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FRIDAY MORNING
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
. AUDITOR GENERAL,
RICHARDSON L. WRIGHT, of Philadelphia
SERV . EYO P. ENERAL,
JOHN ROWt, of Franklin County
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET•
-4281eIriNi
GORGE F,.GlLl,muick,7 or Pittsburgh.
.e . 's
agrilei `S.4.I,ORNIT:
JOHN N. IFCLoWNX,.or Pittsburgh.
lITATE SENITAL
54.11-41'*:KEE.
Jos EFT( ff• DA.VLSoiI Allegheny City;
SAMUEL W. MEANS. of Robinson township;
STEVEN:3 OI S, of.MoonAtnvntibiy4
; STUCK - MATH. of Alleglieny ray:
ANDREW 3A.c.,R.SQN DEAumoNT, of Pittsburgh
covrr rulamo.Nta:-,
EDWFARD'CADIPBErat, -Pittsburgh
cotrYntassfstnittc , •
JAMES BLACK3IO4E,. of rittlbargh
er.W4Nri,. AUDITOR:.
0111 , 15114E3, , of Pittal;argb
. _
covyrr si - arrroa:
JOEL 1 ETCIII34, otElizabeth
. _
nmecyoa OP TUC 1 , 008:
amostAs NEEL, of Taieutum
_ 7 ILEA - 14TH OF CITIES.
The comparative ;healthiness of different
,citie.situad .thoincal causes which affect the
general health of communities, is an infpor
tant as well as interesting subject of irilves
tig,ation._ Of late years considerable atten
tion` iai beenpaid't4i this' subject, both by
staticians and. the medical faculty. London,
although it contains a population of three
millkais' cif people - , is . - still one of the freest
cities on earth from the more virulent forms
of disease.,;The-auseof,this, probably,
in a great - degree, in the . careful - 'attention
jtlisapff c~ to di am e, and the ptfotul,t.
removal,hythe authorities,. of all miasma
producing,causes., To this day., , the horrors
of tli'e"gieat - Plagtic in London,', l m : e remem
bered, anal' preventive= of every kind, Which
scieneeran suggest, arc liberally made nse,o
to olniate the:recurrence of jinilad season.
pf pe.stilff6,...and death. The eitiei of Yhila
delphia and Boston stand'very nearly equa
to London in good health. But N4-4N- York
witiLits fine Jooation, its CrOton. water,: a
altit§ iteltifirable faciiitit , s for' keeping ul
. . .
rmed - sanitary condition,' is the lowest .
'point of health, of any known city. At the
.. •
preSeiat'Aline, its weekly-mortuary record
averages from, six to seven hundred.
13Yr-own City of Pittsburgh is, without
, Jl4lll3l,:the healthiest eity, of its - population.
on the face of the globe. It is only within
a few,years.thatits mortuary statistics have
Vt.ctou regularlykept; but the weekly reports
. _ .
3liirdach, the Physician to. the Board
of Health; are a, most gratifying evidehe'e of
the'pre-erninent healthfulness of our locali
ty:- The total deaths here !Or the last week
- _
in July, were only eighteen, while in New
_ York,. for the same week, the number was
upwards of six - hundred. 'The difference of
..e.population b - eing taken - into account, the
n2tortality in New York is more than ..knible
. - "thatin Pittsburgh in the same number of
To seine . eXtent, - the causes of our
'`..elirtiing this blessedness of health, are a
Mattel.'6f speculation. In part., it is, no
doubt, attributable to the industrious habits
of our population. There are few people in
Pittsburgh who waste away their energies
and their health in luxurious ease. We
fiike"p`letitY Of exercise. We work Vara . . We
haie , goodappetiees. - - Our markets are well
supplied with 'wholesome food, and we eat
.
well. We hate pure water in abundance.;
and our climate is as,
.healthy AS . hills and
valleys, and streams can make it. It is prole
-add, bath; the'Sulphur end hit iinieri"of
the coal which we burn, and which renders
our ataidsphere dark and disnial to thote
unaccustomed to it, conduces to the general
health. At least we are remarkably free
from lung diseases. If our city is dirty, one
thing is clear—it is a lea/the fir!!
At; the last session of the N. Y. Legislature,
a special committee was raised to investi
gate the subject of health in the city of New
York, which reported that, " the city' of
New York, in proportion to its population,
has - a higher ratio of mortality than other
large cities in this country and in Europe.",
The testimony is clear and conclusive, veri
fied br statistics that have not been invali
dated.- In he year 1856, the deaths in
London worn one in 45
' Philadelphia. 44.5
• , Boston “ • , 40
New Tort: " 15.07
We subjoin as a matter of interest the
opinions Ofa number of medical gentlemen
of 'established reputation, which were sub
mitted to this committee, and are embodied
in their. report:
Dr. John. W. Francis, an eminent physician,
says : " I reply most positively that the health
of , lifoiw (York - is inferior to that of other - large
Thiladelphiaishealthier." • Dr. Simon
_Bathelder says: ." If .I were to assign a reason
-why Boston is more healthy than New York,
or why the city of Philadelphia is more healthy
than New York, I would say that the Quaker
ish shrewdness of Philadelphia, and the Yankee
stirewdrfs'of Boston, tend very much to pre
vent the Causes of disease. The location of
Philadelphia is morejevel than this;'there are
more physical causes'of diseases there than there
arehere, independent of the temperature of the
climate. • • It seems to me that New York
sheuld Le the ; . healthiest place in - the world,"
&c. -Dr. - Alfred C. Post says: "The mortali
ty-returns show-a larger amount or mortality
in New York; in proportion to the population,
than in any other city, I believe, of temperate
climate, &c., yet I regard that our situation is
admirable with reference to salubrity. Dr.
D.,lferedith Reese says: " It is my profession
al opinion that the health of the city of. li'cw
York is at present' and ha. 3 been for many years
iltferieir to that of any other city on the globe,
and this while our topography, latitude, tem
perature,: climate, 'proximity to the 'ocean,
purity of water as well as air, facility of. sew
erage, and convenience for recreation of our
people in lite t parks, upon our rivers on either
bide, and.in the adjacent and readily accessible
loatilitieSin our immediate vicinity, are all b,
the highest degree salubrious, and ought and
hytg,4l% easily'b© naraia to render New York the
bealthidst - city in the . world." Ricluird s.
li.issain says: . "Oar mortality is larger by
quite one-third in-proportion to Philadelphia."
Thetestimony of many others was to the same
effect. In March, 1858, the Supervisors of New
Yorli,ln their reports, said "The propor
tionate mortality of London now is one in forty
live, while that of New York ism:wiz 8.4 great
as was: that ~of London two centuries - since,
being one in twenty-seven in the year 1557,
whereas fifty years ago,' it,was better than that
of Londomnow, viz: one in' forty-s Wand a
half. Thus the condition of these two cities is
completely reversed."
The folloiving are the rates of mortality
in some of the large cities
Philadelphia and London arc about- 22 in low
Berlin is - 25 in 1000
Turin is 20 m 1000
Paris is 28 in 1000
Geuoui., 31 in 1000
I.l u ous is -
33 in 1000
urg 30 in 1000
New York i, 35 in 1000
Pittsburgh Is - '-17 in 1000
The general fact that .the people in the
United States are Probably the healthiest. in
the world is, we belieStritted.
In England, Franc Denmarkdeathi
are about 23in.,:.*Y.1.0 . ; t` T .r f •olland and Sweden,
24 inlOlV,, x 1)00 ; in Austria,
31 in in 1000: in the
. ,
New,
.
• •..! ;, •":
arrangements of the city, and the habits of For min
ades ony—ls is Becog, t
dons.ns.L i
Chevreal, l the Galt th te Owen Jones, has
its population.
The fact that Pittsburgh enjoys a pre-cmi
nent deg,r , e, of health is no reasoq i wity pkip ,
ersatitauy regulations should notbe . k.eitnp,
andVispeciallyjn ther:Num YT.ho
drat4go cieo*city - shcould:heimProved,
espeOallylia = the'otit4 vacids. It.is n netc
worPiY fact,.that notivit4Standing,the, gett
erat good heidilif onr: - eity, that
demies ch, visit us, they are remarkably fatal.
The cholera, in a single month, took oft as
many people here as usually die in a year.
' For this great fatality there were, without
_doubt, local causes, which limper sanitary
regulations in advance m igh tit ave alleviated.
Heal ,inight be rendered
still more.so,..b,y .the-proper attention to its
sanitary regulations. In this matter, we
trust too :much' Providence, and not
enough to the use of tl test', means With which
I:rnvidenee has supplied us.
OUR WEEKLY
THE WEEKLY POST, for the present week,
containing all the latest news, and a large
quantity of interesting literary and miscel
laneous Matter reports of tho markets, lo
cal intelligence, kc., may be had at the
counting room this morning, in wrappers,
ready for mailing. In clubs of five, this ex
cellent family journal, is furnished at one
dollar per year.
MT?, RAVE received a .communication,
over I.hil -signature (if "A Listener," iirdiniul-
Nerting.severely upon .1.1.!v. Dr. Presiley's ser
mon on tho observance of the Sabbath. While
chaining' for hinigelf the right of individual
opinion on this question, and attacking Dr.
Prestley for his illiberality towards those who
differwith hith , in relig,ous faith, the writer
ling fallen heels over head into the very error
with which h echarge; the Reverend Doctor,
Wo cannot publish the communication. It
would lead Loan embittered end useless person
al discussion not suited to our columns.
Crain Buslue,o , of the ear.
The receipts et Chicago, during the last week
have been, of flour 5,1:17 bbls. ; of wheat 17,151
bushels; of eora, 68,561 bushels ; of oats,
11,181 bushels.; waking a total of 1:10,3:29 bush
el; of grain. The entire receipt- tiaras the I.t
of January last, have been :12.5,'2. 0 3 bbts. flour;
1,483,951 bushels wheat, :1,016,113 bushels of
corn, 38;1,576 bushel.; oats, and 99,2116 bushels
barley, making a total of 13,138,1 bushels.
The reueirts at that time biat year, were nearly
twelve millinliof bushels.
The Shipments during the last week: have
been 6,088 bbls. of flour, 4r074 bushels of
w heat, 1111,671 bushels of corn, 42,909 bushels
of oats, anti 2,762 bushels of barley, a
total of 241,747 ,:bushels of crAi 11. The t. 41,1
shipments of the season, since the Ist of ,lan
nary, lidvo been 196,581 bbls of flour, 167,550
bushels of wheat, 2,169,445 btvdiel of corn,
213,470 bushels oats, and 30,392 bushels barley
making a total of 1,422,021 bush.'ls of grain. ,
The shipments at this time last year, were
nearly 10,000,000 of bushels.
who is serving out his
term of imprisonment to which he was sen
tenced by Judge Cadwzdader, is engaged at
chairmaking in the Eastern Penitentiary. His
health continues good, although, of ("Mire, he
is notch damaged iu
. spirits. There ia, lo
nn change, in his general appearance.
Strong eflbrts have, and will be made by many
prominent and inthiential citizens of various
States to Obtain a full pardon fur him.
IN TUE CITY.—Gen. A. l'orter Wilson, an
eminent lawyer and public spirited citizen of
Huntingdon. ri,nnsyleania, arrived in the city
yesterday, and is stopping at the tieott Home
for a day or two. The General is n true vn
tleman, and well-known to pleasure-seekers as
the originator and owner of the " Warm
Springs Hotel," near the place of his residence,
oC which Mr. Jne. R. Herd, is time popular
-
mutat]) and troupe are drawing exceed
gly good houses in Philadelphia. We :hear
it stated that Sanford is to appear as clown
in several or the principal cities during the
coming winter. Large offers have already
been made I,y managers of the mrious cir
cuses. Sanford as an Etliiopean clown--we
would walk a mile any time to see Sam ss a
motley.
fcorrespolotemee of tho P JJ Mid ledger]
List of Patents to Pennsylvanians.
hmeitfe , ;llt the United States Patent °Are or
Second of August, 1859—eadi bearing, Ma
date
Frederick Augustus sleuth, of Philadel
phia, Pa.—For improvement in the manufac
lure of phosphoric acid and phosphides.
Edward L. Keller, of Pittsburgh, Pa.
For iniprovement , in car couplings.
John A. Montgomery, of Williamsport
Pa.—For improvement in journal boxes.
Henry Pemberton, of East Tarentum, Pa
—For improvement in refining coal oils.
William F. Warburton. of Philadelphia
Pa.—For improvement in the manufacture o
hats. .
John Ernest. of York, Pa. assigner to
himself and S. R. Slaymaker, of same Vace.
—For improved machine for bending, plow
handles.
Jlllllel3 A. Hamer, of Reading, ra'., as
signor to himself and Norris Maris, of Kim
berton, Pa. —For improvements in brick
moulds.
John It. POwell, of Philadelphia, Pm, nssig
nor to himself and Geo. 11. Prick of same
place.—For improved machine fur winding up
clocks.
The recent. balloon excursion made by Mr
Wisci t and his companions, has awakened or re
neWed a ;neat deal of interest on the subject o
the science of wronauties. if, however, -we ar,
to believe the incidents recorded in the follow
ing extrictTroni a London paper published ii
the art of navigating balloons is not as
successfully practiced now us was the case many
years ago
"Ahdonel Seib, of Sunni, an Arabian col
lector of extraordinary anecdotes and curious
occurrences, tells us that in the reign of the
Califf Ahachid, n cotton Weaver of Monsul in
vented a bok 'or chest, in which ho enclosed
some aha
it !: unknown ngly power, e
d int
h which em i c d a d r l r e i c o d
at the height of one hundred feet, fro r m thh ß eiemc a h ff ie o ns r t a a,
to Bagdad, being upwards of fifty leagues, in
twenty-four hours. This adventurer . never
showed the work by which he performed this
flight, oven to the Califf, who offered large
sums for the secret, but was too just tO make
use
e o u f ts h i i d s c of the
authorit3 n o ah
on such
was a triangular
sail, all°
ccas rtgula )n r
sail, so contrived as to turn with the wind, on
a pivot like a weathercock, and a rudder todi
rect its course. In this manner the ingenious
inventorb ro o n aoa made setm s r e a v l e p ra a l r ts v o o y f a t g h e e s t U o a S I i c i i r r s a.s tlo
' N G y r l i o ti ,
ions, with government despatchus, by
he soon raised an immense fortune ; b u t an ,hi_
tion or love prompted him to alight on the roof
of a palace, in order to carry off ono of the
wives of the Sultan Benhali, Governor of
Aleppo, whom his fame had seduced. He was
detected in the Seraglio, and brought before
the Prince, who sentenced the daring intruder
to be burned, with his machine,, which was
executed next day. It seems probable, adds
our historian, that superstition overruled curi
osity,. otherwise Benhali would have examined
the powers by which two persons could be trans
ported through the Yields of liquid Or, at any
distance from the earth, with as much ease and
safety as in the best vessel on smooth water;
but the horror of beholding the Devil's work
prevented the knowledge of a contrivance,
which,. though evidently but a compound of
natural philosophy and mechanics, was well
worth the most elaborate inquiry. Thus per
ished the secret by the precipitate destruction
of =Chine, and of the only person in the
worktwho was capable of revealing it."
ei — disee in
to the lo.;14.1.•
TZMAM
WASHINGTON, August 1:, 18:;!1
Ballooning.
recently published a work entitled "The Laws
of Contrast of Color." Among the subjects
treated is one of universarslinterest --female
clothing. M. Chevron' disnusses this with all
the (aro it demands. &lid lirst, he cikablild:te.
certain distinctions ; ttit of the" twa!tYpes:.
known as brunette and biondo;. that 'of the
juxtaposition of the articlea whether"
pertaining to the hair.orto.the complexion ;.
:and that of moditicatiOns of thOeomrkxion;
Ity colored rays ern:Mating-from the head dress.,
and which, being reflected on the:akin; tinge
it with their peculiar color. lie say,:
" Theodor of light hair treing, essentially the
result of a, mixture of-red, .yellow and brown,
we must ettnsfder it 'HS n eery pitle,"Subdtted
orange brown; the color of the skin, altlio,lgh
lower tone, is analogous to it, except in the
red parts- 13Iaet eyes pro r . ttally, the only parts
of- tlfe-fair typo Whieb'forM contrast of color
with the whole ; for the red parts produce,with
the restof the. skin, only. a harmony .of anal
ogy of hue, or at most a colitnist of hue, and
not of color ; and the parts of the skin uttigi
ousns to the hair, the eyebrow.; nod rycla;be-,
give rise only . to a harmony of analogy, either
of scale or of 111111. The harmonies of anal.-
gy, then, evidently predominate in the fair
type over the harmonies of contrast.
"The type with lilaek hair shows the har
monies or contrast p r oloinimitpue: over the
harmonies of analogy. The hair, eyebrows,
eyelashes, and eves, contrast in tone and color,
not only with the white ~f the ...kin, but ab.o
with the red parts which in this part are really
redder or less neteot than in the 'blonde type ;
and we must not forget that it decided red, Ili
sociated with blaek, 10 the hatOr the
character of-an expressively IPOII - ,..41.1r, dither
blue or green."
111 the colors of the hair and bend dress we
are told :
"'the colors Wlll,ll are usually considered as
assorting hest with light or black hair, 111' ,
lireCiSely produce great contrasts
thus, shy blue, loippmn bp accord well with
blondes, is the color that approaelies nearest
it
the complementary of 02.1111 , ,40, which is OM 1.11.4,4
of the tint of their hair and c o mplexion. The
colors lon , i'Sl4,lll‘,l 10 accord fat trebly with
black Lair—yellot:;, and red mo r e or It or
-101.40 -contrasts in the maener with them.
Yellow and orange-rod, I•llntraging by color
and brilliancy with black, and their eomple
memories., violet and blue-green, iii mixing
with the Lila of t!;, hair. arc far from produc
ing a bad result.' '
The following. on the colors of thecomptex
ion and the Conti:mom: drapery, alMrpli FwVeral
valuable idols
The juxtiiiittriitil , l4 of drapery with the 1111-
fer4 , lll. 11..11 0111, 01 at tell, 'offers to portrait
painter: a h,,4 of r - eitiorlo, which Ire till
thoresults of the principles already mill down.
We shall state the topp,t, !p,eneral tints: -
" itose-red L.:lllmA be 'AIWA,' in. 01,11tr:14
eyrii the tat , ,,!e-st. complexions, without causieg
t11•`11/ AO Inso 1k..11,1" .A:
red, maroon and light crinpsi, it ii.- seri
ous ilisadt mango plr rentlerilitt thus etlillpielAWil
more or ten: ! rri•cn. TM, is :111.W11 ire the c.l
- e.t.lieririttpt. 4
4 . 11010..: of riat i ci• of either of lift.
Colors-beside two sheet.gor Ilestiscotornt p 4 p:pr,
w h e n it will be seen how !ouch they will be
mutually ItijilriA , the lighter boomintzgrocilluth,
amt the d ar k,, r ,..!bi,p;;r:lll4/IVl,llllil. Iry sub
stituting light grem fpa• the, red, tote shall find
them mutually And irarr"""i• TIP•
height of tone Or lili‘u:rik.ll influences the rOSilit:
a very green, ashes: by contrast or tone.
so enreehh , the rompleX ion, that tle• slight
contra.ds of its ,-elms will he inappreciable; a
deep red, by 1.,,i,tr:151 of analogy, blanches the
cmiiplexion. Ii it ipeep—ory, then, to
ate life rose from the shim in scopee manner :
and the simplest manner td doing this is, to
,•,1•,0 bill.tior of tulle,
tvhieh prpateres Metal:pet or gray, by the
tnic
tune of white tlineett, which r e l i e v e . lip ! dit, and
the iiitentices, \ \ lll.l thene is . lift•
mixture of light and ideate, which reotill , the
effett of gray, like the enect. of 9 r,, ,, ftwnt win
dow, vieweil'at 1: - rpait distomp• Dart. r...!
is
lc, objectionable for certain prppmplexions than
roso-red, became, being higher than the latter,
it tends Lo Impart whiteness to them in COII! , t1-
i.1,111011C0 uj (NMI rum of tone.
Delicate green is, on the contrary, foymai.de
to all fair completieti , which are deride it in
and which may have more imported to
~oraldp: to complexions that are more fed than
em without direlvittitage. But it mit a,
-y nor to there that have 11 tint of ora p,c,.
ised with br•.1111, liocitte, the rvd they a dd to
i;1 of ii Mick-red hue. lit liie latdd
se a dart: green wiil 1::e It pabjeetionable than
delicate
•• 1 . .•110%, ivarart= violet.to a fairs!: M. and in
this view it is less fa l / 4 orabls• Onto the strip ate
green. To those •hiss whist are more 4 - cliow
than orange it imparts white, lest this s
notion k eery dull and heavy for IL f:CIS
Wllim the Ain won , rt itl i
orange than Wit van inahe it rev by
neutralizing tie- yellow I t produces dui: , rif t
upon the black-lusitod typo, acid it that
it snits brunettes.
" V islet, the complementary of yellow, pro
duces contrary of ; thus it imparis suave
g rpon j,1 1 yellow 1,0 Ilrir stonirlexion,. It aug
ments the yellow tint, of sallow and orange
Thll little WWI t 1111! may be inn eo,
plexion it 1111110-3 green violet. This, then i ,
”ii.` of the least favorable colors, to the siiu, at
whirr it is not ,utticiently deep to '.shit.',,
the skin by contra , t of tone.
•• Blue imparts orange, whieli esimbines,
Its
voralsly with white, and Ilse light tints ..f
fair complexions, which have already a 111, , r ,
sir less determined tint of till , color. Ills. i s
thus suitable to ises-t bhinq", and in I ea'.'
its reputation. It will suit bro.
nettcs, since they have already too Mutes
orange.
1 "Orange is too brilliant to be elegant ;it
make; fair complexions blue, whitens those
which have an orange tint. and gives a freers
litto to those of a yellow tint.
" Lusterless white, such as cambric muslin,
asserts well with a fresh complexion, of whirls
it relieves the rose color: but in unsuitable to
complexions which have a disagreeable tint,
because white always exalts all en ,lors by raisimr
their tone : consequently it is unsuitable to those
skins whirls, without having this disagreeable
Lint, very nearly approach it.
" Very light whits: draperies, s nob a . ss e s ,iiii
sir lace, appear more gay than white. c must
thus regard every white drat wry which allows
the light to 'sass through its,ititeNtiee;. and
which is only apparent tollue eyes by the sur
face opposed to that which receives incident
light.
" Black draperies, by lowering the tone of
the colors with which they are in jurtaresition
whiten the skin ; bust if the vermillion or ros2,-
parts arc somewhat distant from the drapery.
it will follow that, although lowered in toss",
they appear relatively to Um white part , : of the
skin contiguous to the sumo drapery, redder
than if not contiguous to the blach.—
Balloon Ascension
Prof. Wise, with his eon, started from St
Louis in a ballloon, on :intortiay at ele en
M. The Repubtieen says of their night:
The direction taken by the " Jupiter," Was
north-east, though considerably more norther
lyy that of the " Atlantic," from this city.
We watched, it till the car, with its inmates,
was no longer visible—till the great globe di
minished to the size of the rising moon—till it
looked no bigger than a dime—till a lllm en
veloped it, and it seemed the merest 'leek on
the sky—and when we looked again, a mo
ment after, it 'had vanished from our Sight.
The "Jupiter " had been just an hour on its
way. By this time, the clouds had gathered
again and rain was falling.
As has been stated heretofore, it was part of
the design of Profesaor \Vise to get no farther
from 4.afayette, Indiana, than it might be pos
sible to avoid, the ProlVssor having an engage
ment to make an ascension from that point
Oda week: It . was, indeed, announeed that he
intended to land within a few miles of that city,
which, doubtless, he would like very well to
.accompliab. It its not improbable, however,
that,' unless' t,lid "JUPitd " reached a height
out of the way of the rain, that the condensing,
state of the atmespk,:ere,,and the additional
weight which the . ' stater would Siva to the hal
' loOn and netting, may l.talto loads a descent
necessary low!: before the. State of Illinois had ,
been traversed. The balloon being very
noitc
ly full of gas ,m starting, must have " blown
otl'' on getting into the milled regions, and,
it seems to us, it would have ;required the die-,
charge of more ballast than the amount taken
to make up for this loss. On the other hand,
there may not have been rain in the section
traveled by the Jupiter," and if so, there
no reason why, while the reader is' peinsiiitt
'this, Professor Wise and his son may not be
taking hreaktast at Lafavette or I ndiana
po-
HS.
COL. MORN o, the New York millionaiiC
who cut such a dash in Paris, a few years ado
died at his residence in the former city on 1.11
day last, in the seveuty-eighth year of hi
age-
' "
""1 , -
Arcomusc to the London Post the late
Mr. Choate had reached Liverpool safely.
A memoir of him is given to accompany the
announcement. We presume the Yost
ex
,pocted him, or found his name °Oho
sealer list, hiit the 4amenicd chnate was
dead in America When the : Pox/ wrote hiS
"welcome to England."
THE Boston and Worcester Railroad Com
p:my have settled the case of Mrs. Shaw, of
Needham, who was injured upon their road
some 'eight years ago, by the i,ayrnent to
her.of ,the Total of the yerdiotind
oldaintid by the plaintitl in the Su
-I•reme
Fr is - o pc!nied that within ninety days
three thousand American troops will be or
ganized on the Rio Grande. properly arm
ed and equipped for a ma eh to the Mexi
can capital, against Miramon. Bo say de
spatches recoived nt Washington.
O. lons MITCHELL, the editor of the
Sou(/,ere and well known us the Irish
patriot, will kayo for Europe in a few days.
Weakness of tlic Stomach and Indig,estiol
A Unit/ Errtrte,/ Thotkisui
The wife of 1)E IV ITTE, living in I
lion Ana Town. Sholierran Wistionsin. sittlereil
meet, (min nod 1.10,,1i.dt. She 1
leollaeol3 meter a pi1Y,1,i311.,1•31,1 fur sonic lirile.tyllt the
.11,11 , • .4.111 , 8110 1,1111 ,, ,rell Lie skill. She pureliased
, eine HOLLAND Ii1171:11:: at our °thee, u liieli lets elv
en tette to lit mt.tiltl.oli; tier appetite anti otrangth are
nuil we finely. believe that this is another
great ell IV elleetel by pair
We have still to reeerilmaily wtinderialeureselTeeteil
by toe ninety. Lilt 1011 , 4 waitanettier opperfittsity tine
thing 3 . 1/11 can rely npnu, what we have published are
Iron persoiN hurl, respected in our community, mul
lire . literally true. .1. i)IIINTI'S,
:Nl.l,!ffpri. mr.../Cde,
Raul threfaly.— thqinitlo hiehlv C.,oneentrated
hitters isput op in half pint bottles
and tit nunthiliar per bottle. This great
.li•neinil fur this truly veleliraiiiiiMeilieine hits induced
many nuitatiens,whieli this public !Omni.] guard agrtinst
i/ijritli:vsi lig. Ile ware of iin pi isition l See thitt.our name
is on the of every bottle volt buy.
',IN PAGE, Jo. k U., Solo Pr o p r i e t or , No.
Par duertisements.
( PARTNEESH EP.—
_Ly Iteretoforo exisllh,t bet veers the
mli.mmed. in the ~tonl: ul. , t droving tow.
d.• mo I:Jul:Alt do) of July loot. by ',mond N,
E. !‘i'ql: A
JOB N
:ur. :".1 Mato b:l'.
I:NITED IS'FATF., , PATENT A'FFICK
Wastiownin. A irsisi.
(oN T 111: I'F:raft'srro4vti, is.
..1 Pitt •I.nrwh, pr N.
If , the ~trti:ion of a
wient eraon•.l to loin on tin: I,t Nos ,tinber. 1 , 45, for
inopo , venoent Its Teeth.' 100 ,4.1 - en years
fo•no tOr,•spilattun Of .10.1 p.dtlit.ollll‘ . ll plat,. Ott
Lk, lot .lit, of N,A,Mtr!t.l`.o.
It 14 ord,red. that the ,al.l petition be lirard :Al the
M on d a y the L th i d'tio!oher next, at 12
'eh.elc,ST.: am' :ui it, notihed to appear and
,hoer eani,e, if any they have, uglyr i,l potitiou ought
10 1 .• vrintrd.
the oxten , ion nrn required to file in
I't, 'ntotl t heir obje,lions.e.peenal ly sottninf forth
in 'ea.t twenty days hldllre tho day of
te,torion,' tiled ny either piny to be o-ed at the
toil heririntt tiltvd a taken trao.ll;:te in nee"rti .
With I/1., roles of the Utiiee,which IA .11 hefurninlied
on n pri,an.n.
The t.•-btoony in 11Ik 1 . 11 , 0 will Le t.10.-a,d nn the :Id of
O. tea. :un , l other papers relied upon
I lit the l it'll,' on or before the
100iony; Of iii . 4llAyi It 1,r401 10 , 11 t,;• If nny, tilt Lin ten
at-, that thi4 non., be publi , lned in the C..-
art,j,,,1 , 1•11. , L. ,1 1 1, - 1 , 1'1114,11r gh,
n e l; for MIT, weeks—the next 4,f ,aid
t,„,T y ',viol,. the 1701 clutter
I, olity of 11...;tku.. WM. D. 11(SLIOV.
Cotottil,io,ler of PAU - oil!,
.
11: 1 t )1 , S.--EVvry vari. , ty of Doine , F-
Staplee Dry tit...As always nn hatint'and will
in• sold At the Ivry 1011,4 pra.o4. All our v.inininer stool:
.no.-inc out ,en, low. t',
:nos 74 Market
M
its. I , :t . NitiTt N ENV BOOK.—
Wet , ,,t WroUght
t.y Roth l'Artiogton, reeenved and eor,ate
CI t_ r.'r Wood street..
- hoxe , i Primo Vitt-dem ite
k„) -env, received 01, clln,j,nnier.t. and lor sato by
.1. A. 1,1.71',/,En.
nu rl (!..rnor Markel and liNt ~ t reetA._
- 1) ( ) l'ATt )1)1* harreli elttliee datitttA,
for r.n.10 h• 3 s. A FETzEn,
sfarl,t and Fir.4l , trot•tm.
PATiZINING
II A - , 1" - ..."r 4 ft. 41, "f P.uf.. , "4 Fluid
iy fur ,tb•
I,
Diloll.ll/ Mnrltot..ar,• ,, L.
w BA l‘r 1 N
1„,,,,t , 111.1.1 v q 4. pure -tilbrabtv,ld \Vine
itnythilw
4111.111,1 -
.k.SEI'II FLEMING,
I)inn1.11.1 :11111 Mlirlol rt.reet.
II A 1 / 4 . I 1.1,:\ itEA Ns 1 fo,h ,opply of
I 1 n ull.. j,.•.1, 10:4 rel•••IN.• I. and for sal, t.y.
FIEMINt:,
rornor .Wsirkei
I: 11,1 V Et I I 1., suitable for table, war
',le by
rontw 111011.1311.1 Market strooL
p'11'1? .11'4 714)N.---4 41 M 1 IN 14A Y
.‘[. - TEitNooN. Al.?1)-tM b. fit thre.,,',•look, at Ow
N, :4 Milli
-
DAVIS. All,l-101104'.
Dissolut ion.
TIIEFI WA t 11: K NAP, CARTER, \VII,-
L, t, the death .1
I=l
Tde du•eue-. c I the d.to firm of limp. Curter, Wilsnu
1',1111114 4, i • hy 11,1• uyd ,1,111,i under the
Grua n une 4 0).
I'll an FS , firA
E.-lute of II EN It i',llCdt.R. .
\ gen d
1 ,, A.."U5,T1 , 1.rr13%A_
NIIT AND BOLT FACTORY.
Puteint Ilet-Pre,cl Not. of :01,ir.c— , oo ha:l4. :trulm3ll
111,u•IIIre.i. AI -0, Bolt, For lindge, Marhinery, .+O9
(oral 11110.111 lits, Sr., furtilAted short
'tl'arrhouse. No. 114 Water street.
SCULLS & CO.
TARENTIIM CAMP HEFTING•
TRAILNS ovER
ALLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD,
WILL RUN AS FOLLOWS : Dolma
frnm Pitt,bursh,Station forTar,nlum.
Au6i , sT, isco.
lIIII=BI2IM=I
Thrirstlay, at A. M. (.01 v. u.
'_lll. Friday, Gil'. I. N. 1:00 p. N. 5:0)) P. It.
::111, Saturday, at. 1.1:15 A. N. 9.09 A. N. I:00 P. a
Mentlay,at. ....... M. 9 . 30 A. N. 5:00 P. N.
Itltti, Tuesday, at. Oft) A. a. 9:30 A. M. 5110 r. N.
71.11. IVednestlay. al —615 I. A. IL 6:0I) I. N.
Nth, Thur,dny, ...... 11:15 a. at. 1190 A. 11.• 6.110 P. IL
1111,4 day, in addition, a (rani Will leave at 5:00 P.
. 1 .. and r. u.
. . . .
Itoturning trains will ICATO T3Tent.lllll for Pitt,lourgli.
Ina h. R'edneadar, •..7:00 A. M. 11:30 A. M. 7:05 r. M.
Ith. l'lniniday, at ..... 7:01 o. M. 7:05 r. N.
12th, Friday, at. 7010.1. IL 3:00 e. M. 7.05 ev.
1::1 I 1: Saturday, at. 7 . 00 A. M. 11A10 A. M. 3:110 I'.
1310. Miniday.ixt 11/0 0. M. 710/ 0. M. .2.00 P.
litth, Tilos.,liiv. ..... 7:00 A. M. 2:101'. Id. 7:05 P. M.
17111. Weiine:3l.ay, itt...7110 A. M. 2:101 T. M. 7:03 PM.
131 h, Tliiir,day, at. 7:00 n. M. 11:00 A. M. 31:00 P.
—'inl day, in addition, n train !Pare at 7:05 r.
11., f,11,1 10:30 P. M.
—fon this day, in addition, al 7:03 T. M.
—ton this day, in addition. at 705 r. M.
It. F. INIORI.V.OIIO.
$3O ILEWARD.
10 'i )LEN from the subscriber, on Saturday,
AM), a BAY MARE, fir years ohl, fifteen
l o oide hi g h, oho hind plot white. Moro 00 eaeli side,
eatiseil br the saddle. :filth, trots tinder the
saddle. "Had on an old-looking saddle.,
Lured rail.llo cloth. 'rho thief gave bin namo 0, atm s
ICN Err, iv a lean about mix feet high, with black
whiskers, :1,11,/ 11:111 on n black coat. and .bninl
The ahoy.• reward will he paid fur the mare and thief,
or ono-half fur either. • R. H. PA'ITERSON,
ens em, fkamomi mt. and Cherry alley.
ETNA STOVE WOETc..S,
ALEXANDER BRADLEY,
NANurActuran AND DEALER IN ZVEKT unlrrs OF .
Cooking, Parlor & Heating Stoves,
PLAIN AND FANCY ORATE FRONTS, S.C.
Pole Proprietor et the Celebrateit
PATENT GAS BURNING AND SMOKE CONSUMING
. COOK STOVES.
office and Sales Rooms
No. 4 14'1.1 Strut. Pillaburph, Pei
REMOVAL_
ylZs. M. A AVEAVER:SIIII(,I.INEHY
sTuttE io removed from '2l Fifth street., to
'.21 on Ihn opposite side •.f the street. he'll door to
Co, s nmc Clore, seeond story. Mat _ I •
WINES.—
25 eases Cliequot quarts Champag ne Wine
do .10 pts do - do
at baskets Peas Ileidseick's qts do do
10 do do do pts do do
10 do 'Bombe pts.and Ilronet qt, do do
5 do . do do do pts do do
'23 apses St, Julien Medoe Claret do
10 do Ladies' Catawba do
14 do. -. do. flinger do
In store, and for sale by
ap24 MILLER. & RICK EPSON.
( - IN TII I , ', BROW OF
.THE lIILE, on
iLy, NIL ' Washington a Gnu building lot, with a taa
story frame house, stable, &e.. Will besold for 11000.
Terms easy. S. CUTIIIIERT & SON,
51 Market st.
011-BLE SCENTE - - 'fi
n CHINE : SE
- musk':
SOAP. just received from the importers bv
. JOSEMPLEMING.
I{l9, corner td Diamond and Market street..
Q LASS.-300 bxs. assorted. Window Blass
for sale by (Raga) HENRY H. COLLINEi
,fear ,Advertisenunts.
aENTaEL,BriNG.—Six gentlemen
Nmbeiteecim atea with morns and boarding.
g' - first.erliiss boa
. tg hduse, pleasantly located on
Liberty accept ; two minutes walk Worn the business per
lion` ot the - thy. For further information apply to W.
11 WHITNEr;at thetAlfen of the Morning Post.
EN GROSS Odd Round Cane 'loops, just
Treceited and (pinata at
JOS. fIORNE'S,
G 001) SHIRTS, for men, nt, --- $1,50, and
warranted to give satisfaction, always for sale at
nu{ 2 :Mil. HORNE'S, 77 Market street.
BLACK ENGLISH CRAPES, of the best
make, by the piece or yard, always ttt - loar - mtres,
nt 77 Market street- (e ' 2 ) SOS. HORNE.
AT COST; All COST, 'Summer Trimmings
and Embroiderie. JOSEPH HORN E,
aug'2. 77 Dlarket strec.t.
NOTHER LOT of the new. Woven ,Skirts
received, at 77 Market strect.
hug_ - 30SEPII HORNY,.
CHARLES B. 'JELIN,
STOCK 33 Et
325 Walnut St, PhilattOphii;
.
Stuck UttotAltt anti Sold on Coromittaion at Bonrd of Bro.
kors; :Otto to Boston, New York raud d idltimoro.
nntr2:lnt
OCUST GROVE SEMINARY
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
I,AWRENCEVILLE.
THE NEXT ANNUAL SESSION;-of two
term .lice tnontlu cud.. will ore on 'TUESDAY,
UE MTh OF st:PTEmISER., at it oclock. A. M.
The Faculty of Totellers who tilled their situations
with such di.tingoished c o erces during the-past year,
,ontimit, their connection with the institution.. .
On account of the greatly incr e ased facilities for travel
atfor,lisi by the WOWPas,engor Railway, alimited number
of Day Ponds will be received from Pittsburgh. The
number of Boarding pupils, is limited tti! thirty. Duly
applications are desrauble.
Circulars containing general information. Ac..
may he had at Davis' and Daidsdn'a, Bitoltotellent, andet
Itleher's and 'Atelier's. Music Dealers; or by addressing,
through Pittsburgh .
• anglesitseptiO IIEV. GEOIt.GE T. RUDER, A. M.
E W AND E N'f MITA I N 11.4013001C.5.
.1.1 Sixty Years of a I.lfelime, by John 'Brown,
• Popular Tales from' the Norse. by Ittisent. •
Acadia, a Month Aniong.thu Blue..Aloses, by F. Cox
iterollection3 of Ceofirey liamlyn; Up floury Eiugs
. • ..
Mich:4,4'a Loy , . Amour. . :
mon Meredith'.. Priertia. ut blue arid gold.
Autobiography ~1 Garibaldi.
'File IlertrainB,liy Mu author of Dr. Thorne,
Strickland'," tplemis of Scotland, yol. 8.
Walter Mondry. l y tho author of Allen Ffeacott.
The Romanee and 114 'Hero. ' -
Iwitlurio Art of Extempore Speaking.
--
John Halifax. Gent., a now edition illuatrated ,
The Laird of Norlaw, a Scottich Story.
Wars of 'fliu Hoses. by d, Cl; Edgar.
Longstretl4 on the Honey Bee. • ' •
Itilettland's Curio.itiva of Natural History
The 41:wailer. by G. dame.,
Thi• Tin Trumpet..
L. HIESHFELD. & SON,
v.v.its
GENTS' PUNISHING 090101
ANO., • •
SHIRT MANUFACTURERS;
The etiliscribers respectfully announce (list Satars
mode by ;hem aro guariutteed to tit; will be fertderded
to any soul of the Union, ot. reggiiieg.from the Perttee
sending 'the orders, their personal measurertierit
inches, according to the formula given below. •
Itetnember the Aire Must he carefully sod accurately
taken, 114 :41 neces,ary allowances are trade by the cut
ter of the evtablishinenk
FSnt—Size around the neck. . •
Of , : wrist-
Thiiii--size around the chest, ittimeduttely below the
Foe; b—From the middle of shoulder, length OrBllll
to liTisl , 3oll.
Fol—.lle.igltc of pecsou, Sion - 1.41p allquider tq the
kiiee-paii.
This plan is quite unique. and will be of great'vadue to
geolleinen at a distance, who (Ind .it. impossible to ob
tain a home, Shirts to tatisfy, them in ~tyle and tit.
dlso, oil hand, a full assortment of Shirts colour than
addrO,sed to us by mall, will be
promptly attended to.
P. H.—Please tato by what conveyance they are to be
shipped. L. di IRS/lEELD s. SON,.
• 'lu_33 'Wood StreeL
CHEAPER sTILL.-,-
Which lam telling nt a re , idelica from crirt. Cal
...MI, if pm „•Alit ,4,ellre a -bargain. Reniember th e
plaee, at the Cheap Ca,!‘ ,tor. 0-1
n. pou.LAND.
iy3o 01 second door from Fifth.
GLOSING I Vl' I CLOSING OUT !!-
4 hir tntire stock of
lktor 11111V111:• tO 01.!r N ENV ST ottE.Room ON FIFTH
STREET.
. .
11043 COLLARS, ]JuU COLLARS.-01
ult sizps to suit the larg, , ,t New rountlistrui . oFthe
Terrier, ut I,uw , Yriee,
Of dl varieties. at
MISSES
Jo9Ern PI, EM INC
I I tr., ,—,qtplent ju,t
4'.r_ Eitrz Cp.,
Ntre q .
THE IRON CITY TRUST CO.
GEI ,ELI E E WARNER, Preeitlont.
1:01IERTc I . SCHMERTZ% Caz+hier.
,s INSTITUTION WILL BE 'OPEN
for busine , .. on MONDAY, the FIRST
Y IoP
made. iq all lile rntieivti Citicy Pi' the
I•aitod states an,i tho and procee4, prunuitly
n 1111114,1 to any desired point on da . 7 of 'natural'.
s, ;4 ,ht Exchange on tito Prmelpalcities of the Easttlxid
It. Fm its received in Pim:mil Current "Fiinds
I oter,st allowed on time depo,d,
EN sr Fli FINCH CALF BOOTS, SHOES
k-A
Selling very low to tio,e M16:4
• W. E. SCHMF.RTZ & CO.'S,
iy N 0.31 Fifth street.
110TOGRA 11, AIiBROTYPE. 1414,4 I
°TYPE AND DAGDERREOTITE
fl,raer ftf lifth and Groat strtets.-‘•The snhamilxm hav
ing titled up room in IrTIGHE'S is pow
propAn4tl to take Likemoixea (hal CANNOT F.W. , TO
till E ..7ATISFACTION.
Call and examine the collection. •
RAILROAD SPIKE COMPANY.
Jos. Dilworth. D. l`i" C. Bidwell,
RAILROAD SPIKES,
Cli A I ILS AND BOAT SPIRES,
Cor. of Water et. and Cherry 'alley,
,y2a) - PlT7'SBunrin. PA
Al EI3.3pAN CONFECTIONARY,
ivtoicsalc and 1304/ 1 ,
.-•
ice Cream, Cakes, Soda Water, Ulm Limps. and Con.
eeliom of all kinds always on hoed. .
jy% 42 St. Clair street.
LADIES' COLORED GAITERS
To eloso out, preomy to receiving our fall goi;ds
A L L KINDS OF SUMMER
N II ESUsBAND'S CALCINED MAGNIA •
largo soppy of this highly esteemed sodpopu
larartiele just received, and for sale by L WILCOX,
eon Smithfield and Fourth uts.
BARRYS TRICOPHEROUS.—This UTi
rivalled preparation hurl stood the test of long use,
and still stands at the head of the numerous prepara
tines for the hair. A large supply just received, and.fß
sato by
.15'27 rot. Smithfield and Fourth bid.
S 7 FINISH SHIRTINU 3LUSLIN.
Another ease just received.. Summer Goody 1401
ing very low. ! C.' HANSON LOVH,
.ty2s 74 Market st
A .
A DIBILOT 1511 PUL * DIAMILE
racruar.—warranted—can be had as - loin Ss aF eify
first class estabhshment in the country, at
WALL'S, Fourth street
DOMESTIC AND STAPLE DRY UOODS,
of every. variety. Also, Eiresa Goods, 141e0 Man
ties, Shawls, Hosiery, White, Go e. ods. & . ' ' •.;
' ' C. HANSON LOVE
Y 4 Market Area.
LOSING OUT, all our Summer Goods,
C
such us Lawns. Berages, Ducal% Lane Mantilla.% &c.
MI 1 C. iiAN'SON LOVE, 74 !dark stieeL
FRESH SUPPLY of Leech's New Post
Office pirectory, just received by
1. R. WELTIIIV
63 Wood street, near Fourth :1
RANT SAS ,V0L.1., for sale by
•• • J. R. - WELDIN,
•30 68 Wood street near Fourth.
IMMI/ff=El
KAY k CO., Wi30,1
No. 83 Wood Street.
F 0311.: SUII.E I. SHOr,g,
E ti O 0 ,
EATON', CIIEE 1 CO
Fifth :mil Mar Lei ,ts
LOG MUZZLE S, LOG MUZZLES.,
k TETLEY'S,
MI Wood F,troet
ANKLE TIE
SLIPP F.RS.
!47.6 Liberty
PATENT LEATiILit 3a rrEits
-
A. LA N
Corner of Fifth and (=rant et reels
(StawAsors to Porter, Rafe Sirett,)
mi r.ker UREBA OP • '
F. A. lIIIIERSCII & SONS,
•
FRENCH . AND
SELLING.O W ,
N. E. scit meaTz t: W.
al Fifth street.
HATS AND CAPS,
D 0 I) ),
119 Wood Street, •
Ono door South of YUUI.
J. JUR". DAVIS PHILLIPS.- JOSEPH H. DAVIS
D
PHILLIP-S
BRASS F 1 1 11 ,
.13.-::.tEND MANUFACTURERS,
33E " .
GAS
_LkVJr_. A 111 FITTERS,
-F4VILK , RI3 AND DE ALERS IN
PLUMBING UtBRIAIi dAs FIXTURES;
PUMPS AND BRASS WORK,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Agents ter-Allen's► Celebrated - Stentn and Witter igutiges,
I NUFACTORY NO. 110 WATERL ioe-tgliC4ll" STS.,
FUTTSBURGH, PENNIA.
Wareraoms ? ST Wooimprpreet, Plitsburgh, and Pelletal street, Allegheny city.
hem-,Airertiiirwits:
NOTICE,LiIooks will be . opened; to .receive
'f
u bse'r i ptio -to the oiiilal,afock of the 1.10-
NONGA [(ETA PASSENGER 'RAILWAY - 111111MPANY,
at the St.. - Ctewlea Hotel, In the city of Pittabufgh,Oli the
THIRTEENTH LAY OF, AUGUST, A.,D.,:1852, at 10
'o'cloelt A:2W 'or said, tlity. • • • JY=
CITY AND -COUNTY INSURANCE COMPANY. --
IVOTICE • IS- HEREBY.. GIVEN 'TLIAT,
AA irk pursuance of an act of Assembly relating , there.
to, and the Charter .of incorporation, appraved April
11th, 11559. Books to receive imhscriptions to the Capital
Stock of the City and County Insurance Company_ of the
city of Allegheny; will re-open attne yeade PETER
PhTF.BSON, Federal street, Allegeny,on.ElONDAY,the,
11th of July. and be continued until the.whole number
of shares are subwrihed, from fr o'clock, A. AL, to 4
Josiah King, James L.Grahiert,
Henry train, William B. puseyi '
Peter. Peterson, • 'John Birmingham,
.0. Craig, . ' Ilarutt, • -
, James Old, John Irwip,Sen,
Jarnes Gibson; John Sampson,
.C. Yeager,George . Lewis,
Samuel Gormly, . . Nicholas NoeghtlY, Sen.;
John A. Scott,4.,,m.pokeff,
• John W: ,
Greig.„
Samuel Lindsay, Jun, .1. lAmmnore,
N. Borelend, , Thomaa Earley,
D: M. trans,. ' "Alex. Hiliinds,
R. W. Poindetter o 'Cliornas Donnelly,
James Park, Jun., . .JanaesAAJlbson,.
D. Lee t Shields, • lamtmisdantra..
jyllttf '
- TO NEW C A STLE 1111LCANA.L.
.
O.TO PAS-9ENGERS.GOEIcG TO NEW. CASTLE.
ANI) NORTH OF THAT PLACE—TpIt will lint
forget that the daily line of-Psteketa between New CatUe
and Nawlicton elan connect tkith the fumonimodatioa
train, on the. P. and -KithttAe 6.135, atiNew
Brighton.- Ify 'going bp thia,roAttn 'yonlyill save tin - letup"
.money, Which-is a great iil:Oet at- the resent time; al
Money is Searee, and Hu;
° frost. has. done great damage
litrGH Pi . BALI';,,
Ira I WP W ARTI itAcHtNisT,
OREAT'EBT*PLN 'PIAINPiq4II4, Arm"-
ry and Dnquezne Hay, Flitai r rgC , Pn.„' SUAkS to
order, and voirran,ted, as good as can be made, the,
renewing machinery, t 1 —team Engines; 'turning
Lathes, for weal and iron; Planers, tor-vreod - and - iron
.Drilling Machines; HousenandTobaceoSerears; ratent
right and Model Machines, m the beet manner ; Shafting.
.1111 e;nl:3 Variety ; Screwy. of
any .1; ter 1,414 , 4 p 444: tilieen feet itt , length. Will
aisP,llioe , IP4Te All . tland, Potter itud—lsigger.Ep
lies, -
ties, ang heck pimps for steatnbW , 40. Lathe
hears tut other Planiug done to Order; can 14 , !4ini 32
inches wide, hy teet..6 inches tong. • •
All Onicre Yvnnpgy FiliatAudigo &Wed.'
atiention and promptitude_ given to
repairs on 'Printing Pre.4ses and 'otheildticldnes. ; ,
• NEW'ARRIVAL
•
. .
PIANO' FORTES.'
4:I3ST RECEIVED, A NEW LOT OF
PIA N S
Friim the Manufactory 61
- . .
CHICkgIIIIII6 & ~SONS,
_ . .
uro34-a li d fietav'es, and carious "style of finish.
iI.S.STRISMENTS WARRANTED:IM:
The puldic are invited to Toll and examine the stuck
of the illbcriller, which copiste nearly
• 'FT - FT. T'IA - 08..
JOHN :H. MELLOR,
B . WOOD STREET.
sip-Three 'Excellent Plano. to Rent': jjr4
NEW STOCK - OF MELODEONS.
JUS . T,TIECEIVED—A SPIiENP II ) NEW
tot of blEt, ODE 0N S, from the
factory of MASON Boston,
including all the styles made by this &tn. •• •
These mstruments have been;approved .i
Ly the greatest musicians.in the country—as Dr. Lowell
Za.on, Geo. P. Riot, W. B. Bradbury, and others—con
sequently they can be relied on as heinglirs! drat isstre
merits. 'They are noted for tne following points:
1. Their pure and musimil quality of tone.
2. Their great power of tone.
Their petfect eqUality of tone. •
4. Theit prompt and'esly touch.
b. Theit besintfuntyli of iSnish.
6: Their tiurnbdßtyV i L "' • .
Thpo - cleaaillegs pTio.
For sale only by .iato v. MR4441 ,
ktio.,bt
. 1 1 ,0 . 94 street.
• .
DescriptiTe eircylars TnAjled to py ild4cess.' ' [t•pyla
lionsekee,pers.
WiIETHING NEW.-B. T. BABBITT'S
BEST. MEDICINAL SALEPATUS, •
Is manufactured from common salt, and is pc
pared entirely . different from other Sale •
All the deletenoua matter extracted in such a
mannerd.4 IrChrndhnelTCPit' and all
kinds of Without containin a Partinle o '
Soler Mus when tho breast or (*kola , Wked: ther
by producing whole - some results Every parti
cis of Salemtus is turned to ps. and passes 7
through the bread or biscuit white baking; Co.
sequentty nothing remains but common Salt,
Water and Flour. You will readily perceive b
,the taste of this Salarmtits that it is entirely di g
ferent from other Salenitus. • •
It is packed in ono pound papers, each wra •
_peer branded, .' B. T. Babbitt 's Best Medicinal
45 .tlialeratus," also,
_picture, twisted loaf of bread,
w•th a glasaof eneryescing water on tho top.
7 0
..ner wir you purchase one paper you should pr
e the wrapper, and be particular to iget Abe
, o• ' next exactly like the first--brend , hs' idwiew.
Full -direttierur fornmaking•Bread' with this
&dahtt.Mtr 4'90. t4ilk q Cream Tartar, will
isl 3 me:eomPln o.ittl Iogo; tp,4; dire:epos . fbr
j N'Ll kimis 0 F4s.#9; a}Sqv lor malin:
Soda M nier and Bei :Is vrrarddr4.
#
AFMCP voila ows som.,
wIST
B.' T.: BABBITT'S PURE CONCENTRATED
POTASH.
IVarranted double ther strength of ordinary Po
Rh: put up in cane-1 ,fO., 2 IP. 3 11)&41Na. and'g
12 Mo.—with full directions Q
alons for making,Hard and
3Oft Soap. Consumers will find this - the - cheap.' .
est Potash market.•
Manufactured and for male by AND
B. T. BABH/TT. .
Has. CS and 70tWashlugton at., N. Y.,
, dew a.nd'No.2B India sL, Boston:.
WM. H.WHITNEY
MI., I
PRICE at the - tittBl:l,iirgll Pos t , Fa*
Street, near Wood. .13
FIOM - VEMEArI FOR $lO.
A HOMESTEAD FOR $lOO.
•160,
HOMESTEADS FOR si,cfroo AND OVER,
RAPPAHANNOCK RIVER.
Frederteketnirg,Lu Vi ginia.
A NEW, TOWN C4I,FER.I4.PFArfr
_EL rcocir, has recently been laid out In GOV ,
county, in the midst of the GOLD REGION -
OINIA„ surrounded,by Mums and Mimeo Ontestonfi and
Farms and Town Lots in alternate christens or satiny
can now,bs had for a "MERE SONG," 04141 to Eirtama
smuterrt in this desirable region. $151,900 worth of
land Is to „be divided amongst purchasers, orator MUT,
as =lnducement to come on arl4Makekin , ,Mvelmerits.
and theland is of the most improvable - qualities.- Many
have already settled, and scores of others are °taring.
Goon Faziaso Lass, at tracts of any sae to- suit pranks/.
sets, can Also be hid at from ten.to twenty dollars pec
acre,y,ayable Id easy quarter yearly instalments. Vb.
queerfwbabbi titles WM en all caw be girm •
AGENTS'.ARE WANTED'
Everywhere to Sell these lands. Liberal inducement§
will be given. For particulars address ,
11411 ID .
IFII. ILazid Agent,-
.13°11
GALLAGHER, CRAIG& CO.,
BRASS FOUNDERS,
TEAM AND -.GAS PIPE FITTERS,
ta ork f;L : U , bth . ERS an PIN . ISHERS . of al . .132 . d5 .. of brass
DEALERS IN Di% FIXTURES, 8C:
°Wee *a!ut Wareroomi, AEo: 14.
live Doors ftonk Firth.
. . .
Foiindry Ilivp Door* below
illintongshclak 'Hoes*. -
The well-kin:4a practical a m and vsperience in the
variant biancheti of Bra* Casting; Steam and Gas Pipe
Fitting, of the - senior Members of the - firm: (who will
give their personal attention, to all work 2 tustmittaB:to
them,) should entitle us to a slutre pp, ¢l,lq,pttr
Alt Orders ProutptlrFllled"
y _~~.~C.
31IBUM111.
11 . _
.A.SSITILANCE COMPANY
NO. I,‘MOORELiTR STREET, LONDON.
CAPITAL $0,290,800 00
• PAID-UP CAPITAIIANDISURPLUS- 2,104411 02
ANNUAL, REVENUE, for the year
ending January 31;1858... . 933,734 12
ITHIS COMPANY INSURES. AGAINST
- Lost or Darriage by - Fire, almost every description
of Property. The Hates. of Pressium are moderate, and,
in all eases, based upon the-character of the owner or
occupant, and the merits of the risk.
Lbsaes promptly adjusted and paid Without reference
to London. - A sp4cial peranfinent .tund provided in Phita
delphinforpoymeat of tosses is Mir constr y.
• ararainiem >a PRISISIT&OH:
essrs. Janies M:Cully & Co., 174 Wood street;
0 John Floyd & C0.,173 Wood street;
Browa *Birkpatrieks, 193, Liberty street
" • D. Gregg It C 0.., 99 Wood street;
& Co., 54 Wood street;
• lambs - WCandless & Co., 103 Wood street;
" Nunick & C0_,95 Water street;
" ' B. N. Fahrresmetc & Cu, First and Wood sts.; -
Jos. Woodwell & Co., SeCond and Wood 130 - 4
lire & Co,F Wood street:
" Burchfield& Ca, Fourth and - hfarket streets
.• M'Candles..s, Means &Co.,Woodt[nd Water sin
. .
'George H. Stuart, Esq.„ 13 Bank street;
Messrs. It .
yers, • Claghorn & Co., MT.: Market street;
Wm. & Co.,' 22 Soil% Front street;
- " ltrCritcheon & Collins, Frontand New streets
Smith, Williams 4 Co., 513 Market street;
-" -7anies Graham & Co., 20 and 22 Letitia street
Joseph B. Mitchell, Esq.; President - Mechanics Bank
James ..thinlap,.F.su, President Union Bank: .
Bon. W. A. Porter, late Judge Supreme Court.
JAMES . W. ARROTT,' Agent,
,Temporary Office, 103 Wood street.
ALLEGHENY INSURANCE CO
. . - OF - PITTSBURGH.
OFFICE-'-No. 37 Flll3ll3t*iet s ßaskir.Blgek.
INSURES AGAINST ALL KINDS OF
4. FIRE AND MARINE RISKS.
ISAAC JONES, President; JOHN D. MeCOBD,Vice
President; D. M. BOOK, Secretary; Capt. WILLIAM
LKAN, General Agent. . •
Drumm—lsaac Jones, .C. G.lftwev, Harvey Childs,
Capalt. C. Gray; John A. Wilson, B.L.Pahnestock, John
SiliSeCord, Isaac hi Pennoe.H. P. Sterling, Capt. Wrn.
Derni,Nhoe. M. Howe, WM. H. Pali% ' .111rM
DEULAVAILICE MUTUAL
sAFtTy
MOITRANaE COMPANY
INCORPORATED i . BY THE LEG-ISLA
-L.- TITRE OP. PEN - MINAFIA,IB3S.
OFFICE, & E. CORNER VIIRDA ND WALNUT 8 TS
Marine Insurance.
ON \TOMEI.%
CARGO, To all parte of the world.
INLAND INSURANCES-
On Go9dst bY.Biver, Canals, Lakes,and.Land Carriages
to all parta of the Union.
FISE . . •
LICSURAICCat
, .
On Merchandise generally, - ,
• On Stores; Dwelling Ronies, ete., etc.
ASSETS 9F - TSB COM.PAN Y,
• •
' - Novzontel, 1858.
',Bonds, 5 ortgages, and Real $ 71,:83.35
.P.hdadelphia Csty a rten .. tlosur--- 101144'00
Pennaayylrama State
:Unite Slates Treainry , 30,132 60
Railroadlsl4 cent. - Idortgagellends.: . 67,873 00
V rin ' alinr "4! , 9 . A. 3 m 0 Ingar6l.l9e-.0;•;'. *362 1.0
.131 OR,E&I
Cash 1511 hand..... . 4.2,057.83
Balancein hands of Agents, P'remiureis on}
Manna Policies recently issned, and opei '81,88'14
404 f due the Capipany.....
x l t i zc l oL k
NT ; Alastia, S4rnuel R„Slcdreg,
t•dmund A. Sender, • J. P. Peuistou,
Theophilua Paulding, ' Henry Slam.
Johnß. Penrose, - Edward Darlington.
John C. Davis,H. Jones Brcuke,
James Traqur, ' Spencer .11PlIvaine,
Witt.Hyre, Jr Thomas C. Hand,
James C. . Robert Burton,
" Win. C. Ludwig, Jacob P. Jones,
Joseph H. Sear, • • Jmnes B. DlTarlar.l
Dr. R. M. Easton, • Joshua P. Eyre,"
Geo. G. Lieper, John B. Semple. Pitt
Hugh Craig • D. T. Morgan, .
Charles Kelley, ;,„
eley, J. T. Logan,
• WILLIAM MARTIN, President. •
THOS C. HAND, Vice President.
Hi st LP2u3, Secretary.
Y. A. MADEIRA, Agent.
de= . • . Water street, Pittsburgh
31 1 1 i qg
TS PfsjraAli . cP 0 (0 1 . 7 -Surf ,
111149 blitziNTSpiEET,
•
• •Ilprillity ca. 9 C;!st•ol• ficITRVI
NITILL 10.1K - E' jci - wps rtisu,
RANCE, either Perpetual or LiMitecl, oA @Very
deseripUon of Property, or Merchandise, at reasonable
rates of ,premiuto. • - _
ROBERT' P. KING, President,
M. W. BALDWIN, Vice President,
. DIRECTORS :
1
Charles Bayes, " E. B: Co
E. B. English, ' George
5 7 i, 1 , - i irown,
E., B. saw . • • loog - hq op . 11 '
S. J. argee, • E. w lloi 4'
F. 13Laccatnut, Seeretarj.
Corner.
J. G.- COFFDI Agent,
. . , • Third and Wood streets
. .
PENITSYLVANIA.INSIIII.I4.IIOE CO.
.
o.f Plttsburgli. . -
N0.'63 Fourth - street
DIRECTORS..
.•Jitoob Polluter, Rod,. Patterson, • I. Grier Sproul,
0 C. A. Colton, . James 11.1lopkins. A. A. Carrier,
He He Sproul, Nich. Vcieghtly; George W.Sulith.
A: J. , one % ,:, Wade llaraplro, f!.obert Pattieir.•
F erred. 413aptW..'..'.:." - .: - .!- L , .'• . § 309.061)
o • ./R -- 2 tlit ). '4
-ART.. 832 33 .TA-E. 1. 1, or all. de.
e 'eeriptiona. . •
orrtcißa
4. /v. CABallar, President. • -
I. GRW..R SPROUL, Secretary. Uslay
.....
Ilerchants' Insurance Compan3 - •
OF. PHILADELPHIA. -
..
v. Pr 'lll', "Presidetit.— . —XL J. AFOANN,Seeitit.M7
_
Amount of Capitai Eitoek paid in and investe42oo,ooo 00
5urp1u5.63,423 35
. . .
. . •
inattme .ftrgo Risks on the Ohio and litis` issiZErs
and Tributaries. Insures seznnst loss •
Firer Also; agithun the Peril's of the and
Navigation andThur E rtation.
WM. V. Pettii, J. C...llinntgantary, Jolty M. Purntun
?count; E. F. Witme.r, Rene Guidon,
B. L. WOoNton, - Jotue Hershaft, Mae. 8.. Wright,
john J. Betterson,Etwootrit.Pusey.
• • 0 •• •
WILLIAM F•Jesideut.
WITMER; Vine Fresident,
I • Steinalits,'Jtistioe it Co
a/14 , 3 , 14U; -
B e i ges ; Laspb-k
Brai & Buck,ldorgew&Stidfole,
, T. Lana A Co, - Pumuoy, &
.PITTSBURGH OFFIC NO. WI - WATER ETTREET.
jab. • ' W. POINDEXTER, -Agent
Pittsbiirgh Insunuice Conipany,
NO. 96 WATER_HtErr t _PITTSBURGH; •
ROBERT.GALWAY Presidenq - •
BRADLE"I" Piesitlea.
A. RINEHART, Secretary.
agaantd:FrUar - Altp CARGO RIST43, op
Lb hie ifltrettr and tr9444rifit;"atiti
IPLIIII4ERISKS'gencinAy.., • '
Mad agutiit loss sold domain by Fire, and ag~aaiinnsst the
Penis of the Sea and Inland Navigation and
tation.
DIRXOIOI6.
Robert D
P. alnk*, Samuel NPClarken,
ph Gasnun, D, John Seott„ •
James hferslialli• • . David Richey, .
Jame 9 W . Rudman ,, Charles Arbuthnot,
• Alexander Bradley, , J. L. Leech,
John 'Fullerton, N. F. Hat, •
R. Robinson, . : Robert-R. Hartley', -
Viißism,Carr, . fe=
Westehl Intartuice.CoMpany,
• " c: 'ot - ,TiTTaBtr4GEL,
.
GEOP;fRE DARR*, Prceiclentr
- • - M. dORDON, Secretary.
. , . •
• Drnlia N 0.02 Water street, (Span 4 Do's Warehocile
np stairs,)Pittalarrgl.
Wilk insure against all kinds of FIRE and MARINE
M A
Home Instittition irianaged by Directors who are
well known In the community, and who are determined,
by promptness and liberality, to maintahr thacharacter
which they have assumed, as offering the , best protec
. con to those who desire to be insured.
• • A.IE'I'S; APRIL 30th, 1859.
Stock Accotulta••- $ 90,000 00
.. . 2,160 00
Open ikcconnts, ..... .......... 17, 25 086 Ts ) )
Cash u s3B7 .
Notes and LAS% 29
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Drazovess.
Atillex, Jr..
George W. Jackson.
Alex. fteer
Wrc.lfalEtt
George Darsie, .
J. W. - Butler,
James BDAuley,
Le . klmw Ackley',
• 7 ; 14
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• wtn,.R;l3l
not
41 W. Biloketticai.
$698,110‘ TO
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