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• ‘c. inddle, No. 144 Limit st:Lo.t.
43•407.1i0a boom from El to 1 o'cicch, cad to 5
I SCOTT, Dantis - L, Fotuth traest,
ut w-dst of tinthet.
FAY Lcezrs f:ota 3 dolocs . 6 &clock P.
3 - OSEP3 FLEXING, suoonsor to L. Wil
cox G Co., corner of Market stress and tke Diamond,
kwra. cane tantlpo n Land o fall airiornxtent of DRUGS, REL.D.
C111132M, PREFIIMERT, and all art',
clei pertaining to Lk 11sitoe3..
mr4onnacd az all
lar-V ,3 I„ -10581" S IL I:LULL:S
s:fjr P. MARSHALL & Importers and
`l , • dealers :muchcnd iLL:6II,3Ii FA PER
NO. Wcai e.s ci l'lttmbr.rgh.
Zo e thz amanf..,-tort, 7:l'.
DAtcrert. 6), Fens. 1,
ia-1111r. .1.4:•11i0.2 I. 65.D...n4C.f.
TO RIMER & ANDERSON, (sucoes3i.. , ra to
JGthus rch,i€4 Q C 0.,) u-holetalo doalers in P.OREIG.N
isurrs., SPICES, CONFECTION AB.Y, SUGARS, &a,
e 2 Wood et•ezt, opposite the St. Crharlos Hanoi, Etta
J. Di. LITTLE,
NO. 84 ST. CLAIR STREET
rdp_h - av
n KET ---- u A-ROLLITECT, REMOVEID
fer-• c.: Ftliz tad Wood to
Deilding,—:,,utihriet to prepare Plar, , r-ttd
Ape:Ale:Along of, tad to Sa - iAlrintettnitho 3.troctlet of eiery
A uuroN, BELL AND BRASS
Jon.. r to- - .INDF_F.,'N, stcoND famot, Y t•` ,, arg . l , ,
preparti: tojerr.4l , 4to eider
OfliTheU, trig PACrhpitY ANI)
Crf Qlitiz,z,triaa iG ta 10,0400
CR:l35a: BYLL ~rder and AMIE O_ , CS.S
tsT WA tires.
COU 11.12:G: , .,
told Gray v=rl<ty c 4 Errzi e4sth:lr* tr,i;h,l
PAciiiNdx.;r r a Eugn:oa.
11 an RIDGY, & M
_",xxrc PI-num.:l' ; and
toad Dt3;.161 - 3 in Clotks, Houno Furuishing Goode,
No. 1%6 Wood abor• Fifth,
fiChl LlO Br a -.he d I uade Lu order
St. Frart.e:ls Academy for Boys,
Cit. - DEE THE CLIVE OF THE RRA.NCISCAN EROVIERS.
Loretto, Cambria. County, Pe..
rr II I S INSTITUTION, NATURAT,LY
situatmt Edumtional ptirpoe.4.l, eVorla iJI the to
clucomeon that Can be deoltod torn Catholic loo'ltui.lou.
1:13 to tht•Tra>tt healthy and pktuiesqu.p..a.tiou
`La 3llebhnwza Hutssi four miles from Creetou Station, ta..l
dirt runt. be:woon Platladelphla on,l eit.tobere.h. The
entroleAtic year cr4arnencing the flout Monday to Sep:La-16e,,
will cloto tho 15th of July following.
The I\XX...A tbr mod, inandiai u rboroth .`;ogitsh t oleo
Ca.are, am $1 , 30 1,4 ar.unin.
• The Cltaio Langui l k,A form eo ertra chore
et $lO per aruaroa.
Waeliing end tree of 13. e Itug $lO.
For further r..r'llonlar3 to the ani - .. , 11:): or IL
d d - a y
Rel:rFaxv ear..l , A m.LS&. L the RI. Dr. tiams"..,.u...
Vincent's COliege and Seminary,
lIITAita THE OP Tar. isZIiP.DICTLNE riTauits,
Near W.tamaareland uaunty, ea.
TN TIIE COLLEGE ARE TAFICIIIT Tt3
cut.lB,l-braitchea cf-Du4131 Eat:cation
in vhe, dv.MINAT2a",
fat,ts;ric.e, Phlkv4. , ty, ttin elliScrsat bravc
hiews: erulit.:Ja v , t•-•
PriEztr.c. , l.
z.nd othv:.• LL K,
DE I' GOOD:::
A NOTH ER CRASII-IN PRICES 1--
2 - 1 ir4 deterrak:: , l to sell our stock, thong - 11
ose Tight," we hsve rasde n general Effie en--
- ELIIDUCED THE ENTILN ETOCL. .
Now is the timc to Lny when the
turbruhen, and ttO Prices Down! .Downl I
ac gild. JOS. 110P-NX, 77 Market .0-r-
( 7,1 i1E LAST CHANGE IN FlUlath,t'..—
1111,6.a.0, wortlA 75 cent; st 62% p,r
do So do `dlyi at 60 du
d. do Ert) at 131' 1 A do
1 - .114 . at 2.5
JOSEPH HORN 2.,
ii VEL vvr i , TRIAL. A YiNU
A chola, oz..tcrtniont on td , nd and foruale at
ocall i_7 hiattot
CIENTLEMEN'S UNDER GARM.ENTt - T,.—
w-Gol, Sirs, Merino and ,inavy Ciotti= Under Shiro
and D r amas---n fmlorapply reoeiced 110R1iLwn,
del9 77 Market Meat.
IVE Centa - per Potnid - Titednetion in the
Price of BRADLEY'S T.LENS.--Wholesale Sayers and
Peddlers will be famished with BRADLEY'S 7113EE-PLY
KNITTING YARNS at a reduction of Five Cent] per pound,
"by the bundle, after this date„ar 019 N, And Csah only.
JOa. aOB-NE, 77 Market street,
Agent for the Kancfeaturer
VaßßOlDEliLES.—Our,excellent stock of
11.2' 'French Embralerioa, and tho low prices at which
thoy are marked, offers rare laduceraonta to ladies withing
to purchase the latest etyloe.
MONEY 1 MONEY 11—PRICES MARK
Air Great reduction in the pries of Embroideries.
Via bare mane carefully weer onr handsome ctock of
MIIELLN BANDS, etc., eta
And fired the prices to tuft rho "hardThmte.
The Ladies may rely on prima bargains at
BORITE'S, tl ideate: atre,st.
ILL SELL from the present time un-
W El W
MIIIMOUIy cheap FOR CA.Sti. Pious call and A ma p a
i nu our stook. LOVE,
oot2o Formerly Love 8r03., No. 74 3.lark , t st
PRINTED FRENCH MERINOES, for 62
and 76 chute, worth $1 and $1,26 tho treet t-tsortanout
/a the city. lILNgON'LOYiI,
I s Cuttnerlylicrießrotb.eri),
No 74 !Stahel strftL
OgNET V.ELVET.—Bvery variety of Bon
net rasterttl, alb!, Velveti aul :- - _ , ...t: I, for eale a;
:ATV; Ron "; c":i
110 k- .111-CK---A3-bFANCY. DRESS SILK S.-
Jur A flail seocrtaisiat, very ch.*.
C. RANSON LOVA furettzly Lore Brothel zs
. VERY Eoopomical Piiiiilfaser of Dross
00.- 1 45 Storwis, rdantlee, 4.; also Frolner!do and Sto
p a Goods, will find it to their ad Cage to call and metal
cos Neer Weir. rf F.ll and Winter L'zy Goods before puteh es
tug elsewhere. O. FLANsov LOVE,
4.46 I . meets Loins Brea., No, 74 Mazlget eL
QII AWLS 1 SHAWLS I—Wool, Chenille,
itrocha, both long and Num th• Tmy beet in the
city, and et very low urloz-s for cask.
0. 'ANSON LOVE., formerly Lova
No. 74 Market street.
DIQUE and MAESEILLES, Fleeced, for
making r.ssortr—‘ , •nt at
date? ONO. 11. 1,4, _Las a
TO , PRINTERS.—The suhsoribor has now
on ttutd, dna is daily re.. , 3lving, from tho
tnrers, a large nasortraent of Printer's Sloe/1.
• R. I. Potter's Prieto' earda, from No. 1 to 7, Saila
Ohina,- , Porcel*in. Satiu tauru.LlA, and
CirSß ard3, in na-)ets;
Gelebra:•A coL,r,-.1 Inks;
Varnish and Sidi.;
Ool.red Pi luting Pe.paii
Pamphlet wtier Pe.kera
Glazed and 2latsl Papers, red, green and yellow ;
- Steel Bine GlPzod Ptsisre, and a tarp aszortnisnt
Note, Setter, Cap, and Polo Past, blue ara white.
J. R. WELDLN,
63 Woad atri.et, near VOTlrth
you ask ma, Should you wo. - Alei
14.7 Where to bn,y your Slims and Gaitera :
C3its for your ',Oat In apiingthas,
itoet3 with heels, pod pretty nt — ailiva.
Nice Patna . S . LIPPVIS for the simmer,
Patent Lather Rove-gid 3loczamai
Where to buy tueso cheap and goal too :
1 ithchLi answer, I would tell you,
au auto the PEOPLIS SHOE sToa - E.
the c't.......apy10a Store ,
- 1.5 Etorecf -
Wit No. 17 Fifth eticvt
BEDraft D SPER I Y: VA ND
11Q. / Yalu n.,•2 sa.. zs
6,41), in b. lera.34.
014114 . 2 Vvd,.
brtntizzd la ale Ly
GU'BLL ALO, CALL? AND CLOT .
CoViIitEHOE, cdarrAlLm, Wt “1 - L, r.,,pte.e.Ehoe
Sion,' No. 13 ill.k eti ett,
vela 1)111/BNE1CIrKP &ZOO.
11 UPFALO SHOES.—A splendid article of
.1 Ovate and Ladies Buffldo Over Shoed. AL3o, Genta ,
Over Shoal, ut Shoe store, No. i 7 Tint'
L0532:11. IFFENBAC II F.B ,k C-0.
EL SODA.--100 ,kegs,-jtuat
rfeMdved and Cur salu by • '
mv:o d L TIAMI6TOCK- it: 00.
$750 FOR A TWO STORY Dwel
ling House, of foar rooms, with lot - at provand 20 feet
Mont co niont.rey atreat, Allegheny city, by 110 deep to an
alley. Terme, WO in hand, balance at one, two and thrse
years, EL CUTHBERT
sev24 Market Meet.
_•.; ,:'.-•.:::.,,.,-;"'• • -.,A!:••1.4 .- ,
tiLLDLE ROOK, 3011113` !I VA BUILDING.
OPEN DAILY, from fl to .!,1 o'oloak.; also,
on 'Wednesday and Elattimhey eveniuge, from May let
c, lercoratribei let, from 7 to Ii o'clocui and from- November
let to -Iday lot, fE.iiii 13 to 9 o'clock..
Depasite tee:dyed 01 all entls not tans than Oita D0t.14.8,
al.ll a dividend of the pronta declare,' twice a year,in Jun,
cod De..-e - mbiii. iiitcr.ed was declared at the rate of elk per
mut per annum, on the first , :f Deoutriber,lB64r also in
--- - - -,.. . t0„. ti June and Decembr , r.ll66, end in June and December, 1857
W.n.1,11-ain, Philo ..... , ........ ....C. W. gicELTS'ir. I . interest , If tot drawn Ent, is placed to the credit ' of the .
1i 1 E.. .1.. r.: a & 1-,..-icaPirsoN, depositor as principal, and beats the same interest from the
first days ci Jute Ana December, compounding twice a yaw
.- 4 " t‘! without troubling the depositor to cell or even to present
9 his pars boat. At this rate, money will double In lees than
twelve years, making in the aggregate lUGTII tarp olni-nesa
ANTI IMPORTERS. OF ' TV. '="7. a Yr..eat.
s, WINES AND SEGARS. ' Books containing ohs uhat - Yer,ty-low3, Rodeo and B
13 pAN-DrE affo',
Lotions, furnished otitis', on'application at the office.
Bias.'.4lql anti '2.3, corner of Lkbarty and i President.-GEORGE ALEIREM•
' Hopewell Hepburn, John H. lilicien'rgar,
JOMEO Stiklie, N. Oration Murphy,
Alexander Bradley, Lsaau M. Pennock,
lobert Roth, James D Kelly,
William h. Lovely, lames Ilerdmea,
11111 Bargwln, John 9 Cosgrove,
Second 15, 14'1 Firth rag.,
AND SOLE AGENTS FOR
.teeesrer's City G?ass 11
NALL6, Cs.IT - P..N YARNS, 10, OJNSTA::.TLY
DAVID IrT:A.-T:AI-i5. c tL 2512-13,
I.4."CANDLESS, rammis tz, Co.,
F act a Weism- --- nat)
IRON, NAILS, GLASS, COTTON YARNS
MAD PITISTITILGS IiAIMFA.OTITZLS G1V1T,1261,
.Dopor of Wo.--A and W::47 stre-fAs,
i.i t'Ll. U 6 i.7._4,5g.:Lig31.t.;
1;0 Prvi dill 'tag a fill i.VillaiiSs.ii;:ii I ,iiie fe 11 v. r.ii..ti
. 14 xsn I.IL Vis.l-v:is atu.st: r, Pri- - tatu ace,
FORWARDING AND COMMIS;iIUN
( 11.013 . 4n1Ati 8 SMITH, )
COMMISSION. AND FORWAADING
OUls. iiicTaiete, O. J. 110/ an, JOll - 1 ' motif
Humphreys, HoilMa 1- Wright,
FLOUR FA 'JuI:ORS 9
Z-DROD LICE AND GENEIXAL
GOIAMISSACIN MERCHANT a
76 NORTH ti.)ltTil WATEIt
It .!:,1 .1 , 11 it T
C.nleb C. g &
C.,hirq- bon a
:.torria L. Ilalowell E. ,
Idrt3titcheoa t Conine,
ficrinely a t.>•-,
Itzlzett, MAtiat , w6 ,
rittrewabrtry k Price.
W. 11. I..e.rtgley
S. !J. ilutlocl:..N. ,
:..7.r-1 , 1 - "ER ELL COXITISSifiII Li.ERWIAT.4IS
BUTTF:'.t, gf- , .. , • ,31 .• •
t-:?...111, D.. ;;;•:115::: ...40".. , 561. FtOIIWITE 4 Y: 4 .
LlTlLliqr2: U137.-1' L.. ;11 - 1 , -T.7i4.11
L T liLO.lO, 11.0 B ERT SON & CO-, Mann
-I.;L factr-rern :A Cu:, :rusted an,:l riftim Flint 01..A.SK r it &RE,'
Ta1At.011....e ZIO. 17 Wt.,otl stro,t, corner or trout, Pittsburgb.
-4,3,- mi other ti.: - .d9 (.1 Glseav, "175 and Trizdow Gl2 a, at
tr 2 3 - :, 8. .4.7-,r.-12. J. SLAZ.,
EDLIE StIC:IBSBOTS to Mulvany
& Ledlie, inanufacturore of Cat, Moulded and Plain
Inn: and Fancy C0107,-1 CLAES:VARA and dealers in all
dada cf Window Clare, Fizeke, Vitae and Bottled. Wari
hope corner of '• , ,L'sd•ket a 72,1 Etr..sotF., Plifziragh.
4 3 Lc
b. C. 4
WM. IL :37417ff. CV.;
lisDa rr'. "4' E
i1e:,713.L.C.. 1, Zi 4-tlll
z;...t,•::),f,m,5,5, NIA I GErii a, Co.,
217 E. lie FIANTis ,
No. SO Sit3Sltlclalti 1.1%, CI-ULUlir,lll,l/11. )
J. B. HOUSEMAN,
No. U .."A. Second Street,
ST. LOUIS, hII..MCIUIII
':a9L..ILir;.LP I .a
t $.,..41 1-
uLtioNt'S eowilEa ;Nil SAFETi iiJSE,
L. A k g:.
WISES AND [-AQiu-Jas
3o 3.1120ZA.11 &
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND RECTIFYING DISTILLERS,
1.55 Liberty Street, Pittsburgh, Pek.
IlltniyB on hand, Wines, Brandies, Gins,
Monongahela and hectided W'hietles—aleo, Blenkl , erry,
Wild Cherry, asspbe ry, Ginger 3rnndiea tap! tAy
DEVLIN & KENNEDY, Wholesale Wine
and Liquor alerchants and Rectifying Distillers, No.
tl,l Smithfield smeet„ Patsburgli, Pa. spa:l7
_LAKE FISH-200 packageslI E.)i arriving lN and
for sale by (jr22) It YH. COLLINS.
1. 3,9 ACRES of Land for $450, half in
.'W hens and the balance in ouo year, situate in Elk
CJllltyly l'a., nuco. Centreville; '26 acres cleared. The soil is
goal; find timber of beet quality, for sale by
.i.Y2U E. DUILIBratT a SiiN, Eil Market at.
ATER IVARELIOUSE.—JN O. M; PER
." KINS A GO., No. 128 'Wood etreet, have the larg ~t as
1 sui mien t of all triads of Papers ever in this market, such at
1t0 ,, k and Printing Papers; Rug and Siraw :Trapping;
Let ti.r: Manilla Paper of nll elves;
Cap; . L'uoit and Box Boards;
Note. - En rolopes;
'fi .siiti; Bonnet Boards;
and iiltized Papers; Ilartisrare Paper,iie.
Villkh vie will sell at mann tacturars prices. l .ly'2l
NDIA RUBBER CURRY COMBS —Also;
aesorno , t,t of Dreqelng Tuck an, Long Combs,
inot ht the th,tte Itut•ber Dopot of
IL HILLLII . B,
ell 2 , 1 sad 29 it. Clair streeL
1. - oft AC& UST.
.1u,6 rn Iwo en.Jtc,r
Y APPLES.-50 bbls. bright Dry
recri - vi,la-2..1 tor atile,
ORN APPLES.-15 bbis. Liholea Apple
HENRY H. UOLLIN:e.
WAS'. email White Roane, just
rucaire,l and for sol o by H.R.NRY H. CCILLIN.B.
TIIIIOI HY SIS,ED.-10 bas reo'd and for
s.ie by 01.3/ COLLIN3._
IXI - E,W WALL PAPERS CliEAP,—Stall
,LN they culno. W. Y. Rt ARA 1121,1.. k 0.1.,
Si Wood ictraet.
'VEY' . GOODS FOli. SPE.ING
Vie are daily from our own r.nd natant
fazt,rlae, add Lions to our et 0.1., which consi , t7 pr.rt of
Tube vat Cloth",
Transparent oil CIAL.,,
Trzut - ,7, - .;.rent Window
Buff Hol.Linth., and
!..! o.:xtra, requiring buy votis
la car ilea, are Invited to ben rut examine the stoat, and
Judge for tt..tm - .--lvta in razt:d ru tho quality bud.
tc-r2o Nc.3. 20. a,d Yj St (11.1.. r EiitioL
§ZHAD —lO bbls. No. 1 Baltimore bi2iati,ju - dt
autf...r ar.l- :r
• L :E43, MEAN 8 3 uo.,
=la Water oitreetit
bbIA. No. 1 Potomao ;•.,r
MCA:MLESE. , , 31 - r:ANB a 00.,
J. 41 Coin.r Wool and Wczcz
APPLES.-10 bus. eholue Dry
Aualca rroerfed and f3r
JAB. A. FE:Xf.1....'9..
era '- CL.rtur Itarkst arid litrs: cetera.
pINE APPLE'S.-5 0 0 received this d
3 sala by • Rellailia.i. A ANDERSON,
Nc4.82 Wood eirevt,
mygl . • • .0rn.....ta St. Mertes Emel
GASKET acking Joints,
sold by ()0.,
. =yn Perri Wr.M etrre
isil---150 pkga. White Fish, Trout, Sal-
Ilion, etc. mil :HENRY H. COLLINS.
IME.-100 barrels fresh Lime just reel
by karsl 'BY -a vow ma.
HININEY COPS of ,varioark pattt?irTti.N for
X.: , lade %y tme4l la. comm.
- Alsln'C rt a aso
OBACCO . _
• Faentet rererfte b r a l T4V vi tii w ienet w in stan dior : tes a le co l
Sewed, elitnr First streets:
ACKEREL-100 bbls. and half bbls. No
.111. 8 largo, for ale by Draj Min H. OOLLINB.
~___...,Y. ~.._Y...,..::.~...::.~.. _..._._....,~..,~.
DOLLAR z3A,FINCIB A 111 Ei
No a Awl:VI Street
j t y3 11115fTER
• - • -
COLLECTIONS MADE and prompu )
Et.twtod taw ivow..l. CaOtoliat.4
to the , pit ;Iv 6, thictligh
1111.4 Lko-r,-.4l,pov,letlfo tu92l • dlr.
Austin Lu.ii.79 fL.&i. D. Lot.VIY.
A CST/N LOOMIS t Uu., Dealers in
Protuiry Notas,;Bonda, Itlort i mas, and ail .iacnrities
Mousy I..uariod uu Uliewlas at slot L dates, iielth
LiOTBd AND Daat'N Iloilo Err AND 801,1)
• Po/Wha di,idring Louts t..-au f.>,l.lflll72' , AAti , i 011
bit teTDDS, and capitalists CAn furnished with I , t ood
Lies at remunerative pricn,
Also, attAnd t ti.o eats, Ranting and howling, 1.4
011 ion, No. Oa-POUR:Ill struut, above Wood
tig. AUSTIN LOcYAIIP, Notary
HOLMES & SONS, Bankers and Ex
change Protoui,audl.-alers in Netus,Dratts, ccept.
ancus Gold, &Icor and Bank Nutoo. h`xottango nu the Kota
e.rn and WOSter2l, O.lLlExi onstantly fur sals.
Oollactiocai made In all the cities throughout Lilo Unita]
!Arnica. Doposits r‘s..v.ivod In pc.r funds or current paper, No.
,rs . Market street, betwoJo Thud and YourG, eta. LjEl.3. ) : I y
rfilitiONlAS WOODS, Commercial Broker, and
Dealer In Nutret,LOLD.l•2, Stocks, Real Estate, Lc., N 0.76
Yourth atreot, Pittsburgh, Pa. Jena
tir:Qaua Machines - , feir Screw Pro
peller Sloops-of-War at the U.
S. avy Yi ar s of Portsmouth,
N. Boston, New work, Phil
adelphia., Gospoi t, and Pens's
NAVY Ditl'AitrkENT, July 26, 1658.
61E ALED PROPOSALS, endorsed " Propo •
tali far .9rom Machinery for Scr.w Propeller 51,,pa,
War " tall be reoelred at this department until 3 o'clock.
P. 11.. of the Bth of September next, tor the cocupleta con
el_rUCtion of the 8 earn machinery 32,.1 uppandagas, and pin•
..lag the same Loan,, fur each of the screw sloops of-war
building at the U. 2. navy-yeris at r •rtatuoutb, N. H., New
York., rhUatirlphia, and (itril.Ort In accordance with toe tol..
:tiny s 'ft ll, l Ky.
0 - 1111;.1,ljhk
:.///1 ~ //al.•
1 !teburtr, re
-' I .
William J. Aularson. -------
J alllbd Vi . .`El-Z.:MAL ,
John G. Booitui.n, chariea Snap,
Alb:at Caltrertf.,:,:a, P. A. Madeira,
JOhn B. CantAel-i .3ohn 11.11ellvr
J. Gardiner Collin, Walter P. Mamilall,
Alonzo A. Carrier, IrViiaon Miller.
David Campbell. A. ki. Pollock, M. D.
(Thanes A. Colton, ilenry L. liingwali,
Will , rri Douglesi, - John 11. Sawyer,
Praucia Fehr.. George S. Selden,
George P. Gilimora, Alarander Tindle.
Jam...3a S. Ikon, Theotaid Umbataetter,
William B. Haven, GOOrgo R. Whita,
Bemylory anti freartwer—CßAS. A. 00LT.01 , ..i. ife3
BANK OF lOWA.
a. J. STEVENS A; CO.,
;ow lug - vonditlone:
be 1,4 ai,ecitic into for patting tn., whule
in opornticn, inns! Include all patent teed, awl trko
a-. 11 requiie a r_!-ass trunk the ploprleteta of
,in) patented ari.c:e (Ji arraogemetita nand le or bbtalt the
r,;:hitiery, rind tnnst rt-ate the time In which the work will
~..umplcie•],l“lll mug b, azo,puipanitxl by the usage guar.
Tho nitro of [to ositatylishruout In which the wore 1, b
o.lr-env:id mu•t Liofitatvd. The d.3talls of tho design and ac-
rangemenz cf the machinery will be left with the party
whose pieta:Hilton may be excepted as combining the great
est nututs. , r of ativantsge., keeping le view cost, simpitc ty
~ a ro,trocther., ten:dimes tf aucees for ntijusttner.t when in
o peration, and nut being subject to derangement In the
irking patty; it being the object of the department to pro
tna.min_ry which can develop great power when ro.
,rnir au ns to ihsure high speed :tur as ninny depose
le, while at the gia.no time they will be able to prop,' the
etav ems moderate speed with great enmemy of tool, to
that bog voyages may be inirforinel with one supyly of
With this slew, the department will expect the bidden
to guaranty the reelliti proposed to be, ancomphsluel by
the. , plena, and to specify those re.9oltt under the foLow log
C-t. Tito amount of horse power wnice the ongihet non
boners will be able t develop Cur Lice days 00(mecUti , ely
when dr: Vela up to Choir ni..zlieet otpuntty, to he menstirEd on
beard tie cease' by the ludicat.pr, at the rate 0: 33,e0.1 p , undo
litte,l one font high in a =Moto end to no not loss than .000
horse power, and at least SO revolutions per minute.
The consumption of coals par home power per hour intuit
be out: 0. The pressure in ponds per square 'nth o, the
piston, noceseary to work the engiees at the above velocity,
the -crew being dlseounented and the engines without a
load, except the dim or shafting, mast not exceed 2y 2 pounds
per square inch of piston by indicator diagram.
2.1 fit: quht,t.ip of c ul which can be stowed in the ship
witteri es.cen Lr i ihe total weight of 400 tons for machlu
coy, appendages, ',oilers and water in them, bunkers, tools,
Ginare pieces, and coal within the length tccuplod by the
engines and boilers. The boilers to be 01 Iron of the molt,
tubular kind, with brass obea and with telescopic smoke
pipe and, as it is intended to nee froth water in toe Lai err,
a surface condenser of the moat approved kind will be re
The propellor with the connexions f r hoisting it will be
of composition, to be propm ly proportioned for at leant 60
revolutions per minute and for the immersed amidehlp sec.
Lion of the veeeeL
The pumps, apparatus for ventilating, and appurtenance a
cf all kinds necessary for the perfect working of the whole
Co be of the most approved kinds.
Thscotil buhkera, shaft s -passage, two atwartship iron hulk
heads, a distilling apparatus for freafi water, from which
can be made not less than 500 gallons per day, and the tools
and duplicate pieces necessary and satisfactory for an
efficient crtifsing - steam sloop-of-war, must be included in
the-proposition, and a ii:t of them will be furnished.
The, wood end carpenter work, except the boring out the
deadwood for the shaft necessary to adapt the vessel for the
reception of the machinery, boilers and appendage will be
provided at the expense of the N.ivy Department, and it
will permit the use of such facilities as It may have for
hoisting the hea y machinery an board.
For the accommodation of the entire steam machinery
and fuel there will be allowed in the body of the ship, the
entire space under the spar deck commencing at 15 feet
abaft the main mast, and thence extending forward a distance
of 60 foot. _ . .
. .. .
Within this space It let expected to carry coal for five days'
steaming at, the maximum speed.
In the specifications the daily consumption of fuel will be
stated; also the weight of the machinery, coal, boilers,
water in them, shaft, propellor and appendages,
and spare work, all et which must not exceed 408 tons of
The distance from the after aide of the mainmast to the
after side of the forward stern poet will be about So feet,
and the distance between the forward and the after stern
posts will be seven feet. The depth from the load water
lino to the top of the keel under the propeller will bo 12
feet I inch.
The proposal must be accompanied by full specifications
and general drawings, having the position of the centre of
gravity of the machinery, boilers, dtc-, marked on them,
giving also the capacity of the Steam cylinders, pressure of
steam, area of
. foot and delivery valves, and of air pump and
outboard delivery valves, spaco for steam above the water
line of the boilers, the fire and grate furnace, also the diam
eter, pitch, surface, and kind of propeller and other prin
cipal points, that comparisons can readily be made.
The terms of payment will be that, when one-half of the
materials and labor provided for in the contract shall have
been completed to the satisfaction of the department, there
will ; bs made a payment of Y 3 part of the whole amount of
the Contract. When the whole shall facie been completed
coil ready for. erection in the ehip a farther payment of y a
will be made; and when a satisfactory trial of seven con
secutive days shalfhays been made,then a further payment ,
of N l. arid when the ship shall have performed satisfactorily
at sea for a period of three months, the remaining sum shall
'be paid. The repairs necessary during tide period from dtie
factive workmanship or materials will be at the expense of
It is to be underatood that if the weight and other condi
tions specified in the contract be not Oomplled with, the de.
pertinent is to be at libel ty to reject the whole nbchlntc l 7,
the contractor to be at the expense of taking it out of the
ship and refund whatever amount of the contract price tusy
have teen paid.
PROP CabS will also be received at the Same time and
place for the steam machinery and appendages, and placing
tue same on board each of the screw sloope-of-wai building
at the navy yards at Boston, Philadelphia, and Poiseacpla,
under the specifications and conditions above stated, , tit
variations in the following particulars, vim:
1 t. Ilene power 760 at, at least, 8U revolutions per
Yd. .The total weight for machinery, appends , t oilers
airditAtor ftr. tliezi,:hultkers,. tools, spare pieces, and coal
:OWL nOt . 4teed - 1316 tons of .2.2lo,pounde each. The length
: 00 0 1 PAd.t.7 the englhes and hollers - will .00mmence 14 feet
:abafttta; mair.ml4,..and thence extentl.forward a distance of
,Tlle4iattlnCo frau the.aftcraide of the maintuast to the
attztqldomf the fwtord stem pest will be about 76 feet.
The depth from the load-water tine to the top of the keel
under the propellor will be 9 feet 9 inches.
Steam engine manufacturers who desire to bid, can obtain
a copy of the section of any one of the vessels upon making
I applicafioe to the department. ISAAC' Ttilk,'EY, -
iy3insed Secretary of the Nat =
4.1. X/ dm Lurs.n Syrup ;
1.4 " ,147soberry Syrup; . 7'7
6 " Viz° Apple " :_.
O " Raspberry
.and fox dale L.?
laitu4-"'&.- AND 41.11,00.5,
No. 29 Wuod stns.:,
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sTO - &E - WATER PIPE.-
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Hecate tit nud for culo by I 1031 altraY li. OULLINB
ITEW BOORS! NEW BOOKS!
ALary Derweut, by Mrs. Ann 8. Btephens ;
114 z lealow. WU, by litin Pardue.
ror 616 by LOOMIS,
Post Bnibthiga; it fifth street.
RAMPING PAPERS.-101 1 0 reams ag
nsurto! slim, Maw and rag wrapping, for sale by
WM. G. JOHNSTON 411,C0, •
Jo 9 • Paper Dealers, 67 Wood otreet.
COPYING PRESSES, Copying - 11100k6
Brushes, Oil Paper. for sale try W. B. HAM,
Corner ftutat and F01:10IIII ail
bbls. Fine Flour he
fitOrECLOPifor oale by
B.WL..4DLEBB ?MIAMI Loo.;
W2O Ckrriat.o:W.6olind Weser ittrwa:—
IaROOMS.-1 00 dos. Extra Carpet Cora
JlBroome on hand and for age bz
B. 3J. H. BAWYEB.
ILE O )S
RAILB.O4D Norma, I ga g. Beeseexilor Arienisgeinont.
UN AND ASTER biONDLY, JTfLY 5.
The Pittqligh Q Pt A Xl t ir.yEie & Chic,Aot PENNSYLVANIA. CENTRAL RAILROAD
0:-. c an ..: 4 - . .. ......t.::.....L1e.-. ...,...—.. ~----
it ' AILROAD COMPANY, EfferifT DAILY TRAITS.'
THE SLAM TRAIN loaves the Passenger Stati on
tuna, tion every
ITU ITS .A.MPLE ROLLING STOCK
morning, (except Sunday,) at W p
O o'clock, I 0 ,
and eiclpmeef, and Ito tlaroneh r.)ar acnom,,is net, arriving in Philadelphia at 11•410 P. Ett.
pared to transport Pmaange - a and t releht Ir..in P1111..A• THE FAST LINE Dell e, except Sunday, at 1/5 P. St., iir.
DELPHIA and Pt,"7l'Bl3l.Leeeli to CUlCAtete, tIT. LOUIS, IN• rising in Philadelphia at 5 co'cleos. A. ti., and stopping Only
DLANAPOLIS, CINCINNATI, end ell pierce Wset and Sectis a • principal stations.
meet, with a greet degree of regulerite and espeditien. ILIE' s teaI:LESS TRAIN beeves the:Station every ova
at ii eu cocloce Stopkringenly at Ortemsbargs Latr °be ' a° - , t
The fact that this head terms Y. terreet ant consolidated
line between Pittsburgh and Chic.l,4o. fa a erdbei out guar- t o wn . e',,""'
' °pleass , ' Altoona, ..tc., connecting at -
antes that its Tra i n) all' mss,' i': °) " 1 ''''`' ''" d cny ''''` ctictl riebnrg eeith the Train direct for Baltimore. and arriving in
with Trains on other iteeee peiledeephia or Baltimore at 1.-00 chleock, P.M.
ON AND AeTethe 1.10.• DAN MAY Will. Iteb, i - e 'Praise ACCOMMODATION TRAINS:
on this reed will leave the U' , C. ee: DLPOT, Pittsburgh, TIIL' JO/MSc - se/inf. ALCOMMODATION TRAIN hates
daily, (Sundays excepted, co follows. daily ,eicept ateadely,) at LIM o'clock, P. Id. stopping at
PASSENGER TRAINS I IftAVB ...I ..t.o.tons, mid running ea ar us Conentaigte
Plteitrargh. Creetline.Ft. Wayne FIRST ACOO3TMODATION TRAIN for Turtle sar+Ar
U.S. Mall, . 7.30 A. Ye Terl P.M I '
Bridge leaves daily, (except Punday,) at 10:40, A. )1L
Past Express, ...... .. 2.40 A. M. heed P M 5..V.) P. N.l SECOND AC:COSIMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek,
Second " 2.1. , P. M. - , i. I
I 10/3 P.M 4:50 A.
. Leaves daily, (except sunday,) at 4.20 P. St.
REACH CHICEOSit)--First 1 , prase, at ';;00 A. Ed.; Sneed 1 TICI.TiD ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Turtle Creek,
Express at 1.0 P. M. t leeves daily, (except Sunday,) at 6:20, P. If.
ItEA.OII CIe.CINNATT—FIeet Exeresi s'_u ie re; Sc-r2a. 1 : :eII:TURNING TRAINS arrive in Pittsburgh as follestar';'
El:sprees 7/5 A. N. i Emerceeel.:4s, P. It.; elail,3:lo se rite; Fast Line eee3 A. n.;Johbo-
P.EAO it FT. LOUIS—Ft:et Lti,recr,!. , ... .1 .0 ... :-..,..0 .: I'M.. t ,ci, Ic9rriod.e..oo, 11:00 A. It.; First Turtle Crook decom
peees tetel P. ti. I moiation,Cl.so.,A. Il e Second Accommodation, 12:40, P. strs;
Ali 'irests 11... , ..:u L., ,, ~..,., ...1 • tau,,i at. -. ..._- . 0 I T Cold:.- , Third A oco.mmedattoth da.o, P. et.
bus, Cincinnati, iee....e.ep..e. end •'l. Icei - , site, at Pert 1 Trains for Elairactile and Indiana, connect at IlLeirsville
Wayne with Trallees en it eeeell cad .. z 3..: a eat. reel tc-r 1 I ntereection with Mad train kat, RITMO& train West, and
Lafayette, Control Illeneh cad See se a...,1, a.i -Thrr.-_ , .. ,71. - 1 the RilliCattaGla aocemodation train &Ist and West.
Trains on the 51. It it L. E. it. It., and Lima with Trah.a on .„„ . IPIXISBURtiII AND OONNELLSIVILLE TRAINS,
Dayton and Miehigan P.anreed. etopping at all Stations on the Pittsburgh and Cannella.
RETURNING. il tell • Reed, leave daily, (Sunday excepted,) as follows:
Free: Chicago. Ft Wayne. I Ur..,-ta.-.,.. 1 nrr er;e.:',.l I :le-. .' , le TItAIN..-..7:00 A. st. i RXPRESSTRAIN-3:30 P. E-
U. S. Ma11,..10,00 P.M. feWO A. M. 111:4, i'• ',1.1
C. e ee. e. . RI; FIJB.eING TRAINS from Pittsburgh and Jonnellsrllle
Ist Tempo:ea, f...:0A. 51 100 P. 11.0:12 te el. 10 .0. ' le ee arrive at Pittsburgh, 8:46 A. la. and &10 P. 51.
!Iti a :: - .a•J A.M 1:13 P. . Wk.. the traveling public will find it greatly to their in
Those Trains males clan) conneenona ~,. it h Treme for 1.L.13 I..re e t„ in going East or West, to travel by the Ponneyivania
adelphie, lleitimere New York and Swish.. neeroad, ise the accommodations now offered cannot be wars
Trains tram 31. Loa's, ladiedeepolls, Cinteereste tend Colate- passed on any other ratite. As tho Rood i/ 3 ballasted with
bus make close conn ec tions at (.reetithe with ad rotate :tee atone, and le entirely free from dust, wo can promise safety,
Trains. At Fort Wityne, Trains Isom St. Leers, Centred Ile- I reeled end comfort to all who may favor this R oa d with their
nets, Lafayette, and hatermemate placea, connect with atirm j k mtroner...... FARB:
Trains. At Forest, connections Cr, wad( with Trate' to end I le le, C,,,k slB,uol To Baltimore_.
from Cincinnati , Springfield and lese ten. The e U. S. Meet . • p et ,. e le tr ee,„
.. l e , eey e e dinca ,g ter
from Pittsburgh to Creatline, being a troll 1 4 i.a_al I. e ' To Harrintrurg, 5745.
awn, ie overtekea 1.1 the Sowed Rippe, eeetee e e . eeeeseei to ell libations on the Penneylvania Rail
ACCOMMODATION ..citAme--Lt.v.J ...,-, /Lr.,fuL_r , 1. r re. e t and 10 rhiladelphia, Baltimore and New York.
Pittsburgh, at 0:80 •A. NI., Bed Ile, le ed. , -,,, j'itlo .1. , ..,7.i. , egers parcbating tickets In care, will be cliargeel ten
burgh for Neve Brighten at tt:3o A ' , J eni t......a l' L.. ~,,Lni..i w addition iu the Station rates, except from Stations
BAGGAGE ORPiJiliiii . c. Illel-D-t, and D. tbel Se I t etere the Coneeany has as Agent.
liandll Dg (eriCS.— In cabs of Leis, the Commuy will hold them-
Te e e e j e e, or eeneene le teteiree, t 1 purcile.,. tI, ke tr. la l' , ".r. ; ,1;, , , ic..i.ftkgabld for pereomil baggage ouly, and for an
1 , ...ta - Ver the West, will bear to Tilled tea: the ere . ;4,, . e et we' T. , t exceeding sloe.
eatherteed by the P., P. W. tC.ItIt;COP. It ti , ee I ee The Excebeer Omnibus Late has been employed to
Stenbenville and Indiana Railroad Con r eo.tre, it ~...r., Passengers mai Baggage to and from the Depot, at a
(.IEOBU FI PARKIN, et the Celen ;eh., e tile, euer e e ne t to exceed 25 cents for each passenger and bag-
Connected with the Peoria It. It I a,: ..e. r D9•,..t.1, gaga. tai tiettle apply to .I,B2I:WART, Agent,
Cot tier I lbw r e v ;eel Ct a:I t art ,- 1.. At the P. Be It. Passenger Station,
IiAGGAdeI e 111 1.5 , ..t 2.. , checked feu I•ett , _ te teseies 10 on Liberty and. Grant streeta.
Licketa at any other pima in this r .ty
TO 00.11.51EN0E ON I•IttNDAV, May 10th, ii) t • niece
until further notic... ,
J. J. HousroN, Gen. Fr. e' so ,1 n r't, lig-'L
II W. DOSS, Peqs r A ger.t, Chi-ago
JOB It. 110 PRA, huilet)ut,t,lont
NEW WESTERN aorrE,
TO CINCINNATI, LOUISVILIA and ST. LOUIS
V I PIITSBUIttIII, WA.XN ClllCAtlk.
7 75 4 7 2
A&N D CI N OINN ATI, HAMILTON& DAYTON RA ILK() A DS,
VIA. DISLAWAILf ou'ror
Dista.w.e. only 329 3ile4 from PitiilitailA W nrinnift
Tills LINE is oomposeo. of Roads of the
First OLsss, and is Icsitcti through a leautifni and
highly caltivatod portion of the Htate.
Direct connection la made at Cilleillnutl WILL tlio OttllJ and
Missive4,o Railroad, (the tract's of the O. El. 1 U. A U A M.
Roada, being connected, t,,r
Natchoc, New Chit-Ans.
Oomectiun laftdb at EL Lit,la the P..a!it
and Mtisourl Elver r.a... , „c, fur
KANSAS AND NEBRASKA,
And all pants Weac. Alan connect...l at CIL:CaI . ..Li with
lientuay t.ksatral IL E., fur Laxinichni, itanvtlle, Frani:tort
and all pants to CentrLl
Trans love P 1.1311 atrix-a 6tztiur.l uri fuiiw
eyi-1 1 'llO - egg t.; ~iuc(naad with
3. Luc chang,
0 •0 riving Lit sii:46 P. M.
) A. M, Can. P.
Fare as Lou' G.l Aift y
Bat all Laturrautiuu, Titr...e4r,LlLkoo, Lk)
Ticket ibps.,. et ,t i'oun :area
Led' Padiemgerti datirvu la ELIk
Ticket. vta Delaw,u,
J. Li. MOORE, daft. I'. Et. W. C. i.. .1,
It. 5 U. ).t. it
'The .' , l,eivelwaal, Pitzaotzirgh and
4, :7; 11
Pitisbargh, CoiumbaB & Ciiitira.tid
: I t -
eltan.go of 'rime
ON AND AFI'II..IL lk)Ta,
11558 i - rat= 1,111 le?v,:. ~Lk3y1v, “ ..3
C.'3latini s ruiows
!Jr 1 - 21,EVELt.ND. DXTROI
2:35 P. 1211.1C2.U.; V.
0 with Doer, , :; ' mt..,a,C.,
4109 p s }
u r N - 5 ,r Lit )0, ALZ.•32'ATIO - 1..e. ON TILL ;tlVill
Pa96ODLSOLI desiring tosgo I ChiL,LED, VA)lLiti b, 701,1
Chicago, viz Claveland, tul9t 241 - , fur 711
PLITSBURG LI, CO LU:.-1 BU! !CI) .V.,11'1 (ria
STEUBANVILLR,) RAIL ROAD
CHANGE OF TI..3IE.—Um ;lad 1.1: ,, r 3i , DA V, t , :f.
11,,y, 1658, Traina wit I,lavo of tae
Coutzal Railroad, follows :
For Frr.carsrllLs, C. , LCIEeCi. 1.41 - 103.
3:00 I. M. LlDLorirtoz.:s, LuutgvP_L, - ,
A2iNC•I_ , N , TI .I:cD •
2:35 P. M t.ND WE6T.
Through to Cincinnati 'aiih..'ut chAuse
of M 76.
Pasaangera desiring to g...) toOulun_una, CincinuaLL
or any potnta beyoneCe“nnbu.e Steuhanville, c..mt ar=
fur tictots via Steubenville. JA‘.lEz PAILNINIt,
anyorinumdent O, P. W. It. L.
W. W. BAGLEY,
fßiperintandont P., 0 & O. R. U.
PITTSBURGH & CONNELLSVIL LE
AILK 0 AD.
®Nand after Monday, the lOLli inet. Palm
eager Trains will be run Lily, (except Sundays,) front
the Pennsylvania Railroad PE.44dugtr D?pot, au rouotx, l _.
Rail Train leaven Pittsbux..li 7:00 e. h
Express Train IooNCO Pitt , 4bragh.... ....
Mal/ Train leave; COLLLtAiLallio tx.
Ezprema :0 . ) a. a.
Arriving at Pittsburgh Q. 4.5 a. u.
Tickets to be had at Pennsylvania Railroad Ticket Lille,.
lioth Traria conuect at Connellsrille with Punting & al.'s
Coaches for ...niontown, Prortourg, Curnbe,larH, ,„.,
at West Newton with Cosoltos her Mt. Plaa..atit, 2,)nienlet,
Freights to and front Pittsburgh ant St uthins
burgh anti C.onnellxville Railroad. will Liu zecoivad
livered In Pittsburgh, at the italowtu L'eput," opp o itte
‘• Duquesne Depot." L'icepting such to Pig iron, Lutster,
Stone, etc., which will be lo.xded or uu ißvor De
pot, or at the canal Depot, as niay be arranged with Freight
Agent, Pennsylvania Railroad, at Pittsburgh.
hi.AORS'rONI - , Supt.
Transportation Department P. A C. It. It.,
Gonnellsvtile, May nth, 1868. tayB
New Route via River and Railroad.
CIONNEOTLNG AT INDIANAPOLIS with
Nu Terre haute, and Terre Ileum sad Alton itailreada,
to 8L Louis and Lafayette end Indianapolis New Albany
and Salem, and 'Michigan Central Roals CM() too,
ROOF. IS LAND, BUILLLNOTO.., and ell intermediate
Through Freight Train to INDIS.NAPOLIB, TLB.RB
MAUVE, LARAFIY.TT_E, and !ST.EX.
Freight carried from Cincinnati or Lawrenceburg tn less
time than any oilier vitae by it and at as low rates.
The unly:xisad by sibliti eliipuionts can be made from. Cin
cinnati to. the Went, without breaking bulk,
tidutigoomottre made to d. 'GIBBONS, Agent et Cinain
wit“ w.B . CUTTING, Agent at Lawrenceburg, will
Madre prompt ettenfloa, and uo Ohirge for eouitumelon
istsahaxrysfer drayage or aramutCoa at Lawrenzoburg.
For further information, apply to 1110kLAS ILATTICAN,
I (No. Water street,) Agent o - f
the Company, who Is pre
patod to give taItOCUII ELFIIIESP7I3 to Indianepods, Terre
Haute, Lafayette, Clitsegv, Yarn, 'Jreencutle, Crawf.ordo
`Odle, etharlaston, Parte, and !..tatuon.
if. C. LOID, Preside::t .
Jfico. uraghs Agent. mr3
Amitll IJAKEN < 4 i Co. „ t
. their ostencive O.IIIINST and 01i61.6 Iti.6.NI2YAO-
1:013Y,No. 64 Inithileld area; e tArge a=orttasnt of v'elloy
Plaitt Far ditare, which they wilf.Aell lb per cent. lower
'Cm caetotrary raga. Ttlrms, ttl,x-27:y
WOODWELL'S 1)1 - MITRE AND
- • etwaia, W+ h01..1. and ikrait, cnibmcing ,very
itfle et Patattzu'e, 111 il.ctewoud, and
for Parlor?, Ciatht*ta And Dining itt K rw t , equal
::py this ar mho 0012, ed , A,_at tower Fri very
tzkle braul, and warrr.r.tdd. Clint-naatterg sn
I l.lSnd vim any quantity at rilaNrrUß-E: FZUI ORA itZa, on
resitialtite tar naa. 115teit and ilandsh.d et the
ebottest Wanersf, , n , a, Sea. 77 Lul 7 11W Straet,
QTAROII.-2.50 bxi Roehimter Poarl Starch
r. and fa! t laNicit R. OM. r INca
gA - AN
s.—First of O Estlason u ,zy,
calrod by expreal and fUr sale, by
iflrraLai. f. A.I.D2REvN,
Vo. , wcod Itroot.
Ipp Old, BUT £ll-2 bbls. Freak Roll Butter
AIN received and for vale by JAB. A. IFETZI. , J'a,
'0,12 ecnievr Market and Firs et*
DRINTMG executed in the highest style of
.11„ 'art, and at raasoneble prices, by •
J. E. WELDIN, !bookseller oral Stationer,
Wcod street, near Renrth.
NEW 'BEDFORD ,SPERM.-,OANDLEs,
. t oms " so rted pLu:44'o, b'e and O's;EpernaClamdles
;P... O. :4 1 / 4 J.
.11 RA wyurt,
vAn. air: • PING, B l anks, and
..Anneantisrfteret of gerulaw.h, TV I I eN,
Carnal' lisski;t rain: Se . dond strenta.
A WNING RODS-1 Bet Awning Rods, for
„ca. sale by (Jab) aDNAY M-GOLLThIB.
;E . .,,.:. , •J,, , ,.. , :,'5,',,,
iV.:Y:": . f , ..',
P:; .. 11::'=:''.:: , . - ::;-.:..i:.•;;':'
THE,' PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
Ting GREAT CENTRAL ROUTF, conneCting
,21 , • .e Atiantio Citiss with Westerrr;North-western
and Bouth-western States by a continuous Railway direct.
This Road atao connects at Pittsburgh with Dail eel
Steamers to all pone on the Wes' aLta at Cleve
land uad Sandusky with steamers to all porta on the North
w•ot-ru Lakes; mekiug the moat D 121102, OE:BAPS/0 and
units ma souls by which FREIGHT can be forwarded to and
from the law wear.
Raton between Philadslphla &Pittsburgh,
71.1181.' CLASS.— Boots, Shoos, Rats and 1
Ca,-,s, Books, Dry thasis,(in boxes, bales
and trunlm,)Drugs,(in boxeaand bales)
Feathers, Furs, ke.
SWOND CLASS—Domestic Shooting, Shirt
ing and Ticking (in original bales),
Drugs (in casks), Hardware. Leather (in
rolls or boxes), Wool, and Sheep Pelts,
Eastward, &0., ao.
TIMID CLASS.—Anviia, Steel, Chains (in'
casks), hemp, Bacon and Pork, Baited
(loose or in cacka), Tobacco, manufao
aired, (except Cigars or cut,) Ao. , ito.
JRTIi CLASS-0)110e, Fish, Bacon, Beef
and Pork, (in mike or boxes Eastward,)
Lard and Lard Oil,Nalle, Soda Ash, Ger
man Clay, Tar, Pitch, Rosin, to., dz.
rLGUR-7513. Fl bbL until further notice.
GRAIN in car totals, 35 cte.V 100 Dle. until further notice.
OOTTON—V2 V bale, not exceeding fAO Ibe. weight, until
ZS- In shipping Goods from any point East of Phila.:lel
phid, be particular to mark packages ' , via Permsyknuto
croak All Goode consigned to the Agents of this Road
nt Pbtlapitla or Pittsburgh, will be forwarded without
detentit.o. _ . .
Fmnairs A MINTS—II orria, Wormley , Co., Alemphis,
Cio Lents; P. G. O'hiley & Co. Evanirrille,
Ind.: Pnpioinal,ln3ll & Co., and Carter & Jewett, Loniatillo,
kleldrum, birolison, Ind ; 11. W. Brown & Co.i and
lriim A Co., Cincinnati; N. W. Graham & Co., Zanesville,
oleo; Loch A Co., No. 64 ILliby street,Boaton; Leech & go.,
No. d Aator Bon" New York; No.l William street, and No.
a Battery Place, New York; E. J. lineeder, Philadelphia;
alagraw d Boone. Baltimore; D. A. Stewar
11 t, Pitts bUSTO Nurgh.
General Freight Agent.
IL J. LOABAEST,
eq , -3 Superintendent, Altoona, Pa.
110CERIES WINES AND LIQUORS
/50 hags Bdo Coerce;
100 chesty Slack and Green Teas ;
LJ bole. Crashed Sugar;
New York Syrup;
" New Orli aria Mohicans ;
TiOLVea New /Lice ;
10 boxes W. W. H. Grant's Tobacco;
100 " NI. SL. and Layer ;
'4.1 Lass French Plums;
2 Puncheons Jamaica Bum;
Santa Cruz Rum:
niiuch Brandy; Port, Sherry, 'Malaga and Chan•
i Algae Willum; Par., Old Rye and Rood/led Whisky, in store
and fa_ HALO low. by HAWORTH & BR./ WNLEI4,
aneceasore to Haworth, Itro..k. Ikon/mice,
Cor. of the Diaisiond and Diamond alley,
( . 4 U N lIRIE S.-
15 bblo. ilailtwiuk's Syrup;
25 " New York
'25 " Baltimore "
blade Now urleans Sugar;
half cheats Young Ryon Tea;
LO " Black Tea, for sale by
jetls w. H. SMITH & CO
ANILLA PAPER.—A larg,o lot various
IV" elz,a, for sale by IV‘I. G. JOHNSTON At CO.,
Peer realer" ST W"Pfl Ifr.
DLANTTYtION SUGAR MOLASSES
-1O) bbds. fully fair and prime N 0. .Sugar;
but) bbll., oak cooperage, prime N. 0. Meknes;
LO " bt. Jamie S. Li Molmses, now landing - and
!or !vie, by 9irLLEit & RWHETEON,
;2: r. , Nnry. rind 222 t ib•rtv street.
IL L PAPER—Of best quality—for sale
0 by yin O. JOHNSTON it CO ,
.leZ3 Stationers. 57 Wood street.
4_ 4 'SVELOPES.—Buff. Straw, Amber and
e 2. 1 White, of all duet, sold wholoaale or retail. Ly
WM. G. JO.G.NISTON k CO.,
rn y 7 Stationera and Paper realer& 57 Wood rt.
(W 1 1 ,01.)A AThil. l -100 casks Soda Ash, now
if,ling and for mid by
118 MILLER k BIOK_RTSON
Et'ACi S.-1U barrels fresh Egs, just reooiv
ed ,ed for bale by JAMES A. FETZER,
Corner Market and Viral streets.
( `NOD FISH.-
,? 3 drums extra largo Cud Flap ;
3 " large " " Just received an
tor ealo, by MILLER & RICILETSON,
mr'2s Nos. 321 and 228 Liberty street.
}roll :3ALE—One Steam Engine, Cylinder
15 inches in di motor, 4% feet Stroke, with 2 Cylinder.
Boilers 22 Inches In dLameter, SI) feet in length, with fire
front; Fly Wheel le fret In diameter. For price and terms,
Inquire of B. C. A J. H. SAWYER,
jeSO No. 47 Wood street. '
j . A KID GLOVE CONGRESS GAIT-
Er+.6, with end will out heels, at the People's Shoe
No. 17 Fifth street. DIFFENBACHER a CO.
rl EN 1"S CONGRESS GAITERS CHEAP,
the People's Shoe Store, No. li Fifth street.
Jae DIFFENBACEIER dr. CO.
T HAVE constantly on hand a large supply
11, of Pure Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes.
Thx:e wlefring anything In this line, can rely upon getting
a pure article at JOSEPH FLEMING'S,
i.VI2 ere,or Diamond and Market aired.
$1 600 WILL buy•a Dwellingliduse of
8 rooms and bath room, good cellar, and
other conveniences , situate on Franklin Meet s'oo in hand
balance at one and two years. IS, CUTHBERT It SON,
jyls 5l. Market Street.
TYPE METAL, just received and for sale,
A. by'W. S .11AVEN,
.Btationer and Printer„
02.13 Corner Market and Second streets.
QOAPS.—A large supply of Low'S we
ELI known Brown Windsor Boap, just remind Ala
Honey, Palm, Lettnca, Nymph and al= fancy &Pr con
otantly on hand at 'J , 1 JOB. PLEMINO
•7 Corner Diamond and s.Lisket 'greet.
CIbON'S W. ST TOCJI4S AGIJIDE
FOr Elite by elel9) . • 4 - 4 - J. It NirittDlN
a t E.LIVERED EVERY MORNING.—
iw Forney's Press, Pciblia Wry., g. .7 it', Timb, gerald
and Tribune, and the Cincinnati Commerda.. „ are delivered
in every part of the city. Trado supplied - by lea g yna'.
add rem at Itltin at
.1012 Masonic Hall.
G EN T . ' fir — W - li A It.—
Ci ent's Patent Leather Gaiters;
0. Gent's Patent leather Oxfords; a
tient's Calf Boots; og
tioli & O. t'd Fine flipper
- 6 _ MAR.
AT Tan PE arldra. -8 uoic..wroag,
jul2 No. 17 Fifthictreet, DIVRENUCHER, 4 00.
QT AR CANDLES.-75 a xes extra Ada-
Lo =ammo Star Candles, warranted anperlor to any la
tltn mar6ut, on hand and for cola by
- 0;4 SAWYKII
i tif_coarse and
C•Anar Diamond and !duke; street-
4j fl Lio B g es, of a vory a,
CITA TIONEItYI 'POW tIFFIC „ USE—A
large supply o gcaplo and Vansy Stationery, fbt of.
nets, barau3, et4.,for dale by PAO) WW-Dibl•
I'RESII TEA, hiOltE NEW TEA— The
finest Tar of every name,..gradecui4 color . Tha sub
scriber Ilea In store .and arriving, , moil: extensive and
ciamplata a4;eirtmeur °I Tea in ehestio;fialf , 4.itests and fatal•
ly boxes, all of which la offered at greatly reduced prices.
Je32 Bi- - JAYNES, 88 !fifth street.
AHOME IN THE COITN RY.—A new
Cottage House of 6 rooms, geed Cellar, wad every
cuuvoalence to make a comfortable antipbussaittrealdence;
vtable, carriage hansk spring homey 250,peach trees; also,
choice apples and other frost,' 2 acree el land, good quality
for gardening imrposesi altnitte'-at 8 miles =from the city,
near the Washington Turnpike. Terma•mory, and immedi
ate pettMenioll. For sale by. - id. CUTHBERT It SON,
DESIRA.I3I4t - 61.1darket titre
PROPRILTY . FOR SAM"
. , _
' A Dwelling Home and two large lots, with good im:
provetantts;thitnediatepeaseasiou. Price, $lBOO.
2.Farair of 803 acres, 40 :improved, all prime land one
mile from Fayette Springs, Pricer $ 6 per acre.
A valtmble property at Lawrencevillat in complete order,
good location, immediate poeseariOrt—s 3 6 oo -
A section of choice land in Franklin county, lowa, In
good location--$2,60 y.or acre. =JIBE= A SON,
1e29 . - - . r 51 Market street.
PLAILK STREET', A 'Brick Dwelling
.Ilonso OlLtnitik:etrelt,,tii;er Citperitefe tam at the
i.c l W * Trice of $llOO. ,Alacy.tlitie'etbetWelling Hood near
She Om. 'rife; 41200, -Teti:ill .
bble lierrin COLLINS
CARPETS AN. OIL CL®THE.
EIOVAL.-4.'& -H. 'PHILLIPS :.have
o .4a.i) LAnt fetitited creetivnt 'te t zme heir jbe ee twee w•be r thr matro gf N *3; t - an 2A d an t ha tr i 23 ,l B , ".
41: er, Fir PI
,BIAAI7PACTIazu OP VLOOB, MEMO= CARBIA"
Intrirne - '011.6313ea0 L r4 IIILOTIR`
oe - tvolorm.'
A ‘ leci, Winans - nronmunza & innov BRAM,
ledora in IIrDIA.BILBG ri
, of all kind!, Taw°
under GoodyeatliPatentr. Agents ot Bciacurattei NOW
- York &Ulu Oirsipaniee, for tile sale of tbsir-L.NDIA HIIB-
AB krr4,lloSiland MOM/0, LEMI3III.I3IIILT
'Ama a)sastertizatuzufactare, a superior_otnalit-r; shoe, Lace
Leather, and Rivet& Agents far the OSLO PIRIC-PAOOF
BIENBRAII PAINT. Dry and Nixed Paints , Varnishes,
rgd Braaten, Glace and Putty. 110IISE AND
Eaai si R4uln . K G AND GLA=NG, in all its branches,
tope in the beet and shortest time.
• rdaeas .1. itPinti,ros
.o_,"vrolioe.2 l 3 and 2 Si. Clair meet; Idunufact(Ty ert Phil
::l4,4.in:con the Ohio river, Woe refits below Pittsharga_
CAPUTO, OIL GLOMS, KATT/Oil, Go.,
irleUTtli , Street Carpet Store,
-0 invite- the attention - of their former customers •
and thfe'psiblio generally to their present stock, just selectoo
for Spring sales, embracing the very, latest styles of foreogu
and lion-5 ilminfactorew eonidsting ,in part et Velvets Eted
lirossels, Tapestry and Common Ingrain: also, Brinr,t.s,
Damask, Twined and Plain Stair CARPETS.
0/4 CLOTHS PROM 2 TO 24 MET Willi;
tinge, Hats ; Stair Rods , Canton and Cocoa Matting; LLit ?
Yarn and Ra g Ca..-pots ; Venitkuo Blinds; Painted, huff arta
(keen Holland Shades.
It will give he pleasure to show goods to all who may tie
desirous of looking or purchasing, and we are determined to
offer inducements to tiny who may Diver us with a call, at
the old stand, No. 87 PUOILTII Street, near Wood.
mylthly W. D. & 1L liVOALLCIM.
011, CLOTH CLOTHINU—Of all kiiids,
'black sad yellow, is: tale at the India Rubber Ikpot
d lit Welt street. [doe] J. 3 11.
nil, CLOTHS FOR THE FALL TRA.I)I_I.
IL, We barer:minim:s, and aro daily receiving addittoL:
thereto tom our own eadother csanametorlea, u Largo KOCH
of .Elr..4r btu - nit - are, Carriage Trimming, Table Corer, Tra:l2.
parent, C.e.en and BA and ell kinda of Oil Cloth, %tied 101
ifoneeranisidug and other purposes. Also, Tranala“.nt
Window Shades, of dry and oil brash—gold bordered and
other strawy and Window llhede Trimmings.
Iderchente and others will had li to their advantago to ex
amine our 3i:oak and prices before =king their purchicx?
elaewherr. J. id. PUMA k':- , ,
seln 2d dud 2h St. Clair Facto:.
OIL ULOTti TA1114.1 COVF.iitS—Of our
owon and othor manufacturers, for rale whclee.alo
anu retail, by J. & H. PILILLIPS,
iY/7 28 and 28 St. Clair street. _
TRANSPARENT GREEN OIL cLOTII
- yards of a superior qua.lty, just received from
tue factory, and fur sale by J. z IL PaLLLIPS.
jyl7 26 and 28 St. Clair str,u'.
CARRIAGE OLL OLUTW.—lt;namelled
with plain or figured backs—on muslin, Twilled and
Luck Good., for &no by J. etc IL PHILLIPS,
IT 28 and 2.8 ilk Clair arca.
OIL CLOT HS—A few pieces on mus
la lin, silk, and imitate:a/ or silk, r.r sale at 26 and 28
et. Clair Street. (Jyl7) J. a IL PIIILLIi.I3.
70c. 100 tbs.
ROSPITAL SIiESIIN(I-01 widths
and of me best quality, for sale at the India Rubber
20 and ItB Bt. Clair street.
ell J. es H. PHILLIPS.
60c. V 100 Ibit.
INDIA RUBBER DOOR MATS—The best
artiio In use, for sale at the Indio Amber Depot, of
J. .ft H. DELLLJ.YB,
ell 2d end 28 Bt. Clair arra.
60c. li 100 Di
L'LOOR OIL CLOTHS,-
Of car own Led eastern manafSctnre—all widths, and
ou to snit any sins of rooms or hallo -4t the Oil Cloth Ware
mums, No. 20 end 21 Bt. Clair street.
400. VA 100 to
Great Chance to Mahe Money
lIE BEST AND MOST CERTAIN SPEC Er
JL wawa as TUE TI3IES—ONLY ONE ,--
Duh Lift PlyJi SNAJLE.--gorty t4oosand dollars fp: •
worth of valtutble heal Estate, Watchea, Jewelry, •
Silver and Silver Plated Ware, witha great variety :
of Fancy and Staple Goods; to be disposed of in forty inou
sand shares, at one dollar per share, an fellows:—Upon the
payment of ono dollar, I. will send the payer a numbered re
ceipt, which will entitle him to ono share in the above andi
'sided properly. When the shares shall have been Old, the
shareholders shall be notined of the taut, by mall, or 'through
the newspapers, and a meeting of the Shareholders shall
then be held in the city of Ptiardelphia, and the Whole of
the property dingsawd .11 or distributed among them; in such
way as shall be determined upon b them ; each Sharehold
er shall be entitled to one vote, a Committee to be selected
by 'the Shareholders et acid meeting, to conduct or superin
tend the disposition of the property, ea:on:sag to the direc
tions of the Shareholders, and I will then deliver the pro
perty to inanh parson or persons as the Shareholders may
appoint to receive the same. The Seal itstate consistii of
one three story brick dwelling hone e and lot, valued at $2600,
and two three story brick dwelling houses and lots valued
as 2700 each, iu the city of Philadelphia., clear of pll incurs
uremia, and title indisputable; the .tlice property consists
of this whole stock and hr tures of uipi ci the hugest Watch
and Jewelry Stores to the city of Philadelphia, now, and for
a long Cum past kept' by the subscriber. The stuck consist
ing of very fine Gold and Silver :muting Case Lover Watch
es, very fine Gold and Silver Patent Lover, Repine and other
Watches, Gold Chains, Pencils, deals, Lockett., Ear Ringo,
niueoues, other /tinge and 1111 E,
Studs, 'Sleeve Buttont, at., Gold, Slicer alaValCt..l Zga.w.
taties, Gold and Silver 'l'himblea, Silver and Silver Platsid
Ware, consisting of Tea Seto, Casten, Cake Baskets, Cups,
Spoons, Knives, Forks, Etc, Ac. Alto, French Clocks, Maine
Boxes, Accordoons, and a great variety of other goods. The
above is not one of thou schemes which are devised to en
crap the unwary, but is and will be a fair sago of the entire
'property belonging to the subscriber, parsons are positi'tely
assured the stock has not been purchased for the Pyrl 3 o 6 e of
doception„and to palm off Common. Gilt and Plated Jewelry,
for tine Gold; nonesuch will bo distributed, the moat respect.
able persons are given as references, to those disposed to pur
cheap shares. All orders by kited enclosing the money will
be pYomptly attended to, and receipts forwarded to the ad
dress •,f the sender, by return Mail. Any person sending
ten dollars at one time,stiall receive eleven separate receipts,
in es many separate names if desired.
9-3„ In writing for shares, please write the name of the
Post Office, to which you wish the answer directed. This is
the greatest chance of getting a large amount of valuable
property, for a email pin, as has ever before been uttered to
the public. Bend on your orders, as shares are selling rapid
ly, end it Is confidently expected the distribution will soon
Articles allotted to persons at a distance, will be sent to
hvm at their expense.
171113t041 in every Lewn and - rtils4e. All cone
anicatioas must be addressed to
OPYINt3 PRESSES, ith Screw and
LTvc,r, for sale by W. S. EiA.VP:t..',
Stationer and t'aper Dealer,
JY 2O Corner Market and Second streets.
Ladles who design taking a " Yleaeure Trip,".thonld
provide themselves with the
NEW LINEN TRAVELING SKIRT !
Tha'cLovearticla can Lo precurcd at
DURE YRENOI,I..BiIANDY, for medicinal
purposes, by tbc*tite,3r pike, at
in th© Dinuiond.
10 SA 04.8, A.TELERS le- sale h
doso,levi; 2 . 01,
eter2,43 Oda le !it'd 2 Woad st
YE,-125 bush, R.Yelor sale by
JAS. A FETZER,
. - .o(oer"Misruct and First stream.
ralittiOraY - :SEED -- 10 bush. Good Timothy
Seed for sale by JAR. A. YOTZ.E.R.,
RYE FLOUR.-15 bbls. just received and
for sale by [mr3l HIL'IItY IL COLLIN&
LIGGS:-10 bbls. fresh. Eggs just received
111„Xl and for sale by Imeina VIL COLLItqI.
I'XPANSION SKIRTS--Steal Spring, and
all the other celebratedgldrte, for E ale - by
ap26 JOS. EloltliE t 77 tar, et etreot.
LACK LACE JAITTS.—A large stook of
juv excellent styles, with and without fingers, very ehem
at (ap26) JOB. HORNE'S, 77 Market street.
fIOTTON HOSIERL—Every variety of
J Cotton Stockings and Calf Elm at the lowest prices
wholesale or retail, at JOS. INANE $,
ap2B 77 Market street.
11ICE,—Six domes prime Rice, just reeeivf‘
Asko' ed and for sale by MILLER hIOKETBON,
Ptigl2 Nos. awl 223 Liberty greet.
Lil.SH=ls-Aiiia bbls. Lake Supe
rior White Fish Just received and for sale by
JAB. A. FETZER,
8 Corner Market and First strei.ta
BAtIS Dried Apples; for:sale by
BAGALEY, COSGRAVE &00,
CO., Jra;r2.l, . (±,i Vox.:18 - abd w Wood etreet
JUST received another assortment of BOOTS
and SHOES, consisting of Ladies' Reel Boots and Slip
pers, oenett, Boys's Youttea, and a large variety of CU.
dren . leaner Shoas.l Pleagteltse us o call, at the Cheap
Caah Store of' • - • .JOSLPH H. BORLAND,
,SilAtrketstreet, second door from Fifth.
HAIR DYES-Batehelor's, Christadorde,
Alexander's, Flalon's, and Water's Livid flair
Dye large supply constantl JO(m hand, at
Corucr Diamond and Market etreeL
OLOVERSEED.-25 sacks -just .received,
la and Gar Bala by (fall' ILENBY IL OOLLIND
500 OROS. AVEN'S No. ONE PENS.
Just rand 1:_ol bale by
"*" W. 8. ELINTSN.
00i e_ulJasket and /Second =tuts.
1 • .• •
fl DRUMS,'ICOR Kal, for eala by
_ ,yfiliaitalG CO6GEAV.II.
zuid '2A VI coal simws.
-COQ -SIIXVE for -6slo wholeelad
44 sete4-it Im*Eitoro or
410 mi nav,_ JR,
nay el.........iridgle&l34l“aditigerscus easy.
re 6 ' CUTHBERT a SON. 61 MV4..'"et
LAik BR .'S PRINTING
to? earg4 f 'FL W ELM.
31.K8. ALLEN'S Hair Restorative,
B rowiee E JE115111.1(35 Ginger,
Preston 2C hierrillls Cooking. Extracts,
Eennedp's bfedlcal Edamvery,
Thompson's Washing Compound,
kjeon's Indellble Ink,
McClung a Campbell's Starch,
,F or dale . nf Tic 'I.:.)YAIINEMON CO.,
a b 23: , --L / 4- -r-' 4 444 , lBo,reariter9lSlThattentiSourtti sta.
QYRUP.-10 bblB. N. O. Sj'infolor. sale; Yon
calWiPmcata by (mg) Mgr IL 00141N8
J. . H. PHILLIPS
L. t. BROOM.►
No. 50 South Bocond street, anat.° Chumut,
ice OW Ibs. Wool Wanted et highest cull'
kffeLIOCKIIt, WuBEERY a oco.,
Seccuiti ntreet, ead L5l iiront
LAO , CRAPE COLLARR:4-4--Beantit
styles * for traz, at JOSIIPII,HOIINrS,
11 1.-1 , 401. orpit
DR. M 'LANE'S
WE beg l4ave to call the atte,n
tion °lithe Trade, and more
especially the Physicians of. the
country, tote of the most popu
lar remedies now before the public
We refer to
Dr. Chas, Mlalio's Celebrated
Vermifuge and Liver Pith
We do not recommend them at
universal Cure-alls, but simply for
what their name purports, viz.:
For expelling Worms from the
human system. It has also been
administerect with the most satis
factory results to various Animals
subject to Worms.
THE LIVER PILLS,
For the cure of _LIVER COMPLAINTS,
all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS, SICIs
HEAD-ACHE, &c. In cases of
preparatorrto or after taking 'Qui
nine, they 41most invariably make
a speedy and permanent cure. ,
As specifics for the above men
tioned. diseabes, they are Unrivaled,
and never known to fail when ad
ministered in accordance with the
Their unprecedented popularity
has induced the proprietors,
to dispose Of their Drug business,
in which they have been success
fully engaged for the last Twenty
Years, and Ythey will now give iheir
undivided time and attention to
their manufacture. And being de
termined that Dr. M'Lane's Cele
brated Vermifuge and Liver Pills
shall continue to occupy the high
position they now hold among the
great remedies of the day, they
will continue to spare neither time
nor expense in procuring the Best
and Purest material, and com
pound th4m in the most thorough
manner. ;' Address all orders to
FLIIiIING BROS. Pittsburgh, Pa.
P. S. Dealorki and Physicians ordering from other,:
than Fleming Bro.„ will do well to write their order,'
distinctly, and take none and Dr. .111'Lane's, prepared by
Fleming Bras. Pittsburgh, Pa. To those wishing to give
them a trial, vie will forward per mall, post paid, to any
part of the United States, one box of - Pills for twelve
three-cent postage stamps, or ono vial of Vernslfuge for
Mermen three-cent stamps. All orders from Canada must
be atwompani , by twenty cents extra.
MiLAIIRS VERAIIFUGE AND LIVE.
PLLLB,-7.3 "C.. 313 OR Land and. for PAU , by
- - If- 3 ?dlO - TOOK & CO.
Corner Wood nod s.nrth etroota.
Private end Confidential Medical Advice!
..4 6 i T THE BUFFALO PRIVATE HOSP.'.
TAL—Established for the curs of Syphilis, Seminal
Virt....%lnese and ; the Secret Infirmities of Youth and - Maturity,
by Dr. AM d.
OS BON, Buffalo, N, Y. Office corner of Main
end Quay streets, (up !bars.)
A MOST INTENTION.
An instrument for the cure of Genital Debility, or Nectar.
nal Emissions* mere properly known as Se-si Weakness,
Ac. Can be permanently aired in from fifteen to twenty
by the use of this instrument , when used conjointly
YOUNG MISN TARZ PARTICULAR NOTIOB,
Dr. AMOS t SON take pleasure, n announcing that they
have invented a moat important' este lenient for the cure of
the above diseases, It has been subjected to a teat by the
most eminent ptiyeiciatui in London. Paris, Philadelphia and
New York; it has been declared the only useful instrument
over yet invented, for the cure of Seminal Woaknees,or any
disease of the genital orgnns, canoed by the secret haM
Dr. AMOS .h SON, in order to satisfy the moat skeptical
on to the merits of their inetrinnen4 pledge thommlves that
In any instance where they may prove unsatisfactory after
fair trial, the money will be refunded by returning the M.
examen t in good order..
Persons wishing the above useful Instrument will observe
that the price, with the acCompanying directions, securely
packed and Sent by express, in ten dollars.
NIiW MUDDIES AND MOE CURES.
Dr. AMOS GI SON may be cenaselted from eight o'clock in
the mormnie until nine at night, in every stage d symp
tom or the 'Venereal Disease, Gonorrhma, Cleats; eo oondary
Symptoms, Seminal Weakness, Impotence andSt .cures of
tho Urethra, etc., with inviolable ocatey. =.-The treatment
they adopt io the result of upward of thirty years' extensive
and succeacrul practice in - London. The: most inveterate
apse of Venereal Diseases (findlated in eight or nine dayr,
nd cases of a slight nature in two or three days, at a mod
erato expense. The cure effected without confinement or
hindrance from business; obm, nodes and pains In the beat.
and limbs, effectually eradicated.
A GURU winnerraLe.
Dr. ALMS to SON have devoted their attention exclusive
ly to this peculiar class of maladies, and the relief they have
consequently been enabled to render to their fellowereature
a fully testified and grentfully acknowledged by cotivales
contpatients and others daily arriving in town from all pant
of the country, for the express purpose only of consultations
Aide their exertions have been crowned with the most wig
sal advantages; yet from what they have experiencsdi•
,squiring into the causes of these infectious complaint
from theirlmost simple condition to that. of the most den
4erotie andanvetere.ted) they have always entertained the
oesibility et their prevention and removal, and likewise In.
• eriably found that the moat horrible and maul/limit fortes
I disease Teti,: almost always lee traced to one of the fol.
,wing cadees i—lgnorance, neglect, or the ill affects of PIO
cud Improper Treatment; therefore, Dr_ AMOS it
:;011r have succeeded In discovering, in the selection of their
, ernediea, a cafe, effectual, and cautions course; omitting all
-ombinatioil of remedial which bear an equivocal character,
.s well as those wheels premature or injudicious application*
night bo productive of bad oonsequeuees in_the hands of
private individuals. In short the laudible end - of their re.
- nedics is thsiil=ening o f a=great mass , of human misery by
he atleniatien, relief and prevention of those grievous eV
gictions that are in' re.slity.the secret foe of life, and which,
•, - laile they so extremely =roundup, mil aloud for our skill
.ad interference for. their extermination.
77 3arket strai+t
Penman In any partof the world may ba nooassfall,
created by forwarding a correct detail of their care, with •
remittance far medicines, to..
Addreea Dr. Argos It SON, corner' ein and Quay street;
atiffaio. N. Yt 132:Urals,
—..RIVATE DISEASES.—DR. isitoV7N'S
sii/DICAL and SURGICIAL OEic
Va 60 811LITTIFIRMY &roe; Pt
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Dll BRAWN is en OW 017 n of pi
laugh, and /Lao been in practice for
last ftventyfiris years. Rh btraincee
bzmicontinedbostly to PANT - tetrad
gical Diseases: - •
CIECTIZENS AND &Mat/ULU
fa need of a medical friend, should
tail to arid 010 tho-mart place of If
The Doctor bi a .reculeir gradtiate,
his experience in' the treatment of a
la a sure guarantee to the; eafferers
relief; by the inzot biz remedies and....,,.nag
D 1 BROWN'S EMILEDI3I3
never tail to Ora the worst form of Venereal Diseases—
Imp:attics and Berofaions Affections. Mao, all dinars
'arising fromataint, which manifeete this
form of a tetno*, peork:: and a great many forma of akin
NeA... , 1, the origin of winch the yadentts entlroly ignorant
TO persons sO afflicted, Dr. B. offers kopea of a eare and
Dr. Drawee remotes for this alarming trouble, br0....1
en often by thiatalitary b.abit of sensual gration.
th e y o ung and weak-minded often giro way te, (to that: ova
dastructien,) are the only reliable remediea known in this
country—they are safer and make a speedy rostaratiOn
Dr . B ro y l es,' remodli wirer fail to core this painful 0.
ewe i n a few eilaya—ho will warrant a Cure. He also t
?ilea; Owe, Genorrhee4, Stria:am, Urethral Diechargalli S.
male Weakncte, notably Suppreeslota, Diseases of the
Joints, Plante' in Ano, Monona 11n - batons, Pain in thelliza
Irritation of the Bladder, together with ea
&mom of an impure
A letter describing the eymptoma, containing. +
rested to D. BROWN, No. E 0 Smithfield ft"t, r/SUSUUE%
Pe., will be inimadiately ennnered. medicine sent 10 any
aidravi a fel y i*ked and sevzre from o•••••- -4- risdcni•
°Sic° azlPrreato Rooms No. rJO l3eilthflpid Wed, PIM'
ANOTsu ER supply of Loy/ & Sores impala
LondoL lonat &Apa roccirod to-day, by
falO • Cornar Diamond and Market street.
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Cards, Oircols.% _ -
Price Liao, ' BM Lading,
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Printed in rapiTior style at abort notice, by
Nild G. JOHNBTON a CO.,
Printers, Blank. Boot Manotactarcrs end Otationsao,
550 ; , 57 Wood amt.
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