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WEDNESDAY 31033.NrIsiGn:A.IJGUST 10.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
AUDITOR GENERAL,
RICHARDSON L.WRIGHT, of Philadelphia.
. SIIIIVEYOB. GENERAL,
JOHN ROWE, of Franklin County.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET
ASSISTANT 1-AR
'GEORGE CiILLMORS, of Pittsburgh.
The Monument .;to the Pilgrim Fathers.
The National Monument, in memory of the
Pilgrims at Plymouth, is really to, be built.
The corner stone was laid on Tuesday, - with
imposing ceremonies, on an eminence, half
mile from the rock, on which the. Mayflower
band first stepped. Ten thousand persons - were
assembled to witness the ceremony. The
principal addresses were by Richard -Warren, .
Esq., President of the Pilgrim Society of New
York, by Governor Banks, and, by several of
the otheriGovernors of New England.
The monument will be 150 feet in height.:
The entire cost of it is estimated at from $2 50 , - '
000 to $500,000, it is - more likely to reach the,
latter suin.before the fences; grnunds,.and
crything ari.;, Completed. OnlY about $50,000!
have been raised; though the work of soliciting
subscriptions was commenced .five or six. years,'
ago. The .funds are raised by subscription
the sums asked for being from twenty-fb:e come
to $5,000. Thus far-, the money has been
- chiefly collected in NeW England, by a ban=
cial agent and his assistants.
Besidei the principal monument, what is
termed a canopy, is to be placed over the
rock itself, close by the water's side. Both
stractureg are to be of granite, and many years
must elapse before they are completed.
EME=ZZE=I
JOHN N. lectothrl., afritisbuigh.
ran FT:ATOH:
SAMUEL MESE, of Birmingham.
,
.
JOSEPH DAVIS. of —Leg eny y;
SAMUEL W. MEANS. of Robinson township;
PLIILIP H. STEVENSON, of Moon township;
STUCERATIL of Allegheny, City;
Al DREW SACESON-REAUMONT, of Plttsbnrgh.
COUNTI COXIIISSIANED. ,
EDWARD. CSAITTELL, J 8.,, of Pittsburgh.
connti:Tunksontold".; 7,1
JAMES BLACEMORE, of . pittsbur h.
COUNTS AUDITOR
JOHN T• SYMM, of Pittsburgh'
corm tgrayzna:
JOEL KETCIEMI, or 'Elizabeth
➢TtECTO4 OF THE POOR:
THOMAS HEEL, of Tamar=
Mu. A. T. MavvuEwa, n correspou en
writing from, Juka, Tishamingo county, Mis
sissippi, safk , there exists in that county a de
posit, covering thirty-two square miles, of the
richest caolin in the world, fel' the manufacture
of porcelain ware. It is of all colors, red,
green, and white, and ho wishes to direct the
attention of those who understand the manu
facture of ware to the deposit. The landenti be
cheaply purchased, and capital can be supplied
for the skilful mechanic who wishes to embark
in the manufacture of American porcelain
ware. They have also abundance of coal and
wood, and the deposit lies on both sides of the
Memphis and Charlestown Fthead, andon
the Tennessee river and Bear Creek, so that no
difficulty would be experienced in sending the
product to market. Those interested can ob
tain further information by addressing as
above.
Sacredness of Sunday.
In these latter days, no inconsiderable
amount of piety and pharisaism is expended in
laudations of the "holy Sabbath." To do
otherwise than observe the day in the good old
puritanical mode, is thought to bo next, to the
unpardonable sin. And yet the usages of the
church, from time out of mind have been con
trary to the notions of our latter day SE
The following references to high cecle,lastical
authorities, prepared for immediate use by the
New England Spiritualist, will be found 'in
teresting to all who are strongly inclined to the
folly of straining at a gnat, and swallowing a
camel:
1. St. Chrysostorn, whose prayer is read
every Sunday in all Episcopal churches, says :
•• After the congregation is dismissed, every
man may apply himself to his lawful business."
—Hain. v. on Matt. 1.
2. St. Athananius says;" We keep no Sah- '
bath as the ancients did, except an eternal Sab
bath which shall have no end."-:=See Heylindc
Subb. p. IS3.
3. -Eusebius, the ecclesiastical historian.
speaking of the Patriarchs, says:—'‘They cared
not for corporal circumcision--no more do we;
nor for the observation of Sabbaths—no more
do we."—Eeel. Dist. p. 7.
4. St. Augustin says :—"He that literally
keeps the Sabbath savors of the flesh ; but to
savor of the flesh is death."—De Spir. et Lit.,
c. xtv.
5. Calvin says :—By changing the day, and
yet attributing tothis day when changed the
same sanctity which the Jews did to their Sab ,
baths, we retain the same typical distinction of
days as had place among the Jews., Those
who now cling to them go twice as far as did
the Jews themselves, in the gross and carnal su
perstition of their Sabbath worship."—lnst.
viii. 34.
G. Beza says :—On the Lord's day no cessa
tion of work is required; that would be not to
abolish Judaism, but merely to put it off for
another day."—On the Apoc. i. 10.
7. Archbishop Crantner required of the
clergy to teach the people that they would
greviously offend God if they abstained from
working on Sundays in harvest time.-'—Sse
Crannier's Visitation Articles.
8. •
Jeremy Taylor says:—"The Lord's day did
not succeed in, the place of the Sabbath; but
the Sabbath was abrogated. The Lord's day
.
was merely an ecclesiastical institution."
9. Paley says:—"Cessation upon Sunday
from labor, beyond the time of attendanceupon
public •worship, is not intimated in any pas
sage in the New Testament,nor did Christ or his
apostles deliver any command to their disCiples
for a discontinuance upon that day of thecom
mon offices of their profinsions. Again :
The resting on that day- from our employ
ments, longer than wo are detained from them
by attendance upon public worship,is tO Chris
tians an ordinance of human institution."--
Nor, Ph. V. 7. • • •
10. WhatelY, Archbishop of Dublin, says
"The Lord's day is to be held purely us a re
ligious festival, Judaism being abolished, all
its ritual observances must, of course, be wholly
at an end, so that we are no more compelled to
keep the fourth commandment than we are to
keep the worship of the temple or the daily
sacrifice." --Essays on the Writings of St. Paul.
'IL - Dr. Arnold, one of the most able and
highly esteemeddivines of the English church
in modern times, says:--" That Sunday should
be a day of greater leisure than other days, and
of the suspension, as far as may be, of the com
mon business of life, I quite allow ; but then I
should have much greater indulgence for rec
reation on a Sunday than you might have ;
and if the railway enables the peOple in the
great towns to get out into the country on a
Sunday, I should think it a very great good."
—Dr Arnold's Life, Vol. 11., p. 210,
12. Luther says any where the day
is made holy for the mere day's sake—if any'
where any one sets up its observance upon a
Jewish foundation—then I order you :to work
on it, to ride on it, to dance on it, to *feast on
it, to do anything that shall remove this en
croachment on the Christian spirit and liber
ty,"—See Coleridge's Table Talk, v. ii. p. 316.
TUE STATE SEAL OF OREGON IS arrescutcb
eon, supported by thirty-three stars with the
Union" inscribed upon it. In relief, moun
tains, an elk, a wagon, the Pacific Ocean, on
which there is a British mah-of-wir:departing
and an American steamer arriving. The second
quartering with a sheaf, plow and pickaxe.
Crest —tho American Eagle. Legend—the
'State of Oregon.
Jou a the passengers by the wrecked Alina v
-who have arrived in England, is,Sir John-Eow
ring, who lost in the wreck the MS. records of
his long and varied public life, which filled
forty.volumes—a volume, to a year. .
•
[C,orrespourience of the Pittsburgh Post.)
LETTER FROM WASHINGTON CITY.
President Buchanan—The Ads of his Ad/nil:-
istration—Selecting Delegates to the 114Itio?tat
Conoe4:on—The Pennsylvania Leaders of th?:
0p4hcf,2;.7..471,te Antagofilsm of the "OR_ ,
posil4" North t 'aKsl i ScOhe'nev•Detno
erotic i.,*.evi.:4l'-10.thit4fon!,Testiplonial to
S. a .Fsteri7 . .tu.,, - ‘74 - e.
lATlNthriciTo.N . , , ingust 8; 1859.
The recent letter of President Buchanan to
Judge McCandless, of your city, declining to
- be - a - candidate for the succession in 18GO, open ,
a wide field of operations for the various aspi
rants for that high position, and they and their
friends seefn to be fast :occupying the ground.
I regret the determination of the President, but
coincide with ydnr ;opiniciri; namely, that the
contingency, may possibly arise that his selec
tion would be necessary to promote the welfare
and interests of theemintry, as well as to frater
nizo the conflicting elements of the party. That
his record in office has been and is a pure and
eminently patriotic and himest one, his candid
political o pponents now admit; and history will
so record it, and when his term expires the
measures of his a dministration, not yet all ma
tured, will leave their impress upon the coun
try's greatness; and be monuments' of his
statesmanship, to be admired by every well
wisher of the home aild foreign relations of the
government. Witness the peaceful solution of
the Kansas and Utah imbroglios, the with
drawal of the right of search by Great Britain,
the treaties ofcommerce with Japan and Chinn,
the atonement of Paraguay for insults offered,
the. VATiallB India difficulties, peacefully solved,
and the present negotiation with Mexico, yet
to be made; with advantage to both notions;
these, - and other acts of his administration,
none of which are we more interested in than
the system of retrenchment and reform he has
inaugurated in all departments, will stamp
him as a man of prudence, foresight and pre-
eminent ability.
I have always thought that a new system of
selecting delegates to National Con yea tions
should be adapted, not only in l'enn , :\ vania,
but in every State of the U oio
The National Conventions eon.dt of IL , many
Senatorial and Representative delegates as we
have Senators and Representatives in,Congress.
As the Senators are elected by the St.•te Legis
latures, SO 11110011 the Senatorial delegates be
elected by the State Conventions, which have a
representation equal to both branches of the
Legislature. lint as the Representatives in
the lower house of Congress come direct and
fresh from the people, through their district
election, so should the Reprerentativedelegate s
to National Conventions, be sent there imme
diately by and.. front the people. Then all the
varied interests and ideas of the sovereigns
would be fairly represented—then would the
system of log rolling, trading, buying and wil
ing of State Conventions be gone forever—then
would the minorities of States be entitled to
their just rights in the general convention, if
which they aro deprived through the garrot
ing principle of state assemblages. The next
Democratic State Convention should act upon
this matter. New York has taken a step in
the right direction, favorable to It selection in
this mode, and Ohio, as I understand, will for-
Ward her delegation in accordance with the
system:
Is the Opposition in your State prrpared
to
follow the lead of the ex-leaders of the De
mocracy ? Cameron, Moorhead, Mason, et
onmes gene, who, soon as their ambitious pro
jects found no favor in our councils, fled, body
and breeches, to the ranks of our opponents.
Will not these'new-fledged "opponents," fleece
and betray the party to which they profess to
belong, as they attempted to do with that which
they deserted? New converts are 1110Aly
tilt
most earnest and devoted for a season, but
when the novelty wears oaf, beware the expo
sures they send forth. Those ttho are friends
from pur'ely sefish interests, scarcely ever meet
iheexpectations of acquaintances. They give
the word of promise to the ear, but break it
to the hope."
There can be no union among the antagonise
tic elements of the "Opposition,,. North aid
South, for, whilst the former is fast merging
into Abolitionism, the latter is clamorous for
the re-opening of the slave trade, and the pas
sage of a law Congress to protect slavery in
the territories. To these two causes may well
be attributed any losses our party has sustained
in the recent Southern elections, for there. the
‘' Opposition " have out-Ileroded Herod, in
gaining political advantage over What our
Northern deserting brethren call the pro-sla
very Democracy !" That the party of Jeffer
son, Jackson, Polk, l'ieree and Boob:vine
should be so violently opposed by the f-xt
rvsoe
men of the South and North, and upon sods
flimsy and discordant prete:,is, for, in ti,
South they say it is too -Free and in the
North it is too " Pro Slit, cry, - the best evi
dence thatit is right in principles and policy,
and recognizes the views of no section of the
country to the disparagement of any other
section, but labors sincerely, and with a
will for the mutual good and advancement of
the entire nation.
Cannot the conservative face of the country
rally, therefore, in a patriotic spirit, and asst-t
in crushing out the dangerous dogmas, North
and South, that peril the very existence of the
Confederacy? Cannot the sensible-thinking
portion of the community, its busineSs neat
its manufacturers, its judges, law-makers amid
'laborers, read the signs of the times, and dis
cover that in the impending sectional contest.
of Isco, the hopes,and possibly the existence of
the confederacy; rest in the soceesss of the De
mocracy, as against the ono-sided Northern
party of which Mr. Seward is the emlauliinent,
and likely to be the candidate ?
To advance the interests of the party, a now
publication, to be styled The National Dom
-ocratic Quarterly Review," will be issued in
this city . on the 17th day of September next,
a day consecrated to the heart of every Amer
can, as the anniversary of the formation of
the Federal Constitution. It will be devoted
to the advocacy of the doctrines of the party,
'without regard to men, and bids fair to earn
for itself a national reputation. Such a ulna
zinc is, and has been, greatly needed, and its
political and literary articles, will be emana
tions from the pens of the most learned and
s n At. v v e a,e r ant Washingtonuan
en e
t e ese
previous
r e y t : so n dua o Nsu. m i
distinguished literati of the country. Hon.
Thtnnas B. Florence is the editor, and his per
rusthwanithl success.hve ever
ted Th , The
o hi n c e bit i a;: es of um th e e
found
to -the country or some fashionable watering
The Capitol remains almost in sighs
quo, Sp far as regard its completion since I saw
it - in December last. The magniticent Patent
Office r exteriorly, is completed. The Post
Officei eXtension will be in a few months.
The Treasury exterior has gone up, somewhat
bat on-the greater portion of it, work has ceas-
ed.
The music of theßandat the Capitol grounds
on Saturday evening was largely attended, and
I met many old acquaintances. It is the only
attractive retreat during this dearth:of enjoy
ments.
Talking
of music, I would very properly
suggcs that the numerous troupes of negro .
minstrels in the United States, bo ana
they. are hereby notified, that inasmuch as a
gentleman of your city has cultivated the
taste (he had the talent) for a number of years,
and produced for them the machinery out of
which "theyhave manufactured most of their
popularity, it would' be exceedingly appropri
ate in them to present him some substantial
and elegant gift as a testimonial of their appre
ciation of his musical and poetical acquirements.
1-refer to : STEPHEN C. FOSTER, Esq., whose
, 'sweet-toned negro melodies, go wheri4ou will,
are heard at morning, noon, and night, and as,
oft bring the: tear of affeetioxi 'to 101 e negfo
listener's cheek, as the ringing-daugh to his
ivory-tilled mouth. i SitN Ex.
.. ,
Repudiation. - ::, ,
We clip the following froin the liewNork
Times of; the loth, which reiterates what we
have frequently expressed hi this eummuni-
•
An address by Judge Arthur McArthiir of
-Wisconsin, delivered before the people of Mad
ison, he I.apital of the State, on the 4111
contains the following just and forcible re
marks on the duty of the State and its people
to foreign creditors. This eloquent and right
ly directed argument is the more timely as, at
present, nearly the entire Municipal and Farm
Mortgage Debt,. as the 'Railway_ Mortgages of
the State, are in default, and feiv or no neti
cc
steps being taken to remove - the difficulty. It
appears frout the.confession of this prominent
citizen of Wisconsin that no system of railway
work in . the country ties been so entirely built
otrineanq borrowed out of State, as the roads
Which Onnect the bake ports of Wi&von
sin with the 1111,14sippi liver. Judge MeA.
safe :
•' This gigantic progre , t has been brought
about by our railiaants almost exelWiVely, and
in building then' pi o bably qaitc t/iirtg oe i„ - t,
n o/Le', ol f/..//,,. ha,/ dun, bornorPtl and ,rsrd
1 !Iwo. ...,rist,•ach.Pid. 1 have been inferinial
he por.ii tot: fain iI is with onr railroad statiAic , ,
that nut ht,,r, atilt la, hand red thorivinthbd
-1111, 11l Cif ~I. 1.'7, bee,, paid by 01(7 . ei 117nis 1,,-
-rritril,:th, cost Of 0/0" ralfrOlniS . , :a. , that tilino , d
the total outlay for their construction hots been
borrowed ..it of the State, and paid inlard east.
by foreign eapitaliFis, who have derived dio
benefit trout their investment, a n d who;e -Un
paid coupons Mid forfeited bonds are melan
choly proofs. of their valinsleF. , tiei:.. There ix
n t a ct c onnected with this subject, of tbe lit
liu.d importance to the honor and credit of
NVis , ioisin. Evperience leo , proved that the
road: at i• i• ,S prtldflCti WO than wax nntkipnt , a,
and the comp,iitt ,,, 11.1\ .• failed to present there
lilortga4..., :0 , 1 li:IN •• ,•M 1.0: 1. , 1 tito innnieiridi.
tie: , W. 11., ,li3riiiit., 1 tii,•ir Loma', 01.1 i, 11,
Witlid3 01 OW ii../.1 , r , .
NVIII'II the read- e. rc latill the 111,mm - wad
not io ti'' :-:tat•, it to,, 4 ~.kilie trom a broad,and
be o btain'''' open ,deli neuritic: n .: ice (( mid
i. ...it e, I" oder the, tartan - lance; the farm
iii ortga , v.er , ovecutcd. Their validity is
now called in que,tien ; and the legal points
win 4 thy il'o”l" will be !.-1:11l'Ikatml by the
n uthoritive triloomb of the State. rod IL mut
be properly !toped, that idler the (liffirdon of
SO Linn li pr s ia•rii, 1 rodma a by the i nt ~.,t-inefits
inefits wlech they were intended to enure, and
in view of tin• ,I,npornion, totan•ilt, '6,116 , il then
hart' twit Ue niente: of ,howering iiiion tei, the
prdticiples of juri.-prtuleneo w ill l iariii oni,,
with the dictates of jmdico, protecting the iii -
terqata of 1110 paddle:. twiiiirditig tii Ow just pro
Vi:,10113 of tteir unilertaldlig. These are pri
vat. entracb-, but the ett.He ix widely different
wild, tho town atel city t-evuritie3 gis en to it.,ist
Liii ~,,,,i , ii i , Thep ~,r . . public F.a.uriti ,,,
which Jerk' , a sacred itivioiabi:itr from the
public faith 11 1 / 4 1 honor. With Li 0,„... Li„,.; - .. i.,
but one course 44,1i1p3tible will. mural sews or
justi.e, and that I', at ally -:Wrili,o, to i0,,t,, ,
pri, i-ion r.r1.14.,p35 Meta of OW tor.L until that
e
p rinriltil eau be li q idated. No pi.r.•ll, or,
1,, very few, have dared to hint at the other
11-4
a lternative, which d: repudiation .1 do n od 6,
I el!re i bolt lite pf to 'oft' of in .•.. to ~,, are p.., , ,,,,,,1
(on Mi. /I, ! iii , oxi riaao. But there are too
i i La ,i , b,,,i, o f r..l,odintint.: our just public debts.
and both of them entail nn equal inlieritatiee
of 'haws : on,: i., I,y openly refacing to pay,
and the other i., by vi,iitg i o dbing to pay. A
State ,an never Ftdlde its debts i,:,' r,•i.111.11lioll
it', 0i,1,:ritt,,,0, will fir.. a 110../ . 'or bold . i11..g .",o." .
ar..p,•1.7.1,1:1 ye ,. of all ...sr .11 ia the' IL tPrld. ,:.: 1
”I'„don,!us/rout el,:.,ri,lfiwt .r rroo ,••;N , ,."; , " ,
118 igid,,,,. We are told that the people of the
towns atal iitie s NO” bay" vol u ntarily v"t'd
theis public' el edit, 1..11 not, and e annot, hear
the ne,eitary taxation 1.4, them be 11 ,, r0l
if they fall into tit, putrid gulf of repudia
tion, they will halo Njoi, grj,,vous i , :trde„,. Li ,
li,sr than high iIiXOF. Tha tiqirit or ronni, mud
:41“1 the 11101r31 SVIISO of the world hill job its
in uni , ci sal i n falll .
Ttui benefits , derived from the loan, ev, oval,
even in Ina 43 ;at 15 Valth. a ti,,,,;.:,„a 1 -..1,1 the
amount that mould be I.,;dlPleid to -aye WIT
credit anti our elitiracler, an.l 1,111, . tithe of
what We I.° already reali,:ed, would ...mply
enable ii , to pay the interest it- it ittllii iluo It
lit owiiy ti) lioo our I,l4lut4oik, and ,111 , 111 01 y
difficulty to regain it. A littio :elf twriniiii
unit stilt ili•riiml, at tliii proper inn°, will pre
,ert eUS 11,111, .1, 4reliatillll. NU 0i1.... ...%.•1' 1.,1.
a character but he regretted in the bdterio ,
of despair, that lie bad not r:- - :orbal tothe
metwx of retaining it. Si, with Slat,',. i iv
nr'etib! ,,3 to ray fhta only thvfx -1131,ii.,,1iti,,:
•,, , ,ii tic bii....,h(..4 it ha 'h a y,. proved riiiiroloit.
Tlio world rCT,',,Lrlis it tq1.t.1.0 LO „(.4Thtliillility in
lb. ei.J,Crete, and lit. ig314, , i, 113:1A.' ~ , I, , rlm-
Mate the members from the whoio•
\i' hen n p011it• erillto lc Vllininitt.A. in pill,
• iillll7llll.llt, 0, ii•l/ilf../Iflii.4i art , la , too I bl'll •
y•• 77,c pat/e - foith , , ii th, 1...,1,,,,,,f 1)„
oar e.unr7turOtt '11).. i•bor.,ricr 4.1 " the ,\i,ll,
'widest f,,-.1...P1.,, nail 114• "tot ot, ,o o 11. ~.,11•
i, 1,117 ii o's; o't 1. , ‘l,lll, hi "o • If 0i11.54 that
-Whenec er. brand of ilirelicti , tit from gt,ost
faith Lai stigiiiittizel a State, that titute Lirt. al -
ways heel) uutllLWlft,' it triiitritt: to her F.i,t4.1
titinititt, tint! t .huttitt•tl in their common
after tin original
91 of
thh,d bititit folly i t \ itittii-.1.
•
" tt iv the t :ettrit „r all 1,0,1,1.
, , t
~ f vvery honorable
Suite in the 1 7 lion. The tot.p.• t,;:littt wit that
attache , ! t„ trill not hit for t .,,,th•it
until Wit toitivit t.. blush- Ihi tho other bluk4.
1:titil111 oin,•1" \ :MCC of fore;gl} dolJ)..Slit
ivages., Ims liplat.l4l credit. of nation:
:throat', :mil silenced anarchy tit 110111 e."
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*et-4. •4* •••••., e -
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Y - {
Ccia. ritiirlds tor Iloug
(len, recently, at a Dollioeralk
v,iition at Puribault, Min., said
Gen/trine - a : ton delighted to see 1.0, Dem
,.•ratio party of Rico county—indeed of all
Mirtnet,Ot:l—plating On the harness for another
straggle. The preparation h , just in the Rifirit
to WAIN, Viet/Dry. Thera 110 iSIODS, no
JD./ 4.llsAvnthiliS nO 1111S1Inder
standing, in oar ranks now. Every Ilinn who
loves the Democratic! Aandard, seems to have
made up his mind to keep the bravo fla
allont in Minnesota. If you hear a Denio g!
ert
talk of defeat in the coining roil, dill
trust him. The right kind of AMP is not in
him, and the sooner be carries birmelf and his
talk to the opposite ranks the better. I ton
happy to say W have no such croakers among
us, if we had we would soon kick tlwm into
outer darkness. I have soniethint; giaid to tell
you, but it's a secret—and Tama want the
lie
publicam to know it. I think I'll give it to
von if you promise to keep it to vOIINVIVCS.
Thu , people Of (Loa/ United Stfiti'g have made
up their mind, to make Stephen A. Douglas,
of Illinois, the next President ; and what I•
more, two-thirds or the .people or ISlimo , ott
will vote for him, and when they My they roil
vote a Green Mountain boy. with W heart al
most ns big as Jackson ' s. ' Phis is Inv secret
and if you communicate it to the Rep.eblican.
I will never toll you another.
THY.Cineinnati Commercial, in cominvntinlz•
upon the telegraphic despatch, in reference
to
the excursionists trout the Qucen city, whilrt
in the City of Brotherly Love, says:
Powers of lightning, defend ! Here w ,,
have, by special ,telegraphic buUutin, tine as
tounding information, that "dinner was served
at Fairmount, and. lunch at the College."- -
Query ; did that dinner go before that 111110 i,
or did that lunch precede that-dinner? Fur
ther on, "the party., visited, the . halls of the
Schuylkill, where they took 'ppec." And,
as if this stupendous and astonishing perform
ance wore not enough, we are graciously in
formed in addition (by telegraph) that "they
did not see much of the Falls, but they enjoy
ed the supper hugely l" Shades of pives and
Heliogabalus! What an epicurean. City Coun
cil is ours! What a halo of glory must have
encircled their hands, as they, swallowed that
telegraphic supper ! How their splendid vis
ions of Aldermanic dignity must have been
more than realised, in thedelights of that Api
clam banquet!
Arrival of the Steamer: Arabia
SACKVILLE, August 9—The steamer f.
from Liverpool, on the 30th, arrivol at Hat,
fax at half past two o'clock this afternoon. Her
news, which is three days later, has probably
been' expiessed, and will be received hero at an
early hour tomorrow morning„torOatO, how
ever, for the Wednesday morning papers.
Hozerhave 9 si ilolland Bitters.
The press of the country has been particularly
loud in the praise of these Bitters. Among the many
notices, we offer the following to an impartial public:
" It is a well known fact that we do not puff patent
medicines, and that we but seldom advertise them, but
Ikerhare's Holland Bitters come to us endorsed in eitch
a manner, no a specific for the &tidies it profesaes to
cure, that we not only advertise it.'but git it this raver*:
ble notice unasked by the proprietoi."-17andei ZietunN
few Foe i
• The,Phllitdeilphia dr . u.s, in apeaking of the late exliii 1
Aion held in that city, by the Franklin Institute, says
:• ; I
: -In noticing 'medicines, we are always extremely cap,
tons, unless satistiedof the meriti of tho article. Among
those exhibited is this celebrated Holland Hitters This
-medicine has been extensively introduced into every
State in the 'Linton, and into the Canadian Prayitle.PS,
principally within the last two years. The exhibition
shows testimonials i a every language known in America,
among which we notice one frum the late John 111. Cla
yton, of Delaware.
"Ikurhave's Holland Bitters are an Myatt:elite remedy
in all cases of lippepsia. 'lliey impart a strong, healthy
toue.to the stomach. and are the Wit renovators of the
VY46:lll.liirtterelli•-."--chicaiie Bnllrtip... . • . . . ', ,
'l)yspepsia, Headache and iiidigi•stion, by 'which al
riersons are more or less atieeted, can usually be cure,
y taking moderate exercise, NC hol,otne toed, and t
dose of literhave's Holland Bitters one hour before end
neal."7-titattiaites; ..•iitri..-
" I herhave's Boll:eel Bitters far lilyspepsia, Headache,
f Appetite. Nervous Debility, and all diseases con.
start upon a disordered stomach and Liver. This ar
ty!, is very favorable kuowu thoroughonttlie West, mid
regularly prescribed by some of the most distinguished
rity.il,l3ll,." Phi/a/lc/ph ill Ledger, • . :
,y
•• There. can loe 110 better remedy for Indigestion, Ii cart
urn, and Less lit Appetite, thallelioalaivs's II ollallti Bit
rse.-r,:tfirArgaii Radiate , , : . .. .
11. ii (I,:fullv.—m., Genuine highly Concentrate('
liiialiave . 9 11..11A11d Bitters is put up in half pint bottle:
roily, awl retailed at .tine dollar per bottle. The gren
demand for this truly ci•lel waled 'Medicine has indite.
matte Imitations. which the public claiuld guard againt;
pii rid iltsin if. &Mitre of imp( isitiOn I : 4 0 1, 1,11140 W nnll.
11
I. 0111 P 1111W1 av
..vr) bottle youbill%
lIEN.IANIIN SAGE. .1 a A Co., So e Proptiotore, No.
27 Wood, between First and Second ets, Pittsleirgli.
eiu ~iluertifientents
TO PRINTERS.
WANT ED.—A situation, eitlicr iii a news
or iol.o otliei, it+ PIMiSMAN, I,y ll' iren , n) of t'it
ylltr. prlteli.lil f•xperirne, lt,felepp....+—W. 5. Ilaveh,
or ttloroitw Po,t 3.,1, ortio... GEO. INGLIS.,
..livrliadti Po,/ 005-
_
0 1
' E N-
TUE EATING SALOON,
Opp,ite Ccnfrn! Jkpot. Liblrfq St.
110AIWERS mkt:a at. remonablt• ref
G. \V. BoUItIIECK, Propneto
u luaw I.lp
•
sTxr Em EST OF TILE ALLEhMENV BAN]
Pittshurgh, August - 13t 1 ;,
ASSETrt.
amt D1.C,11111.,1
1,11 , 1 , y othei
OM=
II a 111.11"1 t:
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It ,1.1-411.ttriln.i114.1g.r..iit...tisillt .13) 1,1 111
.1,!lo) 1:.513T. FIN
HUNTED DOWN-BEAUTIFULLI ILLUSTRATED
lIIINTED N-11EAUTIERLY ILLUSTRATED
HUNTED um N-BEAI,TIFIALI ILLUSTRATED
('U A. DICKENS' NEW STI igy
DICKENS' NEW STORY
cii As. leK EN' NEW SToR
THE FIRST EVER WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR
THE FIRST EVER WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR
THE FIRST EVER WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR
A Ai AMERICAN PUBLICATION
AN AMEBIC A N PUBLICATION
A V :131IMIC AN PUBLICATION
BY THIS CELEBRATED AUTHOR;
BY THIS CELEBRATED AUTHOR;
BY THIS CELEBRATED AUTHOR;
IN THE NEW YORK LEDGER
IN THE NEW YORK LEDGER
IN THE NEW YORK LEDGER
nll}l/ OCT.
N 0 W 0
nt 0 V 0 r T.
Ft,lt 111%\T &
BS 111 , NT & ~llti Fat.
Fula SALE I'S 111'NT & MISER,
And r-w ev,ry load and
fl IZEAT SALE. OP TOWN MTS. IN
‘../ 1- AV ESl.MC.ltEl..kNlvcousTv.--on 1...iN1)A1 . Al , 1
TEI:Ntu N. an.,-,tist I:dh, at 3 o'oloel:, on the premises. '
will Is' sold—too Owns, llioldtm; Lots, n the new town
td Penn ~l ' Pa•IIII,I.H, now hnown 1, l'oll,l gilliintl• tin
th. , P.•uu?v is AMA Railroad, Weittuorol:ind county, Pa,
''..', nate , Irom raishory,li.
'II, 1,!;• amenot .4 women
reeetdly oxpended. the
Illillii., • , 1 ill, 0 . 0,0 ,I, od, and Elm improvements al
, nly t0 , ..1e, and m i.r:e..•resa of ronstrnetion at Polio.
141.• $lll. 1.4'...1 ~ a.1• , [1,-, of its 140sperity. With IL' toe,
11....t.ta.1e mineral rosouree. and local ialvanta,,,,. to.
e• t'..ei unh line illi..ilino , 44 t role and oommeree ste - ored
v...t le, the trr..ut Pron,ylvantar•otrul Railroad. nothing
.
ono 1.:. . env Peon from beromin ! a populous ne t int
ipollool O. tr.r.faettalog tout,. The luta urn from 30 to
... feet Iron'. IN 11 . 1,11, iilo 14i ii loot deer, and well I,
ai..l for I.iiihfine. They are npprussed at from tall to
$ . 240 F or iot..tot will to sold wnltont reserve to the higiv
••, held., if .nu-half of the apprae....l value t, hia t
.ti .t t inelll Tato perfect.
Tr,..“--t - k rash. and v, s monthper hot. on ail lot,
..i., i !, il for 1,,, ,, than t:O , , on lOLA that sell tuts s:•‘i an,
,r.. •41, -is .11 , ,11, II 00311 , 4. 11l antsy .o.
with oned I,
.. 11 , 1.4.. , r ,.. 11 ,, , ri7 , I . : k . Ff. , 09,11 to 1. 1171 id 011 u:It•11 inn
heti -old
A •peentl Ram 1.1 1 , 11 P,,,iigor Lad itai leave In ,
',..eitgcl 1 of the Pc one -ylvania Cent.r...l 11Xdroaq
o', lock . preefo.l). on the ,lac of ride, of
04. an:ulna e roali per-ott., invite and feticide) a i•li
•ie to :mead. to and hoot the hee of eleit ge. cop
ol ••1.0,11• a A1.1,0).kii,. *l.
P M. DAVI.A. Attetaincer.
A /Fel AN I) 111 1 61;Y AT AliC
l~'1'14)N 'I in••runig, Aug. loth
it I I •••• ..1 the Colowercio/ N" . '
'an sac. 1, a lo
lor I , ..,tern Made Idtrunclic:
tine Ito [Try:
P. M. DAVI. , Aneuinieer.
INIllNTINC;-IIIII1SF SAFES, DESKS,
Jt• i A.C., AT AUCTION.--4. 1 n 'IIIIIRSLIAN
A Fl'EltSt it IN. Anlv>t Ilth, at 3 o'clock, at the coin•
moored PllOlll4, No. 54 Fifth street, will de
solil-
I •' , lc , Iron tiar ,, , lie' 1,, lienches, Counter. More Fix
C , . [undo) P. M. DAVIS., Auctioneer.
AYekitru Honey.
DR. FELI.N. KEEN4N will remain one
m Atiguat Sill. 'atHUU S E ,
for the pnrpo•a• or ,tiowinq (mina:ging I;•',..'ix
making Oita new, healthy and cheap invention. It •'au
odor much cheaper 111 All the 800 Money, and i• con.
sider,...l by tlico, hho have used it in Cincinnati a good
deal d
healiiiier. Family • learned at their rioateu for
line Dollar, or f•ir tile Ifeelpe al the hotel, fai cents. n
Anent , . wanted. ango,3t
MRS. M. H. MYERS'
SCHOOL &VII 'YOUNG LADIES,
Nn. Ifinxicoell!
THE DITTIES OF THIS SCIII)OL .w I LT,
1., reallnm lOtl We FIR.sT moNDAy OF s EpT
itEIL Mrs- NI. will hti tutted by 1111 efficient corps of In.
st motors. The arraugenientafif the Principal enable her
In ensure thorough instruction in the cantina branches
of n polite and tveful education.
A celecd iininher of lioarditu.„ , Pupils will be received.
For jui • lliof information and cireufwa, app , 1y aty her
residiq•
aa•• • ' iiugadw
. MAN[ II ESTER pIZOPEIrf y._ uti iid •
.
by
mg ig,, e geh tit) f,etfrontilll 6 2
13.4 feet deep to Elnlith Riley. Price $4OO i.t14 , . or $1)04
for the three lots. For aide by '
S. CUTIIIIETZ .t SON, It liturtzot
)\ - 5, 7 'S II lILY PERFUMED CROWN
wINIXtit I'
—much approved of for washing
aid :dia::ing, A large supply juat revolved by
JOSEPH FL N.IIM 13;f:,
anvil • ent.oer poimond and Market street.
R . (
• Jij GER.—This la an excellent family '
that aerimen of tho year every famll3 , should have fititt•
tle :„. :1;11 0 genairi e t
'entre'rAnkt a ° 11 6 1 . 1 liaLrFecitifiNt(rCet.
NEVI A 1 , 1 ;.) F,N T ERTA INI NG BOOKS
4lxty Year, of'tiLlfolitzo, by John Brown
l'opolor Tolog from tlio Ncltito, by Losert.
n Month Among tho Ittno' Not ,a, by • Co^
17eo0rey Hanlyn, by Henry Kinga
lelielet's dove, di Amour.
t mo n Meredith's Poems. in blue and gold.
A llioleoeniptly of tiaribaldi. • '
Tho 11e1 trams, by the author of Dr. Thorue.
ril
rleit tploone of Scotland, vol. 8.
Wallet oley, by au thor of Allen Prescott.
'rho itommt,,,, ito He.
K11113111 . ' 4 Art of Extempore Speaking.
Johon I I ot hits, 1 lent., A new edition illustrated.
The 141 rd of Norlaw, a Scottish Story.
d'by Wars of The Hoses, by J. G. Edgar.
I,iingstreth oti the llonoy Bee.
thug:hold's l'OrtOsities ot Nelltral History.
Tho Candler, by P. rt..
The Tin •I'rlimpot•
AOll COM,AItS, DOG - COLLARS.-01
141 Dines to suit the largest New Foundland or tho
sitiallast.Terrier, at Low Pricos.
Of all vorielles, nL
v:3O
--,---
. Be E 1 WI 0 ''' Cr -.PA- L _
e
111
sT S :OR A. WEAVER' 'MILINERY
is rmoved from No S .
24 F i fth etreet, 10
No. Al on the opposite Bide of the street, next 1101/1 . 10
Eaton, Cree & Co. s now store, second km... (miKl
CUES —_
E—.lL boxes Primo Vlosterit Hl'
PCIRO, T1'0.111;011 on consignmen J. t, and
F E for
sideTZltilt by
wig!, Corner Alarizot. and Viral strovla,
25 ACRES OF EXCELLENT LA 1) 1411T1,
SALE,I2 acres in cultivation, latno
lao tti no , L*,
a small dwelling stable, garden, Ao,t' nov of N I
ing spring of good water. Situate at tattoo Inilwa fi-140
the city, and one mile from Clifton Btation.. #1,49n
Terms—S.7oo in hand. andl7oo in orayent.
jY/4 8. CUTHBERT & tiON, of Maskat
The Western University.
lIIS INSTITUTION, with an able Board
1. of Instructors, an extensive and valuable cabinet
of Minerals. a complete set of Cliemical and Philosophi
cal Appamtus r mostly nvv. and alarge and commodious
building. &feta the beat adv . antages td.those in a prepa
ratory,or eollopiate Collree.•
The'next term will comnienee' September sth.
•-• atigB:ftivetk" . WM: SWF:WELL, Secretary.
ikrouisz TETEDOITIC ;
OARDTNG AND DAY SCHOOL FOR
BYOUNG DADIP;No.I 4 9 Tway srnzrT, Pittiliugh.
This Sehool offers to - yea: nag ladiesv i beside. a full Eng
lish eourse, unusual fatalities to acquire the French Lan
guage and Literature, the Pnncipal, an American born,
having resided several years it France, and being assist
ed by Mr. Tetedoux, a native of Paris, and graduate of
the" College Charlemagne."
The second annual session Will open on 'Monday, the
32t.h of Septernhor., •
- Price or tuition by the term, f 2.5; Frenc • and Latin
utugio, without extra charge.
No pupils received under ten years of age.
For circulars, Ac., apply at Mr. :Mellor's and Mr. Davi
sou's stores, or at the residence of .Madame Tetedoux
augfasep2o
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP,
Protected Solution of Protoxide
RAB SUCCESSFULLY PASSED THE
ordeal to which new clincoverien in the Materia
_Medic:taro subjeeted, nod must now be received
u 3 ao
~,taliiiiirtr,di,:tut_ It,. etii , rtny in imritit,
Affections of the Liver, Dropsia, Neuralgia, Bron
chitis and Consumptive Tendencies,' Disor
dered State of the Blood, Boils, Scurvy, ,
and the prostrating effects of Lead,
or Mercury, General Debility, •
and all • diseases which re
quire a tonic and altera
,.
• tive Medicine is be
yond question.
The rro..fofit: ell - wary :Ire ,1111111ner011,1,40 Wolintlthen.
ti.atted and of ,a,,h pecIIIIIIr char
rwter. flint anti - ere , eannot. r 941.11 - • .P . 4.
ably hesitate to teeei ,, a the proffer- 4.6
. .
G 44
r ak 4
.1854,
•
rnvinn Syropdoe, not pr,
o n Nue-311,1.0t its rnngo Is;
,n , , ben:Wise inlny ,11,,,, , 0?
:tidy unlike, are nitito:outy
~ J. and proeeoding from one
45. may 11., cured by one rellte-'
1851,,_
.th,. (4,,, , 0rdi? ,,, e , for widell Coagtaa." .
Syrup provide. , :1 Pore, is preet.ely that which ha ,
ofion, I,,itled t h e Iniele , t inrae.r of innedletniti Inkill
len fActnn are tangible, the Nittion-Sn ., :ncvet-riMe, and tht
;:tinntV mid n'trieldry oh he Syrup incoutroVeitilae•
Prtivi,—Large I,oule?. $2, or 'ix for ,110; r.l - 1,311 Unottli: ,
$l, ~r ,ix for V.P.
11,1rie onmfoleznent mn the et.nonry of the uPnYTNIC
I Su. r. - 10 4 :1111,411,1U:a ittneut, we r, to n
,t . Urn Liao! , ill the. onoil-try, the e.tr:•ful reading ,
vamplilet.
r 12,437 7,
. 111,057 44
%Al 1(
1":2‘..9 to
SS ) J,A) 14
91.514 uu
1 2,101 J
ILkY & CO., G 6 Wood
))(NI MUZZL,F.S, Due MUZZLF4,
Howri a TETLEY'S,
IFOO.tI MirelA
Pll3 Adurtistutents.
of Iron Combined,
DYSPEPSIA ,
Ecr. Martin 7,11,0rp,
."Ctio, Star King,
‘' Charlel
.1”1111 Pic rimnt
Whittvmor ,
Jaint+ R. .Mika,
S. 11.
01.
Id, by
G EQ. 11. IN: 'V SE
Ilroool iptreft
iflEN'r EEL P.)Ali NO.—Six rent enien
' tan la. 110,4nm...ta10a with room.. and hoarding
in a fir-SA.la , h•parding home, plea,tintly lovatud
I.lorty 4lrovt, LW. aliallte , ;ilk Irtola the lat.iurti I,or
tVan of the eity. tnn•rnialion apply to V
II V. 'lll'N Et. :it it att... Morning PoA.
GEN TS' EN C t; 1, F a
i.A.rENT LE. 111EI: El 411T:4
CONGRESS “AITERS,
14.4 otT ilry 1.,N I fire•, :it
W.E. SCHMERTZ & CO.
)I.'l . I'ES. Tlici 4o bt7antiful an,
Oil tt l a < in all their perfeetiii
or in izroupi, may be
ALL'S. obtained tv
Sno , ' Sifilding. Fourth ~treeti
Dissolution.
HE Fl KNAP. CARTER, W
T
soN t (XL h 't,«.n an,:nlred by ti n e dtnitl
II my Carter and Matt: : , tvrlinz.
Angubt
•
co-vARTN Em II
tb, late firm of Ktrtp. CArtrr.
eilt 1., e•Altitme4 by the I m.terrtguva
tinder ll.e
Ilrm-hAme of IiriAP,.C I ; I . I .V
cif A R1. 1.- Fzi NNAP.
FrAltle of HEN C AR T ER. . 4re'd.,
.1 A3l E
August. I,t,
•
NIIT AND BOLT FACTORY
l'Jleut !lot l'r,ced lihtg of .11,i2Als oia liana, and man
tirsettin.d. Bridge, Agricul
turalAe, furni,hod at short uottro.
Wareh u
ose, No. 11-I Water street.
auatly KNAI'. SCULLY & CO.
RAILROAD SPIRE COMPANY
J .,. Dil w orth, w. C. ntdweil,
(Siter,,rs fn Pt,rt.r. 1:41 . fe trSirrlL) .
11.11.1171,111Ci1tr,
RAILROAD SPIKES,
CH AIIIS AND BOAT SPIIOE.ti,
Cor. of Water st. and Cherry Alley,
J'ITTS R(711, 1'.4.
p( c. olt A Psi. A7sIIIIIOTYVE; ME-
I. %INOTYPF. AND DACCERREOTIPE GAL
LAEBA, el, and Urontsteerts.—Th,,ub-wriber hay
tilt.,lllp rtnAll, t M"rilairti BUILDING.
pryttArva IlLke 1.0,11 k ,,,, (hid CANNOr
1.1% SATISFACIAON.
OTLIMiIIO th,eCOll.2ol o l l .
.."
A. LANE,
01111,r of Fiflllantilicubt AnieLs
•
$5O It 111 IVY ARID.
I&LEN from tle subscriber, onSaturday,
July 1849. a RAI MARE. live years old., fifteen
hands high. one hind foot white. sore on each side,
caused be the saddle girth, nwlis and trots under the
saddle. had on an ohclooktng mettle, with dark ernes-
Imre.' saddle cloth. The• thief gave Ins name liv 3011 N
BARNETT, is a taut about six feet high, with black
whiskera. am! had on a black eclat and braid hat.
The above reward will be paid fur the mare !ml thief,
or one-half for either. 11. ' , Arm EitsoN,
• t Diamond at. and Cherry alley:
_ - _
lETNA STOVE Wu
1U
LILIA NDER BRADLEY
KAMITACTLTER CID DIALER IN ITLICT TARIM ON
Cooking, Parlor & Heating Stoves
'LAIN AND FANCY GITATEFRONTS, &C
Sob , Proprietor of the Celebrate,
PATENT (.4.S ANI' SMOKE CoNBIIMIN
COOK STOVES.
01Tice and Sales Roomy
ov'Maydp No. 4 Wood Street, Piltx6oroh, Pa.
:15 eases Cliequot qndrts Champagne Wale -,
5 do do pts • 'do
o baskets. 1.70cd lleidsoielea Alta do do
10 . du' 'do • • .40 Pp do do
0 do Boije4e pt.3.'alit4 LlOtiol. qls do ,o
6 do do do do Om 40 ep o
2.5 eodos St. Julien Medoc Claret
10 do Ladles' Catawba lo
15 do do flinger do
In-store, and for sale by
tue2.B MILLER & RICKETSON
I'. A. lIIIERSCII4. 4 k ,- SONS,
FRENCH. AND
...
AMERICAN CONFECTIONARY
Wholesale and Hetet
leo Cream, Cakes, Soda Water, Gam Drops, and Con
feetions of all kinds always on hand.
42 St. Clair street
ALL KiNps or.summE
FIATS AND JAS
pODDS ,
_
• It li 0 ilroptl street s
Jylo One door South of Via
VA LU ABLE SEWICKLEY PROPERTY
FOR SALE.-A new, well built dwelling, 42x.td, well
arranged,7 rooms on first flocir,wlde hall, portico naftent,
and porch in rear, largo cellar. six rooms on second
story; li,tii acres fronting Cu the'Ohlo 'River, and extend
ing hack to the Railroad. near the station. j
anal S. t;UTHBERT A SON, M blarket et.
NTY v4oui3.Ty FOR , RENT.--Tbree
. psimiiiont blsrcioo. , stands for mut. Alan a brick
dwelling on nocond sui.ot; roogtoo:
jylld S. CUTIIIO4I,T 4.ON,sll4arket .4.
lot kliii - irTic TRICOPHEROUS.—This un
.2.." mailed preparation has stood the test of long use.
and Ain stands at the head of the numerous prepara
lions for the hair. A hove supply jest received, and for
sale by L.' WILCOX.
. )Z:l7 nor, Smithfield and Fonrilltat
NV
( 3r it A'S r S CASES, Vi. 11... I. foi 7 0( 1 by
J. it. ELDIN,
ON ila IN ood . street l ricer Fourth.
ON 'et IE . I' . F., it itSN
Y 'IL LE .(7.A.D,. t4ree
A.,./ tunes from Allegheny. le acres of valuable land, a
good dwelling of ti rOOIIIP and cellear, tarn, excellent
ming and civil house. Ac.; au orchard of young bear
ing trees, grape vines. arbor, &c. • , ' • •
ly;to 14, cliTilimitT a SON, 41 blarket street.
COI itlttilt /Ali TOOTH PASTE.—This arti
it -
.
.0 eta may I. used oo nntantly,an4 to any extent.thus
1•v i 0
powerful atitupetie gnalities.presennng the teeth,
iiitlnit hottlthßit tirtnness to the gums, and entirely ob•
ietilrin the distrusting odor arisin g from defective teeth.
tee 4410 by • . .. • JCssEPII 'FLEMING,
au& comer of Mitzi:wad and Market otreot:
. _
J. LIARVY DAVL9WIN ......... ............ ----JOSEPH H. DAVIS
DAVIS & PHILLIPS
BRASS FOUNDERS AND IVEADTUFACTURER S,
Viter„ 33 E. R S,
GAS AIgifDTKIWAIVI FITTERS,
1114NUF.k.C . AND DEALBUS IN
PLUMBIMI:MATEPA. IS,IGASIMAIRES, PIMPS AND BRASS WORK,
; or El:7 - 140AESCRIPTION.
Atien94-0110inted Steam and Water Guages,
MANUFACTthI-Y- NO. 110 WATER, AND 104 FRONT STS.,
PITTSBURGH, PENIVA.
wareraoms, GI Wood street, Pittsburgh. and - Pederat - street, - Ailegbeuy City.
auya6mim2clp
PUJ ~durrtistineuts.
t.Ce. NOTICE.--Books will be opened , to receive IsT,CtIR,TI-Mmt,-2.3"
.subseripta..a9 to the canital stock f the TAO- i .
,_
NONGAHELA PASSENGER RAILWAY COMPANY, AsISIMOVE,. rylv[ls/M1 ).
niche St. Charles Hotel, in the city of . Pittsburgla,on the
THIRTEENTH DAY OF AUGUST, A. D, 1.850, a 10 , .
. _. ..
.
o'clock A..M., of said day. - • . l ).' 1 ' NO. 1 310,011GITE „STUMPS lONDON. 1
L
CITY ANU COUNTY INSURING :COMPANY;I :4 „ tipitAßlasirED IN 1836: - '. •
NOTICE IS 'HEREBY GIVEN Tilia;: : --,_ -._ _ . .1_ ~.. . . _
~_ ..-
11 in pursuance of SO act of Assembly relating thae-t C.A.P1TAL,:„...:.:c.a....i.: . ...., .......... -. 56.208,8 1 90,0 0 ,
to, and the Charter of Incorporation, approved. AprA ' PAID UP CAPITAL , A riD SURPLUS.: .2494,1112 04!
Uth, 1559, Stoke to receive ,nbacriptions to the Capital' -ANNUAL REVENUE. for the year, , ... .... --
Stock of the City and County Insurance Co:marmot the . - ending-January-34,486&,..i...-....... --.. 933.7 34 1
city of ABC theny - ; aill re-open atthe officeoLPETßit ; ,-- ..^. a •.- E -, ___ . . s ,
PETERSON, Federal street, Allegeny.oo MONDAY , . the Tilig-AXPARA.NyLtNsiSIiki ;AiWNST
ilth of July, and be continued. until the whole number i Loss or Damage by Fire; almost every description
of !Mania - are subscribed, from 9 o'clock, A. di , to 4 'of Prof ierty,- , "Phe , Rafee of ..Piemiunt •are modem% and,
o'clock: P. di., each day. . - is all cases, based upon -thicoharacter of the owner , or
Josiah Ring, James L.'Gralumi,: •i occupant, and the merits of the risk..:-
Henry I Ns/Ohara B. Pgsey, , . Losses promptly adjusted and paid without reference.
H -
Peter Peterwin,
rson, john Birmin ham, ' to London. 4 apecial permanent final provided in Philo
0. G. Craig, Wm. P. Baum. '' ' delphia for paracat oflos:tes in this country ~. • -
3: allitti Old, John Irwin. Sen.; SENISZSCES -IN PITTSBIIIIMI:
James Gibson, - John Sampson, • - Messrs. James Bretilly It C0.,174 Wood street; . .
C. Yeager,. George Lewis, " John Floyd A Co: Y 9 Wood street;
,
Samuel Gortnly, 'Nicholas VoeghtlY, Sen.,. " • Brown k I:trkpatricks, 193 Liberty street
Tohn A. Seat, ' R. P. M'Dawell, -. ' " D. Gregg ax,..; 99 Wood street; - ,
John W. Riddle, . I/avid tireig. .. . . - " Wilson, AVElroy & Co., 54 Wood street; . .
Samuel Lindsay, Jon, J. Longmote,, • a James M'Crin,llezia k Co„ tut Wood street;
It. Boreland, Thomas Farley,' . • a Nimick A Co., 95 Water street; -
D. M. Evens, - ' ' Alex. Hilan.is,. . ,"•H. A. Fahnestock. & Co, First and Wood ste4
R. W. Poindexter,. : . 'Thomas Donnelly, - . " Jos. IVoodwell & Co., Second and Wood sta;
James Park. Jun., James A. G ihson, . 0 .Atwell,Lee At Co, 8 Nood alreet; • -
O. Leer Shiel..l, ''' - ' Qmindssimwe. -,' . Burchfield & CO., Fourth and Market' streets
'vital " , .Id'Candless, Means & Co., Wood and Watersta
. •' ' - ' , unto:nem Le-ran-kW:U.IM. : _ .
George H. Stuart, Tisq., 13 Bank street; -...--, . -
Messrs. divers. Chighorn & Cri.,.=.l Market street;
AVM. dr Kee A CO., 22 South Front street;
lid'Cutelieott .4 Collins, Front and New streets
' '' " Smith; Williams ,t Co.. 513 Marketstreet; •
- a • - ' , James Uratiant A Co., 20 and 22 Letitia, street
Joseph B. Mitchell, .I.lsq, President?ilechanics Bank
James Imolai , ' Eau, President Union Bank; '
lion W. A. Porter, late Judge Supreme Court.
JAMES W. ARRO'rT, Agent,
"" --”Dorary Office, 103 Wood street:,
_ .
.
TO NEW CASTLE int CANAT:: : : 1
. .
, TO PAS6ENGEBS GOING TO NEW cAnix.
AM, • lc( Print OF TB AT PLACE:lroti will not
forget that the daily line of Packets between New Castle
and New Brighton still connect with the accommodation
train, on the Circa. P. if., and with - the 6i/5, A. 111 . ,
at New
Brighton. By going by this route you will Fate time Last
money, which is a great object at the present time, as
money is entree, and the .frost has done great damage
. je3::4o-ii • .
HUGH 11. BOLIE . .:- . .
v,,, tiGINEJIULLbER ANI) MACHINIS T,. 4 ., PG II EAT W V.STERN PLA I NING MILL,' co. Mar.:
Gui 9:arul Dwpiane D'ap, Fitt - burgh, Pa..•will Make to
61-,lfr, and warranted. as good as can be made, the
hillakving tusehinery, viz.—steam Engines, Turning
Lathes, 14 wood and iron ;Planers, for wood and iron;
Drilling Miteltines: iTuusen and Toteucco Screws; Patent
rleht and Model Ataellities.inthe best manner: Bhdil ing•
Pei lies, and Hanger.. octal ova and variety; S..iretvii. of
any diameter and pitch, to fifteen feet in length. Will
also matte, and have on baud, Doctor and .nigger En
gines, and Peek Pumps for steamboats, .te. -Lathe
shears and other Planing done to order; eau piano :12
inches wide, by 9 feet G inches long:
.
At! Ortkr; Promptly Filledarid Earmesflo Solicital. -•
N B.—Particular attention and promptitude given to
repairs on Printing Presses and other . Maehittes.
Ivailuq
lAhrard Edmund
IC I PM
PIANO FORTE S .
JUST ItECEIV El), A NEW LOT OF
FIFTH STRE
aud 7 outaveq, and various style of flnL+h.
Thu public aro invited to call and ermine the stock
of the which COUSLitS Of nearly
#i-Three Excellent
NEW STOCK OF MELODEONS.
JUST RECEIVED-,A. SPLENDID NEW
lot 'of MELODEONS. from the
factory of MASON A HAMLIN, Boston,. - ..77=. .....---
including all the styles made by ibis grin.. roi ,
These instrument , . have been approved 4..
by We greatest musicians in the country—as:l)c ~,, r , • II
'Mason, Geo. F. Ikett.,lV. B. Bradbury; and - 0
..,-,_ ,`-,:' • 're.
soguently they ean be relied on as beingfirssl . 4 4 o/istr? .
loads. They are noted for tne following , • •!= .5. :
1. Their Imre and putsicelAntditY f WW I %
2. Their greet power or tope.. • . - • ' :
3. Their perfetn ettnalitY of Mlle.
4. Their prompt and easy. t ti zt.
5. Their beautiful style of •
O. Their durability.
Their chespuess of , price._ .
For sale only by . JOHN H. MELLO%
. No. SI Wood street.
liescriptive circulars Maned to any address. iroyl3.
!'~,~
VAL
NEW ARRI.
PIANOS,
From the Manufimpy of
CISICKERING & SONS,
WALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED:Ia
FIFTY PIANOS-
JOHN MELLOR;
81,,NtiOOD STREET
• To Housekeepers. . •
Solf orirlNG NEW.—B. T. BABBITT'S
BM' MEDICINAL SALERATUS, .
o ls manufactured from common salt, and is pre
, C , pared entirely, different from other Saleratui. u a
All the deleterious matter eructed in such a
nuinner as to produce' Bread Bisellit, and ail
, N 1 kinds of Cake, without containing a particle :0
Saleratus when the bread or cake is Wked;th •
„by producing wholesome results Every . • ~,
tlicle of Saleratus is turned to gas, and passes 1.1
Ithrongli the'bread or biscuit while baking; CO.
..equently nothing remains .but common Sal
Water and Flour. Yob will readily perceive b i
a the baste tiii! , Salv,rlitli 4 tli4t it . 's entire yoh
,
o'ferent from other saieram ,--
It
is packed in one round papers, each wra
Iper branded, ". B. T. Babbitts Best Medicinal
, ",Saleratus," also, picture, twisted loaf of bread, *-1
vi , th a glass of etterveseing water en the top.
„IWhen yen purchase oue paper you should pr
-
1 ,.,
tPs el - , ewrapper, the and be particular toget the t
next exactly like, the first—brand as above.
Full directions for making Bread with•this
Saleratus and Sour Milk or Cream Tartar, will
S'l°e°P3Pan e ach package; also directions. f 0 , 6
l _reakini allbinds of Pastry; also, tor makiul .
Idaho N., ater and &Wilt:, Powders: •
MAIER. vova ()Wig sg+f! ,
WITH 17.
I,
11. T. 11.113BITT'S PURR CO
POTASIL '
Warranted double the strength of ordinary:Pot-I
, ash; put up in eans-1 lb., 2 Ins., 3. Ina, nibs- and c . 0 -
. 12 bil—Wltik fulldireetions for making ;lard and
ioft Soap. Consumers will find this the 'eheap.i
e,t Potash in market.
' 0 Manufactured and for sale by
liati
• . e.. T. 13A.BYsirr,
. .
ir,los.ei and iO Wroiliing,fou 14., 4.. i., ; ;., ,
, akvi - - and No. 38 India st-;140illon I U
.
'WM. u..witrrNiejt.
. ..
o TT 33 I, I C
CiFFICE 'at :the Pittsburgh Post,:
street, near Wood. -•. • •
.j 713
- 4,4Q74 3r447)F2R $l2.
A HOMESTEAD EOB PAW
I:IOMYSTEA la FOR .$l,OOO ANI) 011E417
11 , 111FITEDOM LTD NTAR •
RAPPMCOgNOIC.IIIIt RIVES
Fredericks burg, in
Virgihlu. -
A NEW TOWN CALL - k RATTAHAN :-
NOCK, has recently been d outfit 'Ciiikievper
county, in the midst of the GOLD REGION 01. ti Is—
surrounded by Mir= and Emma Cosearmc and
Farms and Town Lota in 'enemata, itivisionlKor: wimps,
now be had far a " MERE. doNq," simply to INDIrCi
Pcw
TITLSALL.r in thiedeirable re 2,154000 north of I
land
is
to be divided arrionEat Pore 4 " -sersth.GlT/3 #v" r r . 1
paled inducement re come on aria make impraviments,
and the hafit is OM! , runt improyebletvaMica 'Many
have already settled. and sebre3 of othttiraro Coining.
Geer, E+aucsa - L,trni, in tracteof 'any Aid to eniDtn
rctra.
es 4 also be bed as: crop (ep to tWrfity dallata nar
acre. payablc caergaarter YectlY.
quatiuttabtatigus Wrflia .4oxyx,Pf
AaENTO ARP: WANl*.tip
'Beerywhere to ea three
ad' haduCerneuta
v in for particulars addrese
E. BILVIiitH, Latid'Agent,
Port Royal,
N E 'NV FI R
GAIT-AtagEßl CWC .. 3! lk
BRASS - FO,%J,ND,F,FtS,
TEADI AND.:GAS. FrITERS,
PLUMBERS and FINISHERS of sltkinds at taw*
DUI:LENS IN GAS - FIIITRIEW &Va
°ince and. Wfweroorn, 114
Ave Doors frina Fifth. •
Foundry, N 0.1.52 First at., fire Doors below
• Monongahela Mown.
The weßknown riractical skill and czporbincit In ass
various branches of Brass Casting. Steam aroitias Pips
Fitting, of the senior members of tho tirta, (mho- is ttl
give their peronnl.altettlion tw ill work•otttrtOth4
thorn,) should entitle tut In a alum. o ri , mk piktrow*
AU Orders ProutrUy FUltd;..
'4,lr 'r
11511Tattre..
ALLEGHENY INSURANCE CO
- • _ -OF PITTSBURGH. .
OFFICE—No. 37 Fifth Street, Bank Block.
TN - SURES .AGAINST ALL KINDS: OF
1. FIRE AND MARINE RISKS,
ISAAC JONI'S, 4 Preeident; JOHN D. ItfeCORD, Vice
preeitlent ; 1100 E, Secreta6; Qtpt. WILLIAM
DEAN, General Agent.
Dutterce.a.--.lsaar Joliet t= G. Hussey, Harvey
Capt. R. C. Gray, John A. W ilson. B. L. Fahnestock,John
D.McCord. I, ac SS Peniteek. it F. Sterling, Capt. Win.
Dean, Thom. N. Howe, ROA. H. Davie.:. nri•
13 Di 14 OW IV MI I
SAFETY
. .
IN - pv.ritAwcE com:p4mt
I NCORPORATED. BY 'TIIE • LEGISLA7
TURE OF PENNFILVANIA, HAL
OFFICE., S. E. ME.LVER TIVEDAND IE4 LN t'T STS
' ' ran.ADELpiliA. .• •
- -
.. ,
..
- Marizie:,liitinralice. • --
CARGO, _ To ail parts tit the world.
FREIGHT,J r , - • ' -
' - ' EILAND 'INSURANCES ' . '
On Goods, Crunds, Lakes, and Land Carriages
to all parts of the Union. ,
• FIRE. INSI.IIIANC. I, ..s
On Merchandise generally, ,
On Stores, Dwelling Honses, etc., etc,
..48..5.E TS F b9.arto6f.Ar,
•
11158.
&Dads, Ncr•l phi~edelptyiaPgna, 42d /kg P4t. kz : s
,:ny 6* cent ...... • .
Yermaylvama State L0an5104,425 00
United States Treasury NOtes,U2 50
30
Railroad 6 V, cent Mortgage 80nd5._...-
....,... 51,275. 00
Stocks in Railroads, Cas and Insurance Coe-. Z,362 50
Bills Receivable......-........ 331,666 26
Cash-on hand . 42,067 85
Baltume in, an . da of 7.,Agents, — Premiums on}
Maxine Policies recently issued; and other
l }' 14
debts due the Company-.
DlEl[ol'olll3. ' • -
Samuel E. Stokes,
Edmund A.Bouder, , J. F. Peniston, -
Theopldlus Paulding, Henry
John R. Penrose, - Edward
Daxhngton
John C. Davis; . H. Jones Brooke,
James Tun:Muir, - , Spencer Mllvaine.
Eyr% MOMA23 C. ItaFui,
James C. Hand, Hobert Burton,
Wm. C. Ludwig, . Jacob P. Jones, - :
. Joseph H. Seal, . James. B._lsP_Farlaa, d
Dr. R. M. Huston, Y
Joshua P . Eyre, _
Geo. G...Lieper, John - B. -Semple. Pitt
g fig hcmig, D.T. Morgan, r• •f‘
Charles 801 l ey,
- WILLIAM bIARTIN; Preedent. *:
'PHDS C. H?BD,Nice Presuleat.
ilmsr 1-Marilif; Ue'nt.
MAP ",
No 10 Wafer- vtree gb.
FIE..E4ADF44 3I Thf!..I . P I PATIP
•
larlTlOUltaa 03CPAIST
NO. 149.tHESNUT STREEL'I - -
Opposite the Custom
WILL MAKE. ALL KINDS QE II3SU
-1 B.A.NCEosither perpetuAl or Limited , on every
description of. Property or 'Merchandise, at reasonable
rates of premium.
ROBERT P. _RING, President,
: I
DlREcToris• BALOW/N, Vice Pressident,
Charles Bayes, E. R.
E. B. English, - George W. Brown,
F,B.V•arer.' Josefavg. Paul,
C. Sherman, John Chiyto!),
S. 3: Magargree ' _ E. •
F. Rua:ma, Setretary. ;
G..COFFIN, Agent,
Corner Third and ( Wood sheets
PEN4BYIO7,I*ST-r . 4 41 4? 0 P C P•
Of putlolurvt•
—No. 6:4 logprth. Street
pi@eo...._.. ~ -
. Jacob Painter, . Rody,Patterson, .I. 6rier kiiont,
0 C.. A... coup% . Jame& R. Popttins. A. A:Carrier,
.11 . eury9proul, Nieb. Voeghtly, . 'George W.Smitb.
A.'3. Jones, ' , , Wade Hampto ~,, .Robert Patrick,
, Chartered .Capita L.. $300.000
- . FIRE ANIS MARINE ELSIt. -. FARM% -of all tleL
. .scriptions
, , A„ A. CARRIER, Presitlent.
I..GRIER SPROUL, Secretary. , 1)&1:1
• .
MerchtmW-Insiltpce Onipmy
OF PHILADELPHIA.- :.
arcANN, Secretary
Amount eapital Stoekp3l4'iti. Inv - estedMo oo 00
Surplus 63,4 Z 35
•
.
s 2 63,•m .15
Insures Onxgo Risits'on the 011ie and Mis' issiprl Rivers
u.,..inimeies. Insures ligainst loss .'itiamsge by
lonigninst the Perils ei the' Se
, Ntntigation and,Transportation. 1--• t-;;
DIRECTORS:
Wm. V. Pettit, J. C. Montgomery, John 14.- Prunroy, -
D. J. Dl'Canu, '0.7. Witmer, Rene Guilion,
13.1.:-leitiolsron, ,, John A. Marshall,, ' CLas. :B. Wright,
Mate:son, Elwood T. Pusey..
OFFICERS:
• - WITILIAM V. PETTIT, Prldent.
E. F. WITMER, Vied PitSiditlit,
„in 4 1 44VP. 1 0 .. f* =. I ‘ ..
, . BCCANN. Secretary.
CLEFEREPICIMI '
Seiger,:Lartib po., -Ste Jn-Mtee
.....r;hitt, PTO; k - P.4).; - BRe-1411progipAStulfolii,
Pumroy, d Co.
OFFIC NO: 9rWATER BTAVET.
' -'"' :RAY. :POPADEXTER. Agent,
Pittsburgh Liiigande -Couvany,
GG'WATER STREET;' PITTSBURGH.
Y Prestaent ,
ROBERT
94MAti.Presid
X. "BRADLEY' tee - en
"F". ArItINSHAItT, Secretary.
' agairtel-HFLL ASD CARGO RISES, on
the Ohio and leissiesippt 110:ers IFibtltruies, end
MARINE RASES generally.
Arid tinst• toss and derrizge by Fireiand eV riw nst the
PeriLs of Atte Sett- And Intanitnnigatlcat-and. Tutr•
DIZZCTOILS.
RoVertGalaray," • • - - SamilallNCluriara
Jogaila-P, - Giamra, Jotta, Beat, •
James Pavia! Richey,
40xclea WA - i tatmaxt, CharleaAttalc.•unt,
Al&zaa(terl3Mlp7, Vt.r•e - fi;' -
John ylleTtop.' - F. nark_
11. - $44. o 11, • 14rat 11-133itier,
William Carr,
Wootornjnourance. Company,
. • OF PITTSBrF.OII,
GkORGE /FARM, Prai,. , Um;
GORDON, Se...‘tvent7,
~Orrica lickiriWnter sti‘scl. tS•F`u“'t
up
Wll.l - insure egkinst all kiwi* a FIRII atoiltAhl.:Kß
Home Institution tunnnak.-.l:m Tuar*er/oitt vot,
tic 100 In Ow omnlnntn7.*- 14 ; 11 : 0, Qv> Aekrztnut
twe prouppuuwi and titNandity. roam*. tlica .....n.a.„**„*„. •
wiurh thry hare 10:41.1:0 , t atetntA 1t.V.41.1 , 444 ,
tin u to th.. , 30 who df”Altt•l6. o t , :'ll.l.3.V.Vt4 ,
Anal ,
v.
tatlizi #O.
I,tipou,,teowahleN, ;5*
'sirr
i s trWAUlo 40 - 7 W Lk
Natal rant trait VW* '4
itcratotoos,
kleolow D p
A, rutiKA
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• .I,WIVAA*2I\
l'Wh**ol , 4AWPAkb.
isAfaCytu 4e.
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