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In the Post of. Friday morning we noticed
the circumstances attending the appoint
ment of J. K. Edgerton, Esq., Of 'Fort
Wayne, the Vice President of the Company,
as Receiver, under an injunction granted in
the United States District Court of the
Northern-District of Ohio, which: was done
on Wednesday, upon application of certain
bondholderS of the Road," and the 'appoint
ment on Thursday of T. Haskins, Du Puy
Esq., the President pro tem. of the Road, as a
Sequestrator, by the District Court of Alle
gheny county, on the application of certain
domestic creditors here, "who were appre
hensive that their rights might be sacrificed
by the proceedings in the" Ohio court.
The gentlemen appointed, as Sequestra
tor and Receiver, have respectively issued
the subjoined circulars, in pursuance of the
designs of their appointments.
The circular of Mr. DuPuy, is as follows :
OFFICE OF THE
PITTSBURGH, FT. WAYNE tr. CHICAGO R. R. CO.}
Pittsburgh, Docember act, 1 8 59.
The Courts having 'issued a decree seques
trating the property and revenues of this
Company, and under said decree, having ap,
pointed T. Haskins Du Puy Sequestrator, you
aro hereby notified that all revenues due to
the said Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago
Railroad Company can only be collected by
and paid over to the Sequestrator, and all
business of the Company will be under his di
rection and control until further notice, all of
which you will duly perform.
That of Mr. Edgerton, is as follows :
Prrnmetton, Pa., December 9th, 1359.
To all whom it may concern
By orders made by the Circuit Court of the
United States, for the Northern District of
Ohio, at a stated term thereof, held at the city
of Cleveland, on the seventh and eighth days
of December, k. D. 1859, in a certain cause in
equity therein pending, wherein Charles Mo
ran and Louis A. Von Hoffman are complain
ants, and the Ohio and Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, and the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne
and Chicago Railroad Company;are defend
ants, the undersigned has been duly appointed
and has qualified as Receiver in said cause, and
all the powers enumerated in said order, in
cluding the power to take pcssession of, control
and operate said Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad, from Pittsburgh to Chicago,
and receive its revenue in the name and
under the franchism of said Company, are
vested in him as said Receiver, and all direc
tors, officers, agents and servants of said Com
pany, will be held responsible to him accord
It will be at once apparent that a conflict
of jurisdiction like this, in the financial af
fairs of the company must prove detrimental
to the interests of the creditors and share
holders of the company.
The Directors met yesterday to consider
what course might beat be pursued for the
protection of ail the parties in interest, but
we are informed have not yet matured any
plan ek . action. It is to be hoped that the
affairs of the road will not be permitted to
remain in their present condition. If the
bondholders and domestic creditors look to
their own interests and the interests of the
road, they will agree up6n some person as
Receiver for the whole road and agree upon
a just and equitable plan of appropriating
its earnings. The whole road should. be
manged by one party, for the mutual bene
fit of all parties in interest.
The present condition of affairs, with a
divided and conflicting management cannot
but result in loss to all interests.
In yesterday's Post we gave a report of the
proceedings in our District Court, under
which Mr. Du Puy.was appointed sequestra
tor. We remark that Mr. Du Puy gave
bonds in. the aunt of $300,000, while those of
Mr. 'Edgerton- were flied at only $75,000.
We also correct the Plainde“lcr's statement,
that Mr. Edgerton is of 'Pittsburgh. His
place of residence is Fort Wayne, Indiana.
The order of the Ohio Court, it will be
perceived, brings the Sequestrator and the
Receiver in direct collision, so far at least as
the property of the Company in Pennsylva
nia is concerned. He is required by the
order; to'tkke posession of "all'the proper
ty of the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chi
cago Railroad Company." If the Receiver.
should attempt to take possession of the
property of the Company in this State, we
presume our State Courts would sustain the
action of the officer of their own appoint
ment, and resist to the list extent of their
authority, any interference of the Receiver
appointed by the Courts of another State.
We hope, however, that before the pres
ent session of the Board of Directors has
closed, that some plan may be agreed upon
which shall be . ..satisfactory to all parties and
place the Road throughout its entire length
under a single management.
The following is the article from the Plum
dealer to which we allude:
THE PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE AND CHICAGO
RAILROAD IN THE HANDS OF A RECEIVER.
In the 'United States Circuit Court, before
Judge Wilson, in the case of Charles Moran
and Louis A. Von Hoffman, of New York, vs.
the Ohio and•Pennsylvanis Railroad Company
and the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago
Railroad Companyran application for the ap
pointment of a Receiver was made yesterday
afternoon and argued by the counsel of both
parties. Henry Stanbury, HoOking Hunter
and Ranney, Backus and Noble are solicitors
for the complainants, and Judge Andrews tip
peered for the defendants.
the motion was granted, and Mr. Josrph
K. Edgerton, of Pittsburgh, appointed such
Receiver. He is required to give bonds in
$75,000. Ho is, by the order of the Court, to
take possession of all the property of the Pitts
burgh, Fott Wayne te and Ch
Company; to, opera, the of
road from Pittsburgh to Chicago; to keep ac
counts of the receipts and disbursements; to I
employ or discharge all officers, engineers
and other employees at his discretion, except
those officers necessary for the corporate orga> .
nization; to make monthly reports to the corn
vol.-NA the 'earnings and finances; to deposit
Mr' in safe bankson the line of the road,
~;ten as the surplus receipts reach $5O,-
4 ,7,-stosit An bank of uudoubted.credit
• - , •••,- : City, and to give bond for the
of his trust to John Fermi
as payee—the bond to be
• , .-surt.
'tared in court this morning
of the trust and
craving Judge Hanna,
- enprity. The bond
-sslcen by the Re
.?-„was fixed at
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tt l e Paiii) Pot.
WE require a copy of the Daily Post of Oc
tober 14th, to consplete our files. If any of
our readers have ,a number of that date they
will oblige us by leaving it at our counting
PITTSURRGH, FORT WAYNE &
CAGO RAILROAD -THE ACTION OF
THE SECLUESTRAToR AND RECEIV
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THE PHILADELPHIA UNION IVIEEt.
The Union - meeting in Jaynes' Hell, in
Philadelphia, on Wednesday night., was a
most powerful manifestation of , public anti;
ment. It was, Bays the Ledger, another evr
deuce of the power and determination of the
people, when once aroused to action by events
which come home to their feelings and their
interests. It was an immense gathering of
the wealth, the influence, the patriotism of
Philadelphia—a general outpouring of the
merchant, the manufacturer, the mechanic and
the intelligent operatives, all of whom go to
make up the real strength of society and whore
opinions constitute t c fie public sentiment which
controls all the• movements of that society,
and are the foundations - of public order and
public law. But one sentiment pervaded that
immense- throng of eiti'iens, and that senti
ment was the integrity of the Union, and the
faithful performance of all the obligations as.
sumed under the Constitution, and which are
necessary to preserve it. The resolutions are
moderate in their tone, firm in their expres
sions of fidelity to obligations, deprecatory of
acts and sentiments which carry alarm into
neighboring communities, and approbatory of
the public measures taken by Virginia to pun
ish the lawless invaders of her territory. The
speeches aro in the same excellent spirit, ac
knowledging the rights of the several States,
and the duty of each to respect those rights,
and to avoid any acts which tend to impair
he sense of security which every State should
reel in the Union. The warm responses which
_ . _
were given to these expressions of opinion
showed that it was no manufacturedientiment
but the real feeling of an intelligent, patriotic
and moral people, who feel 11(:w much they are
indebted for thoir prosperity to that national
Union and national government.
Speeches were made by non. Joseph R. In
gersoll, Judge King, Isaac Ilazlehurst, Robt.
Tyler, Col. James Page, and others.
Jaynes' Hall being inadequate to contain
the large numberpresent, an impromptu meet
ing organized in front of Jones' Hotel. The
street was completely packed with a living
mass, extending nearly to Seventh street on
the West, and half way to Sixth street on the
East. The balcony in front of the Am.&
Hotel opposite was crowded, and the avenues
of the Arcade were also thronged with specta
tors—the whole numbering many thousands.
Although it rained heavily, speeches were
made by Richard Vaux, Edward H. Welk!,
Benjamin Gerhart, John C. Bullet, Henry
M. Fuller, Wm. P. Hilliard, of Alabama, and
John 11. Jones, of Now Jersey.
OUR ENPORTHE NORTH .% N D
The amount of produce exported from the
United States for the htst fiscal year amounts
to $278,392,050, not including specie, which
amounted to 557,5i1 - 2,315, making a t<,tal-o
$335,894,385. The free States furnished o
these export.:, of their own products exelu
sicely, $5,281,091, as follows: Fisheries am.
oils, %;:3-1,462,974: coal, 5653,53t1; ice. Snit,
581. Free and slave States, of productions
Common to both, fi,IICM'S
Products of the forest, 5P2..09:),..iii7; products
of agriculture—animal food, $15,54'9,'1 7,
vegetable tood $2•2,137,578; mkeellalleol.l.
and manufactured :.:;30,1‘. 1 7,7:) . 4: manfaeture ,
not enumerated, *,:::2,274,C15• 2 ; raw product.
$1,858,205. The slave States exported ex
clusively of their own productions, Siss,69:-,
49G, as follows: cotton. $161,434,:e.13; tobac-
CO- 1t'21,074,(139; rosin and turpentine,
554,416 ; rico, $2,207,148. tar and pitch,
$141,055; brown sugar, $19(1,935; molas,et.
575,699; hemp, :',9,279. These figures,
which are just furnished from official source
and published in the Washington Ciii.stitutiwi
show that of the entire exportation of the
country, the free States furnish exclusively
;5,281,091; free and slave States V , 41,117,-
, 493; and slave States exclusively, .slBS,teel,_
' -1.96. Out of those furnished by slave and
free States in common, one-third is estimat
ed as belonging to the preclude of slave la.
bor, WlLking the entire amount of 51,1 14 1,-
00; out of $`2.78,3€12, (t O. as the products of
These figures do not look as though the
South was so poor and so entirely dependent
upon the North as electioneering politicians
would have us believe. The productive:
energies of the South have alwayslieon under
estimated at the North. In case the an
tagonism which the Republicans of the
North have aroused, should result in dis
union, the South would be found quite as
self-reliant and independent as the North.
The Cleveland Plaindealer gives an account
of the appearance of the spirit of Old °sea
wattomie at a spiritiial circle in that city. Lie
manifested himself by ponderous knocks on a
When asked how he was received in the Spirit
world he said, or rather rapped (by alphabet,)
"first rate." Jefferson, .1 ae kson, Washing
ton and all the old Apostles of Democracy had
told him that his " earthly career was closed
in a halo of glory." It appears that these old
patriots are anxious observers of passing events
on earth, and they assure Brown that what
they labored all their lives to avert, to wit, is
dissolution of the Union, they now consider
inevitable. If a Black Republican President
is elected he never will be allowed to be in
' augurated us the President of these United
States. The South will break up the Confederacy
and leave the Union in a lxxly. They will have
a President, Cabinet, Congress and Union of
their own ; and if any attempts are made by a
Black RepublicamPresident to exercise author
ity under the present constitution over them,
it will be resisted unto blood ! If a Democrat
4 Cp: ;.-
John Brown Heard From.
should be elected President, the Union may
last through another administration, but no
longer. " The Irrepressible Conflict "isto go
- on until this country is divided, and there are
two distinct, independent nations ; one a Black
and the other a White Republic.
A. LARGE picture gollery, collected by
Count Bradbcck, at a cost of $360,000, and
known as the " Soder Gallery," was recently
soldin thecity of Hanover. It was gathered to
•Lether by the original owner in the latter part
o the last century, and included, besides the
works of Raphael Correggio, and Titian,
chiefly those of Flemish, Dutch, and German
masters. The pictures lately full into the bands
of the head of the Catholic branch of the old
Stolbergfamily by marriage with a daughter of
Count Bradbeck. The gallery sold for about
$70,000. A small Raphael, seven and a half
inches long, brought $7OOO, and a Correggio
$3,500; The former picture was bought in by
the owner who at the last moment decided that
he could not part with it.
A Southern Convention.
A writer in the Atigusta (Ga.) `Constitution.dist, over the signathre of Georgia, in view of
the present threatenieg aspect of affairs, recom
mends that a convention of the people of the
SouthernZiates be held at as - early a day as
nossible previous to the assembling of the Iga
.•nal De •ocratic Convention at Charleston.
It was GO
,ug and feathering of Sewall 11.
ice at Savannah, Ga., and not in
is. He is a dealer in shoes, and
`th reading Abolition documents
laves, which ha stonily denies.
aratrated by unknown men
3dilight: The Savannah
' is a native of Maasacbu-
- [Correspondence of the Pittsburgh Post.]
LETTER FROM WASHINGTON
WAstusaroN,,Dec. 8, 1859 ,
Three days of the session gohe, and but two
ballotings for speaker ; and those attended
with no result promising a speedy issue.,—
From the first it became decidedly probable
that the Republicans would organize the
House. The resolution introduced by Clarke,
of Missouri, to the effect that no man.who
sanctioned the sentiments of Helpers book was
worthy to be speaker, was a blow, aimed not
merely at Sherman, but followed up, as it ,has
been by inflamatory speeches from Southern
members, was used as the most leasable mess•
ure for preventing the combinations essential
to the success of the Republicans in their at
tempt to elect a speaker. The passions of
members havO been purposely roused, and the
excitement is just at the stage, that if certain
men should vote for the Republican candidate,
there is reason to apprehend violence. The
" slate " I gave you on the 28th ult 7, is unbro
ken, but Bocoek cannot be elected to the speak
ership now. I will not, however, pretend to
prophecy,for the result will probably be known
to your readers by the time this letter is in
Senators Wilson, Trumbull, Fessindon
Co., terve not dared to avow the doctrines of
extreme Abolitionism, and have been com
pelled to denounce Brown's insurrection, and
Helper's treason. Their mouths would be shut
now, but for the absurd course of some few
southern Senators and tnembers,who assert their
belief that the great majority of the Northern
men are Abolitionists and fanatics. Such iras
cible tire-eaters as Iverson, Brown, Kcitt, and
Crawford.are doing more to keep the Republican
party from being dashed to pieces than all the
smooth speeches of their own party lenders in
Congress, yet the Indications are that the Re
publican party is on the eve of dissolution.--
The more national and conservative among
them will refuse to follow longer the leaders,'
whose traitorous counsels have involved
the party in the odium of Brown's trea
son, and helper's misprision of trewom
The Abolitionists, with numbers considerably
augmented, will rally under their own leaders
and with their own satanic banners streaming,
will go to their old camps The wen of u stump
similar to Corwin in Ohio, Banks in New
England, and Blair in NI i”ouri, will rally
under some leader, tainted with the odorous
unction of K now Nothingism in the hope of
bringing to his support the odds and ends of
old whiggery, esis,,ially in the Smithern rind
Middle states. Bates of Misouri is now talk
dof as their candidate but'' o .abi it might
ie Bard: , or Fillmore, for aught we know.
:—The Union is n.'t yet dissolved It
doubtful whether it can be done with a p,wket
dstol tzult , Ni
THE EUROPE.% N NEWs.
our European intelligence is extended to the
23h ult. by the arrival of the Etftriburgh and
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the Ocean (0, - en, 'l-hogimeral news is of sec
; F, the r.itsi , :.r,t , pLet ' ' onila
, r The Emperor of the French
Ma. Eovrtim— The appointment of receiver. , v mom .ent
I has. through the Mosttear, expressed his Celi
a the Pittsburgh, Fort WaYne and Chicago 1 curre Ice with the choice of Chevalier Buon-
Railroad Company. as noticed in your paper of 1 ciimpagni to the Regency of the Duchies, pro
the ninth inst., by the. Federal Court of i nouncing it a nect, , sary provisional measure.
ratification of the treaties of Zurich
the Northern District of Ohio, and the 1 T bl '
1 having been ezehanged, it was understlsed
District Court of Allegheny County, will that the letters summoning the General
not hi' likely to prostuce any conflict 41 Congress would !orth with i,..sue froth Paris,
jurisdiction, inasmuch as both c.eirts have yin• and that them , of Austria had already been
•1 uldnith , l to the French Foreign odic, Ito
wally appointed the former receivers, the
attitude of England was still undefined. It is
President, of the respective companies, with again represented that Ritaiia and Prussia will
this advantage to the mortgage Y's and bond only accept=
ests on , condition that England
holders, that ample securities ha vii been taken share in the deliberations. Affairs in Italy
: has° mfested no significant change. Gen.
by both courts for the faithful application of the
Garibaldi has, it seems, not only withdrawn
incione of the whole road. It wis: alleged that from the command of the Central Army, but
there had been a misapplication of the income has actually retired to private life. In a mani
by appropriating a part of it to the payment of I,sto just i'lllett, addressed to the Italian people,
interest to the Pennsylvania, Railroad Compa• I he lament:: that the golden opportunity for
ny for the large loan made by it to the Pitt-P• i Italian independence, ecured by the war, has
burgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad 1 been I,,st. ; but unticipatint for the national
Company, to complete the road to the last oite, a more fertunatl; day, he 041:tOrtt
1:51011 place, and to the payment of the float countrymen to amass the 1001iitt.i and malarial of
ing debt to the prejudice of the prior right of war in readineys for the emergency. The rip
the fi rst and second morteos id the I lino end prehensions of John Bull, in regard to France,
Pennsylvania Railroad CoCmpany, whose s snis are quieted I.y the rumor of instructions sent
pons were riot paid when due on the first day to the French Press, requiring them to in ider
of I fetober last. By the express terms .within ate their Angluphobia. The London Times
mortgages, a failure to pay that interest, so unds a penes, note , and although the Paris
sixty lava after it becomes due, is dvelareil in correspondent of the Ileraid denies that any
sub-tance to be a list,ltitilre of the reed, and i such instructions as those referred to had been
upon application of the owners of one Ilfth in ,rimed the f.'ver of excitement in England was
value of the mortgages, the trustee of the rapidly cooling. The Tones had taken ocea-
Ohio and Pittsburgh Railroad Company is =ion to explain the nature of the occupation of
bound to deliver the possession of the road. Perim, -Inswing it to be lees a military than a
with all its delete and equipments, to the said Icommercial measure.
mortgagees. all of which are pledged for the
payment of the iritcreist and f,rinclpai of the
mortgages, after first satisfying the current ex
penses. No legislation consolidating this
mortgaged road with other roads can legally
affect the right of the mortgagees to the whole
Meanie of what was the Ohio and Pennsylva
nia Railroad, after paying the current
and it is expected that a meeting, of all , eIa , III
of creditors will be called, to remedy any in-
Mry heretofore sustained. and to enforce their
'gal rights. us E OF lilt It nE,s.nnits..
Ihscember lu, ItC,'s.
Tug. Florence Mutual Agricultural AsmoCift
tion held their annual elc•etion on Saturday the
inst., for u Board of Manager,4 for the eniu
ing year, and elected the following Board
President —IV' rn. Livingston.
Vice Presidents—John McCullough, John
Ferguson, Thos. Vance, afftlll(!zi MeNall, Mar
Dowiers—Dr. Jas McCarrel, John Cutis -
Jr , Stephen Smith, Henry Fullerton, .1. D
Campbell, Jno \V Duncan, John Dennis, IS
F. McVay, Robt. MeAzeal, Sarni. Orr, Jere
mints Aniirews, Jerrat Coventry, A. S Dun
Honorary .11emberp—Alex. tirwe
Pa.. C a rt...l. Young, Jr.. Ale. co Pa.; Hen
ry Ingrahm, Alle. co., Pa.: John White, Dar
lington, Pa.; Richard Agnew, Beaver, Pa.;
Dr. Milton Lawrence, llookstown, Pa., S. B.
Hays, Washington, Pa.; W. - W. McNulty,
Washington co., Pa.; Ephraim Stonecipher,
Steubenville, Ohio .
Recording Srrretory —S. L. McHenry.
L'orrrvontieng Secrctary—M. Anderson.
The Iluuse of Representatives of Rotztk Caro
has ordered the military contingent fond
to be increased this year to $lOO,OOO, to pur
chase additional arms and ainmunition. It is
also proposed to appropriate $50,000 to erect
two armories in Charleston. Thu following
resolutidn is pending
Resolved, That the gonortil manifestation of
feeling and sentiment at the North, make it
dishonorable and dishonoring in South Caroli
na and other slaveholding States to continuo
united with a people whose moral tone charac
terizes them as a nation of pirates, savages, as
sassins, and traitors.
Another Kline 'Expedition.
The Boston Journal announces the organiza
tion of another expedition for the purpose of
pursuing the explorations of Dr. Kane, which
will probably start in the spring, and bo under
the command of Dr. Hayes, the surgeon of the
Kane expedition. The amount required is
about $30,000, and liberal subscriptions have
already been made. Many of the scientific
societies are actively enlisted in the enterprise,
and have appointed committees to promote it.
Dr. Hayes is led to undertake the command by
his confidence in the correctness of the views
entertained by Dr. Kane, whose verifications
was only prevented by a series of extraordi
nary accidents which could not have been fore
Parson Brownlow, of the Knoxville Whig,
writes from New York as follows concerning
the contemplated invasion of Mexico by the
K. G. C.'s : "Gen. Bickley, of Baltimore,
spent some time in my room last evening.
His expedition to Mexico now numbers nine
teen thousand men, and be is provided with
ample means. One thousand men aro in Ten
nessee, and these will move first, and withotit
delay. I predict that the General will capture
all Mexico before spring, and that he willhave
control of Vera Qruz in ninety days.
The. New York Herald says business houses
in New 'York have recently received letters
from their agents and canvass3s At the South,
stating that owing to recent affairs in Virginia
they meet'with less success than formerly; And
while the operations of new and unknown men,
for new houses, are almost suspended, those - well
ecquaintedand acting 'for long, established and
Widely known houses iri 020 trade receive or
ders with more:Tehlel,ance.e.O4 caution. -
[From the N. Y. Timm)
The Removal of NapOleOn's ReMalltS.
When it was first reported, a year ago, that
the Emperor contemplated removing the body
of the first Napoleon from the Invalides to the
Cathedral of St. Penis, and of establishing
there, the future burying place of the Bona
parte dynasty, most people gave little credit to
the report. The Legitimists however, were fu
rious at the mere mention of such a desecration
of the sacred cathedral ; the Orleanlsts were
doubly furious, because a Bonaparte would not
only be a desecration in the royal burying
place, but because the idea and the work of
Louis Phillippe lit the Invalides were to be
disregarded and destroyed; the Republicans
laughed, and the Bonapartists shook their
heads in silence. What was but a year ago a
conjecture, has become to-day a certainty.
The gorgeous crypt of the Invalides, which
cost nearly $2,000,000, the immense monolith
of porphyry and the sarcophagus of the same
costly stone, destined to hold the remains of
the exile of St. Helena, all these are to be car.
tied piece by piece:to St. Denis, and there re-er
rocted in the trunscept of the church consecra
ted to the Bourbon's and the Orleanists. Work
men have been engaged for more than a year
in this old cathedral, but they weresupposed to
be employed simply in its restoration. It
how appears, however, that all the rich tombs
of the dead monarchs are to be brought out of
the ignoble corners in which they have been
stowed away for centuries in the basement .of
the church, to be placed on the floor above.
The Napoleon dynasty (commencing with the
Duke of Reichstadt) are to occupy the tran
sept ; Napoleon 1. will occupy a magnincent
tomb, constructed from the materials at the
Invalides, under this left branch of the tran
sept, and apart front the rest; the Bourbons and
all those already buried in the basement, will
be placed in the side chapels of the nave and
choir, in a position inflnately more appropriate
than that they now occupy, for there is not a
grocer in Paris of moderate wealth who does
riot bury himself more grandly than are these
ancient monarchs and signors.
It has been the subject of surmise these five
vearsever since the tomb of Invalides was
finished —why the body of Napoleon was not
placed in the sarcophagus. The explanation
is now evident. Napoleon 111. has all this
time had the intention of placing his uncle,
himself, and his dynasty, under the sacred roof
of St. Denis, among the kings who ruled Franca
by divine right: and therfore, it was not
deemed proper to place him formally in the
grand crypt of the Invalides, to be removed
again. Thus the body has been kept
hidden sway ever since its arrival from
St Helena, in a side chapel, to which the pub
lic hare never been admitted. When the ca
thedral of St. Denis is prepared for the change
the body of the Duke of Rciehsteidt will be no
doubt delivered up by Austria, rind then the
two bodies—father and 391 i, will be carried tb
St Denis, in the midst of one of those magnifi
cent pageants which appear necessary to the
life of the freneli people. If, however, the
Bourbon , , or even the tirleanists. should ever
eon., back to pottier again, they will pitch all
that into the ,treat without ceremony, and pro
, eod to cleanse out the sw2red temple, by the
burning of incense and the repetition of endless
Invasion of Mexico.
Business Feels It.
It i, Lilo , t.; reprint the, farewell Addre, , s.
•• In contemplating the causes which disturb
our l' Mon." says Wa, , hingtori '•it occurs as
matter of serious . concern that any ground
should have been furnished for characterizing
parties by geographical discriminations --North -
ern and Southern, Atlantic and Western—
whence designing :nen may endeavor to excite
. belief that there is a real difference of local
interets and views. lln of the expedients of
party to acynro influence v,-itliln pirticalar die
trio', Is to misrepresent thee opinions and aims
of other districts. You cannot shield yourselves
too much against the jealousies and heart burn
, Mg. which spring from these misrepresenta
tions . they tend to render alien to each other
those who ought to be bound together by fra
ternal affection. The North in an unrestrained
intercourse with the South, protected by the
equal laws of u common government, finds in
t the productions of the latter great additional
I resource: of maritime and commercial enter
prise and precious matorials for manufacturing
industry. The South, in the same intercourse,
benefiting by the agency of the North, sees its
agriculture grow and its commerce expand.
1 urning partly into its own channels the sea
-1 men ~f the North, it finds its particular navi-
C Ration invigorated, and, while it contributes in
different ways to nourish and increase the gen
eral mass of national navigation, it looks ior
ward to the protection of a tuaratime strength
to which itself is unequally adapted."
As indication to the reader of the character
of the Helper book, we add here two brief
sentiments from it. Helper had loft the State
of North Carolina before publishing it :
No man can ho a true patriot without first
becoming an abplitionist."
Henceforth, sirs, we are demandants, not
suppliants. We demand our rights—nothing
more, nothing less. it is for you to decide
whether we arc tohavo justice peaceably or by
violence lor, whatever coneoquences may
follow, we are determined to have it 0110 Way
or the other.-
Not much will be known, for several days,
of the result of the Kansas election, which oc
curred on Tuesday, the 6th instant. The can
vass excited considerable feeling in the terri
tory, every point being hotly contested ; but
outsiders have pretty nearly given up all special
concern for that people. Wo believe that no
Democrat of very wide fame, from any of
the States was in Kansas assisting on the
stump or otherwise. Several Republican
orators, from New England and various
other sections took a part. What the re
sult finally Is, can only, at this time be con
jectured. It is almost too much to exkiect, but
still we have strong hope that Kansas is at last
Tho forei g n imports at New York for the
month of November were nearly fifty per
cont. greater than for the corresponding total
of last year, and wore also considerably in ex
cess of the corresponding total for either of the
previous years. An unusually largo propor
tion of the imports, both in dry goods and
general merchandize, wore entered directly for
consumption, showing that the market has not
been over-stocked. The exports from New
York for foreign ports for the month of No
vember, show a very large gain upon the total
for November, 1868, but are not as large, ex
clusive of specie, as the corresponding total
Liverpool and Virginia.
The merchants of Richmond, Va., seem to
be in earnest about establishing a line of pack
between that port and Liverpool. On Sat
urday, in public meeting, they. unanimously
agreed to form '!'Virginia. and Liverpool
Packet Company," with a capital of $150,000
"divided into three hundred shares of $5OO each,
as well-as to purchase at once four ships of suf
ficient rise to carry about 4,000 hogsheads of
What Elections poet 'iu New York.
Careful calculations and persons in a position
to know, say Wood has spent at least $40,000
Ravemoyer, or his frietilis,s2o,ooo,and Opdyke
$15,000. Total, three Mayoralty candidates,
If to this be added, the sums spent by, and
contributions levied upon, the various candi
dates for Aldermen, Councilmen, Corporation
Council, Alois house Governor and School offi
cers, the aggregate probably will not fall short
of a quarter of a million of dollars.
Of course, the calculation is, on the part of
the patriots who thus bleed, that if successful,
they will be able to re-imburse themselves from
the city treasury, in some way or other—so
that, in the long run, it is "We, the People,"
who have to foot the bill, after all.
How the House Looks.
The members of the last Congress, at the
close of the last session, ordered the removal
of the desks. in the House. There has been
some difference of opinion as to the utility of
this change. "Ion," the correspondent of the
Baltimore Sun, says the appearance of the house
on Monday was very interesting. The galler
ies were thronged by an orderly and good-look
ing crowd. Themembers, while the roll was
called, kept their seats, and looked Snore like a
grave, calm and deliberative body tharlisthey
ever did before under the old arrangement.
The seats will, if tried long enough, he says,
never be exchanged for the old plan of chairs
The whole country between GaudsSajara and
Topic is a perfect waste ; the ranchos, haciendas,
and villages are entirely deserted, and the only
sign of life you meet with on the road is an
occasionab band of mounted robbers, who de
scend from the mountains to attack some soli
tary traveler, or visit the deserted villages, in
hopes that the inhabitants, in their flight, may
have left behind some forgotten saddle, rope or
sombrero. The doors of the houses have been
beaten down by the axe, or if they proved of
too tough material for the lazy " landlord" to
destroy them by such means in a few minutes,
they have been burnt by heaping before them
piles of straw or dried leaves, so as to give an
easy admittance to the robber.
The public are cautioned againta anew fraud,
being en altered $5 note, purporting to be the
true issue of the Freehold Banking Company
of New Jersey, which has just made itsappear
ance. Vignette—three men rolling a log;
man, oxen, and man cutting a tree in tho dis
tance ; Five in blue across the upper centre of
note ; D in both upper corners ; two men
gathering corn in lower right corner ; two
men shearing sheep, boy, in lower left
corner. Ilnllto genuine. Look out for them.
Immense Demand for Stamps.
The London papers state that the annual de
f/INGa for penny postage stamps in Great Brit
ain, is little short of fire hundred millions. In
order to supply this demand, the daily manu
facture must average about I.oo,ooo—which
enormous amount can only be obtaia©d by the
aid of steam and machinery.
'V AR I ETI ES!
A capital pun we heard the other day. A
lady sending n despatch to her husband, was
writing, kay as long as business detains
Shall I commence business with a capita
If it's to be a capital business," was the
It cannot to denied that this was capital
A London witness having told a magistrate
that he was a penman, was asked in what part
of literature ho penned sheep in Smithfield
Cork screws have sunk more men than cork
jackets over saved.
Ilarhave's Holland Bitters.
Tho Press of tho country has been particularly
nod to the pillow, of the.," Littera Among the many
nonces, we otter the following to an tinpartud puhhe :
a It no a well known fact that we do not putt Patent
Med:rums, and that wo but seldom aAlrertise them, hut
hoirhare. Holland Littera roma§ to us endowed in
each a manner, as a "pacific for the donates it professes
.; core, that we not only advcruse it, hut give tt thie fa ,
inmahlo nature, uulakeil t. , y the proprietor.'—f cmiel Ze,
't he Philadelphia Area, in speaking of the tat
Litton in that city by Franklin I natitute, Nay .
In noticing medicines, we are always extremely ci
t.ous satisfied of the menu of the article. Among
those exhibited, is the celebrated Holland Bitters.
'ibis medicine has been extensively introduced into
even Suite in the Union, and into tho Canadian Prov
ntcosn. p h r o m ws i p t i e ll , y t i v i . o t nbiianl s t h i e n
every oi i ar ua s g . a
America-11111On whin h we notice one from the late Hon.
John M. Clayton. of Delaware."
`Barbaro Hollsoil Biitera are an invaluable r,
In all casea of dripepaia. They Impart a strong hi
tent, to the stnnmell, and arc, the beet renovator
"It) spopoin, headache and Indigestion, by which all
persons are more or le-s affected. can nenally be cured
by taking moderato esertaso, wholesome food, and a
dose of hierhave's Bitters ono hour before each meal."
I "Bierhave's Holland Butters for Dyspepsia, Headache,
Loss of Appetite, Nervous Debility, and all diseases
coorusitiont upon a disordered stomach and liver. This
l &mei" isvery favorably known throughout the West,
and is regularly prescribed by some of the moat dig.
tinguished physicians. - -PhiJo. Loi,ter.
”Thorn eon be no better remedy for Indigestion,
Heartburn and Loss of ap_petite, than Pserharcie Idol
, land Ititters."—.llwAl aso EfgLit, •
BENJAMIN PAtil, Ja. l CO., Sole Proprietors, No
27 Wood, between First and Second sts., Pittsburgh.
- CITIZENS, INSURANCE COMPAN Y,
Pittsburgh. December 9th, 1W.59 f
ELECTION.—An Election for Fftteen Directors
of the Company, to serve for the ensuing year,
trill be bold et the Office of the Company, %I Water et,
bitten ten o'clock in the morning and three o'clock in
the afternoon. on TuESDAY. December alth, inst.
deluad SAMUEL L. MASITELL, Secretary.
ir IN EN RAGS should be carefully saved,
1 J (or they aro extremely useful in sickness. Those
who would gnarl against sickness in their BOYS,
should provide them with a
PAIR OF SCATE..4,
And allow them to indulge freely in this health giving
exercise. They can to , had nt
SOWN t TETLEY'S.
No. 138 Wood street.
G UNS, GUNS,
CARTWRIGHT A YOUNG,
Nw 80 Wood street,
Mtn!, the Mention of Sportsmen nod others to their
They hare many of the Most weapons over exhibit •
d tiun Furniture, Ammunition, le.. An, constantl y
• • • deli)
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS.-
Selling at Reduced Prices
(live us a call before purchasing ohm where. as it will pay
you Remember the place. At the Cheap Cash Stara of
99 Markel, .econd door from fifth mtroot.
T (MAN AND COLWELL STREETS.—
_IA Three lots of Ground, with three Dwelling Houses;
118 feet on Colwell street. A large Brick House, with
store room on the corner, arranged with hall. dining
room audicitehen, and six other rooms, gas fixtures,
lc. Also, Brick House, corner of Colwell street and
Carpenters' alley; and a Frame Dwelling House, on Car,
pouters' alloy. For price and terms, apply to
B. CUTHBERT 808,
dell Reel Estate and General Agta.
TWENTY-EIGHTH List of Applications
J. for Selling Liquors, tiled in the Clerk a Office up to
Deeember Bth, 1858:
Bilharz —, eating House, 6th ward, Pittsburgh.
Campbell James, tavern, 3d do. do.
Faas Gottleib, with other goods, 8,1 ward, Allegheny.
Kaufman Louis, eating house, Duquesne Borough.
M'Nulty George B, do. 3d ward, Allegheny.
Montgomery Alex, tavern, 4th do. Pittsburgh.
Oetertneyer John, do. 6th do. do.
• Heir John, do. 6th do. do.
Slocum S., do. 6th do. do.
THOMAS A. ROWLEY, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Dec. 8th,16611. de10..3t
I N VEST $1 AND KEEP \VARM.—Fiftv
Cents will buy a good Merino Shirt. Fifty Cents will
.uy a good Merino pair of Drawers. Call and see.
EATON, CREE MACRON,
delo . 17 Fifth street.
OODS. HOODS.—New styles received
j.j., this day, and more to arrive to morrow. Bold at
a small advance. City and Country Merchants invited
to call. EATON, CREE MACRUM,
4510 17 nu. street.
FROSTY DAYS.—Boston Ribbed Hose;
now is the time to buy—all sizes and colors.—
Dealers supplied atriAht price .
TON MEE MACRUM,
N 0.17 Fifth street.
ILYCERINE. Old Palm and Poncme
‘,l Soaps, for sale by 13. JOHNSTON,
del° cor. Smithfield and Fourth eta.
BAKING SODA and CREAM TARTAR,
for solo by JOIRTSTON,
deli) Corner of Smithfield and Fourth eta.
ME • °METERS, for sale by ..
cor.Budibiteld and Fourth sts.
LIVINGSTON, COPELAND k CO.,
MANUFACTURE " FA IR
BAN H.'S PATENT PLATFORM
SCALES" of evetv variety, for,Weigh
mg Live Stock. Hay, Grain, Ore. Coal.
Iron, and for all purposes of Merelian
dtzing, whttherdornrwit or on wheel+,
with hoisting lever Or without I roll or
Wooden Columns. and of all days e , and
capacities,fromllailmiel purposes down
to the small counter scale and halancee.
Also, they are the Pantentees and only
LATCHES. for right or left hand doors, of every .
Mills, Corn Mills and Shelters, Sausage Cutters and Stuffere, Bolts, 'Self-Shutting Gate and Shutter Hinges, Boil
' Castors, Axle Putties. Wardrobe Books, Fire Iron Stands, /cc-, se., together with every variety of Maleable Cast
ings, and DOMESTIC HARDWARE generally. n 024
NEW CLASSES, NEW CLASSES,
FASHIONABLE DANCING ACADEMY
Al NEVILLE HALL,
Orrncr of Fourth and Liberty Strata, Ustee - ph.
PROF. COWPER, would respectfully in
form the eitizen:lof Pittsburgh and Allegheny, that ,
he is now forming New Classes at the above Hall, and
will continue to teach the accomplishment in all its
various branches, together with instructions in the
etiquette of the ball room and social circle,Graceful De
portment of Person, &c. All the latest and most fash
ionable Ball Room and Parlor Dances, as taught by him
in the Eastern
Polish Mazoucrkt a ie sQ ua u d ch r l a
eCsa led n nans Cotillons,
Polka Quadrilles, Schotush Quadrilles, London Lancer
Quadrilles, Russian Mazourka Quadrilles, Plain or Ger
man Waltz, Einineralde Waltz, Vassuviana Waltz, Sehot
tiach or German Polka,.Cinque or Five Step Waltz, Clni
benne Milliek in, Espanola and Bohemian Polkas, Re
down, Polka Mazourk it, Gallopade, Spanish Dance, Ever
green Polka, Cicillienne Circle, Sc, ac., will be taught at
moderate terms. Days of Tuition will be as follows:
LADIES' CLASS—Thursdays and Saturdays, from 4
to 8, P. M.
MASTERS AND MlSSES'—Thursdays and Saturdays
from 3 to 5, P. H.
GENTLEMEN'S CLASS—Thursdays and Saturdays,
from 8 to 10, P. H.
PRIVATE CLASSES FOR LADIES who desire it.
Prof. Cowper will also give instructions to Private
Classes, or instructions given at the residence of pupils,
N. ii.—Prof. C. can be seen at the above Hall, on day
of tuition, from 2 to 6, and 7 to 10, P. M, or at the SCoTT
HOUSE, daily. deio
The distinguished advocate of temperance, will exhib'
this magnificent wore of art,
THIS DAY, SATURDAY 10TH,
And Monday, 12th of December, in
On SATURDAY, at 3, I'. 61., a npecuil exhibition fur
EVENING EXHIBITION, 7 O'CLOCK.
Tickets, 25 cts.; 6 tickets, $1; Children, 10 crs_ Wel°
JOS. H. BORLAND,
WINTER HOSIERY ?
WINTER GLOVES i I
WINTER SHIRTS?! I
0 • 040:nrCrimum•iiien,
All who have seen it - pronounee io it one of the fine
ti most valaable exhibitns that has ever viqited th
APPLES. -200 barrels choice Russett
plea, received and for sale by
dela LISNRY If, COLLINS.
1111 E-1250 bbls. Louisville Lime, a fresh
A article, received and for sale by
el° REMIT COLLINS.
prime article tirease, for
&AO] HENRY IL COLLINS
For Memphis, Napoleon, Pine
Rock and Fort smith,
ildaaTHE NEW AND SUBSTANTIAL BUILT
Steamer Diann Miura, Captain J. A.
WILLIAMS, will leave for the above ports on SATUR
DAY, December 10th. For treight or passage, apply on
board, or to
FLACK, BARNES dc CO.
FOUR LOTS ADJOINING LAWRENCE
\ILL, each 24 by 110 fem. They will be die - posed
of cheap. Information to be obtained at THIS OF
Dwelling House for Sale.
AFIRST-RATE three story Dwelling
House, No. 68 Ross street, between Third and
Fourth streets, is offered for sale. The house is well
finished and recently repaired; line bath-house, with hot
and cold water; pared yard; Ceme^t Cellar Floor under
the whole building; Gas in nearly all the rooms. Terms,
1.4,000—51,000 mash. and the balance in equal annual yriy
meaw payable in eight years. Possession given on the
first of 2ipril.
Enquire in the premises.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
W. E. SCHMERTZ & CO.,
IAVE MADE A GREAT REDUCTION
in the price, of their
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS,
31 FIFTH STREET.
Ulna! Daum 411t2.3 t. lIRE,DISO
ROBERT DALZELL Si. CO.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANT'
PICITMCZ PITTS - MS.OR MIYZTACTCIE 3 ,
NO. 231 LIBERTY STREE
AN ADVERTISEMENT in the Peoria
Troascriyf, of November 4th, calls on Coal Diggers
to eome to Peoria to work:. It states that from LSO to 200
can find employment. As we deem such an adven
meuteakulated to mislead many already nearly impov
eredlef miners, we take this occasion to state, there is
now more coalsliggers hero than can find employment,
and warn all to stay away. Many that have been attract
ed here by such unwarrantable calls, are in a suffering
condition, after paying out their IMltsall to get here.
A COYMITiI: B F.OIC Au. TOE Mtarra nom,
Real Estate Auction Sale.
ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 23 .sth, at two
o'clock in the afternoon,on the premises; valuable
Real Estate, beautifully situate on Scotch Bottom,
Peebles township, formerly part of the Wood estate,
near the line of Braddock's Field Passenger Railroad,
lately chertered,and expected to be in operation in a short
time, making it easy of access,and within a few minutes
ride of all parts of the city; adiolning property of Hon.
George Darsie, Hon. M. Swartewelder, William Bagaley,
Esq, and others; also, of the proposed Depot of the Core
nellsville Railroad. This is the most delightful spot in
Allegheny county for A country residence, surrounded
by scenery not excelled in the West, commanding a
splendid view of the Monongahela Riser, the cities of
Pittsburgh, Allegheny. and borough of Birmingham, and
at this particular time the kind of property most in de- ,
mend by the man of business and mechanic, who are i
anxious to leave the crowded streets of the city , and se- I
cure for themselves anil families a pleasant eeuntry
home, such as is now offered on terms so acoommeda
ling as to be within the reach of all. The grounds sea
laid out in plate of trom one to three acres each, making
a convenient size for dwelling, out-houses, garden and
pleasure grounds. A plan of the property will be dis
tributAd previous to sale, and can be seen at any time
at the Hotel of Mr. J. D. F. Heating, who will give any
Terms of sale, one-fourth cash; balance in three equal
annual payments, with bond and mortage and interest
added from day of sale. tietlad
Dik`l l V ail Vtl 311
BOOTS AND SHOES.
ASUPERIOR ARTICLE OF BOOTS and
SHOES aro uttered for sale at the Office of the
Western Penitentiary, low for cash or approved paper.
139 dozen Coarse Boots, sewed and pegged;
152 " " Monroes "
45 Calf and Kip Monroes, sowed:
74 Kip Boots, sewed;
7" Boys' Coarse Boots, sewed end pegged;
I 0 English Ties
40 " Boys' Coarse , Monroes, sawed and pegged.
5 " Womaus',Boots, sewed;
Boys' and Youths', sewed.
78,800 Checks, a very superior article—warranted fast
200 doz Three-bushel Tow Bags, admirably suited
for the farmer;
50 " Tow and Cotton do.
Persona wishing to purchase any of the above articles
can be supplied by calling at the Office of prison.
daily JOHN BIRMINGHAM, Warden.
NO_ 89 isa..A.."B.3EVE3T 7
TS NOW SELLING OFF HIS LARGE
and well selected stock of BOOTS and SHOES,
'WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, at Reduced Prices. He
has constantly on hand Ladles', Misses', Children's,
Boys' and Men's GUM OVERSHOES SANDALS, Au.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's High Heeled Boots,
Gaiters, Slippers, & e. Men's Custom-Made. Calf, Doubl
Upper and Sole Boots. Children's Shoes of every vari
ety, all of which he will sell cheap for cash. Call and
examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere.
del JAMES ROBB.
H. IRS H. FELD & SON, have
-111-11• now in stock in their Tailoring Depart—
Many Novelties in
The above have juat been purchased by one of the
firm in New York, and are the
LATEST STYLES OF THE SEASON
PEE NEW TF.MPERAIsICE MELODIST.
emulating of Glees, Songs, and pieces compbsed
and =singed for the use of the various temperance or
pmeehona in the. United States; by.Stophen Hubhard.
Price 57% cents, or ATS Par doses.
des - - ZAY -15•Wood•strosi..--
NO. 102 MARKET ST.,
NO. 13 FIFTH ST.
NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON.
Receiving Goods Continually
FROM THE EASTERN CITIES, we are
enabled to oder to the public the Best Styles of
And LOW IN PRICE- We direct the attention of our
Lady customers to our THIRD SUPPLY of
Raglans, Dusters and Shawls
Markel and 13 Fifth ate
TO THE PUBLIC,
SPECIALLYU the Ignorant and Falsely!
_Li Modest Physicians of all denominations, treat Se- i -
cret ELIA Delicate Disorders, Self Abuse and Diseases or
Situations common and Incident to Youths of both sea
es, and Adults, single or married. Because Dr. BR.S..N
SYRUP publishes the fact of his doing so, the ignorant,
and falsely modest are dreadful y shocked, and think iii
a great sin, very immoral, and for contamination and
eorruption _ among their wives, promising sons and
daughters. Their fanaily physician should - be cautious
to keep them in ignorance that they do the same as Dr.
BITAN.TTRUP, (except publishing) lest a lucrative pm ,
tice might be lost to them among stupid, falsely triodast
and presumptuous famtlieq, born and raised in igno
rance, sprung up as mushroons. and who compare SOM.
ety, tritenigenee. sense, Se- to dollars and cents, myste
riously, meanly or illy gotten.' It is to publicity, howev
er, that numerous parents and guardians are thankful
that their sons. daughters and wards, previously feeble,
sickly and of delicate condition and appearance, have
been restored to health and vigor by Dr. 1310.1iSTRUP,
besides many before and after marriage through him
have been saved much suffering, anxiety, mortification,
so. Having the advantage of over thirty years experi
ence and observation, consequently, he has superior
skill in the treatment of special diseases, and who is
daily consulted by the profession, as well as recom
mended by respectable citizens. publishers. proprietors
of hotels, Le. 0111iiii S 5 Smithfield street, near Diamond
street. Private communications from all parts of the
Union strictly attended to. Direct to
htlf, little BOX 800,
debilydaw Pittsburgh Post Office.
MA . -
Valuable Property for Sale
20 g, ACRES, in Somoniet county, adjoin
ing the town of Somerset, will be disposed of
by the undersigned cheap for cst , h, or in exchange for
property adjacent, or in the city of Pittsburgh. The farm
is well improved with valuable buildings and barn, and
is a desirable location for a stock or dairy farm. tame,
diate attention is desired. Apply to
SIARTIN CONNELLY, Penn st.,
de2annlew or. J. D. Roddy, Esq., Somerset, Pa.
THE SUBSCRIBER has the pleasure of
announcing to the public, Olathe has last received
eplentild 7 Octave Carved Rosewood Grand Plano, from
the Factory of Chickerin,g S Sons; thA First one of their
New Improved Scale that has been in Pittiburgh.
This Piano has received the most unqtudifiedadmira•
tion from all who have seen it, and has been pronounced
by competentpadge possess, in an eminent degree,
tho-... qualities which constitute o fine instrument. -
The public are invited to call and see this splendid
Piano, at the Warerooms of
011 S 11. MELLOR,
60 si woOD sTRzr.
CHICKERING & SOWS
SEVEN OCTAVE PIANOS,
WITH THREE STRLNGS TO EACH NOTE
In tha Treble—Neer Felt Haniniera—Bracal Bottom, and
NEW LOT of the above 44. -j7-7i,
Piano Fortes just received direct
teem the Manufactory of Chickering &
Sons, Boston, selected personally by Mr. Charles Mellor,
csnsisting of superbly Carved and Plain Rosewood Cases.
The public aro respectfully invited to call and exam
ine these splendid instruments. For sale only by
JOHN CIL MELLOR,
Sole Agent for Chickering & Son's Pianos,
nol6 for Pittsburgh and Western Penn's.
CHICKERING S SON'S
NEW SCALE 6 1-2 OCTAVE PIANOS
THE SUBSCRBER has just
il l aiq
1 received. direcyfrech the manufacta-
ry of Chiekenng ft' Sons, Boston. a new
and splendid lot of their NEW SCALE 634 OC.
TAVE PIANOFORTES, in elegant Rosewood
and Blac_lt..Tealnut alsea. selected personally by ItSr.
CharlesMellor, at the Factory, for this market- .Pitees
from SBO to $3OO. For sale only by
- - -
NOVELTIES FOR THE SEASON.
SAII'L GRAY & SON,
TN ADDITION TO A. LARGE A&SOAT
In the most desirable colors for FINE DRIMS AND
FROCK COATS, several
New Varieties in
BEAVER OVERCOATINGS ;
CHOICE STYLES IN CHEVOITS. &C., for
AND THE LATEST DESIGNS FOR
TROWSERS & WAISTCOATS.
GS. Flaw, Late of Laocaster....Loo3-1 & GiLLOG, tt'g4
GEO. S. BRYAN 8;
HEAVY PANT STUFFS
NO. 83 WOOD STREET
Reliable as to Quality,
JOHN . A. MELLOR,
Agent for Chickering & Son's Pianos,
SI WOOD STRI...na
No. 19 Fifth StrOet,
.FOR THE SALE OF
PIG IRON, BLOOMS, &C.,
No. 52 Wood at., Pittsburgh.
Rertanmes.—Lyon, Shorb A Co., Pitfsburgb, Litings
ton. Copeland Co., Pittsburgh: PlO 3 . E. Franklinesq.
Lancaster; Hon. Simon Cameron, Harrisburg:
Gardner A Co., Hollidaysburg. Pa. je2ll:llm_
TILE ENTERPRISE INSURANCE CO.
INSURES AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE •
by Fire on Buildings, Merchandize, Furniture, to.,
at reasonable rates of premium.
Duiscroas —F. Ratchford Starr;Will iam IrKee,of. Wm.
Kee t Co.; Nolbro Frazier, J no. M. Atwood, of Atwood,
White & Co.; Benj. T. Tredick, of Tredick, Stokes k Co:
Henry Wharton; Mordecai L. Dawson; Geo H.; Stewart.
of Stewart it Bro.; John H. Brown, of John H. Brown
Co.; Fahnes took, of B. A.Fahnestock & Co.; Andrew
D. Quin J. L. &ringer. of Wood & Errinwer.
F. RATCHFORD STARR, President.
CHARLES W. COXE, Secretary.
Przrsscaan Rrizniscrs.—Wm. Holmes / Co , J. Piinter
k Co, Thomas H. Howe, Esq., Jas. Marshall, Esg, Allen
Kramer, Esq, Wilson, ll'Elrox & Co, Wilson, Payne k
Co., Bailey, Brown & Co., Livingston, Copeland & Co.,
James B. Lyon & Co., Win. S. Lavely & Co..
GEO. S. BRYAN et. C., AgeXi d s tree ter
No. 6 0 2
JOH2 T. LOWO.I
LOGAN Sr , GREGG,
No. 52 Wood Street,
Four Doors above St Charles Hotel,
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, woul.
respectfully inform his friends suul the public gun
orally that he is 110 N, preparedlo fufhtsh everything 1.
the FRUIT, CAKE, ND COCONFECTIONAR line o.
the shortest notice most satisfactory terms.
Atir•Romember N 22 DIAMOND ti trY, the pls.,
to supply yourselves or the Hohdara . . Aos72za.