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7AMEB P. BARE, Editor and Proprietor:
TUESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 12, 1858
DEMOCRATIC STATE NOMINATIONS
FOB Bt PECEILL JIIDGB,
WILLIAM A .PO RTER,
FOR OAX JI. coinssioNsa,
OP FAA O3IINTY
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET
,C03(1117.55, XIIST DISTRICT
ANDREW BURKE, tats•
JOHN BIRMINGHAM, Ohio.
SAMUEL LinILBE, Birmingham
THOMAS DONNELLY, CoGint,
PHILIP IL SPINHICEON, Moon,
JOHN Hl. IBWIN, City,
ROBERT MORROW, Ron.
AUGUSTUS HARTJE, Allegheny
BARNES FORD, Upper ER. Clair
0 - AT VT ANDER MACS, wickley
TROILAII FARLEY, Allegheny
JOHN =RE AY, South tlttsburgh,
DISZCIOR OF THE POOR
JOHN BOYLE, Indiana.
See First Page.
In casting your votes to-day, be true to your•
selves and to your party organization.
Vote for the Democratic ticket—the whole
Democratic ticket, and nothing but the Demo
Remember, that all the great patriotic meas.
urea which have caused the nation to prosper,
have been initiated and consummated by the
Remember that the Democratic party is the
only National party of the country.
Remember that your own lobal interests will
be most safely and properly cared for if placed
in Democratic hands.
Remember, that the nominees whom the
Democratic Fatty have presented for your
suffrages are upright, honest, honorable,
consistent men, while the ticket of your op
ponents is composed of Know Nothings, Ab
olitionists and renegades of every hue.
Democrats of-the Twenty.second District,
remember that an attempt has been made to
cheat You into voting for Thomas Williams,
an acknowledged opponent of all your print
ciples and all your men—a Black Republican
who has always publicly reviled you—a Na,
tive American who thinks no adopted citizen.
should ever 'hold an office of trust and profit
in this government—who would keep every
foreigner twenty one years without a vote—
a man who will vote for these and kindred
measures if he ever gets to Congress a
demagogue who asks your votes as the friend
of the working man, while he says he " can
smell a mechanic across the street "—who
- styles four children "the scrapings of the
gutter"—who prefers penitentiary labor to
honest industry—who has filled his pockets
with railroad fees and travelled free on rail,
road passes, and now comes—a living false
pretence- 7 -and -- -4isks you to vote for him.
Remember that John Birmingham has al
ways-been your friend, and has spent a life
time of devotion to the great interests of the
Democratic party—remember that there is
no other Democrat running for Congress in
your District but he—remember that the
President Senator Bigler, the Postmaster
General, Judge Black, and all the great men
of your party desire your undivided vote for
the Deinocratic candidate for Congress
Remember that Thomas Williams seeks but
his own aggrandizement and three thousand
dollars a year. He cares neither for you nor
your interests. He "stands where he has
ever stood "—the hater and reviler of Demor ,
cratic men and Democratic measures.
Democrats, one and all, let there be no fel , .
tering tooday. Let no one vote for a Black
Republican ; let 'no one stay away from the
Klls, or decline to vote for a single Demor ,
The public voice is with us and with our
ticket: Let every Democrat do his duty, and
we shall. elect every man upon that ticket.
DEMOCRATS, born on a foreign soil, who have
made this the country of your adoption, do
not be deceived by the specious representa
tions that Thomas Williams is your friend.
He is no such thing. He was one of the first
men in Allegheny county to array himself
against you an your privileges. He will
vote to keep you from over holding office and
to keep you twenty.,one years without voting
if he ever gets to Congress. It is in Congress
that all matters relating to naturalization
must be determined. It is folly to send a
manlike Williams there. Congress can have
nothing to do with county taxes or railroad
bonds. The bold attempt to cheat you out of
your votes should be frowned down by every
true Democrat. Vote for John Birmingham.
llu is your man—ho has ever stood by your
rights out of Congress, and he is the safest
and be man to defend them in it. If you
vote for Williams, you vote for a man who is
hound 'to do every thing in his power to dis
franchitse you. No German or Irishman, who
Tespecti himself and his fellow countrymen,
can vote, for Williams the Know Nothing.
IN the days when the black flag of Anti-
Masonry Waved over: Allegheny county,
Thomas Williams was one of the most no
torious leaders of that - bigotted faction. In
deed, he has
. always been an advocate of
every narrow-minded doctrine which mis
guided opposition to the generous views of
the Democratic party has brought forth. He
is an Anti-Mason, a Native American, an Ab
olitionist, a Black Republican, and a bitter
hater of everything Democratic, Capt. Birm
ingham, compared with Williams, is as Hy
perion to a Satyr. Every real Democrat will
vote for Birmingham.
LET the Vigilance Committees of the sev
eral Districts see to it that every Democratic
voter goes to the polls to-day. ISl.any an
election has 'been lost through apathy. Let
every democratic voter deposit his ballot tok.
To•DAY every Democrat should vote as a
Democrat, for his•party organization, and to
sustain the principles he professes. Let no
Democrat be persuaded to vote for a single
Black Republican. Stick to the Democratic
DEMOCRATS of the Twenty. Second District,
Neither M'Knight nor Williams are entitled
to a single vote at your hands today, It is
in your power to elect John Birmingham,
your Own candidate,,if you will. Do it I
WE publish below tho result of the election
n 1856 in the several districts of this county,
or purposes of comparison
Pat h trgh.
First Ward ...... .............
Seventh Ward.. ...........
Ninth Ward ......
Lawrenceville-- ....... ......
Peebles, first precinct
Upper St Clair -.--
Lower St. C1air......
Nc rth Fayette...-....
Ritchie'a majority over hlcOaudloia, (Dew
Lii EtTli LOTS
Manche ter ........... ......
Fast Deer .
Vote of Paulo( county
l'ary'!inco's majority Gros Gibron,
The dolantle Cable.
The statement made by Mr. Varley, the
electrician of the Atlantic Telegraph Compam
pany, is not calculated to raise any great de"
gree of hope in the minds of the stockhol.
ders of the company or of the public that the
cable will ever be good for much. He finds
" a fault of great magnitude, at a distance
between 245 and 300 statute miles from Va
lentia," and possibly in water of 410 fathoms
in depth. There was a fault in the cable be
fore it submerged, at a distance of 580 miles
from ono end and 640 from the other, which
he thinks is the One which had caused such
alarm when the ships were 500 miles from
Ireland, and when the signals ceased altogeth
er and never certainly recovered. The cable
is yet umbroken ; and it is not improbable
that the powerful currents from the largo in•
duction coils have impaired the insulation,
and that had more moderate power been used
the cable would still have been capable of
transmitting messages. The power used, he
thinks, will shortly eat away the exposed cop.
per wire in the faulty place by electrolytic
decomposition. The size of the present con
ducting strand is too small to have worked
satisfactorily even had the insulation ;been
sound. With a strand of larger dimensions
less currents would be required, and both
speed and certainty increased. This seems
very like giving up the possibility of any
further speech through the cable. The com
pany have lost their money, and their experi
ence only to balance their loss.
Alm Julia Dean Rayne.
The celebrated play of " Camille" was giv
en at Foster's Theatre last evening, Mrs.
Hayne assuming the part of the much abused
heroine. The author of the French play
from which it is translated has unfortunately
laid the scene in an atmosphere tainted with
pruriency, but its tendency is highly moral
from the first to the last, and the unfortunate
victim of an almost involuntarLerror expiates
by her life her departure froielhe paths of
virtue. Mrs. Hayne's conception of the char
acter is a delicate and feeling one, evincing
no little study and deep reflection in her as
sumption of the part. The scene with "
mand's " father, in the third act, was most
exquisitely rendered, and drew largely on the
tears of her sympathising audience. Her
death scene was painfully true to nature, and
at the close she was enthusiastically called
for by the house.
This evening the play of " Evadne " will
be performed, being the last night, but one,
of Mrs. Hayne's second and last engagement.
Another Railroad Convention
It is proposed to hold a-general convention
of managers of western railroads in the city
of Buffalo, on the 13th inst. We understand
that the purpose of the convention will be an
endorsement of the principal features of the
St. Nicholas agreement, and the adoption by
the western connections of a general policy
to conform therewith.
A letter from a brominent Banking firm at
Washington, under data of September 27,
states that the market was overstocked with
land marrants, and that no offers were made
for them. The quotations were nominal and
unreliable at 75 cents for 120 acres, and 85
cents for 160 and 80 acres.
The Missing /Eroskaut
A Chicago paper publishes a " calculation"
concerning Thurston's (the eronaut) fall.—
His elevation was thought to be three miles
when he was last seen, and assuming this to
be .the distance he fell, it would only require
thirty-one and a half seconds for him to reach
the earth, a mean velocity of 495 feet per
seeond. Assuming his._ weight to be 160
pounds, he would strike the earth with a mo
mentum equal . to 160,800 pounds, or a little
more than 80 tons—a power sufficient to scat
ter his body, bone and muscle, into atoms so
minute as scarcely to be perceptible, if not
to bury him deep into the earth,
A Batik of Gold.
There is a project on foot, in New York, to es- -
tahlieh a bullion bank, which shall use nothing
but coin in its transactions. It meets pith the
cordial approval of many prominent men, among
whom are Martin Van Buren, Robert J. Walker,
John A. Dix, and John J. Cisco. The capital is
to be $1,000,000, and the revenues are to be de
rived from loaning this sum, and charging a very
small commission, from the two•hundredth to
the one-tenth of one per cent. on the sums des
posited with tho bank, which will always be pay
THOMAS WILLIAMS ON FOREIGNERS,
" NO FOREIGNER SHOULD BE ALLOW
ED TO VOTE UNTIL HE WOULD BE
IN THE COUNTRY TWENTLDNE
YEARS, AND BE DEPRIVED OF HOLD.
Now,foreign-born citizens, read the record
here presented, and we ask you to contrast it
with the noble and manly sen invents of a
Democratic Statesman--Col. Benton.
After such a vile declaration, what are you
to expect from so narrow and corrupt a poli •
tician'as Williams. Place him in power, and
he will carry oat his native principles.
DEMOCRATS: THEN WILL YOU VOTE
FOR A MAN WHO HAS ALWAYS OPPOSED
YOU IN YOUR LIBERAL AND PATRIOTIC
REGARDS OF THE POOR AND OPPRESS
ED OF EVERY LAND.
AGAIN, WE SAY MARK THE
In August, 1844, an American Associati.m
was formed in this county, which adopted a
declaration of principles and a constitution of
sixteen articles. We extract two, which re'
ter directly to the principles of the Associa
tion, from the columns of the Pittsburgh Ga.
zetle, 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 for na.
turalization of all foreignors, ought to be
EXTENDED TO TWENTYrONE YEARS * and
that the proceedings necessary to obtain core
tifieate of naturalization, ought to be so orN
dered by law as to prevent fraud and corr u p-
Art. 3, That we do not propose by legisla ,
Lion to divest foreigners of any rights already
acquired under existing laws, but that in our
opinion, the rights of citizenship to be ex.
tended hereafter, ought to be 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.
THOMAS WILLIAMS, A.W. Marks, Thom
as McConnell, R. W. Middleton, and A lex.
er both, 16F9
Thomas Williams makes it his boast that
in politios "he stands where he has ever
you can not vote for Thomas Williams, the
Know Nothing. There is his record.
READ the opinion of the great Democratic
statesman, COL. BENTON ; his manly, noble,
liberal sentiments differ from the bigot and
intolerant spirit of Native WILLI ANIS. The
contrast is as great as an American man-of
war ship is to a fiat 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 dei3cendants of emigrants, who have
erected in this new land an altar to liberty,
with its top as high as the heavens, and its
base as broad as a continent—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 be will be bailed 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 thelight of civilization has
not penetrated. He comes to kindle the fires
of liberty on hill tope and in valleys, as yet
but indistinctly known. Ha ;comes to, con
vert those heathens roaming over those vast
plains which stretch to the Pacific ocean—to
east 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 one, let him come, and
may an ever ruling Providence protect him
on his way, and crown his efforts with stio
cess. The panoply of our law is over him,
and its Legis 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 such a man as
Col. Benton would speak thus of foreigners,
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 forever deprive
you 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
mingham. the disciple of Benton. Do this,
and you will prosper.
We have frequently remarked that all the
great men of our party regard with pain and
disgust the course which has • been pureued in
endeavoring to make over the Domoaracy
the Twenty•second District to the Black ReA
publicans for the sake of a local issue.
One of the most distinguished Democrats of
Pennsylvania, high in
• position at Washing.
ton, writes us, in a private letter, as follows:
" I have no opinions to oonoeal. lam against
the idea of repudiation in any and every phase
in which it may be presented, and were I in the
district I should take a most decided part for
Capt. Birmingham, against Mr. Williams and
Mr. M'Knight. I can hardly imagine that the
Demeorats of Butler will vote against Ur. Bin
mingham, and I should be glad to aid him had I
the power to do so."
This is the opinion of every leading Demo
crat in the State. The taint of •favoring re,
pudiation must not be suffered to attach to
the Democratic party.
The great suit of Bates against the Illinois
Central Railroad Company for the possession of
the valuable depot grounds of that company has
been decided in favor of the company. The
case was tried in the 11. S. Circuit Court, before
Hon. John INLane, and, it is said; the proPerty
involved, with the eitensive and costly buildings
thereon, was worth $2,000,000. The case is
thus stated by a correspondent :
" The claim of Bates was founded, under a
title obtained from Kinzie to the lands, which
land was, by the notion of, tha lake, inundated
in coksequence of the United States'government
building a pier into the lake for harbor purposes.
The government, after having sold it to KinZini
and received pay therefor; sold it again to the
Central Company at $45,000. The company
claim that Kinzie's entry of the land at the
Palestine office in 1831 was void, because Con ,
gress had passed a law, before the entry was
made, removing the place of selling to another
district, and that, although a patent was subse
quently issued to Kinzie, and the irregularity
was provided for by special act of Congress,
still, the original . entry being void, that the act
cannot be legalized."
AN OPINION OF WEIGHT.
The Great Illinois Suit.
THE LATEST NEWS"
Latest from Europe—Arrival of the
' City of Baltimore.
ST. Jomis, October 11.—The steamer City of
Baltimore, with Liverpool dates to the 29th,
passed off Cape 11.3.ce on Friday. Her news
hags were obtained by the yacht of the U. B.
Associated Press. She has a largo cargo and
The Gwalior rebels were defeated on the 17th
of August, and 700 were killed. The British
loss is trifling. Fort Procure, after thirty hours
shelling, surrendered to Gen. Napier. Five hun
dred of the police defeated four thousand rebels.
Three Bengal regiments had been armed.
Controversy between Whitehouse and the di.
reulore of the Atlantic Telegraph Co. continued
in the papers.
The ports of Havre, Dunkirk, Dieppe, Calais
and Bologne, in France, are to be put in a state
Tho King of "Prussia is not to abdicate, but
the Prince of Prussia is to I); regent until the
physical and menial h, it ~f the King is re
t ,• Preece say. 3 it Li tit ceatempla
1.1,,a to unite with Amer:ea 11 a telegraph via
the ltueeian Possessions.
Arrival. at St. Louts, of the Virst Over
land California nail.
Sr. Louis, Oct. 11.—The overland California
mail arrived at nine o'olock last night, bringing
dates to the 16th ultimo, ten days later than the
previous advices via Panama. A largo number
of prominent citizens assembled at the Pacific
Railroad depot on the arrival of the train from
Jefferson city. Col. Butterfield was greeted with
a hearty welcome, and formally received in a
brief but highly complimentary speech by John
F. Darby, on behalf of the eitizms. Col. But
terfield responded in an appropriate manner, re
turning thanks for the unexpected demonstratiog,
and cordial' approval of his labors by the citi
zens of St. Louis. The mails were escorted to
the post Aloe by a long procession, with bands
The Alta Californian, of the 14th ult , pre
pared expressly for the overland mail, furnishes
the following :
The news from Frazer River was unimportant.
The water is still too high for successful min
Trade at Victoria was much depressed.
Dates from Oregon to the Bth state that Major
Marnett has had a skirmish with the Indians on
the Okanagan. Lieutenant Allen and six Indians
A party of miners, under Maj. Robinson, had
been attacked by Indians on the Wenatoohe, and
ono white man was killed.
`Rumor obtained credit at Dallas, that lleueral
Palmer's party had been massacred near Okan-
Good diggings had boon found on the Wen
The Santa. Fe mail had also arrived.
The Navajo Indians f,till refused to surrender
the murderer of Major Brnoks' servant.
On the 29th of Aufmst a fight oeourred her+
tween a small detachment of troops under Major
M'Lean and a party of Indians at Bear Springs.
M'Lean was severely wounded, and six or eight
Navajos were killed.
Col. Loring's command was expected at Fort
Union in a few days. General Garland, Major
Nichols and Captain Easton bad loft for the
U. S. Mint
The amount of gold bullion deposited at
the Philadelphia Mint during the month of
Septembei last, was $89,470 ; silver bullion
$713,354, including $36,783,90 Spanish and
Mexican fractions of a dollar received in ex
change for new cents old style copper coins
received in exchange for new cents 53,759 ;
total deposits $807,574. The coinage execu
ted during the same month was as follows :
Gold 5'.229,2211—5141,740 in double eagles,
$26,980 in half eagles, $18,300 in quarter eas
glee, $4.1,200 in dollars silver, $326,000
$121,000 in half dollars. 159,000 in quarter
dollars, and $16,000 in half dimes ; copper,
(cents,) 521,000 ; total coinage $576,520, com
prising:;.-t . 2.0,003 pieces.
—Judge Douglas has just made an uncondi
tional tranbfer to the Trustees of the Chicago
UniNeraity, of ail the property 4pon which the
University 16 lonatthi, vaivnig all contingencies
of the original 4ontraet, and giving a clear title.
--Eliza Logan, Cbanfrau and Strakosch's
opera company Shiall at Boston,
=The receipts et the Illinois Central. Rails
road for September will he about $215,000. The
sash land receipts of the eame company, about
—The American chess ohampion, Morphy,
has so far gained a great advantage over his
present competitor, Harwitz, In the game now
progressing, inasmuch an he has won four out of
—A. Keene Richards, of aeorgetown, Ky.,
hae determined to purchase the celebrated Eu
glieh raoo horse, Fisherman, and bring him to
t,his country. The price to be paid fur him is
—The principal hotels at. NaratoL feet week.
It. is estimated that the congress, Uuion and
Mates, have each realized a net profit of $2.1i,-
—The Davenport Gazette states that an injunc
tion has been issued by Judge Lowe, restraining
the Rook Island Bridge Company from making
such repairs as are very much needed, and the
neglect of which may be the cause of soricus
—Sugar and Molas3.eB, or the new orop, is be
ginning to be brought rapidly into the market of
New Orleans, La.
—The New York, Times states that the work
.men employed in cutting up the cable, in the
machine shop, in the Brooklyn Navy Yard,
found a break, a short time since, itt_the com
municating copper wire about three-eighths of
an inch long, through which the saw passed in
the solid gutts, perch°, showing that the discon
,must have occurred during the process
of manufacture, and therefore leading to the
very great probability that other similar lesions
may have occurred in other parts of the cable.
A Groat Frio&One For FON:miles.
Hundreds of stimulants have boon inreated and
sold, purporting to be spadfic in the various diseases
and derangements to which the delicate form of wo
man render 4ar subject. The result of all these
stimulants has been to iqpart momentary activity to
the nervous system, and false vigor to the viessiea;
but this relief has been succeeded by a depression
and prostration greater than before; and the repeat.
od attempts of invalids to build themselves up by
these false remedied, have finally ended in destroying
what little vital organization was loft. But in using
" Bcerhaves Holland Bitters" you will find no snob
disastrous results. It is a purely vegetable com
pound, prepared on strictly scientific principles, after
the manner of the celebrated Holland Professor,
Bcerhave. Under its influence ovary nerve and mus
cle receives now strength and vigor, appetite and
sleep return, and, finally, perfect health. Bee adver
tisement in nnotleor dolumn.
Caution /--Be careful to Rah fur Bcerhave's Holland
Blithers. Sold at $1 par bottle, or six bottles for $5,
by the sole Proprietors, Benjamin Page, Jr., do Co.,
N 0.27 Wood street, between First and Scoond streets,
and Druggists generally.
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1141 4 1 3 0 N WYE,
74 Market street
U. TO YOUNG MEN —Rica. 0. Weotedicir'
York, will address the young men of this city on
TUESDAY EVENING, in the First Presbyterian Lecture
Room, at 7% o'clock, P. -
Suairor•—" Rise and Progress of Young Blen's Christian
Associations in Europe and America." - _ •
The public are cordially invited to attend. Admittance
free W. W. merß,
R. C. TOTTEN',
IL W. STRICKLER,
STATNMENT OP THE CONDITION OF THE
BANE OP PITTSBURGH.
!dormer MORNING, October 11th, 1818.
Loans, Bills and Discounts $1,619 701 40
Real Estate and Gronnd Rent 44,785 82
Stocks and Miensßanks 8,797 50
Due by other Banks. 193,909 19
Bank Notes and Checks, and 11. l. Treasury 1 47,734 87
Specie 558,654 91
Profits and Earnings.
Unpaid Dividends and Buepenee Acconnta 2,991 04
Dna to other Banka 00,448 26
Circulation 276,846 00
Depottita 798,665 03
Th. above Statement la correct, to the lust of my know
ledge and belief. JOHN OHAHA6t, Prea!dent.
Eiworn to and subscribed this nth day of October, 1868,
before me, (oc12) AUSTIN LOOMIS, Notary Public.
[U. STATEMENT OF THE EXCILANGE BANK OF
MONDAY Motunso, October Ilth, 1858.
88,; 00 36
Loans and Discounts
Specie lu Vault
U. B. Treasury Notes
Notes and Checks of other Banks
Due by other Banks
Capital Stock .
Contingent Fund aud Prutita
Doe to other Itautta
I certify that the above Statement In true to the beet of
my knowledge and belief. B M. MURRAY, ()ashler.
Affirm:d before me, this 11th day of October, 1858.
ocl2 C. W. RRNEST, Notary Public.
W. STATEMENT OF THE ALLEGHENY BANK.
Pittsburgh, Monday, October 11th, 1868.
Notes and Bills Discounted $632,318 48
Coin.. 70,862 13
Notes and Checks of other Banks 31,130 74
Due by other Banks 19,695 41
126,3 4 83
Due to other Banks
The above Statement ie corroct to the best of my know
ledge and belief J. W. 0008, Cashier.
Sworn and subscribed before me, this 11th day of October
108. (ocl2) ROBT. FINNEY, Notary Public.
il:ig, STATEMENT OF THE MERCHANTS' AND
MANUFACTURERS' BANK OF PITTSBURGH.
Molnar MoaNuca, October 11th, 1858,
......... 13,558 09
Due to other Banks.
Loans and Discounts.
Notes and Checks of other Banks.
United States Securities
Duo by other Banks
The above Statement is correct,
W. H. DENNY, Cashier.
Sworn and subscribed before me this Uth day of Octo
ber, A. D., 1858. J. F. MACKENZIE,
ocl2 Notary Public.
CATAWBA (ANGER WINE
CATA.WBA GINGER WINE,
CA'ICAWBA °INGER WINE
Ithe attoutioir of FASIILY fIitIN)QRS, WHOLESALE
LIQUult DEALERS, HOTEL KEEPERS and tho public
guilefully is invited to this W ne. It is prepared from the
CATAWBA GRAPE AND JAMAICA GINGER,
and is 0116 a the woat deqriout, healthful hew:ragas Wier
introduced into the city. While its exaeordinary
TONIC AND INVIOQRATINO PROPERTIE3,
have obtained for tt the approval of the Medical tracuity
and the Prose, wherever it has been us 3d. As a
PREVENTIVE AND REMEDY
fur U. c.01380.1110DC68 of the undden changes of tempera
lure, pPenllar to the present season,
IT HAS NO EQUAL
Parties disposed to order a supply of this Wine CIII do ts.,
of the undersigned, at the Monongahela Rouse, for a few
attys. JAB. M DONNELL,
0e12:1t 4 General Agent.
pPRATS TIVENTY-FIRST ANNUAL
BOOK SALE.OII TDBSDAY NVENINO, October
12th, at seven o'clock, and centliming every evening MIS
week, Mr. Pratt will commence at the new Commercial
Sales Rooms, No. fel, Fifth street, his twei,ty•hrst annual
Baled' Woke In this city, having arrived with a large and
varied stock of the latest and beat editions of sten lard
works, fresh miscellaneous publications of the day, superb.
ly bannd peplos of the family Bible, gold pens, stationery,
The books will I e arranged for examination and private
sale rt low prices, during the day.
()ad P. M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
DAIN T ER'S ART, or a Grammar of Color
ing; applicable to Operative Painting, Decorative
Architecture and the Arts, with colored illtistrationa con
cerning the modes and materials of Painting, etc., by deorge
Field, author of " Chiomatfcs, of the Analogy, Harmony
and Philosophy of Colors," and other worits;Loudon edition,
just revel vtal and for sale by LUKE Loomis,
DLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE OUR
ja. stock of Dress Goode, Showle, Cloaks, Needle Work,
Mourning Goode, Ac , before purchasing elsewhere.
TWO MILKS FROM KILLBUCK STA,
TION a valuable farm of 114 acres, two dwelling
houses, two orals-de, timber, excellent water,&c., itc., will be
sold at a bargiitu. CUTHBERT At BON,
ecl2 11 Market street,
rpwo MILES FROM KILLBOOK STA.
TION u valuable farm of 114 acres, two dwelling
Mutes ' two orchards, timber, excellent water,&c.,&c., will
be sold at u pargnio. B. otrrasEn sox,
uol2 01 Market street.
TWO MILES FROM KILLBE(M. STA
TION a valuable farm of 114 acres, two dwelling
boners, two orchards, timber, excellent water, &c., &e.,, Wlll
be sold at a bargain. S. OUTHBERT & SON, 7
F RENCH CORSETS at 88 cents a pair
M. EC II LOS' OORSETS at ,f 1,60
KI:LEI:ON SKIRTS, FULL SIZE, FOR $l, mai upwards
51 Market street.
YARNS I YARNS! I—A now lot of goo ,
drab shaded and fancy colors opened at
oak HORNE'S, 51 Market street.
RUCHES, FLOWERS AND poNNEt
MATERIALS can be had cheap at lIORNE'S,
51 Market street.
UTTBR.—Fresh Roll Butter received and
xy fo r sale by [ocl2l 11111NRY H. HOLLINS.
DEANS.—SmaII White Beaus, just re
calved and for oda by BMW( H. COMM.
CHEESE.-200 boxes prime cutting Cheese
la received and for sale by FINNRY IL COLLINS.
FLAX. -700 lbs. Flax for sale by
JAR A. FETZER,
001 Corner Wood and First etreet
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral;
Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup.
For sato by B. L. HAIDINSTOOK A CO.,
oc9 No. 60, corner of Wood and Fourth streets.
The bast assortment of
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS
And Sporting Apparatus In the city, to at
CARTWRKILIT 4 TOUNG'S,
No. SO Wood street.
sir Stub and Twat Gans as Jew as $lO. oc9
Fancy Vestings, Sido sand Quolmams,
Dress Coatings, Furnishing Goods,
In addition to mar splendid display of Ready Made Cloth
ing, we have a mot btiltisnt assortment; of piece goods for
Gentlemene' and Boys' wear, which will be made up at the
shortest notice, imp after the latest styles, at low prices.
otirginavo GOTHIC MALL,
oce Corner Wood street and Diamond alley.
LADIES' HIGH BOOTS, CLOTH.—A eu
perior article for cold weather.
DIFFENBACHER Jt CO.,
009 N 0.17 Fifth streot.
FRANK LRBISE'S IdAtIAZINE,
N)r male by
1110 FIRE PROOF MINERAL PAINT.
6 tons of di:Threat cobra on hand and for sale at
28 and '2411t. Clair otreot,
J. a H. P1331L103.
TIMOTHY SEED—Just reo'd and for sale
by (a 5) HENRY H. COLLINS.
URE PORT WINE, for medicinal
pow, by the bottle or Ea llo a, at
FL&WORTEI t BROWNLEE'S,
oft In the INetemnal.
10 Ms. Lake Superior White YU ;
20 half bble. Lake Herring;
Fur mile cheap, to close COnd renti by
JAMES A. PRUE%
Carnet Idieritat Bad gird etreatik
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. 188,882 ar
$ 818,000 00
. 497,79) 00
. 388,874 34
. 20,618 80
$ 668,906 7eya
Fast Elulidinge, 41 Fifth etreet.
0. HANSON [AWE,
74 Markot street
51 Market street
'tootland'e German Bitten!,
woes White 0
For October ;
Poet Building; 41 Fifth &treat.
t t it ift ,
LYON A R - N ST H 4 L,
WHOLKEALS AND MAIL Mara /3!
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
VIRGINIA CHEWING TOBACCO,
UNDER THE T. CHARLES HOTEL,
ocll PITTSBURGH. PA.
NEW GOODS. 1555. NEW GOODS.
AT J. BUSH'S,
No 65 Market St. , Second Door from Cbrner of Fburth.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL OPEN ON
Monday, September 13th, his well selected stock of
the latest styles in Dress and Cloak Trimmings, Bonnet
Ribbons, Plowerk. and Ruches, a complete assortment of
Waists and Caps,
Shetland shawls and Woolen
Cloaks for Children, Hosiery, Gloves, Gauntlets, Alexander
Tativeu'e Hid Wove% French Corsets, Shapes, Expansion
Skirts, and Brussels. (new styles,) Shetland Wool, Sephin
Woonted, Purpen Paper, Patterns, Embroidered Slippers;
Patterns for Embroideries drawn and .Embroideries worked
at short notice. . Nancy llesd•Drkses made to order.
I thank the - Ladies'-for Abelr kind patronage, and hope
they will give me their custom for the fature, as I will al
ways do my beat to sell them the goods cheap. Ladies, Call
and examine the novelties at- J. BUSH'S,
Be I fam 65 Market et., Rd door from fourth.
FIRST PRIZE GOLD MEDAL
PIANOS, j f
STEINWAY & SONS;
WSAVE AVE NEVER FAILED TO RE
OEIV,E-A PRIZE MEDAL wherever they have ex.
hibited their lIDIRIVALLIRYPIANOS. Among the more
recent ones are
Bletropolitan Pair, 1855, Washington, D. 0., Gold Medals.
American 'malt ute, Crystal Palace, N. P., 1855, 1 Gold Medal
Maryland Institute, Baltimore 1856 Gold Medal
American Institute, Crystal Palace .1856......G01d Medal
Kentucky State Fair, Louisville —1857 Gold Medal
Maryland Institute, Baltimore 1857 Gold Medal
The Committee on Musical Instruments at the American
Institute, New York, as above. was composed of
Gottschalk and Wm. Matron being the greatest, and most
diatinguished American Pianists, and Wollenhaupt the mint
celebrated composer for the Plano Home In the United
It is a significant fact that WM. MASON, of Boston, 11013
of the celebrated Lowell Mason, of Boston, Author of tho
Carmine Sacra, and many other valuable church music
books, uses and recommends exclusively the STEINWAY
PIANOS as the VERY BEST EVER MANIIPACTURED IN
THIS C JUNTRY.
Ws Invite the attention of purchasers to our full stock of
OONILSTINO 0 F
FULL GRAND PIANOS,
Three-Stringed Square Grand Pianos,
A new improvement, which combiriss the advantagea of
the grand and the hertz mtalPianos, having the fullness of
tone of the former and the beauty and elegance of the
latter. Also, the
OVERSTRINO SQUARE Olt HORIZONTAL PIANO.
Of every style and price, from $250 to $l,OOO.
JOB , ' No one can have an ides of the perfection to which
the Piano Forte has been brought, until he has seen these
unequalled Instruments. For sale by
If. KLEBER & BRO.,
NO. 53 FIBTii
Bole Agent for Steinway's Pianos for Pittsburgh and West
N. B.—They will be sold at New York Factory prices and
warranted for five years. -ocll
[Firm of J. & 11. Phillip J
DAVIS !i PHILLIPS,
(Socceosors to Phillip' & Co.)
BRASS FOUNDERS AND FINISHER
PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS
CHANDELIERS, PENDENTS AND BRACKETS
STORE, NO. 67 WOOD STREET,
FOUNDRY .AND SHOP, NO 148 FIRST ST
New York Fur Company Agency
BUFFILLOII.OI3 f.s . l
ATE HAVE ACCEPTED TIIE AGENCY
thn New York Far Company, arid have oa hand
a complete aasortnaout of Buffalo and Fancy Robed, which
we will retail at low pricer], and Heil td the trade by the
bale at New York ratce
IL U. ad EtTLEY & CO,
Wood street, Pittsburgh,
B,4(l(ll6,l:farness and Truak Makers
F IR sT PREMIUM AWARDED
STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY,
To C-RSFF ,SL CO., Manufacturers:
For the pest Couking Hauge fur women;
Cooking' Stove fur coal :
" for Wood.
DinDuna fa boot Lam:drew. Also, on Land a large assort
ment of Elenttag Stoves, Plalu and Fancy (hate Fronts,
Faudure, Sad and Dog Irons, Sugar Kettles, Tea Kettles,
Wagon Boxes, Hollow Ware, etc. GRAFI' & CU.,
uc.7:l ydaw Nu 124 Wood street.
A. & F. MARBIJRG,
W • hope' tors and Manufacturers of
(JIG A It S,
AND UENENAL C0.11.111,93.10N MERCHANTS,
!o. 413 NV est Lombard SI., Baltimore, Old.
We invite the attention of the trade to our large and well
assortedlitoca of 'derman and Domestic Cigars. Our (acid
ties for importing Ls well as the variety of our ar sortment,
are uusurpasse by any house lu the States, while large eon
trac•s made by one of the firm during the dull times iu Ger
many, enable no to hold out extra inducements to our
friends at present. si2S.ly
No. 25 Filth Street,
DEALER IN FINE CIGARS & TOBACCO.
The stock of Chewing Tobacco and the variety and quali
ty of Cigars at this oldOtablished stand will he found equal
in quality to any to be had In the city, se2S
PRAVER AND TAILOR,
O. 52 ST. CLASH BTBSET,
Invites public attention to his sew and beautiful lased
meat of Tall goods, consisting of Cloths, Caaaimeres, Vest,
lugs and Coatings of every variety and style, made up with
promptness and despatch, and at rates as low as at any
similar establishment in the city. oc7:lmd
A CADEMY OF PAINTING AND DKAW-
Ll publto are informed that a school for the
above branches will bo opened ou and after the 4th of On.
tober, at No. 21, Fifth street, for those Who may be de
sirous of obtaining a practical COUVO of lastruction. There
will also be taught the use of the French Crayon, tinting
with India Ink and Sepia; also a new style of painting in
Oil and Water colors, by which the pupil is enabled to suc
ceed more rapidly than by other methods. The merits of
tiliB style of printing and drawing have bean long and sac
cesssfully tested in miclasses. Raving in my possecalon
large and finely selected collection of originals for every
branch, I invite ladles, and those who may have in view :a
coarse of lessons to call at my studio, No. 21 Fifth street
oc22w T. N. CILOGGV.R.
JOHN LOCpaq ALDWAID GEM.
LOGAN & GREGG,
DEPDBMINA AND, DAMS= IN
Foreign..SL Domestic Hardware,
62 WOOD STRUT, PUTSBIIII,6III, PA.
A full and complete assortment of all, denriptione oL
Hardware, both at Wholesale and Retail, can be had at prices
satisfhcntry to the purchater at the above establishment;
tools of every description, in large varieties; 6lerchants,
Mechanks, and Farmers are all invited to call. lsenam
A. H. O. BROOKEN,
No. 22 our Street, New York,
GLASS SYRINGES, 11QhfCEOPATHIO
VIALS, GRADUATED MEASURES,
NURSING BOTTLES, ETO.
Glass Ware for Chemists, Vlrnagists, Perfumers, Photo
graphers, etc. Green Glass Ware by the package. .11
atdiscount used° td the trade. Orders from Country Drug
gists and Dealers solicited. Price Lists sent on applica
GENTLEMEN'S HATS FOR AUTUMN,
In preparing the Hata of the present issuer, none but the
most flashed workmen have been employed, and nothing
but the best and choicest - materials used. Every endeavor
has peen made to combine Elegance of Form, with Fitness,
and Beauty of Design with utility. The undersigned, there.
fore coididentfy submha these elegant Autumn Hats to the
inariection of gentlemen, and hopefully awake their liberal
patronage. W. E. WARBURTON,
No. 480 Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
EATIIER, HIDES AND OlL.—The sub
*scriber would solicit tho attention of merchants end
strangers visiting the city, to his present exteneire stock of
Leather, shoe Bindings, Tanners' and Corriere' Toots, Tan
ner's Oil, as., As which he offers to the trade at the lowest
market prices. ihs solicits an examination of his stock.
Md. WILKINSON, 217 Liberty attest.
self Pittsburgh, Pa.
PATENT GUN CANE.—
The neateat weapon
in nee, easily loaded, satrap ready for immediate service,
and in appearance clearly resembling a tine gotta percha
cane. They weigh but twenty ounces, about the weight of
a good hickory cane, and are not liable to get out of order.
an-Gentlemen are invited to e , ramlue them at
SOWN & TETLEY'S,
oda No. 136 Wood street.
Ulan/L-150 lbs. Butter just re
jur ceived and for Bala by JAS.
ocll Corner Market and BIM street.
BONNET RIBBONS.--A full assortment
from Auction for sale at low prices by
EATON, OREE 4 co.,
ocS Cotner Minh and liarkeratreeta«
OOTS AND SHOES..—Now, as the cold
- wea ther has set in, You ghciald not fell to cill eE din
;People's Ois ter eap inappl
Elmo Store," /MTh streret;hear Market, and
gey.Gentd Boots and Show ) Boyd Boots and Shoes, Ladled
Itootnba, Law Shoo awl Gaiters; /Hisses , and Ohildrens'
* a y ; all lands or wallas- 4 . t,
..oca Dusrisruisuilisli. A CIO.
- Wrz57,1 7 -7.57
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JOB. 11. DAVLS
b l i R'~ 2
DEILAWAE. - .
SAFETY INSURINCiI iLAMIPAA Y
INCORPORATED BY THE LEGISLATURE Olt
SYLVAN - Li, 16.35.
OFFICE S. E. CORNER THZE.IYA_ND Weal);
ON VESSELS. 1
CARGO,To all pari j a of the world.
On Coals, by River, Canals, Lakes, ind Land Carriages
all parts of the Union.
On Merchandise generally.
On Stores, Dwelling Mons
ASSETS OP THE COMPANY.
November 2, 1857.
Bonds, Mortgages, and Real Estate. 4 $lO/0350 9
Philadelphia City, and other Loan.a.4 ~ : ... .. 137,011 ii
Stock in Banks, Itailrbads and Insaraucal ... ~,,,,
Companies 1 f '""——
Bills Receivable 9200191 91
Cash on hand 38,892 08
Balance in hands of ,Agents, Premnama
on Marine Policiels recently isseed,oul 92,13 u sv
other debts doe the Company. 1
ilubscriptiou Notes .. r ..- 100,000 os
James 0. nand,
William Eyre, Jr.,
J. F. Poninlon,
JeaMin P. Eyre,
I Samuel E. Stokes,
I Henry !Rican,
Samoa B. McFarland,
Thomaa 0. amid,
Robert Barton Jr,
John B. Semple, Pir.s/rarg.b
D. T. Mc _gall, • "
J. T. Logrtii, "
W. 41.4.11T1N, Prasitlsu t,
Joseph 11. Deal,
Edmund A. Sondes,
John 0. Davis,
John 8.. Penrose,
George G. Leiper,
Dr. 8.. M. HusSem,
William 0. Ludwig,
H. Jones Brooks,
Jacob P. Jones,
Tl/03. CI. HAND, Vice Pr ,
THE GREAT WESTERN
Erlirc mud Marino ins ranes (loci
- OF PII ILADELif ILIA.
Ogce in Company's Building No. 408 Wain
Corner of Fourth Street.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL i $ 500,000
Capital paid in 3=2,800 00
Surplus, Jaartry Ist, 1858 I 56,277 05
FIRE INSURANCE--Limitod or Perpetual.
MARINE INSURANCE, on Yeas*, Cargo and Freights.
INLAND INSURANCE by Rivard, Canals, Lakes and
Land Carriages 1
Charlee C. Lathrop, 1423 Walnut Street.
William Darling, 1610 Pine street:
Alexander Whillden, Merchant, I,S North Front.
Isaac Ilaslehurst, Attorney and Counsellor.
,r ; 11
n O. Hunter, firm of Wright, Bunter & Co.
E. Tracy, fi rm of Tracy & Co., Goh*..mith's Hall.
Jo It. McCurdy, firm of Jones, White & McCurdy
ernes L. Gillespie, firm of Gllletple k Zeller.
JaWes B. Smith, firm of James ILI Smith & Co.'
Han. Henry M. Fuller, office 227 Booth Third sheet.
John 0. Vogdes, office corner of Hsventh and Sanaa:a,
Jamsa Weight, late Cashier Bank 'of Tioga.
. Talor office Cairo City Property.
Jena J. Slocum, office 220 South Third street.
C. O. LATEIROP, President.
W. DARLING, Vice President
LEWIS GREGOZ.Y, t Branch 040 a, Wail at , N. y .
Second Vice Pres%)
JAMES WRIGHT, Secretary and Treasurer,
H. K. RICHARDSON; Assistant Secretary.
It. W. POINDEXTER, Agent.
97 Water street, Pittsburgh.
INSURANCE C OMPANY.
JAMEB A. 1111TOELEKN, frasilenti
HTINEY M. ATWOOD, Secretary.
OFFIOE...No. 08 Water Sts:Aite
WILL INSURE AGAINST ALL iKINDB a RDA AM
hIARINE BIZ' A.B.
Affill7Til—MAY 20n, 1668.
Stock, Due Bills, payable on derband, secured by two
approved namea..ci i t 5140,000 00
Premium N0te5......, 47,003 29
Bills,,Receivable 9,968 21
115 shares Mechanics' Bank stock, coat 0,185 00
60 do Bank of Pittsburgh dci do 2,750 00
40 do Exchange Bank do do 2,050 00
190- do Citizens Bank do' do —..- , 5,175 00
Balance of Book Accounts 8,056 89
Office EurnituroB9o 88
Oaeh 15,853 78
James A. Hutchison. Ooorge A. Berry,
Wm. B. Holmes, 1 Robert Dabell,
William Rea, Thomas B. Clarke,
Wilma Miller, 't John M'Devitt,
mv72 Wm. A. Caldwell.
Pennsylvania Insurance Company
No. a$ Fourth stracsit,
Jacob Painter, J. P. Tanner, Cleo. W. Smith,
Body Patterooti, C. A. Wltoo. A. J. Jones
W. S. Moßrldo, Jab. H. Hopkins, Wads liar ton.
L Grit r Sproul, A. A. Carrier, Robert Patrick,
A. 0. Sampson, J. IL Juno, Jobs Taggart,,
Henry Sproul,ldea Vooghtly s
Chartirsd Capital caothooe
/1111.1 AND MARINE 111.3111 TAKEN, of all descriptions
President—A. A. CARRIER.
Vice President—RODY PATTE2BOII.
tea) Secretary and Treaenror—l. Ri SPTIOUL.
CITIZENS' INSURANCE COMPANY
WILLIAM DAGALNY, President(
DialiflllM L. hiABSIITH T y g oo st ary.
OFFICE: 04 Water great, betwasn!Afdrket and Wood streets
Insnrci ramr, AND CARGO BMA on the Ohio
and Mississippi Rivera and tributafics.
Insures against Loss or Damage bp. Mil.
Also, against the Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation
pt. Mark iitorling..
tiLimnel M. Kier,
lfoho S. Dilworth,
James M. Cooper,
James Park, Jr.,
Imo M. Pennock,
Capt. Samuel O. Young,
PHILADELPHIA FIE,E AND LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY ,
.110. 149 Clacsaw,t Street,
Opppsito the Otuitom Muse.
WILL MAKE ALL KINDS OF INSET
ILANOEI, either Perpetnui ur Limited, on ovary
description or Property br Bierchilridiso, et ressonabla rates
ROBERT P. BIN:, President.
M. W. BALDWIN, Vire Prasi,lent.
Charles Hayes, ~ Copp,
B. B. English, 0o rge W. Brown,
P. B. Savery, Jo oph S. Paul,
0. Sherman, John Clay ton,
IL J. ldagarges, E. 91.1:1r.
V. BLLOKIIIMIN, Sem Mary.
. G. COWIN, Agent,
Corner 'illitrd and Wood streets.
A. A. CARRIER &
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY.
' Capital Itoprossoatodp $3,000,000.
0011PANLES OP HIGHEST STANDING, Ohalt'ved bi
Ponnaylvania and other States.
RULE, MARINE AND LIFE RISKS TAKEN, Of ALL
Mo. 83 319UUN3 STRICI
A. a. amain.' .F7TYSHORO
. a. fdaTa• y 1
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST
LITFIOORAPH/0 EBTABLIfiiiMENT IN TEM OITY:
Corner Third and Market Streets,
DllVrti COLLEGE BUILDING
TERRA COTTAI OR - STONE
WATER 1/11: 0 Es9
From two to six *oh calibra.
PRICES from 12 to 8) Cents per Foot.
For Sala Wholasali az Elaanfacturais
EFEATIVE la. COLLINS,
Jaw muumuu' tivita >l4
1311EISSZ, 13uvrbart;t REED% Inglis
AND PRODUCE GENERALLY.
No. 26 WooD STUMP, Przersßutunt. Utild
matte AO 07
Cologne Spirits d Fusel 011,
Noe. 107 and 70 Seoond Street.
DREMIUM HOLLANI) GIN BITTERS,
1 IMPORTED BY F. FELIX .% EON, 468 PENN ST.,
PITT. .BBURGEr, reepectltair call the alt6itti e/ 1 "
the public , to the above o debrated Bitters, for which the
Medical Court of Holland has commissioned us to act as
Bole Agents for the Drifted Btal and Canada,.
This articiele prepared by mom of the most solentiflo mica
of Holland, and to the moat pre arable Bitters now in use"
Wherever the Holland Gin Bitters hali been introduced, its
sale has been unprecedented.
Persons wishing to try the artiole, can have a sample,
with circular, sent gratis by midi, by addresaing
F. VESIXI .a. RON. Pittiborch.
MBE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO FORM
tiCo•Partnersidp, with sem good businessman to
reside in or about Pittsburgh, with a cash capital, flay; of
$2OOO or moro, for Um purchsie and sale of land in the
North-western count:lea of this State. With the advuttages
is this busluses which the subscriber now possess°, it
could, w i th =c hi, partner , b e slid!) , made to bring a profit
of 60 to 100 per cont.
Refer to N. Bargain. Esq., No. 122 Fourth street. -
• J. Is. HANNA,
ixt3..lls! ReAlO44l l l. AP% Vraziklln o Es. -
P. A. Agant,
95 Wat.ir area., Pittabaygtt
$287,710 U 1