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3. HARM DAVIS. .7071 N PLUILIrs.
[Firm of J. k IL P101111,3.]
DAVIS & PHILLIPS,
[Successors to Phiflipn k Co.]
Brass Founder's and Finishe
PLUMBERS, GAS & STEAM FITTERS,
mEmia
CHANDELIERS, PENDENTS A: BRACKETS,
STORE, NO. 67 WOOD STREET,
FOUNDRY AND SHOP, No. 148 FIRST ST.
S. B. & C. P. MARKLE,
r=l
Printing. Job and all Kinds of Wrapping
PAPER,
{WAREHOUSE, NO. 27 WOOD STREET,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
..itio-Raga bought at market prices. m3B
T S. FLEMING, successor to L. Wilcox
& Co, corner of Market street and the lhamon3,
keeps eonstantly on hand a full assortment of DRUGS,
biEDICLICES, MEDICINE CHESTS. PERFUMERY, and
," ally articles pertaining to the business.
kir- Physician.' Prescriptions carefully compounded
at all hours. je9:y
WALT= P. muurnsTt _
.305112P11 H. IZUCIII.3.
WP. MARSHALL CO., Importers
• and Dealers in French burgh..can PAPER
HANGLNGS, No. 87 Wood street, Pit
air Sale agents for the celebrated manufacturer of
Mews. Delieourt k Co, Paris. sa7
ItEY7NIER ..t - ANDERSON, (Fuccessors to
Joshua Rhodes it lil. , wholesale dealers in FO R
*IGN FRAHTS, NUTS, SPICES, CONFECTIONERY,
SUGkRB. & e ., No. 89 Wood street, opposite the dt.
Charles Hotel, Pittsburgh. sr).
J
. M. LITTLE,
DAUEIR.CI3.A.N'T TAILOR,
NO. 54 ST. OLAJR STREET,
(Dr. Irish's Now Building,)
denly PITTSBURGH
U - FULTON, BELL AND BRASS
•FO pared to furnish to orderUNDFiI,SECOND Street; Pittsburgh.
le Pre,
`C RCfI, STEAMBOAT, FACTORY ANL OTHER
BELLS, OF ALL SIZES,
From ID to 10,000 pounds.
CHIME BELLS made to order. STOP ANT/GAUGE
COCKS of all sizes, for Steamboats.
MINERAL WATER PUMPS, COUNTER RAILINGS,
and every variety of Brass Castings, finished in the
neatest manner.
_.
Air. RABBITS FANTI-ATTRITION METAL; FUL
TON'S PATT MERALLIC PACKING, fo u r. Steam
23:1y
__
PHILLIPS & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WiIRF BOAT PROPRIETORS AND
S/IPPLNG GENTS of scare ßlin ntral Rail
road. Mark Goods, t o all cases, to our
no27:lidew—Jlo
D. V. KNEELAND
K EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
SQUARE AND OVAL BONNET Bon s, ;
Alen,
_makes to order PLAIN AND FANCY PAPER
BOXES, suitable for Shoes, Dry Goods, &c, at Eastern
prices. Corner Virgin alley and Wood street, (third
story- Citisensrßantr,) Pittsburgh, Pa. iega
TEAS OF EXTRA FINE QUALITY
- SELLING ERY LOW.
Th eat assortment in the city will always be found at
• THE PEKIN TEA STORE,
No. 33 Fifth Street, NeAr Wood.
S. JAYNES.
CARTWRIGHT & YOUNG,
(Successors to John Cartwright,)
XnstrnANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Burgled and Dental
ments, Guns, Pistols, Fishing Tackle, etc., No. 88
Wood street. They give special attention to the montane)
luring of Trusses Supporters, etc. Jobbing and Repair
ng with punctuality and despatch. anl7
COUNTRY RESIDENCES FOR SALE.—
a A valuable property of six. acres, with a good dwel
ling house, orchard and garden, three-fourths of a mile
trom the ciry, $5,600. Also, a desirable property of 20
r t four miles from the city, with good brick disci
hug ho 500 fruit trees, grapes and small &flits, $6,000.
Also, an exc nt property of a% acres, good house 1000
fruit trees, Ac.; uate at -1 miles from the city, $2,500.
The above are all hi - healthy and pleasant locations, and
immediate possession can be had.
S. CUTIIBERTA 5051, ,
Real Estate Agents, 51 Market
TEAS.—A choice selection of Black and
Green 'l" , e in store and for sale Wholesale or Re
tail,' at the Pa Bo a.' Tea Store, corner of the Diamond
and Diamond tZley.
A -
GONG that is gou 0.
nded too loudly only
startles people, so in sounding your Noises. you
can't do. it with too light a hand. FLENG, corner
Wood and Sixth, merely say, if you want HATS, CATS,
or CLOTHING, lust call. • octls
WOOL GOODS.-200 dozen for sale at
77 Mum= &num
WINDOWCURFAINS—Green and Fig
urod, at telielo,...salorand retail, at reduce price
W. P. MARS : ALL & CO.
sntels and gestaurants.
B. D. Mersa,
SCOTT HOUSE,
Cor. Irwin street and Duquesne Way,
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
MARKER & GRAHAM,
PROPRIETORS.
CORNIICOPLE RESTAURANT,
BY ELI YOUNG, FIFTH STREET
THE ATTENTION OF MERCIIANTS
and others is directed to this establishment. which
has been recently fitted up for the purpose of affording
a SUBSTANTIAL EATING HOUSE IN A CENTRAL
LOCATION. Country folks attending market are par
ticularly invited to call. Everything pertaining to on
EATING SALOON will always tie found, of thefreshest
the market affords. ati2Sidaw
CLINTON HOUSE,
U.1170.1r1 . 0 ir.ii, Pennsylvania,
JOHN BIERER, Proprietor.
THIS COMMODIOUS AND POPULAR
HOTEL, after being refitted and furnished through
out, with elegant furniture, is now ready for the reeep
bun of guests. Tho Railroad from Connellsville to
Uniontown will be finished early In July, thus affording
a cheap and pleasant mode of traveling to persons wish
ing to escape the heat and smoke of Pittsburgh during
the heated term. This House is situated within a few
moments drive of the celebrated Fayette Springs, and
the proprietor is determined to spare neither trouble or
expense iq rendering those who visit him eotnfortablo.
Charges moderate. myladf
SEETON'S OLD STAND,
JOHN SAVAGE, Proprietor.
Having taken and fitted up. with all the modern im
prorements, this popular resort, the suhßerdier is pre
pared to accommodate his old customers and the path ,
generally, with the best the market affords. Oyster
will be served up in everariety of during Mt
season. His Es. Liquo y
r, v end Ales he feels cbritiden
in recommendm g to the public for their excellence.
non:ly
OYSTER An WING ROUSE,
NO. 111 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH
LAKE AND EASTERN FISH,
FRESH PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE OY
I=l
no2G] GEO. REINEMAN 6: CO.
lA I N ,r SlyN tz - r 1 , 10 , 1 7 5 1 E . ,, OEO... , AU:I I W ; C :-, .. i i: t ' 7
1 „
A,
assenger Pe e pot 'oi o tila Pela 4 nil l yir ' a t h r : -. ..: ifflroa ' .rw ' lite ' li
makes It the most eonventent hellos m the (my for 11.4-
Setgel , arriving by that road.
The proprietor Miring. at ememierable expense, fitted
up, in excellent style. the M..kNi.l.liilii: IP It'l.W., a °old re
spectfully solicit a share ofpub,. patronage There e.
attached a splendid sT ABLE end ~a,...,,,,,,, w Ai.,:N
YARD, affording ample scoommodatlon to traveler, and
teamsters. Ills Larder and Bar will be furnished with
the best the marl:clean afford. felt)
pagnerran
a- 3EI S '
AmbrotyPe and Photograph 1 TOBACCO, SNIFF AND SEGABS,
ram unarm, ap.'3l"ZJ
GALLERY,
TV 121 . :.. t! bent, ,n;
NEARLY OPPOSITE TilF. POST oFFICE
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
C9-Tcro silver 7.lledri.li 11W Ll' de
fir
Plifdogrnplo, Arnl , rotypes, and 1,10. , Sue l'ioture:.
SMALL PICTURES . ENLARti ED TO LIFE
ts and
('..ores colored in Oil on('..ores('..oresr,..
LIFE-SIZE,
Colored to 011.latelle, or Plat U, I.!, m i t Art:V.:4
JAMES W. WOODWELL.
jeS Johe.' fiulichns. Fourth lozwet. ; lIRNITURE AND CHAIRS,
p 11‘,T,,4; RA 1' 11, A M.8R0 . 1 - I . l'll. .7 . ,1 WUOLESILE ND RETAIL,
1, %IN. 'TYPE kNI , 'TT I , EI GA!.
LERY. Che. Fan and —The .0,...,0., . EMI:RA.(I ~ f urtc.tti7
log, fitted hp ieworo , IC lio-ew , .!! I. *-1.!.e.;,...3 - . 5% •:'
w-om.ri hike I.lk,ne•wom
'AN
F.\ 11, 'i!! ' I '!.sts , “ , toot I ! it we e •
x.
an! SATISFACCI. ;In New V rs I 1, 4. 4'. i
C.ll/ arld_eliallinv the col! . .root..
style, and at Eabto , rn pmts.
ETEDEI
_
41tIermen.
CliAlll,l , j-; W. LEWIS, LT)Eftll,‘
AND EX,FTIC, /1 . 311ri, G 7 ¶1(1 Pr..lk:L
THE coitSEl4 ill S VLIE
44 - All bu,ne., t,• orh
tz. with Forilplnr , C. osll rm
dour with k e it ttr,strrwy I.'
Pittsburgh. Pa.
—„..
rowt,r of .kt.t.r.rapy, ,
To the trwrill ., of U:e
C.0,mmt....,10,,,r t,
nJ C. - ,./ rt. of 01, Stati, j?..
N ono of Ito, tro,:n htatlot,
fall, .
ale very ,1..” ,rat
THOS P. STOTESBURY,
SUGAR AND COFFEE BROKER
119 South Front Street.
PHILADELPHIA.
iiiir-Parucular attcr.tlou .a,l t•• rang Went ant ,ler
!or ortL.l.
W.
CALDWELL
BOAT FTIZSISIIERS d DIALER I
Mianilin, Hemp and Cettein
taktim, The, Patch, ti. , aaraiD aszai eaale.
Tairl.adui• 7 _ l alack. Light nuil IS ("71 . I Till tn
11 Non. ei.4 Water . : sad Front Ata
SAP OTIFIE'Et.,
_roan? J. A.IIISCILbOI
CONCENTRATED LYE
NO HOUSE SHOULD SE WITHOUT IT
LABOR, TIME AND MONEY IS SAVED BY IT.
FOR SALE BY ALL R"roIthEEEPER.4
Salt Manufacturing Company,
396 Penn St., above Canal
oc2imsotu..th
PURE SA ! PVICE SA Orr=
THE ONLY WARRANTED PURE AND DRY
Table, Dairy and Packing Salt,
HAWORTH k BROWNI.ER.
JOSEPH HORNE
.Thouss GlumuL
IN THE DIAMOND,
EgCELSSOR
VIIOLZSALZ AND RETAIL DRAMS IN
TERS AND WILD GAME.
All to. their Proper Season
Na 70 Fifth Street,
IM PFRI kL.
F'l4.o'To(3-PLA.P' I-I S,
ALL , GALLERY
MIIIIMI
FIF:TH
The Ready Family Soap Maker 1
MA NUFACTU R. ED O'LP B Y THE
PENNSYLVANIA
In MaClutivqiireti by the
Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing Company,
396 PENN STREET, ABOVE CANAL
oc2l:mvtusth
JAMES A. FETZER,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
FOE VIZ ?Lill OF
/POUR . , Grain, Bacon, Lard, Butter, Seed
Dried Fruit and Produce Generally,
COHNES 07 MARKET AND 7111.25 T tyTREET,
pirrSl3L; Min, PA
Rcm TO—Francis G. Bailey, Esq., William Dilworth,
Sr., S. Cuthbert & Son, Pittsburgh, Boyd Ott,
.4 Swearingen, S. Brady, Cash. M. & H. 13ank, Lot
Howell, Mangle Co., George W. Anderson, Donlon,
Paxton & Co.. Wheeling.
NEW CARPET
FOR FALI , "TRADE , _
W. D. & H. 'C A L V Ai,
NO. 87 FOURTH ST., NEAR WOOD,
have now on hand their newly selected stock of
Carpets, Oil Cloths, OrUggetS.
FELTING, MATTING,
RUGS AND DOOR MATS,
Piano and Table Covers, Window Shaties,SWir ?Cods, ay.
We purchased our goods on the most advantageous
terms, and will insure the utmost satisfaction to all who
may favor us with a call. We are determined to sell at
uniform and moderate rates.
W. D. L H. McCALLUM.
ARATOGA WATER.—A supply of Con
gress Water, also Empire Spring 'Water, fresh from
Saratoga, Just received and for sale by
L. WILCOX:,
corner Smitbtetd and Fourth .LA
2.00 dozen Lemon Syrup;
10 do Raspberry Syrup;
10 do Strawberry Syrup;
10 do
_Pine Apple Syrup—for Rain hy
CU. XWT=STMNESS - GOODS, Na,i) -- LI
kj Work, Mourning Goods, and Dorneaties, very low
.H
C.ANIiiON LOVE,
re." , No. 74 Market direct.
JOSEPH lIORNE,, No. 77 litarket Street,
received another lot of the NEW MATINEE
SKIRT. and Douglass & iSherwood's superior BKELE.
TON Sligtlß, with the adjustable Bustle. Also, white
arid gra- a echante Corsets, in all sines. 1621
UTA'
-135 bbhs. to arrive, and lo
(mr2.B) HENRY 13. COLLINS.
itER VALbRIAN.—
. A. FAHNITOCII.4 CO.,
er of Wood and First eFreete.
R WN'S
gross for sale I
SYRUP AND MOLASSES.-
25 New York Golden 8 • p;
50 " N. O. Diolasees,in /• • barrele, in ' • %ere
and for sale by HAWORTH & B • t•
in th
• : PAP • .—A su • •
excra heavy.
-- .--1109, 16 Wood sirtist.
Vrolessionat.
CHARLES W. WINGA.RD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
lair Also practices in Lycorrung, Centre, Clearfield,
and Cambria counties. atiglf,,
JAMES A. DUNLEVY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC
OFFICE—So. VI GRANT STREET.
C .A. IR. ID .
JscoTT, DENTIST,
J
Ilas removed to the hooro lately occupied by
l , r. W. A. WARD,
No. 278 Penn Street,
(South sole,) third door ribovo Band street.
sir Office boom from 9 A. 31. till 6 P.N. 14,619
JAMES . S. KING,
DENTIST,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND DWELLING TO
No.loo Fifth Street,
CORNER OF CHERRY ALLEY,
Where his patronx and frivnd• are invited to call.
ferny
JAMES A. LOW RI E, Attorney at Law,
()glee, Fourth ntreet, Pitt. , bargh, to Smith
fold timi Cherry Ailey.
- -
trl„ Surgeon Dentist, successor to
.G. N 0.144 Smithfield mtrect.
Sr Office hours from eight to 1 o'clock, and from 2
to G o'clock. fonly
Mines and Signors.
WM. CLAYTON A: CO.,
LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
No. 37 DIAMOND ALLEY,
NEAR. WOOD S' REST,
PITTSBURGH, PA
$ Ah,rnys on hand. illnekterry. Cherry and Cogn•
Brandt,, 1514 Monougat.la uwl 7tltied Whisky.
tha very hart quahty.
E. I'. MIDDLETON At. BRO.
DlroirrEßs OF
WINES, BRANDIES, &c
DEA L MI6 IN
Fine Old Whim Lies,
NO. 5 NORTH FRONT STREET,
14,1:iya PHILADELPHIA
Zobacco and egars.
t U. RINEHART,
• 111XenCITILTA r..rD C , LALTJt 2". LLL 1.L.31..1 CT
tai 001 , STREET
LYON ARNSTUAL,
Virginia Chewing Tobacco,
A-Nl' MED/ I'M under tte R. CrLs.r:er 11,
, ocll
E•••ry nra•l4. I. 1
t "'AT ac I'o.,
f , .
.~ ~. t:...~F'~....~
CARRIAGES,
I \\'l4,. ;1.7.4. •:I' -
~
=SEIM
11 - %1:
wor,rwo:•!,,l•
1t1.1.‘1,1-`; AT CI I is,,Vo
MESE
THE CI.IMAX it.;RAIN FAN.
THEsui,,scitlßEns 11 A VIN 4 i 1;01:611 . 1 .
tt,, rißm /4T1.1 Arm.
otr,ng (4,1.
fa-t , ry f.,t4,..1 MUNN It I:ToVm.
14 y.l .41,0-4 , 1,444 , 11'4,tr'11.1rre't rt'st. ram,. .'.
1, 0 4 4.4 ...!;
tho r tuth , tllll verywher. :,at they hate twett
t. 4.7 Sr,. n.-A!, cheap 44.:44 %
I, IN ,
.-11.11 Y 4:41,rn.
J. 'a lA , ' V.
n A lydsur
oldurational.
DIRMINGHAM
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
AND
WRITING ACADEMY,
College Hall, Diamond Birmingham
TElOls, (t4II ON EN'FRANCI:
For Ornaineuttl Wrttlng
Nam Wn:lng to Iwe unhrnAted.
Writmg to:A
No oxtra !charge (r time :king Reholarnhip , for
iiratmnrii, etc.
nutnuroun applicatwna the f‘,11,...•
tog chargye will to.
Writing. (alone.) threw month.,
Chews in Arii.LigicCe, (Mental and Practical, and also
in Orthography and Granicnu,) ore regularly conducted
by the Principal. And a now test.n.iw jn this College,
also a very requisite and important one, will le,. nth°,
ough Commercial Mercantile Correnpoeleoce,"--thus
enabling the studentto commence , buslneen in a correct
and systematic maner, on his leaving College. This
desideratum canno n t be too highly estimated. A new
publication on this subject will shortly be published by
Lelthend d Blanffer.
Good hoarding at V.,bo per week. Birmingham Ferry
free for students. Entrance at any time. For specimens
of Writing, enclose two postage statrips, and address,
G. H. LEITHEAP, Principal,
Pittsburgh, l'a.
ST. FRANCIS , COLLEGE
Under the Care of the Franciscan Brothers,
LciAr.i"ro, CAMBRIA. COUNTY, PA.,
TINSTITUTLON, naturally situated
j. for Educational PurpeSes, telbrris all the induce
menu that can tie desired fore Catholic Institution. It
to located in the most healthy and Picturesque tort on
of the Alleghenies, distant four mile, from Cresson
Station, on the direct mail route between Philadelphia
and Pittsburgh. The scholastic year commences the
first of September, and will close on the Ist day of July
follbwing.
'rho Terms for Board, including a thorough English
Scientific course, are $lO9 pot annum,
Tho Classico and l‘lodern Languages form an extra
charge of $lO per annum.
Washing and use of Bedding t.lO.
For further particulars apply M the superior of the
Jllege.
Referenaos cLpa be made to the Rt. Rev. Dr. O'Connor.
•
VINCEN'I"S COLLESE AND SEMINA
RS, under the care of the Benedictine Fathers,
near LATROBE, WESTMORELAND COUNTY, Pa
In the College are taught the qisuat-lfranclies of En
glish Education.
in the - Seminary, the Classics, Mathematics, History,
RiletrlfiCN, Philosophy, etc., and the different branches
of higher erudition necessary or useful to those aspiring
to the Priesthood.
The terms for-board and Tuition are $OO per year, to
be paid semi-annually, strictly in advance.
German and French, and other-languages, Dravriu g
Painting, Music, form no extracharges,oreepting some
rocompensation for the use of instruments.
Medicine, Washing, Books, Stationery, de., form extra
charges.
For particulars apply to the Directors of the College.
The Collegiate year begins on the lot of September,
and ends on the fid of July following.
FATHER G. B. LUBIN,
Director of the College.
CEMENT FOR FRUIT CANS, at
JOSEPH FLESIING'S Drug Store,
Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup, at
Joseph Fleming's Drug store.
Seller's Cough Syrup, at
Joseph Fleming's Drug. 'tore.
Ayre's Cherry Pectoral, at Uos. Fleming' sDD
Store.
Brown's Bronchial Troches, at
JOSEPH F4EM-IVGI3 brag Stoi ,
corner Dianiondand Mar,at et.
110 USE AND LOT FOR. $7OO, situate
on Rebecca street, Allegheny. A BrieklHouse
an t.; on Allegheny avenue, for $9OO. For hal', Same
in Real Fat a le, cWI st. 61 Market street., .
aw l;
oet2B OUTRRETAT 41 !if:JR, Rail Agt.e.
LOCHSHAVEN, CLINTON CO., PEN VA
WIIOLLikIi D KLTAIL
WOOD STREET,
TTSIV:I7.I.II,
urniture
{. , :5 F.!: PEI. 1:4
Cr,_:irriages
=MEM
IZEIBI
rt., rt):t. 0.7,1 ,) I
WII: I :
14, M.',
patents.
THE LAST PAST
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK,
NO. 65 FOURTH STREET,
CHARTERED IN 1855.
OPEN DAILY, from 9 to 2 o'clock ; also,
on Wednesday and Saturday evenings, from May
Ist to November let, from 7 to 9 o clock; and trom No
vember Ist to May Ist. from e to 3 o'clock.
Deposits received of all sums not less than On
Dota.ea, and a dividend of the profits declared twice a
year, in June and December. Interest has been de
clared semi-annually, in June and December, since the
Bank was organized, at the rate of viz per cent. a rear.
Interest, if not drawn out, is placed to the credit of
the depositor as principal. and bears the same interest
from the first days of June arid December, compound
ing twice a year without troubling the depositor Meal' or
even to present his pass book. At this rate, mane; will
double in less titan twelve years, making, in the aggro.
gate [TOUT AND ONL-LIAL/ PCB CENT, A TEAR.
Books containing the Charter. By-Laws, Rnles and
Regulations, tarnished gratis, on application at the
office
GEORGE ALBREE.
TICE PalailDESTB.
Hopewell Hepburn
James
James 1,. KelloY,
Robert Robb,
Isaac N. Pennock,
11,11 Burgwin,
John G. Backofen, P. A. Madeira,
John B. Canfield, John H. Mellor,
J. Gardiner Coffin, ' James B. D. Mends,
Alonzo A. Carrier, James WAnley,
David Campbell, Walter I'. Morahan,
John S.Cosgrave, Wilson Miller,
Charles A. Colton, Henry C. Ring - wan,
William Dough., John M. Sawyer,
Francis Felix, George S. Belden,
Benj. L. Folinestack, John D. Scully,
James W. Hallman, Alexander 'Dudlo,
William S. Haven, Theobind Umhstamler,
Charles Unzip. Isaac Whittler.
SYCIICTART AND 71111$VRISEL.
CHARLES A. courtals;.
WM. H. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Bankers and Exchange Brokers
Wood Street, corner of Third,
le3 lypirrsßunrili, PENN'A
DUNCAN, sEcERmAN & co.
BANKERS,
Corner of Pine and Nassau Ste., Now York,
Lottery of rrodit and Circular Note!: for traveler, , ,
available to a',l the iiltes of the U.nitod iitatea,(anada,
the Weal. India Nand,, etc., pornilat to tho,o m such
extensive use in Enr,.},e.
MAT , ' LIMY. 1104. D. LOOlOB.
AUSTIN 1.0011.1i4 & CO., Dealer" in
Prorrn,ory N SCJE,I , . SL .gases. and all Se.
mrntlea for mow.v.
Monuy loaned on Chr•clzs at short dates, u tth collateral
Toc,ltles
NOTES AND DRAFTS 130ni1iT AND SOLD.
d•••iring 1,31, can accommotlnted on
I,lr, enll he torottOwd with
necur:: retnntwrativr pry,.
Al•.6tten , l or the n“le, Rent/r g sot 1~112)4 .11 Real
No. 91 Et STREET. al,ro Wood.
m
AUSTIN Loois, Nw...-y
T 1101,ME - ; S.. SUNS, Bankers aryl Ex
. cliAngo and lksalars ;a Notes. Drafts.
Aceeptancrs. , :iold, Silver and Dank
on the In.t rn stud Western Citte• oon.tantly
rnado to alt the eh 10, throughout the
Cooed I,l,s;ta recukrod ;o par hind, or cur
,nt pq..r, No. t )fluket Erect t.eturovn Turd ant
Ir.,hrth strvrt.o. Llszorly
ibriarers.
WILLIAM BAGALEY,
WHOLESALE GROCER,
Noe. 18 and 20 Wood Stroot4
WM. 11. SMITiI
If .:11. 11. Si. CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
118 SECOND tho 147 FIRST STREETS,
MILLER Si. RICKETSON,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
lEll=l
Ult.% N1)11.7... 1 . r.PII AN') !tEli.lllll.
f:11 nS
.. .t r~... ~, Fr>7
SWEAREI3.'S CITY GLASS..
PrriNisvitGii, t.
Iron, Nails, Cotton Tarns. dc., sc., Con
scantly on hand.
♦T,',• IC, ..
M'CANDLESS, MEANS &
I,IE AC,13."
WIROLE %A GROCERS.
N yA to -A
EILAI Y
. • 11 Wlfg,
ifortrarding and 0:01111Ui55i 1 311.
J 0 II 110 ORII E D
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
1 E AALr. f+V
FIG M 1, AND ItLooMS
No :a WA I I REET.I LOW M lig P.T
N E Al' rIU M.
GALLAGHER, CRAIG & CO.,
BRASS FOUNDERS,
QTEs ANI) GAS PIPE FITTERS
PLUNIBFRS anti FIN Lill EILS of ull Cindn ef I,ro,
xork,
DEALIMS IN GAS FIITURES, &C.
OQ1c• and Warcraarn‘ tio. 1114 Wood •t
five Door■ frorn'FlDh
Foot Wiry, No. 102 First st.,flye Doors below
:Monongahela Mouse
'rho w,ll-know - n prootioal skill and expmenoo in the
annoua branches of Brass Casting. Steam and time Pilot
Fitting, of the senior member, of the firm. (who still
give their por,unl attention to all work entrusted
t tooth) should entitlo Us 10 a stiart , Of put,llo patronage.
All Orders Promptly ,Filled
NOTICE '11) navo on hand
A LARTiE STOCK 01,"
(lent`• Patent Leather and French Calf
CONGlii;t;tj (iAITERS
And STRAP SHOE. 4, whioh we aro saltmg low, at
31 FIFTII STREET.
W. E. SCHMERTZ & CO
11. C. SI, J. 11. SAWYER,
LARD OIL, CANDLES,
Palm, Toilet and Rosin Soaps,
No. 47 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa
srovEB, ','ENDERS. FIRE IRONS,
COAL VASES
Planniqhad and Japanned 'rlll and
HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE
Trays, &c., the largest stock ever °flexed in this city,
GEO. BLETCHER,
ffsnufacturor of tho Celebrated
GOSSAMER VENTILATING WIG ,
ELASTENG BAND TOUPEES,
AND IPCai DTBCELIPTION er
Ornaniental Hair for Ladies and Gentlemen
'NO. 05 MARKET STREET,
my 2 PITTSBURGH, PA.
FURNITURE FOR CASII.—A full ns
mornmentt of l'itteburgb rneranfaCtured FURST
'PURE, embracing
BUREAUX,
BOOK CASES,
IkARD ROBES,
And every article needed in a well furnished "dweihrg,.
as well as a splendid assortment of / r
.. g .'
OFFICE FURNITURE,
Constantly on band and made to order. ~ ,the only.
terms on which business is done at this e ~,f ireent-is
for CASH, prices are made accordingly. nB in want
of anything in the above line, would b. dtantaged by
calling at - FACKINEOb IRWIYS,
• No. 103 Smithfield eta below Fifth.
J. D. FACI:Onar
JOSS 11., irelFft . •
• • • ttStiltaltet. • •
WEST BRANCH
Mutual Insurance Company,
LOCK HAVEN, CLINTON COUNTY.
CHARTERED BY THE LEGISLATURE OP PENN
SYLVANIA.
Cash Capital $300,009 I PrC v nlill77l Notht 5132,343
THIS COMPANY WILL INSURE O
Buildings, Merchand me, Furniture, h.c., in town or
country.
Lasa:croas,—Hon. J. J. Pearce, J. B. Hall, T. T. Abrams,
Hon. G. C. Harvey, Chas. Grist. D. K. Jackman, Chat A.
Mayer, Peter Dickson, 00'. White, Thoma.s Kitchen.
HON. H. C. HARVEY, President.
T. T. Annual, Vice President.
Taos. KITCHEN, Secretary.
J. A. LIPPERT, Agent,
No. 70 Filth street.
PENNSYLVANIA INSURANCE CO.
Of Pittsburgh.
No. 63 Fourth Street
DIRECTORS.
Jacob Painter, Rody Patterson, I. Grier Sproul,
C. A. Colton, James H. llopkina. A. A. Corner,
Henry Sproul, Nick. Voeglitly, George
A. J. Jones, Wade Ilampto Robert Patrick,
Chartered 9300.000
FIRE AND MARINE RISKS TAKEN, of all do
scriptions.
John H. Shoenberger
Alexander Bradtoy,
Jamo. Herdman,
A. H. Holler& H. D,
William S. Lavely,
`William J. Andoreon.
Pittsburgh Insurance Company,
NO. 96 WATER STREET, PITTSBURGH.
ROBERT GALWAY, President
ALEX. BRADLEY, Vice President.
F. A. RINEHART, Secretary.
J- Insures against HULL AND CARGO RISKS, on
the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers and tributaries, and
MARINE RISKS generally.
And against loss and duma"e by Fire, and against the
Perils or the Sea and Inland - Navigation and Transpor
tation.
• . . .
Robert Galway, Samuel 51'ClurIcan,
Joseph I'. Garzam, M. D., John Scott,
Jamey Marshall, DAVid Richey,
James W. Llailman, Charles Arbuthnot,
Alexander Bradley, J. L. Leech,
John Fullerton, N. F. Hart.
R. Robinson, Robert H. Hartley,
William Carr, . 51Vill. fe"s
Indemnity Against Loss by Fire.
TIM\FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
-f-00:3T'ANY OF PHILADELPHIA. Office, No. 335
and .137 CfIEiSTNUT STREET, near Fifth.
STSTUtpq Or A 33118, JA.NZAIST Ist, 18:19.
...c.:rveably to An Ad of Assembly, being:
First 1.11 ortgsgks, amply secured—. 21,731,60 89
Real Estate, tprhsent value t 103.313 61,1 cost. 77,764 71
Temporary Loarn; on ample Collateral Sec'ts 88,520 29
Stocks, (present value i8:56,661 72,) cost 71,547 i
Notes and Bills Receivable 4,809 40
Cash. 12,007 36
£2.uia,328
The only profits (ram premiums which this company
can divide by law, are from risks which have been de
termined.
Insurances made on every description of Property. in
Town and Country, at rate. no low a.s are COIISISt4III. With
o.o•unty.
Since their .fiCOrpOratiOn. n period of thirty years,
they hare paid losses hr Fire, to an amount exceeding
Four 51:1110n., of Dollars, thereby affording evidence
the advantages ,of !near:wee, 64 well as the ability and
di.p.,mitlon to meet with prortintness'all liabilities.
Losses paid during the year 1455, t1»,505 57.
DIBICTOIN-
Clinrlem V,' Ilaneker, Mordecai D. Lewis,
Tobias Wagner, Dayid B. Brown,
Samuel Grant, Istute Lea,
Jacob K Smith, Edward C. Dale,
George W Richards, George Fales,
CHAS. N. RANG ER, President
EDWARD C DALE, Vice President
WM. A STE Setweta.t7 pro tern.
J. GARDNER COFFIN, Agent,
mvl6 Northeast corner Third and Wood streets.
BY THE
Reliance Mutual Insurance Co.
Of Philadelphia,
On Buildings, Limited or Perpetual, Morchan
dize, Furniture, c., in town or country.
PITT6IItROI I .
111::,14:It.
CAPITAL $177,931
Mortzu.., on Improved Cay Property,
(!, am.,ot /151,600 Ou
penr,y IV VI: R-6:1, C e #4l, - nt.:Slortga4o
...... ..... ...... 27,900 00
i',traty 6 "ipi coat Pouvi-ylvar.,
1.. / 0. , 0 1 00
, tArt_ Peno'n fopol
Pc v uti 4.000 00
the P.. ::to. - e At0! , .31 In,llranoo 12,10 00
Itr.
;,311 .4
Pittsburgh, Ps
t. 1:0,2, .
• , C1 !11. 1 f+,l bA,L.
TTSI3
T. J. GRAIGS, 124 Wood bt„
Film doors from Fifth
OTPICZTV :
A. A. CARRIER, President
1. GRIER. SPROUL, Secretary
I=l
FIRE INSURANCE
OFFICE NO. 3i.W WALNUT STREET.
ASSETS, $270,418 43
1.1 - .1 1 INIJLEY. l're , l,lPlA4
DtPCL-I.OIA
:4:n:to 1
ti tn lt,Gert
r. h•r11.;.. NV.:I rr .14u•, , ,
W
lt Bill,
•
t. t.
rim,llPow.n.
141kat
0.1 OFFIN. Agyrit,
r 1,1
1111=111112
DELAWARE MUTUAL
;+A F ET
INSURANCE COMPANY
'NO)R.BortA FED BY E
TURF PENN6I,VANIA,
OFFICE, TH/RDAND WALNUT S TS
Marine Insurance.
To .11 puts of the vorld.
FitE:i:Ei T.
INLAND INSURANCin
On 1,...kc5, and land CArrlag.,
to all parts of tho Un
FIRE
On 'tor' undue generally.
Parein:lg Rouses. etc., etc.
ASSETS OF TIFF COMPA 1"
N.:I - reala 7, 15:',9.
rinladololva Ow 6 * cent. Loan $14050 o 0
l'e tinnylt true Loc.• . . 114555 (0
Ite.,eleabla. 131,08 et 9
!-Late., Treas ., . and an intorcat duo, 54.515 55
Temporary Loin to 'City of
Rfelroa.l 6'{. cent. lliortp.ge 55,500 00
Stook,n l'ennUi It. R. wk.. k Ineurs.nee =5,105 00
Went Pillladelploa Pannenger Railroad} 12 , 00
Co._
7 cent. Coupon bond,
Bond'. Morti.m.atea, and Real 11ntato. . 75,36.3 3.5
Ilalanoe Due at Agoncien. Premiums on
Marine Poltelea, Interest. not other debt. e 5,561 65
dun the Company
Cab on Depovit
=l3l
Win. Martin, Samuel E. Stokes
Edmund A. Semler. J. F. PellltO , qla,
Theoplul us Paulding, Henry Sloan,
John R. Penrose, Edward Darlalgton.
John C. Davi*, H. Jones Brooke,
Jame, 'Draquair, Spencer 3Dllvame.
Wm. Erre. Jr., Thomas C. Hand,
James C. Hand, Robert Burton.
Wm. C. Ludaig, Jacob P. Jones,
Joseph H. Seal, James B. M'Farlarld'
Dr. R. M. Huston, Joshua P. Eyre,
Geo. O. Lieper, John 11. Semple. Pitt
Hugh Craig. D. T. Morgan,
Charles Heller, .A. B. Berger, . • !!
WILLIAM JIARTIN, President.
THOS C. HAND, Vice Pro.dent.
!Visr Ltuada, S.:::TeterY2
-F. A. LUDEIRA. Agent.
.021 No. 95 Water street, elttabrugh.
MONONGAHE LA
INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF PITTSBU
JANE.s A. 13UTC111:30N, President
HENRY H. ATWCKID, boarethry
OFFICE, No. 98 Water Street
WILL INSURE AGAINST ALL KININ3 OF FIRE
AND MARINE RISKS
AbSITS-7`;4VEMBER 16in, 1059.
Stook, Dun Bills, payable cin ridtnand, and ear
cured by two approved panics .........4104,600 00
Bills Receivable '515,1526 00
Bills Discounted 1,450 CO
blortgaite 12,003 00
115 tiheres Mechanics' Bank Stock,
.$6,155 00 '
100 shares Citizt , ns , ll'k stock, cost 5,175 00
40 " Exchange 11'k " " :LOW Go
to " B'k of Pittsburgh " " 2,760 00.410110 Ml
Balance of Book Accounts. 5,000 29
&Alice Furniture 400 00
Ca5h51,435 00
8')
HENRY M.. ATWOOD, Secretary.
DIRECTORS:
Jamea A. Hutchison, George A, Bern' ,
Win. B. Holmes, Robert Dairen,
William Rea, Joseph Kirkpatrick,
W thion Mille John M'Deriti.,
no2I Win. A. Caldwell,
IHAV ETHIS D.A.Y ABSO - CIATED Iv - all
with me, Mr. J. DELLOW in the Uhdertalting busl
ness, which will hereafter be conducted under the name
and style of Lemon h Dellow. JAMES. LEMON.
JUIN DELLOW
Undertaking in all its Branches.
TY.IKON & DELLOW,
No. 118 Fottrth Street, -
_IRE PREPARED TO• DO UISDERTAK
INS in all its branches, in the best manner,
at • rices to snit the times.
• .
e cell special attention to FISK'S NEVI STYLE
PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES, for 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 ehaps and finish:they excel all others.
Funerals will be supplied with Hearses, Horses anti
Carriages promply, and at lower rates , than any other
establishment in this city. Guaranteeing to render sat,
isfaction, they solicit. a .continuanceof the atronage
heretofore ad liberally extended to the old firm . . (apV4
014E5R7 - s.-50 .1321. Unions, received and
for sal. by
_______
DR. J. S. ROSE, 1 . . I HE •
OF PHILADELPHIA, i PITTSBURGH, PT. WAYNE AND
To the People of Pittsburgh.l CHICAGO RAILROAD,
EVERYINTELLIGENT AND THINK- !
ING PERSON must know that remedies branded Completed from Pittsburgh to Chicago
out for general use should have their of ldency estate 1 w o oD ~ -
Rdli I , fi SLEEPING CARS ATTACHED TO AL
lished by wel-tested experience In the halide ot a
In t o res
holy educated Physician, whose preparatory Study THE NIGHT TRAINS. •
him foroall the duties he must fulfill; yet the come THROUGH WITHOUT WANDS ON BSI
try is flooded with poor Nostrums and Cure-alls, pur
porting to be the best in the world, which are not only ON AND AFTER 310NDAY, NOVEMBER 14/ 1850,
useless, but frequently injurious. Trains will leave the Station, corner of Liberty and
Dr.J.S.Ros e's E xpectorant or Cough Syrup, Grant streets. Pittsburgh, as follows i— i
Leave Pittsburgh. Crestline: Fort Wayne,
For Consumption, COI& Omohs. Asthma. Slatting r,f Express . 1,50
A...
10:30 a. la. 4:40 P. sc.
Blood, Bronchitis, and Diirosss of Ile Lunys. 'Express ..... . 1:45 P. X. 10:40 P. a. 4.17 a.. sr.
This Syrup, having stood the test of many years ex- I ARRIVE AT CHICAGO-Express, 10A5 P. IL; Express,
perience as a remedy for irritation or inflammation of 10:45 a. a.
hethe Lungs, Throat or Bronchia. is acknowlegod by all to i
e a
remedy eminently superior to other known - com-
pounds used for the relief and radical cure of Coughs
and Consumption.
In compounding a Cough Syrup for general use, the
physician—for none blit a physician should attempt a
prescription—is compelled. from his knowledge of the
constitution and constituted parts of man, to avoid en
tirely the addition of drugs that can in any way tend to
do injury. His object is not only to cause a symptom,
Fuel, as cough, to stop, but it is also Expected that 4.
regularly educated doctor, that he should cure his
tient radically—while the pretender may allay a coug
by opium and squills, molasses and laudanum, anti
mony, morphia, and wild-cherry bark, and not be ac
countable for the after health of his patient. Many of
the nostrums of the day shave power to stop a cough,
and the deluded victim is lulled into an incurable form
of disease. or perhaps death.
Although a cough may arise from a variety of causes
which still continue to operate, such as TUbercles, Ab
scess, Chronic Inflammation of the Lim'y r. Bron
chia, 4e, itc, still the lungs are the or . pelted
I llr
to do the coughing, and consequent! co Con
sumption. ,
This Cough Syrup will not only cure Cough, but in all
eases prevent that Ltost of Diseases, CONSUMPTION.
Oil - Price 50 Cents and $l. •
DR. J. S. ROSE'S P.',IN CURER—That popular and
net er-failing remedy has alone stood the test of thirty
five yearly Price Ea 2:5 and 50 rents.
The Pain Curer cures Rhematism.
The Pain Curer cures puns in the limbs, joints, back,
and spine.
The Pain Curer cures choke, pains in the- stomach or
bowels.
The Pain Curer cures scalds, burns, sprains and
bruises.
The Pain Curer cures any pain internally or external
ly, and should be kept in every . family.
We shall only say to the afflicted, try the Pain Curer;
if it gives you relief., recommend it to others: if it fails,
condemn it. Remember it has come from a regular
Physician.. -
DR. J. S. ROSE'S DYSPEPTIC COMPOUND, the only
sure cure for Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint Price 50
cents.
Dyspepsia may be known by costiveness, belching up
of wind, sour stomach, and sometimes diarrhces or
looseness of the bowels, headache, nervous feelings,
cold feet, wakefulness and variable appetite. If these
symptoms are allowed to go on long, without this medi
cine, (which will always cured then follow debility of
the lungs, and a predisposition to Consumption.
415ir The written signature must lie over the cork.
DR. J. S. ROSE'S ALTERATIVE SYRUP, or Blood
Purifier, for the cure of Scrofula. Old Eruptions, Chronic
Diseases, Ulcers, Sores. Swelled Neck. and all diseases
arising from an impure state of the blood. Price $l.
DR- J. S. ROSES lIUCHU COMPOUND, for all dis
eases of the Kidneys and Bladder. rice The
great demand for fhis article has ind P need othe r s to bot
tle up something they call Buchtt. Ask for Rose's, and
take no other. Written signature must be over the
cork of each bottle take none without it. °et:kV
Health and Happiness . Secured:
THE CONCENTRATED CURE,
THE CONCENTRATED CURE,
A POWERFUL REMEDY,
A POWERFUL REMEDY,
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION,
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION,
VOTING MEN WHO ARE SUFFERING
from the effects of youthful indiscretion. eon be
surely and permanently restored by using the
CONCENTRATED CURE
.A.G/T:TA
A Remedy of Groat and Certain Power.
This remedy is put up in small viols, and can be sent
by mail to any address. A trial will satisfy. Pee it for
a week. and you will experience a great benefit. A cir
noisy containing full livrticulars, sent (free) on applu-a.
non. Itiro per bottle $l.OO.
tine bottle will last a month.
N. B.—This remedy is stumble for either sex. Ad- '
dress K. cßrosit. Medical Agent,
)r— _., v 742 timid-say, New York.
217FFER ICO'C.—DE..s. GOLDSIITII &
k, Cil., No. 42 Sixth stro•A., Pitts: such. Peon a.still '
1 eontinins to be consulted ,mall d_rSell-Yet , of a PRIvATI:
i or DELICATE IN ATI.' It E. From a long e•aur.se of study
and practical experience of unlimited extent, Drs. ti. A
Ca. lifers the gratifivation of presenting the =fortunate
with remedies that hava never failed to cure the most
al:inning case of Gonorrhea and Syphilis. Beneath his
treatment. all the horrors .11 Venereal and Iftlr (re 1111f0d,
scroftila Ulcers, Pen and Pistre,s, or Itlfialiatlftffolf of
, the Illaibler and Kidneys, Ahseesass.litur.ors.Frightfru
Swellmg, and the long tram of horrible symptoms at
; tending this class of diseases. are !nude to become as
1 harrnhe- as the simplest ailings of a child.
SEMINAL W 11ViiNE.,ei-I , r, ti At Co. devotes much
of their lif EC ntg , n to the treatment :.:f those cases ealue.:4
br a ,ecret and solitary halt. which ruins the body and
Ili, flii.tillfil ililfr this tilt fc,rturdtto individual for either !nisi.
ne,•• • •r society. Some of the sad and melanelmly effects
produced by these early habits of youth are, Wer&tf C'P
I Of the lack andlindis, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspeps
i eta Zieri.aisnese, derangement of the Digestive lona- i
i : ,,, symptoms of Consumption, etc., Otis. The tearful
I effects on the mind are much to be dreaded. Tit, i.O.S
1 ci memory. confusion of ideas depression of spirits,
evil forebodino.aaenrion to society, self-distrust, timidi-
I tv, etc., are among the c.ritt. produce& Such persons,
before eentemplating, marriage, should con-:ult a phe.ii
j e:au of still and experience, and be at once restored to
health and liappints, Aisne and Fever cured. anti War-
Iranted. All letters eontilrung a fees addressed to Dr,..
ool.leiMITII .t CO., l'lttsburgh. Penn'a wlti meet with
prompt attention, and medicines tomardeti, secure from
observation, and a cure guaranteed. The strictest se
t crew observed in all eases.
vii.. Don't farget the place, No. 42 Sixth street, Pal
• t. Pa. . apliflirdaw
EYE AND EAR
DISPENSARY.
o . :Ace 95 Main scree, (al door, up avers,) Dural°, N. Y.
VSTABLISHED BY THE CELEBRA
_Ed TED Dlt. JOIINSON, late of London, England.
A great discovery in theseienee of medicines. being
a certain laud speedy cure Tor restoring the sight and
removing all diseases to the eye. This is uni
verastly acknowled the only safe and sure remedy
now known. It has n used with great success by the
most skillful ppysicians in Europa and America.
Patients in any pact of the country can 'Treat them
selves succe. - ,..efully kt e moderate ex . pep9e, therbby
avoiding the danger and exp.suse of idling into the
hands of unskillful physician, This medicine (suflicient
to curo,) will be sent by mail or express, with all neces
sary directions, on receipt of Ten Dollars.
Dr. Johnson's Certain and Infe (..:`,re for Ikaine,s and
Singing Noises in the Ears, :1 noes llrud
and Mind Comptaints,
Affording instant relief to sufferers who have been. trou
bled with deafness for many years- After using this
remedy a few days the patient is suddenly and almoot
miraculously enabled to hear ordinary toned convey,a
lion; in the course of a few weeks the moot obstinate
case of deafness is effectually cured.
,Patients too numerous to mention have been restored
toPrfeet ICcartng. bud ferever melted from the snares
of the numerous dangeroiis unimalitied pretenders of
the present day. BoSpital and pnytite testimonials and
certificates from the moat eminent physicisns and stir
geons in England, in whose presence deaf Persoushave
been cured, and many hundreds of private patients cured
can be seen or referred to, A case' of this medicine,
(enough to effect a cure,) will be forwarded to any part
of the country for Fifteen Dollars. Address
DR. 1011515019, Drawer 404.
Office 95 Main St, Buffalo, h. Y.
$501,005 01
jell7.lyrdkw
P -
RIVATE DISEASES.—DR. BROWN'S
MEDICAL and SURGICAL:Office, No. SO SMITH-
Yield street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
13119WN is an old !citizen of Pittsburgh/and has
been friPaeticelor the last twird.yqire yams. His busi
ness has been confined mostly .o Private and Surgical
Diseases. •
CITIZENS AND STRANGERS
in need of a medical. friend, should ; not fail to find out
the suns place orrelicf. The Doctor is a regbial: groa n etc. and his experience in the treatment of acc rutin class
Of digeases ilture'miarepteo to the sulterers of obtain
ing permanedt relief; bribe use'of hie remedies and
following his advice.
R 0 VINS REAIED=
never fall to cure the worst form of Venereal Diseases,
Impurities and Scrofulous Affections. Also, >sil disessen
arising hem a hereditary taint, which Manifests itseli
in the form of a tetter, psoriasis, and a great many tonna
of sltin diseases, the ongin of which the patient is en
tirely ignorant. To persons so afflicted, Dr. Brown oilers
hopes of a sure and MNAL W speedy recovery.
SEEAKNESS. •-•
Dr. brown's remedies for this alarming trouble
brough ton qften py that soli#Ary habit of ifensnal mati
tlcation; vrliieh `the- ybenglaltd—weakmintidd often give
way to, (to their own destruction,) are the only r.ihable
remedies known in this country—they are safe, and
make a speedy restoration of health.
RHEUMATISM.
Dr. Brown's remedies sever fail to cure this painfa'
disease in a fclo days—ho will warrant a cure. Ho also
treats Piles, Glent,tionuorrhma, Stricture, Urethal pit
'charges,' FeinalelVestness, Monthly Suppress:
eases of the Joints, Fiatula sn. Ano ,-,eryqua AUactions,
Pains in the Back and Kidneys; Irritation of the .BIAd.
der, together with all diseases of an impure
A letter describing the symptoms, containing a.? 0,
directed to DR:BROWN, No. to Smithfield imam, Pit+,
burgh, Pa., will be immediately answered. ljedieino
sent to any address, safely packed and secure from ob
servation.
Office and Private Rooms, No. FA Smithfield scree
Pittsburgh, Pa. no 2
:CICEEITI - STACOON
AND CONFECTIONERY,
Pio. 27 1-2 Filth St., opposite the Xxchange Bank,
Il ud 'G e l e N va L t E l Y, AT HIS SPACIO . I I,'S
ce
is prepared to tarnish all arr an ged t
Luxuries rS of the n is
his lino. Delatious
Ice Cream, Fruits, Fresh Pies, Cakes of
all kinds,
And every description of Confectionery ; nil of the best
material will be served - to order; day and evening.
W Orders for parties promptly tilled. Call andi nog,
for yourself. ' (myu) 3 I .GINLEY. ,
RAILROAD SPIKE COMPANY.
Jos. Dilworth, -
(SUctusors to Porter, Rolfe d Swat.)
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RAILROAD SPIKES,
CHAIRS AND BOAT SPIKES,
Cor. of Water it. and Cherri.
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$ I barrels for sale by
EMMY A. GOWN.
RETURNING. •
ARRIVE AT PITTSBURGII—Express 340 T. at.;
Express, 2.:10 A. 11.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN'S, from Federal 'street,
Allegheny, for New Brighton, A:4O A. 11., and 4:40 p.
From " 6:35 " 12.:10 "
Through trains connect as follows :
At Alliance, with trains on the Cleveland and Pittsburgh
Railroad.
At Urrvllle, Ohio, to and from Millersburg, Akron, Cuy;
hoga Falls, etc.
At Mansfield, Uhio; for Mount Vernon, Shelby,-San
dusky, Toledo, Detroit, etc.
At Crestline, for Delaware, Springfield, Columbus, Cin
cinnati, Xenia; Dayton, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Louis
ville, etc.
At Forest, for Sprin,gfilld, Sandusky, Dayton, Cincin
nati, etc„ etc.
At Lima. for Sidney, Dayton, Cincinnati, etc, etz. •
At Fort. Wayne, for Peru, Lafayette, Ind., St. Louis, and
intermediate ports in Central Indiana and Illinois.
At Plymouth for Laporte.
At Wanatah for all points on the New Albany and Salem
Railroad.
And at Chicago, with trains for all points
lowa. 'Wisconsin and Minnesota. --
For further information and through tickets apply
J. STEWART. Ticket Agent,
Passenger Station, Pittsburgh
H. C. STFWEINSON, Ticket Agent,
Passenger Station, Alleghen)
Through Tickets for sale it the Ticket Office of the
Company on the line of the road, to all parts of the
United States. J. J. HOUSTON,
nol4 - General Passenger Agent, Pittsburgh.
1859 WINTER ARRA.NGEXENT. 1859
On and After Monday, November 14th.
Pelinsllvania Central
EIGHT DAILY TRAINS:
THE THROUGH MAIL TRAIN leaves the Passenger
Station every morning, at 5:50 a. at., stopping at all reg
utar stations, arriving in Philadelphiaat 10:2a P. R.
' THE THROUGH EXPRESS TRALN leaves dafiy,
(except Sunday,) at 4:40 P. N., stopping only at. regular
stations, making direct connections at Harrisburg .for
Baltimore, and arriving in Philadelphia or Baltimore at
6:50 S. X.
THE FAST LINE leaves the Station daily, (except
Sunday,) at 2:50 a. 11... stopping only . at Greensburg, La.
trobe, Johnstown. Wilmore, Gallitzin, Altoona le.. con
necting at Harrisburg with the train direction Baltimore,
and arriving in Philadelphia at 5:00 r. x.
ACCOMMODATION TRAMS: . - -
THE JOHNSTOWN ACCOMMODATION -TRAIN
leaves daily (except Sunday) at 3:05 P. 11.., stopping stall
stations, and runntna as far as Conemauch.
FIRST ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek
Bridge leaves daily, (except Sunday.) at 11i`a,1 a. U.
SECOND ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for 'Turtle
Creek leaves doily, (except Sunday.) at 4:.05 P.
THIRD ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek
leaves daily: (except Sunday.) at 6:20 P. a.
RETURNING TRAINS arrive in Pittsburgh as fol
lows :-Express, 1:40 P. 31; Mail, 1:15 a; Fast Line,
1:45 A. a; Johnstown Accommodation, lliort a.art First
Turtle Creek Accommodation, 6.150 A. at; Second Ac
commodation, MO P. it; Third Accommodation, &10
Trains for Blairsville and Indiana connect at-Blairs
ville Intersection with Ilsil Train East, Express Train
West, and the Johnstown Accommodation Train East
and West.
PITTSBURGH AND CONNELLSVILLE TRAINS,
stopping - at all stations otittiti Pittsbur,gh - and Connelly-
vide Road, leave daily, as follows:-
Mail Train, 7:00 a. a; Express Tit in, LOS P. a. Return
ing trains from Pittsburgh and Connellsville Road ar
rive at Pittsburgh 13:50 s, itt., and 6:10 r.
The traveling public will find it greatly to their inter
est, in going East or West. to travel by the Pennsylvania
as- the accommodations now offered-cannot
be surpassed on any other route. The road is ballasted
with stone, 'and is entirely free from dust; we eau
promise safety, sneed and comfort to all who may favor
this road witli thi . iir patronage.
F A it E:
No New York ..... ......$l3 00 To Baltimore.-
Philadelphia- ..... 10 00 1 -
Lancaster-.
Harrisburg, $7 45. ,
Baggage checked to all stations on the Pennsylvania
Railroad, and to Philadelphia, Baltimore and New Yerk.
Passengers purchasing Greets in car, will be charged
ONE-HALF CANT PER MILE in addition to the Station
rates, except from stations where the Company has no
Agent.
'NOTICE—In case of loss, the Company will. hold
themselves responsible for personal baggage only, and
for an amount not exceeding $lOO.
B.—The Excelsior Omnibus Lino has been
employed to convey Passengers and Beegage to and
front the Depot- at a charge not to exceed eeete for
each passenger and baggage.
For rickets apply to I. STEWART, Agent,
At the P. R. IL Passenger Station
nol4 On Liberty and Grant street'.
CI OGE OF TIME-WINTER ORANORAIRIT.
CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAILROAD.
Fro TAK E EFFECT NOV EMBER . 14th
1959, as follows
PITTSBURGH AND CHICAGO LINE.
Leaves Arrives Arrives Anirts
Pittsburgh. at Cleveland, ut Toleda, at Chiesign.,
1:50 A. X. A. 12:10 P.R. 10:35 P. K.
1145 P. at P. P. 11:f1.0 A. M. 10..35 A.M.
Passengers wishing to go to Chicago . via Cleveland,
should be particular to ask for tickets via Cleveland
.
PITTSBURGH, COLUMBUS Ar CINCINNATI SHORT
LINE, VIA STEUBENVILLE. -
Express leaves Arrives Arrives Arrives
Pittsburgh, atColumbus, at Cincinnati, st-St. Louis
1:50 L. tr. 1,50 P. U. 6,35 I.'oo P.Y.
1:46 P. x 1:45 9.:00 A. x. x.
This route is shorter to Cincinnati, Loniville, Colnrn
bus, and all points South, than any other route: 'Splen
did Sleeping Cars attached to all night trains.
FITTSEURGII AND WHEELING LINE; ,
Leaves Ar. at Ar. at Ar. at dr. at
Pittygb, Rochester, Wellsville. Steub'ville, Wheeling
Ai X. &Oft A.:14. 3:57 A. s..t. 458 ex- fe..14 A . ii
.6.91 A. at—stops - at all stations—arrives at' 11e52 A 111
1..* . P. K. 3114 P. M. 4:eo P. it. 603 PX . 6:15 e
For Through Tickets apply at the Pennsylvania mil.
road Passenger Station.
F. It.
Gerel Ticket An't C.' :road,
nolfi .L_STEWA KZ Ticket. Ag't, DePot.
1859. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. 1859
T HE BALTIMORE AND OHIO BAIL
_
R 0.1.1) COMPANY are. now prepared 'to receive
and forward Merchandise under through bills of lading it
to and from PLiTcBURGH AND THE HASTr
CITIM .
Rates guaranteed to be equally favorable with those - of
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, or any other line.
For information as to rates, facilities, etc., eta_, appli
cation may be made by letter or
.in person to ePA; or
cf the unanrsigned agents: ' •
. At BO&VON,.3loses Potter, corner state and westing
' ton streets.
At I , IE"W TORN, C. W. Terrell, 229 Brestrat, - Alxrce
.
the .4.sthr
At PHILADELPHIA, Calhoun & Cowton, corner
Broad and Cherry streets.
At PHILADELPHIA, Col. Kelly, conker ...Tat& and
Chestnut streets.
At BALTIMORE, J. T. England, Camden Station.
At PITTSBURGH. J. A. Caughey, 141 Watetwtreet.
Particular n att;e a r l t l tion
7 of f r . l l3 :ts i grg an lZ'Ar ti rn nr eq,
ffn i rfThi
toand vieimty, is called ' tne facilities of tfl e uel% eur Route
as comparZd with others, and their patronage and favors
aro respectfully solicited. HEINRY IX:MEARS,
jalottf General Freight Agent B. I_ O. R. R. Co.
MEW 2ROUTE VIA :FIVER AND
•
iTidianaTitliEt & Cineixuaati
Connecting at Indianapolis with Terre Hanle, and
Torre Halite and Railroad, to St. Louis and Lafay
ette and, Indianapolis, New Albany and -Salem,. and
Michigan Central Roads for CHIOAGO, ROOMY:SLUM,
BURLINGTON, and all intermediate points
- -Through-Freight Train to INDIA...^YA.POII9; TERRE
HAUTE, LAFAYETTE- and PERU.
- Freights carried from Cincinnati or Lawrenceburg in
less time than'by any other route by twentYjour 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. GIBBOA Agent, to Cin
cinnati; or, W.' B. CUTTING, 'Agent,llJ.ijawrericeburg,
will receive prompt attention . and nii - eharge fot‘com
mission ,no iharyijortdruagerribvilndsaciugt-Latt-rea..4.
burg.
.Por further information app.'6 , to THOMAS HI., TI H:ESi,
(tio. 115 Water street,) Agent of the Company, Who ja
prepared to give ~,apron HICEIII9 to Indianapolis, Terre
Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Peru. - Greencaatle, Craw
Cparleston, Paris and Mattoon,
Piesictea
JNO., .
r...CHREIC, General FteighVAgebt. - ant
KA.r COMPANY,
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, ..'
SLANE BOOR mANurAcTilliiai,
NO. 55 WOOD STREET, -
Pittablirgb. Pa.
.111 a• A full assortment of Law, Medical and Druscalla
ocu4Booka coo unaug an hai36. •.. mi7: :
FIRST CLASS
BLINK A.GIOUNT -ROlllO
.OF . .4E,0 • STILES AND SIZES,
N .! ! .1)E, TO ',MUER, On SOLD FROn TfIE sp3F...y
LARGE STOCK ow
COMMERCIAL STATIONERY.
In an its branche., CARDS, CIRCULARS, SILLS
LADING; PAMPHLETS.
J. IL WELLILN.I,
63 Wood street near. Fourth.
AMERICAN IRON WORKS.
JAVPCIES & IL! ArTll,
Manufacturers of
lE.:IND .IY;A ILS,
AUNIATII ANW.OO4IMON SHEET-JROO,' , .
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gg Water Street, and 132 Fl.ralt,Sfteet t
Ahd,corner of Frani:Livia and South Water Sts, Mesa°
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Also, Stmite, Bank, Sliore, Tanners and Nesisfoot
Sperm, Patent and Adamantine Csadleß
.16 1 117 11. 61 IFEELIZT STREET, NEN YORK.
SIINERS' OILS,