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VOLUME XVI ,
PITTSIIII if NORNING. POST.
( Sandal , / emzeptac)
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O..NLY ONE DOLLAR PER 11411,
Gitagl.s 2..wrszetirAtoesay - - - 8U par: sent um.
COT ALL TUE CURRENT NEWS
0? TILLE DAV, Litorari, Agricaltaral s Oonnatz
aliz Paper t.c , Lai; a the LiEGIST St a, and neatly prints
on Ene vhita raper, in large, clear type, will be ibutid - by
the szberriber to ciee bettar eat;..afartion than any paper
pea' bF3it Pittal:avi.,h.
Thav wiet to tat.. a paper from Plitabargb, will And
' - ne &IiADAI rota` e mie and proatabla Investment.
Adiree4, pilituus P. BA m,
E.litor !Ind PrOilriStOr.
BA RR ag: MYERS'
BOOK AND JOE OFFICE,
QS'S' BUILDING /S.
Cotner of Fifth and Wood Streets,
untienigaed having made extensive
athiltione of :1..1 .170 NDSONIRST STYLE
TYPE, and itorsc•.ve.i 'Machinery, to the MORNING POST
jr•B OFFICE, invitc the thintion of Hail Road - Officer
t'ercb.ante, :ac•a, and tha public generally, to their
for cr.c-mting with dispatch, on rev:anal:lla
cinia„ all kinds of
.3E ff., aO A, fit ,
E C Nl' Lt,
tVata OTEI=I DRECUPTION OF
PLAIN & FANCY PRINTING
I.elag, nearly all new, we can glva matt
aL.cc ' sad will.: orders
La R 043.1 LILLo AND CAlipth,
:,IiTEbK.S, BLANK NOT 49,
Ll'iTiß =Li, BILL EUJ)3,
11Iii LADING, CGDOLFLAUS,
PAPER BOOKS, DEMIB,
MORTGAGES, BONDS, ac,,
41zio ta paid to the printing
Cf ?:;c. f.r Ooncerth, Ballibitioun and
BABA & 153YERS.
Me People's - Shoe store.
D. S. DIEF,FENBACELER &CO',
ec,-;.2h D.Rifira in kinds of Dadtionablo
BOOTS, SHOES AID GLITgIiS,
eer ta=lomen, Fates, Youtha end Children,
Rs). Etre.t, moss Market,
o PITTSBURGH, PA.
k rzat.ut .......... JO Ens on. ...S. A. SOIINAON
PE.RRIIi Al JOHNSON,
Proprietors of Childs ts Oole
Patent igtlastie Fire and Water-Proof
133 TILLED STILEST.
ORI.)EIiS for ROOFING promptly and faith
fully exe....-Lted, and all oar work warrantod.
Roofing material atwaya on hand, and fat' sale, with di
m-bow tor r.t.:k. saptly
dO2. LIAMILTON poc,
ENGEtEEEP.S AND 'r e,
03rner of Pm: am! 2.43erty streets, Ptasbutvh,
II PERI 0 B. STEAM ENGINES for Grist
u :(1 Hi - a:a - eller, Printing Faiabiratiments,
UarmincterhA, made to order. They also continua tha
manufacture of their Gelebratsd Mschinista' TOPLI, such as
. ing Lathes, iron Phthris, Bering and Drilling:4er chines,
lEc. Alas, Wrotilr,ht Iran .3b_aftirig, with Pulleys, Hangers,
tc. kc. jaftlyd
JOkkrii TROMPSON al. a. , C .
R OUSE PAINTERS GLAZIERS ANDG RALNERS, No. 1d Third Etna:: SIGN PAINT
138 executed with neatness add do patch- Paints,
Oils, Turpentine, Varnish, Japan and English Patent Dry
ern, Ville Llontalgrie Flack, a vary superior artiolo; Phila
delphia and Piunbnrgh Mate &ALI aiwayn on band and for
Late. We are prepared to grind cairn's for Painters, Drug-
Msm, or (ahem, at the Ehorte3t notice, us we have a Mill
which grinds by steam rasters will save money by get ,
c..d7n t.round vim tmrs:ly
GOIAD AND SILVER 5P ECTAOLES,
a.A UPACIri'REtR , 3 •PIEtICIES.
or weighing spirits, tta cholpest and beat articles evar
brought to thin city.
TEERMO - ol=ii.B AND BABOXITEDIttI,
saying in p7lce SZO
tway3 on hand I,c Q. E. SHAW'S,
Tra.:tizal Opt aan, f.B Mh &reel.
caOS wi o= litaQuio HalL
B, C. J. a. SAWYER,
AND ROSIN SOAPS
w 6cat glroalOPlttablargh, Pa.
T\ISSOLUTION OP PAATNERSHIP. ••••
The firm of BAVTOB.TH BRO. I: BROWYLRE waa,
the&l of May, Ma, dissolved by tantaal coneent,by the
withdrawal of JEOU Lif..WORTIL from the above firm.
The accowite of the Late flrn. will La eettled by HAWORTH
nriu 'LAMOUR, in withdrawing from the above
arm, kindly ih-Ln!re his former rztrona and alao the patrons
the late firm, fer the very Uhcrl patronage he has re
ccived, and would kindly recommend them to hie eacceaarma„-
ILAMORT/1 it BROW NLEE, AS they are datertiohied to sell
at low flgarea, having a very large assortment of OBRA.P
CiIIOOEBLES, WINEd and LIQUORS on band.
. LAITLD HAWORTH and. JAMES- BROWNLEE
have thia day associated together, and will continue on the
nnsineaa at the OLD STAND, corner of Diamand .and Dia
mond alley, under the aty - le of HAWORTH EF BROWNLEE,
where they hope to receive that patronage so Übangi: 10m
to the old firm, as they are determined to Bell OHEIAPER
than any ether Store in the city.
Office of Sealer of Weights and
OFFICE OF THE UNDERSIGNED,
.4, REALER 01 WILIGHTI AND iniaSPßllB,
Way be tonna benwforth, In Cherry alley, between Third
ado/ rbarth streets, where orders moy be left.
mr1.3. - tf OF BLES-BABNETT.
S. HAVEN'S Elastic Steel Pets just
received, and for sale at ttio Stationary Store,
}eV) Nod. 3 1, 83 and BS Market droet.
111 HE FRANKLIN A_LXIA.NAC FOR 1859:i
—This well-known and popular annual, formerly pub
titled tty Johnston Stockton, after a lapse of Jean, will
.gain abortly be issued. The circulatlons as formerly will
o made by tJe skilllni mathematician, Sanford 0. Hill,
ee.le who will also prepare for its pages such reading nist•
ar as will make it an entertaining and instructive inaga.
inc. Besides the reliable estronoiniml calculations, a new
..nd ingenious table of tirne;an accurate method 01 drawing
aeridian lines, and other matters of permanent value will
Orden of book•eellere and other_ dealers are aolielbaria
!vane of publication, as but on edition will be printed,
.ed orders will be tilled =cording to realty.
WM. 0. JOHNSTON a 00.,
abliabers, Printers, Stationers, and Blank Book Makers,
El - Wood street, Pittsburgh. je22
aILOUR.-40 bbls. choice superfine for sale
63 Y JAS. EZTZEa,
tai SS& tuutzt =I- gird Its.
NIONB.-10 bbla Onions for faltb_r_
ingt BUIX /1
HOTELS - &,RaiTAURANTS.
BLAIRSVILLE, INDIANA COUNTY, PA.,
COL. ROBT. EVANS, Proprietor,
UAVING PURCHASED TLIES HOUSE,
frorasittioir weil•kin4a:ProPfletii , .. o - D. Mar
kOr, Esq. and refitted ft, I ain new prepared to receive and
a;commedete,v4ltortt..; Tce,roatea are . , larr
wail Inruitibth.'"A"gorid table alway%i pro, t..1,7d
In oonnez•Oon with the House, there id Oti: It oud I lv,ty
Stable. Ternia EnJetate. COL 1t I VA N
WIL LIA• 111 C. (I ALLAG 11 11,
:Via tunas le new, hunt evecially for the i 11/,1,0.1
First Class iiestnurunt and ,t}al,',os i. and the pr.prieter bur
14g tad unsay yaura expurhinca 4n the bnineee will
constantly on band, the best that the unuitota effori
Wines, Liquor Melia:re of the haat quality. nu wants
all hie obi trlEnda and the public generally to give him a
call at the Bymptitaticii. -
lacelsior liegtaurant, :•L4. 7. / 54 2 )
.N.p. 111 WOOPfitreet e
JAMES KATER, Proprietor.
LAKE AND EASTERN FISH SOLD
'Wholesale and Retail, at,!he lowest cash prices.
Largo supplies of idelons,-Peachis, and &rout Potatoes
received daily. Also, New York Prince's Bay Egg Harbor,
Shell Oysters, the finest evesttought to this city. Every
delicacy of the season constantly on hand, and unread up in
the moat palatable step, ',Don't forget the Excelsior Nes
tanrant, No. 111 Wood street. 4E4
Corn•r Irwin Stimit. 'and Duque n• Way,
B. 1). MARKER
. (Formetly of the "Marker aortae," Blatreville Pa.)
TH E SCOTT HOUSE-IS NOW CON.
PLLTRD AND OPEN. FO.ROURSTS. It ix analiteti
in a central part of the city,heing convenient to Ruilroad
Depots and Steamboat Landings.
The llouae was built model n imtrove•
manta, and fitted up In eplandidfityle--the entire Furniture
being 110117--Ellid will In evotrvespect be a first clans
rine STABLES are attached to the preminea... Lje1.2.7
=..fir.,,FALLYOUNG,. ,Fll7ll STBSara •
kgs Es t; The attention of itiatchaats ,!-- -- - u
laid'othert - 14 directed to 'thlif. 'c"
eatablialunent, which has beat zetently fitted. .
Wp foi "the jperpode of ' affordink a BUBBTAII: . '
TrATt ICATINO-1100.88 IN .. A CENTLA, LOCATION!
Oonutry folkt attending market are particularly invited to
WI: , Everything pertaining to an •PATING BAIRON will
always be found, of the freeiteat the market afford'.
atainytikw - -
THE .. NATIONAL SALOON ,
Ouder Ez'osterin New National Trieste. 0,
U. BARNARD, - - - PROPRIETOR,
- LIAS FITTED UP IN A TASTEFUL
and cumiortable style, the large centre dare In'the
ODD IiSLLOWB HALL, Fifth street, as a PIRST.OLASS
B.RSTA.URA.NT and SALOON. Having had many years'
experience in the baldness, he prepared.to supply the beat
the market affords. Hla.drart'ailt be turnisherlat all Vines
With the boat Wines, Liquors and Alen. The entrance tr.
the Saloon, is in the centre 'of the Hall, and refreshments
will be furnished stall times, DAY and NIGHT (Sundays
GDR. PENN'A AVENUE 4- THIRD ST.,
A. F BEURIDGE
H. W. KANAGA.
UO Se HOTEL,
Opposite the P 11122111. iiisilroagil Depot,
.11AliltDEBilliD, P.& [Jots
PORMEIELLY U.. 8. HOTILL,
JAMES SHANNON, Proprietor.
Films nousv, IS LOCATED ON THE
corer of Pktil7 and wax:dm:4.74.)N Streets; between
the CENTRAL AND WESTERN RAM - WAD DEPOTS, and
hat undergone a thorough improvement, remodeled and
forniahed with now farniture, and la now the most conve•
dent Hotel in Pittsburgh, for Travelers try 4ailroud, East
MANSION HOUSE, GEORGE A.:ITRENTZ
pr.OPRII4OII No. 844 Liberty street,Putt beside the
Passenger Depot of the Penneylvania Railroad, which makes
it the mostconvoalent house hi- the city for paavengers CATS.
Sing by that road.
gate proprietor liming, at ronstderebler expense, fitted up,
in exoellent style„,the I'dANSION.4OIII3II, would respect
fully solicit a sluice of public.petronaggo. There is attached
& eplendid STABLE and extensive WAGON YARD, &fiord.
tug ample accommodation to travelers andlowndera.
Larder and Ear will be tarnished with the beat the market
can a,:: d. febly
ratiITARY GOO DS.
TEL SUBSOMBEBS LEAVE CONSTANT
LY c n'laud a ocmpleta awl!
tl Vi 1: 1 / 2 .3.45,
EILli AND DIINTING FLAGS MADE TO ORDER.
.1 O. B. DIFFALDEIEN fit. 80.5.
mylB 95 MARKET STREET.
Alms_ MILLINGAIt; MONONGAIIE LA
EP PLANING Mn .C., would respectfully Inform the public
that be has rebuilt since the fire and having enlarged hit
establishment, and wed-it-Wlth tbit newest Ana:moat ep.
proved machinory, Is ficiVpitipciredls - ftumisli - llooring and
planed boards, ecrowl sawing and reeawing, doors, sash exd
abutters, kfin dried, frames, mouldings, box maklus, Ao.
South Pfttstrurgh,Septonaber 7, ON. : re.-10;
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
• A:. • plivAiduktilz.
of Fourth and Smithfield directs,
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT
he has received hie Spring Assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS,
Of the newest styles, best quality and most elegant descrip•
tiOC/B, which he id prepared to manufacture to order in the
LATEST ?45410N O,
Ami withauruacharacteratworkmanship,as cannot fail
to sanity and please the most fastidious tabtel, [myl9
Lippincott, Shorten & PgarBoll,
NO. 10t•WOOD.14!=1iT, NEAR urrs.
M.ANIJFACTURERS OF - TRUNKS, Va
uoDs4.Easand Niutet BoXeq, Ladiett . .Travelioa
Trunks, Carpet Ban a t keep nonatantly ton hand a largo
stock. We are p to a wholesale tande, and hay.
log facilities - to turnout good stock at rtalttood Rim, we
etonid Invite the Itn - Ffitonal ' and mobilo& atm goo4e be.
61.ENTS' SHOES AND GAITERS.
0 V. Id
A 11 4 I
1 A g E 8
a P• 0 B
8' 0 11 It A P • tY
A OE 13TORII, A
I No. 17 MTH 81'. 1
INDIA RIIBBBIL .CURRY COMBS.--The
best article use, Just received at die India Rubber
Depot, 28 and 28 Bt. Glair erect.
m 122 J. & H. PHILLIPS. •
/IIL: OLOTEL- (113481,—.1.51Xt yards - of
pstteitii and wilt a, Jost r..=fred - froni the Lao.
tory, for sale wholesale othwtail, by
J. k IL 1111 W"
DIY= 26 and 25. Obdr Areal .
42.LA58.-300 boxes assorted Adzes ' indow
AA Glass, good conrctry broad, for— y, - •
_ :f• .1: • :
ItooldB.-50 dos. reel and for rola by.,
. nuin HENRY IL COLLIN&
- G l lBll.-500, p4okspOildte Fish, Salmon,
taitt - Trouktle bY ILVOUX I I 3 :-
TNO. D. ItiVCREAR VS OQL'D PRINTING
- 137si3=Sciiirby — Trzar24l ,J. a WNEJ)III,
VOILN.-10 buggigatiti Q0i4:z0(X11 V 411
Ika tar We • • : • : : +.l -
OOUNTRY FACON —:-PX)
jacca , nun; :41:touldera wad Bidee, ieceiveirsnd-PX
miKs JAS. 16-Mgaity
aorofur Hort* sitid Writ 11/1"
-gain And: fitic y ja w. •
always on band at and 'Jae shade
gti Sc. slab arm.
PUBIASHED DAILY BY JAMES P. BARR, AT THE " POST BUILDINGS," CORNER OF WOOD A►ND FIFTH STREETS; AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM
fil ARK ER ' DOUSE,
Tls 'MY [PiSI~ ~d
Ajih Ne Door io Pittsbur,r).
Wadi - 59!i1 V+ Via? Or
SP fill LETTE 8 ,
TA4 , S.ELS, i.TO
tauritaa WIY )VIL IWIPICANTA A? ABORT 110/101
ADAM!'' (MRNJ SHELLER.
„ . . . math) e.
Mined bitters paten:, dated 17th;Anguit. 1858, for a new
and pimple luatrament ,or BEEBLLLNO truly neat,
compact and portable,, combining durability, utility and
cleanneka; n neowary appendage to overy farmer's barn,
nolcoramd t, the people of the U.ait6 1 States at a very
19 price We have no "Patent Right]” for sale, but
manufacture and sell the article at oar works. Owing to ita
compact form It Ls destined snort to bi,..one an aril - le ~f
trade in evert , Hardware Meichante' ate Ii
The sLichitic-a are of two 'Veal, weighing only about 35
and 60 . poundi, and may be 84cl:trod to a vat, pillar, or door,
m pan would a coffee mill. 'We add ao more when seen,
it speaks for itself.
sall3mdaw LIVINIIeIiW, .I'.ICLA ND hOO
IT IS THE CHEAPEST, SIMPLEST; SMALLEST,
WI/1 Chuff 1 w a as Fast as any'ra the thittecrSittiee
IT -LS PERFECTLY ADAPTED
to the Clexulng of .11 Sec4l4, flute th.., Cl.
tunallest to the krgesf, wittmat waste,
only twenty inches wide, bit rnnet be s^e
be appratiatel Farmer., alti , terse urere, are
cbanka gad et vrybudy ttl,.e. are iuvu. d t t,te
its preetlcal working, at thc store uLtb./ to, St. Charles
0. tls FIFTII S'FREE T.—
DURABLE, igßk",- , AND: - , , WArftit PROOF
JO SEP % - intiall AN,
(Recently Agent for H. Df,. W.oare u & !c) , )
SATURATED CAN VAS ROOF! NU,
COPPICE, Nu. 85 FIFTH biIt.E.NT. opposite 041 Pei
'Owe Hall. Pittsburgh,
THE UNDERSIQNED BEGS LEAVE TO
inform his friends and tho public Lu gentrul, Chit ha
In In tho daily receipt of this dviicions Baer, from the well
known Brewery of J. N. Straub, Allegheny Cal, It having
been pronounced to be the beet that was ruaucitliauri , .l here
far many years, OLltifi, TASTEPUI, and PIIIt.E. Give me
a call and try It. JOHN ROTH,
apl4:tf At his old stand, '1.43 Diaruend.
AT MANUFACTURERS' PRIOES,
Always ou hand, and fur tale st
ACA I) FROM OR. JAMES M. J.,\ R
RIM, OF THE NEW YORK LU ['JO INFIRM
Aglf.—My connection for the peat eight yoata with the
' above, institution, as Chief Physielnn.tind a twalvo•yeara'
; manta of Ateady devottom to the ,ore of Pulnlonar i , Can.
gumption and Ca- kindred dilemma, together with my un
ri,v ailed opporto n hies and advantage of pathological research
.ielded got u little hy a peract system of limiest/ Jokoz.
tion—liattenabied me to usrive of a cizcistve, direct aod bp,
r,Sasfol cour s iosii ttIAtu.AELA fur the positive and redkal cute
of all dire - sacs of the throat, Lungs, er:d Air•Paswges il-,
Inhalation, the vapor and carat/ye properties of medicine/
ate directly adrcesed to the di,e.iel organs and the iate 6 u
niout Ido not advise the use of Medical Inhalation of r,i, ;
krid, to the exclusion of ger.sra/ trraO•rs:M; 4;1 altnough '1
nsiarr it a ureful r......invt,,t in me pAiper atanegalauut of
1 1 , 4. 0 te - e4il and wall - LEA.' di., or I demeitt.very-ma
o ,s ssar y that each patient should have the bonellr-of both
gifr eral and local treatment. The anceese of my troatnierit
id the above diseases, and the high character of the I ustitn-
Chu over wilt , h I have au long hug the honer tapreelde,aro
tdo Well 'know/11.i anon` any Luldgv - or cora ;limit front me.
Ai the solicitation of many private ami profevelooal frit role,
through whose plillanth:opt.i old the above charity bat boon
'dog and iiberally sr:pp:and; and after duo consideration, I
have concluded to make such arrangements as will bring
the tanellts of my expermenta and treatment terittis the
roach of ail, and not conane myself, as umetaforis, to thole
only who et,lered the 'With - tory or I/ ',:o were able to bait
eV af my ol2co - Wiping theref,re that the arrangement
wlll give entire eatisfsction, t....th to my prorettrional broth
rein and - the public, I would respectfally announce' in cup
cbastact, that Icon now be consulted personalty or by lcNte,on
all diseases as above, and that' the medicines, ths !NM° as
vt}ed in the bletitlilielli_PrePe,r; , d to bait cikil ludividual
o d s e. 1 4 4 4 4* 74:prini Akificui inhalers, di;.,, &-,&-,v ill be
fdrarded by express to any part of the United States c.:
the Cana:lax Inatur—Nly terms of treatment by letter are
as follews, friar $l2 per month for each patient tshich 'will
include -. tnedfaine'inifflciont for one mouth's two; also, In
ol.zigVetpor, and an'lnhaling Aprramtus: P; !mantas fol
I 1'13:10 to be paidlo Express Agent on'rects - . .A of the box
Medicine, and the balance $8 at the - exptraticrn'cf the
month, If the path nt be cared or is entirely satisfied with
the trratment: ' Patlents,'by Elvtu r. fall Watery' tit their
.cdrie, and their symptuM3 in inli,..tan totroafed as well by
loiter acts , pot,lonalVdtamtnittiOra Te.tienta Orsiiing them
selves of Dr. J'arrett'strearmstit may r'eli upon iniordtate
an I perixtanentrelief, as be seltioM haat" trust a case,' over
thirty days. Lotion for'aviFe promptly aneWured. For
further partici/lard, address'
.121.1d'E8 et, JAIIIINIT, 31. D..
No. 841 Broadway, cor.'Pwelfth St., N Y.
'P. B.—Physicians and others visiting the city are re
spectfully invited to call at the Infirmary, where many
hiteresting cases cam be witnessed, and where our im
proved wifristratto for the 4/halation of medicated vapor
* be seen and inspected. Jy3o:Bm
Il Vflu L+ r,
PURE BLACKBERRY AND CHERRY
BRANDY, for medicinal pix.rwac. i v t
FrAWOBITH k BROWNLEE'S,
Jed in the Diamond.
Gude, !freight Bills,
Chtillar d, Dray Itecelphr,_
Bill Heade, Labala,
• Railroad Receipts, Rills Lading,
:With every other description: of Job Printing, erecn tad
with promptnesa and wt.fhir prim. .
J. B. WBLDIN,
Printer and INutier,
royal,, •Waa'd street, dear Fourth.
LA 0 I L . -
60 barrela Extra No. 1 Lard Oil;
• 26. '• No. 2 Lard 014 GU bawl and tor male,
frl32/41 11. 0. a .l. a. SAWYER.
JAV4_. COFFEE.--Just received a lot of
steady pure Old Government Jar' Coffee. Also, La
gayra and Rio Oa" at 44101/1.9' TEA wrong,.
0 04 • 88 PIM street.
VELLUM COPYING BOOKS—For sale by
1019 J. It. WELDIN.
COOPERS . WANTED-2 Good Coopers
Na Wanted to work on tight work—good wages given—
andnorustant employment. Inquire of
JAB. A. REIT'ARW,
DRIED APPLES-50 bushels Dried Ap
ples, Just received and for sale by
ISIcedIiIDLESB, =ANS s CO
Lorne: Wood cud Water streets.
PAINTING AND PLASTERING, wanted
1n exchange for two lota of ground.
ala B. CUTHBERT & faON, 61 Market. et.
NOTICE. Tie Co-Partnership of BAGA
UV, COBSSAVII & 00. euopired by ihnitathm, o
first inetant. The business will be' cculdrmed by W
BAGALEY ut 18 and 21) Wood street, who will settle up the
business of the late firm. W. -11Af1,8,1P,T
JOEIN 8 . OC*B6IIA,II.
Pittsburgh, July 22d, 1858.—jy23:t1
IMPORTANT TO BUYERS,—We have
howldhood-Upan the imuntin a lot of BOILED GAIT-
Ilia and 8110E24 . which we offer CELEA.P. Call and exam
ine them. All kinds of summer wear selling at The 'moot
reasmable prlcoa. Mimes' Gaiters, black and colored, with
oad without heels, low. Children's Fancy Shoos, of the
newest styles. We have still a few Alon'a Futunt Leather
Gaiters left, now selling at greatly reduted prices.
jylo Na 1T Fifth street, near Market.
ID YE , FLOUR.--20 bbls. fresh ground Rye
IRourfust received-and-for onto by
*IP Corner - te3l and Pint sta.
tURE:AIQUORS:--A large supply of
..,yittics — itii4 [mon, strictly pare for modlcal purwroa.
arichlritan article that can be relied on forynrl4,
alloalst call azicaacalu z i
t ai doc. JOB.
ac 4 PJ.lng
ITTSBt - teal. WEDGIES DAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1858.
ItOOFING ,Ul-ILLA }',
eiANUPVTUIV2g. AND 'DEAL4,
WARR EN'S le R. I. , e Ni
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JOB - 141?11 EtonvL'ii,
THE DAILY POST.
The lrue Press, in order to gain votes tor
Tom Williams, has all along pretended to far
vor the Democratic ticket. and P. i•; P
son, Hight Sheriff .1 ti e• .1 A.
Surve., :r of tl Pe:: of Pittsburgh,
and other Deinnerate, have paid the money
raised 1)y Dettlue rat, for the campaign to this
Black Republica)) j,,drilal. The, County Corn-
LLer' I I lie party have 0 )v) illy adopted it
as tlo•ir medium of nominunieation, Ishth the
public, arid pay it all the money within their
contr))l. The hireling. sheet to:whiCh thcAe
men have given their patronage has not said,
one word* in favor of the Demcieratic ticket;
and dare not do so, for fear of driving Rep.ub
bean votes from Mr. Turn Williams: :' • The
mendacious scribblers who aid Mr. Williams
in tilling 114.41:3 columns, charge the Poet with
a want ef lidceriq in supporting the ticket
because it advocates its election on truly.
Democratic grounds, and the warm admirers
of Tom Williams, snug in Demeratic offices,
privately say the same thing, for nut ono of
them dare boldly to father the lie.
Un Monday, we published an article in fa ,
vor of the Democratic ticket, which every one
who sincerly desires its success, applauds and
approves. We asked the True Press, to copy
it arid chargi, the Post. True Press,
notwithstanding it has been the recipient of
the money paid for campaign purposes, by
these very,candidates whose election we are
advocating, refuses to publish the article WON
der the flimsy excuse that it will not trust
the Poet. This is cool, when that concern is
already in our debt. It owes us and doubtless
intends to repudiate the debt as it had done
an obligation of its paper maker, accompany
ing the refusal to pay, with personal violence
upon:its creditor, fur daring to ask for what
be was entitled to. The truth is, Mr. Wil
liams hates the. Democracy so bad,-.that he
will nut publish anything in favor of our
The True Piers eanmit shirk the matter by
refusing to trust the Post, which it already
uwes, and as it wuuld seem, does not ifltend
to pay. Wt 3 again i•ec t uest the True, Press,
o publish the article from Monday's Post in
favor of the Democratic ticket, and if the
publication amounts to more than it now owes
us, we will not settle the matter as Kennedy
tried to do with Perkins, his paper maker, by
a blow in the mouth, but by hard cash, ap
article notwithstanding the large charites it
has received from the Democratic office hold
ers and candidates, the True _Press is said
badly to stand in need of, if paper makers and
others tell the truth about it.
If the 7!rue Press favor the election of the
Democratic ticket in sincerity,it cannot object
to insert the article. lit can have payment in
advance for all excess over what it owes ti:4, if
it desires it, but the Democracy are very de
sirous that it should make some show of sup
porting the ticket, in return for the Demo•
oratic funds it has received.
We are willing to pay out of our own pocket
in aid of the ticket, for having the article refer
red to palished. We desire the True Press
to insert it, and we will not permit it to shut.
fle the matter as it has attempted. Dare it
say a word in favor of the Democracy' Will
Tom Williams let it. We shall sea.
77 Market str eet
REPVOIATIOai---WiliAT ROES lUR. a V
PHAN AN THINK. OF IT.
We republish this morning a communica •
tion which appeared in yesterday's Post with
some verbial corrections, in which the write:
inquires whether Mr. Buchanan favors repu
diaC,.,Tg. We eau answer. that be does not
favur it, nor does ho favor the course which
some misguided Democrats aro now pursuing
in Allegheny county, on the Anti-Tax quee ,
tion. Neither does Mr. Bigler, Judge Black,
nor any one (,f the leading spirits of the
Democratic, party—all Pennsylvanians—favor
their course. .n the contrary, they regard
this question as purely a judicial, not a political
one, and one which must be decided in tk.
forum of the highest Courts, and not by the
excitemento of the . polls. It is a grave and im.
portant question—too grave and too import.
ant to be entrusted to the influences of dem
gogues and political tricksters—but which
must be calmly examined, considered and ad,
judged by the men whom the people have ap.,
pointed to this high duty for their learning,
their sound judgment, and impartial honesty
The great men, of the party like Mr. Bu
chanan, Mr. Bigler, and Judge Black, have too
much regard for their high position to show
favor to any movement Which arrays the
Democratic party, against the laws of the
They favor the election of John Birming
ham to Congress in the X.X.Ild district, and
they regard with pain and humiliation, the
base attempts which have been iaade to
throw the Democratic vote of that district in
favor of a' L lilaok Bepublican. They desire
that the Democrats of this district should ad
here to their principles and to their organi,J
zation, and vote one and all for Mr. Birmingp
ham, the only Democratic candidate for Con
gress in the district.
Thane remarks are not mere : assertion.
We beg that the Democracy will understand
that we have authority for all we say.
We think it would be a benefit to all con
cerned, if employers generally of the two
cities would close their places of business ou
Friday, and give all persons in their emploi
lin opportunity to attend the State Fair. The
mechanics and workingmen, and their wives
and children, would be glad of such a moves
went ; so would the clerks and salesmen in
the stores, and if the suspension of business
for the day is made general, it can injure no
one, but prove a day of pleasure and enjoy
ment to all. We make the suggestion, and
hope it may he generally adopted. The work
ing people in this city have too few holidays,
and too little leisure. Give them a day to
themselves on Friday, that they may enjoy
the fair, and listen to the eloquent address
which Gen. Stokes will deliver on that day at
the fair grounds. We speak for the workers.
Let them have their share of the enjoymentS
of life. It is their right'.
Mr. 'Blackland, in his Natural History, thus
explains the phenomenon of Frog showers:
It has generally been in August, and often
after a season of drought, that, these hordes of
frogs have made their appearance; but, with -
Mrs. Siddons, exclaim, " How gat they
there?" Siniply as follows : The animals have
been hatched, and quitted their tadpole state
and their pond at the same time,- days 'before
they becama - Caible to, or rather observed by,
mortal eyes.. Finding it unpleannt in the hot,
parched fields, and- also running a great chance
of being then and there dried up by the heat of
the sun, they wisely retreated to the - coolest and
dampest places they could iind, viz: under clods
and Stones, where, en ~aiicetuat their';‘,lnskjt
color, they escape abaci*: _., Down comes , the
rain, and out vitae the frogs; pleased 'with' the
change., Fortbyritk appears an article in the
country papers, the good folks dock to see the
Democratic Nomination for Congraao. -
_phenomenen. :, beta are. the :: frogs hopping Weidel, Esq., of Lebanon - county, about;_the.visitors remember the - shower, and a
has been nominaetd as the Demoorptic candi- " simple comitryman" swears that the' frop fell
date for Congress in the Tenth District. - He in the el:Lower, and'he saw them fall. Frog, vis
itors, ocumtrymon, editors, are all pleased, and
is a gentleman irreproachable character. nobody undeceives them, nor are they willing to
and cloorio to be elected. be =deceived.
f WON'T DO
GIVE US A HOLIDAY.
The Athhitle .Te/egzhph,table.
De Santy is again - t onimtiniOative about
the Atlantic Telegraph Cahle._::::-He knocks
the life out of the despatch of the Associated
Press, which announced that the.cable was
again in working order. De Santy says
it Las not worked millet?. the Ist inbt., and the
aforesaid dispatch must therefore, have been
a deliberate invention to humbug the public.
The public is fast settling down into the he ,
lief that the enterprise is a failure, and the
want of harmony among the directors and
electricians tend ,to confirm this belief. A
- priVate letter of - 6-61136, from Liverpool, to
a gentleman, in Philadelphia, says :
"The-tompletiiiii of the Telegraph has caused
no sell9fltiOrt here, and indeed, so far al this end
ie'connerned, it appArs to be at lea,t a tempo
rary failure, for-the onlycomplete message-re
eeived-liere was the collision between the Arabia
and Europa. -Tie Directors and others having
the control on this side appear to be at logger
heads, and the.pu,blie are still ignorant whether
any rdeasuros „hive .I,rian 'taken lii.reoprly the
defects whicii appear to tare taiga place."
American feeling Toward England
The Marseilles correspondent of the London
Post, says that it is a painful thing to record
that it is not possible so to "s,omis, into contact
With Americans, enamor's. especially'with naval
men, without observing the ill-ooneealed feeling
of hostility which they entertain and cherish
against England and English. It matters not
what complimentary things their diplomatists
fheir Naliodies may say in after-dinner speeches,
the fact is patent to every observ‘r who mingles
with citizens of the United States that their
mind is evil affected toward us, and that they
allow envy and jealousy, to poison the spring of
better feelings." That is just what the peopte of
this country, think of the English.
Scot t Globs la ItloosteLtuacats
The Boston Poet, gravely asserts that a move-.
moot is on foot fur the 'erganizition of political
clubs, in various locations, for bringing forward
General Winfield Scott, as a candidate for Ihe
Presidency in 1860. It Is stated that ample
funds wra-previdediAnd that it irtheintention to
run him as the peo . ple's candidate. The Port
has failed to tell us whether these club., are
made of ebony or quaking asp. Possibly, they
are made of the gun+, so as to make tht party
—Rev. Dr. Bollard Las resigned the pastoral
charge of the Second Presbyterian church, on
New York a-enue, and has entered upon his
duties as professor of languages in Lafayette
•—Joseph B. Cobb, an eminent Mississippi
politician, died at his residence at Columbus,
Lowncles county, Miss., last week. He was a
close student, a ripe scholar, and universally es
—A wealtby female pickpocket, has been a--
rested in Philadelphia. The North American,
says this woman is a well known character, and
is believed to have aocumnlated about twenty
five thousand dollars, solely by filching from the
pockets of the people who buy dusty provisions
in the hovels in Market street.
—Water is so scarce in Brookville, Jefferson
oounty, that mills and other machinery have
been obliged to stop, and the streams are much
lower than they have been for several years.
—Greeley, of the New York Tribune, considers
the country two hundred millioua poorer than it
would have boon if our crops had proved good.
—The receipts of the St. Louis Fair were
—The Democratic is the only - party which has
managed the delicate and irritating subject of
slavery with any sort of sotislaction to both see-
Lions of the Uz.loti ; and is the only party, all
toast admit, that has the power and disposition
to treat It so as to do justice to the free and
_thejtieuy county one thousand dollar
oond, one coupon ott, was sold in Philadelphia
on Saturday at $4BO.
—Tee interest due Ist of October, on the 10
per cent Sintling Ruud- Bdrils of the Pittsburgh,
sort Wayne and Chicago Itoad,,will be paid at
the office of the Company, New York
—Every acre of our territorial acquisitions,
which hats added so much to the material pros
perity, greatness and power of the country, has
been obtained by Democratio Administrations,
the opponents of pemooraey, in every instance,
- vielently reposing the acquistion.
—Ttie,Wool grower estimates an increase pf •
round numbers of coop() lbs. in tho wool crop
of Ohio over last year--only one county, Knot,
showing any considerable decrease.
—At a license suit recently tried In Cincin
nati, a witness was &ailed who did not taste
the liquor, but testified . that it was whisky he
saw said and drank, for he could toll it h mile off.
The counsel for defence asked him if he drank
any of it. " Drank any of it !" he answered,
" Why, no, don't you see I'm alive I"
--Every new State that has bean admitted into
the i T inioh has been by a Democratic Congress,
and the politics of every new State at the
time of its admission were Det-aocratio.
—Holyrood, the ancient royal Scottish pal
ace, is undergoing great repairs, the policy be
ing to restore, as far as possible, the old archl;
Lector°. Now the. 6:Lqulsite proportions and
magnificent decorations of parts of this inter
esting structure, are displayed as they have not
bee / for a generation. Stioh is the ornamental
work of Queen Mary's dial and Croft-and-Righ
House. Of the latter, it is said the broken tur
rets of this pieturesge pile are being replaced,
its bulging gables brought book to the perpen
dicular line, and its sunken roof renewed. -An?
oient windows that had been built up are being
re-opened, and every sat4entie a4tiquei feature
re-placed a Arid 'hen the Works are comPleted, it
promises to be a very intersting objeet in the
little landscape garden in course of oreoation
around the palace.
klizigaziothros of Frog Showers.
TIE LATEST AEWS
L. at e c tr •Cattfozniao
.7 . - krriv al of -lb.
New Yortx., Sept. 28.—The steamship Moses
Taylor arrived at about four oi.clock u with the
California mails to the sth of September, with
upwards Ot3oo passengers, and $1,600,000 in
treasure. She connected with the steamer John
L. Stevans, which reported the harbor of Man
zanilla blockaded by the schooner Gen. Yarres:
The Califoraia State election resulted in the
success of pie Administration Democratic ticket
by froln 6,000 to 10,000 triejOrity.' ThelLegisis
'attire would have a large majority. The Ad
ministration Democrats §an,Franoisoo elect.
ed the People's ticket for local officers and the
Republican delega tion to.theleiislattite-'
The news from Frazer River is unsatisfactory.
Tho river is tic high to allow profitable work
Business is dull at Victoria, and property
The Indians, still held a threatening•attitnde.
Considerable exciteitierit Was' created by re
ports of gold• discoveries at •Vanoeuver's Island,-
north-west of Viopria, and Ahousands rushed
there and staked off claims, but it turned out to
be a humbug.
Many of the persons who went to Frazer rfirq
or and other diggings have returned to Califor
New and extremely rich diggings have been
found at Soda Creek, Shasta county. The-dig
gers were realizing one hundred dollars a day.
A duel was relight between Geo. T. Johnston,
administration editor and W. S. Ferguson, ex-
State Senator anti Douglas politician. The lat
ter was shot in the thigh..
Henry Mails, chief clerk of the San Francisco
Recorder's office, drew a $lOO,OOO prize in the
An unusual number of murders, assassina
tions, suicides and deaths from casualties, have
Advisee from Oregon to the 21st of August
are received. Oa the 15th, Lieut. J. K. Allen,
with 15 men, made a night attack upon a body
of Indians on Upper Yakima river, capturing a
large number of horses aced other property.—
Lieut. Allen was mortally wounded and died
next day. Beyond Ibis there were no active
demonstrations against the Indiane,though prep
arations were being rapidly made for an effective
A gang of organized thieves were committing
robberies at Costa Rica. They attacked the. res
idenco of the President, were arrested, flogged
Gen. Lamar has arrived at Costa Rica.
Nicaragua i 9 quiet.
alparaiso dates to August 15th are received.
The Merrimac and Decatur, at Callao, reported
Peru as about declaring war against Ecuador.
From Venezuela we learn of an attempt at rev
elation on the 16th ult. Oen. Luzon was sent
to occupy Laguayra, but found himself without
armed soldiers, though nearly 20,000 men were
collected.. Ho turned back, and, with several
influential Liberals, was arrested on the 23d.
Gan. Soublotto, with the Spanish Brizillian Min
isters, started from Caraoo for Laguayra on the
same day. A telegraphic dispatch from the for
mer place gave hope of a speedy satisfactory
Movements of Troops.
Sr. Louts, September 28.- 7 Leavenworth, Sep
tember 24, per Express to Booneville, on 27th.
Col. Sumner arrived from the Cheyenne expe
dition this evening. He proceeds to St. Louis to,
assume command of the department of the west.
Four companies of his regiment will arrive in a
day or two to take post at the fort.
Admitted to Ball.
BOSTON, September 28.—Copt. Townsend, of
the brig Echo has been remanded for a further
hearing before the U S. Circuit Court in Octo
ber, when the question of jarieliotion will be
argued. He was admitted to $5,000 bail.
Wine in Connecticut.
It is stated in the Hartford Times, that Gen
eral Jarvis Case, - of Canton, has some wine
made of the native White grape, a very clear,
pure article, which is superior to Longworth's'
Catawba, and is as sparkling, when properly
bottled, and he has also dark wines made of
native grapes, of very superior quality. D.
& S. Case, of the same town, have in their
cellars a number of hogsheads of native
wines, three and four years old. A great
deal of what is called wine in Connecticut,
is only a syrup of grapes, a pleasant drink
when reduced with water, but not properly
called wine. Most of the article which is
sbld for communion purposes, is of this kind.
So much attention is now given to the man
ufacture Gf grape wines and syrups that the
fox grape, which was a drug in the market.a
few years since, at $1 per bushel, now meets
wi"th a ready sale at $9. The native wine of
fair quality, sells at $3 -to $3,50 per gallon.
/he Atlantic Telegraph again in Work
We find the folloaring despatch in the New,
ark (N. J.) Mercury, which appears to be the
only paper that has the news. The
gence, it will be perceived, is " highly im
riortant and interesting," almost as much so
am those which come'headed, "Official anounce-
Ments from Trinity Bay:"
Ilrrion or OCEAN TEI.EQRAPII TRINITY BAY
September 13, '5B-6:591} A IV.i. j
To the Chief Engineer of the Orange Fire De
partment: HONORED Carr :-.(-We have succeav
filly tested the "Jersey lightning" which you
chil ns the honer to send. The firstmessage sent,
over the wires was met liy`the quick responee,.
, f give ns more of the'rame' sort, but'send as no
mere reports." The difficulty under which we
l ave hitherto laid, has arisen . from the shoals of
e eotrio eels that have clustered about the Cable,
and abstracted from each despatch a portion of
i s contents. The " lightning " is - so positive in
i s auto,. that it' knocks thunder-out of the
negative character of the eels and thoroughly
destroys - their vitality. In fact this Is so mark
ed, that after a. despatch, along :the line of 1
the cable, as far as the eye -tau reach, we
iieticed a continuity of dead eels that had been
(altered tip as viotims by your '<lightning,: PI
just retribution :for , having destroyed, at times
oar --contiguity_ We have -examined several of
these; eels, and find on all bile one'the tante of
gyrtur W.'Field, imprinted as with a type,whilst
op the body of the ether s evidently ea. (~‘ old
fogy," which bad not kept up with the "spirit; of
the times," we found the -- llzilre - of Fame,`andiri
her band was a enroll; - on which wee gracefully
entwined and enrolled _= the--names--of Franklin
and Morn- We have. in our offionindisidually:
wad collectively • tried your; " lightning," -and
found that-after the first test vis became elevas
!iiii, on the Secondlasatid, and on the; third, laid:
he sensation at this:interesting period_oannot
be described; All - seemed, up oncomparing notes
t 3 'haire been - resting under thS oatppy - of "air.
cumambulent space." The continuity of the
Party :was kept
...np Tor a long time, as oUr faces
acid bodies showed that :we had. been under the
iifinenca of powerful batteries.
t Aocept. the renewed engrained 'of our distin.-
au"shed consideration. Tun Itpoonnivs. -
P. B.—Send uti a pipe of your lightning, and
draw on at either end of the cable.
. Mem litottt.gorma cured.
"I-can onlyaccount for my present sonnd health,"
from the constant ' , thaugh.asoderatewso of B(R.
HAVEIS 'HOLLAND BlTTBBS—having from my
loath- Suffered, at intervals, from Piles izr both forma,
sometimes so severely as to completely prostrate me.
I have, for `seVeral morktint. pot, though ..subject to_
ling of aleop,And unustoti physical effort, been etc.
tirely free from any symptom of this • distressing
&ease, while my general - health is very much int,
proved."; ' - • -
' Persons doubting the authenticity of this certifv`
date, are reuested to : veil upon or communioate with
th e p r oprietors...2 lo Y will Artige Pleasttre,3leConly.
is re ferring them to its anther, bat to many „ et h eitir
Who have used the Holland Bitters for the same
with equal su_ccess.
mien I—Be careful to ask Bcrrif ave'a Ho trod
Biom , g e ld atsl par bottle,
:i or six bottles for $ 5 :
by the Sole Proprietorarßeagainn P age ,
No. Y 7 Wood street, between First and Second streets,
and Dromilds gaaidly.
IFor tkie - Pittsburgh
BLepadlatlwa.....W hat cl z; r. Buchanan
thlinla 4 - 4, it /
It seems to me. Ma... Editor, to ha • high time
that the publio ha& Ea anti/antler answer to this
question Mr. Bnabanati Is at this present time,
by deliberate choice and general ocp.sent, the
foremost man of That great organiiation—the
Democratic party. Especially is it the pride and
pleasure of the Democratic, party in. Pennsylva
nia, to regard him, ao long and justly designated
as Pennsylvania's favorite son, as the undisputed
head of the party in this State.
Under thuso oircumstanocs, it is ol.the first
importance to be advised of Idr. Buchanan's sen
timents on grave and great questions • agitating
the public mind throughout the country, and
More especially is it mutually interesting to the
President and t.) his feilo - wqcitizens of his native
State, that they shotild know each other's views
of the matters transpiring in our own common
wealth. Therefore I submit, with the most sin-.
sere spirit of inquiry, with no aim but to advance
the cause of right p.ndjuritins-averywhAre„—What
does Mr. Buchanan think of repudiation t
I should do great injustice to the worthy heed
of the nation, if I did not state, promptly and
.ciandidly, on the ve . o thcrobold Jlinens.
sion, That I have heard that• 141r.Daohttuau; si •
Ways known as metro' integrityournsand re
jects the repudiating doctrines iiroiiidged by Ma
officeholders in the! late Democratic County
Convention But thls is hardly sufficient. I
Suggest, with all dueLdeferenoe, that he should
do more than this. lie owes it to himself, to his
administration, to history, to the world, sad to
his position towards the commonwealth that
has done so ranch for him, to take a decided - stand
upon this question.
What does Mt Buchanan think of repudia
tion ? Shall we not have an answer to till,
and aotivn to correspond with the views pro
Just before Mr, iesnedhis first an
nual meesagg, the fie.loolit panic Eatt swept
over the country, andJmoney and monied men
and iustituttou,i wer , 3 universal theme. The
President took notice of this in his message, and
gave his views in a fearless and manly tone,-
though the federal governinent Ikea now bat lit"
tie to do with the institutions which control the
financial business of thB country. fie placed his
testimony in that behalf upon the record,..Again
the Leeempton matter came up—Kr. Buchanan
did not hesitate to take decided ground on the
question—he went further—he sought to cora:•
pal conformity to Isis own opinions by turning
then oat of office, who differed with him about
the Leoompton Constitution. So clear.yew he
its his notions ou that subject—so poiltive that
he was on the right aide—that no man- could got
office who was not for Locompten, and no man
amid keep office tif . Lcr he lid getit, if he did. not
give in hie adhesion to the President's view on
this mere matter of faot and opinion.
Now, I beg leave to Oink' whether the question
of honestly paying our,voluntary obligations, or
shamefully repudiating.ithem,:is wet of as much
iinportan co h oth, la are and everywhere, as the Le-
Ompion constitution could ever be 7 , demand
know whether the quiletiOn--41:to we It; tie 'net
down as a oommueity of &teeters and 'switidlertl,
not of more impottenee io -31 r. Btiohaan
and everybody. Was, at home aud. pe abroad ? , thathanwhether we are a community of free=e6ilri or
pro-slavery Men ?
I have said that the general impression-is that
Mr. Buchanan perst,nally i . condemns Repudia
tion. I beliieie he does I . bui that is net eneugh.
lie must give us other evidence - thin tiny - we - yet
have received on this subject.
It will not do that his favorite office holders
here, (I say favorite,- Inicuuse they were - ehosen
entirely.upon secret Antiprivate solicitation, and
not upon publio requee9—lt will, not. do, Isay,
fOr Mr. Buohanan's representatives here to take
the -course they , are no* pursuitii *ithout re
bake or censure from him, if he:really disapo
proves of repudiation.
For repudiation, in theTtetnoortuio Convention,
controlled chiefly. by Mri Buchanan's place men,
the issues of the Bute and National pOIIOY. Were
utterly neglected and postponed—for repudiation
these same plecuponen enceeeded in preventing a
Democuatio.nominctieu for Congress and thereby
make sure the election of constant and mar
neat enemies of our party, one Thomas Wil.,
Ifams. To promote repudiation even Mr. Buch
anan himself is denied the poor honor of an-ap
proving notice by the late Convention, and yet
he remains silent and passive. The party is sold
to a set of men who sod up a most indefensible
and pernicious principl the men whd are en
joying the money profit of Democratimsuccese,
are stciviug to
,have en - lea of the party_sleot.
ed, and Yet Mr. Buchan n is silent and serene-
Are we not justified in he inquiry --What does
Mr. Buolasuan think 01. repudiation.?
I know well enougn that men in federal office
here have sought to cajole the President with the
notion that' he is to baie a Democrat returned
to Congress fr lm this district as the effect of tide
series of outrages on honesty, morality and the
Democratic party. Bat lot him not depend on
that. Ido hot think ht - 1! would takellelp at anoh
wsacrifine of honey au.' principle-4 cannot think
Bet if be thought itizis duty to compel con
formity about Lecomptim, i humbly beg, in the
name of. Dernocrat3 veto are virtually, disfran
chised here by the now and abominable. doe
trines od.opteci 'here [trough and by his - - plaati-
Men, that be eholl cone to the aid-of those with
whom I feel,stire he syMpathiz , :s on this.repudi
ating business. Let him say or do but half as
much in this'behalf as fie hos thonght it hie duty
to do' about Banking- 131.nd Lecompton, and 'he
will win the- esteem nwi gratitude of all honest
Mr. Buchanan has. an , immediate interest in
this matter as a citizen• of Pennsylvania.—
Then he has an
. iuterest to preserve the, whole
D,emooratio party froln the oontanziriation of
such abominable 'doctrines—and then, above'ail,
his own office holders arc the most active in.
distracting and destroying the party and in seek
ing to build upon 'lts ruins WSW and bad print&
pies. Shan we not thei,' ask 'pith painful smaietyr;
and shall we not continual° presaftheAriquiry
until it is answered in soma way.
What does Mr. Buchanan think of repudia
tion as promulged by his office•holders in Alla
HENRY OL AY and a /on , list of ids distinguished
cOtemporaries In the (halted States Bar ate andHonse
of Representatives have given tho strongest testimony of
the benefits :irltich thoy diesel from the nee of WILSON'S
HEALLtOHE PILLS. Sap testimony as this i 9 entitled to
grave consdderiition. This, invaluable' remedy is piepatrod
and sold by -8.-L: PAILIESTOOR A CO., WhOICS3IA D
gists, and proprietors of PAHNESTOOII'S - VERIU
BUGE, igt, .eorusr, of !Woo). and )74mrtb irtreets, Mb*
burgh, Pa. ,
see advertisement-on thfrd page of thLiday•s-pipet • •
AFALL,I.B RIO r 1844.
HATTERS, HAVE .. RECEIVED:.THE
rail styke of
SLUE HATS, HASmigR l7 HATS, &BENCH )303z HATS.
THE LATEST BTYLU 03 OS2O,
J. fl LEFT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,.
tollidaystnug Blair County. Penn's. ,
WILL MEND TO' ALL BUSINESS
onuaged to l.ii con?, in the cattails/at }3itliont
eraer,-Irnntingdon; (Jun brta, and Olenriield.
TO STRANGERS AND VISITORS TO_.
THE FAIR—BASH AND DOOR - FACTORY • , IHI
ALLEHHEZilf.—Buildere, C o otractore, or others wanting
Saab, Doors, Window Fume., eillattard or Mouldings, should
call at the CENTRAL Pidd.NING KILL% and examine ors
gssperlor work and itnish,for with elm present superior sur y
nnewating znac ht ao ry !Ka are ..beyond competition, and
our. prices era mush betoW. does, productug as tsfariorrir.
tide. ,Oall and examine for Yourselves. Jobbing, rift..,
tug, eta Promptly attended to. J. di H. T. PEI
G n aw pl an ing Mtlla, Witted air -et, between liateral and
Best. Ail4unl ear, Pa. edit