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gluz Vithsburgh Vast,
Ainte and Pubiit_hext 'Ems; Morning j ABundays Aszcepteelj
BY JAMES P. BARR,
AT TB NORTH-WM? CORAL& 07 rani AND WOOD @Tgp►
Terms : Five Dollars a year, payable strictly In ad
-12100%. "Brr.dollars invariably required if not paid with
in the year.
illkirVlinale copies, Two Conte—for sale at the counter
In the Oftioe, and by the Newsboys.
RATER OF ADVERTISING
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One insertion, to
Two insertions,........ 76 io
'Three insertion.s, ..... . 1 00 1 00
One week 1 7660
Two weeks, ........ _.... 300 200 160 100 76
Three weeks, 400 265 200 120 100
Onsmonth . tOO 325 50 150 175
TWO months 700 465 50 235 260
Three months 900 600 450 500 300
Four months_ 10 00 . 6.65 6 00' 335 450
Fire months. 11 00 7 ar, f, 50 365 550
Six months 12 00 000 600 '4 00 660
Nine months. ..... ....- 16 00 10 35 800 535 900
One year 20 00 13 35 10 00 665 12 00
Standing Card, sir lines or less, per annum 10 00
OBANCILIZLZ ATCPLILSMIS
no square, per annum, (er,clusive of the paper,)-25 00
Marriage notices, 50 cents; Death notices 25 cents.
SATURDAY MORNING POST
A MAMAIOTH WEEKLY,
.ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR,
IN CLUBS OF FIVE,
41Ingli.ElabscrIptions $2l Per Annum.
CaIViAIN9 ALL THE CURRENT NEWS OF THE
`I)4Y, Political, Literary, Agricultural, Commercial, Lo.
,cal, !telegraphic and Miscellaneous.
The Paper being of the cutout. sirs, and neatly print.
-ed, on Ane white paper, in large, clear type, will he found
by the subscriber to give better satisfaction than any
paper publish.] in Inttaburgh.
Those who wish to take a raper from Pittsburgh, trill
13nd the SATIIRD IX 'MORNING POST a safe and profit
ble investment. Address
JAMES P. BARB,
Editor and Proprietor.
POST JOB OFFICE.
BARR & MYERS,
BOOK & JOB PRINTERS,
Corner Fifth k Wood Sts. Pittsburgh.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
PLAIN & FANCY PRINTING,
Executed in the finett style
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itilnuatrcial, rrcantile murk,
At, staort notit,e, m mastonable term. 4
Part.leulfor attention pool to the Printing of
POSTERS, Plt OGR A 311 ES, &c.
_For Exhibliaorut and eirrinew.
LARGE ADDITIONS OF NEW TYPE & MACHINERY
ILLCE:TTLY BEEN ltAbL TO Tills LSTAIIII.9II.IIII2iT,
The faothliPA for turning out Work With promptness and
despatch cannot t r excelled lip any other
attire in the city.
Itsine,ss
UNITY DASIS. col"( 4411-1-IP,L
(Firm cf I. S IT. Phillip,'
DAVIS & PHILLIPS,
[Suoceel.ors In Phillip+ it Co.]
Brass Fowaders and Finishers,
PLUMBERS, GAS & STEAM FITTERS,
EZZEI
CHANDELIERS, PENDENTS d BRACKETS,
STORE, NO. 67 WOOD STREET,
FOUNDRY AND SHOP, No. 146 FIRsT ST.
S. R. Ag: C. P. MARKLE,
Printing, Job and all liindq of Wrapping
PAPER,
WAREHOUSE, NO. 27 WOOD STREET,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
Alir•Ragn bought at market price. m •8
PHILLIPS a; CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WHARF BnAT PHOPRI FT( ) 11S. AND
SHIPPING AGENTS of Illinois Col:Aral Anil
road. Mark Goods. in all rase% to our cars.
no27•lydaw—dla
T OS. FLEMING, successor to L. Wilcox
Co, corner handk streot and the hamond,
keeps eon,rtantl v on a full assortment of DRUGS.
3YEDICINE CR ESTS, PERFUM EBY, and
ally articles pertaining to tho business.
ilip• Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded
hours.
tsky
. _
WALTER P. i1d.11.911141..-
...TOSIEPR L. GLIXIIin.
WP. If.ARSTIA & CO. ; Importers'
• and Dealers in French and American PAPER
LUNGING.% No. S 7 Wood fart et, Pitishurgh.
1119- Sale agents for the celebrated manufactures of
Messrs. Delicourt Parts. tut 7
Pittnue =limn UOLLII.7 J. J011112./YJN.
REV MER & ANDERSON, (suace:isors to
Joshua Rhodes S C. 0.., wholesale dealer., in FOR
EIGN FRUITS, NUTS, SPICES, CONFECTIONERY,
SUGARS, &e., NO. 89 Wood street, opposite the St.
Cbarles Hotel, Pittsburgh.
J. m
LITTLE,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
NO. 54 ST. CLAIR STREET,
(Th. IrkehN New Building,)
AFULTON, BELL AND 131tAss
• FOUNDER, No. 70 SECOND Street; Pittsburgh,
Pa.( is prepared to (brand: to order,
CRUMB STEAMBOAT, FACTORY AND OTIIER
BELLS, of' ALL SIZES,
From 10 to 10,000 pounds.
CRIME BELLS made to order. STOP AND GAUGE.
COCKS of all sizes, for Stesniloata.
MINERAL WATER PUMPS, COUNTER RAILINGS;
and every variety of Envs Castings finished in the
neatest manner.
rlit- RABBIT'S rANTI-ATTRITION METAL; FUG
TON'S PATENT MERALLIC PACKING, for Steam
Engines.
T WILC 6 - X,
APOTHECARY AND DRUCAHST,
Cbrner of Sinilhliad and Fourth Street.
Having resumed the Retail Drug Business .at the
above well ICIIO,III stand, established by me in
1848, (lately known as S. Abel it- 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 continuance of the patronage here
tofore so liberally bestowed. Pure and unadulterated
medicines alone Will be kept, and a full assortment of
articles usually sold in first clans eMildlehments
always be on hand. will
Prescriptions accurately compounded at all hours.
41iiir• Country Physicians furnished with pure
eines at-lowest prices, L. WILCOX.
nol Corner Smithfield and Fourth streets.
SKI( UEL FALINESTOCK,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Foreign and Domestic Hardware,
No 74 Wood Street, Pittthurgh.
The- subscriber has received, in addition to laisi fall
atock of Hardware, and a very heavy stock of Meat and
Sausage Cutters and Stutters, and a very large stock. of
.Iqinlfzint Btoelthil,altoossew:gisoorlia
intri nt
r of terau:;i'os;.'rhrilc7
will he on t t ' lle lowest terms, market,
-
:.5e27 SAMUEL FAIINE.STOCH.
COUNTRY RESIDENCES FOR SA.DE.—
A valuable property of six acres, with a good dwel-
Img house, orchard and garden, three-fourths of a mile
from the city, $5,000. Also, a desirable Property of 20
sores, at four miles from the city, with good brick dweb
iing house; 500 fruit trees, grapes and small fruits, 6,000.
Also an excellent propeity of 33.5 acres, good liOna0104)0
frUietreeS, at 4 miles from the city, $2,00u.
The tibove are all in healthy and pleasant locations, and
immediate pes,dssiori can be had.
S. OUTNBERT k SON,
}Lull Estate Agents, M. Market
TEAS.-A choice selection of Black and
Green Teas, in store and for sale Wholesale or Re.
tall, at the Pagoda Tea Store, earner of the Diamond
and Lharnoad
fotri
HAWORTH BROWNLEE
11/ACARONI.-25 boxes Italian;,
VERMICELLI—:S do do;
- OLIVE OIL-2,5 dozen genuine, in quarts;
25 do do in pints;
do L
flasks, just received and for sale by ucca, in Florence
REYDIEP. Sr ANDERSON,
39 Wood et., op Lite St. Charles Hotel.
CORN . MEAL.—. bbls.
3i ez a ; 30 bbls. Choice Unsifted Corn Meal just
received auditor sale by JAMES A. FET?..ER,
ap9 corner of Market and First/de.
ATo 00_barrels for salt? by
.1" MINIM H. Miami&
ranee ¶.t ore • Is Week
• yeek. • weak. 5 g paper
IDRIN A. Ifitn.
- -
MANSION ll'/[SL, (-; Eo. A I 1.-NT?...
Proprtetor, N 4, 344 Ltl,rty -tr.. t..pp,t
I,,,fitter Dtigt. ttIV Penn?ytra,l,3
lualies it the ninFt , onveni,ut pr.•
•••nvers arriving Lr thit ruari.
pmpnctr4 liseinc. ttf 4: ,, n,tlcrnblo lEtt..l1 Ett..1
up. in exeollent M t tri Ftt 111)1 111,1
solicit n share untrue Iht•rn
, ataPlpl s ,plenolul vllen./Vt , U'
1 Al!!.. Artorgiinv 41.0, ii.,,antn...1..t".n to tre.v4.l..r, and
t.•am , ter , . an.l ft,r a, ill furni,hp.l wnh
market e.,n r..ttord. 1,1 y
pilfrmen.
ell A IMES W. L 16, A LI) ERM AN.
A.lll ri , TrICIO .It7TI,C OD rrte PCI^C.
IgUNME:=3=IIIIMI
Sir MI concievii ii il with ttis+ of,e mil
Utif'd to with prnirrilitniii, k i „,i
lour with
Pi:Aroi of Attorney, TAI,, L. 'teat
_ - -
To the motoLor of tho I, (rode,
C.lntnl.-quut•r to tahe Itopos.to•us 1. , lo•II...
1 . 4 , 11:1, Of tirl. :ul,l
/ 0110 of tho Mall] I, LALvfol L•• tl.e. CI:) .3,1.,
fueditlt., ULtli; ”.
t:l
kind/in, very t. hut,
BAILEY :I'. K EN,
thcf, ri,mort,l 1,:••
r 419 CHESTNUT STREET,
North Side, Below . the Girard House,
PHILADELPHIA,
Wte , re they AI, tpJa or,,:s, at
, Imported Jewelry, Plated Warm and
Fancy Goode,
To wr,,.•n tio.y .$1:. 1,1,3. Or 111,
Silver-Ware, Watclara. Diamonds& Pearls
mrlGf.m
.PDII 'mom Pm) lt t
House, Sign and Ornamental
PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS,
No. 135 Third Street,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
Pltt•bnr
(flitirational.
13IRMINGI1AM
4'1E1111ER! 'IA L L E,
College Hell, Diamond Illrenfoghorn
Fi , r On:tame-m-1i 1 1 :ritimf - -----
Plain Wr fa
Writ4l3grits.l
1 , A r L.? ?
N.SHA FPI.% au -1
LEITHEAP, Pri , rce-, er
C. F. Prircecim .1..1 .. , 11 •
rnemml Calt.U1:01011,.
JUN. NV. B. iii,LTON, Let mrcr ri...1
era! titillircte.
HON. H P. FT., .F.NNIKEN, Er-t' Y 31.1.tntes
mark. a member a t U e P1t1.1t.U1,...t1 ..ti
Commercial La'm,
- ,
PROF. Lt F EATON. Leetnrer
{':dl and N'e What 111° /10 - 1 , •1 . 1., . ,.n :Ma 11414.-.1
In
any penman. narnr.l7 irnuneotal and
Prarttral Fenmanatop ere-oni
yitntt `.1 , .. 1" , of trom upward ,
Grail lanarffing pz, ItnninOtarn For.p
Gc'fnr , nnipnt, Enn an, a ant 1,11,. , r , .1 .fk , il/t•
t,f off -101114 Liktrah , a.l O . ,
and ',dire,'
i v-1 I via w
H; ;\I) SEM N.‘
RY, nod, the var....f the finnerl,nt n ,
near LATRORE. E.. , I7sIORELAIN I
, )UN7V, Nn
In the Cellege are tatteit P. e,r E n
glob li:duration.
_ .
In the 134..rninary,Lb0 Mattnqnkfle, 33
Ithetorir,, 4n r 1 the ditterrnt v,"„,,t„ -.
of 1110 f., ern,lnion /,,,trym••1,11111,'
to the h - I,ltht/tl.l
The torn], for board anJ Tuition are /SO Mr 1,, 1,,
ul.fril annually, •Inctly in .1 ran ,' , .
and Frew.), and of her NOSUVett. /I/
hunting,. hlu.ir, font, no extructiargea.exePponr
re,ronp,n,ill,4l of instrunwut:‘
Medicine, IPwhmy. Roth., ry.form('Otto
1' it IFgell. •
1 , 4 particular% apply to thw furerto, of 11w6
The Coll , ,gian• year bera• on Ow 1. t
and 4,44 110 t :Ili of July following.
PATH Ell ti P. 1.1 MN!,
furvei...o
PITTSBURGH
jyl3
N Ft's
/00 Frail Inu3Alinond., 'on
10 Idles Bonita.,
"
Lag Enaiol WtUlutn;
100" rt , .;
bbLq troth l'ov,ui Nit.
60 Lag!, iiraZlllab ('n.ti. Not.;
1000 tnt,ti. Ground Nuts;
cow copoti Nuts;
Juin received and for sal. by
N0.:39 Wood 4troot,
mrlo Uppositin BL Chan., /Iota!
S hoe. UN ILT IE I; nr:.-1
30- • •Dried A pplea•—pared ;
" Dried Applev—imp. •I;
10 dozen Corn Broome ;
Go bozo,. N. I Starch;
100 hue. White Weans;
huntlirm Cream, Medium ao bouid e c om „,
Wrapping Paper, in adore and for side by
JAM FIS A 1. , .. rzi• - dt,
Corner Market and hunt streets.
CUFFEE-3VUsackaEip, jusLlullai] ig int
(or sale by WM.
“p'2,l St:cund and Front 'meet,
SHAWLS, DRESS- 11100DS, NEEDLE
Work, Mourning Goode, and Domesti,a, very li,
C. HANSON LOVE,
No 74 Market streeL
.1 6 SEPH HORNE, No. 77 Market Street
received another lot of the 'NEW MATINEE
8 . 1.0 IPA', and Douxlm, A: Sherwood's supenor SKELE
JOS SKIRTS, a lib the adjustable Bustle. Also, white
and Corsets, in all sites. te2l
F T OF THE SEASON.-100 boxes
Sweet ()ranges, received this day—for sale by
REINER h ANDERSON,
No. at) Wood street
ODDE. , ,ite the St. Charles Hotel.
GOCERI ES—.—livorything commonly
ji kept in a first class Wholevalt. and Retail Grocery
and Wine and Liquor estabhmhtnent, can ho had on the
most reaminable terms, at
HAWORTH a RHOWNLEE,
in theDirllT'
Q ARA TOGA WATER.—A sur. -- ,Finf e on
greqe Water, also Empire Spring Water, tress from
, aratoga, just received and for sale by ,
L. WILCOX,
corner Smithfield and Fourth at,
S YRITPS.-
0)0 uozen Lemon Syrnp;
10 do Raspberry Syrup:
10 do Strawberry Syrup; -
10 do Pme Apple Syrup—for sale by
,pple
o i - OTATOES.-135 bbls, to arrive, and fo
~,e by (mr26) HENRY H. COLLINS.
13ROWN'S SHAKER VALERIAN:._
;Toes for eale by B. A. PAFINESTOC &
Corner of. Wood and First streets.
S IRUP AND MOLASSES,: 25 bbls. New York Golden Syrup
50 " N. 0. Molasses, in oak barrels , 'tore
and for sale by HAWORTH & BROWNLEE,
fes2 in the Ltarnend.
AN IL A CLOTH PAPE R.--A superior
article, large size and extra teayj r _
set • SAY & 00, on Wood street.
- g Diets and gesfauranfs.
SCOTT HOUSE,
Car. Irwin street. and Duquesne Way,
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
MARKER & GRAHAM,
Jy22 PROPRIETORS.
CORNUCOPIZE RESTAURANT,
BY ELI YOUNG; FIFTY' STREET.
THE ATTENTION , OF MERCHANTS
and others is directed to the , establishment, which
Las been recently fitted up loft he purpo,e :Wording
a SUBSTANTIAL-EATING EuliSE IN A cr,vntAL
LOCATION. Country folks attending market are par
ticularly invited to all. Ererythtn pertaining to an
lIATIMI SALOON mill always l.e found - , of the rreThe,t
the market nftord.s. apr.glaw
CLINTON HOUSE,
U.4170..V.7`111P5r, Pennsylvania,
.. , .TOHN'IITERER, Proprietor.
THIS COMMODIOUS AND POPULAR
HOTEL, after beim: refitted and furnirlied through
out, with elegant furniium, is now ready for the recep
tion of guest , .. The Railroad from donnellsville to
Uniontown will be finished early in July, thus affording
a cheap and pleasant mode of tnmeling to persons wish
ing to escape the heat and .roke of Nibs/int:Wl during
the heated term. This House is situated within a few
moments drive of the celebrated Fayette Springs, and
trouble or
expense in rendering those who visit hen eomfortable.
Charges moderate. myltlaf
sEEToN's OLD STAND,
IN THE DIAMOND,
JOHN SAVAGE, Proprietor.
Having taken and fitted up, with ell the mod,rn im
provements, this popular re...,t I. the telt , enber is pre
pared to aecontun.date htg eugh.nterg and the puble•
generally, with the hest the market qtford, (tygtor,
Ntll ba• r.errad up in eVt'ry %.,rtety •durtuv the
eagon. His Wit .e.g. Lupton; and Alps ho
,it reootraneudut r I wadi, for their e
EXCELSIOR
IYSTER AM) EATING HOUSE,
NO. ill WOOO STREET, PITTSBURGH.
WIDA,DS ALL AND ILDIALL FLAW. IN
LAKE AND EASTERN FISH,
HiESII PHILADELPHIA AND BAI.TIISIOIcL
TEp_s ANI, WILD I,AIIE,
All In their Proper Stain..
liEO. REINEMAN & CO
FIPTH STREET.
BAILEY & CO.,
AT WH0LL.5.113: AND HrTAIL.
WRITING ACADEMY
TERMS, CAsil ENTRA
• U I 111. \I,.
•;-*
•rsovea Glum Am.
ARLES - W. ~WINGARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
44 Also practices in Lyeorning, Centre, Clearfield
and Cambria counties. a❑gls
EITIRSON • • • • 0 II aura.
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
together in the practice of the 18w, tinder tbe
firm of SIMPSON h RIPPEY.
Offices No. 94 FOURTH STREET...
AMA.J
DUNLEVY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC
C •g D .
JseoTT, ENTTST
• lid, removed to the home lately occupied by
fir. W. A. WARD,
No. 27H Penn St
(South solod third door abort, Band rdreot.
1/4. ()Moe boor. from PA. M. sill 6P. M. frokly
JAMES S. KING,
DENTIST,
otts REmovta , tug OFFICE AND DWELLING To
No. 100 Fifth Street,
coRNER OF' en EItEY ALLEY.
Where ho, pniron4 and friend, me invited to call.
f. 121)
J AM E.S A. Li 1W I? IE„ Attorney at Law,
V,lrt h PiltAurgh, tx , twvvn Smith
'lll.i Cherry Atli,. dt4l,ly
111 L, Stm!eon llentist, s - acce:isor to
H
1a,1,11,. No. 11l tdreeL
by- , litiry hour, fndn elOal to 1 o'clock, find from 2
Mints and Xiquors.
%%U. CLAVTON & CO.,
iiII , LLIALI AND kITAIL
LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
N. 37 DIA/lOND ALLEY,
EAR Wool, ,!iIIiEET,
PITT ',:)? vno ir, PA.
*3- A I % , , V4 no 1,1 , 1.1313 , 10,4, u . Ct , rry laud Cogtilk ,
k r.ii,,11..., , q.l :th•twisrull.:A au .1 ItortAl• - ‘l.Whi.ky. of
ri, vo•ryht-t aoraltty,. doll: ,lot
E. P. MIDDLETON b HMO.
IMPORTERS oF
WINES, BRANDIES, &c.
A 1.1.( DEALIMS IN
Fine Old Whiskies,
- ..11., 5 Ni)ltTli FEuNT STREET,
- -I PIMA 1 , 1.17.P111.11
JOHN BRIVAH, & CO.,
ICIi.,LVA Li Z. 1.40.10.31 7 ,1
WINES AND LIQUORS, 1
A NI) RECTIFYING DISTILLER:4 p
ho. 155 Liberty Ntreet, Pittsburgh, Pa.
AICS S. a oo t0k5,1,1 , .... , il; 710.1..+, GM,. '%i iln. r,,,J,, In 1
SW I I:. 1 - 1.1114 .I ‘i it t .i. i. -; 151-r.i. it: 1=1.1..,:rv, 11.%1<1 t 1,. re 1 ,
C..opt.c.sry, 7. i 4, :, • , , ilf ,(111. 0 E,VI,I.IIY
Zobacco and ,segars.
ukr U. RINFAIMCF,
la L•1 71 ,11,-LA LPN. LLALLA 3A AU lIIIXIXICP
T011441'0, SNUFF AND SMARM.
L VON RIitiTHAL,
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
Virginia Chewing Tobacco,
WOOD STREET,
lut:niture
TI PORTA NT NOTICE
I. 11FELIN
FURNITURE,
i I ~ i t t t
ANKE ft.tk,
ANK,
110:1!>l. I. F. .
it 4! f.fl., 4 f r. f,t ta.. (4! , ,,r1 an.l ractory.
t!. , .411 , ,1, F. ‘s• ytliM
1tt..1,Ly." Vint, •41re.1•-
;• n ,Ln Iho 11,1 J*l,y.
pr .git • f hi.rtfif sr.l' n
t. ptf, I...te• N il
From 11/ In •1b net. tent
- E It I ti
11. 11. lII' &N.
Vt11)1 it F.1.1n
JAMES W. WOODWELL.
FURNITURE . AND CHAIRS,
ITIII/LESALE AND RETAIL,
I, I MPRACI , r4Pry • Id. , of Fur ni lure,
m.),. , orry . all I 11 Mllllllt, , tljtAble for
.11111 . 11, .1 !tail! 411. fig Ifoortr., orirml In All)
1 , 44. ,krr.l f•tol4tl.-11.1i1.4,1r.0.1ed
lIVEIt
Ev. , ry art, 1.. n0..10 ry Ilan 1.11..1 Warrant.
Qi F Makor.. vrtlli am .itotut.ly of
Ft:flora.• nod cn tra , mat,lf. tr.roi... Hotel,
l.• 1 f .1:to lat rt. , rhortarat notice. Warr.
tOtol/1., "rf.r.l ktry,t, Patlat,urgb,
turf
O t f arriages.
JOHN S. SHAFFER%
Carriage and Harness Repository
NOS. 7 AND 9,
,iit 1 , 1.1h1"Nli A1.1.E1 DECATUR s•rRt:E
BETWEEN TUE I+lAldioNt. AND I.IfiERTT ST.,
Carriatrott stored, 'old and holight nn eolllltll3lion.
IRep/M[lg ailn, promptly. Porot t too, (tom ihe etaintry
will find a large assert:Tient of
i'IKRI 11t;iiiilEs1 AND IIAILNIEsN,
When luill please !HA to an 1, quality.ittitt piles.
CARRIAGE BIANITFACTORY,
ANIi
EASTERN REPOSITORY.
JOSEPH' WHITE
HAS , JUST RECEIVED AT Ills RE-
Posauit Y. situated near ills Two Mile Run, be
tweeii Piitshurgli and Lairrencetille,aspleuilidsuidgene
rsi tvisorttnont. nt Cartiagett, lii glen, Bulkier, etc. Hie
arrangement s are Hell that he isiustau3tly receiving
new ulna !WeOna liana VPLOVICA, and the pu b l ic may rely
on always Hinting a Voila htilell on band. also UMW
licliottlro, to order on short notice,
OARRIAOF:I, 1 1 1 7 00104,
arid all pert/mung to the business. With eighteen years
pule:teal experience in the business, and has well knorgu
facilities, he Batters himself that he offers great Induce
menu to purchaser.
Sir. The establishment Is located on the route of the
Excelsior Omnibus Line of Coaches, passing the door
every fifteen minutes. seLndaw I
_l l
C. WEST & CO.,
IhILKO7ACTITRIR9 OF
C AR-RI AGE - S,
ROCRAWAYR, FILIGGIE9, BULKIF AND 12.LF,1011.9,
Na. 117 Penn_ Street, Pittsburgh, .Prt._
4B- All work warranted to be ot.tlte best materials
and workmanship. my litilydis Put
Vatents.
THE LAST FAST.
THE CLIMAX G-BAINTAN.
ri-iirE SUBSCRIBERS HAVING BOUGHT
1 the right to manufacture, in Allegheny and Arm-
Strong counties, the Climax Grain 'and Seed. bbn, the
factory will be found at MUNN & BARTON'S, corner of
Boyd Areet and Fourth street road. Farmers will find
it to their advantage to call and see them. They take
the premium everywhere that they halo been•ahown.
They are neat, cheap and the fastest ever known.
.
W. INGLIS,
notklyd.aw
J. STACY.
COLLAPSING DRINKING CUPS.-
.
A BEAUTIFUL ARTICLE FOR SHOOTING MEN.
•
They are eaatlyearted, and yet When expanded form
one of the best Dritiking Cups carried. To be hatrit •
BOWN & TETLEY'S
solo NO:,
.138'Wcjod
progessLon4l.
LOCI HAVEN, CLINTON CA, PZNN'A
E. SIMPSON,
IN H. HIPPEY
OFFICE—No. 91 GRANT STREET
IZ.)_ rl. STREFI
P;11 , c1:1;1!1;II,
A r orwarding and o:omniission.
WILLIAM H. 1 . EAT' tN,
Commission Merchant,
NO. 216 SOUTH FRONT STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
Airot r.r lir-4,A. A c,..• 00;i,.,h
1 • Arto.lctUrn and Itll4o
11,1,
,o,„ , 10 , 11-1 it. It • 1,1
h•
JOII Ai 31 00ItII f: .4 ,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
YOB 7111: tr. or
Ph mKrA 1„IND BD
NO 71 IVA'f Elf STREET, BELOW MATIRRT,
J*l4 i'f Trsh l'
1859. Second Arrival 1859.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
AT 'tUE
FOURTH STREET CARPET STORE,
PITTSBUROLL P.A.
W
U. H. Mil ItESPECI'-
. FULLY aumoutico (boy aro racwalug
e , ..yud muggy of CARPETUSti, tialeclod dirootly from
!tn. Importenry and Idanufacturrne, hy non of tho firm
now in thy FA.1,14) whoqi thvy Invite the an,,bri o n o r
purchament. A 1,,,, a new ntyly. of PANTIIN NIATT/NO.
for Hummer Parlor, 'rho laty,lo malco of CARI , ET
sWEEPERN, nt , , ate., which 41.101 Iro otterod at they
lowed rate,. (pill lk , If. IfreAl.l.l.llll.
crricE (; -w,. lutvc On liana
RCM PA
And STRAP SHOPI4, which we nn,
$1 ,42()O -F RSA L E.-----A dwelling
house or hall, fire rooms And I , llar,ou
Ann strain, Allegheny, With lot of ground In foot front
by 110 deep to Hobitoton ',treat. Also, a cottage house
on Robinson street- Pnce for all, sl2vo Terms easy.
1020 S. CUTHBERT & SON. 61 Market st.
T EAs ,)}, EXTRA FINE QUALITY
BELLING VERY LOW.
The best assortment in the city Kill always b found
THE PEKIN TEA STORE,
Nu. 38 Flfth Strut, Near )Yuri.
JANNEri
' "
50 GR. AYER'S WORM CONFECTION,
for sale by
HARTWELL & SHEPHARD, Druggists,
fe2l Corner Wood and Sixth streets
INNER'S COLLECTION OF MUSIC
FOR THE VIOLIN,. consistmg of
CoTTILLIONS,
• QUADRILLE 9,
_ WALTZ/ 3, AfARCIIE.3, LIORNPIPES, ItLELR, JIGS, FANCY
DAlf/13, and other spular airs, arranged in an easy man
ner for the violin. • Winner. Price H cents. Copies
mailed on receipt price. For sale by.
je2s JOHN H. MELLOR, tH. Wood street.
REAL JAPAN BLACKING.—This fines
timablecomposition,-with half the usual labor, pro
lre.9 a moat brilliant jet black, affords nourishment to
tho leather, and is free from any unpleasant smell. For
sale wholesale or retail, by
BROWN''S ESSENCE OF J A litA
GINGER 4 L.In excellent family medicine, for sale
wholesale and retail, by JOS.: FLEAUNG,
le3o comer Market stand Diamond.
For sale by
Jeal
UNDRY IEON-50 tons Lake Superior j ri k YE WOODS.-400 barrels chipped and
Foundry iron, to arrive and tot '
_l_l ground. for sale by.
ap9 • HENRY R. OOLLINS. B. A. FAHNESTOCR CO,
iN_ CURTAINS---At Wlaoleaale c't poor. First and Wood ats
loin - NV.lqt, toy tale. bi j IVELDI'N'§ 303 PEN; for sale at
mrin -- , P. AtAtqtnA.tr, Co. Nq• St WOOD ST.
oft
, ,
DOLLAR *.SAVINGS BANK,
NO. 65 FOURTH STREET,
CHARTERED IN 1855.
O PEN DAILY, from 9 to 2 o'clock ; also,
on Wednesday and Saturday eveuitw, from May
.Ist to November Ist, from 7to U o'clock ; and No
vember let to Stay Ist. from oto 3 o'clock. from
Deposits received of all sums not less than ON!
DOLLAR, and a dividend of the profits declared twice
year, in June and December. Interest has been de
clared semi-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 principal, and bears the same interest
from the first days of June and December, compound
ing twice year without troubling the depositor to call or
even top resent Ida pass book. At this rate, money will
double in less titan twelve years, making, in the ague.
rate /.10/12 AND ONLMAIS PER CZIPf. A rLIIL
Rooks containing the Charter, By. Laws. Rules and
Regulations, furnished gratis, on applioatiou at the
office
PILZEILDTST.
GEORGE A LIIREE.
opowell liephuvir" Va°'
26ThE 7To g iari 11. Shoenherg
Jam., :Midi° er,
Jas James llerdman,
Hi Ho b ert
ll , Kb e e :k ,
William 5.
William J. Ander-I:Ion.
John G. Bacltolln tilirs7"9. P. A. Bfadeira,
John H. Canfield . , ' John 11. Mellor,
J. Gardiner Collin, James /5. D. /feeds
Alonzo A. Carrier James M'Atil, '
Daziii Campb' Walter P. Maryr 1
John S.Cosgra droll,
Wilson Hiller , 3 'Mi.
Henry L. Itin , wait
Charles A. Coll Y o e ti,
John Al. Sawl . er, '
William Douglas Francis Felix, ,
George S. Seidon,
/ 455 .1. L. F'ahnestaelr, John D..Seidiy,
James W. Hallman'
Alexander Tiudle
William H. Haven, Theolstid Crubsta's ,
Charles linap, Isaac Xi' hitu,r. tier
BiCRITAZT MTh TlMetitllat. •
CIIARLF,i A. colifi,N,
WM. H. WILLIAMS
Bankers and Exchange Brokers,
Wood Rh eel, corner of Third,
jeasly
rirrsiwnwi,
DIIIVCAIi, SHERMAN & CO.,
Corner of Pine and Nassau Ste., New York,
' leeee I...tter. of Credit and (Irmatar Notes for travelers,
avaitahlo in all the cities of the fl.nit,.lStatesi,
the We,t India I.lands, C 1,., rimilor those in Noel,
extensive ea.. in Eisrepe. stirlO,;nl
AUSTIN 11X:1175
Ittxuatb_
A USTIN IA H/M ,C: cu., Urnleta in
Protni,ory NOlett, guhranti all Se
flints , . for money.
:tloifey loaned csu Cheek. at short dotes, u,tt, ei , lhaeral
Itet'untarc
NOTEM AND 1i1t.% FTS Alas his if.fs.
l'enteut flr.inng la - nfiss ran to is.•eolninesiassol
on
reasonedfle terltt, eat, tro hi:find...ft with
good meenntlefs at re inunerotira pri;fei.
Alto, attend I. the male, 12enting and Lefamun, of Real
Eat
Uttit.e. No. frJ I,t IItEET, at,ore
AUST b, La slf.h.,/.ol.nry Put,ho.
- -•-
11 41 1,111 ES Si 155, HankfT4 and Ex
. (*4l' fir , ..kers, and i n
A , N•vptancra, (lord. Sits, and tuna Not..
Ca. , tern and 11.
i',ll , 4,/,•n• Mato in %It Ow c11.;,-. throail!.ot ttie
niainNiMato,t. I rorvil.rl in 1,, ,hit,.
rkr , •Ur
relit pap,. No. t:7 Mark, ta.!..,+.4, Third and
Fourth •trt4.1..,
ilirocers.
WILLIAM IiAGA LEV,
WHOLESALE GROCER,
Nos. 18 and 20 Wood Strootj
'art it
14-11. /J. nll
WM. 11. SMITE' S CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCE:RS,
118 SECOND AND 147 FIRST STREETS,
Fr. MILLS/t. ....t V.Z1.0.1,t/
MILLER ItICKETsoN,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
nu riL. - !4, WINKS ANI)
k..": A NI , Z.:.
( -, !:`,Tr: n. 1.1/..4.1./1
1,t175. I.! ;
4 1.1: . ,
SWEARER'S CITY GLASS.,
Purl •titritcat, I.
Iron, Nails, lotion Tarns, lc.. Con
stantlr on Hand.
La
la at [Vatit,6 16 ill, 16 111.”‘A li 6 rx 111766
M'CANDLESS, MEANS & C 0.,;
U, In a a Y', j
WHOLESALE Glt f/CIERS,
CM=rl
NA11.4. (,•rrw r TARltqc
AND MASL'PACTIALOI4:RN6I:-.4,1.1
A LARtiE STheli ii
Gent's Patent Leather And terenett cal(
CONGRESS GAITERS
FIFTH STREI.:I
W. E. SCHMERTZ & CO
SCHOTTISCHES,
JOS. FLEMING,
comer Diamond and Market street
ERRING-10 bbls. _Eastport, new,
10 do Alewives', d o
WM. H. SMITH & CO.,
118 Second, and 147 Front streets.
Mutual Insurance Company,
LOCK HAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY.
CHARTERED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF PENH-
SYLVANIA.
chs hGtr ....... ,00,000 I Pranium :Mee , E 1,12,3.13
rl l .ll - 1 f.:O.IIPANY WILL INSURE ON
Suildngs, alercliantli,, Furniture, .•e., in town or
country.
Diarcrokti =lion. J. J. Pearce, J-13. Hall. T. T. Abram',
Hun. G. C. Harvey, Ct o Crist, D. K. Jaektitait, Chas. A.
Mayer, I'eter Dickson, W I kite, Thomas Kitchen.
/lON. G. C. Presuleut.
'l'. T. ABR.., Vice President.
Taos. KITCILLI, Secretory
de=
INSURANCE COMPANY,
WILL INSURE ‘WAIN:i'l' ALL RAMC 4, F FIRE
AND MARINE RISIL9
AS6I . 7I'S—MAY 2thru, 13.59.
:itocti, iuw /011 s, payable on deniand, and me
mired by two approved iialnes 5115,500 00
Pills Flee,.lvilble..
38,G45 '-'9
FiillB 10. counted
800 00
115 spars 3fechanieB Lank Stook, cost 8,185 00
10 " Citizen,' Built 5,171.00
40 " Ezell:men Bank .. ..2,00 00
50 ~ al; wof Pilt,burgli .. " 2.750 00
ltdanee of !took Account., 0,054 !ei
I.lflit, Furniture
400 00
Ocili .
DIRECTOR-L.
Jane, A. ilutele ,, on - (:eor•e3 A. Berry,
44" m. B. Holmes, '
John Al'Denit,
Robert D:11,11, '
Wilharn Rea, • '
Wikon Mille
Wan. A.(71 Jeserh Kirlipitre.k,
tes-2:1
I -
Indemnity Against Loss by Piro.
pIIE FRANKLIN FIIIE INsITRANCE
A ~,M PAN V (3i' Pill / , ‘6F.LPHIA. )tier, No 115
4::7 CI I EST:NUT STREET, near Mith.
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the wivant..9,.... ..f I ii3Or dr t.. 11, the sillily
p.-.th.n to m"et with , Vlthititth.- ttll iltthtlthet,
ja..l.ltiriug the year 57.
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FIRE INSURANCE
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Reliance Ilutual Insurance Co.
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Fur r 0., la c.plintry.
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Lithographic Establishment iu the lay.
PRACTICAL LITH 0 GRAPH ER
CORNER THIRD AND MARKET STREETS,
ITritt
r 179
). I'l
Tr.; 11, jxA
KNEELAND
ei.NSTANTLY ();‘, HAND
SQUARE AND OVAL BONNET BOXES;
..1,1“ PI 11.!, AND I , INCY PAPER
14, tijr wt 11,10,11
,rrirr 1Vt,••1
1:,,, k,iPal•kirgh, Pa. /
GEO. BLETCIJER,
the, Cciehrat4,l
GOSSAMER VENTILATING WIG,
ELASTING BAND TOUPEES,
AID rTLIT
Ornamental flair for Ladies and Gentlemen,
ify PC) R E TGE RA To R,
I . %rub
Fitter and t•W'ater Cooler Comb
lavolvtlt Istirorl,taarserMfrs tatalue.i
is Moll or.l;iblor
f. i F.
rt.FT-klll-ES.
FRUI TS, e n
To 1., 1,0 10ng.,. &I'll, nod colder, with LESS ICE,
theen ge,th F,. ri,,ns with no) 1,01, R , frigeratOr t,sw to
us,: now wo Land and lot t+nin „I
T. J. eItAXG'S.
it,3o tiro doors from Fah.
I AV ET HIS DAV AS:SOCtATED WITH
with Mr. J. LIELLMV to the Undertaking bwo
wl4l,l, will lieroAfter I w c.ndoetrert under the 11111110
nil style of 1.,m0u A 1/vll.lw. JAMES LEMON.
JOITN 'DULA'
kll ES LESION.
Undertaking in all its Branches
LEMON & DELLOW,
No. 1114 Fourth Street,
ARE PREPARED Ti Ihl uNDERT AK.
ih(; w all its branches, in tie lsi•t manner,
nt preen to suit the tune..
We 1,11 einl attention to MR'S NEW STYLE
PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES, fur the :ale of
which they are nolo ntrents in this city, and of which
we keep consbultly on hand it complete azisortment.
regards beauty of shapa and finish i t hey excel all others.
Funerals will be supplied with Hearses . , Horses and
Carnagiai promply, and at lower rates than any other
establishment Gila city. Guaranteeing to render rat.
isfaetlou, they solicit a eUlltillllllllol3 of the patronage
heretofore so liberally extended to the old flan. [apli
AMERICAN IRON WORKS.
JONES & LA UT 11,
Illmufacturers of
IRON AND NAILS,
JUNIATA AND COMMON SHEET IRON,
Louth's Patent Shafting, Piston Rods, Pintesotc.
WARETIOITSES,
98 Water Street, and 13A"tret Street,
PITTSBURGH,
And corner of Franklin and South Water 9t8. , Chicago
tnrl7:ly
_
FIIRNITURE FOR CASH.—A full as
sortment of Pittsburgh manufactured FURNI
TURE, embracing
BUREAUS,
WARD ROBES,
And every nrficle needed in a well furnished dwelling
a, well a a splendid assortment, of
OFFICE FITRNITURR,
Constantly on hand and made to order. 1a the only
terms on which business is done at this establishment is
for CASH, prices are made aecordingh-. Persons iu want
of anything in the above line, would be advantaged by
calling at FACKEYER & IRWIN 9,
No. 103 Smithfield street, below Fifth.
3. 1). FACICIN/2R,
Joax 211-lawnv.
justniaitie
'WEST BRANCH
J. A. LIPPERT, Agetm
No. t , ..5 Filth street
MONONGAHELA
oF Plrftifiti
JAMES A. HUTCHISON ; pro,i,tent,
LIF....NRY M. ATWOoD, 9e,•retrrr
OFFICE, No. UN Water Street
HENJIV 11'111(t101,,5..4,13ry.
Of Ptillasielphin,
FF.R.T STREET
5436,4714 43
WM. SCHUCUMAN7
05 1111.%11.1 T S'111113:1E1',
PITTSPUMTH. PA
BOOR CASES,
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!-
YUNG MEN WHO ARE SUFFERING
from the effects of youthful indtscretion, can be
surely and permanently restored by using the' • •
CONCENTRATED CURE
OR
A. Q., IT A V - I 'l'
A Remedy of Great and Certain rower.
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 benefiL - A cir
cular containing full particulars, seat (free) on applica
tion. Price per bottle WO. •
One bottle will last a month. •
N. B.—This remedy IS suitable for either' sea. Ad.
dressK. CRUGER,•Aledical Agent,
742 Broadway, .New York.
UFF ER NOT.-DRS.. GOLDSMITH. &
CO., No. 42 Sixth strnet, Pittaburgh, Penn's, PAM
continues to be consulted en all diseases of a 'PRIVATE
or DELICATE NATURE. From a longcourse of study
sod practical experience of unlimited extent, Drs. G-.
Co. live the gratification of presenting the unfortunate
with remedies that have never failed to cure the most
alarming ease of Gonorrhea and Syphilis. Beneath his
treatment, all the horrors of Venereal and Impure Blond,
Scrofula, Uloers, Pain and Distress, or Inflammation of
the bladder and Ridneyo,Abscesses, Humors, Frightful
Swellings, and the long train of horrible symptoms at class of.diseases, are made to become as
harmless as the siinniest &flings of a child.
SEMINAL WEAL NESS—Drs. G. d Co. devotee much
of their attention to the treatment of those cases caused
by a secret and solitary habit which mins the body and
mind,nufitting the unfortunate individual for either buat
Le, or society. Home of the sad and melancholy effects
produced by ihese early habits of youth are, Weakness
of the tsiek and limbs, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspep
oll. herVellelleee, derangement of the Digestive tune
thins, ,yirliptums of Cou.lbption, etc., etc. The fearful
effects 011 the mind are much to be dreaded, viz: Loss
of memory, confusion of ideas, depression of spirits . ,
, it forelsidings,aversion to society, self-distrust, timidi
ty, etc., are among the evils produced. Such persona,
before contemplating marriage, should consult a ph se
coao of skill and experience, and be at once restored to
health and happiness. dime and Fever cured, and war
ranted. All letters containing a fee, addressed to Drs.
GOI.DSMITH it CO., Pittsburgh, Penn's, will meet with
prompt attention, and medicines forwarded, secure from
observation, and a cure guaranteed. The strictest se
cre-y Observed in art cases.
Is. Don't forget the place, No. 42 Sixth street, Pitts.
blush, Pa.
EYE AND EAR
DISPENSARY
Crdire street, (2d door, up stmrs,) Buffalo, N. y.
IBLISTIED BY THE CELEBRA
TED PM JOEfXSON, late of London, England.
A great discovery in the science of medicines, being
a certain and rpeedy 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 known. It has been used with great success by the
cot . .1,111111 physiemns in Europe and America
Patient, in any part of (lie country can treat them
.meee,dully at a moderate expense, thereby
at °ohm; thy: danger and expense of falling into the
I iand sof unskillful pi ysicuins. This medicine(su theient
to ea re.) will be sent by mail or expreas, with all 1113Ces
'airy direction, no receipt of Ten Ihillars.
Q, — lain and Infallible aire for Deafnees and
Singing .VoiTca in the Ears, lterroua Head
and .3.fand amplariite,
Affording instant relief to sufferers who have been trou
bled with deafness for many years. After using thin
remedy a few day, the patient in Finddellly and almost
iliirwetitott,ly enabled to hear ordinary boned conversa
t outt in the course of a few weeks the most obstinate
of deafness, Cs. effectually cured.
Patients too nurnerou§ to mention have been restored
to perfect hearing. and forever rescued from the snares
4.1 - the numerous-dangerous unqualified pretender's ot
the present day. Hospital arid private testimonials and
verb tleates from the moot eminent physician§ and sur
f, ins in EligtaLal, WhOne pre,eller deaf prsoanhave .
been etired.and many hundred, of private p.stients cured
et,, F.c ...en or referred to. A ea -a of thin medicine,
t o
the •oot.ch to etteet cure:, will be forwarded to any part
ectintry for Fifteen fatibirs. Address
LP JOIINStiN, Drawer 404.
Ofilee 03 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y.
pitIVATE DISEASES.—DR. BROWN'S
11F.DICAL:tod STRiiICALptEce, No. 50 SMITH
h• 1.1 , trt.et, ht(A..oro..
rtIttIWN i• an old cui.en of Pittsburgh, and has
h,eso.. for the on tzr,,,to-nre years. Ain bus,-
se, h.o I.nottui,l mostly Lo Private and Surgical
CII'IZENS AND STRANGERS
in need of a medical monad, should not fail to and out
1 the sure piaeo of relief. The 'Doctor is areguLargradtt
i at,., and tt,.....tp, rieth, in the treatment of a certain class
at di.esses i- 0 . lir« ,ilarantee to the sufferers of obtain
:,.- la rt.:ate-at relief, by the use of his remedies and
, t„ dooming his adrit•o.
1./1.. ft Ili i W N'S REMEDIES
noon r but toe the wor-t form of Venereal Disemees„
thostrer. ..tm;rofitlous Affections. Also, all diseases
xi i-ing hem a hereditary taint, which man
manifests itself
i❑ the form of a triter, psoriasis, and a great many fermi ot skill disea-... , the othein of which the patient is en
/ it, .ly 47Lor :Ant. To pert.ous art afflicted, Dr.ltrOwn offers
ti , To , of a nut. and :needy recovers'. .
SEMINAL WEAKNkia -
, I!r.Prouvu's remedies for this alarming trouble
ihr. - Huth ton oaten by that solttary habit of senstaal goat
h. ahon, tvivell the young wad wettklaiinded often gwe
may to, ,to them own destroctlond are the only reliable
remedies I:hoan In add country—they are aide, and
nmlze a rpcetly restoration of health.
REIELIMATISIII.
lir. Brown's remedies never fail to cure this_painfu
.1.,...m.0• to days—he drill warrant a cure.: He aLso
treats Plieq, Cleft, Gonnorrtana, Stricture, Ifrethal Dia.
..tiarges, Female Weaknems.Monthly Stippresainlin, Dia
omses of the Joints, Pbdula in Alm...Nervous Affections,
Pais, in the Beek and Kidneys, Irritation of the Blad
der. together with ell di-eaves of att talpilre origin.
A otter describing the 'symptom., eontaining a r it,
I,t eeted to DR. BROWN, No. So Southfield stresit, I l itue
burgh, Pa., will he immediately answered. Medicine
t.. ni to any addresa, safely peeked and secare from ob.
-, rvahou.
&mice and Private Rooms, No. 60 Smithfield stree
httahurgh., Pa. es •
To Young Alen.
A LL WI-R) ARE SUFFERING FROM
[he eifect4 of youthful excess" self-abuse, or the
aroing from Sexual Disease, can be surely and
permanently rector vi to perfect health, strength, and
amor, by tniing the
ELIXIR DE VIE.
Ties most raluatle feiticine is prepared from a r
pt i,f an eminent ?unman l'hrslelathand is C l OaStana
la Europe with never failing success. It wit
theroughly remote all
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
SEMINAL EIfISSION3
IND
IMPEDIWE: TS TO .DIARRIAGE,
And Milt restore the Sufferer and the impotent to a state
of perfect manly rigor. It will thoroughly eradicate the
tq1,..t..1 of either
MERCURY or DISEASE,
Prom which so many thousands are continually suffer
tug without knowing a remedy.
The. coat of cure is trifling. One bottle will last on
month, and is suitable for either cox. Sent free by ma
to all part, of the United States.
Price. Si per Batt!!
Address,
D. H. ANDERSON, .
381 Broadway, N. Y.
N. R.—A Circular containing full particulars and, three.
Loma will bc• , pent with eech . bottle, and free any ad.
dres9, on application.
LOCAL AGENTS WANTED
ninlkerridaw-eal
iII'GINLEY'S ICE . CREAM SALOON
AND CONFECTIONERY,
No. 27 1-2 Fifth St., opposite the Exohonge Bank.
WHINLEY,. AT HIS SPACIOUS .
• and elegantly arranged rooms, located as above .
3 prepared to furnish all the Luxuries of the Season in
his line. Delicious
Ice Cream, Fruits, Fresh Pies, Cakes of
all kinds •
-
And orery deseripUon of Confectionery; all of the best
inaterog Neill be served to order, day and eveuintr... .
Zie Orders for palliespromptly Call a_nd Jung
for yourself. AVGIBLRY.-
RAILROAD sPna . COMPANY.
Jos. Dilworth; to. W. C. Bichieli,
(: . I!ere..,sors to Porter. Rolle cf
inTACT DIMS or
RAILROAD SPIVD\S,
CHAIRS AND BOAT SPIKES,. ‘.‘
Cor. of Water it. and Cherry alley,
jy2d.ly
PI TIM 0208, P-1.
FIRST CLASS
BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS,
OF ALL STYLES AND SIZES.
MADE TO ORDER,-OR SOLD FROM' THE SHELVES.
A LARGE STOCK OF
CONICEROIAL STATIONERY.
PRINTING
In all its branches, CARDS, CIRCULARS, DILLS
LADING, PAMPHLETS.
J. R. AVELDIN,
63 Wood street near Fourth.
OUT, RUST A: CLARK,
aszrmscr=aB 4-nD DiAl.3.rx
SPERM , RAPE, ELEPHANT, WHALE, LARD AND
MINERS' OILS,
Also, Smite, Bank, Shore, Tanners and Neatafoot CO
Sperm, Pntent and Adamantine Candles,
iattlyd 61 FERRY STREET, NEW TORHX.;
B. C. & J. /1. SAWYER,
tLLnrec=iial'a 0P
LARD OIL, CANDLES,
Pilin; Toilet and Rosin Soaps;
No. 47 Wood Street, Pittsburgh,ya.
....
R. A. CALDRBLI,
CALDWELL .1-; BRO.,
BOAT FUR.N.I.SEIBBS.ffAILLERBIj,
Manilla, Hemp wad Outon.Ooralake;
Oakum, Tar, Piton, Rosin and Oils;
Light and Heavy Dritting% - ete. - 7 •
• ra9 /Poi. 88 Water, and 78 Fro=
~tedie~l
RETURN7NG.
30 P.
AR ttl VE AT PLTTSBURGLI—IIIaiI, 2:23 P.m; F,spr
'& la; Express. 2223 A. tr.
ACCO3ISIODATION TRAINS, from Patera' street,
Allegheny, for New Brighton, 0.20 A. at., and 520 P. C.
Prom " - G 1 ,7. - -
Through trains connect as follows:
P2.-.10 "
At Alliance, with trams on the Cleveland and Pittsburgh
Railroad.
At oriwille, Ohio, to and from Millersburg, Akron, Coy
[loge Falls, etc.
At Marian' old. Ohio, for Mounteail
dusky, Toledo, Detroit, etc. rnon, Shelby, S- -
Al Crestline, for Delaware. Springfield, Columbus, CM.
einnati, Xenia, Dayton; fadianapolis, St. Itimis, Louis
-
At Forest, for Springfield, Sandusky, Dayton, Cincin
nati, etc, etc.
At Luna, for Sidney. Dayton,CincinnatL etc, etc.
At Fort Wayne, for Paru,"Lafay - ette, Ind., St. LonialUMl
intermediate purls in Central Indiana and Illinois.
Al P l ymouth for Laporte.
At Vianatala fur all points on the New Albany and Salem
Railroad.
And at Chicotgo, with trains for all points in Illinois.
lowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
For further information and throrgh tickets apply
J. STEWART, Ticket Agent,
Passenger Station, Pittsburgh
01. C. STEVENSON, Ticket Agent,
Th Passenger Station, Allegheny
rough Tickets for sale at the Ticket °fru:nor the
Company ton the line of the road, to all parts of the
'United totates. - -I. .L -110412 lft1N,- -
Jell General Passenger Agent, Pittsburgh.
CieVerand •& Pittsburgh Paillxiiid....
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, April 27, trains will
leave the Depot of the Pennsylvania Railroad, in Pitts
burgh, a." follows: Pi ttsb urgh, L; ,d. mut Chicago ..Linc.—Esp trains
I leaves Pittsburgh at L. 15. A. a,, aud 1:05 P. C., fo iess r
Cleve
land. Buffalo, Toledo, Detroitiililwaukee, Chicago, and
I the North West. The 1:06 r. a. train connects at Bayard
with trains for all points on the Tuscarawas Branch.
Passengers desiring to gado Chicago via Cleveland,
mart be particular to ask for tickets via Cleveland.
Rirer Line.—Expreos trains. leave at 12:19 A. a., and
LOS r. at: for Wheeling, Zanesville,- Circleville, Colunisl
bus and Cincinnati. 't lie 12i15 A. is:train stops at "{Vella: -
ville. Steubenville and stations below Steubenville. The
1:o9 P. a. train - stops at Wellovule and stations below
Mutt Train leaves at 6x29 A. st.; stopping st all Way Sta
tions on River Line.
Accommodation leaves at 800 r..x.; running. to e
lis
Title only:stoiming at all Way Stations. • , t."-,.... -
Affsburoh, Catenbas and Cauinoati Shall Linc - iia• Mau
laolville.—Fast ExpresA at 12:15 A. N., and Express 1:05 P. -
a., for Newark, Columbas, Dayton, IndianapolUtol ti
cirinati„Cairo,St Lonia, New Orleans;-and - all - points in
the South West.
The Express Tram 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 Columbus, by the short line,
must be particular to ask for tickets via Steubenville.
Baggage checked through and handled free of chap.:ll,
Fare always a..q• low - asany .. otlatir - rtittta, and connect,;lions certain. • - " ' '
Through Tickets can be procured nt Pittsburgh, Ear
risburgh. Philadelphia, New York and Boston.
r R. MYERS, General Titket.Agent, Cleveland.
.3NO.- STEWART, Ticket Agent,
apf 27
1859 .. Baltimore and.4llhlo Railroad Co. 1859
THE BALTDIORE ArS;D 01110 . RAM
and forward
A. ROAD COMPANY are now prepared to receive
Merchandise Mader Through bills of lading
to and from PITTSBURGH AND THE EASTERN •
CITIES.. •
Rates gliaranteed to beeonally favorable with those of
the Pennsylvania Railroad C'omy,any, or any other line. .
For information as to rates, facilities, etc„ etc., appli
cation may by made by letter or in person to either
rrof the undersigned agteats: .. .. . ...
At BOSTON,--A.loSes-POtter, corner Stateand Washing
ton streets
At NEW YORE, C.V . . Perini), 229 Broadway, above
the Astor House.
At PRILADELPHL-1. Calhoun Ac Coa - ton, corner
Broad and*Cherry streets. , • ' • . -
At P HILADELPHIA, Col. Relly, corner- - Sixth and-
Chestnut streets.
At BALTIMORE, 3. T. England, Camden Station.
At PITTSBURGH:J. A. Cartglaer 14 4 : Water street.
an lel.. Particular attention of merehtuffs„ manufacturers
and d shippers generally, of _Pittsburgh, Allegheny City,
vicinity, is called to the facilities of this New Bouts -
ao compare snub others, and their patronage and favors
J
are resalOdf Ge pectfull_y solicited. HENRY D. MEARS.. , •
neral Freight Agent B. a: 0.11. FL Ca., ..
'MEW 'ROUTE. - VTA RIVER AND
-LA . RAILROAD. • - ..
Itulianapolia & Cincinnati Itaitroad.
, ._. ~
1 connectin g at Indianapolis with Terre Haute, and
Terre Haute and Alton Railroad, to St. Louis and Lafay-
ette and • IndianapoliA New Albany And...Saleina:s3indL
hlichigadCential Roads for CHICAGO, BOCK ISLAND,
BURLINGTON, and all intermediate points.
Through Freight Train 63' ENDIANApoLts,•TERRE
HAUTE, LAFAYETTE and PERU.
Freights carried from Clucinuati or. Lawrenceburg ins
.i
less time than by any other route by twenty.four.hoilia.'
and at as low rates. b
The only road y Which sfitprnents - '
breakican be made from Cincinnati to the West, without
ng ul. : • , . , t'! . ., ! ... _
Con.sigtuneuts made to J. E. GIBBONS, A.gent, at Cin
cinnati: Or, W. - F.: CUTTING,.Agent, arLawrenceburg,',,
will receive prompt. attention... r rtand no charge for com
bmission; no charge for' drcikdgi o ioni.von at Lawrence
ugi ftirther intormayon apply to THOMAS RATIGAN,
(No. 11l Water street ,r Agent of the Company, who is
prepared to give 'meccas siscrtera to Indianapolis, Terre ,
Haute, Lafayette; Chicago, P eru , -Greencastle, Craw -
fordsville, Charleeton, Paris and.Maitool:ll.- - '
~..
- . . . 11. C. LORD, Presiden •
JNO. F. CHEEK, General Freight:Agent. ,=8 ,-- -
AMID B- CUBIBIO-- ... . ....... .: ... '..... ..... . ... BMA* R 08.14110 = 'i
rowtar, nrrrounoz-.. ..... - .... ... -nr.Tax L. athowavr./ C ... -
11RLING-, ROBERTSON & CO.; Ma . :;':
facturers of Cut, Pressed and Plain That GLAEZ.. '..',...
WARE. . Warehouss, No.- / 'l7 -wood street.' corner ''
Front, Pittsburgh-.• ~-.
fla- All other kinds of Glassware and Window i3.l.as
at low market prices
-txr A..' & • P.' II ~1 R B tr.R G,-
TY •
crpoarzia A.a . n lai:n7ACiai ll9 or . ,
AND GENERAL C031.1.11_ - :KION NIERCRAIVM,
_ ~ .. ..
NO. 45 WEST LOMBARD $T- BALTIMORE. D.
We invite the attention of the trade to our large and
w ell'asnorted_stock of German and Domestic Oigata •
Our-facilities for importing:as:mil as the - variety o
as f oar '
assortment are unsurpassed by any house in the State,
While large contracts mado by ono of the
hold
dating tho .. 1
dull in Germany. enable us to hold out eat
in-
dueernents to our friends:at present, - . . ..., -
AT H. MULLER'S CELEBRITED
sEtRE - LING BOCK and 3/I.ISEULE WIN 4,
imported and for .It , by W. A..t
Aue F. ..N.LARBURG.
Sole
. nt... Baltimore, Md.
GERMN HARDWARE -AND CUTLE
A
fiT, imported and for rale at l ow
... figures, by
i E. ,,,,, , N1y W. A. & F..XLEIBIfiIi,., Baltimore, /ad.
azi_ETWRIGHT- & YOUNG - -
:- . .1 , -•- (Sideceguion3Yo 'John t'artwri tdit..l
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
of Pocket and Tablo Cutlery.Burlocal andDeo , • '
rWol.wittrth_rtipaneelo442°Tunshoi.giv.P;e:ertl3:ipecee.par:tal7:4Ltt774orto‘l'th.
.:1..1.rr"*.
~...0
i~roails.
1859 FALL AIIRANGBIgnm, 71859
Ua.and ' Afterlr onitay4iictobei:loth.
Pennsylvania Central Railroad.
NINE DAILY TRAEVS,
THE THROUGH MAILTRAIN leaves the Passenger
Station every morning, (except Sunday%) at 2450 A. x,
stopping only at principal stations between Pittsburgh,
Johnstown, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and at all regular
H on bet een Jolundown and HarrLsburg, connecting
arriving in Philadelphia at 5:00 P. ix
THE FAST o Id,.. NE leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at
P. X., stopping only at principal stations, making
direct connections at Harrisburg tbr - Baltimore, and
arriving Philadelphia or Baltimore at 7) a.
THE EXPRESS TRATN leaves the Station every
evening at 0:05 p. sr, stopping only . at 'Greensburg, La
trobe, Johnstown, Wilrnore, trallican, Altoona, Aci,, con
andgaHarsburg with the train direct for Bath:Clore,
arriving in Philadelphia at 10:00 a. X.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS:
THE JOILNSTOWN WAY PASSENGER TRAIN
leaves daily (except Sunday) at Otto o'clock, A. M., stop
ping at all Matsons,. connecting with Indiana Branch
Train at 10:50 and arriving at Joluistown 1:10 X. 11 .1
Conemangh, P. X. - - - -
THE JOHNSTOWN ACCODIMODATION ',TRAIN
leaves daily, (except Sundays.) at 250 P. X, stopping at
all stations, and running as tar as Conemaugh.
FIRST ACCOMMODATION TRAIN - fur Tattle, Creek
Bridge leaves daily, (except Sunday) at 11:10
SECOND ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle
Creek leaves daily. (except Sunday.) at 4:Xip.x. -
THIRD ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creel:
leaves daily . , (excupt Sunday,) at P. X. . ,
RETURN /NG TRAINS arrive in. Pittsburgh as fol
lows :—Expretis, 12145 P. r; Mail, 11:50 P. FostEine,
12::A A. r;, Johnstown. Accommodation, 11.1.10 . a. st; 'l , lrst.
Turtle Creek Accommodation, 0:30 A. X; Second Ac
commodation, 1:10 P. at; Third Accommodation, C 135
Trains for Blairsville and Indiana connect at Blair's.
'title Intersection with Johnstown Way Passenger Train
.East, Express Train West, and the Johnstown Aceorn
mmlation Train East and West.. - •
PITTSBURGH AND CONNELLSVILLE_TRAINS
stopping at all stations on fill, Pittsburgh and Cannel's-
,
villa Road, leave daily, (Sunday excepted) a 9 &ROWS :
Mail Train. Tao 4. Yr; Express Train, 2i50 P. tit. Return
ing trains-from Pittsburgh and Connetistille Road-ar
rive at Pittsburgh 6i45 e. lc; and 6:15 P. Pt. - The traveling public mll find• it greatly to their inter
est. in going - East or West, to travel by the Pennsylvania
Railroad, as the accommodations now offered cannot
be surpassed on any other route. The road is ballasted
with stope . and is entirely free from dust; we can
Promi° 9 slt ' elYt speed and comfort to all who may favor
this road with their patronage.
No Ne FARE:-
w 00 I To
...... $9 9 Get
PhiLidelphla.- 10 00 65
Harrisburg,. $7 43.
Baggage checked - to all stations on tlfe-Penusylvania
Railroad, and to Philadel phis, Baltimore arid - New York.
Passengers purohasing ticaets in car; chkrged
ONE.HALF CENT PER MILE in additionwill
tothe Station
rates, except from elation where the Company has no
ga'ICE.L.In ease of loss, the Company- will hold
themselves responsible for personal baggage only, and
for an amount not exceeding $lOO. -
N. B.—The Excelsior Omnibus - Line luta "been
from
to convey Passengers and Baggage'fo and
from the Depot, at a charge not to exceed 25 cents for
each passenger and baggage.
For tickets apply to J. STEWART, Agent,
, At the . P. R. It. Passenger Station,
octiO On Liberty and Grant streets.
PITTSBURGH, FT. WAYNE AND
CHICAGO RAILROAD, - " '
Completed from Pittsburgh to Chicago
WOODRUFF'S SLEEPLNO CARS ATTACEEEDTo Ai
_ THE NIGHT . TRAIN& :
THROUGH WITHOUT CHARGE OF CARS!
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11th, 18 / 9
Trains will leave the Station, cotter of Liberty and
Grant streets, llttsburgh, as fellows:
Lcave Pitteburgli. Cre , tlwie. Fort Wayne
Express.. .....-1_"•1 . , &Id; A. W. 1.01 P.
h ail GiSil a. /S.
Expres, ... 12:50 P. a. 8:41 P. a. 2 :0) A.
ARRIVE AT CHICAGO—ErprepR, 6:47 P. a.; ifs
8:17 A. Y.
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