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J ANES p. BARE, Editor and Proprietor:
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ONDAY 1(101±NING••••••:OCTOBER 11 858
DEMOCSATIC STATE NOMINATIONS
NS 817P11.11113 JUDGE,
WILLIAM A. PORTER,
roit CANAL COINNISSIONC.II,
OP FAYETTE COUNTY.
DENOCBATIC COUNTY TICKET
CONGI3X93, =BY DISTRICT
ANDREW WERE, city.
JOHN BIRMINGHAM, Ohio.
HAIIIIITEL tdclC£S, Itirm Ingham
THONLiS DONNELLY, Collins,
PHILIP 11. STEYE,NdON,
JOHN M. IRWIN, City,
ailteavr monitow, Row.
ARTJ, Mk heap
BA&NES FORD, Upper Bt. Clair
ALEXAbiDEB. BLACK, Bewlck.loy
calikm-s' tons :
TROUAB IaRLEY, Allegheny
WILLIAM ALEXANDER Ijity
JOIN MURRAY, South Pittsburgh,
DIM! 01L 0? MT POOH
.101.1 N BOYLt, ludiana.
A Csird--.To the Public.
Mr. Editor:--0a ruy way bsvk from Butler last Tuesday
I was handed a report of Mr. Thos. Williams' speech, deity •
ered at Bakerstow n the night before. On reading it, I found
ant , ng many other gross misrepresentationa about me, the
following elegant extract:—
" McKnight tied when he EaNII user rode on a 'free pass?
I was astonished at this strong expression, especially as
I had never said anything,of the kind; not deeming it my
business, whether he bad or not. But considering it a chal
lenge to draw me Gaon the matter, though not a very cour
teous one, I addressed a note to Mr. Thomson, President of
the Pennsylvania Railroad, and have just received the fol
lowing reply :
"OFFICE PREN'A RAILROAD COMPANY,
Philadelpliia, October 1.1858.
DEAR SIR: IN ANeWillt TO YOUR FAVOR OF Til
2iirn ULT. I WILL STATE THAT hilt. THOMAS Nvu
LIAMS HAI; BIDDEN UPON THE PENN'S RAILROAD
MORE TtiAN ONC
re, Very Respectfelly,
J. EDGAR THOMSON,
To ROMER: .kIOKNIGHT, EEQ."
In order to vindlca . e the truth 01 history, let facts b
anbraitted to a candid world,
October 4th, ISIS.
THE DEMOORATIO COUNTY COMMITTEE OF
WCORRESPONDENOE have appointed meetings to be
held as follows :
MONDAY EVENING, 11th October, 7 o'clock, a. Markt.:
House, in McKeesport.
Epeaher3 will be in attendance.
D. D. BRUCE,
Chairman of Dcm. nuty Committee of Gorrtapodem-e.
...a:D DEIIOOB.S Tle NATURALIZATION CJDLUITT E E.
JOHN McOLOWRY, JOHN TAYLOR,
SAMUEL CA,IkRON, DANIEL FICHEISON,
JAS. C. CUMMINS, 011,0. W. LEWIS.
Either of whom can to consulted daily, at their respective
laces of business. eels
— a — - --
I) , cw XXIID CONGBESSION A.L DISTRICT.—In Eic
. cordance with a resolution of the Democratic Con
vention of September 11th, 1859, the following named 1 er
eels are appointed a Committee of Vigilance, for the Twen
ty-Second Congressional District :
B. H. Herr, Charles H. Penl6on,
G. W. Cass. Wm. 'Hulett,
Lee Beckham, D. Campbell,
Chaska Bryson, H. Ha sain ger,
P. J. Sinclair. Capt. A. Hoye,
W. Clayton, Samuel Smith,
James Patton, Jr., Joseph Birmingham,
D. E. McKinley. D. H. Willia - r a,
E. McGee, - Samuel McCune.
George Gent, Robert Steventua,
W. J. Pollen.
JOHN P. GLASS, Chairman.
U. THE VIGILANCE COMMITTEE OF TUN DIP
FKREXT PRECINTS, composing the Twenty-Shot
and Twenty• Second Congriailonallnotriolo, will he supplied
with the regular and only genuine Democratic Ticket,
the office of the limning Punt, I ittsburgh.
JOHN P. GLASS, Chairman.
See First Page.
Let every Democratic voter make his
rangements to-day, to attend the election to
morrow. Recollect the importance of a single
vote, and do not permit the ticket to be de
feated for the lack of your vote.
THE ELECTION TO-MORROW.
The campaign is now near its close. There
is but another day to work., See to it that
every district is fully supplied,- with Demo
cratic tickets,- and use your influence with
every Democrat to secure his vote.
It is of the first importance to the organi'
zation of the National Democratic party,
• that every Democrat should vote the entire
Burke and Birmingham, should be our next
Congressmen. and if you will it so, fellow
Democrats ; they will be.
Let no man who claims affiliation with the
Democracy, vote for Thomas Williams. He
is a wolf—a Black Bepublican Native Amer
ican wolf whom Democratic shepherds have
permitted to roam in the fold of the faithful.
He hides his teeth now; when he no longer
needs your votes he will denounce you with
all the bitterness of years of hatred of your,.
selves and of your principles. Do not trust
him; Capt. Birmingham is your friend—he is
the Democratic nominee, and is entitled to
every Democratic vote in the Twonty•Seoond
T he Twelfth of October
Tn-4norrow elections take place in Penn
sylvania, Ohio, Indiana, South Carolina, and
Minnesota, the results of which, will do
mach to determine the character of the nest
Congress. None of these States have Sena%
tors in Congress to elect, except Minnesota.
In the present House of representatives
there are from Pennsylvania, fifteen Demo
crats and ten Republicans ; in Ohio, nine
Democrats and twelve Republicans ; in Indi
ana., six Democrats and five repulicans; in
lowa two Repablibans ; in Minnesota, two
Democrats. Total, -thistytwo Democrats
and twenty-nine Republicans.
Mn. WILLIAMS, the man who doubts the va
racity of "an hireling because he is an hire
ling," the man who can " smell a mechanic
across the street," the man who will not send
his children to public schools to associate
with your children whom he stigmantizes as
the "scrapings of the gutter," the man who
buys the shoes for his family at the Peniten
tiary, and says that - there are "better mechan
ics in that institution -than outside of it,"
this man pretends to be a friend of the labor
, working men of the Twenty , Second
District, are - not such fools as to be deceived
by such shallow and mendacious demagog.,
TiEL Gazelle makes the silly charge against
Mr. Burke, that he is a dandy. We have
known him for near about a score of years,
and so far as our memory serves us, he has
worn thatsame blue coat ever since we knew
him, regardless of changing fashions. It won't
do to call Andrew Burke a dandy.
GERMAN Dralocaer,s of the Twenty-second
District, remember that Them as Williams, if
he gets to Congress, would deny you the right
to hold any office of trust or profit under this
government and Note for a law to keep you
twentydone years in the country before yoU
t,_ ., t3w ,
ROBERT lic K NIL; ll'r
1 AN OPINIoN OF WEIGHT.
TEIOMAS WILLIAMS ON FOREIGNERS , We have fr e quently remarked that all the
NO FoREIGNER SHOULD BE ALL( )1V- great men of our party regard with pain and
ED TO VOTE UNTIL lIE WOULD BE disgust the course which has been pursued in
IN THE COUNTRY TW ENTYrONE endeavoring to make over the Democracy of
YEARS, AND BE DEPRIVED OF HOLD- the Twenty second District to the Black Be-
ING OFFICE." , publicans for the sake of a local issue.
Now, foreign-born citizens, read the record 1 one of the most distinguished Democrats of
here presented, and we ask you to contrast it Pennsylvania, high in position at Washing
the noble and manly sen invents ol a ton, writes us in a private letter as follows:
Democratic Statesman--Col. Benton. ,"I have no opiniaos to couceL.l. lam against
the in w i h d i e c a h o i f t
may repin b i l e a tpiroens
After such a. vile declaration, what are yo u te a r arl d w e eL er i in h ' L s e e
to expect from so narrow and corrupt a poli • I district I should take a most decided part for
titian as Williams. Place him in power, and I Capt. Birmingham, against Mr. Williams and
he will carry out his native principles. \ Mr. APKaight. I can hardly imagine that the
Democrats of Butler will vote against Mr. Biry
DEMOCRATS : THEN WILL YOU VOTE
, mingham, and I should ho glad to aid him had 1
FOR A MAN WHO HAS ALWAYS OPPOSED 1 the power to do so."
YOU IN TOUR LIBERAL AND PATRIOTIC This is the opinion of every leading Demo•
REGARDS OF THE POOR AND OPPRESS- °rat in the State. The taint of favoring re-
ED OF EVERY LAND. pudiation must not be suffered to attach to
--- the Democratic party.
AGAIN, WE SAY MARK THE
In August, 1844, an American Association
was lormed in this county, which adopted a
declaration of principles and a constitution of
sixteen articles. We extract two, which reg
ter directly to the principles of the Associa
tion, from the columns of the Pittsburgh Ga
zette, of Saturday, August 10th, 1844. They
are as follows :
The American Association of Allegheny
county, considering it their duty to organize
for the protection of their common country,
and institutions from Foreign interference
that their principles may be fully known and
understood, do declare—
Art. 1. Relates to elective franchise.
Art. 2. That the term of probation I\r nas
uralization of all foreigners, ought to be
EATENDED To TWENTY- , ONE YE&RS
that the proceedings necessary to obtain eer.l
tificate of naturalization, ought to be so or ,
dered by law as to prevent fraud and cor re p
Art. o, That we do not propose by legisla
don to divest foreigners of any rights already
acquired under existing laws, but that in our
opinion, the rights of citizenship to be cx.
tended hereafter, ought to he so qualified as
to DENY TO TRIER RECIPIENTS THE
PRIVILEGE OF HOLDING ANY OFFICE
OF TRUST OR PROFIT UNDER THIS
At a meeting of this Association held on
the sth of August, the officers for the ensu
ing year were elected, and the following com
mittee to prepare an address was appointed.
TUOMAS wiLLIANts, A. W. Marks, Thom
as M c Connell, R. W. Middleton, and A lex.
Thomas Williams makes it his hoast that
n ulit.i s he stank, where he has ever
you can not vote for Thomas Williams, the
Know Nothing. There is his record.
READ the opinion of the great Dernocrati ,
statesman, COL.BENTON; his manly, noble,
liberal sentiments differ from the bigot an d
intollerant spirit of Native WILLIAMS. The
contrast is as great as an American man-of
war ship is to a flat boat. COL. BENTON
remarked : " Who first unfurled the banner of
equal rights and planted it on the ramparts
of written constitutions. Who but emigrants,
and the descendants of emigrants, who have
erected in this new land an altar to liberty,
with its tops as high as the heavens and its
base as broad as a oontinent—emigrants who
fled the oppression of the old world, and their
noble descendants. Let, then, the lover of
liberty, from every clime, come hither and
worship at the altar in spirit and in truth,
and he will be hailed as the younger brother
in a family of emigrants. He comes to assist
in reclaiming a wilderness of vast extent.
He comes to chant forth his native and his
vesper songs where the light of civilization has
not penetrated. He comes to kindle the fires
of liberty on hill tops and in valleys, as yet
but indistinctly known. He comes to con.
vert those heathens roaming over those vast
plains which stretch to the Pacific ocean—to
cast down the idols of superstitious worship,
and to rear on their ruins temples to the true
and living God. For such purposes and for
such objects, I say, for ono, let him come, and
may an ever ruling providence protect him
on his way, and crown his efforts with sued
cess. The panoply of our law is over him,
and its aegis protects him from harm."
This is the language of a true Democrat—
one who stood by Jackson in the days of his
war against the aristocracy. He was, (in the
language of President Buchanan,) the right
arm of General Jackson against the monied
power of the country. ',When sneh a man as
Col. Benton would speak thus of foreignors.
What is their duty, now the great statesman
is dead. Why carry to the election his noble
and manly sentiments and vote to a man
against Williams, who would trade you off
were it in his power, and for ever deprive
yon of the dearest privilege of a freeman, the
right to protect your property by voting for
your own public servants. Down with the
craven hearted Williams and vote for Bir,
vningham the disciple of Benton. Do this and
you will prosper.
THE True Press is maudlin about " Ra
road misrepresentation " of its pet Thomas
Williams. In what has Thomas been mis
represented ? Certainly not in the fact that
he has filled his pockets with railroad fees,
and rode on railroad free passes. He mis
represented himself at the commencement of
the campaign. He claimed to be " not as
other men are." He was pure and immacu
late. The truth comes out, and Thomas finds
it difficult to bolster up a bad record with ,a
bad conscience. Since the commencement of
the campaign, he has pursued a crab lik
course, and been compelled to back down to
the very edge of defeat, and to-morrow, over
MR. BURKE is gaining friends every hour.
In vain have the Opposition press and the
Opposition candidates sought for a vulnera
ble point in his political position or his per%
sonal character. He will receive hundreds of
Republican votes to-morrow,.amd will be our
nest Congressman or we have greatly mista
ken the predilections of our fellow citizens of
the Twenty-first District.
MEN who make a speciality of one idea are
almost sure to go mad. On the subject of
himself and his own merits, Thomas Williams
is a madman, unfit and unsafe to be trusted
with your important interests. Even his pro
fessional judgment as a lawyer has become so
wprped by his constant attention to one idea
that be fails in the courts. Quern Deus yult
perdere priusquam dernentat.
THE. True P.•e& appeals to the Native Ameri
cans to vote for Thomas Williams. No trne
American, whether native or adopted chi*
'oan or will vote for a man who stigmatizes
the children in our common schools as " the
scrapings of the gutter."
aor the Pittsburgh Poet.J
Mr. Editor:—The editors of the Dentocracec
Herald having discovered an Jus.ling fraud,"
their paper comes out this week with a great
flourish of capitals and exclamation points,
peering up like bristled bayonets.
They pronounce Capt. John Birmingham the
bogus Democratic candidate for Congress in the
Twenty-second District, while they, at the same
time, have hoisted the name of Thomas Williams
into their editorial columns, for the same import
Now wo ask most imperiously, what authority
hey have to insert Mr. Williams' name in the
ist of Democratic nominations and into the Dam-
°cretin nominations and into the Democratic
State and county ticket
When they answer this question in the manner
which it ought to be answered, the public will be
prepared to judge in what quarter an " kstound-
tag fraud" can be found.
Again ; what authority have they for pushing
Mr. Williams on to the Democratic party whether
the party will accept 44,f him or not; thus reduce
ing them to the alternative to vote for him or not
Will they answer that the Democratic party
gave them the authority!
Perhaps they might, if a few wire-pullers about
Butler and Allegheny constitute the Democracy
of the Twenty-second District ; but if these are
the fair representatives in this District, then all
we hay- , to say Is, " good Lord deliver us from
the influence of such a party."
In another column, they say " the Democracy
of Butler county, being without a candidate of
their own, intend voting as a unite for Thomas
Williams." We hope the result of next Tuesday
will show that they are as much mistaken as the
min was who kissed his cow instead of his wife.
And, finally, for time would fail us to notice
one-tenth of the lucid paragraphs portraying the
dreadful condition of Butler and Allegheny corn.
ties, the editor declares that " our houses are
on fire! ! car fields are about be laid waste !!!
our property pinndered ! I I l " &o , still using
exclamation points proOsely, as a kind of round
ing to their periods,
Now, all snail hombnlation id superlatively
ridiculous. We thought men of common sense
were incapabto of such consumate folly—that
men of sober judgment would not present them'
selves to run altogether mad —but oda., we were
BUTLER COUNTY, OatAter
(JUL. PRESTON has'aceepted the nomination
of Minister to Spain.
EXUEsSIVE STUPIDITY chs.racteriees the eke
tioneering articles of Mr. Williams' organ. 1
cannot yet, although so long in practice, lie plan
sibly The following is a sample from several
articles in his paper of Friday morning:
Let it not be forgotten, that the Dispute)
and Chronicle, during this stirring campaign
have thrown the whole influence of their respec
tive journals against the interests of these corn
mnnities, by advocating the payment, both prin
cipal and interest, of all the fraudulent bonds
which have been issued to the different Railroad
Companies. Should the tax payers decide, at
the ballot lox, on Tuesday next, that they will
never pay them, our word for it, both of these
newspapers will take a new tack, and asseverate
that they were always opposed to paying, too.—
That is what they pall being all things to all
We give the whole article. Every constant
reader of the Dispatch can answer for Wawa',
whether there is a word of truth in the above
statement, as regards this paper ; and ;',We are
confident that it is also totally false as reiarde
Asa test of their veracity, wo will hand Mr.
Williams or his soaps•goat a cheek for fifty dol
lars, when they point out a single article, locol or
editorial, from the Dispatch, during the present
campaign, advocating the payment either of the
principal or the interest of any railroad bond,
either fraudulent or genuine. If they desire it,
our files are at their services, for the purpose of
Now see whether these wholesale libelers and
slanderers will attempt to show that they are not
wilful liars. We ask our readers to watch this
matter. We are tired of being lied about by
" dirty dogs."
[Onr neighbors of the Chronicle, Post, Gazette
and Journal, will much oblige us by copying the
MORE AP eartrAinurs.—We learn from the
Philadelphia Daily News that D. C. Taylor, Esq.,
formerly of the Neptune Insurance Company of
that city, has accepted the general agency for
the sale of Dr. Coggswoll's celebrated Antiphlo
gistio Salt, in the States of Pennsylvania, New
Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and North
Carolina. Dr. C. is fortunate in his selection of
an agent, and we predict for his medicine un
limited success throughout this agency.
The Boston papers eulogize highly the medi
cine, and its discover holds an honorable and
prominent position in the profession, and his An
tiphlogistic Salt is acknowledged to be a wonder
ful and valuable discovery.—Transcript.
WAsartrarow, October 9.—The President re
ceived a telegraphic despatch from John Butter
tield, President of the Overland Mail Company,
dated St Louis, October 9th, informing him that
the great overland mail arrived there to.-day from
San Francisco in 28 days and 4 hours. The
stages brought through six passengers.
The President replied as follows : John But
terfield, President of the Overland Mail Com
pany—Sir : Your despatch has been received. 1
cordially congratulate you upon the result. It
is a glorious triumph for civilization and the
Union. Settlements will soon follow the course
of the road, and the East and the West will be
bound togllther by a chain of living Americans,
which can never be broken.
California Overland Hail
Sr. Louis, October 9.—The California over
land mail by the Southern route will reach hero
to-night, being twenty-four days out. The
dates are to the 16th, ton days later than v►a
A Great nedtelne for Featslee.
Hundreds of stimulants have been invented and
sold, purporting to bo speoitio in the various diseases
and derangements to which the delicate form of wo•
man render her subject. Tho result of all these
stimulants has been to impart momentary activity to
the nervous system, and false vigor to the muscles;
but this relief has been succeeded by a depression
and-prostration greater than before; and the repeat•
- ed attempts of invalids to build themselves ttp by
these fates remedies, have finally ended in destroying
what little vital organization was loft. Bat in using
" 13cerhave's Holland Bitters" you will find no such
disastrous results. It' is a prirely vegetable com
pound, prepared on strictly scientific principles, after
the manner of the celebrated Holland Professor,
Boerhave. Under its influence every nerve and mus
cle receives new strength and vigor, appetite and
sleep return, and, finally, perfect health. See adver
tisement in another column.
Caution !—Bo careful to ask fa Baritone's Holland
Bitters. Bold at $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5,
by the solo Proprietors, Benjamin Page, Jr, .t Co.,
N 0.27 Wood street, between First and Second Eitroets,
sad Drurests ocerally. .
4 STOCK FIXTURES AND LEASE
of a Brag Store in a good
CUTHBERT location In the city; for
mile by . ft BON,
51, Market street.
A. HORSE POWER, FODDER CUTTER,
end Corn end Cob Crnehor, will be, sold to close the
ot.s . , by (se29) !ABNEY IL COLLINS.
L A LIN ESTOCK St CO-, N. CO, c.,ruer of
aJd Furth streets, as will la seen by card in
today's paper, request 'tho attention of .the public gene
rally to their largo and w. 41 assatal stock of Drugs,
Paints, Oils, Patent Medicines, lc., all of Which they oiler
at prices nuttally kw, and on terms accommo!ating, guar
anteelug all they sell to give satisfaction. ocli
N .- U N A RNS If AL ,
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PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS,
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And Everytldn y Allen tuning to N« Drug Business
THOSE IN WANT OF PURE AND
genuine articles will do well to give us a call. Wo
guarantee to sell as low as can Lo bought ill tide or other
markets, and warrant everything t: isitction.
We are the sole prof rfolors aud only manufacturers ot
B. L. FAHNE3TOCK'S VEIOIIFUUE,
Tonic, Cathartic, and Anti-Dyspeptic
The beat cure for worms, either to obildren or adults, ever
offered hi the public, is undoubtedly the 'Vermifuge, pre
pared by ft L. Fahneatoz.k. Thirty years caperience In this
class of medicine has given a lure guarantee that this fa en
article every way worthy of confidence. As a cure fir
worms it claims to be unequalled, and as a merchantable
article it is prepared and Bold as D. L. Fahnestock's and no
other, as the proprietors do not wish to have it con f:unded
with any other article of Vermifnge a m in the market.
WILSON'S PILLS have had a mere local existence for
over twenty years, unsupported by a lvertising of any kind,
au I held at drublo the price cf w hat they are now sold st,
yet with all these dtsatlvantages, wherever used they have
in no instance failed to render the utmost satisfaction in
performing all the mquirements of a oaf/table/amity medi
cine, and as such are recommended by some of the most
worthy and responsible citizens of tho land.
Hear for in
stance what Col. Wm. Hopkins, of Washington, Pa., says:
WAKIINGTON, January 8, 1818.
Dr. R. A. Wilton, FiUsburgh. la.—l have been using
your Anti-Dyspeptic Pills, When occasion required, for many
years, and can truthfully say that I have never found any
medicine equal to themthe In relieving
e m r Li e
from affec ions of
the stomach and head ; y have nevd to relieve me
from headache, and have always left my system in better
condition than they found it. I must confidently commend
your pills as a safe and highly valuable medicine.
.Yours re pectfully. Wei HOPI!: INS.
Will am Eichbaum, Esq , City Treasurer, t aye :
PITISDOEIGH, febrnary 8,1865..
hlesse.s. - 11. L. Ps EiNSSTOCFS. &
Gentlemen:—ln ray opinion of the merits of Ur. R A
Wilson's Tonic, Cathartic and Anti• Dyspeptic Pills, I will
briefly state that for many years past they have been a
standing 'medicine In my farui•y. A box of these pills is
always left within the reach of any one who may [eel the
necessity of taking a dome, ttey one to three.
Whether it is owing to the efficacy of these Mita oc u.•t,, I
do not pretend to say; but I can lafely (smelt that since we
have used them, my family hal enjoyed uninterrupted good
health, and I cheerfully recommend them to all who duly
appreciate this inestimable blessing.
RY - EC - ON OMICAL PURCHASER OF
Dry Goods of every description will find it greatly
to their advantage to call and ur amine our stack baforn
I)IURE CATAWBA WINE.—I have this
day received a largo supply of Pore Catawba. Wine;
also a supply of Pure Ostswba Brandy. Those wishing
either of the above can always procure a genuine article at
J 38. PLENIINGT,
...Corner Diamond and Market street.
i. medicine prepared on an entire new princi
ple, from -a late and accurate analyois of the celebratixi
Seltzer Springs, in Germar.y, with such additions and itu
provemeuts as will be found materially to Increase Its
efficacy. This much esteemed and highly valuable prepare.
Lien will not fall to effectually remove Dyspepsia or Indi
gestion, Billions, Affection, Headache, Beartburn, Acidity
of the Stomach, Costiveness, Goat, Ilbeumetistn. Loss of
Appetite, Gravel, Nervous Debility, Nausea or Vomiting,
Affections of the Laver, Ac., Ac., ale. A large supply of this
excellent medicine just received by
ocll corner Diamond and Market street.
CITRATE MAGNESIA. — A fresh supply
of this valuable medicine in solution end in the dry
state, constantly on hand at JOSEPH PLXMINIPS,
-ner Diamond and Market street.
CONUISTIN6 O P
WIIOI,6 4 SALE
!' 1 bit 11 ti I! , ENN'A
PA T T MEDICINES,
DR. R. A. WILSON'S'
ocu _ Corner oC Wood and First strEete.
VIAY RUM -200 gallons for Bale by
B. A- BATINUToCK I CO ,
Corner Wood and First streets.
A MERICAN bblB. for Eat
- B A.FAIINESTOCK A CO.,
' CI- 1Y
(muand First etreetg,
60 bble. (Sluice Superfine ;
40 64 4 . Family Floor -
Just received and for We by JA S.A. FOTZEII,
°on Corner kot and Fire' area
NEW A 1 ' - it ." t .
DEMOCRATIC MEETINOS.—There Will
be a meeting of the Domrcracy to-n;glit, in the bor•
°ugh of Manchester, at John Wagner'e houae, nod one at
Pec•.'e bowie, la the Fourth Ward, Allegheny. Good Bomar
ere will be In-attendance at both meetings. Del3loCraCy
turn out, and hear the last epeechee of the ("U
l'G=c FIFTH WARD, villa PRECINOT.—The folloW•
ing ',Orions have -been appointed to act as Vigilance
Committee for the Hirst Precinct of tho f itth Ward :
Dr. Ahi, D rd'Guiro,
Jas. Tucker, 11. Thompson,
NA ni. D. Hamilton, B. Bishop
Samuel Cameron, Jea. Williams,
Jae. Lanahan, John Miller,
J. Seaman, John Roll),
.1. M'Clitcheon, Jno. Kearns,
C. Fink, Dr. Cornman,
H. P. Yo^st, E. Herd,
H. Pe'cel, K. Van Buren,
J. B. M'Dermott, J. Keller,
A. Welsh, F. Wilharm,
J. Heck, D. Lanahan,
J. Creigan, 11. Kinsley,
Wm. Littton, A. Hunter.
OD F*FTH WARD, SECOND PRECINCT.—The fol
lowing persons have been appointed as a l'iglance
Committee for the S'ecosid Precinct of the Fifth Ward :
Jno. Heldman, H. kl i Gee, '
D. Strain, 3. Shriver,
J. Frew, U. Horning,
J. A. Parkinson, B. Buorkle,
Wm. Wiliam, Rq., 1., r. DULICaI,
Neal O'Porinell, D. Elerwig.
J. kfCarty, J. M'Cormick,
John Lundy, Jas. Lang;
Y. Dun, J. G. Weldon,
J. Murphy, M. Rah°,
J. F. Sabita, ~p J. M. Taylor,
Chas. Felix, H Basha,
P. 0 elsheimer, 11. Shoenfelder.
BUTTER. -150 lbe. Rt,ll Butter just re
ceived and for sale by JAS. A. FETZER,
mill Corner Market and First street.
VLAX.-700 lbs. Flax for sale by
JAS A. FETZER,
Corn , r Wood and First street.
CARRIAGES. Having on hand at my
e tabliahmen t, In Allegheny tlity, at the present time,
the largest and most varied stock of
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, ETC.,
Of any shc p probably in the West, I have been induced to
store a portion in the large warehouse throe doors below
the Monongahela louse, Water street, Pittsburgh, where
citittens or strangers, desiring a good vehicle of almost any
workscri ia ption, can o accommodated n good terms. The
all of my own manufactu re, got up In the moat ar
tistic style, of the best materials 'selected in the Rastern
market with great care; two horse Carriages, single and
double seats; Rsckaways, Physiciana' Rockaway, Prince
Albert Buggies, Phaeton% Jenny Lind'JJH eta.
air Call and examine them
pOOTS AND SHOES..—Now, frs tge co
weather has set ln, you should not MI to ell at the
".Pe(ide's Cheap Shoe Store," Fifth street, near Market, and
get your winter supply.
Gents' Boots and Shoes, Boys' Soots and Shoes, Ladies'
Bootees, Low Shoes and Gaiters; Misses' and Childrens'
wear; all kinds of Shoes selling cheap.
eon DIFFBNBAOI.IIOI A CO.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral;
iloolland's German Bitters,
Little's White Oil
Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup.
For solo by B. L. F ARNNSTOCK & CO.,
oc9 No. SO, corner of Wood and Fourth streets
GU N SI
The best assortment of
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS
And Sportin CARaratus in the city, is at
TWRIGEIT & YOUNG'S,
No. SG Wood street.
/Air Stub and Tw;et Guns as low aq $lO. oc9
Fancy Vestinga, Bid° t andCaealmerea,
Drees Coalinga, Furnishing Goode,
In addition to our sploudid dlaplay of Ready bitade Cloth
ing, we hace a ruo t brill( int at,ortnient of piece goods for
tientleruena' and Boys' wear, which will be made up at the
shortest notice, anp after the latest etylea, at low prices.
ocg Corner Wood street and Diamond alley,
TRIES' 111011 BOOTS, CLOTH.-A 8U
parlor articlo t; 4 . cold ccehther.
DiFFE SBACHERSc CO ,
NEW GOODS. 1855. NEW GOODS.
AT ,1. BUSH'S, 6 '
Nu 65 .Ifarka St., Se and Dunr from Corner of fiburth.
THE UNDEP.SIONED WILL OPEN ON
Septemb•r 13th, We well selected Muck of
the latest styles In Dross and Cloak Trimmings, Bonnet
Ribbons, Flowers and Rushes, a i.ouiplete issortment of
Waists and Caps,
Shet'and Shawls sod Woolen
Cloaks fur Children, Hosiery, Moves, t 3 inntleta, Alexander
Tativeu's Rid Oloves, French Corsets, Shapes, Expansion
Skirts, and Bassets. (new styles) Shetluni Wool, Sephin
Wootsted, Perpen Paper, Patterns, Embroidered Slippers;
Putt rim for Embroideries drawn, and Embroideries worked
at short notice. Fancy lioad.Dressen made to order.
I thank the Ladies fur their kind patronage, dud hop ,
they will give me their eastern for the future, as I will al
ways du my twat to sell them the goods cheap. Ladies, cal
end examine the novelties at J. BUSH'S,
5315;3m 61 Market st., 2d door from Fourth.
A TLANTIC: MONTHLY,
RANK LESLIE'S MAGAZINE,
For rale by
(111.11,DRENS' MERINO SHIRTS AN
DRAWERS, In all sizes, at low prices, at
. : IFORNE'S. 77 Mark- t street
GAUNTLETS, GLOVES AND STOCK
ING3.—A complete assortment rvceived at
.c: RORNES, 77 Market street.
'UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAWERS fo
men, and a full line of furnistdeg articles, ju3
Lpened at BORNE'S,
• •• 77 Afirket street.
BONN ET RIBBON S.—A full assortment
from Auction for sale at low price!' by
EATON, CREE dr. CO.,
, 8 Corner Fifth and Market etreets.
TN ADDITION to our already large stock,
wu are almnat daily rpcoiviug novo tiesin Dress. Goods
Eihewle, Cloaks, &c. 0 HANdON
CHEESE.-300 W. R. Cutting Cheese jus
V received and for sale by
0 c ,4 lIP3NRY IL COLLINS.
01110 FIRE PROOF MINERAL PAINT
6 tons of different colors on band and for sale at
28 and 28 St. Clair street,
se= J. & H. PHILLIPS.
TIMOTHY SEED—Just reo'd and for sal
by (ocs) HENRY H. COLLINS.
IJURE PORT WINE, for medicinal .pur
poses, by the bottle or gallon, at
EIAWORTH A BROWNLEE'S,
eb I o the Diamond.
OH 10 TANNERY FOR SALE—Situate
in a thriving town in Morgan county, Ohio, 4 town
lots, good bub3tanial buildings, work shop, dwelling noose,
etc., bark and mill house 40 feet square, with stone base
ment; shop 22 by 52 foss, 34 vett, a variety of Snit trees,
grapes, etc. The above tannery, with bark, shop, tools etc.,
will be sold at a grew: bargain, as the owner intends going
West. For further particulars, apply at 51 Market street.
eel S. OUT HBER l' '4 SON, heal Estate Agents.
BBONS, RIBBONS—A choice assort
ment of Bonnet Ribbons, at extremely low prices.
Milliners and country buyers are Invited to call.
EATON, MEE lc CO.,
Corner Fifth and Market streets.
UR 100 barrels Superfine, Extra an
Extra Family Flonr, just received and for sale by
JAMES A. FETZER,
Corner Market and First streets
NOTIC.E.—The Co-Partnership of BA.CIA
LEY, 0080101 XE A 00. expirud by limitation, o
the.,lirst instant. The business will be a utinued by W
BAG ALEY, at 18 and 20 Wood street, who will settle up th
business of the late firm. GALEY,
Pittsburgh, July 22d,1808.—Jy2btf •
CAP OIL CLOTH.—On muslin, imitation
of silk, and silk. A few pieces on hand, for sale low
at 28 and 28 Olalr A:reat,
sal J. k H. PHILLIPS.
COOPERS WANTED-2 good Coop3rs
wanted to work on tight work. Inquire of
JAMES A. FETZER,
darner Market and Ironrih litri.ota.
BARLEY. -120 bus. Spring Barley, to ar
rive this day, and for sale by
JAMES A. FETZER,
.‘"0 Owner Market and First streets.
LINSEED OIL-6 bbls. for sale by
an'A HRNRY H. COLLINS.
C. HANSON LOVN,
74 Market street
BALLOWS MAC; AZINE,
Post Bulidinge, 41 Fifth etroeL
10 bbl 4. Lake Superior White Fish ;
20 half bbls. Lake Herring ;
10 " "
Fur sale cheap, to ctcee cons ign AMES A. by
.. ,41 • Coruof Market and First &treats,
WE %511. LL SELL from the present time un
commonly oheap FOII.OABII. Flew.° call and exam
'no oar stock. 0. HANSON LOU,
oct2o Formerly Love Ural, N 0.74 Market rt.
JAVA COFFEE.—Just received a lot of
strictly pnro Old Government Java Coffee. Also, La.
glum and Ein Coffee, at JAYNES' TEA Errop,E,
.6 as Fifth street.
SOAP POWDER.-50 boxes 'Soap Powder
of our owu manufacture, warranted superior to shy
offered fur sale tu thle market, on hand and for sale by
falB 80. & ff. BAVirl'Ell.
25 BB LS. superfine Flour just received and
for &de by JAB. A. FET7JOII,
Corner. Market and First in&
ANOT LtER supply of Low ez Son's el:Tories
Louden Tenet Bova received to-day, by
Jos. SIM:I' 110,
rein Corner Diamond and Market street:
ELIAMI PYING BOOKS—For 8010 by
tel 9 J. B. WELD.W.
lALCHANCE FOR ALL—Go to NO. 17
Fifth 'treat, and buy your shoes .frotaXlargo and
well selected stock. - o'
Ladies' Wear. CRAW° Wear.
French Morocco Roots, French Calf Bode,
Rip Congrees Boots, liip,Reots,
• ' 'Mar. " 0 ' Cpjf Gaiters,
LEV tang Gaiters, Zip Brog , e : lts,
Buskins And Slippers. 'Heavy
Remember, at the People's Bhoe Store.
ae2,5 DIFFENHAOHEII & CO,
C100F1111,5 WANTED.—Two or three mote
rV good Coopera wanted to work on
JAI tight woalla rk. Itrointre
c orner market mud zest Meets,
'.'..:•.,11 . ;:tt:..5.•.z . v , ' ,- :
I NEW A
Li - \ OUSE
fgaud lVizi:LN wi th ri'
E ci p n the de A m'o -D m iWetiLcSamen°'n, douse
wanted in Allegheny City. -Apply at the dace of the eittr,'
burgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad.. E4e23:tf
[Oa THIRD WARD, FIRST PRECINCT.—The
ing persons have been appointed to act as a Vigilance
Committee, for the First Precinct of the Third ward
Robert G. Brinker, W. B. McConlogne,
William J. Montgomery, John McKeown,
C. Flatowski, Martin Lytle,
John Flood, John Vogel,
James O'Connor, James Hagerty,
Henry Colwell, Michael Mcßride,
Ed. An.rents, Ed. Campbell,
A. hicTighe, Thomas B. Hamilton,
John H. Bailey, Jacob McCollister,
Maurice Brennan, Xavier Walz,
Fills. Laverty, Daniel Hagerty
John Coyle, John Cairns,
Henry Holwisch, Eli Young.
The above Committee are requested to be at the Polls, at
an early hoar, and remain there during theday. oc9
op THIRD WARD, SECOND PRECINCT.—The fol.
lowing persons have been appointed to act a 3 a Vigi.
lance Committee, for the Second Precinct of the Third ward:
Obalea W. Lewis, . . Will Black.
A. T. Hoyden, William Murray,
James Gildee2 Peter Dean,
John Lawler; William Baird,
William Tani, ' Hent7 Sproul,
Patrick Murphy, Dr. A: M. Pollock,
g„,11,. Vinton, _ . ' - , Robert Duncan,
M. O. Milligan, . Dr. L. - Oldshue,
Thonut- J. Fagan, Bernd. Lafferty,
Rd. McGarr, • John Coffey,
John 0. Dunn,J-. H. Philips,
John Magee, - . Thalami Pander,
John Baird, . James P. Barr,'
John Fender, JolimMenerty,
Joha Mullen, John Layton,
J. R. Bingeler, F. A:Bchochleiter,
Peter Brady, James Herdman,
Th. Umbstaetter, John Kelley,
John (Minn, Robert Lore)
William Mcßride, - Ed. McAfee,.
Thomas Coyle, Henry Long,
H. S. Kennedy, - -li'lennis Shannon,
Pearce Brennan, John Burke,
James Lindsay, P: licOasker,
James O'Donnell, - Frank Gormley,
Ed. Kelley, John O'Brien,
H. Abel, .• - . Thomal Magee,
John Dillon,. — - .6Andrew Hayden,
. - P.;
above Committee are reqested to t o at the Polls at an
early hour, and remain there daring the day. oc9
J. SANVNY PaILLIrs.. JOHN PRIMPS JOB. R. MIS
[Firm of J. & S. Phillips.]
DAVIS & PHILLIPS,
(Successors to Phillip' & Co.)
BRASS FOUNDERS AND FINISHERS,
PLUMI3IIRS, GAS AND STEAM. FITTERS.
CHANDELIERS, PENDENTS AND BRACKETS
STORE, NO. 07 WOOD STREET,
FOUNDRY AND SHOP, .NO 148 FIRST ST,
New York Fuir CompaikrAgency.
WE HAVE ACCEPTED THE AGENCY
of the New Ark Fur Company, and have on hand
a complete assortment of Buffalo and Fancy Robes, which
we will retail at low prices, and sell to the trade by the
bale at New York rates.
R. H. HARTLEY &
Wood street, Pittsburgh,
octlelwdaitw Saddle, Harness and Trunk Makers.
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED
STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY,
To GRA.FF CO., Manufacture irS.
For the beet Cookiog Range for families ;
" " Cooking Stove for coal :
it it ' for wood:-
Diploma far beat Lanlidrey. Also, on hand a large assort
ment of Heating Stovca Plain and 'Fancy (hate Fronts
Fenders, Sad and Dog Irons, Sugar Kettles, Tea Kettles
Wagon Dozes, Hollow Ware, etc. GULP? tr, CO.,
oc7:lydawz- , No. 124 Wood Arcot.
G I G,A R S ,
AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
40. 48 West Lombard Si., Baltimore, Md.
We invite the attention of the trade to oar largo and well
assorted stock of Gorman and Domestic Cigars. Our facili
ties for importing as well as the variety of our av sortment,
are unsurpasse by any houso in the States, while large con
tras a made by one of the firm during the dull times in Ger
many, enable no to hold out extra inducements to our
friends at twat. so'2B:ly
- 11 c. 17 Fifth strati
JACOB 'McCOVLIST ER
DEALER IN FINE CIGARS & TOBACCO
The stock of Chewing. Tobacco and the variety and quail
y of Cigars at this old established stand will ba found aqua
❑quality to any to be had iu the city, tin2B
LI AMLIEt, GRAY,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
NO. 62 ST. CLAIR STREET,
Invites public attention to his new and beautiful assort•
moot of Fall goods, consisting of Cloths, Clusimeres, Vest,
lags and Coatiogs of every variety and style, made up with
promptness and despatch, and at rates as low as at any
similar establishment in the city. oc7timd
ACADEMY OF PAINTING AND
pu'llic are int - en:nod that a Batumi for the
above branches will be °penal on and after the 4.th of Oc•
tobor, at No. 21, Fifth atreet, for those who may 13.3 de-
Attalla of obtaining a practical course of instruction. There
will also be taught the nse of tha French Crayon, tinting
with India Ink and Sepia; also a new style of painting in .
Oil and Wat:r colors, by which the pupil to enabled to anc-:
coal minis rapidly than by other methods. The merits of
Ibis style of minting and drawing have been long and enc.
cosssfully tooted to my classes. ' Raving in my posaeselon a
taro and finely eeleated collection of origins's for every
branch, I invite ladies, and those who may have in view a
course of lessons to call at my efildio, No. 21 Fifth street.
cc2:2w , T. N. OLOOGRit.
HANDS WANTED.—A Oap 'Maker, and
Girls that understand Cap Making and Bowing Fars,
wanted. Apply at 00 Wood strest, where work can be fit;
taincd, at good prices. A. DONNELITE,
oc7:4t 96 Wood street.
8250 ti WILL buy a good dwelling
house of eight roams, well of good water,
300 young fruit trees, of best selections, seine prime
meadow land, 15 acres of laud, all in good order, and situate
at one mile fr.= M'Keesport, and one-quarter mile from
Crooked Run Railroad Station. Terms; One tnird in hand,
remainder at one and two years.
8. CUTHBERT & SON,
Si. Market street.
TIIREE STORY WAREROCSE 0
Smithfield street, for rent. ply to
B. OIITIISERT ;it 80N,
61 Market street
200 boxes Mara Scaled;
800 " . No. I—for sale by
mama aANDERSO str N,
• Nix 89 Weed eet,
oc7 Opposite the St. Charles Rote
600 whole cane "Cori & Merlin ;
600 half " "
000 third "
10 bastets quarts pare;
20 boxes pint 4
Just received and for sale by
REindER & ANDERSON,
No. SO Wood street,
oc7 • Opposite the St Charles 110
L T "F
r '4 •i
(~~ s '. ' 4 £'~.
A. & F.• MA•RBURG
linpoi tors and fdanufacttuvu of
No. '25 Filth Street,
.4 " For sate by
REYMER & ANDERSON,
No. 89 Wood street,
Opposite the St. Charles Hotel
CCOOKING}PRUNES.-5 casks " Turkish;
Just received and for sale by
RHEIMS. dr ANDERSON,
No. 39 Wood street.
COCOA NIITS.-5000 Fresh " Baracoa;'
Just received and for sale by
REY&IER Oz'ANDEITSON, :
ocB No. 39 Wood street, opposite St. Chories Hotel.
VENT ARRIVAL OF THIS YEAR'S
OROP.-60 boxes IS. R. Raisins. •
100 quarter boxes IL R. Raisins.
Just received this day by •
REVISER. & ANDERSON,
oc7 N 0.39 Wood street, opposite St. Olearlea Dotal.
CU RR &NTS.-1O casks Zante just receive
N..) this day by ItEYILEB. k kIiDEIIBON,
oc7 N 0.39 Wood stmt.
JOHN T. 4,00 AN
LO G A N. ..& Oa ,
IMPOILTIDA AND DILLE:BA IN
52 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA.
A full and complete assortment of all descriptions of
Hardware, both at Wholesale and Retail, can be had at prices
satisfactory to the purchaser at the above establishment ;
Mole of every description, in large varieties; Merchants,
Mechanics, and Farmers are all invited to call. [se2B:2m
A. H. C. BROCICRN,
No. 22 Cliff Street, New York,
GLASS SYRINGES, ROAICEOPATELIO
VIALS, GRADUATED MEASURES,
NURSING BOTTLES, ETC.
Glue Ware for Chemists, Druggists, Perfumers, Photo
graphers, eto. Green Glom Ware by the package. A liber
al discount made to the trade. Orders from.Ounntry Drag
gists and Dealers solicited. Price Lists , sant on applica
tion. _ vaelro
GENTLEMEN'S BATS FOR AUTUMN,
In preparing the Hats of the present ham ' none but the
most tiniehed workmen have boen employed, and Glot de hing
but the best end choicest materials used. Every enavor
has been made to combine Elegance of Perm, with Fituesa,
and Beauty of Design with utility. The underalped, there
fore, confidently submits theme elegant Autam n Hata to the
inspection of gentlemen, and hopefully awaits their liberal
patronage. W. B. WABBILEITON,
No. 430 Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
AA. EATHER, RIDES AND OIL.--The sub
scriber wonid solicit the Munition of merchants and
the city, to tie present extensive stock of
strangers visiting Tanners' and faarrlera" Tools; Teri- .
Leather, Shoe Findings,
on, tc., &c, which he offers to the trade at the, lowest
market prices. Be solicits uu eXatsdiaditai of his s t oo k,
21rLfberty Street. .
se27 ' Pittsburgh, Pa.
p ATENT GIIN CANE.--.
- The neatest weapon
to nee, easily loaded, always ready for immediate service,
and in appearance clearly resembling a line gala perdu:
cane.. They weigh but twenty ounces, about the weight of
a good hickory eano, and are not liable to got out of order.
gir ebntlemert are invited to examine them at • ,
340ligN tt TETLBY/3, _
oc9 N 0.134 Wood street.
SAFETY I N SURAN 601kIPA2‘
INCORPORATED BY THE LEOULATUP.E OP J
OFFICE, .1. r- CORNER TELIAD AND WALLki
PH I LADELIYHIA.
ON VESSELS.) F
CATIGO, To all parts of the world.
On Goods, by River, Canals, Lahes, and Laud carriages
all parts of the Union.
On Merchandise generally.
On Stores, Dwelling Hawes, Itc.
ASSETS OF TEE COMPANY.
November ill, 18f1.
Bonds, Mortgages , and Beal , Xstate . .0101,350 s•
Philadelphia City, and other Leans 137,011 ii
Stock in Banks, llailroadsmidDisnrancel. 12,5 00
, Companies - - t
Bills Receivable 4 5120,291 WA
Caali on hand 38.951 641
Balance in hands of Agents, trap:aims
on Marine Policies recentVistmed,ou 92,130 6
other debts due tho Company.... .....
Subscription Notes 100000 06
\i James 0. Hand, -
I Theophibas Paulding,
1 James Traqueix,
William Eyre, Jr.,
J. E. P eniston, -
) Joshua P. Eyro,
Ir Samuel li. Stokes,
I- Henry Sloan, :.
. James B. bloParlanti,,
Thomas 0. band,
Robert Burton, Jr.,
John B. Seraph 3, Pittnairei
D. T. 151( _gait, ,'
J. T. Logan, 4,
^ Whi. hiAETI.N, PresNo lii,
i i dent.
Joseph H. Beal,
Edmund A. Bonder,
John 0. Davie,
John R. Penrose,
George G. Leiper,
Dr. R. M. Hinton
William 0. Ludwig,
ft. Jone 3 Brooks,
Jacob P. Jone;
TEIOB. 0. ULED, Vice Preal
WARY LT1.813142, Boors`
THE GRE4T WESTE,RN
biro and Mirth. Inssurance Co„
Office in Company's littilding, No. 408 Walnut,
Corner of I Fourth Sired.
AuTlicarzym OAPITAL. qq $ 600,000
Capital paid in 4 52`12,800 00'
Supine, Jaunty let, 1858_ , 66,277 06
FIRE 1138111111 NOE—Limited or Perpetual.
MAW:NE INBIIRANCEion Vessels, Cargo and Freights.
INLAND INSURANCEII by P4vers, Climate; Lakes and
Charles 0. Lathrop, 1428 Walnut street.
William Darling,l6lo Pine street.
Alexander Whillden, Merchant, IS North Front.
Isaac Harlehurst, Attorhey 'and Counsellor.
John 0. Hunter, firm of Wright, Hunter g Co.
D. Tracy, firm of Tracy, & Co., Goldsmith's Hall.
John R. McCurdy, firm of Jones, White & McCurdy
Thomas L. Gillespie, firni of Gillespie A Zeller.
James B. Smith, firm of James B. Smith Ac Co.
Hon. Henry hl. 227 South Third street.
John 0. Vogdes, office Corner of Seventh and Sansom.
James Weight, late Cobbler Bank of 'flogs.
Alfred Talor office Otiiim..,City Property.
Jona J. Slocum, office 228 Booth Third street.
0. O. LATHROP, President.
W. DARLING, Vice President
LSWIS 4 : 1 / L2(1°vi ` Y, t.Branch Office, 8 Wallet., N. L.
Second Vice Pres%)
JAMES WRIGHT, Secretary and Treasurer.
H. K. RICHARDSON, Assistant Secretary.
It. W. POINDEXTER, Agent.
j 07 Water street, Pittsburgh
diLhISS A. ERITOHIPCN, President,
'IIIINILY M. ATWOOD, Secretary.
OFFION-4No. 98 iffa.ter Strasti
WILL INSURE ADAINST ALL KINDS JJt MIIIB
ASSETS—MAY 20214 1868.
Stock, Bine Bills, payable on demand, secured by two
approved nruneza $140,000 00
Premium Notes • 47,003 29
Bills Receivable ' 9,060 21
116 shares Mechatdcs' Bank stock, cost 0,105 00
60 do Bank or Pittsburgh do do* 2,150 00
40 do Exchange Bank do do 2,050 00
190 do Citizens' Bank - do do -••• • 6,175 00
Balance of Book Accounts 8,050 80
Office Furniture..! 690.88
Cash 15,858 78
t h DritICIOUS:
Janes A. Unto icon. 0 eorge A. Derry,
Win. D. Rol mgis, Hobart Dazell,
William Rea, / Thomas B. Chu he,
Wilson hlllieri John M'Dovitt,
my= g Win. A. Caldwell.
Pennsylvania Insurance Company
....No. 63 /Polar ft,h 31,1r4161.
I 3 " 1 . 040312 1 i
JacotiPilinter, J. P. Taber, Goo. V. - Bniith,
[Cody Pattortion, i O. A. Colton. A. J. Jones,
W. B. Roßride Jas. H. Hapttine, u litunpfun.
L Grier A. A. Oarrfur, Bob o trick,
A. 0. SAmpsou, 4 J. H. Jorit,a, Julia
Henry Sproul, Vooglitly,
Chartered capital 9300,000
JIBE AND AIMING RISKS "i!AiiiilN, of all dxecrtptiona
0 711 /I aS:
Preitbiont-r.-A. A. OABRIBB.
'' Vico Proidont—BODY PAPEr:IO.3OI.I. -
Secretary and Trenaurer-_-1. U IV, B.
TTSII lI NCE
WILLIAM DAGALEY, President.
SAMUEL L. MAUI:CELL, Secretary.
OFFICE: 04 Water street, between 21.4rIcet and Wuxi :greets
zip Inanrea BULL AND CARA° RUED, on the Ohio
Ind MissisaipplAtivere and tribntarice.
Inenree against Loss or Damage by FIRE.
Alm, spinet the Perils of the San and Inland Navigation
James M. Cooper,
James Park, Jr.,
laaao M. Pennock,
Capt. Samuel 0. Young,
PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE
INSURANCE CO MPANY,
it, 14.9 Chesnut. Street, •
OppDsite the OtilitOM Honed.
WILL MAKE ALL KINDS OF ,INSII
BAI4OII, either Perpetual or Limited, on every
description of Property or Merchandise 4 at reasonable rates
' 1 BOBRItT P. ICING, President. .
M. W. BALDWIN, Vice President.
Charlee llayen, B. B. Cope,
E. B. English, George W. Brown, .
P. B. Savory, , Joseph H. Paul,
C. Sherman, John Clayton,
B. J. liagurgee, Id. WilOr.
Y. litalatuustut, Secretary.
J. C. COP IN, Agent,
• S 1 . Corner Third and Wood streets.
A. A. cARitiER a BRO.,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY.
Capttal Represented, 133,000,tw0.
GOMPANIE I I , OB HIGH= STANDING, Ottaisfted by
Pennsylvania and other Stator.
111114, INP., AND MPH -RIMS TAKEN, OP ALL
Nei 63 YOUILTII STIVEZT,
L. L. cartini4l • PTITEIBORGH Pa.
. 8. CAZETZII fdetlO-lyl
T HE :OLDEST AND LARGEST
LITHOGHAPIIIO EHTAMLIBHMENT IN THE CITY.
Corner Third and Market Streets,
DIJV6'2 COLLEGE 131.1ILDINUP.,
TERRA COTTA OR STONE
From two to six inch calibre.
PERMS from 12 to 30 Cents per Foot.
For SoloWhol•solo at IGanulatAlarors
WlENialir U. COLLINS,
AM) VI/AMAMI DLit= of
Guardisita, BUTTER, BF.N.DE, FISH,
AND PRODUCE GENERALLY.
tio,l 20 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH. 0014
ISIANIIVAOTWiIIft 01/ -
Cologne . Spirits and Fusel Oil,
Nce, 167 and 170 Second Street,
IDREDIIII3I HOLLAND GIN 'BITTERS,
IMPORTBD BY P. FELIX b SON, 466 PENN ST.,
P}ITSBURPH,PA.--We respectfully call the attention of
the Putilo to the above debrated Bittern, for -which the
Medical of Holland has commissioned us to act =
Bole Agep for the Untied States and Canada& .
This article le prepared by some of the most scientific men
Of Holland, and is the moat preferable Bitters now in use.
Wherever the Holland Gin Bittern has been introduced, in;
sale has brt unprecedented.
Personstrishiug to try the article, can have a sample,
with circolor, sent gratin by mail, by addressing
V. PELTS R lON. Pirtsbunrit. Pa.
'VIE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO FORM
a Cio;Partnerehitt, with some gcxxl business Snap to
mild° in or about ,Pitteleargh, with a cash capital, say, of
VO® or ore, for the 'parohaso and gala of land in the
North-western counties of this Stow.
__With Use adiantagee
.buidnele, which thy tfabiCrther now
000i501edffextoWitopoirrilichurraniceal t. artn Eig er, , bo s o o aldl .
ii ildu tti to etr brin ee : a profit_
—J. L. MUM.
Reg113134"81,14 WankUzle Pa,
• - , • - 7,a
2. A. MADIIIP.A, Agent,
96 Water 'street. Pittabwigh
Capt. Mark Sterling,
B.anniel M. Kier,
John 8. Dilworth,
William B. Hays.
• Walter Bryant,
h, -_ . - _ .