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This:duty devolves upon the people, inn
the movements of the political w:itl`rs are
casting to the surface the nione•tor eminent
Democratic men,from among whom the dele
gates at Charleston. will be called to select a
standard bearer worthy of the Democratic
cause. It is needless tosay that the people look
, for that Conventien to present them a candi
date not only of pure personal morality, but
of unsullied and inflexible political integ
rity. It is the boast of the Democratic par
ty that its ranks contain plenty of such
men—men of good common sense too, and
who have furnished convincing evidence of
executive capacity. At the present time,
:4 - the most prominent men of mark as proba
ble candidates before the Charleston COD
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vention, appear to be Stephen A. Douglas,
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. .Cobb of Georgia. Here is a galaxy
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may hail from. The, platform upon which
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' e tf ; , 1 •: 6 '.1 the'Convention at Charleston shall place the
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t-ss• vacs are grounded upon the broad and nat
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t1 , `±...;;..Z.-%• • . ional basis which, in times past, the Democ
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- I-"X;:” racy has consistently, gloriously, and sue
.2V:4l • - cessfully sustained. The Constitution and
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, :i. , i , -.,. the Union—the doctrines embodied in the
. .; .1- .11 - Cincinnati platform of fifty-sic, and ratified
rif,
by the election of that year, are the only
platform upon which the Democracy can
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7 ,1 " safely stand. On no other or different plat
i'-- - form can the great Democratic State of
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Pennsylvania be saved. The Democrats of
the Northr will retire from the contest in dis- i
gusWitlid 'let the battle go by default, if '
such issues as the revival of the African SlaVe
Trade, or. Congressional interference with
•
slavery in the Territories are to be claimed
as Democratic articles of faith. It is ad
mitted by all sound members of the Demo
cratic party that Congress has the power to
protect the rights of shareholders in the
Territories, and it is denied by all sound
members of the party, that Congress has the
power to exclude or prohibit slavery. This
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denial arises from the general doctrine that THE examination by the Coroner into he
the general Government has no power which Wife poisoning case in New Jersey, wa s e o t t i.
.is pup especially granted or necessarily lip- eluded on Tuesday, by a verdict that o David
plied by the grants of the Constitution. We D. Wickham, late of the township of 11 'au-
do not propose to elaborate this important Loge, and Solomon - Cole, late of the' townshl
• question at the present time, but simply to of Montague, of the county aforesaid, on the P
20th day of Marcb,in the year aforesaid,at Mon
enunciate the fact that no platform made
fugue aforesaid, willfully and insliciouslyfdid
nt Charleston, which •does not distinctly de
kill and murder the said Helena T. Cole tiy
, - dare the doctrine of popular sovereignty- 8,3
to her an excessive dose of nux
- declared at Cincinnati in 185 G; and accept- administering,
vomica or strychnia, a delitily poison,by meansed by Mr. Buchanan, as the candidate of
the party, will be esteemed a sound Demo -
whereof she instantly died." According to the
critic platform, and on no' other can the
testimony,there seems to be little doubt that she
party hope for success, m.
was deliberately murdered by Wickha for
- The eminent statesmen whom we have the sake of the insurance on her life. He has
fled; but the husband, who is also-implicated
named as prominent for the Presidentialby the verdict, is in..prison. Report has it
nominatiOnltEr. Cobb, Mr. Breckinridge,
Mr. Hunter and Mr. Dough all of theln that Wickham holds.a policy for several thou
sands of dollars on the life of . another lady at
we believe:, agree in this general doctrine'
feeling
je r yi s , , The affair:has caused a general
In his letter, published yesterday, ..i.lie dis of uneasiness among the life-insured, THE Common Council of Baltimore have
' . tinguished Senator from Illinois distinct!
3" especially ladies, and other cases are spoken of I made an appropriation to procure tobacco juice,
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. declares hisposition. - Hesays he would ac- es likely .to have heen'of ' 1 :
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SSE
ENE
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SATURDAY MORNING::::JITNE :25, 1859
Meeting of the Democratic county Com
mittee of Correspondence.
4L ,..,The Democratic County Comnfittee of Corresi,..on
-d-enee. Met at - the St. Charles Hotel, Pittsburgh. on a t -
uribiLy June 4th, 1559.
On motion of Ilene)" Ingram, the following, resolution
was adopted
Ra , olrat, That the Democratic citizens of the sevend
Wards, Boroughs anilWl - Whips
are hereby noidied to meet t t their usual jt t , +of hobl.
ingPiimary 31.3etings, ou SATURD.t V. ,111110
1St?), and eleetTwo Delegates'h•oni each, who will assem
ble upon the following Wl-IIiND 4 DAI. June 29th, a t,
eleven o'clock, A. M.. m ilic cover Horse, to nominate a
Ticket for County Officers, to be voted for at the up.
pronebing :Lemma election. •
The6neetings in the Cities and Boroughs will open at
5 o'clock, P. M., and continue until 7 o'clock.
Themectings in the Townships will be held between
the hvturs Of 3 and 5 o'Clock; P. M.
D. D. BRUCE, Chairman.
N. P. FE ritnst,t.v, Secretary pro tem.
THE PRESIDENCY IN 1860--SENA.
TOR DOUALAS' LETTER.
Whether it is too soon or not, to'com
mence the discussion of the political basis
"(Ton which the battle of MO is to be
fought, it is obvious that the question who!is
to succeed. Mr. Buchanan in the chair of
State, is already becoMing the chief po
litical consideration with the people of the
country. The Democracy, while flier will
sustain theenunent statesman whoni whey
electoid in 1g,51.;, by all honorable means, are
already casting their eyes about, to select
the man who, in. 80, shall lead them on to
a victory over their opponents, as perfect.
and complete as was that which placed the
flworite son of Pennsylvania at the head of
the affairs of the nation.
When he finally retires from the execu
tive chair, Mr. Buchanan will have-served
his country at :home and abroad for nearly
_forty years, in one high employment or an
,other.i During the remaining period of his
term,hrilliant opportunities will offer for him
to addto his fame, and enlarge his usefulness,
to his countiy. his course, in some particu
lars. has been subject to the most bitter at
tacks. The pride of opinion and the personal
ambition of some,who were his friends, have
led them to take sides with the enemies of
the party and of the country. But, as a Dem
ocratie President, no one who has ever filled
the chair, has enjoyed more fully the confi
dence of the party and the great men with
whom he is associnfed in the affairs of gov
ernment, than James Buchanan. If, in the
details of government, such as the exercise
of the appointing power, and the decision
of one Or two subordinate questions of public
policy he has failed to give universal satis
faction, he has the proud consciousness that
in every public act of his administration the
country acknowledges the purity of his mo
tives, and the high patriotism of his de
sires.
As his term of office approaches its elnse,
he maintains, in a most marked degree, the
dighit ca . his official position. If lie has
an individual preference as to the man
upon whom the mantle of his ollice shall
fall, be does not express it as some of his
predecessors have clone. In the chair of
State, he is the President, not the politician.
As a true Democrat, he helieres that the
people 'zre competent to select their own
candidate, and arrange their own platform.
and do not desire any indications from him
upon these suljeets. With great prudence,
he avoids the mistakes which some of his
predecessors have made, and dt•Vat•ti his
great powers and his great intluenee solely
to the pnblie welfare. After a long life ofpnb
lie usernlness, he will not mar the glory of
his position as the Democratic President of
the United States, by descending to the
field of polities where his own triumphs
have been !in brillianhand attempting to dic
tate or intermeddle, in any manner, with
the choice of his successor.
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cept the nomination of the Charleston
Convention, if tendered him, if the party in
its enunciation of a platform oflOpeli *the.
campaign adhere to the pririniple.9: enbod
icd
the compromispitnensumg.ofi
.
aud
ratifratifiede ' d by the tePreAlenfiatelec:-
ion Of 1552 andreaf nedill thnliatisaiand
Nebraski Act 15k and incorporated in
to the Cincinnati platform in 1556,
pounded by Mr. Buchanan in his letter -ac
cepting his nomination, and approved by the
people in his election."
But if these time-honored principles :.ro
repudiated by the Convention and in lieu of
them, the Convention shall interpolate into
the creed of the - partyi Such
,new issues, as
the revival of the African slave trade, or a
Congressionalslave code fin• the territories,
or the doctrine that the constitution of the
United States either establishes or prohibits
slavery in the territories, beyond the power
of the people legally to control it as other
property, he says he would not accept the
nomination if tendered him.
,We have no idea that a contingency like
that last mentioned can occur. •It
would be madness in the Democratic party,
to adopt into its platform such new issues
as Mr. Douglas alludes to, simply to gratify
a few . , and but a fc4 southern' extremists.
on no such platform could. the Northern
Democracy stand, and on no such issues
could the National party of the 'country,
again triumph. ''3lr. Hunter, Mr. Cobb and
Mr. Ilreckinridge must adopt, if indeed
they have not already done so, the same
doctrines, if they hope for success. They
will doubtless speak for thurnselves, as he
has done, and the indications of. opinion
thus given, will shape the platform of the
Charleston Convention to the true Demo
_
cratic standard. .
The approaching campaign cannot he con
tested on the grounds of mere
placed on a platform contrived for the oc
casion. Expedients and stratagems will not
answer. The nominee of the Democratic
parts• must be an honest, capable man, of
unsullied political integrity, and. be will
need no landmarks to guide him, except
such as are provided by the constitution—
an instrument upon the integrity of which
" hangs all the law and the prophets."
The Charleston platform must he compos
ed of sound Democratic constitutional prin
ciples high sounding pledges, eloglently
avoiding that which is practical will, At do.
The Democracy have tested their principles ;
they me satisfied with them,an , l will not
mit to '• alterations or amendment:."
THE DELEGATE 31 E INE S.
We hope no Democrat kill negket the
utv of attending the deb Tate tneetititt, to
held to-day. It is important in the entuitir
contest that the party should thoronA ty
organized, and the tilt ton - anti: rue])
organiration, a to ehrio-e our he,t inon to
represent us in convention, to t.elect (hi
oandidate, and to enunciate, t in :1 pIo or
manner, our Deincratic principle , . The
how, when the meetings in the -reveral
triet3 will be held, nre stati tl in the call ail
the County Committee, which will be found
under our editorial head.
Liberty Pa , ,,engvr Railroad Cow-
The etamiti,:siut,c, ,coin to hay.. a
ea the hope 01 . h,a;,. 4 hale to - Ole r,
,übscriptions for Lt.a 1 to unable
ti,-
to organize this CiAnpany. If t
inertly to obtain largetlii on Ow
iiur Pas-engi•T thin It 0.11-
den to wait the re,ult of the eNperitoent., no m
goim.; on in the ea-tern cities, uti..tit
to have <lllltienly •erioit doubt,.
Reports say they have coil too touch, and that
the earning: tire too small for the ,•
Sc., lint n 3 only cb4lit hundred • linr , of
subscriptions are needed to in-ure the- cone
mencenient of this P....ee1, Of Nai. - 11 not over
s2:i per Aare can be required this year, it i< to
be hoped the large and se ally Loloilation he
terested in its ,-- arty completion, will en, .nir
age the Goinilli, , Fioners to make anotle•r ef
fort to put the work under way.
The Etteets of the ler,.t
From the most reliable sourer:3 we can oh
Gain, the panic regarding the frost, though wel
founded at the time, has generally Fuhsidcd.
Thera is no doubt but that ("Prt:11111
have suffered severely, though by no weans us
totieh ns was at firi.t supposed. Oh in appears
to be the heaviest loser, us in tonic dk
triets but one third to one-fourth of the
wheat crop. will be liar vested. whip
Northern and Central Michigan the
is estimated at one-third. Three lo:ses, how
ever, will be qualized by the immense
area which has, within a few years, been
put under cultivation, and should no further
serious injury occur, the consumers will not
suffer by these frosts. In the Northwest grain
is in fine condition, the cereals will be aliMid
ant, but fruit scarce. In North Carolina the
whole wheat crop is reaped, and the yield is a
good one. In the vicinity of St. Louis, Mo.,
harvest had comincwed on Monday. In
lowa the grain crop is excellent, and the yield
more than an ordinary one. Corn in all ACC
fleas of the country, although a little back
ward, is getting along finely. The barley crop,
the harvesting of which has commenced in
Ohio, is very heavy.
The flights of Neutrals.
The Administration have notyet detremined
the coulter the circular to,be.sent to our inin
isters abroadoneerning the rightief neutral
A draft had bnen'prePared, and is now before
the President. The Department or Bt4te
,maintains that free ships make free gonds,
which the Paris Conference substantially
ad
mitted, concerning contraband goods, and it is
insisted that armsand munitions of waronly are
properly - Included.. -rt Wm relaxation can-
nut be made by betigerents for the benefit of OliP
power to the ezoltisiOn . of other:; and we, therefore, are entOed fa any ti4.l , :iirt tageskMeed
ed t England.
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Regarding blockades, it is contended that
the proper definition is the regular inVestWept
of a fortified place for its reduction, and not - a
simple paper proelanuftion. These arethe gen
eral views, but may be enlarged or modified.
!twill not be issued in the shape of instruc
tions, but for information.
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The Montain 1 - louse--The Summit and Rev.
Mr. IWO:Meng-h.
CaEssoA June 22, 1859.
This is a bright and.. warm day, and the
earth, air and sky' makes congenial .
scene all around us:l The sunnier :resert,
known as the Mountain louse," Is open:
and in splendid equipment, .and Mr. W.
S. Campbell amid his s.t'vti.nts again ready to
make an agreeablesummer for the ‘vlilOri. Much
' has been done- within the past year, and the
m;:-ounds in every way improved. The forests
have Lain' thinned' omit on' :all side 9 of the
building, which can well be spared, as there is
plcuty of foliage left. In a few weeks
a new wing to the South-West of the
main building will be finished, affording thirty
more additional rooms. A handsome ticket
office, in cottage prime style, has been built by
the railroad company at the side of the princi
pal entrance to the hotel grounds, making a
good stopping- place to receive and bid fare
well to friends. The weather to-day promises
a commencement of me delightful time.
' nuf still this was a sad day for the greater
portion of mill this mountain country, and mem
orable, from the obsequies of the lamented pas
tor of the Catholic elm:Th.ld the Summit, a
mile above this place; which we witnessed this
morning. As we walked up the mountain,
and as early as 7 o'clock; from evert- road and
by path, crowds were to Imo observed approach
ing to the solemn scene, indicated long before
the place leas remmehiql, by the streamers of
mourning from the cross on the Celle Of the
roof over the front entrance Or the - beautiful
church erected on this lofty peak - of the Atli:
gheriii.,. mainly by the untiring zeal or him
whose lifeless body' how awaited the last sad
rites of religion, under its roof. The silence,
the sadness of the largegroups about the church,
the unmistakable evidenee of griefo . f those who
were coming out., after having seen their de
ported friend, made a' strong contrast to the
cheerful sabbath often witne,sed there. The
pulpit and altar were hung with dark cloth
and the corpse clad in priestly vestments, was
placed on a raised platform in the centre aisle,
illuminated by candles and surrounded on all
sides by vases of flowers; the hands piously
crossed on his breast held over his faithful heart
the chalice of hen,liethm. Contemplated i n
the proper spirit, it was a pleasant sight. That
manly craintenance, attractive, if we may ots
. .spenk,:lty•the sweet reptrseOf the features, after
sO lintel; suffering, ;ye:tying nil expressiveness
altogether embleuttstic.of the It autiful charac
ter of his good nine, IA cr whom religion teach
es ua the grave can reap no victory and whose
eiemplary life bad deprit.ttd death of all its
sting!
The tiertrionie- . • coninienued at nip, this
morning, 00 were C , 11( . 11/(ka at 11 o ' clock.
Rev. Mi., Gibbs acted as celebrant. a , F.i..ted by
Rev ' s. Mr. Mitchel a, Deacon, find Burns us
sukdeacon. The other clergynian pre,ent and
surrounding the altar, were MeL-urs. Ford,
lit - an, Wakh, OTarrel, CC
10.,tine And
The funeral - - e•rinon a rio-t ehluent and as
it eventuated a hrief one, was pronounced by the
111111101 g , titkll,3ll, Lakin! - for his teat the
d , al.h of La: - ..aru Rat, when near the con
clusion. and a , a rutti - u•al ~,q uenec, he came to
F.p; -, al, of the dead 1 , f , r.• him, the farewell to
him why WI, a br-i her, a fellow , tudent,
and fri. - 113, the ,p,ukurshowed
the d - ^p f ling that to li dup Iron) the heart,
which he in vain attempts,' to avoid, and was
consp."lled to retire—mei we ;motet-eto say, that !
=MEE
.N an,: rr,“..nt morn el—iuent tlntrt yin
w ,, r.i4 or Icholl,ried pun , gyrio, anil v u c.at
the un.liToet,d
every a 0/. I,ffir ~r fivo hundred
r.r.! hini , :11,1 81,iong the clergyni,n
n 'rho 1,0,1 y ivw then
carried in pr0..0 , -4 , 11.14. , ,,1e4.1 hy, the clergy,
reciting the uppropriitto err: levy to the c.tae
try. s -loot di-tmwo grow the church. and ilo
looited in n hri.L yault.s.l grave, the tim,eies
AttiaJin-; by ne.tlerial ready In cont
pkteCllr lireh ocrr it. and there he at
1.11,. o—, eontre of lin•gronna 4 .
HOW litl ii oh r,.4
i I foot a 1/14' h , ;or. lug majority he
had pli:Olted ,d 1 and ~trength and
t it- flo.r for ilno.o, reftr- of tmnlio.od
1/0 1 1n!,..r• - d, 31,1 v. ..•ry one Irons th.• v
31,4 ntotrtit:tins :al/Cali U.., 1.1/,. 114 ,, ,V faith
-11111. tilt! Ili lulu, :11141 111.• u, Lo should
clin;•, for riit•li no•ti the glory of lb(
The tall green cored tree. of this to.mntain
now glow it: lax:aim:l hrightnei.. 1111 s
lovely morhing ; Lnt I.:: and hy the wint , r
oriO-. and they Eide, nit the gad
hat ha,
in 11 . ..dlity, that Lkor
ide:3 adot,e the rt1. , 11, of bleak wintor. rail
, 11 ,, 1thl th. , 1tr0111..1 at the foot of th a t
i•r..s a holy 1 . 011 ..Crite , l
ill the day, pie.: by the cent•
th, haye liuiahcd their labor
at iho toiob. and hi , ilevotod pariAnioner3 have
. ,
t4Lono array, and all 14 cairn and quilit. again.
And nor. evening :•1111 declining' to the
\Vet, tin roWg thl , , 1111 , 1. iv of the cro, o'er the
' , oil that enter, the grave of him wlm War it
eh:until:in and livint, wittics and wino that
know hint G= there, that doe: not fat the over
whelming conviction in every puLiath.ti of his
heart that—h.. rest= in peace.
A imtno paper, called the //ciald, ediUd
by a United States Mar4hal, ealled l'ine, seems
annoyed at the rernarkA of Tot: Po.r in rela
tion to the Chicago 1 Oftle... and culls us
very hard names and tells several rather etu
tad fulmheods. The editor claims to be a
month-piece of the administration ut Wash
ington, and that The Cook, the Post,
a "prom urn/ and itylurntiid
friend " of the Pre- ident, mid therefore,
very dringerou, to offend. Fortunately Mr.
Pine stating this does not make it true ;
but were he a twin brother of the Pres
ident and enjoyed nil his conflenee, it would
not prevent us front denouncing his corrupt
nature and official misconduct whilst his re
tention in office i a 711, , t damaging fact against
the administration. The Marshal editor,
whose paper is sustained by a pony purse, made
up by officials, particularly by the clerks in the
post office, seems to be un export in the use of
billiruzsgato, which we shall not notico nt
present, in we way have ah account to settle
with hi n elsewhere.
II is A DiotEss To TIIE Uti NoAUIAN, IN A MERIPA
Rl ER liom' lAI STHI:CT. London, Eng.,
June 9,
71, the ITilagar'i.i RrAlinii in /he (Teti
bd
A t the dine of the late Crimean war several
of toe exiled fellow -countrymen brought great
tifisery upon themselves by throwing up their
situatioms, and leaving the United States for
Europe, without having taken rare to ascer
tain whether or not cireuinstaucex warranted
the step.
I fear the pre, , ent stata of European affairs
ogether with partly vague, partly exaggera
od, partly unfounded reports, may have asimi
ar ( - grey, t.
I consider it, therefore, to he my duty to
warn my exiled fellow -countrymen in Ameri
ca, that i/ is not
. rrt time for Mem to mere.
thp.ve consideratimejorbid my entering on
exptinations. Sotileu it to say
that, though.the sky is brightening, premiat
ingly, we have yet grcnt difficnitie4 to over
come.
Due care is taken, not only of the interest of
our country, but also especially of their person
al interests. •
. . ,
They shall be duly apprised in due time.
But the time has tfot vet .ennto. , i - Letllieln pa
tiently, let them coplidently,ryait.• Any incon
siderate rashness might. bring personal ruin oh
them, without the slightestadvantage to the
public cause. - Koastvm.
. .
:r is unnoticed that Gen. James H. Lane—
better known as Jim Lane—is about starting
east on a lecturing tour—his subject being the
late troubles in Kansas, of which ho probably
has as much personal knowledge as any other
man living, having been ono of the chief fo
menters of those troubles, and the most un
scrupulous of the gang that committed so
many atrocities in Kansas, in the dark days
of that Teri4torys distress: Ho was advertised
to speak atltichimMd, Ind., on the 20th.
=IN
t•TI ANUF
Kos . suth and the War
..
yr,ti
[For the Pittsburgh Post.]
UNDER BOUGHS.
ET J(1021 Y. nourrs
Here, 'mad!, this widely spreading, grand:old tree
r
.14et me lay down my weary limbs, and rest,
Mir I have turn'd my
back on busy men, -
And all the giggling folly of the town.
Nature, my old, familiar, honest friend,
Whose rustle face, and sober acting hotil
Accord so well with my simplieity,
Invites me ton banquet innocent,
A feast that endeth not in revelry.
Shall 1 partake, or shall I scowling turn,
Litre sonic poor, melancholy, city slave
`Who 1(114\0 noljfe beyohd the pillaring room.
As my eyes wander o'cr • thi;, pleasing scene,
This intermixture of delicious shades
And lines. that carry rapture to the heart;
Prom their etszningling, lAA variety,
How many rocelloetions of 1411 days
Come trooping up to move toy soul still more.
Once on this spot the lurking red man stray'd,
(Jr talk'd of mischief, mkory or war;
With heart of guile, revenge and bitterM,s,
['lotted against the innocent, and told
How infants might be dasled on rocks and trees,
Or WOlllefl roasted on unpitying fires.
'Those days are gone—the savage too lath gone,
His brutal nature never could be tamed;
He tuned his face towards the dreary west,
That region where the day (loth rte it begin;
.And, there his vagabonding tribes shalt huh",
one after one, before a raee4 horn:
" riS pleasant now to think that we are blest
With something like a fair humanity.
' Tie pleacaut now to think, that blood and strife,
The taste for butchery, and stormy war,
Have given place to ia,tee, and happy smiles,
Day! , of content, rind nights ormeeet
'l'll, , mother:, led* call irlirep within tier arum—
/lie lather in the field eon safely
Tlw hoy can whiale all lb° way to edtoot—
Tli, tre a d rim laugh, nor fear the Indian bow—
lover ran hive on antinred watt...—
And, every thine in joyftll 1,111 . 0 rd 111UVO
hider the starry I,muer, of (11,, free.
Tub: New York Erening Post of the 19th
inst., discourses as follows in regard to some of
the practises of the New York Centi al Railroad,
in thepublithed account of its earnings. The
article speaks for itself and needs no comment:
.• By some hocul 'locus the New York Cen
tral freights each month are made to appear
on comparison with the corriponding months
of the previous years are more favorable than
they actually are. We published the Now
York Central earnings yesterday, as showin t
$97,531,59 decrease as compared with May
ISSB. Taking the figures, however, as pub.
lished last year in the Albany Journal, the re.
stilt is as follows
May 1858
it:tv 18.59
• $5, - ,7,965
- - - 41'2,61;5
Decreaso - - $45;:00
The inference very naturally is, that the
gi-oss, receipts in May ItisB, were reduced $45,-
1,00 by allowance of drawbacks, those of May
1559 u iII sutler a similar reduction in the annual
12.1.111 bit, as drawbacks have entered largely into
the business this year, in consequence of the
quarrel with the other three trunk lines."
' 4 Oce.xsiosAl.," in his letterof the :Hs( inst.,
to the Philadelphia tnys:
o The next House of Representatives will
mi.:intik in the new Hall, on the tir, , t of De
cember next, under singular /inspires. The
removal of the comfortable dr,ks and Itlau
rions cushionNl chairs, prepared for the mein
hors at so much expense, will give to the great
,otlooa a vacant and echoing appearance. I
confess that the innovation does not strike me
favorably, nor do I know any one who ha.+
full confidence in the success ..f the alteration.
In England, it is no uncommon thing to see
It gislators, sitting on their bciudies.with huts on,
and the ni:nistors only have tables and writing
materials Lefore them. Whether it k pro
-pond to introduce such practice. into our 4'oll
isre-5, remains to ta• true Repre,enta
[ivy ought to be pre,ent ue much a+ pos , ible
during the deliberation, of the body of which
he a part; hut this will he found to beeitreme•
Iv irksome, if he ii deprived of the ordinary
means of corre4pond e n ee . H et : ea ft er , if t h e
pre...ent arrangement ,hould be tuaintaizied,
the repre.entative will be foreed to do his
writing. with other out-ide bmines, in the
withdrawing room a UlWillyi In the flall—a
pnwth-e which may lend to other practice not
13f the f1103 , t agreenhle character. But, •we
shall See what we cLall see: "
A Remedy for I1)3
11 , y:RII AV I.'S HOLLAND lIITTKIVi 14 110 W the
r0.,-t .I..lightfot and eth,tnal rr•riu•dy
fur Lt:a-
N tin t,r our moot worthy
b•..tlly to it- e1',.,.,.: ) . 0 p.-r,on* ntild",l 111
nod h.., It I. ii1,11.14:113e.
1:e.41 Gsrrfully —Th.. lieuntne highly Cunc.ntmted
I 1.4114n.1 1111100. t. Ina up in hail' pint biuttle»
onl).110•1 ruhul,.l nl "Jo, 4,4111 r fart ixttle. The great
r", thin lolly lt , licine hqs induced
niAny %throb the puhlin 1110014 gilar,l Nuinp.t
puichueinlh It.rware of impionhun! tk.g pool oily wane
t• on Ow 144.1 , Jt , varY 6 . 1 -ti'quu
It ENJA MIN l'All h, Jo. 6 Cl), Yalu I'7ol)rietorka
Woott botwoou Myst and Hxsood miteetA, husburgh
Jea7 adtiertisentents
I'AMENitERS TO NEE (' tsi
AND Noit ru Or THAT 1 . 1..1CF:-1"on will nut
furget that tilto daily hoe of Pa , •ket.r between New Ctwitle
and New lingtileit , tdteltilleet Malt the streiinunottittitin
train, tin P. W., an,l with the at Now
envy time arid
ttlieili to a great ithieet at tho pre -oat tittle, he
:11.twy 10 •earre, and tlio front ham Untie great dignago
JeZiarit.ll
Notice.
W ILL bo sold on the 2.611 t. day of July,
for account of a both it may tourer,), nt th.11.,-
C 11 1 ,1, 1 . Run (so; Fourth tarOCI, six hundred shares o
sthrk In tho BIM) Itiining Company of Michigan,
(cited for non-payment of asmoomient, and folio sold
by order of the Directors. 41E0. S. SWARTZ,
Secretary.
DAVIS Si. PHILLIP
IT AVE REMOVED THEIR BRASS
11 ForNDRY vat mANUFAcroltv, to
No. 110 Venter and IMF !First streets.
FOUR DOORS BELoW THEIR OLD WORKS, where
they are prepared to execute nll orders promptly, with
ENTIRELY NEW AND IMPROVED MACHINERY.
J2t.,2w
THIRTEETH LISTN OF' APPLICAJ
'PIONS for sidling liquors. filed in the Clerk's °thee
tip to June
Allspouse Joseph, tavern, Willies township.
Aunt Peter, do. Birmingham
Brannon James, with othergoods, 2d ward Pittsburgh.
Dunn David, do. do. Mlicesport.
Foster Scbastain, eating house. 3,.1 ward, Allegheny.
Holler Henry, do. do. 4th tin. Pituthurgh.
Ingoldshy Patriek, tavern, 2,1 du. do.
Kerr James, do. 4th do. do.
Lovely W. D., do. AFReestwirk
Moran do. IA ward, Pittsburgh.
WCartlonev Francis, with other goods,lkt w'd, MVO.
itteloskey . C.rnehus, tavern, 4th ward, Allegheny.
Obey W., do. Chartiera township.
Selmer & Runsleth du. Birmingham.
Schlumer John 8., do. Charlton+ township.
SDI Patrielt, do. West Pittsburgh.
Smith John illeorge, do. 7th ward, Pittsburgh.
THOMAS A. ROWLEY, Clerk.
thrmem Junuly4.). )o at
WINNER'S COIL EAMION op latt7sili
FOR THE VIOLIN, consisting of
COTTILLIONS,
SCHOTTISCHES,
QUA DIIILLES,
Nuns, Wacrzos, .Ituttams, Honstases. Hum, jiag, pAny
DMWES, and other popular airs, arranged in micas, taus.
net for the violin, bv 8. Winner. Price 50 cents. Copie s
rciailed on receipt of price. For sale by.
je2s JULES H. MELLOR, al Wood street. _
TRUE throw
your Dinner or Tea Knives for the want of Forks,
as we have on hand a full assortment of
ODD F Ofji
Of all patterns. Ilettee.keerku:s, Hotel-Keepers, Steam_
bolt owners, and all others using Forks, can thus hare
their sets roads op.
1e25 DOWN h TETLEY 118 Wood et.
TILDI OYS' 81101' GUNS.—Attention is culled
4jo to our stock of
ys o ys. s4up OIINS.
They were manufactured especially to our order, and
ere light, well finished, and entirely reliable tuni safe
Parents who would tench their boys to be marksmen,
should examine these beautiful we&pons.
CARTWRIGHT & YOUNG,
je'2s tin Wood atreet.
-atga FURNISHING GOODY.-G—ing
'LA daily, without reserve, at prices far below
AUCTION FIGURES.
remove, and relinquish this part of our
business on July
e 25
CHESTER'S GOTHIC HALL,
J Corner Wood street and Diamond alloy.
SSW , IcE T . POTATOES, — THIS Y EiE'S
CROP.-300 barrels St. Eustatius, Just received and
REYMER & AN,
fo r e /m .25 1e by
39 Wood et.. opposite St. Charles! DERSONHoteI
T INES.-I,OUO Pine Apples to arrive on
Monday, and for sale by
riETMER, & ANDERSON,
No. .19 Wood eL, opposito SL Charles Betel.
SEI,:tiiIiZaWITEAT-2:10 bushels prime
Buckwheat to arriro thin day, and for sale by
JAaiES A. FETZER,
cam"), Market and First sta.
MlMEbugs prune •Rio
Coffeejust received. For sale by.
MURTLAIM .k CONNOR,
197 Liberty street:
6 14 E'
TWO AND THREE BALL
FRINGES—for Basque Trimmings. A good assort
ment at low prices.
ie EATON, CREE & CO, Fifth and Market eta
111EllIt'UTAI - lIRY.—A large assortment of
French, English and American Perfumery of all
tads. Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes, etc-, etc., at
L. WILCOX'S,
Neu; 3/Iyertisemtitts.
ES:4ED UCED!-
We've determined to clear out our ontire stock, before
removing to our
NEW STORE ROOM ON FIFTH ST,
Oath° lst Of August next.
- , - EATON. CREE A CO,
.•
•
J 025 ' comae Fifth and Market street.
THE _______ __ PL - ACE T - O
BL,,
LADIES' FINE GAITERS, for $LOO? pair,
LADIES• FINE SLIPPERS for 50 e
And all hind» of Gnats'. Boys`, Youths', and
Childrthns' Shoes, nt low prom?. is at the Cheap Cush
Store of JOSEPH H. BORLAND.
je2.3 93 Market at., second_door from Fifth.
FIRST CLASS
BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS,
OP ALL STYLES AND SIZES,
MADE TO ORDER, OR SOLD FROM TO E SHELVES
A LARGE STOCK OF
COMMERCIAL STATIONARY
R. I INT ri" I IV"
In nll ids
branelle. CARDS, CIRCULARS, BILLS
LA BING, PAMPHLETS.
J. R. WELDIN,
j 024 GI Wood street near Fourth.
TX& PALMER,, 78 MARKET
1,3 STREET, aro selling
TRIMMINGS,
RIBBONS
•
LACE MITTS.
LOVES,
Hosiery. Embroideries, tie, at reduvrd prices. • Rubber
Combs for n% cente. GIPNER L PALMER, • •
je24 Market street.
COUNT
- - - --
RY RESIDENCES FOR. SALE.-
A valuable property of six mires, with a good dwel
ling house, orelovil andgarden, three-fourths of a mile
from the city, g 1,500. Alen, n desirable property of .20
acres. at fosir miles from the city, with good briek.dweb
ling house, no° fruit trees, grapes and small fruits.,l,6,coo
Also, an excellent prollerty of 3%acres, good house 1000
fruit trees. Ac.: situate at l nines from the city, gd.,soe.
The alcove are all in healthy-and pleasant lotritfons, and
immediate possession can Le had.
8. CUTHBERT & 80N;
je24 RenbEstate Agents, 51 Market m.
AN r A LIJAIII,g BUJ LLiEN4 LOT. on
Carson street., South Pittsburgh, near the Ptiblie
for wale by S. CUTHBERT & SON,
jr 24
ROUSEL'S EAU LUSTRALE (MO
UANT E—This universally approved and admired
trtiele. free ft tim ardent spirits, pungent out, and other
testruetive materlah+, cleans the hair expeditiously, ren
ters it a beautiful bright, and imparts to it flue di:lie:do
raittantat iliu flowers. For sale by •
JOSEPH FLEMING.
1021 (Ismer Itiamond and Moriret Afresh
REMOVAL.
G. HUSSEY & CO., have removed
C• to their new Copper Warehouee, N 0. 3 .7 Fifth
litre t, in the New Iron Front Bleck, three deers went
of Wood.
PITTSBURGH COPPER ROLLING MILL.
C. G. HUSSEY & CO.,
Manufarbirers of
Braziers' Bolt and Sheathing Copper
PreYEed Ciipper flottnina,
Still Itottom and Flat, of all Sues, Tinto,. Kettles, Slice
and o ther Privet. Spotter. copper. Solder, Copper Ilirets
etc. PeAlerc in Hha•k Tin, Tin Plato, Lead awe
Zinc, Antimony, Sheet Iron, Tirincra' Tools,
No. 37 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa
Atit. Stoct Copppr rill to Any pittorn. I:lp9Tan
SUMMER MILLINERY.
Childrris , s Clothing Emporiert
MRS. M. A. WEAVER
HAS UPENFD AT
No. 24 Fifth Stree
RS, IRON CITY eiTimANG.)
A kin u , sortincht .1
of the Lutv!t.
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING kept eocnn,ntly on hand,
an.l made
Entrnte—Next do, to Ow Trintuting Stud.
Wc•od street.
A L.11:(;k: ST9CK,
ASb Ob"171E PE.-T yUA7I7I OF
GENTS' FRENcti CALF
A tHi PATENT LEATHER
CONGRESS GAITERS.
::1
W. E. SCHMERTZ & CH
CASSIMEHE 11 Al.'s,
811.1% II Ufg
11.1M4.
And all Ow latest ntyle, of Strw ti , Lckfr.
A 0 13 , t
111) Wow, Street.
ien uuo a°, auth of
A surEittult
GENTS
And
BOOTS AND SHOES, at
W. E. SCHMERTZ CO'S,
N. 31 Fifth StreC
T1;R.11.4 COTTA OR
STONE WATER PIPES,
FROM TWO TO SIX INCH cALIBRI,
Prtce■ from Twelve to Thirty Cts. per Foot
ROCHESTER PEARL STARCH,
For mile Wholor.le ut 31arittfacturers Prices Id
HENRY H. COLLINS,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND WIIOLIE2IItX DIAL= IN
CUEESE, BUTTER, SEEDS, FIBUr
AND PRODUCE OENERALLY.
No. 25 WOOD Sr., PITTSBURGH.
JOHN THOMPSON Ac. CO.,
House, Sign and Ornamental
PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS,
No. 1135 Third Stmt . ,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
L. HIRSH:FELD & SON,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 83 Wood Street.
Our assortment of Sommer . Coatings, Cassimeres,
Linens and Vestings ia now complete, We are prepared
, to furnish our enstoniers with neat and elegant garments
at very low rates.
jes i .. H I RSEIFELD SON'S;
A lifil VED—
ANOTIIER OF THOSE
•
MINIATURE -PIANOS,
Which have excited :well general admindion, and foniid
such rapid sale, has just been received by the sabeeri
hers. They are the most desirable, instrumenta for
small parlors, steamboats, vie., over constructed. For
sale by
If. KLEBER d .13R0., .
Solo Agents far the above and Steinway':
No. f 4 Fin II street.
JOHN N. CRAWFORD,
Attorney $z Counsellor at Law,
Alkii) NOTARY PUULIC,'
DAVENPORT, lOWA.
Especial attention given to collecting and scaring
claims of every kind.
Atm To—Jeremiah Dunlmy, Sr.,
E. J. Roberts, Esq.,
Capt. R. J. (Race,
Roberta a Mellon. Attorneys. f apl9
VALENCIA LACE SETS--
,
MARKED DOWN
WITHOUT REGARD TO COST
CALL EAIZLY AM) SECURE BARGAINS AT
JOS. 7101tNE'S
BANDIES FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES
1.1 --Warranted of the best quality. Also, n complete
assortment of Wines, Whiskeys and Gins, of superior
quality, kept constantly on hand at _ _ •
JOSEPH . FLEMING'S,
Connor Diamond and Market strooL
jolt.
FRE.SH FROM THE SPRINGS.-'fe lt
bbls. of fresh Bluelick Water,ust received by •
JOS. FLEMING,
j 2: 3 pcper_pinnond and Market street..
DONNET . RIBBONS—A largo lot from
12 Now York and Philadelphin Auctions, which we
can sell cheap to Milliners. -
mil° • JOS. HORNE, 77 Brarket street.'
FOUNDRY IRON-50 tons Lake-Superior
Foundry iron, to arrive and for sale by
HENRY ff. COLLIN&
OAP.7 l oo . bo.xeer Bull** Soau for
EMBIZOMERIES AT COST
PIANOS! PIANOS!!
NEW !et"
Arrival of Pianos.
TIIE SUBSCRIBER HAS JUST RE
reived from the manufactory of
CHICKERING & SONS,
A fresh supply of their
UNRIVALLED PIANOS.
The inatrnmonta hare all been selected personally by
the subseriter, at the Factory,
ESPECIALLY TOR THIS MARKET.
Those in want of Pianos are invited to Call and exam'
ine this steel:, which comprises all the various styles
manufactured by Chickening & Sons, from the plainest
in the most elaborately . 9rved cases, and at prices to
suit all purchasers.
fla - ALT. INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED.
JOHN If. 31ELLOR,
1.24 Si WOOD STREET.
SIIJIJIER 3.IILLINF.RT.
NEW STOCK OF AICLODEONS.
f_jUST RECEIVED--A SPLENDID NEW
tel of 11 ELI 1) E iNA. from the -
I.teturi /.f M , iIN b HAMLIN, l_lo,tou,
ineltanix all the ,tile, mettle by this firm. ;
e 6,1/ :ippruvm. . r •
by the greate,t I/loci:it:lß in the country—a-4 Dr-Low.
Me eon. (ieo. F. ItAmbt, W. B. Bra.ll.u•y, and u.ther,—....
s...spieut ly 111,1. 4,11 IN being Jirrt close it
vntaft. They aro nap-.( fur tile follon mg point,:
I. Their pure and nite-iearquality of tone.
2_ Their great (Weer of icing.
3. 'Liner perfect equality of lone.
4. Their prompt and easy hmel..
r. Tht.ir heatinfill etyle cf finish.
6. Their durability.
7. TIP', price.
For ,ale only I.y
UNTIL TILE FIR:3T OF JULY, PRO.
nut twelve.' fur the erection of tin
Fun,.hing litiekirerk of the Steeple of St. Phibatten!
Ci Pledor's Dwelling, nett door to tln
tledeh. t.O Liberty street, When , the plan and I•pecif
eatton, new reudy fikr lUNIA , ii.II. And for buildin
the loot vire of the ~, 3 11110 toner. Propinals will he r
cetved until the ei,rhth of Judy. For plan and. siwei
ration, apply at the sawn place.
jn•nlWit
T HIRD IMPORTATION
.%Nl, VEST STYLES OF
GEO. R. WHITE & CO.,
MISSES',
CIiILDRENS
ARE NOW RECEIVING A COMM.:IE STOCE OF
BABSON AND BABEGE ANOLAIS DORM
Mantillas, Barego Anglais Dusters, &c
jelo
Will. H. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Bankers and Exchange Brokers,
Wood Street, corner of Third,
AI#LEGITENT CENI:pTERY.
SECRETARY AND TREASURER'S OFFICE:
SUPFAIINTENDANT'S OFFICE
jefilf AT THE CEMETERY
TNA STOVE WORKS.
INAMPACITIIin AIM EULER. re I'VEIIY YAW= OS
Cooling, Pgrlfir &He4ting St ovea,
•
4.111) I 4 OC rig4TA. it4Pr's, &C.
Solo Proprietor of the Celebrated
PATENT OAS DVIZNING AND STIOn'E coiNsbai ING
:COOK STOVES.
Office and Sales Rooms; .-.-
'N'ablY2P No. 4 Wool Strect...ntliburch, Pu
- -
G. S. BATES. WM. JOHNSON.
Late Foreman U.S. Arsenal) (Late of Perrin &Johnson.)
rtodovlt.r.c4-_
Cheap and Durable, Fire and Water Proof.
BATES & JOHNSON,
SALITEFIRL. D ST,BETIEREN.IVIIRTEI F.1F773.
Pittabilrgh,
4il" The only mannfacturers and dealers in.their tin
proved GUM ELASTIC CFmF,NT .CANVAS ROOFING.
Also, IMPROVED FELT CEMENT, and GRAVEL
ROOFING OF A SUPERIOR KIND. riapraydawi„
BEDFO RD
. SPR I NGS--1:1-T18-NVEL---t
-known and alelightful sumtrun resort will be open
for the reevplion of visitors on the tirst of June, and kept
open till the first of October.
The hotel mil be under the management of Mr. A. G.
Allen, whose experience, courteous manners, and atten
tion to Ms guests, giro the tunplest assurunee of comfort
and kind treatment.
Parties wishing rooms or any information in regard to
the place, will please address
A. G. A
Suariotencleilt of Bedford Mintlra] Springs
Adjournment of Assignees' .Sale.
THE SALE OF THE PROPERTY OF
AIRS 1; RHODES is postponed until WEDNE3-
DAY, July 14th next. By order or the AB.Sii:nee.9.
. . .
TllO3. J. POWER, •
. .
IL R. CILIMBERLIN,
•
. , . GEO. F. GILLMORE.
Eoehester,Junelith,lB.s9.
IERRY & (X).'S NO. 29 PENS—For sale
by f je2) I. R. WELDIN.
A LARGE SUSLY pF IJUSTETTER'S
celeUruted Stomach Eater&inst. lecreirgally
JOH gPli FLEMING,
corner Diamond and Market Street.•
TWO BUILDING D
STREW. Vilkinstairkh,
. _
~, w'l'::'S:S.
New :l4:,
adlitrltattr'eitis. I.lo‘l
INFORMATION 4 WANT, t ibotk t he
latter part of April las' Thontas Abbott, my. her.
tsmil,
left this place. and lam at -present igmirent of
whej‘alg,outs, , ,:Whettlast heard of ile was irt-Pitts
litargh;.,p4r.,,Abbott is a Tailor by trado,About fr feet, 5
inches in;keightasel weighs about ltO lbs. When he
left here hoyerwic, heavy pair of black whiskers. Ills
hair is black find be is of.dark domplozion. Any infor
mation concerning Abtaati will be Itistkfully received.
Address lt ET AFIBOTT,
.jet."2-3t- 0 t, Cumberland.
JOHN N. SHEPPARD
(Successor to Ifartsrell &Shepherd,)
Druggist, Corner Wood and Sixth sts
A complete stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS and DYES, consiantly - ' on hand.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS,
Will bud it to their advantage to give us a call. Manu
facturer of the cclebrted
SOVER CAPILLI.
je24
0 PITTSBURGH AND BIRMINGHAM PASSES
GER RAILROAD.—The Gommissionere to open
books and receive subscriptions to the Stock - of paid
Read, Will meet for that purpose at HARE'S HOTEL,
on the corner of Fourth and Grant streets, in the city
of Pitteburgli, on IHONDAY, the 27th instant, nt 7%
'o'clock'. P. H.
je7:td
City and County 'lnsurance Company.
NO.
TICE - IS ITF,REBY GIVEN THAT,
in purstimee of an act of Assembly relating ther.t
to, and the Charter of Incorporation, approved April
11t1,1859, Books to receive su bs cription to the Capital
Stock of the City and County Insurance Company of the
city of Allegheny-, will be open at the office of PETER
PETERSON, Federal street. Allegheny. on TUESDAY,
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY. sth. 6th and ith of
July, and at the office of WSI. P. 8AU51..0u. St. Clair
street, Pittsburgh, on FRIDAY and SATURDAY, the Bth
and 9th of July next, to remain open for nix oars, (un
less the stock be sooner subscribed.) from ID A. 31. to 4
o'clock, P. Id„ of each day. :
Josiah King, .raineS L. Gi - aham,
Henry Irwin, Wm B. Posey,
Peter Peterson, • John Birmingham,
O. G. Craig, Wm..P. Baum,
James Old, John Irwin, Sen.,
James Gibson, • John' Sampson,
C. Yeager, George Lewis,
Samuel - Gormly, Nicholas Voeghtly, Sea,
John A. Srott., R. P. McDowell,
John W. Riddle, David Greig, .
Ssm'l Lindsay, Jun, J. Loagmoro,
M. Borland, Thomas Farley,
D. M. Evans. Alex. 'Wands.
It W. Poindexter, Thos. Donnelly,
James Park, Jun., • . James A. Gibson, •
D. Legit Shields, animidsioners.
jriad
JOHN H. MELLOR,
NU. :14 Wood strret.
ar,criNive eirculars mauledto any Mid r(,,. [nay
Proposals
MMEM
No. 25 Fifth Street,
LAMES' DRESS GOODS,
BLACK LACE SHAWLS,
P.ITTSBURGH, PENYA
AT Na 37 FIFTH STREET
ALEXANDER BRADLEY,
nsuranr4.
MqQ. II, THE.R.Z.7 .
ASSURANCE COMPANY
NO. 1, MOORGATE STREET, LONDON.
ESTABLISHED IN 1836
CAPITAL- $0,290,800 00
PAID UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS.. 2,104411 02
ANTIAL REVENUE, for. the year
ending January 31, Islls
THIS COMB ANY ITS crnEs:.A,
LORA,or - Damage by' ire. almost every description
in of Property. The or PlPcmaan are moderate. and,
6AINST
“ii awes, hasod upon the character of the owner or
occupant.. and the ments of the risk.
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d
° 6 PromPtly ad ul
justed and paid thouereferenee
Lonomi l . A -i p t ziottptriOnt , fterh 1 earldeasailPhila
deijihitifar.pamaratcf th en
iVevant p ry.
lI.I.SERCNCti I.`C PITT3BI.:ta IL
Messrs. James ArCully & Co., 174 W street;
John FlDyti A Co..lT3W,M,Mrect;
" •
Brown & Eirkpatricks,l93 Liberty. street:
Gregg-A.1 1 p,, 9,3 w oo d „ .
Wilson. APEIroy .4 Co., 54 Wood street;
" James 3 PCanilless & Co ., 103 Wood street;
itmick & Co.. 05 Water street; • '
Falinestock & Co.. First and Wood sts;
- Jos. Woodwell & co.. Second and Wood sts.;
Atwell. Leo & co, a Woodistreetr-- • •
...BUrchßeld A Co., Fourth amllHarket streets
•
ead Means..kCO.,Woodand Watersts
•
lI.PPEELENCE,
George H. Stuart, Esq., 13 Bank street;
Messrs. Fivers. Clagliorre& CAI.; o *- 1 3•Iit srket Streit.;
AVM. 31rKen,t; Co., 22. South Front stmon
" .sPCitteheon & Collins, Front and New streets
. smith, williaras & Co., 513 Rfarket street;
James Graham i; Co., :N3 and 2.2 Letitia street ,
Joseph B. Mitchell, Esq.,"President Mechanics Bank
James Dunlap:Esq., PreSolent Unien Bank; „
Hon. IV. A. Porter, late. Judge Supreme Court., .
dA DIES W. 'ABBOTT. Agent.
Temporary orriCe. 03 Wood street.
ALLEGHENYINSURANCE CO
OF' PITTSBURGH.
OFFICE—No. 37 Filth Street, Bank Block.
NSURES AGAINST ALL KINDS OF
I
FIRE AND MARINE RISKS.
ISAAC JONES. President; JOHN D. McCORD,
President; ISt 1100 K, Secretary; Capt. WILLIAM
DEAN, General Agent. -
Dinzerons—Enna Jones, C. G. Hussey. 'Harvey Childs,
Capt. R. C. Gray, John 41. Wilson. B. L. Fahnestock, John
D. McCord, Isaac 11 Pennock, IL D. Sterling, Capt, Wrn.
Dean, Thos. M. Howe, Rolit. 11. Davis. mylS
DELAWARE MUTUAL
SAFETY
INSURANCE COMPANY
INCORPORATED BY TIIE LEGISLA
TURE OF PENNSLVA A, MS... •
OFFICE, S E-COUNER THIS XD IVA LIVUT STS.
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PIMA DELPIIIA.
Marine Insurance.
ON VESELS, 1
CARGO,- To all parts of the world.
FREIGHT, J
INLAND IN
On Goods, by River, canals, Lakes. and Land Carriages
to all parts of the Union. •
FIRE INsurLl:vf_:...l„,
On 3lerchandise generally,
On Stores, Dwelling Houses, etc, etc.
ASSETS OF 2'ITE. 00.11P4AF
NOTEXIII.6 1,1(.58.
Bonds. rifortgages, and Real Estate.-- ...... .. $ 71,303 35
Philadelphia City GI. cent. Loan - —.... 105.144 00
Pennsylvania State L 04.115.. ........... .......... . .. . -.104425.00
United :States Treasury N0te5............... 30,113 50
Railroad 6 Railent ,Mortgage bonds— ---... 57,375 00
Smelts in roails, Choi and Insurance C-os-. 2.5, - se. 50
Billijteceivahle •.. - ....... 1311,686 36
Cash ou band ....-. ............... ............. .......... 42,067 05
Balance in hands of Agents; Premiums on
Marine Policies recently issued, and other 64285 lit
debts due the Company-- ..... ...-....--.}
DIRECTOR&
Wm. Illartin, Samuel E. Stoke%
Diround A. Solider, J. F. Peniston,
Theophilus.Paulding, Henry Sloan,
John IL 'Penrose, Edward Darlington.
John C. Davis, 11. Jones Brooke,
James Traquair, Sismeer 1111Iraine,
Wm. Erre, Jr., Thomas C. Hand,
James C. Hand, Robert Murton,
\Vu. C. Ludirie.
~ Jacob P. Jones,
Joseph 11. Seal, James R. M'Farland,
Dr. R. M. Huston, Joshua P. Eyre,
Geo. G. Lieper, John 13: Semple. Pitts
Hugh Craiz. D. T. Morgan; '.!
Charles Kelley, J. T. Logan.
WILLI.OI MARTIN: Pre.Sident.
• THOS C. HASP,Vice President.
Hzirar LUSTS.; Seeretaly. .
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11, 11: 1 E111.1,.igerit.
No. 05 Water street, Putsburgh
PHIL A DRLPIIiA FIRE AND
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
N 0.149 CHESNUT STREET,
Opposite the Custom House,
WILL liAl E ALI. KINDS OF IN. SU
RANCE, either Pei potioil or Limited, op eVcl7
description of Property or Iferoloutaum, reason Able
rate 9 of premium.
lti iRERT P. FIND, President, i.
111. W. BALDW IN. Vice President, .•
liIRECTOTIB:
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II
Charles Bayes, E. R. Cope, t'.
.
E. B. Engle , itieorne W. Brown
P. E. Saver)", Joseph S. Patil, ' 1,. ...
C. Sherman, John Clayton,
.J. bEchtraee, F. W dor, .
F. ill... , LbCriN. Secretary.
, . .1. G. COFFIN, Agent, - Corner Third and Wood 'streets
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PENNSYLVANIA INSUP ONCE CO.
Of Pittsburgh.
•
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. - NO. 63 Fourth Street
r 4
Jacob Painter, Ro Ef ily Pattu 01
nion, T. 0 rwr Sproul,
C. A. Colton, James R. Hopkins.. A. A. Carrier,
Henry Sproul, • Niel, Vocchtiv, tleorgo W.Smith.
A. J. Jones, Wad. , Ilampto - , Robert Patrick,
Chartered. 9300.000
FIRE ANL/ MARINE R.ISIts TAKEN, of all de..
Fcriptions.
Otlice ._
OFFICRIN :
A. A. CARRIER. Prenitlent.
I. GRIER SPROUL, Secretary.
~lerchaut '. lnsurance
Compan! .
OF PHIT. A TIELPHIA..
M. V. PETTIT, Prei.jdout_p. J. MTANN, Secretary
Amount of Capital Stock paid in and inTesteds2oo,ooo 00
Surplus ...... ...... ....... 63,44 85
$:44.2s pki
Insures Cargo Risks on the Ohio 4rid Sit?' issippi Rivers
and Tributaries. Insnres ssuinst 11):‘3 . d:image by
Fire. Also, against the Perils of the llt e a and Ifiland
Navigation and Transportation.
DIRECTORS :
UM. V. Pettit, J. C. Montgomery, John M. Pumseiy,
D. J. IrCann, E. F. Winner, • Rcue Onilion,
IL 1,. Woolston, Joint A. Atarshall, CLas. B. Wrilillf.
John/. Patterson, Elwood T. I'usey.
OFFICERS: - . -
WILLIA.3I V. I'ETTIT. President. •
M. F. W C.DIER, Vice President,
1). J. 3rcANN. Secretary.
REFEItENCFS:, •
In Philactdplaia : . , In Phi/041(1,0in:
Seiger, Lamb 3. Co., Sten:mit:, Justice .I.:' Co.,
Truitt, Bro. 3 Co., Buck, 3lorgan it Slidfole,
A. T. Lane A: Co.. • Yummy, Caldwell & Co.
PITTSBURGROFFICNO. 97 H ATER STREET,
.jas R. W. POINDEXTER, Agent.
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P -
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Ittsbingh Insurance Company,
RO. 96 WATER STREET, PITTSBURGH.
ROBERT GALWAY, President.}
ALIA. BRADLEY, Vice President.
. F. 4. 4RrpIT.I.P.T, Ipe r e •
Iti . lnsures trainst Ifi!LL AND CARGO RIE,NR, gn
the. Ohio and Mississippi Rivers and tributaries, Esrel
MARINE. RISES generally.
And against loss and damage by Fire, and against the
Perlis of the Sea and lialana Navigation anerranspor
tation,
DIRECTOUS.
Robert Galway, Samuel Bl'Clurkan,
Joseph P. Gazzarn, John Scott, .
;Fames Afar? hull, David Richey, -
James W. Hallman, Charles Arbuthnot,
Alexander Bradley, J. L. Leech,
Johu Fullerton, N. F. Hart,
It. Robinson, Robert IL If ctrtley,
%plain Carr, IIPGiIL- fel
W - 1 --- estenit us — urance G — npany,
GEORGE. DARSIE, President;
• F. If. GORDON, Secretary,
Oirma No. 92 Water street, (SPang k Co.'s WiVehOrll46
nP stairs,) Pittsburgh- - •
Will insure against all kinds of FIRE and MARINE
RISES.
A Roma Institution, talilaged by Directors who are
well known in the community, andwho are determined,
by promptneeB and liberality, to maintain the character
which they hare mourned, as offering the bestprotec
non to those who desire to be insured. •
ASSETS, APRIL 30th, 1959....
Stock Accounts ,
Mortgage...
Office
......
OPeR Accounts, enc..:
Cash .........
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PrClTfililltl Notel-•••••• ...
Not 4i2gmintz -----
George Rule,
N. Butler,
James IrAuley,
Andrew Ackley,
Nathaniel Hohnelt,
D.M. Long,
C. W. Rielictson.
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THE OLDEST AND LARGEST
ographie Establishment in the City.
WI,!. SC/TUCUMAN,
PRACTICAL LITH 0 GRAPH ER
CORNER THIRD AND MARKET STREETS,
DUFF'S COLLEGE BUILDINGS,
jy21:192P PI TTS B ÜB.S , H. PA.
AT C OMPLETSiIikatENT OF
LVDI.I.' AND ,6111.LDREIVS
COLORED GAITERS,'
R SOYINtFIi:Mtk (1)
~ S aline very tow at
.933,734 12
.$ 90,000 00
:4109 00
250 00
1^,Q30 39
Dar
40070 12
113,399
• • W 09,149 03
Muller, Jr.,
George W. Jacitson,
Ales. tipper,.
Wm. McKnight,
Alexnn der Nimicit„
Wm.H. Ennith, •