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giut Itttsburgh fast,
Awe. and PubUshed BolrY 2ifornin9, (StenglaYs ezeePti4)
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BY JANES P. BABE,
AT riff IMILTIEWIBT COBNIE Olt 1/7111 !Burg;
Terms: Five Dollars a year, payable etrictly in ad
vance. Hu dollars invariably required if not paid with
in the year.
sars - Agle copies, Two 40ente—for sale at the ootuiter
in the Office, and by the Newsboys.
RATES OF ADVERTISING
One insertion,..--- 60 -.-
Two insertions,-...... 76
One 1 76
Two oreeka,..----- 300 2.00 160 100 7 6
Three 400 266 200 125 100
One 600 335 50 .1 50 175
Two months 700 466 50 295 2 150
Three months....-.- 900 600 450 300 300
Pear months--.- -10 00 666 600 3 35- 460
Pive months....-. 11 00 735 650 306 660
Biz months..----- 12 00 800 800 400 660
Nine months-- 18 00 10 36 800 696 900
One yesr----- 20 00 .13 35 10 00 085 12 00
Standing Card, six. lines or less, per annum..----10 00
-OHANGI4II/2 • ,T:11,1.151:131 :
De square, per annum, (exclusive of the paper,)-25 00
Marriage notices, 60 cents ; Death notices 26 cents.
SATURDAY MORNING POST
A MAMMOTH WEEKLY,
ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR,
IN CLUBS OF &INA
Wlnigle Blamerlptions - SS Per Annum.
CONTAINS ALL THE CURRENT NEWS OF THE
DAY, Political, Literary, Agricultural, Commercial, Lo-
cal, Telegraphic and Miscellaneous.
The Paper being of the Lamar sass, and neatly print
ed, on fine white paper, inlarge, clear type, will be found
by the subscriber to giv.e better satisfaction than any
paper published in Pittsburgh.
Those who wish to take a mper from Pittsburgh, will
Snd the SATURDAY MORNING POST a safe and profit
ble Investment. Address
MORNING POST JOB OFFICE.
BARR & MYERS.,
BOOK & JOB PRINTERS,
Corner Fifth it Wood Ste. Pittsburgh.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
PLAIN & FANCY PRINTING,
Executed in the fluted style.:
Rte.X. co ,
martial, altrtaittilt gtgal
At abort notice, on reasonable terms.
Particular caution paid to the Printing of
POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, &c
For Concerts, Exhibitions and Circuses.
URGE ADDITIONS OF NEW TYPE & MACHINERY
RIM= ELOCTILT BTet Zee TO !EM
the facilities for tmming out Work with promptness and
despatch cannot beexcelled by any other
Z. HAIM DAVIII. JOBl.l
(Firm of J. k H. Phillips]
DAVIS & PH.ILLIPS,
(Successors to Phillips k Co.]
Brass Founders and Finishers,
PLUMBERS, GAS & STEAM FITTERS,
CILOBELIERS, PENDENTS a: BRACKETS,
STORE, NO. 87 WOOD STREET,
FOUNDRY AND SHOP, Na. 148 FIRST ST.
S. B. & C. P. MAItIELE,
Printing, Job and all Kinds of Wrapping
IWAREHOUSE, NO. 27 WOOD STREET,
irirftage bought at market prices. myB
TOS. FLEMING, successor to L. Wilcox
u a co, corner of Market street and the Diamond,
keeps eonstantly_ on hand a full assortment of DRUGS,
MEDICINES, MEDICINE CHESTS, PERFUMERY, and
ally 'articles pertaining to the business.
JET Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded
at all hours. Je4ry
VI,LTLIL P. =MULL— ..I . O3XPH lILMINI.
WP. MARSHALL & CO., Importers
. and Dealers in French and American PAPER
HANGINGS, No. 87 Wood street, Pittsburgh.
Bale agents far the celebrated manufactures of
Messrs. Delicourt & Co., Paris. • au7
WIFM J. Arnrasos.
JEYALER & ANDERSON, (successors to
Joshua Rhodes & Co., wholesale deafen in FOR
ati FRUITS, NUTS, SPICES, CONFECTIONERY,
SUGARS, itc., No. 89 Wood street, opposite the St.
Charles Hotel, Pittsburgh. apt
j H. LITTLE,
NO. 64 BT. CLAIR STREET,
(Dr. Irish's New Building,)
FULTON, BELL AND BRASS
.FOUNDER, No. 70 SECOND Street Pittsburgh,
is prepared to furnish to order,
CHURCH, STEAMBOAT FACTORY AND OTHER
BELLS, Olt' ALL SIZES,
From 10 to mooo.pounds.
'CHIME Emma made to order. STOP AND GAUGE
COCKS of all sizes, for Steamboats:
MINERAL WATER PUMPS, COUNTER RAILINGS,
and every variety of Brass Castings finished In the
Aler BABBITI3IANTI-ATTRITION METAL; FUL.
TON'S PATENT MEEALLIC PACKING, for Steam
. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
WHARF BOAT PROPRIETORS AND
SHIPPING. AGENTS of Illinois Central Rail
road. Mark Goods, in all cases, to our GAM
D. C. KNEELAND
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
SiitrAßE AND OVAL BONNET BOXES; .
Ala ,_makes to order PLAIN AND FANCY PAPER
ernitable far Shoes, Dry Goods, &e., at Eastern
prices. Corner Virgin alley and Wood - street, (third
etory—oVer Mune Sank,) Pittsburgh, Pa. leCki.
TEAS OF EXTRA FINE QUALITY
SELLING VERY LOW.
Tb eat sosortment in the city will always be found a
THE 'PEKIN TEA STORE,
No. 38 Fifth Street, Near Wood.
I • S. JAYNES.
CARTWRIGHT & YOUNG,
(Successors to John Cartwright,)
tuAIANDFA.GTIMEIRS AND IMPORTERS
of Pocket ant Table Cutlery, Surgical t 7,4 Dental
itrume•-.ta, Guns, Pistols, Fishing Tackle, et ; No. 88
Wood et -let They give special at-nit - ion to the' inufael
turing of Trusses,Supporters etc. Jobbing and Repair,
ng with punctuality and despatch.
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Ddtr. Ore • la Wink
&IMMIX. • nok M. . Inst. Ir pam
JAMES P. BARR,
Editor and Proprietor
office in the city
lads and xostiturants.
11. Mena; GLAZIA/L.
Cor. Irwin street and Deity:wane Way,
MARKER & GIUNJUST,
BY ELI YOUNG, FIFTH STREET
THE ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS
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 folk.e attending market are par
ticularly invited to call. Everything pertaining to an
EATING SALOON will always bo found, of the freshest
the market affords. apMdew
CLINTON - -HOUSE,
U.+l , 7o.4VOlflrJr, Pennsylvania,
JOHN BIER.ER, Proprietor.
THIS COMMODIOUS AND POPULAR
HOTEL, afterbeing refitted and thinished through
out, with elegant fUrniture, is now ready for the recep
tion of guests. The Railroad from Connellsville to
Uniontown will be finished early id July, thus affording
a cheap and pleasant mode of traveling t °persons wish
ing to escape the heat and smoke of Pittsburgh during
the heated term. This House is situated within a few
momenta drive of the celebrated Fayette Springs, and
the proprietor Is determined to spare neither trouble or
expense in rendering those who visit him comfortable.
Charges moderate. myltotf
SEETON'S OLD STAND,
IN THE DIAMOND,
JOHN SAVAGE, Proprietor.
Having taken and fitted up, with all the modern im
provements, this popular resort, the subscriber in pre
pared to accommodate his old customers and the public
generally, with the best the market affords. Oysters
will be served up in every variety of style, during the
season. Die Wis as, Liquors and Ales he feels confident
in recommending to the public for their excellence.
OYSTER AND EATING HOUSE,
NO. 111 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH.
101013311.11 AND BL2►IL DIAI[ILB
LAKE AND EASTERN FISH,
FRE3II PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE OYS
TERS AND WILD GAME. •
All in their Proper Season.
no2G] GEO. REINEMAN & CO.
ANSION HOUSE, GEO. AURENTZ,
Proprietor, N 0.344 Liberty street just beside the
nger Depot of the Pennsylvaniaitailroad. which
makes it the most convenient house in the city for pas
senpre arriving by that road.
The proprietor having, at considerable expense, fitted
up, in excellent style, the MANSION HOUSE, would re.
spectftilly solicit a share of public: patronage. There ie
attached a splendid STABLE and extensive WAGON
YARD. affording ample accommodation to travelers and
teamsters. His Larder and Bar will be furnished with
the best the market can atforiL fely
R 0 43- RS '
Ambrotype and Photograph
No. 70 Fifth Street,
NEARLY OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE
riiir - Two Silver Medals and Two Diplomas, awarded for
Photographs. Ambrotypes, and Lire-thee Pictures.
SMALL PICTURES ENLARGED TO LIFE SIZE, and
colored in Oil on Canvas. octS
PHOT'OGI-TLI , a_I: , H.S,
Colored in Oil, Pastelle, or Main, in the intedartztic
:Vie, and at Eastern price,
Jones' Building, Fourth street.
PII 0 T Glt A P 11, AM 13 IZO'r E, '4E
LAINoTYPE AND DAGUERREOTYPE GAL.
LERY, Orr. Fifth and Grrant strats.—The rubeeriber har
ing fitted up rooms in M'TIGHE'S BUILDING. le non
prepared to take Likenee.,em that CANNOT FAIL. TO
GLI , E SATIBFACTION.
Call andexalnine the collection.
rILLARLES W. LEWIS, ALDERMAN,
LPIP , EL.CITICM JSZTICZ OP Ttl2 FUR
OFFICE ON THE CORNER OF WYLIE AND
Zit- All business connected with this office will lie at
tended to with promptness. Conreniences of all kind.
done with legal accuracy—such as Deeds. Mortgage.
Bonds, Power of Attorney, &e, Titles to Real Esia.
To the member of the Ber he tenders his services as
Commissioner to take Depositions to be read in the
several Courts of this State, and a!sewhere. His oftie
is one of the main Police Stations o, the city, and cr
segnently his facilities in executing Lsteisess of that
kind are rent desirabh, felOtly
THOS P. STOTESBURY,
SUGAR AND COFFEE BROKER
119 South Front Street,
llil-Particular attention paid to filling We,teru order
for Rio Gfifee. °oat):
W. L CALDWILL -MEM CALDRLIJ, JR.
CALDWELL & BRO.,
BOAT FURNISHERS cr DEALERS IN
Manilla, Hemp and Cotton Cordage;
Oakum, 'Lay, Pitch, Ro,in and Oil: ;
Taman B Duck, Light and Heavy Drillings., etc.
&Peal , Flow tki Water, and 78 Front MA.
The Ready Family Soap Maker;
NO HOUSE SHOULD Be WITHOUT IT
LABOR, TIME AND MONEY IS SAVED BY ITS
FOR SALE BY ALL STOREKEEPERS.
MA NUPSCTURED ONLY BY THE
Salt Manufacturing Company,
396 Penn St., above Canal.
pia,: SALT! PURE SALT 1-
THE ONLY WARRANTED PURE AND DRY
Table, Dairy and Packing Salt,
Is manufactured by the
Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing Company
396 PENN STREET, ABOVE CANAL
JAMES A. FETZER,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
FOR Tax 81}i or
Flour, Grabs, Bacon, Lard, Butter, Seed
Dried Fruit and Produce Generally,
CORNER OF MARKET AND FIRST STREETS,
Ram ro—Franeis G. Bailey, Esq., William
Sr, B. Cuthbert & Son, Pittsburgh, Boyd & Ott, Helekoll
& Swearingen, S. Brady, Cash. M. & M. Bank List &
Howell, Mangle & Co., George W. Anderson, Donlon,
Paxton 4c Co., Whee li ng. t 4 28.aptf
FOR FALL TRAD EL
W. D. & M'CALLUM,
MO. 87 FOURTH ST., NEAR WOOD,
have now on hand their newly selected stock of
Carpets, 011 Cloths, Druggets,
RUGS AND DOOR MATS.
kiano and Table Covers, Window Shades,Stair Rods, A c.
We purchased our goods on the most advantageous
terms, and will insure the utmostsatisfaction to all who
may favor (Is with a call. We are determined to sell at
uniform and moderate rates.
octl4 W. D. & McCALLUM.
ARATOGA WATER.—A supply of Con
gyess Water, also Empire Spring Water, fresh from
Saratoga, just received and for sale by
corner Smithfield and Fourth ate
MO dozen Lemon Syrup;
10 do Raspberry Syrup;
10 do Strawberry Syrup ;
10 do PineApp—for sale by
S HAWLS, DRESS — POCiDS, NEEDLE
Work, Mourning Goods, and Domestics, very low.
C. _RAMON LOVE,
fe2 No. 74 Market otroet,
77" . 0SEPH ITORNE, No. 77 Market Street,
- • another lot of the NEW MATINEE
4/ 3 . Dott,glass & Sherwood's superior MIELE
4 4 .'14.w - Ith the adjustable Bustle. Also, white
;,itnic Corsets, in all siziSs. fedia
-135 bbls. to arrive, and fo
.1r 28 ) HENRY H. COLLINS.
CHARLES W. WINGARD,
(ATTORN EY AT LAW,
Aar practices in Lycoming, CA')utre, Clearfield,
.d Ca brla enuntie
ES A. DUN LEV Y,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
• Ras removed to the house lately occupied by
Dr. W. A. WARD,
No. 278 Perm Street,
(South side,) third door above Rand street
aiii - Office hours from 9A. N. Olt bP. Di. . rapt :1y
JA.ItIES S. KING,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND DWELLING TO
N 0.1430 Fifth Street,
CORNER OF CHERRY ALLEY,
Where his patrons and friends aro invited to rail.
JAMES A. LOWRIE, Attorney at Law,
Office, Fourth street, Pittsburgh, between Smith
field and Cherry Alley. dellay
la All I, Surgeon Deutist, successor to
I I • G. W. Biddle, N 0.14.1 Smithfield street.
rte' Office hours from eight to 1 o'clock, and from 2
to 6 o'clock. tritely
Mines and Signors.
WM. CLAYTON & CO.,
No. 37 Dummy ALLEY,
NEAR WOOD STREET,
Alwaym on hand, Blackberry, Cherry and Cognac
Brandies, Old Monongahela and Rectified 'Whisky, of
the very bent quality. delihydel
E. P. MIDDLETON & BRO.
WINES, BRANDIES, &c
ALSO DEALERS IN
Fine Ohl Whio4kies,
NO. 5 NORTH FRONT STREET,
W & D. RINEH ART,
ILL2fL7ACTLIIIB AND DLL= LT ALL YLTD9 Or
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND SUGARS,
Wholmaie and Rana Dealer in:
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
Virginia Chewing Tobacco,
Under the SL Charlet; Hotel,
oell FITTS Pt' titi 11, PA
JAMES W. WOODWELL.
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS,
WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL,
E MBRACING overyVit! of Furniture.
—a Walnut, .uitable
Parions (Mambo], and Inning Itooma, Nina] to any
in Sea York and Plnlaklplua. and at
Ever, arneln nytd, l'y hand. and Warranted.
i2atunct napphod with any quantity tI
FlarlltUre and Chair, on rt•to.otiddlo term+. 110101,
and steamb o ats furn 4,4 at the shorrom notice. Ware
rnam-4, r;c , q• 77 and 7a Third ritt,hurgln
C. WEST ac: CO.,
CARRI A G E S,
R.OcKAWAYS, BUt;GIELti, SITLKIErt ANIt
ItIT Pztut Sfr,e, n 7.
Sir All work warranted to of the t , o•I motoriolo
and workmanship ._
CARRIAGES AT CI 1111 W. tirit.ir
oohed to elose ouru,y ~ r y litrro on-1 weld ootriolii•I
CARI:IAGE - i AT COST.
The otock cornpr,e, every ,y.. on•I Ittrutty. The
contingency and tiottirgeticy is of Mu most Important
Call at once ktul make your rtelcullon.
unZdaw 'rwo 311h4 Run, U. or Lwreneest!le
THE CLIMAX GRAIN FAN.
Tli E SUBSCRIBERS HAVING BOUGHT
the right to ma:nit:wince. in Allegheny and Arm
strong countiea, the Climax Urnin nod Se,' Fen, the
factory will he found et MUNN & BARTON 'M, corner of
Itoyd street and Fourth street road. Farmer,. will find
it to their advantage to call and see them. The) take
the premium everywhere that they have teen shown.
They are neat, cheap and the famtemt ever known.
COMM ERCIAL COLLEG E,
College Hall, Diamond Birmingham
TERMS, CASH ON ENTRANCE.
For Ornamental Writing stl6)
Plain Writing 10} Timo unlimited
" Writing and Book-Keeping. :
No extra ehargo for those taking scholarships for
In consequence of numerous applications the (ohms
mg charges will ho mean :
Writing, (alone,) three months,.
Classes in Arithmetic, (Mental and Practical, and also
in Orthography and Grammar,) arc regularly conducted
by the Principal. And a now feature in this College,
also a very requisite and important one, will be," a thor
ough Commercial Mercantile Correspondonce,"—thus
enabling the studentto commence business in a correct
and systematic manner, on his leaving College. This
desideratum cannot be too highly estimated. Anew
publication on this subject' will shortly ha published by
Loithead I Shaffer.
Good boarding at ,f.2,&0 per week. Birmingham Ferry
free for students. Entrance atany time. For specimens
of Writing, enclose two postage stamps, and address,
G. U. LEITHEAL, Principal,
ST:\ FRANCIS' COLLEGE,
Under the Care of the Franciscan Brothers,
LORETTO, CAMBRIA COUNTY, PA.,
THIS INSTITUTION, naturally situated
for Educational Purposes, affords all the induce
ments that can be desired for a Catholic Institution. It
is located in the most healthy and Picturesque portion
of the Alleghenies, distant four miles from Cresson
Station, on the direct mail Mute between Philadelphia
and Pittsburgh. The scholastic year commences the
first of September, and will close on the Ist day of July
Thu Terms for Board, including a thorough English
Scientific course, are $lOO per annum,
The Classics and Modern Languages form an extra
charge of $lO per annum.
Washing and use of Bedding $lO.
For further particulars apply to the superior of the
References can be made to the Rt. Rat. Dr. O'Connor.
VINCENT'S COLLEGE AND SEMINA
RY, under the cure of the Benedictine Fathers,
near LATROBE, WESYMORELAND COUNTY, Pa.
In the College are taught the weed branch°, of Ea
In the Seminary, the Classics, Mathematics, History,
Rhetorice, Philosophy, etc., and the diflorent branche:i
of higher erudition necessary or useful to those aspiring
to the Priesthood. .
The terms for board and Tuition am sso per year, to
be paid semi-annually ' strictly in advance.
German and French, nod other languages, Drawin g
Painting, Music, form no extra charges, excepting some
recompensation for the uso of instruments.
Medicine, Washing, Books, Stationery, &c., form extra
For particulars apply to the Directors of the College.
The Collegiate year begins on the Lt of September,
and ends on the ad of July following.
FATHER G. H. LUMM,
i9/ 3 Director of the College.
CEMENT FOR FRUIT CANS, at
JOSEPH FLEMING'S Drug Store,
Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup, at`
Joseph Fleming's Drug Store.
!Seller's Cough Syrup, at
Joseph Fleming's Drug Store.
Ayro's Cherry Pectoral, at Jos. Fletrunr's Drug Store.
Brown's Bron:' ,, al Troches. a:,
oet2s corner Dia
ROUSE" A.ND LOI ,dia sato
on Rebecca street, Allek , cum,
s=oton Allegheny sumo,
eiest... _ For IL.rgame
Reel idea% at 61
to o ]
8. ouTlatir T .N, a r ia; Agti,
rocs. a CO.,
I , la
LOCICIIATEN, CLINTON CO, PENN.A
OFFICE—No. 91 GRANT STREET
C _A. It 3D
Zobacco and *gars.
THE LAST FAST
W. 1 , ;(.1,14
J. bl AC)
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK,
NO. FOURTH. STREET,
OPEN DAILY, from 9 to 2. o'clock ; also,
on Wednesday and Saturday evenings, from May
lst to November Ist. from 7 to 9 o'clock ; and from No
vember lot to May Ist. from 6 to 3 o'clock.
Deposits retained' of all sums not. less than 0,0
DOLLAR, 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, sines 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 Decembr, compound
ing twice a year without troubling the depositor to call or
oven to present his pets book. At, this rate, money will
double in leas Man twelve years, making: in the aggre
gate 110111 Ain) can-RAL7 PLR CENT. A TL lit.
Books euntsiutng the Charter, By-Laws, Rules and
Regulations, furnished gratis, on application at• the
Hopewell Hepburn, - - John IL Shneoherser,
, „ ,
James Steidle, Alexander Bradley,
James D. Kelley, James lierilman,
Robert Robb, A. M. Polla c k, M. P.,
Isaac M. Pennock, Williain S. Lovely,
Hill Burgwin, (William J. Anderson.
• TAL , Snece.•
John G. Backoteu, P. A. Madeira,
John B. Canfield, John H. Mellor,
J. Gardiner Collin, Jamerß. D. Meeds,
Alonzo A. Carrier, James M'Anley,
Dpvi4l Campbell. Walter P. Marshall,
John S. CU:la:We, • Wilson Miller,
Charles A. Colton, Henry L. Ringwalt,
William Douglas, John M. Sawyer,
Francis Felix, George S. Belden,
Benj. L. Falinestarlr, • John Lb Scully,
J41.1110,W. Hallman, Alexander Tindlo,
William S. haven, Theobahl UmliFta.etter,
Charles Knap, Isaac Whittier.
ARCM:flat AND TRIAGIANA.
C1:14R111.9 A. COUPON. • [nplB
WM. H. WILLIAMS & Co.,
Bankers and Exchange Brokers,
flood area; corner of Third,
Corner of Pino and Nassau Sts., Now York,
Issue Letters of Crtidit and Circular Notes for trsrole.rs,
avadatile in all the cities of tho Unitod !States, Canada,
the \Vest Indic Islands, our., similar to those in such
osuinsive use in Europe. nuluilttri
,TEIOB. D. LOODEIS.
I'IN 1.1.)03L1S S. CU., Dealers in
Promis.ory Notes, Gonda, Mortgages, and all Se
eurmea for money.
Money loaned on Checks at !Mort dates, with collateral
NoTM AND DRAFTS BOUGHT AND SOLD
PerPon. desn-ing Loans van be aceornno.iated on
reasonable terms, aud Capitalists can be tuna: hod with
good securities at remunerative prices.
Also, attend to the Sale, Renting and Leming of Real
°thee, No. 9:1 FOURTH STRRET, above Wood.
mh2,ly AUSTIN LOOMIS, Notary Public.
NllOL3f & SONS, Blinkers and Ex
. change Brokers, and Pealarr, m Notes, Drafts.
acceptances, Gold, Silver and Bank Note, Exchange
on the I..'astern and %Western Cities constantly for sate.
Collections made in all the clnes throughout the
United State, I.h . p.Sit-9 received in par funds or cur
rent Ivaper, No. 07 Market street between Thud and
Nos. 18 and 20 Wood Street,o
WM. 11. SMITE.
WM. 11. SMITII & CO.,
N 8 SECOND AND 141 FIRST STREETS.;
MILLER. .5; RICRETSON,
WINES AND SEGAILS,
NOS. 2I AND nn. CORNER OF LIBERTY AND
SWEARER'S CITY GLASS.,
Iron, Nalls, Cotton Yarns, &c., &c., Con
Manny on Band. [ror2
M'CANDLESS, MEANS & C 0.,;
farrxr,,A,s n WICE. lee ANDISKS.I
WHOLESALE G R OCERS,
uIErIN N ktt.N. COTTON YARNA.
AS t, NI ERA
of 142 , x1 nri I 1 -,• Stud.
4onrrding and sl:onunission.
PIG MET AL AN!) BLOOMS,
Nli. 74 WATER STREF:f, BF;! AM; 51 Alt F7T,
j 1i I'l TTS 13 17 I: ( - 3 11, PA
GALLAGHER, CRAIG & CO.,
'TRAM AND GAS PIPE FITTERS,
KJ PLUMBERS rind FINISHEP- 4 or all kinds or tirnss
DEALERS IN GAS MURES, C.
°Mee and Wareroom, No. 12 Wood at.,
live Doors from Flrih.
Voundryillits-152 ?lest st.,flye Doors below
The well-knownpractical skill and experience in the
various branches of Brays Caating, Steam and GR.9 Pipe
Fitting, of the senior runrnberii a the firtn. (who will
give their personal attention to all work entrusted to
them.) should entitle us to a sham of public patronage.
All Orders Promptly Filled.
N OTICE TO GENTS.—We hare on hand
A LARGE STOCK OF
Gent's Pa.tent. Leather and French Calf
And STRAP SHOES, which wo aro calling low, at
31 FIFTH STREET.
W. E. SCIIMERTZ S. CO
B. C. & Ji 11. SAWYER,
LARD OIL, CANDLES,
Palm, Toilet and Rosin Soaps,
No. 47 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa
STOVES, FENDERS. FIRE IRONS,
Plain, Planoished and Japanned Tin fu'id
HOUSE. FURNISHING HARDWARE
'Frays, Sc-, the hirgest mod; ever offered ni ails city, at
T. J. O.RAIGS, 123 Wood
Five doors from Fifth
Manufacturer of the Celehrah,l
GOSSAMER VENTILATING WIG,
ELASTING BAND TOUPEES,
AI(D MAT Dr-SUMMON 0?
Ornamental Hair for Ladies and Gentlemen,
NO. 65 MARKET STREET,
my: PITTSBURGH. PA.
VURNITURE FOR DASH.—A full as
11 Sortment of Pitteburgb manufactured FURN
And every astiyele needed in SI w.ell furnished dwelling,
as Well as a splendid .assortment of
Conetantly on hand and made to order. As the only
terms on Which businesb is done at this establishment is
forCASll,primsare made seeordini.lly. Persons m want
of anything tntbe above line, won] d be advantaged by
• N 0.10,1 Smithfield eh net, below Fifth
t J. D:Fkornase,.
• Jowl DL inar.
.Mutual Insurance Company,
LOCK MAVEN, CLINTON CoIINTY.
CHARTERED BY THE LEGISLATOR?. OF PENN-
Chsh $300.000 I Premium Notar. ..... .r. 132,343
rrITIS COMPANY WILL INSURE ON
Itulklings,lferchandittc,FurniturejAc, in town or
'Hare:tram =Hon T T Pearee, It. Hall. T. T. Abrams,
Iton. G. C. Harvey, Chas. Crist, I). N. Jackman, Chas. A.
Mayer, Peter Diel,en, W. White, Thema, Kitchen.
110 N. U. C. HARVEY, President.
T. T. AIMASIII, Vice President.
Taus. KITCRES, Secretary. . .
PENNSYLVANIA INSURANCE CO.
Oftlce Ito. 63 Fourth Street
DIRECTI'OII.9. . •
Jacob Painter, Rody Patterson, t. Grier Sproul,
C. A. Colton, Janes H. Hopkin, A..A. Carrier,
Henry Sproul, Nu h. Voeghtly, George W.Smith.
A.J. Jones, Wade Hamirtn•-, Holwrt Patrick,
FIRE AND MARINE RISES TAKEN, of all do
A. A. CARRIER, President
I. I-IRIER SPROUL, Secrethry.
Pittsburgh Insurance Company,
NO. 96 WATER STREET, PITTSBURGH.
ROBERT GALWAY, President 4
ALEX. BRADLEY, Vice President.
F. A. RINEHART, Secretary.
Insure,' against BULL AND CA RGO RISKS, on
the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers and tribtitaris, and
MARINE RISKS generally.
Anti against loss and damage by Fire, and against the
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation and Transpor
Robert (laßray, Samuel M'Clurkan,,
Joseph I'. I,lazzam, M.l), John Scott, -, . -
Jamea Mitrahall, David Richey,
James W. Hallman, Charles Arbuthnot,
Alexander Bradley, J. L. Leech,
John Fullerton, - N. F. Hart,
R. Robinson, Robert H. Hartley,
William Cnrr, . lIBGIII. re-25
Indemnity Against Loss by Fire.
THE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. Office, No. 435
nod 437 CHESTNUT aTitEEr, near Fifth.: . .
STATL3LZNI OP MUSS, JAIMARY lot, 1859.
Palbsbal Agreeably to An Act of Assembly, being:
First Mortgages,amply secnred 11,731,669 89
Rea] Estate, (present valtze 8103,313 61,) Coot. 77,764 71
Temporary Loans on ample Collateral Sec'ts 84,530 29
Stocks, (present value (856,667 72,) cost. 71,547)
Notes nod Bills Receivable 4,808 40
Cult 42,067 36
The only profit, from premium., which this company
can divide by law, are Crum risks w hich have been de
Insurances mule on every dereription of Property,in
Town and Country, at rates as low vs are consistent with
Since their .ovorporation, a period of thirty years,
they hare paid loc.+os by Fire, to an amount exceeding
Four Millio❑s of Dollars, thereby affording evidence of
the advantages ,of Insurance, as well no the ability and
disposition to nice; with promptness all liabilities.
Lbsses paid during the year 1858, $106,805 VI.
Charles W. Bendier, Mordecai D. Lewis,
Tobias Wagner, David S. Brown,
Samuel Grant, Isaac Len,
Jacob FL Smith, Edward C. Dale,
George W. Richards, George Felon,
CRAB. N. BANCKER, President.
EDWARD C DALE, Vice President.
W.M. A. STE Secretary pro tern.
J. GARDNER COFFIN, Agent,
myl6 Northeast corner Third and Wood streets.
Reliance Muthal Insurance Co.
On Buildings, Limited or Perpetual, Merchan
dize, Furniture, &c., in town or country.
_JOS. R. ItUNTEFL
lnrettted me follows, viz:—
Find 51ortgage on Improved City Property,
'Kurth double the amount 0151,600 00
I'ennsybrunda fiat Lrond Co.':l6l4rent.lsfortgsge "
Allegheny - bounty 6 tki tent. Ptunt+ylranitt
linil.u.:,l LAture. 10.001 00
City ~r 1 , 101.1,10,,..... - 0 et. l'enn'u 11.11. Loan. 6,060 00
Peunsylvant3 Pdninool Company St., 1: 4.000 00
steo'k of the It, ltunee Mutual Ituntrunee C 0... 16,150 00
Sto:lt of County Ylro III•Il1,111PO Co 1,030 (tO
titu•lt of Lei to are 31.8. ll:Nlinulei , Company. 150 00
I . I:ion 7i 111.11r,...-. Co'- scrip 380 03
(till, 11“ eitultle, buttnef, p.:1)41 .. ..... f.40...513 43
110 , 1: Aegoulth., scorned ill, rent, c• 0• 7,311 01
Cash en hen.) not in (tank 15,563 06
CLEM TIN.4LEY. Pre,ident.
Clem Tin , 41,,, Samuel Bisphern,
krederiko Brown, IGdlium Mu,ser,
Cornelm, li•mjnmin W. Tingley,
E. IVorrel, :•,Lar.f,hall
I. Lotto Op,
Frederic Lennik; .Invol, T. Bunting . ,
B. M. lIINCHMANFkeroIary.
.1. (I.IRUN ER COFFIN, Avnt, -
n, turner and Wood street,.
INCoIin)RATED 111" THE LEGI:SI.A
TURF. OF PENNSLVANIA,
OFFICE, S. E. CORNER THIRD AND IVA L UT STS
ON VESSELS, 1
CARO.), To all part., of tho world
tin N,eldy by Ricer, Canatr, Laken, and Lltattl Cxrria ,ea
to till ports of the
On Mcrcliandire generally,
Uu Storcii, "Arching lionseii, etc., etc.
A SSE TS of TII II COMP 41%
Norraram 1, 1650.
Philadelphia City 0 it rant. 0 00
Pelimilirania State Loans. ............ ..............-. 114,505 00
United States Treas'y Notes and interest due, 65,878 54
Temporary Loon to City or Philadelphiit. 75,000 00
Radrolui ft "ft omit. Mori . age 80nda............... 55,F0U 00
Stiailti. in Penn's. IL H. bus 4. Insurance Cos-. 25,191 00
Viest .Philadelphis. Passenger Railroad 1 . 4 . 60 , 00
....tat. coupon bond],
Ponds. Mortgages. and Real Estate.-- ...... ...$ 75,363 35
Italanee Due at Agencies, Premium,, on
Marine Policies, Interest, and other debts 65,561 OS
dun the Cmitpany.. .
C.1..11 en Ilepostt in Banks.-- 67,010 31
. ' $901,6135 57
Wm. Martin, Samuel F... Stoke -
Edmund A. Souder, J. F. Peniston,
Theophihis Paulding, Henry Sloan,
John R. Penrose? Edward Da.rllngton.
John C. Davis, • H. Jones Brooke,
James Traqusir, Spencer M'llvaine,
Wm. Eyre, Jr., Thomas C. Hand,
James dl. Hand, Robert Burton,
Wm. C. Ludwig, Jacob P. Jones,
Joseph H. Seal, James B. M'Farland!
Dr. R. Al, Huston, Joshua P. Eyre,
Geo. G. Lipper, John B. Semple. Pitt !
Hugh Craig, D. T. Morgan,
Charles Kelley A. B. Berger,
Nt ILLIAM MARTIN, President.
TUBS C. HAND, Vice President.
ii LICHT LTLIMILN, Secretary i..
A. MADEIRA, Aent.
n 07.1 No. 55 Water street, Pitte iburgh.
HENRY M. ATWOOD, Secretary.
OFFICE, No. 98 Water Street.
WILL INSURE AGAINST ALL KINDS OF FIRE
AND MARINE RISKS ' ' •
Stock, Duo Bills, payable on demand, and se•
cured by two approved names ' $105,500 00
Bills Receivable- 35,525 00
Bills Discounted 1,460 00
Mortgage 12,000 00
115 shares 'Mechanics' Bank Stock,
100 shares Citizens' Wk. stock, cost 5,175 00
40 " I:ltch:lnge B'k " " 2.050 00 '
50 " B'k of Pittsburgh" " 2,750 00..416,140 00
Balance of Book 'Accounts ' ' . - 5,500 .•
Office Furniture 400 00
Cash ... ... ... 51,835 20
DIRT CTOR9.: ..
James A. Hutchison, George A. Bette,
Wm. 11. Holmes, Robert Dalzelr,
William Rea,Joseph Kirkpatrick,
Wilson Mille John M'Deritt,
no'_l Wm. A. Caldwell, - '
IHA VIL Tli IS DAY ASSOCIAI D WITII
with me, Mr. J. DELLOW in the Undertaking illl,,
11C99, which will hereafter be conducted under the name
and etyle of Lemon & bellow. JAMES LEMON
JUIN DELLOW .7/Y2s3 =ON.
Undertaking in all its Branches,
No. lIS Fourth Street,
ARE PREPARED TO DO UIs.IDER'rAK
• IN( in all its branches, in the best manner,
at prices to suit the times.
We call special attention to FISK'S NEW STYLE
PATENT' MT-TALLIC BURIAL CASH - far thesale of
which they are sole agents in this city, and of which
we keep constantly on hand a complete £1.5.11111011t. As
regards beauty of-shots and finish, they excel all others.
Funerals will be supplied with hearses, Horses and
Carriages pronapty, and at lower Tates than any other
establishment in this city. Guaranteeing to render sat-
tsfaction, they solicit .a continuance of the patronage,
heretofore so liberally extended to the old firm. apls
•NION8.:---50 bush. Onions, received and.
tor isle by
3lttinp - u.
J. A. LIPPERT. Agent,
-No. 70 Fifth street.
OFFICE sto. aos WALNUT STREET.
ASSETS, 5216,478 43
JAMES A. HUTCHISON, President
ASSETS-NOVEMBER ISTE, 13,57
V 231,453 S 9
HENRY M. ATWOOD, Secretary.
LEMON & DELLOW,
HI BY H. OCILLENiii
DR. J. S. ROSE,
OF PH ILADELPH EA,
To the People of Pitts urgh.
EVERY INTELLIGENT AND.TIIINK
ING PERSON must know that remedies branded
out for general use should have their efficiency estab
lished by well-tested. experience in the hands ol a regu
larly educated Physician, whose-preparatory study its
bun for all the duties ho must fulfill; yet the couu
try is flooded with poor Nostrums and t3ure-alls, pur
porting to be the best in the ,rl.l, which are not only
useless, but frequently injurious.
Dr.J.S. Rose's Expectorant or Cough Syrup,
For aqvurap(ion, Cnfda, COllgkc Asthma, Spitting of
Mad, Bronchitis, and Drmrsos of the Ltznys.
This Syrup, hatingeiood the teat of many years ex
perience as a remedy fur irritatiot or inflammation of
the Lungs. Throat or Bronchia, is acknowleged by all to
be a remedy eminently superior to other known CUM
pounds used for the relief and radical cure of Coughs
In compounding a Cough Syrup for general use, the
physician—for none but a physician should attempt a
prescription—is compelled, from his linowledge of the
comtitution 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 at only to cause a symptom,
such as cough. to stop, tut it in also expected that a
regularly educated doctor, that he• should core his-pa
tient radically=while the pretender may allay a cough
by opium and sguillS, molasses and laudanum, anti
mony, morhia, and wild-cherry bark, and not. be ac
countable for the after health rot`his -patient. Many of
the nostrums of the day have power to stop a cough,
and the deluded victim is lulled into an incurable form
of disease. or perhaps death.
Although a cough nmy arise from a variety of causes
which still continue to operate, such as Tubercles, Atr
acres Chronic Intlarntnation of the Lungs, Lira, l3ron
chin, ke., still the lungs are the organs sa=pelled
to do the coughing, and consequently produce Con
This Cough Syrup will not only cure Cough. hut in all
eases prevent that LION of Diseases, CONSUBIPTION.
Ayr Price 50 Cents and V.
DR. .1. S. RUSE'S PAIN CURER—That popular and
never-failing remedy has alone stood the test of thirty
five years. Price 12, 21 and 50 cents.
The Pain Curer cures lthematism.
The Pain Curer cures pains in the limbs, joints, hack,
The Pain Curer mares choke, pains in the stomach or
'fhc Pitin,Curor cures scalds, bums, sprains and
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 itgives you relief, recommend it to others; if it fails,
condemn it. Remember it has come from a regular
DR. J. S. ROSES DYSPEPTIC COMPOUND, the only
sure cure for Dyspepsia mad Liver Complaint. Price 50
Dyspepsia may be known by costiveness, belching tip
of wind, sour stomach, and sometimes. diarrhoea 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 cure,) then follow debility of
the lungs, and a predisposition to Consumption.
Ail- The written signature must be over the cork.
DIL J. S. ROSES ALTERATIVE SYRUP, or Blood
Purifier, for the cure of Scrofula, Old Eruptions, Chronic
Di senses, Ulcers, Sores, Swelled
_Neck, and all diseases
arising from an impure state of the blood. Price $l.
S. ROSE'S BUCHU COMPOUND, for all dis•
eases of the Kidneys and Bladder. Price 50 cents. The
great demand for this article has induced. others to bot
tle up something they call Buchu. Ask for Rose's, and
take no other. Written signature must be over the
cork of each bottle; take none without it. oc 'tidy
Health and Happiness Secured.
THE CONCENTRATED CURE,
THE CONCENTRATED CURE,
A. POWERFUL REMEDY,
A POWERFUL REMEDY,
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION,
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION,
TRY IT ! TRY IT !
TRY IT ! TRY IT !
YOUNG MEN WHO ARE SUFFERING
from the effects of youthful indiscretion, cin be
surely and permanently restored by using the
CONCENTRATED CURE .
QUA V I TAE,
A Remedy of treat and Certain Power.
This remedy is put up in small Tiede, and can be
by mail to any addres... A trial wdl.Eatasfy. U se t for
a week, and yon will experience a great benefit A cir
cular containing full particulars, sent (free) on applica
tion. Price per bottle $l.OO.
One bottle will last a month.
N. B.—This remedy is suitable for either sex. M-
I dress K. CRUG Ell, Medical Agent,
jyt"."..rw 74.2 BrnadwaY, New York.
SUFFER NOT.—DRS. GOLDSMITII &
CO., No. 42 Sixth street, Pittsburgh, Penn's, stilt
continues to he consulted on all diseases of a PRIVATE.
or DELICATE NATURE. From a long eoUrae of study
and practical experience of unlimited extent, Drs. G. 4
Co. have the gratification of presenting the unfortunate
with remedies that have never failed to cure the most
aliu ming ,X,r, of Gonorrhea and Syphilis. Beneath his
treatment, all the horrors of Venereal and Impure Blood,
Scrofula, Ulcers, Pain and Distress, or Inflammation of
the Bladder and Kidneys, onscesses,'Humors, Frightful
Swellings, and the king train of horrible symptoms at
tending this class of diseases, are made to become as
harmless as the simplest "Rings of a child.
SEMINAL WEAKiNE.' 3 / 4 5—Dre. G. & Co. devotes much
of their attention to the treatment of those cases caused
by a secret and solitary habit which ruins the bode and
mind,unfitting the unfortunate individual for either tiltai.
ne, or society. Some of the sad and meLaucholy effects
produced by these early habits of youth are,Weakness
of the bark and limbs, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspep
sia, Nem - on:mess, derangement of the Digestive fun,
lions, symptoms of Consumption, etc:. etc. The fearful
infects on the mind aro much to be dreaded. viz: Loss
of nicinory, confusion of ideas, depression of spirits,
evil forrbOdiup.aVrrelOn to society, self-distrust, turndi
ty, to., are furlong the evils produced. Ruch persons,
before contemplating marriage, should consult a physi
cian of skill and experience, and be at once restored to
health and happiness. Ague and Fever cured, and war.
ranted. Alt letters containing a fee, addressed to Drs.
GOLDSMITH d CO-, Pit burgh, Penn's, will meet with
prompt attention, and medicines forwarded, secure from
ohs - en - at - lon, and a cure guaranteed. The strietest se
creisy observed in all cases.
le_ Don't forget the place, N 0.42 Sixth street, Pitts
burgh, Pa. apl9:lydaw
EYE AND EAR
Office 95 Main sired, (tkl doer, up shars,)Buffalo, N. Y.
STABLISHED BY THE CELEBRA
uTED DR. JtiIINSON, late of London, England.
A great discovery in the science of medicines, being
a certain and speedy cure for restoring the sight and
removing all diseases to the eye. T hin is uni
versally acknowledgedthe only safe and sure remedy
now known. It has been used with great success by the
most skillful physicians in Europe and America.
Patients in any part of the country can treat them
selves successfully at moderate expense, thereby
avoiding the danger and expense of Wing into the
hands of unskillful physicians. This medicine (sufficient
to cure,) will be sent by maul or express, with all neces
sary directions, on receipt of Ten Dollars.
Dr. Johnson's Certain and Infallible Cure for Deafness and
Singing Noise. in Me Ehrs, Nervous Head
. and Mind Complaints,
Affording instant relief to sufferers wholmve been trou
bled with deafness for many years. After using this
remedy a few days the patient is suddenly and almost
miraculously enabled to hear ordinary toned converra ,
tion; in the course of a few weeks the most obstinate
case of deafness is effectually cured.
Patients too numerous to mention have been restored
to perfect hearing, and forever rescued from the snares
of the numerous dangerousunqualified pretenders Cl
the present day. Hospital and private testimonials and
certificates from the most rminent physicians and sur
geons in England, in whos -presence deaf per Sons have
been cured, and many hundreds of private patients cured
can be soon or referred to. A case .of this medicine,
(enough to effect a cure,) will be forwarded to any pan
of the country for Fifteen Dollars. Address ,
DR. JOHNSON, Drawer 404.
Office 95 Blain fit., Buffalo, N. Y.
PRIVATE DISEASES.-DR. BROWN'S
MEDICAL and SURGICAD,Office, N 0.50 SMITH
toId street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Dr. BROWN is an old citizen of Pittsburgh, and has
been in Practice for the last fteoity-fira years. His busi
ness has been confined mostly to Private and Surgical
In need of a medical friend, should not fail to and out
the sure place of relief. The Doctor is n regular gradu
ate, and his experience in the treatment of a certain class
of diseases is a sure guarantee to the sufferers of obtain
ing permanent relief, by the use of his remedies and
, DR. BROWNS REDIEDIES
never Lail to cure the worst form of Venereal Diseases,
Impurities and Scrofulous Affections. Also, all diseases
arising (tom a hereditary taint, which manifests keelf
in the form of tenor, psoriasis, and a great many forms
of skin diseases, the origin of which the patient is en-:
tirely ignorant. To persona so affficted,Dr.Brown offers
hopes of a
S sure d anpeedy reco ry.veMINAL s WEA
Dr. Prown's remedies for this alarming tronble
brough ton often by that solitary habit of sensual grati
fication, which_ the young and weakminded often give
way to, (to their own destruction,) are the only reliable
remedies known in this country—they are safe,,and
make a speedy restoration of health.
Dr. Brown's remedies never fail to cure this painfu
disease in afar days—he will warrant a cure. He also
treats Piles, Gloet, Gonnorrho3a, Stricture, tirethal Dis
charges, Female Weakness, Monthly Suppressions, Dis
eases of the Joints, Fistula in Ano, Nervous Affections,
Pains in the Back and Kidneys, Imt.atlon of the Blad
der, together with all discs ,s of an impure origin.
A letter describing the symptoms. containing a a a,
directed to DR. BROWN, No. 60 Smithfield street, Pita
burgh, Pa., will be immediately answered. Medicine
sent to any address, safely packed and secure from ob
°thee and Private Rooms, No. 50 anntiatield atree
Fittabargh, Pa. not:
M'GINLEY'S 10E• CREAM SALOON
No. 27 1-2 Fifth St., opposite the Exchange Bank,
31!GINLEY, AT -I IS SPACIOUS
1.U.• and elegantly arranged rooms, located as above.
1 , prepared to furnish all thr Luxuries of the Season in
111.31111 e. Delicious
Ice Cream, Fruits, Fresli Pies, Cakes of
And every de , cripuon of Confectionery; all of the best
material will be served to ,Order. day4nad evening.
Air. Orders for parties promptly - tilled. Call and long
for yourself. (m 4 6 ) M. M'GINLtY.
RAILROAD SPIICE - OONTANY.
Jos. Dilwarth, D. W. C. Bidwell,
(Successors to Porter, Rave Q Smett,)
CHAIRS AND BOATRPIRM .
- Ccir. of Wittier it. and Cherry_alley.
I OTA a F.S.;-54X1,tharrela lot bale
50, R. goLVIII:
T 4 'ailto;llJ3.
PITTSBURGH,' PT. WAYN.E AND
Completed from Pittsburgh to. Chic - ago
WOOD4UFF'S SLEEPING CARS ATTACHED TO Al,
THE NIGH? TRAINS.
THROUGH WITHOUT &LUNGE OP it9l
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14,1559 t
Trains will leave the Htation, corner of liberty and
Grant streets, Pittsburgh, as follows:
',save Pittsburgh. Cresthrie.: Fort Wayne,
Express....._lt4o 1(V.,.30 L. ~:.4740 p r.._
Express P. M. 10:40 P. IL 4::27 A. sr.
ARRIVE AT CHICAGO-Express, 10:45'5: v 4 Espress,
10:45 n. ar.
ARRIVE AT PITTSBURG ll—Express 3faii, 8;50 P; r 4
Express, 210 A. N.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS, from Federal streets
Allegheny, for New Brighton, 9:40 a. a, and 4:40. P. L •
From " .0:95 "
Through trains connect SS follows:
Atlid. ance, with trains on the Cleveland and Frietahtirgh
roa . • -
At Oreille, Ohio, to and from Millersburg, Akron, Cuy;
hoga Falls, ete.. -
.At Mansfield, Ohio, for Mount Vernon, Shelby, San.
dusky. Toledo, Detroit, etc- • . -
At Crestline, for Delaware, Springfield, Columhus, Cin
cinnati, Xenia, Dayton, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Louis.
ville, etc. -
At Forest, for Springfield, Sandusky, lituton.,.Gincire.
nazi, etc.., etc.
At Limo, for Sidney, Dayton, Cincinnati, etc., etc..
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
And at Chicago, with trains for all points in Minas.:
lowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
For further informaticin and throrgh tickets apply
J. 5' AWART, Tlcket-Agenc -•
Passenger Station, Pittsburgh!
• K. C. STEVENSON, Ticket Agent, ,
Passenger Station, Allegheny -
Through Tickets for sale at the Ticket Office - a the
Company on the line_ of the rm.!, fo alt pa rts ofthe
United States. . J.
nol-1 - General Passenger A • nt, Ilttsburgh.
1859 WINTER. A3RafGl=n. 1859.
Oa and After Monday, November 1412 n
Pennsylvania Central :Banat
EIGHT DAILY , TRAINS.
THE THROUGH MAIL TRAIN leaves the Passenger
Station every morning, at 5:50 a. X, stopping at all re
War stations, arriving in Philadelphia at lead r.l. -
THE THROUGH EXPRPS4 TRAIN lemma dilly,
(except Sunday,) at 4AO P. X, stopping only at regular
stations, making direct connections at Harrisburg. for
Baltimore, and arriving in Philadelphia or Baltimore at
0:50 a.m. ,
THE FAST LIRE leaves the Station daily, (except.
Sunday,) at 210 a. x.. stopping only at Greensburg, La.
trobe, janstown, Wilmore, Cddlitzin. Altoona, con
nearing at lihrriaburg with the train direct tor Nail:here,
and arriving in Philadelphia at 6:00 P. K.
-ACCOMMODATION TRAINS: :
THE JOHNSTOWN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
leaves daily (except Sunday) at 1:05 X. ; stopping tit all
stations, and running as far as Conematigh.'•
FIRST ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek
Bridge leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 11a0 A. is._
SECOND ACCOM3IODATION 'MALY for Turtle
Creek leaves daily, (except Sunday,) at 410 Sr.
THIRD ACCOMMODATION TRAIN-for Turtle Creek
leaves daily, (except Smaday,) at 6./0 P. X.
RETURNING TRAINS arrive in 'Pittsburgh as
lows :—Express, 1:40 r. si; Mail, I:15 le; Fast Lae, ;
1:45 L. sr; Johnstown Accommodation, II:00 A. x; Meat ,
Turtle Creek Accommodation, 6:50-e. a; Second Ao
commodation, 1:10 P. x; Third Accommodxtion, tclo
Trairut for Blairsville and Indiana connect at. Blaira•
villa Intersection with Mail Train East, Express. Znirt
West, and the Johnstown Accommodation Train East
PIrrSEURGH AND CONNELLSVILLE TRAINS,
stopping at all stations on th.: Pittsburgh Land Connel/a.
ville Road, leave daily, as follows: • • -
Mail Train. 7:00 a. a; Express Train, 2:05 v. a. Return
ing trains from Pittsburgh and Connellsville Road ar
rive at Pittsburgh 840 a. K., and 0:10 P. IL.
The traveling public will find it greatly to their inter-,
est, in going 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 stone, and is entirely free from , dust; we can
promise safety, speed and comfort to" all who may favor
this road with their patronage.
F A R E:
No New York..-.--. 513 00 To Baltimore-......—59 60
Philadelphta......- ' 10 00 I Lancaster.„--....... 865
Harrisburg, -$7 45. •
Baggage checked to all- stations on the Pennsylvania'
Railroad, and to Philadelphia, Baltimore and New Yerk.
Passengers purchasing tiezets in car, will be charged
ONE-HALF CENT PERMLE in addition to the Station
rates, except from stations where the Company hal; Ito
NOTICR—In case of loss, the Company will hold
themselves responsible for personal baggage only, and
for an amount not exceeding sago.
N. B.—The Excelsior Ombibus Line has been'
employed to convey Passengers and Baggage to_and
from the Depot, at a charge not to exceed 25 centa for
each passenger and baggage.
For tickets apply to J. srEwAxer, Agent,'.
At the P. R. R. Passenger Btation,,.. - .
On Liberty and urant irtreets:
CHANGE OF TIHE--WINTER LRIUMMENT.
CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAIUWAD.
9 1 0 TAKE EFFECT NOVEMBER 14th,
1855, as follows
PITTSBURGH AND CHICAGO LINE.
Leaves Arcs Arrives Arrives
Pittsburgh, at Cleveland, at Toledo, . st Chicago,
1:50 a. n. 7::15 a. a. 12:.10 e. a. 10:.35 P. x.
1:45 r. 7:35 P. X. 12:10 A. a. 10 . 25'a. *-
Passengers wishing to go to Chicago via Cleverand t
should be particular to ask for tickets via Cleveland.
PITTSBURGH, COLUMBUS dr. CINCINNATI SHORT
LINE, VIA STEUBENVILLP
Express leaves Arrives . Arrives
Pittsburgh, atColumbus, ateincinnati; &08. Louis
Sr. 1-'4i P. U. G:35 P.M. L-00.r.
1:45 P. a. 1:45 8:00 2:45 P. IL
This route is shorter to Cincinnati, L0tri54v.....ei.t....
bus, and all points South, than any other route. Spied.
did Sleeping Cars attached to all night trains.
PITTSBURGH. AND WHEELING LINE..
Leaves Ar. at Ar. at Ar. at - 'Ar. at
Pitt'gh. Rochester, IVellsville, Steub'ville, Wheeling
1:50 A. M. 3:00,1. 3t. 3:57 438 w , Sr 0:14 • m
B:2u a. Jr.—stops at all stations—arrives at 1452 a it
1:45 e. a. 3.04 P. X. 4:00 P. M. 5:03 ex P
For Through. Tickets apply at the Pennsylvania Rail.
road Passenger Station. -
F. R. MYERS, --
Gen.! T i cket Art C.Al'. Railroad.
nols J. STEWART, Ileket Art.,"Depet.
1859. Baltimore and Ohlo Rif IfolltiCO.f - 859
THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL.
ROAD COMPANY are now prepared to: receive
and forward Merchandise under through Wile oflading
to and from PITTSBURGH AND 'PIE , Y...e . T . ERN
Rates guaranteed to be sally favorable with tiroite of .
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, or. any other Line.
For information as to rates, facilities, ete; - etc., appli.: ''...
cation may be made by letter or in person to eithe% CI.
of the undersigned agents: - ' i -, -1 -- '
At BOSTON, - Moses Petter,eornerSfateand Wasldzik r
At NEW YORK, C. W. Parveil, =I Broadway, abord ,- ;
the Astor House.
At PHILADELPHIA, - Calhoun -& Colston, corn
Broad and Cherry , streets. ,
At PHILADELPHIA, Cot.-Reify; mornerisite-k,
Chestnut streets. . - -
At BALTIMORE, J. T. England , Camden Station. 2.
At PITTSBURGH,:.Y. A. Caughey, 144 Water etre_ et. :s1„ - •
, m. Particular attention of merchants, mataufeeturereV:
and shippers generally, of Pittsburgh, Allegheny Llty, ~,.A
and vicinity, is called. to the facilities of this 800 Route * - 0
as compared with others, and their patronage and Savor*
are respectfully solicited. HENRY D. IitEA.M, ~,•;.,-41 .
jaßeff General Freight Agent B. &O. RR. o.(v .t
NEW ROUTE VIA. RIVER fr_...o
RAILROAD. ' ..- -
_,, , ti w : . ‘l ,
Indianapolis & Cincinnati Itar t
Connecting at Indianapolis with 'Terre Hect 0 . le
Terre Haute and Alton Railroad, to St.-Louis and ..../.
otte and Indianapolis, New Albany and Salk - P„..--' ,
liiichinn Central Roads for CHICAGO, ROCK Re)," i. , ,,,,, , 1
BUR.I.GTON, and all intermediate _ ~_ _
Through- Freight - Train to INDIS, 14SE
1 HAUTE, L.AFAYY,I I E and - PERU.
Freights carried from Onainnati_or Lawrenaihgrg in
1 less time tlumby any other .route.tnenty,fourEara,
and at as low rates. The only rowdy whinh ehtftn9Pts
can be made from Cincinnati to the West, without
Consignments made to S. E. GIBBONS', Agent, at Cis. cinnati; or, W: B. CUTTING, Agent, at Lawrence:tem
will receive prompt attention, and no: charge for cam.
mission; no chargafor d.rayasa or consmisaiossatZadirteace•
For farther information apply to THOMAS RATIGAN,
(No. - 115 Water street,) - Agent of the Ob, who is
prepared to give =WPM 112CLIP/S to rll - = Tang
Haute, Lafayette, Chieago,:. Pe rai , Graeacastla, , CCM, •
fordsville, Charleston; Paris and Madoon.- , ..: ..
. . .
H. C. - LORD, ?said=
JNO. F. CHEEK, General neig,ht .nue
TI A Y . Sr. COMPANY;
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