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4 'MONDAY MORNING:r t DECEMBER
Proceedings of Contemn Vourici/-00llciel-- - =-Priday
evening, December 28. Connell met on special call.
PreSent! Messrs. Barr, Black, Caldwell, Duncan,
.Edgar, Evans, Felix , Getty, Onmey, 'Griffin, Hamil
ton, 'Hardman, Irwin, Kirkpatrick‘King, Lewis, Lit
tle, .Mattkin, Moorhead, M'Adarns, M'Masters, Poor,
Beet; Tacker, Wilson and President Long.
The Committee on the Monongahela Wharf pre-
Routed a report, together with an ordinance, relative
to the collection of wharfage on iron landed on the
wharf from the railroad of Wood, Morrol A; Co., and
also for raising the salary of the Monongahela Wharf
Master to $BOO
.per annum.; and setting aside the
revenue derived from the railroad wharfages for the
purpose of paving the wharf. The ordinance was
amended so as to appropriate the revenue until the
present strip of paved wharf is completed to the
western side of Liberty street.
-Mr. M'Masters moved to strike out all relative to
the increase of the Wharf Master's salary, upon which
the yeas and nays wore called, and resulted as fol
lows: Ayes—Duncan, Evans, Felix, Griffin, Hamil
ton; Berth:Dan, Klrkpairick, king, Lewis, Mackin.
M'Masters, Scott and Tucker—Li. Nays Barr,
Black, Caldwell, Edgar, Getty, Gracey, Irwin, Little,
M'Adams, Poor, Wilson and President-12. Carried.
Mr. Lewis moved to indefinitely postpone the sub
ject The yeas and nays were called, with the fol
lowing result: Ayes—Duncan, Felix, Griffin, Kirk
patrick. King, Lewis-0. Nays—Barr, Black, Cald
well, Edgar, Evans, Getty, Gracey, Hamilton, Herd
mad, lrivin, Little, Mackin, Moorhead, M'Adams,
M'Masters, Poor, Scott, Tacker, Wilson and Presi
dent-20.
The ordinance was then read a third time and
passed, as amended.
A communication from D. Drennan, relative to the
hay -scales, and also a petition relative thereto was
presented by Mr. Irwrit'a and referred to the Commit
tee on City Property.
A resolution to pay the bill of J. C. Devitt, for
office furniture, amounting to $2l 2b, Was read three
times and passed.
In all the above the Select Council concurred, ex
cept the ordinance relative to wharfage. which was
laid over till the next meeting of that body.
Oa motion, adjourned.
Nolte Proeequi Ref zised.—Ou Saturday, in the
Court of Quarter Sessions, District Attorney Roberts
made a motion for the Court to enter a nulls proseyri
in the case of Frana- Heller, indicted for committing
an assault upon a baker named Ilaas He said it
was with extreme reluctance be made the motion:
but as the case had been compromised by the magis
trate, and the defendant released from jail without
security, and was now out of the State, no chance of
convicting him remained. The plaintiff had been so
disabled by the injuries he received, as to be unable
to pursue his business, and was now almost in
starving condition. In case a r4,11e
entered, he would receive a sum of money Iron the
defendant, which would relieve his necessities. It
was in view of these circumstances the !notion for a
noire pro•cqui was made. Judge M'Clure, after hear
ing the statement of Mr. Roberts, refused to allow
the milk pros. to be entered, and reflected very se
verely upon the magistrate for the course he had
pursued, in allowing the case to be cutuproluised.
Democratic Meeting in the h'i . /th A rnet-t
ing of the Deunierats of the Fifth Ward was held at
'the Public School 'lnnen, on Saturday night. .Uder
man Wilson was called to the Chair, and Williain D.
Hamilton appointed Secretory. After disposing of
limo preliminary business, the following- ticket was
nominated :
,Y,l'ray!
• .001.1111011 Couneit—William D. Dam i I ton, John
1 1 0PkiLh:Jra - 46 , tt. ?tl`Dermatt, John llelthann, An -
~ y.fdreit Stott.
Judge of...ELEetion--James Raw l lion.
, lnspretor—Wil liam Wilson.
Assessor—, lyilliarn Al'Cague,
Satuol Frew, 1 year; William M
Cigna, 3-yaars ; Geo. Hamilton, 3 year,.
(7, , mitegbl;•—Robert Johnston.
The annexed resolution was also unanimously
adopted :
Reeolrrd, That this meeting approve of the course
pursood by the sixteen Democrats who met in Con
vention on the 26th instant, and nominated Capt.
John M. Irwin as the candidate of the Democratic
party.
Piej-no' T,--era.—The following ticket was nom
inated at a meeting of the citizens of the Fourth
Ward, hold ou Saturday night :
Sr beet Council—Robert Galway.
Common Co un cil—Willism It. Brown, Jain e 4 A.
Hutchinson.
School Directors—G. A. Martin, Ales. fk"peer.
Asßessnr—John
Cm's:able—John Wagles.
Lopcmor o f Ekrtios —Samuel Lindsay. jr.
Judge—Joseph O'Brien.
In the Third Want the following per,mus were
nominated:
.S'acct Connril—Lurid Reed.
CUMIIIOII CLICar ii—John Layton, James Jicrdmnn
Tbumus M. Marshall, John Quinn, Robert Itunoon
5e114,1 Di`reetorc—Andrew MMasters, John Me-
KOOWII, H. Sprott'.
• .Axseveor—C. W. Lewis.
• "Judge of Election—Michael Murphy.
Juspertnr—John M'tlee.
Cow'!" his --J ohn Fox.
N•rh;ng Primary Merit . age.—The primary
meetings of the Know Nothings, to elect delegate, to
the City Convention, to be held on Wednexday next.
to nominate a candidate for Mayor, were held on
Saturday night. The following are the names of the
delegates chosen:
First Ward—CapL A. Miller, Wtn. Evans, 6. P.
Collins, *lnn. A icer, Henry Murphy.
Second Wad—William IL (ilenn, Alex. M'Clin
Lock, W. IL Johnston, Thos. F. Wilson, W. C. Antler
BOIL
Third Word—L. 0. Cameron, Jno. W. Widdle, A.
M. Brown, Jas. Sutherland, John Barton.
Fourth Ward—Wm. M. Wright, J. D. ()went,. JaP.
Ca/dwell, N. McDonald.
I'Vth Word—Wm. Nesbitt, B. F. King, JILMCP
Taylor, John Hamilton, IL W. Corwin.
The Drovers of the Wre meet at Circleville on the
fah of January, to hear the report of the committee
appointed at a former meeting. M. S. Rcnnick, a
large stock drover of Ohio, and ono of the committee,
after visiting the officers of the_Ealtirnore and Obi.,
railroad, went to Philadelphia rind
with J. Edgar Thompson, and 11. 11. Iluuston, of the
Pennsylvania railroad. He also remained one lay
with H. J. Lornbaert,Superintendent at Altoona, and
on Saturday visited Col. T. A. Scott, and was shown
the pens, and the facilities for sending stock by that
road. He also visited D. N. Courtney, of the Ohio
and Pennsylvania railroad, and received every infor
mation in regard to that road. Mr. It. left on the
evening train, fully satisfied that this route is Dow as
good as any of the New York roads, to ship by, and
in a short time would be the great stock route from
the West to the East.
Theatre.—Our play-goers will be pleased to bear
that Yankee Locke and lady have been re-engaged,
for the present week, and will appear each night in
some of their amusing pieces. Tonight, will be pre
sented the affecting drama of Oliver Twist, in which
Julia M. Cook will appear as Oliver; the Yankee
comedy of Josh Bigelow's Courtship, and the favorite
drama of Churubuseo, Mr. and Mrs. Locke appearing
in both of the latter pieces. On New Year's Day to 4,
performances will be given.
Appointments by tic County rommisprioners.—On
Thursday, 27th inst., the Commissioners made the
following appointments:
Clerk—James Oormly.
Solicitor—J. Harrison Sewell.
Mercantile Appraiser—Ephraim Jones.
Physician to Jail—A. N. McDonald, M. D.
Janitor—Jacob Gebhart.
Fireman at Jail—Andrew Mitchell.
Watchman—Abijah Ferguson.
Auditor.—Wl3 are pleased to learn that our excel
lent friend, Mr. David Maltz, has been appointed, by
the Court, an Auditor to examine the accounts and
dockets of the Prothonotary, Register, Recorder and
Clerks of the Several Courts of this county. The
appointment VMS made In pursuance of an act of
Assembly. Mr. Haltz took the customary oatil..tn
Saturday.
The firer number of the new Sunday paper was
issued ou Saturday afternoon. It is a handsolne
sheet, and quite readable, being filled with au inter
esting rariety of news, gossip, jokes, etc. The pro
•prietors promise to make it a spicy and valuable
family newspaper,.which they are well able to de.
Mayor Vol. has issued his proclamation calling on
the citizens to assemble on Tuesday, the Bth of Janu
ary, and elect a suitable person to fill the office of
Mayor ; and also to select Councilmen for the ensuing
year. Mayor Adams, of Allegheny, hasslikowise is
sued his proclamation to the same effect.
New Gmaterfeit.--A new and dangerous counter
feit ton dollar note of the Merchants' Bank of 'Port
,r
land, Maine, is in circulation in the city. It 14 well
calculated to deceive, and a look out should bel kept
for it.
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Pttni!ky gotnterfeCt;Afeney. 7 4manfountul Samuel
'Barton, 'ribo resides in lekasywit,'ita/. held to bail
on Saturday, by Alderman M.llastors, for pawing a
counterfeit 810 bill, of the Iron Bank .of IrOnton,
upon Mr. John Knox, of the Black Bear tavern.
A Jorge quantity of fine now household furniture
will be sold this morning, at 10 'o'clock, at No. 86
Smithfield street, by P. M. Davis,. Auctioneer; to
which; we would invite attention, as theisale is posi
tive.
Fined.—ln the Court of Quarter Sessions, on Sat
urday, Robert Abrams plead guilty to an assault and
battery, upon Alexander Gay, and was -fined twenty
dollars and costs.
Public Scrriec will be held in the chapel of the
Western Theological Seminary, on Thursday, Janu
ary 10th, at 3 o'clock, to commemorate . the comple
tion of that building.
illiam ening-hey, convicted of assault
and hatteit upon Thomas 111 Toy, wan sentenced, on
Saturday, by Judge M'Clure, to nine months' im
prisonment in the county jail.
Burned.—A little girl, whose parents reside on Es
planade street, Allegheny, was severely burned, on
Friday. by•her clothes taking fire from a lighted pa
per with which she was playing.
Za Dyspepsta.—There are but few who do not at
ROMP time exp-rienee the unpleasant effect of temporary
indigestion, such masons° of fullness. weight and nt1et1.9111,14.4
of the stomach, foul tongue, buterne,s in the month, nausea,
sick headache, lec. All such r.,lingl3 are evidence of up
pra,htng dkspept,ia, which should always be checked and
cured by the use of 1 itAtt.t.tteS Stomach Bitters, which are
{mown to. I, an Infallible remedy f,r all such complaints.
To ilie theilioinik will teethe who have tried them and
moved the facts. Hash:lmes hitters are for tulle by our
princired Druggists and Dealers generally. Wholesale doing,
267 Peon street. HOSTETTER &
Clark's Stomach Bitters are acknowledged
by ell who have tried them to be the best family medicine U
de. 14g, for the cure of Dyap,pala. Costiveness, and a disor
dered state of the Live,r mid Stomach. They have no rival.
The proprietors do not pretend to caution people front using
oilier preparations that are palittrul Upllll the public under
the name of Stomach Bitter, for they have found that only
cue trial was needed to render such caution unnecessary.
For sale, w hubstale., by COLLUM & CLARK. Third street,
between Wood and Market; U ED. 11. K . EYSEIt, 1411 Wood
short; and by Druggist, generally.
az,- Call at No. 164 Wood street., and ex—
saline our stock or .sorr Il.its and WINTER Can. Just re
ceived.., large lot of Shanghai, Celt.ti.l.l, and other stylus of
Cups, a 11th we will sell low for cash. SIORILLN R Co, 164
Wood street. octlB
COMMERCIAL.
PITTSBURGH BOARD OF .TRADE AND
MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE.
L. WILNLkIiTIL
I'ace
T. 5 CLARKS, GEO W. CASS.
Treasurer.
N. HOLMES., Ja.
Sec,/ try .
.lANIE.S BAlilt.
Superkidoulent.
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W. (As?. V. .10U\ S. COSti RA V I.:
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PITTSBURGH MARKETS
OFFICE OF THE DAILY MORNING PoTT,
Szaluniny, Lk•tvta,bur 1 , 45. j
S.lrs -1114,111 u. (rum Om a lutrf ut r. and
ILI 1,1,18 at $7.12 , 4:,
,uolt Ito frwm .are ut 1, 13‘': 10V 1,11011
I.lrllrt•rrtl, at SOc : and :AI I/1,11 Um, 11l 140 car 11000 Ito•
liar! at Ma•.
01....155K5...Ka1e. 1J bale 142:.;ar ;louse at r.soc. ca ~11. and
I,OIN cyprvas at 1:,
111116h1 . ....5a1u 10 I,tolg ne•titied at n 54...
:tie w York Market
19..,n0Jer und
I , head ing 91 :11 ie+„ui
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:tt tdr A% twat Onto.
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1111. ::11.1 \ .11
cit.:dig:A. I non firm. :id:, 50 1,. N'ote•ll
91:91. ith 119.11t:::1 al .m, 11. 11u1ter. annd
Philadelphia Market
I . IIII_SIIEII,IIA, 1%. 0,-1nt1:414,1
tiff- ueframg had re: on.. t t'et toff r t,rlte,elantuft.:
Flout tit Ut Itu:1 au Ittcr,L-ed :Jefottlut fur exp.:et ru f f! 1... f :,,.
21,3 Lbia sllperil tic at muff 3oftf:
Ithls extra ut t , -terfl:ty rrtAl 1•1.6 4'l too (notify at
..1 Rules f, 11..' ftupt:lr tntkure: utel retailer::
elffol 111.. enure ..1 r 1 , 1 f.:l - oaf:nem anti tnney Imsfelk.
1, II 1.-nt 141•414.1.1.:‘,/.1 Sf.:lllltere
ft 1.., red. aro! 7 - 3/f.2.1% 1,11111310-• Ili
-1 defontel, nfel luf tl: .1 .ale. 4111,11,.1it la IVt—tern wet
tivel:• al. tr. r,tl The receilftn Ilase fallen
but juin, nee uuchnttgell: "11.11 Kal , n 1 ellosi nt 71:fut7'•
litsky nt 3Sei Mt for 144., on:I 37 for hlt.lf:
AUCTION SALES
11)11"I'S131'ItGli 'MAN AND BUILDING
at A 11.11,1-440 Thursday es tuttutt.
January ttd. at 7 tt't•htstk7 at ti,. Itlt.rrhant,' 17aclutustat,
b.• I , Itituthur4it I.etn and Ittlihtuta; A 4.
Stiwk. which, with thi. now ~sums is to jJai
th-141 r NI DA V I tt, A warn.... r.
„It THE SEASON”- 011
I Saturday and Monday eriatitti.:+.
I.• ...Ali. at the t tit...M . l4d Nth, 1L arm.. it tier or
% t,d nut/ Filth rtr,•l, ~ tam. nt•Els.r , (~..1,
Ind taustentlly , eiect.4l .Trek td ll.- 4.. •aura t ti lutwhty
cl.Oll. la I uktbk• I,W I 1,1 hntrl y•,-in
u, Wntimg.. ailli Kiipurb 111.011[1m.
r.qll pUiri itt.ll.fl• ..t tln. 1,..i.”14.
I e 1.111,4 111.11 . 1,1 1,11.1/11./1 . 11 of F:e•Al Art aled An th , rN I ik.
A nu, In•r tII et,t ...r 1...• found a
mut i et tere,t, h t /111 d 1 . 11.1 . 1 . 1/.111 . 11; IMO/ /I, OW
telnalm , Painler4 I.2,fland. Nat loual and Na - iptilral
.111.111 M .01 Eng-ruvina+, Immlacape Gallery. .I.farseolo of A n•
rated Nature. 14..1; Of l'hreamme mad Nem Year, Pe oa
all Hum., ,00lefy of Annunlx and rl.-},ta
ml r WI hi I- 1..1 viiihraring rordes of the latent
•eflom.
'i't, volumes palatable fin the Litirat y rotedata of the toot
:moonun of the standard Kit u i.h and A merit - au
•-_ant hiteratore. Ili*wry. ettati.hy, Popular Scums ,, and
1.10...1.by 1111 t lill , o copj.. of th FaMll)
rarlrn .s 1 binding luttl
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8t..,k, ,ii :.4iturtlay and Nl,.lidny
M DA I J kUr!ill,111-01.
HOUSEHOLI) ITRNITURE AT ALICTioN
Weslnestlay morn ing.Jannary 2, at II o'cl, k, at
No. 146 Third titrceh. near Smithfield. will Ise aold—Thc u•
too Household and Kitchen Furnitino of a family dislitons
iniusoknopmg. comprising Purior, Chandier and Stair ear-
t..; oil Clutha; Centre and SW.. Tablas; S.,fa: Chan , : V,
•tian 1311 ads ;
oads NV ork and Wagll Staut6, Dinka; and lirvaklaat
Lla; ttur,n,wart.; nod n gonernl varki) of Wu - heri Yllilli
tore, Coot; tug L Len.kik. u.
Aldo, a numb., of C1.,111 . 11t B. I (.1 for oftim
o. (J0t.:72; P. hi. DA VIA. Aartiouw•r.
on Thursday. January ,u . o-m s 'ATE--
ami, nt the Nlorchaus' Exchange, by order of IL Iturgli ;
Assignee—All the Individual inter..st neat o•faatO of Jam. It.
Murphy in two teats of laud, one situate in tic vane) et
Cluirtiers Creek. near tho Steulronoilie liallruad. about Lair
miles from Pittsburgh. and known as Fleecedale. containing
about 100 acres, and lately dii Med into country swill and
spacious building lots: the other bring a tract of hind con
taining about 040 acres, in the State of Missouri, situan• in
the county of St. Louis, 11/1 the south side of the river Merri
mac, and opposite the mouth ,d - Graial Walla Croak
Terms, cash.
The Assignee will furnish any information in Lis pow, to
dose wishing to pUrrilaay.
declti P. M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
& CLARK'S Pl.-INOS.-FRESII
STOCK.—II. KLEEEII & EliO. ha,o
now on the way, and partly reeeived,•
cduipleto and choice shad: of PI AN OS from '
the Faetory of NUNN'S & CLARK. N. York. •
'They are provided with all the late and important improve
latrita which distingulali Kum', & Clark'ti Pianos above all
others, viz the Overstrings, Felta.overed ',maulers, French
rand Action, etc. Every Nano in fully warrmdad, with
the privilegm to the purchaser of returning the WOlllO if it
proves ill any nay det,uve.
Testimonial from M. ST/LAI:0,01, the unrivalled Pianist :
CtscisNArt, November
Messer. 11. K lrber cr 800. Plardorrylt—iiontbonon: p e rmit
lOC to thank you most sincerely for the magnificent rand
Piano, of Messrs. NTIMI9 Cla es manufacture., which you
have been as kind WI 1 , 1 lour me for 3711,'. Teresa Parodi's
comwts In your city. This superb instrument is one of Cie
very best ever made In America; rind for sweetness and
seer of tut., as well no Solidity of c,,nntmetiot, l e aves
nothing to be issued. I really congratulate Its future own-
Or, who shall happy as to pONSetsn one of the master
works of Americiiii industry. With hearty wishes for your
happiness, etc. Your obedient servant,
MAURICE STRAKOSII.
ur-A. Sole agency for N untie k Clark's unrivalled Pianos nt
KLEBER & BRO.'S, No. 5l Fifth street, sign the
Bolden nor2n
DIVIDEND----CITIZENS ' INSURANCE (A) MPA-
Ivv.—The President and Directors of this Company
have this day dechn-ed a dividend of Six DoMull per share
upon the Capital Stork—five dollars payable to the stock
holders or their legal representatives, and oue dollar credited
to their stock. on and after the 2.. d, inst.
SAMUEL L. MARSIIELL, Sec'y.
MONONGALIELA NAVIGATION CO.-
NOTICE TO STOCHUOLDERS.—The Animal meet
ing of the Stockholders of the Monongahela Navigation
Company will L. held, as required by law, on TIiURSDA
the 10th day of January, 1556, at the office, of the Company.
NO. 75 Gr,mt street, in the city of Pittsburgh, at 2 o'clock P.
)1., for the election of (ACV.rs for the ensuing year.
decl7:4l(cliM) WlO. BAKI:IVELL, Secretary.
——- -
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING—The Stock
holders of the Pittsburgh and Erie Railroad Company
u-id meet in Greenville, Mercer county, on THURSDAY, the
third day of January neat, for the parpone of eloctiug thir
teen Ditvetere. .Id el9l I'llo. J. POWER, I'veslelent.
BOTTLE
OHS OGDEN & CO., Bottlerii,
No. IS7 First street, would respectfully Inform din pule
lie that they have constantly on hand a large supply of
SARSAPARILLA., MINERAL WATER, ALE mid PorrEll.,
the hest quality.
The attention of families is 'particularly directed to the
fact that they bottle WAINRIO LIT'S ALE in its purest state.
Physicians recommend It to fareillim on amount of Its whole
some and strengtheuhig qualities. ort30:1 y
NOTIOE—The partnership heretofore exist
ing between 3m:ob Hostetter, D. Hostetter and 0. W.
smith, under the fine of HOSTETTER, SMITH & (XL, won
dissolved on the 29th day of November last, by the entire
purchase of the Interest of I). Hostetter by Jacob Hostetter.
The business will be eimducted no heretofore, ander the
name of HOSTETTER & SMITH.
IAOOI3 HOSTETTER,
0. W. SMITH.
MEN AND BOYS' WINTER CLOTIIING
—ROSENTHAL dr BRO Fifth street, opposite Ma
son's, have a largo stock of Men and Boyd CLOTHING
on hand, comprising some entirely new and elegant styles,
which they are prepared to furnish at the lowest cash prices.
Algo,A large and fashionable stock of GENTS' FURNISHING
'01:10DS. decl3:dly
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MIME
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THE LATEST NEWS
BY TELEGRAPH.
TRIRTY.POURTH CONGRESS
FIRST SESSION
WASHINGTON, December 29.—1 n the House
the balloting for Speaker was resumed after call
ing the roll and two ballots were taken. The
last, or 78th ballot resulted as follows: BAnks,
103; Richardson. 68; Fuller 32; scattering 5.
Necessary to a choice, 106.
The House continued voting, and four more
ballots were had, the 82d ballot resulting as fol
lows: Banks, 100 ; Richardson 68; Fuller 30 ;
Pennington, 5; scattering 5. Whale number
cast, 208; necessary to a choice, 105.
Mr. Smith, of Va., made a brief statement to
show that Banks had left the American party,
and joined the Fusionists, for the express pur
pose and design of resisting what he charges the
aggressions of slavery.
- Sir. Grow, in replying, rail that those voting
for Banks understood their ditties with•ntt in
struction or advice from the other side of the
Mr. Smith respondel that he wished the coun
try to understand the character of the man that
the Fusionists were voting for.
The ballotings were then resumed, and two
votes were had; the last, or filth resulting as
follows: Banks 98: Richardson : Fuller 29 ;
Pennington 6; scattering 4.
Humphrey Marshall, then, at a o'clock, moved
an adjournment, which was negatived by .17 ma
jority.
Mr. Orr suln , equently moved an adjournm e nt,
which prevailed by 10 majority, and at 1; o'clock
the 11,mse adjourned.
WAsnitioros, December 29.—Iletween fifty
and sixty Democrats attended a Caucus held at
the Capitol last evening. Jones, of Tenn., was
Chairman, and Engli , h and Ruffin, Secretaries.
Speeches were delivered by Cobb, of Georgia.
Cadwallader, and others, counselling the Demo
erats h, stand by the candidate and platform, de
claring their course approved of by their polili al
brethren throughout the country. Some of the
speakers thought that union with the Amerioan ,
could nut be effected ; several of the latter de
clared in the House that a combinati m candidate
must be taken front the American party. At ten
o'clock no distinctive proposition had been sub
witted.
Riot at Leavenworth
Sy. Louts, December 29.—The Lexington,
Mo., Herald of the 2_2.1 says that on th e Jr,ti,,
the day the State Con , titution adopted by the
Topeka Convention was voted for, a collisi..n
took place between the pro and anti-slavery p-ir
ties at Leavenworth, which resulted in the de
struction of the ballot box and the entire ,os.
pension of voting. 1 house helonging to an
anti-slavery inns was burned, and a pro-slavery
man was charged with the act, and :irrt . ,ted an I
lodged in jail. Ili! , friends rallied, broke open
the jail and burned it to the ground. liieat ex.
ettenient prevailed ; both parties ~ e at or
From Charleston
CEA'at,r.sroN. S , December". The :della
ship Isabella arrived with Havana dates to the
morning. and Key West to the evening of the
Nothing of interest had tran , pired at
Havana. The Star of the IVe , t. from San Juan.
with half n million of gold, rind passenger , br
the Nicaraguan route, stopped at Key 11e.t eu
Monday, and left same evening for Nets' 1 ork.
The ship Ashburton, of New tMleaus, for Li,.
erpool, before reported ashore on the Ainerielo
Shoals, got off without damage
Arrival of the Star of the West.
Nrw Dereinlier 2'. • -Tin-. Tran-it l'ntn
strain-hip Star of 1.111. Wost nrr ve•l tl i i.
fternoon from San Juan. 01..101) it
ron.tare. of ‘,111,•11 :i4190 1 11/11
frexel kring• a! , .. ni from
lie attic Olin, to NlearlD,
Gen. Walker wit... draniniz a butt
agniii••••t I; nnten:ala.
Thclalnic Liquor Law Approved by th
Queen of England.
ALBANY, 11, eetn hot' -Thy Mrtine Los orrset •
rl i.t preN;nee r•run-,%i, b. le, bet I
apprl.)Vol by the Queen I;ec. , l 3 eh. c , .py
the order in eeencil, ,htted 2:2.1 December,
been received at the Prellibiti“hbi ilft )n this
city.
movE, Llrceinlwr 2'.0. • -Thv Soul 100 notl
this morning 111 . 1T11 , 1.1 1111 ire eel ,
t/.n. Flour is firm and ouch:Logo.' t 1 rani
toichangt,l in ,in..tati,ap...
Snow In Plbilud.lphlis ni.tl Haiti nsore.
1'1111.110..1.PM 11(,(6111 1 Wr , ~ 11,1
Phila.delpiiiii anti It , Lltini“re, with ind.c•ll;•tr,
,11" w iri New 1.,,rk
Railroad Statiuties
C,11.1.:ti 1, Dtscernher Tht. Galeivt
in, a ,nirpitt in it.tbfitien t '22 Twr.
ent. dit.l nil Inr the let=t tiflr•tl
rrilE AI),‘NIS EXPREss cumpAN}
PITNIIUI24/11. ItOenIE.STEIC .till \
F313“3 3 1 3... 313..1.111.3J ••i th• I t 11.•
ahnsr Liit. 1 / 1 /. „I the I Pt•1111.1,.t/.1•1
‘t. I N.,t littillt•tt •
it 1.111,, I .nA%ort:s.l!tilt h A
.111 AMS N HID It
....•nt .11.1.111• ll:tilt...m/1 1.. than 1.. 1,. a tun..
on the 1411 ‘ , 1:1 tub.
..f 1..../ , .;
1.11/1. Ile .rill N.,. tli. '1 rm...
in All. ,
I'lo rtl.t. II I. hill, 141,1
It :lint hr 1:..t . 111/,' . 1
I Ith Cit. it•N:lt ..11111110
Klttlltt «‘.v lIENI
or .11,1 I,
111 tWO leA, ../Clip r rialdo di4tanc... will,. TIC iti
timrgt.; 1.”1 to Itrmr.•
go,, especially for pe
'rho clofri,,•• f. rt. camillr, pa, 1,3 p, AC sttol f.r •olr I. t'l
hr. Mr,..toittror Kre• 11.11 , 1
t«.sss‘l.l‘. he./1 tiro $4/ituro. Ito. tot•irter. I. a.
to admit tt, .13. lot ztgr,••11..1101 :1111 1.• nouto.
HENRI" R. lILV I N 114, b+,ll a111x3t0..1 NI. 311.1
kill .vunnculc lit dUtieg 1.01 ‘londay. 1
OFFICES AN II At; KNTr.
I'itt-Oruro;11—l4 Fourth ptroof
Alittgbolo CIO ,tll,
Ilaymvill.—Captain lln
S.-wit IL 1,3 : , lark,,ll )1.
NV hit,"
oven,. trs Famrs, i
l'ittAtrurgh, Dec. AIL, 11,4,
WILL HE SOLD, n t a groat I'„r
04.13--Tll., f to me, ti. -4‘ it/ILI 11/ van..
c. , 11.4..t1ng, put .4” Om 1.0,
lent Itedstendl, all Fpriug Mattra.... . I 111 tdr
top Drrootng Bor..au. t ‘1,11 . /....11 &Am.]. I 0.0.t0..i. ttu
Card Tnl.le nod Corer; 44,441 Wm - dr:A. , .At,wat
Chairs: 1 Porkiii4: Clout . 1 11.0.01 I.nt \..t I
nod )11410°+; !quoit.. 11, , tut.,. 1 111.1
-
Rugs: Fund...vs; Fir, 1,11., 1.4.4. mid , 10411...1‘
eurtalto; Lc, A..
For roll pm - ti.lllarn apply t.,
c.it TII ricr I .t
THE Annual meeting iif the
the (:Itartierti. Palley ItAllrioil p.mpanv m 11l I • 11 , 1 , 1:
the Othre of the Company, ti u. 14-t P. int th Kt reel I
011 the tttq'tr:ilt 'IIONDA Jithomy, Tle
gill 1.1,1,, Ow i•J‘Jrl.• day. and at hi, um between I,.thr+ ill 2 ith , l f , l' N.
S. VON NO. \ roan
LT JOHNSON S: (V.'S T E
•Liavlng tl , ' A g.•II1 ) 1..1 111.•wI 111
Cate, Fornit ore, &v., I am prvilapal 1.. fill
all vrtlerl promptly, T. 1,11.. • Cks.l.
. •
t+. (IA V SN, Pt inter and Station,.
Market Kt., corner of t- , coed.
RIh.wANI , EI)--5,01)0 I , llB}lelS ItVV Want
ed. f, o tuck tht• 111011,4 Market prieowill . N. paid. h.
:31%11%47P:11 11,1101M:till,
deer No. 21t5 y 1,14
CLOVES -200 lbs fur Kilo by
B. A. FAIN STOCK . Co.
NIETA tuns N. 1 Antlirncit4
very soft ;
75 Gnat sc. 1 Coke, very soft—Fratikstowa lornAcr:
Yor sale by JOIIN M01)1;11 E.l
BLOOM b ti-100 tons No. I Juniata Blooms
and Lumps for sale b JOHN MOOftli EAT'.
A A. MASON k CO. will open otT Wed
ne,ddy, December MI, another cast• of those 10
Wool Plaids: mead price. 7) and 17e.
Q., HAW LS--300 more Long Wool Shawls at
5 and $0; unnni Filen. SS and $l.. Jned nr, ;ccd It
41,25 A. A. MASON & Co_ 25 Fifth ei
- D LAN K ETS-500 pairs more of those cheap
Illankrt.m. reduced $1 and $2 per pair, at
dects A. A. MASON
fiEESE-500 boxes prime Cutting Cliee , e
C
Jut recIANIA aud fur 1i3.10 by
c10r25 lIENIIT IL f.XILLINS.
B LACK LEAD---6,0(k) 1h for Bale by
IL A. FAILNESTOCK A CO
BRITISH th for sale by
dre2A B. A. FA lIN ESTOCK A CO.
APPLES -20 hble Green . Apples this (Int
rmeived by klet-2SJ ILKSICI 11. CILLI::
ekNION S-35 bushels just received end
anle by 1 .-kdIS I HENRY 11. OULIIN
QUININE -100 ounces for sale by
dec24 FLY:llcm) nittv.
CARI 3. IRON PRECI P.-200 lbst for sale 1
dec24 FLEMINO 131(0:4.
FOR SALE—The liouße and Lot of the un
derßigned, on Rehear. street. Allegheny City. It hint
been put in perfest repair, with Um, Water, Ac.., in the how",
and It in complete order. JAMS 1i.41 . 111, Ju.
111 A. MASON & CO. are daily opening Dry
Goods of every delcription, which they ore 'wiling 4t
grata; reduced prices. dee.29
TANNERS OIL-15 bbls. No. 1 Bank Oil
10 bbla Shore Oil, for sale by
3111ITLI, MAU?. St. HUNTE R.
d6c3
. .
C o N.:
1,
Trta emaday , evening'-there were d feet Sin
they and falling slowly—the. Allegheny and Slouoagattela
both putting out Lee and freezing hard.
THE steamer " Diurnal," Capt. J. A. Shoals, Is the regular
packet fur Wheeling this morning; she leaves at 10 o'clock.
THE fine new steamer "Saint Louis," CapT Jells° Dean, Will
be oIT for Lonisville to-day at 10 o'clock. Our friend, Hop.
Lightner, will be found In the clerk's office, as polite and at-
TuE fast and substantial built steamer Orb" was detain
ed on Saturday by derangement of her machinery. She will
positively leave today for Cincinnati and Louisville. Capt. A.
Shepperd will see that all are uell tared fur who travel on
the '•Orb."
A COMATE—V ORT (0--TllO Journal, of Saturday morning,
quotes the ntagc of water, at twilight on Friday evening, at
10 feet scant and falling slowly. Ily reference to the Tint of
tine day the correct figureg will it, fiend—sewn feet three
lichen. Suelt In palpable error has seldom been made by the
river rfiporters of thin city, and hod such a false report a 1...
geared in any other city paper, the Journal would bars
harped upon the subject for time without end. We earnestly
assure our river frictuht that the reportg of the het are al.
ways accurate to the figure, and no mistake. At the time of
writing this (Saturday noon) the stage of water wan 0 feet
11 inches. Weather inch ttuti to he rainy, but too 'old.
Naw STEAmEn...—The new steamer !thitropi.dis" which has
been finishing at our wharf under the superintendence of
Capt. Ezekiel Ilaidett. in now completed. and will make her
maiden trip to New Orleans, tin Wednesday. January 241,
ItiJ t. She in at excellent workmanship, her owners taxing
Lail an rye to strengt L. durability and neatneJs. I fer dimen
sions are its fis-t ; depth
2 feet. Engines with cylinders 20Inchtli in
tel :mil 5 feet striike. Three boiler, :lb inches in dinmet:•r nt
finer lanc. Water,. heel 72 fi..•l in diameter with n.
Inel;et r. IS. - tor and ilk ripplied to eripsitaii.
hoihler, and furnisher, are as I,lliiws • hull by
CourNiu: ,abut I tiollett 41.1.1r:tie: !minting I.y
upl,lstery b) Eli I:Minitel:Nal; furniture ht 'l' It.
Vollllg which in of superior WIll'k1111111411Sp; eat- by
ltitrko •k Ftur e •+: °writ fnim OW %oft kt•wn firun of .Nla.nney
The Metropoli4 '' will 1.,• well °Merrll. (lkid.
I firncu Iln,lett walking the It urri,un.• A.xk, and James Kerr.
Jr., lat.• of the "Crystal Palace. - In the elerk'q office—both
well-known Mlle., ef experience. nay to traveler,
11131 with Mr. Kerr inn the clenk', ,dllee, they will m no
other 111Y111'311. of being properly attended to on n enyme
en the qplotell,lnteattier 3letropolie."
1855. 1856.
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati,
LOUISVILLE AND SAINT LOUIS
CNVEY ANCE OF PASSENGERS AND FREDIHT
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Ag.tut
For Nnaliville.
The eteamer CLAII.I DEAN, Captain ti 11 .
11E/in--I'lerk, ././txr.it Nlr.u.riN ill let, tel
above fuel Intermediate itertit tot ' , ATIRI/AV
Jantrtry to h. al 10 e'eleek A. M
The staatner DELEGATK, Captain S. Into.
L 4F - ...Te ,, ,. ill lea,. I - , tho ahnve and intermediate pnrte,
-"non MONDAr. Deg oaahor at la
frvight or pasisaav apply tat 11.411 . 11. or to
FLACK k LI \ INtISTUN, Agtitti.
IIIRSIIFIELII & SUN, No. 70 Wood st
a (fetal asaortnit•ut of
I=ll
a fin lot al nine) and Variely tionhi. imitable inr
x 11111414
Wnris
HOLIDAY BOOKS I lomAy BooKs !!
11. MIN Eit S I)).. No. :f2 Smithfield stmt., have on
Laud the lurgrot and float complete stuck of Ihslks for pres
',its in the city, censiiting of Illustrated Works, Including
the standard Poet a, anti other works, in beautiful bindings.
Juvenile Books iu great variety, including Woks suitable
f,r all ages, and at prices to ant all pars s.
Bibles and Prayer It"ks, including Family and Pulpit
and all the smaller sloes. Brayer Books of all giros
and styles of binding.
Albums, Annuals and (lamed of all khals. dee 211
BARGAIN OFFERED.—The undersignvd
offers for nob SIX urrs f ground fronting mon
owl adjoining the Depot of the Pitts b urgh and Coupell,ol..
ltdlroml, in the growing and thriving Borough of
I'OBT. Four of the huts are 37 , , feet in w id t h b y ,o,„„,
I'2o iu depth, fronting at .ino end on the Depot, and at the
other on Sinclair street; and two of them fronting for their
whole length on other titreets.
Aiso—Two wrs, 37 , ,' feet in width, fronting the other
Hide of the Depot, and in depth 121—one of the Lots boi de,
ilkK for its whole length on Jerome streeL
No hotter property can he found, and it will to !void low.
Part of the payment taken in Sto,k of the Connellsville
Itailroad, if desired. 111 , 31 F. GILLMORF,-
Office of the Morning P..t.
Pittsburgh. Angunt 31, 1115.5.—(ilawtf
lIQU.I.LDING LOT FOR SALE.—A lot 24
fort un WY LIB strrob and extending back 109 foot to
Wide alley. On the back part of the lot Ls a Cellar Well,
huflt for two tonsil honors. This lot Is Ina desirable location
fur a residence ; and will be sold low, and on favorable tones.
TILL e goo d, and clear from ineurnbraneo. Enquire of
• (LEO. F. ILILLMORE,
jyl2 at the office of Morning Post.
EGGS -3 bblit fresh Egp receiikandf,r
sale by [dee2.sl BELNRY.IL COLLINS.
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4 , .
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RIVER - 'NEWS.
PORT OF PITTSBURGH.
O FEET A INVEIEN IVATER In TUE CIitNNEL.
ARRIVED.
:4totuttor Jttffursult,lVot.t.lwarti, Itruwl.,lll4*
••
Lerce•ru.e, Io.•unntt, Ltruttut,villy.
tt Cttl. Bayard,
❑aud«nrl<.+..u, IVytti \'«u ton
'• Nllcltigatt 11',11,1,11e.
1.4 u ant,. .
.. l,• taut o, tit,rt.l u u, StoubrovJl•.
Dutra:U. Shoal,. \l'ltottltug
.. ll tn..rva, (I „ r,tait, tt
Q,,ts'n. Styttl,tvilk.
tlroyttly.t. lAntitt, illy.
Arguuttut. Nl'Llu.•, St. I..ottia.
I'•w vyy. ❑'niti.
State. Cit:in:tat i
- runt, St. Paul.
DEP AIi.TED.
?I•,uu«r ant, Pro, it, III.•.
.. I.uJ•.rur, IlYttnYtt. ltruwit,
'• et .1 Itetttttl, F.:lt7talwt It
F:ttlttut. 11.0.1• rk'A.t.•n. 11 rat Ny, lon
N... i, 11.141,11 - vll4i II,•.
" Lanututr, It„•Leat«:
V. t,tury. ittrtLtta, SiYultytts illy.
}'.tr.-.t Ptt). (Vay. Wltyrlta tt .
.. Slt.tutyat.
•• Jam,. Itott 1,. NI 1..t0440,114*.
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THE PITTSBURGH AND CINCINNATI
STEAM PACKET LINE,
Pittwburgh, Cincinnati, Louisville,
anal Saint Louis.
Por St. Loma
JVIU FLACK. Agent
For Nnuhville.
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rriIEATRE;- , -..T. C. FOSTER, soleloissee.na
Manager; Wu. U. Tiara, Stage Manager; Cm Fosnal, ,
Acting Manager. Treasurer, J. V. BORETTE.
'PRICES Or AJMIS.SION :
Butes and Parquctte......soc. Prirate Boxes, large f,'S 00
Second Tier Private [loxes, . 6 00
Boxes for colored pert , oll9 cont,
Air Certificate, securing 8.'4%12% cents, extra.
4Q-11e-engagement of YANKEE LOCKE and )Ira. Id ED.
E. LOCKE.
MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 1811.5,
Oliver Twist—.ollwer, Julia M. CAkilce; Bill Eike, C
Kener; Bumble, Cunningham; Artful Bodgrr, Young
Nancy Sikes, Mtn. Cunningham; Mm. Conley, Mrs. V
Borrette.
BALLAD.
Josh Biglow's Courtship--Jo :411 BiglolV, Y 11.111,1
LOCICE.; Sally Snow, Mrs. Locke.
!Ilkoutr 50N0............. ... .....Yankee Locke.
To conclude with
. .
Cherubtteco...Solomon, Yankee Locke; Mazan a. Mc
BrI,10; iVarren, Dub.)L Lanretta, Julia M. Cook,•.
im Dare open at 11,,l,; cu rtain rimes at 7 tfclack.
NEW -I"F.A 1C. 4 . I s, grand pgrf“nnangns, day mid
(;RAND PANORAMA
OF THE
SUNNY SOUTH AND GREAT WEST.
A NDRIEU'S CELEBRATED PANORA
MAS of a trip from Louidiana to the North, via St
Look, A I tou, Detroit.
La Salle, Peoria, Peru, Cleveland and Toledo, and the finest
Lake Viewtt in the World,
Will re-open in the above hail, on SATURDAY, December
IS.Wf, and continue till further notice,.
Zit" - Admlmitm, 25 cents; children, DJ. Family tieketsi. 51.
I,\ CHRISTMAS DAY there will be three Urand Exhibi
tions—at 10, 3 and 7 o'clock.
SATURDAY, the nil, an Afternoon Exhibition at 3 "'el. wk
f;” the arcommodation of haniliea dee . .)t:d.tpe
CHRISTMAS WEEK.
WRITES GRAND MIRROR OP
CENTRAL AMERICA,
CALIFORNIA,
AND THE ISTHMUS!
WILL exhibit EVERY AFTERNOON
Evening during tina ue,k, ut
Commencing at 2 u - elock mid at 7 1 ,111'clock.
Rlrr THREE GRAND PERFORMANCES oN rIFRIST
MAS DAY, t,ollllllelle r lng at lu A. M., 9 P 1111,17!,„ P. M.
cm_ Every Lady ahould go and late it. "a ,-_7
eiRPHANS' FAIR !—A Fair will he held
1,._/ in the CITY BALL roonneuring on NV EDS E9l) A Y.
the 19th. for the benefit of : 4 T. I'AUL'In. 0111 1 11 A
/pen day and evening.
Ca' A nand of Mitak will h•. iu atto x l a n ee .
A o rent,
(1 I'. I: 1 11 . ..k ( 11 1i:ins; Fair
JOIIN M ' eARTH.y, l'osTE ft and
JDISTRIBUTOR., will atleuil ua Lb, Ik/snag alai Dixtrilail tag
of all Itittd,l of
BILLS Foit CONCERTS, LECTUILES. EIIIIBITIi D; S. dr.
All communication,—‘tillter b) mrul , tdegraptt, or nth.
tho oldie of Nlvrtting l'ust, recrt,
prompt Mt...1/1,0.
CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH
RAILROAD,
C.1,1V I.TI MO WITH
Ohio and Pennaylvania Railroad,
VIA ALLIANCE.
TUE SHORTEST, QUICKEST, AND MOST RELJAELE
RUC rE ro TOLEDO, CIIICA.3O, Roc)/ hfLAND, GALENA., Axo Sr.
LOL'ltt, IN VIA CLEVELAND.
Dos Ltl,llte Li One hundred miles shorter and n tt !Ono
II ury guider than the Ginnlitolis one via l inlimmpoli,
Three Lally Trains from 11th-burgh to Cleveland..
Three Daily Trains from Cleveland to Chiraso.
. .•- .
Tone to Clovetaus! six hours, twenty-41irm hours,
and nt. 1..114 thirty.even hours.
On :old after TIICILYUAY, LAvernber 1S&, tlo , TrOns
on this Ituad will run no fllous:
VIA A lAA A
The trains of tho that and IYIIII,yfritI3I3 ILailra.l Iran a nti
httatinfttli at 2.30 A. M. and SAC A. NI.. rontos3 at Alliance
at 7:30 A. M. and 11:40 A. ii..
leaVO AlitAnci• at 7 .- ,1 A. M. and 11:40
c.itili,llllg tst %, Trull, Cayalaiga
alit Ak mai anaving in ei..rtliulif at Diu, A. M. and
Th, traln lira\ ing l'ittatnir,l/ at 7.:00 P. M. Ct.
it a. at Allinnrrl . , Cii,0411.1.
her 1 . 1.1,%10, /ton, 11, k 1-land.
thtlonA thr Northtur.t, a. ln. vl-11 L, r‘. t hr. PIK h ;; h.
oht da - te/11.100, will take Llir trith leave,., 1 1 11t , I.e3rrfh ihJ;t Ai
A. M.. and Ittrls itn; 11l el, Iti . ..NO'. .q.. Att t Lit i• the
Irwin 11 which rhoo r , linerth.stt. nr.• ',hie throat:li Io
the Alt , 1,111.. race rl,lll 111.. a g`,l
11.al I.n - rung. air! St. 2A., A. M. 11. , he •rilit,
tr.ulot 1..1 ow Pitt bnrrh A. NI. :1,1 14',.11, illo
',lr./ A '.l. uro (Ito only one, o
,ottll of Anion. ot •.,1 1 In.
r.toram mnonoon.
l'tck..ll fur 1 . 1...e1.11111, th,
sy. 11le, a.r. 5‘,1.1 nt lionvt M 1 l lwn. r. .
Thy trAirt. Cl.A..l:tml I. I'ol,l k . at.d (1,14,4, rtlti
CI, eland S:1AI .1.1 1 , .1e A. 31_ :k4li 4/111 r:oo
-Avvive+6l.l.2.l.4cAyt AA 10%20 )1, A. M.. 11.1,1 1,41.1
A. M
1.110 (11/034., I.lr Mock I , lAntlik.l
: 11.....41:11.1A1.1 at 93til A. M. and II:09 31. F..r St.
I..ottn at ;A.; A. M. and 1,11 , M.
1 . 1,-4•14:0rs i. St. tulas Ira oror Rork 1 , 1 tad
ttttl tht.t.c.• aror the Cla.-41,,, 4.1,1 A.114-stssil4l4, 1t4.144ad
to Alton, :attl by
dy Ow 7 lb A. M Trran arrive at St. I....awat 1l:0,,
40E10 1•11/11t4, lla st..tu I'. 31. Trail M. b.,/
he. 1...1 through r.lluveland,
t:ltt.. ivzo utt.l Ft. Lulu.,
YAM.: VIA ALLIANCE AND CLEVELAND
4:1 ,rt.
To Alin... 1 1 .0 'To I.z 51t1141... 1.1 $1•1
i'4. 4•L 4 k.ll - noel: InFd.. In 4 , 1 It it
t 1 •• 11 .1.,‘ In 15 11 al
1104,, Lt Inr ¢ld 11o' Spron,zltt - 1,4. •.
I
• hi it;rl II ~ ••• la 15 OKI
1,004 I. V. 50
1'ae , 11,,..1 , 1 nr , • real their I. 6..1• at thii
Ali, tin, Ilea—, third
- r 1u . 11,. the ,6,111Vf
enough for two shingles. which is separated in the ceutrva
and hr 111.51.115 of elastic guides each ' , art 1.1 roudueleel
thnmgh is pair of approximating knlve,, 1110E11 otitplol,4
the ,q.u - atimi; thus prorlucing two hhhig.lri at ev, y
lion.
Tisk machine will rive a n d .have from the hick three
thonsand shingles per hour. of uniform thick tves and raper.
suprdior in solidity a n d drirsbilii) to thos. , mod, by ham] or
all,' other p1 . 515 . e5.5.
11n ...I.,4tionm are by nn means confined la poo• and other
suit wevrl, mist works to equal advantrye, oak, 1.1 nut, and
every other description of timber that can 15. split.
The workings of the machine can Is. exam:nod at 11. If.
It r'ea'pe Forniture Fifth street, Firt v luirgli•
Ti , timber ownem, !Mingle dealers, and men of enterprise,
tMs opens a new livid for speculation, an there la 11..1.11111.1"
111,1 - 1111,111 extant.
The machine occupies but is small, spacp, In of ibirtilio con
st 2- action, met costs but about two hundred dollaff, and a
roan and two kip can make from '25,000 to '.30,00a shingles
2.. r day
•,t ig lit territory, or Maellitle, fu hire to N 0.31 Filth
6tre.q., or ill tlio City (Intel.
tit)._ All n.. 41,1 inf.irtnitti.iii mill tot forivn.r.l. , ll by lttitr,
O. K. CHASIIIKULIN,
I . Si' Ex press---K ATE WESTON ;
tj to Will and 1, , Id,. IN' %Vitt.
Th.• 1....t.•t or. Odic orsatlons ditollnd the Cal l ll
Ity Captoin Ma) at.
'or by
d0r . ..41
Rm / : I ( )•'• Ii ST( R:K AT At . cm!: —On
Itt o'clorlt.. nt tho
41, ,, 11,,rd e r. Pc, 114,,g, , . 1,1,111 •trotd, Pittshurglt. will 1,, 'told
Nt 11,11 It nut , c , llCcrit —5 SIMMS ttolll,Bll,and
I ;cie..., I :tilt, itant ;on , ' etlllllol : 4 t"tit ;Of hkh
It. It ll
• 111 tali,
11 •in Ict, r,
I,s
C) N‘ i . 2.1 I„,Sra swne , ll
1.1.11;:os ju.
IMMtMIi
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t - li ('l ) ).INI 'FS -
I_, , ~i ,...,1 ~.tI i. -,,1.. 1.,
d 0.2-1 IIEVNI Ell a AN I*:ll, IN, :3+ W.... 1 .t.
pr00ri...,11 . 5 Rl'll'(:RS -12 ~ .n.,,,. 6,
...•,%•..I Kmi 1.., ,al,. I.) FI.I
4.1 C- TCII. SN l' I , V--:', i)11,, for Rule I.\
0 der24 FI.F.NII V,
11,u ii HALL raised a. breezo ; 1;,,.,. , . 1,,,*
will create a burrie.w...
Fanny Fern's new book, - 110, l' i l i a ! k ,i 'i N ER 1M1,, , 1. k d5 :
~,,,,,,.,
;1. 2 25. For eutle by
tierl4 No. 32 5ma1,11,1.; ...n. t.
DRAWING I NST RCM EN TSJAV, - : ltnco
good assortment of tlw above instruments tot 1,.“,
vac) log in price from $1,2 to $lO, for sal, at
BOWN ,tt TETLEY'S.
K AT ES-500 pairs of assorted Skates, fort
male to Apar pair. Also, Straw fur the man,
cheap, at laCc22l nowN TETLEY'S.
"HOPE MILLS—PuIa Spices AND MI:STA }
—NO. t DIAMOND.—The purity and frisibiloss
these Spices and Mustard have soon tbem a gnat celebrity
Pnt up in 2 on., y, rb and lb papera. Try them. Whole
side or retail, by [decl4) F. R. DRAVO.
VINE OLIVE
Amen Latour's.Extra ()live Oil. quarts:
do du pints: just reo-ived
Ly deel)J E. IL DILA VO.
F IRE WORKS FOR THE HOLIDAYS -
Fluuuu
Pia Wheels;
Serpents;
Sky Rockets, of all sites.
Ju,t noel red and fur dale by
der.:2•2 REY ER A AN BERSON, No. 39 Wood st.
WI -LIMIT'S PREMIUM KATHARION
L+ the greatest Beautifier of the age.
WRIUIIT'S PREMIUM KATIIA.RIO,N
Renders the Hair soft and glossy.
Kor side by KEYSER, [HAFT, scow and sEtiams, nt 2z
cents. tiugl6
4;1,110T-20 kegs assorted Shut, from 138 up
),..3 to No, 10, for solo low fur cash, - at
doc 22 GOWN
PRUSSIAN BLUE, is OIL-1 0 '4110Tr r i7s aje
ray
idee-14]
est.. for d
T—TRY CARGO, 76
a Holiday Prows:-
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Aft, which,
MASONIALI HALL
City of Chicago!
APOLLO HALL, Fourth iltreet,
IL T. C.
104 Wool street.
I'. I , .\\ Alietiono,
Ir) bllls new Iklohisses
• ,‘ '4l Anil wkio I.y
I !TIE arnlr< x H NTIi l
41, ANIF:1; A: AX liEftSl /N
Net:, ju , t. rt
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Spectacles itinyhe
to its original power; Thera. a.,.,
sophical. They are used Without pan or till .
injury. Below will he found several rertilleat j e tLYJci
highly in their Swot •
[From the New York Evangelist.]
A VEIIY simple yet philosophical instrument, has been in-'
Tented by . J. Ball & lb., of this city, by the application or
which the cornea of the eye is gradually raised to its original
convexity, causing Menem to Impinge on the retina with
out the aid of convexlenses. Thom by an easy process per-
Sens who have used glasses for years are enabled to dispense
with them.
The editor of the Penoxylcitnin Dem/AT:it writev 8.1
respecting the cure of Mrs. Gur,t,iid, of thiiinitown,
Peunnylvaniri:
thitorcrowN, PA., August 1, 1851.
Beiig well acquainted with Mrs. Gurstenti, 1 know that
betide ~he linedll's Patent Eye Cups," it was imposwible
for her tee read without the tvo of spectacles, and that her
ht,ri rentorell by the ace of the Cups, 80 that the
/008 rend+ print with her naked eve without
Jour W.Pennu. Democrat.
Inamtrzrowtt, June 1, ISM.
Da , .Sir—llnvinglust my sight by old ago I was induced
to purchase your ‘runcrt*rili ithitrUillelit4.lth ' d by using the
same according to your dim:6mm, I succeeded In restoring
my sight so that I eau real by night or day without tipc,ta
vies. I have nut used my spectacles for the last three or
four months, which shows that the ritttoration is not a tem
porary cue, but a valuable and permanent cure.
Mta.viu2 SNELL,
Of the firm of Such Brothers, Iradtdide, Mass.
By remitting five dollars, a palr will be sent, post
paid, with full directions, to any part of tho country. Ad
dress Ult. GEO. H. KEYSER., corner of Wood street and
Virgin alley, Pittsburgh, Pa. [stkplflatiii
Cough Iternedlea.--Dr. Keysor's PECTORAL
Sl'lil.7p will cure you.
Dr. ICeyser's Pectoral Syrup wi4l cure Bronchitis.
Dr.lieyser's Pectoral Syrup will cure Laryngitis.
Dr. lieyser's Pectoral syrup will C.Uto
Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup will cure a Cold in the Head.
Dr. Keyser's Pectoral Syrup will cure Incipient eonsuuip-
Lion.
A zwynt letter from Mr. J. IV. Veatch, of Roketry, Ohio,
cmy,
I aunt you to send me two bottles of your Pectoral Syrup
19' Mail. There is a lady hare who has a cough and the doc
tors can't cure her. I was in the same way r and tried every
thing without benefit, until I gut a bottle ayour Pectoral
Syrup; 1 took it but twice, and it cured rile sound and well."
Ask for Dr. Kitssen's ParronAt. Scare and take no other.
Price, ZAJ cents. bold at 1)11. KEYSER'S, 140 Wood Street.
and at J. P. FLEMINWS, Allegheny. al,2s:thw
tyj•- Marsh's Radical Cure Truer rcill ruro
ne.irly iwery ,:vie of redneelible
Trusses at various prices always on hand.
Children's Trusses Lt different forms and strength
for ,tde.
blast le Stockings for Varicose or Enlarged Veins.
Abdominal Supporters—A dozen different kinds.
Pile Props for the support and cure of Piles.
Shoulder Braces to relieve a crooked and lefornied
condition of the Chest, and many diseases of the Chest.
Suspension Bandages.
All these artichui may i.e had or applied at DEL KEVSEWS
Wholvsale and ReMil TRUSS DEPuT, No. 140 Wood street.
ssea ut the °olden Mortar; ors ill Le e,nt to any pert of the
y l.c ,ntliht; the !Whey and measure. tap2.s;daw
ttr'A Substitute for the new Liquor Law
—Dit. URBAN'S A.VEI-11AGVIIANALIAN ELIXIR. a safe
and sore remedy for the cure of
INTEMPERANC E.
A concentrated vegetable extract. find an n tonic in unequal
led. For the following complain~ it is a most valnahle m e d.
fettle Dyrprpzia, Liner Complaint, Epilepsy, Nruralyia,
Morn of all kinds, Delirium Trentrds, p.n-cal Debility. ThIA
Irwilicine Is Intended to produce a change in the eysteni, and
de4Laste for alcoholic drinks. Several instances Where tee
I,Ve soul It, no hare had the roost gratifying results; so, to
er,ons who are really ‘lesiroaf of breaking off the
,fflogirating beveragon. fhb elixir will be a great
h• Ip. at per bottle at the Drug Store of Dl;. li Ell.
11. K EVSEK. Ko. W.f.l street, corner of Virgin alley,
snos of the Golden Mortar. tarlffalaw
44, 7 -Nausea, Indigestion and Nervous De
billty.--1 do not wonder at the popularity of DEN
TIA !JOLLA SD lIITTEIW, now.
For wuutto. provitoOm to its tISO, my ordinary food ennsc,l
oudt eXttrtilo 1/311%,3 0 hell plACed heron, mu, that 1 almost
dr01,1,1 the donna of the dinneigJell. My digustlyn organs
'30,1.41 I hare lot all power. and my nervous system V 11123
40 nomplutely shattered Vint 1 wini nimble to write for livo
admit-gat a Om, - A PirrsetuliGHElL
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4'3. Sane givon, on application at the store, or by letter.
CAUTIVN I—be careful to fu , k. for Boerhave's Holktrad
Bittors. The great popularity of this medicine has induced
many imitations, which the public shoilld guard aiptio_st pur
chasing.
at $1 p•r bottle, or six leAtles for $5, by the pro
priet..re, BENJAMIN PAUF., Ja. Manufacturing
Vharnmerutietz and Cheiniet, Pittsburgh. Pa.; St. F.. SEle
LL/l8 k CJ., corner of Fe oud and Wood streeni; and
Broggiets generally. dec'27
DR. 11001 , LAN 1 1 '5 CELEBRATED GERMAN
Dlrmics, prepared by line. M. JACKSON, Philndel-
- • .
xrdt Cure !,vyr CAtmplaint., Dritep J•tult
dint, Chronic or Nyrv..ll4 Debilin', Dise.t.rs of thy Ki•lnyyn
hmtt n Iti . s.•rdYry.ll-iv.... or trYtuittach
- Sods
t 'ssissstiisa
tis,o, I ow:tril
Vol ssr fib s,lt.. the
Avidity 01 the Simnds,
NAir.va, I Is•orttsoro. Dist;os s st for Pond,
Ftshss-s. wcight itt th.• Stomach, ..S.ssor
Eros.s.st so,. Siokso:r. ssr rissttssring ist the Pit
of the St..ni.o.h. SW11[111111.: of the newt, ljurrd.d
and 111t1i.4 - nit Finhiet : ing :it the 'Heart, l'lmak-
Sitirt , ating, svmuon win,-in in. lying
of .L 4 g.f Webs before the :tight, Fervor and
Doll l`diti to the Ili-ad, Drib-le:try of Pet - iiiiidaddun.
Yellowni,, Lir tin, Hilo and Eym ruin in the
Ito - In, Limn,. etc., Stid,l,a
Irht:h,y of iiefa illlrtlillg to 111,
Fiet4.ll. 0311Etallt
'ZS of Evil. and great
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Th.. prprietor. In ratline, the attention of thii priblie to
this piepathtion, does alll a feeling of thy utmost confi
dence ni its attn, and itslaptation to Ole diseases for which
iris r.s . ..ninieruled.
It is no 1, - U" attd untried article, tort one that bas stood
the Litt of a ten roses' trial belt., the American people, turd
reputation and sale t. unrivalled by any similar prepara
tiom.•xtarit. The testlitunv in its favor given by the most
iinnuintint and well knoo u Physicians aunt individuals, In
all parts of the country, intineme. Referring, any who
may doubt. to iny i` M.unorithilia." or Practical Ileotiipt Book,
f..r Fares ,1 - , and Families, be ito ilati frill!, of all the Agents
for Ito' li , •1•111:1,1
Prinripal Oilier and Manufai - tory, 110 Arch streat
/14-1-101.1 by Dr. 1.4..0. It Keyser, 110 Wood street: B. A.
Fah uextnck ft Co., No 6 11;oisl .street; Fleming Brothers, No.
stniet ; 11. P. Swartz and .1. I'. Miming, Allegheny.
deeloalsw ly
„ I
1_) 1.1 \.k DIS BROWN, No.
41 Damson! alley, ilsvotes bra entire intern ion
1.1 111 1 11111 , 1 1 . 114111 . 1•. Ills laisitiess 111 mostly osuilli c sl
I. prii ate reiniriiii lOisca Ars. iue,l such painful afro. , ;)
thin, brought nu by imprudence, youthful indingenice
as! execs.,
Syphilis, Syphilitic }ruptiiiiis, tionorrhlsh (ilea. Stricture,
in,charges, I nip., in of the 11111.4.51 ith all iliwases
of the V11111`1,11.14 . 111111. Ski. Diseases, Scorbutic
_Erupti on ,
'fetter. Itinrivortu, Mercurial Ohs-uses, Seminal weakni,.,
Impotency, Pura. ithetunatism, Yetnalo NViialatesic !lontli/y
Ilhiel;es or I i,,• Jomty vi-n, la in Ann, Nervous I
Affections, Pains in the Ilneti 41111 I.AIIII, Irrltatiou of the
Itladder nod stio . essfully treated Cure ffu anti:teeth
Twenty years' yiesetice ~ ten in this city) enables lir. Drown
-48/arliillnluni asynseily cure to all witty rimy conic rue
rdcftiGk SFr
D - it: -
I . ittstinrirli. oilers his -• lt ,• , & L,
w. it i” int Itulnig in the rare of till thORO prli ihir
g•11/114 111 S1 1 1r1111/1/ to whir 11 t h e Female Constitution in Zr
joct. It moderabw all 0N1114.1, and removes nli elistructtom—
the sod delicate, by ri-gulatin it and
reiitheilitin the systi the constitution for
the Itfo.
IMI=
igvuliarly i .hurt time
11'e at not of the number it ho believe turd act hi accord.
ace with the Ix-lief that long and elaborate detail gives
eight and diptity to objocts of either momentous o r Er-m.l
muort; toe it. 1.111.• to the contrary opinion, and bold that
implicity and truth invent such as are worthy of any atteth
ton. in deeidrally the moat rich and comely colors. In tho
tre.seut Matanrai, our great desire is to he understood by
hose who may look to no for information, all else being con
idanal of minor importance.
See clreulatn
us„.oll.lett hours, front 0 A. M. ha 9 P. M. fa011...*
WRIGHT'S PREMIUM KATHARION
cools the head, and removes all symptoms of Ilmd
ache.
Pastan( using
• \VETO !yrs A•rn Amos
.kr,. never liable to'snnsitroko.
WILIOILTS P1LE51113131 EATIIARTON
Is the moat minable angniAtion-Ao tho toilet, retaining' tho
litlir In any required forth. • ;
For mile by 1)r. (IEO, 11. I(EYSER end IL E. SETA:ERB
& CO., at i 5 anal; per boffin. angll3
QCIIOOL GEOGRAPIIIES.-COLTON &
EITEII'S SEEI ES.—These are entirely riewisorka The
hltips have been drawn with mathematical and scientific
twoo try, from the latest and most reliable authorities, anti
h exhibit the recent Surveys and Explorations; and
they are distinctly anti Naughtily engraved. An important
Mature of the Maps is the rwirtinces and certainty with which
students will learn nt first view the scale of each map, in
loth gtstgraphic and statute runes, thence acquiring a true
idea of the xis of every elate or country. Each Mop is Ito
nitdiately followed • by printed descriptions of the country it
exhibits. find hence theigrephy and Atlas are in the mune
beck. Much attention has boon devoted to exhiletinethe
lily:dad features of each country, so that the very pleasing
exercise of observing the animalspoculiar tomb part of the
1
erl.l, is happily pixtrided. The print being entirely uew, Is
X 1.., very plain and neat; and all difficult names are can ,
;idly Mel correctly peonouncaL. The series consists of four
Ss. viz
• Flicks Primary Geography—To be ready In Jan
, 1.4., Ls ' , delis ,Itwkrn Schaal Coagraphy—Now molly, and
~ 1 -I ,. ..‘n•nAirely atiorard.
...,,,,, a tinder: A meriarn Schml Geography—To be read).
, Ai., d 'r!.. nanw, and maps of thin book are larger than
n.rnsito 5ch....1.4 have over nand.
:14,1r tr h'id../.' f/aftitn , gqf Physical Geography—Tbl'b°uk'
I , i i,::,"" l'u , a s.l -3.1..w months finished, la in so great demand 1
t i,..,,,, tti t ainn i s mat in press. an
~, itt , jot. . 1. , --. 144 h it and the Modern SchoottleograPhY
c, $1:1 , , ~,, T.llt.tr.ly 11JI:1 I no, i Of the publlahers, Morita. JAL
I. '" \ a "N. th' 1;2 "dl str,t, New York; or of 1 - IW.:
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i sir s ii^ . ..nnt 1„ ,i„. ~,i ; ' , S i .S Is Ari . EltSilN, Wheeling, Va. A'
C..lt.msv M,.p o r „ ' sa ll , Sl : Maps!
pr.,. $ l,,
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~r :::,. \\ l ' , ':"''' , , iz.• :koUt 33 egtiare reiit.
inntrly 39 tninnre n.. 5. 1 .,,i,: . .t , :i `Gary .I onmadas; size
Coltnu s s Mop of the t uip,i , s iss
.'..1 Inch , A. Price. $5. .
(S.ddm's Map 01' Enro., ; ~,., ..
Aln 3 Inag- Sal e•d. ..! t . .,,, s ,
Pocket ifitpx for :;,,,[O,.
All can be supplied In :;,,.
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deelthdewspeOe Cll y
Joseph White's earring, rt.
108E1'11 WHITE. now cart.) 111{: *
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ness in his spacious prenilses.; now labor
en larged,)on the Pittsburgh and t.lrectision.:,.
Turnpike, near the Two Mile Run, betweet;
Pittsburgh and Lawrenceville, respectfully invites ti...
to Inspect his stuck of CARRIAGES, BUGIIIES, &c.
partictilarty informs gentlemen I' n, thia
only is made.
F our t een years' enisostace is the linvieces enables to
place before. Ms pistons the tame oriole. collection 14 f'
tiuwhich. . gin y yeasty •• it has been bi 3 particula r
de ;;: t. to select, froc,--che - varietal mut nest Wanted
ometirsepir,,,.. The ancelms et his now... system i•
Ec , plet
e m otonly of his am:Moments wlhisupply the
. &tit and Twos fashionalito itillTlOiliallreg at modciiitp
pp o ncumliereillbiltailso heavy ~:penes, which tie mania
,t.,-..,natiatiliotnietl of Loring has Ittaped upori the price
3 4400cowirtk.to-largaritilta.) JOSEPH WIIITEt ' p will- itell,
IlZiF'"l4lo.wrin'iang"els°rulepaiY. rattalminuctihiehesthant.marithenermmilir
athltdew '
ELECTRO-CHIEMIK
Echt Hollandsch Knuiden Btff.
4.?„
TWO YEARS have Plat:mm.l since' the intro
duction re. e I •VO into the United States.
Loring this time It has galnn.t vuirrrsal popularity as n
remedy for
Ifrer and Ague, Dyspepsts , J7eadache,
Loss of Apie.t.te, Cbst‘'nerteu,
lineal and Bleeding Piles.
Many of our most worthy citizens testify to Its wonderful
efficacy in all affections of the stomach and liver. As a
tonic, it never 11as been equalled, for the relief It alTords in
all cases of debility or weakliess of any kind is almost In
stantancous. In nervous, rheumatic and neuralgic afire:-'l4'
Dona It has In numerous instances proved highly beneficial,
and In others effecteri a Iltsirbsl cure.
When eminent physicians prescribe, and their patients ' lli' ''' •
unhesitatingly recommend, surely we may cruet -hub;
and eagerly test its virtues for ourselves.
FEVER AND AGUE.
A Case of Right Months' Sanding Cured by P.ocrhata
land BiNers.—)liclinel Kelly, No. Ili Grant. near Smithaeld
street, says: Last July, while running on the rlrer, on a
cotton boat plying between Natchez and New Orleans, I was "-;11
taken with favor and ague. For eight long months I suffered
with this dreadful disease. - The greater part of this time I.
was unable to work, and spent at least tiny dollars for dif.
ferent medicines, but I found no permanent relief. Three
weeks ago, ono of my friends insisted upon my trying Boer
have's Holland ,Bitters, saying that a cure was guarart&ed.
After taking it for one week, I must state I was a sound
man. I have been at work now fur two weelm, and hare
had no return of the chills end fever whatever."
I certify the above statement Is true.
THOSLII3 ADAMS, Diamond House,
Or at It. Chester's, tiotbk Hall. ➢
HEADACHE AND DEBILITY.
Mr. Silas Liscomb, of Birmingham, says: "I have found
iu Boerhase's Bitters :I. remedy for headache and debility.
My wife has also used it with the greatest benefit."
Mr. A. S. Nicholson, of Pittsburgh, also retnarks tMst he
has experienced much relief from its use for headache.
READ TIIISI
A ITollander's Tertimony.--Jneab Rinskes, liwlng in the
Ilona'sd settlement of Sheboygan, Wisconsin, says: "After
Ruth-ring for come time the misery attending an utter prove
trail,. of mind and body, I have been restored, by using
Boerhaye's Holland Bitters, to perfect health."
11.- fact of this remedy being in such high repute among
the Hollanders In Wisconsin, Michigan, New York—in fact,
in every ]Tolland settlement in the United States—argues
much in its fayer.
STRENGTH AND HEALTH RESTORED.
Mr. John Davidson, living ten miles above Pittsburgh, on ~
the Pennsylvania Canal, says: - When I commenced taking
itierhaye's Holland linters, I could .hardly walk—now, I
enjoy excellent health."
EALINES OF THE STOMACH AND INDIGESTION.
Another Great Gao-c bylrectal by Bocrhgre't Holland Bitten.
—The wife of Peter De Witte, hiring in Holland Town, She
boyann county, Wisconsin, suffer,' much from weakness of
We stomach mid Indigestion. She had been under a physi
cian's care for some time, but the disease seemed to baffle
even his skill. 'She purchased some Holland Bitten, at our
offin., which has given tone to her stomach, her appetite am!'
strength are returning, and we firmly believe that this is .
another great cure of ect,sl by . your Mediethc. . •
ee
have still to record many wonderful cures effected by - -
this remedy. but most wait another opportunity. Ono thin
you Cali rely upon , What we hare pliblififfed sirs from pea
much respected in ~or community, and are literally true.
Qmstna,
Editor Sheboy g an Nleowbode, - 13tieboygart, Wis.
A (Its, of Two Month? &otzefingeurnl ktjßacrhate's Hol
land bitters.—George Henderson, of Pittsburgh, says: "Alter
suffering for three tnontlis with rhoumatism—a part of the •
limo no severely us to comae roe to my hoed—l have been
entirely cured by using Beerhare's Holland Bitten.. I hare
had one attack since, bat -found -almost instsugtaneous relief
in the same medicine. It is, in my opinion r n Sure remedy
for rbetimathan."
NERVOUS AND RHEUMATIC AFFECTIONS.
Tide clam-suable weather is•likely to produce a great deal
of sickness. ' To persons troubled with nervous or rberunatic
affections, we would recommend Boerhaye's Holland Bitters.
Onreferring to our columns you will lied certificates from
some
. vr taw first Gentian and English citizerts.—Flintsyf
',Wilt/ Sends &dung.
THE -Wt./BST 1 , 01t7.1 OF PILES CAN BE CURED.
We are at liberty to refir to several well known gentle-
Ines. woe Lace 1:4011, tharooghly tested. and now recommend
Boerhare's Hollat .1 Bitters au a renneii for piles. We aro
not at liberty to poi list their names, lint will' take pleasure
in referring, any per.: _z to them who denies this statement.
. . .
For thiA aff.:ction., ono-half of the prrAeribed dose should
t.• taken—Hay tal/f-teal9,,nful—worulzl, noon and night,
one hour before
_ .
The n.reut poimlurity orthis delightful Aroma has induced
many bait:ilia., which the public should Kaard against pur
riedi.:. Re not persuaded to buy anythin g else Instil you
host given lloe rliave's Holland !litters a fair trial. One bot
tle ,‘ UI road Two you how infinitely superior it Is to all thtsa
ui i tat ion 4.
4.,5- Sold at $1 per bottle. or six bottles tor $5, by the solo
pr,ml ietors, ItiLNJAIII.S7 PAUP,„ Jo., & CO,
;Manufacturing Pharmaceutists nud Chemists,
cur. Smithfield and Third amts, Pittsburgh.
It. E. t4kLuEns & CO, Deim4sts,
corner ....3ecouti and Wood streets.
And all Druggists iu Pittsburgh, Aliegherky, 1 4r - nlingilaMt
Mancljester and Temperancerills. nep2pAticly
A PNE,VOJEkNON IN MEDICIAX.
Health Restored and Life Lethened
MORSE'S NVIGORATEVG
IT WILL replace weakness with, strength,
incapacity with efnciency, irregularity with uniform and
natural activity, and this not only without hazard of reac
tion, but wills a happy effect on the guttural organization.
44f . B.fir in mind that all maladies, wherever they begin;
finish with the nervous system, and that the par}dization of
the nerve of motion and sensation is plrysicalvdth. Bear
in mind, also, that for Nvery 'kind of n er vous t sen ,, e , that
Elixir Cordial is the only reliable preparation known.
CURE. ON NEsvots DISEASES.
No Lingnagyi can convey an adequate idea of the inunedi
e and almost iniraculuu, change which it occsuilous in the
;eased, debilitated and shattered 1101 - VOUS system, whether
ken down by CV . 1,01, weak by nature, or Iniviired by
It neat the unstring and relaxed tar,auization is at once
.wed, revivified and built up. The mental and plivskal
totataitB of ten•one eikenso Vanish topnlfrr rind, its intin
aice. Nor U; tho elfect temporary; for the Cordial properties
if tho inedi.-ino reach the ikelt, and Testore it
lE=
Confusion, gidffine., rush of blood to tho hmS, meloncholy,
' - 441 of o,lf-degtruction
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ICREXIMA
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A GREAT MF.D _
Tito imparull, Its! effects .4' this
miplaints accident w fottutics, marl; a new ern 14
f medicine, Thousands of stimulants have iraen - inv en ted—
ionsands of invigcrants concocted—all purporting to be
os-nled in tirc Various diseases and derangements to which
to delicate formation of woman render her liable.
EVERY IVO3-‘I.N 01 SENSE.
Who suffors from weaki e tleran,e, ment, nervousness. tre
mors, pains In th s hack. or any other disurder, whether pe
culiar to her sex, ur common to both sexes—ahotildgive the
Invigorating Cordial atrial.
MARRIED PERSONS,
Or others, will find I.lt Cordial, alter they hare used a Lot
tie or two, a thorough regenerator of the system. In all
directions ore to he touted the happy parents of healthy off
spring, who would not have been so but' for'this extraordi
nary preparation. And It is tiltplaily potent for the many
diseases for which it is resoommondell. Thousands of young
non have been restored by using it, and not in a single in
snuacs has it failed to benefit them.
PERSONS OF PALE COMPLE.NaON,
Or consumptive habits, are resaored by tlut use of a bottle or
two to bloom and vigor, changing the skin from a yel
low, sickly color,-to a le:maul florid complexion.
TO TIM MISOIDDED.
These are somo of the end and melancholy effects produced
by early habits of youth, weakness of the hack nod
limbs, pains in the head, dinuu.s of sight, loss of muscular
power, palpitation of the heart,' dyspepsia,
detruigemont of the digestive functlouscgenoral de
bility, symptoms of consumptions,
Mentally, the fearful effects on the „toted are much to be
dreaded. Loss of memory, confusion of 1,165, depres,sion of
spirits, evil forchodin c gs, aversion: to "moiety, aelklistrust,
love of solitude, timidity, etc., ale ienalii - of tpb evils produced.
All thus afflicted,
BIIFORII CONTESIPLATINtI
Should reflect that a sound wind and body are the most no.
cessnry requisites to proinote connubial happineo; indeed,
without these, the journey through life beconie4 a weary
pip ti i,,,,,,the,pr o spect hourly darlfens therviowfthe mind
becomes shadowed with despair, and filled with the melan
choly reflection that tiny happiness of another heroines
blighted with your own;
CADTIONI
Dr. Morse'slinvigorating Cordial has been counterfeited by
some unprincipled person,
In future, nil the genutneCordial will have; the proprietor's
fac-similo pasted over &quirkof tlli the follow
ing words blown in the • • • •
Dr. Morse's Invigorating lbordLal.
ralgf.kr :liopr4o..r, 'N. T.
The Cordial b put np, highly 6niantilitekiZtl , " t bottles
three dollars - per bottlei' two -furtive do she for
twelve dollars.RlNG, , ,i?r9prlefor, •
• -192'Braminnv, N. T.
'fold by Druggists throughOnt*tkitid.gtfite-S, Canada
*Allis West. ladies.
AGEXTSf .
pits - limit Dn. UEO. 11. KIIII8g; . 1 4 140 Wood Bt-: ~- - - -- ' '..•:*
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Egsenci , of at6nlca
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mbott; irllretikp..sMiiustrglon'of thOPVll.ofauctias,
it 12 Ot iricti.A#o.2W'ya4le,"Thiring 05.tritcaleficobt epidemic
aialera stantoer-eoltiplabw, t,t peeplia4'oflicncious;
flead l withbat it.
GiornolF:-le tui; to- ZeCt.h, gonine Zikace' which Is
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Pr,...u4,l''ealir' et Drw!" - and Chemical
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