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    VOLUME XVI.
PITTS3IIIIGH MORNING POST.
9Pliltzd C,ll wry mernin2, ( Siollayil.tzLzrecii)
WA' JIAMICS P. BAlllt,
Ls 71.11 ‘1•:4114k_11 LY WOOD A.ND tifT.D
ittHMA —Tier Dollars a tom, pay.blo strictly In u‘lvauev
1311. I: 1,01, !la b y bad..
ttit:gle s.tas, Tee• Cants—aur ❑al., ht the countcr
In
nrol by ize News Boys.
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One cquare, per annum, (ezr
Liarringe toticc.g, tX., CCU
PITTSBURGH SATURDAY POST
A MAIIIMOTII WEEKLY.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR,
IN CLIIIIB OP TEN.
Slagle Subseriptior.a, -- CZ par annum.
CONTAINS ALL TITT CURRENT NEWS
OP THE DAY, relit:cal, Literary, Agylcultural, Oommar
cal, Local, Teleamphie and Ilia=Manton!.
This Paper being of the LAudis? axzi, and neatly prints
on due white paper, in large, clear type, will be found by
the imbealbor to give better satisfaction than any paper
published in Pittsburgh.
l'Oroff who wiale-to Ink° a paper from Pittsburgh, will find
t he SATURDAY PUOT a safe and 'wettable investment.
A ldmes, JAIBUS P. BARK,
Editor and Proprietor.
IMERECE!
BA.IaR MYERS ,
BOOK AND JOB OFFICE,
POST 13TJITAD 11 , 3 Gs.
Corner of Fifth and Wad Streets,
PITTSBURGH.
THE undopsigned having made extensive
additiuus tiro LATEST AND ELAN bSOMEST STYLE
. _
P TYPE, zr_o iror.roveL: ito:l4:wry, to the I.IOIINIUG POET
JOB OFFlcl, invit.. to 4 ttontiora of ftAil Road (Moor
g verc hs t a,.., b aA l t , Lsi poblic gen.:raliy, to their
aperior facibtioE.• for ox, [mg v:ith dial:GIL:l4 on reazoteiblo
6rma, all kinds of
It N fi, ID A
lITERCANTILE,
LEGAL,
.r.cp ENEity OTIUM DESC;RIPTION OF
H 4411.4 87: TANGY PRINTING
CZ—Our In7.tEre.ll heiug Dearly all we can giv, 10,11'
SLIC,O tilv aatiefa:•Alea, and ordeal
BOOR, PAMPHLETS,
RAIL ROAR BILLS Arin USES'S,
13 All i; jIIECRA, SLANE. NOTES,
Li 'TER READS, BILL . IIEADS,
0 - r - LLs LADING, CIROLTL.ARS,
BUSTNF_SS CARDS,
PAPER BOORS, DEEDS,
MORTGAGES, !WNW, Ac.
ParLic.l4 :;ateation will also 1 - n3 paid to tho
Coacarta, EXhiLitiollll nod
airCll6,B. iaARR t M i IRS.
BUSINESS CARDS
TE - ie Peopge'rt Shoe Store.
D. S. DIEFFENBACHER &CO.,
Cheap C Dealers to ail Liada Vaationabl6
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS,
rcr den! leincz,lkelies, Youths and Children,
No. 17 Plitit Street, near rilarket,
PI'i'TBURCIH, PA
I. G. ri.G.D.T.N WEL JOHNsGII- .......... L:JOHN..)II
PERRIN JOHNSON,
Proprietors of Childs & Co.'s
Patent Elastic Fire and. Water 1 3 ra°
t
Cement Rooflag.
143 T.ltf r,TE.RET
'RS for ROGI'I NG' Tiroraptly arid 116 W-
El:di exam :ad, and oil our work w&rruntod.
Buuflne latiturial odc;,3)a on lewd, aid tur link, wail di
ra::tiott¢ tar riP4... septtly
JOS. F. nadI.II,TON Cr, CO.,
ENGINEPAIS A,NO MACIELNISTS,
-
Corner of Ari: and Litzky strut, Pia.sburgh, Pa.
SUPERIOII STEAM 'ENGINES for liriA
and Saw &Rik BreWCrieS, ['tinting Estublishmente,
hlaraitactorl,s, to order. They also continue the
manufacture of .their C.lebrat.4l Nlschinists' Tools, such WI
Thruing Lathe., Iran Plar_t•re, - goring end Drilling Machines,
, Nittati4h: I ri F.hr.fting, with Pol:413, - nangon
8c ba jaB:ly.l
RAIN £71012807i..-•.......11. 0. 1111.1.1.. t.
JOHN THOISIPSON .51. CO.,
Er i OUSE PAINTERS, GLAZIERS AND
CaLLNIIIIS, No. Third stroet. .SIGN
executed With neatueo; end de,patcle. sized Paints,
Cila, Turpentine, Varnish,. .I,:pala and English Patent y
eta, Ville-ilobtaigne finch, a very superior article; Phila
delphia rand. Pittsburgh White Lead always on hau4 r o od for
6:1c: We 0.7,T prepari to grind colors for Painters, Drug
gists, or others, at the shortest notice, sa we have a Mill
which grinds by steam Painters will save money by get-
Wag their colors ground with ow tmrs:ly
GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES,
A, T ANUFACT RER,S YRIOILS
HYDROMET - ER B
cs vetglaing baJt atticicv cce
tien.itt io tlilß city.
AND ItAituitiliTEllt.,
fir} lag 1.6
Fuel(ET CO:s1 VASSES,
AND
SURVEYOR'S COMPASSES,
lwaya on hand .t G. E. 811.AWS,
fraei.l.3l Opti.„Tian, b 9 Fifth greet.
sea upwaito Zil.n.vorLU Hull
B. C. & 3. H. SAWYER,
LARD OIL,
. .
CANDLES,
PALM, TOILET,
AND ROSIN SOAPS
rg 0. l Wood g:v set, Pittstmrol, Pa.
DISSOLITTION OF PART N ERSHIP.—
The arm of BAWOBIM 8110. & BROWNLEE was,
on the 23 of "slay, 1658, diaaolved by mutual consent, by the
Withdrawal of 4.Efiti fIAWORTU tram the above arm.
The nor-0111Ra of the tat arm null b. aottlea by 11.1.WORT1i
A BROWN LEE.
airdEIIII HAWORTH. in witlidzasituz flow the above
firm, kindly thanks his former patrons and also the patrons
of the late firm, for the very liberal patronage he has re
ceived, and would kindly recommend thom to hie successors,
HANVOitTR k BEOWNLEE, as they are determined to sell
et low ilgurea, hsvi u g a very large ae or:tmentof CHEAP
GROCERIES, WINES and lactuons on hand.
RIM HAWORTH.
Atir DAVID HAWORTH and JAaIJ 3 BROWNLEI
have this day assodated together, and will continue on the
hardness at the OLD STAND, corner of Diamond and Die.
mond'alley, ander the style of HAWORTH X RROWNLFX,
where they hope to receive that patronage ea liberal , " given
to the old firm, as they are determined to sell OHRAPRIt
than any other Store in the city. mylS
°Mee of Sealer of Weights and
- ;.- - -
alseasures.
jHE 01170 E OF THE UNDERSIGNED,
SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES,
hiny.,_be laird henceforth, in Merry alley, botweon Third
and Amnia streets, where orders may Lo loft. '
ePtA RLE3 BARNETT.
S. HAVEN'S Elastic Steel Pens juts
receivott, and for sale at the Stationery Store,
Nos 31, and 38 Market street.
riPHE FRANKLIN ALMANAC FOR 1859.'
—This nell-known and popular annual, formerly
tithed by Johnston k Stockton, after es lapse of years, will
again shortly be issued. The circulation+ as formerly will
be made by Lie skillful mathematician, Sanford 0. Hill,
Eon' who will also prepare for its pages such reading m i ll,
ter•as will make it an entertaining and instructive maga
tine. Besides the reliable astronondcal calculations, a new
and Ingo:done table of time, an accurate method of drawing
meridian lines, and other atters of permanent value will
be added.
Orders of book•sellers and
buttonoher dealers are solicited in
advance of publication, as
a nd
orders will be filled according to priority.
• - VaL 0. JOILEISTON A 00.,
,?-ablirhers Printers, Stationers, and Blank lloolt.nakers,
by .Wo od street, Pittsburit
insimus
GILOUR.-- 40 bbls. choice superfine for 'lisle
V- by JAS. A. WITPZER;
i
ConterlifirkEttad-intst Os:
bbla. Onions for saleb_y__
r.ll , oif .wwai,
In Wkly
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pITRLISHED DAILY BY JAMES F. BARR, AT THE "POST BUILDINGS," OORNER OF WOOD AND FIFTH STREETS; AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM
INSURANCE.
REPORT OF TILE CONDITION OF TILE
.PARIIER'S.UNION.-INSURANCE COMPANY,
At ATHENS, BRADFORD COUNTY, PA., Jan. 1, 11158, as
proaente4 to the Stectholdm-a, and made out in etunpllsuee
with the State Laws of New Yurtt,Ohiu, ludiana, Illinois, Au.
5TA11310 42 .
,The named the Comilarty im the FARMERS' 13:410N.
IN
SUItANOF, cam PAVY, locatA at Athena. Pa. Charturod
Aprlll3, P 163, by the Le,ridatnra Pounaylraia Cha.rthr
Perpetual.
Cash Capital, which all paid up
Surplus iu taillilou Water°
ASSETS.
Fifty-funr Bouds hal Mortgagee, at
sir. and eit, von Q c 4114.
anagiuting iu tho agzregate
\Faith 13.P.IIIKagoa lire or valua
ble au-1 prnductivo real
principally farms, recorded cud
tint Ilene, Korth generally doubh.
the awunnt and more than wort
gaged for in each rale, and in 1,0
caao less than fifty '4?.. mat_
exclusive of farm buildings, and
HO certified by the ltecordeis,
whew recorded, to the and tore of
the States of Ohio and Illinois.
Nineteen six V, cent. Bonds amply
47,635 00
secured
Gash on hand and la Bank. tl 443 12
Cash in hands of Agents, and in
course of transudation, secured
by I.K.ndi with suretien.....—....—..
Dne on leases re-insured, ....
Bills receivable, via:. promissory
uotta payable at bank and to the
Ocaripalay
Interest accrued, (principally due
January 1, 1858,)
Bare and ofdsa Fixtures and Frani
tura
I.IICOXi YOH 4113 TKLII 1857.
Amount of Premium received daring than
86,231 3J
year
Am% lutereA ri,eiVed during the year 11,442 05
A't received tram all tabor aorire.o. 2,480 00
in
ltiponsee for the yoar, including
rommisal , •us, salaried, routs, rein
nronce, printing, advortising,
tains, and all other expenses $ 19,19'3 GE
Dividends paid during the year 1f ,oklu 00
paid, which occurred prior
to De<tunbor 31, IE4O
Lone.. puts which occurred during
tho 3. eta . . .• . . ........ 4t1,561
1.4 , 39i 4 9 SdJtipti‘i :4U./ nut duo (311,c0
paid) $ 1.2.60)
Loas.s sud lu procvit. JI
ildjUttlflota.
1.083 C!! reportod,ou v;LI.:11 no twiluu
hub beau taken
LoL.s. cs resisted, OD ground 01 i'Dd4-
144C0 altar are, proporty transfer
rad before 109.9, proporty lost not
covered by the Polley, 450.
12,100 00
$ Zla,So7 , po
Whole Amon ,t of risks taken daring thu yrar..55,4t19,562 .
utl
Whole amount of risk at dato 9,561,440 (i
STATE. OP MIN COUNTY OF BR tDPOUR,
C. N. Shipman, President, and J. El. CannahLtiecr.dary
the FUSIBLISB Y il/SIISILIiCe Company,„ twang sow . ..tally
duly sworn, depge and aay, and each for litresplf says, that
the foregoing is a true, full and correct statement of tt,
affairs of Fala corporation, and that they aro the aboio de
terihed othezro thereof 13: N. *SHIPMAN, Praddent
J. F. CANPIELD, Serretary.
Subacribod cud eworu before me, this 23th day of Jam - ,
ary, IESE, II Q. 1110111), Juatito of the Puuo.
T. J. lIUNTI , Jt, agent,
No. CO Water street,
FlitE INsURA.NcE,
BY TIIII
Relliatisce A'agnall insurance Co.
OF THILADELPHIA
CHI DUILDINGB, LIMITED OR PERPETUAL, IdEROR A
DISII,FUICLIITNII.S., &0., iffi TOWN Cat O , .UNTN7.
Office, 1 o. 3013 Walnut street.
CAP/TAI., 5177,920 . a.tnFty, cazqt.tet.
11.rorotto ,1 irl LAlown, V I.Y. :--
Xint Itiortg,sx on folproVod Cli
~,. Pro l .,rt.y, v. , ert;i
doublo the tinicanat ... :.1::.0,?.,:Iu oil
['co niylvaniii riailiond Co.'s 0 por .rut. Mortgage
Loan, $:03,,0N comt ........... ........ , . , Itd,bOO 0)
Allt.i . ,troay Couitt.) d por cunt. Pr.L.td'a r... IL I,lllu. /0,111.14.1 UV
PrqinAlif naiS Liu 0u.'14 SC , wk. 4,u00 du
Ett.....•ct. or Ow Rellanco Slututit I lisurvc, , li. .. . 1d,.1.60 oo
8t ..ark of County Fa. inuarate,.. C... . 1,460 ou
ip 01 3uudty id.r.dittitet.. , Cdrupdalott 476 00
inlia iLdc.breuZ.lo,basiutrro pk.pvr 62,711 t.O
Itu...k. A,.-....autA, aterti.,4l Int,r,.t, et.-.. .. .. .. 3,3J0 W.
OE:ilt on baud .c-1 IN it..v.k 16,643 YU
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tti.o2., 1e.6 :341
eiJr::: TiNtiLEY, i'lmitialt.
D111.K20i15.
Olean Tlugley, I t3esau.l Biiitham,
• William R. Thi,rupek , u, ituLtri, [Arun,
L.,:vid 8. Brow 11, William "J.l.iii”er, ,
eurueliue B;eveut. ,, a, Il.eidemAti w.lugl ,, y, ,
John R. Wcarell, Marshall Hill,
Ll . L. Careen, '4. Lothr ,, p,
Rebert Tolaud, 01,e., les Lel atl .1,
!Jul , . J01i,,,,,,, it,.,31, T. Ileu lie. ~
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J. tit.P.IAZ , E ,t COP 01. N, A',. , ,,.”,t,
tur3 1,1,-ca,-eaqt Liumbr '11..ix.1 uud Vit.,K1!.1.0.1-.1.
11ERCRANTS' INSiiiIANCE COIIPANY,
Of PE.z.3la.allprat3a..
wrs v. P , I J 'G AN N,
A Illu g .Lit u! Cup i tut! bL..i 1,1 , 1 h. :“..1 .t.
nn i; ...a el. ori timi Ohio anil Slleeh. , :tipi
I.t.inrea e.g. - ,4lnet or Ly
d
Al.„ alg,:mar. the Pel tA t h e St, ,1,1 I tl'ibtl
LtJ
Wm. V. 11.11,Y
D. J. lirUnan, B. F. Witnr , i,
B. L J.. 1:. A. :dal - al.-01,
oi“.
r, 5'4 4 , , i•
T .I . 'l t.at.it , st.
J.U. 'd.✓JAi4lt, .`.kerr.tary.
lii /-',/.-. ..I.c.deipaia': E Plala4elphia:
aeiger, Laub A Cu., St:oinmitz., Jruitico A. Cu ,
Truitt, Bro. a 0.)., Buck, Morgan & 5ti6:01,.,
A. T. Lane & On., Pu.i.i.'• roy, (4 , 10..7_1 4. \./
I'ITfBBUR.I.I G OFFICE, =0.91 WATisill fiII:LELA'
sp9 B. W. POIDEXTBit, Ai,,,,t,t.
WEST .;13RAtc_kl___
MUTUAL INSURANCL COirTANA
LOOK al mv, OLIN'PON COUNTY.
CHAPIIEI3,SD 41 Thr. LI:GL:ILAtUIag trie
Wsh ..... —1,300,0%)%1 Prmium
COUPANY WILL
Buttuuto, Fninituro, r
country. Plhitl7oll.3:
11,.u. 3110.1. LlLea. C liar v,y ,ICLarkm A. Ida jor
3..,11 IL rt,CD:
r I: Lt.. Jai:tin...A , . W. V,
IiON. a. C. dAiIVEY, Prealdant.
T dbarcris, Vice Prenidout.
'l'4v2. Sverr.thrv.
Vilkkgriet U".
Samuel IL Lloyd, Dr. J. S. Draw Surd,
A. A. Winegardnzr,ll -
13
John W. Itayuard, A. IJpdegrtvti,
L. A. Mackey, Iluu. S Caute.rou, Jeuuea Accustruug
A. Whlta, Thou. Bowman DJ), Willism Pearou,
Jauroe Quiggla, Mu. Vanthrrbalt.,. Hon. Vir T .
OFFICE -NU I VIETU Pritgnutaii—
de::l:tf J. A. LIPPERT, Agent.
TUE RAN K.LIN FIRE INSURANCE
eolipAN'ir, O' PIiELADELLPHLL
Inusvtoss—tlharlee W. Be.s.ctur, Timh - :ma Bert, 'told...[
Wagner Samuel ()rout, Jawb 11. Smith, Geo. W. ittchar34,
Mortion:i D. Lewit, Adolplii E. Boyle, David B. Browne, Mc,.
Oa Patton:on. Ons 3. N. ItsKora.a, FresHant
CHAS. G. Bancirta,.Secrstary.
Continuo to inr&im me:trance, perpttimi or 11.T.tteal, on every
ittssription of property, to town and country, re, rat :e as low
119 two consistent with wsntuity.
The Company harp reserve.]: a largo Oentingtnt
;Mai, with their capital and premiums, E....fely
ford ample protection to-the 833ured.
The Asa4.s of the Company:, on January Ist, 1851, as pub.
lialiod agree3bly an got woro aa follows, viz :
Mortgage . . .01H,128 es
Real Estate. . ... ........................ ........... 84,377 7e
Temporary Luna_ 83,963 17
Stocks. 64639
he 64,340 31
Total t/.42;703
Knee their incorporation, a period of twenty-one year;
they have paid upward of One Four 'Hundred non.
sand Dolland oases by tiro, thereby affording evidence of the
advantages of inwarauce,aswoll as the ability and dispealttou
to meet with promptness all liabilities.
J. OAILDMIt 007 FIN, Agent,
offic.ll, north-cant cur. Wood and 'ruird
WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY
OF PITTSBURGH.
3lltint3E DARSIP., rrecident;
M. oOabOlt t Beerebiry.
01.7te1 No. Sc 2 Water street, (dpeng b Co's Warehouse,)
stairs, Pittsburgh.
Will Insure against all kinds of tRitandMARINERISRE.
A Home Institution, managed by llii-ent. - 4 , who are wet)
known In the community, and who are determined, by
promptness and Liberality, to maintain the haracter which
they have assn Med, as offering the beat protection to th,:e
who desire to be insured.
ARBET73, CK7POBER :Get, 1667
Stock Acoount.o.-
Mortgage,— ... • . -
WU; ftecolvable,..
Oftloe 14arniturer
Open Ace - Rata,.:
....... •
Premium Notes,-
Bills Discounted,
George Dare°,
J. Vv. Butler,
•It/111b311cAuloy,
AndrewAeklDY,
Nathaulel flolmoe,
D.X. - Long;
C. Elexetrpo.
Blii ci tt it a a
GQ,
$
...... . . .
i 1 5 61
18,761 60
7,4.18 1,1
I 19 @3
255,455 5
4‘,9,10“
$BO 4'D .c
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MENEM
4TVII.IDH6IIB
Pnwrons
R. Miler, Jr.,
GOOrge W.Jackso➢,
Ales. Speer, '
Wet. Knight,
A Ins ander Minila,
Seal 4
GOBDON.
gseratati:
PITTSBURGH, SATURDAY , SEPTEMBER '25. 1858
INSURANCE.
.PITTSBURG - 11
LIFE. FIRE AND MARINE
INSURANOE COMPANY,
NO. 96 IVA - 7'ER STREET,
PITTSBURGU. PA.
• ROBERT GALWAY, Proaidaot
ALES. tt3Lltl', Vie, Prosid.i.i.
1 , A. itimarikat Se,crotary.
Ai r rt,b, e•ml.any tuKkes riory 11, en t .. tag (0
nr LIFE 11.18H9
A ug . ..A.tat LI tri.J. AND t.;.11t..i it I IJ 0111 J
nr. 1%1 itiVont t ! - Huta. Alt I hlt !t+ htl
A 1,1 dud hy Fir r, 44441 4igtsll4 t 1.4:
Pet i 4 1.1,6 ;.1. 111.1..1,1 Nriu ut..l
,•..1 ut 11, at, 4 444 'int 4. I it 14 emi4•l,
1...11.L1,1
Diniscrtdl3
ii.i_i,rt a AI Nt . . y, S.toril - : A`Liiralltil
/......".11 I' lia.:.ze.il, M. 1!, ..1..11., 6CA.A.C,
Juitt;k: fi.l.i.ctiltati, 1..i.i Lid liiialii.y,
.1 li!tv , ;i3V - ;.... ELAilinau, Charlod Ar I , nitLti.t,
Al4ani.kristadley, Jcidoph s. hilor.11;
it.it4t rullt.rton, N. I', lithti.„
Davidll Ohazaharl, itobort H. ilutloy,
Wilifart - Cart;' " int,. Mi 3 till.
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CITIZNNS' INSURANCE COMPANY
OF FiTTS11.131“111.
• • wank .lIAGALEY, President.
SAM (JUL L. MAIISLIELL, Secretary.
O.F'.ETCII! 94 Water street, tultvart, Ati..-0.-rt and Wand street/
Dtenrea HULL AND CARtil) littLK 8, ou the Milo
keel Sllaeisalppl Rivera end tributaries.
Ineuree dolma, Lem ar Dithage by 11l DEL
agtutibt Lbe Puriln o 1 tio tiaa find I nland Nevtgation
*LS Trithat.ortutteu.
DIu~OTORO
William Halolay, Capt. Mark lit4rtlog.
thimool itoo, Bumuol M. Kier,
James M. C.:londr, Jahn H. Dilworth,
James L'art, Jr., frtutola ziollora,
I.aaac M. l't , nnook, William D. Hays.
tipringer Llarbangb, John tilkipton,
Capi...S..mu , ll.L YonoE.: Waiter itry.Ant,
John Caldwell,.' ..Jit' 2 3
PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE
IN I,- 1111,A,NCE COINIPANY,
No. HU Clkertaut Sirett,
Oppoire thr , CrWow Tiont , o.
WILL IdAIOE ALL KINDS OF INSCI
RANCIE: ottlir,r Porpotord c.r thailLort, or,
de of ipi io% of P 1 oporty or thw,ltao,il4,, nt r, aionnbte CiAte.l
of r I
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W. ISALDW.I Si. 1' rmna,nt
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HOT.:T,S. 4 Ii,E,S,T4U4A.NT.S.
7t , 7 IHOUSE,,
BLA VIL INDIANA COUNt'Y, ,
COL. ROVP. EIrANS, Proprietor,
RAYING PURCLIASED 'TILLS HOUSE,:
(cow ita former u Prep irLn, 1f D Misr
kaq EN , cucd rotated it I out neAv priparna to inc.sivo arid
a cnothuiotipti, vhiinns. Tao roataaa are 1,1111,,, wad airy, anti
well feraiahn.l. 9 goo I ..nnin aleoyA provido.l.
la con law enn. with tEo lived., tiler., is also a sp•lo.11 Ivory
table Ts. las fa dotare. Oa. it. EY ANS,
se4:ly • Yr printer.
Tufo, sIiMPOSIUM,
WILLIAM C. GALLAGHER,
PIeOPRIBTOIL
.;&ree', Arrrt Door to !ko PitteburjA 7,eatie
TL„ house iv nett, built tApochilly for the j.ut t .oeaa of
biro, 01.4 ite.t-ottout nt.d SAkete, euti the proprietor have
Lll,l mutt), yea,. nip:ohne:a to the imti....da .all hoe,p
itottatautly oil Lend the beet Gikit the uptikete otter d. kioti
Liquote of d Aka, td the bast t i untlit.y. lie watttri
all his ottt rriemle ehd the t tetteratli to gl :0 him a
c-. 111 ai the Symposium. del tly
Eg.c&.isior Rei;tau
trxe, amt
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PitTntradß, , -•
11.4&7.11ES
A.I\T;) F..;SrERN
Laud iLdnll, .L the 1u.1.t CAmtl
Largo, ol l'Eaohoak, nod nu,,, , t
ioe.eived dally. Ap , o, Now York Prlnce'ku tlarb.r,
Shell 4. , 3 liti.lll, the ha... 1 gvar brought to [hi] ea, Evacy
,I‘..licary of the EL:awn C.lntout.li on hood. and oervod ap
iu
the 111 , AI palatable DulAl. ft, I . :et ti.e Exo.lnior Eted.
t.urnait, No.lll Wood Hue, L. ne4
SCO'FF Rot] SE ,
COtbler Street &id Lnatg tIIOIPIIIII {Nay,
ITT Ui.JU, p A
B. O. MARKER, - -
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4,011 rw outly
co, t,,r :SUISSTAN•
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THE riiAT4ONAi I SALOON,
IS"4lSttily's %eve , :gattotaal
i• 1 PA.,
U. ISARN.A.RI), - - - PROPRIETOR,
I : LAS FITTED UP iti A TASTEFUL,
conitortabi, , siyie,tho contio Ll.lO
01)1) / HALL• Ftritt tIRST 'CLAM
ItE,STSUICANf Owl many years'
ei-pe; to tbebusimis, Le is prepared to supply the hest
tits inirket affords: , ills liar wilt be ifurnishisi at all timid
with the best Wines, Liquors and Ales The entrance
the saloon, is in .too °entre of the Hall, rind refresSmehia
will he furnished at oil huts, LAY and NIAIIT (Sundays
excepted.) apl4.ly
IVAS-11111(34031 , HOUSE,
COR. PENIV'A AVENUE 4- THIRD
WASHINCriVrit
A F, BEVF.4IDGE
H. W. KA.1NA0..A...
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lt.e P is 11.1117 ila 4.11 Depot,
Y.ti. [ Jon
WA.SAIRINGTON.IIIIOTEILI
routzsi.v v. .?„.
PITTSBURGII, PA.
LUDO ACM, Proprietor.
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PIES 110.0,E LOCATED. ON THE
A turner of Pi.NN and W.AdRINGWN Streets, between
the CitiNTRAL ATI,I? Wt:O24lN 11.1iLltUAD,D$POTS,
undergone a thorough nnprOvement, remodeled and
furnish/at with new furniture, and is ucw the most conve.
Meat ilutol In Pittsburgh, fur 'isovelera by Railroad, itabl
ur V . I ? etA. myikly
IstitANSiON HOUSE, GEORGE AURENTZ,
PLOPRICSOII Nu. 314 Liberty street, Jrist beside the
Ditesunger Depot of the Pennsylvania itailroad, which make('
it the most convenient house in the city for tassengers
Cir; by that rued.
Irigthe proprietor having, at considerable expense, fitted up,
excellent ,style, the IdINSION 1101:12EI, would respect.
Cully solicit nal:tare-of radio purrouege. There is attached
u splendid and extensive WAGON YARD, afford.
lag ample accommodation to travelers and teamsters. Hie
Larder and Dar will he furnished with the best the market
can afford. fehLy
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS,
DEVra s ID ,
MI4IRCELANT TAILOR,
co r uot or. Fourth and &mtthfmld Sareata,
RE§PECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT
he hio recolvod hie Spring As3orta..ont of
ENT LEM EN DERSS GOODS,
Of the twatst styles, tett quality and moat clogant dcacrip•
Wow, which ho is pi,pared to manufacture to ordor in t
na
LATEST FASHIONS,
And With inch a character of workmanship, as cannot
fall
,fy and plate the mast fastidious tustos, Imy lb
Lippincott, Shorten & P , ..4arsOn t
NO. 104 WOOD MEET, Ni7AR VlVl'l3
MANUFACTURERS OF, TRUNICS, Vu.
liaO4, Eit and gannet il.rzna; - Ladles Traveling
Trunks, Carpet Bags, ac., keel, constantly ea hand a larga
stock. We are prepared to do a wholesale trace, and hay.
lug facilities to turn out good stook at reduced pricks, we
would NTHa the trade to can and ,L 411111 30 our goods tg.
.01, nr..h*•l. , 501. r...-..• ... •I,
5121,600 00
2,100 00
4,181 67
240 CO
9,478 04
14,241 45
40,246 49
125,009 18
.WINDSOR SHADES.—GoId bordered,
plain and fancy. Also, shade Trimmings,
always on band at and for side ch6ap by
J. A U. PIJILLIPS,
wn.l 153 tat- Clair Fore.t
$317,841 78
ILL AND COLLECTION BOOKS--4
II largo easortment bltroys On hand or made
W to order.
S. HAN,
• Corner Market and Second streets.
4-YARPit of 238 acres, near Economy,-for
ule, by ti. OUTLUtillia BON,
U Kula dank
Cilirt. A.gaal,
.14 etro.t.g
PIWV B. 8
EDUCATIONAL :
iron City Conllnk-relail Cittlege,
-- Chartered, 1866,
unaNrs A Yr aNbiti.l, t, 19,8
lui, c eit and we at tlia.oue.h ;-et.,... 1
1.11,1 ntat.s.
1%•:.r0j Men Prepared far Pair: qr anntinw
t! :01111.1, A. bl , Protedeoi 0.1,1 og
and
Accuuut.,
irLai
A. uou I HETI, re,t, er of eon
J. A. If VD): ICH aud T. C. JE"lnf INS Tea hers of BoolF k •
A !.EX C. ;NV LEY, acid W. A. MiI.LER, Profeesoi a of Fnn
nwuehip.
single and 11 ailda Entry Book-Keeping, as used in every
deparuneut of Business. Commercial, Arithmetic, Rapid
litenu,onsWritiug, Deti. , cting Counterfeit Money, Mercantile
Correspondence, Commercial Law, are taught, and all other
suniects, necessary for the. success and thoroinsh oduc.tiou
a practical business man.
'TWELVE PREMIUMS,
brawn all the premiums in Pittsburgh for the paat three
years, nlso iu Ea4tern and Western Cities, for best Writing,
4 atm NO4 PUS ENOBAVID WORK, lick
~IMPORTA NT INPO.RIK ATION.
Ptudeuts enter at any tinine7-Its:Vscatien—Time unlimited
--Review at pleaanru--tiraduates &anat..' in obtaining sit
uatioun—Tultion for gall UtintinerClul Course, sJ6—Average
time 8 to 12 ereeks—Board, $2,60 per week—Stationery, $6
--Entire coat, $BO to $7O.
Minivterd acne received at half price.
rue Card---Circular—Specimens Of Badness and Oreu•
mental Writing—incid,e two stamps, and address
P. W. JENKINS,
•
aut. Pittsburgh, POrindylattniit.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
CUTUBERT & SON'S OFFICE, No. 51
• Siarket street., for the sile and parchutie of Road
El.itatii, ranting houses, attending to inaurance and repairs,
t obtaining loans on bonds, mortgages, &c,: inahing convoy•
oucca, deeds, bonds, tic.; writing letter. mud c.:•rrespuoiling
with portion abroad, &e.
BELDEN SEYMOUR,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
CLEVELAND, OHIO.
Ritzaiums.—Diesars. Hanna, (la/Tana, k Co., Robert
Pure, .ElBq. .bLY
WEST/VAN LANDS
ALEXANDER GARRETT.
1U AL ESTATE AGENT, NO. 60 WATER. STREET,
OLEVELANO, SWIG,
ELF fur cain Lands in Illinois, Wlsciatsin, Minnesota,
Michigan and lOWA will exchange Lands in . P, , fwasin,
Ac, for Pittsburgh manufactures, and c,,s/ Mr city property.
All letters of Inquiry atily;i,L., - ;,cl glatis, by addressing mo ao
attaYa. uullay
PRoPERTY FOR SALE OR RENT.
AGRIST MlLL—Three run of stones and
aU the machinery zatiaplete, corn and 'bob ,racker,
4c., ac., all in good order, with a dwelling hags , eteble and
two lota of ground, altnale in south Pittahcu - gb, and will be
sold on very easy torma by 13. curial:lmPa & sox,
i ell 61 Market etreet.
T _AWRENCE COUNTY BONDS WANT
4.4 ED, In exchange for laud.
ap22 S. CUTHBIEtT IS SON, 5 Niarka a.
- ---
ASTEAM MILT: in complete running or-
der, with dwelling house, etc., unaz y,
sale by UUTIIIIERT
aP24 61 6.1:1;lao:
•
‘V - ESTERN LANDS of goud quality, ki
sale ar exchange for Real Estate to the ,ity
Ip/2 8. CUTHBERT Jr. SON, 61 Mork: tat.
FAMILY RESIDENCE FOR SALE—A
valuable property of 150 foot float on Covington et.,
Lwiiranceville by 100 4eep on Washington etreet to Cherry
411-1, Erich liwellinglionse of Freetia well arranged.bath
room, porch, gull of water and primp, etuble and c• - ..,1 louse,
kitchen range, etc. The rooms am newly painted alol
shade cud fruit treia, grape arhor, great :artery of
ere.; good p .hug fence. The above Offer , a e,cod
Opportunity 6. buy a e mplete a n d pletteant retittt.r:e
Fritz' God tortes uceoutned4ll4.4
rs 017.11trl1aTs BUN,
Rout Estate and Honore] Agents,
Jolt 61 Market stre.
SIZE of the oheap Doilding
far aale by S. CUTHBERT k SUN le BO by 100 few.
Location—Near the railroad station, Snot Liberty.
Brice—prom $275 to $4OO each. '
Terms-One fourth in hand; remainder at aidt yaansc;;At.
The Plan can be seen at the Real Petgte Oico, 51 Market
street.
1~ Alt IT IN MIND, that thu East Lib-
Jur erty Loth tar 6 °dared at such prices, Anti on each (slyly
term, 1:13 to mute a home easily to be obtained.
Bear it In mind, that they front ou w'de streets, Cuts hf
easy acctss by railroad, and ere very desirable 10 , .-.atieue h.r
family mddeucies
Bear it In mind, that the plan of the lots Its to Le Patsy, u t
Jul 2 11,1A11131:£ 811110.7',.
FOR SALE.— SYNENTY TiIOUSAND
mgi.P 4)4' 4A,::1 b Nikki", and Timber WWI, tiitillatil
it. t: oWkily4lo,o 4 I% /.11.0 Houthorn Minnesota, embracing am
4tlsst. lot of farming Lamle over offered in this market, as
they eat locatml conveniently to Mille, Tomas and lived of
Fin' Isx.l. rmsuphkus oontilini og ia i urination. et value to
emigrants and catalogues giving locatloh, cleavrivtion uml
price of the laud, with a brief deeeriotion 01 the culto lies in
s, loci/ they are twitted„ cur}
. l.se hatt on applicarten ut our
,ffa-. , t.,..4 tile)! %k w, Lou nisi 'face by moil to le , Nutai soodieg
os ~I,.li t .adakotia. WILLI 131 PliA21.1:11. k 00.,
Lay: tof Awes' P.talthog, No. bf Fourth street
_
r i cliN POLLARS IN lIAND, will secaro a
Buildiug Lot of llt,s1(s) feet on Mt. Washingtou.—
ilr te, sloo—slo to hand, reouthrder to suit purchaser. Al.
eo, Oa I..et of fiffrloo foot for $24—526 in band, balance lb
payments to suit purchaser. 8, OUTLIBICILT 4 SON,
jeM fa Margot street.
_
12 ACRES of I rk aad and a oomfortat , lo
Lisuu t e i kgiika4o noar tlie Washington Turnpike, at
shout 31 taiia tom .lona'' Perry, will be sold on easy terms.
Imniediate possession. 8. CUTITBERT & SON,
Je23
ALOT OF GROUND in Ekiat Liberty, near
the 11allrem4 station SO by 100 foot will be acid Mr
nuo-inextb i basil, remainder at six yeara' credit.
S. OUTUSNIIT A SON.
61 Markat eirect.
MILITARY GOODS.
TILE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE CONSTANT ,
LY on hand a complete stock m
RI I I.ITAILY GO D
10N616IING IN VIII 03
let.tintZ,
Li Sir (Iwo -t,
SASHES,
Volunteer Compantos
lITHIHHEUID WITH PULL NQUIPIYOJITS &T SHORT SOTICE
OMR AND BUNTING SLAGS MADE TO OtiDUl
Jfia. 13. 111 9 P&ODEN & SON.
uaylB DA mATLE ET STREET.
TAMES MJLLINGAR, MONONGAHELA
PLANING MIL, would respectfully Inform tho public
that he has rebuilt since the fire, and having enlarged his
establishment, and filled it with the newest and most no
proved machinery, is now prepared to furnish flooring and
planed boards, acrowl sawing and meaning, doors, saeh and
shutters, kiln dried; frames, monldinge, box melt ins, 6c.
south „Pittsburgh, September 7,1857.
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GENTS' SHOES AND GAITERS.
L 0 P. hi
A H A I
D F. g S
I A 11 g
E P. 0 E
8' OHEAP. EP
O PEOPLE'S e
A SHOE STORNoE, A
. 17 FIFTH ST. 1
T 1.
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011ILDRENW [MORE
I joll
INDIA RUBBER Gallia COMBS.—The
beat article in nee, Jut received at the India Rubber
Depot. 26 and 23 St. Clair street.
nayM
OCLOTH CRASH-1500 . yards of vari
%if
one patter= and widths, Jut received from the far.
b.ry, frr axle wholoaalo or rotail, by
J. k. H. PHILLIPS,
26 and 28 St. Mir 02.44
G LASS. -300 boxes assorted sizes Windt)
atria, good COW] try brand,
1343 r Baia .
14.14 RY lI..OOLLINS.
BROOMS.-o 0 dos. reo'd and for sale by
rarel r IIIINRY IL OOLLINf
LSH.-500 packages White Fish, Almon,
and Trout, for Oda by (my 27) U. 11. COLLINS.
Y'S COL' D PRINTING
11, l3-801d by" fnu2 41 J. R. WELDLN4
VORN.-10 bags shelled Con received ani
for sale by fieBl REMISS IL C01J.41118.
cOUNTRY BACON.-1000 lbs.; Comte)
Bacon, Haw, Shoulders and Bides, received and for
by_ ,
y JAS. A. MU%
m=
Oornar *arta. apdd First air
CILLECK. - BOOKS—An all the _Banks arid
N.,/ Broken at , W. S. HAWN,
. . Printer and Stationer.
RAPPING PAPER-3000 retunkraset
driza Bab wrappins. omportor artlcl for solo LC
1019
EPAULEITEI3,
BUTTuNd 4
PRIMO MB,
ETC., ETC
Tdi3a.E.Lß,
J. lc H. PHILLIPS
MISCELLANEOUS
A DAMS' CO
,) ob•
taload letters patent, dated 17th August, 1858, for -a new
and simple instrument tor. DUELLING CORN,truly neat,
comp ct and portable, combining durability, utility and
cleanness; a necessary appendage to ovary farmer's born,
is uovr offered to the people of the United Statea at a very
low price. We have no "Patent Rights" for Bab, but
manufacture and sell the article,at our works. Owing to Its
compact form it la destined soon to become an article of
trade in every hardware Merchants' shelf
The Machines are of two shies, weighing only about 351
and 60 pounds, and may be secured to a post, pillar, or door,
AS you would a coffee mill. We add uo more, when aeon,
it speaks for Itself.
sellAmdaw LIVINGATON, COPELAND A CO
CLIMAX FAN.
IT IS THE CHEAPEST, SIMPLEST, SMALLEST,
Will Chaff Twice as Fast as any in the United States
TT IS PERFECTLY ADAPTED
1. to the Ole ming of all Seeds, from thes
smallest to the largest, witnout waste, and t . -"A
only twenty inches wide, but must be sees to
be appreciatel. ?armors, Manufacturers, Me. E 7 I
chanica and ereryhody else, are invited to see
its practical working, at the store wider the St, Charles
Hotel, Pittsburgh.
solF:tmdaw--ci
J. T. GOODII7. Agent.
NEW GOODS. ISSB, NEW GOODS.
AT J. I:3IJSH'S,
N 0,05 Maket St., Second Door from Cbrner of Ilnrth
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL OPEN ON
Monday, Septemb r 13th, his well selected Mock of
thelatest styles in Drees and Cloak Trimming+, Bonnet
Ribbons ' Hewers. and Ruches, a complete meal:tient of
Entbrolderies, CriDare, Sleeves, Paris Edgings, Children's
WalHts and Cape, Shetland Shawls, and Woolen
Mika for Children, Hosiery, Glovea, Ginntletri, Alexander
a Tango, ri'ir 14 id ..10V03, French CorAets, Shaper', Expansion.
eltirtsraud Baira.,ls.. (uew .ity lea.) Shetluni Wool, Sephtn.
Wooreted, Perron Patin, Perterna, ltnobroiderrui Slippers;
Datt.rns for Dint roideriea drawn, and rm7rolderies worked
at abort notice. Fancy 'read-Dresser made to order
1 th.ink the Lattice for their kind patronage, and hope
they will give me their castom for the future, na I will al
ways do my bet to sell them the goods cheap, Ladies, call
end examine the novelties at J. 131:1311'tk,
ealEam 83 Market er , 2d door from Fourth.
NO. 65 FIFTH STREET,
ROOFING CHEAP,
DURABLE, FIRE AND WATER PROOF
JOSEPH HARTIVIAN,
(Recently Agent for H. M. Warren &
MANUFA'TURER AND DEALER
W A=Bk+EN'tl FELT, CE ItLA NT,
GRAVEL
ELASTIC CEMENT,
SATURATED CANVAS ROOFING,
ROOFING MATERIALS
Ita.OFVlolt, No. 66 b'Tki tifitENT. opposite Odd Fe
lowa Hell. Pittsburgh, Pm. JY9
Summer Lager Beer.
r liE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO
inform his friends and the public in gentral; that he
is iu the daily receipt or thin deliciona Beer, from the well
known Brewery of J. N. Straub, Allegheny Oity, it having
beau pronounced to be the beat that was manufactured here
for many year", 01,BAR, TASTEFUL and PURR. Dive me
a call and try It. JOHN BOTH,
ap2.4:tf At. his old Maud, No. 28 Diamond.
S'rOCKINU
AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES,
Always on hand, and for rule at
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ACARD FROM DR. JAMES_
REIT, OP Til E NEW YORK LUNG INFIRM
Ala.—My connection for the past eight years with the
above Institution, sa Chief Physician, and a twelve years"
course of steady devotion to the Cure of Pulmonary ClouJ,
Samption and its kindred diseaaea, together with my un-I
rivalledopportunities and advantage of pathological research
noes —aided not ink) by a perfsct system of MttlicuLlithada
lion—has enabled me to aarive at a decisive, direct and sue
cesafal course of treatment far the positive and radical cure.
of all diseases or the Throat, Lungs, and .dir:Pattugss. BY
I uhalation, the vapor and curative propertfee of medicines'
are directly admitted. to the (1119311/10(1 organs and the integn-:
merit Ido not advise the nso of Medical inhalation of any
kind, to the exclusion of oilseed treatmentv and although
..I'
consider It a useful adjuvant in the proper management of
those fearful and often fatal diseases!, yet I deem it very ne
cessary that each patient should have the benefit of , both,
goceral and local treatment. The success of my treatment
in the above diseases, and the high character of the Institre„
lion over which I have so long had the honor to preaide,are I
too well - known to need any eulogy or comment from me.'
At the solicitation of many private and professional friends,` l
through whose philanthropic aid the abovocharity has been ,
long and liberally supported, anti after due consideration, r
have concluded to make such arrangements as will bring;
the bn. uoits of my experiments and treatment within the,
reach of all, and oot confine myself, as heretofore, to those,
only who entered the Infirmary, or who were able to visit's
me at my calico. Boning therefore that the atrangement
will give entire satisfaction, both to my professional breth
ren and the public, I would respectfully announce bison.
elusion, that /can now be consulted personally or ell irtler,caz
ail diseases as above, and that the medicines, the same as
used in. the Institution; prepared to suit each individtusi
case. Inhaling Vapors, Medical Karam, Qr., err., will be
forwarded by express to any part of the United States or
the Canadas. Taass—My terms of treatment by letter are
as follows, viz: $l2 per month for each patient Which will
iuelade medicine sufficient for ono month' use; also, In
haling Vapor, and an inhaling Apparatus. Ps irment an fol
lows : $8 to be paid to Expo:a - Agent on rcee 4 i' of the box
of Medicine. and the balance $l3 at .the expiration, of the
month, If the putt nt be cured or is entirely Battened with
the treatment. Patients, by giving a fall history of their
case, and their symptoms in fall, can be treated as well by
letteras by personal examination. Patients seedling them
selves of Dr. Jarrett's treatment may rely upon immediate
an I permanent relief, as he seldom has to treat a case over
thirty days. Letters for advice promptly answered. For
further particulars, address
JAMES Piri JARRETT,
No. 820 Breadvray, cor. Twelfth St., N. Y.
P. 8.- - Physidang and others visiting the city are re
apectfully invited to call at the Infirmary, where many
interesting cases can be witnessed, and where our ita
proved apparatus for the inhalation of medicated vapor
can be seen and inspected. jy3o:Bm
ELLUM COPYING BOOKS—For sale by
Y jel9 ft. WELDIN.
.
COOPERS WANTED- 2 Good Cooper
wanted to work on tight work—good wagea given
and constant employment. Inquire of
JAB. A. HEIM,
an2o Cornet Market and First Weds.
DRIED APPLES-50 bushels Dried Ap
ples, jaStreceived and for gale b 3
hiCANDLES-9, hik&NS k CO.,
Corner Wood and Water arrests.
FAINTING AND PLASTERING, want;
In exchange for two lots of ground.
E. OM:II3FM I ON 61 Market et.
NOTICE.—The Cb-Partnersbip of BAGAi,
LEY, 00SGRAVE & 00. expired by lindtaticra„ o
the first instant. The business will be mut:blued by W
BIGALEY, at la and 20 Wood street, who will settle up the
business of the bite' firm. W. NAGALNY
JOHN S. WARM.
Pittsburgh, July =cl, 1809,—jy2301
MPORTANT TO BUYERS.----We • have
I
now placed upon the counter a lot of SOILED , GMT.
AKE , and SHOES, which wa offer CHEAP. Call and dam•
l ee them. All kinds of summer wear selling at the @Wet
reasonable prices. Mimes' Genets; black and colored, with
and without heels, low. Children's Pansy Shoes, of the
1 newest styles . We have still a few Men's Patent Leather
Gaiters left, now selling at gmtlyreduced prices.
DIPMBACHKII. &
y ylO fifth street, near Market.
DYE - FLOUR.-20 bbis. fresh ground Rye
Flour net received and for sate by
JAS. A. PRTZEJL,
Colmar Market and Hirst .ta.
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THE. DAILY POST.
ELLER.
ROOFS,
The shadows of life surround , us on all:
sides, and the sweet sunshine of our existence:
only servos to render them more, distinct.. In-'
deed, life may be compared to a long avenue
of trees, in the centre of which is a broad!
strip of glorious light, and on each side,
gloomy masses of darkness, that seem strug
gling to meet and devour that delicious track
of brilliancy.
So it is with man ; on each side of him are ;
shadows ; but he may avoid Them if he
chooses; or make as much use of them as the!
weary . traveller does,when he shelters himself
in their repose from the too scorching • rays
of the sun. Darknees has its uses as well as
light ; it is the earth's conch, and is•as neces-i
sary to its healthy existence as light, for mil.:
versa! nature is , made up of friendly extremes)
Not so, however, reasoned a young man,as;
he stood by file side of a stin:dial erected in
one of those old church yards so common ini
• the rural districts of England, and which we;
all,love for the quaintness of their sacred elle,
YARNS
JOSEPH HORNE'S,
77 Martet atroet.
M. JAR
[Brom the Home Jonrnal.l
UNDER THE SUN
El=
Thera are 1:ttlo birds lu the sycamore trees,
Tull' g and Edngiug the viola day long ;
IV,a king with gladness while daylight lasts,
cheering their labor with merry gong.
There tans greenAlcts waving in wind and rain,
Telling of labor yet to be done,
When the grainehall Imripened and &adhered In,
A golden harvest, under the sun Nit
Linder its banks to the restless sea,
Vloweth the river ao clear and bright,
Hissing the ilowetatliatgroW-10.ite path—
Dancing along through the pleasant light—
hocking the boata on Its bosom. broad,
As into the harbor they gladly run ;
Gleaming tindrparkiing, as to the sea
It noweth forever, down under the sun I
There are grgathearkelgtOg for honor and fame,
Chasing a phantom, that seems to eland
liver beforethera in mockery fair,
Holding a crown in its outstretched hand.
There aro prisons, with windows ifiad doors all barred 4
s' akiog dark shadows that all mug shun ;
While the prisoners, chained in their dreary cells,
Dream of the freedom out under the run I
Under the sun there are lovers, still
Dreaming the dream that can never grow old ;
Treasuring trews:l4A: twating
Brighter and.dearei tban-wealth untold,
Beeing forever but one dear face--
Healing tomer no voice save one—
Bo dream the lovers that same old dream,
Waking a heaven, down under the sun I
Little feet, wearied.before their time,
Little hand*, folded upon the breast,
Bright eyes, Closed ere the 'mullein come
So go the little ones unto their rest
Old n en, laying thi3 strong staff down,
Close their eyes on the race all ran ;
Death is an angel that leads the way,
Out of the shadows; di:mei:Lander the sun I
Graveyards, spread over bill and &de— ,
,
fl-aver, far down in the deep blue sea,
Tell where our hopes and onrJoys lie hid, ;
Safe in the depths of eternity ;
But whether th • flowers bloom on their graves,
Or the waves sing over tho treasures won,
Their angels look out from the heaven above, ,
And watch those who love them, down under the sunl• .
There is pain rind labor, and sin and woe,
Like dark cloudribovering over,onr way ;
With hope and happinees shining through all—
The sunlight making-thripleasant day;
Bat a time will come'when the care shall cease—
When we weep no more, but, with work all done,
Fold gladly our hands o'er a quiet heart,
And rest from all murmuring guider the sun I
THE PROUDEST LADY.
BY, T. 19Z2ZWOOD
The queen is-proud on her throne,
And proud are her maids ISO fine ;
Bat the prondest•lady that ever was known
Is a little lady ; of mine.
And obi ebo flouts me, she flouts me,
And spurns, and , ecorneomd scouts me ;
Though I drop on my knee and sue for grace,
And beg, and beseech, with the saddest face,
Still over the same she doubts mo
She is twenty by the calendar—
A lily's almost as tall;
Bat oh I this ilttlelady's by far
The prendest lady of all.
It's her sport and pleasure to Bout mo, •
To spurn, and EIC3III, and snout me;
But ab I rvo a notion it's nought but play,"
That, say what she will, and feign what she? y,
She can't do well without me.
Wien she ride.' on her nag away,
- -
By park, and road, and river,
in a little hat st, jaunty. and gay,
Oh I then she's prouder than ever I
And ohl what feces, what fame I
What petulant, pert grimaces!
Why, the vary pony prances and winks,
And tosses his hand, and plainly thinks
He may ape her airs and graces.
But at times, like a pleasant tune,
A sweeter mood olertakes her;
Oh I then she's sunny es skies in June,
And all her prides forsakes her.
Ohl she danccu round me so fairly!
Oh! her laugh rings out so rarely
She coaxes and nestles, and Loots and pries,
In my puzzled taco with hay two bright eyes,
And says, " nova you dearly I"
Ohl the queen is praud•on her throne,
And proud are her maids so fine;
But the proudest lady that ever was known
Is this little lady: or, mine,
Good lank! 11,,w she teases and flouts me,
And spurns, and acorns, and scouts ma;
But ab l I've a notion its nought but play,
That, say what she will, and feign what she may,
She can't de well without me.
[From the London Family Herald:)
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS.
ifices and antiqie aspect.
. He was evidently about twenty-two, and!
'dressed in mourning, for he had just lost his:
only relation, and had to carve hiaway in the;
world alone and unaided. He was oontem
plating the sundial, and as he saw the shad"
ow move, his reflections were rather of a som-'
bre character.
"We are but shadows after all," he tnut•
tered half alound. "We creep on like this
shade, and then vanish in the deeper shades
of night. " Not so this shadow ; round and
round it goes for ages, marking the brief time
which man has carved out of the infinite.--'
But, ah me I I fear my lot will be a brief
shadow, a stalking, gloom, traversing through
a few years, and then be swallowed up in the.
hideous night of the grave."
" Say not so, Frank I" exclaimed a gentle,
voice,as a hand, light as the touch of a feather,.
was laid on his shoulder. He started, and, a'
gleam of joy shot over his features as he rem
cognised the speaker.
" Say not so, Frank," repeated the maiden,
for such she vies," this shadowleaches.us on:
duty, and far from reminding us of our doom,
it tells us how slowly but surely time travels„
and that while we are here we should not be'
despondent. See 1 there is sunshine behind
and sunshine before 1--so look upon the shad:
ow as a monitor, a friend, and take a lesson
from its unvarying industry."
" YOll have grown quite a philosopher,",
the young man said.sadly, as he fondly cal
reseed the delicate hand that was without any.
coyness placed within his ; "but you always
were placid and hopeful. I will try,; but oh 1
Lucy, it is hard to part with those Welove.—
Years may elapse before we meet again, and.
then—then—"
"Never, Frank Webster," replied the
maiden earnestly. "Lucy Dixon's, heart was
not given away lightly,or to one undeserving,
and she will not refuse her . hand when the
proper occasion arrives, unless upon such
provocation as a Christian girl ought not to
overlook. Have the same faith in me, Frank,
as I have in you. I trust you."
"Dear, dear Lucy," returned the young
man, earnestly. " May heaven shower every ,
blessing upon your head. Ido trust you—l
will."
Leaving them to their sweet, though
mournful, conference --for they were about to
.part for an indefinite period—and what is
sadder to young hearts than the 'parting of
lovers—we will say something about- their
previous history.
Both were orphans, and eaoh had been
brought up by a relation. Luoy Dixon by an
aunt, Frank Webster by an uncle: LIIi4 had
received what is called a good educationfor a
country girl in humble life, and fortuntitelY
for her it happened to hive been"a vise - tient
one. She couldlwrite English -with proprie
ty, knew alit& of arithmetic, but. she lam*
a gooddeal more about housekeeping. She was
what is called Ita - fanious - Manager, and per.
formed her work ivith ant* tact. and delicacy
s ~.. ~ 2 .~. `..
NUMI3ER, 2974.
that few noticed shewas winking until she
had worked, andhard too. She was a bee,
without its buzzing or sting, Her aunt dye
ing, she found herself the possessor of a few
pounds and II littlp furniture. Alone and un
protected, what, was she to do ? , 7.
Frank. Webste r, had been educated in a dife
ferent manner altogether, as it was only nat
ural be should base beep. His uncle, being
childless, 'hated upon him, andbeing a thriv
ing man, although. a. small farmer, placed him
in a neighboring grammar school, where he re
ceived a elassical.education, and the good old
man even denied himself some,indulgences
to allow him three
,years' study at one of
the universities. i So that,,wheti Frank Webs
ster had passed his, tvienty-first peat he was
a good scholar, :knew,Greek. and Latin,- was
well up in mattierh;llies; and hail even taken
to Kant and the •school of philosophy. His
uncle was preudef him ; lnit theformer hap
pening to die suddenly, a host of next-of-lun
pounced on his property, and Frank turned
his back on the home of his childhood with
just one hundred pounds sterling in hie
pocket. What was ho to do? He knew no
business or profession. Having no friends
the Church . was closed against him ; and as
to the law, his pecuniary means : forbidahim
to look to that, as a resource. What wag he
to do ? London suggested itself to hie mind;;
and after a short deliberation, to London' he
resolved to go a+d try his fortune, as handreds
of thorisands had done before hinf.:::Aied
Lucy, his dearly betrothed, 'what 4aa she
to do with her Beauty purse? :We shall see.
To town Frank Webster came,.wick no-set
tled aims, no defined purpose. He trusted to
chance and hie own abilities: Poor fellow!
he was swathed up in his own shadow the
very moment lie 'entered the Metropolis. Bee
ing duly located at a coffee-house,liis first
step was to make a tour to the wonder' of the
world, London j; the seeond, to visit some, old F'
college friends', who having aelectedprofes -
sions, were laboriously pursuing them this
last, to see what he could do for himself. , He
had a high opinion of his own powers, and
felt confident that he could fill any poeition
either in law, divinity, politics, or literature.
Ile had recourse to the papers—every Voting
man similarly] situated' - doe's the sattuand
day after dap-did he carefully.peruse those
advertising column& -which are so eloquent
an index to the splendor, business, wants,
and miseries, of the metropolis of the, r worldfy
At the end of a month he, founctnething
that would have stifled him.' . He' then ad,
vertised his oven wants, with at the „ ond of a
month, no better result. He, began; to -be
alarmed, and teak to., authorehip, that tempts
ing refuge for the friendless, and emearrassed
who fancy they hose talent. - It, is one, of
the leading pSculiarities of a large elaiti of
young men of the present day,•that iflthey
have received al' tolerable education,--they
rush to the conclusion that they. are geniuses.
Some aspire to the stage--others to, thahigh
art of writing books, and astonishing ` the
'world with new ideas. A few litimeed, hat
they are very few, and their success ill Pit
chased by severe privations and the most hue
maiming mortifications. The, rest, afiiiir,e,
faint struggle, fall back on less ambitious prit.
tensions, and'seek a livelihoodlin more humble
and profitable capacities. - • '."
Frank - Webster, who'reallY had ability, be
longed,to' this', aspiring 'class; but he had no.
genius. He 1 possessed the machinery of
thought, but had not the tact, solid judgment,
and keenness Of. 'perception, necessary, to
give it 'adequate 'motive"power. He' there
fore wasted Ilis time and •abilities by • not
knowing or earnestly striving to know what
to do, with thein a to say nothing of any power
to keep on doing when he,had made the grand
discovery. His' e'ontinuotia, 4:lnert:dons'come
plaint was, "If am only a shadow 'uselessly
traveling rold • the dial of misfortune."—
However he id, write a book full of very
learned compositon. , By the advice of an as.
quaintance heifbrwartledit to a very eiaitient
-publisher, and in -due course waited Open
that worthy geintleman.
" Sir," said 41313 latter, ‘. your book, iS a
,very good book in its way, but it won't,take.
The publicdoritt want such bocilte:' Thi3Ywonld
rather know siimething about 'California; or
Australia, or Borneo, or even Kataeohatka,
than ancientßOme or Greece. clood morn
ing sir." 1
"Three weary months wasted,"' "Frank
'sighed, as he threw his manuscript' 111'U:1 ' 0'f:tie.
-., But youth is:ever hopeful, especially when
-it has a few pounds in its pocket., `So Frank
,continued to write cheerfill letters to, Limy,.
and in return, received the most affectionate
ones ; but to her repeated inquiries"` Whether
he had settled' down," he always returned:an
.evasive answer.,
His second, literary effort was a novel, which
met the seine fate as, his learned' composi
tions. Then 'h betook, himself to leas pre-
Itentious-soure s, and failed in them all.' Oc
casionally he earned a few pounds,:. which
,
inspired him ith. hope for a time, ; but at
the, end 'of a couple of years he was almost
'Penniless: Inidespair he accepted an offer to
be amanuensisito a blind author, btitthe lat.
ter suddenly dying, in a short time,he.was
thrown upon the world homeless, tattered
and destitute. j, He was seen no more by hie
metropolitan accquaintances.
So much for the man who came to London
without a profession or an aim, and notpo
sessed of any experience or natural,gift f for
his selected caliing; for authorship not, only
requires a' prearatory special trainuag,'bet a
large share ofhat commodity, which,lf. riot
-precisely talent, is a blending of ability:with
unabashed confidence. But Frank : was .only
one among . thopsands who enter the metropo
lis with bright hopes and high aspirliticinii,
with the 'certainty of having theta Siorelted
'and blighted. I Suscess in any department.of
life, requires capacity for it, and a pliant
adaptability t circumstances as they rise.
Genins will force its way anywhere ; 'butt Mee
diocrity must be trained to follow some imam
har calling, and that alone. Like the shadow
on the sun-dial, it meet go its alloted round.
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