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JAMES P. BARR,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR,
Departure and Arrival of Passenger
Pittsburgh, Byrt Wayne and Chicago Railroad.
(From corner of Liberty and Grant streets, Pittsburgh.)
Leave Pittsburgh. Crestline. Ft. Warne
Express Tram ...... _19,15 A. M. 6:58 A. M. 101 M
Mall Train.- 6:50 A. M.
.12:50 P. M. 8:45 P. 51. 230 A. Id
Arrive at Chicago
Express, 6,47 P. M. I Express,..- 8,17 A. 51
Returning, a rive at Pittsburgh :
Mail, 8:25 P.M. I Express, 0.30 P. DI. I Express, 2:20 A. 11,1
(From Federal Street Station, Allegheny.)
New Brighton Accommodation.. 9:30 A. M.
.. 6:05 A. AL 12:10 P. M
(From corner of Liberty and Grant streets.)
9:05 P. M. 12:45 P. M.
2:50 A. 51. 11:50 P. M.
4.20 P. M. 12:30 A. M.
The Johnstown Way Passenger
First Turtle Creek
Second " "
Mail Train. 7:00 A. M. 6:15 P. M
Express Train 4:30 P. M. 8:45 A. 51
Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad.
(From corner of liberty and Grant streets.)
Express Train 12.15 A. M. 2.40 A. M.
Mail Train 6.25 A. M. 4.00 P. 51.
Fast Line_ 1.05 P. 51. 8.30 P. 51.
Wellsville Accommodation 6.00 P. M. 11.00 A. 71.
Pittsburgh, Oa?limb. and Cincinnati RaHroad.
(From Liberty and Grant streets.)
Leaves Pitta. Columbus. Arr. in Cin.
Fast Line 12.15 A. 51. 8.00 A. 51. 11.30 A. M
Express Train.. 1.05 P. M. 1 30 A. M. 7.30 A.
Death of Another Member of the Bar,
Augustus Reed Washlug ton—Proreed—
to in the Courts.
At the opening of the District Court on Sat
urday morning, Hon. Charles Shaler announc
ed, in feeling terms, the death of Augustus
Reed Washington, sL member of our bar, who,
after lingering 'for years under the terrible
blight, consumption, died on Saturday morn
ing, at six o'clock, at his residence on Penn
street. The Judge spoke of the character of
deceased, the estimation in which he was held
by his brethern of the bar, and moved that out
of respect to his memory the Court adjourn.
Judge Williams, in adjourning the Court
until Wednesday morning next, spoke in fitting
terms of the deceased.
On motion of R. B. Carnahan, Esq., Hon.
Charles Shaler was then called to the chair as
President of a meeting to take some action
concerning the death of Mr. Washington. J.
F. Slagel, Joseph Knox and J. B. Sweitzer,
Esqs., were chosen Secretaries.
R. Biddle Roberts, 0. H. Rippey and Robert
Woods, Esqs., were appointed a committee on
Daring their absence Jasper E. Brady, Esq.,
indulged in a few solemn and impressive go
marks, descriptive of the character and virtues
R. Biddle Roberts, from the committee on
resolutions, now read the following, with a few
introductory remarks. The resolutions were
"Y 31 '
Tiassi—Daily, Five Dollars per year, atnctly in ad
vance. Weekly, Single subscriptions Two Dol
lars per year; in Clubs or five, One Dollar.
. 6:00 A. M. 1:10 P. M.
:1:50 P. M. 11:00 A. M.
.11:20 A M. 6:50 A. M
. 4:30 P. M. 12:30 A. Al.
-.... 6:20 P. Dl. 6:15 P. Di
Pittsburgh and (lanelZsrille Railroad.
(From Liberty anti Grant streets.)
Wapitis. Tha bar of Pittsburgh have heard with deep
and unfeigned sorrow of the death of Augustus R.
Washington, Esq., and
Rewired, That in his death this bar is deprived of an
upright, intelligent- accomplished and talented mem
ber, society of a useful and good citizen, and his family
of a kind husband and indulgent father.
Beratced. That we tender to his bereaved family our
sincere condolence in this sad hour, tulip conscious
that to them the loss is indeed irreparable, endeared as
he was to them by the amiability of his temperament.
and the beauty of los disposition, shown moat brightly
in the home circle.
Besoiredi That we wttl attend the funeral, and %tear the
usual badge of mourning.
Rasoked, That the officers of this ineetine he a com
mittee to communicate a espy of these resolutions to
the family of deceased.
Resolvei, That the Courts of this county be requested
to spread these resolutions on their minutes.
Air. Knox desired to add his testimony to
what had already been said relative to the good
qualities of the deceased, his character as
man, and his ability as a lawyer. He gave a
pathetic account of the evening preceding his
death, which he spent in his company, and
said that he died in the hope of a happy fu
Mr. Buckmaster followed in a like tribute
to the departed, after which the meeting ad
In the,United States Court the death of de
ceased was announced by United States Dis
trict Attorney Roberta. Ho was followed by
Judge ]'Candles, who stated that the Court
cordially responded to the eloquent and juiit
tribute paid by the District Attorney to the
memory of Mr. Washington. We knew him
well; he was a sound and discriminating law
yer, an urbane and accomplished gentleman,
and in all the relations of life a most estimable
citizen. All sympathise with the Bar in its
loss, and with his family in their great bereave
ment, and in testimony of the respect enter
tained by the Court for his memory, the Court
will slow adjourn.
Previous to adjournment the above resolu
tions were adopted.
In the Court of Quarter Sessions, Robert
Woods, Esq., announced Mr. Washington's
death, moved that the Court adjourn, and read
a copy of the above resolutions.
Mr. John H. Hampton paid an eloquent
tribute tO the character of deceased, with whom
he was intimately acquainted—his qualities as
a man, and his integrity as a lawyer. He said
that he had left on the records of this Court
many evidences of his skill and accuracy, and
that he was endeared to all who knew him.
He regretted that one so universally esteemed
should have been cut off in the very morning
of life, and trusted that when others were call
ed they might be as well prepared as the de
Mr. Marshall said he had the privilege of
knowing the deceased well, and he could say,
that in the sphere in which he moved he had
no superior as a lawyer—being always neat as
a penman, tasteful and accurate. As a man ho
was courteous, dignified, exact and accom
plished. When he entered the social circle,
he threw off his legal surroundings and shone
forth a bright ornament. To know him was
to love him dearly. Ho had known him long
end appreciated his worth, but had never
known him do anything which did not become
a high-minded man. He had no stormy power
of argument, but what was better, a quiet,
thoughtful appreciation of right, and the abili
ty to maintain it. He was a connexion of the
illustrious Washington family—and in all the
Tirtues which made that family so eminent, he
failed in none. He was graceful and and hap
py, kind in every relation of life—a tender
husband and an affectionate friend—and the
speaker was happy to bear testimony to his
Mr. Hopkins alluded feelingly to the latter
clays of his illness, and remarked that to the
last be had a kind word and a sweet smile for
C. M'Clure Hays, Esq., did,not wish to mul
words on this melancholy occasion, but
to add a few remarks. We are called upon, he
said, to deplore the death of no ordinary man
—one young in years, but old in every thing
which became a man. He was not of the
common herd—for moral worth, professsional
ability, and pure integrity, he stood, if not
alone, among those who stood above. He al
luded to hie social qualities, remarking that he
had been an associate of his—that in field
sports, on mountain or prairie, he was more
than a companion ; at the fireside, more than a
brother ; in the forum, more than a lawyer.
After an allusion to his lingering illness under
the fell disease to which he was a victim, and
his travels in hopes of regaining health, he
said that he was heartily glad to say that when
the summons came from the Court of Heaven
he was ready to answer—which he hoped might
be true of all of us—and that our end might be
Judge M'Clure said he knew and felt that
the remarks made by gentlemen of the bar
were true—they were not exaggerated. He
had lived a close neighbor to Mr. Washington,
and during the summer had spent every night
or two with him at his own request. The gen
tlemen of the bar, as well as the court, knew
119 w eminently feithfal and exemplary the
deceased had been in every relation of life—
as a son, husband, father, brother, lawyer, and
citizen. During the last four months he had
spent much time with the deceased—and it was
delightful to converse with him. The nearer
his approach to the consummation of all things
earthly, his mind brightened, and there was
an expressive precision in his ideas, which were
clothed in language no lees clear and excellent.
He knew that his end was approaching, and
looked at the grim tyrant Death with a calm
eye and smiling countenance—with that calm,
deliberate courage which, let us talk as we may
in our lighter moments—Christianity alone can
inspire. He had spoken seemingly cold and
distant—but it was under constraint—as he
feared to trust himself to express the emotion
which he felt at the death of this most excel
Judge Maynard remarked that although a
comparative stranger in the community, and
consequently without an acquaintance with Mr.
Washington, he felt that be could mingle his
sympathies with the Court, the bar, and the
family of the deceased. He alluded to the
praise bestowed upon his qualities, and his
untimely cutting off, and trusted that an with
in the sound of his voice might take the admo
nition and emulate his high virtues, so that
when others were called upon to speak of us
they might be able to deliver as sincere a eulogy
as had this day been spoken of the deceased.
The resolutions were entered upon the
minutes and Court adjourned.
Court of Quarter Sessions,
Before J udges M'Clure, Maynard and Parke
Mr. Frew handed in the resignation of
Daniel Kiel, Constable of Elizabeth township,
and also presented a petition of citizens for the
appointment of Bela Grimes in his stead, who
was accordingly appointed by the Court.
In the matter of the widening of Diamond
alley, E. H. Stowe, Esq., asked that the clerk
be directed to pay, out of money in his hands,
the costs of the petition, no provision having
been made for that purpose. The Court issued
the necessary order.
Final orders were granted in the application
of the German Roman Catholic St. Philomena
Beneficial Society of Pittsburgh, and the Ger
man Roman Catholic St. Peter's Beneficial
Society of M'Keesport, for charters.
A petition was presented, signed by one hun
dred residents, praying for the division of
Mr. Brown presented a petition for the assess
ment of damages on a road recently laid out in
West Deer township, which was filed.
A. S. Bell, Esq., asked for and obtained an
order for the sale of a portion of the property
of the late Dr. A. W. Black, of Sewickley.
Caspar Fink, charged with fornication and
bastardy, was admitted to bail.
Daniel Brown made application fur a divorce
from his wife. Annie Jane Brown.
Sarah Ann Sarber made application fur a di
vorce from her husband, John Sarber, and S.
Schoyer, Esq., was appointed a commissioner
to take testimony.
D. W. Bell, Esq., made application, on be
half of those interested, for the opening of
Robinson street, Allegheny, from Anderson to
In the matter of the appeal from the judg
ment of Alderman Miller, ny Francis Wolf,
in one of the egging suits, the Court examined
into the affair, and sustained the action of the
Alderman in convicting Wolff of a breach of
the peace, and imposing a fine of fifteen dol
lars and costs, or an imprisonment of thirty
days in lieu thereof.
A FIXED FACT.—There aro in this city a
number of business houses, in every depart
ment of trade, wholesale and retail, which it
not exactly "native and to the manor born,"
have been so long established that' they rank
amongst our city institutions. Among these
we may class the large and elegant establish
ment of L. Hirshfeld S: Son, at No. to; Wood
street, which has, since its erection and fitting
up by this firm, been a fashionable resort. We
have recently had the pleasure of inspecting the
stock of goods here collected, and we do not
wonder that such is the fact. We find here a
rare collection of gentlemen's furnishing goods
of every description and of the best quality,
shirts and collars of the latest and most ap
proved styles, cravat , , scarfs, shawls, hose,
drawers, and undershirts of wool, silk, linen
and cotton, gloves, and indeed all articles of
male apparel. The assortment of cloths, cassi
meres and vesting, plain and fancy, embracing
the newest and richest patterns, is worthy an
examination by all who desire to go well
dressed. These are made to order in the latest
and most fashionable styles, by a practical, ex
perienced tailor, Mr. Byrne, who always gives
satisfaction. Add to the above au endless va
riety of fancy goods, canes, umbrellas, pone
monaies, and you have as well stocked a
gentleman's furnishing establishment as can be
found in this city or the east, and no one need
want any article in this line if they will only call
at rfirstifeld's, where they will certainly find
it, and be waited upon, in addition, in a cour
teous,and obliging manner.
DP.. SCHENK IN THE ClTY—This celebrated
physician in diseases of the lungs and pulmo
nary organs, will be in Pittsburgh to-day in
the one o'clock train, and will remain until
Friday evening at the office of the Drug Store
of our friend Da. Dv, S. KEYSER, 140 Wood
street, to examine patients with diseases of
that kind; with his celebrated Respirometer,
an instrument of his own invention, by means
of which he is enabled todetect any form of lung
disease, from the slightest murmer to the most
extensive lesion, and in many cases can afford
relief, and cure in what might be supposed a
hopeless condition. No one, within the knowl
edge of the writer, has cured more cases of es
tablished pulmonary disease than Dr. Schenk.
We have seen them, and have conversed with
them, and know what we affirm. It is to be
hoped that no one who suffers with any disease
of the pulmonary organs will forego the pres
ent favorable opportunity to get relief. Dr.
Schenk is no charlatan in this matter, but has
cured hundreds of hopeless cases that were
abandoned as hopeless, and beyond the reach
of cure. Ho is himself a living example of
what his remedies and treatment will do, hav
ing been afflicted some twenty years ago with
a serious consumption, for which the best phy
sicians have been employed to no purpose, and
afterwarcicured himself with his own remedies.
We commend him to the confidence of all who
suffer with any of these diseases, and feel war
ranted in doing so from our own knowledge
of his abilities.
PROTHONOTARY'S OFFICE.—The office re•
cently fitted up in the Supreme Court room for
the use of the Prothonotary is exactly what is
needed. It is convenient to the court rooms,
well lighted and properly arranged for the safe
keeping of the records of the county. The fin
ishing of the room is complete and done in the
best style of workmanship. The room is large
and all the available space is occupied with the
necessary receptacles for documents, books, &c.
A platform, with a balustrade, extends around
two sides of the room, mid way between the coil
ing which is reached by a pair of steps, giving ac
cess to an upper teir of depositories, thus nearly
doubling the accommodations of the office.
Mr. Armstrong says be is not proud of his new
quarters, and will endeavor to receive those
calling on business as before, confident that his
new facilities will hasten transactions with
PROFESSOR GARDNER AND MS SOAP.—Pro
fessor Gardner has been so long in our city that
he is known to almost every man, woman and
child in the vicinity. He is yet to bo found at
the Girard House, from whence he is supplying
all who need his celebrated soap. On Friday,
we are informed, he visited the fair at Monon
gahela City, where he delivered to an assem
blage of three thousand persons, on the fair
ground, one of his characteristic speeches. He
offered one hundred dollars to any one who
would bring him a grease or tar spot which ho
could not remove. The soap was put to the
test in several instances, and came out triumph
ant, for though the Professor pocketed sundry
quarters, the soap did its work—and he still
has the one hundred dollar bill—which he of
fers as a standing reward.
Pooa HOUSE.—The question of erecting a
poor house in Greene county, is being agitated
in that county. To-morrow the matter will be
put to a vote, and if a majority of the tax pay
ers be in favor of the measure, the house will
MISS ADA PLUNKETT.-To-night, this lady,
who has a wide spread reputation, both as au
thoress and actress, commences an engagement
at the Pittsburgh Theatre, and we predict that
it will be a successful one, for her talents,
added to the tact and enterprise of Manager
Howe, must make it so. She appears in the
character of Camille, in which she has won
much commendation, and will be well sup
ported by the stock company; "Three Fin
gered Jack " is also added to the bill. Mr.
Howe is determined to offer such attractions as
will make his Theatre both a popular and a
paying institution, and he is now in the full
tide of a well-deserved success.
ROBERT HOUDIN is without exception the
greatest necromancer of the present century.
His astonishing feats have been the wonder of
the world, even the Arabs, who have now lost
all faith in the miracles of the Marabouts. We
have just received, from Messrs. Hunt & Mi
ner, agents for the publisher, G. G. Evans,
Philadelphia, of gift-book notoriety, a copy
of the memoirs of this amba-qsador-author
conjuror, written by himself, and edited by R.
Shelton Mackenzie. It is a pleasant, readable
work, details many incidents of his chequered
life and wondrous exploits in the the field of
necromancy, with infinite humor, and L. just
the book for the fireside of a winter's evening.
Call and get a copy.
SATURDAY, October 8
PITTSBURGH. MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1859.
ALLEUED AIIDUCTION.—On Friday, Alder
man Wilson issued a warrant for the arrest of
John Beatty, charged with the abduction of
Emma Dennison, daughter of Mr. W. Denni
son, a minor, under sixteen years of age. The
parties had been keeping company fur some
time, but the parents of the girl were opposed
to Beatty's visits, and forbid him the house.
This only strengthened the girl's attachment
for the young man, and a elandestine meeting
was held, at which flight was resolved upon,
which was accomplished on Thursday evening.
The twain have not since been beard of, and
are now, in all probability, one flesh.
Boy SHOT. —The Mahoning I?egiNter says :
A young man named John Ray, aged about
nineteen, was shot on Saturday night, while em
gaged with two or three others in robbing the
orchard of Mr. Jonathan Edwards, near this
place, and dangerously wounded. There are
various rumors afloat concerning the circum
stance, but as we have been unable to ascertain
the particulars from a reliable source, and are
unwilling to give publicity to street reports,
we refrain from saying anything more upon
the subject at present.
CIL.PEAN AGENt Y.—We would direct at
tendon to the advertisement of Thomas Ratti
gan, European agent, elsewhere. ills long ex
perience in the business, as well as his integrity
and punctuality, Sro F u tri cient guarantee that
any business given in his charge, whether in
the emigrant line or the collection of drafts,
will he fairly and promptly transacted. He is
agent here for the Indianapolis and Cincinnati
Railroad Company, and for the Glasgow and
Galway Steam Packet, and the old Black Star
lino of sailing packets.
BEARS Kll.l-ED.—Three half grown cubs
were killed near the Re=ervoir, in Richland
township, about seven miles from .iohnstow•n,
on Tuesday afternoon laid, by Elias Penrod, a
farmer of that neighborhood. The cubs, in
company with their dam, came to the house of
Penrod, and sat down within a few feet of the
front door. Penrod itnniediatoly seized his
gun and -hot two of the cubl. when the mother
made off, leaving the remaining cub behind,
which he at hi= leisure diEpatched with a club
Gor OFF —The store of a Mr Reynolds, in
Call ensburr, Clarion county, was robbed a
few days sink,. and the supreeed thieves, two
in number, came to this (•Ity on Friday. One
of these was. arrested on general suspicion, but
discharged, no ea idence appearing against him.
Mr. Reynolds arrived a tow hours later, but
found the thieves gone, and ollierr Patterson
was despatched in pursuit of them, but it is
probable they are beyond the reach of the law
BEN et IT n. Gri.v. PoRTEII_- At. the Apollo
Theatre this evening Gov , or more familiarly
old Charley •' Porter, takeA a benefit, which
trust may be a good one. A tine bill is
offered, ctnhraciri -Julia, or the Hunchback, -
with Mr. M'Fadand as Master Walter, and
State Secrets,•' with Mr. Porter as Gregory
Thimblewell. Mr. Porter is deserving of the
patronage and support of this community, and
we hope to ,ee an overflowing house on this
'tev. E. Weaver, late
Lafayette, lowa, find formerly a reident o f
Washington county, has boon chosen pastor of
the Cumberland Pre,byterian congregation of
Wa.hington, Pa., in ',lace of Hew. John H.
Brown, who has removed to Virginia, Illinois.
Mr. Wearer is a graduate of Waynesburg
College. He preached his first sermon to his
new congregation on Sunday last.
DISCH A 110 ED —The jury in the case of Burns
et al. vs. Cummins, came into Court on Satur
day morning, and stated that they had failed to
agree. Judge Williams sent them back to
their room, and at eleven o'clock, when Court
was about to adjourn until Wednesday, they
were sent for, and on stating that there wa ,
no prospect of agreement, the Judge discharg
Anal TORN OFF.—On Thurdav la9.t, Lee
Hile.man, a 801. of Mr. Isaac thleman, of Man
or township, Armstrong county, while asAst
ing in threshing buckwheat with a machine,
had his arm caught by a strap, which whirled
it round the pulley, and entirely severed it be
tween the hand and elbow.
M EN'S AN BOYS' CLOTHINU of every va
riety of style and material, manufactured ex
pressly for US, and decidedly the best stock
ever offerCd in this market. Gentlemen and
parents will find it to their interest to call at
our establishment, corner of Federal street and
the Diamond, Allegheny city, before purchas
ing elsewhere. A strict adherence to our sys
tem of large sales and small profits has given
the name of W. H. M'Gce & Co., an enviable
pre-eminence which no competion has hitherto
GEORGE W. SMITH,
BREWER, MALTSTER, AND HOP DEALER
Pitt Street, Pittsburgh
HA V I N G COMMENCED BREWING
for the ee.ason, I am now - prepared to furnish my
customers with a
SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF FRESH ALE.
In addition to my regular brands, I am manufactur
ng a very FINE FLAVORED BITTER ALE. put up in
.mall package• expressly for family use.
This Ale is not only a delightful beverage, but is highly
recommended 1,, the medical faculty, for invalids, where
mild, nourishing tonic Is required. I have also my
WHEELING BOTTLED ALES,
Constantly on hand, consisting of KENNETT BITTER
AND CHAMPAGNE; PORTER AND BROWN STOUT.
Packages sent to any part of the city. auglltem
k aMECHA.NICS' INSTITUTE.—This institfitiOn,
the want of which has been so long felt by our citizens
is now open, under the superintendence of Messrs
Jackman k Johnson, in the Lafayette Building. En
trance, 115 Wood street. It is designed for the perpetual
exhibition of the products of Mechanics, Manufactu
rers, Inventors, and Artisans; and as a place of resort
for those seeking information relative to those branches
of industry, either by examination of samples or
scientific publications. Those haying articles to bring
before the public will find it greatly to their advantage to
Ifir. The public are respectfully invited to visit the
Hitscritto Hl' STEAM. —As a testimonial of
the workmanlike manner, perfect action of their self.
regulating machines, safety, economy in fuel, and the
little attention necessary to keep each room comfortable,
we give this certificate to Messrs. Davis and Phillips,
successors to Phillips a Co., for their plan of heating
by steam the Second Ward Public Schools in the city of
Pittsburgh, and which has met our approval, and we
would recommend them to the public to give entire
satisfaction of heating by steam.
R. Miller, Jr, John Marshall, Jr., M. 'Finale, George
Wilson, John Wilson, L. Wilcox, Directors.
DAVIS & PHILLIPS,
Steam Heating, Gas Pitting, Plumbing and Brass Flanders,
Dealers in every deseriphon of Gas Fixtures and Pumps
No. 67 Wood and 148 First Street, Pittsburgh.
COULTER & MENTZER, Elolll3e, Sign and
Ornamental Fainters and Grainers. Orders left at their
ahop on Fourth street near Market, Burke', Building,
ariine prompt attended. *Col
DICKENS.—We have this day received the
seventh volume of the weekly issue of T. B.
Peterson & Brothers' cheap edition of Dick
ens' Works for the Million. These celebrated
novels are now being published at the rate of
one a week, and the whole twenty-eight vol
umes can be had free of postage, by sending
five dollars to the publishers, or to Hunt &
Miner, of this city. As persons now have an
opportunity here to secure his works, which
has never before been offered, and which may
never occur again, the present chance should
be taken advantage of by all who wish to pro
cure those standard works of fiction at a com
paratively low price.
BUSH'S TRIMMING STORE.—In the old Iron
City Building, No. 24 Fifth street, Mr. J.
Bush has fitted up a perfect jewel of a trim
ming store. His stock is entirely new, and is
certainly ono of the most elegant and attrac
tive which has over been seen in this city. His
show window, which is a very handsome one,
presents a perfect rainbow of ribbons of the
most gorgeous colors and newest styles. His
collection of dress and bonnet trimmings com
prises every fashionable novelty of the season.
He has a splendid assortment of shawl borders
of all widths, and of the newest styles and de
signs. Millinery goods, velvets, ruches, flow
ers, needle work, head-dresses, and all those
articles of use and ornament which constitute
the fashions, be has in large quantities and of
varied and attractive styles. The ladies can
not fail to appreciate the elegance, the variety
and the cheapness of his most attractive stock.
Being connected with a New York importing
home, Mr. Bush is enabled to secure the new
est and most fashionable styles of goods at the
very cheapest rates. His establishment is a
perfect Bar..aai of useful and beautiful things,
all sold at surprisingly cheap prices. By call
ing at No. 24 Fifth street, our lady friends
will be delighted at the display of new, rich,
cheap and handsome fall goods.
RUI3BER, "NOTHING LIKE Run-
BEE." —The immense variety of uses to which
India Rubber has been applied since Goodyear
discovered the process of vulcanization, from
communicating the vast power of water fall or
engine to machinery, to forming the New
Years' Toy for the baby, is interesting and
instructing. We invite attention to the ad
vertisement of the New York Rubber Com
pany, 45 Liberty street, New York, of all those
interested in machinery or babies.
SONINANIBULISM.-A young man named Hart,
of Brady's Bend, while walking along a por
tico roof at Goers hotel, in Oakland township,
Butler county, last week, while in a state of
somnambulism, fell to the ground, a distance
of twenty-lice feet, breaking one thigh, and
dislocating the other. Thn fracture was re
duced, and the dislocated joint replaced after
an hour and a half's hard labor.
DEA D.—Mr. Frank Roll, who was seized
with hemorrhage of the lunge, while walking
along the street, a few days ago, died on Thurs
day night, at the residence of his mother, Sirs.
Fisher, on Western avenue, Allegheny. He
was a single man, and had been in ill health
for some time.
SURF:TY OF THE Peet.—The watch-house
had nineteen tenants on Sunday morning, of
the ordinary character. Matthias Swartz, who
lives in the Fifth ward, was committed for
'urety of the peace on oath of his wife, who
called in the night watch and had him arrest
ed, alleging that he was beating and threaten
)! , 1 Saturday evening, the Birmingham Pas
=emzer Railway was laid as far as Fifth street
on rirnithtleld, and rails were being put down
on the bridge. The ears will commence run
ning this week.
LiEsami --The offenders against the Sun
day law, to wit those who allowed their car
riages to be driven on Sunday week, will have
a hearing before Mayor Weaver at ten o'clock
Apior RN ED. - -All the Courts, on Saturday
adjourned until Wednesday morning, so as ti
give those obliged to be in attendance an op
portunity of voting to-morrow.
Tut: Allegheny river, cr e are informed, is in
rafting stage as far up as Warren.
T E borough of Manchester will soon be li
with the pipee being nearly all laid.
Adjourned Sale of Orizaba Iron Works, and
Sophia Furnace, (New Castle, Pa.,)
rr HE SALE of this property has been ad
palmed unta the THIRD TuEsDAy OF OCTO
BER. at 11 n'elcalt, A. :11,. 81 the NiLRCIRNT'I9 Ex
11AN,E. i'dv,burgh. F'll., with the following modification
the terms of sale, viz ,--Ohe-fourth of the purchase
money payable in hand, and the residue in one. two and
three years, with interest, to he secured iu such manner
a. the trmttees may khtermice, in addition to mortgag.
nn the premise,
KNIT, WILKINS A CO.,
DIARRHOEA, CHOLERA NORM
N offering this medicine to the public, I
claiin that it not only brings speedy relief to to the
%utterer, but that it attack• tte disease in its citadel, and
eradicates it entirely from th., system. Owing to its very
rare virtues, it acts on the liter, corrects all the dorang
rJ of the neera, and invigorates the whore
system. No family snout, be without it bottle m the
house, for it is adapted ahkt to the most tender and del
icate of infants, us well as Ole httJUIPSI and moot robust
.d men. By having it :Myer on hand, and taking it upon
the tir-it appearance of an Mack, you may ! , 10e yourself
from sintering and expomn. Many deaths front Cholera
could hare been avoided ry timely using this Mixture.
Many certificates eau JO obtained, but we think the
people ran best Judge aft, a tnal, :Ind more satisfacto
offer the followin named fiersons as additional
tesinniiny, supporting al T:hat is asked for the Diarrlicea
and Dysentery Mixture. The persons are known in our
J. P. Sags,
James Kenney, Jr,
T. K. NrKnight,
Preeared solely by tiU subsenber, at the Drug House
J N. SnErnmin. J. MITCHELL
Corner food and Sixth sts., Pittaburgh.
Price 2 cents per boils. augairidaw-mo
THE LOYALIELANNA HOUSE,
THIS LARGE AND WELL VENTIL
LATED HOUSE, geasantly located within a few
yard of the Penn'a. Hamad, is now open for tho re
ception of summer victors. A fine ten-pin alley has
recently been erected ot tho premises, and fine fishing
afforded near by. All !rein-setup here. Charges moderate.
jyl3:4mitcfsm CHAS. W. FISHER, Proprietor.
THE NEW PARK!
DENNY'S COVE," recently fitted up as
IRON 01"1""Z P.49_12.73E,
5 now open for the acconmocation of Pleas
ure Prrtiee., de.
ICE CREAM AND REFRESHMENTS.
Xi' A Band of Music alstiya in attendance. A. good
overod platform for dancirg.
lOEVELER A MILLER.
PURE LlQUORS.—Families can buy a
bottle of Rhine, Port, Dideira, Teneriffo, Sherry or
Malaga Wine. Also, Cogna Brandy of different brands,
very Old Monongahela Wiisky, Champaigne In quart,
pint and and half pint bottle; reduction made by dozen
or half dozen. All the oboe for sale by the quart or
N. B.—Those wishing ailterated liquors need not
call. D. FICKEISEN,
ap2.sly-ine 101 Third street.
JOSUE! KERR Arrnowr MILTrIL
JOSEPH MINER & SON,
Manufacturers, and Wholeale and Retail Dealers in
FURNITURE . IND CHAIRS,
No. 424 Penn Street, above the Canal,
Have on hand a large assortment of Fancy and Plain
Furniture, in Walnut and Maliciany of their own manu
facture, and warranted equal liquidity and style to any
manufactured in the city, an, will sell at reasonable
r Di►•n~r,U I r~~.~c~~;~,►may
M . ANUFACTUREE OF
steam Eigines, Shafting and:Pullies
Orders poi:Aptly attended to.
ONE AN BARTON'S OIL PEPPER
MIN', for eels by BECKHAM KELLY,
THE LATEST NEWS
Arrival of the Overland Mail—Death,
of Senator Broderick.
ST. Louts, October B.—The overland mail
of the 16th ultimo reached Jefferson City.
A duel took place between Senator Broder
ick and Chief Justice Terry, near San Fran
cisco, on the morning of the 13th. Broderick
felt on the first fire, pierced through the lungs.
He lingered till half-past nine o'clock in the
morning, when he died. The community was
profoundly agitated at the melancholy event.
Mr. Terry is unhurt.
The overland mail arrived last night. Seine
of the San Francisco papers evince a disposition
to make it appear that Broderick was the victim
of a conspiracy, hut the most prominent ones
assert that the duel was conducted in strict ac
cordance with the rode dueller Broderick's
istol went off before he raised it on a line with
.is antagonist. Ferry's shot took effect two
inches from the right nipple, carrying away
part of the breast bone. ' , Broderick suffered
intense agony from the time he was shot till
he died. When the mail left, two hours after
his death was announced, all the lags of the
city were at half mast, and emblems of mourn
ing were beginning to appear in all parts of the
The elections in Nevada Territory on the
7th ult., resulted in the adoption of the Consti
tution framed in July, by 1400 majority. A
full Territorial ticket was elected, headed by
Isaac Roupe for Governor.
Victoria dates to the 7th ult. are received.
The Colonist says that the United States troop ,
on San Juan are throwing up fortifications on
the summit of the hill below the Hudson Bay
Company's station nt Portland.
Oregon papers of the 10th publish the reply
of Harney to Douglass' letter of the 13th of
August, in which he accepts Douglass' expla
nation as an apology for his past conducts, but
he evidently reposes no faith in the Governor's
professions, and declines to withdraw his troops
from San Juan until the pleasure of President
Buchanan is known on the subject.
Accident to the Quaker City
lionrot.K, Va., October 9 —The steamer
Quaker City, bound from New York to Ha
vana, with one hundred passengers, met with
an accident on the 7th instant, when fifty
miles south of Cape Hatteras, resulting in the
breaking of her engine. The boats were
manned, provisioned and equipped, in readi
ness to abandon the steamer, if found neces
sary. The bark Dumbarton, Captain Shad
burne, of Boston, came to the relief of the pas
sengers, and brought the greater portion of
them into Hampton Roads last night. Twelve
passengers and all the officers of the steamer
preferred remaining on board. The steamer
was last seen forty miles south of Cape Hat
term, near the Gulf stream.
WASHINGTON CITY, October B.—lnforma
tion has been received here that as soon as Col.
Sumner heard of the attack on the Santa Fe
mail, with its fatal results, he dispatched a
company of dragoons to the Pawnee Fork, to
punish the offending Indians. Hopes are en
tertained that this prompt action on the part
of Col. Sumner will result in the capture of the
murderers, and the rescue of the passengers by
the over-due mail. It will probably be found
necessary to station troops at the Pawnee
Forks, to escort the mail thence to Cold Spring,
and thus obviate the recurrence of such out
The Filibusters at New Orleans
NEw ORLEAN,, October B.—The filibusters
arrived in custody of the Marshal and Captains
Maury, Fassaux, Scott, and Colonel Ander
son. They were held to bail in three thousand
dollars to answer. The rest of the men were
left at the barracks below. They have since
decamped, there being no guard. The fili
busters made . the soldiers leave. A steamer
coming up the river state: that they were on a
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. S.—Judge Ludlow,
this morning, rendered his decision in the fa
tutus case of William H. Jeandill, who was
arrested in July last on a charge of breach of
the peace, in running a passenger railway car
on the Sabbath, ordering the discarge of the
defendant, the arrest having been premature.
NEW ALBANY, October B.—The Rev. Dr.
W. M. Dayly, now on trial in Bloomington,
before the Indiana Conference, has been con
victed by that body for drunkenness and lewd
ness, and expelled from the Conference by a
vote of 63 to 16. An appeal has been taken
to the General Conference.
The Cricket Match in New York.
NEW Your, October B.—ln the cricke
match Lockyer's side is victorious.
The Kalamazoo Ga:•rtte, in reviewing the
recent speech of Judge Douglas, at. Colum
bus, Ohio, thus ably presents the issues in the
coming contest. Speaking of the speech it
It presents the issues which will enter into
tile coming contest with bold distinctness, and
with an energy peculiar to the "Little Giant "
of the West. No Democrat can read this speech
without thanking God that he belongs to an or
ganization which is pledged to vindicate the
right of the American People, whether they
dwell in the States or the Territories of this
Union, to control their own affairs according
to the dictates of their own good pleasure, with
out dictation from King or Congress, or any
other human power whatever. Such a doctrine,
so glorious in its expansive freedom; so grate
ful to the dignity of manhood; so promotive
of individual liberty; cannot buttind a response
in the depths of every intelligent freeman's
heart. It unshackels the mind ;'t nerves the
judgment; it elevates the manhood ; and it
makes the American citizen feel that he is the
arbitor of his own wants, and that no out
side power whatever, shall step between him
and his own good judgment, as to the laws and
institutions best adapted to his welfare as a citi
zen of the community in which ho has cast his
B. R. Harbours,
Capt. Alex. Hay.
It is upon this high declaration of the fun
damental rights of man, that Senator Douglas
goes before the American People as a candidate
for the Presidency. Re asserts and reiterates
the pledge, that it he be put in the position of
Chief Magistrate of this Union, the People of
every separate American community, so far as
he shall possess the power, shall have the full
est, fairest, freest, opportunity to make such
laws and regulations for their domestic govern
ment and welfare as they, in their own good
judgment, shall determine to be the best, wheth
er such PEOPLE live under a State or Territorial
organization ; and woo to the man or set of men
who shall attempt to interfere with this sacred
right. To the Northern Abolitionist as to the
Southern Propagandist, who should attempt to
wield the power of Congress to crush down the
right of American citizens to make their own
local laws, he would say with the voice and
and emphasis of another Jackson—" No : by
the Eternal ! the right of self-government is
sacred; and he who would lay a sacriligious
hand upon this common heritage of American
freemen, shall be branded as a traitor to the in
stitutions of his country.
Such is the position of Senator Douglas and
the Democratic party, in view of the approach
ing battle of 1860. There is no "uncertain
sound " in the proclamation. There is no mis
taking the inscription on the Democratic stand
ard. There can be no doubt as to the decision
of the American people, on th&simple issues
thus presented between the right of self-gov
erment, thus asserted, and the tyrannical inter
vention of Congress to strike down this'sacred
right as advocated by the leaders of the Repub
lican party. No man, having the soul of a
free man, will ever so vote as to deprive him
self or his fellow man, of the right to decide
what laws will best promote his domestic hap
piness and welfare. No man will so vote as to
say that Congress is a better judge of his pri
vate wants and wishes than he is himself. If
there be such a man he is a fitter subject for Rus
sian serfdom than for an America freeman.
Hangers, etc., etc
OUT FOR DOUGLAS
KO 6 I 6 I Di g 0 El 4
Stage of Water.
River—two feet four inches water in the channel
Reported Expressly Jar the Dagy Morning Fbst
Prrrsame, October 8, 1889
Flour... The inclement weather suspended opera
lons Ito-day. No sales from first hands. From store 650
lAA,. at $4,75 for superfine. $5,00 for extra, and $5,25
g 5,40 for extra t i nnily.
Grain . Wurtr—Bales 215 bush. red at depot at $1,12:
430 do , from store, at $1,15. Oars-140 bush., from de
pot.. at 4th•. ; 412 do. from store, at 43®45c.
Butt er...liales 3 bbls. prime at 123 e. 1 lb.
Eggs... Sales S bbls packed. at 11©1134c. 7rt doz.
Ilay...Sales S loads at $1461118 V ton.
Btacon...Sales 13,000 The. at 8g914e. for shoulders,
0%(,A0, - • for 50.1.9 Q, and 10%4'410 3 ,4c. for hams; S tierces
sugar cured hams at 13c.
Soap... Sales 25 boxes Rosin at Sc.
Candles...3:lles 50 boxes dipped at 123,:e.
Potatoes sales 23 bbls. Jersey Sweet at $3,25.
Apples... Sales 20 bbls. prime Graen at $1.75®2,25
Cheese... Sales 59 boxes W. R. at 81.09 e.
Seed from store of 13 bush. Timothy at $2.25
Sugar... Sales 11 Mids. N. 0. at Sc.
HOlasses—Sales 28 bbls. N. Oat 42c.
Coffee... Sales 17 sacks Rio at 12;tRE012)(c.
011.. Sales 14 IMIs. Lard No.l at 90c.?
Mega Pork... Sales 18 }bis. from store at $16.250
Whlaky...fiales, 44 bbls Rectified at 28@29‘ , . :el gal
'INCINN VCI, October B.—Flour is steady at $3,60 for
mpertinc, Isit the market is not active. Wheat is in
moderate demand at $1,02@1,05 for red, and $l.OB/41,12
for white. Old Corn is scarce but prices are lower,
owing to the receipts of new. Old sells at 75c.; new 60e.
Oat- are in better demand and have advanced 1f2,0.
bush-. sales are made at 42t 44c. Barley is doll at
Gbe. for spring, and 70a,75c. for fall. Rye Whis
ky is steady at 20c. Receipts better, the Provision
market is still active, for Cut meats, with large transac
tions in Bacon at Satlec. for shoulders and sides, but
holders ask !.1 higher. Lard is firm at 10%c., holders
ask l lc. There is nothing doing of any consequence
in mess pork, and the prices are nominal at $14,75. Ex
change continues scarce at
New York Market.
Nrw York. October S.—Cotton heivy; sales 1,000 bales
at for middling nplarwhi. Flour firm, sales 12,000
bbls. Wheat dull; sales 12,(010 bush. white $1,38(41,41:
ohm, we turn red X. 1.20. Corn firm; sales 2,000 bush.:
the supply is scarce ; mixed Of7fc. for old in store. Pork
steady. Lard buoyant. Whisky firm at `(&2834. Su
gar active Muscovado :4,6%, Porto Rico E5y 4 (.4,"7;i. Tal
low firm at 1011 c.
s closed lower.
New York S
Ntw 'inks, Oct. S.--Stock
Chicago 6 Rock Island &4
❑linrne Central R R 5.4 1 .1
New . lurk Central SB, s
Virginia trA _ ‘343".
Galena & Chicago
Michigan Central... 43
Cleveland T01ed0.... 90
Harlem Railroad 35 . ?,
Mich. S. sinking fund. 49
FL T. KENNEDY- W. S. KENNEDY.
PEARL STEAM MILL.
ALLEGHENY CITY, -
R. T. KENNEDY & BRO.,
WHEAT RYE AND CORN PURCHASED.
Fl OUR, CORN MEAL AND HOMINY,
MANUFACTURED AND DELIVERED
IN t'iTTSBURGH AND ALLEGHENY.
anTaydavr) TERMS, CASH ON DELIVERY
CANNEL COAL OIL.
SOME OF THE GOOD QUALITIES OF
11"c1/ . /Zorineti Cannel Coal Oil, are these
. - ,
IT RIVALS6.AS LIGHT IN BRILLIANCI
IT IS ENTIRELX NON-EXPLOSIVE;
IT MA Y BE CARRIED ABOUT ;
IT IS CO-WEN/ENT FOR GENERAL USE;
IT BURNS IF/ THOUT ANY OFFENSIVE ODOR;
IT IS CLEAR AND REA UTIFUL IN COLOR;
ITS APPEARANCE IN THE LAMP IS °RNA MEN
TA L AND ATTRACTIVE;
IT DOES NOT PERMANENTLY SOIL CARPETS.
CLOTHING. di., on w hich it may he spiyal, a large pot
tam of it, 1.7 , k/ 071 l of the but articles for cleaning coital
IT IS EMPHATICALLY THE CHEAPEST LIGH.
K. 50 irs.
DIRECTIONS FOR ITS USE
Go to a responsible dealer and obtain a good coal oil
lamp. Secure thin Inas, so that they will move readily
up and down in the tube. Trim the wick with sharp
scissors, exactly even with the top of the wick-tube,
clipping off the small projecting points at the corners.
Fill your lamp with our oil. 'Porn up the wick carefully
at first. su no not to crack the chimney.
A shade will greatly enhance its excellence for read
ing or sewing by.
By the careful observance of these directions, you will
secure a light that cannot fail to please.
Our facilities for refining are now very perfect and
complete, and having devoted a great deal of laborious
attention to the art, we hare succeeded in producing an
article of the very best quality, to which we invite the
especial attention of the trade. All orders will be filled
at the lowest rates.
For tale by the barrel, or in quantities to suit mat,
mere, by ADAIR it. VERDER,
Refiners of Coal Oils,
Nu. 31 Penn's. Avenue ,near High street,
je"3.amdm T (not far from the Court Rouse.)
CHICKERING & SONS'
FIE subscriber has now on hand, , ty MOSt
splendid Stock of Pianos, consisting of 63 , .i and 7
Octaves, in Plain and Carved Cases of the most elegant
oescription, front the celebrated Factory of Chic-kering
Sons. The instruments are all provided with their
latest improvements, as HEPLATING—ACTION,
FELT-HAMMERS. and aro of their.
ENLARGED NEW SCALE,
By atuoh a much larger sound-board is obtained, con
seminntly the tone is rendered very powerful,yetretain
jai: as sweet and musical quality. By the perfection of
the Action, the performer is enabled to product, all
grades of tone from pianissimo to fortistinio, with the
Cuicarruso ± SONS . PIANOS are thus spoken of by th
best artistes and critics in our country:—
TIIA LBERG says:—"They are beyond comparison th
beat 1 have ever seen in the United States, and will coin
pare favorably with any I have ever known."
GUSTAVE SATTER sav:—" The opinion which I ex
pressed three yeare ago, has been more than confirmed
to me. by the continued use of them. vin- That for rot
lone and pure qualm/ of tune, with nicety of articulation,
they are unequalle4."
[From the National Intelligencer. Washington.]
"1 hey can safely bear comparison with instruments
from any part of the world. in point of tone, strength
and elasticity of touch."
(From the New Orleans Picayune.]
"For excellence of material, elegance of finish, and
faithfulness of workmanship, and above all for volume
and variety, mellow sweetness. brilliancy and perma
nence of tone, they are unequalled."
(From the Family Journal.]
'The peculiar musical qualities bolongi ng Witte Chi els
cring instruments, are a full, musical, neh and pow
erful tone, free from any wooden, noisy, loudness of
sound, co disagreeable to the sensitive musical ear.
They have also an easy, even and pleasant touch, and
will keep in tune better than any Pianos known.
The public are invited to call and examine tnese
splendid instruments, which are sold at
Factory Prices and Warranted.
JOHN H. MELLOR,
G S. BitieN, Late of Laneaster....Looas & Gaza°, Pitt`gh.
GEO. S. BRYAN & CO.,
FOR THE SALE OF
PIG IRON, BLOOMS, Sr.C.,
No. 52 Wood st., Pittsburgh.
RUE:MM.—Lyon Shorb & Co., Pittsburgh, Livings
ton. Copeland & Co., Pittsburgh; Thos. E. Franklin, Esq.,
Lancaster, Hon. Simon Cameron, Harrisburg-, Bryan,
Gardner & Co., Hollidaysburg, Pa. e2Sitini
THE ENTERPRISE INSURANCE CO
INSURES AGArNST LOSS OR DAMAGE
by Fire on Buildings, Merchandise, Furniture,
at reasonable rates of premium.
DDUCTOR9 —F. Ratchford Starr, William of Wm.
111.'Kee & Co.; Nalbro Frazier, JDO. 31. Atwood, of Atwood,
White & Co.; Benj. T. Tredick, of Tredick, Stokes & Co;
Henry Wharton; Mordecai L. Dawson; Geo. 11:"Stewart,
of Stewart & Bro.; John H. Brown, of John H. Brown &
Co; B. A. Fahnestock, of B. A. Fahnestock & Co.; Andrew
D. Cash; J. L Erringcr, of Wood & Erringer.
F. RATCHFORD STARR, President.
CHARLES W. COXE, Secretary.
PITTSBLIIOII RE.FERCYCZ.I.-.-WED. Holmes & Co , J. Painter
& Co., Thomas M. Howe, Esq.. Jas. Marshall, Rog., Allen
,Kramer, E i Wilson,
& Co., Wilson, Payne &
Co., Bailey, & Co., Livingston, Copeland & Co.,
James B. Lyon & Co., Wm. S. Lavely k Co.
GEO. S. BRYAN & co., Agents,
• Ore No. 62 Wood street.
JOHN T. 188.8.131.52 EDWARD GRIGG
LOGAN & GREGG,
HA R DW ARE ,
No, 52 Wood Street,
Four Doors above St Charles Hotel,
P - Z3. OT. 0 GI-MLA. PMg S,
Colored in Oil, PaEtelle, or Plain, in the most:tirtatia
style, and at Eaetern prier,.
PHOTOGRAPH, AMBROTYPE, ME-
L AINOTYPE AND DAGUERREOTYPE GAL
LERY, Om Fifth and GrantstreeLt.—The subscriber hay
ing fitted up rooms in ➢PTIGHE'S BUILDING, is now
prepared to take Likenesses that CANNOT FAIL TO
Call andexamine the collection.
THANKFUL FOR THE LIBERAL
patronage of his customers for the paattwentv-five
fears, the proprietor would 'mate the attention of the
public to his large stock of
NEW CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTING,
Mats. Rugs, Window Shades, Piano and Table Covers,
&c.. all of which will be sold very low to C 3.911 purchasers.
W. CONNING 11.1.11 D. CUSNLYOII.III,- K. CUNPIMIRAM,
CUN N INGIIAMS & CO.-PITTSBURGH
CITY GLASS WORF,S—WAREHOUSE, No. 119
Water street, and 156 First street, Pittsburgh, Pat, three
doors below lllonougaliela Rouse. Manufacturers of
Pittsburgh City Window G lass, Druggists' Glass Ware,
and American Convex Ulass.for parlor Ydndows,churches
and public building:,
WM. M. FABER & CO.,
STEAM ENGINE BUILDERS,
General Machinists and Boiler Makers,
NEAR THE PENN'A R. R. PASSENGER DEPOT,
MAN UFACTURE ALL KINDSOF
Steam Engines, ranging from three to one hun
dred and fifty horse power, and suited for Grist Mills,
Saw Mills, Blast Furnaces, Factories, etc., etc.
Give particular attention to the construction of En
gines and Machinery for grist mills, and for uprights,
mulay, and circular saw mills.
Have always on hand, finished and ready for shipment
at short notice, Engines and Boilers of every description.
Also, furnish Boilers and Sheet Iron separs.Wly, and
Wrought Iron Shafting; Hangers and Putties in every
variety, and continue the manufacture of Woolen Ma
chinery and Machine Cards.
Our prices are low, our machinery manufactured of
the best quality of materials, and warranted in all cases
to give satisfaction.
AllirOrders from all parts of the conntrysolicited, and
promptly filled. mr22-emdsw
SMITH, PARK & CO.,
NINTH WARD FOUNDRY
Warehouse, No. 149 First and 1a) Second streets.
Manufacturers of all sizes anddescriptions of Coal Oil,
Retorts and Stills, Gas and Water Pipe, Sad Irons, Dog
Irons, Wagon Bozes,Steel Moulds, 'Pulhes,Hangernand
Also robbing and Machine Castings of - every descrip
tion made to order.
Having a complete machine shop attached to the
Foundry, all necessary fitting will be carefttlly attend
ed to. torlydaw
BATES Si JOHNSON'S ROOFING-.
WOULD GIVE NOTICE that he has pur
chased the interest of his late partner, G. S.
BATES, in the ROOFING BUSINESS, and is th sole
manufacture and dealer in the following three distinct
hinds of Roofinsi
-Ist. Gum Elastic, Cement, Felt and Can
a'd. Improved Felt, Cement and Gravel
3d. Patent English Asphaltic Felt Roof
All warranted FIRE AND WATER PROOF. Roofing
Material for sale, wit printed instructions for using. Of at BATES a JOHNSONS' OLD STAND, 76 Smith
ON. B.—This Gum Cement is unequalled as a Paint for
Metal Roofs, lasting twice as long, at least, al paint, and
NIIT AND BOLT FACTORY.
Patent Rot-Pressed Nuts of all sizes on hand, and man
ufactured. Also, Bolts for Bridges, Machinery, Agricul
rural Implements, &c., furnished at short notice.
Warehouse, No. 114 Water street.
aug-hly Ii NAP, SCULLY & CO.
STEEL CULTIVATOR TEETH,.
Corner Ross and First Streets,
STONE WATER PIPES,
FROM TWO TO SIX INCH CALIBRE.
Prices from Twelve to Thirty Cts. per Foot.
ROCHESTER PEARL STARCH,
For sale Wholesale at Manufacturers Prices by
HENRY H. COLLINS,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND RIiOLLiALE DEALER IN
CHEESE, BUTTER, SEEDS, FISH,
THE ATTENTION OF MEN OF MODE
RATE MEANS is ealled to the offer for sale of
forty of the most etigthie
in the Second Wara, Allegheny City. The prices are
suited to the hard times, and time will be given to suit
all purchasers. For_particulars inquire of
ALEXANDER BAYS, Surveyor,
Corner East Common and Water street,
noB Alla • hens , City
BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS,
OF ALL STYLES AND SIZES,
MADE TO ORDER, OR SOLD FROM THE SHELVES..
R. I I•T "I" I 0- •
In all its branches, CARDS, CIRCULARS, BILLS
ROOT, RUST sc CLARK,
NANTRACTURZILS &2W DISIZWER
81 WOOD STREET.
SPERM, RAPE, ELEPHANT, WHALE, LARD AND
Also, Straits, Bank, Share, Tanners and Nestsfoot Oils,
NGINE BUILDER AND MACHINIST,'
GREAT WESTERN PLAINING MILL, cor. Afar
a orerin!warr good a be made, the following naachinerv, viz:-Steam, Engines, Turning
Lathes, for wood and iron; Planers, for wood and iron;
Drilling Machines; Houses and Tobacco'Screws; Patent.
right and Model Machines. iu the best manner: Shafting,
Pullies, and Hangers, of all sizes and variety; Screws, of
any diameter anal pitch, to fifteen feet in length. Will
make, and have on band, Doctor and I,ogger En= Sines, and Deck Pumps for steamboats, to Laths"
inheara and other Planing done to order; can plane 22
inches wide, by 9 feet 6 inches long.
AIL Order s Fillethind Earnestio
N. 1 3.—Particular attention and promptitude given to
repairs on Printing Presses and other Maehines.
DRS. C. M..FITCH & J. W. SYKES :
PHYSICIANS FOR DISEASES OF THE
THROAT AlsID CHEiT, and other Chronic Ail
ments complicatedwith or causing PULMONARY COM—
OFFICE-191 Penn street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
CONSULTATION FREE A list of questions sent to
those who wish to consult us by letter. jechth-salpw,
TIMOTHY S ED-75 bushels very choice.
Timothy Seed, just received on consigqnnment, and
fer age by JAMES A.
&sl9 corner 'Market and First. streets
"" , T '1" A 11, - 4" TT 33 M. X 0-
OFFICE at the Pittsburgh Post, Fifth
street, mar Weed. IVA
Jones' Building, Fourth street.
No. 112 Market St.,
JAMIS PAHL, nj
DAVID L. RULE.
1). B. ROGERS &. CO.,
ROGERS' IMPROVED PATENT
TERRA COTTA OR
AND PRODUCE GENERALLY
No. 25 Wool) ST., PITTSBITAGII
A LARGE STOCK OF
J. R.. WELDIN,
63 Wood street near Fourth
Sperm, Patent and Adamantine Candles,
HUGH M. BOLE,
WM. H. WHITNEY,