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VOLUME XVIII.
k'elji-Pilitif Vest...
JAMES P. BARE,
EBITOR - :AND PRO* ICIETOR.
raxs Daily, Five Dollars per year, strletly In ad
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Departure and Arrlval of PiUsenger
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Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad,
(From eorner of Liberty and Grant streets, Pittsbuiih.)
Leave Pittsburgh .
. Crestline. Ft. Wayne
Ma p Train. l.
A. M 6 A. 31. 6.36 A. M. 1:01 P. M
_.. 0:50 •
Express Train. .12:50 P: M. 8:45 P. M. 230 A. M
Arrive at Chicago
Express, 6,47 P. M. I Express,.... 8,17 A. M
Returning, a rive at Pittsburgh:
MO; 8.25 P.M I Express, 3:30 P. DE I Express, 220 M
(From Federal Street Station, Allegheny.)
New Brighton Accommodation.. 9:30.A. AC Lae P. M
. " 6:06 A.- M. 12:10 P. M
Puss in ia Railroad.
(From corner of Liberty and Grant streets.)
Leaves. Arrives.
9:05 P. M. 12:45 P. M.
260 A. M. 1L•50 P. 31.
4:20 P. M. 1220 A. M.
Express Train-
Vast Line
The Johnstown Way Passenger
Johnstown Accommodatio
n Turtle Creek
Second "
Third
0:00 A. M. 1:10 P. M.
250 M. 11:00 A. M.
.....1120 A. M. 0:50 A. 111 .
P. M. 1230 A. M.
620 P. M. 8:15 P. M
. •• • . •
Pittsburgh and anneilsrille
(From Liberty and Grant streets.)
Leaves. Arrives.
Mail ' 7:00. A. M. Csls P. M
E Xpress Train. 4.30 P. M. 8:46 A. DI
am/and and Pittsburgh Railroad.
(From corner of Liberty anidGmnt streets.)
Leaves. Arrives.
Express Train 1115 A. M. 2.40 A. M.
etail Train 8.25 A. M. 4.00 P. M.
fiat Line— 1.05 P. M. 8.30 P. M.
Wellsville Accommodation-- .•. 5.00 P. M. 11.00 A. M.
Pittsburgh, Cblunibus and Cincinnati Railroad.
(From Liberty and Grant streets.)
Leaves Pitts. Columbus. Arr. in Cita.
Fast Line 12.15 A. M. 8.00 A. M. 11.30 A. M
Express Train.. 1.05 P. 151. 1.30 A. M. T. 30 A.
THE COURTS
SUPREME COURT. —Before Chief Justice Low
rie and Judges Woodward, Strong, Thompson
and Read.
NovEmass 9, 1839
Tobin vs. Gregg, 16-'59; Fayette. Argued
by Howell for plaintiff in error, by Veech con
tra, and by Ewing for plaintiff in error.
Pittsburgh and Connellsville Railroad Com
pany vs. Cochran, 22-'59; Fayette. Non pros.
Beeson vs. Byres, 40-'59; Fayette. Non
pros.
Wednesday morning court met at nine o'-
clock, with full bench.
Borough of Uniontown vs. Committee, 39.
'59; Fiyette. Argued by Ewing for plaintiff
in error, and by Veech contra.
Canon vs. Campbell, 57, '59; Fayette. Ar
gued by Seine for plaintiff in error, and by
Howell contra.
Junk vs. Canon, 138, '59; Fayette. Argued
by Patterson for plaintiff in error, and Seine
and Ewing contra.
Beeson vs. Patterson, 144, '59; Fayette. Ar
gued by Veen)) for plaintiff in error, contra
not yet beard.
The Schiller Celebratiou.
The Schiller centennial celebration, as we
have already announced more than once, takes
place to-day, and it will be a gala day among
onr German fellow citizens, who have been un
tiring in their efforts to get up a fitting demon
stration. The programme will be found in our
advertising columns, and consists of a proces
sion, orations, a concert and tableaux. The
procession, consisting of the German and other
societies of the city, and several military com
panies, forms on Liberty street at ten o'clock,
and moves through the principal streets of the
two cities. At three o'clock addresses will be
delivered at Masonic Hall, In Geiman and
English; the former by. Rev. C. Walther, and
the latter by D. L. Eaton, Esq., of the Gazette.
In the evening a festival of a model and enter
taining character takes place at Masonic Hall,
consisting of vocal and instrumental music by
Young's Band, the Froshinn and Teutonia
Singing Societies, and a chorus of young ladies
and gentlemen, concluding - with twelve ta
bleaux, illustrating Schiller's " Lay of the
Bell," which will be executed by the Turners.
Nearly all the seats for the evening are already
taken, and the Hall will doubtless be densely
crowded. We hope the entire programme may
be well carried out, and that all who partici
pate may enjoy themselves.
CH.A.RGE OF MALICIOUS MISCHIEF.—Mr.
William Brinton appeared., before Alderman
Donaldson on Tuesday, and preferredacharge
of malicious mischief against John McCall and
Terry Kilroy. The facts, as alleged by Brin
ton, are these: McCall is a contractor, em
ployed in running the lines of a road through
Pitt township, upon which road Brinton has a
lot abutting. The ground is high, and a por
tion of the fence is sustained by a large oak tree
directly on the line. The surveyor had told
McCall not to injure the tree, but to keep out
a little in order to save the fence from washing
down. While Brinton was away, McCall and
Kilroy fell to and cut half the tree away,
digging up a portion of the roots, and leaving
the fence liable to damage by rains. It is fur
ther alleged, as a reason for this, that McCall
is on bad terms with Brinton. He kept out to
save other fences on adjoining property, and
ran the line closely upon Brinton's lot. Brin
ton states that the removal of the tree will in
jure his spring-house. The accused yesterday
gave bail for hearing.
MR. NEAFIE As CHARLES na-Moort.—This
being the centennial anniversary of the birth
day of the great noet and dramatist of Germa
ny, Mr. Rowe, the popular manager of the
Pittsburgh Theatre, offers at his establishment
-fhis evening a bill appropriate to the occasion.
The celebrated historical, soul -stirring tragedy
Of The Robbers," the first great production
of the world,renowned Schiller, will accord
ingly be produced, with a good cast, Mr.
Neale, the celebrated tragedian who has been
playing an engagement here this week, taking
the part of Charles de Moor, while Miss Emma
Cushman'personates Amelia. That it will be
well performed we have no doubt, as all the
parts are well cast. Mr. Neafle has gained a
was reputation in this role, which he will
doubtless sustain. The ever popular farce of
the " Limerick Boy" will close the evening's
entertainment» We hope to see a large atten
dance on - this-interesting occasion.
Aeon:nun to a. BRAXEMAN.—On Friday
last, *Mr: O. W. Richey, residing, with a wife
and two children, in this city, and employed as
a brakeman on a local freight train, narrowly
escaped with his life. He was standing on the
top of the train coming West, when, near
George's Station, while standing with his back
towards the bridge at that point, his head came
in contact with it, inflicting a severe contusion.
The train was running slowly or he wou.d
have been instantly killed. Mr. Richey was
taken to the Elliott House, Greensburg, and
his wound attended to. On Saturday he was
removed tie his borne in this city, where be
still remains, slowly recovering.
Nzw Goons.—Joseph W. Spencer, at No.
80 market street, whose advertisement will be
found in another column, has just received a
fresh arrival of new and seasonable goods of
every description in his line of business, which
he will dispose of at fair prices. Mr. Spencer
fair, honest, upright 'businesi mail, and
Thepurchased from him can be relied upon.
n establishment ie in old one, deserving of
the patronage it receives.
Friwor. business bas been almost stagnated
since ihe commencement of the Rutherford
Cm. " Aldermen and citizens of
;Pittsburgh," constables and police officers in
cluded, aro all in attendance at court, perhaps
in their official capacity—perhaps not. The
commitments to jail, meantime, are of the or
dinary class of " vags, drunks, and disorder
lies."
THE BIRMINGHAM PessExaEs RLILWLY
This improvement will probably be in opera
tion by Monday at furthest. 'Workmen , ars
engaged in clearing out the track along the
route preparatory to placing the cars upon. it.
Five of the cars arrived from the East yester
day at the freight depot of the Pennsylvania
Railroad. They are from the factory of M a lrs.
& ek , rton, Philadelphia, and : of
similar ilze and construction to those in use on
the Citizens' Passenger Railway.
Flint and Plate Glass.
Flint glass, also known by the name of
crystal, is the most generally useful, the most
brilliant, and the heaviest description of glass.
The following is one among many ingredients:
one hundred and twenty parts fine clear white
sand, forty parts well purified pearlash, thirty
five parts litharge or minium, thirteen parts
nitre, and a small quantity of the black oxide
of manganese.. The litharge is employed to
assist the sand to, melt; nitro is used to dissi l i
-
pate carbon, and maganese to dissipate color.
The ingredients are intimately mixed together
before they are put into crucibles or pots
which are previously placed in the furnace. A
very strong and long continued heat is neces
sary, not only for the perfect fusion and amal
gamation of the materials, but also for the dis
charge of the impurities which they contain.
The glass is cooled down to a pasty mass, and
then wrought. There , is, perhaps, no process
of manufacture which excites so much interest
as that of fashioning flint glass into all the ve•
rious objects of convenience and.ornament for
which it is employed. To see a 'substance, so
proverbially brittle, blown by the human
breath, pulled, twisted, cut, and then joined
again, with the greatest facility, ,is surpassing.
Plato glass is both blown and cast. The
following proportions and ingredients are found
to produce a good article: Good sand, well
washed and dried, seven hundred and twenty
parts; alkaline salt, containing forty per cent.
of soda, four hundred and fifty parts; lime,
slaked and sifted, eighty parts.; nitre, twenty
five parts ; broken plate glass, four hundred
and twenty-five parts. It requires forty hours
exposure to the full heat of the furnace, to re
duce the materials to the proper state of
fusion and vitrification. When this is ac
complished, the glass is transferred from the
melting pot to a largo vessel called a curette,
and from this to a large casting table, where
it is distributed, by means of a roller, over
the whole surface of the table bars of metal
being placed at each side along its entire
length and across the bottom, in order to pre•
vent the glass from running upon the floor.
The casting of large plates of glass is one of
the most beautiful processes in the arts : and the
large mass of melted glass, rendered in a high
degree luminous by heat, exhibits changing
colors in the sheet after the roller has been pass
ed over it.
MISS DAVENPORT'S HEADING LAST N Kar.—
As we anticipated, Masonic Hall was well filled
last night to hear Miss Davenport's reading of
Shakspoare's. great comedy• of "As You like
IL" The audience were of course highly de
lighted, as they must be perforce, tnr the well
known powers of the lady were finely display
ed. Her sweet voice, with its-exquisite modu
lations, seems pectliarly adapted to recitations
of this character, and every part was rendered
in what we conceive to be the spirit of the
great author when writing the piece. By this
reading Miss Davenport has added many to
the list of her admirers. among whom are some
who had never before heard her. owing to a
prejudice against the Theatre It is impossi
ble with her talent that any thing which Miss
Davenport undertakes to do in the line of her
profession should be otherwise than pleasing.
The naturalness of her style, and the correct
ness and beauty of her elocution, are most re
markable. Her first reading in this city was
a decided success. On to-morrow night she
will read Shakspeare's play of the Merchant of
Venice. and recite the Marseillaise Hymn, an
entertainment which will insure another large
and fashionable house.
CARBUNCLE... , AND B..lLs—Letter from Rey.
Richard S. Ede.T.—Bosnia, Mass. June 1, Dye..
---31.essrs N. L:elark &Co.—Gentlemen—For
years I was a sufferer from boils. so that my life
became wearisome through their frequent and
persistent occurrence. In 161 A, a carbuncle,
which ultimately occupied a space of three or
four inches, formed on the small of my back .
During its progress, large piixos of decomposed
desh were every day or two cut away, and trio
prostration and general disturbance of the sys
tem were great. Before I had recovered from
this attack two smaller carbuncles broke put
higher up, and 1 was again threatened with a
recurrence of the sufferings to which I had so
long been subjected. It was. at this time that
I commenced taking the. Peruvian Syrup.
I had previously availed myself of the advice of
scientific and skillful physicians, and bad tried
various remedies which have been recommend
ed to me. They sometimes produce a tempo
rary relief, but none of them hail the effect to
break up the tendency of my system to boils
and carbuncles. Formerly the slightest Injury
to the '
cuticle, a scratcb',•or an abrasion was
almost certain to result in a boil, sometimes a
succession of them. I continued in taking the
Peruvian Syrup until I had used five bottles of
it, since then I have had nothing of the kind,
although occasions have since occurred which
would have given rise to acute sufferings, had
my system been in its former diseased condi
tion.
I attribute this improved state of me system
entirely to the Peruvian Syrup, and I feel that
I cannot express my obligations to it in terms
too strong. For years I was one of tho great
est sufferers. Other medicines gave me partial
and temporary reliet, but this remarkable
remedy, with a kind of intuitive sense, went
directly to the root of the evil, and did its
work with a thoroughness worthy of its estab
lished character. Respectfully yours,
RICI/1k1; S. EDP!,
Seo long advertisement in another column
Dr. Keyser, 140 Wood street, sole agent.
FIRE IN BLAIRRVILLE.—At an early hour
on last Thursday morning a building in Blairs
♦ille, opposite the Marker House, the first floor
of which wag occupied by Mr. C. N. Swoyer,
and the second by Mr. Lincoln, as a paintshop,
took fire and was burned down. Two build
ings adjoining were somewhat injured. The
loss is not heavy, being chiefly covered by in.
surance. The lire was the result of accident.
OUR lady readers should not forget the sato
of watches, jowelry, silver plated ware, 4ftc.,
by Mr. Davis this afternoon at 2 o'clock, and
7 o'clock this evening, at W. W. Wilson's, No.
112 Wood street. Some of the most superb
sets of jewelry ever offered in this city arc to
be sold. The entire stock having to beclosed
out in a few days, great bargains may be ex
meted.
A DISORDERLY MUTE.--Alderman Lewis
yesterday sent to jail Mary Jackson, a deaf and
dumb woman, charged with drunkenness and
disorderly conduct on the street. She resisted
the officers, and it required a hard struggle to
take her from the magistrate's aloe to thejail.
A WOOD STREET litzncnexT, who lost
twenty-five head of cabbage to a gentleman in
Allegheny, on the result of Tuesday's boat-race,
wheeled them, by previous arrangement, to
the residence of the latter over the Hand street
bridge, yesterday, to the infinite amusement o
a crowd of spectators who followed him.
AELLICIOUS.—The 'stable of Peter Brindle,
on the Brownsville pike, was entered on Satur
day night.last, and a quantity of harness cut to
pieces, wantonly. A hive , of bees was stolen
from the premises of James Stowarton on Fri
day night—probably by the same persons.
BENEFIT OF MR. NEAFIE.-By a card in
our advertising columns it will be seen that Mr.
Neafie closes his engagement at the Theatre
with a benefit 'to-morrow, evening, when he
will appear as the Corsican brothers and Don
Ceasar de Bazan.
Ditz .Greensburgh veillocrat says that the
Chestnut Ridge has been on fire for some
days, and the, supposition is that it was set on
fire by persons desirous of gathering chestnuts.
Perhaps the Westmoreland people prefer their
chestnuts roasted; some do not.
RAND CRETSEED.—On Monday a workman
employed at the Soho Iron Works of Messrs.
Moorhead ez Co., had his hand caught in some
machinery at which be was working, crushing
some of the bones and injuring two of his fin
gers, one of which Dr. McCook, who was sent
fur, was obliged to amputate.
OUT Or PAlioza..—Mrs. Baker, of Alleghe.
ny; who was stabbed by her husband, on lion
day, has so,'far Ilico7ered as to be considered
out of &Omer. Balm is alio growing stronger,
and it is more than probable that he will re
cover, though his due is still doubtful.
PITTUSBRGH. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1859.
THE RUTHERFORD CASR.—At the opening
of the Court yesterday morning, Miss Smith
was rigidly cross-examined by the defence, but
nothing elicited. Wilson Ramsey, (her brother
in-law,) officer Hamilton, Mrs. Frew, of the
House of Refuge, also the watchman of the in
stitution, Mrs. McGee. the Matron, and Mrs.
Hutchinson and Mrs. Wilmarth, assistant, were
also examined, and their evidence corroborated
that of the girl's. At three o'clock Mr. Hamp
ton opened the case for the defence, denoun
cing this prosecution as a conspiracy against
the Superintendent, and reflecting severely on
Mayor Weaver for his pertinacity in pursuing
he mat ter, and himself paying private counsel
for its prosecution. He then offered in evidence
the commitment on which one of this girls had
been sent to the House of Refuge, which was,
after an hour's argument, ruled out; Mr Oli
phant, of Fayette county, with whom Miss
nicely had lived, was called to the stand to
prove her general reputation for truth, but his
evidence was of no importance. Court ad
journed pending the offer of a letter, admitted
by Miss Hively to have been written by her
to Rutherford; it will be admitted or rejected
this morning.
Tux Central Board of Education :met Tues
day last. Present: 3lessrs. Kelly, Miller M'-
Auley, Negley, Sergeant, Varnum,, President
Singerley.
On motion of Mr. Negley, it was ordered thilt
Night Schools be opened in each of the wards,
to continue sixty-five nights; each session 2f
hours.
On motion, an appropriation of $lOO was
made to each ward for Night Schools, and
ordered that if any ward shall apply for ad•
tional applopriation, the committed on Teach
ers and Salaries shall visit the schools of said
ward and report the condition of the schools to
this board.
Adjourned.
EPISCOPAL —The Ohio North-eastern Asso
ciation of the Episcopal Church, met in Cleve•
land on Tuesday. Tho Rt. Rev. C. P. Men
vaine, D. D., Bishop of the Diocese of Ohio,
and the Rt. Rev. G. T. Bedell, D. D., Assist
ant Bishop of the Diocese of Ohio, were expect
ed to be present, besides from twenty to thirty
clergymen. The Rev. Dr. Clanton has re
signed the rectorship of St. Paul's Church,
Cleveland, and will go to St. Luke's Churcb,
Rochester, N. Y.
THE elegant furniture at administrator's
sale, in the Dispatch Building, Fifth street, is
going off rapidly, because at such low priers.
This is the most extensive and valuable furni
ture work ever disposed of peremptorily in our
city, and, after each day's sale, a fresh variety
is brought from the store rooms at the factory.
The sale will be vontinuv.l this afternoon at
one o'clock.
Cittouslt will be broken, it is expected, ~ n
Federal etre. q, for the' M anehutter Passenger
Railway, to day or to-morrow, and the .„ mit
hastened to completion a, rapidly KG 11,1,A
THE winter approaches, and everyb,ly
need warm and comfortable clothing. Thir.
they can obtain cheap, well arid fashionably
made, and of the brat and molt atibrtautial ma
terial, nt the citabli4inient of W. It. McGee
& Co., corner of Foderal -to-ct and the Din.
monad, Allegheny City. Their ft( . .- k of fall
and winter good; in !erg , and well Fe:ed.',"
They employ the b-st of workmen and always
please their cuhtorners. 1 hey give cwecial at
tention to boys' clothing Call and look at
their goods.
CaRLIt I. I'AItUNT:.. Itta4l`
t.q,,rehn.ridlr., orli;,h may an.e F.n
There mni two r1,11,111`.
n ese7y 'rlicy am 1 .1 . 11..-.O.N":t
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tail almre R,rlrl, Ty:or.rei
by It L FAHNE.AT , )(' I: A c• :. 1,
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GEORGE V . SMITH,
BREWER, MISSTEP" AND UOP DEALER
Pitt Street, Plttsburgh
A C 1 NG c()ltmENuEr. BREWING
for the net em. 1 am now prepared to furnish tny
rtiqtuTTlPrA MO, n
srpEition ARTICLE OF FRESH ALF
In tu TOV1121 : bran 1., 1 MT nmoula,ttsr•
mg a rvry FINE FLA‘ 011E1. BITTER ALII 1:/.1:
CZ inn 1.1,1 • xpr,, ,, ly far fnnuly t,e
This Alo it nut only ,14.1,ghtf I v rrmae. I.tit 11:shly
rerommendiNitl the medicficu!ty, for - trivs.ll3,l, grn ere.
• mild, nwin.hlng tonic 1, 7,01,4 1 tatvo 5 1. 0 To y
vete briitchi
WHEELING BOTTLED ALE'S,
Gro•taotly oh hand, eense:hog of KEN NETT BIT 'l
.I.NP CHAMPAGNE; PORTER AND BIZOSVN tiTOITT
Packages sent to any part of the coy. augl lam
I.ICATINO ny ..TEAM.-- As A s tontittlortial of
the, vortimunlike tnlinner. per!' 4.,t h.•iton of their e.:f
repulattng rnadnnee, esfety, rcout.my In foci, and the
nttle att.:n[lot: !1rv...hi...1y to keep Verb V. wire evilefort,o4.i,
pi ve vett, float,: to Me*ii.re. I and Plitlat,
kocceasora to Yeatlnpol ti CO, for their pLan of he acne
by 'steam the firrionif Ward YoLlir Srhool., in the city of
ant{ which hai met nor aprrosal, and we
would TeCtitrarieed them to the pov,h o entire
eattenienon vf heating by etnatn.
R. Miller, Jr, John Manthall. Jr.. M. 4`in.ii.e,Cinorgo
John IVilmon, 1,. Wdeoz, 1)i-recto:it.
DAVIS I PHILLIPS,
Steam Halting, Cku Flitting, Flurdvviond Brad Foot:err,
Dealers tin every dcacmptum 014 rlttlxre4 and Pumps
No. C 7 Wood and 144 Fir-41 ntrect, Pitt,bargh.
418
MECHANICM . IYEITTTUTL.--ThiS
the want of which has been 50 long felt by our citilenii
In now open, under the superintendence of 'II),ATP
Jackman & Johnson, m the Lafayette Budding. En
trance, ein Wood street- It in designed for the
_perpetual
lati
exduon of the prrelucts of Mechanice, Manufactit
refit, Inventor% and Artisans; and es a place of resort
for those seeking information rettitive to those branches
of industry, either by c xemination' of samples or
scientific publications. Those having - articles to bring
borert+ the putiliewill find it greatly to their advantage to
leave samples.
Sir The public are respectfully invited to visit the
institute.
COULTER 31EFrzEn, iioll3o, Sign tin('
OruamantAT Painter!, and . 6niinera. Order. lea. at Own
hop on Fourth rirem near Market, Ilurko'n Budding
will bot promptly attrivlodl *Om
fierNATUTCF: I 3 TITS 011.EkT 'PHYSICIAN
This is now admitted by the medical profession Al s fun
damental principle of healing lelehee. Il is wisely pro.
vided by the human eeoooiny that whenever anything
is wrong In the physical system the natural forces °kb°
body are brought to bear to expel the disease. The
great aim therefore is to strengthen the natural powers.
This bas been kept in view by the skillful compounders
of Dr. J. Hostetter's Bitters, which operate to give fresh
vitality to all the organs of the body. The effect of this
medicine upon the stomach, liver and the kidneys, are
prompt and decisive. The patient who is wise enough
to quit drugging and try the Bitters coos feels so if ho
had taken a new lease of life, and an he continues the
use of the article, he is overjoyed to find the streams of
health coursing through his frame. Let all from whose
cheek the bloom has departed give 'Dr. J Hostetter's
Celebrated Bitters a trial.
For n.sle by Druggists and dculers generally.
HOSTETTER d SMITH,
Manufacturers and Proptudnrs,
uo7 N 0.68 Water. and 66 Front streets
.TOBIT'II mane Ammon 1111131.
JOSEPH MEYER SQN,
Manufacturers, and Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS,
No. 424 Penn Street, above the 01
FrATO on hand a large easortmont of Fancy and Plain
Furniture, In \}'a and Mahpgany of their own manu
facture, and warranted equal in quality and style to any
manufactured in the city, and will sell at reasonable
half
EEL BOA' DI, G.--Six gentlemen
can he accommodated with rooms and boarding,
io a first-class boarding house, pleasantly located on
Liberty street, two minutes walk from the business por
tion of the city. For further information aply to W.
H. WHITNEY, at the office of the Morning Poet.
auggitf -
A. WEAVER will open a handsome .
usortment of FALL AND WINTER
MILLINERY,
Together with a large assortment of CBILDRENB'
CLOTHING and Patterns of all descriptions, at
NO.'4'll FIFTH STREET.
Second Story, above Elliott's Shirt Store, on FRIDAY
Sentember WO. pe'd
THE ATTENTION OF - MEN OF MODE
RATE MEANS is called to the offer for rale of
forty of the moat eligible
BUILDING LOTS • -
in the Secoidd Ward, Allegheny City. The . prices are
suited to the turd times, and time will be given . to . suit
all purchasers. ..ridulars inquire of '
ALEYANDER RATS, Surveyor,
Corner East Common and Water
THE LATEST NEWS
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Trial of Captain Cook
CHAELESTO wx, November 9.—The trial of
Cook attracted a great crowd in the court
room, both yesterday arid to-day. Governor
Willard and Mr. Crowley, the brothers-in-law
of the prisoner, occupied seats beside him. His
counsel are J.'E. McDonald, District Attorney
of Indiana, and Messrs. Lawson, Botts, and
Thomas C. Green, of the Virginia bar. The
prisoner was welt dressed, and maintained a
firm and dignified demeanor. He plead guilty
to all the counts of the indictment, except that
charging treason. The demurrer to the count
of treason was argued by the counsel and over
ruled by the Court.
A jury was obtained, the questions put to
them, being' about' the same as in Brown's
case. ,
Mr. Green, for the prisoner, admitted the fact
of the prisoner cmaplring with the slaves to
rebel, whist' is punishable with death, ur im
prisonment for lito.
Mr. Hunter then rose and res 4 the confes
sion of Cook. It is written by himself, and
fills twenty-flee foolscap pages. It elicits no
ing new, except that ho implicated Fred. Do'
lass and Dr. Howe. The confession is to
published in a pamphlet for the benefit of SCL
uel C. Young, one of the wounded meu
Harper's Ferry.
Tho session of the Court tn.day was spen
taking testimony, and opening the argum
for the State, the public feeling against Coo
stronger than against any of the other -
oners. He is regarded as having been a spy
the insurrectionists. Strong efforts will
made by Gov. Willard to save his life.
Washington City Items.
WASHINGTON CITY, November 9.-W.
the Cabinet was in session yesterday, the Pr
dent received a despatch showing the press
necessity for military assistance at Broa
yille. The Secretary of War, within hail
hour thereafter, issued instructions to Capt
Rickets, commandihg the artillery compass
Baton Rouge to place his men in readiness
a march, and at the same time the Quari
Master at New Orleans was telegraphed
make arrangements for transporting the tro
to Point Isabel, to which place they aro n
probably on their way.
A. private letter, dated October 4, says t
the new law of the Jaurez government, mak
marriage by the civil authorities imeerati
has create much excitement in North.
Mexico. At Durango, a pronunciamento
issued against the law, but it was suppres
by the authorities. In Chihuahua peals..
aro in circulation, calling upon the Gover
f the titans to suspend the execution of .
law. The clergy are at the foundation of th
disturbances.
The President has commuted the sentencs
Capt. Holmes, of 3laine, who was convic
,ime time since of the murder of a sailor ui
the bigb seas, and sentenced to be hung on '
2 - ith inst.
Rev. David Junkin has been appointed ch
lin in ihr navy.
•
The first number of lion. Thomas 11. Fl
Democratic Quarterly Review will
i , sued on Saturday. •
The Postmaster General returned from
South to-day. 110 has not yet opened the t.
for the transportation of the mail bet wtwn Pc
land and New
.1 B. Thou t :, tho ..pecia! deli-Gate (r
Broa ha.l an int, ViPW with the Sc,
tary of War t”-day, and Luny e roll to him
rdarming coLitition of the frontier of the
t;rande7
New York Election
NovenaThr 9.—The Trlleine
ti ntr, ,art the re„.e!t or the esection if/ tho
ta caterdny 112 i fellow 6: The five State 001-
or 4 on the nr,l Republican tickets
o e.•rtninly e4ctea. This includes Cutup-
A tt.rl,ev General, State Treasurer,
,l.;dg. and ('fork of the Court of Appeals.
The other four officers on the State ticket re
mains in doubt, tut the Republicans areroba
bly elesq“l. The new 5,T110.12 undoubtedly
1:er:ill:lean, probably by un ii.ereaed
and the Assembly is also strongly Republican.
The county officers electsd aro three-fourths
Reppnblirnn
'the city elects one Republican Senator,
whtch in a Democratic loz“. The Mozart Hall
or the ex-Mayer Wood Democratic nominees
fall far behind the Tatemany candidates. The
v..te in U is city is only fifty-four thousand,
over forty-six thousand less than registered.
The Demoeratic majority in the city for Comp
trcdler is twelve thousand seven hundred and
sov,nty-se: (11. For Secretary of State nine
teen thousand and seventy-one.
A truaN Y, November 9.—Thurston Weed
claims the election of li. M. Leavenworth, the
Republican Secretary of State, over ,lone 3, the
Democratic. Utica nominee, by 8,000 majority,
Rini of D.Linnivton, the Republican nod Utica
candidato for Comptroller, by 2.,600 majority.
Now Jersey Election
Tett:roil, N. J., November 9.—The returns
from the various sections of theStato indicate
the election of Charles A. Olden, Republican,
as Governor, by about 2000 majority. The
Senate will be Democratic, but the complexion
of the House is doubtful. In Salem county
Olden has about 100 majority. Neville, the
Democratic candidate for Clerk is elected in
the First Legit.Wird District. Lippencott,
Oppositiorf! is elected in the First Legislative
District by a small majority, and Haborrneyer,
Democrat, is elected in the Second District.
Charles S. Olden, Opposition, is' without
doubt elected Governor by 1,000 majority.
The Legislature will stand Its follows : Sen
ate, twelve Democrats, eight Republicans and
one American. House, twenty-nine Demo
crats, twenty-eight Republicans, and three
Americans. There is still doubt as to the
I House, the vote in some districts being very
close
Illinois Election.
Cutcaoo, November 9.—The County elec
tion passed off quietly. The vote polled does
not exceed half that of last municipal election.
The city gives a Republican majority of 615.
The telegraph lines south are working bad
ly, and It is impossible to obtain full returns at
present, from the election for. Congressman in
the Sixth district. The Sringtleld correspon
dent of the Times telegraphs that Sangamon
county gives ld'Clelland, Democrat, 500 ma
jority. Returns indicate his election by from
four to five thousand.
Schiller Centennial Celebration.
PUILADELPAIA, November 9.—The Ger
mans celebrated the anniversary of Schiller's
birthday with a procession, in which all the
German volunteers, singing societies, turners,
and beneficial societies participated. Each
man carried a torch and displayed numerous
dovices and transparencies, including a large
bell and a printing press in operation. Many
houses were illuminated alongthe route ; there
was a brilliant display of fireworks, and salutes
were fired during the march. On reaching
Broad street the torches were thrown into a
heap and consumed. After,listening to an ap
propriate address the crowd dispersed. , .
Gierrett Smith to be Tried for Comp li
city in the Hexper's Ferry Izmir
reotion.
NYw 'roast, October B.—The Tribune hn
denten& that Governor Wise has made , a re
quisition on Governor Morgan for the aurren
der of Gerrett Smith to answer the charge o
complicity in the Harper's Ferry insurrection
[sEcosrp DISPATCH.]
RICHMOND, November 9.—No requisition
has been made by Governar Wise on Governor
Morgan for Garrett Smith.
Arrival of the Overland Mail
ST. Louis, November 9.—The Santa Fe
Mails of the 26th of September and 17th of
October, arrived at Independence. The . mail
was escorted from Fort Union to Arkansas
river. There is no news. The conductor thinks
that hereafter they Will not be molested. -
Genet Smith Sent' to the Li:canto
Asylum.
Mica, N. Y., November 9.—Gerret Smith
has been sent to the Lunatic Asylum at Utica,
having become seriously deranged.
Massachusetts Election
BOSTON, November 9.—The returns, inclu
ding'ncarly the whole State, give Banks, Re
publican, for Governor, a majority of up
wards of 9,000. On the whole vote, his plu
rality over Butler, Democrat, is more than
23,000. The Senate, as far as received, stands
—34 Republicans, 4 Democrats, and 2 doubt
ful. The House stands-182 Republicans, 50
Democrats, and 4 Opposition. The entire Re
publican State ticket is elected.
Destructive 'Fire
KINGSTON, November9.—The store of Hen
derson, Cowan & Co., several dwellings, and
the steamer Britania, lying at an adjacent
wharf, were destroyed by lire last night. The
leas is partially covered by insurance.
PITTSBURGH MARKETS
WEEKLY REVIEW.
Carefully Revised and Corrected by our own
Commercial Reporter.
Prrrenceau, November 9,1859.
There is as yet no prospect of improvement in busi
ness, and it would seem as if the fall trade were over,
- N.- -,,
1
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"...sots .Theirr is • small decline, with lighter "ales.
We quvte iL! S;iv. tor shoulders; 10010 for aides
fol.:AM"; for plain hams, and 123,9413 c. (or ,rug sr
Beane. .The demand 1,1 arnell.with we oaxamional wale
of small white et $lOO per bushel for pnme small
where,
Butter.. Cemtinues sissree, and choice roll in bbls
trim:, 'Sale,
Brooms.. Are scarce and high. The rates are V.1.1,04$
2.50 per Mirka for common and r.147N34,25 for good and
Buckwheat Flour-1 he market is not ?alp
nme sales from store at $1,90(52.00 pet lo)
L'. and a few *mail lots at $1.Che51.75,
Ilucket• and Tubs... The Renter manufacturers,
priees are as follows :—ltucketa. plain inside, 'ft dozen,
51.1.5; painted Inside. $1,50; 3 hoops, 1,1,75: Tubs, NO.
3 hoops. 'ft, N 1, hoops, $4,75; No. 2,
N 5.00; No. 3.1.5.50; No. 4, $1.75; No. 5, $100; Heelers
o 'L 1.7.7.5; Half Bushels, wiled, $t,75.
Cordage
Manilla Rope. c0i1...11 il t. , Manilla
••ii ft Rope, cut... 12 11 lb
TarrTarred .. ...11Hemp ~ ...11 VI ft
I
.
Hemp - . ...II ft ft Tarred ••• * -13 gft
Parking Yarn. 1itie.....11 'il IS. Pecking Yarn, com-I 0 'ft lb
Bel anis -Manilla, $1,50.12,2543,04* dozen; Hemp,
$1.37, 52.001,,2,75 * dozen: hemp coil, 11c.* lb.
P7ui,9h Lines- MilMllit e7c. 'ft doiten; Hemp 70c. - *doz.
1.1.41.1 Clinlaqe.-Cotten Rope N and upwards, aic.; do.
below ,--,.,' ir.c.: Bed C0rd . 51..50,43,C.44,71, ft dozen:
Plough Lines 114.1:Sash Cords 86,54
Candles-The following ere now the current rates
of city manufacturer, Moulds 13e. ft M.; Dip 1.2}4c .
Star 16419 c In lh.
Cheese...ln to
,gooa demand, with sales of good W.
R. at Sc and cholce at 10c.
Corn 31ee1...We quote from tint hands at 65e per
bushel, and at 95403 from store, and to bits at 13,75
(4 1 . 00 .
Crackers... Have recently declined, and we now
quote as follows by the bid. Water Crackers. to ft ft.
Butter 7c ; Sugar bc ; Soda 7c ; Boston 7c :Pilot Bread. $5
ft 111.
C ranbe rrlea...But few of the new crop have as vet
rsached market. and sales are made 114 lin, 111.
Dried Usef-.Sales of small lots at 1341334, *
IL.. with a moderate inquiry
Dined Fruit-Peaches are scarce, and old com
mand 13,0043,50* bushel. The new crop of apples is
corning in, and we quote at $1.50 *buen.
E ggs...,tro to good demand, but the market is poor.
ly nu pplicd. We quote at 14415e.* doz. for pecked.
Feed... Ex hibita little change,W o note sales from first
hands of Bran and Shorts at 454154 c. f. i 100 be; Ship
Stuffs at 95411; Middlings at 57.33(41,40; Rye offal at $l,-
X. Oil Heal soils at V.,e41.30 *ton.
Feathers...We quote Primo Western at 46e. from
' lent hands:4o4 , soc- from store.
Fire Brick-Sales of Bolivar at r - ‘433 , * M.
Fish.-Without change; we quota large No. 3 Mack- I
erel at 111.00 in ibis, and 15,75 in half bbli. Lake White I
$lO,OO per bbl, 50,00 for half bbls ; Lake Trout atss.so, end
Herring at 11,75, Baltimore Herring, $7,00, Halifax do.
5,50; Mcvrivcs $6.50, Codfish 54,534 c II th.
Flonr-Exhibits little change enact our last, though
there is a small decline. We have to quotations from
first band, From More we quote at $4,5044,67 for su
perfine; 55,15gi5,5„343 for extra :and 15,5445,62 for extra
famity ; fancy [inlaid& 15,874,6,00,
Grain...ls in good demand at an advance since our
lied. • For lien Wuas from depot 1L25 is obtained, and
from wharf and store $.1,1041,32. Bazar:quotes at 704
75c. for spring and 50,...1. 54 ' , .. for fall. Bra brings 90c
from first hand& and 93495 c. from store. Coax from
depot brings 60c. for shelled and 63 for ear, azidac. from
store. Oora are in good demand, at 40c. g. bush. from
depot, and 43445 e. from store.
Ciroverles...Are without change. Sales New Orleans
Sugarat 84.814 c. in hrids,and By l3 6er inbbls; Molasses,
414.542 c. per gallon, to city„4ind c telbotmtry; Co ff ee
is firm at 12 13c. for Rio, end Co at 5340f.h . c.
Gas Pipe... The following are quotations for tho
wrought iron tubing:
Per Foot. ' Per Foot.
1 4, Inch Get Pipe.. 7 eta. 134 Inch Gas Pip e .. 32 cts.
1 . 4 7 " . 50
f 4 f l 44 41 44 L 4 3 ,4 44 44 44
.. ix,
il .. .• .3.0 g 0 3 - 0 0 -1,30
'.',. " " " . 13 " 3 % " " " -4 60 -
1 " " "
44
..173i " 4 " " " .1,90 "
Ie 4s 41. zy , „
nbject to the customary discount.
Hay... There is a good supply at scales, bringing $l7
019 g ton.
Hides-Green Beef Hides Command 7c g lb.; green
salted 14934 c, and dry flint 1834 c.
Iron and Nalls...lbe qoutations of manufactured
sou are as followa:-Common Bar 234 to 23c. 1 lb.
Nails are selling at $3,6004,75 for 10d. to 4d., according
to quality. The terms are six months' credit, or 5 g
cent. discount for cash. Sales light. •
Lord..-Has declined a trifle. Sales of City No. 1.
in barrels at 1111410 c., and country at 11411.3‘0. •
Leather-The market to steady, with no change in
our old quotations
RedSpanlah Sole g IL
Slaughter
Sing.- "
Harness.. .. 240260.
Bridle
Upper g dozen
Lumber, Seasoned-The following areeotationi
of seasoned lumber, from the yards to the city :-
Common - 1. inch Btards, g"1000 feet...l ..... .$l5 00
Clear " ~. 32 00
FlOohng dteased "" - • 22 00
Shingles, 1$1 , ;1000 350
Lath, 225
Oak flooring, dressed, 1 inch, g 1000 feet.. 80 00
13(" " " _. 42 00
Lumber. ereen-.There la but little doing. Common
la worth 39[510 for 1,000 feet and Clear 210„00; Timber
sogi_oo 1p cubic foot, and Shingles $2,26,g2,60 g 1,000.
Bless Pork- Thera it little doing. and we quote at
818,26016,60 g bbl. in the small way, and $15,603116,75 in
lota. -
filetaila...Pig Lead has declined to 6c-,_ and Bar
6-X o 4 l ; .. S .Lar bee d t C°NoP.Pel. r
e: 4l'36° lla reju S lar be lY et
74 1 ,80 e 1 Refined, Cord; 604.g5c.; Linseed is selling at
_ __ •ai ßr a aa4 2oc 4o. ; VI N lh. o. 2
6° Pl6letplll.l2 firmer, but as sales are made on
private terms we bare no quotations.
Potatoes.'. Sale. of new Neshannock3 at 40g450.
per bush, and Jersey Sweet at 12,74500 per bbl.
Powder...lVe, quote Westing and mining at 11,25*
kegs rule at 13,25; safety fuse $4,001t 1000 feet.
Rye Plottr.-Ssles .from first hands at $4,00, and,
yfrotreatare at $4,37Q5 4 . 60
Salt... There Is a fair demand, with sales of No.l
at $l,OO 11 bbL, and No. Extra $1,17411,15 11 bbl.
Sand Stooe...Regular sales of Huntingdon county
113tom s ee d,small Weir, of Clover, from first hands, at
050, and from store at 56,75. Tun' ally is nominal from
firstnds2s ha 13,00. Flax sells at s1,0863)106 for new
crateetings, Yarns, &e... The prices bare again
declined, and the following are now the ruling figures.
E ag le gheetlovi, We. 11 yard: NisgareB}lo.
found Yarn.
Nos. 5 to 10, in- Na. 16 25
elusive,* t 2O - N 0.17. 26-
Nos. 11 and 12- 28 ... No. 18— .... 27 ...
140. 22 ... No. 28
No. ...... ; No. 20.............. 30
NO. 16...
No. 400014 doz-
No. 500, " .. 10 ,to 30_ . .
No. COO . .. -Do. white, 30
No. 700 ..... 8 ..:.. ......
No. 800- 8 Twine V. •
No. 900 " 8 ... Batting, No. •
No. 1080-- 8 _. 16
Coverlet Yarn... 27 Fatoll Batting 17
Carpet Ch'n, . , '
sorted color.. 28: cir
Soaps... The following are the manufacturer's prices:
Rosin, Sc.; No. 1 Palm, 6%; Chemical, 4%; Castile and
Toilet, 10c. _. -
Straw...Bellnttethe sCaleb for 12414 01 ton.
Tallow__ Rough quotes sticluad country rendered'
at 9c. _ .
• White Lead, Litharge, diai-.White Lead ia
firm, and In steady demand at 82,30 IV keg for lane oil
anddriet rc.-n. lb, subject. to the tome. discount. Red
Lead 8 9ee, and Litharge 8%.
Win ow Glass—The prices of city bismai.haVe
advanced. and we corre't our - anotatione as follows
6xB and 729, Or. box of BO feet; VA ;1110, $2,16; 8:11.
9411, 9212, and 1021$ 12,40; lialEind9xl4,Z,oB; 10318
and 10x18, $ 2,75; 10 It cent.: diseannt. off. Country
brands 60c. lower.
. .
Whisky—Rad declined. We note at 27(02834c. for
Rectified from store, and arl for Old Eye; so-'
cording to age., • •
. . .
Plutanztrina,November 9.—Flour is unchanged; sales
to the trade at $5,25@5,75 for common and extra brands,
and $5,813.9g4.00 for extra - family•and fancy. Rye Flour
Is steady at 54.25 and Corn Mealat $3,87%. Wheat is
drooping; sales of 2,500 bushels red at $1,250)1.,Zt, ittid
white at SIX. Rye is steady at 90c for Pennsylvania,
and 85®870 for Southern. Corn is - qule4 Etiles of 2,500
bushels at 00c for old yellow, and 75c for new da 5 00
bushels damaged sold at, 0834 Oats dull; 2,000 bushels'
Deiaware 90 /d at 4050420, and Pennsylvania at 435045 e:
Whisky is inhetter demand; 250 barrels Penna. sold at
27e, and Ohio at 28e.
; .„ • .)re-
um
•len-
" ,•- ID 2
Cuccumn,• Noremer B.—There . is more strength in'
the flour market; superfine is held at $4,75 , ^&6,86. Wheat
dull, but unchanged. Cotn steady at 43€344c. Oats
quiet at 45c. Barley held higher, .but the sales are
light. Rye dull at 7.5 c. Whisky dull and declined to
'Mc. There is a better demand for Bacon; prices are
Orin at 73.4redXe for Shoulders and Sides. Meas , Pork
$13,60, with safes of 65 bbls. There is no change in the
hog market. Exchange quiet at 3ic.
Nrw YOWL. November 9.—Cotton firm; sales 1000. bales
Flour buoyant; sales 19,000 bblin State $4,7540,34 South
ern 0.4 0 6.5.5,60; Ohio 0,5064,66. Wheat advanced .le
sales 42,000 busty; white $l4O. Corn quiet; sales. 46,900
bush; yellow 984141. Provisions nave a declining
tendency. Whisky steady. Sugar firm. Freights
firm.
•
New York Stock Market. -
'Nor ltoirt, November 9.
Galena & Chicago 7.23!. Missouri a's- ...... S 4
Erie '
TV A Pun& Mail g.-- 73Ni
New York Central-- 79,i,
• Yl5
R. T. E.EN:s.iEDY- W. S. KENNEDY.
PEARL STEAM MILL,
--- ALLEGHENY CITY,
R. T. KENNEDY & BRO.,
WHEAT RYE AND CORN PURCHASIR
Fl OUR, CORN MEAL AND HOMINY,
MANUFACTURED ANT) DELIVERED
eITTSBURGH AND ALLEGHENY. '
nu7lydawl TERMS, CASH ON DELIVERY
DI
00
bOO
1 0 0
3,00
1050
No. 114 Car. Wood and Fifth Streets,
WILL SELL BLACK FROCK DRESS
COATS use to sell at ' $10,49 for $ 6,25
Frock Dress Cloth, fine, use to sell at... 14,00.. for 10,00
First Quality Cloth, - " 18,00 for 12,00
Stark cloth Pants, ,5,00 fors. 3,25
(supertlow- " 4,00 for 4,00
Cass.ink ere snit made toorder, •• IZY,OO for • 18,00
A L,n, Satin, Plush, Silk and Cloth Vests,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Ai.cay low prices. The above is the Cash Price, andby
referring to this advertisement, the Above prices will be
strictly ivihored to. °anted.=
PITTSBURGH TRUST COMPA.NY,I,
Pittsburgh, Nov.3d, Me. j,
AN ELECTION FOE THREE DIRECTORS
this Company. to serve for three Tears, will be
held at the Banking House, on MONDAY, November the
14th inst., between the hours of 11 o'clocz. , A. M., and 1
o'clock, P. If.
n 041.1
ALLEGHENY BANK, 1
November 1,1859. I.
IHE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTORS of this
U'.- Bank hare this day declared a dividend of FOUR
PER CENT. out of the profda of the last six months,
payable to the stoetholders on or alter the llth inst.
unt:td . J. W. COON, Cashier. -
PlTTSpritalig. NOTC1111)011.0.,
L - 'TlirE BOARD OF. DIRECTORS of this B. Ti
have this dn declared a Dividend of FOUR
PER CENT. on the capital - stock out of the profits of
the last ziZ months, payable to stockholders on and ta
te r the 11th instant.
WESTERNICECOMPANYJ . '
Pirrsanaast. Noe. Ist, ISO.
THE DIRECTORS OF THE WESTERN SUR
-1 " . .r. ANCE COMPANY - We . this day declared a
Dirldend of THREE DOLLARS p npon each share of its
Capital Stock, out of the earned rats of the last Six
Months, payable to Stockholders, on or after the 11th
inst. oo2td) .F. M. GORDON, Sec ..
• ON U
Prrrastetas, November I,lBk. I
-
THE DIRECTORS
declared adividend of iae,q,
ou the capital stock, out of the profits of ,the last tux
months, payable to stockholders or them legal repre
sentatives after the 11th Inst.
n02. - td JOHN MAGOFFIN, Cashier.
EIY.CHARGE BARR OF PL ibBURGH, i '
Nov. Ist, ISSO. `
UsTRE DIRECTORS of this Bank have this day
declared a Dividend of FOUR per cent out of
the proflui of the last Six Months. stockholders, or
their legal representatives. will be - Paid on and after the
11th instant.
no2lot, R. M. MURRAY, Cashier.
MECHANICS' BLNE,L
Prrrearaan, Nov. 1, 1E159: -
fc".. THE PRZSLDENT and Directora of this
1,I,&" have this day declared a Dividend of FOUR per
cent. on the Capital Stock, out of the profits of the last -
MI months, payable to the Stockholders, or their legal
representatives, on.or after the 11th' inst. "
no2:10t GEO. D. bicGREW, Cashier.
MONONGAHELA.- FOUNDRY.
ANDERSON & PHILLIPS
D F. t . il ß,E 6TerTa p kin l- cI ',AL ATTENTION yo
oC
• • • -"
HOT AIR FURNACES,
SUITABLE FOR CHURCHES; PUBLIC BCHOOLB,
AND PRIVATE ROUSES. Especially adapted to
PITTSBVRI3 COAL,
I.And not hable to cacuu imaaoor. . r . . ang22
fIIRARD FIRE =AND MARINE TNSU
RANCECOMPAEY,ofPaualsrama,Lrusnres against
Fire Losses only. Agent's odic*, corner Third and
Wood straett Pittsburgh, Capital, and Surplus over
$300,000.
Parties West of tile- Mountatiw now:insuredinthis
Company, or who may,desire doing so, will find the of
in • this city more convenient than cerresponding
with the Home office at Philadelphia. Applications for
Insurance, made through WM. MOORE, General A,g't,
or ROBERT D. THOMPSON,' Agent," at the-Hiu*pg:
House of Messrs. Hanna, Hart di Co., owner of Third
and Wood streets, will receive prompt attention. •
JOEL JONES, President.
ALFRED 8. OLLLETT, V. P.
J. B. Alvean, Secretary.
Rafer to—Hon. Walter . 11. Lowrie,Hon. George W
Woodward, Win. 11.. Swain, Eaq, of Philadelphia ,Lsid
ger, A. J. Abell, Eaq, of Baltimore Srul, John W. clag
horn, H. N. Burroughs, John Anspach, Jr., C. /Duping,
Thos. Craven, Esqs. nol,3m.tu.thasa
SUNDRIES.— • - .
400 barrels Prime N . 0. Motassea ' uaw Cooper, ;
30 do S. James, 8. H, do; „ .
33 do LOVOriDell first quality Syrup; •
500 bags good to autos Rio Coffee: • -
16 Pocket's choioe Java - do;
125 IfaltChesto Tilling Brion; Imperial, Gan Pow
der, Oolong and PomMeg Teas;
100 boxes assorted brands /Pa, rs 10's lamp To;
. 10 kegs Covington six twist Tobacco;
75 do BL Carb. Soda:
6 barrels Alum;-
• • .• . • •
10 do Dairy Balt in Backs;
bags Oram.Pepper; ' '
15 do Allspice;
b. do Mat (lanais;
20 boxes No 1 Soap •. •
100 do Chemical Olive Soap;
26 do German. : ~ rdu• . • e •
30 do Variegated or Toilet Soap;
60 dozen CM - Washboards; - • .
60 do Buckets;
30 do Tubs, Resorted' sizes:
100 do Brooms; • . . _
60 boxes M. 11.13alsins;
20 .do No. 1 Norfolk Chocolate; .
40 do' 3Ladison Starch.
50 bales No. 1 and 2 Batting; '
24 barrels Bleached Elephant and Whale. Oil;
10 do Strait's Tanners . do;
20 do Cod , do . do •
10 do Rosin do
In store arid for saleby ,
a4B - . ' • '.-821Liviit : -.6 BIC) •IETSON.
y, ctivo -
11 200 boxes-541MA •Ra4s l ls, this a laat's ; •
100 h'f bza: " • "
.1,1:1,," • .
200 " Houma& Pigs; "
25 mats Dates;
25 ea ea Cum=l: aza rtrecai a rki , 4td for sale
by
0(121 2 Wood si.opposite at. Marten liotel.
white, 25
Philadelplda ,
Cincinnati Market.
Now York Market.
Z. L. EISNER,
iddends.
TURN D. SCULLY, CaslaiiT
E. A JO:s.IES,, Cashier
N,U1.41 BER 22.
PAguerreatt.,,(Gatleries;
Ainbrotype 'and rPhotognlph
- 0.4.x, - '7.4.',4, - ..";
< • - No. 70 .gifth. Street, .
jyie,* SLY . .OFROSITE !TEES PC.: I O.OF.FICE
Sieliwo,Bllver Medals and Two Tiolotrits, alcard:ect for
Photographs, AmbroO , Pertiici I:if° Site Pirturei.
pierrusEs.E.N.Lk i wEy's).-I.4.EsAizE,and
'colored JO On on Catiras." • oath
rur~xtsi',`
.1;b1-10`200-R.A.P1-tS;
collated - In YHI, Pastene; ar Pisa, In thBm-ost:artl.quit
.
style', and at &stank prince.. ''
K ALL'S GALtir,tty, -
jeB Jones' Buildinr. Fourth atieet.
110TOGRAPH.
- LATNOTTPE AND . -DACWERILEOTYPEE (3&L.
LERY, Cbr. Zifth.and Grant streea --The liubsctilxii hay
ing fitted tip mama in BP'FIGHEB RVILDI.NO: Ie now
gyilapvititriitenes.ses-q3at Ca•NiPT,N.,FAZ TO
• CaliiiiikeigunliCe tbe•coilettici:--
c..rorF9ftlintdJ4o. k- Ft 4
mu. JOHN KELK
WOULD, respectfully , armeince to the
lies and Gentlemen 6t-PitlabUrgh, that, 1 - A
prepared to give , lessens _err the •litolinh..t.3uitere Flute
and Cornet. For terms do, address
seZierms 101315 - 1; ELK, Plttsburat.Theatrit.
BATES & JOHNSON'S ROOFING.
WM. JOHasToN,
WOULD GIVE NOTICE that -ki."haa.pur
• • chased the iniereet of hilt late . partner, G. 8.
BATES, in the ROOFING BUSINESS, and is the - sole
manufacture and dexter in the following tldeft tlictinct
kin& of Rooting:— '
Ist. Gnat Elastic, Cement, Felt and Can
vas Roofing. L
2d. Improvedr, Felt, Cement and:Gravel
Rooting-
3d. Patent English Asphaltic _Felt Roof.
Allintrizinbsd FifIET-VD WATER-PROOF..''ltcitlng
.Ntaterial for sale, wit printed instructions for using. Of
fice at BATES JOBLNSOISS' OLD_.BTAND,'
Smith
field street. , - -
AVILLIA3I-JOBINSON.
N. R.—'Tlits Gtm Gement latinequalled as a Paixit for
Metal Roofs, lasting twice go long, at least, as paint, and
cheaper. - selo;dsw
BRCETH, 'PAItK "& 'LO.,
~
NlllifTH WARD FOII.IiIi . DRY
•
Warehouse, !10.. 149, First and .120 Benoist irtreeta.
Manufacturers of all sites and descriptioniof
nett:es load Stilla, Gas. and Water Pipe.' Sad - Irons; Do
IronV'sgon Bosse, Steel Moulds, Pulltes, Man,gers and
Co Ago ictibitig and Machine Castings of every desCitip
non made to order.
Haring a complete machine shop attached. to, the
Foundry, all - necessary &nog will be t carefully attend
ed - minn,Olydaw
LASE StETTIBTOR ,COPPER. MILL
M 13-11 TI - N W 0 -
PARK, 111 1 CtIRDIC .- &'
ivrANITFACTURE.RS OF SHEATHING,
. . .
AIL- Braziers' and Bolt Copper, Pressed Coppier Bot
toms, Raised Still Bottoms, Speller Solder, Le., also Ina
porters and dealers in mew. Tin Plate, Sheet Iron,
Wire, Le. Constantly on hand, Tuunen's ~s t, u •hines and
Tool s . Warehouse, Igo. 149 First, and =Second street/I,
Pittabnrgh, Ps:, Special orders of Copper cut to any. da
ired pattern.- . , . my"firdaw
LOGAN &
.GREGG, -
importers-id
H .A R A. RE
No. 62 Wood Street;
Four Doors above Bt Charles Hotel,,:_
S. Bars.N, Late of Laocaster....Loonx & Gaza°, Pitt'sh.
GEO. & BRYAN ez CO.,
COMMISSION-MERCHANTS
PIG- IRON, BLOOMS, - Z&C., . 1 „;
- No. 52 WoG3 st., Pittsburgh." '
~ lituaucresa—Lyorl, Co., Pittabargh, - .l..irtus
ton, Copeland &.Co Pittsburgn, Thos E. Franklin, Fact.,
Lancaster; Hon. Snmon catm,rou,-Elarri.barg; Bryan,
Gardner lr.C,o,liollid4p. , bur- - aeilken.
THE ENTERPR ISEINSURANCE CO.
-• • = OS=-PEILLAVEL,Ptitti,"
TN6URESAGAINSTIOss OR DAMAGE
by Fire on BuildnigN, Merctwunitze,•Fnrrinure,
at raaaonable rates of preauuin.,
Ductcnala .I?..6atchtoriotarr; Withain BP.Kee, of Win.
M'Ree & Co.; lialbro FrAzaerfJ no. M. Atwood, of Atwood,
White &Co; Benj. T. Tredick, of Trenick - , Stokes & Co.;
Henry Wharton; Mordecai L. Dawaon; - Geo H. Stewart,
of Stewart A Bro.; John H. Browa, at John H, atnivn
Co.; B.JL Falmestock, of IL A.latinestock. at CO; Andrew
D. Pah; J. L. Erringer, of Wood a En - Luger.
-
P. RATCHFORD President.
• CFI ART FA: LUXE, secretary. - ,
Pirraarsoultrrratscra—Win. Holinee& Co J. Painter
Co., Thomas. M. Howe, Eoq.,Jas: Marshall,kat-Allen
Kramer, 'Elroy . Co,Payne
Co, Baileh , Brown A Co-, M
I.Avatgeton,. Copeland A Co.,
James H.Lyon & Co, Wwi. b. Lai;,,ty A .
GEO.'S. URN-AN d.• CO.,Agents,
.
jag:Aia: : - • . No. 52 i'vuod street.
MAAI:I .
D. B. ROGERS CO.;
Waittr&cfulizis ofr '
IiOGEREP IMPROVED PATENT
STEEL CULTIVATOR - TEETH
Comer Ross and Finn. Streetii
MARBLE! .111.;ARBLE.I
JOHN` 111 S CAR-'0 '
.ilmiumF.ATa , Alo..o 7 .,s:7o#E.,..
itnplpErt;'l..Fos, Posis,&c., &a,
PLASTER ff , kFus,..
-
.HVDR-AULICCEMENT,
jir),.:s+qt . rtcwr RTREEI.
JOUR N. -CRAW FORD,
Attorttey & Counseltor at Law,
. • AND NOTANY: PUBLIC,
DiviNF;6llT,'lOWl
- attention -given"" given" to 'collecting laid' aiooxisig
claim of overz- , .
•EssisVo--JeretniattlhalOry, Mr;
. E. J. Roberta; Eel.,
Capt. R. J. (=taco,
Roberova Mei! on. Attcrmoys. [epl9
M=!!
BIMGEA' Si DAVTPI',
Of e9el7 ii,kription of
FtTRNI'I'~LJ'I~:F,:
No; 45 Smlthfleid Street,
. _
A toll aesoktoent of .!Mo'BIJEGII MAINI.TFACTOW
ED FIIENITUE.E, constandy on hand, wieeh we will
sell at the lowest prices. for Cash. • • - spaaly
T' " - N.EiNu F A,CTUR RS SA W.
„,YENS: caraticAL-osays
after sulljecting it to the aevereA :ltriownto
gre fully persuaded that there to noFerniry Waste
hag Soap in theXaged.Shates, for so little nionay, ha
at otuarso - maby gud:qtialities, (and; no few discotinte
- OF -BEkIITYI.a ealors,.firmnesa,'SUTlsce awl :tea
bare generally
. ' , , .freedom. from ' resin, turpe
c.lay,fish oils, stalegrease, and etiniterations. .
OF QUALITYFor woh mg clothes, of every desirip
tion, coartie'or fine; c ottm,...llnen, woolen or alai; dyed,
primes or white: for aaesme tor, gre:i.se, piich,punt,
.sys,.TrintmW shoemakers- was, etc„lrom clothes,
fmmitdre, and from the hands. -
Give it a fair trial for your,elves, and be convinced: -- -
Remember, the name is on for a copy
of the direchone,„ „ B. C. li ;le W YES.
}eB • - • '47 tvd.V t i set ; Ptitshurglt
Ipp ICH AND. E L ANT :ST N LES OF
-I.lli Premix Embrold.riet , , " •
~• -.- ',.EATUN,*(3R.Fpent..3IAC‘?trAYPS:-;
Oet 4 7 Fitch kreet,
000 LBS,PURE / CREAX. TARTAR
fcl"gliebY Fat..srilat mmt,Y,
- • Abe hens
TALLOW: pound. to arr,ive.a4Cl for
Bald ` fsp•in 10:11Y a.- coraANS.
'or sate by
E.E.IBY H. C014,4*,
AND I.1:q
PITTSBURGH.
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at • All fair Stig,
rf . 6 ,t