Buffalo, N. V.
pRI VATE DISEASES.—DR. BROWN'S
m EitcAL and SURGICAL Othee, No. LO
field street. Pittsburg . h, Pa. .
Dr. BROWN i. nn old citizen of Pittsburgh, and has
becn Practice for the last tventy- tics years. His busi
to, been confined mostly to Private and Surgical
Dt seance.
CITIZENS AND STRANGERS
in need of a niedi,ll friend, should not fail to find out
the cure 11110 A of relief. The Doctor is a regular gredu
ate, and his experience in the treatment of a certain class
of di-eases is a sure gnarant, to the sufferers of obtain
la-rola:lent relief, 15 the use of his remedies and
fallowAnc. Ma advice.
Ml=
_ -
ver fail to core the worst form of Venereal InseaßeN
Ipurinea and Serohnot3 Affection, Al.o, tdl dimea.ves
-inct ft.., a hereditary unto, which manifeats
the form of a letter, p,ona,.. and a crest many forms
=kin diseases, the onmn of which ale patient in en
ely ientrant. To persons so attheted, Dr. Brown oilers
,pee of a cute and speed) recovery.
SEMINAL WEAKNESS.
L. Prowu's remedies for this alarming . trouble
nth :on often by that 4610,ry habit of sensual torah
(ration, a inch the young and weshminded I , (en 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
lar. Brown', remedies never Put to cure this_painhi
.11,eal, attic Jays — he Will warrant a cure . He also
treats Piles, (fleet, Ginnorrhces, Stricture, irrethal Dis
charges, Female Weakness, Monthly Suppressions, Dis
s of the .mitts, Fistula to Ano, Nervous
Pons in the Hoek and Kidneys, Irritation of the Blad
der, together With i4l diseases of an impure origin.
A letter describing the symptoms; containing a e
directed to DR. BRUWN, No. lib Smithfield street, Pit,s
burgh, Pa., will be immediately answered. ,Medieine
cent to any address, safely packed and secure from ob
servation.
Office and Private Rooms, No. 150 Smithfield atm,
Pittaburgh, Pa. 1527
To Young Men.
ALL WHO ARE SUFFERING FROM
the effects of youthful excess., self-abuse, or the
.l.r.ility arising from Sexual Disease, can be surely and
permanently restored to perfect health, strength, and
wing the
ELIXIR DE VIE.
1110,1. valuable Medieine is prepared from a r
of an eminent Pari+lan Plivician, and is constant!
uiieil tu Europa with never failing success. It wil
thoroughly remove all
NES Vi)t'S DEBILITY,
SEMINAL EMISSIONS
AND
IMPEDIME TS TO MARRIAGE,
And will restore the Sufferer and the impotent to a state
ot perfect manly vigor. It will thoroughly el-silicate the
effect, of either
MERCURY or DISEASE,
From which so many thousands are continually ,offer
tug without knowing a remedy.
The cost of cure is trifling. One bottle will last on
month, and in suitable for either sex. Sent free by ma
to all parts of the United States.
Price, $ 1 Per Bottle.
Address, D. H. ANDERSON,
ssi. Broadway, N. Y.
N. .11—A Circular containing full perticulara and direc
tion:, will be sent with each bottle, and free to any ad•
dre,s, on application.
LOCAL AGENTS WANTED.
mr.:eand.w-eod
PROPOSALS FOR ARMY TRANSPOR
TATIoN.—ProposaIs will be received at the Quar
termaster General's Office until 12, 11., on the Ist day of
oetober next, for the transportation of military supplies
during the year 1860 and 1861, op the following routes:
1. 8 rem 'Forts Leavenworth =3 Kiley in [lip Terri
tory of Kansas, from Fort Laramie, in the Territory of
Nebraska, or from any point on the west bank of the
Ilissouri river north et Fort Leavenworth and south of
latitude 42 deg. north at which a depot maybe establish
ed, to the posts which are now or may be established in
the Territory of Nebraska south of latitude 44 deg. north,
in Oregon south of latitude 44 deg. north and east of
longitude 114 deg. west, and in the Territory of Utah
north of latitude 40 degrees north and east of longitude
114 deg. west.
2. From Forts Leavenworth and Riley in the Territo
ry of Kansas, and from the town of Kansas in the State
f Kissollri, to Fort Union in the Tcrrjtory of New Mex
ico, or to any other depot that maybe designated - 1a that
Territory.
3. From Fort Union, or such other depot as may be des
ignated in the Territory of New Mexico, to theposts or
tel that are or may be established In the - Military
Department of New Mexico, except Forts Bliss and
Fillmore.
The weight to be transported each year will not be less
on either of the - routes than one hundred thousand
pounds, nor more on route lthan ten millions of pounds,
and on routes 2 and 3 than two millions five hundred
thousand pounds each.
Propel=alt. will state the rate per himdred 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 gire their names in full as well as their
places of residence, and be prepared to execute bonds
with good security in such an amount as the Quarter
master General may determine.
Contractors must be in readiness for service by the
let day of January, 1160; and 115 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
which they may be communicated with promptly and
readily.
Each proposal ninst he flecorriptiniefl by a guarantee,
signed by three or more personsknown 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.
p re p,-,,,N will be endorsed as follows: Proposals for
.4 ^lntl gran; ration, and none trill be entertained un
les they fully comply with all the stipulations set forth
to this lidvertisernenL
The right 1,3 reserved of rejecting any or all the bids
that may be made.
Q ARTEILIiASTIII OrSIEB-W3OTFICE,
Washington, June 27, 1859.
iv4:mwelOCtl
B. C. Sz, J. H. SAWYER,
WITCPILITIIIIRS 07
LARD OIL, CANDLES,
Palm, Toilet and Rosin Soaps,
No. 47 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
VirinitßElNS-50 bushels for
TV je.%) WSL H SMITH & CO.
Saiirouls.
PITTSBURGH, FT. WAYNE AND
CHICAGO RAILROAD,
Completed from Pittsburgh to. Chicago
WOODRUFF'S SLEEPING CARS ATTACHED TO AL
THE NIGHT TRAINS
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF C 4281
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, JUNE lbtb, 1859
Trains will leave the Station, corner of Liberty and
Grant streets, Pittsburgh, as follows:
Leave Attaburh. Crest Jinn. Fort Wayne
Express. 12410 a. v. 9:58 a. at. L 431 P. ■.
Natl 6:50 a. X.
EipreSS LUC , P. Y. 8:45 P. 11. 2:30 A. X
ARRIVE AT CHlCAGO—Express, 6:47 P. IL; EST rc r
8:17 e. r.
RETURNING.
ARRIVE AT PITTSBURGH—haiI, 8:25 P. M 4 RTPT
P. x 4 Express. 2.,N a. a.
ACCOMMODATION TRALNS. from Federal street,
Allegheny, for New Brighton, 9430 a. a., and 0:03 P. U.
prom 6 . " GILT " 12:10
Through trains connect as follows:
At Alliance, with trains on the Cleveland and Pittsburgh
Railroad.
At Orrville, Ohio, to and from Millersburg, Akron, Cny
hogs etc.
At Mansfield, Ohio, for. Mount Vernon, Shelby, San
duskyn, Toledo, Detroit, etc.
At Crestline, for Delaware, Springfield, Columbia, 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. a
At Fort Wayne, for Peru, Lafayette, Ind-, St- Louis, ancf..)
intermediate ports in Central Indiana and Illinois.
At Plymouth for Laporte.
At Wanatith fur all points on 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 of the
Company on the line of the road, to all parts of the
United States. J. J. HOUSTON,
jels General Passenger Agent. Pittsburgh.
1859 . 131111NER ARRAIi(IEIEKt/T1859
On and After Monday:April
Pennsylvania Central Railroad.
NINE DAILY TRAINS.
THE THROUGH MAIL TRAIN leaves the Passenger
Station el ery morning, (except Sundays,) at 2:50 A. M,
stopping only at principal stations between Pittsburgh,
Johnstown, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and at all regular
stations between Johnstown and Harrisburg, connecting
at Harrisburg at I P. a., with train for Baltimore direct,
arriving in Philadelphia at 5:00 P. M.
THE FAST LINE leases daily, (except Sunday,) at
talc P. a.., stopping only atprinemal stations, making
direct connections at Harrisburg for Baltimore, and
arriving in. Philadelphia or Baltimore at 7:t A. a.
THE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the Station every
evening at 8:50 P. U., stopping only at Greensburg, La
trobe, Johnstown, Wilmore, Gallitzin. Altoona, to., con.
fleeting at Harrisburg with the train direct for Baltimore,
and arriving in Philadelphia at 10:00
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS: -
THE JOHNSTOWN WAY PASSENGER* , TRAIN
leaves daily (except Sunday) at 6. - 00 o'clock, A.. sr., stop
ping at all stations, connecting with Indiana Branch
fram at 1060 d x., and arriving at Johnstown 1:10 sex.,
C.mernaugh, Lal P a. -
THE JOHNSTOWN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
leaves daily, (except Sundayal at 2:50 r. a, stopping at
all stations, and running as fru. as Conemaugh.
• FIRST. ACCOMMODATION TRAIIs for.7mile 'Creek
Bridge leaves daily, (except Sunday,) nt 10:40 A. e.
SECOND ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle
Creek leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 4:30 P. M.
THIRD ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turile Creek
leaves daily,(except Sunday,) at 6:20 P. a.
RETURNING TRAINS arrive in Pittsburgh as fel
lows :—Express, 12:45 P. x; Mail, 11:50 r. x; Fan Line,
lina) A. at; Johnstown Accommodation, 11:00 A. x; First
Turtle Creek Accommodation, 6:50 A. a; Second Ac
commodation, 12:30 r. ; Third Accommodation, 6:15
Trains for Blairsville and Indiana connect at-Blairs
ville Intersection with Johnstown-Way Pavenger Train --
EIS t and West, Express Train 'West.tind the Johnstown.
Accommodation Train East and West.
PITFSBUP.GII AND CONNELLSVILLE TRAINS,
stopping at all stations on the, Pittsburgh - .l:id Conn - ells..
ville Road. leave daily, (Sunday excepted; as follows
Mail Train, 7:00 a m; Express Train, :LSO v. se Rpm.—.ring trains from Pittsburgh' and Connellsville Itcaciar
ma at Pittsburgh Ri4,5 A.and 6.15 5: IL
The traveling public will find it greatly - 11 their inteu
est, in going Eaast or West, to travel - by th - ,pennsylvania
Railroad, as the accommodations nos - ofiereil . CALLZIOLs
be surpassed on any other route. -The'rnal is 1:511185n11
wall stone, and is entirely free from dust; we can
promise safety. speed and. comfort to all who msy favor
this road with their patronage.
PARE
I To Baltimore.
10 00 Lancaster.
Harrisburg. $7 45.
Baggage checked to all stations on the Pennsylvar,in
Railroad, and to Philadelphia,Baltunore and-New York.
Passengers purchasing tic.rets in car, will be charged
OINE-HALF CENT PER MILE in addition to the Station
rates, except from stations where the - Company )199 no
Agent.
„.
- NOTICE--in rase of loss, the Company will' hold
themselves responsible for personal baggage only, and
for an amount not exceeding $lOO.
N. 11—The Excelsior Omnibus Line has been
employed to convey Passengers and Baggage to and
from the Depot, at a charge not to exceed :I.J cents (or
each passenger and baggage.
For tickets apply to STEWART, Agent,
At the P. B. R Passeneer Station,
On Liberty and Grant streets.
No New York..._.
Cleveland & Pittsburgh Railroad.
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY. Anritf.7, trnina will
IPIIVe the D,ltet a the Penn,ylvaoia Railroad, in Pitidi
burkji, ay follows
Pi?Lburgh, Cleveland and Chicago Line.—Express trains
leaves Piusburgh at 1215 and Ltls P.M.. for Clore
h.d, Bu ff alo, '1 ciledo, Detroit, Milwaukee, Chicago, and
the North West. The 1.:(05 P. it. train connects at Bayard
with trains for all points on the Tusearawas Branch.
Passengers desiring to go to Chicago - via Cleveland,-
must be particular to ask for tickets via Cleveland.
Rir, Lute.—Express 'train., leave at 1215 a. a., and
1.1.6 P. a; for W heehaw, Zanesville, Circleville, Coluria
bus and Cincinnati. The 1215 a. a. train stops at Wells
ville. Steuben vine and stations below : , ,itenbencille. The
1:05 P. a. train stops at Wellsrble and stations below
Wellsville.
Mat! Train leaves at 6:25 a. L. stopping at all Way Sta
tions ou River Line.
_ .
Accommodation leaves at 5:00 P. at.; running to Wells.—
tulle only, stopping at all Way Stations. t- -
Pittsburgh, CbMaibus ant Cincinnati Short Lint via Sten
bouill.e.—Fa_st Express at 12:15 .t. at, and Express L-Orii.
u., for Newark, Columbus, Dayton, Indianapolis, t p
enman. Calm, SL Louis, New Orleans, and all points in
the South West.
The Exprem Train runs through from Pittsburgh to .
Cincinnati, without change of cars. Splendid Sleeping
Cars attached to each Express train.
Passengers desiring to go to Columbus, Cincinnati,
etc., or any point beyond C'olumbus, by the short line,
roust be particular to ask for tickets via Steubenville.
Earcage checked through and handled free of charge.
Fare always as low as may other route, and connec
tions certain.
Through Tickets can be procured at Pittsburgh, Ear.
rGbureh. Philadelphia, New York and Boston.
P. R. 11YEELS, General Ticket Agent, Cleveland.
JNO. STEWART, Ticket Agent,
Liberty Street LKpot, Pittsburgh.
1859. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. 1859
%IRE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL
i!'d o i - n o d l c) t r lZOL P ,:i
B e r i e agi v ol; i i? Pruer v as ztL ' real
Rates guaranteed to he equally favorable with those of
the Peansyirania RaiLroad Company, or any other line.
For information as to rates, facilities, etc., eto., appli
cation may be made by letter or in person to either
of the undersigned agents: •
At BOSTON, - Moses Potter, corner State and Washing
ton streets.
At NEW YORK, C. W. Perveil, =.3 Broadway, above
the Astor House.
- - .
At PHILADELPHIA. Calhoun & Cowton,. corner
Broad and Cherry streets.
At PHILADELPHIA, Col. Kelly, corner Sixth and
Chestnut streets. •
At BALTIMORE, J. T. England, Camden StatiPß,
At PITTSBURGH, J. A. Caughey, 144 Water street.
sa.. Particular attention of merchants, mainifactniers
and shippers generally, of Pittsburgh, Allegheny .City,
and vicinity, is called to the facilities of this New Routs
as compared with others, and their patronage and favori ,
are respectfully solted. _ HENRY D. 3fEARS,
jalol.l General Freight Agent B. A. 0. R. R. Co.
NEW ROUTE VIA: RIVER AND
RAILROAD.
Indianapolis & Cincinnati Railroad.
Connecting at Indianapolis with Terre Haute, and .
Terre Haute and Alton Railroad. to St. Louis and Lafay
ette and Indianapolis,New Albany and Salem, and
Michigan Central Roas for CHICAGO, ROM ISLAND,
BURLINGTON, and all intermediate points.
Through Freight Train to INDIANAPOLIS, TERRE
HAUTE, LAFAYLF.tE and. PERU.
Freights carried from Cincinnati or Lairrencebniz
less time than by any other route by twenty-four hours,
and at as low rates. The only road by which shipments
can be made from Cincinnati to the West, without
breaking bulk.
Consignments made to J. E. GIBBONS. Agent,,Al.o3l-:
cinnati; or, W. B. Uri. ING, Agent, at 'Lawrenceburg,
will receive prompt attention, and no charge for com
mission; no charge for drayage or commission at Lawrence
bugr further information apply to "114 011IAS RATIGtaI
(No. 116 'Water street,) Agent of the Company whd Is
prepared
to give THROUGH RECIUPTS to Indianapolis, Terre
Haute, Lafayette. Chicago, Peru; Greencastle, Craw
fordsrillo, Charleston. Paris and Mattoon.
H. C. LORD,
Pre. =ft
JNO. F. CH ELK, General Freight Agent. =ft
Glassware.
AL/AID A CLIILING INMAN ZOBIRTSG
IDIVAILD DITILEILD67. JILART L. ILLTILWALT;
CURLING, ROBERTSON & CO., MarAu
faeturers of Cut. Pressed and Plain Flipt GLA.:I
- Warehouse, ti o. 17' Weed street, corner
Front, Pittsburgh.
Air- All other kinds of Glassware and Window Gla.
at low market prices.
' •
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d. & F. 2,r A ft.l3lJ-ii-CF-
IXPORTERS AND Nvistecrrasas or
CIGARS,
AND GENERAL COMMISSION MEECRAIs*T2,S
.NO. 45 WEST LOMB.A.RD ST., BALTIMORE, MD.
We invite the attention of the trade to our large and',
well assorted stock of German and Domestic Llgara.
Our facilities for importing.' as well as the Variety of our
assorttnent are unsurpassed by any house in the Steak
while large contract , made by one of the firm during the
dull times, in Germany, enat;le us to hold out extra in.
ducements to our friends at present, sefillely
..d
MA T - 1-1. MULLER'S OELIBIIATED
SPARKLINei HOCK and MOSELLE WINES,
imported and for sale by W. A. &F. 31ARMIRG,
_se:U . ly Sole Agents, Baltimore,
GERMAN HARDWARE AND CUTLE
RY, imported • and for sale at low • !rea, by •
'Lata3,lY A . F.. •; • ; e : „ .
CARTWRIGHT & YOUNG,
(Successors to John Cartwright-4
AIitANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
of Pocket and .Table Cutlery, Surgical. and. Dental
ments, Guns, Pistols, Fishing Tackle. etc.,..144 64
Wood street. They give special attention to the nnann664,
Wring
.of,:rros Supponsers, etc. Jobbing and Bar
ng purirty and despateli.