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JAMES P. BARB, _
EDITOR AND PROP RIETOR.
Tubs:--Daily, Five Dollars per year, strictly in ad
Vallee. •Weekly, Single subscriptions Two Dol.
Lars per year; in Clubs of foe. One Dollar.
Departure and Arrival of Passenger
Pittsburgh, Fbrt Waync and Chicago RaUroad.
(From corner of Liberty and Grant streets, Pittsburgh.)
• Leave Pittsburgh. Crestline. Ft. Wayne
Express Tram ...-....12.15 A. M. 6:50 A. M. 101 P. M
Mail Tram. ....... A. M. . ..
Express Train. 12:50 P. M. 8,15 P. M. 2,11 A. M
Arrive at Chicago:
Express, 6,47 P. M. I Express, 8,17 A. M
Returning, a rive at Pittsburgh:
Mail, 8:25 P.M. I Express, 3:30 P. M. I Express, =0 A. AI
(From Federal Street Station, Allegheny.)
New'Brighton Accommodation.. 9:30 A. AL 5:20P.M
6.05 A. M. 12:10 P. M
(From corner of Liberty and Grant streets.)
Express Train... 9:05 P. M. 1145 P. M.
" Z. 50 A. M. 11:50 P. AL.
Fast Line 4:20 P. M. 12:23 A. M.
The Johnstown Way Passenger
Train sloo A. M. 1:10 P. M.
Johnstown Accommodation...—. 2:50 P. M. 11:00 A. M.
First Turtle Creek " -....11:20 A. M. 6:50 A. M
Second " " _.... 4:30 P. M. 12:30 A. M.
Third " " " 6.0 P. M. 6:15 P. 51
Pittsburgh and. Cbunellsoitle Railroad.
(From Liberty and Grant streets.)
Mail 'train.- - 7:00 A: M. 6:15 P. M
Express Train... 4,30 P. M. 8:45 A. M
aeveland and Pittsburgh Railroad.
(From corner of Liberty and Grant streets.)
Express Train- 12.15 A. M. 2.40 A. AI.
usl Train.. " 625 A. M. 4.00" P. M.
Fist Line- LOS P. M. 8.30 P. M.
. 5.00 P. M. 11.00 A. M.
Attsburgh, Cb/umbus and Cincinnati Raihsoad.
(From Liberty and Grant streets.)
Leaves Pitts: Columbus. Arr. in Cin.
Fast Line.._....12.15 A. M. 8.00 A. M. 11.30 A. M .
Express frain.. LOS P. M. L3O A. M. 7.30 A. M
SIIPRIME COURT. - Before Chief Justice
Lovsrie and Judges Woodward, Strong, Read
The list. for counties of Beaver, Butler, Mer
cer, Lawrence, Venango, Clarion and Elk was
Wilson vs. Guthrie; Clarion, and same vs.
same. On motion of Corbett, judgment of
non. pros. was entered.
Boggle vs. Hudson ; Lawrence county.
Pew et. al. vs. The Commonwealth, "Mercer
county. Non. pros.
Aaron et. at
county. Non. pros.
Allen vs. McCoy; Lawrence county. Non
Wilkins' Adm'r vs. Elder; Lawrence. Con
Hunts . vs. McParland; Lawrence. Contin
James Boggs, of Clarion, and C. Eeydrick
of Venango, were, on motion of Mr. Corbett,
duly admitted to practice in this court.
At abOut ten o'clock Eli K. Price, Esq.,
counsel for relator in the case of Common
wealth ex. ret. E. P. Middleton vs. the Com
missioners of Allegheny county,made the clos
ing argumentin the case, an able speech, occu
pying three hours. At its conclusion the
Court announced that the remainder of the
mandamus cases would be continued until
Monday, November lath; when the list for
Allegheny county will be taken up. The
Court then adjourned.
UNITED STATES DISTRIQT . COURT.—Before
At the opening of Court this morning, Judge
31.'Candless delivered his charge to the jury in
the Cover case, instructing them that as it had
not been proven that defendant was postmaster
at Davidsville, he could not be convicted. The
jury returned a verdict of not guilty. Cover
was then held to bail for trial under another
section of the act of Congress, which imposes
a penalty far less severe, for the taking of a let
ter or valuables by a person not an employee
of the government. He will be tried at the
adjourned term in December.
The case of John Glass, postmaster at New
Brighton, charged with robbing the mail, was
postponed until the December term of Court.
The case of Aultmann, indicted for perjury,
alleged to have been committed on the former
trial of Cover, will be taken up to-day.
COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS, &c.—Before
Judges - M'Clure and Parke.
OCTOBER 24, 1859.
Comemateealth vs. Robert and James S.
Franklin, indicted for assault / and battery, on
oath of Thomas Graham and wife. and Cloni
mcittwesdth vs. Thomas Graham, indicted for
assault and battery, on oath of Jas. S. Frank
lin.- These cases, Which elicited testimony
somewhat mixed, occupied the Court until lour
o'clock. The jury found a verdict as follows :
Robert Franklin not guilty; his and the prose-.
cutrix, Mrs. Graham, to pay the costs; James
S. Franklin, not guilty, prosecutor, Thomas
.Graham, to pay the coats; Thomas Graham,
not guilty; James S. Franklin, prosecutor, to
pay the costs.
Francis Drew, of Robinson township, plead
ed guilty .to selling liquor without license, and
was sentenced to pay a fine of 510.
Joseph Bell, indicted for malicious mischief,
in destroying the furniture of John B. Wells..
Defendant was a tenant at will in a house be
longing to Mr. Arthurs at Reisville, and when
Welk, who . had rented the house; moved his
furniture in, Bell pitched it out the back door,
breaking it to pieces. Bell was convicted and
sentenced to three months imprisonment in the
DISTRICT COURT.—The case of Neal vs. the
Monongahela Bridge Company was not pro
ceeded with in this Court yesterday, owing to
the absence of one of the jurors empanelled to
Aceurrran.—The case of Silas J. Cover,
which has occupied the attention of the United
States District Court, for several days, was
concluded on Monday. At the assembling
of the Court, Judge McCandless delivered
a brief, but pointed charge to the jury, who re•
tired, and after an absence of a few moments
returned a verdict of not guilty. Considerable
interest was taken in this case, not only on ac
count of the respectability and morality of the
prisoner, but from the fact that he had been
tried for the same offense, (robbing the mail,)
at a previous term of the Court, and convicted.
The defense was very ably conducted by Gen.
A. H. Coffroth;of Somerset, and M. Swartz-
welder, of this city. The former gentleman
was untiring in his efforts to save his client,
and has the satisfaction of knowing that he
was mainy instrumental in accomplishing the
object. The gray haired father of the prisoner,
was present when the verdict was rendered, and
the tear of joy that glistened in his aye when
he knew that his only son was restored to him,
instead of being consigned to a living tomb in
the Penitentiary, told plainly the struggle that
had been going on in his old heart.
COUGHB - AND COLDS--A TRETE STATEMENT.
--Those afflicted with disease of the lungs and
bronchial organs, will find a remedy of great
power in that best of all medicines, compounded
by Dr. Geo. H. Keyser, of 140 Wood street,
Pittsburgh, Pa., called " Pectoral Syrup." It
reaches at once the seat of disease, and hun
dreds have been cured by it after every other
remedy has failed. Most of what are called
patent medicines, fail for want of proper adap
tation of 'the ingredients, which do not reach
the disease. , This is not the case with Dr.
Keyser's remedy, every bottle of which is com
pounded by himself, and with the intention to
alleifate bad cases, and to cure mild cases.—
Numbers of our citizens can attest the truth of
our statement in this respect. Price 50 cents
and $1 per bottle. Sold at his Drug Store,
No. 140 Wood street.
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Stnix.—The keelboat " Union " sunk the
o ther day in the Allegheny, near the mouth
o f the Kahoning. She was laden with goods
intended for business men in Clarion and else
where, so that the loss is a serious one.
• APOLLO TEIMATIM—The bill at this house
for to-night is!the drama of "Paudeen's Haunt
ed Cave, or the Dream of Death," and the farce
as.. Sir e in. the Dark." -
OCTOBER 24th, 1859
vs. Acheson et. al., Clarion
OCTOBER 24th, 1859
44Ibt ittibux4ll:l 13otit
"THE CORNER CUPBOARD; or, Facts for
Everybody," is the title of a new work, by the
author of those very valuable books, "Enquire
Within," and "The Reason Why," which has
just been issued from the press of Dick & Fitz
gerald, New York. It is a multum in parr°,
intended to convey to the home circle all need
ed information on every subject, whether
trifling or important, in literature, science and
art, domestic economy, commerce, manufac
tures, anatomy, physiology, agriculture, &c.
All this is comprised in a book of four hun
dred pages, with over a thousand illustrations,
sold for one dollar, and mailed free of postage
to every part of the United States. It will be
an invaluable reference hook in every family
—it is a book for the people—and contains
knowledge for the million. For sale by
Messrs. Hunt & Miner, Masonic Hall, Fifth
"PARLOR THEATRICALS; or, Winter Even
ings' Entertainment," is another work issued
by the same house, and one which is just in
season, at the time when fire-side amusement
is sought for with avidity. It contains a great
variety of acting proverbs, dramatic charades,
drawing-room pantomimes, tableaux-vivants,
musical burlesqu, &c.,. with descriptive en
gravings. At an evening party these recrea
tions afford a good substitute for the rapidly
deteriorating stage representations now offered,
while at the same time that they are amusing,
they are perfectly harmless. The proverbs
and charades aro piquant, fresh, original and
ingenious, and must increase the taste for do
mestic recreations. The book must become
pOpular in every household where simple,
harmless entertainment is required, and we
can heartily commend it as worthy of admis
sion into any tamily. For sale by Hunt &
Miner, MasoLic Hall.
WENT UP IN A BALLOON.—We did not
know until yesterday that Miss Amy Frost,
the talented and popular leading lady at our
Theatre, had ever made the attempt to letive
this lower world, but the following, which we
found in the Cincinnati Enquirer, shows that
Miss Amy, besides being a very clever actress,
is a lady of nerve. In speaking of her the En
quirer says :
"We once saw her make an altitnde - of a
couple of miles in a balloon, and as she took
her seat in the ehr, she exhibited all the cool
ness and courage of a heroine. Fortunately
she returned in season from her wrist flight to
appear on the boards of the play-house the
same evening; and of course was greeted with
•three times three and a tiger."
ATLANTIC MONTHLY.—This valuable month
ly has passed into the hands of Messrs. Ticknor
it Fields, who have published the November
number. It is to be conducted on the same
plan as heretofore, and the present number
compares favorably with any of its predeces
sor.. There is an interestingarticle on " Tom
Paine's Firt Appearance in America," anii,a
number of excellent articles on other Subjects,
literary notices, ikc., while the Professor of the
Breakfast Table once more makes his early
morning call. For sale by Messrs. Hunt
Miner, Masonic Hall.
TAILOSTNCL—One of the most fashionable
merchant tailoring establishments in the city
is that of Samuel Gray Son, No. 19 Fifth
street, to whose advertisement in another col
umn we call attention. They have on hand a
largo and seasonable assortment of goods for
gentlemens' wear, embracing the newest styles
and finest qualities, and having secured the
services of an accomplished cutter from New
York city, we feel persuaded that they will
give satisfaction to all who desire neat and
ALDERMAN -DONALDSON yesterday fined
John Travis, a drayman, $3 and costs, for dis
orderly conduct, in abusing a conductor of one
of the Passenger itailway cars when he re
quested him to leave the track. President
Verner, of the Railway Company, paid the tine
and costs, saying he did not wish to punish the
man, but only to warn him for the future, and
to establish a precedent in like cases.
FALLING IN.—The ground over the St.
Clair street sewer, near its termination on Lin
erty street, has sunk several inches within the
last few days. leading to the belief that the
crown of the sewer itself had fallen in. The
matter should be inquired into, and the dam
age, if it be such as is anticipated, repaired, as
the street as it now stands, is in a dangerous
way, and at this point unpassablo.
31A.rrEns and things in general about town,
itemically considered, are in a delightful state
of docility at present. All the usual scources
of load intelligence, are like the treacherous
summer spring, dried up when our need is
sorest, for singularly enough it is with items 8.9
with numerous other things, when we want
them most there is none to be had, and when
we have enough they are too plenty.
BROKE HIS LEG—Joseph have, in the em
ploy of Messrs. Knapp, Rudd & Co., hod his
leg , ractured yesterday by the falling of a cast
ing, which he was putting up in the new Iron
City Bank building, Fourth street, a derrick,
having given way. He was conveyed to his
residence in the Fifth Ward, where ht received
SELLING GOODS BY Armstrong,
John Elliott, and N. Butterly, a New York
firm, have been summoned to appear before
Alderman Lewis, on information made by
Henry Haley, to answer for an alleged viola
tion of the Act of 12th April, 1851, which im
poses a penalty of three hundred dollars for
selling goods by: sample without a license.--
They will have a bearing to-day.
EIPOSING sits PrasoN.—A man named
Enoch Mclntyre, was arrested on Sunday,
charged with exposing his person to a young
girl on the street. An examination before
Mayor Weaver showed that he was not in his
right mind, and he was discharged.
WIDENING DIAMOND ALLEY.—Diamond
Alley, above Smithfield, will soon be one of
the finest streets in the city, as the work of
widening it is now progressing rapidly. It
will probably be open for travel by the first of
HEATING BY 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 & 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., Ti!. Tindle, George
Wilson, John Wilson, L. Wilcox, Directors.
DAVIS & PHILLIPS,
Steam Heating, Goa Fittinp, /Numbing and Brass Founders
Den/train every description of Nos Pirturcs and l'urnpn
No. 67 Wood skrul 108 First street., Pittsburgh.
E C HAN I CS' I.IrSTITIITE.—This Institution,
the want of which has been so long felt by our cititens
is now open under the superintendence of Messrs
Jackman Johnson , in the Lafayette Building. En
trance, 66 Wood street. It is designed for the perpetual
exhibition of the products of Mechanics, afanufactle.
rers, Inventors, and Artisans; and as a pitt , R , Or tPArat
for those seeking information relative to those !lewd's s
of industry, either by examination of samples or
scientific publications. Those having articles to bring
before the public will find It greatly to theiradvantage to
The public are respectfully invited to visit the
COULTER & IlifierrTzErt, House, Hlgn and
Ornamental Painters and Grainer& Orders left at their
shop on Fourth street near Market, Burke's Ilallfllne
aillbe promptly attended. •am
Mar AMONG DISEASES, Dyspepsia and D.
arrhcea rank as most difficult to cure. We are pleased
to have it in our power to point out a remedy which has
proved effectual in many cases, and which we can safely
recommend as a certain and infallible cure. It has been
the means of rescuing thousands from an untimely
grave, and given the glow of health to many a cadaver.
ou.s form. The medicine we have reference to, in HOS
TETTER'S CELEBRATED STOMACH BITTERS.—
These Bitters, whose virtues are promulgated through
the State, are continually increasing in the favor of the
public, and from the many cures they have effected,
have doubtless the ascendancy over any other prepare
hen before the public.
For sale by Druggists and dealers generally.
EIOSTLiThR & SMITH,
Manufacturers and Proprietors,
ea 2 NcalleNsisr, scan Pront stmt.
PITTSBURGH. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1859.
surveyor Gen'. Auditor General
COUNTILY. Rowe, Kelm, Wright, Cochrane.
Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep.
2546 251.N1 2539 2529
4729 7930 4720 7984
1942 2261 1943 2282
1132 1749 1131 1756
7268 6451 7444 6251
1339 2602 1340 2000
1514 2075 1514 2007
5154 5176 6159 5172
1651 3733 1019 3743
2150 2009 2147 2311
1900 1581 1868 1593
1215 633 1216 534
1457 1122 1443 1129
1828 1514 1640 1492
2233 2444 =3 2404
'Northampton , 101.4
^7 , 14
Snyder. .. ..... 700
Warren ......... 759
Wyn-nmg. ....... 942
H eim'r mej
TOE THREE FAST MEN" was produced, for
the first time within a year, at the Pittsburgh
Theatre, last evening. It attracted a largq,
audience. reminding us of its original popular
ity, and was well received. Miss Lucille, Miss
.fenny Glenn and Mr. Howe performed their
parts admirably, the minstrel scene was ef
fectively rendered, and the piece went off to the
entire satisfaction of the audience. It will be
repeated this evening, with the same cast
I.vcrurty —Dr. Edgar, an eminent Irish
divine, who preached to large assemblages in
this city on Sunday, delivers a lecture at City
Hall this evening, on " Ireland as it was and
as it is." Ho was for a long time a missionary
in the land of the Shamrock, and the lecture
will doubtless be highly entertaining.
ATTkCUMENT were ie,w•d from the Court
of Quarter Sessions yesterday, to bring in a
number of persons against whom thejury found
true bills, but who did not answer when their
names were called.
AM. Scantbt, charged with being concerned
in the late attack on Mrs. Hyde, at her beer
hall on Fulton street, was arrested on Saturday
night, and on Sunday morning committed for
GRoi•EnV Die.t.I.ER.S, mid others, Will notice
the extensive sale of g 00414 in their line at 10
o'clock this morning, at Davin' Auction Room,
5-4 Fifth street.
Tut: winter approaches, and everybody will
need warm and comfortable clothing. This
they can obtain cheap, well and fashionably
made, and of the h.<t and most substantial ma
terial, at the establishment of W H. McGee
& Co., corner of Federal street and the Dia
mond, Allegheny City. Their stock of fall
and winter goods is large and well selected.
They employ the best of workmen and always
please their customers. hey give especial at
tention to boys' clothing. Call and look at
tea., SICK HEADAcIrI: i)tiSPEPSlA.—Sev
oral niembera of the Methodist Episcopal ;aid Methodist
Protestant Conference• hare strongly recommonded
r. Wilson's Pills. The Erie Conference also records on
urtial an official set of favorable expression towards
te•« and their inventor. When so great a body
of con,leutmus mini.l..rs of the gospel thi, frankly
express themselves 111 favor of this cleat medicine, it
need., no Nailer eneoniums. See Guide to Health.
B. L. FALINESTUCK & flt 1..
No. 60 Wool street, Pittsburgh, Proprietor.
JOSEPH =TO.. ANTHONY MILL
JOSEPH MEYER & SON,
m...rmtnre", and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS,
No. 424 Penn Street, above the Canal,
Have on hand a large assortment of Fancy and Plain
Furniture, in Walnut and Mahogany of their own manu
facture, and warranted equal in quality and style to any
manufactured in the city, and will moll at reasonable
JOHN N. SHEPHARD
(Successor to Hartwell & Shephard,)
Druggist, Corner Wood and Sixth sts
A:complete stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
011.:3 and DYES, constantly on hand.
Will find it to their advantage to give us a call. Man
facturer of the eelebrted
WM. H. WHITNEY,
OFFICE at the Pittsburgh Post, Fifth
kJ street, Wood. 13,13
L. C. HEPBURN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND CONVEYANCER,
OFFICE WITH H. HEPBURN,
DRS. C. M. FITCH & J. W. SYK ES
PHYSICIANS FOR DISEASES OF THE
THROAT AND CHE3T, and other Chronic Ail
manta complicated with or causing PULMONARY COM
OFFICE-101 Penn , Pittsburgh, Pa.
CONSULTATION FREE A Ilst of questions sent to
those who wishto consult us by letter. leththsealyw
ENGINEER'S POCKET TABLE-BOOKS
mold by (Belo] J. R. WELDIN.
BROWN'S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA
GINGER, for sale at
JOSEPH ABEL'S DRUG STORE,
iig2G eor. Fifth and Grant eta.
JA - RF.4 HOLMES & CO., Pork Packers
and dealers in Bacon, Lard, Sugar Cured Rams,
Ar., corner of FIRST AND MARKET STREETS,
felely Pittsburg) •
CINCINNATI SUGAR CURED HAMI;
and Dried Beef, 2 2 tierces to arrive, per steam()
Belmont, at HA WORTH & BROWIMEE'S,
spa in the Diamond
ffITTAP WRAPPING PAPER.--Or‘N e m t;
25 ' , anti"; Medium, 37 and Double Crown COO .
CHADWICK & SON,
~ e ta No. 161 Wood et, Pittsburgh.
IiFBII TAMARINDS,just receive
ang2d enrner Diamond and Market street.
$ 1 11 I N HAND, fool ':6,1 per week, for
/ ninety %Wit.. purrhanns a per
Lot, 33 by
ties feet, tin M. Wobbigtbn; for sale by
Pell 8, C.;I.IIFIISNIVE k 80N.51 Market at.
Alllil7,ffiirtAVlNG AND PRINTING,
in Ills tisstest styles, and %t as low prices as any
.4 1./ 11,01. e J. R. WELDIN.
C 3 Wood street near Fourth.
PLES.S Barrels New Dried
Apple. for a Mc. by HENRY H. COLLINS.
MEN'S FINE SHIRT COLLARS,
NECK TIES, GLOVES,
SwrpeMARKET ST nders,Un ß dersbirts and Drawers—new stock at 77
COAL OIL I COAL OIL I COAL OIL I
100 bbla refined Burning Coal Oil for sale by
ER EL SAWYER.
CHEESE -20 boxes received and for
Ws by LW] =WY S. COLLINS.
u Lim _ amaia w
Four Days Later From Europe.
ADDITIONAL BY THE ANGLO SAXON.
NEW YORK, October 24.—The following ad
ditional items were brought by the Anglo
FRA.NCK.-All the Catholic Bishops have re
ceived orders from Rome to preach in favor of
the restoration of the Italian Dukes.
The Paris Journal says that Napoleon is
getting disgusted at the procrastination of
Austria in relation to the Italian question, and
for a moment French policy inclines to a more
intimate understanding with England.
Tho Un;rers has received a warning in con
sequence of the publication of an objectionable
article with regard to Cochin-China.
said to be quite inferior.
Prpix._—lt i 9 stated that the French Consul
""rhe national" subscription fur the purchase
ot'a million of muskets is proceeding with
The organization of the military forces of
the Italian League is being completed. Vol
unteers are daily coming in, in great numbers,
from Venetia, and deserters from the Papal
army are flocking in.
Tho official Piedmonteso Gaxlte denies that
Victor Emanuel has been appointed Dictator
in the Legislation. The Sardinian Chambers
are to meet as soon as the treaty of peace is
signed, and will then be dissolved and new
elections take place. A memorandum from
the Romagna urges the great Powers to sanc
tion the annexation to Piedmont, and says the
Pope has virtually abandoned his authority.
The Sardinian Minister is about to quit Rome,
and will place the subjects of Sardinia under
the protection of the French embassador.
The Dowager Empress of Russia is about to
visit Piedmont, and the King is to receive her
at Genoa. This, in connection with other in
cidents, is construed into a sympathy between
Russia and Piedmont.
Ca.la'n. mi. 17511
A.—The taxes imposed in May last,
and which were to be continued only during
the war. have been prolonged till November,
ItitiO. The rumor that Baron Bruck had ten
dered his resignation is not confirmed.
SPAIN.—It is said that Morocco has asked
for a further delay for the settlement of the
question at issue with Spain, but the demand
as not been acceded to.
The Spanish Consul at Tangier btu received
orders to quit his post on the nth of October,
and on the 18th, the troops are to enter the
Moorish territory, unless the dispute is pre
INDIA.—The Calcutta mail of September
leali has arrived at Aden.
The Rebels at Nepaul and on the ftontier,aro
SOIIIO of the discharged European troops,
have already sailed from Calcutta.
A vague report that Lord Canning is to be
succeeded in the Governor Generalship, by the
Earl of Clarendon, prevailed.
CHINA.—The dates from China, received by
the Overland mail, are to September 10th.
The Peiho river and the Grand canal are gill
blockaded by the English and French war
Tho American Minister, Mr. iVia, was still
negotiating with the Chinese, and was about
to proceed to Pekin.
Ching Kang, the celebrated rebel leader, has
been killed by his own people.
TttE LAT EST. —L011d(171. OCtuber 12. —T h e
Daily Ne,,s says that the Government of Mo
rocco is understood to be disposed to conrede
to Spain's demands. The .V.lrs also states that
there are reasons to suppose that the American
ditTieultie, will soon be settled. The language
of the United States Government is firm and
The Tie., states that the want of funds by
the Governments of Central Italy is,represent
ed as daily becoming more severe, and it is
doubtless. upon a break down in this respect
that the Emperors of France and Austria
mainly calculate for the restoration of the old
rulers. The agents of Tuscany are understood
to have been unsucce s sful in their attempt to
nil«. one or two millions in London.
ASIIINOTON Cm, October '24.—A num
ber of the papers brought from the insur
gents' camp at Harper's 'Perry, and in posses
sion of the government, will be published in
tins CoLstitution to-morrow. Some of them
are signed John Smith, in the hand-writing
of one of the sons of Ossawattamie Brown, ana
endorsed in that of the latter. The documents
show that the conspiracy extended throughout
a portion of Ohio, New York, New England,
and to some towns in Pennsylvania.
Mr. Greenwood, the Commissioner of Indian
Affairs, has returned to the city after an sib
scence of six weeks, during which time he
made arrangements for treaties with the Sacs
and Foxes of the Mississippi and with thp
Kaw Indians of Kansas. He also visited
nearly all the Indian tribes in Kansas and
Nebraska. He expresses gratification at the
result of his numerous interviews with them,
and says that they i are anxious to adopt the
pursuits of civilized life, as they can no longer
depend on the chase. This, it has become the
policy of the government to encourage.
The sloop of war Vincennes. having been
absent upon the African coast for two years,
has been ordered home.
Captain Cook to March on Harper's
Perry and Charlestown, and Rescue
the Prisoners. &o.
New Yorm, October 24.—The Washington
correspondent of the Herald telegraphs that
the Secretary of War has received, since the
affair at Harper's Ferry, an insolent letter,
purporting to come from the notorious Cook,
dated at Chambersburgh, Pa., informing him
that it is his intention to march an army of
several thousand men, and take Harper's Ferry
and Charlestown, and to liberate the prisoners,
and to perform sundry other ridiculous feats.
They would hardly have given the Secretary
warning in advance if they really intended to
carry out their threats.
No. 90 Fourth stroot.
NEW ORLEANS, October 24.—Advices re
ceived from Brownsville, Texas, to the 20th,
states that Cortenas is still encamped above
the city. The Indians are joining the band
constantly. The Mexican troops have return
ed to Matamoros. Lieutenant Langdon has
arrived with three cannon. The citizens cap
tured one of the leading outlaws, who was
sentenced to be hung. Cortenas threatens to
burn the town if he is executed. The citi
zens aro alarmed and are fleeing, and the town
will be deserted unless assistance arrives soon.
Accounts from the sugar crop in Louisiana
Card from Hon. Joshua H. Giddings.
PHILADELPHIA, October 24.—Hon. Joshua
R. Giddings publishes a card defending him
self from the insinuation implied by the re
fusal of Captain Brown to answer the question
while in conversation with Senator Mason and
Messrs. Faulkner and Vallandingham,whdther
he (Giddings) had been consulted about the
Virginia expedition. Ho pronounces this at
tempt to assail him dishonorable, and denie.4
ever having been consulted by Brown in re
gard to his Virginia expedition, or any other
expedition or matter whatever.
Capt. Cook's Sister in Carlisle
CARLISLE, October 24.—A lady calling her
self Cook's sister, accompanied by two men,
arrived hero this morning. She says that the
man under arrest is not Cook. The prisoner
is to have a hearing to-morrow. Ho denies
being one of the Harper's Ferry men. Parties
are expected to arrive here to-morrow to iden
tify him. •
ONE DAY LATER PROM EUROPE
Arrival of the Oceau Queen
Naw YORK, October 24.—The steamship
Ocean Queen, from Havre and Southampton,
has arrived. She brings dates from Liverpool
to the 13th inst., being one day later than re
ceived by the Anglo Saxon, off Farther Point.
Tho ship Quebec, of New Orleans, was
wrecked off the Eddystone lighthouse, on the
Robert Stephenson, t.he eminent railroad en
gineer, is dead.
Austria has refused to diminish the debt of
Lombardy, duo to Sardinia. France and Pied
inont propose to submit the point to arbitra
Prsa.v.—Numerous arrests had been made
at Parma, and the principal authors of, and
accomplices in the murder of Auvite, officer of
the ex-Duke, were in the hands of the justice.
The city had become tranquil, and the disarm
.; of the populace had been ordered. It was
rounded by Modena and Tuscan troops.
The Pope was to have an interview with the
ing of Naples, at Castle Gondolfo, where he
ill prolong his stay on account of the agita
tion reigning at Rome. After his departure,
a demonstration took place in honor of the
-dinian ambassador. A crowd of visitors,
o imated at 10,000, left their cards at the am
• asador's residence. The French gem dearsnes
hserved order, but the effect of the demonstra
}n was profound. The ambassador was to
ILve on the 10th inst. Another silent demon-
_.cation was expected.
THE Zunrcn CONFERENCE.-A Zurich des
patch of the 11th says that the conferences do
not draw to a close. Austria still refuses to
diminish the amount of the debt of Lombardy,
to be borne by Sardinia. The demands of
Austria aro not only resisted by Sardinia, but
they do not receive the support of France, who
has proposed to submit the disputed point to
the arbitration of another power No answer
had yet been received to the proposition.
FRANCE.—The Emperor was expected at
Paris on Wednesday night.
An envoy of the Sultan bad arrived at. Alex
andria, bearing an order to the viceroy of
Egypt, on the Suez canal. The foreign con
suls bad immediately assembled to take meas
ures on the matter.
StArs.—Letters from Madrid state that the
Emperor of Morocco bad ratified the arrange
ment concerning the frontier of Metila, and
expressed his readiness to give Spain all the
satisfaction she demands.
been made at Constantinople, concerning the
recent conspiracy for the assassination of the
Sultan. It is asserted that incendiary ma
chines have been discovered, which were des.
tined to burn the European part of the town.
The Grand Vizer had tendered his resigna
tion but it was refused. It was evident how
ever that the dissolution of the Ministry was
A new loan had been contracted .under
Tj.siis.—On the occasion of the obsequies of
the Bey of Tunis, the Moors assailed the Jews,
and wountled,,,a few Christians. They also
wounded a minister of the new Bey, who had
come to tho rescue with his escort, striking
and killing many on the spot,-,Lind causing
thirty of the musseiman to be arrested. Tran
quility finally prevailed.
LATER FROM CALIFORNIA
Arrival of the Baltic
NEW rOIIK, October 24.—The North At
lantic Steamship Company's steamer Baltic,
Captain A. F. Gray, from Aspinwall, with
California dates to the 7th instant,and $1,800,-
000 in specie, arrived at this port this evening.
Her passengers having made the trip from San
Francisco to New York in nineteen days. The
fastest time on record.
The steamer Golden Gate connected with the
The steamer Golden Gate, with Lieut. Gen.
Scott on board, sailed from Acapulco on the
sth inst. for San Francisco.
CA LIFORN I A.--Jame9 M. Crane had died o
Collector Washington of Saud.Franciseo
had entered the field for the Unite(rStates Sen
Advises from San Bernandine report a seri
ous row between the Mormons and Gentiles,
in which several persons were wounded, but
not dangerously. . .
An outbreak bad occurred at the California.
State prison, which was suppressed, after three
men were killed and three wounded, including
one of the overseers.
The steamer Bolmar lying at Quarry Point,
was the scene of the affray. Some GO of the
convicts having attempted to run away with
SALT LAKE.--The, Salt Lake advices are to
September 2.lst. Mr. Carpenter, a prominent
merchant, has been killed by the Danites.
Rumors prevail of several companies of emi
grants having been plundered by the Indians
on the northern route, and several killed.
The San Juan advices say that a notice had
wen posted on the wharf, that the revenue
aws of the United States are in force at all the
Islands east of the Horo Channel, and that
property or vouch landing there will be confis
cated if the laws are not complied with. A
vessel which had landed liquor had been con -
ti.cated, and the party fined $5OO and one year's
The United States frigate Saranac left Pana
ma on the Gth inst., to protect the transit route
to Central and South America.
Boum.—The revolution in the state of
Bolivia was attracting attention. The advices
represent that the national government had
declared the State in a state of Beige. Rumor
says that the government forces were defeated
at Mempris, with a loss of &l killed and 200
prisoners, and that the revolutionists had taken
up a strong position to prevent the national
forces from descending the river.
COSTA RlNL.—Minister Jones had presented
his credentials to Costa Rica. Minister Dimi
try had reached San Jose.
Gue.TEst4.l./..---The British boundary treaty
had been ratified.
CHlLL—Valparaiso dates are to Sept. 15th.
An expedition of 2000 men were preparing
to chastise the Aracanian Indians, who were
in entire possession of the Islund of Vergara,
which had been deserted by its inhabitants.
PERII.—The fortes to act against Ecuador
or Bolivia, were embarking at Callao, Ecua
dor. President Robles had left the country,
and Gen. Franco was declared supreme chief.
Explosion of the Locomotive Virginia
SCRANTON, Pa., October 24.—The boiler of
the locomotive Virginia, belonging to the Dela
ware, Lockawanna and Western Railroad,
exploded in the yard at this place at about one
o'clock this afternoon. Robert Sterrett, the
engineer, William Brown, fireman, Mr.
Swartz, formerly of Moscow, Pa., and two
others, whose names are unknown, were killed.
The engine is a complete wreck. The cause of
the explosion was a pressure of steam.
American Vessel Fired Into.
BOSTON, Oct. 24.—Caps. Horton, of the ship
Arlington of Hallowell, reports that while
passing the straits of Gibralter, a two pound
shot was fired from the Spanish fort of Tarifa,
which passed entirely through the ship, strik
ing just under the main channel on the star
INDIANAPOLIS, October 24.- - An accident
occurred last night at Union City, caused by
the explosion of a camphene lamp. One child
was burned to death in its mother's arms, and
four other persons were badly injured.
THE ATTENTION OF MEN OF MODE
RATE MEANS is called to the offer for sale of
forty of the most eligible
in the Second Wara, Allegheny City. The - prices are
suited to the hard times, and time will be given to suit
all purchasers. For i m,32 f i t ,v i i) culars inqmre of
Corner East Common and Water street,
nob Allegheny City
DUFF'S BLAXIKS, for Mercantile, Steam
boat, Railroad and Bank Book Keeping, on hand
and for tale by W. B. RAVEN,
octlo eon Wood & Third & Market & Second Ida
t.,(1 prime ' ce now landing
and for ado by
4 411 MILER 2 SIONEMON.
Stage of Water.
River—Two feet six inches water in the channel
Reported 111-preaBly for: Ma Daily Morning Post
Piransmia, October 24, 1859.
Flour...Rales dull today, and none from first hands.
From siore 850 bbls sold at $4,65®4,80 for superfine, $4,-
9045,10 for extra do., and $.5,245.750 for extra family;
fancy brands, $5,70‘&5,80.
Giraln...War.AD-5W bush. red, from first hands at
$1,08; 'MO bush white from store at $1,15. tiers-450 bush
from depot at 45@46e, and 210 bush from store, at 48
Hay...Salos.lo loads from scales at 316019 ton.
Bacon—Sales 11,000 IDs. Shoulders and Sides, at 6%
and 1014 c. •
Sugar... Sales 9 hhds. N. 0. at 8%e.g1 tb.
Molasses... Sales 35 bbls. N. 0. at 421?,43e.11 gal.
Cofree...Sales 19 sacks, Rio at 12%fg113c.
011—Sales 12 bbls. Lard No. 1 at 91c. IF gal.
Apples... Sales 16 bbls. at $2,25 for prime.
Cheese... Wes 70 bOxes W. R. at B%@9c.
Salt... Sales 62 bbts. No. 1 extra at $1,15 gl bbl.
Mein Pork—Sales 13 bbls. at $16,60.
Buckwheat Plour_Sales 40 sacks from store,
at $1,75 'f 100 lbs..
Butter... Sales 600 lbs:Roll at 13e. IR lb. • •
Potatoes.-Sales 48 bush Red at 38e; libbls. Jersey'
Sweet at $3,00.
Whlsky...Sales 26 bbls. Rectified at 28(.26e.? gal.
New York Market.
New Yoee. October24.--Catton quiet but steady; sales
GOO hales; uplands middling 11%. Flour advanced 10®
sales 9.0,000 bbls.; the market closed with a declin
ing tendency; State $4.90®5.00. Wheat declining; white
01,00, Milwaukee club $1.1201,15. Corn heavy; sales 2i ,-
000 bush; white $1.03. • Park—prime advanced sc, with
sales at $10,93. Lard declined sales at 103 li%c.
Whisky 29c. Sugar active; Muscovado 53'@7c; Havana
fi1;,®8 . 1.6e. Coffee quiet, with sales at 10.1'0121.5c. Oats
firmer at 360040 c. Bacon quiet at 93. c (or hams. Tal
low firm at 11c. Freights on grain to Liverpool s®6d.
CINCLINATI, October 2.l.—Flour is more active; holders
are generally asking $4,180@ , 1,90 for superfine. Wheat
continues in good demand at $1,08®1,12 for red and E l ,-
12(E$1,18 for white; butlittle Is on the market. There is
no change in other grain. Whisky dropped to 21c 11$
gallon, and is dull. Provisions quiet and unchanged;
there was °groan sate of Mess Pork at $3,75 reported.
Ezchange easy at „4,,,C.
New York 9
Nor Your, October 24—Stocks heavy and generally
Chicago &Rock Island 6 e. 14 Michigan Central —. 5
llinoili Central R. IL- Reading
Mich. Southern, pre... 14 Hudson River It ft b'a. ,1 - 55 , 4
Galena d Chicago. 73,h,
New York Weekly Bank Statement.
Nut Yoax, October 22.—The Bank Statement for the
week ending on Saturday, shows n decrease In circula
tion. $62,000, en increase In loans, $26,000: an increase in
specie, $1,256,000r, and an increase of deposits, $1,476,000.
IL T. KENNEDY.. W. S. KENNEDY.
PEARL STEAM MILL.
ALLEM:ECM - CITY,
R. T. KENNEDY & BRO.,
WHEAT RYE AND CORN PURCHASED.
Fl OUR, CORN MEAL AND HOMINY,
MANUFACTURED AND DELIVERED
efITSBURGH AND ALLEGHENY.
atehlyclaw) TERMS, CASH ON DELIVERY
Z. L. E.ISNER,
No. 114 Cor. Wood and Flfth Streets,
ANTILL SELL BLACK FROCK DRESS
COATS use to sell at. 410,00 for $ 6,25
Frock Dress Cloth, fine, use to sell at.- 14,00 for 10,00
first Quality Cloth, " " 18,00 for 12,00
Black Cloth Pants, " " 5,00 for 3,25
" (superfine)" " 6,00 for 4,00
Onitslmere suits made to order, 25,00 for 18,00
Also, Satin. Plush,P.l.lk and Cloth Vests,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
At very low prices. The above lathe Cash Price, and by
referring to this advertisement, the above prices will be
stricu adhered to. ctlLgaboc
cases Cliequot quarts Champagne Wine
6 do' do pta do do
20 baskets Peas Heidseick's qts do do
10 do do do pts do do
10 do Bonehe pht,and Dronetqta do do
5 do do do do pts do do
25 eases St. Julien Medoc Claret do
10 do Ladies' Catawba do
15 do do Ginger do
In store, and for sale by
spat 3f ELLER & BICRETSON
QTA Refl.-150 boxes for sa e by
1.,7 ss3o HENRY H. COLLINS.
100 bags Rio Coffee;
% pockets Java do.;
30 bbls. Crushed Sugar;
25 hhds. choice New Orleans Sugar,.
30 " good Sugar
100 half chests Y. H. and Blank Tea;
" Gunpowder Tea;
60 bbls. Golden Syrup,
100 boxes various brands Tobacco;
50 kegs EL Carb. Soda;
For sale b• WM. H. SMITH .t CO.
Aff A. WEAVER will open a handsome
a.”ortment of FALL AND WINTER
Together with a large assortment of criILDRE.NS'
CLOTHING and Patterns of all descriptions, at
NO. 21 FIFTH STREET,
Second Story, abore Elliott's Shirt Store, on FRIDAY
Sentambor Wth. latt3
DE LA RUE & CO.'S STATIONERY.-
Ladies' Note Paper, '
Ladies' Letter Paper.
The above make of goods is universally admitted to
be the best imported. For sale by
.1. R. WELDIN,
63 Wood street, near Fourth.
NDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
FINE SHIRTS, NECK TIES, SUSPENDERS,
And a full stock of Merino Under Garments, for Ladies
and Children, at
JOS. HORNE'S, I'7 Market st.
$2,50 0 -A FARM OF 51 ACRES,
6 situate at five walk froin the
R. R. Station, at Freedom; 40 acres inminutes
acre of which is In fruit; 3 durable springs; 2 stables,
etc. The timber is good; a valuable stone-quarry, good
fences, and a stone foundation for a dwelling house.
Price 52,500. For sale by
S. CUTHBERT A SON,
Real Estate Agents, 51 Market at.
DWELLING HOUSE TOR SALE. - A
comfortable two-story Brick souse, of four good
sized rooms and attic, with three lots of ground, situate
on Allegheny avenue, near the Outer Depot, Allegheny
City. Any person wishing to purchase a 'comfortable
house cheap, will find it to - his advantage to look at this
property, as it will be sold at abargain.
S. CUMBERT SON,
octal Real Estate Agents, 01 Market street.
25 Gross Anderson's Solace;
25 " " Aumlet;
25 " Mrs. Miller's Fine Cut •
25 Kegs Fig Tobacco;
25 Boxes Dulcissinous Tobacco, for sale by
REYMER A ANDERSON
No. 39 Wood street,
5513 Opposite &. Charles HoteL
D ROD UCE.-
A. 30 boxes prime Cream Cheese:
2 barrels Butter;
10 firkins " •
9 bbls. Clover Seed:
100 " Superfine, Extra and Family Flour,
For sale by toe WM. H. SMITH & CO.
CAMBRIC COLLARS—A large lot just
opened at about hayorliacre4TeriAtarket at
AP OF 'ENN YL ANlA.—Barnes
Roller Map of Pennsylvania. Price Si
J. B. WELDIN.
- 11 EFINED SUGAR.-
10 Eastwick's standard crushed Sugar
10 do do coarse pulverized do
10 do do fine do do
30 do Penna. A coffee crushed do
10 do do B do do do
6 do do C yellow' do
In i store, and landing, and for sale
6 dozen Gunn, West India. •
25 " Assortedlies
For sale by Et Eq•LE:B, * ANDERSON,
sel9 N 0.39 Wood street.
LOTS.—Three good Building
II Lots, each 20 feet front on Washington st., Man
e eater, by 128 feet deep to South alley. Price 1100.
Six Buildidg Lots on Overbill street.
Fight Lots on Mt. Washington. For sale by
serf S. CUTHBERT a SON, 51 Market at.
E G ESE FEAT RS--52 sacks
-2,000 lbs.. received this day, and for sale in lots to
suit purchasers, by
MITRTLAND t CONNOR ' ,
ee3o .. UT Liberty street.
81. CBROMATE POTASH-121)0 lbs
for sale by B. L. FA_BENESTCKS. & 00"
octla No.OO. corner Wood and Paarth etreetr
ELEFSE.--40 W. R. Cheese, just rf
ceiyed and for sale by
• , JAEL lond.obEt,
oorner Market and First street".
HATM.AN'S. D,RAWLNG PAM
Turkey PAUL All stow for sale by
mbrotype and Photograph
No. 70 Fifth Street,
NEARLY. OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE
Two Silver Medals and Two Diplomas, awarded for
Photographs, Ambrotypes, and Life Size Pictures. • -
SMALL PICTURES . ENLARGED TO LIFE SIZE, and
colored in Oil on CELtliaS. • • oct9
1.41 F ZE,
Colored in Oil, Pastelle, or Plain, iu the mostartehtia
style, and at Eastern:pricea
Jones' Building, Fourth street.
PHOTOGRAPH, AMBROTYPE, ME
LAINOTYPE AND' DAGITERREOTYPE GAL
LERY, aff. Fifth and Grant streets.—The subscriber.hav
ing fitted up rooms in M'TIGHE'S BUILDING, is now
874 1 tristt-r uk
that CANNOT FAIL TO.
Call eindexamine the collection: ' '
Corner of Fifth and Grant streets
DAVID E. PARK
SMITH, PARK 8z CO.,
NINTH WARD. FOUNDRY
Warehouse, No: 149 First and I.X Second streets.
Manufacturers of all sizes and descriptions of Coal On,
kiniorts and Stills, Gas and Water Pipe, Sad Irons;
and frons fi Wagon Boxes, Steel lqoulds, Pullies,Hangers and
ec. ..Uso n J g o s t;bing acid Machine Castings of every desert ' p
tion made to order.
Having a complete machine shop attached to the
Foundry, all necessary fitting will he eareftdly attend
ed to. myWalydaw
T.Ali r. 9 SUPERIOR COPPER IVITT.T,
PARK, ITCURDY & CO,'
MMANUFACTURERS OF SHEATHING,
Braziers' and Bolt Copper, Pressed Copper Bot
toms, Raised Still Bottoms, Spelter Solder, itc., also im
porters and dealers in Metals. 15n Plate, Str i Iron,
Wire, &e. Constantly on hand, Tinmen'a Mach es and.
Tools. Warehouse, N 0.149 First, and 120 Second atieeta,
Pittsburgh, Pa. Special orders of Copper cot to any de
ired Dattent. my24:l7daw
BATES & JOHNSON'S ROOFING.
WOULD GIVE NOTICE that he has par
chased the interest of his late partner, G. S.
BATES, in the ROOFING BUSINESS, and is the sole . -
manufacture and dealer in the following three , dietimet
hinds of Roofing—
Ist. Gum Elastic, Cement, Felt and Can.
2d. Improved Felt, Cement and Gravel
3d. Patent English Asphaltic Felt Roof
All warranted FIRE AND WATER PROOF. Roofing.
Material for sale, wit printed Mstructiens forusing- Of
fice at BATES k JOM , LSONS' OLD STAND, 76 Smith
N. R.—This Gum Cement is unequalled as a Paint rot'
Metal Roofs, lasting twice as long, at least, as paint, and
THE MANUFACTURERS OF SA
YEWS CHEMICAL OLIVE ERASIVE .SOAP,
after- subjecting it. to the severest tests Imown to the
trade, are filly persuaded that there is noFazafly
fog Soap in the - United States, for so little money, having
at once so many good qualities, (and so few discounts.)
OF BEAL:Q . I—In colors, firmness, surface-and tex, •
PURITY—In freedom from rosin, turpentine,
clay, fish oils, staleease, and adulterations.
OF QUALITY — For washing clothes, of every descnp,-
lion, coarse or fine; cotton, linen, woolen or silk; dyed,
printed or white: for EILISMiII tar, grease, pitch, paint; '
oil, winters' ink, shoemakers' wax, etc, from clothes,
furniture, and from the hands. ,
Clive it a fair trial for yourselves, and be convinced.
Remember, the name is on each bar. Aak.for a copy
of the directions. . B. C. Ac J. H. SAWYER, .
leS 47 Wood - street, Pittsburgh? '
MEDICINAL LIQUORS.—I - keep con
stayalp on hand a complete assortment of Li
quors, either bottled or otherwise, consisting of
Port Wine, Maderia Wine, • .
Sherry Wine, Catawba Wine
Holland Gin, Anutica RUM,
Bcerhave's, Hostetter's and Hoodands's German Bitters.
octl - corner of Diamond and Market Street.
FROM 371 CENTS to $4,00, for the best.
Steel Spring Skirts, East or West. The most cele
brated makes always on hand, at wholesale and ratan
EATON, CEEB A MACRUM,
oct3 N 0.17 Fifth street.
JUST RElika v tID.
FINE' . • -
DIES' FINE FRENCH CALF MOROCCO BOOTS;
LASTING MOROCCO GAI-
Gents' two-sole D. W. French Calf Boots
Gents' French Calf Cpngress Gaiters,
Gents' _Coarse and Fine Brogans; Boys' twoesole D. W.
French Calf Water Proof Boots ; Boys Congress Gaited%
Boys` Thick Boots end Brogans ; Youths' Thick Boots
and Brogans; . . .
MI‘4ES LIFEL FP MOROCCO, BOOTS ;
S LIPEMS, and Children' Shoes of all
kind% Ladies', Gents', Boys', Misses' and Child ren' GUMS, of all the sqles. . -
Also, MITCHELS' METALIC TIP SHOES, for Boys
Youths and Misses, all of which will be sold at very low
Give me a eel', at the Cheat, dash Store or
JOE. EL BORLAND,'-
No. 98 Market street, 241. door'from FtEh
TANDARD LAW TOO •
b United States Statutes at large, 11 Toturns&
&uvins' Institutes, 4
. Law Dictionary, 2
Greenleaf on Evidence, 3 '“
Chqy's Pleadings, 3 "
Blackstone, 2 w
Wendell's 4 "
Dtwerenzs Manes' Blackstone, 1
Kent's Commentaries, new edition, 4
Russell on Crimea, ' 2
Wharton's American Criminal Law,
Story on Contracts, 2
Parsons on 2
Phillips on Insurance, 2
Femme on Remainders, 2 "
Curtis on Patents,
Bates' American Railway Caaes,2 voLs,
Redfield on Railways.
octlB SAY 6 CO.. 65 Wood street.
8. GRAY & SON.,
DRAWERS AND TAILORS,
No. 19 Fifth Street,
TO COUNTRY ISLERCHAN'TS.-:—Wis in
rite the attention of country dealers malcirttheir
fait purchases to our large assortment of
Standard Miscellaneous Books, ,
School Books and School Stationary, -
Cap, Letter and Note Papers,
Legal, Letter and Note Eihrelopes,
Fancy and Staple Stationery,
Straw, Flag and Manilla Wrapping Paper, .
And a full stock of all articlesln our line, which we'sre
prepared to offer at prices that cannot fail to please:
octl2 . KAY d CO., 66 Wood street.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR.—LIfe of GoOrge
Stephenson, the celebrated Railway Engineer, by
Eamnel Smiles-4n one volume.
°et= SAY k-CO., 55 Wood streei
FAHNESTOCK CO eases for
see by B. .;
wan No. s 3. corner Fourth and Wood streets.
eI F. NEWTON'S OELFRRATED PRE
. IrITUAI GOLD PENS AND CASE& Paul:Medal:A
arranted. A select assortment received at
self. KAY & CO., 55 Wood street.
R I MS.-50 doz. Corn Brooms, e
by [ee2J ITENICY IL COLLIN&
' - -
E.-6(r boxes prime _ 7. cetera Re
serre, to arrive this 'day, and for 5a1e4 23374
oct3 Corner Market and A.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS WILL pur:
"57. chase a choice Building Lot, 25 by 100 feet. Terms
oetri B. C LITHE
91 Market street.
NAILS. -150 kegs, assorted sizes, in store
and for sale by
0et.20 197 Liberty street.
BUCKWHEAT. -200 bushels for sale by
e3O HENRY.IL COLLINS
RICH AND ELEGANT STYIYB 0
French Embroideries, at
EATON, MEE & MACRE3II3.„
Voct3 N0:417 Fifth street.
.ASHING MAC:IIIIi.ES - and BOARDS
20 dozen lyash Boards,;..:
Young America Washing Machines.
and 2= Liberty st
FaRD- 1 0 - .-50 barrels for sale by
H. H. COLLINS.
APER BAGS--12 different sizes. or e
by Caen , J. a. vnuzati
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