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THURSDAY MORNING AUGUST 4
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET
• AUDITOR GENERAL, -
lIICIUBLISON L. WRIGHT, of Philadelphia
SURVEYOR GENERAL,
JOHN BONE, of Franklin County.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
4as3tm.tyr I4W swim_
6111L3lijR1 4 _, of Pittsburgh
DISTRICT AnoILIET:
JOIIN N. M'CLOWItY, of Pitt.A.urgh
SAkn . f.: riPEET., of )3irmingham
AS.SCILIILII
JOSEPH. H. DAVIS, of Allegheny City;
SAMUBB W. MEANS. of Robinson township;
PHILIP H. STEVENSON, of Moon township;
JACOB STUCRRATII, of Allegheny City:
ANDREW JACRSON BEAUMONT, of Pittsburgh
- eorort-r roVirisalwria:
EDWARD CAMPBELL, JA, of Pittsburgh
JAMES BLAc'KINIOII.F., of Pittsburgh
• COGNIR Ant2oll;
JOIEIN T. STISIM.FS, of 'Pittsburgh
COMA' slim - it:
JOEL KETCHUM, of Elizabeth
'DIRECTOR OP ME POOR:
THOMAS :NEEL, of Tar6ntum
PROSPERITY OF OUR CITY
The country, at the present time, is most
prosperous, and with a prospect of its long
continuance in pros perity.
''"'ln our own city, the business in all de
partments during the p resent year has been
better than for ten years before. The work
ing classes have been gladdened by plenty
of work and prompt pay. We do not recol
lest a period for twenty years, when so few
persons were idle, who were willing to work.
.'The recuperation' which has followed the
great commercial crisis of 1857, is,a healthy
cihk • ' aenerag bu'shieSs has been resumed,
and OPerations in all branches, are going for-
Ward Ste:Willy and healthily. Confidence is
restored, and people who have money are
ready and willing to keep it moving. New
enterprises are readily undertaken. The
amount of building which has been done in
our city this season, has put into the hands
of laborers, a vast amount of profitable
Work. The building of passenger railways,
is a, new evidence of our prosperity. A
'great city thrives in no small degree upon
the wants and desires of its own population.
. Events change the localities and currents of
trade, and that which is expended in meet
' ingthe'demands of these changes is a pliblic
blessing. Pittsburgh is essentially a manu
factiti:mg,'not a trading city. Her wealth
consists in that which she produces,—not
which 'She buys and sells. The smoke of
r•7•Lier furnaceS, the coal of here hills. her
mammoth iron mills and machine shops,
fitinish the means and material of her
presperity. They furnish employment for
rail, and all are thus made comfortable and
happy.
A stranger visiting our city with but a few
...., : hours_to stay, would almost invariably leave
a wrong impres•don of its extent and
;,- - z--faCilities for business. tmrs is not a slims y
„:;;;.41.1; although we . have nemy fine buildings.
the 'stranger be shown around our
2:', 7 lloKmanufacturing establishments, as were
the gentlemen who visited us from cinein
nati; during the present week, and at one,'
the importance and extent of our manufac
turing interests, is evident to the mind.
:These: use all most prosperous now, and
with a fair prospect of continuing so.
The effects of the incoming crops will be
felt this fal4-in ftirnishing the means to-pur
chase
.manufactured articles, and a. large
and safe business may be anticipated. The
.merchants are making preparations for it as
well as the manufacturers, and as soon as the
hOt month of August is over, our city will
present a scene of business activity, such as
has not occurred for many rears. Eery
.present indication warrants us in aying
this.
A Peace Preguant with War.
Ono of the first effects of the sudden and
iffisatisfactory peace concluded by the emper
ors of France and Austria, is to rouse the in
habitants of the town of Romagna to the most
.active revolutionary movements. These towns
have placed themselves in communication
with Bologna, and a provisional junta has
been formed, to guide the movements of the
revolutionists. King V ictor Emanuel has re
'fused the dictatorship of the Romagna, hut his
sympathies appear to be warmly in favor
of the insurgents,. and he has consented to be
come the leader of the revolutionary troops,
which they art raising for a war of independ
ence. The Pope is ufraid to send his troops
against these insurgents, lest the scenes which
occurred at Perugia should be repeated. Will
France now step in to quell she insurrection ?
!OKI if it dOes not, what guarantee has the
""Pope l the Presidency which he has been of-
The Italians of the Romagna have
been kept down by the presence of _Prince Na
pol6on's army. The French troops removed,
end the late ally of France fomenting the d Lor
• • !Inia, low is the integrity of thOPapal domin-
ions 'to be maintained? Perhaps the French
. kiiiperor sees his way clearly, and has a recipe
for pll these political maladies. If he has, he
will accomplish more than any other man
would like to attempt with any prospect of sue
, cess. The peace evidently rests_upon temporary
expediency, and not upon any sound political
principle, or thejust rights of the people, and
hence it can last only so long as force can
maintain it, with warring elements continual
ly at work to cause its rupture - at any mo
ment.
Press, on the anniversary
us in a neat new dress.
- ;,:r."'„,e.: - .. - .journal, the city of
Mr. Buchanan's Position.
"Ion," of the Baltimore Sun, who hasob
tained a high reputation for the sensi f b
of his views of public matters, thus
spenks of the , offects of Mr. Buehanan'srecent
letter to JudgeLM'Candlesis in promoting hie of
ficial induction. dnring ;the remainder of his
Presidentiul - tirm '
. .
is tcr:'be hoped..that the Presidefit'S;i4n
letter to Mt. M'Candless will satisfy the most
incredulous determination to retire frorripublic
affairs at the close of his present term. So
long as he is considered as a candidate for the
re-election, the motives of his measures will be
subjected to misrepresentation. His positive
annunciation at this time of a determination
to retire at the end of his term Will greatly in
crease the confidence of the country in the wis
doin of his measures. His influence with the
nest Congress will' he much promoted by it.
At the same time it will enable him toilet with
the more decision and vigor in the course
of proceedings which he may deem advisable
for the public interest.
- Another marked effect of Mr. Buchanan's
declination is the liberty it gives to some poli
ticians to avow their individual preferences for
it candidate to succeed him. While Mr. B.
was supposed to be in the field, few of the
friends of any members of his cabinet for the
succession would avow their prefernees. Now
it will be otherwise. The claims and prospects
of many eminent men, some of them in the
Cabinet, others in Congress, and others in pri
vote lift, will he freely discussed.
Sardinia as Now Constituted.
The stiperficies of Lombardy, ceded to Sar
dinia by the recent treaty of peace, is 8,538
square miles. Its population is 2,800,000 souls.
Lombardy has hitherto been divided, adminis
tratively, into ten provinces or delegations,
viz: Milan, Pavia, Sodi, Corma, Cremona,
Como, Mantua Sondrio, Breschiaand Bergamo.
mo. The fortified towns of Mantua and Peschie
ra form part of the province of Mantua. The
fortress of Pezzighetton is comprised in the pro
vince of Cremona. including Lombardy, the
kingdom of Sardinia will contain a superficies
of 37,540 square miles, with a population of
7,800,000. As regards territorial extent, it will
occupy a tenth rank in Europe, and will come
immediately after the kingdom of the Two Si
cities, and before Portugal and Bavaria. With
respect to population, Sardinia will stand in
the ninth rank, on a level with Naples, and
will bo above Sweden and Norway, Belgium
and Bavaria. The following table completes
the comparison as regards Italy :
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Pll tl .tat,
fti- at )
M , n
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Royal Deaths
Death has been busy in the royal families of
Europe, during the present year. The King
of Naples, the King of Sweden, an Austrian
Archduke, a Princess of Wurtemburg, the
Prince of Liechterstein, tt Tuscan Archduchess
and some other, of royal blood, have died
within a few months, and now we have intelli
gence of the death of Queen Stephanie, of
Portugal. Speaking Of the latter deceased
queen, the Philadelphia fiatirtin r ays:
„ 1t wa: only in May of last year that the
illustrated journal, were tilled with de-eriptions
of the marriages of this young princess. The
marriage, by procuration, took place at
Aran and the. marriage in person at lAA
bon, May 18th, 1858 ; the bride stopping in
England for value days as the guest of Queen
Victoria, before going to Bel) her husband.
She was the daughter of the reigning Prince of
liohenzollern-Sigmaringen, and was born July
14th, 1 ti 37. Her portraits indicate considera
ble beauty, and she has been described a
lady of many cluirms and 'Mich intelligene , .
Her death is much more a matter for grief than
was the death of the tyrant Rumba, of
of the imbecile Wear, of Sweden, for both
of whom all the courts of Europe have lately
worn " the trappings and this sults of woe."
GrAcKLEY has had many- and peculiar
troubles In his Rocky Mountain rambles.--
Vie know not t trt particular cause of his
troubles on some occasions, as, for instance,
one alluded to by himself thus, in a letter from
South Pass, dated the day attar the •• glorious
Fourth:" "1 exhausted all the possibilities
of obtaining !edging in Laramie before ap
plying to the commandant of the post, but no
one else could, or would,' afford me it shelter on
any terms, so 1 made a virtue of mseessity and
applied to Captain Clark, who at once assigned
me a room—there being few troops at this
post at present—and for the live days that I re
mained there I slept between a floor and a roof,
after five weeks' es perienee of the more primi -
tire methods of keeping cold and storm at
bay." What a end chapter in the history of
Greeley's travels!'
A PHILADELPthA clergyman—the 1.,•t. .1
Chambers—is very indignant with the new,-
papers for easing that he role home from his
church on a Sabbath day. Listen to his mild
In the more that, thirty-four vearq
of my ministry in this city, I defy any 01101,
who has any respect for himself, r othe Lest
regord for truth, to say I ever entered a car•
riage to ride home from my church. I, there
fore, charge the author of the above statement
LLB guilty of a willful end mid Wiorim
lalse
hood
TEIE latest case of default in New Volk
city, is that of a wealthy merchant down town,
who found a deficit of $lO,OOO in the account
of one of his clerks. He culled the defaulter
to account, and told him that if the money
was not returned, he would arrest and expose
him. The clerk mildly informed his employer
that ho reckoned he should not return the cash,
and that ho had a sutticient offset. Offset,"
said the merchant, " what do you mean by
offset 7" "I mean my wile," replied the
clerk. Not another word was said about the
$lO,OOO.
HENRY GRATTAN the younger is deud. He
was once Member of Parliament for Meath, in
Ireland, and only surviving eon of the great
Henry Grattan. The event took place rather
suddenly on the 10th ultimo, at his residence
in the County of Wicklow. Mr. Grattan was
among the faithful few who adhered to Mr.
'O'Connell throughout his stormy career of Irish
agitation. - Mr. Grattan leaves no male issue,
his children consisting of two daughters, both
recently married, and who, it is to be presum
ed will inherit his large estates. Disease of the
bona is said to have been the a ause of death.
Tut; Treaty of Villatranca, according to the
editor of the Courier dos E(ais Unis, is not to
be considored as a sort of accident ; on the
contrary, " we must expect to see it assume
the proportion s of the greatest event of the
country, from the point of view "of the now
French policy." Tho samo intelligent writer
also tells us that we may be sure that "behind
the Italian question, now apparently settled,
will arise in a manner, more or less vehement,
an English German question."
In other words, Waterloo has yet to be
avenged.
THE Winans' steamer, at Baltimore, made
another experiment trip on Saturday last.—
The American says that the result was in every
respect eminently, satisfactory. A uniform
speed of fifteen miles an hour; carefully timed
by the:buoys, was attained with thirty-six rev
olutions per minute, the boilers working to
about one-third of their capacity; and it be
ing, even to the inexpert in these matters, ap
parent that they were playing with their
work.
THERE were six hundred visitors at Bedford
Springs, last week.
3IR. SECRETARY COBB has gone to Georgia,
to see his family.
THE PEACE OP VILLAPRANCA
The Meeting of the TwcrEmperors..-Order
of the Day of Franels Joseph--Italian,
German, French and Estituateti
of the Peace--The Condit:Mu lu whlelt•it
Leaves Italy.
TIM INTERVIEW OF TUE TWO Emr.F.Rolts
1 - corn,pondenee of the London Times.]
. Ties
Vit.hAritANcA, Monday, July l
I arrived here early this morning, but had I
come the day before, 1 could not have wit
nessed more than . I did. Orders dictated by a'
feeling of delicacy, had been kidert that only"
privileged persons should approach the place
of the interview. Every care had been taken
not to wound the pride of the "Emperor of.
Austria, to whom it would doubtless have been
disagreeable to have been exposed too much to
public view. Tho fleeting of the two sover
eigns was fixed for nine o'clock. • Atli quarter
before, Napoleon ill arrived at the spot, and'
he came before the time in order that he might
go on for a short distance to meet the Emper
or of Austria.
Francis Joseph soon made his appearance,
and seeing. that his late adversary had courte
ously- come to-receive hint, urged forward his
horse. When the two parties had come near,
the escorts stopped short, and the Emperors iid
vaneed into the centre of the unoccupied spare.
The escort of the Emperor Napoleon was com
posed of MaNhall Valliant, Gen. Mastimprey.
Gen. Fleury, the officers of the imperial house
hold and of his stall, and of a squadron of tlw
Cent Gardi.es and one of the Guides, all in their
splendid full dress uniffirms. ills Majesty
rode the tine bay horse which he has used sine,
the commencement of the carol ,sign. Ile wore
the undress unitorm of a general of division,
with the kepi. The Emperor of Austria aliio
wore an undress cap, and FIAY, a squadron of
his hotly guard. composed or nobles, arid it
squadron of hulans.
It is said that he was much struck with the
martial bearing of the French eitvalry,and that
in presence of the Cent Gerdes and the Guides,
the Austrian body guardand the hulans did
not appear to advantage. Iln the two Save
reigns meeting, in the mid space they courte
ously saluted aid shook hands. The Emperor
of Austria appeared pleased with the cordial
welcome and open manner of the Emperor Na
poleon. The two Emperors retold tred for /l
moment alone in the middle of the 'said and
exchanged a few words. They then rociproeal
ly present:isd the otricers of their stuffs : and the
moment aco-c tip! .q.v..no officers were inter
mingled, and Marshal Vid I hint was seen in con
versation with Limon de Hess. Napoleon 111.
and the Emperor Prancia Joseph then ad
vanced Side by side towards Villa Franca, the
Cent Gerdes giving the precedence to the body
gnard of Austria, who led the way, but the
Guides passed before Hulans. At Villa Franca
the hou-ouf 11. Carlo Morelli, situated in the
principal street of the town, had been prepar
ed to receive the two sovereigns.
The. Emperor of An-trig had pa,n4l a night
there heffire the battle of, Sollerino. It is a
habitation coltlforlldde, but Tdmple, and not re
markable for any extraordinary attraction. 1
had visited it early in the morning, and saw, in
addition to the bedroom of the Austrian, Em
peror, the sitting-room in which the_confer
ence Was pews S.M.' hours later. The
furniture and curtains were green, and the
walls painted in distemper. There were sev
eral seat= fir a unions kinds, but only two arm
vhair,:. In rho centre was; :In oblong table,
covered with a green chilli, and no it was
placed, just ns I entered, a va-n nil freshly pain -
erra flOWero, Which quite perfumed the room.
It was there that_ for upward, of an hour and
a half. the two Emperors were seated diseuss
ing the highest. interests, and without any one
being pre , ent. From a f is hing of du-Beery.
the Kin.- of Piedmont wits not invited to the
•
interview. It ran not but be allowed
that the pre!Tenee of a =ut't'erer is Id way: ,
morn annoying and hitch-ruble than that
of a rival or of a conqueror. While
the interview was going on, I was out
side in the street, whence I could see the es
con's, some remaining seated mi their horses.
while others had disinounted. Itut not the
slightest sound was hoard every kind Of con
versation wai suspended ; and ah Feemod dom
inateTl involun•Arily by a verlain et - note - in nro
dneed by the importance of the incident which
was passing. As to what took place inside, 1
• cannot say anything: all that I know is that
when the two sovereigns i- , mist forth front the
bo:1 1 perfectly sathdled.
The word to Mill/Tit Wa, given, and in an
instant all worn in tho saddle. The Emperor
' of Austria uttered it few words expressive of
the admiration lir f-it far the Preach army,
3larshal Vaillant and Generali Mart
i imprev and Flou•' , the honor of shaking hands
them. Tie; two sovereigns then took
leak e of ~thief with the greatest cordiality:
and tlw next moment earn splemlid rertecc was
on the way hack to the . place from which it
had started. The Emperor of the French en
tered Valeggio it little time otter 11.
seasonable.
We copy the following from some ii iiva ti e,si
of 111r.i. Partington Tl , l.ii Look, soon to
be issued from the pre •S of Messrs. ItriTwn,
Taggard & Chase, of Boston:
WNTI1111,:f: et.Aegs. Are you going to
any watering place tide •minnier'." !TATA n young
friend of Mr:. Partington, an one of The r u nt
day -T, the present week. She had j 11.4 put up
the indow to keep out the damp and disagree
able air, and pulled her hapilkerilief more up
over her shoulder to keep Mr Om chill.
•Watering places,' said she, with o gentle top
on the cover of her box, at OW t.imetnoli
ing at Ike, who was engaged in making a kite
out of the last Purntan Rreordcr, that the dame
had lain by for her Sunday reading water
ing pias.as I dont think much of, no w -a-dayA.
There ain't 130 r,u4 of. 'em since the lucky
motives have run oil with the slates: but Ones,
us the old pumps stood by the wayside. nr,der
the ambiguous trees, with a hollow log for the
cattle to drink out of, - it seemed like a horses in
ti desert, as some of 'ern used to say.' •Mr
dear madam,' raid her young friend, • 1 mean
the fashionable watering where people
spT•nd the summer.' ' she replied,
that's it, it' Well \re needn'tgo away fr o m
home to And a watering place to-clay;and
them that do, depend upon it.'—and here stir,
laid her mouth elo:e to his ear, and spoke in a
whisper---;‘they go for something el.ae be-sides
the water.' Liihe gave him a queer look its sine
said this, and pointed significantly to the little
buffet irf the corner, where an old fashioned cut
glass decanter stood. surrounded by half dozen
little glasses, as if they were young decanters
-just hatched 'out: but what she meant we dare
not attempt to explain. Ike just then finished
his kite by burning the holes for the 'belly
band' with thesmall point of Mrs. Porting Lon's
scissors, that had been heated red hot for the
purpose."
Popel al I
W E subjoin the following atfei-ting obituary,
which we have culled from the St. Paul Aibi
nc,seticn of the 27th inst :
DIED.—In this city, a night or two since,
the People's Theatre, aged a little more than
two years. It has long been lingering in an
evident decline, and hopes were once inn while
entertained that it might survive. In fact,
we confess to having attempted to assist in pro
longing its existence. lint all in -vain. It's
fate was sealed—rest quiet cat in peace. It is
dead---dead—gene up, bust, fizzled out, caved
in, beyond redemption, and its wilhom mann
nger keeps a peanut stand at kinne-ha-ha
Tun Chicago Press and Teibime Says that
since the fifteenth day of last. May, the price
of standard wheat has fallen in that market
seventy-four rents per 6usloel I •It says that' the
result to grain dealers and speculators has
been very d'sastrous all along the lakes, and
that the hisses at Chicago, Milwaukee, Racine
and other points, cannot bo less than a half
million of dollars !
BLONDIN'S star is tube outsbOne by that of
ono W. T, Aymar, who proposes, we are told,
if Mr. Porter will allow scaffolding to bo erec
ted on Goat Island, to turn a somersault down
into the water, at the foot of theisland,achipth
of one huridred and seventy feet from where ho
springs. This will assuredly be surpassing the
rope walker, and beating him at a bohnd.
Two mtus of gold weighing twelve hunched
pennyweights, are the product of thelabor
of fourteen hands, seven weeks, in .a mine in
Lincoln county, Ga.
THE Secretary of the Navy has returned to
Washington and resumed the duties of his De
partment. •••
THE Now York .Eveiziag Day Book comes to
us in a new and elegant dress.
HUNT SZ: :tillska have Frank Leslie and the
Lady's Book for August, the liewYork Ledger
for next week andall the best periOtlicals of the
day at their Literary Depot in 3Disonie
.. A :raw Democratic paper to be called " The
Union," is shortly to bo published at Hunting
don, in:this State. .
SECRETARY TOCCEY has returned from his
northern trip.
On Wednrsolny morning. August al, SANNIE
Wife or William 14.13arrol v aged thirty yearn.
Tlio'friornis of the family are invited to attend, the fu
neral on Friday morning, at 10 o'clock, from the St. Clair
Hotel.
Plallimore papCts please Copy.]
Vi'catiness of thc Stomach and Ilidigection
.4,,utt,,. Great Ca:c Efiicfra by M.11.+41
The wife of PIETER Ds WITTE; living in
Holland Tow n, Sheboygan county, Wisconsin, suffered
mueli from 11 . cobit., of the Shouvich .211 Indili.stiwz. She
ling been under a physician, care for some time.bul the
de.ere.n seemed to baffle oven List skill Shepurcliased
sonic At 11.f..1.N1f BITTERS atom office, which leo giv
en tone In her stomaeln her appetite and strength are
returning. rind we firmly beileVe hat .this in another
great cure of IT your medicine.
\V,' have still to record fumy wonderful cures effruded
by this remedy, brat must wait another opportunity t hie
thing you call rely upon, w but we have published rare
from per Nous much respected in our eommumtv, and
are literally true. .1. gill
S/u/..,mput SlitP,njilt;
Rcrid hiirlilv Coneentraled
Bairn:Lye'slland Bitters I , 4put up in flair pint bottles
and n•laileil 1,• dollar per brittle. Tile art • ttt
denialtd thtei truly cri ll. lidirated 31edieinti Iraq indutivil
Thane imitations, which the should guard agaiind
purellasing. Beware of mu...inn - in! Ere thntour muse
I: nu the 1:114.1 of V..in
BENJAMIN PAi;E: 4".:0., Sole Proprietor?, No
AV.a..1.101,ve,n Fir,t ee l Soiotiii AL .
Virtu Zduertisements.
Dissolution.
THE FIRM (1 KNAP. CARTER, WIL
soN co., has heel] ,h,sulvcd by the death of
Henry Carter and
Augu4tl,l,lsMt.
The or the late tirm
I CO. IVIII to ,1111.111 , • , 1 I. the tuhlenogn.nl limier the
firm•r:nny of KNA P. : , :c1.1.1" & CO.
KN
Erie of HENRY CA RTER,
JAM El WOOL) A et).
HIAWATHA
NIIT AND BOLT FACTORY
Potent 110E-Pre,:pd Nut., of all ,izt -, 9 en hand, and mon
Ennetured. Ai o. Bolts for Isrid Agrieol
Enrol Implement, Sc.. fitrlti,hed at ,hurt nonce.
IVarelkouse. No. 111 Water street.
align y NAP, SCULLS t Co.
TARENTITM CAMP MEETING.
TRAINS OVER
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD,
WILL RUN AS FIJI, Di \VS :—Dri art
from Pitt,l.urgh Stmioti
AUGUST,
lath, Wedr,day, 9:2 , i a, M. fin 0 P SL.
111 , .. Thar-43y. at .1.1 S. M. f,..a P. 11.
l'Ztts, Friday. ..... 105 s. u. 1.00 P. 51. I. M.
/1:11t. Saillrday.aL Cala 1. 11. 9:ts.t p .
15115. Mond :I).AL 11:1. 1.11. 1P 1 :11 A. M. [O.. r. M.
11 1 111..1 . 11t•Pday. 11L. 1•IL1. M. !OA 5. 11. rool p.
171.11. IVtaine,lay, s. at. 9::al A. M. (0 1 11 1 1 M.
11•111, 7 I.ll,:jay, P.:A A. M. L.: 1 0 P. M.
—'0?) 1111 , 1 day, la addition, a tram wall 1,11 at Jan P.
It, 111Pil , :i.0 P. 11.
In•lirrinnq ;rn:nq n". 11 lePTe Ta,nalt, f
W. , lnt-Aday, nt...7:1 , 11 A , M. 11,7.0 A. n, 71,5
II ht. 7:nl A. M.
7:11) A. M. 2311/ P. M. 71.6 P. Al
Galt. S:uura ay, nl 7 . . , A) AM. 11'1)x. M. of p_y
Sion.hy.nt 1:1.1 A. M. 7UI i 35. 2110 I. 114
Int h. Tuusday, n, " . (A) A. P. 2:o11 e. It. 711:,
1711,11'ed , ,,,,1ay,in...7:trn A. M. 2:011 r. sr.
P(O,, Thurqday, at ..... .70.1 tu. 11:n1 71. r. sr..;
In chy, in add:. ion; n L - ain leave :it 7:0:. r.
P., and 111.%0
-1(41 tilts tiny. to itd‘ttt ion, nt 716 r.
—,0»1111.4 Jay, in addition, at 7:0:, v. al.
•
. . .
n.110:Z lsth I:. F. (INLY, Au ht_
NI ). CI )I,IV I, EET )11 SA I.E.
.Isvi ripz, or s; , t roorti,. Lsih morn.
iadilir and , 1111,in I reaa and trabbery. I.bl '22
friop bv S t drerti re. v lovaini. all In eund or
der. I'. ico 12 -.1. It.
cuTHILIEIer/k SON. 7,1 Market St.
ON CA 1:7 4 4)N EET-- A convenient
mitt. port ie., in f,..”1. part r,
elifimbers. kaohcu, Le.: large yard,
tree. mint ,Firlliak•t V. 1 , ,,r sill, k. ) .
S. C1:1 II ERT sSi Market stret.
I)E'EN El' THIS DAY—Shirting Cheeks,
)1,,,i,„,, Shirt
6.rwul A: C. 11AN , ON I),VE,
arei 71 Marker
G ENTS' Ft:IZNISII I NtA
Sill I:TS, t'01.1.41E.5. NECK -Tll-:,..1
Sill. Merin, Linen :ma e,,non Under G.arnenb,,
Su
[»mdorv. by
N, vw ()PEN I Neat, style dark print , .
Shirtiiii4 Print, liingharn, Clu•ak . Tick inks,
Shirt ittrtionl.. ,tyit•
01 . 1:i111S, C. II :A SHUN IA) VE.
74 Market .trpeL
IthiS. fresh. h)r sale by
HENRY If. (t/LI.INS.
I 1:( ) ().NIS.- I I ill
doz. o.rtiltro.mis Gtr
1.) isv ENILY 11. CI LLINM.
I. Pl,ll, Trout, :Mackerel nii,l
81,1rt , /i! iit• loy
I • :
tor ,ille
111.:NItY 11. C 4
1111 az- , oulsti IViuo low (Ii
0,01 I'NRY 11. CnLi.lSs.
$)0 IiEWAIt I/.
1 4 ,111)1 .EN ollSatur,lay,
isAY 1 1.11:. - :.yeftr ,
one 1.111,1 hffft xi fifty, , ifrof on CIO! ,1411.,
31,1 Ilfl4l,
,:11.1111, 11ii.1 fin an .1.1 III.4:1DIr [III .I,lk
Hot', ThY thu-f qf fro haiffy e. Ji tllti
t 11N 1 , 71 - 1% All,, 111E11, {lll,
had f.ii 14,1: yy.ft nil I.t-if.l lint.
The al_ff:ft, re, ant oil! tiff p 31.1 iffr thy unary uud thief.
or ffue-.li.flf fur yfther. 11. 11. pArrEusus
. .
U N
:or :L wo,tory
hon.., of tour ro..niri and es II :Ir. WWI tot toryl,llll,l
'2O feet front on Vito by 1.64. fit des.), on an
So nate none the I srplinn Allelzheny (Vv. For
4ult. Si5N,
!Slarket Ftrert.
A Two.sT( fly FOR s:5511 :
roo:11s; -1(11:140 m Allecheny City. For
:We Iks cpTIIBEItT R SIN,
fIITY I'iIoPERTY Fol:
promiTiVnt nt:111,1, for riot. Also
dw'olhug -r -I; rt.ril
EIMEIDEIMEM
1 31 7 1iE SALT! PLTIZEs.A.,I4!
THE irCIA WARRANTED 'PRE AND Dili
Table, Dairy and Packing Salt,
I+ man Itfacturml by thu
Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing Coutpany,
39r. PENN STREET, ABOVE CANAL
nrO:An-tmith
AINA SToVE WORKS.
ALELICANDER DRADLRY,
XANUFACTIIrrIt AIM DCA= IN =at VARIETY Or
Cooking, Parlor & Heating Stoves,
PLAIN AND FANCY (IRATE FRONTS, &C.
Sole Proprietor of the Celebrated
PATENT GAS BURNING AND SMOEE CONSUMING
COOK STOVES.
0111V0 and Sr IPI4 Rooms,
0c12.3,1y2p Nil 4 Wood sired, Pillshuroh
• • •
0 77 A 1,
MRS.- M. A. WEAVER'S MILLINERY
STORE is removed from No. Y 4 Fifth street, to
No. 21 , 0 n the opposite side of the street, nest deer to
Eaton, Creo Co.'s new Moro, seeond story. fatml
T ill; OLDEST AND LARGEST
Lithographic kablishment in the City.
WM. SCHIJCIIMAN
PRACTICAL LITH 0 GRAPH E R
CORNER THIRD AND MARKET STREETS,
DUFF'S COLLEGE BUILDINGS,
PITTSBURG 11, PA
jy2l:ly2p
FURNITURE FOR CASH-A f u ll ft .,-
sortment of Pittsburgh manufactured FURNI•
TURF, embracing
BUREAUX,
JitOQ.K.CASE.9,
WARD R 081,13,
And every articleneeded in a well furnished dwelling . ,
as well as a splendid assortatent of
OFFICE FURNITURE,
Constnntly on hand and made to order. As the only
terms on which business is done at this establishment is
for CASH. prices:we made negordingly. I'ersons in want
or anything in the above lino, would be advantaged by
calling at • FACKINER &
N 0.103 Smithfield street, below Filth.
J. D. Fscruvre,
'TOW( AL • mr"Sttly
91HE ATTENTION OF MEN OF MODE-
J, RATE MEANS is called to the Offer for sale of
forty of the most eligible
BUILDING LOTS
in the Second Warn, Allegheny City. The prices are
suited to the bard times, and tune will be given to suit
all purchasers. For portionlars inquire of .
ALEXANDES. HAYS, Surveyor,
Corner East Common and Water street,
noa Allegheny City
ENTE E LFII.O A R.D I NG.---Si x gentlemen
A.J4 ixiiihe accommodated 'rich rooms and hoarding,
in a iirst-elaes boarding house, pleasantly located on
Liberty street, tiro minutes walk irom the 'business por
tion or the cite. For further information apply to W.
IT. NV FIITNIEA. at the office of the Morning Post.
augttf
MEN GROSSgood Round Cane hoops, just
reeeked and or sale at JO S. HORNE'S,
aug2 . _ No. 77 Market Went.
(1001) SHIRTS, for men, at $1,50, and
warranted to give satisfaction. always for sale at
aug2 JOS. 110R.2E'S, 77 Market, street.
BLACK ENGLISH CRAPES, of the
make, by the piece or yard, always at low prices,
at 77 Market street. (nu.V) Jt)S. HORNE.
AT COST, AT COST, Summer Teininlings
and Embroideries. JOSEPH. HORNE,
al/g2 77111arket street.
_
AMOTHER LOT of the new Woven Skirts
just receitatt, at 77 Market street.
!Mg . - JOSEPH . HORNE.
STOC3K. 238.03KMP.,
325 Walnut St., Philadelphia.
. . ..
Stock llooglit and Sold on Commission at ltnard of Bro- .
hers; also in Boston, Nen' York and Baltimore. .
ont.,ttt•lio
LOCUST GROVE SEMINARY,
• FOR YOUNG LADIES,
' D.A.I77B,MINTCPCTILLF.L
TTIE N FAT A N NITA I. SESSION, of two
terms. tic months to ft, will open on TUESDAY,
THE IfiTII OF SEVIEMBER, at a o'elock,A. M.
The Faculty of Teacher:: a to, fi lled their situations
with each distingui9lied silo:es, during the pat year.
continue their vonneetion with the in,litution.
Uu 11,201111 t of the greatly increased facilities for travel
atthrdeit by the new Passenger Railway, alimiteit number
of Day Pupils will be received from Pittsburgh. The
number of Boarding pupils is Moiled to thirty. Early
applications are d,-irable.
circular, containing, general information, term=.
may t.. had at Davis' out Davison's, Booksellers, and at
Kleber's and Mellor's, Mmie Dealers; or by addressing,
throueli Pittsburgh Po-thifie.,
auelasitsep2o REV. (lEORUE T. RIDER, A. M.
EW AND ENTERTAINING BOOKS
Sixtylyear, of a Lifetime. by John Brown
PopnlarTales from the Norse. by Dusent.
Acadia: a Month Among, the Blue Noses, by Coz
ns.
Pevolketions of tieoflrey Hamlyn, by Henry King,
3lieheliTs e. I,' Amour.
liwen Here, hi Poyins. in blue and gold.
Antobnwraph) tiardAbli.
The Bortratn , , Lc tho anther of Dr. Thorne.
Striekland'. , Queens of no 41 and. vol. S. •
Walter Thorni,y, by the author of Allen PreseotL
The Ihinian,•, , u rrn ,
Itiodinn's Art of Extempore Speaking.
.101 m Halifax. (tent., new edition ilhritrated.
'lllO Laird of Norlaw, s Seotto4l4 Story.
The Wars of The [lieu, by J. 6. Edgar.
Louggreth en the How,. Her.
Hoek land's 4 'lrll,44itit, of Natural Hikury.
Th. Cat allot, by U. P. H. James.
The Tin T 1,11111110... Cf.
suet K 1Y & CO., 55 Wood stns
I.EALEAS IN •,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
The tinliscrilwrs respectfully announce that Sancta
made by then! are guaranteed to tit; will he forwarded
In any part of the Union, en receiving from the parties
sending the orders, their personal measurement in
uncle, aecording to the formula Kitten below.
liententlier the size must be carefully and accurately
taken. as all necessary allewanees hie made by the cut
ter of the establvdonent.
Fi—t—slioi :wound the neck.
around the Wrict-
Tb;,,l—Mize around
the dust, immoduttely below the
arntlals.
F,,, , ,th—From the middle of shoulder, length of arm
to wrist joitiL
hilts-11riuht Of per. , , , 00, from the shoulder to th
knee-pan.
rho is quite unique, and will he of great value
goatlalacit at ft ft,talaat t wit., find it imp.s,ible of
*Jill At l , oan Slarte to Ito,. to styi., uoti tit,
.‘l-0. "nI Mold. full a,o-ortmeut or Shirts if 011 r mat
oLivture. An) orders addr.,sed to on by mud, will 1,
promptly at tetol,.l
I'. S :stabe by what 4 . . , IIVPyfItIVO they alre to I
L. !I I RSIIFF.I,I, a SUN.
JP ) No. na Wood street.
CEA PET: STILL.--:
Which I pm setliuq ntn grv.ll, reduction_ from enkL
4 110 i), ~•111. 0 a har:nin. liom
neher 01.
plaeo, itt tho Cheap ONII Hi ore of
jyr.o- Market.,:t... second door from Fifth.
CL* PSI N(3 urr ! CLOS] NG OUT ! !
9ur entire stork or
11 , toreromovin, In our NEWi , TOI:I , .-Eliced ON 1 , 11. - 1'
STREET.
iy:loran, and Market et. orum 1,
w, ,h; ct)LLAns .._ ,
4- , all to snit the lArgest New Foundland or tl
oo.Wo-trTerro.7. I•on,1
171PNER & P:U.11I;11,
78 Nni str..f.t
II at
:to
MISSES' ANKLE TIE
A tire. 311 7 1 1,ef.11.041
.1:1" 2 R
THE IRON CITY TRUST CO.
No. iG Liberty Si., Pittsiburgh.
6EI , II:GE E. WARNER, Pi •
RuISERT C.. , (7llmEirrz. Ca hier.
T"'iNSTITUTI( )N \VI FL BE OPEN
uel re 3,1% for hte..ine..,o. MtPNIIAY, the FIIIST
DAN' \
nn.de 111 all the PrinCirild eines of the
['nit, .1 t 4 tntes :Ind me Uonadas, and pro,eed, promptly
rrmit ted to any deemed leant on day of rnatunty,
Exchdno : ,n the Principal taies of the fast and
W,A
Deposit, received in P. - ir und ellrelll. Funds
Intere-t :Mowed en flute acp , ,its. iy27:ln-
ti ENsr FRENCH CA.LF BOOTS, SHOES
13.. !Uhl
Se I ling eiy low tai close out, At
61 /dal ke. sire
E BCEI3IERTZ k Co:g,
0' 33 No. 31 Fifth street.
1)110'1'03RAll, A M BROTYPE, :NIEL A N
i,TYPE AND DAGUERREOTYPE GALLERY,
I ',rarr Fifth and - Groat sfrects.—Tho subscriber has
ur uf. I,OIIIS in M7IOIIE'S BUILDING. is now
take htliene,e , 111:11 CANNOT FAIL TO
GIVE sATIsEA(IION.
Call and examina the c‘,lleel 4 , 11.
A. LANE,
t'Anina nf Fifth tuld Grant atreeta
RAILROAD SPIKE COMPANY
Jos. Dilworth. D. W. C. Bidwell,
P 7 o:',, Roy, d'..slcctt.)
Si iNI , VILTITEAS Or
RAILROAD SPIKES,
CHAIRS AND DOAT SPIKES,
Car. of Water at. and Cherry alley,
iy2l;:ly PITTSBURGH, PA
FRENCH AND
AMERICAN CONFECTIONARY
leo Cream, Cakes, Soda Water, Cam Drop?, nod Con
femiona of all kinds always on hand.
IVC6 42 St. Clair street.
LADIECOLORED GAITERS
S'
To c10,c5 out. pi - pv . 1,41,, 4, I reeiriug our fall goo
ALL KINDS OF SUMMER
TTUS BAN D'S GA LCINEp G
MA NESIA •
large tinpidy of thia highly esteemed - and popu
lar urtiele pod. hiecived, and for Polo hy L. WILCOX,
jrZT col. Smithfield and Fourth its;
1 All aI"S
.1) rivalled preparation has stand the test of lank use,
and still stands at the head of the numerona prepitra
tions for the hair. A large supply just received; and for
ode by L. WILCOX,
.ir 27 (ir. Smithselil and Fourth sts.
Q.OFT FINISH SHIRTING MUSLIN.-
kj Another enso just receiveNl. Summer Goods sell
ing very low. C. LLOISON LOVE,
JS 2S 7.1 slarket
AMBROTYPES.-A ILEACTLITI, DU - R. 034 F
ncrues—warranted--can be MCI MN low as at any
first class establishment in the country, at
jy2S:lw WALL'S, Fourth street.
DO~L'TIC AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
of every variety. Also, Press Goods, Lace Man
ties, Stlla+, Hosiery, White Goods, &e.
C. mom& LOSE
lei 74 Marked *treat.
gr a ,oslNG OUT, all our Summer Goods,
such as Lawns. Itenacea, Ducala, Lace Mantillas, a
1 C. LIANSZ/N LOVE, 74 Market street.
FRIAS LI SUPPLY of Leech's New Post
°Rico Directory, just received by
.1. R. WELDIN,
iY3O
G RANT'S CASES; VOL. 1., for sale by
.7. R. NI:ELWIN,
jy3o ' 63 Woodntreet near Fourth.
Xetr dvtrfisentents.
CIIARLES 11. KEEN,
L. HIRSHFELD & SON,
SHIRT MANUFACTURERS,
No. S 3 Wood Street
SoHE S ,, H.EI , SHOES,
J(tS1:141 H. IIoRLAND
S1:3131 Ii P. GOODS,
EATON, CIIEr, & ( 0 ,
UZILE.B,
TETT.ErS,
13G Woo4l .-ttvet
Ell=
:".1 Fifilt Ntreet
PATENT LEATHER GAITERS.,
F. A. MIERSCH & SONS,
Wholesale and Retail.
SELLING VERY LO\V
W. & SCHMERTZ L CO.
:11 Fifth street
HATS AND CAPS,
DODDS',
!p Wood Street,
ppe dgor Sopth of:Fitth
J. HARVY DAVIS 4 _OHN PHILLIPS TOSEPH H. DAVIS.
Dr4.l 7 4iS' 4 PHILLIPS,
BRASS FOUND.tRs: AND MANUFACTURERS,
• "Cr SJI 33 P. S ,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
PLUMBEVUMATERISLS, GAS FIXTURES, PUMPS AND BRASS WORK,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ,
Agents for Allen's Celebrated Steam and 'Water Guages,
MANUFACTORY NO. nO. WATER, AND 104 FRONT STS.,
PITTSBURGI-1, PENN'A:
Warerooms. 67 Wood street, Pittsburgh. and Federal street, Allegheny City.
aug3.6rntß2d'
New 3dvertiseutotts.
KOTIOE.—Books • will )e opened to. receive
subscriptions to the capital stock of the 1110
NONGALTELA 'PASSENGER RAILWAY COMPANY,
-at the St. Charles Hotel, in the rite of Pittshurgh.on the
Till RTBENTII DAY OF AUGOST, A. It, 1559, at lu
o'clock A. M., of said day. jy
CITY AND COUNTY INSURANCE COMPANY.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuance of an aet of Assembly relating there
to, and the Charter of Incorporation, iipprosed April
MIL 1839, Books to receive suliseriptiens to the Capital
Stoek of the City and County Insurance Company of the
eity of Allegheny', will re-open tittle , office of PETER.
PLTERSON, Federal street, Allegedly. on MONDAY, the
Ilth of July, and be continued until - the whole number
of chores are subscribed, from 9 o'clock, A. 31 , to 4
o'clock. P. 31„ each day.
Josiah King,, James L. Graham,
Henry Irwin, William B. Pusev,
-Peter Peterson, John Birmingham,
0. G. Craig, Win. P. Boum,
James Old. John Irwin, Sen,
Janice Gibson, John Sampson,
C. Yeager, George Lewis,
Samuel Gormly, Nicholas Voeghtly, Sen.,
John A. Scott, B. P. 3l'Dowell,
John W. Riddle, • David Greig,
Samuel Lindsay, Jun., J. Longmore,
M. Boreland, Thomas Farley,
L. 31. Evans, Alex. II ilands,
B. W.Poinidexter, Thomas Donnelly, .
James Park. Jun, Jame; A:Gibson,
L. Leet Shields, Cbmmi.teionem.
jyllaf
TO NEW CASTLE BY 'CANAL.
L..rAL° I , VM F F' r t;i - UNNFITW. V.CAVa.
forget that the daily line of Packet between New Castle
and New Bnghton Mill connect with the accommodation
train. on the 5:20. P. w, and with the B:lK.i, .t. at, at New
Brighton. Sc going by thin routo you trill save timefmd
money, winch is a grist object nt the Present time,' at
money is scarce, add the frost has done great damage
_je2.5:51n.c1
HUGH M. BOLE )
ENGINE BUILDER AND MACHINIST,
GREAT WESTERN PL.% INING 1111 LL, co , Mar
tian, and Dogile,ne
. Pitt.:tirgh. Pa., will make to
order, and warranted as good as eFin be made, the
following tnaehinerv, viz Steam Engines, Turning
Lathes. for wood and iron: Planers, for wood and iron;
Drilling h - whines ; Hansen and Tiibaceo Screws; Patent
right and Model Machines. in the best manner; Shafting.
Putties, and Hangers, of all sizes and variety; Screws. of
any diameter and pitch, to tureen feet in length. Wilt
also make. nod have on hand, Doctor and :Nigger En
gines, and . Deck. PunipS for steamboats, Jer. LMhe
..hear, aml other Planing done to order; can plane 12
inches wide, by a feet G inches long:
All Orth ,,, Fillednuti Barnadlo Solicited.
N 11.—Paritenlar :mention and promptitude given to
repairs on Printing Presses and other Machines.
Jylfelyibis
To Housekeepers.
OMETHING NEW.—B. T. BABBITT'S
S
BEST MEDICINAL, SALERATBS,
manuliutured
from common salt, and is plc Q
0 J ett ew entirely different from other fsaleratus u
All the deleterious matter extracted itl suet, a /
manner as to produce Bread. Biscuit, and all
lolt'ikinds of Cake, without containing . a particle oIIAiS . D
jSIII.I-11i ILI when the bread or eak e is baked; there-
„Jby producing whole:mine results Evert maid
l/cle Saleratus is turned to ga.., RlOpm,esll U
Ithrough the bread or biscuit while baking; con-
Irs , queiitly nothing remains but C 61111114111 Salt.
'Water and Flour. You will readily perceive by
Qdhe taste of this Salacious that it is entirely MI- 6 8
~, ferent (rein other :Later:atm.
It is packed in one ;salmi papers, each wrap
!per branded. B. T. Babbitts Best Medicinal
, llTh.slateratus." also. pimure, twisted loaf of bread..""
W . _!..11 , a glass rltterve.ing water on the top.-1.
7 o:s w „r i y a , ,, , u . p m ll l . p C i l , i r l.sl ;,, t/ r61,11,, ,, , , r •r t,),2,, ,0 1. 011 , 1 , 1
t rA
, next exactly like the lirst—brand
Full directions for making Brian' with tlib.
,Salcratus Mid Sour 31ilk or 'resin Tartu, wilt 4
e,acminpnrzy each package: also, directions' forlc 91-
u qdnuklng all kinds of Pastry; also, tar maltingi"
iStaiil \l and Seidlitr. Powders.
I. 5 .
051/
!HAKE vourt OWN so.n.p,
7 WITII
1;) B. T. BABrlrrrs PURE CONCENTRATED
PoTASII.
!Wart - anted double 1110. strun!.th of ordinary Pot-.
r put up in ran=-1 lb. 3 111',4_1;1ti... aud . ,.
V 12 fulldirections for nialiiipz lard:ind U 3
•
Ii . .
!Suit Comitimers will tied . 111 etteap..•
I,st Potash in market.
ANI Manufactured and for sale by
It. T. BA lift
No , and N. Y.. • ,
7 N4..r..s India floston.
NEW ARRIVAL
OF
":7
PIANO FORTES.
JUST I.ECEIVED, A NEW LOT OF
PIANOS,
From the Manufactory of
CHICKERING & SONS,
Of lit; and : octaves, and varioits Ayle of finiob
WALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED.-C 3.-
The public are invited to call and examine the stock
of the subscriber, which consist, of nearly
FIFTY PIANOS_
JOHN H. MELLOR,
lZipThree Excellent Piamoxto Rent.
NEW STOCK OF MELODEONS.
JUST RECEIVED-A SPLENDID NEW
lot. of MELODEON S. from, the
tottery of MASON 4 11,11MLIN. Boston, "
including all the styles made by this fiim.
These instroments have been approved
by the greatest musicians in the country—na Dr. Lowell
Mason, Geo. F. Root, W. B. 13neibury; and others—eon
sequently they van bo relied on as being first class instru
ments. They are noted for tne following points:
1. Their pure and musical quality of tone.
3. Their great power of tone.
3. Their perfect equality of tone.
4. Their prompt and easy touch.
5. Their beautiful style of finish.
C. Their durability.
:. Their cheapness of price.
For sale only by JOAN H. MELLOR,
No. 81 Wood street.
Descriptive eiienlari mailed to any address. [myl3
AVM. 11. WIIITNE V,
NOTARY P.' T_T MA IC_
OFFICE. at the Pittsburgh Post, Fifth
street, near Wood.
A HOMESTEAD FOR $lO.
A HOMESTEAD FOR $100:
ALL3O,
HOMESTEADS FOR $1 000 AND OVER,
BIITILTFI, ON AND - anlu
RAPPAHANNOCK RIVJER:
AUOVZ ADD 6111.0 W
Fredericksburg In Virginia.
•
ANEW TOWN CALLED ItAPPATIAN
NOCK,has recently been - bud out in Culpepper
comity, in the midst of the GOLD - REGION OF VlE
risn A, surrounded by Alusis and SLNt'o COMPANTrS 611.1.1
Farms and Town Lots in alternate divisions or summa,
can now be had fur a -MERE SONW." simply to INDUCE
art-nal:turf in-this desirable region. $151,900 worth of
land is to be divided amongst j,urchasers, GIVXN ACCAV,
as an inducement to come on and make improvements,
and the land is of the most improvable qualities. Many
have already settled, and scores of °there:in...coming.
Oben Ftamso r4r(6; in Warts of any siik CO suiCpurella
sers, can also be had at from ten to twenty dollars pq
acre, payable in easy quarter yearly . instalments. Dii
'questionable tale.v wilt in' el ca,us Lc Utren.
A . GENTS ARE WA N'ti;lll'
Evety~heiatQ.'setttllesleads. Liberal ilebleemenls
will be given. For particulars addr,.,ss
E.'IIAUDEIt, Land Agent,
jyie:tf Port Royal, Virginia..
NEW FIRM.
GALLAGHER, CRAIG & CO.,
BRASS FOUNDERS,
STEAMS .
TEA AND , GAS PIPE FITTERS,
PLUMBERS and FINISHERS of all kinds of brass
work,-.
DEALERS IN GAS FIXTURES, &C.
Office and Wareroom, No. 124 Wood at.,
• flve Doors - from Fifth.
Foundry, N 0.152 First st.,tive Doors below
- Monongahela house.
The well-known practical 'skill and experience in the
various branches of Brass Casting, Stearn and Gas Pipe
Fitting, of the senior members of the firm, (who will
glee their pemnal attention to all work entrusted to
them,) should entitle us to a share of public patronage.
All Orders Proisptly Frilled. 1
NORTHERN
ASSURANCE COMPANY
NO. 1, 310ORGATE sTsEET, LONDON.
CAPITAL •'• • 86,208,80 G oo
PAID UP CAPITAL AND SUP PLUs.. 2,104,111 02
ANNITAL - REVENUE, for the year
ending January 31,1858.
MITTS COMPANY 4NSURES AGAINST
1 Loss or Damage by Fire. almost every description
of Property. • The Rates of PreteUlm arc moderate, and,
in all C:.es, based upon the character of the owner or
occupant, and the merits of the risk
Looses promptly adjusted and paid without reference.
to London. special permanent fond provided,in Phi/a
dophiti for payment of laws in ibis country • •
REFELLENCES PIITSIMIGH :
Messrs. James M'Cully & Co., 174 Wood street;
John Floyd & Co.. 173 Wood street;
" Brown A Kirkpatricks. 193 Liberty street
P. Gregg & Co., 99 Woolf street; •
Wilson, Al'Elroy & Co., 54 Wood street;
" - James It'Condless & Co., IS; Wood street;
B nish A Co., 95 Water street;
" B. A.. Fahnestock & Co., First and Wood eta.;
" Jos. Woodwell & CO., Second and Wood ets.;
" Atwell, Lee A; Co.. 8 Wood street;
Co.; Fourth and Market streets
id'Candlcss. Means k Co, Wood and Water sts
serum:sem rs rrtnAstmemt.
George R. Stuart. Esq., 13 Bank street;
Messrs. Myers. Clsgliont Si Co., 232 Market street;
Wm. ACKer, A. Co., =South Front street;
M'Cutelieon & Collins, Front arid Aten'streets
Smith, Williams & Co., 513 Market street;
" James (Anthills A; C0.,;.M and 22 Letitia street
Joseph IL Mitchell, Esq., President Mechanics. Bank
James - Dunlap, Es q., President Union Bank;
lion. W. A. Torter,late Judge Supreme Court.
JAMES W. ARROTT, Agent,
TempOrary Office,ll.4l3 Wood street.
ALLEGHENY INSURANCE CO
OF PITTSCURCH.
OFFICE—No. 37 Fifth Street, Bank Block.
TNSIIRES AGAINST ALL KINDS OF
11 FIRE AND 'MARINE RISKS.
ISAAC JONES, President; JOILN D. lIcCORD, Vies
President; D. M. BOOK. Secretary; Capt.. WILLIAM
DEAN, General Agent. • • -
Dzsrerorts—Datte Jones. C. G. Hus-,ev, Harvey Childs,
Capt. R. C. Gray, John Wilson.l3.L.Fabnevtock, Jan,
D. McCord, Isaac 111 Pennock, R. P. Sterling, Capt. Wm.
Dean, Thos. H. Howe, Robt. H. Davis. -
DELAWARE MUTUAL
INSURANCE COMPANY
INCORPORATED BY TIM LEGISLA
TURE- 1 - OF PM",TNELVANIA,IB3S.
OFFICE, S. E. CORNER THJSD AND WALNUTS 2'S
runADELPET.A.
Marine Insurance.
ON VESSELS, I
(*Arran.
FREIGHT, j
INLAND INSURANCES
•
. - - - -
On Goods, by River, Canals; Lakes, and Land Carriages
- ; to all parts of the Union.
FIRE: rNSURANCY....s
On Merchandise generally,
On Storaa, Divelluag Houses, etc., etq p .
ASSETS OF THE COMPAIt
;N.:arm:eau-a 1, 1851.
Bonda. Mortgages, and Real=Estale.... ...... 71.3413 35
Philadelphia City 0 cent. Loan 105,144 00
Pennsylvania State , Loan. . . . . 101,4:5.00
United States Treasurer Notes . 30.113 50
Railroad 6 l.cent. Mortgage 80nd5......-.....- 573:5 00
Stocks in Railroada, Gas - and Insurance C05....0 •25,atv::. 50
Bills Ileeeivat le . . . . 201,066 3G
Cash on hand .. , . 42,007 85
Balance in hands of Agents, Premiums on).
Marine Policies recently issued, and otherol,Zo 14
debta due the Company.-- -..........-.. ... )
mascrons.
Win. Martin, Samuel E. Stokes, .
Edmund A. Souder, _ I. F. Peniston,
Theophil us Paulding, llenry Sloan,
John R. Penrose, Edward Darlington.
John C. Davis, H. Jones Brooke,
J tones Traquair, Spencer 3Pllvaine.
Wm. Eyre, Jr., Thomas C. Hand,
James C. Hand, - Robert Burton, .
Win. C. Luclivi_.,Lr Jacob P. Jones,
Joseph H. Seal, James B. MTarlatd
Dr. R. M. Boston, Joshua P. Eyre,
Geo. G. Lieper, John B. Semple. Pitt
Hugh. Craig. D. T. Morgan,
Charles Raley J. T. Logan, ~W ILLIAM MARTIN, President.
TAGS C. HAND, Vies President
HMIS LrLDIO.II, Secretary.
. T. A. MADEIRA, Agent.
de ' No. 05 Water street. Pittsbnrgh.
pEurr.ADELPHIA - FIRE AND
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
HO. (49 CHESNUT STREET,
Opposite the Custom Rouse,
WILL , MAKE ALL KINDS OF LisTSIJ
RANCE. either Perpetual or limited, on every
description of Property or' blereliandise: at reasonable
rntes of pro:mina.
ROBERT P. KING. President,
M. W. BALIAM. Viet , Prosiddrit,
- DIRECTORS -
E. R. Cope,
Geor , o W. Brown,
JosePt S. Paul,
John Clayton,
Wilor,
Charles Bayes,
E. B. English,
P. B. Savery,
C. Sherman,
S. J. Ilagargee,
F. 13.1.acaft=7, Secretary
J. O. COFFIN, Agent,
jy-kly Corner Third and Wood streets!
ENNS
Jacob Painter, Rody Patterson. I:Grier Sproul,
C. A. Cotton, James El: Hopkins. A. A. Carrier,
Henry Sprout, :licit. Voeghtly, George W. Smith.
A. J. Jones, - . Wade Hamplo - Robert Patrick,
phart-ered • '11300.000
•FIRE\Q "AL4R.II4E TA.E.MT, of alt
seriptions. ,
81 WOOD STREET
Merchants' Insurance Compan;
OF PHILADELPHIA.
M. V. PETTlT„Prcsident—p. SVCANN Secretary
Amount of Capital Stock paid in and inveated,3o,ooo 00
. ... 63,428 35
- • $263,4283
Insures Cargo Risks on the Ohio and 13 . issippi Rivers
and Tributaries. Insures against losa idamage by
Fire. Also. against the Perils of tho Se a and Inland
Navigation and Transportation.
DIRECTORS
Wm. T. Pettit, - J. C. hlontgoniery, John 31. Pumroy,
D. J. 3PCann, E. F. Witmer.. Re to Gnilion,
B. L. troolston, John A. 3larshaSt, C'La.s. B. Wright,
.John J. Patterson, Elwood T. Posey.
OFFICERS:
_ WILLJA iI V. PETTIT. President
- E. F. WIT3IER, Vice President,
D. J. 3VCANN, Secretary. -
. REF'ERENCES:
In Philadelphia: in Piii/adalphia:
Seiner, Lamb k Co., Justice Co;
Truitt, Bro. k Buck, Morgan'AStidfele,
A: T. Lane k Co.,_ Pummy, Caldwell Co.
' PITTSBURGH OFFICE. NO. 97_ WATER STREET.
ja.s' R. W. POINDEXTER, Agenf.•
Pittab)
\urgh Insurance Company,
NO. 96 WATER STREET 'PITTSBURGH.
ROBERT GALWAY. President!
• _ ALEX. BRADLEY, Vice Pyesident.
D,
p
F. A. R - IiaIART, Secretary.
Are- Insures against HULL AND CARGO RIBES, on
the Ohio and' Alissis , ippi Rirers and tributaries, and
MARINE RISKS generally.
And against loss and damage by Fire; and against. ihe
Perils ot the Bea and Inland Navigation and Tmnspor-
Robert Galiva3', • Samuel bitinrlcan,
Joseph P:Circ.x. arni - . 7 q. D., John Scott, • -
James David ftielhey,
James Hallman, Charles Arbutdimot,
Alexander 13radidy, - L. Leech,
John Fullerton, N. P. Hart,
ft.. Robinson, _ Robert Hr Hartlev,
William Carr, . 3VG,11. te
Westerii Insurance Company,
OF PITTf3BI7IIGH.
GEORGE D.II2SrE, President;
F. M. GORDON, Secretary.
Orsicz No. - 9.: Water street, (SPart,g &C.o.'s Warehouse
up stairs,) Pittsburgh..
Win insure ngruile , t al . 1 kind..; of FIRE. MARINE
RISKS.
A Home Institution managed by Directors. who aro
well known - in the community, and who are deterwtined,
II prompt - nese anti liberality, to maintain the character
winch they have assumed, as offering the best protec
tion to those who desire to be insured.
ASSETS, ARRIL 30th, 1859.
Stock Accounts .
Mortgage ' •
.Otlice
Open Account -1,
Ca.h
Premium ......
Notes and bills discounted
George Daraie,
J• W. - Butler,
Jamee M'Auley,
Andrew Ackley,
Nathaniel Holmes,
D. Itt. Long, .
C. - W. Bicketson.
3nsuranre.
ESTABLISHED IN 1830
SAFETY
To all parts of the world.
"figVANLI. INSURANCE CO.
Of Pittsburgh.
-.Bro. 63 Fourth Street
01 0 11=5:
4. 4. CARRIER, Presideilt.
1. GRLER SPROUL, SeereizuT
DIH2OTOIB
MEIVEM
George W. Jackson,
VAles.rir,
c
Alexander launick,
Win. H. Smith,
134.t4
933,731 12
•S 90,000 00
2,160 00
. =0 00
17.336 39
15,387
.-_. 30,076 12
.--. 153,339 LV
4309,149 OS