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JAMES P. SA E, Editor and Proprietor
THURSDAY MORNING: :::OCTOBER 7, lgt,S
DEVOCRATIC STATE NOMINATIONS
rob SUPRBIIII auDon,
'WILLIAM A. Pp Id T E •
OP PHILADELP 111 A
FOR CANAL COIIIIIBBIO3KII,
OF FAThTI COUNTY
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET
G0N6111:33, XX,ET DIsTILICT
ANDREW BURKE, City.
JOHN HIIIMINGIIAII, Uhiu.
THOM An DONN ELL': ,
PHILIP 11. STX V
JOHN M. IRWI. City,
ROBERT MORROW, Roan.
A I.RiIIdTHS LIARTJE, Allegheny
BARNES FORD, Upper St. Cilia
RE.uTHO?iO:TAK Y :
ALS.XANDER BLACK, gewt. tley
THODIAIi FARLEY, Allegheny
WILLIAM ALEXANDER City
JOIIN MURRAY, South Pittablargii,
LDIPLY...t CII OF TFLF. POOR
A Card--.To the Public
Mr. Erlll, , r . —On rny way ba,h from liati , tr 1,1,1. To ~a Jay
I Was handed a report of Mr. Thu, Vl'illiatua' ape, 6,
@red at Bakoratoa II the night la.f, i', 1 f
amt ng many ocher gr:ns invo,ples..utst ,,, os about ms. Iho
following elegant rxtrrot
" McEnitzlit 1 rd whet, h sa'd I ev,r rode on /I '
I was astonished at thii strong expzeTsion,
I had:serer said anything of the kind ; not deeming It my
business, whether he had or rot. But r o nsith , ring i , a t hal
lengo to draw ate out on the wetter, though not a very c.Tur-
Leous one, I addressed a note to Mr. Thomson, President of
the Pennsylvania Railroad. and ber,- , Jut rer,ived the fol
"OFFICE PFNN'A RAILROAD COMPANY, t
Philadelphia, October 1,181 S,
DEAR SIR: IN AN:SWEI, TO YOUR FAVuit. OF 111 Y
491 E LILT, I WILL STATE 'ILIAT MR. 1110 MAS It IL
LLA.M.3 lIA RIDDEN UPON TILE PENN'A FAlLito AI,
MORE THAN ONCE, lICON A " PIiKK PA S.Y.
Yunra, Very Hebrierthilly,
1. t.DGAII Tblu!ilSoN,
To ROBERT MCHNIGIIT, EEQ:'
In order `•to vindi:a.e the triah of hietory, le; t.,
Enbmitted to a candid cioild."
TIIE D6MUCK - A . llO 011!ST1'
COIIRESI'ONDENC:' have 111+010 te4:ll/1.a.!i1J. , tt.
held us followa :
TfECIRED - A.F', 7th f , ct.t, , r, 2 0',1,..C2t, P. id , RI
S.ATURDAY, Ptla Oct,Art-r. o'clL,•k. I. e., -1u
SA.MiI DAY, P. et ft , .•!.
EVENING oe SAME DAY, 7 Solk,,g,'•, .n
MONDAY EVENING, 11th October, i o'cl,k, a: Marl;
Home, in McKeedp.ort.
Spaakera Lk, in attendanc.
Chairman of Dew. County Cotoruitt,., r.f Correspyd,”
0 :0 D63IOCItATIC N ATURA 1.1 ZAT luN E. I
JOHN 31cOLOWRI", JO:IN
JAS. C. CUMMINS, W. LWA
Either of whom c u be cun,nit,d ht r.a iKtl
laces .1 buciu..es. .
Om Tail VIGILANCI: COMMITIEF. tlt '.!'F.
FETtENT PRECIN'Tti, coimpot,mi . the Twthty Fir-t
and Twenty•St.corM Deal-iv..., wilt
with the tegtilar vrei enly Dernocrutie Tit h. t.
the office of the A. 1 .9r sing P.:l,
See First Page.
The regular Democratic ticia l _ts fur t!
Twenty-First and Twenty-See.ond Congre,i
sional districts, are now ready and may be
obtained at the office of the Morning Post,
corner of Wood and Fifth Streets.
WHOSE, QUESTIONS—ma. BURK" E
. The Journal of yesterday' asks some ques
tions-in regard to_Mr. Burke's views on the
Kansas and Tariff matters, which can be easi-
Mr. Burke has, during this canvass, repeat
edly declared, in his puldie speeches and in
conversations, that if elected to Congress, lie
swill vote for the admission of Kansas as a
State, whenever her people ask admission,
and present a constitution republican in form.
He will not stop to enquire as to the number
of her inhabitants. She has already been of
ferei admission as a Slave State, with about
forty thousand inhabitants ; she has an equal
right to Ile admitted as a Free State with the
same population, and he will vote for it. This
is his well known opinion and his often re
peated public pledge.
He has also repeatedly declared himself
in favor of more protection to Pennsylvania
interests by a discriminating tariff. lie has
said that, in the present state of the revenue,
higher duties are needed : and that, in adjust
ing them, he would, if elected, labor to secure
the utmost possible advantages to the great
industrial interests of our State.
These are his well known:views ; have al
ways been such : and he will carry them not
to the utmost of his ability, as no one who
knows him will doubt. The J ,, urnal is an ,
Notwithstanding the recent untruths in the
Gazette, Mr. Burke has publicly proclaimed
these views at the public meetings lie has at-
We are told he is going to be elected. We
D gIROCRAT S TO TR R. WORK
A few days mere, Democrats and the ti,tts
tle will be fought. If you resolve it, the vie
feu will be yours. We say this
nn the best
evidences we hove of th e pro!lieets before
The State last wiutf.i. was Democratic in the
Legislative department, and the people have
approved the acts of their Dery crib, I,e
later& lie have an exMlent Democratic
Governor, whose official acts are unive r .,,,n y
commended. In national politics everything.
is favorable to the Democracy. Certainly
there never was a "eime when it was more ins
cumbent upon every member of the party
support the party organization than now.—
Burke and Birmingham can both be elected
to Congress, if the Democracy does its duty.
We assure our friends that this result is fully
in their power. Let the business of prepar,
ation be carried into every township and
school district. Our Committees of Vigilance
have but a few days to work, but in those few
days everything necessary to elect our ticket
can yet be done. Let two or three good Dem
ocrats work a little every day in each town
ship, and they will make assurance of a Dem
ocratic :victory doubly sure. L=t every
man be at the post of duty from now until
the election, and our labors will be crowned
Bon. Samuel W. Black
We had the pleasure yesterday, of convers.,
ing with a gentleman from Nebraska City,
who informs us that the entire population of
the territory as one man are in favua ufJudge
Black, as the successor of Mr. Richardson in
the gubernatorial chair. The popular feeling
in favor of Judge Black is eo general, that
we look upon his appointment as a matter of
D D BRUTE
JOHN, P LA S , S,
TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF
TIIE TWE.NTY-SECOND DISTRICT.
licfuN , another number of the Wakl . y
can reach you, the election will have taken
place, and you will have decided by yuur own
act, :whether in your opinion it may be better
to sustain the organization of your party and
adhere to the men who have devoted their
time, their talents and their means to uphold
the patriotic rucaures of Democracy, cr
whether a Bhcii. rwpullican - t•ith‘r
uneompt•cni, , ine:, , H , ,,nont ~ f all that i- , 1), ni
to be the recipient of votes from
men, den, , uneed ~n every (wen" ,
and when' lie Mill C.ll ern, , o " the sera
In ,‘a , tinz y-urv, , t,41 , ,r.1 , ,1in Birmingham,
von will cast them for a man who knows the
wants of the people in your (district, and is
eminently capable Of advancing the best i - i•
tercsts of the people. He is a man of gr6Mt
practical experience and the soundest judgs
went. Having been engagad for a portion of
his life in commercial purmits, h knewe
what mir mercantile and manufaeturing com
munity need for their uermancrit prosperity
and advancement. Being now a practical
farmer, working his own land, he has the full
est knowledge of, and the deepest interest in,
the prosperity of the hard fisted tillers of
the soil. -No interest of any class will be
badly served. if placed in his charge.
He comes before you for ymr sutTrages, a
full grown Democre.t with a pure record.
We beg you not to be deeeivetllo; the specious,
yet false, r , presentati , m4 profc—, 3 Demo
crats, who would rial:, you belie‘.• that the
leading - 4lirits of cur rdorion4 old Democratic
party id, not desire, at this time, thc , electi a,
~t a I)nic , orat in the Tl“Aity second Distric't
t Con g• r
James Buchanan .10,-iros the election of
John Birmingham, :old looks with disgust
and pain at ti efferts which some of his pro
fessed fritmis are making, to Mi.. t it Black
Republican upou you.
The Post Master General warmly urges the
election of M Birmingham, whom he knows
as a tried:l.nd relish c defender of Democratic
Attorney tfeneral Black, Senator Bigler,
indeed every distinguished Pennsylvanian of
the Democratic party, are most heartily de
sirous of Mr. Birmintrham's success and the
discomfiture and d,feitt of lath McKnight
and Williams. They are astonished at thin
mad efforts made by De micrats to disorganize
the party, and place your dearest interests iti
Black 11.epublican hands. We have letters in
our pos:. , essiom from Mr. Bigler, who speaks
by authority, in which, as pure Democrat-,
th..: L e gentlemen utterly condemn the attempts
which have boon owls diafranchize you,
and Nv,rinly urge the support of a man o f your
own party and of your own selection—one
who cornea in at the straight gate of Democ•
racy—knowing that all others are Black Re
publican thieves and robbers, who would
steal away from you your dearest and nu ,st
The remedy f r the u r t,g which has been
attempted upon vou, is in your own hands.
By voting for Capt. Eirm;ngharu, you
preserve in! ict your time honored principles,
and itereatEc.r no man can cmit it in
teeth Ll~ [t vow . 1 , 2 :r0•rp.1 party
Lir a t. , 1111 a 1,01
at a LIM(' xvitt•ti the party ne , ,1, , it, lit 4
men in the Halls i Conare.zi. , :--at n tini,
when the rnan 1 - t Ivan may elect, may
parr per,•liAmte the ca..,ting veto in the elec.
tion Of P president an 1 tt
will certainly 1- , ( - •alic , l Ln give 11111,n
many iini•sithins of vi•til init“irtittiii , to yooN
sehc,i. The Tariff, the National Fo un d r y,
the ge.noral policy of the country upon a
great variety c.f que-4Lions, will come before
the next Congress. It is of the first importance
that you should trust the decision of these
Treat iptc:tions t I h , moi!ratio Ilan 1 , .
N,,Nv i die 1.11111., t , decide the matter, an 1
fellow democrats, the decision rests with you
and you alone. Th.. is a simple one.
ft is Birmingham and Ltemocracy, or Wil
liams ami Black It.c,publinanism. Can you
halt---can you hesitate for a single moment
with such y choice before you ? We hope not
—we think nut. and so dues'everyjrue Demo
crat who knows tie position of your district.
Send to the i•JuLmiis of our Democratic
President, a friend—not an enemy. It is in
your power to do it. Send John Birmings
hum to Congress, and he will have more
influence with a Democratic administration
than a hundred Tom Williams'.
(Inc day last week there were no loss than
twu hundred and ten persons confined in our
county prison. When we consider that there
are only fifty tenantablu cells in the jail, urige.
inally intended for one prisoner each, and
that several of these are necessarily devoted
to single persons charged with murder, it is
astonishing how such a crowd manage to
breathe in such a small compass of space, as
those firm stone walls. The necessity of a
work house, or house of correction, is every
lay more and more apparent.
The term el the Criminal Court,
commenced on Monday, will relieve the-jail
somewhat, hut a the winter approaches, va-•
grancy and crime always increase, and the
j,Lil will Soon be as full as over again.
The number of persons now in jail for trial
on various charges is seventy-eight, viz :
%-,:cult awl Battery ...... 4: Intent to Revigh...— ..... . 8
horoty of Pea. II: i Adultery . 1
Nt•liellIVIrl '7i«,-liir-f • 1 Not,ing Conn orlom honey. 1
NI ode-rnelli, In t M.'r .... 1, Hon.:. Ste: lint ...... ..... ...... 2
A tiducton, od, .. . . 1 ' [Porn notion o
sri, I y
It is certainly time that the citizens demand 7
ed a place, where va , ran and disorderly per
, , ITIS might bh confined and compelled to earn
tneir own living, when the names on the crim
inal calender for a single term are more than
dual di the c:tni.city of the prison. The evil
Is one which mu , t continue to increase with
o inerea,o 1 -,,, p , ilttlun. It ft serious
matter to the Tl< r 4, and they should in,
op, a remedy being provided.
A , Rai—p , oNi.i.N.l of the 7 rur says
that Mr. William, is the friend of the labor
ing. man, Leo:ills, l„ • „ pposes railroad taxa
ti It is not the ' , Loring man who will
qulfcr from these ta.XO,, If the bonds bar,.
to be paid, it is the rich property bidders, lik e
Williams, Schenley, t;ihson
who will have to pay niiit:ty-nin4, one-hun.
dreth of them. Mr. William.' t,,
taxation for railroad purpuses arise- out of
purely selfish regard fur his own pocket. Ile
despises the laboring man as '`the scrapings
of the street."—he doubts the honesty of the
"hireling, because he :is a hireling"—he elm
smell a mechanic across the street." i;,• t i
save the laboring man from such friends as
—A bold robbery of the Bank of Upper Can
ada, was committed on Saturday last. The
custom hou4:e messenger skas pent to deposit
$4,000 in the hank, and, after the money had
been counted, it was abstracted from the coun
ter by some unknown person There is no clue
Asaadlt and Battery. with
:71 Inn-ut to ghl
t ~ s atil: and Battery, with
IlSollin.z Liquor on 1
We public!! the following table of the
gr,,,i0n31 vote of the XXlst and \AM d
triet at the election in 1856:
Tic ENTY-VIRST DISTRICT
I'W b:u dh
First Ward. ......
Blimingharn ....... ...
West Elizabeth. .......
Peet. first precinct
Upper St Clair.
Lower St. Clair
Snow d en
!.Itete'.3 nomeray over McCaw]]
`Si EN Tl' -SE COZID DISTRICT
Mancht , ,t(l - ......
lhaqu , sne
Taren tam .......
it. , 11 , 11 Vt. . ,
W • t+t. De.c.r .
; , hltl4T
in!,. of Buti,r county
1 . 11 itrirk'ro alai ,rite ,Ver /164.1
The True Pres,. says that ti
Tara of a fund, which, it al
taiv , i by the bon dholder~, has been spent
here for the puTpuses of carrying on the cams
paign. Thiso4:course, setts Mr. Williams'
case. If all this money is to ho expended
here, his chance is worse than hopeless. For
one tenth the sum Kennedy would sell Wil
liams to old scratch, and join the bondholders.
This fifty thousand dollars settles the ques•
tion against Williams, for he would not spend
fifty cents, except on compulsion. lie and
Kennedy reverse the scripture maxim—they
believe that it is more blessed to receive than
Integra. Black and Parley
Mr. Editor : — it hi reported, perhaps for the
sake of injuring the candidates whose aaine-s are
writs' n above, that they are opposing the eleiition
of Cat( Birmingham, the Democratic candidate
f•ir '••Ilgrel,1 In the 'rwenty , :incifinii District.
I really desire information en this subject and
a:; I have not time to call nn three vutlettien
per-tonally, I take thii3 mode of making II", in
Can you sir, give any information on the
pubj. , ct
Wit1:011 wi-hing to make any thing like a
threat, 1 must say (and am not alone in the de
ter:at:tail:A) that if these denorratic callthriltes
ore opposing the head of their own ticket, I
cannot vote for them. JACKSON.
The gentlemen above referred to must
answer for themselves. They are good demo
crats regularly nominated by the party, and as
Democrats they will be expected to vote for
ADVERTISERS who may wish to avail them
selves of the large circulation of the Weekly
Post to make known their fall stocks, must
send in their favors before one o'clock to-day
to secure insertion in this week's issue.
J. B Roberta—Pittsburgh Theatre
This gentleman, who, like many a prophet,
has acquired much distinction in other lands
than his own, appears at the Pittsburgh The
atre this evening, in the 'character of Sir Giles
The Irish American of' New York says:
Possessing few personal advantages, Mr.
Roberts seems to have inscribed on his banner
the motto, Labor ommia vincit,and aspired by it,
has become, in our opinion, a very great actor.
Feeling in every fibre the character which he
personates, or, what is precisely the same
thing, seeming to do so. Mr. Roberts holds
up to the mirror, as to completely blindfold
and lead captive the senses of his audience ;
while the precision and purity of his elocus
tion—his correct and graceful delivery of the
text, even when most vehement, reminds a
classical audience much more of the groves
of Athens, even, than the boards immortaliz
ed by those masters of his art, the tiarricks
the Keane, theßooths,and the Kembles, whom,
iu many respects he so much resembles, and
so forcibly recalls.
Mr. Roberts success in the Irish metropolis
was great ; a circumstance that was at once
earned by his talents, and returned by a hearty
admiration of the country through - which he
travelled, and the people he met. His benefit
takes place on Friday evening, and if there
is anything in the cable of which we have
heard so much, ,we trust it will transit for
this occasion, sane
,of the sympathies that
cheered him while tarrying on the Island of
There seems to be an idea abroad that the
" legitimate " .drama and the chaste and classic
acting which it demands is out of date—that
in the popular taste Dumas holds the place
once held by Shakespeare. If this is so, it
only renders more meritorious the man who
at the risk of personal popularity, would re
vivo a style of entertainment at once delight
iii and instructive. And for such a task we
kn. of no one on the American stage better
titted than the gentleman whose name heads
—Governor Banks, visited the Northampton,
q.‘s ) lueanc asylum on the 2.7 th nit., and while
viewing the inmates, Mrs. Phelps, tho woman
ho sonic, years since was charged with poison
ing her husband and afterward became deranged,
4eized, the Governor by the arm and declared
that " she would instantly drag him to execu
tion-- it was useless to resist—she was commis.-
cloned to hang him and must do it," and suiting
the action to the word ehe seized him by the
collar, and probably, but for his earnest resis
tance and timely aid of Dr. Prince, the OOMMODr
wealth would to-day have been without her chief
—Murphy is expected to return to America
after finishing his visit to Germany, and beating
Stanton, the ohms champion of England.
Durin7 :z,.r.roxibsy the aniount of foreign
dry goods imported at New York was 5 . .. , 5,576,
307 against $4,235,084 for the same month last
year. This is an indication of the revival in
business. The falling cif in the imports, how
ever, for the lent nine months, is about $24,000,-
0011, compfire•i wrih it r nu , i c.el I lath year
—The t•hiur=r, le iu l vi in illy , Lut pro:in
c.rig great re,ulk r
hive parchl , Pi an exten,ivc, vn,t , r ER
quirnalt (the harbor of Vittoria, on Vancouver's
I..latid.l very pligit,l; -It a tied, where th-y are
allow to oroot wharves and tit their
Chin/ nh,pti winch aro ordered out .tirent to that
—The Portland Argun, states that a dead
whala wee dise,vered ty a lishieg abant
ten miles to tho southward of Uran.i ..), cu
the Itch ult., from which they extraole.l one hun
dr..d barrelv cf The and jaws vu_‘ro
iL`FON of bh:k^❑ I,
h ttt In 1,0,1 It t
rauad t.. La 1 with the
inhabitants of that pr. , v;hoe Indignation meet
ings have been bvi t in various parts of Canada,
at several cf wh.ch resolutions were passiod con
demnatory t f hie political conduct, and address
es prepared to the Queen a,king t - Or his recall.
In Toronto he has been hooted in the streets,
and when in ,Moutre.ll Lis I..veett were thinly
attended. The Freudh are on ended with him
for insolently styling them the Inferior race."
In Quebec he woe receivi.d with great coldness.
The part played by hid exceilehcy in the recent
break up of the Brown-Doriou iiiiunidry is the
maim cause cf the trouble
1'2.3 111 2
t • .27
137 I ItA3
116 , J 0
1,7 s 6
LS ' 130
55 41 130
—Thu latest intelligence from Victoria con
tains a statistical return of no little interest to
ladies. By the last return of the Register (den
al of the colony, we perceive that the numerical
preponderance of mon over women amounted to
the astoundinit sum of Bt4,l)isi in a popula
tion of 470,000 In other words, there wore
only about 166,00 U women, to 302,000 men
—A son of lion .1 li. Talbot,M. of Ken
tucky, has made his debut in the ring as a clown.
The family is one of the proudest sad wealthiest
in Kentucky, and this escapade of the young
gentleman must 6,:oasion them inexpressible
- -The Ohio State BAuk h .Ids $1,7:30,911 in
specie, against which itgo. eircu
lation. How many such hanks would it requlre to
restore the proep'rity of the ocuntry
--The " People's Bank of Baltimore, - for ,
merly kn)wn s the Tremont. Sivings Institution,
having complied with the terms of an amendment
t> its rharler, ha., assumed th•> character of a
_7 1 t
let , I,
e t o, 1
Ji•H 1 '273
rogular bunking institution.
--The number of stu tents iu bale College is
is noVr f, oC uh i:E are et)tint tetl with the
academical anti will tl):1 pr..faeaiu, al depArt
trt , tril. There is an int.rttaee t.f in the f.ruiztr,
and a decrease of 16 to the latter, tromla. t year.
In the neadernt , tat department theao titAt , tu•
dents from the : - -z.tuthera Antes. The number of
professors and teachers is ft.trty two
- Emma CliffLtro. a young an I beautiful cour
tesan of Cin,tinittti,was burned to death on Sat
urtly 19. t, fft - tm Otr exitblei , At camphetto
lamp which she W(1.13 fitlirt l .T. Truly ,the walked
on the heated plough -hares of lift', and out at
the fiery ga tee of dr-at it
Tha Lane and Jenkins affray was broug-Itt 1,, -
fore the Grand Jury al ite recent FE.Piii6ll
Lawrence, K T , and they fallod to fiul a Lae
bill against Lane This will probably terminate
all proceedtugtt in title ease.
- The Cleveland Review : , :Lys, that unFri-lay
last, n son of Cept C,•tnnelly, at, it ft - turtttu
year; of age, Wan' relieved by pasttago thrt,u;th
his Lowel., of 9, .• 141Ptit a tt t
mud a half long, IL.sv it fowl.; It —way ail,
hiq !AtAtivinh, I , aid ItLcr C./Ujet2Ll/11 , .
ThP h I i al. lit t• iftei W' , ti 1 t• , .(e,
CIC:Ft• , I !1..1i,•• ..:..1 hr..l t
kon of feelmg I.F r WI:•:e , 111 1..1
—From Wal.ili;ngtqa, ae leF:ro I Imt ler. For
ney, Indian agent, Lai written a letter to
1;111,t..u, uiloirrning ilia rep or t tlic.',. th. 2
Inditin , r ht‘ , l tho nll,l !es SAlt
Llko Coiv. iHn John!: )11 haz canta f,r.,e of
15u men to I,r . t n.:01 tc.lveli4r9 I.or,
alga a toaiwitcr in Newark, 11,-.,1 f3.1;0n upLn
,pleasant lines. A gentleman aritirire.l
p r:t.f Jersey, on lo.ovver a .laws s
Throop, wit.) w&J 0111111 Cd 11 P.ll estate of
$75,000, left by a planter in North Carolina.
The teamster Luria.; out to be tli.i w 11.3
born on the estate, 140 PAUL North I bo ed.
noated, had his schooling at Norri.ttiwn, Pa., is
married, and is said to be indnstrioi:.
—Gerrit Smith is a troublesome cu,;tomer to
the New York Republioans. lie is canvassing
the State as an independent candidate for Gov-.
ernor, with the prospect of drawing oil ten or
fifteen thousand votes from the :egular Repub
lican candidate. The Tribune thinks that Mr.
Smith is " a good man engaged iu a very lu.d
business," and proceeds is show that he cherishes
some " very loose and dangerous notions" on
questions of State policy. We have no doubt
that he does, but the most langerous notions
that Mr. Smith entertain, are the identical Abos
litkn doctrines of which the Tribune has been
the most persevering propagandist. ilia great
crime in the eyes of the Tribune is not that he is
a consistent Abolitionist, but that he refuses to
trim and coalesce and face about at the com
mand of the Republican leaders. The repre
sentative of radical Republicanism, be is per
forming the work of resolving that party into its
original elements, totally discarding the expedi
ency doctrine of the more politic anti slavery
leaders. Gerrit is a thorn in their sides, be
cause they sea in him what they would them
selves be, if they only had the manliness to
abandon power for principle.
—Gen. Satter, the man who first discovered
gold in California, 0fir1..6 33,000 grape vines in
his garden, which, besides, abounds in nit, nee,
tarine, peach, apricot, and almond trees. The
general once owned 145,000 acres of the r.ohest
land in California, whore Sacramento and Mn-
rysville new stand. Ho is now proprietor of a
ittle farm with a very shaky title.
--Copt. Townsend, of the slaver Eoho, who
haft been undergoing examination at Boston for
some time, has been fully oommited for piracy.
His trial will take place before the Circuit Citurt,
on the 15th of Ootabor. A now complaint has
been entered against him, for misdemeanor,
which will ?abject him to a fine of from $l,OOO
to $ 1,500, and imprisonment of from three to
s even years.
We prefer buying BCERHAVE'S H9LLAND BIT
MILLS for cash, to save the discount- Hope to send
you soon a recommendation from our minister, testi
fying to its curative powers. Signed,
I never felt the benefit of any medicine so much
as from the bottle of BfERHAVE'S HOLLAND
BITTERS I purchased last Fall. I wish to know
whore I can get it, without fear of impositien.
Signed, JOSEPH. C. DELLET.
FROM A DRUGGIST.
A PnLLO, Armstrong Co., Pa., Dee. 15th, 1856.
MESSRS. B. PAGE, JR., It CO.
Dear Sirs :—I purchased ono doz. of yoar BCER
HAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS, from your travel
ing agent, which has given great satisfaction in this
section. Send me another dozen, for which I en
close the money. Signed, W. C. BOVARD.
Cutaion I—Be careful to ask Ea. Baerhave'• IfolbsPid
Bitter.. Sold at $1 per bottle, or fliX liattie9 for $.5,
by the axle Proprietors, Benjamin Pago, Jr., & Co.,
N 0.27 Weed street, between First and Second streets,
and Druggiets generally.
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)oe James Thrcap, a c)1 r , l ,tl , l,viJußl, all
Minister's r relltlMOLly.
HOOESTOWM, Beaver Co., Pa., Feb. sth, 1857
MOODY S c4Ro PHhats
DA RNSTOWN, Montgomery Co., Maryland.
January 3let, 1857.
THE LATEST NEWS
NENN ORLEANS, October 6.—The steamship
Blank Warrior has arrived, bringing dates from
Havana to the 2d ipst.
A terrible disaster ,occurred in the city on the
.2'4Lh ult. From some unknown cause, a large
magazine, containing an immense quantity of
powder, shells and rookets, was exploded, shak
ing the whole city, and causing great loss of
tile. Twenty eight persons were killed, and one
hundred and five wounded. Many others are
supposed to be beneath the ruins of the build
ings demolished by the explosion. The sugar
houses were totally destroyed. The gas works
were damaged, and the works rendered useless,
involving the whole city in darkness. Many
other buildings are shattered, and the police and
troops are guarding the buildings which are in
danger of falling. Concha, the Governor Gen
eral, was the first official on the ground, and
rendered all the aid in his power to the unforta
w.te clufftrers. The investigati. , n into the cause
1 I hem
tho disaster bad boon fraitizi.is. None of
in the magazine or its vteluity escaped
from the disaster.
Sugars had declined a trifle. The stook in
port w a one hundred and twenty thousand
WASHINGTON, October G. The Washington
Union of this morning contains the following:—
We understand that the contract of Mr. Law%
rence Myers, of Philadelphia, for oast iron pipes
fur the Washington aqueduct was yesterday for
feited, on the recommendation of the engineer
in charge of the work, for the reason that the
contractor had not complied with its provisions ,
by delivering the thirty inch pipes within the
time specified, viz: the let of October. The con
tract was given to Mr. Myers, though not the
lowest t idder, because he offered to deliver these
pipes within a specified time. It is clearly prop
er, therefore, that having failed in the condition,
the contract should be forfeited. We may also
state that as pipes are required for the service of
the aqueduct as soon as possible, we presume
they will be purchased from our own makers,
who may be able to deliver them soonest, end
thus this matter which has been a sore trouble
to some of our frionde in Pennsylvania, will be
settled in a manner satisfactory to all parties,
except the defaulting contractor.
Judge Bowlin to-day had a long interview with
Secretary Cass on the subject of his mission to
Paraguay. He will to-morrow receive his in•
stractione, the prominent features of which are
that President Lopez be required to make an
apology for the insult to our flag; to make repa
ration to those oitizens of the United States who
were driven out of that country and to acknowle
edge his obligation to satisfy all other demands
for redress, the amount of indemnity to be as
. certained probably through a Board of Commis
sioners ; that a commercial treaty be negotiated
and some guaranty obtained for the opening of
La Platte and its tributaries by the removal of
the restrictions of trade in these waters. Only
one vessel, the Fulton, carrying the Commis
sioner, will, at first, proceed to Assumption ;
should ho succeed in his objects, he will forth,
with return to Washington, bringing with him
the convention, but in the event of an entire
lailurs, he will di re , t Cumnieilore Shuhrick to
send up the fleet, and with it to carry out the
distinctly defined policy of the Administration.
The fleet will, after its holiness in Paraguay,
show itself in several of the South American
Statta, particularly in tti.sa which our govern ,
merit has long had unsettled accounts
HALIFAX, 02,t-ber ri. --'Pho expected steam
ship Canada, with Liverpool dates to Saturday,
the 25th ult , has not yLt been signaled below.
Uue of the Admirals gunboats arrived this after
noon and rihri waN mistakrn for the Canada , giv
ing rise to H. report that she was tielow.
NKR' ORLEANS, October 6 --The dnathn by yet
fever for the thirty hours ending yeetor
day tiawuuted to eq.:Jay-111u° The deaths to
, 145 fluty.
SN I LMINGTON, Wteber G The complete r ,
turns of the election Imld yesterday thew ttot
the Lo,mocrats have carried the tat 1, 2 , , 750 m a
Puri iker Par leular■ of the Horning
the Crystal Pali/CO.
untober i; —Nothing was saved
from the Crystal Palace excepting one hose ear
r: Age, one fire lad ivr 'ruck, and some half dozon
trititog articles ou exhibition In less than fif
teen minutes after the tire was discovered, the
dime fell. The lOSS is variously estimated at
one million to a million and a half. Included in
the articles embraced in the exhibition of the
American in!ititu'o, were a large number of
pianos, statuary, melodeons, agricultural imple
ments and other goods on exhibition. The build
ing was insured for only $6,000.
Nothing is left of the Palace but the iron tow
ers at the angles and a small portion of the iron
sides. Everything combustible about the build
ing and the contents were reduced to a hes. The
iron parts of the machinery and the frame work
0: the building, are all one undistinguished mass
of ruins. The glass is fused into large masses.
The report th,t one man was killed is untrue.
There way no logs of life whatever, and no se
vere injuries to any ono. The police and the
managers of the institution are busy investigat
ing the origin of the disaster.
Among the property destroyed in the Palace
wore several very tine pieces of statuary, inclu
ding Kiss' equestrian statue of the Amazon, Ma
ruchett's fine collosal statue of Washington, casts
from Thorwalsdan's Group of the Apostles, a bas
relief of the Descent from the Cross, a mantle
statue of Columbus, and several other valuable
works of art. The pictures in the gallery were
valued at $10,000; sewing machines, $8,000;
forty pianos, $20,000 ; seven steam and three
calorie engines, $13,000; three steam osleopes,
45,000 ; the whole number of entries of articles
deposited was 3,900.
Examination of the Crew of the }laicise
NEW YORK, October 6.—The examination of
the mate and crow of the slaver Haidee com
menced yesterday before Commissioner White.
The affidavit on which the prisoners were arrested
states that the Haidee received on the ooast of
Africa upwards of. eleven hundred negroes, of
whom two hundred died on the passage. The
Haidee was a small clipper ship, and owned in
-Providence. She was sold last year to a Portue
guese house in Oporto, and sailed hence soon
afterwards for that port.
NEIN' YORK, October 6.—The Governor, Lieu
tenant Governor, and Comptroller, have so far
assented to the plan for the location of quar
antine for this port, upon one of the shoals or
banks in the lower Bay, as to enable the Com
missioners to obtain a survey of the plans and
WASHINGTON CITY, Ootober 6.—lt is said the
reception of General Jerez, as envoy extraordi
nary and minister plenipotentiary from Nina•
rigua, does not supersede Yrissari. The former
represents that he has full authority to ratify a
treaty within a few days.
Additional instructions have been sent to our
naval officers in command at the east, and of
the transit route, with the view of affording pro
tection to American interests and the security of
Cub:.Ana, Ootober 6 --In the ease of George C.
Rados V 3. the Illinois Central Railroad, for the
possetislon of the grounds on which the depots of
the Railroad Company are located, the jury last
night returned a verdict in favor of the Company.
OUSE WANTED—A Dwelling llouae
of gwxl eizo, with all the modern improvements, is
wautA ue Alirgheny City. Apply at the odic° of the Pitte
burgh, Fort 190yue and Chicago ILs.ilzoad. ee23:tf
Begs to etILIOULICO to the citizens of Pittsburgh that she
will open ou TLUnaDAY AND FRIDAY of this week, at
the et. Charles Lintel, Boom 9 1 , a handsome assortment of
Paris Millinery, to which the attention of the ladles is
&Aro/. Loc6:3t*i !L LliiiiL
AOADICMY OF PAINTING AND DRAW
INO.—The public are informed that a ache ol for the
above branches will be openol on and after the 4th of Oc •
tuber, at No. 21, Filth atreet, for those who may be do •
sirons of obtaining a practical counie of Instruction. Ther e
will also be tuned the nee of the French Crayon, tintin g
with India Ink and Sepia; also a new style of pai n tin g i n
Oil and 'Wet ,r colors, by which the pupil Is enabled to an c
tined more rapidly than by other methods. The merits of
thin style of printing and drawing have barn long and Imo
ceassiully tested in my classes. Raving In my poasession a
large and finely selected collection of originals for every
branch, 1 invite ladies, and those who may have in view a
coon.° of lessens to call at my studio, No. 21 Fifth street.
oc2:2w T. N. GI 1,000141 t.
t•loOPE RS WAN TED.—TwO or three more
‘...) good Coopers wanted to work on tight work- Enquiro
JAB. A. tottrZttli,
earner Market and first streets.
Interesting from I/Inverts.
Non-Arrival of the Canada
Yellow Fever In hew Orleant,
Oel*Nvare Elect lOil
Selection of Q,narantine Ground,
E 0 row Washington
Mll4. LItEIR, of Philatinlphla,
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GRA N D RALLY IN TILE 'I lIIRD WARD
GiRNER FlFfil AND WYLIE STIiEETS.
There will be a Grand Mees Meeting of the Anti• Tax
Democratic citizens of the Third Ward, held on FIUDAY
EVENING, the Bth of October, on the corner of Wylie And
Fifth streets. The meeting will be addremcd by lion. An
drew Burke, Thomas Farley, N P. Fetterman, Esq., Chris.
Magee, Esq., John D. Bailey, Esq., E. P Jones, Esq., Dr. G.
11. Keyser, and John &bite, in iliamau oc7:lt
FIRST PREMIUM AWAR . DED
STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY,
To GRAFF Sz CO., Manufacturers
For the best Cooking Range for familied ;
" Cooking Stove for coal :
Diploma Dr best Latuadroy. Also, on hand a large assort
ment of Heating Stoves, Plain and Fancy I -ate Fronts,
Fenders, Sad and Dog Irons, Sugar liettl, , a. TVA R.ttle-.
Wagon Boxna, Hollow Ware, etc. GRAFF h Co.,
ocTaydaw No. 124 W0,.4.1 street.
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
NO. 62 ST. CLAIR STICET,
Invitee public attention to hie new. and beautiful assert•
mont of• Fall goods, consisting of Cloths; Caseimeres, Vgst
logs and Coatings of every variety and style, made up with
promptness and deripatch, and at rates as low as at any
similar establishment in the city. . • oc7:lmd
ROOFING! ROOFING 11 ROOFING 11 I
CANVAS AND CEMENT ROOFING,
The firm of Perrin &Johnson having by mutual consent,
been reconty dissolved, 0.8. BATES and W3l. JOHNSON
give notice that they have entered into partnership for the
purpose of carrying on the above ROOFING BUSINESS in all
Its branches, under the name and firm of BATES St JOIN-
SON, at the cid stand, 76 Smithfield street, nem. Diamond
Old Gravel Roofs and all others repaired wi,h care
IRON, TIN, COPPER and ZINO ROOFS CEMENTED,
Making them water-tight, and pet fectly securing them from
the action of the weather ; twice as durable al common
paint, and lase than half the cost.
SHINGLE ROOFS PAINTED, thereby increasing their
DURABILITY and making them FIRE-PROOF.
All work cone in the most thorough and faithful manner
by experienced workmen.
N. B —The durability of tho COTTON CAN VA:I 1s uo
destroyed by being improperly prepared fur the r:.of.
All having roofs to be repaired or renewed will lied it
their advantage to call on us before making contracts.
BATES & JOHNSON,
75 &Litchfield street, near Diamond alley
I'. 8 —References and Certificates at our office.
SINUER' S SEWING hIACLUN ES
A new Family dewing Machin., combMiug the latest, am
provcrnemtn, xt the extreme low lair, t.f
The pri ea of all our standard MOCltlill.B have Leou groat ly
reduced. eINGEIt'S SEWING MACHINES, It ft well
known, though dearer m pric,, have alwvya been cheaper, .o
fiat, minaidering what they Will do, then• any other The
prices are now r,daced that all must Lb satialle,d Call
and examine the new I , ltmhims at the law prime, of
tw7 R. STRAWY, ,l 2 Mat 'tot .knot.
NOTIOE Ti ) FARMERS. Straw ;I IA
Stalk Cuttora. T. 11. Wilson W. Co 's Lelebraiml
graph rodd, rCm toe, de, id-115 t e hest ye' 11-red to the
Pohl a Price For onto at at.d deli u ltucAd
Warhouse, 47 Fifth street, Pitts! urwli.
H.ANIIc WANTED. - • c•r, an,'
1.1 tN 11.121 t 11t1e. , ,CP(;11.1 Cap I‘..ihitittz nud Sewleg FlIrA
wnntet•l Apply wt tki t...t.1 titr...q. n hr: t , ww - k can bu .1
nt ttuud prirtk. A. I , -IrNELITN,
or; d sir
s i()IN'ITA BCY. EltS WJLL FIND A
la/ ,4,t 13.1“1 10,, rs, )11i It
Dory i.itd0.1,3, pl 1, nr .1,4, it, •
bi ' T thu k t street.
DR "Ilt IM I Lest, mt vier+ .11
th vsHOlll, eat IoW
AL X.AN DE It' KII) t L'i ES. —A lull
lino of sizes /And Col Ors can Mi , itiys be had at
oc7 77 Starlet street.
ONE IT EA it SINCE.--A year ti,go we
a. me in ths midst of the g l oat pant 6ti,k4
down, the banks were ~noes, all polio Wm e 0 drug In the
marltat, and the world concluded it w io , il Ira rather credil
able than otherwise to go shabbily. But things Ita:e
changed Hines that gloomy partali au I thiss wbo would not
be considered shabby fellows must not go shabbily. To
avoid this contingency tif shabblaesit go at once to
OHESTNIt'S U0T.111.1.1 MALL,
(,c7 Corner Wood street and Diamond alley.
500 WILL buy a good dwelling
house of er.44.ltrtailliS, well of good water,
300 young fruit trees, of hurt sidoctious, come ).rime
meadow laud, 15 acres of le :d, all in good order, 111111 Batista,
at one mile trout 51'13as/sport, and tit...won - ter mils ft'on
Crooked Run Railroad Station 'Forms; total, to irl 10 hand.
t emeiuder at one and two oat
S. CUTlll3lolTfitt SON,
oc7 61 :Mirka street
THREE STORY WARI4I.IOUSE,
_L Bmithtlold ntrnet, fur rent. Apply to
B. CUTHBERT & SON,
oc7 61 Ilatka ntrot.
A L ARGE RED STEER, euppoßed to be 3
years old, and cropped on the right esr, was taken
up by the subscriber on tue Ist of Septemb r, and if uoi
claimed In due time will be s,ld according to law.
Principal of Edgeworth Seminary,
oc7:ltd• Sewickly, Allegheny county, Pa
200 boxed Kxtra Scaled;
EDO " No. I—for sale by
RHYMER it ANDERSON,
No. Mt Wood street.
cc 7 Oppc'<ate the St. Charles
GOO whole cane "Cori & Martin ;
800 third •• '' For en: •
RE Vag& tr. AN DilltSON,
No. 89 Wood street,
oc7 Opposite the St Charles Hotel
OLlVE o O ba l s L te .— ta
20 boxes pint
Just received and for sale by
RHYMER k ANDERSON,
No. 39 Wood street,
oc7 Opposite the St. Charles Hotel
DOMESIIC and Staple Dry Goods of
every description; also Dress Goods, Shawls, Cloaks,
Needle Work, Velvet Ribbon, &c.
O. HANSON LOVE,
oc7 74 Market street .
COOKING PRUNES.-5 casks "Turkish,"
Just received and for sale by
REYMER & ANDERSON,
oc7 No. 39 Wood street.
0000 A NUTS. --5000 Fresh " Baracos,'
Just received and for sale by _ .
REY.ItEit k ANDZSSON,
ocB No. ag Wood street, opposite St. Charles Hotel.
MEW ARRIVAL OF THIS YEAR'S
„LI CROP.-60 boxes M. IL ItAinius.
100 quarter boxes M. R. Raisins.
Just received tine day by
REYMER & ANDERSON,
()a N 0.39 Wood street, opposite St. Charles Dotal.
CURRAN TS.-10 casks Zante jaiit received
this day by RRYMER k ANDERSON,
oc7 No. 39 Wood street.
IOW; T. LOGAM JOWLED GRIGG.
LO CI A N & G -li, xG U,
IMPORTS= AND Radii= IN
Foreign Si, Domestic Hardware,
A toll and complete assortment of all doicriptions et
flardware, both at Wholesale and Retail, can be had at prices
satisfactory to the purchaser at the alr,vo establishment;
kola of every description. In large vanities ; Merchants,
Mechanics, and Farmers are all invited to call. L5e29:21.11
TIIE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO FORM
a Co• Partnership, with some good basinesa loan to
reside in or about Pittsburgh, with a cash capital, say, of
$2OOO or more, for the purchase and sale of laud in the
North-western counties of this State. With the adrautogeo
in this business, which the subqcriber now possess°, it
could, with such a - partner, be easily made to bring a profit
of 60 to 100 per cont.
Hofer to U. Bargain, Elm , No. 122 Fourth street.
Real Pstato Agent, Itranknu,
G ENTLEMEN'S HATS FOR AUTUMN
In preparing the Hats of the present issue, noeo bag the
moat finished caorkmen have been employed, and nothing
but the best and choicoat materials used. Every eudemor
has been made to combine Elegance of Form, with Fitness,
and Beauty of Design with utility. The nuderisign‘d, there
fore, confidently eubmita these elegant Annamo fiefs to the
laspectiou of gentlemen, and hopefully awaits their liberal
patronage. W. F. WARBURTON,
No. 43 ) Chestnut 'area,
EATIIER, HIDES AND OlL.—The sub
!scriber weal solicit the attention of merchants and
strang.irs visiting t o city, to his present exteuoive stock of
Leather, Shoe Find age, Tanners' and Carriers' Toots, Tan•
ue Oil, i c., Ac , which he offers to the trade at the lowest
market prices. Ile solicits an examination of his stock.
Wht WILITINSJN, 217 Liberty street.
ee27 Pittsburgh, Pa.
.NEW STYLE DRESS ,SILKS, Printed
tilerinom Motu, Do Laines, Handsome (all wool)
Plaids, Pail Oloivres, and ovary (Akar article. usually
found in a wall assorted stock of Dres• (foods.
O. HANSON LOVE,
ace 74 fdarkat street,
t; , 4.z:.:•0.,
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FIRE. AND WATER PROOF.
IMPORTANT Tu TEILI PUPLIt
62 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA
- ; .. '11-1.?:
Erk . N it i vk COMPAN
ooßPolutTH u BY 'flit LEOISLATIMIC OP I-u'
LORNA)? TEaRD Asp WALE
LARGO, To all part:, ,i the send.FREIWIT,
On awls, by Itivar, Oahala, Lake“, aad Latht carrti g u t
all parts ofthe
On Merchandise generally.
On stores, Dwelling ilonsee,
ASSETS OF THE COALPAIN
Novembe:i- 3, 1.857.
Mortgagee, and lieal - Bstate $101,350
Philadelphia City, and other Loans 137,01 I is
in Banks, ltailroadn and In.ini-ahcof 1)4000
Onsh on hand '38,592 88
"Mance in liana of Agonies, Premiums -
oa Marine Policies recently issned,oh 92,730 011
other debts due the Oumpsny.. .....
Josuph IL Seal,
lildruand A. Sunder,
John 0. Lavin,
John R. Peuross,
Dr. IL M. Huston,
William 0. Ludwig,
Jacob P. Jones,
Mos. 0. limo, Vice Praal
Hann I.l2zcza, Sc.cretzir
P V HE UREAT WIE 77 STERN
Flra and .131arine Inaliurance Co.,
Oplce in Company's Building, No. 403 Walnut,
Corner of Fourth Street.
Capital paid in
Surplus, Junnry Ist, MB
FIRE INSURANCE—Litutted or Perpetual. $277,674
MARINE INSURANCEton Vessels, Cargo and Freights.
INLAND INSURANCE. by Rivers, Canals, Lakes and
Charles C. Lathrop, 142 a Walnut street.
William Darling, Vito Pine street.
Alexander Willlldon, Merchant, 18 North Front.
Isaac linziehurst, Attorney and Counsellor.
John C. Hunter, firm of, Wright, Hunter er 0• - •
N. Tracy, firm of Tracy A Cu., ouiesmite's
John B. ltheurdy, firm hfJciues, White A 151cCurds
Thomas L. Gillespie, Brat of Gillaspoi 7014 r.
James B. Smith, rirm of James B. Stalin a Do.
Hon. Ilcury M. Fuller, Office 227 South Third strtat„
John C. Vogdes, office corner of Seventh and Sause......
James Weight, late Oashler Bank of Tioga.
Alfred Tolol' office Cairo City Property.
Jona J. Slocum, omen 228 Bunth Third street.
C. C. LATEIBOP, President.
W. tABLLNO, Vice President
L/M5 allIk ' 1 " V 'hunch Office, 8 Wallet., N. Y.
Second Vice Pres%) ,
JAMES WRIGHT, heoretary and Treasurer.
11. If. RICHARDSON, Assistant Secretary.
R.' W: POINDEXTER, Agent.
' 97 Water street, Pittsburgh,
MON OiN GAHELA
I NSETRANCF, COMPANY
JAlffiP. A. HIIT0.111?.. trealdEdit
M. ATVit.UD„ ficcrAary.
WILL INSLIP.II AGALNST ALL ELND. , .., MUCH AN/
Stock, Du. Bine, paytila on demand, ducured by two
a pprov cgi nam
115 shares alecbanics' 1.1..tuk stock ; cost
10 do Rank of Pittsburgh do do
4.0 do lizctuinge Bank do do
190 do Citizens' Bank do •to
halauce of Book ttrcu4uta
Office Furniture... . ..............
Venasy ',insurance Company
01.11,1 , ;(1`fulltif
P. Tanncr, - nso, W. Smith,
1. A. Colton. A. J. J ,, z.lnei,
.h+4. 11. 1.11.,v1:1,111, Wad. Ilautidort
A. d. itc,Cort Patrick..
.1. .h.LLeNi, John Taggllrt,
I . ll;LorbuL
w. t: Nit !ici,k,
A. C. Saliipdott,
C ha rtern ........... . ..... ...* 300,006
flak AND MARIN Inslicii3 TANLN, delicriptioa6
CITIZENS' INIURA.NCE COMPANY
EAIIUEL L. MARSHELL, Secretary.
0177 CE: 94 Water str4l,l,6llGetn Markel and Wood streets
."••• Inoaros HULL AND OAILOO FUSE'S, 'on tho Ohio
and Itivont and tribatorlea.
Ina aroo against Lona old Datuago by Flt. Lt.
Also ; againet tho Perth uI tho Bea otol Inland Navigation
William Segaley, i Capt. Mark Ster/Ing,
Samuel Ron, I - 3...ninel M. Kier,
Jetuee M. th ,, ,pur, , Jchn. S. Dilworth,
James Park, Jr., ' Prencls Sellers,
leneo M. Pennt4k, William B. Maya
Springer lin rbnnek, John Ehipton,
()apt.. Samuel 0. Yonne, Waiter Bryant,
John CulJuroll. i 0,22
PIMA.DELFHIA FIRE AND LIFE
Opp Julio the Cluitom Home.
WILL MAKE ALL KINDS OF INSU
RANCE, either: Porpotuul cr Limited, ou every
dt-iicriptlon of Proporty or Morohaudis3, at reaeuuable rata
of premium. _
11. 117. WILSON,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY.
Capita! Repretiented, 82,000,00 U.
';‘)I:IPANIES OF ELIGIIEST STANDING, Chart Ned by
PenneylvanSi and other Statee.
VIRE, MARINE AND LY.ITEI RISKS TAKEN, GY ALL
110. 63 3'o STRZET
A. 0A17.111131. t PITT a11C020.13. 1. P
. r den- y
THE 01,DESi AND LARGEST
ESTAIILI3IIMENT IN THE Of I
DUFF'S COLLEGE BUILDYN3B,
TERRA COT O.R STONE
WATE r PIPES 9
From two topix inch (sabre.
PRICES from 12 In 30 Conte per Foot
PEARL i STARCH.
_liar Salo "tilitoleas}a at Aiazaafactiarara
AND WHOLIiIALD DIALAD Rf
SM., BUTTIFiIft, smume., WISH,
AND PHODINB GENERALLY.
No. 25 WOOO BTx➢ET, PITTSBURGH. OW
L TARCLI FACTORY FOR SALE.—The
S.JI Bud:tester Starch Fa:. ' ry, In tborongh and complete
working order, capable of Ding out two tons of Starch
daily, will be sold on very "vantageous terms. This is a
favorable opportunity for a y one wishing to cater into a
safe and profitable business, a good ran of custom being
already well established, and requiring a comparativey
moon capital. fur farther Information, lagairo of
seal m-2pl FILIN4Y IL COLLINS, 25 Wood It.
Cologne Spirits and Fusel 011,
NO& 167 Bind 170 Second Street.
DREMIUM HOLIiAND GIN BITTERS,
& IMPORTED lilt P. ELIX. .e SON, 468 PENN ST.,
PITTSBUSZ.M, PA.—We rttpectfully call the attention of
the public to the above brated Bitters, for which the
Medical Court of Holland 1194 commissioned ns to act as
Sole Agents for the United etatea and Canada&
This article la prepared by promo of the most scientific men
of Holland, and is the moat preferable Bitters now in Wm..
Wherever the Holland Oin Bitters has been introduced, its
sale has been unprocodeatodi .
wuhing t r y the article, can have a sample,
Pers ona with circular,
gratis by mall, by addrea lat a 34l
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James 0. Band,
William Myra, Jr.,
J. P. Poniston
Joshua P. Hy - L,
Samuel E. Stokes,
James B. 51cPrziatta,
Thomas 0. hand,
Robari Burton, Jr.,
John B. Born*, Pittsburgh
1) T. 11c . gan,
J. T. I.ognu,
Y. G. ..4,ADR1.2...9., Agent,
bb 'MLA: armor, l'lttabuhl3ll
OVViCIL—No. lAiator Strottg
ABSETS--MAI Ora, LBL,.?
r---6,orge A. flbrry,
Thomaa d. Clark°,
lat. A. Ouldly,,lL
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Pr,3aideot—A. A. CAII.II.IEII.
Vice Prealdol—RODY PAP'
P_A.),: retatry Treastmar—i. k. _e. ,, , I i ti I
Ukti Chesnut Street,
P.0.11E4T P. BIND, Prnstdent.
M. W.. BALDVaN, The Pre3ldtmt
Uttarlee Ilayes, B. It. Cope )
E. 11. English, George W. Brown,
P. B. Favor} , Joseph B. Paul,
C. Hherrnan, ' John Clayton,
1. , J. Megargeo, E. %Viler.
le. LILACS BOhli it, Solretai y . _ .
J. G. COFFIN, Agent,
,Ourniir Third and Wood streets
A., CiIII4IER 114. BR 0.,
%VIVI. SCtifIUCEI MA N.
Corner Third , and Market Streets,
al ARLES *LAUGHLIN
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