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JAMES P. BARE, Editor and Proprietor
WEDNESDAY MORNING::OCTOBER ti, 18,58
D EMOCRATIC STATE NOXINATIONB
TOE EITTPECEWiI 2IIDEM,
Wit ILLIAI 4 I A. .PORTER.
roa CANAL CONMISSIONCE,
OF FA\ is."l - 1E COUNTY
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET
0056131:93, SIVE!? DISTRICT
ANDREW BURKE, City.
JOIEN EIRSIENGIIANI, Ohio.
BAMIIgL McKEE, Blrmii I"'
iHILIP H. STEN
JOHN M. ISW - IN, Ot . ),
It(BERT MORROW, Rrz,
BARNEe FOBS), Upper Er. Cinu
iTaY kbI).F.P. BLACK, &-whii.ley
THOMAS BARLEY, AllegLc,r,
WILLIAM ALEXANDER City
JOBN Smath Pitt,bnrgi
:_DLBSC r. CY :RE MOB
JORN PAI , YLk. , indiaaa4
A Card--. 30 the Public.
Mr. Edr.& r:—O❑ my w.) bark (run Ruth-r last Tut
I Was hanthal a r,p,rt of Islr.'rts.sr. • Ls.
fired hi lietkerstuwa the rti,,:ht t. rut , t, 1
am- ug many other gives roierepree nt,rioe nt..ut
following elegant, extrao..--
" McKnight heti when he 'lever rod. 'free
I wee astonished ut this struug exp zurs!ua,
I hod never taut anythlugcf the - kind ; tact oeorr.ing
busine2s, whether had or nut. But consal,ring it a ha.
lenge to draw me out on th, mutter, tho7gh n:A a vt-ry r. ur
teoue one, I addreesi - Al a note to Mr. Thral.;on, Preeient
the Pennsylvania Bailruad, end have just ree,ivea
" V.AILBOAD CE..):II.PA:- V, t
DEAF.: SIM IN ANEW Er. To YUIR FAVoli.
'.[Coe ULT, I. WILL STATE `I MIL V. h.
LIAM LiAr 4 HIDDEN UPON , AILROAL
MORE TItIAN UP,.N A "PREA'
Yearn, Very fit 3pCCtlnll),
.1. _}.:DUAR `1110)11,,,
Tu ROBERT linliNninT,
In orda Vincii,n'e tLe trutn , Unaor), L t
submitted toe candid world
Oczo 4tb, lben
rj:r. THE DEMOCRATIC COUNTY COIIMPYIEr (.F•
OORRESI'CINDKNOE hay,' appoiptod I
held e.s follows :
WELINEDAY, 6th o,tober tecit•clr. : r . t rmc
school Hone, io Pcaa.s lui town -111i
7th Oct,hor, 'I! o'clock, r 11 , al I'. V,' rae!,,tl
in Pine township .
SAIL: IiDAY, 9th October, 2 o'cleck. P r. , at r
in Indibna township.
SAME DAY, 2 o'clock., P. n , at JCL•❑ in
svENINa OF SAME DAY, 7 o'cl,,ch,
MONDAY 4YENING, llt Octuber, i o'cl .k. n M
Henze, in r.lelieeepert
fTeekere .11: be iu attendance
Chairman of D.,411 Cunuty C , :antoictre of clorr,-.1,,1,
DENIOCILI TIC N ATURA ..IzATio • ; L SII Tr.r
JOHN Mc.C.l OWNY, JON
JAS. C. CUHHINS, ChtAi , . W. LE” IS.
hither of whcm Le c„,tmulted daily, at 01.1. TI•St.CII , ,
laces tualn,sa. be -5
THE VIGILANCE CO .17,11 - TTES OF Tl± D'r.
FEIRENT P'RECINTS. cotttintz th, ,r..t.
and Twenty•Sxond I:c•ngr-bioual Ihstrict a. a tii 1 , •• dtiri lted
with the regular and ..hiy r,ennine Democrir,c t, ..t
the efliee of the .Mointng flst, S itzat.dirgli.
10. XXUD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
cordance with a resolution ~ f the Democratic C..n
vention of September 15th, 1853, the E 11... ice named per
son 3 are appointed a Commtieu of Vigilance, f,r t h., Tss, I,
ty•Sccond Congressional Dietz - Mt : -
R. H. Kerr, Charles 11. Paulson,
G. W. Cass, Wm. It &Matt,
Lee Beckham, D. Camptell,
Clunks Berton, H. Ha esinger,
P. J. Sinclair. Capt A. Heys,
W. Ma) ton, Samuel Smith,
James Patton, Jr, Joseph Birmingham,
D. E. McKinley. D. H. Williare s,
E. McGee, Samuel IsicCnne.
George Gerat, Robert Stevenson,
W. J. Fulton.
JOUN P. GLASS, Chains is
See First Page
DENOURA TIC TICKNTS
The regular Democratic tickets for the
Twenty-First and Twenty-Second Congres•
sional districts, are now ready and may be
obtained at the office of the Morning Poet,
corner of Wood and Fifth Streets
On our first page will be found the follow
ing articles : The Rock and the Bubble, ( Poe,
try)--The Steamer Austria—Episcopal News
—The Use of Coal—A Curious Delusion--
Americanism vs. Repulicanism•
ANDRE.W BUILKie, ESQ
The Gazette perceeives the great strength
and hourly increasing popularity of our can
didate for Congress in the Twenty-First Dis
tict, and gives him a column of editorial in
its issue of Tuesday. The most of its asser
tions are well calculated to increase the high
esteem in-which Mr. Burke is held, not only
by every Democrat, but by all the best pot.,
tion of the opposition. It is nothing which
any Democrat, and least of all such a one as
Mr. Burke, need object to to have it said by the
Gazette, that he has full confidence in the ad
ministration of James Buchanan, and this
appears to be the Gazette's chief objection to
him. The Gazette however, makes one asser
tion regarding Mr. Burke by which it intends to
deceive the citizens of Allegheny county. It is
this. The Gazette says "he desires to speak
for the citizens of Allegheny County against
the protective tariff." Mr. Burke in his pub
lic speeches during the camp a i g n, has over
and over again declared his views on the t ir
iff question, and they are those of a true
hearted and patriotic Pennsylvanian. Ile
sees the necessity which exists for art increased
revenue, and he advocates and will insi-t, it
eleted to Congress, upon '5 uch discriminations
in favor of the great manufacturing interests
of Pennsylvania, as shall result in the v,rt atly
increased prosperity of all the hranch,‘, „i
productive industry in our State. NI r.kurke
advocates such a tariff as will result in put
ting every furnace in Pennsylvania, in blast,
and give well paid employment to every the
chanic in the State. •
In regard to Mr.. Burke's chances f:r sue'
cess, we differ largely with the GaLetbf. lie
has but a small Republican majority in the
district to overcome, and such is his great
popularity among the people based upon hie
great talents, his unwavering political consis,
tenoy, and his unswerving advocacy of the
best interests of the country, that this small
Republican majority will melt away like
snow in June, and he will be returned'to Con ,
gress by a handsome vote.
THE American conferees in the Twenty-
Second District, met at Bakerstown on Sate
urday, and after twenty three ballots, resolv
ed that it was not expedient to make a nom
ination at the present time.
THE people of New York city, pay a tax of
eight millions and a half dollars, or nearly
one hundred dollars for every voter in that
tr,..lritiG DICSPEALATia.uv rooLISEl•
Mr. Williams, in the True Press, charges a
ocialition between Mr. Birmingbam and Mr.
McKnight. The charge:is so preposterously
absurd as to be undeserving serious reply.—
The whole course of Mr. Williams and his
Tr-u , Press has been most ridiculous from the
very commencement of the campaign for Con
gress. First, Mr. Williams' unfriendly con.,
test with Mr. McKnight fur the Republican
nomination assures that gentleman that tho
contest would be between there-olves—that
den. 11.,1,inson sto,.d no chance. Whnn the
reeeptiun rd the four v ,tes hint that
his vanity had misled his judgmunt, he joins
hands with Gen. R , ,him.on, James A. Gibson,
and the rest, and forms a coalition to cheat
the Democracy of the X.X11,1 District out of
Rul R 1 .liLls NI, Li T
QS P. GLAne, CiJairrthilt
their votes. In his egregious overseetimate
of himself, he asks his Republican friends to
swallow the entire Democratic ticket for the
sake of electing him to Congress, and actually
had at or time the vanity to believe they
would 1 it. 11. has managed his campaign
-r •rt- 1 Ily. His.lßepublican friends
t: th I the I ~ t flocrats have placed
(mem-1,6 naLle candidate in the field, and
kill not tonell him. He is in the field fur
Congress, without a nomination and without
the support of either his own party or ours.
Even the ultra anti-tax faction will not vote
for hint, for they fully understand that the
question is a purely local one, upon which a
Congressman could have no influence. - If
Mr. Williams' influence is to benefit the peo
ple at all a this antistax issue, they see that
at home lie ot some use as a lawyer
before th, tirt-, where the qnestion must
ix i.wcidr ,], n (-eta as a Cons
grcssman. „f the XXILI District
have 1 - 1.1'• that lir must forego the honors
~f a s, , at roil tho pleasant enjoy_
..re it,ter e thousand dollars a
,t•es and knows . that the
notniwition thi hearted Dem ,erat, like
Capt. Birini Illake ' S Lis cluinue of sue ,
CL`SS a desperate 0111!, and hence his stupid
charge of coalition with Mclinight. It conies
with a very had glace from Mr. 'Williams--
this talking about coalition. Ilan he nut en
tered into et,aiitions with a few misled Demu.
erats to defeat his own party ticket' His
cunspiring with the six wise men at Bakers-
LI'LH n t Fcntl;Led a he e - xpecte , l. The
Deniocrticv of \lid I hntrict flivr , a v , ry
correct arid just ‘,l Mr. ‘Viiiidnis.
afieeti 1.,r UrLl li•T • ,ter;
are not dei i•lved, but mil rally lily. true me
to the support of their own candidate, Cap
D,niocr,t, of the Distriot, in
their rhnice of a Gingre,ishiati, :are arrayed
oto o osition t.i Bkek lialn,blicaoism. This
they will not swallow, whether presented by
th, regular praiitHonor 'Alkrknight, or the
quitek . docq.ir Williams The charge of co
alition is idle and ,roomiless. The only co:
aliti-n which exists is that made by Mr. Wils
N\ ith a few mis g uided and wrongheaded
.< e 117 2 Iron I tn 11
Nev& . i;rt•at Stir L - LkP City t, thp 4th
Septen) ha; reer ! iv. 1
Cummin , 1,11 reft:incd t the ,•itv afr,r
~1 u of days
kaiir,n, with of thP 411,
Moruno_..l ta. en. ';rant, and a mall named
werc tried and,. , nviezed of a breach
of tb • peace. Breaches of the peace are bc
coruiog, quite o•duni.,n 2 io the streets of the
holy city. Trouble is anticipated with the
Indians. The mail ,1 the 11th ot August
has been destroyed ty them, and the carriers
barely escaped with their lives. Colonel
Harbin had been obliged to call upon Gener
al Johnson for an escort ©f soldiers to pro
tect the herds of cattle -was driving to
California. The Indians hive declared their
intention to rob every main, and to stampede
the stock of every emigrant train that at
tempts t.o cross to California. Col. Lunder
had arrived in Salt Lake City, Re reported
that the wagon road under his superintend
ence was progressing rapidly, and would be
completed before the mountain snows set in.
Brigham \ oung is still at Salt Lake City, Out
closely confines himself in doors. Business
was reviving at Salt Lake, and traders were
coming in with their gouds. Show fell on
the sth tilt., nt Platte Bridge, ab. ut one hun
dred and fifty miles fil,OVe Fort Laramie.
The Chess Ca teat. In Europa
The exploits of Mr. Murphy in Europe
have excited a lively interest, not only among
the votaries of this ge ien title game, but among
thousands to whom the moves on the ohessd
board are unknown. It is not the contest be
tween two individuals, neither of whom is
personally known beyond a limited circle, but
the match. between the Old World and the
New, which creates this feeling, and causes
the anxious inquiry on each arrival from Eu
rope, How stands the tuateli between Mor
phy and iiarwitz?' We observe that chess
clubs are being formed in many of our large
cities, and more interest is now taken in the
game, probably, than ever before. The New
York Chess Club rooms, at 29 Bond ,street,
are nightly thronged with players, and new
members are curitiintly joining. It is stated
that on Mr. Murphy's return from Europe,
he will spend some weeks in New York, and
an opportunity will be again afforded to wit
ness his brilliant strategy on the checkered
Death of Aaron 0. Drayton, Esq.
We regret to learn that Aaron Ogden Day
ton, Esq., the Fourth Auditor of the Treasury
Department, died very suddenly, in Philadel
phia, on Friday afternoon. His health for a
lung time has been delicate, yet he was gene
rally able to attend to his official duties. Mr.
Dayton wle a native of New Jersey, and ap
pointed to office from New York. He held
the positun of Auditor of Naval Accounts
sinee 1-3—a period of twenty years—having
received hi: appointment from Mr. Van Bu,
reu. lie was a faithful officer, discharging
his duties with fidelity to the public, and to
the satisfaction ul all wit,) had business in his
Ple'lean, A CWI.
A• .) nuts from Mexico have been received
at New t trleaus. 'lle papers report the vona
itu prevailing lode extensively at Vera Cruz,
and numbers were daily dying. Up to the
"ttt alt., tioneral Riitles Lad nut made a land
out retnainud on Luard the British steam
er Clyde, at anchor off the port. It was the
impression up.m quit- a noui!Jer that he might
be called upon to ,uceced Zuloga at the head
of the government. Th,, prop,siti.m recently
offered for the recall of Santa _lrma was op
posed strongly by Gene:al Eeheagaray, who
threatened to join the Liberal army in case
the proposition be persisted in. The final
success of the Liberals was not doubted. Mr.
Forsyth, the American Minster, was still in
Mexico, at Tacubaya, where he would remain
for several weeks, or until the vomito disap
peared sufficiently to render travelling safe.
—Captain Nleigs refuses to comply with the
demands of the:plasterers working at the Capitol
at Washington, who struck for higher wages.—
H e says they are paid as much there as any
where, and there are plenty of others who will
work for the present wages.
THE MONTAUK POINT MYSTERY
Arrest of the Mate and Five of the Crew
TJI iCU I.& 11 ?HIP PROVES TO 131 d Tali HAIDEE,
u NEW YORK, AND' A. SLAVER-
Nine Hundred slaves Landed at Cuba
!Vroin the Y L‘ , Oiug Poet, of Mort.hly
.111 , ,2 three weeks ag,l, United Si itt g Marshal'
Itynderg reoeiv; , d inWrmation that a vessel had
been t auk. off Montauk point under onspicious
circurogtanoes. He immediately sent no of hie
deputies, Mr. Do Angelis to inquire into the
matter. Le Angelis shortly returned, bear
ing information that the vessel had been sent
tied, the crew had gone to d;fferent parts of
the country, and that one of them had died of
thr Arrtuati fever, and was buried to Now Lon
don. Upon this information Marshal Synder'
sect Maurice O'Keefe and Theodore itynders,
two of 'his deputies, id search of the crow of the
vessel. They were not long in finding out that
three of the men were in this city.
These men were arrested early last we,di. and
itnpri-oned. The fact of thei. arie,t
11 br ti t, tga thacthoeo gall at largo would not tot
put on their guard. Front one of the prieideetit
the names of those e ngaged tu the expedition
were learned, and from further infurmation
from the same source, end upon euusultation
with Mr: Theodore Sedgwick, the Vetted State!,
District Attorney, Marshal Ryndere 091101 1 3(10 ,1
to send the deputies, O'Keefe and Ryndere
Boston in search of the remainder of the crew
Arriving there, they fottua two of them, whom
they placed in the temporary custody - of the
The officers then proceeded to New Bed
ford, near which place they arrested the
chief mate, who had command of the vessel
when the was scuttled. Ills name is Macomber.
They found him at his house near New Bedford
arrested him, and brought him to tide city.
Tney then went to Boston, where they f+ll in
with seine exceedingly disinterested persons,
who made themselves very sociable in one way
and another, till O'Keefe' and the younger 'gyre
dors began to "smell a rat." Their suspicious
were right, for they learned shortly afterwards,
that these gentlemen were friends of the slavers,
end had even obtained a writ of habCas corpus
to servo upon them, for the purpose of having
the prisoners brought up. ]jut the New York
etlicers were too sharp for the Bostonian gentle
men. A hack was procured, and the deputies
and their prisoners jumped in. John cracked his
whip, and off they flew to the railroad station,
wake they reached just in time to take the cars
for New York, stneessfully esoapiug the service
of the writ upon them, and with it, possibly, a
great deal of time and trouble. They arrived
early on Seuday morning, and at once proceed
ed to Marshal nyudei's residence in Ilitery
stie,t, woke" him up from a 60110 peep, and ree
eouutei titrlr" a I7entoreH to him, at the some
elite exilibitieg the three prism:ere whom they
eel along with tlo - ma The Mar.sh , tt ordered
the ni t ) h. , , -ice , l up in Eldridge Street .1 ell
forthwith to await examination.
In the present state of the case, it is impossi
ble to obtain full particulars, as the prisoners for
the most part keep silent on the subject. We
le-'.rued, however, twat the name of the veeet..l i s
Raider, of w York," austral
f New oeleans," as was stated a few I ego
it the ace': papers. ,i1 , ert1 , 1.007 is ace out
r in the feet that they Goal nail; ,1 a p
canvass en her stern, upon ,whiCh was painted,
in large lettere, •-• glizabeth, of Now Orleans
It appears that the Hardee was titled out at
this port several mead's age, anti sailed to the
0 - `,45: of Africa, whore she took in a cargo of
900 erases. She - then sailed for,Cuba, and the
slaves wore landed at Cardenas. 'At that place
t captain left thevessel, and theepest mate then
took the command.
It ie stated that the crew bad some ill-feeling,
towrade the mate, and he was fearful they evil
desiges againot him. The mate is au American,
aid tee crew was composed mostly ofPortugese.
The officers state that the reesendhe vessel wee
scuttled was, that she had no papers by which
elle could enter any port.
The Marshal understands that the remaining
portieu of the crew have left the country, and
has consequently given up further ottitee after
them ; LOA hit says that he believes he has done
hie duty in doing what ht has. The examination
if the parties will take place in the course of a
few +Lye. 'Mr. P. J. Joachimeeon, ex-Assistant
Unite I States Dietritd Attorney, h,a been re
celled no eerinsel for the prisciecrie
—Mr. Charles Brow,-011b of the rosoned pas
sengers from the steamer Austria, vt heap clear
intelligent eccount of tho causality wo have pab-
was a leading member of the lamb. out..
statutory fine who served with suoh distinction
in tho Crimea. He had boen appointed by the
Colonial °thou, to organize a constabulary police
force in the newly formed provluce or British
Moutez has written a letter to ltev.
Ralph Hoyt, offering to deliver her lecture on
Rome for the benefit of the church of the Good
Shepard, which was destroyed I Hely Mr
Hoyt replies, gratefully acoeptiug the offer of
the generous and impulsive 1.)1:1.
—James Rogers, the boy who murdered
James Swanston, in New York city, is to be ex.
eouted on the 12th day of November nest.
The Court of Appeals, has reversed the decision
granting him a new trial, ant the Governor has
refused to pardon him.
—Morrissey and Heenan, the Benicia boy, are
in the country near Buffalo, preparing to pum
mel une another on the 20th.
—A Texas paper states that a rumor that
Oen. Houston will be acomdidate before the legis
lature" to succeed the late Oen. Henderson, in
the United States Senate. Others say that Hous
ton intends to retire to private life. We think all
this depends up DU the turn political matters may
take between this and the meeting of the next
—The American State Committee of New
,met at Albany on the let instant.—
Erastus Brooks was elected chairman. A opal..
mittoc was appointed to conduct the canvass
A lotto: from ex. Governor Hunt was read,
strongly endorsing the American 6andidates for
State officers, and declaring that the Americans
had no alternative but*to elect a separate ticket.
The acceptance of all the candidates was then
received. A large number of prominent Re•
publican politicians were present, but there was
no talk of fusion.
—The Wheeling _Argus of Friday last, states
that a great deal of counterfeit money on the
Wheeling banks is in circulation. Recently, a
man was arrested at the Pittsburgh Agrieo!-
tural Fair with a large quantity ou his person.
—H. M. Bowyer, who shot James McDowell,
president of the Fincastle Farmers' B,nk, on
the 25th of August, was acquitted by an ex
amining court week before latit The announce
ment of the decision of the court was received
With applause by a large crowd of spectators.
—On the morning of the Ist instant, a lire
broke out at Pottsville, Penn., in a stable in the
rear of the store of Wm. Mortimer, jr., which
adjoins the Liverpool and London Insurance
Company's office. The stable was entirely de
stroyed, together with a valuable horse and two
cows, and several sleighs and carriages. The
loss is supposed to amount to $3,000.
—A fire occurred at Boston on the let inst.,
destroying a large brick building at 41 Kingston
street. The sufferers are Geo. H. Fox & Co.,
'tigers St Wendt, and Jacob Thazter, and the
I )9a i: estimated at $20,000.
—Tho ease of (31. O. Bates, vs. the Illinois
Central Railroad Company involving tho title of
the Illinois Central Railroad depot grounds,
which are valued at two millions, is under trial
at Chicago before the U. S. Circuit Court, Judge
—John Brickar, of Liberty township, Colum
biana oounty, Ohio, the Democratic candidate
for Director of the Infirmary of that county,
WMI9 instantly killed on Saturday last, by being
run over by a two horse wagon.
—A few days since, near Montgomery, Ala.,
a negro boy met in the road and killed a rattle
snake, v; hich measured exactly six feet in length,
twelve inches in circumference, and had as snap,'
pendage twelve rattles and a button, indicating
that the earpient was foarteen years old
Tilli LATEST .11; g WS Blinister'• Testimony.
CO.. Pi., Fob. fah, 18.)7.
Wa puler buying BCERHAVE'S HOLLAND BIT
'BY T.ELEGIiAPI-I. TER .; r caeii, to save thndiscOunt. Hope 0 send
you ,0,..ti a r6oommendation froth our minister, testi
t) i:.,g i.,, ,t., nirtitive poweril Signed, .:-
MOODY & CAEIOTHERS.
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN N. i•Oltli. t INDIGESTION.:
DA ru‘sTewa, Montgomery CO., Maryland.
I rthvor (oh the benefit of any medicine HO 0111011
111 t:,11.1 llan b.,ttle of BiRRHAVE'S HOLLAND
Id f [Tr—, I pu.chasod last Fall. I wish to know
whore I can get it, without fear of imposition.
'iene.i, JOSEPH C. DELLET.
THE CRYSTAL PAL kCE
FROM A DRUGGIST.
'et FP Armstr,.ng Co., Pa., Dee. 15th, 1856.
MESSRS. B. PAGE, Jn., Is CO.
N 'YORE.. I tot,h r f 11 , s ll' D-•ar Sirs :--I. purchased one doz. of your BCER
with all It:, c: meats k. 1.1 : •;t by LUNE'S TIOLLAND BITTERS, from your travel
fire this sflorr)o , r‘. 'filo fire t r log agent, whioh hos given great satisfaction in this
!umber room, which was tided WI U low . / -lea Seminal) another dusen, for which I en
ou•t a lartri; qtvintity of 011 'wens , 1;= (.1,,,e the money: Signed; W. C. BOVARD.
11,v d that the fire V 72.8 the w r. A n.l to ie..'--Be careful to ask for Bcerhavee Rolland
v. Wh en ea, tl em p, wpro f ir 4f i;.^ •--l 11,r h.;1,•. Sold at $1 per bottle . , or six bottles for $5,
palace engine was br ) , Ight .ut, Lot -; A pe 61,19 Proprietors, Benjamin Page, Jr., ct Co.,
BO full of 13(100 that it T., -t,-,•i,s Wood street, between First and Second streets,
The flames spread with astont.. •og ri‘pplity, cro- 4n I 13 "." - Z
sting an Iminco,,.
wh v lk•
of the Mls:, Lr, ou:11.1, • ott !. W.'rt
ullt 1111illitIr • 1 ktie,•'; C 7 ,3 - t.•
articles or .!;..ry r N.r:b 'kn. It
is Impossible to ostimato rt - e to s with nrouricy
The building rHolf
worth $250,000 m•it have h e ed
worth double that rint:;•:;,i
From WaHkin.gl fl
WABHINOTON CITY, 1)oloh , r t priwit.l let
ter received front tl.O Fort
um.: . w.Lgon uft,ler . (' I 1, wrlv
Th.. I,rg couczali ,, n e , ?er hrll rti
the Rio tirande assecohled z , n tao 21
of Seiterot , er. doir•getoe repre6mled rit.)4)ut
Lap thou ~ . and people. R.E..oitl'o.n? ar re pa,sqed
cnllieg on CongrpFB ..rpt„,7
an early day, deterrolonag not to send members
to thy , Legislature of Now Mox - '” vrrd in
new election for del , gite.4
to show hirg,e:sin;rensr•l volt. ac. Dist veer
The Conventi. , n wa , A I.y L 0/1. 'l , lotrry
Conriititer:..blo alto Ari•
rtania from Texas :slid the eu,,ith.rn Stat, , t , 0.9
well as from :he northwest. f' I TI . is, 6f
PM, had arrived with L.) netde. ,
meat on the tiara Poirn
The cf the s,l7cr I.tin(
orpaso, r.nd several new uco
Generai Herrin re.s, at tho ittetanot I
tary Case, returned f. •La
York c, , e. : •
tweeu th 12cCt..F..1 State::
The iu!erior Itepartm:.! ., h i t
Flor under ihr C OL: of Ly,
1 I- 1u u r : of the
c r. •, , ,
l;t-ntrEA Rli i 1. cp•nn. , ;lu,
Al G:11 , - , in length
Witty d V.elV iJ p:„En to :in ol!,
i Pr - ,idt
to-rnorr. , w v
It is tho , , •
c - . 1 . 03a3 I¢a .
NEW V,)111.., 11, 7 1,,hur
Patrick Trtry, on ..- 4 ou
night at Cottatopoloan
last night ul tne•r ts,sfa', L. Vic..., i Caltl,4
was instantly killed by E. et.it intiott, 1r the
time. The it . 170 Irre,..ted .tvi t`, •
rioters, who arc It.diang
The Ph.llra - I Alonetl Tq. , l6r 11,v rg ";101
sligt,t tr.tmient to h...r mschinry I t
not have been rtit tired In I:- ;01,
olmp6rty h,v.• tit,tugat. Qt. , Arr,r
St. L hoz. STIP t 1 I ,
M ,Stal Uttar,
Arrezt of t,i,groe
CHATHAM, C. W
excitemeut hai been ttb ,, i 111 ‘:".3".t
of legal pr.)klrectill ~A 1 • ~, 1. '•
Of negreee f.,r rorr..a , bei; 4 lean t c 0 4 .•A
the Great 1.9
therefrom n nezro pet vn L. 1 •
lia, a planter of ;:it.
nogrc.ro were bcuml for teal
assizes. ul , grc• :41
The Al La "(l 'relrgr.apik
..TRINtrI .r4;4, 4). r. 1•1.
dale with \ tl
of :•;.rantrr LS a Nt-ot
QUEBEC, f ).2t,brt T!l,' ,Lr
tian lute NrrIVA , I wuh 1,711 , 131. ito I L.veri..
du! tidy', Eq. fy tho ti tr.0.i0nt,..., New 1 orl.
Th , * ‘1 , 1"11 ~ .u.p3n .•
ed the steamer Conv.rew, ( 11 the 6104.1.. -
el it, ih.-Prinoe the Auloricaa 1,1‘;
The question to tiro ri'...,11.10y ur Pi tas-It
has been satiefactortly sot ti,d The citicen
draws her pretensions in favor of c, Prince r.f
Prussia, who firSo l / 1 08 the title ut 00-rt
gent, with unlimited power
The Emperor of China is to have conf•:rrel
him tho grand cordon f Saint Via limo: tro.,i
Russia, and Coe'Legion 4 Honor :
The London 'limes' Paris onrroi ponilent
that the ports of Tahiti and Mitrqussths are
about being declared free.
The States General of Holland was opened I. ) ,
the King in person on the Dith ult. lu his aI.
dress the King expressed a hope that the Stat.,
General would receive favorably the moasurc:i
concerted to abolish slavery in the Dutch
Accounts from Spain represent the c•iuntry
quiet. The dissolution of the Co tes
great satisfaction to the members of the lii.er
The Spanish (lovernment has ordered
reinforcement of 8000 troops, and all the !arses
vessels of war unemployed, to proceed immedi
ately to Cuba.
Statement c f One of the Rescued of the
Burnt Steamer Austria
QU EBEC, Octebir 4.—Andrew Lundsteain, one
of the reseued passengers from the titeamer Aus
tria, says that he saw the captain rush on deck,
take off his coat, and running to the side of the
vessel was about to jump overboard, when Mr.
Bweenza seized and pulled him back He asked
him what be was going to do, when the captain
answered him to the effecit that he knew not wh at
he was about. He then ran aft r.n i was kit
sight of. The greater part of the passengers
had collected in the fore part of the vessel, and
as the dames progressed, were pressed ly
that those nearest to the b:Te were f .reed
board. Mr. Lutidsteoiu succeeded in making a
sling with a rope, which suppr(ed
two feet from the water. He afterwards saw
the masts go overboard on the same side of the
vessel where he was hanging, and was in gr. , . q.t
danger of being knocked into the sea by the
yard, which was hangiag cu the side of the ves
sel, and only fell into the sea when the rigging
burnt. He then let himself down into the wate•
and swam to the modurnast, the end of which
was sticking two feet cut of the water, by which
he kept atiaat He saw three persons hanging
to the side of the vessel by ropes , he threw a
piece of rope to one, who proved to be the cook,
and in this way he succeeded in getting on the
mast alongside of Mr. Lundsteain, where tbey
remained the rest of the night. He arta a 1113112 ,
bes of bodies floating by during the n'ght. In
the morning they were picked up by a heat from
the Catarina. A young girl and her brother
supported themselves on the rigging of the bow
sprit all night, and were likewise reeoued.
El alsorled kw& :
10 - Currant, gnarl., puts sa.l . . 3 plots
0 " Gone, Jell
Just received and for Bale by
ti,k. 39 Wonli htTeil
i. o pogre the t C.'bsrlt. 11,401
For sale by B. L FAUN 41aPOCE: & ,
Wholesale Druggists, and Proprietors of B L. FahneatneL'a
Vermifnge and R. A. Wllsan's tills, No, au, comer Wood
and Fourth streets, Pittsburgh, Pa;
B ARLEY.-120 bus. Spring Barley, to ar
rive Lhis day, and for sale by
J &ALES A. F('TZEIL,
sello Co , ner Market and First starts
-- - -
ply of these excellent Syringes just recr-ived.
vial:dug anytning in this tins should call and ex .nine ti:...
t afore purchasing elsewhere.
JOSEPH FLeal No,
oc4 corner Diamoed tuid Market et , . - rt
0114-6 bbla. for sale by
bia2 il. OuLu.Nd.
, cling, the sth lust , enpt J C. DALZELL,
b var . of Hs ;,..1
will thko plact: thin ufirruvoo, ot two o'clock
1402. rekiidbace on Water nu'Lot, liuminghain, near
'rt.! fn.,u Je Ld . the thmity are re:ve,t-
~.y , I
1. T' ~. (, IF,
I) IGVIIAd Lls Attui,J
:Norlci; —REV DR. JNO. 1.1111.41 T )ni WILSON, ei
Ne w York, will deliver a lec:nre in the chapel cf the
Illeetern Theological eeruinary, Ridge street, Allegheny
arty. on TUTS (Wednesdar) AFTERNOON, at four o'clock.
pißi..is r,sp , wtfolly invited to attend. Loct3: I t
11111' 4 . LEH li, of Phi
I,llauLLAcv to the LinLims ut Piitabwrgh that she
wilt .Pfa• e va 2t101.1131/AV AND FRIDAY of this week, at
, t Charles Hotel, Itoum V', a hands,mo assortment of
P 1,16 ililliurr9, to which the attention of the ladies 1 3
desire 1. tOrlt3/ . 1 M. EHR.
The puldic is respectfully Informed that this distinguished
A caeric.a, Artiste Is engaged at Factor's New National The•
limited bomber of nights, comnieueing the pres-
ev• nin,t - —Lentz hur first dad only star engegetbent
here, al on :Le Lei win:Won of which she fnlflfe engage
Ile ',hi West and eolith, and then pro.2eeds- to klutop9,
where • he lemmas for a length° lad period.
Ln addilmn to well knowu poptil.o . playa, Mra. J D.
Bap, will pruduc, the new pie.es of "Grin. Liu," " Tlis
Dutu'a Wa g er(' nod "',ling Philip of Trance," with Other
attractive 1. , , v01ty.
.slra. Itn nee engagement 19 positively for ten nights only,
and no plays.a ill no repeated. [oceelt
TUE OFFICERS OF THE STATE FAIR
h leg too parsimonious to let exhibitors know through
tue pre-e the list of premiums awarded at the late Fair,
here desired all who .tro anxious to call at a certain sewing
ag,ucy , on Fifth street and learn their fate, where
thty con hove the privilege of examining the premium sew
.!!y, marine.. Was the premium to this machine given in
..00eid‘xstien of the use of this room by the said officers
La t yrar the officers of the County Fair awarded the first
eodum. to Singer's Sowing Machine, for• family me and
i, , r heavy work. At that time, Grover A Baker's Me
, hteo was not in the and of competition. A silver medal
u-OR awarded to the Singer machine, but the agent of Wheeler
a Wilson purchased a medal and made use of itote though
t h d been oh Wined from the Society. Now, as then, the
s'lnirs of the So tety aro in the bands of the Fifth street
k nee, and we presume they will have a gold medal this
your, es they only could afford a silver one last year. It
~rla,nly would have given greater satisfaction to comprti
t..ii pilaos had the officers of the Society chosen to se
a private office f. r the transaction ct their business, ha
rt ~„ , , ..eems. in Charge r a competitor for
r iv. , pub Fe, exhibitors in general, justly
1., c•e a of t5.C1.1,11.
I k L
rriit .t t
W 0. aLLIOTT,
Agent Lircie , ir k V ater's n g Machine.
r i STYI,f; Yrintel
icq Nina lie ',it ei, Llanthome (all wool)
Phil:, Poi' if., Oh, vri.• and re, ry thee article usually
1 , 00.1 tll a Walt 0 11 18./Tle I et. C , r, f
C. LIANSJN LOVE,
7 t Market street.
BRICK D';' , Et,l,l,N6 OLi BEB AND
Liil - 3 IN 1. 1 ill WARD AT AIIOTION.—On
Ttillittstls r 11, at 7 o'clock, at the
: a boom-, No. na Fifth street, will be sold,
that.or „ , 1 r if e.onud buying a trent of 72
feet 011 .•Ls') I• a is el hear I street, andel•
t t ailey id teat wide, on which 04
ere. 101 1,1: 1 . , 1 1 Ii • lb d riot wrili no, tiv.i stories high,
1 1 13/1 •1 1 1,i r Ind wit, air., ti,at tof ground Husain et
. Ma-i. LI AL, I.,ccist, street, having a front or
.10 10.0 . ~0 M,LIO I I street, and Erltr-uriirr back, along Lo. not
t is erected two brick
taiiii,nena ii Ti it Terms cash.
ori P. M. DAM, Acictinii
a. k MBA MORN I Nt3, f;ctobor R, at ll ,'cluck,
Ul th- d<.•tt ,Irrier ut it %via ntroet and
will ha .old, eappl. brown ntehion Morgan
-1 ratty, r. 1.0/ 2 hnu,.a high. 7 years odd, warranted
...1 i isms in J Ia; a, own pacing ma a ti years old, 14!.2
tir.d genth , is haromo, an cx..
aoh.ol eid :la male for a stly, and to which a diploma was
..w,r.1,1 at In, !at.. at, Pair; ou.. iwo year old cud cold
Ally, tail, I ban 'a high, groat atlle all catit.o, tail to
w h., II e i r,tnlum wi.s award di at tt, last 3lata Fair. The
I, ,an la.w ha examined at tar stqblea at the Scott
P. M li 1 VAS, Anctioteer.
NF .W GOODS. 1518, NEW GOODS.
No or, Market St., Szeond Door from Corner of Aura.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED WILL OPEN ON
tiopterub,r 13th, his well aeleeted stock of
NI,: Ica in Dress sad °lost Trimmings, Bonnet
Vlowerit and llncher; it tompleto ,asortment nt
Wals.ts nod Cops,
Bilethand Shawls and Woolen
C. at., Children. Hosiery, Oloves, mullets, Alexander
s. 114,1.. U .I ' 4 Itl French COrnil6l, Flaava, Espaus;o:,
-lift-Ls, lull lins/eis. (new .tt. les) 811.4.1und Wcol, S,-phis
15, Porpen Patterns, Embroidered Slippers;
Volt rns I,r Elnit roithiri-a4....vin, and ranbroiderles worked
ut shori :fancy (toad Dresses muds b order.
;hunk if:, Lihies f/r their kind patronage, uud hope
in their custom for th, future, ad I Will Hi
+.lol •.,) I , •el to SOW VLO,LI the guv.l.l cheap. Ladies, call
141,11 - •`.11 the novelties at J. BUSH'S,
s 4 .1 65 Market et., 'ld door from 'fourth.
LI. d,\ i'l
tvul'F: W &N'rEl).—Two or three more
C.,operi wantul to work on tight work. Enquire
• I me. A. SELZER,
cti G)r.,er Marktt and Mind streets.
K :3 TONE FOUNDRY
He Haven, Campbell & Atterbury,
COOK, PIMA AND HEATING STOVE
CAST IRON ROUSE FRONTS, ETC
WAREHOUSE, NO. 13 WOOD ST.,
1,7 1 X EC CI TOR'S NOTICE.—Notico ie hero-
Azj by given that Letters Testamentary upon the estate
,t 1 JOHN elittMe KIFFNItft, late of Sewickley town.h , p,
Allegheny county, Pa., dammed, have been granted to the
niider , ogeol. AU parsons Indebted to said estate will make
I,a7m. ut, nod those having claimi will, present them duly
I ill thebt c dell to the antnicilbers, wltHrn two months.
8,,t1, ✓ }:. township, Beaver county, Pa. Post otht,e,
Ecrn.nly ae2l:tit eY-Tn
N;)"1' iLM ENT NOT ECE.—In pursuance of
a Resolution of the ['resident and Managers cf the
t.T erecting a bridge over the Allegheny river,
opposite Pittsburgh, in the county of Allegheny, the second
installment of , ice Dollars a share, on the new Capital
Stock of the Company, will ba payable to the Treasurer ou
the 20th day of October next. WM. ROSEBURG,
LTENRY (•EBWII3, Manufacturer of all
macs of Hemp and Tarred Ropes, Manilla and Hemp
iod Ceres, fine and common Packing Yarn, Tarred and
Spen 'fare, Sash and Bell Cord, Wool Twine, Broom Tying
aild :erring Twine, Flax and Cott m Seine Twine, etc.
A fml supply cf the above articles constantly on hand, or
made to order, at the mweat cash prices.
Warehouse, No. 489, corner of Pew, and Walnut streets,
t,eo ,querm above the Fittabursh, Fort Wayne and Chicago
liadroad Frei4ht Depot, rittsburgh, ea.
MILS. JULIA LEAPT BAYNE
W 1910 PAYS FOR IT ?
I. B S S
SAD [RUNS, SASH WEIGHTS,
WINIJUW GRATINGS, PLOW POINTS
JJB CA:3TINGF. uF ALL DESJRIPTIONS
ORDERS RESPECTFULLY SOLIOITEI
Allegheny Bridge Company
AL UADEMY OF PAINTING AND DRAW
-Th-• ore informed that a sehrol for the
noare hrs .t to, will be opens 1 on and Wier tit 4th of Oc
totter, id No ft. Fifth street, for those woo may be de
an Al.:Ming. ;5 practical con-, ofinatrnction. Thorn
will sin 1 , •7 , tlilgt.t the use of the French Crayon, tinting
with I ldia Ifk and n:ipia; also a new style of painting in
;in mid Wet r agora, by wh:ch the pupil is enabled to mac,
crag Inn, rapidly than by other methods The merits of
troy sty le of pi lacing and drawing hare been long and um.
is my classes. Having in my nonunion a
arse and nobly selected cdlltctiou of otigina's for every
brttneti, I make lea or, and those who 'ado have In view a
inure of lessons to call at my studio, No. 21 Fifth street.
co2w - T. N. GLOGGIVI.
JOBS I . LA ...t.DWAktD GREGO.
fOG AN & URE U 0,
LWOW/TITS ANTI DEALERS Ly
Foreign & Domestic Hardware,
62 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA.
A full and complete Lineament of all descriptions of
Hard ware, both at Wholesale and Retail, can be had at prices
satiefaCtory to the pnrchafer at the above --establirhment ;
tcola of every description, in largo variatles liferchanta,
lirchanics, and Farmers are all Invited to call. Lsetitilatn
FRESH DOMESTIC FRUITS
-100 doz.n Fresh Peaches, In quart cane;
25 " Pie Fruit, assorted ;
25 " Fresh Tonudoes, in bottled
" Pine Apple, In bot lee ;
lu " Strawberries;
J eat and fec aide by
REFAIER & ANDERSON,
--No. Ett) Wood etheeti:
uppOille the Bt. Charted Hotel.
- PA L 1 rr
O N - 11 1 1 &
HAVING LEASED THE SALESROOM, CORNER OF' i tei a &
(r.cdutly occupied as a banking houce,) and baying alt<i2ed and itala.,,,d
I. I RINFIVIN(Ii AM) fi l UR r i it lISHIN (l ,37
Rospontftilly sutwit an ratt l y inspretion of their large and desirable stoat
*Ult, OASII, from the best Nianufaiiiiiris, and importing the ins! s •
f,...1 y 1•11 toiling a a I e r ti Li: tl,les our lino
au constantly rentimisbeil, that our cu..i-mt,,
of trade. Our selections of
FASHIONABLE DRESs TRIMMINGS.
EMBRoIDEE.ED CoLLAIIs ANI) SETS,
RIBBONS AND MILLINKRY WODs
Dave beau innaltJ with Lutl,ll
STYLE, Qt'ALITY ALID PRICE,
And will, wu thin, give entire sati.la:tiqn. have purctift-, 1 7,111 6,a,00rt.::e“: I
BAJOU'S KID GLOVES, and a complete stock of
HOSIERY, GIXNES, AND KNITTING !MATERIALS.
We nbnll give upecimattenticiti to bADIF,S . AND GENTS' putt , 4lBHiltiti G ).11).S. I..e:e i deg constantly on hand the bud
OUST'. iNJ MLA Lit: .• it Iti 1'
FRENCH . CORSETS AND SKIRTS; all.l Sq.€ 49 CA .
With a great variety of Under Uarmente, Cravats, naiwildert4 11,,,,, 1 1 L.mthwt ~ L, u, -L:las cu.. 11,ring tlit , itilvau Cage ,t
:' AND G'OLLARS,
long ox.pnrienen in the busineas, we shall EttiVO to Mau it tlLeiateto,“ :LA 0.4-hr, .1 Lt.. , public to di,al wltb us.
F. U. EATON ' N. O. MAORIIM
~,....JAMES W. CREE.
r . , ...
se29:sw-o-W&S if:Fifth anti Market Street&
18AF ET V i l'.l :_; LiRANCE k.`OSIPAN `,
J .6L .
. , ~,,, I _:(0 F. rok t A T :A u a., . ~ 1 1: 14.; il:.. l. hL.; II:.C . e ;
....', ~ +, .-th 1 A,; IIS
- 1 ,-.. C. , Fe'/C/f., ,••.: E. itJ r th y. ... Tliq:i. AA. t• A/ - _
! - 1111. , ‘Iii:LVIAI A
JUST OPENING AT
JOS. it BO RLA-NIYSI
No. 98 Market Street.
The subscriber h Just receiving a large and well selected
stock of Pall and Wiut.r
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of vier/ atyle and variety, and SPRANGERS VISRINO
TELE FAIR. would NAV I MONhT, 1-y caging and rxunam
ing Our stuck and making what perchasan thy want.
11.—WEEOLRSALE AFEN. , 3II.A..NTN ma peed at a ctrl
slight advance over Eaateru pricf.a elvont a call, and don't
forget the plac , , at the Chap Caiih store of
JONF.PiI II Will ANL),
luetioueer, Real Estate Agent and Bill Broker.
No. 65 Fifth Street
I_IOIDSE WANTED—A Dwelling llinise
of good size, with all the madam ituprovemen , s, in j
wanted in Allegheny City. Apply at the ollice of the ritle
burgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad. re2,:tt
THE SUBSCRIBE'', WISHES TO FORM
a Co• Partnership, with some L.)cd busu..g mau to
resido in or about Pittsburgh, with a cash capital, say, of
$2OOO or more, for the purchase and sale of land in the
forth-weatorn counties of thin State. With the vivant ,g.ue
in this business, w bleb the eubac.rib,r now ~u,s(f.lne, it
could, with such a partner, be easily torte to brio. - pr,.6t
of 60 to led per cent.
Hofer co H. Bargain, Fsy, 13.: Fourth street.
J. Le. HANNA,
Real YFtato Agent, Franklin, Pa.
G ENTLEMEN'S HATS FOE. A N
In preparing the fiats of the pl . eseut taaaa , ,1,10 e•• Li. 0.1
moat finished worknien have boon e r u pf,yrei, and cc, nioi:
bat the best and annce,t materials : er1, , 1%
has been made to carotene 14!azgrice of Per w:th
and Beauty of Design with utility rt., nude] sign, d, thel - v•
fore, contldently salmi to those tntttiu Lima t, ,
inspection of gentlemen, and hopefully await., their ter
Nu. 43-i CI. ntLut ret t, 1161,1,1, h.,.
LEATHER, AIDES AND OiL.-.--The sub
scriber would solicit the attention of merel.ante and
strangers rniitiug the city, to bie pr,eent extensive stock of
Leather, Shoe landings, Tanners' Ourrters' Tools, Oen
ne•N ill, trc whtch he eit•rs lathe trade at the t
n arket prices. Ile ,elicits an e. teo..iiv lb:, of Lis
WM. WILEIItiISJI‘;. ftr Liberty otr'at.
e.. 27 n l.,trgb.
MO U N'l' 11 OPE NUR‘; E R
uppoT. 'Ol. CLAIR ITIP,
1. 1. i EN Y
ittrg, ett4t rtutertt cti A It !:I - - • •I, •I
thr• 1,1 =t rdllytblci varintiss. Yca mpg e:_ti two yrnt
Prr..ALtil Tit'p?..ett. lh ttte thts.tt qn^.l ty vArit.t .1
PkIAR. [ma f ant: :tttlarrittr 1 tleterted van yeti of PI
andCHEltttl.Alt., t tit's: A CA It tttttl kr F.
of the Inoet lwrdy stor'h. It:vtry variety 7,titi twin eel n'tv;t
with great cart., ',l e.:,)
given ,it it. I' ft t't t
mice, :aid a prig) ttf the. ..t ll' • hict, tlii. I .
t rust. and ru. - t..kv., tltich diatructio.l •.. pbadtiug,,tc , un it..
subscriber, aitcr twenty-live year,' e•A,J
EL& essaty. All crd , ra promptly utturuled to.
ed3o:lto JOHN SMITH, Mt. I.ebau .0
F. 4 f 4
P r- , - I .1 -
CD fi, . 1 -,5 k 42.4.;
_ c 4
3-‘,l '— ^
HAVE NOW IN STORE ONE OF E
Largest and moat extutisivo ti:ocas of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
ADAPTED TO FALL AND WINTER SALE,
Direct from the Manufacturers' Chiefly for Cash,
PITTSBURGH. ' A
They feel assured they can oiler oupe• Inducement., t.
WESTERN BUYE i*
Aar Merchants visitin; Pit'sburgh ci pur,
goods, or on their way to Eagteru ritiog ury invtteti to ri i
ad oxarulno our stock before buying eiEl, Thera
V' Particular attention given to orders
TERRA COTTA OR STONE
l' or Sale Wholesale at ftlasutooturs t•
RETRY U. COILLIMS,
COMMISSION MERCHAts - r,
IRD WHOLCULLII DIALER 111
AND PRODUCE GENERALLY.
No. 25 WooD STEMXT, PITTAIIITIIOII. 1,,
STARCH FACTORY FOR SALE.—The
Rochester Starch Factory, in L:dough and comptete
working order, capa'le of turning out two tons or rts.cb
daily, will be sold on very advanta;ernis tempi. This is a
favorable opportunity for any one wishing to tutor juts a
safe and profitable business, a good run of custom being
already well established, and requiring a comparatively
small capital. For further information, inquire of
iserklm—Zpi HENRY 11. COLLIN'S, 25 Wool et.
Cologne Spirits and Fusel
Nos. 167 and 170 Second Street.
DRENIIITIVI HOLLAND GIN BITTERS,
IMPORTED BY P. FELIX k SON, 466 PENN ST.,
PITTS/311R911, PA..—We respectfully call the attention of
the public to the abovv, debreted Bitters, for which the
Medical Court of Holland hag commissioned no to act 44
bole Agents for the United States end Canada".
VIM article in prepared by some of the most nclentifie men
of Holland, end le the most preferable Bittern now in use.
Wherever the Holland Gin Hitters has been introduced, its
Bale has been unprecedented.
Persona wi„Ming to try the article, can have a bz.mple,
Istrit circular, sant gratis by mail, by addroatiog
it/Wm P. Ina 4 SON, Pittsburgh, Pa
, 241. 4i .4a6. I:rft--7--.,y,
98 Maika cd ,hot IL v. Fitt
J4M C. EtiCliF,-jA",
CHILDS Sz CO
N 0.133 Wood Stireet,
Ever brought to thin market, of groat variety,
H &VING BEEN PURCHASED
Asa Eelected with great care an to
QUALITY AND SIZES,
H. CtilLOS & CO
From two to six inch calibre.
PRICES from 12 to 30 Canto per Foot
PEARL ST A.RCH
JAMES 11ieL.4.1116111L2.11i ,
C L A
,u Goods, 1 4 iU vac, dad Lai. I 1 / 4 ,4!
till of Elia Trion.
e 11 E. IN ;IL
()IJ oturoa, lra - t:lllfig Linn..., 4.
OP THA' ( - 0
Burvis, 1,,t11L ,
PtaladtAphi , i Cily, utip•r
: 4 1vek In 1.2,1110,
,I . ,lttAf
cab cn h,t,
01 15.11 11
lia.w.rs U. ti m.
11.'110IllaS C. lianti,
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