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priolipbod in I - Arta - ugh
pin)v Isn to tat - a p.. - pez teem Pta,burgh, will dud
zai i 1 ROSY POrT a ssfe and prontablo investment.
JABIS P. BARR,
Editor and Proorietor.
nOUff. AND J 01; OFFICE,
Corner of Fifth and Wood Streets,
THE undcrsigmed having made exthuive
I adlit:L.ne of the LATEST AND HANDSOMEST STYLE
P TYPE, and I/opt-DT:A Machinery, to the MORNING POST
3•'1.3 vi PZCE, invite ft' " ttenticn of Rail Road Officer
ele,relassta, br-eir,eso Da", and the yablie generally, to their
operier f. rat for oxtenting orith &Lip:l:ay on reap: amble
er Jae, cll Uncle of
AND SliWa OTHER DRSCRIPTION OR
PLAIN FANCY PRINTING
Onr u• - .sterf;ll being nearly all r.ew, we can give awa•
of ttp moot canapleto satisfaction, and solicit arders
;C , ES, Pnitrl'aLETB,
ii.:111 ROAD BITJA AND UARDS,
BANK :DELEOKS, BLANK NOTES,
Lr'TER 1 , 1 7 1A11i3, BELL im.ADa,
BILLS LADECG, - CDICULARS,
PAPER BOOKS, DEIRDS,
hIORTGAGDS, BONDS, 80.
c,:tention will also bo paid to the.printing
:t Potter'', tc. fur Conoortit, Exhibitions and
BARR & MYERB.
Peopie , t4 Shoe Storaei.
D. S. DIEFFENBACRER &CO.,
Cia:al. Cash DaalGra in all t - .lnd3 of Far.lalonabli.
It 001 ' 6 " SH.OES LIND GAITERS,
For Gentlemen, Ladies; Youths and Children,
124. 11 V 12.114 Street, near Market,
Proprietors of Childs It Co.'s
patent Eanctic Fire and Viiratar Proof
133 I . I4TRD STREET.
dARDERS for..ROOFING promptly and faith
fully oxecttad; and all our work warranted.
Hoofing material always on hand, and for sale, with dl
r,,timia for we. Beviay
P. 11:121ILTON &
rr CRS A.ND MACHINISTS,
ri-rraa• of Ant ar4 Liberty creed, Pkaburgh,
61 U PERLOR STEAM ENGINES for Grist
and. Elm Mille, Breweries, Print:rig Ls' tablishments,
made to order. They, also continuo the
L.,,uuf..cture of their Cilebratoil Machiuists' Toole, such as
.lug Lathee, Iron Flauers,llcring and DrillingMuchine4
is L'..so, Wrought Izon Shattlas with Pulleys; Eang&e,
JOULN TUOIMPSON CO.,
Li OUSE PAINT...ORS, GLAZIERS AND
t- GIIAINERS, Nc. 185 Third streot. SIGN PAlNT
exwmted with matrices and despatch. Mixed Paints,
'turpentine, Varnish, Japan and English Patent Dry
c V,lle Siontr.igne 7.inch, n very siaperiur article; Phits
d,inoi,. cud Pittsnargh White Liead always on hand and for
k - ,;:. IA 0 are prcprzed to grind colors for Painters, Drag
ar otnera, at the shortest nice, es we have a DUG
: :rinds by ottani Painters will save money by get
ei-Ar :,.tors ground with as. 1.1:m5:1y
r-Tfl• s _
GOLD 4ND SILVER SPECTACLES.;
woighing eptrits, the climpeet and bast articisa over
:o this city.
a. - TalamamErurt.s AND BABOl2Ltardtt,
gin ;, , rimfr - cm*-8 V>o . tech.
hindrat G. E.
Proxiv..../ Op.-I=n, 68 fifth &ree.
oppc...e.to hniFda /inn.
PALM . , TOILET,
ANt' Ito3IN ;;UAPS
No.* VS , o 2 xtsla4;
'DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.—
firm of fIAWORTU. BRO. d BROWNI.EB was,
Ln the ad of May, 18a8, djaaalred by mutual 013:211ent, by the
withdrawal of J}UU .11AWORN1 fr.:mi the above firm.
`.(a...‘ tic - comas of the late firm will be settled by HAWORTH
JEER HAWORTH, i witi.diawieg from the above
rm, kindly thanka his former patrons and lila - , the patrons
the late firm, for the ver.y libcral patronage he has re,
and would thadlyreDommend them to his ancceaeora,
11:: OItTS & BROWNLEE, as they are determined to sell
ht.a ilgnree, saving a very large assortment of 0112- 0
it , ./.11..1t1R5, WINES end LIQUORS ow hand.
Ca,- DAVID iIAWORTH- and JAMB BROWIiLLti
this day usoeieted together, and will continue on the
eipeuee3 thy OLD STAND, corner of Diamond ,and Dia
z:l..l.d ender the style of Ii&WOB.T11 4 BROWN . L.EIi,
they h,mk4.! roui re that paMonaga given
mu old firm, es they ure determined to sell CHEAPt.Ien any other Store in the city. myl?,
orifice of Sealer of Weights and
OFFICE OF THE UNDERSIGNED,
SEWER OP WEIGHTS AND MIZABLTRE4
!lay be thandbenceforth, in Cherry alley, be teeen Third
Fourth streeta. where ardern way ba left.
au l3tf lILEB BARNETT.
IfS. HAVEN'S Elastic Steel Pens just
. received, and for silo at :he Stationery Store,
1,28 N0a.31. 33 and 35 Market street.
rrlIE FRANKLIN ALMANAC FOR 178;59.
—Th.s well-knawn and popular annual, formerly put.
p...hed by Johnston l Stockton, after a lapse of years, will
shortly be issued. The cirenlatiens as formerly will
made by ;...e skillful mathematician, Sanford 0. Hill,
Lig who will also prepare Ihr its pagess such-reading mat.
tar 163 will make it an entertaining and instructive utopi
an.% Bondes the reliable astronomical calculatiolui, a new
.ud ingenious table of time, an accurate method of drawing
-oevidian lines, and other matted of permanent value will
be added.: •
Orders of book:sellers and other dealers are solicited in
advance of publication, as but one edition will be printed,
..cd orders'svill be filled according to priority.
WM. Q. JOHNSTON & 00.,
eubliPhers Printers, Stationers,. and Blank Book Makers,
.67 Wood street, Pittabiro.. je23-
'TWO DWELLING HOUSES FOR RENT,
1 by B. CUTHBERT k EON,
51. Mut& street.
irAllOll-30 . 0 bra. RocheatarTitarl Starch,
to caski • Matta 11, MLLE!
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ADAMtr CORN SHELLER.
T[IE PROPRIETORS OF THE "PITTS
BURGH NOVELTY WORKS " haling, through Mr.
Ad e m q , (the priecipatnalis genius of the firm,) ob
tained letters patent, dated 17th August. 1858, for a ne
and simple...instrument Inc SaliftlilNG CORN, truly neat,
compact and. Portable, combining durability, utility and
clearways; a necearary appendage to every farmer's biro,
is now offered to the people of !the Halted. States at a very
low price. We hare no ..Patent " for sale, but
manufacture and sell the article at our works. Owing to its
compact form it la destined coon to become an article of
trade in every Hardware Merchants' shelf
The Machines are of two SiZe.3 svoighleg only about 36
and 50 pounds, and may be secured to a poet, pillar, or door,
as you would a coffee mill. We add no more, when mil,
it apeaks for itaelf.
isell3mdsw LITINOSTON, &LAI: &Co
I the rap-•j
IT IS THE CIIEIPE'ST, SIMPLEST, SMALLEST,
Will ChaiT Twice as Fast as any in the United Slates
IT IS PERFECTLY ADAPTED
tv.lhe Cleaning or all heeds, front the(
smalleat to the dtrge,t, without waste, and le • I
only twenty inches wide. but must Le ace wvia
be appre- fatal. Farmer-, Idattufac.urt•re, Me,
chanica and ert•rybody else. are invited t, cv
it 4 practical working, at the at.,re ctad , r t , ,e :it. Charles
selitamda%—eJ J. T 00,1).1)11.4, Azent.
AUTUMN TRADE, 1858
SHAWLS IN EVERY VARIETY.
MARI N 0,4, COISUILOS, MUSLIN DELAIIi IS.
VELVNTS, SILKS, ALPACAS,
CL3TUS, CASSIME,F4II4S, SATINETS, VESTINGe.
FLANNELS, IRINTe, BLEA'D AND SEWN GOODS
With a complete line of
And ether etytta of Goods adapted to
A FIRST CLASS TRADE.
W. G. CHITTICK & CO.,
433 Market & 433 Merchant SR,
NTT. 65 FIFTH ST RE ET.-
DURABLE, FIRE. AND WATER PROOF
Recently Agent for 11. M. Warren & C 0.,)
B. 6. JOH9EIO3
C-1.1.0:.'f fg., ti SPRK opixmilto 0.1:1
oC7B Hall, Pittnburgit, I,g
course of ;steady devotion to the Cure of Pahnonar.. , Con
sumption Mid its kindred disease; together with my un
rivalled opportunities and advantage of p ath °log !cal research
—aided rtot4+ little by a perfect system of Medical /s.itaftl-'
Gen—hare enabled me to earive at a decisive, direct and enc.
oessfal course of treatment fir the positive and radical cure
of all (Jimmies of the Throat., Lungs, and Afr-Passaget. By
Inhalation,the vaparand curative properties of medicines
are directly!adreseed to the diseased organs and the lutegti
merit Idd not advise the rum of Medical Inhalation of any
kind, to the exclusion of general freatmenfr, and although 1
consider it Q useful adjuvant In the proper management of
those fearful and often fatal diseases, yet I deem it very n o .
cmsary that each patient should have :he benefit of both
goners] and local treatment. The success of my treatment
its the above diesases, and the high character of the tactile
aver witbdi I have so long had the honor to preside,are
too well known to need any eulogy or comment from me.
At the solicitation of many private and professional friends,
through whose philanthropic aid the allotharity has teen.
10c. , . and liberally supported, and after due consideration, 1
have concluded to mate such arrangements as will bring
the Outfits of my experiments and treatment within the
i.ach of all. and not confine myself, as heretofore, to those
oaly who entered !hail:Lan - nary, or woo were able to cis!:
me at my . o ffice. - Wiping therefore that the arrangement
will give entire satisfaction, bath to my professional breth
ren and tho public, I. would respectfully announce in con
clusion, that Icalt_nolebecinsuiteclperroruiliy or by htter,ou
ail disc:we as above, flied that the medicines, the samo as
used in the lustftiation, prepared to suit each IndiVidual
case. Inhaling Vapors, Medical Inhalers, cfr—, die., will be
forwatdesl by express to any part of the United States or
the Canada% 'ilitata.--Mg'harms of treatment by letter are
as follows. , viz 1-s.l2.per mouth for each patient whiph will
Include Mp.dicine sufficient for one month's two; also, lu
baling Vapm, and an , nhaling Apparatns. Pi anent as G. i
lows: VS to be paid to iirpres.a agent en reco,d et the hot
of Mediclaa cud the balance $0 at the expiration of the
month, if ;the pati:.nt. be cured or is entirely satisfied, with
the treatment. Patients, by giving a full history of their
case, and their symptoms In full, can be treated as well by
letter as by personal examination. Patients averting them
selves of Dr. Jarrett's treatment may rely upon Immediate
an l permanent relief us he seldom has to treat a case over
thirty days. Letters foiadvice promptly a.nswercd. For
further pmliculars, address
JAMES. M. JtJIRETT,
PUBLISHED DAILY BY JA MIS P. BARR, AT THE " POST BUILDINGS," OURNER OF WOOD AND FIFTH STREETS; AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM:
STAPLE AND FANCY
ICJ .lEit.. Ei Gr CO la
OF NEWEST STYLES.
All of which are offered for cale, cheap
MANIIVA':'TIIRER. AND DEA L. 1,11,
W Rk: 'S ;}'ELT, OE N 1 .1.: N T
ELASTIC CEMEN r,
SATURATED CANVAS ROOFING
ROOFING NI ATERIALB
(3,A ILD FROM :;R..1 AMr.S M.. 1 R
Ala" coohactiou tor th. past ciiht years with the
above lo:titritiu v.. 05 Chief Yhyeician,aad a twelv. wane
No. 82) Broadway, con Twelfth Et, Y.
P. B.—Phyaiciaue wad ethers tiaitinF Slid - city uro
qx.ctfully invited to cell aline Infirmary, whore many
interesting clued can be witnessed; en where our ivi
proved apparatus for the inhalatlon 'of medicated vapor.
can be aeon and inepected. jy.3o;Bm
Summer Lager Beer.
- __, • •
rfillE UNDERSIGNED BEGS tL&VE TO
inform his Mondani:a the public in gem:rat, that he
fain the daily receipt of this delicious Beer, from the well.
known Brewery cf 1. N. Straub, Allegheny City, it baying
been pronouneod to bo the best that was manufactured here
for many yeas, CLEAR, TASTIECIL and PURE. Give me
a call and try it. JOHN BOTH,
ap24:if At his old stand, i o. 243 Diamend.
A MRS MU J.II , I(IAR, MONONGAIIELA
PLANEie NELL, would respectfully inform the public
Inuit he has rebuilt since the fire, and having enlarged his
'establishment, and filled it with the newest and most ap
proved machinery, is now prepared to furnish flooring and
planed boards, scrowl sawing and reaawing, doors, sash and
shutters, kiln dried, frames, naouldings, box making,
aonth Pittsburgh, September 7.16:4. 11440
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
Ooresor of Fourth and Smithfield Streetes
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT
he has received his Spring Aesertment of
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS,
Of the newest shies, best quality and - most elegant dosed's
torus, which he is prepared to manufacture tomrder in the
And with inch a character of workmanship, as cannot fall
to aatisfy and please the most fastidiqus testae, EmYlp
WINDSOR. SHADES.--Gold bordered,
plain and fancy. Atso, shade Trimmings, lc.,
always on pand at and for male cl2eap by
• gip ia Xi fit ! Mgr AIMS.
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS
BLAIRSVILLE, INDIANA COUNTY, PA.,
COL. ROBT. EVANS, Proprietor,
FEAVING PURCHASED THIS HOUSE,
fmn ita former w-:11.ke,, , n Pro•xletcr, B D Mar
Eaq., r.t.4 refitted it. I ant to r.
v! ,, t+ls. .Isl .r D,1.1
ti F :1: a' pc;": RE7
'kW I I.LI A3l U. ki ALI. A tt I: It,
T..- thy, .s; f tete of a
. qtltl prilalu:l:l' hnv
/..vi ?U-LTH raprie2C: , iu the will kip
aniatantla au tianit the that the markets afford. Ills
Wines, lig pa. arni Ales, a.. • ..f thu best quality. ile wants
all his of l aieuds tee pubilc generally to Oyu him a
tail at the .‘lyzalxiaiatr 1Jo121y•
xo: IYOOD Street,
J_CSIES KATEit, Proprietor.
IAJ•l AND EASTERN FISH SOLD
Wh,lesale and Rotail, 6t tb , 4 low,et cash prlcre.
Lzirg s•ppiicn of Itel‘Jus, Peaches, and •Swoot Potatoes
received Alts,, New York Prince's Bay Pgg Harbor,
Shol Oysters, the finest ever brought to'this city. Every
delicacy of the season cmastantly on b.stid, and served up in
the meet palatable style. "Den% forgot the Excelsior Rnfl
tstaltnt, No. 111 Wood street. se4
Corner Irwin Street curl Ilitiquoii• Wry,
B. D. ':.IARKER,
(Faraway of ttw "Marker Hanna," Blairsville, Ps.)
rri LIE SCOTT HOUSE IS l'cOW
LL AND 0?1 ,, N POTt GULtiTii. it is aittuAtal
in a central part of the city, t,, , int; can t all Laliruad
Depute and tquatuboat
Thu lionau was built lu lasd, with all iitipii,v,-
Eauuta, and fitted up in aplondid atyln--thu c.,tite iruruliurti
wilt i t crery t-t_4:lo.lt:t ba t. else, Ilotut.
tiue TAitLEA .re , utat i h,il h, the prowl,. Jdl'L•y
CO Et Ni 'COI'L.E 't EST la - i_." 'ilk:in
The att3utiou of
and otheta la directed to 4,0
uitsbliehmenti which hm •-• .
au for the'prrpo! , .o of - I'oolll_4,g rc SUBSTA
I:1AL LATINO 110 USE IN A CENTRAL LOCATION::
Oon,try folks attending ralitkot,:aro leattL.mk , ..rly hriritod
mil. Everything pertaining to un EATING SALOON will
Klymysl.l., found, a the freoheet tho msrkt t
THE NATiONAL SALOON ,
Cutler f'oster's Now National `l'lteatra,
D. BARNAN.D, -1 - - PC.OrfiItITOR,
iI.AS FITTED UP Iti A TASTEFUL
and comfortable style. the large Luau, s , ..re in the
ullL FhI.LOWS HALL, Fifth strait, as a FIRST CLASS
RESTAURANT and SALO.N. llasing bed te,ey years'
experience in the hatiness. he Is prepared to auppl, the best
the market affords. His Bar wili be larniAw,l et all timee
with the boat Wines, Liquors and Ales fhe , entrance to
the Saloon, is in the centre of th a;.d relreshments
will be tarnished dt all times, WO' 31.1.1 111 WIT (Sundays
CUR. ?EN NA AVENUE 4r THIRD ST.,
A. F. I;EVERIDGE
ae T 4A 9
TI - i3 HOUSE IS LOCATED ON TILE
corner of P NN and WASLLINGTON Streets, between
tho CENTRAL AND WI TERNRAILB.OAD DEPkYIs, and
has undergone a thorough Improvement, romodenia and
furnished with new furniture, and is now the most c%.flive-
Mont Hotel in Pittabargh, for Trip:eh:la by Railroad, East
, ACII - 6NTZ
stre , t, jrtet. beside the
?avenger livpot of the retausylvauir. Itailread, which mahes
It the most couvenicut home in the city for pacsetige.,
ring by that road.
The proprietor having, at considerable expense, att...gi up,
la excvlloat style, the lIANSION HOUSE, would respect
;ally solicit a share of public patror.age. There is 1 , 413C11.1
a splendid KABLE and extensive WAGON YAILD.
Ir; auipla accommodation to traveler!, and ttanisti•rs, ja3
bardc-r-atd Bar will be fur:II:Al:el with the Lcat Lae lariket
can af...)rd. te6l:y
ROO 11 1 S,
VEN ICE CREAM SALOON,
AND LAD' E6.' 'U.K.& 71: k NT,
i.lll It fitted up t..!.ruf..1 cu LA.Martil •
Vll3 11,-.11, nourly o-poo:to rho P.X.Challge Bank. on .I1:16
•t - . mv; opou fur tho summer neasan. La.
••• oat: 0%1111 ran always flad au abundant supply 01
C'JNFECTION:IIIY, FRU TB, ICE CREAM.,
WATER and all the refre4hanants of the season. AL!
-u' the rooms, and Wet for
1.0-3 WOOD STREET, NEAR 111 7 1 . 3.
4 1 21. IN UFA CTUILERS OF TRUNKS, Va
-11:,,e, Lt and Bonnet Boxes, Ladles Traveling
2runita, Carpet Bags, &c.,1 - Le,013 conStantly or. hand a , arge
stock. We are prepare to do a trade, and bar.
lag facilities to turn vat good 3 t.ck at reduced , prlcen,
,4 trrote to and or am, It e ocr goOlf,
POST LEGAL, Itl,AN Kti,
Ex...cutod la t.llO w•atest Li:v..lo.r, promptly and of CHEAP
It.i'l 3:4, 1,)
au4 003501 DM WO'D AND rIFTII 8113.111iT9.
T YPE METAL FOR SALE.-
Inquir, at U 51oHNING POST JOB OP/ICE
se2 BARR & MYERS.
- - -
POUR RESTS-Made of Mahcgany and
ri-eu rinialt6d, fur attic, by W. 8. JIAVEN,
J o •,..4 stationer.
-- LAWYER'S SEAL PAPERS Various
4.1r-e3 and ci..),,rg ficways 'xi timid. at
W. B. HAVEN'S,
Jel4 Ckn-ner Market and Second etz.
.FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
PROP KIM .1:igloo with ucedful pumps
and thirsty valves; cyliiidgr 12% in bore, 4 f! et stroke, 40
bores power; one Woodworth planing ill, with right to
use; one circular saw mill ; one upright saw mill; one lath
mill, with shafting, pulleys, etc, spiders, etc., for sonnect,
kg the same; one two tined boiler, 22 feet long, 42 inch .s
in diameter, all in good order ; also, 3 cylinder boilers, 22
feet long, and 30 inches In diameter. The above will be sold
altogether or separately to snit purchasers. Apply to
MARKER • HOUSE,
1 11 . il.ll u•
Xt.:re Ji.6 .7,,t re
PITISi3UP.I 13, PA
BY ELI irOUNO, Tina Sta&KT
WAS HI sitiTON, A 7. C. 7
E. W. KANAGA
Oitioaaita the Patina. Railroad Depot,
Ali N G 'l' OIV fil' 0T is
:FORMERLY U. ts. Lo:TEL,
PITTED Gil, PA.
OP &VERY DLICRIPUON
OA RD?, HANDBILLS, IJIL LEIF. AD?
PAPER BOOKS ROR LA WYERS,
PRINTINU OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
E6.4,R1.1 & 11YERS.
MORNING POST JOB Ob'VICIE,
The undt raigned have a large quantity of
I'YPE METAL FOR SALE.
JAMES 0 RICHEY.
Beal Estate and Bill Broker. tl5 Plfth et.
WANTED, $20,000.-TWENTY THOU
SAND &Bern of good Baldness Paper. , Apply to
JAMES C. RICENY,
5e2.2 Real Estate and BM Broker. 65 Jllifth street
FIVE IiUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS
wilt purchase a Two Stmy Frame House of 4 rooms,
cellar, etc. Lot 20 fart front ty 110 deep, situate in Ale
CHEESE. -200 boxes extra prime Cutting
Cheeao, just received and for sale by
se= - HENRY H. COLLINS.
AC t.EREL—L2S bbls No. 3 Large, just
1111_ received and for ante by
HENRY H. COLLINS.
B ONNET VELVET—rvarlet) of Bo
A MERICAN WATCII FOR RELIABLE
7110.—Them justly celebrated Watches disclaims
any part of • foreign mechanism in movement or cam ' and
Num; all ths:quaUtlas of thelest Ewiss Watches.. They
are with Lover gicipiment, equal to ' . 14;113.13, 'mid in
point of time and price;distanc,o all competition.
. "ItEIITEMAN & 312Y.RAN,
No.-42 Fifth street, near Wood,
ao2S] A gents -foi th a celebrated Am , rican Watche..
IDROOMS.--50 doa. reed and for I=
mitt • , ,
PITTSBURGH, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1858.
PROPEL' I:To i:,
Pa.:PHIL:I t 3.1.19
B. CUTHBERT & BON.
61 &arket street.
PIANOS AND MUSIC.
ACHOICE LOI OF the unequaled
STEINWAY ikF :;• V-rkl';•, • ••• ,t r. •
celvn.l; :ono .I'lhr. ,
or - t.v no.l
11 , •
%i( a . 04.7 II :, .1 :I.;, City 1, tu
-10111", TtALI it",l .. , o; 'q.:11 , 7,0 , P. 11104 are
ley .:11 dor.:.: .1 11, At :14 r . rr twill. any ' , hero, nod
urP .1 c :noel t.. utonott... lu the
cord' I'b.-yn. i.:...0rr.tr.0..1 t.y the tso.knLn
nOtcrib r-, no I wit: 1,v.1.1 at N sr Y rt prtcua
by 11 :to) , No. k 3 Fifth fit.,
er,;••.lt,r r teionval's Piottoi.
Alm.. it -- coins', t, tiro. 1.1 flat nod alto
THE SUBSCRIBERS II A CONSTANT.
LY n b Anti a a mplbLo stO..
M I L. 1 'l' A it Y () (.) I) S
ONPIEITLMI IN PLEAT we
5 W ,ALDc
re R4' YfICU WITH FULL 1 - QMPIYISTTLI etltalt 11,Yt102.
rlLli !I ND II T INU FLAGS MA DE TO ORDER
J & HON,
9/5 MARKET STRIDia
CLIARLES LIVERY - STABLE - S.--
L. 7 The uederdigno4l hau bought the lutuw .
• of thJ above Lamed Stahl,s,
f gethor with n portion of tea cztoa- . . - 1,L% .. .f,,_,>‘,1'.',,A.r,p , '
,LT.r. ve stuac o! Hordes and Carriages,
Imo the property of James Mathews, deesaned. In addition
to the e.tect. befereruen tluued, hn Mei ::i`4o aj , Jed ;11 itiunbut of
PINE HUILSES, 1111GOILS AND OA.R.ILIAC3
whkh were fhrmerly employed at hia Livery Stabled ill
Third, below Wood stuot. Ac he gives hie pmeonal ottee
tiOn to the boatutes, a couttheronen of the p ttrc,:age v: iuub
he had liithorto rt.-41 , 75 , 1 fren pattle I:5 k:JIiCIC,4I.
3 AChjb LI 6 R 1 iN
Sz.-Onorlee Livery Btablea.
Li.—A iIE,UIBII tlud any ournber ni ClAliat AGES con
sieziyopri.crirel for Ptinerala. deZi
AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES,
Always on band, and fur:aale at
null 77 Market Rtreet.
ill LOUR.- --4 t bbls. shuice su r larline 1.,r sale
by JAS. A. FETZaR,
I•N3 Vorr.: , .r Market and Winer sta.
EN'ES' SHOES AND'OAITEiRR
rt' U 11 E A P
1 rim. 17 L 4 1.71'11 rs
"WEE BLACKBERRY AND CiIERRY
BRANDY, medicinal pnrponcd, at
IL&WOWVI4 elt BROWN LErii,
in the Elianivuld
Cards, Freight Bills,
Circulars, bray Roccipta,
Bill Roads, Labels,
Railroad Receipts, Bills Le
With every other description 01 Job Printing, ese, qt.al
with promptoosii and at fair prices.
J. It. i4ELDIN,
Printer and Bintkr,
Wood street, near Vetirth.
?INDIA RUBBER .CURRY -COMBS.—The
A. beat article in one, loot received at the India Rubber
Depot, 28 and 28 St. Clair str,et.
LAR D O IL.-
ClO barrels Extra No. 1 Lard 011,
25 Nu. 2 Lard Oil, on hand and for rule,
by [rnyl3j It. C. A J. H. SAWYER.
INDIA RUBBER CORKSCREWS;
J. R. WBLUIII,
Bookseller and Btationor,
03 Wood street, near Fourth
Fcr sale by
- 0-1511..--SUO packages White Flil - T - gilmon,
and Trott, for sale by (my2T) EL U. COLLINS.
1 - NO. TirCREAR Y'S COL'D PRINTING
gp 1 by Imrlelj J. FL WELDIN
)0 bags shelled Corn received and
for vile by (Jai HENRY 11 011.1.1Nzi
riCiI)NTItY BACON.-1000 Ibs. Country
liAcon v Shouldord and Bides, roc.,-Ived t%ud for
rale by JAS. A. vkrzkii,
toyl2 Onrrido Market and Pret ate•
TUCKWILEAT FLOUR.-20 Backs Buck
wheat Slow, 60 lb sacks, Just received and for ode
MoCANDLESS, MEANS & CO.,
Ooraer Wood and Water etreeta.
11 4 LOUlt-2.5 bble. SuperAne Flour received
, a d for uale by bicoANcl.v.ss, =ANS CO,
fV33 Comet Wend and Wtiter atroetu.
MIGRANT RIFLES.-'—A most desirablo
and cheap weapon, at SOWN B TETLEY'S,
r7l 1 1 a. tea W,Pd iktrt,t.
y ARd.).—A. prime article of No. 1 Lard, in
_LA barrels and kegs, just received and for sale by
IUcCANDLEBB, MEANS A CO,
latl3 Career of Wood and Water streets.
HOUSE KEEPING ARTICLES.—
German B lver Spoons;
. Sliver Plated Spoons, (extra heavy;) -
And many eater housekeepers' articles, for sale at
eati BOWN A TETLEY, N 0.136 Wood et.
at 6 W
LA GI SS.-3 6
~,,ao c oo
no tr X. y e b a rand C) gr e( „ t il e ' l3;
HENRY U. °ONS.
NMAP OF OUR COUNTRY—Present
L and prospective—embracing the United States' and Evir
Territories, the Canada% New Brunswick, Nova Sootla and
New Moundland; also &lexica, Cuba, and too W. I. Islands,
CoutraLAmerica and - the Isthmus of 'Panama, all the New
Discoveries in the Polar Regions by Dr. sane and others,
and all the New Settlements,snd even the Counties of Han.
MS and Nebraska, each in its proper position, all on the same
Nicole, compiled from Government Surveys and other rolls.
bin sources. For sale by W. B. HAVEN,
Stationer and Paper Dealer,
au2d Corner of Market and second eta.
FOR SAL E.-24 Acres of first-class Garden
Lind, situate seven mita imp. the.oity. Improve•
meats good—dne orchard, excellent water, limestone and
coal in great abundance. Will be•sold low and on easy
terms. Agply to JAMES 0. RIOLIESI,
eo2o . Real Estate and BM 85 Fifth street-.
'IOU BEB FOR RiliNT, BY S. CUTTHBER
13iN, 51 Market street.
A smAn two otory brio= house, of tear recuir, hi:citon
end cellar, on Bleff street, Eighth ward, $4. 1 :10 Per rA•-/th,
wiar approved security.
A small hoots in liplarkett Court, $8,25 per mouth.
A good dwelling hopes is complete or: or, elevea rooms,
bath room, eta, situate on Second street.
A hetet+ of ten rooms on Third street.
A warehouse on Smithfield arraet.
A large store room on Pourth street sel4
200 box.ea Rada Soap:
- 200 '' No. 180 ully 800 p
200 '' Chemical Olive Bosp ;
" No. 1 Cin. Palm Soap, la atazo and
fur sale by MILLER. A LUCH.EIBON,
eel t Noa. 2.21
. and_223 Liberty etroet.
HERRING -10 bbls. No. 1 Pezomtio Her
ring, Jars received and for sale by -
IifcCANDLESB, !MANS Sr CO.,
Corner Wood and Water Overdo.
WESTERN LANDS of good quality, fa
mle or exchange forlkal Baste In the city
up 22 S. Cirri:Lß= k. ON. 51 Mailiet
DRIED APPLES.-150 bee. choice Dry
Applca, rix*ived and fot sale,
B. A. VELVPrq,
spa Corner Market and First street+.
1111IIFE APPLES.-500 received. this day
and for sale by ' REYMERA ANDERSON, .
ria.B9 Wood otreet,
'Vomit° St. Charles trota
GASKET BOARDS-For Packing Joints,
sold by bra' JOHNSTON & 00,
tilyrr Deelent. EtliVixvi street
J'isn.—.l so a m White Fish, Trout, Sal
eta. r rapn .1110111 Y H: L`oLLIN9.
.I"TM. -100 barrels fresh Lime Just rea'd.
4 by final - BIBBY 0. comma
APEB, WAREHOUSE: NO. M. PER
• HINE k 00., No. 128 Woad lariat, have tha largest as
',Damara. of all khids of Papers ever in this market, such as
Book and Printing Papers; , , Bag and Straw Wrapping,
Lotter; . Jliallins Paper of all adzes;
- - Cam, ' Book and BoX Board4 o
• 'Note; Envelope% ,
Timing ' - Bonnet Boa L
and Glazed Papert; Hardwaro Paper,&c.
Which we will sell at manufacture:a prices.— . i 1921 --.
bble. Onicaul for Elide by
I- , • —a, =slut;
DEPOT FOR THE SALE OF COAL OIL,
1 32 south Sitoond Streot,
Lubricating 011 for all kinds of Machinery, Binnacle or
Lamp Oil, h enparior to the beat winter fitr.:.ll ;Tor ui for
1.,%r le .11 kinds of
THOMAS" SUPERIOR PATENT IMPROVED LAMP
This lamp perforum o perf.-ct comramption of 'in I.llllokt
and erneil a. ring from the ueo of oil, to which .tlier lamps
aro baud imperfcct, thereby giving a much mon, lir..liant
flame. For rale wholesale and retail by
atil2f2md 11. LIOUREAU, Solo Agent.
-FALL FASHIONS. 4
HATTERS, HAVE RECEIVED THE
Fall styles et
RILE Ef ATE, oesammu; HATS, FRENCH SOFT HATE.
FP Li LirlT
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
Hollidaysburg, Blair County. Penn'a.,
WILL ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS
entrusted to Lila care, In the counties of Blair, Bcm•
crest, Huntingdon, Cambria, and Clearfield so9:.m
cr ~, rrc.
rjlo STRANGERS AND VISITORS TO
- THE FAIR.—SASH AND DOOR PAOTORY IN
ALLEGIIENY.-13ullders, Contractors, or others wanting
Sae, Doors, Window Fr imea, Shutters or 31ouldiege, should
call at the OGNTRAL PLANING MILLS, and examine our
superior work and finish, far with our present superior and
Sne w rking machinery we are beyond competition, and
our prices are mach below three producing an inferior ar
ticle. Call and examine for yonreelvea. Jobbing, Repair
ingoitc. piemptly attended to. J A H. T. PRICE,
Double Acting Engine, of two cylinders of 42 inch stroke
15 inches in diameter—estimated at fifty horse power each,
with an independent cut-off attache 1 to each cylinder. Side
valves with eccentric motion. One large regulator with
connections complete, and indicator attached, for time and
revolution. Main driving wheel 12 feet in diameter, of cast
iron, with Inserted Goth. Jack gear running in connection
;vita it is of cast iron w,th put teeth, feel In diameter, giving
velocity to the jack eh aft three to one of that of the en
lines. Engines rests on Iron beds 20 feet long, 2 feet high,
weighing 9000 Ms each. Main shafting connected with the
jack shaft 65 feet long, 6 inches in diameter, of wrought
Tennessee iron with stands and coupling complete. Bras ,
and babbett metal boxes; 7 large drums from 8 to 16 feet in
dia;:ieter fitted on the shale. The foundations that the en.
gloss and main line of shafting rests ou, are of. stone, and
are fitted In such a manner that they cau be moved with
the engines. Six cylinder boilers, 30 feet long, 30 inches In
diameter. Fronts, grate-bars, pipes and connections for
steam and water. Also, Faber water-gauge connected with
each boiler. Boilers are arranged in two separate sots, rrm.
nected so that- either or both can be used; one set can al
ways be kept in order. Thor Aro made of inch Tenn/-saes
I on. Iron fronts for boilers 23 feet long owl 6 feet high.
The Engine and Boilers are finished, in all their parts, in
the best workmanlike manner. They were built by E. L.
Norfolk, of Salem, Massachusetts, at a cost of about 1.15,000.
They ware used by the Government for a few months, and
proved to be superior to any in the idiasissippl Valley.
J. 41; EL YIIILLIPS
LAMPS, I,&NTERNS, LIEADLICIIITS, kC
THE LATEST STYLES OP OAPS,
gel 6 No. 121 Wood Street, Pittsburgh
J. D. LEET,
Con lral Planing !dills, Water street, betwoon Y Worn! and
Baator. Allegheny City, Pa 848
WILLIAM 11. YEATON,
No. 216 South Front Street, Philadelphia,
Agent far Henisi* St Co.'s Champagne ; DutA Co. Am
aterdam Gin; Havana and German Cigars; Wines, Bran
Wag, etc.. to Opstom House and in Store
ENGINES AND BOILI4AtS
ON THURSDAY, 14TH OF OCTOBER NEXT
WE will sell in the Navy Yard, at Mem
phis, Tennessee, the ENGINEd and BOIL KitS used
by the tioverument in the manufacture of rope.
Ono-thlrd to lull duo 15th December, 1858; cue-third 15th
June, 1859, and ono-third 15th December, 1869—notes to be
s isfactorily endorsed.
The sale will be positive and without reserve.
Win be leased at the same time, for 28 yeare, ell the Rope
Walk not heretofore dlapmed. _ .
O. B. LOCKE & CO.,
Auctioneers and Real Estate Brokora.
Gil 5 WORTH OF MUSH) FOR TWEN
TY-PINE GENTS—THE GENTLE ANNIE
MELODIST.—This little work contains all the words and
Music of the new and popular airs of the day. The selec
tion has boon made with grad care, giving only those songs
which are good and popular. All the boot songs of S. O.
Foster, are embraced In this collection. A large supply
Just received, and for sale at the B.fmlo Store of
stile 'JOHN. 11. AtllltdrOlt, 81 Wood street
~ -, THE BEST AN D mv--.-- 1! 4:4
et-,,,,-; 4 7...rt CHEAPEST VINEGAR is soli. A ve.. 1- 1 3r.....i
N . „,.. , - I —i-Sa• lag at the most extensive YIN Duly
' '".„7 — ",, EcAg .. EGAR WA.REHOUBE in the -"'"'"" t "
vtivanignie , ..i :illoct- This house now sup ik i a,,,,. 2 seet
pro IlieS and has for the last ton ;Ifl l l4lK- - :"
~ 1 .
i ~,, „•,,-: years, more than one-half of ',..r." .0 ... 1 ,,
% , ,rlmit, •LI.
4MT the Pittsburgh grocers, and -..,,,41,1 11 ,
---.,,,i-i,... ,, ,l J tho same 113 every other city in t s , -o: , ••17 ,,,
which it bas been Introduced.
A. BALLOI3, 146 Water tartlet,
onStlyclaw botwo.n 1.41311bl:101d and Groot
FIRST INTRO TOED JULY, 1849.
A. L. A_ROLIAMBAULT'S
Portable Steam foisting and Pumping Engine
On Wheels, from 3to 30 horse power. Also, Farm En
gl nes and Saw Mill Drlvers,3 to 30 horse. Engines always
on hand. Manufactory, 13th S. Hamilton Street.
110 PRINTERS.—The subscriber has now
hind, and is daily receiving, from the manatee.
to, ors, a largo assortment of Printer's Stock.
B. W. Potter's Prir.ter's Cards, from No. 1 to 7, Satin
China, FOreelain Satin Enamelled, and colored.
Card Beards, in sheets;
kieCreery's Celebrated colored Inks;
Lay ' C
Broe. " News "
Varnish and Size;
Colored Printing Paper. ;
Pamphlet Cover Paper.;
Mimed and Plated Papers, red, green and yellow ;
Steel Blue Glazed Papers, and a large asaortment plain
Note, Better, Cap, and Polio Poet, blue and white.
J. R. WELDIN,
tnyll 8:3 Wood street, near Fourth.
:C L ',±, 0 A P S.-
• 1000 boxes Rosin Soap, in lb., 2 16. and 3 lb, bars.
600 " No. 1 Palm Soaps, in lb., 2 lb. and 8 lb. ban
600 " Chemical Olive Soap, in lb. lamps.
200 " Oleino Oxide " " "
260 " German 14, 44 .4
200 Castilla " In 8 lb. bars.
60 " Para Palm " in Ib.
On hand and for sale by
J all ' B. 0. h J. FL SAWYER.
CRAWLS AND DRESS GOODS, OF
eery variety of style and quality, a large assortment
and °hear& than they can be found in the city.
0. HANSON LOVE,
oe2l No. 74 Harket etroot.
:DEAR IT IN MINI), that the East Lib
-1.1) erty Lots aro offered at such priced, and on such easy
terms, as to make a home cosily to be obtained.
Bear it in mind, that they Trout on whit, etreets, are of
envy access by railroad, and are very desirable locations for
Bear It in mind, that the plan of the lots LEI to be seen at
Jell 51 MARKET STBkIET.
OIL CLOTH CRASH-1500 yards of vari
ous patterns and widths, Just received from the fan•
tory, for sale wholesale or retail, by
J. a FL PHILLIPS.
tail 26 and 29 At. °lair er •••
ULACK AND FANCY DRESS SILKS.
4 full assortment, very cheap.
0. HANSON LOVE, formerly Lovs Brothers,
cc:2l Ho. lik o
F VERY Eaonomical Purchaser of Dress
Goode, Shawls, !Santlea, to.; also Dramatic and Sta
g o Goode, will find It to their advantage to call and exam)
our New Stock II Fall and Winter Dry Goods before purchas
tug elsewhere. 0. HANSON LOVE,
eon V' 14 3 snarly Lova. Brae.. N 4. 73 linsh.... at:
QHAWLS 1 SHAWLS I—Wool, Chenille,
Brochs, Se., both long and 'goon, the very best In the
city, and at very low prices for cash.
0. HANSON LOVE, formerly Love Bros.,
00v2.1 No. 73 Market street._
DIQUE aid — MA.RSEILLES, Fleeced, for
making 13aaques. A large assortment at
dad GEO. WHITE d a re a
SHOULD you ask me, should you wonder,
Where to buy your Bhoee and Gaiters
Gammas for your feet in springtime,
Boors with heels, and pretty Buss.
Nioe Fag= Sumas for the 'summer,
Patent Leather, Glore•lf id Mocasins
Where to buy these cheap and goat too ;
Lshoeld answer, I would tell you,
Go unto the PEOPLES' SHOE STORE.
To the Peoplae Cheap Shoo Store,
To the Store of 'IIIFIBNPACHRE,
apart No. 17 Fifth street.
DOTATOES.-50 bags for sale by
5e2.5 HENRY H. COLLINS
110iP 10. COFFEE. —5OO bags good to choice
A.AD Rio Coffee, flow landing and tar Bale by
MILLER & EICKETSON,
ael4 ' Kos. 221 and 223 Liberty street
6 bids. Lovering . ' first quality Syrup ;
2 5 AI St it
bbls. choke Golden Syrup, now landing and for
sale by • MILER k BIOICETSON,
eel' Noe, 221 and 223 Liberty street.
VIT 01L.-40 bble. Bleached Winter
V V Wbals Oil, Jot 113MIVEd and for vale by
- • killiank 111MTSON;
IRA am= grad adalibarty dxset.
THE DAILY POST.
(From dm NOW York Atlna.]
TEN YEARS AN TEN DAYS.
PHILADE L PHI A
It is the 21st of January, 1858. I have
stopped at this little wayside inn, not only
that I may dine, but that I may overlook the
town where I was born, and see my father's
house, from which I have been ten years
away. I shall stay here at this inn, a very
comfortable spot, the sign of the "Thomas
Jefferson,"until to-morrow, and think over
all the events which have made me an exile
for such 'a period, and what has occurred
Ten years ago I stopped at this house for a
drink of water. I was then a pardoned crim
inal, going forth to find a new name and a
new home among a new people.
And I have found thBm. To-day lam re
turning. It is only ten years, but by the will
of Heaven, I return rich, and with a good po•
sition in the home that I have left.
I look out now from this window, and be.
low me (for the inn stands much higher than
the town) is my father's house. It is, per
haps, six miles away. Farther still, on the
right, there is a low, gray, stone building with
grated windows ; that is the county jail. In
that building, ten years ago, I was confined
two months, awaiting my trial for forgery.—
From that building I was conveyed to court,
where I was convicted. In consequence of
the respectability of my father, who had re
paid all the forged notes himself, and my for
mer good character, the Governor granted me
I will tell all the circumstances connected
My brother,W ilson Amer, and myself, Rob's
ert Amer, were clerks in the store of Allen
& Graham, that large drab colored building
away on the wharf, about one mile below my
father's house. That group of vessels in the
river belong to Allen & Graham, and they
still continue their business, I am told, pros
perously, on the same spot.
My brother Wilson was four years older
than myself. We were my father's only chil-
dren ; my mother had been dead since I was
three years old. I loved my brother Wilson,
I loved him better than any other thing upon
the earth, until I saw Eunice Manly, and then
I loved her beyond all the world, beyond my
brother, beyond myself, and, I fear, beyond
Yes, I say this because I soon found that
Eunice Manly loved my brother Wilson bet
ter than she loved myself, and then I hated
my brother Wilson, and for many weeks I
could have slain him, but for a fear of discov
ery. In all these dark weeks I was a mur
derer at heart. I wanted only the opportunii,
ty to become one iu reality. During this pe
lied 1 think Eunice Manly feared me. She
never would allow me the chance of speaking
with her alone. She would not walk with me,
or, indeed, enter into any lengthened conver
sation. I believe Eunice Manly read my heart
and feared me.
Then, one day, ae I eat over my desk, I
thought of all this, and looking upon it even
in the light of policy, I thought how foolish
it was for me to sacrifice my hopes in this
way, Then I determined to be as kind and
as courteous as I was now spiteful and rude ;
and, perhaps, by this means, I might yet win
her affections, and displace my brother.
Again, for weeks, I carried out my plan.--
My brother met my kindness more than half
way ; but I could still see there was distrust
with Eunice. I labored long and diligently
to win some show from her, and at last, be ,
lieving I had impressed her(more from my
own observation of the tact that between Eti. ,
nice and my brother there did not seem to be
so much intimacy as there had been, than
from any encouragement she gave me,) I de
termined to avow myself and hear her an
It was a very beautiful evening in May—
Eunice would now talk with!me—and we were
walking just down by the river, where the
Lombardy poplars line its panks. I believe
Eunice had a presentiment of something
coming—from my silence, perhaps. Several
times I proposed to sit, but she said " no."
I offered to take her hand, but it was quickly
withdrawn, but not so quick but I could feel
the tremor. I had determined to speak that
night, and I must speak, or die. At last I
" Eunice—Eunice Manly, I would speak
She turned her pale face round full in the
moonlight—and her face was white, without
the aid of tho moon.
"Well, Robert, I am here. Why do you
not speak ?"
It was the first time she had called me
Robert, and my heart caught at the sound as
a dying man clutches at a hope of life.
" Eunice," I faltered, " for a long time
back, I have acted very badly, but believe me,
Eunice, it was prompted by no ill feeling,
either toward my brother or yourself."
" It is all forgiven and forgotten, Robert."
" Yes, Eunice, I confess to you that I did
hate my brother Wilson. I hated him be'
cause I thought you loved him."
She stopped and laid her hand in mine.
And why," she said, "should you hate
your brother because I loved hate
"Eunice, I loved you myself !" " Yes
Eunice, loved you better than life. I have
loved you silently, I have lived upon my love
and now, tonight, Eunice, I have brought
you here to declare it."
"Let us go home," she said, walking away
" No, not until you hear me Eunice, I love
you ; you must say that you return my love,
or lam lost. You are my first dream of life.
Hear me. Say that you love me—that you
will marry me?"
" Oh, Robert Amer !" she sobbed, why
is this ? Do you not know that I am to marry
your brcther ? Do you not know that we ar
to be married in a month ?"
I have read somewhere in the memoirs of a
State prisoner who was confined for sevens
teen years, during which time, he heard the
sound of human voice but once, then it was
the door of the dungeon opened, and these
words came out of the darkness—the speaker
he could not see :
"By order of His Majesty, the Emperor, I
am commanded to inform you that on this
day one year ago, your wife died 2"
The door had been opened, and this great
sorrow flung in to him, and again all was si
lence and darkness.
I was that prisoner—Eunice Manly the
voice coming out of the darkness.
In that one little moment how many years
I lived ? Those words rang in my ears, not
only as the doom of my body—they rang as
the doom of my soul I I caught both:the hands
of Eunice Manly in. my own. I looked into
her face. I cannot believe there was anything
in my countenance that night but a demon.
I looked up to the stars, and out upon the
water tripling in the moonlight, and there
came a whisper to me:
" Why not---why not kill her here upon the
sand ? No eye sees you, Robert Amer I Will
you resign to your brother more than your
And then the stars, and the trees, and the
waters danced, and shouted, and blended into
one dark mass, and Eunice Manly loomed
above all as a great angel, her head sweeping
the sky, and the next I, know, I was lying
on my back on, the sand, and I held my hands
up to the moonlight, and they were cove
ered with bloc& Then it all came baok, and
I shrieked, "Eunice," and raised my head
expecting to Bee her lying dead by my side.
She was coming towards me from the
water's edge, and sprang a 4 I called her quick%
er and knelt by my side. She had wet her
A TALE OF EXPIATION
ha . ndkerchief, and now pressed it upon my
forehead, as she drew my upon her arm.
Ohl the heaven of 11:P ;,,.,:rent! The joy
in the knowledge that I t a Murderer :
that I had nut ki;k,. r. And there was
she, kneeling beside head restine
against her hart, ever t , +t, of whi c h I „ mg
hear. There was but one wish then in my
mind. It was that ~ime power would so sot
upon us that we might remain thus forever.
I would not speak, lest she might think that
I had recovered, and withdraw her arm. Bat
soon she had addressed niti, and told me how
I had fainted and fell ; ho* in f:Clling, I had
struck upon a stone, cueing myself on the
head—the blood upon tn:ti hands came from
this—how she had canon ;t - or help, but none
came , and then I arose,jand we walked to
ward home—Euni,2e it was who talked.
[TO BE D .ll
.i1„0.:' .- i'D.).',.‘ , ; i1A..1,1,-1":
1 - IAILY SALES A r
At the new''
street, every week
variety, suited toy
stock which is ooi
moats, that must
Dry Goode end futwy n-••=rly everything
needed in the line for pv..-aogel a.4d ude: table cut
lery; hardware; clothing; booty raid 'lbw; ladies ware.
&c. AT 11(Ye.11,00.3., Id. M.,
Lioneehold 11,1 kitchan tcsr.ilture,triew and ecamd-hand;
bode and bedding; cnriret=; elegant:Arca gic , n 9 CI:17/a ware:
,Lover; cookin..; atenalig;
Li 7 C'tlif.rjr,,,
fancy artiolea ; sw.t.ch:743 • No(4••••• • i ”try
11101U41; gang ; Lir 3 • /. • :
ntatlouory, Ltc. ' DA AUCt
I3RICK DV t .1. t t.l CTS S AND
LOTS IN WAI.a) AT C.:ICITfOIf.—On
TtiatiflDAY uctob r It t 7 o'cicak,.at tha
Comma:alai Pet :+ o•orn .I.lair otccet, will tx., told,
that largo and v.tlu.b..J I.c of grontA h - av ng a front at 71
t6,3t on l'ennaylv , ,- ;Rauts near 'ar , o INset, And 82-
tending back t •: t .o ea a inv aide. i.,n which Ia
erecred two "sell 0o Stl,lgs, two El ..c.rl.e high,
and other hail loge. aim., La' la at gr,AILd titanic at
the c a-ner of ilacton a ecu=t itreet, having a front of
20 feet on 'Marion alrti-s sad ba.ok. niong Locust
Street, 103 foot 6 , A .-. hip A C`10 , 3t44.1 two brick
taccematit4 TitCa '
RASTEK:i 13.0 I.<
On FRIDAY - ?.. , 0.112 ,
front of the t
oneene nay, wit, ha solo, ,ngtp!, tY , ~a,a ..tal ion Morgan
6trang• r, 15 1 ,4 high, ...nil:, wan anted nonad,
and trots in owe puz. e 6 yearn old, 14%
.. ‘1 t.a tr. hara , as, an Cx.
celtent o t ..• • tA diploma waa
awarded at the ytar old a .nd colt,
silver tail. 15 . 1 ; 6 In to and actioa, and to
which a prem,um , 1,1 , 1 H e r.et • , ate Fair. The
horses ,:at, uoa , ;k, - f .the Scott
A, GRIST I,
_pee_ tgl ttu, imsE.
Etc., Etc., all In go.:
two lota of poor,
mold uu vory easy
. EL41:1!0 and
.. . ,;• u•gt1,.13.1 Will be
. ,ilb • H f ffi 80N,
LAWRENCi.; 'J."! ';DS WANT
ED, in oz.char,R ,
ASTEAM :111 LI, it ...4niBte running or
der, with ti uhar tho City, fur
13a10 by a Si , he
24 M .rkot titreet
otl 1 0 Li' '1 11.!5 ;. i T . l'e r , • uttiA Liestroue
or ru:ndi - ..", nut•l , , . ..-..... t .....-sr. pritchn;at ewe frame
er.rediag bout., plo., 4., I. , ~ . „y .
e,: ~,, ur,...nut trept,Law.
rouceville, cacti 1,,,c.r 4. • .tt n ... rj;:-.9 .sod t,utlar, a garden
of fruita, tlowerd and . , rublin•rt i Al in cdtnplota unter.
Will be cold Inguthua, ... i 5.,..: .:........:tt? ~..... t•c•t placbasers.
Apply to t , . ct - 1: LI i'..e T ,t tiON,
attft i 41 Varkett otmat.
ONLY $750 fur
room!, klriv• (.I
ant.ly oiratatod ir. ,oath
sold on imp turuu, 1),
TO LET five .0 Lig i.oti
6. 6u rii 13Efti :t FON,
LOOK AT I.lut:S!.Eb. - No. 17 Scott
street., hours of $1.503.
No. 56 Mar,mi 5.,.] •• ' for VIMU.
l'eu. 31 C.:ark ntrt , ...L, :war ,ioy, for 1.1200.
For srdo by1;1 r 20N,
FAILLLY RESII)ENOP F()F1 SALE-A
valuable prop , rty c , I_u .t. 3 tlovillgtoll
Lawroncevnle, by ide Qu eitreet to Cherry
alley, Brick ',welling Hoare rif ~•.1 arnzaged,batti
room, porch, well 01 water az.,l pump, stable and coal house,
kitchen range, etc. The reons, nee painted and pa
pered, shade and fruit tre.e, e^,i, variety ut
flowers, etc.; good p lIuG :bncc *Eno ab ~Gera a good
opportunity t bay a c inpo , t! , 'oak; realderece.
Price low, and termi acenreta„d,u d.
ac.AI Age OA
M Alartiet street.
VALUABLE R S Dr: C} FOR SALE.—
A two Hu - my brick doodling il,nso, u itn lot of G 6 foot
front on Cliff street, by Lei deep 77 , esk n.r.st, fruit and
shade tries, g-rapq &rho , . thwe ' garden 3 ,
hones is well arreuged, 1 - 114 p.tricr with maildo
mantle, dining room, library rL, ..achoa and penitry,
I.lvo bed chumbera, bath r.xan, it . t; o u e 11:.,:1141 to fire
places and pa:eut .ir c 11u•-•, .cau rut... 6. porticooil,
large collar to five kit ftif,g ,
a t o p oas ,,,, R i on cant.", he.:_ For or pi 4 ,l•:tl and terms call at Oar
office. . 071' a3 .ii SUN,
oc2 o t !tsar .et atm , .
AOR RENT --A birge
a fin,, front on Tonne! ztte, -
s6oi IN EA.SY WILL
bor o ry iu Allesklellß
1,),...1:18N1LT it Sun,
GL 7 4 1.1rhtt atroo.'
4 iOE. S AI.E . L , -.:] VE 1;I 'I Ti_IUU6AND
ACRES of chci d Frailli, ,I.lli r111) . ...111 Laud, situated
in Northern 10.. a and ~.-: :h r., hi '. .i... , .CS. ,tabracatgths
finest lot r.t !arming lentil 1 ie ,, e. -- tiercd in thi3 iith.rXot., ea
they aro 44.1 aa, ,
. ) 7
a:od Coavan 7 . ..1.7.!12, Towt.e. and linos cf
Railroad. Parcphiort cchrunin , lniOrn!atem of ValLa to
emigrants and oetalog - ii-a iw h.,1 kw:tow, (h-ccriptiou cnd
price of the land,
with a t.,2'...* , ::.4, ,, Z , ri: Of Z.bl7 rountice. lu
which they are lorctc. ca.. . , iaci r ,_. appiteittica at our
office, and they wiii t. , et. , , i .c. 0......, la•reune [landing
us their addrca.a. v. i i,... i
: i.. .1 ,:IZl.6ii ti. 00.,
htiyaltti 3..... , ' r..i,aii, g, Pia. ro',. Paurtil rtreet-
TEN DOLLARS IN
Building Lot of
Price,sloo--$lO hind. ,ot of 6U.1.100 fe.q. Ica
payments to suit purcliaroi •
12 ACRES of Land colda comfortable
EonlBa, 61112 , :te, neAr r's,lJiniczna Turtapite, raL
about 3 tuil.3 tom i o;sy terra,.
Je23 51 Maritet strot.t.
ALOT Ok! OitO UN 0 in i , ',113t Liberty, near
Lbo it,aro3d nterto mid for
s27b, ono•fourth tt hattd..,4 - ATublOr st r. ,
1 - 30 of for , half in
4.0 tkaa , l oud thu bal.:turd ICI olio gear, in Vi.. -
countY, Pa , nos Cout.r , - , 4l'e; Thu soil 14
good, and tiffib,r of b,,,t quality4f..r by
)Y 2O CU ill 3c, t'r 4 ;•Rill, tl Vim - tot at.
(NLY t;750 Fat t A— WO STOLIX Dwel
ling House, ibur wittr lot or ground 50 rapt
front. on lAcntsr,- . 7 st , t.t oy 1.10 devi) to as
alloy. Trnrius, s't to band. halr.ncr• sad !lips
year!, ;.. .t i )'
6ovld 01 if ntrvat
THE SIZE of till; 4hc,9,r, Building ota
for eale by S. CO' Jv . .IA. ts,r
Uinta - lon—Near the raiiroa Sat 1, "' 61 %Y•
Price from V 75 Io s4ou es, b,
Tertne—Onelearth 1.311 c, , ;', , rnatudor 1 4 4 ii - s yet:a crett.
The Plan can be seen ut Lb. 'teal Estst, li c 0 61 Market
No.( ICE. -T 1114'4 E t; Eli) AvE
this I rrnol tCo ( u.der the style
and firm of NI,OLoMF..?;I;, C o], a 3 cicdttra
in Coal, in the caks of Pli LI .6a Nov: O. lolras.
Grasin A . 4.3 2./ atz= arf.SLI.
J )7d N rtice LOS REY.
1 Nl:e' Ugh :Y
N fi. 00.3-41..1..V8.
ACIIANCE FOR ALL.—Go to NG. 17
Fifth street, awl boy 3•Or.r Eh-o+4 fivai a largo mad
welt setected Kock.
Ledii' Wear. Gent'a Wear.
French Mapco) Baatri, French 0:111 &KU,
Sip Congfase Boots, • . 7411) BDOV4
Mor. ' " • e•if uniters,
Lmting Gaiters, Rip 33regana,
Buskins and Kilmer& -Leavy " . •
Remember, at the Pooplo'a Rhos store.
aells ' Di Fiitcl RACIRER ett 00.
350 bags Rio Coifbe;
25 pockets Java do.;
50 bbis. N. C. Tar
-25 " No. 3 s.lriket4;
10 Ws No.l do r
5 bbls. No 1 , do
100 half eta-ma T. 11 Ito.;
" ". FPacki do:
10 " Gunpcmder do;
100 boxes Tobacco, various tivandri
100 kegs Bi Cl.rb 4da, Just la.adir4 and Ver s atile by
9.- sygs 051IT11 CO.
ERRING-30 bble. Herring received -xi,
far mu. by fa.9l COWAN&
rPRICKSAN'p TRAl s ,S—Price 10 c:nts.
Buy a copy an o keep, out of hot water. For sale by
E. g. JWSZINB
11.4 4 1ranti D•rat, APPebeny CP3'.
DIG LEAD—ait for ealB by
es& WRY R. couitiall
'4 FIFTH ST.,
ewe ha all
, from a large
;1 V z3.....cu0:10,..041,r
Et 01 stones and
- 4i;:knt. st
liwetling; douse of four
~ t? .oi of Mount
iirc.ot, xlll bo
n. .101' y -it I_ , ON
u 1 grutin:i having
;1, /I *oNo
r mit prtrchazor.
U FliT tr. SON,
151 „liarlcut atrat-