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JAMES P. BARE, Editor and Proprietor
DEkfOCRATIO COUNTY COMMITTEE OF COR
RESPONDENCE —ln pursuance of a resolution of
the OonCention of the National Democracy of Allegheny
county, held in the city of Pittsburgh. September 15th, 1818,
the'Chairman of Said Convention was authorized to appoint
a County Committee of Corroepondence for the ensuing
year, of which Committee he should be the Chairman. The
following named persons will constitute said Committe :
Charles Shaler, Biddle Roberta, James P. Barr,
R. H. Kerr, P. C. Shannon, John B. Guthrie,
G. W. Case, W. IL Smith, C. IL Paulson,
D. CampbelL William Wilkins, Chas. Barnett,
Jos. Birmingham, J. McCollister,Beckham ,
John Markin, Joseph B. Todd, We
Chnilwißryson, S. Smith, Reserve, J. J. Houston,
John Wynne, Capt. A. Rays, Dr. J. E. Huey,
51. Harbison, W. A. Lare.
J. P. GLASS, Chairman.
tirDEMOCRATIC COUNT COMMITT: XOF GOB,-
RESPOND nNOR —The County Committe of Corres
pondence appointed in pursuance of a resolution of tie Na
Gaud Democratic Convention, held in the city of Pittsburgh,
on September-41th, will meet at the aka of the Marnfog
Fort, on SATII 'DAY. MORNING, October 16th, at eleven
o'clock. Punctual attendance la requesh , l, as bu,lne:s of
importance will be brought before the
J. P. GLASS, Chairman.
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tion news, a full report of the markets, an
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ALLEGHENY coursTY ELECTION FIE
We do not deem it necessary to republish
our tables of the returns of our own county
again this morning. The Return Judges
mee. at the Court House tosday, a❑d to mor
row we shall give the official vote.
WANT OF A NATIONAL ISSUE.
The results of the-recent-elections through
out the country exhibit a disintegration o'
party ties everywhere, which nonplusses the
politicians and "puzzles the partizan leaders of
every stripe. Every pigmy politician and
every local manager thinks to direct the cur-.
rents of popular opinion. One-idea men, po
litical gamblers, speculators in politics of
every grade,each with a hobby, and each with
personal ends to gain, or a_personal ambition
to gratify, get control of a press, and at
tempt to lead the people, The views of these
men are all local, sectional and selfish. They
look to their own preferment by getting up a
petty excitement, each in his own State or
county, in which the masses of the people
of the country never sympathize. The
schemes to humbug the people out of their
votes on side issues and local questions are
almost innumerable. The people become ova
parently wayward, and great parties rise and
fall with the momentary popularity of some
particular man. Thus the death of Clay kill
ed the old Whig party—thus the American
organization sprung up and vanished, and
thus the Democratic organization has become
divided by quarrelling partizanship. A na
tional issue is needed in order that the De
mocracy may again become centralized and
united. We need an impulse for the general
good of the whole natton to keep us right.
These petty issues mast be set aside—they
belong to the divided policy of our oppo
nents and not to the Democracy. The people
are honest in their politics, while those who
attempt to lead them are too often dishonest,
because interested. We have seen what local
issues have done for us in Allegheny county
—we see what sectionalism is doing all over
the country. Let us come back to national
platforms,and eschew all tests of party fealty
which are not in conformity with our plat.
forms. Thus, and thus only, shall:the Demo
cratic party regain its losses and maintain its
supremacy. - •
WHERE'S CAPTAIN SOIIENLT
This distinguished absentee, with the
" port wine countenance and bow window
stomach," has received quite a complimentary
notice in the Third and Fourth Wards, Alle4
gheny City; from his tenants; the majority
against his friend Williams, and repudiation,
being one :of the largest ever given in the
Wards. This gallant Captain boasted that
he was certain that the result would teach
this community a lesson in all coming time,
and in bobbing arotind among his friends, he
became quite top lottical in denouncing the
newspaper press, the Gazette particularly,
on the safe principle that the oldest rogue is
generally the greatest.
This was a bold step for a man whose ca•
reer for a long lifetime, has presnted to the
press a surface so large, and on which there
was scarcely a spot for a finger point to rest
without gallinga sore place.
He can, however, make mouths at his
tempters who promised him alleviation from
his honest taxes, and say truly, that he carried
great weight into the canvass for the would
be Congressman, and that it was a very dead
one. The Captain's utter defeat is something
analagons to that of poor Braddock—the va:
riation in our captain's case, being too much
susceptibility:to bad advice.
Fort Duquesne, which poor Braddock nev
er reached, and the land adjacent, is but lit
tle changed from its wigwam condition in
that time, and if anything for the worse, and
the Captain being now in possession, has had
ample scope for avenging the fate of his
countrymen by scalping his tenants for a pe
riod of thirty or forty years
As the result of Tuesday, his friend Pear
body in London, owes him a dinner for thus
exemplifying on, change that Pittsburgh and
Allegheny county credit cannot be shaken
by the most lawless demagogueism ever at
tempted in this- State.
Bat we are now willing to play quits on the
repudiation question, with this suggestion to
certain patriots on both sides of the river.
Gentlemen I if the rascally Railroad Com.
paniee are ever to be placed in a creditable
position, and the city and county relieved, do,
for Heaven's sake call up to the clerk's office
—settle up your balances of subscriptions
and shame the rogues.
The Duquesne Greys
This fine company had their anniversary
parade yesterday. They turned out fifty.five
muskets, besides - officers and a capital band
of music. There are few volunteer corps in
the state that can compare with the Greys.
Capt. Campbell may well be proud of the
handsome company which he commands.
The Twentieth Dlstriet.f
In Fayette county, Mr. Montgomery has a
majority of about 2000; in Greene his mas
jority is 1100; in Washington, Mr. Knight
has about 150 majority, thus giving Mont
gomery about 3000 in the district.
Tuttle's Comet in Sight.
There is now another of these bodies vis
ble in the celestial field. Tuttle's comet can
now be seen in the constellation Pegasus,
without the aid of a telescope. This group
is in a direct range with a line drawn from
the two pointers in the " Great Dipper"
through the North star, and is about as far
from that body as Arcturus.
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TUE CAIIPAIGN IN THE XXI • DIS
When Mr. Gibson, Surveyor of the Port of
Pittsburgh, Marshal Campbell of the West
ern Pennsylvania, and other Democratic man
agers resolved to sell the Democracy of the
XXIId Districts to the Black Republican
Williams, they found a ready and an easily
purchasable tool in the editor of the Butler
Herald, a professedly Democratic paper,which
we are informed that Marshall Campbell con
' trols, and in which he is said to have a pecu-
OCTOBER 15. 1858
After Gen. Robinson and Col. Gibson had
fraternally fixed things at Bakerstown, Mr
Campbell goes home to Butler, and 101 the
name of Thomas Williams, the Black Repub
lican, is placed at the head of the Herald, as
the Democratic nominee for Congress in the
XXIId District. Forthwith the Hera! d com
menced to glorify Mr. Williams at the ex
pense of every Democrat upon the ticket.—
The Herald thus announced its infamy.
We have put up the name of THOMAS WIL
LIAMS ! the Anti Railroad-Tax Candidate fur
Congress, and unfurled the great Bstner of As
TI-Rlilroad Plunder I !
All national issues are withdrawn in this die
(riot, so that ALL the people of the district may
have a chance of expressing their DEO4SION, on
this one great and ALL-ABSORBING question ;
Shall the people of Allegheny county be PLUN
DERED of $5.000,0001 and the people of BUT •
LER COUNTY of $250,000! ! in the shape of
a RAILROAD TAX; or shall they not ?
THOMAS WILLIAMS has been the able, disinter
ested and consistent opponent of all Railroad
subscriptions by the cities and counties, from the
beginning. He has expended more time, money
and ability in opposing this modern system of
PLUNDER, than ALL the other:men in Western
We wish these things to remain of record
for the Democratic managers who bought up
the Herald and turned it aside from the path
of true Democracy, are responsible for its
course and not the mere tools who are its
False issues were placed before the Democ
racy—false prophets led them, and falsehood
was their principal argument.
The last number of the Herald issued be-
fore the election, says :
The issue is this : Between RAILROAD TAX,
and NO RAILROAD TAX, Plunder. or no Plun
Tho election of Mr. Williams will be a toads
tool.; against Plunder; while the election of
McKnight will be a DECISION in favor of the
payment of $5.000,000, by the county of Alle
gheny, and $250,000 by the county of Butler
for bankrupt Railroad debts.
Freeholders, and freemen of Butler county,
which way do you vote ? for or AGAINST the
It is in vain to disguise the issue A vrrdiet
AGAINST WILLIAMS is a verdict in favor of
This is no idle question of how the people of
Kansas shall govern themselves—about Tariff or
antisTariff—Missouri compromise, or no oompro
mise. Let all these questions pass. We are
for popular sovereignty in the nation, the State,
the territories and the counties.
All questions of national politics sink into
utter insignificance before this great, this GI
GANTIC LOCAL question. It is matter
about the condition of the negro ? , It isfa quest
tion concerning the RIGHTS and LIBEI€TIES
of white men.
Oar HOUSES are on FIREI our farms, our
workshops and our oxen, are to be taken for
payment of debts we never agreed to pay ! I
Oar fields are about to be LAID WASTD ! our
property PLUNDERED!!! I our hearthstones
des.acrated ! !! !I our aousas burned!!! ! 1 The
enemy is at our GATES 1 with FIRE and SWORD ! I !
ready to lay urase our homes, and our work•
ahops, AROUSE, FREEMEN OF BUTLER
COUNTY ! AROUSE! ! and drive back the com
mon enemy from our gates!!!
All these bombastic assertions were the
veriest nonsense as the result has prov
ed. The people have decided against
Williams and the houses in Butler must
burn away, and the land be laid waste.
Plunder must thrive, and the " soap mines "
be laid waste with "fire and sword,"
What folly it was for a Democratic journal
thus to stultify itself. If its rhodomantade
was all true the Herald is in a still more pitia
ble position—that of having admitted in ad.
vance that if Democrats would not elect a
Black Republican they admitted the justice of
Railroad plander in advance of the decision
of the Courts which alone have the power of
settling this important question.
The Herald was no prophet either. It said
of Mr. Williams—
" He has established the True Press in the city
of Pittsburgh, a newspaper devoted exclusively
to the interest of the LAND HOLDER and TAX
PAYER, and against the robbery of the people,
at an immense sacrifice of TIME! .MONEY ! !
and LABOR ! !
He is the nominee of the ANTI-TAX Conven.
tion of Allegheny county for Congress, and will
come out of Allegheny county with a LARGE
MAJORITY of the votes."
Where is that large majority ? and echo an
swers where. The True Press is owned by a
few Republican rich men. Williams seized
upon it and devoted his time and pen to elect
himself to Congress by its means. Gibson,
Campbell, Bruce, Patterson, and a few other
Democrats, lent Democratic aid and comfort
to the enemy. Williams does not claim to
have put money in it. The Democrats were
fools enough to furnish the " sinews of war"
to defeat their own party.
The Herald, in its mad enthusiasm to earn
the stipend of its infamy, made the following
" That the bondholders and railroaders have
subsidized every political paper in Pittsburgh,
except the True Press, and that all except it,
are using the most unhallowed means to do the
bidding of their masters, the bondholders and
railroaders, by aiding McKnight.
Now we make the assertion; and the facts
will bear us out, that the Pittsburgh True
Press and the Butler Herald were the only
papers which have been subsidizsd during the
Again; when the Chairman of the Demo
cratic State Committee, accompanied by dis
tinguished Democratic speakers, went into the
Butler portion of the XXIId District, as they
had a right to do, and as Democrats it was
their duty to do, the Herald treated them with
contempt, and assailed them with falsehoods.
It said :
Three Lawyers from Pittsburgh, calling them
selves Demoor ate, held a Republican meeting in
the Court House, on Friday evening, and we
were delighted with tao sound drubbing they
gave the Republicans, who were the audience at
They were Jadgo Shaler, an attorney of
tho bondholders, and Judge Shannon. Judges
Shaler and Shannon were both defeated candi
dates for Congress before the Democratic-Con
vention of Allegheny county; and John Bir.
mingham, who is put forward as a candidate
without a party, was a defeated candidate for
Prothonotary before the same Convention
These gentlemen came here with no other pur
pose than to defeat THOMAS WILLIAMS! the
INDEPENDENT ANTI-TAX C4NDIDATIC ! I for
Congress Being the attorneys of the bondhold
ers, they do not want a verdict of the people
It is '.41 lie that R. Biddle Robers is an attor•
ney of - the bondholder or ever was. He went
to Butler as the Chairman of the Democratic
State Committee as he had a right to do, and
the editor of a professed Democratic paper,
owned by Democratic office holders, thus at-.
We have placed these assertions of the
Herald on record for future use. Not only
that paper, but those who have controlled it
during the campaign to the great injury of
the Democracy of the XXIId District will have
to render an account of their misdeeds to the
Demodratic party. The poor devils of the
Herald were but the slaves to do their mile
ter's bidding—the Cataline's of the conspi ,, ' T HE LAT NEW _ADVERTISEMENTS
racy against the Democratic party—and with
no . 4- iv. n iv iN ,
"rtl' . Pwjr"
11. , : ;--, YOUNG MEN'S DEMOCRATIC CLUB OF A LI.E.
shame we say it—are Democratic office hold. ' -9 - tin MNY OGUNTY—There will ba a meditie of the
BY TELEG.R.A.PH. Club held at_DUNIOCRATIC HALL, corner. Dim:lend ant
ran t St recto, TtILS EVENING, °stubs:. lath, at 7 r M.
Tho members, and ail friendly to the organization, are
•querited to attend. (oc15):. CHRIS. MAGEE, Pres't..
BUTLER OOUB TY.
A sound Demoorat writes us from Butler
County, in relation to the fraud attempted
upon the Democraic voters in the Twenty
'Second District, as follows :
I presume some of our old Democrats got a
salivary les:en taught them. Miny of the opo
position professed to ba friendly to the anti-tax
ticket, and got some of the Democrats to sup-
part it, but, as far as this District is concerned,
last two supported it. If the Deriaccrats could
have seen an inch before their noses, they could
have known that tho opposition would unite on
nothing only to oppose the Democracy."
Our correspondent speaks the truth. The
only fixed principle which the opposition
have, is to oppose Democratic measures and
Democratic men. When the Democracy
adopt any course of policy, approved by
their opponents, disorganization and defeat
's sure to be the resnit.
The Brltlah Treaty with Chinn
The British treaty with China, as given in
the London Gazette, substantiates what has
already been published about it—namely, the
appointment of diplomatic agents at Pekin
and London, the revision of the Chinese
tariff, the opening of new ports fur trade with
Europe, the toleration of the Christian re. ,
ligion, the payment of indemnity for losses
sustained at Canton, nad the abrogation of the
Chinese mark for " barbarian" in official
documents. With respect to the regulations
for conducting trade between England and
China the synopsis which is published con
tains important points hitherto unknown.
The treaty has such a commercial aspect that
the most of its articles have reference in some
way to trading transactions, and the advanta
ges to be gained are almost on the side of
England. At the end of ten years the con
trading party may demand a further revision
of the tariff and of the commercial articles
of the treaty.
Last Night of lllra. Ilayno.
Foster's Theatre presented a fashionable
appearance last evening, upon which occa
sion Mrs. Rayne performed the character of
" Madeline, " in the drama of that name. The
audience manifested intense interest through
out, and the powerful acting of the great ac
tress (whom we are to lose so soon) prcduced
the most thrilling effect upon the audience.
This evening a complimentary benefit will
be given to Mrs. Rayne by many of our in
fluential citizens, who have determined that
the brightest ornament of the American stage
shall not, professionally, pass forever from
amongst them without An effort on their part
to mark their appreciation of her genius and
high moral worth. A Vet of the names of
these gentlemen was handed to Mrs. Hayne's
agent to be used by him in any way consid,-,
end essential to her interest. But further
than a record of them on the box sheet of the
Theatre, and a greatful recollection of their
kindness on the memory of the fair recipient
of the compliment, he considers it unnecessa
ry, at present, to give them publicity.—
One of the gentlemen of the committee has,
however, handed to us the following lines for
publication. His initials may De easily guess
ed at by many of our fair readers by his pre
vious poetical effusions :
TO MBS. JULIA DEAN RAYNE
I've listened to thy silver tones
So late-like as they softly fall ;
I've felt the power thy genius owns,
I've bowel 'neath Beauty's magic spell
Bet dill t+ me, more beenteousibr, -
Thou shirezt with soft, enchanting light
More lovely thou, an "earthly star,"
Than those that gem the brow of Night
I cannot sing to thce of love
That wildly thrills this heart of mine ;
Another's voice is in ihizs ear—
Another hand is clasped in thine
Bat I would bless that fatal hour,
tine curses here will fall In vale
For love, with its mysterious power
Iles joined the DUN to EIATNIL
[Correspondence of the Morning Post.
Letter from Fayette County.
GENIII3 OF LIBERTY OFFICE,
Uniontown, Fayette county, Oot. 13.
Editor Post :—The election in this county yes
terday resulted in a magnificent Democratic vic
tory. Our entire county ticket is successful by
majorities ranging from or,to hundred and fifty to
five hundred. Tho majority for the §tate ticket
will be from throe hundred to five hundred.
Montgomery's majority in this county is about
eighteen hundred ! Yours truly, B.
The Imprisonment of Shaw.
The citizens of Franklin county, Alabama,
held a meeting on 28th tilt, in relation to the
imprisonment in the Pittsburgh jail of George
W. Shaw on a charge of attempting to kidnap
a negro named Wash Ferris. The said Wash,
it is alleged, is the slave of G. 0. Rangland,
Esq., of Tuscumbia, and ran away in 1852.
Shaw captured Wash in Missouri and re
turned him to his master. He (Shaw) was
consequently arrested in Pittsburgh on the
charge of kidnapping, indicted and lodged in
jail, and his tria} is now progressing in our
criminal court. At the citizens' meeting,
Hon. Wm. B. Wood was called to the chair,
and L. B. Thornton requested to act as secre
tary. The committee appointed to report on
the matter to the meeting, after stating the
facts of the case, close as follows
"In view of the foregoing facts, there has
been committed no offense against the laws of
Pennsylvania by Shaw, and therefore the Como
mittee believe that the prosepution of the said
Shaw is the prompting of fanaticism, and not for
the vindication of violated law. And they be
lieve. furthermore, that the facts of this case
should be brought to the people of the South
and the North."
Liz weekly statement of the Banks of New
York city shows the following results : De.,
crease in loans, $60,000 increase in specie,
$637,000; increase in circulation, 105,000 ;
increase in deposits, $664,000.
The weekly, statement of the Philadeldhia
Banks show a decrease of $5533 in loans
$36,511 in specie,' $281,807 in deposits, and
an increase of $129,914 in circulation.
The Boston bank war has reached a climax
by the managers of the Suffolk Bank issuing
a circular, announcing that the time has ar e .
rived far t hat institution to surrender the
agency of the foreign money department.
INVIIESSTING STATISTICS.-Among other inter
esting facts of Dram's statistical views of the
United States, we may mention that the foreign
vote of the country is one-twelfth of the whole . ;
that the State of New York has about one-eigth
of the population of the Union ; that there is
one house to every six persons in the country ;
that th.e number of persoturwho live east of the
Mississippi is twelve times greater than those
who live west thereof; the distance between
New York and New Orleans e more than that
between London and Constantinople, or Paris
and St. Petersburg; over two-fifths of the nae
tional territory is drained by the Mississippi and
its tributaries; of the 1597 newspapers publish
ed in the United States in 1850, 855 were Whig
and 742 were Democratic. There are four hun
dred thousand Indians within our territory; at
the close of the Revoliation, there were but 86,-
OCO in the old thirteen States,according to en es
timate by Gov. Knox : direct and indirect tax
paid by each white person in the country is
$4 25; number of real estate owners 1,500,-
000, or one in about 3.19 of the free males over
twenty-oneyeare of age; number of Federal of
fice holders, (exclusive of the army and navy,)
35,456, a nine-fold increase since 1800, the pop•
ulation having increased five-fold ; one-fourth
part of the people reside in villages, towns and
cities ; the number of people to a dwelling in
New York city averages more than 18, in Boston
nearly ; Nor 141eaus 9-1, in Richmond
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WlLLlABtscoar, October 14 --Andrew Gregg, .
Opposition, is elected to the State tier:ate over . ~.I" ON CITY BANK, '
: Pittsburgh, October 15, 1556. 1
A. J. Dietrich, Detnoorat, by about 750 majority. . ~, .
.-- '. ",- ,'- NoTI:2E is heretn - gicso that an election for thir-
Both the People's cardids;• ,4 for the Assembly teen Oh oil ,rs of this I natitettbm, to .• :ye for the es
were elected, and also the enti• a conuty ticket. suittg y, al, will lehld nt the Panting iloo.o. on MUN-
I DAY, 111,, 15th any of November nett, between ilie hoofs of
James T. Hale's majority Over Wht tr, Democrat, to A la. and 3 P Bt.
(the present member,) is over 2000. And in nceordance with the act of Assembly ' ii cenoralj
SCRANTON, Ootober 14 --SIIIIIVAII county gives melding of the 'Stockholders will be held on lIIESDAY, the
',II day a November, at the Banking Honee, at 10 o'clock,
the following Democratic) majorities : For Su-
A- EL By order of the Bord of Directors.
preme Judge, Win. A. Porter, 181 ; Catill Cum ocls td JOHN 111AGOFFIN, Cashier.
missioner, W. Fre:l94'2ol ; Congress, Allison : — _
ALLEOHISNY BANK OY PITT.',BURGH, l .
White 175 ; Legislature, Jackson 600 ; (hits 512. October 13th, 1358. j
The whole Democratic oeuuty ticket is elected. AN AN ELECTION for thirteen Directors of the Bank
In 1856, the majority- in Sullivan county for will be held lit the Banking Bonne, on MONDAY,
Novemb. r 15th, between. the hours of 9 A H. and ' o'clock,
I White was 181.
Honesdale—Wit H. Dimmick has been p u . , 7. k.t.t..s ga l Fat s m ov e e e m ti l i , if t of the Stockholders will it held
3d, at 10 o'clock, A 11
elected to Congress.• oels:td J. W. COOK, Caviller.
Westohester county.—Returns ere received
from all but eight townships, for Congress ; they I o
foot up as follows :—John Hickman, anti-Le- , AND
compton Democrat, 6021 ; John M. Brownell,
Opposition, 4308 ; Charles D. M3uly, Democrat, i STEAM NAVIGATION GUIDE,
I ndirtna FrAect lon
INDIANAPOLI, Ooteber 14 —l.Luse ecidnty,
official—The Republican State ticket hes. 98 ma
First District—Niblack, Democrat, 19 elected
by about SOO majority.
Eighth District—Wilson, the Republican can
didate for Congress, has 120 majority. Th
whole Repub loan ticket is elected, and two Re
publican members of the Legislature:
Delaware—The official majority for the Re
publican State tickot is 59.
Fifth District—Kilgore, the Republican can
didate for Congress, has 51 majority.
In the Fourth Congressional District, Dann,
Republican, is undoubtedly tinted over Hughes,
I Administration Democrat, by from 300 to 500
In the Second District, English, Admiuistra-
lion Democrat, is elected.
Seventh District—John 0. Davis, Independent
and anti Lecomptou Democrat, the rr•:sent mem
ber, is re elected by a majority of from 300 to
Tenth District—Case, Republican, the present
member, is re-elected by about GOO majority.
The Republicans claim 13 out of 25 St a t e s et ,.
stars, and 57 out of 100 members of the Legid-
The Republicans are rejoicing to-night, aan
none are firing, bonfire 6 are blazing,.Tvitli speak
BUULINGTON, Otter 14 —Uesmoiree
0E66111.-102 majority for Trimble, Democrat.
Henry county-665 majority for Curtis, Repub
lican. Jefferson county-173 oejurity for Cur
tie. Wapello county-100 majority for Trimble.
All the above are Rebubhint] vine since 1857.
LTON3, October 13 --F.ve tortnelupe in this
county give Leffingwell, Democrat, for Congreee,
64 majority. iu the count mil be
Da V BNPOELT, OOLOber 13.—The Republican
majority on the State - and Congressional tickets
is about 350. In Soott county, Bennett, the In
dependent candidate for Judge, has 227 1319.-
WasuisaTozi CITY, October 14 —Jeri z to-day
had a long interview with Secretary Cass. Not
withstanding be had previously asserted that he
had full power to ratify the Cass-Yriasari treaty .
and to finally arrange all matters pertaining
thereto, without the necessity of referring it
bank to Nicaragua, it appears from the official
documents just submitted by him to the State
Department, 3..11 of which a translation was im
mediately made, that he is empowered only to
act in order that the amendments made by the
Assembly of Nicaragua to the treaty any bo
substantially carried into effect. Th.a ii the
language employed, but it is not considered
sufficient to meet the demands of our gcvatu
ment. The Secretary of t3nite wilt have a
eultation with the President to morrow,
Jeri z will soon thereafter be infez EWA of too re
sult. His miss,ion is generally considered os" a
an end, and unless he has document+ of a im r.
satisfactory character to preent, ho will very
shortly be dismissed,
From Now York
NE vcYcrs.K., October 14 —The celebrated Pritu
Donna; Pim' , mine, with a suite of ton pr,.ons,
arrived this afternoon on the steamer North Star,
The British frigate Valorous has arrived from
Plymouth, via Fayal. She brings forty-two of
the passengers rescued from the Austria, who
were landid at Fayal by the Maurice C. Mancha
-ker. Professor Eiefield, of New York, and ,C
Becker, of Westphalia, remained in the hospital
at Fayal, being badly bruised.
The Valorous is to convey Sir William Oar@
Ousley to Nicaragua.
From St. Louts
ET. Louis, October 14.—The steamer Carrier
was MILK in the Missouri river, on Tuesday
afternoon. The boat was valued at $30,000.
She was partially insured in Pittsburgh offices.
Her cargo was eavod in a damaged condition.
A meeting was field in the Chamber of Com
merce, yesterday, as a testimonial of respect to
E. M. Ryland, late President. The members
will attend the funeral in a body, and the
Chambers will be draped in mourning for thirty
Fatal Affray at Nashville.
NASHVILLE, October 14 —A desperate fight
took place at the Fair grounds yesterday. Twelve
or fifteen venoms were en gsged in it. The origin
was a family feud. Sandy Owen killed hie
brother, was dangerously wounded Gen. Joel.
A. Battelle had his skull fractured, and Samuel
Cowan was mortally wounded.
Steamer Collapsed—National florae Show
DETROIT, 07tober 14.—The steamer Canada
collapsed a flue on Saginaw river yesterday,
scalding to death three of the crow.
The National Horse Show et Kalamazoo was
largely attended, and in every way successful.
The Yellow Fever in New Orlean,.
NNW ORLEANS, Ootoberl.3.—The deaths from
fever yesterday amounted to forty-six.
Christina, of Spallo;••Speoulations In Cash
--An Enterprising Wainsix.
She is one of the richest individuals in Europe,
and probably one of the greatest business wo
man in the world. Her operations are not con
fined to any one country, or any single class of
securities. She dabbles in everything. Driv
en from Spain, she has her fist in every' specula
tive' projeot in the -Penirrsnla. She has con
tracted with the Pope to build the railways of
the Papal States. Her investments in the,
French tallwap hope been large; s':e has
bought Malmea,son, the former reOletios of Jo
sephine, and now owns the Courier' de Paris
newspaper. She has been one of the most sue,.
eessful operators in the Cuban slaveotrade, and
has innumerable projects in Cuba—among which
are the Havana gas works, several fine sugar es
tates, and many traots of fine lands,; At one
time when she was paramount in Spain, it is.
said she offered to lend her influence ti) the sale
of Cuba to us, provided we would give her
theland the walls of Havana stand on. She
has two or three agents in this eouritr, —one in
Philadelphia, one in New Orleans, and one with
out a fixed location. Each of these is supposed to'
control investments to the amount Of one or
two milinos et:dollars, scattered in real estate,
railway securities and State stooks.
A Great Diedlelne Ror Ferttaßep.
Hundreds of stimulants have been invented and
sold, purporting to be specific) in the various diseases
and derangements - to' which the delicate form of we
man render bar subject. The result of all these
stimulants has been to impart momentary activity to
the nervous eystazo, and false vizor 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 themsefves up 14 ,
these false remedies, have finally ended in 'destroying
what little vital organisation was left. But in using
" Barrhaoe's Holland Bitters" you will dad no each
disastrous results. It is a purely vegetable, com
pound, prepared on strictly selen , ific principles, tft'ter
the manner of the celebrated Holland Professor,
Uterhavo. Under its influence every nerve and mus
cle receives nett i&ength and' vigor, appetite and
sleep return, and, flnalfy, perfect health. ;See adver
tisement in another colamrt.
Caution /—Be carefUl to ask f Bcerharie's Holland
Bitters. Sold at $1 per bottle, or six bottles for 35,
by the sole Proprietors, Benjamin Page, Jr., ,
N 0.37 Wood street, between First and Second streets,
end Draggles ¢o rolls
A.'B6 - F M . ARSIIV.G I
T, Impoktere and hlanufacturore of _ 7 1 1
0 I ~A R •=s
AND GENERA' • CO,V MIS RION, ARRaliAzrrs,
Pr 44 d g West Lombard St., Italttthore,
We i n vite the egention or the trade to our time and well
astOrtedetheit o$ Gomm and nquleare Cigar!. Our thrill
tits for importing semen . e? the Yerjetlcfei; eorten•nt,
are unsurpease by any hoes:eln the States. 'while large con'--`
tracts made by one of the flraidurlng.thie dull tlinc. r
inany;_ enable tut to hold 'out' exhat Indacemente to mar
ttiand 4 at Preselg"
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,:. , W=#,1tt.: , z7,:i.:7.7;
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FOR OCTOBER=SECOND EDITION
PORTRAIT OF STEPHEN 8. L'IIOMMEDI EU, Prohident •
of C., U. and D. It. R.
RAILWAYS AND T RIR PROGRESS; Time Tables,
Baltimore and Ohio Railway, Camden and Amboy Railway,
Long Island Railway, the Atlantic and (3reat Western Rail
way, Quaker Railway, Pa; Chin and Mis:lspippi Railway;
Map of the Atlantic Telegraph; An Importat Telegraph;
Cleveland and Toledo Railway; Presentation of a Service of
Plate lo E B. Philips, Erq.
NEW /NYENTIONS—haiI Scperstrctures; Now Mod
of Laying It , ihr, New Stearn Valve; Improved Bridges.
DOTES Ali!) INCICE NTS OF TRAVIP —Oad to
Itadred; A iece of ) e ntlautic COLIC; A F.t Woman in
• • •
UNITED STAYS , ; TIME tN the
difference of time between the various Cil ios of the United
States, includmg San France.,o, Trinity ilt•y, Eon , Found
land, Valentin Day, Ireland, I ••nt.to nod Ragland—with
MAP VI? THE ATLANTIC TELEtIP. APH—Aud routes
to Europe, California, and Frazer's River.
A LAME STEEL PLATE MAP of the Railways in the
INDF X of upward of 2100 principal towns In the United
States, io connection with Railway's.
THROUGH ROUTES to and from all the principal cities
in the United States, with maps and other information.
A LIFT OF PROMINENT HOTELS iu the principal
cities of the Union.
A OVAETTEER OP VIE UNITED STATES, arranged
under the separate maps of Railways.
stsrY•PIVE MAPS of the principe Railways. •
NEW TIME '/ABLII:S., coirectt d to date.
S EA ' , I BOAT ROUTES, to and trout the different cttics
In the United states and Canadas, with a large variety of
local and vuluablo information.
COIIO9 Hint by rm.!, pwit,priid, on receipt of price
DitA'lrb TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL
EAU.; OF VALUABLE 80013.8 At the Commercial
non gooms, No. 51 Fifth street, on Tau us D.AO7, F ADAY
and SATU,DAY .ATILMINGS, October 14, 15 and 16, 'at 7
a'clock, Mr. Pratt will continue his Twenty-First Annual
dole of Books in this city. Puhlic attention is respectfully
invited to this collection of flocks, believed to bo one of the
largest and most valuable in every department of Worn.
taro, Selene° and. Art, ever offered at auction in Lois city.
In the collection are such works as Encyclopedia Ameri..
calm, 14 vols.; Washington Irving's works, 15 vole; The
Abboteferd edPieli of the Waverly P:ovals, 12 vole , etc., etc.
Alro, Splendid Family and Pocket Bibles and Prayer
Books, several hundred reels of letter,
c p, commercial,,
rote, till and hates httli paper, Fr.it's Preadurn Diamohd .
Pointed Gold Pew, r nvolopen, largo and small; Port Yolks,
Bale pes,tive and without r-..erye. L3tbes and gentlonen
are respacOnii ; inv.,' to call and txamine the stock lbw
lug the d.,y, which will be sold at sec . low prices at private
sale (cc f.) I' M. DA 10, Auctioneer.
11) - AROUCLIE AND BUGGY, AT AUC-
T.lO 1. 7 .—T 11 .:t MoliN (NG, October 151 h, at 11 o'clock
at tbo Commercial ales Rooms, 64 nit b street, will be sold,
oue substantial Fast( en made Barcuche; one superior East
ern wade Buggy. (0015) P. el. DAVIB, Auct'r.
BRICK DVIELLINk4 - ROUSES AND
LOTS IN T EIU (ITU WARD AT AUCTION.—
fUESDAY E vEN it, October 19th, at 7 o'clock, et the
0 =uncial SL'al-e Roams, No. 64 Fifth street, will be sold
the; I •rgo eml vs lot of g-onod, having a front on
Pentuyl caul IWCIJ .r Marton streat, ocd extending
ty,c , 2. - . 1 ',AI feet to no ol'ey '2l f , et atde, t.n .. well
el,Ol brie. do eIL g.. to,. elor L.; .1 0:11 , r bulld•
gl Ono lot of g.oucel at the corner 0 Marlon and L
en.r. 4tre..t.l, ha; lag a front t.n Y.tirion 4t; cot of 20 f , e., at
xtending b:tc t along Locust street 103 f.,ct inch,
hick ate er-cttd two b'ie tonemtme. Title indirpa
'1 z One-half Caen, ltlanc , m iiiLL Yt'ar
cc , 6
- IATILEDIIALt CLIA.NTS.—A 0011ra . ..0n of
cathedral .Chantli ilchading ', , he Gregorian
anapted to no can , icles and occlarmal s.rvicee ut t
oteAtant Epircopal Cron - ch. AlPo, Services for th. lio!y
Coniniuu.un and the Buda ol the I:ead. by S. P. Tr.c.k« , r
taan, .11u6. Dcc. Fur a3,la by JO:iN "
El '" , lld tre.
11 - 0 - NITON LACE COLLARS,
DATES. -15 Matte Dates, fresh, just re
calved and for fate by
No. 39 Wood street, opposite St Charles
- MESH TOMATO.-103 dozen in guar
cane, jwit received Bnd or sale bp
REIM - a & ANDERSON,
No. 89 Wood in, oppcsito Bt. Clißriei Bode!
~~~.~~~ y~ l
.. ._ ..
Price, 26 Cents
For sale by
E. M. JENKINS & CO.,
Railroad Depot, Allegheny City
A NEN Lt)T Al! LOW PRICES,
Just vp,med ei
I.IOD.NE'S, D. 77 Market Strre
25 baits W;
10 " W. Nu. 1 ;
15 " 11;
15 " Y., Just rood and for rale by
REYBIEII 4 ANN.:ItBON,
oc7 !No. 30 Wood strcot, oppoefto St. Charier! Ilotel.
OHESTNUTS.-3 barrels Chestnuts, just
received and for tole by
RHYMER dr. ANDERSON,
cels No. 89 Wood street, opposite St. Charles Hotel._
WirEET OIL-15 casks, for Bale by
• B. A. FAT-INE3TOCK & CO.,
coiner of Wood end First street.q.
A SSAICETIDA.-.500 lbs. for sale by
B. A. FATINESTOCK 4: CO.,
earner Wood and First streots
‘.,4 AMMONIA-s'ersks - for sale by
-• • -- B. A. VAHNEST . 'Ca" A , CO.,
uttr,Wcrod and Fir.t strP6V4.
CIASSINETS, CASSIM. , . RES, KLNIUC
Iv ICY Jean., and all kindo of Goods ter Sleu and Bove
weor, very cheap. Please give n,!l. RANG
ae t all ,
°elf, 7-4 Market street.
T - -17‘,FUR lIAT
'..t'obti street, nor to S. McOltirkan's
Sedierv. 3:10 0pp0,1 , 0 the .Bxcels , or Eating House,
IN NV..PAT hay acompi-,e assortment cm Fars, MAP,
Caps, kc. Ladle .' and oinalemeD'n Fors dethed and falter
ed to the ne.,, , est fashion, and at the shortest notice. Good
and tasteful work warranted, , El 4 Donnelait received a
Diploma and toe brat prize at ro,locihl Exhibition,
Ctutida; and hat werkest in the I rgesl cities in the world—
London, Paris, Flerlin , tni.terdate, War.law, Hamburg,
ew York,. and Montreal. As a practical w•rkman,her.no•
ilcits the patronage of the public of Pittsburgh. Burg,
Cir.pes. Gloves, Cloaks and Plus!, Caps made to order.
../a7 Celt paid, for Fora. ee29
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED
STATE .AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY,
To GRAFF & CO., Manufacturers.
For the best Cooking Range for families ;
Cooking riterte for coal:
-" - " cfor wood.
Diploma for beet Lanndrey. Also, on hand a large assort
ment of Heating Sttlyes, Plain and Fancy Grate krauts,
Fenders, Sad and Dog Irons, Sugar Kettles. Tea Settles,
, Wagon Borne, Hollow Ware, etc. GRAFF & CO.,
oc7:lYriiir i No. 121Wcioct street.
LAKE' SUPERB 611 COPPER MILE
PARK, M'CURDY CO,,
ft/14N UFACTURERS OF SEE ATIIING,
iv it lltailers' - and Bolt Copper, Premed Copper Bottoms,
Eta, .1 8 rill Bottoms, Spaltor also importers and
'deaths In Metals, Tin Plato, Slioet Iron, Wire, &c. Constantly
on Muid, Tinmon's lachines and Tools: Warehouse, No. 149
First, and 120 Second otroet, Pittsburgh, Pa. Special orders
of Copper., cut to any desired pattern. -; my29:lydaw
NEW GOODS. 1558; NEIAY:GOODS.
AT J. BUSH'S
A - o 65 RarLzl,l, Cerond Doo:rfrom, Corner of Itnath.
THE UNDERSIGNED.-WILL OPEN ON
ilondaY, Eeptemhir 11th, his well aelected stock of
the latest styles in Dreas and illoak Trimmings, Rennet
Ribbons Flowers and Posehos, a complete assortment of
- Embr oideries, . .
- Children's Robe's,
Weida and Cans
Stet'and Shawls and Wrolen
Cloaks for Children, nosiory, Gloves, Gsimtlets, Alexander
& Taaven'a Kid 'iloves; Freud" Corsets, Sh&pea, Expansion
Skirts, and Based% (new styles,) filmtland Wool, Elephin
Woorated, Pierpon Paper, Pattrras, Embroidered Slipperin
'Patti 1113 for Meitroideries drawn, and embroideries worked
- at short notice. Vat.cy IleactDresses made to order.
I thank the Lndles for their kind patronage, and hope
they will give me their custom for the fature, as I will a!-
ways do my bet to sell eliera the goods cheap. 'Ladies, Call
and examine the novelties at .L.BUSEUB,
8415:3m 65 Market at., 2d door from Porirth.
e r .A.O B 'lll c TE R,
- • No. 25 Filth Street
DEALER 11 FliiE CIGARS .tt TOBACCO.
Tbo sii)cliUt Chewing Toliteco and itie IYezi oty and gall.
ty of Cigars at this old Oatabliihed stand will be found equal
In quality to any to be had is the city., ee2B
kJ DRAPER AND TAILOR,
NO. 52 sT. ardift,STIMET,
PITTSBURGH, PA., _
Invites public attention to hip new and boantifal assort.
neat of Pell goods, consisting of Cloths, Cassimerel, Vest,
ht_ and Castings of every variety and style, made lip with
.pronapfilelisTind - dsipaccb, and at rates 44 Ow as at au/
establialunisnrin the dry: _ -I" Z-A 054132,,d-,
:' ' 2 o s-1
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11,0L,gp;:11:1.'Irii:4.e.-I . i - • " 1
BANK OF PITTEBURGII. I
PITISBIRSOB. POtober 14, 1858 j;
AN ELECTION for tbirti en Dltictors of this hoax il AFETV jr‘-.,
will bo hold at the Banking Homo on 51ONDAY, .o
vember 15th, between the hcurs of 10 A. 41., and 2 P.M.
' The annual meeting of StockhOlderawill bo .held on
..,., clt.t , '‘`•: r i....l
M ~ -,
TUESDAY, November 2d, at 10 A. . ~ .'. .'. br. ,, 1C14 , 2._ k ()RYER .t 1,1 : :. .
ocls JOHN lIARPRE, Casliier. .
0 ii 1 LADRii . 4•II . A
CITIZENS' BANK. t :tll AFtiti z' Vlc4
•`;- e arUiRAVACh
P1TT51301:13 11, October 33; 1858. j ON ‘ I:SS F... 4 7, ;
11 ... , , AN ELECTION for tterton bir , ctors, to Serve , , , ARG , ,
for the °netting yea-, will be h-id at the Banking FREIO HT, :), '
- - ~ , ar,i. , ~-.. 1,7.4 la.
Gotraeron MiReDAYi November 15th, between the hours of ;
OA. M., and 2 P. M. 1 h i....,,;,.b I liiu itA..ti 01'8
The annual meeting of the stockholders will be held on On Goods. by River , , Canine, l.dit •.. , t , L.,:. 1 r.'..Arr lege.:
TUESDAY, November 2, at 10 A. M
ail t•ar.r to 11.,.. 1..,,„ 1 ,
ocls E. D. JONES, Cashier. FIIt E I. ^. S 0 .'. i-. : , 1 . 1 :.
MECtIANIOn' BANK OF PITTSBURGH, t on Merchandise genet.s,ty.
Pirraßuaoe, October 14, ISSS J
On Stores, Dwelling I c. 1.3
AN ELECTION f.,r thirteen Direct...re of this Bank A 5.117,3 OF ..f..71; .L'odi : 2.,.1 / .
will be hi ld at the Banking Douse, on MONDAY, No- NoveniLet 2, 1%357.
comber 15th. between th., holm, cf 9 6.. M. and 3 P. M. Bonds, Mortgagee, and goal lintatr. 2101,350 C 3
The annual meeting of S cckholdere will be held on Philadelphia City, and other Loan.l.. ..... .. 1:3 7,0 1 I %.:.
TUESDAY, November 2d, at 10 A. M. i 1 Stock in Banks, Railroad . 4 Gllor.3llraml 12,008
ocl4 GE.). D M'GREIY, Cashier, Companies
' *2O ,29 1 US
Cash ou band . 38,8102 8e
Balance in hands of AgentetPremiunne .
on MarinePoliciesroormtlYisered,oJ c1ia,730 31
other debts due the Company
L ...„ 7 , THE RT. REV. DR. BOWMAN. Assistant Bishop
of the diocese of Pennsylvania will hold an ordina
tion in Trinity Church. on Friday morning next. Service
to commence at half-past ten o'clock. ocl3
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tsblo °yenta and literature of the time. Its amp'e columns
will always contain a goodly store of popular Original Taw.,
Sketches of Adventure on Sea and Land, and Poetic Gems,
Best Aufertcan Authors.
Also, the creme of domestic and foreign news so condensed
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Ale on the FIRST DAT OP NOVEMBER NEXT, at all the principal
periodical and news egoac.cs and repectable literary depots,
in the United Stated and the Canada,.
will ba publiAbud rgnlarly every Saturday, at
GLEASON'S PUBLISNINO HALL,
corner of Treniont and Bromfield Streets, Boston, Biwa., by
Onneral wholesale-agent, A. WINCH,
ocl4.3wdaw 320 Chesnut street, Philadelphia
'PREMIUM' GROCERY STORE.
Cider Vinegar. Silver s.tedal;
Pare Spices, Diploma ;
Pure Mustard, of his own maunf,cture, Prom um;
Seed Sower; . Premium.
And I am dot-'rnjined that all my Groceries shall ben Pre
imam to my cfmtomors. •
Call at the corner of Union street and the Diamond.
ocl3 ' J. D. DRAW.
ti) L AR SAV :C 3 .1 g
CITARTERtD IS 1653.
()PEN DAlLY,:froth 9 to 2 o'olocz. ; also,
on We'iuesduy and tiaturday evenings, from 31.7 .- 12. t
t Novetubcr lot, from 7 to 9 o'cioca; and trout
let to May let, from:O to 3 o'clock.
Deposits received of all BUMS um, lone than O'e
and a .iivideail of the pronto declared tAlce :
and December. Interwt has been doctored ;pull at]. t. r A:Iy,
In Juno and December. aiuco the Dank has twee
at Lilo rats Of silt per cont. a year.
Interest, if not drawn out, is placed to the Cred.: ~; 1.11,
depositor as principal, and bears the entire interest t: act the
Scot days of Juno and December, compounding twic, yPs. -
without troubling the depositor to call or oven to
his pass book. At this rate, money will double in lees that,
I,`Aohn years, making in the aggregate knolls' AFB ONN-Lat:
P. 213. cam:. A 'YEAR..
hooka containing the Charter. By-Laws, Pollee arid floor
lationn,COrniethee gratis, on application at the ogre.
William 8. Lovely,
William J. Anderson. James W. Hallman,
John G. liackofen, Charles 'llium,
Albert Culbertson, P. A. Madeira,
John B. Canfield, John H. Mellor,
.1. Gardiner Collin, - Walter P. Mamball,
Alonzo A. Carrier, Wilson Miller.
David Campbell. A. M. Pollock, M. D.
Charles A. Colton, Henry L. Itingwalt,
William Douglass,, , ,Jelin.M.Bawyer,
Francis Felix, • ' rtlicoigb -B. Belden,
Ceorgo F. Gillmoro, Alexander Tindle.
James S. Hoon, Theobald Umbstaetter,
William S. Ha-n, George B. White,
Bccreittnartil .i.feattIVET—CHAB. A. COLTON
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER I
GENCINE HAVANA CIGARS,
VIRGJIIA CHEWING TOBACCO,
UNDER TUB PT. CSARLES HOTEL,
ocll PITTSBURGH. PA.
I.IENRY OERWRI, Manufacturer of all
sines of Ilemp and Tarred Bopea, Manilla'and Llemp
Bed Cords, fine and common Packing Yarn, Tarred and
SP= Yarn, Sash and Bell Cord, Wool Twine, Broom Tying
and Sewing Twine, Plat and Cottm Seine Twine, etc.
A fall supply of thci above articles constantly on hand, or
made to order, at the lowest math prices.
Warehouse, N 0.48 9, corner of Penn and Walnut streets,
taro squares above the Pittsburg,b, Port Wayne and Chicago
Railroad Freight Depot, Pittsburgh, Pa.
an26:3m-mw kterw. ,
Allegheny Bridge Company
INSTALMENT NOTICE.—In pnreuaneo of
a Resolution of the President arid alai:tigers of tbo
Company for erecting a bridge over the Allegheny riv,v,
opposite Pittsburgh, in the county of Allegheny, the second
installment oft lye Dollars a share, on the new Capital
Stock of the Company, will be payable to the Treasurer on
the 20th day of October next. WhL ROSEBURG,
De Haven, Campbell & itt!rbury,
GOOK, PARLOR AND HEATING' STOVES,
SAD IRONS, SASH WEIGHTS,
WINDOW GRATINGS, PLOW POINTS,
CAST IRON HOUSE FRONTS, ETC.
JOl3 CASTINGS OF ALT. IDESOFIPTIONB.
0E1.4189 RESPECTEDLLT SOLICITED.
WAREHOUSE, NO. 18,Wd:10711 ST.,
se2L-2m ev-TTI PITTSBURGH. FA '
VXECUTOR'S NOTlCE.—Noties is here
by given that Letters Testamentary upon the estate'
of 'JOHN SIMON KORNER, late of Sewickley town9lo,
Allegheny County, Pa., decemed, have been granted to the
tinderaigneld. All persons indebted to said estate will make
payment, and those having claims will present them d... 15
aushent:cated to the subscribers, within two - menthe.
Both of Economy township, Beaver counts, Pa. Poet °Rise,
Ecotit.my. sal I:6s ev-v , r
J. EISILITY ..... JOHN' PHILLM ........ —JOS. H.DLTIS
(Firm of J. At ILllipt J
DAVIS & PHILLIPS,
(Soccevo:e to Phillipt tk Co.)
BRASS FOUNDERS AND:MISES
PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS
CHANDELIERS, PENDENTS AND BRACKETS
STORE, NO. 67 WOOD BTREET, •
FOUNDRY AND SHOP, NO 148 FIRST SZ,
REASE.--In cane, kegs and bbla, re
:' aired and for sale by BSon,Y H. COLW2IB.
No. 65 lbw:T. Y.: r±!',
John U. Stmentxrgo-r,
N. Grattan Murphy,
Imac M. rennocji,
games I). Sally,
John S. Coegrave,
James U. Himd,
William ?lyre, Jr .
J. i. PCilititoll,
Jastms P. Eyre,
Joseph L. Befit,
&dinned A. Booth
John C. Davis,
John R. Penroee,
George G. Leipar,
Dr. R. M. Huston,
William C. Lndwig,
Jacob P. Jonea,
Taos. 0. ilkao, Vthe I're3t.
Earns LYLour.v, -A.OriAnt,
1)5 — ll 7 l s.. rtr
T H E UAE 4 T I,V ESTE N
S Fire aced triarqlo lunktrane , z
Office in Company's Building, No. 403 iVcanuk
Corner of Fourth Street
Capital paid In—.
Burping, JaDury 17,t,
YULE Or Ugh NOE—Llgd tad or Perpetual.
MA.I3INE 11.481:111.ANCE,1 on Vessels, Cargo aid Prolghter.
INLAND INSINIANCE I by Rivera, Gala, Lakes m4.+
Charles C. Lathrop, 1429 Walnut street.
William Darling, 1510 pine street.
Alexander Whiliden, Nterehant, 19 North ifrool.
Isaac Hazlehurst, Attorney and Counsellor.
John C. Hunter, firm of Wright, Gunter A.
E. Tracy, firm of Tree) [it CU., Goldsmith's Hell.
John R. AleCrtriiy, llrmlof Janes, White McCurdy
Thomas L. Gillespie, tirm of OilleNpie Zeiler.
James B. Smith, firm of James B. tfinith A. CO.
Hon. henry M. Fuller, [office 2.t."7 :myth Third street.
John C. Vegdes, office dorner of Ser-nth .
James Weight, late Oalhier Bahl; of Tioga.
Alfred Talor (Alice Cairo City Properly.
Jona J. Slocum, office 2.26 South Third street.
C C. LATlitti)P, President.
W. i ARLIN , J, Vice President
LEWIS GREGO,'.Y, fir-n^h (‘''Oce 8 WI - et Y
SeCOLid Vice Presq, " , • •
JAMES NVRIGIIT, F cretary and Treasurer.
H. K. RIOHAItISON, Arastant Fecretasy
R. W. POlt , likfirElt, Agent.
a 9:tim ; 97 Water :twat, l'ittaburgh
INSURANCE COMPAN V,
OF PITTSBUIZG E.
.7., , 0LES aIriTELF
EENRY M. ATTVOCID, Sv7rotari.
WILL INSURE AGAINST ALL ii ?!'`
DI Altlrd - E•• Big ;F.
A SSEV—MAY 201 u, 1958.
Stook., bue 131112, payable ou demand, - , ,t.- - ..crod by two
approved namos...3 *llO,OOO 00
Premium Notes 3 47 04:23 29
Bills Receivabl • 9. a 613 21
• . - - - - • .
116 shares Idechanid? Bank stock•, c0at.....,. 0.105
60 do Bank of Pit:Lan:ugh do oo 2,750 00
40 do Exchangi. Bank do e.o 2,050 00.
100 do Cu.iy.ans paak do do • 1,116 00
Balance of Book AcCouutd '4,058 89
Office Furniture.... 690 88
Cash ............... . 1 S 868 78
(I..e.;fge A. Berry',
ikuuka,, H. Clarto,
Jufin n'th-ts , It;
'Nei. h. (..1.3.6dwi
Jeni , et 9. 33ntrhipnn
Wm. B. Ilolmep,
Pennr3ivania insurane, Company
C.:o' F.,:art.ii street.
Jacob Pain Fu
W. S . NTrlirlde.
A. O. Stostpsrm
..: 1',.±.1 AND MARINE
Dice Praa dent—RODY
CITIZENS' INSURANCE COMPANY
WILLIAM BAGALZY, Preatd3nt.
seitrum , L. MA' Pft3E..i3ll, adcrotary.
0177 CE; 94 water ' , tree., belweet; Mcrictl. a:A Ifb,xt stredi
Jo-ll:sures lIITI4L AND CAECiO LIBELS, on the Ohio
end Mississippi - Rivets end tributaries. •
Insures against Lass or 'Damage by YIR_U.
Also, against the eir - ,11! cf the Eea and inland Navigation
William Bagaley, Dept. Mark Sterling,
Samuel Rea ,I Samuel M. Kier,
James AL CZopar, John B. Dilw rth,
James Park, Jr:, Vrancie Bollard, - 4
Isaac M. Pennock, William D. Hap:. . .
Springer Harbangh, John Shipton, -
Capt. Samuel C. Young, Walter Bryant,
John CaldwellJ Ja22 -
PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE
No. 842 Chesnut Street,
tipp.)site the Custom Masse.
4ither..E A ro Lg4 .t
an K i l N ot, D L S i
mi o o.. F d
e S vo U r3 ;
description of Property or Merchandise, at ri..aaoliabte rates
i:OBEBT P. FLING, P. - et - ado/It.
1. W. BALDWIN; Vice Pren,jd*.Lt.
Charles Hayee,3 E. B. Cope,
B. B. English, George W. Brown,
P. B. Savory, Joseph B. Paul,
C. Sherman, John Clayton,
S. J. Magargeo C. ?Incr.
J. G. COFFIN, Agent,
Ccraer Third and Wood stroete.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY.
Capital Aepresemitod i t33,ooo,ooU.
COMPANIES OF !HIGHEST STANDING, Chat's‘rerl by
Pennsylvania and other States.
FIRE, MARINEJAND LIFE RISKS TAKEN, OF ALL
!€o. Gar - 15.01Uit'EGGE sThros...e.
L . A. C1AR , 211.2 [ PITTSBULth,
. 6 CL16.111:03 rcie3o-1 y 1
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST
LITEIOGIIAPEIIO ESTA.L.LISHMENT IN THE CI rY
WM. , SCHITCH3IAN,
Caper Third and Market Weds,
D 11678 COLL2CM BUILDiNGO,
TERRA COTTA OR STONE
WAVER PIP : 4 -1 41 So
From two to six inch efdibro.
PRICES frig 12 to 30 CaTIO . por Foot.
For Salo Wholesale at tranulaot tarAllra
F6BWAEJ)ING 414 D
COMMI SI3 10 Fa Cf3EFiCHAF 7 ,
Arri) ViIOIS3AL3 DIAIX3 nr
ongacsE., iitUTTEB., SiElir;DE,
AND o.orotrer4 GENE:BALM
No. 26 WOOD 8.1"...-14ZT,.PM-BDURGEL.
ARD—Two kegs prime for Bale by
[Ck.13 . 1 WjL if. S3IITII & CO
IHEESE.-000 W. R. Cutting Cheese just
oat i lIEDIRY -EL COLLINS.
CIHELDRE MERINO SHIRTS AND
N./ DRAWESS, in all elzea.'at low prima, at
' oeS /1(1111278.17 Market street.
V71:1 . :' , ,d L. It
r' c ,rot..
. 55,277 05
.; :I a Taggart,