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• - Winter is Here.
The. "melancholy slays,". which lingered
atuoisg. us this year with all their rare beauty
so long, are at length gone indeed. The sea
son of &lilts:. to , us infinitely more enchanting
than that of_ flowers, w hen the monlight
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softer, the atriiosphe're balmier, and the tints
bl.Cthe' easel of ',hater!? brighter - than at any
'other; has at length yielded to the irrevocable
law of decay: and is belied in the "dead past'
forever.' 1 Winter -stern, implacable, hoary
and cold—who seemed' for a time unwilling to
`4 to rt . liis^ right, has finally dispossessed the
tb.s.tetil - autum nal queen of her throne, 'and
with i4y, ,
sceptre and snowy crown began his
.cheerless reign. • The-!':stars now gleam with
- an - unwonted. brillianCy; the earth is covered'
with tin immeculate robe; the atmosphere is
biting,' sharp and disagreeable, and the frost
has again - woven its curious net work, upon
the - pane. Old Boreal has already begun to
"blear great guns ' 1 from the North; the lakes
tied streams are incrusted with, ice, and fishes
once - more look through Windowinot made by
hattillr;Alre. landscape, which stretches out to
t.hyrnelili leaden; wintry sky, looks bleak, bar_
ran and monotonous; the sentinels of the for
;eal,„ Staked of their foliage; wave their skele
-terifbonghs in the killing and chilling blasts,
s and moan that the gentle autumn is dead. The
merry.tingling of sleigh-bells will soon be heard
on the streets, and rosy faces, beaming with
happineisand health, will be seen peering from
-diminutive mountains of furs, while laughter
rings-Anerriir (gear,- frosty air. The
( promenades and avenues of husiness.are coin
„pay:RU.l743lY deserted early in the evening ; the
ernmson light through curtained windows looks
.blmerful and • inviting, ,and the love-lit eye
seeing M. Sparkle with a brilliancy that was
- never observable before. r All this is winter in
earnest; but am should, not forget that the
:beary old king only checks the onward course
of the :flowing stream, and hangs his icy pen
frotn dripping eaves,and spreads his fleecy
;shroud over the face of nature, that spring may
.again produce her flowers, this; summer her har
yeas; and autumn her.fruits. However cheer
!lilsa. the season may appear, it is not without
'its pleasures to most of us; but there is a class
to Which - it only brings suffering and want. In
!cbeerlev3 garrets, reached by rickety stairs,
and dainp cellars, where 'poverty makes its
hofrie,'The poor are ever:to be folitid. "Ye
'have them with you always,” but now, when
they need more than your sympathy and aid,
!Ft them: not he forgotten. Let es follow the
'ipjanctiOn so kindly given by Tennyson :
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If tune be beery on your hands,
Are ;So beggarient oui gate '
Nor any peer abontyonr lands 7
01 letwit the orphan boy to read ;
fir teach the:orphan girl to sew:
Pray Heaven fora human heart.
And let your foolish follies go."
Let our citizens respcnd, 'by . laboring among
the needy, for surely none could engage in a
better work than the relief of the destitute
poor. ' '
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THE WASHLNGTON COUNTY TREASURY AT
TACHED rOn ' INTEREST ON RAILROAD BONDS.—
The Washington Examiner says : " Deputy
United- States' Marshal,•..Bernard Dougherty,
arrived in this place on Wednesday afternoon
of last week with an execution against the
county in favor of William 4cCoy, of Wheel
ing, Virginia, for the amount of judgment,
htterett anid costs'recovered by him in the
United' States Circuit tThurt at Pittsburgh,
egainat the county, for the amount of interest,
coupons on bonds issued by the county to the
Bempfield railroad company. The -execution
was served - on 'the treasurer and on Joseph
Vankirir,,-Esq., president of the board of com
missioners. The legal effect of this proceeding
is to'lock up the treasury:' against all other
claimants until the amount of this judgment
is paid, which amount is about twenty-two
hundred dollars, to the liquidation of which
the commissioners are bound to apply all
moneys as they come into the treasury, under
a penalty of attachment in - case of disobedi
ence. As will be seen- by- the advertisement
of the treasurer, in another column, the Coal-
Riikgioners have determined tocomply with the
eiigence of the writ, and to pay'off the judg
ment as fait as possible. This result has been
anticipated for some time:".
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VOLUME XVIII
Pie Patin poot
JAMBS P. RIMS,
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EDITOR AND PROINIETOR.
RUB : - # Daily, Five Dollars per year, strieUy in'ad
vsnee. Weakly, aipgle su 6 scriptions Two Dol
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Mail and Express Train.:-. , ... 1:50 A BM. 3:50 P. M.
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LIZZIE WYATT, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylva'-
nia, who recently become a aubject , of some
notoriety, a day ortwo sindeattempted to cow
hide Mr. Newt of the Chronicle, for saying
that her performance of "Eve," in a dramatic
spectacle, was strikingly true to nature. Mr.
Newt, after warning her that he ,should treat
any woman who unsexed herself to attack him,
precisely as if she was a man, slapped her face
pretty severely, when she concluddd to retire.--
Who
is Mr. Newt? .
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00E. OUT , Eon THE . 8E6G11,12.1.—0ur ex
change papers from the neighboring counties
complain' of the impudence, and thieving dis
position of the many mendicants who are
prowling all over the. country. &Me of these
fellows watch an opportunity to visit farni
houses and private dwellings when the male
portion of the family are absent, and behave in
an outrageous manner to the females of the
household. In a largo majority of cases they
are idle, worthless vagsbounds, too lazy to work
if work bo offered them, •
. CoNvic - rs.D.—The'trial of Fenton F. Suttlo,
before the united States District Court at
Cleveland, for counterfeiting, came to a 'close
on Saturday evening. The jury brought in,
as in the other eases; a verdict of "guilty," but
recommended him to the mercy of the Court.
The trials of B. F. Shane and “liaty" Ann
Larkins, have been postponed until the March
term of thurt. - There yet remain, to be tried
the present term, Maple, Myers, and 'Wyand.
lIELD To BAlL—Frederick Wessel, of thii
Bigbth ward, yesterday made information bei
fore Alderman Lewis, charging Robert G
der .with keening a ferocious dog, which had
bitten bins; and also with surety of the peace,
in drawing an axe and threatening to strike
him with it. Gtneinder alleges that he had
just returned from cutting down a tree, and
bad the axe in his hand, but did riot attempt
to strike Wessel with it. Gliwinder was h,.1,l
to bail on both charges.
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Frat,Last night, shortly after ten o'clock,
a tire was discovered in Simpson's (late Ray A:
Simpson's) comb and notion store, on Wood
street, between Diamond alley and Fourth
street. Tho alarni was given and the firemen
- soon extinguished the flames,' but the stock,
which was meet) of it'd a perishable nature,
was greatly damaged by water. The origin of
the tiro is not known, and last night we were
not able to ascertain whether or no there was
any insurance upon the property.
MANCIIESTER PARBEN6 EH RA lI,Rod, U.—We
understand that the cars of this Company were
shilapel'frorn New York yesterday, and will
probably reach their destination by the early
part of next week. The track is completed to
the Manchester line, and will be ready for the
regular running of the cars upon their arrival.
We congratulate the citizens of our sister city
upon the speedy completion of their portion
of the road-
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Nests—The mn who 1V11.3 found
droved in a mill-dam on Connoquenessing
Creek, Butler county, a few days since, wee
William M'Corkle, of Middletown, a married
man, leaving a wife and four children. Mt
arrived at Butler from this city by the stage,
and finding the creek which he had to cross on
hi way home, too high to ford, he attempted
to on the comb of the dam, slipped off,
and was drowned.
UPSET.—A wagon, laden with three or tour
hundred kegs of powder, broke an arlo yes
terday, on the wharf, and letting the bed down,
the powder rolled off down the wharf. Singu
larly enough not a single keg was broken, and
the dangerous ammunition was picked up and
carried aboard the boat on which it was to bo
shipped.
4.„cu il.aoK.EN.—The Wife of 4 ease .epoticer,
of Liurgettstown, Washington county, a lady
of advanced years, had one of her arms bro
ken and a wrist dislocated, on Thursday of last
week, by an accidental fall, while Tarrying a
'bucket of water into the house.
PETER ROONEY, -a lad arrested at the St.
Clair Hotel, on Wednesday, charged with the
larceny of some jewelry, had a hearing before
tho Mayor yesterday, and there being no evi,
dance against him, be was discharged.
THE Catholic school horse, at Cambria CitY,
narrowly escaped destsuction last Saturday.—
One of .the joists was discovered to bo on ;fire
from a defective flue; it was soon eitin
guished.
OFFICER FOX stales — OO bealici arrest (:lan•
non, the !..Jarrishurg r4iirofttl agent, at ' tho
Outer Depot, and detained him in the waiting
room until the next
. train eastward went out.
when he was sent back.
THE water in the Western Division of {the
Pennsylvania Canal was drawn oil on Mon
day last, the ice having interfered with .the
continuance of navigation.
THE Democratic City Executive Committee
met yesterday, and adjourned to meet this af
ternoon, at the office of the Post.
UNITED STLITS DisTRICT COClLT.—BefOnl.itldgo MCCeI
TwI;99.9DAT. Docomber
The evidence for the `defense in tile caiie of John
Glass; on trinhfor 'uttering cfintiterfOJt inotley,, W 8.9 eon•
eluded to-day. ' •
Mr. Chatntierlitin, orNew Brighton, opened tho
mont for the defense and occupied the attention of the
Court until its adjournment at tivo o'clock.
On Pride, morning. Geo. P. 1 1.irrilltoiLfor the ifeferise,
and U. 8. pleura Attorney Roberts, for tlifi,goverie
menf, will conclude, and
.the' Cann 'trill then go to'llie
Ma. FRAM Patty. — thi . nientletnan, a comedian .of ac.
knowledged talent and great celebrity, willdnake his
first appearance before a Pittsburgh audience thin even.
log. havnig been engaged for two nights only. The
piece which he has chosen for his opening, is dratuatiz
ed from Irving's "Legend of Sleepy Hollow," and is en.
titled "Rip t , an Winkle, or a Legend of the Caatskill
Mountains," in which he appears as the twenty yearn'
eleoper, frith a song. *He also plays Tactic, in the "Stage
Struck Lawyer," with imitations. In conclusion "Mr.
and Mrs. Peter White." The lover, of the ludicrous
will find rare enjoyment here, and we can assure thent
that however high an entlniati, they may. put ma: the
en
pabilitiesof Mr:Drdw; tin's, will not be dinappolidenl.
'Can attention of the ladies is called to the sale
cloakb, shawls, tionnaLs, to llittery goods. liasiery, de
at. tlier.Cornmereial Slim, Rooms, No. 54 Fiftltateet,
morning at loo'cla•.h, tie
ECFIANICS' lizsTiTurz.—This Institution,
the want of which line been no long felt by our citizens
ix now open, under the superintendence of Messta
.hickman & Johnson ' in the Lafayette Building. Bmi
trance, 65 Wood street. lima designed for the perpetual
exhibition of the products of Mechanics, sfanufactu
rers, Inventors, and - Artisans; and as a place-of resort
fur those seeking information relative to those branches
of industry, -either. by, examination. of samples or
scientific' publications. Thbse havicig article. to hring
before the public will find it greatly to - their tbilyantuge to
leave samples.
inabsir The putillc are rose.setfully Invited to visit the
BT .T.E4i4.—.A..a a testimonial of
the workmanlike manner, perfect action of their self.•
regulating machines, safety, economy in fuel, and the
little attention necessary to keep each room comfortable,
we give this certificate to Messrs. Davis and AN - n(4s,
successors to Phillips * Co., for their plan of 'heating
by steam the Second Warripublic Schetils thfielty
Pittsbuzglband which' has met - cuir approval, and we
would recommend them to the public to give entire
satisfaction of heating by steam.
ft. Miller, Jr., John bfarshall, Jr., M. Tin*, George
Wilson, John Wilson, L. Wilcox, Directors. , -• .
DAVIS & PHILLIPS,
&arm Heating, Gas Fiat, Itumbbig ond Bray Founders,
No. 117 Woo
Dealers in every demriptum of Gm Piztures and Pump*
d and lid
delOsliki• First street, Pittsbuigh.
THE LATEST NEWS
Tuiltry-stiTit, CONGRESS.
FIRST SESSION
WAElliarceroN", December 15.-L--Hotisk.—ldr.
Vallandingham, of Ohio, remarked that, the
courtesy he extended to others at all times,
hq
was resolved to exact for himself at every luta:
ard; and therefore: last "ot - enin4.:he had r a right
to expect thw courtesy of an adjournment, as he
did not then:wish .to address the House. He
repeated what ho had said, that the man who
endorsed Helper's book, containing insurrec:
tionist sentiments,and intendtal to sow the seeds
of discord, and strife, - and civil war, was not tit
to be Speaker or a member of this House.
The gentleman from Virginia, Mr. Wilson, the
other day, wont further, and said such a man
was not lit to live, yet the Republicans received
this remark as mute as fishes and gentle as
lambs, and they must regard this observation
from him not as a manaeo, but sober truth.
He bad been served with a notice from
the Republican side that they were deter:
tined not to listen ti any further remarks from
him; for this he did not care; ho would tell them
the country hold its breath in Suspense, and l
ie
ened to the slightest words which falls from the
lips of gentlemen here present—this Union
has been threatened. lie occupied a pesitii.in
of neutrality ; he was not a Northern man, spin
bad no sympathy or good reeling for thoNortli;
Ho was bound to it by no ties whatever, except,
by the strongest of all ties—a common language
and a tout won country—least of all was he a
Northern roan with Southern principles. HO
was a United Stites man, with United stool
principles. Ile was in favor of giving to the
South all that rightfully belongs to it—the
fugitiVe slave law—the right to Elavery
the territories, and whatever rights the Consti
tution' confer.. He was not a pro-slavery num
or a non - Blayer,y man,; but. had a serene in.
differenc e on the subject He tientglit he er•
copied the constitutional erourel of our father,.;
in whose days the people were animated by
patriotism, and had not, as some have now,
an anti-slav e ry God, an an ii , lavery Bible, and
an anti-slavery constitution. Ile avowed him •
sulfa %Western man by birth, sentiment ande du.
cation, while at the same time he avowed hint:
self a constitutional man. He said Mr. Corwin
bad been detailed to lead the forlorn hope o f
the. Republicans, and to be shot down at the
Malakoff. "1 be next census would show that
the valley of the Mississippi has a majority of
the people of the county, who would admin
ister a government for the benefit of all.
He came now to speak of a painful and di -
cult subject, Disunion, which had become as
familiar as the most ordinary word of saluta
tion... There VMS- not a day but what they
heard 'the eroakibg of the raven, - and •'the
mournfully dirge-like wail. Ile would tell
the gentleman that such were the doctrines
of
Seward. Ho declared, in the r0ut . ..0 Of his re
marks, that he was against Disunion, now and
forever; he held to one Union, one Constitu
tion and onn destiny, which could not be fill
tilled except as a united people, and by they
inmesdiate, total and unconditional destruction
" the sectional and anti-slavery Republican:
party. (Applause.)
After flintier di , disAnn, the ILeise proceed
ed to a ballot for Speaker, with the foltotving
result: Sherman, I IO; Decoct:, Si;i Gilmer,
scattering, 9: necessary to a choice. I I I.
Bonham bad the floor, but he gave way
to Mr. Winalow, who .proposed another vote.
and then adjourn, saving that Mr. Bonham
would have the floor for to-morrow.
The question was agreed to, and the Doom
proc:eded to another 'Vote, Sherman and Do_ I
cock each -receiving the same number
fore, Gilmer 18, and scattering 114
Fifth ballot—on this ballot Sles,r,.
of New York, Hickman, of Pennsplvania.
and Sclonerti., of Penncylvankt. went over to
Mr. Sherman. This action wets much ap
plaud:xi.
The House then adjourned.
SlNart:. --The Vice Pre4dent announced
that Ow special , orninittee under Mr. Mason's
resolution to inquire into the circumstancas
attending the invasion of Harper', Ferry had
been appointed. The cornmitte comists of
Messrs. Mason, Davis, Collarner, hitch and
Doolittle.
Mr. Pugh, of Ohio, submitted a resolution,
which lies over, in.strueting the committee on
Territories to inquire into the exmliency
of
repealing so much of the act for the organiza
tion of the Territorial Government of New
Alexic.i and Utah, as requires that all laws
passed by those Territories shall be submitted
to Congress for aPproval and rojOrtion.
Mr. Mallory, of Moth's., gave notice, of ids
intention to introduce a bill to regulate and
increase the pay of the navy.
The Senate then proceeded to the election of
a Chaplain (in the first ballot there was no
choice. The second ballot resulted in the elec
tion of Iti!v. Dr. Gurley, who received thirty
tire votes out of fifty. Several petitions were
presented,whon the Senate adjourned till Mon
day next.
The Exeeutions at Charleston --Inter
view between Cook and his Friends.
CHARLEBTVIVIV, VA., Decemb e r I I_Tho
town is steadily tilling up with strangers to
witness Oin approaching executions. The.sis
tern of excluding citizens, adiTted on • thu ‘m
casion or Capt. 4.lrown's u4e‘itlon, will not„bo
repeated. •
Gov. Willard, of Indiana, accompanied by
Mrs. Crowley,of New Vork.tho sister of Cook,
and the lion. D.H. Yoorhes, A ttorney Geaeial
of Indiana, arrived here yesterday, and visited
Cook. The interview with his sister was roost
affecting, letterin the day 11r. Staunton and his
wire, of Indiana, and Airs. Hughes, arrived,
Mrs. Staunton is a sister of Cook's, and Mrs.
Hughes a cousin. They also visited the prison
er, presenting a scene of grief and anguish
scarcely mho described. They all promised
to see him again, but through the advide'of
Gov. Willard, each wrote him a few farewell
lines, and all the ladies have left for their
homes. The male relations design to remain
with him until the last moment. Proper and
fitting arrangements have also been made to
have the body of Cook taken to New York for
interment. Some of Clippie's relations are
expected to arrive here to-day. body will
be sent to his mother, at Springfield, lowa.
The bodies of Green and Copeland, it is
thought, will not be claimed, and will ho'do
contly interred near the gallows. The prison
ers this morning wore cheerful, and making
religious preparations for death. Cook was
much cast down'afte piirtitik With his sisters,
and is tow elan' End eilleeted, awaiting his
doom.
SECOND rinsenreu.
The hotels and private houses are all crowd.
ed. A strict surveialance is kept on'strangors,
though those who came from curiosity, And
well vouched for on the question of our peen
liar institution, are all allowed to remain.
Three gentlemen, friends of Coppee, visited
him yesterday. He lived with them, in Ohio,
during his boyhood, and they speak of bins
as having been a quiet and inoffensive youth.
They will remain with him until after his ex.
ocutior, and take his body to his mother. Gov
Willard's interview with Cook last evening,
was for the purpose of delivering a message to
the prisoner, from. his Sister, Mrs. Willard,
which was very affecting. Gov. Willard is
much attached - to Cook, and wept over him, as
if he wore his own son. His lamentations
could be heard, throughout the building. The
prisoners are cahn 'and resigned to=day ; they
have been engaged in spiritual exercise, under
the direction of :the Rev.' U. G. North, with
much apparent devotion. The gallows was
erected this evening. The negroes will be
hung between 11 and 12 o'clock, and the whites
between 12 and 1 o'clock.
From Texas
CaeaLzsros t December 15.—The Courier,
has special, advicea from Brownsville I rhich
state that: Cortinu had 'quartered 'the - 4144
hedies of the :Texan troops killedln the lite
skirmish l'There was much excitement atS
~ntnnas The
Islas„icatu! Vett:
OEM
From. litiashingtOm
I Vesuisrrox CITY, 'December 72.—,The
Charleston CL l47 'l/'.7 : i,:tys it is reported that Sett-
Mgr. Ilaimmind has expressed his intention' to
resign hia seat at' the close of the' present ses;
awn. Re was prevented from at attending
Washington by indisposition.. '
Tho Secretary of the Treasury has invited
proposalS to be received till the 27th inst, for
the issue of any portion of the whole of three
millions of dollars in Treasury notes in ex
chink° for 'gold,' under ' Suithority of the ACt.9
of Congress of. '
Docomber, 18,57,, and March,
Ina
In the South Carolina Li:kW:Unto, on the
12th inst, Mr. 'Whaley, member From Charles
ton, submitted to the House of Representatives
the following' preamble and resolution : 'Where
as : Fraternal relations are diesolved between
the North and South, the slaveholding States
demanding the 'dissolution of the Union to bo
Consummated,' and 7/3 this state of atrairs will
probably render a resort to arms necessary,
therefore, be it Resoired. - That the sum of two
hundred thousand dollars bo placed at the
disposal of the Governor, to be used at his
discretion; according to the expOdiency of the
times.''
The Democratic Senators held a caucus this
morning., to further consider the arrangement
if the'Standing Committees.
Mr. Toombs, it is understood, advocated the
restoration of Mr. Dols•las as Chairman of the
Committee on Territories, but-,pm vote was ta
ken on that point, its Mr, Toombs stood alone
in the caucus in entertaining that desire.
Mr. Green will doubtless continuo as Chair
man.. .
Messrs. Pugh and Douglas'were not in tho
caucus.
The Senate, in Executivo sa.sion yesterday,
confirmed tho nomination of John Hart, as
thiperintendontof Publie Printing, and Amass
J. Parker as Attnrnoy of the Southern District
of New York, in place of Sedgwick. deceased.
Other :nominations were not definitely acted
•
upon to-day.
Mr. Stallwerth, Doinocratie Congressrnan
from t h e Mobile District, is still prostrated at
hotite from the elfoota of his recent severe at
tack.
Minister Yancey on bis return from South
A morica was made tho bearer of a magnificent
gold snuff box, studded with diamonds, and
worth $.5,000, from Gan. Urztziza, President
of the Argentine confodoracy, as a mark of his
personal regard to ex - Commissioner MmHg,
who is nut yet aware oh the present.
Senator ilatalin's chamber was entered at
an early hour this morning, and two gold
watches and some money were stolen, without
awakening him.
Thu lion. Mr. Letcher, Governor elect of
Virginia, is among the recent arrivals in this
city.
Excitement in Philadelphia.
.1111-AIiELPHIA. December ex•
ettement LS. at present, °sitting here. Ther,
are prospects of a riot tonight. An anti
slavery fair is being held at Concert Hall, and
a meeting at Assembly Buildings. During the
meeting this morning a request was received
from the Mayor, to removes flag banging be
fore Concert Hall, as a violation of the ordi
nance in obstructing the streets. The flag
bore certain words and characters which might
lead to a disturbance of the peace. They also
received an order from tho Sheriff, that the fair
should be closed, and the ball deserted before
three °clock this afternoon. - These proceedings
produced much excitement- The Abolitionists,.
in council, resolved to proceed in a bo,i;,. to
Concert Hall to protect their goods. Thu
of
fens' vo flat was removed.. The order f the
Sheriff was demanded by-the owner of th e
buildings, who objeeted to the it" , !..seo in letting
it for such a purpose. (h. W. Curtin is to lee
ture .tmalight on. flan as-pact of the Slavery
question, at National Ball. Advertisement,
appear in the papers for a meeting outside, to
adopt such measures as the exigency may re.
quire to prevent the dissemination of principle:4
cideulatcd, and intended to arouse a spirit of
the most intense animosity in the community,
lead to fearful consequences. and to cheek
hireling incendiaries from making further
flamatory addrffsei in our loyal city. Th e
Mayor is taking every precaution to prevent e
disturbance, which 6C.1111 IS almost inevitable if
the other sides turn out in strength.
Curtis lectured to-night to an audience of
two hundred, while about ten thousand at
tended the outside meeting. `Flee latter was
addressed by (len. John I). Miles, Richard Pe
ters, and others. Soon after Curtis commenced,
several of the mob threw stones at the build
ing„ breaking the window glasses. Five
dred police stationed in the vicinity made a
rush on the rioters,. nod arrested several. This
summary proceeding had a tendency to calm
the frseitement, which nt first threatened se
rious consequences: Mayor Henry and the
Sheriff, were on the ground directing the
police During Curtis' lecture, lie was several
times hissed by the inside audience; the hissers
were immediately- ejected by the police. The
excitement is subsiding, and possibly the iron
Me is ended.
Extensive Robbery—Rumored
Failure.
NEW YORK, Deepnber --The jewelry
store of Dempsey 4- Fargo was rubbed of nearly
all its contents, last night. Ten thousand dol
lars worth of the goods were subsequently re
covered nt a receiver's store, and four lads,
including the clerk ,of Messrs. Dempsey ,4
Fargo, urrestud for the crime.
It is rumored that the extensive 'provision
house of Van Brunt ( t , \Vatsons have failed' to
meet their engagements. They are largely
engaged in pork packing, and the rumor con
sequently had n depreciating ef ect. on the pork
market. Their liabilities are upwards of
$.2.10,000.
Arrival of tho Overland Mail.
LEA VEN WORTH, Dekomber Is.—The Over
land express arrived, at nine o'clock this even
ing, from l'ike's Peak, bringing the Utah and
Jefferson mails and SUMO in gold dust.
The weather has beish intesely cold, causing
a cessation of anining•operations.
Lead mines have been diseoved in themoun
tain region, the mineral being nearly pure.
The 'Provisional Government is still in ses
sion. liusinacs is fictive.
From Mexico.
New I.IIK December 14.—The PicayioW
correspondence says that Lord° had returned
to the Juttrez cabinet; and Consenta to tho rath=
fication of the 9l'.l.ane treaty without alter
ation.
•
The Secretary of the Mexican Legation
Senor Romero,lis a passenger by the Tennessee
He left for Washington to-day.
• Confession of a Defhulfor.
NEW YORK, December 15.—1 n the United
States Circuit Court, to-day, Judgo Ingersoll
presiding, Mahoney confessed judgment to
stealing . 50 ,000,frorri the Adams Ezpress Com
pany, at Montgomery, Alabama. Ho will bo
tried on a criminal suit at Montgomery.,
zilits - PluYistriews are generally loth to speak
a word in praise of what are called "Patent Medicines.,
Indeed, it in an article in the oode of medical ethics that
a physician Who sancttons 'amuse clench remedies can
not be considered amember of the National Association.
But there are exceptions . to the most stringent rules; ,
and many of the disciples of aleculaplus have actually
beencompelled, by the !Turtle of foots, to,l-recernmend
Dr. J. 11 0S'rETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS, for those
diseases which are only prevalent during the summer
and fall. They have ascertained that there are no rem-
edies in the pharmaeopla which can compare with this
wonderful compound -tor the derangement of thli sits_
tent. Thousands of families melding along the !Ow,
grounds of the Western and Southern rive . rs,„ are now
convinced that they have found a medicine peculiarly
adapted to their alleuente, in-other portions of the
country, during the summer menthe, the demand for
the article is equa/ly larga.
For, b lale by Druggists and dealers generally.
-*l4 HOSTETTER a SMITE
Ehßunsfeetueer, ondPrognet'am
:Nb.lB itatim:*.t`t
.7- ,--tiftem4r•rt...l.4l,,-..-,
COMMERCIAL.
1.1.1 - 1 C lIE NY C ATTLMARKET`
• Ausgarrr crrr, December 1601,18E9.
The market this week is overstocked with both cattle
and swine, so much so that the offerings found dull salo
at redueed figures, necessitating large shipments East.
UNION DROVE YARDS.
Jan Allaßkr, Propru . for.
BEEVES.
Sold.
"Va. Offend by
=...11. Pherson...,
18....1. J. Kuntz
19-Jarnea 'lonises--
: 18 ...Crouse & Voetter.
6, /...11. If. Mackall ......
18-8. Anderson
71... F. Foulk ..
106... Marks & Traurman 166 2X(4.29 , 19 lb.
80...91y0ri l & liro sa 2
1 t)...Miller &If orshey 19 0:18 •`
0....1. A. 3
2 M00re..........
13... P. 5ehen1emate1............. 6 $19.00 ill heat.
:..Scott 344 3 'y iil..Seott & Donohue 72 g.l - /b.
G...juhi) McCoy 0 $24,00 ? head.
13...Jamri Corskey 13 2.;.,i
18...1'. L. Ruab It it.
18 " 1, 43
18... Thomas I Villiainson 18 .(,&0:1s,"
15... A J. Stroup la 37.,.0:41
io...sam,wi Warren 10 . ....) , 443
18...J0hn Lunen 18 23i "
7./...John Fleming 20 3
head. 64
2 0... Albert Me- I.E. anie" 7-.1 $27,00 , iii
Flenigen...._... ............. 5 1 - ? Ih.
19...R0h0rt Jones 19 00 ..
22...5. Costerinie ........ "...... ..... . '2l 2 , 44 , ,', "
19... E. Coil 10 2 .
13... E. J. Humes 13 2 %43% „
4... Joseph 31eGaleui 4 $l7 50 per head.
a1...4. Cline 20 2%,":5..33.6 per IL.
2....(1. C. Crum 2 3
0... R. RamseY lu 2%43,4 • , 1... Ward k Harper . 11 2%63;3 ~
5...7'. E. Fredericks 18 3 Of/.3.!.. "
7... 91organ & Maholm 17 . 2,4ei
2... J. LeiFerl 22 24t - .:43 . % "
4... Win. 15144 14
4... M. Kidd 14 :1 .
5...1 Huller 15 2 64.1i.f “ '
- 1 .-A. Porter 13 2 143 " •
37...(.1111,er, A
Stoke 4
20.... f , 9!. Milner 3'137 P.2 '.2: ' p er l ' i . ead.
2.1... E. If. 194vi5....-...... ............. 23 2ii per Ds.
7i. .A. If omphrey 20 2 i ! ..4
21.-1. It Frazier 21 ' 50 per head.
12..8 P. Wil..on 13 2i 444*," per it,
k - t tlt•rs I
," N O: . I.
ME=
1= head efferesl-307 head tiOld at ta 7543 00 per
ati,ao.l S-1011eal sent east.
11061 d.
4A 2 luevl nEtero(l--4,OS+; butyl Hold st figures rangog
eiii 4,y to 63 ; 1, WI in guslity-2,414 bead shipped east. .
PITTSBURGH MARKET'S.
Rdlwrlal itrpreas:y Vit Daily ]Horning Rut.
Prrrantracat. December 15, 1850.
Flour...SA. from plore, of 950 1.61%., al 574345:25
for superfine,',.:o;ls,s4.l for extra, and $.5,000000 for
t'3ll,
Grain—S.lle, VLO bush Cora, from wharf, at firie; 170
do Ytiring barley, do, at 58c.
1nu.14 from et ty :reales at SII;ICT;22 VI ton
Buckwheat Flour... Sales frurn store
Rt $2,1n11 :2L? 100 Ihu.
Cara ftical...44.les .I.f. Lush, from store, at :Jr.
Batter... Sales MOO 154. Roll, in 1.d,1a, at 16c Th.
Eggs...Salei c 1,1..13. Pallfked at 1.7c.'11 doz.
Sugar—S.llo4 S Mut, N. 0. at tic. ?lb: 15 1,1,1 a do a
at 5,
Molasses... Stales 10 hbla. N. 0, at 52c 1.1 gal
Syrup... Sales 18 bhls., Philadelphia, at 53,13,0 e." gal.
Coffee... Sales 35 Parks Itio at 12!.44.133.ge. r b.
011 .aloa 10 bbts. Lard No. 1 at 88.., p gal.; i bbla
'hale at STe.
Malt... Sales '2B Ltda. No. 1 extra, at.sl,lo •it bbl.
A pples...9ales t 0 blds, at r, 19 (32,50 ji bbl.
Potat oea...Salea ICO bash 'Ws at 31Q33.e.
Ileasas...States IS bumh. small white at $1,0001=1;1
Cheare...Sales 80 bozos W. R. at 030)10e. VI lb.
Onlott•...Sales 50 bush. at Oki. H bush.
Dail6d Pim tlO bush Apples, at $1,62 4 4
.75 it bushel.
Poultry...Sidra XI pair elliekens at 2.5 e *pair.
laine...Pales 64 pairs liatbik, at 30e.
Hoga...gslAs 7 , 0 W lhr , dreiiSed, at 5!.4e 3:1 !b. • •
Browns... Sales 15 dor. at 11..rdai3iai.
Lime...Saks 'MIAIs. Loubirille at $1,25 bbl.
Rags... Iles 1 bin 'nixed at 3:%e. VI lb.
Whlaky...Sales bble Reetitted at trie. It gal:
Clactunatt Market.
ow-m -Non. tb.--Tho presaure in the Money
Market continues, and is, beiug more
.generally
Currency is rem scarce. Exchang without altera
tion. Hogs—Tile receipts hare usedincr instead of di
minished as had been expected, and the market in ey
es...di:lab dull; buyers generally - holding and the mar
ket being paralyzed, though holders did not seem will
ing to tnake important conecsairms. Matters generally
core so itnactUed, hoverer, that uniform quotations
could not well be given. The best Hogs have brought
over $ O , and light if pressed could not hare been sold at
a higher range than iira'22k745,1,0. The regoilgs during
the Rat 24 bourn add up AOOO bead. The market is
closing decidedly fill: sales of over 1.500 head at ss,4otin
P 071910113 411. unsettled and lower, prices had to
la , taken in order to erred salere axe trabseetione were
YU 14 , 14 Meets Pork at Ili; 000 bide do on the spot at
015d0 and Wu htils do at $l5; 200,000 Belk Meat at Go
and ac for shoulders and sides; 1,4,00 kegs Lard at 10,,i
c4.107,..ic and 000 bbla do at Vic; 12,000 pieces of Green
Meats, sold at 474 for shoulders, t1.,74 for sides and 71, to
7% for hams. Hour is /Inn; eaten ICX2 bbls at b)„,.10 for
superfine and 3440 for extra. Whisky higher-, sales
at 2214. Sugar firm and in good demand with a very
light stock in the 'market: sales 'Mu litids at 8346.1.`8 1 -ilc.
Molasses buoyant; sales 300 tails at 47e. ..Cotleels
un
-o...get-I at / 2 413 e. Wheat firm. Corn is in good de.
mand r•cm-. Oats attire at 15,1 c Rye firm At Sec. Par
andleys firm with a good demand at 73ealTse for prime fall,
Cd, to 10c for fair to good,
New York Market.
.Nxis Vintx. 15 . --Cotton tirtm saleS 2,04)
bales. Flour doll; slalom 11,04 t litils; &althorn $5,0504,.
75. %Vilma !mall; Hale, 11,000 bush; white $1,50; Mil
waukao c1ii141,3). Corn firm; sales 10000 hush; white
Poe: u' 010011 e; old ail 505427 c. Me 39 - Pork
hoary at $ 1 0,1o416,40; Prime in bettor; filllo9 at $11,500
11,75; kressed Hogs steady. Luisood Cal steady at 55,
Whisky flan at 273.ie. Sugar firm; N. (1, 71g45,,g,
Mus
voYaidoi4llo4b. take firm; Patios 4,00) bap, at 11340
Et; e. Molasses steady at 405,050 e.
Philadelphia Market.
Fati.ADELPRIA. DeeeMber lb.—Flour is firm; aides Of
2.0v0 blils at $5,at1y.05.573.4 for common and good extra
up to Er for fancy. Rye 'hour is held at g4,37;4., and
Corn Meal at 13,75. Wheat hasadvanced :!.(43q sales of
*.'ooo bush at $.1,?.`2.1,35 for red and 1.1,40@1,45 for white.
Rye sells on arrival at Me. Corn is in good request;
sales of :3,000 bush new yellow at 715175 for damp, and
776a.7e for dry. Old yellow is wanted; 50U bush sold at
Osc. Oats are in good request; 1,500 bush Penns sold at
450. Whisky is firm at
11 T. KENNEDY.. W. KENNEDY.
PEARL STEAM MILL.
ALLEGHENY CITY,
R. T. KENNEDY &
WHEAT RYE. AND CORN PURCHASED,
Fl OUR, CORN MEAL AND HOMINY,
MANUFACTURED AND DELIVERED
lh eiTTSBURGH AND ALLEGHENY.
au7:ly.law) TERMS, CASH ON DELIVERY
Z. L. EISNER ,
No. 114 Cor. Wood and Fifth Streets,
WILL SELL BLACK FROCK DR&SS
COATS nau to sell at .410,00 for $ 6,25
Frock Dress Cloth, fine, use to sell at... 14,00 for 10,00
First Quality Cloth, e " 18,00 for /200
Black Cloth !'ants," 6,00 for 3,25
(superfine)" " 6,00 for . 4,00
Onamitnere Suits made to order. " 26,00 for 18,00
Also, Satin, Plush, Silk and - cloth Vesta
GENTB' FURNISHING 130(11k
refsvery low prices. The above is the Cashandby
rring to this advertisernent, tne above prlctes will be
strictly adhered to. oall:tiaco
JNO. THOIIIPSON di: CO.,
1 10178E,, , 51GN AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS,
N 0.135 Third Street,
no 7 121t1 . _nt Four
WHITNEY,
NOTARY I" 17 .13. X.a X 0 .
OFFICE at the
he Tittabargh
fart, Fifth
— n : tre : et; netr'Wood. • '
A11BAT I DY:(
r- LEDGER ITATEI; •
And all kinds of • , ,
HATS AND C4PB,
1 at
Donn* nwl+rood titte!,ilt • •
V , `•" ; "" r *.cllgt ..
ragaisteani:
33} feed
To beA o Uild at
VOR
front au &lure 6
WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE
SAMUEL RIDDLE,-
Manufacturer and Wholeaalo Dealer in
CHURNS, TUBS BUCKETB, BASKETS
BROOMS, •11cC.' l
No. 21 Diamond; Pittsburgh.`
HAVING NOW . IN STORE A LARGE
JA. and .irefully aelected stock of everything in this
hue, either manufactured by hirnself or :purchased di
rect from manufacturers, Volt CASH, is prepared lo
viispEnlye,customers and the country trade with goods in
Price
Soot Eaet:
- •
CHEAPER THAN EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKEI7
The following comprise the leading items in his stock
of Wooden and Willow Ware
CHURNS-plus Staff,. a sizes; Oak stall, 4 sizes ;. Cedar.
Staff, 3 sizes ; oval Crank, Cedar, Oak or Pine, 3 sizen ,
Cedar Barrel,4 sizes; Spantes Paten t, 3size% Thermom
eter, 3 sizee-,1 large stock.
BUCKETS-common red, blue and green fancy and
varnished, half, quarter and toy pad% cediir brass and
irou bounil,2 and 3 hoop,Piggins, cedar, brass andiron
bound, 2 hocqz Ho Baskets. heavy iron bale:Kitchen.
Budgets, iron bal ms Oak Well Buckets, well Ironed;
Flour Buckets, nested. '
TUBS-Painted, 2 and 3 hooix white pine and ceder,
hand made, all sizes, nested orby the dozen.
HEELERS -Painted and varnished, 3 sizes, dozen or
nest; cedar Heelers, brass or iron bound.
MEASUREM-All sizes, (coin bushel tn quartin• peck;
pine or cedar, sealed or unsealed,
CLOTHES PINS-Plain and bead, in five gross boxers
Smith's Patent, in gross boxes, and Brass Spring, in
Vi li ,gaiLTAIZS-Waterloo raised centre, Marietta Zinc,
Double W ood, and all other kinds.
BROOMS. WHISKS, BRUSHES, de in great varie_ty.
MEAL TUBS--Hingharn Butter and Butter and Meal
Tuts, 2 or 3 in nest„ or singly.
DOOR AND BUGGY MATS-Articulate, Cocoaand Grass;
Grass Table Mats.
WHITE NEST BOXES-Spicequul Sugar Boxes, five in
nest, plain and varnished:
OAK ST ANDS - Assorted - sizes, for apple-butter, kraut,
pickles, meat or milk.
UMBRELLA STANDS_ 'or Stores or Dwelling&
CL
order.OTHES IiORSE. - Assorted sizes and styles made to
WoODEN W ARE - Compriaing Rolling Pins, Potato .
. Mashers, Butter Prints and Ladles, Lemon Squeezers,'
Spoons and Beaters, Muddlers,' Soap Cups, Shaving
Boxes, Spigots, Bung Starta, Axe, Pick and hatchet
Handles, Steak Matas, - de.
RAT AND MOUSE TRAPS, of all varieties.
TAR CANS, MOP HANDL aU., iron and wood heads,
Clothes Pounders. •
MARKET BASKETS, in great variety of size and style;
ellby the need or dozen, or our own manuacture, at Ea. , -
egati BASKETS -Round and oval, four In nest.
NURSERY CHAI
H MPERS-Square flat and trunk lids.
RS, of every style:
.
COACHES AND"CRADLES, of e. style.
TELLVELING B ASSETS-Assort eizes and stylea -
Berlin. Japanned. • .
French, assorteiL
LADIES' CAP
R ETICULES-Imported and American.
SCHOOL. BASLETS, in great variety,
SPLIT lit MPER.S. for Potatoes, Peaches, Ae...
ORCHARD BASKETS -Willow and Split
AFE-City and country dealers are.in vitod to call and ex ,
amino ouretock and prices beforeporchashag elsewhere;
as we CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD IN MGT. MAREET.
sAktrui, ntatiLE,
21 DiarnonitPittsuursh.
oeLS:lydavrputavre
' THE LOYALHANNA.HOUSE
.LATROBE, PEIII.6OA. .
THIS LARGE AND WELL 'VENTIL:
A. LATED HOUSE. plaisautly 4ocated. within a. ftm
yard of the Penn's,. Railroad, is now open for there-I
ception of Rummer , rißitorn. A fine ten-pin alley bee ,
recently been erected on the premises, and fine fishinri
/1-4
afforded nearby. All tronw stop ners..Charg i 4 rat
vlrrtrwfam yanks. W. FISEIER. moat tar.
A PIANO AT A BARGAIN.
ANEW PIANO, 7 Ockaves
ROSEWOOD CASE, LOuis XIV .
style. with Carved Le Pedal. Pedal. and Mu
sic Desk, Pearl Keys, Pearl Inlaid Name.
Iteard. Ac. The New York price of this style of
is 8450,consignmentit will be sold at a Piano
a great reduction, to clesfslconsignment• - •
This instrument may be seen at the PIANO WARE,
R 00.311-1 of
JOHN. IL MELLOR,
No, 81 Wood street.
DR. MATTSON'S PATENT ELASTIC
SYRINGES, with Manual of directiOn.s for the em
ploy m ent of injections In various diseases. The success
of the", tustraMenta ha beast us preeocla nted: tbil-Ar4
pronounced by physicians and all who have used there
" deserving or uuquslified approbation." For sale by,
S. - JOHNSTON,
Cameral Smithfield and Fourth sta.
P. full assortment of Metal, Glass and Gum Elas
tic Syringes, always on hand • dei4
Air A. WEAVER. will open a handsome .
• assortment of FALL AND WINTER
MILLINERV,
•
Togetherth a large assortment of CHILDRESS'
CLtiTlf +n NG and Patterns of all descriptions, at
NO. 21 FIFTH STREET,
Second Story, above Elliott's Shirt Store, on FRIDAY,
•Setsemberzath:
me2f
PAPER ! PAPER !!. TAPER !!!
i3S
H ARDWA4E22S 9 OOO ,x 32 Ad
your lbs. 331130, 22x22 and 2.1a33;
/50 reams Fine %White Tea Paper;
1,000 - u Straw Wrapping—all sines;
500 " Rag •
All orthe above (or sale at manufacturers prices.
nol7
W.B. HAVEN,
Wood and 3rd and Market and 2d ate.
R.S!! SCALES !!!-FAIRAANKS
HAY, COAL, • PLATFORM, -and
COUNTER SCALES
or sale at
. •
FAIRWM'S SCALE WAREHOWE,
N 0.41 Firth streeL
M EDIQA L BM/A.S.—A large assortment ;
of .9tandard Works in tl;e various departments of
Medical Science, constantly on hand. • '
AMERICAN AND ENGLISH MEDICAL WORKS
Furnished to order. Catalogues forwarded on &miles.:
lien. ,
RAY & CO - ,
nol N 0.63 Wood Aran. 11.
ATR'Y AMERICAN RAILWAY CASES
2 vol utric.a.
edOeld's Law of Railways.
Angell on the Law of Highways. • -.
Angell on Carriers.
Angell on Limitations. •
Angell on .Watercoarees.
Angell on Are and Life Insurance.
Curtis on Patents.
Price on Limitations and Liens.
Sergeant's Ilechani& Lien Law. •
Stephens on Pleadings.
Chitty on Pleadings. 3 volumes.
Bennett a Hoards Criminal Cases.
Wharton's American Criminal Law.
no= RAY CCL;street.'
s° dozen Gerkins;
50 " Mixed;
" Chow Chow;
Cauliflower;
" Waltants:
10 " Onions, lust received and for sale by
doe 32 W REAMER A ANDERSON.
ood at.. onnosite St. Charles HtiteL
VI 150 bags Rio Coffee;
10 '
` Popper;
10 " Pimento;
pockets Java Coffee; •
bbl.a. Port Rico olusaB
" Crushed and Granulated Sugar :
20 Syrup;
100 kegs B; . taro. Soda;
100 boxes various brands Tobacco: -
150 half chests Common and Fine Tea, for sale by.
WM. H. SMITH & CO.,
Second and Front streets:
F"
FRUITS FOR ME ROLIDA. YS
500 boxes Bunch Raisins, Clemen's brand:
300 bra. " "
31:K)
200 boxes Layer
50 mats Beedlests
100 bza. Cooking"
5 cases Prune., na ems jars
- fancy boxes;
5 kegs " for cooking
20 casks French Currants;
20 boxers new Leghorn Critrbn, ' •
Just received and for sa_le_by.
itiIDERBOI4,. .
No.
89
Wood street,
Onnosite Bt. Csaribs Hotel.
.11. A THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING!
HOUSE, - with a two-story-back building end-kik-hi
, en. Also, a two-stry Dwelling House in rear•orthe - 144
large shop, tie.; situate ork Diamond alley, betweant.
Wood and - Stnithtield streets. For sale - ;
deli S. CLITHBEI ',.M , ..ge1i...bl Market :at:
BILL PAPER; -BILL PARER.-iit, ;41
cetyed a supply of extra quality Bill parsuillwi k f - 1
1
and Blue. Bill paper Ruled to Order. - .
Statlonet ' and Job Printer
.
FIGS: -moo Drums Stnyrivotist
and for side by •
,
NO. 3i Woods ANDERSON
LD OPPORite Bt. Charles RoteL
-- _ .
. ... . . . ....
•
G. LygERINE CREAK. k'or the tsr..a-pas.v.:l
and prows:aim:of Quitiped gesids, te- nil is ar
excellent prepanttion.and Is gr o steenfoil teem* Wien- -
hands Snell askew , The itemtmean, be"
- ~ :• , .ii , Li ~ ,,,, , i -a 11DBFilli.
- .:- - , nor—lkfarkel st-and Dix,
. scarneotts.
a .4
" Eagle brand
'IV IL MUM . PAM', : : aven: 'AL
SMITH, PARK
NIIVTS **RI)
lee F iz ai'azat'/Waeocarafrotreele.:
Matugaoturers.of $ll-aisetuinddesoripriodUottagd
itetortsiead Stills, Gas . ejid Water PI Irene, Dog
'hoz* 'Vrakoni3oxekElteeltioulat% gersioad
dn"
1 7 to , gma2, C a r.. 0
,Tegi Ocnt.
Luig CCI° ord er. '
a lukt tc; • tilt 0
ed tam, all neceasary fitting be earefldly attend
mrzedydae
MOIRE MEW CS,R PE TS,
Oil uothsr iatting,
D 6CIR 24ATI'
. - •
RARE CHANCES
.t . .1::..-E . 5.,'.. , 4" : .1 -, t.'.
TEM . ' MOST .
SHINGLE
E X7T N•,T.
DURABLE, PERFECI",,AN'
STATE;
COUNTY RIGHTS FOR SALE
THE IRON CITY SHINGLE' .MACHINE,
PATENTED BY MR. S. C. ~cOPFEN,
Inventor, of Pittsburgh, Pa., June ith, le,ist, is now
introduced LO cornmepth!iLsett for the
following advantages:-Its utility
cheapnee.4 and excellence'Uf work. fie ‘rtipeiiority h,
othee •
;
Fuer, That it is provided with an apparatus try wh ,
the edging of the Shingle it performed by the saw a b
cute it, and which isa SANTA OF 'FROM' . • •
FORTY TO FIFTY PER CENT. , IN TORT.
ar.COND, By themes:, of two es, Gls hteTk When
placed ou the 3liiihine is aclicisted in any liositipu t
operstar may desire., by whiefflberS a SAVING of "-
.
Twenty Per Cent .of , Timber
- IRD,---/T WILL SAW AND LIME
SIXTY SHINGLES
..IMC I I•7' 1:3"
. ,
The M chine will alio eat Veneeraia:lssokioß
Backs, Barrel Beasts, Cigar Boxes, etc .
The 'lrrolt CitY fflailthee
Can be furnished Ceinillete for 11150,1iy *ihe inantifk
timer in this city, Blf.. S. S.POIVLER,'and can he seen
In operation ttt, the efldt - ,11 , ..14fr0rth, cur:
ner of Seventh and Grant streets.
RIGHTS: •FOR;. SALE.
•
The inventor and patatee isili diapose ofeonnty, - State
and Territory Rights tor the safeend use of the ALICI, tw,
on very no odarate terina. 'Pomona desirotia of inieetin,ti.
cannot find a better opriortittiity than the fee'.4" . cut_
- Call arid examine thd Machine. .oct.2sidave •
'''','. , ' . :,L — ..!..:.... - 1 : i:::; . .5 , 12_;:r,..:_ - ,
Nnzot'EsAi.t
SHOE WAREWM,SE,
No. 138 .. W00d- . W ood -
. • •
• 4: i•
T . T .A.VE JUST RECEIVED
-a—a.,TENSIVKand Well seleoted tpcl, WINTER
BOOTS 'AND SHOES !
Of the Latent and mast Fashionable Styles, adapted to
They are now prepared to oder, at a small advance
Over Ozer, the largest anJ Ma'seeorripiete hasnriment of
CUSTOM-MADE BOOTS 1141:3110138,
Ever brought to this city.Wo ,
i nvite our friends and
Merchanti ex'amine'our g ood s .
sar- Pa.rtlettiiir attention will be given to selectiiig and
PU'rIING UP ORDERS.- - ,
anivas &
selearndswastiaap,
ATES & JOIENSON'S`-' ROOFING.
WM JORNSTOIV
WOIa , , D d G th IVENOTIC that helms p late . pa tner, ,Ur.-
BATTS, in the ROOFLNG e It7li ' i r ll4 l l,3,
manufacture and dealer infine Sollowing three distinct
kinds of Roofing,-
let. Gum Elastic, Cement, Felt and Can
vas Roofing. •
2d. Improved Felt, Cement and Gravel
Rooting.
3d. Patent English Asphaltic Felt ),looks
- Mate -An war
fo ranted FIRE AND printed i W
tructiATEß PROOF. , 'Roogng
rial r asle, wit nsons far usin al-
ilea St BATEI3 et JORNSONS' OLD STAND, 75 Sm g-
ith
field street. ". i " : J
. . ..
' . ; WILLIAM JOELNSON. '
, . .
.
N. B.—This "Guth Cement la unequalled as a Paint for
Metal Roofs, lasting twice as long, al least, as paint, and
' eelo4aw
cheaper.
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streEitioß• COI'PER MILL
. . .
' &MELTING ' WOR . ES
PARK lIVCIIILDt.- dii. CO
MANUFACTURERS OP SHEATHING,
Brat:fere/Lad BeleCoPper, Pressed Copper 130 t..
terns, Babied Still:Beiderna-KpelterSbider;&e., ale° Lin-
Eerier& and dealer,/ ,in - Metals, Tin. Bate, Sheet, Iron,
Wire, le . •Constantl7 on hand, Tinett's Titeelineirand
Hle: Warelionse,lro..l39‘Firid,and lAlSeeenthareete,
tnirgb,Pa. ' Speeial order, of Popper cut to'arty de •
ired esteem: . .-,i, .. :- ' - .., ,Iny2klydriu
. , • ~,.-getiefal afa.
".'
*ll/DSl7'r:
6 0ikit
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F' 0 It:
333 Wood street: