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Er S " ew L H . iii ,, l: c i.'s PREP 411 E ii ( VI. l' hi- l l ,fill in
pail') poet. Diligent preparations are mading by indi- THE LATEST NEWS W anderer,David Martin, put tit - teen men tin board the •
sine in talking on board provi,ions and water.
then lying below Savanna to as- • AstellaneollE.
Boilers and Appendages for the United
yiduals and companies in this vicinity for Spaulding's Prepared Giue, sold by Geo. II BY TELEGRAPH_
boring, and persons are flocking in from all Keyser, 14 1 ) Wood street.
, together with Edward Talbot, the pilot, and
Scam afterwards Patten came on board himself,
States Steamer Illehigan,'at Erie, Pa.
parts, anxious to obtain sites. The prospects Spaulding's Prepared Glue, sold by Geo If LATER FROM CALEFORNIA.
: drawing c (i i is ae tT 31,nel..III.Irefi‘eilviiiillk„
rww :l uei e igd i h u ; i ba nn on e dt - ,
0 11 1
for oil, in every locality where boring has been ! Keyser, 140 Wood street.
NA V Y DEPARTMENT,
commenced, continues good. On Oil Creek It i -
Bureau el Conatruction, Equipment and Repalre,}
_pea' year strictly in ad- - ' Spaulding's Prepared Glue. sold by Cleo. H.
,Sivle subscrmnons Taro Doi- is reduced almost to a certainty that oil can be j
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER BALTIC.
: any une who refused to work, or attempted to December 16 Ls6e.
SEALED PROPOSITIONS will be received
, Keyser, 140 Wood street.
, 04 3 : in Clubs of the, One Dollar. obtained 0/1 every farm that has bottom land,
ii,terru t bin MOVetnetits He alto threatened by title fittreeu until the 18th day ciflantiary next for
_......._...., • The operators° at the rnotttb of the Two Mile ' Spaulding Prepared Glue. ii. 01.1 Ly Geo H
.t)CAL AFPAIRS Run, on Mr. Hiland's farm, have found a con-' Keyser, 140 Wood street.
THE SLAVE YACHT WANDERER. • P • '- : . - -------- twoto haler boilers and the following appendages forth°
the shipping agent and pilot with death if they United States ' , learner ichigan, Ur be delivered on
,___l__ siderable quantity They design commencing Spauiding's Prepared Glue, nod by G. H ------- attempted to leave the vessel. Some of the
crew who knew of his plans, loaded two pieces tsui d t the vessel in the harbor of Erie, Patin., on or tie.
a Sind ilyrlval of Paasomagor to pump as soon as the necessary arrangements Keyser, I4u Wood street.
fore he lath dav of June next; Six op green sand iron
. 404 54eNztna.
of cannon with grape, and armed themselves, to
, can i...) made.
iii-'i'dign,r w'aiul'ls7lift,toer'lleli:l'oena°stimeokfue-rwleptpees, i f:ar t :rat .
pi e ee sz eis d
Wayne and Chides* Sdaroad. Spaulding's Prepared Giu.., sold by l'ea). 11
4 'Ns are informed that a company in this
1 enforce Patter's orders against those who had fifty-one (511 incite,. diameter, of aios.lo, It and 14 sheet
Keyser, 140 Wood - street.
. . and Grant streets, Pittsburgh.)
Iron, one piece five feet long, with cape and cleats for
county have obtained a favorable site near the
( Nlf i N NI F.: E'ri NC AT W.ASHING'ff oti. been induced, by false
pretences. to come on
4 auldin 's P e
. p g r pared (flue, sold by Geo II
i s r ecuriog it to the steam cirums; the tither piece twen
, . ' ~...., 150 A. M. 3,1,0 p . bi . Sunbury and Erie Railroad, in Erie county.
board. one half of the crew were carried off sei en feet long, the bands'and eye-belts of old pipe to
Keyser 140 ' tied
, W stleet. _ _____
-,.... late P. M. 110 A. At. It is thought to be a "ten strike" for the par- •
against their will. be fitted and attuned on the new; two cast-iron safety
:Ass, Allegheny, fur New ties concerned. Spaulding's Prepared Glue, sold by Geo H. InWresting Correspondence.
! The crew of the Wanderer, ten in number, valves and seats fitted therein, with wrought iron levers
• ay Ratios.)
and east iron weights; ova gun metal double branch
gr. S. L. Ulmer has commenced sinking a Keyser, 140 Wood street
. tiave been committed to jail. The vessel ru i steam pipe t.. connect main steam pipe of engines vrith
v.• 9:40 A. al. 8:15 A. M. well a abort distance below Drake's. His pros- • ' TiAIRTT-SIXTH CONGRESS. . mums in charge of the authorities. steam .frurne ~r boilara,arna casting will weigh aboutb6o
1,... ILO P. M. :tie P. DL peets are gilxxl. WE direct the attention of oar readers tithe
p... 7,, sub tale large and two small tianches, the for
silt. of country residences ~ weaned tu our lapel lor ______
met - to Is. freed and fitted to stem drums of boilers, all
The company in this place have obtained an
COMMERCIAL. Ihr tisnciir. to have the bolt-hnlem accurately drilled;
and Grant streets.)
some weeks, to take place ou the preinises...coteh liot- FIRST SESSION. 1
4 Leaves. Armes. excellent engine, with which they design thor- Loin, Peehles too ti,lii . i 1
p t it+ al ernuon, a, t A ~ roon.
one How oft - pun . , off pound, camper, to connect , oils
satety valve chests to the pile, leading into wheel-house,
.. 4.40 P. M. 1.4 u P. M. ought} testing the question of the exe.tence o r .d i , ,,,.",,,,p erty of Hon • .coree 'terse- and lyeatiag'a
6:60 A. M. 1:35 A. M. • • •
ii.,o,i re. mast boaii.,tt, ~I,- 1 - 0,- , saintry Ow...Pingo WAs U I Lotus.
site f..r gun metal flanches, facied, bored, and bolt
oil within the limits of our borough.
rie:,... dr Uteri . , rie hundresi and fifty 5r..,i inch and one
• a-50 A. M. 1.4 A. M.
"tiered at piddle soh. in Ito- rteis t ,t-irtt...-1 :.., ~,,vi•tx. Boni - mitt of :south Carolina gav e notice that iftlee (ad elere•otsre , u , the 1)n d%, .310,,,,
. 3:05 P. M. 11:00 A. M. The prollta Of Dr ake's
well amount. to Wier gears i Monts,- ail, ierote Kt . ti, -tier( near the 1... . " .
lio trilled and tiny 1,, inch :run
after the:peech of ,
Mr Smith of Virginia, who '
Pismo. ; In lathe and reboring the photon of starboard
- 11 : 2 a) A. M • fcso A. M twenty thousand dollars per month.- 1 erro ree . ; . tiange hank .lanai the dsv. net oi , e i e ;sot, r,livr , v x st
l'irrascaqs, i t e. • eint.ter 21, 1n.5441
4..e5 P M 1:10 P ilf. i;
ii ars wet/Lied e.' the floor, he would endeavor t,.
...yonder. Mllll , Ol/14; and fitting thereto a new wrought
. fe2o P M. 6:10 P. M ' Pertator.
obtain an of portuniiy to move that the House ' Plotter ,
bate: :rum -tote .4 . 1,14., at 1 , 5 .21, 1,1 I rt,ri po,tort•rod. twenty new piston follower boltsand
~,,p..rha,t..i,...0,:,,,,,1,,, , x tn. n i lcf , .lCrap6,,,C r.,, Cairo nuts of tie +aim. dimensionserts those new In use. lie
~ 1 l' I.: Th proceed to ballot for Speaker faithfully through
horrng in place (true with shett journals) die crank-pin
,rout streets )
.out the dais Failing in that, he w•iiild make
i,..irs of eentre •ta i n cranks end fitting two new wrought
' 'NV Aid Alb P M
eagernetit , '
an effort to offer a resolution that frveri -and Crain sale. :Aviv lot Se, 1k •iest Si sl..a. Ir. to trott crane-pee is the eanielione set of =tin cruse-head
'IAA P. 81. 8,4 Z A. AI
#.111% r . VOI; Ilk
•, 1 , I , ' 27% host, . vats trol l , oto t .. ,d 0,:,. ~,,,i i t iai i n ,i, Idiors e s, etre set or mr-pump link brneles; one set ot atr
ial(' - the alter to-day no, vote for Speaker shall be taken ', - . pomp link eonnection brasses; one set of an-pump
,i a e haie • below the , hour of 12 a , .in Wedrwsday, tin- Motu u * ''
.•••...., head kistring s . I brass.) The snow! of the above
get hog. ni.
!Rh of January, and when the House adjourns Feed side.: voh. NI eloot o „ - iv; fl to te Is. rt,,, t,,,,,, 1,, he ..omponeti of 14 parts of bent banca tin and
i I, gl ven o
Buckwhe•t Flour 1-1 31..4 k I L ,i , it. ft , nti .0.10. , t; parts of refin,d copper. bored and planed to fit acne
t., day. it he till 15 - i-dnesdav next
rally their respective rods and pins. The gem-metal
ot $2.10 le lue it-
M r Foulke, of 1 Ilinois- --Mr Smith, of \ jr.
pipe. nod Miner., te, be mode of 12 party of copper and
is ; tail ginia, giving way. replied to the remarks of. Sugar •sele• 5 :del- ••• .tets, e 0 , to ht.,. .1.. one o f nn 'llia bouers to be made of the best quality
.•I' • Mutate! r•itinin tteller plate, tube kittens to be one
, the f , ,
M r Farnsworth, who had ormintented on the '''
i,,,1 /.:. it 1, water Inattonts and Rah ate three-eighths
1,1 oln•ae s NO, 1, 1.1• - a' , ~t • - '
~ i, ..,.• kiriur.i. Of Senator Douglas, his collengue lie • te. • .0 , Fem. sheili rive -sixteenths :5-16) ref an inch in thick•
' Coffee S le- 2u -led, ite. ai 1-2,..03.11.• i.• ss. I hr. erriwne and sidee ul shella to be stiffened
• Farnsworth, bad declared. in Substance, that u
' i tr• 1• l'i 1 I h by T tron from which tile braces are to lead, which are
‘"'• " he ve .iild rather see any other man than : . 'e.r.ii "'" ILP ...54.... • 4 '• - • : ''' .44.....p-,5 ' 4, '''• -4 ' 4 ' .•4 to re aceuretely a:Ousted. oo that when subjected to the
at e . so bi, , h \. -I Am s i . !ro mp2.• • ..
ter [hoagies alerted to the Prrsidrnev. The P°"4 " . ''
' - •• • ..,121 pees-iite the tension upon oil will be alike. The
tubeu ~busts te, he drilled and reamed accurately to a
Bet eileumr, hatred of Mr. Dougiss was deep " 4 ' u 'l u ''' l-I,
ginrce, and .0 setting the tithes they are tube expanded
-eat..il, and we'l it :night be. for 1,, , has girt; APPlea '''''''' ' 4
" :1 " :.'1"-::'''''''''''''' on both 'ode , o f t he tub. sheets
litt•in [nen \ heti'r v blO9, Senator [fough t , 4 htm -"•"'" ' h "• 4 * - * " R '''' l ''' 4- it ' lhe Loll. 5,0 be each nine fort two inches wide in
.o-s 12 t,..1- front ••,t) -.....1,•. it Fittt,A2 - 2 1,. ton !root by - one ire, -ix ,nelies hi c h and fine feet eight
stains on the l'im•innati platform end dwir.... , na y -
in. he. 11. : .- 1101,. fintearied won the neeeseau an and
• :Meg . else [bar, its um.....mditioi,al a ,j option • II Itte• -ne- .1:, , seen at !,'... - i. C. IA 1 ,.,. 1.1,t.
1,..1:.1 :,•.,. j , :“.••.- tor 0ar..., flue and damper doors, lug
I ,• .1 re - atiirmat,,,t, at C.:bath...A.m. He Wouhl " ' l ' d Pt " l4 '''''''' I 4 I ••• ° •i '''l'i•" - • i' 81.5- for front zni!i• hearers and for secunng boilers to the
011 so:. •1, t. 1 ,!. Lard :, I‘t tali.. ji ga. str,/, to ls. tested to the fa c tory when completed at a
• 1050.• ; the Mord nee. of that ronventi.in in good
rivdro.fait , 1 , r ,.. .,111, of ferty tee, pounds per square
~, II th,. 1,,,,, t.t.,4 Jill
n,,,5. They Salt sale. 44 lA A , . II! A. A lii.:Vt , 1.1 , 1
.ro - t,. al .1 ;then err heard in their place and the centime
hri." huried the difference:, of the past, and Butter sale. :i 2.. fhs Ric io 1 ..-e-11...... riot,- mats, to tested by a steam pressure of thirty
• t- 1 r ;•.at evert one wno a tede,, by ti-„. Egg. -,--- 4:1 : 0 al. l ii, ' I` li ! ki t.olinds per ...mare inch.
: be ' roe. tele- to ter_furmehed by the Department
Lime sale • luia.,. Lou,...i,he *vi 11.2-, r ills.
1/.•rti . 'nit, ~r izer.::tatuin i+ it Democrat
icrim r. ...1 irp hv the contractor, the lieYartment 1...-
Al r Farnsworth. of II:: rt 41 s. — Will iiefintor
ing rerpons•hle for all tutwei emidemned from their de
IN hl. k y aa;6.- '.Nt hl.l. It , tiro,' st 2.1..t.2 - . is ~rd feet. end the contractor for all condemned from Lod
/hot t! las • Uppl , ll. lb,. ti ern 1n ee of the I 'ha r 1 eitta in
C •r, vent•or, on a l•lntforni on whirl he 111,1
'l'!,.• pill of boiler' 10 by per piond fiutehed less the
I. t 'land Donnell ' Will he •ustain a platform
r•• , .0.i , •1' the lures ine iron will only be used for fun
hole, and man-hole
n 'litchi ti.ies not re ,, ,lgniLe iii. , I), , ueln, . ,I,c
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" .-. that LI, I • .d, ie I o tIo• lore tones rills;lit I the lurk et., refit t..-.1a,, fir ;,..11.• NI q,l .r 14 . 1,04 1 . • rl/ . , 11, , to•ie work t., rs• done in the twat toannerand to
_ . .1./.11.• on slavery . e el .....al 1,1 ..,/,l. I tl.• demand for moires Is le,. pre- Is. •son!, Ito the In.peCtloll and approval of such per.
tut. it - marl. , ti do Calico. • ',' F ., ,1 ,N1,,L, ..., , ,n son. , the I„ er' part men t luny appoint who will have the
NI: . Foulke , u. t.1:1 t• .. u... N. , rth •fuel the ,; 1 ..
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ri e., .i. mend. And rate- !tar ,- K0r,..t,,1. all• A te r, e i 1 t.• 7. leer Any part of the work or material in any
out tt that Srrititor I roivi•l a. wil! -upport the • i 11.1.-- Ibe 1, ,,, ,i , t,.. I, 1t......., 2.4 !,. , urn, add up •1,4_. ,! 1.,•.g, - ,...
.. ~,,r.,• ..1 the Cherie-tot: 1 pp
••, •art ht...., 0 1,01, ten le I'i fel ,- . 1 , ,.. merke; prose: . 1 ovine, ef the - it...ller. Ail, be furnished to Lateen) en•
s.e 'valv 1 ...r2te ,oe. - :.,,iht i.•..., 'l, .11, 1 4- • n - i',.l A 1 lr ,41.,.. In.elnoin•nmiing a , n1 , 1,-I,mslll. who intend build-
M r Fart...worth- or, ails' Idn'terio
le"vot. '.• - - n. I...eetiou ode- co.. •....-1 , in.r.sa,,e, Si. at Ing ti n ani,htan,.. :•, the Burette of ConstrUCtlon.
Si' F, IP. ke - 11.• w:ttoLl CI Nnli:--ti 1 p. d 1 Ir . . , - 1,..... t,..,,:0 ~,,,,, ,Z..21.4( lOU i., 1 . k. , r' , ....,...,1,1 NAVY 14...11 Paymetir will he Made on the holler, for on-thlrd
~g , ,,r , .; lt,• 141 61, w , , . i l ,l 1,r,„.,.,,d, 41 in 5 1 1 „ 0 . ~ .., , ,,, , I al $..., . )40...i5. 'Li th .o i• • 1,4: to: Zoo :i• C*.t., ft- their estinr +Led arneont tetra this are half completed.
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e uj i ! :.... W a sted
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•u to •1. ll , ' Li inii '• • •il the (...ltar!....t.e: • : , ,...1. or' , •f...•re-1 1.... 1411 . 21 , 1.1 , i 1..., an I se. -no pla-..; ,I, 'saird the ',an], and the reinarrung sum that
1 . tf, . 11, It, rL, ut0.w.... filen rd..ar n i into o n t , ..0• r•ratels ii , ... !sit tir.).•l 4 .11, .: .;.. ..1 L. '. .1,/ in t,ins ~. in. I, is- 1101) when they are eonnected to the
. 1 ,1 ~ o 5, , ,_,, I 'owl, ell/(111r, , +mil rested . 10 .1.1 , 1m ,. :411 - 111. Ls Stearn pressure.
'! N 'l ' ' ''' 1 ' 'UIL .."1 1 44." ' ' ;:t"."'ill!,;!:..,11:111 ! ' 1 ' 1 :, 71 I t ',. /il ." :P I I .r • 1 1 , /' ",'-' ,l-. i,• , L. , ;1 MIICSI we.. fil•• 1 , 1110011, ..f the werk Will Ise paid for when it ,
.1 ..il r NV :1; la* •r' ha• the •el let.l: tn. •. i .ti tli.• fete. hot i... meats ...r;: • tfi• I ;; . At or, -,i,d 1,, fur Fero pr e p,, it eo • ..te.: att.! del., ered on hoard uf the vessel
!lei ulah•e pert,* ,I. n1ii....., find t• 1 ite, "Nat. . d o y de:, err, pr err!. tree], e• and i•• 11 Ll/1 . .}..,.. r.ael, .alisnwtory to the slip, intending engineer officer.
ed. of the eels ,a; , • hen: 1 •,i ass .W.•ssr it......de5. AL 7 . ., Bidder. 0111 1 , 01111,11 a, 11, slating th e prices and the
etprosi.sl sy niphtny wall .I , bn Brown. show
.. ' n.. '. t. 1... •I ' .l ' v.r.'d January Si,. lora., There is a coed orne Willi,. w 1. ,, 1, Elie, propose to
'ng "net, were thi. feeithg ~i - the party cit l d..tnatel kti lard at loe. 70 tierces sok/ at ase. bover. the 1.1 ,1 i, olld the I, lii , 11111. , 1 not eneeed the 10th day
packaetec sad 100 here,' ertuive les' at lut, of .lons next
iv diffeelt 1.., buy nein, at I'' ai. r•oiders generally Th e prop. , eilien• 11111,11 w eudoreesi "Propositions for
ink 10,1 Nothing sea doe , In Bu iireen )lintsitel,er • ..1. , 1 Appendages, - that they may he' distinguish
-old at .c for rude, and 7% and 7 4.;, fd hams Whisk, .-.1 ft , .ti ut her business Itteris.
ofn geod fenownl. the rnerk et 1.. firm n 1 ftill rotes...4W- lle. oth.r. as rosiorred I,y law, must be accompanied
110,, I , r•ls at '....n.402.13'5c. Mr loft, rage roe a won An tc. i, a ~:•.-a eueraniee et the following form
gar dull and prrees in,....1,, there were srmol vales at taw i 1., rp,m :IF tiFFER
;4 ••• 41 ••te5...• very dull sad ortered (reels, at lae.,iith I. -- ~ 1 .el the 'state uf ,
1 1.11 notlntg 110 er- o , any extent. 45ree45 1 ,,, , e re the rates ii. ie . Acre.. tu furnish and deliver on board the U S.
utiere.,l ..ever a l lot... Are prien.ing ou the mark,. a hi , .. st.lillo, )I ,.• titgan. ii, the prrt ~r Ene. Penn., and put
make li. 1,. hold rdit Goff.... unetnanged and 'de:My HI II ,• r:' H.,... ~. :a., 1111,1113 r bode,. in conformity with
latel.i. for tair te i rime r Hi-Linse e d novimeed 1,• ii., ..1..• •i -mem of the Bureau of Conatruemon, et..,
sates rd Si 1,,, , , Wheat i-dtiti it di- firm with a gu , sl de uf tire Hui el 1 q.1 . ..,,,1x-r. I . ,:tt - l. to the rote of —cents
mand st t e st o,rt atr e t , a a r o,. ~ 7,50 ',o a r, cued a trite at per !..,11.1 and t,, fern:Sl: and deliver on board the yes
sl.s:, I urn in weal demand, priers arm at 50.. , lie. .. property Niko, the tollowing articles at the p
ountarce dolt, etrier lido 1014 in utilk at bey.. Nye ton, arts ppos t t e their re , pective naMes- viz: Two pieces or
oill, ...,,,, rec....4.4....1 aeuve demand at el. liartey smoke pipe with old bande and eye-bolte fitted thereto,
, hlll nod aiehatiked. sales dee 1,1.1, g.... 1 foll at fa, at, t nee , fti...V. on Vt . ., per pound. exclusive of old
material- Two emet-,inn safety-valve chests (bored for'
iidve oems: art/, cast iton bonnets and valves fitted
n.i.:, te. st -- cent- per pound. Two 7-inch gun
',eve, colic, n 1. 1 ,1 seats fitted complete, at —cents pew
retold II roughtet en helms and studs. valves, stern
ati , ipi1e.. , ,,,pr,,...ut —cents per pound. One , cE . l , lm s oet
-01 -.10ut..- la wed, , ',WO pip., fitted to steam r
1 , . , , ~, r 1 , , two Ha u g hes, the other Ranch fitted and faced
te moot swain pipe and do lied with eintable bolt holes,
li ---. •seity ne p,
r , ritei , 'up per blow-ad pipe with cern_
n, ~.tit. !Isr•hes (bored and faced.) complete, al
eent.. per is,l•l r 1 Tle lequired quantity of 7 •,', and ...j
nett .ron oditt sere,. hy Its„,at cents per pound.
Pia. ing in lathe and accurately boring the piston of
Vidmianin i t. turning, and fitting aceurately to the above
. te• wrought-iron fasten-rod, with keyholes and keys
..omplote. rind tinning it in place on board, at---
dollars and items. Twenty new (wrought iron)piston fully.ii,r itolte and nuts complete, at cents
pei pound Furnishing the necessary tools and re
hormg in Its place (true with shaft journals) the crank
p,,,-I,ole, ~f centre shaft cranks,— dollars and—
eielts Furnishing, turning, and fitting in their places,
101 l It t he necessary keyholes and kayo. two new wrought
imn erank.pins in centre shaft cranks, complete, at
tam L... per pound. Furnishing, boring, plaining.
und rittiug in their places the necessary braces required
atout the 'mettle, at centsper pound.
Three hundred and sixty single grate tars, riveted
together in pairs, at cents per pound. Dry sand
tram eastmg. as May be required, at centsper
pound. Wrutightervm work for securing boiler to the
vessel. at cents per pound. We will agree to fury
UISII. If required, Marino engine fitters and boiler ma
kers to Work on board tattle vessel, with the necessary
1, , ,,,1A, and ineluding foreman, at—dollars and—
eents per day of ten working hours. Blacksmith and
helper, with forge, tools. and fuel at factory, on board
of the seal.,. or at the wharf, at dollars and
.•ents per diem of ten working hours. Pattern-makers,
with tools, et dollars and cents per client:
white pine liunlor. at coma per superficial foot.
, i,euld my otter toiaocepted I request robe addressed
. an.l the contract sent to me at —, or
tor signature and certificate.
rARCEEI P. BARE,
R AND PROP NIETOR.
.4 t j . „. •
“Ylt.Ey "F THE
0 jun., on Satur
• • Traver of a
;t r iirittkins Du d'uv, fnr
Lu ren t expenses of the
F, , rt Wayne and Chicago Rail
`'r which be isSequestrator, x 8 ale iirs
terement was one of public Interest, and
could not be carried out without such a pro.
vision. The Sequestrator was ordered to
apply out of the revenue of the road such .
amount as may be reasonably sufficient for the
payment of employees, the making of necessa
ry repairs, and other necessary expenses, which
have been and may be incurred by him in
opera ng and maintainin g the road, its ap
portellances and equipments. Messrs. Hamil
ton and Loomis made the application for the
petitioner. Mr. Burgwin, representing credi
tors of the road, asked if this petition was in
tended to cover the back wages of the employ.
ees, as , if so, he was instructed to oppose the
stoplination. Mr. Hamilton said it was not, as
then was another application pending to ena
ble the Sequestrator to pay the employees of
the road for services rendered in November,
and up to December 9th, which would come up
We have since learned, notwithstanding
there was no decision of the Court roof, nririg
the Sequestrator to pay the wages due em
ployees for the mdn LI) of November, the entn•
pany made such arrangements as enabled them
to pay the employees nt the Allegheny shops
on Saturday, and that they will continue to
By the remainder until all are paid up fur last
THE ALLEGHENY MAYORA ITY —The itei
publicans of Allegheny City met on Saturday
and nominated Candidates for Mayor, Council
and Ward officers. The eenttants for the
Mayor* lty n9mination were John Morrison,
the present incumbent, Robert Enis and A. C.
Alexander. The balloting resulted in the se
lection of the former gentleman. The vote
in three wards was as below. That of the First
Ward was not counted out on Saturday night,
but Mr. Morrison will have a large majority
M“rn../11. F:1112 A I e.taude
Second ,Ward... ... . . . 150
Third ••1&i2 57 .1u
./ . "91;r1STI4 WARLI D Ego(' KATI Noll I tiA
TroNs.—The Democracy of the Fourth ward
wet on Saturday evening and placed in norm
nation the following ticket:
Select Councd Wm. J Anderson .
Common Council —l, C. Hepburn, James
School Director..—Columbus West, Jams
Bow - n.
Judge of ElectzonB—Chas!* 11. Super
Inspector of Elections—John
FrRTH WARD ALD FIRM AXIC .NoIfIIZATIoNS
—The Democratic primary meeting's in the
Fifth Ward, on Saturday, resulted in the nom
ination of James B. McDermott and James 14
Taylor for Aldermen, and Dr. Jacob A itl for
WARD REPUBLD, AN NOM/NATIOSti
—The Republicans of the Eighth Ward met on
Saturday, and nominated the following ticket
Common Council—Samuel Morrow.
Select Cbunctl—Robert Cowan, Jac h Miller,
John C. Binley.
School Directors—J L Ha m ltor,, .1 oh n
glms, Thos. Neely.
filisiossor—C. H. King.
Constable—Job n Philip=
Judge of Elect wns— r Edward 11 I.),E.heridg i r.
Inspector of Etects--Francis Frederick
ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL oN FIRE. Io Sat
turday afternoon at half past five o'clock the
olarm of fire was given and it was discovered
iliat the flooring of St. Paul's Cathedral, just
inside the entrance to the main body uf the
Obtfreb, was on fire. It was extinguished,with
a few buckets of water,and a thorough exami
nation showed that fireliad been communicated
from one of the furnaces, through a wooden
cold air flue, to the floor. The hour at which
it occurred prevented a serious conflagration
which would have destroyed the immense pile.
The damage was slight, consisting in the loss
of the fine, and the tearing dTwn of one or twu
pews, which was done in order to reach the tire.
The circumstanceoccasioned much excitement,
but the prompt measures by which the fire was
checked soon allayed all fears for the safety of
NOT Assuan.—The rule upon J. K. Edger
ton, Receiver of the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne
and Chicago Railroad, to show cause why he
should not cease to obstruct T. Haskins Du
Puy, in the discharge of his duties as SeQues
trate?, was mot called up in the District Court,
owing tothe absence of Judge Hampton from
the bench, and John H. Hampton, Solicitor of
the Eastern Division of the Road. For the
same reasons the application of the Sequestra•
for for authority to pay the wages of the emu
pkgryees up-to December Atti, the date of the se
"lntutration, was not considered. The former
case wilt probably be disposed of this week;
the latter as will be seen by an item elsewhere,
bas been satisfactorily arranged.
Tat C. & P. R. R. SEQUESTRATION.—In
the matter of the application for a writ of se
questmtion and the appointment of a segues
trator for the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Rail
road, Hill Burgwin, Esq., stated on Saturday,
in the District Court, that he represented cred
itors of the road to the amount of $20,000, and
asked the privilege of interpleading for them
when the cue comes up. The Cambria Iron
Company hold a judgment for $12,000, and
another party holding a largo claim resides in
Massachusetts, and he desired time to commu
nicate with them on the subject. The privilege
was accorded him, and consequently the rule
may not be argued for two or three weeks .
Tits Daum Comr.—A newsboy stepped
into the-sitting room of a hotel, on Saturday,
and offered for sale "Helper's Impending Cri
sis." After disposing of a copy of it, he ap
prcianhed a man with very owing pro-slavery
sentiments, who no sooner heard the name of
the booknttered than he raised his cane and
diote - the boy out of the place. A witness of
thb affair remarked that the crisis had come
sooner than anticipated.
Birrita. Attorney ooUter,mkto
has beep neriquely,ill kr some time, is, we are
24pm:a to leet:rt,
.Fecowging,kie tlealth,ati4 will
dbe able to rostimil basin au. '
--- - -
(2E0 , 88 ELL:tr.s. —On Saturday Edward Davis THECt),,pee OPERA TI , t . l't: This ced•bra
made information before Alderman Lewis. ~, , . , , i , . ., . , : , , ,1 p t i ke t 1i 1 : %t ::i , 1, ,, ,i1.. ph." ) ~, 1...., ~, t .n, 1. ..,„L 4 ,,,!!,
Charging John Howley with surety of the peace io ire P.ii....bi ", ;;lTlie '' Ztr ' e r :',.l'.' . 1 .. . ,i 1 e ttz . e7 ,. .i , : t, i ,,: .! 0R r.., :.r . iii .
j i, , h , t ;
and Patrick Karol+ with assault and battery ....I n.• opera of `Th.. Bart,, of seiifia" rho ooliipnri,
From the statement of Davis it would appear t e t i , t . ll:r t z , i
j (::•;••• :il l. : 1 17 .1.1
i t /:, • •1 - 1111,, 1111.1 IA •• Lille. 1.,.. du • ItA
that all the parties rftid e near t h e C opper
mn..i. i 5;,,,,i,,“,, : . :,, , 1! ,, ,..:::.,;,,,:'.;:, i ' , 7‘ : . :(l ' .
Works at Two Mile litua, that his dug attack- n , • - iii*Y ii , i , i
(xi arid killed some of llowlev . ii hoes: that
THE ( )111•11 AS ., F . AIR. at City fla : will be
Howley and Karns visited his preiliises,the for•
nosy i..-.(1 O A 1,./ t 1,, r, ruing. /ssi•l We :i • •c• :lir f .1. 1 .1.
mer threatening him with a piswl, and the lat. nosy Httr , ..t.- It 1.1.,211., rI. ir.,.., “: : ~. ~, ::,
tar committing an misault upon his v, ife How. ~ ,. ..i ii.,,,, . i me seasoa. rf•iiivoil, . 11, i, -.:•
ley also made informal ion charging Davie with n f " ,,u ,",;, 1 " — ,'„,"i",'„, i ;;;„,„":„ - ; . ',:„;;:" i ; .„" ,' ".:". '
kipping a riciow dog. All the parties were ,AI. w .I:',r- .., .1:.I :. : ~• . :` ' i ''l -- ".
held to bail to answer the charge- preferred tie " I " l .'"ssu . 1 isns , ":l 3 -: 0 A.:l ',
vPi L L
l'io-ual• until tifin
14 at four P
FISE CH %NI•KIIER The itialios St P. -
ter'., Church. Grant street, ..,it of Owl;
~W li meatoi, gotten up a Side!itliti
lier, one of three similar in the isiuntry, and
very beautiful, representing a iiirona or trio!,
crown. which they have placed in tho ham,.
The interior ~rtl;e church is beautifully
rated with evergreens • the effect I which is
magnificent. surpassing any precious decora
tions This, too• ha been the work of the la
dies, and the congregation will thank them for
both these fine Christmas donations.
JURY DISCI! A —Tilt! jury in the case
of John 1. /lutpao k t Co vs lt.aly l'atter:or,
and Alexander KinE. , , action of trespass in the
ClL±e. came into the District Court Salurda
and asked to be di...barged, has ing failed t.
tiree The Court discharged thuni. and
the balanor of the parwl, with the thank s
the Court. which adjourned until Tuesdas,
when the ari4unteht list will be taken up
Fiat is NEV. CASTI E. —A few day, sitwe,
the kt.g. factorr of Edwin Bull, .n
the f•wt •troet. St-w
tally consumed by tire, with its rontootr. Tht ,
foundry and machine shop of Van lir.-ki!n
on the opposite side , pf the 4tr,et, wa,
in imminent danger 11r at,tit
four thousand dollars. Nu in,urance
A N.,THER I i 1 , 1.: --A man named Thottol.:
11 allure, r..si , ling it Pine tuwn,hii, coultilit•
ted Rtrioide, une day lust week, by hanging
hlru,eir t— a tree in the WihA, had I,er,
derunged for sorni• time, which acc , unts for tlo•
porpotrution of the mush act. li, cleceaakal wa
reBpectabir man, in w , •1!-to•do
and e,Loemed by all who knew him
Ascot ED.—The matter of the objection of
W. li. Brown to the assessment, of damages by
the viewers on the Pittsburgh and Connell.,
ville Railroad was argued on Saturday, in the
Court of Common Pleas, by Robert Woods for
the petitioner, and Messrs. Sewell and Swartz
weilder for theriailrosul Company The (',.art
took the papers and will give an earn
A WINDFALL—Mike Keenan, knowi, Lc
every body, as the proprietor of a ppular
loon on ,Sruithtieid street, has just re,eived in
telligence of the death of a relative in Ireland,
leaving him a fortune of .?1'2,000. lie will g,
after his newly aolui s red riches during the
no , nth of January .
Aporrsh —Tim foundling left at the May
, is office last week has been taken into tn.•
family of a gentleman residing in the Sec,.nd
ward, who lately 10-t a son. The waif 1., a
likely, healthy boy, and will be rear.,! as t.ln•
son of his adopted parents. lie is in good
hands, and will be w.;, cared for.
FIioZEN TO DEATH --The Franklin ‘Tr, - tat..
states tbut J. Spunk. a young roan some twenty
}earl. of age, was frozen to death on Saturday
night, 10th inst., near Stewart & Co s New.
town saw mille t . Re had been at a shooting
match, and it Issupposed was intoxicated.
PR ESENTATION.-Oh 'Friday. Mrs. R N
A very, wife of the Principal of the First Ward
School, and it teacher therein, was preentod
with a splendid silver cake basket, a token
of regard and esteem, by the puiiik in room
THE DECEMBER TERM of the Court of Corn
mon Pleas will commence to-day. The jail
calendar for the term is light, and the two
murder cases from last term are the most im
portant on the list. A jury will not be called
AN "OIL Seittivi.i” has been discovered !war
New Lisbon, at the mouth of Delmer's Hollow,
on the lands of Mrs. Doctor Putter, which is
said to yield from bye to eight gallons per
day . Buckeye State.
Tee committee of . the Typographical Union
who have in charge the arrangements for the
Franklin Anniversary Festival, are requested
to meet at Frieker's, on Fifth street, at eleven
o'clock this morning.
FuELFEITED.--Some dozen or wore recogni
zances were forfeited on Saturday in the Court
of Common Pleas. They will all be escheated
in a few days.
A meeting of Councils has been called fur
this evening, but we have our doubts as to a
quorum being present in either branch.
KEYISEH . :, PECTORAL —Our readers have
doubtless observed a weekly notice of this
medicine in our local columns during the past
six months. For these notices we were paid,
and now we propose to give the medicine one
notice gratis. We have used several bottles of
Keyser's Pectoral in our family, and we hesi
tate not a moment to say that it is the best
remedy fur a cough or cold that we ever used.
Its effects are speedy and certain, and such that
no one can find fault with, if it operates in all
cases as it did in those which came under our
observation. It is not hard to take.—is palat
able rather than otherwise—and creates no un•
pleasant sensations after partaking of it. We
recommend it to all who may have occasion to
use any medicine for any of the complaints
which it assumes to remedy, feeling assured
that it will give as speedy relief as anything in
the patent medicine line now before the public.
Prepared by Dr. G. H. Keyser, a practical
physician. 140 Wood street, Pittsburgh, and
for sale by G. S. Christy, Druggist, at..lrratzer's
old stand, and by C. T. Frazer, in Johnstown.
- stolen Tribune.
Prepared and sold by Dr. Geo. H Keyser,
140 Wood street, P.ttsburgb, Pa.
PERFUMERY AND FANCY Gouln4.—ln ma
king their Christmas purchases, we recommend our
readers to call on our friend Joseph Abel, corner of
Grant end Fifth streets. He has a full assortment of
colugnea, extracts, pomades, hair oil, fancy soaps, hair,
tooth and nail brunhes, and perfumery and Caney goods
generally. He will sell low, and everything bought of
him mil, we are sure, give satisfaction to the purchaser
CHRISTMAS AT THE TJZIZATRIt. —This will be
a gre4 day at the old tqfsburgh Theatre. Mr. Howe
has prilpared two good entertainments. The first, at
two o'clock, commences with the comedy of • Paul
Pry," with fire works, followed by " Blundering Bob,*
and the "Statue Lover." In the evening, at seven o'clock,
will be performed the "Last Days of Pompeii," the "First
e Nig ss crowdedht
dm "ffiustafternoon and evening.ins4.,civer:;. The house will doubt.
THE Agt,A, Morton's Hall, will
be opea &if* and evening, and we presume many will
moef thenuelves of take holiday to visit it:
PITTSBURGH. MONDAY. MORNING, DECEMBER .46, 1859.
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GEORGE IX . SMITH,
BRIC4I4:It, M iLTSTEM, .&It► 1101' 11E4 L F.lt
Pitt Street, Plu.borgh
AR 11. V.
LEK , . Inv r,k,111,11- I •
lug a very FINE FLA% 111 ri Jr}.. A LE j• , :t up it.
small packages expre,vl3 for r.% nii!y
ILIA IA not noly a .I,Lgt,t!til —verge. but Ix
wiIERLING HoTTLED ALE 4,
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tirdri L. lno wgthug ono .10-alers grn.•rally. ,mery µ !if*,
li(per r - r I: it A SMITH.
Manufacturer/. and Proprlet , ,N,
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SUALER & GLASS,
Agents Pennsylvania Railroad,
6TEAMH , IAT AGENT, AND
FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.so. 6A (Ammermll SY.. and 34 Lew&
ST. LOUIS. MO.
personal stiontion given to iir , :tertingiind
adjusting Freights. se24tirn
S CA LE.S ! SCALE:, !: --FA Ili RA s Ks'
Y, IVAI., PLATFRItf. and
FF or aule at
FAIRIUNK'S .KALE WAREHOCSE,
nr.l9 N.. 61 Flthxtrbet.
FURS, FURS, FURS,
No. 96 Wood Street.
bANNELEIT. i,. 1 ,,,p,r,1 ter
Alter, Repair, and Inkr. to order. any deserip
Win of Igtdies' and Gent,' Furii, and is able as a practi
cal Furrier, hi do it Cheaper that, any house lofts
ray. Ladies whn intend t,, have their Furs enlarged,
will find it to their ad ea, t.lige d, r,tll 1,1, they on
find the Largest assortment Pridn which Li, so
laet. A large Elyburt.ll it ut ut mule - up Furs —Set,.
from frit tip to ViKi—at whole ale and retail, telvi
hand, u, 1011,•11 the public Is invited to examine
LAKE SUPERIOR COPPER MILL
PARK, III'CURDY A: CO.,
MA NU FAI_TU HERS I )F SHEA TITIN(i,
Braziers' and Bolt Copper. Pret-sed C.,pper hot
tome, Raised Still Bottoms, Speller Solder, tr.c., also im
porters and dealer, in Metals, Tin Plate, Sheet Iron,
Wire, kit. Constantly on hand, Tinmen's Machines and
Tool.. Warehouse, No. 149 First, and 120 Second streets,
PRtebergh. Pa. Special orders of Copper cut to soy)' de•
fired pattern. my29:l9tlaw
ADMIN ISTRATOII'S SAL E.—By order
of the Administrator of H. H. Ryan, deceased, will
be sold at the Wareroom, No. 67 Fifth sc., r.O W ELO; F. 6
DAY MORNING. December 28111, at 10 o'clock, all the
Furniture Cabinet Material remaining on hand, as fol.
lows .-2 dozen Child's Rocking Chairs . 2 dozen Child's
Table Chairs; half dozen Full HOSGOO Rockers; 4 dozen
Jamestown Ro,-kers, 13 .10,n Common Chairs, half
dozen Office Chairs. one Spnng-Seat Arm Rocker; one
Walnut Sofa; Walnut Hook Rack; one Centre Dusk. Oak
Wash Stand; 444 dozen Walnut. Mahogany and Rose
wood Knots; Table- Bureau and Washstand: Marble
Slabs; assorted \ eneers ; Chair Cane , Bed Pins : Tattle
Legs: Brush Handle-c Stonemason Mallets; Churn 1.1.t5.
Bannisters. Chair Stuff. 1 barrel Varnish . :Xs, .sails,
Furniture Polish, 1 Fairbank Platform Scale; 1 Beam
and Scale; 3 Stoves. with a large quantily of pipe ;1001,1
Watch Chain; I Lever Clock; 3 Corn Shelters: 2 Truck s.
I Four-Horse Wagon, suitable for coal or farm use. 'the
unexpired term of the lease 01 Wareroorn and Cellar,
having three month:, to run from the lot Joy of January,
18450 Sale peremptory Terms—Under one hundred
dollars, cash; over that amount, four months credlt,
approved endorsed paper
PaIURE LlQUOR.:•;.—Families can buy a
bottle or RhineßhinePort, Madeira. Tenenffe. Sherry or
aga Wine. Also, Cognac Brandy of different brands,
very old Monongahela Whisky, Champaigne in quart,
pint and and half pint bottles; reduction made by dozen
or half dozen. All the above for sale by the quart or
J. DAViS. Anclior,er.
- B.—These wishing adulterated liquors need nut
call. 1). FICREISEN,
apt 19-mu 101 Third street.
THE LOYALHANNA HOUSE
THIS LARGE AND WELL VENTIL
LATED HOUSE, pleasantly located within a few
yard of the Penn's. Railroad, is now open for thetre•-
ception of summer visitors. A tine ten-pin alley Mu.
recently been erected on the premises. and tine fishii,
attorded near by. AU Mame stop hers. CharKeemoderat.
yllivinmefsm CHAS. W. FISHER. Proprietor.
(SUCCESSOR TO L. WILCOX,)
Cor. 5=lOU: had and Irou.rth
)2temoanstantly an'hand, a -- choice &apartment of 81.
tn theDrng line of badness. •
-a fferPaatottlar anUon gtrern to Oompounelintras i
tIIITIII4/41 4. 4t .
I ..11..•1«. i inn
I,,avy rain:, hence a =car, ity has hero: I it
;11 trUdt's li:t.l101 01 , II 1 , kept Patty I v n
sopy.ly in the hand, thy l'aplUillitz
Trade ha, hero dull throuuhout th , fortnivht,
and an Pxtretnt.ly dPrr,-, ,,, d tone p , rvadvd the
General K Mk, had •uccecded in capturing
.xar 0;00 Fed river I radiaal, nomprisinz alms, -t
linti re tribe wh,• had Mad , , 0 Much traible
dr: the northern part of the Shay. They are to
be (dared on the Pidgeon re.servation.
The affair between Peru and F...uador still
remained uutiotthal. Castillia had granted the
latter an armistice for forty days, at the end of
which, he would enter Gu)aquil and commence
hatilities. The Ecundriaa have an army of
. 1,7 W men. Twc Peruvian frigate:, wore an
,•hi , red r.ff Peru.
The Governor of Guyaquil hart stopped the
Baltimore Gas Works. beetta,e the proprietors
refused to light the city at his own terms. The
mpanc had cunEequently abandoned the
wi.rks after laying out stiL,taal.
Adviees from Guati•mala state, Beverly Clark
our Minister to that country. had protested on
ergetieally against the terms of the treaty re
c.:fitly entered into between England arid Gua
temala, as being a palpable violation or the
Dimitry, our .Minister t. , C.”;ca Rica, Was,
St Ih.t )UlltS, in Panama, sick of the fryer
i'll/LADELPHIA, December :24
ing correspondence was received by the Pbtla
delphia Uni-n Meeting Committee:
Rte UIOND, VA , Dec 23,1.
Jl2,nes (}ibbons , Eag.:—Dear Sir By
of the General Assembly of Virginia, I
send a copy of their Resolutions to you express.
wg a cordial response to the patriotic citizens
of Philadelphia, on the presentation of a Hag
inscribed with their loyal devotion to the
Union a, framed, and the Constitution as con
-trued by the fathers of the Republic. With
heartfelt congratulation of these evidences ..f
',mity, I am, sir, with sincere, for you. per-
Your obi serv't.
[Signed HENRI A. Wtsx.
a large number of the patriotic
citizens of Philadelphia have presented to the
Commonwealth of Virginia a flag inscribed
with au expression of their loyal devotion to
the Union as framed, and the Constitution as
construed by the fathers of the Republic be it
Resolved, By the General Assembly of Vir
ginia, That we gratefully accept this beautiful
gift as a renewed evidence of the devoted pa
triotisin ~ f that heroic band of Northern con
:ervatives who have so long maintained an
equal conflict with the assailants of our rights
and the enemies of our peace, and wherever
fortune may invite or fate impel in the future,
Virginia will cherish with affectionate grati•
rude, the memory of those who so bravely en
counter the frowns of faction, and so nobly defy
the fury of fanaticism.
Resolved, That the Governor of this Com
monwealth be requested to communicaW a copy
of these resolutions to James S. Gibbons, Esq.,
Passed both houses of General Assembly,
December 1.:3d, 15(,9
BosTon, December 24.—The yacht Wan
derer has arrived at Boston, and is in charge of
the United States Marshal. On the 16th of
October, she left Baftrinah under the following
Lincoln Patten, under the assumed name of
rczoalndor th.• wa. taken ul
w.th a hve:, eranu..nal debate upon the
or: I with , u,•• organli-ittitm, ui
a hick a iarv;e num bar of the wellibera t0...k
part lucidentaNy, the Nivallty of the negr..
ra... whitea, their right 14, %VW arid
courta, mere di2.cuSrSoti Th , •
lie 1, paulph:et. John Brown and the Liar
affair w..re dia,kiaaed and re-di..
Mr I),..,tighia wise brou,, , ,ht
Into t').• debate by Mr. Farnalvrtrth, who re
:t•weti eourau in referenve t., the territorlal
ine•tion lie was ar.swered by Mr Foulke
Mr Morria, of r.;irioi.f, who ,aid 1,, did n, t
that the t'hariea . t..i,
rity . :nnati idittform, and that Mr
utr debate :1 :arg o riutl/lm-r f inchlent, it) the
A '.t.•r •tohtito a L,. u. a, taken.
Nlr. :-•herioun g four yob
the bail taken b, the
ev •ni:.g : Tweiity•fir.t. ballot, Mr
, hertnan l!ni. Mr It.a.a.k Mr I.:liner 17
Mr. 1.1 , .. , utur. 1,. Mr Muciti% Mr. Dart ,
atier.r.v, tthlOf.g I tlott,t, i , tll.•r ctill , llAfitt,t
whale IOW! r V,kt4, ToCo+-111 y to • a
1 1 i4 N. , pers ,, n having re..eiv. d th•.
the unbar I,et•e,...aitt : the hour,', without
trarlaaeti rig at v adpurned
TL.• not w a...a.ion to-day
\a.% Decetli bt . r . :24 —The stearesliii
from iin the 1;tli inst , with
' nlifiirnin advii•en to the arr.v.,l here this
rimming brings upwards
ri treasure The trip through iridn San Prim
the t... .i. mail, arid prisi.eilgers which left
New Yiirk n. tuo,t.t.lan,r
N , irtherri Light, were lying at when
Rix. F. GORDON, Clerk
New Vork stork Market.
\ L. I t.tt rut htt
'lt otett t
- - 1••••kN oF.-1.1 , 1 /110,, tm!
l.:11/ , ..4.• .4 k,.r;c 1.:au.l ~.;',' 1 11.-., , ,,r, ll'. h.r.
E' . ft •t• .•rOnt: It R 6:l', 1 Pon.:l_ I' , wL: %.1' .7
Illlti• , • 4 ' , utrall—r, 1. ,(i / 1 1a:e.l. & C1....g” tWI - ..
New 11.rk k rqUl:\/. 7t ... Mic•fl,gyn . ' ,MI.,' . 11',
k. • .. , 1,nY • 41 4 ., ', 1, ~1 , , n, • • .a..! t ;r1,11. 11
' 1 1.1w•1uk.... d ‘1 , .. :11 4 1 },... -','
I 4 h,•. , 1 I 1•74 I.:i • Li, v, I ~... A 1 1. ..$,•
New fort Market
Nvw luaz. i4,erntmir firul..s , O. , bales
F 4, 1.e% 7 54, 0 Wheat tirtn..A.l., MAN).
t 4,41. Western Willis. At $1.:1 1 • .)rn tiechno,l
'. 11 ,s1); new white yellow at Itikumde Pork firm.
Mess $16.12;,1191n,::.6. nrIII at L Suer
an.1,1,13t•t. 714(97%4, 61111.
lOW dffil at 10'441.
KENNEI , I . . ;•i ENN F.; S.
PEARL STEAM MILL.
V. HEAT RYE AM , ( . .(s. PI'RCP Isr.l
(iJkN MEAL AND Ilt,'llNl
Z. L. EIS ER,
No. 111 ('or. Rood :uid Fifth SlreetB,
WILL. BLACK FRuCK DR
oiATS USO to well at $lO.OO for $ 0 20
Frock brow. ('loth, tine, ime to nell at... 14,00 for 10,00
First tiuslity Cloth, " 18,00 for 1.2,00
illaek ('bile Pants, 500 for 3.25
(superfine) 0,00 for 0.00
Ctu,onere polite marls 0, order, for 1,,00
Also, Satin. Plush, 011 k and Cloth Vests,
LENTS' FURNISHING GOyfa4,
At very fow pnees The shove In the Cash Fries, nrelt.y
referring to this atiVutl. 4 eMellt, inn abore pro se
ktnetiv adhered to. 0 , ill teal
BATES & JOHNSON'S ROOFING.
WI WM) (il VE NIITICE that he fine piir
ehaeed the interest of Ills late partner, G. a.
BATES. in the ROOFING HUSINER4, and i e th e ,„l e
manufacture and dealer in the following three dienopt
kinds of Roofing.—
Ist. (lum Elastic, Cement, Felt and Can
2d. Improved Felt, Cement and Crarel
3d. Patent En isphaltle Melt Roar
All wturantad FIRE .1 WA lER PROI)r. Rooriag
Material fro pale. %II .n , (ructlon, for lamintr.
flee at BA ry..-; A 1 , IN-' STAND, 75 Smite.
N. H.— r Ida t.turn t'entent , unequalled as a Paint for
Metal Routs, lasuu,i, 14 i• at itIPAI, Na paint. and
win. U. WHITNEY,
NOTARY 1 , ) LT 33LIC.
OFFICE at the Pitt,hurgh Post, Fifth
Rtrcet, near Wocal Iyl9
JOSEPH METER. . ..ANTHONT MITER.
JOSEPH ME YER & SON,
Manufacturers. and V, ncless et anti Retail beware in
FURNITURE AND CHAIRS,
No. 124 Penn Street, above the Canal,
Have on hand n large aaaortment of Fancy and Ham
Furniture, in Walnut and Mahogany of their own manu
facture, and warranted equal in quality and style to any
mannffictairerl in the city, and will sell at reasonable
T "oLDE'4'l' AND LARCia'n
Lithographic Eatabliehment in the City,
NOS. 17 AND 19 FIFTH STREET,
! PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS,
! No. 135 Third Street,
__ . i no7_ _ _ -
..... .. , .... D. El. LOOKED F IRST PREMWM AWARDED BY TH
D. B. ROGERS & .
C 0.,, -L . STATE FAIR TO
NANUFACTURREn or GRA F F k CO.
ROGERS' IMPROVED PATENT FOR THE BEET
STEEL CULTIVATOR TEETH Is T I c)VII4
Corner Ross and First Streets, •
, For the best Range for Ca:Mlles, and best Wood Cook
Stove. Diploma for best Laundry Store. Also on Mind,
Prrrs BURG Fl. Pa. a large aasortment of Heating Stoves, Plain and Fan_ ey
; - - - Gnaw Kettles,ndra, Sad and Dog Inime, Sugar Rad
GLYCERINE CREAM—For the cure and ilea, T Wagon boozes Holiow-Wana, ko
and prevenbiop of Chapped Hands, Ao. This is an 6RA PT ik 00, No. 246 Liberty street,
excellent pn3paratift, and ID warranted te cure chapped le 2 ' At the head of Wood street.
!minds in sll eases. The genuine can always be had at jEi
JOIEIFIF'H FLEMLNWS, . i AORGAMMVN BOARDS; for sale by
our. Market at. and Diamond. dela J. R WRLDOI.
, in the Staten(
hereby guaranty that in cage of the forego
ng hid of for the tubular boilers and append
sires there,n named be accepted. hear they will, within
ten days after the receipt of the contract at the post of
tieell‘.4l. or navy agent designated, execute the con
trAo.: for the w i ne, with good and sufficient suretietnand
ele.e.nd ----- shall foil to enter into contract ae
afore,aid, we guaranty to make good the difference he
eva die utter of the said and that which
I twr..l.y ..ernty that the atro,e named are
known to or %i. men of property, and able to make
guarantee. G H.
T. tw• 41gnotl by the 'limed States district judge, lini
ted States diAnct attorney, collector, or navy agent.
deli. leis aw
PITTSBURGH STEEL WORKS.
M SAC ,INo J. 80YD....WM. M'CULLOUGB
JONES, BOYD &
SPRING, PLOW, AND A. B. STEEL
SPRINGS AND AXLES.
Corner Ross and First Streets,
.ct 7 PI TTSB URG H. PA.
wARE Ni)W RECEIVING}
a , holoe In of
A 1... a tine stock of PIANOS, of first class Eastern
makers, which we can sell from $2OO to WO. The letter
Instruments are great bargains, and we invite the atter).
too of purchasers thereto.
JNO. THOMPSON & CO.,
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL
if , GUARANTEE
Slausturo, of the two guarantors)
EXPRESSLY SELECTED FOR THE HOLIDAYS
H. RLEBER .3: BRO.,
Sole Agents fur Steinway's Pianos,
No. na Mb street..
WOODEN AND . WILLOW MART
Manufacturer and Wholeaale Deaiei tia
OHMS, TUBS, iillinooB, BASICEVEr
t• = - •„ t t•=o4
No. 21 Diamond, Pitteburghc,,, .10,4
AVING NOW IN STORE A LARGE:
and carefully selected stock i: 1 144.9ff.4 1 14 V,
.4, either men u
fa , tured by himself or
root from manufacturers, FOR ill
supply customers and the country C" ft
his line „,
CHEAPER THAN EVER OFFERED IN,THISINARKET,
The following comprise the leading nerds ixt Weskit:Jiro
of Wooden and Willow Ware
CHURNS—Pine Staff, t ilizek'osat , B6l% 4
Staff, 8 dreg Oval ,CtiglifgliiNait
Cedar Barrel,4 mete s Patent, fry .1 ne
eter, 8 Sizes—a
red, blue and green, awn', =1
evarnlehed, half, quarter and toy path; otsdar luseallit o t
Iron bound, 2and Bhopii,Plippne cedar, brass andlr
bound, 2 hocqX Horse fteketa. heist7irodbaletrd, WO
Backe* Iron, bale; Oldr. Weß Beekel 3, well Zi: 11 1M1
Flour Bunke* nested.
TUBS—Painted, 2and 8 hoop, etas) pma acei-Ylfft
hand made, all sizes, nested or by the dozen.
KEELERS--Painted and varnishedi 2 alms, &mks)?
nesk cedatiLeelera,, braes or Iran b 0 and •
MEASURES--All size* froth bailie' to tltuirter SSW
pine or cedar, Sealed ot,wasoalfd.
CLOTHES PlNS—Plain "amthead, In HO' gioss _
Smith's Patent, In gross boxes, and Brass Sprnakin
ifEtARD6--Waterloo raised centre, idariottatrne,
Double Wood and all other kinds.
BROOMS, WHISKS, BRUSHES, Ac siesta •
MEAL TUBS—Hingham Butter and Butter mid
Tubs, 2 or 3 in nest, or singly.
DOOR AND BUGGY Alhcante, Coriesie4da2Bl4
Grass Table Mats.
WHITE NEST BOXES—Spice and Sugar Boxes,
nest, plain and varmshed
OAK STANTiS—Assorted sizes, for spple-butterglt
pickles, meat or milk.
UMBRELLA STANDS—For Stores or Dwellings.
CLOTHES HORSES—Assorted sizes and etyleitio
WOODEN WARE—Comprising Roiling. Pins, Potato
Mashers, Butter Prints and Ladles, Lemon Squeezers,
Spoons and Beaters, Muddlers, Soap Cups, SWleg
Boxes, Spigots, Bung Starts, Axe, Pick and MMus
Handles, Steak Mauls, Ar.
RAT AND MOUSE TRAPS, of all varieties.
TAR CANS, MOP HAN DLES, iron and *cod heads,
MARKET BASKETS, in great variety of stre and style;
by the nest or dozen, of ourown manufacture, atEliel
CLOTHES BASKETS—Round and oval, four in nest
HAMPERS—Square Hat and trunk I ids NUBIERY CRAMS, of
COACHES AND CRADLES, of every style.
TRA VELING BASKETS—Assorted sizes and styles..
LADIES' CAP French, assorted. is
RETICULES—Imported mad AMMWIIIaa
SCHOOL BASKETS, in great variety.
SPLIT HAMPERS. for Potatoes, Peaches, ke.
ORCHARD BASKETS—WiIIow and Split.
city and country dealers are Invited to call and ex
amine our stock and prices beforepurchasin elaewpere -
as we CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD IN TMEALARKET...
SAMUEL RIDDLE, '-
21 Diamond Patel:tura
Seetin House for Sale.
THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALEIA
1.. tins well established and most popular Tavern an
Restaurant. located in the heart of the city, in the Di • i„. I t ,
mond, opposite the Market House,and which for a lon 4 1 4 ~,
series of years has had a fine patronage. WM an admi. ' ~p
rable chance for going into a good busmess.-.Asply to x
JOHN SAVA E -,
on the Premises.
HRISTMAS IS COMING
T WOULD GIVE TIMELY NOTICE TO
those who contemplate making
THAT BY CALLING AT THE
PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE,
Fifth St., Second Door from Market,
You can purchase a HANDSOME, DURAS
CEPTABLE PRESENT, in the way of a
REINEMAN & XEYRAN;
IT AVE JUST OPENED, EXPRESSLY
AA. FOR THE HOLIDAYS, a large and Mind fur
Ear Rings, Breastpins,
Shirt Studs, Finger Rings,
Seals, Mustard Spoons' ,
Hair Chains, Fbile,ils,
Silver Spoons add FOrkl,
SILVER TOBACCO BOXER,
'Ef.e. Etc.; Etc,
All of which will be sold LO* Von 6.31*. 'del?
in the State
fIIRARD FIRE AND,.M.AURRTE . -
lut RANCE COMPANY,of PenditikAN*4l
Fire Losses only. .Agent's •offretsi comet ',33114.and
Wood streets, Pittsburgh. * Capital and Surplum over
Parties West of the Mountains, now hummed in this
Company, or who May dasher doing so, Will find the of
flea in this City more convenient than Corral) VAS
with the Home office at Philndelphik Appatioibr
Insurance,made tbxough!WM. MOOR,F.a.- : t,
or ROBERT D. THOMPSON, Agent, at he
House of Messrs. Hanna, Hart * 00 4. 0 0Mem of Third
and Wood streets, will receive prolidtention.
JOEJO Pre •
ALFRED aiden4 I.LLETT, V.
J. B. ALVORD, Secretary.
Refer to—Hon. Walter H. LOWIDO. Hon. George W
Woodward, Wm. Swain, Esq ,of Phihidelphla Led
ger, A. J. Abell, Esq., of Baltimore Bum John W. Qs*
horn, H. N. Burroughs, John Anspach, Jr., C. J. INoont,
Thos. Craven, Fags.
Executors , Sale.
i_TBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, that
the undersigned Exeoutors of the last will and
testament of John Beck, deceased, late of the city of
Pittsburgh, will, on the Blot day of December • instant,
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, first at the - brewery build
ings, corner of Penn and Factory streets, 6th wary
of Tittsburgb, and thereafter at tlSe rook.,..cellar of said
Beck, deceased, on Quarry street, bth ward-liforessid,
sell at public sale to the highest and beat bidder, deed,
personal property of the estate of the said Beck,
consisting in tkunitures and other 'luxuselsiold utensils,
and in the brewery apparatuses, tools and fixtures, &c,
too numerous to mention.
Pittsburgh, December. 16, 2869.
and CONRAD SCRIIERSELE, Exeeldtlfe
DRS. C. M. FITCH & J. W. SYKES
PHYSICIANS FOR DIRRASES OF THE
THROAT AND CallErT, and other Chronic Ail
ments complicated with or causing PULMONARY WM
OFFICE-191 Penn' street, Pittsburg Pa
CONSULTATION FREE A list of quteatlque. mum to
boae eho o i a bt o cu,rmult us by letter. jaillb•Siaj'W
NEW DRUG 'TORE,
COR. EAST UK AND ON ST.,
TDLRYG ON HAND, A
E 6 4B7B,URIA6 ° LW A dsaleTrt:.
_PM FLPTDIS4C32I7I,I - 138-
Also, a general assortment of PATENT
N. B.—PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS carefully
FWY.II - 111111IfV,
And all kinds of
To be found nt
DODD'S, 119 Wood street,
One door. South of Milk
TO I I la T _
TWO CHOICE LAW OFFICES, oniaran t - .
, 1 ' ' -,
street. ReattLwith WO. Aildecall4olarlim•
Possession can be-Akci bY Ja . Mary .I, 1. • ME
AT TEM MICK - ''' de ally
:AIM L witarnra
ROBERT BALZELL & •-C044
W HOLE, GROCERS
ZOMMISSIP 4110;-, FfilleolN4-IERCHAr
I)"" lrM i tießgrrtin 34 '``, 9 4
' . :fir,.44*fillii,,. '.!.
1 1 711:Pli.) r,A :4 :4.1:111[0: I :f:1
.451 FIFTH sTarmr,
BATS AND CAPS,